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Dard

[dahrd] /dɑrd/
noun
1.
Also, Dardic. a group of Indic languages spoken in Kashmir, northern Pakistan, and eastern Afghanistan, and including Kashmiri.
2.
a member of the peoples who speak these languages.
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  • When Dard could eat no more, he proceeded to drink; and to talk in proportion.

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  • "I was just talking of you, Jacintha," quavered Dard in conclusion.

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  • "Dard is a fool," suggested Riviere, by way of general solution.

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  • Dard used to wheel his wheelbarrow into the tree at a trot, and there leave it.

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  • But by and by they left Dard and strolled towards the other end of the park.

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  • He bounded over the hedge, and there was Dard hanging over his axe, moaning.

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  • "Ye must not do that," said Dard with all the energy he was capable of in his present condition.

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  • Rose raised the coat which Riviere, in spite of Dard, had flung over his foot.

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  • Dard's grandmother had a little house, a little land, a little money, and a little cow.

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  • And Dard, who had boiled with anger yesterday, was now sad and despondent.

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British Dictionary definitions for Dard

Dard

/dɑːd/
noun
1.
a member of any of the Indo-European peoples speaking a Dardic language
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