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Dantesʹque (2 syl.)

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Dante-like—that is, a minute life-like representation of the infernal horrors, whether by words, as in the poet, or in visible form, as in Doré’s illustrations of the Inferno.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Dandyism
Dane’s Skin (A)
Dangle
Daniel Lambert
Danism
Dannebrog or Danebrog
Dannocks
Danse
Dansker
Dante and Beatrice
Dantesque
Daphnaida
Daphne
Daphnis
Dapper
Dapple
Darbies
Darby and Joan
Darbyites
Darics (or) Stateres Darici
Dariolet, Dariolette (French)