Other definitions for Ds (2 of 6)
Other definitions for DS (3 of 6)
dear/darling son (used, especially by women, in digital communications to refer to one's son): DS has no friends in school.
Other definitions for d.s. (4 of 6)
Commerce. days after sight.: Also D/S
Other definitions for D.S. (5 of 6)
Music. from the sign.
Other definitions for D.S. (6 of 6)
Doctor of Science.
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How to use ds in a sentence
Air ye're hungry enough to give up them G-d d d s—s of b——s yet?Andersonville, Volume 4 | John McElroy
The detector is then over-lifted by the stud D S, and a spring catch falls into a notch at the rear.How it Works | Archibald Williams
The D—s had a tent and an awning, one for food and the other for drink, on the ground where the shooting took place.Letters from the Cape | Lady Duff Gordon
When do the persecuted c-h-e-i-l-d-s return to their agonized and heart-broken parents?The River Motor Boat Boys on the Mississippi | Harry Gordon
If I remember correctly, he said, 'And there are the birds—b-i-r-d-s, birds.'The Seed of the Toc-Toc Birds | Francis Flagg
British Dictionary definitions for DS
Also: ds music dal segno
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Scientific definitions for Ds
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