[ dee-kin ]
/ ˈdi kɪn /
Alfred, 1856–1919, Australian statesman: prime minister 1903–04; 1905–08; 1909–10.
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Words nearby Deakin
, deaf without speech
, deal breaker
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How to use Deakin in a sentence
In Melbourne, Mr. Deakin's fluency of speech impressed me considerably.
That specticle of the deakin cost me consid'able, but it was more'n wuth it.
I'm lookin' forrered to where the deakin comes in, but you jest tell it your own way.
I s'pose if you don't want to let on you won't, but I do believe you've ben playin' some trick on the deakin, an' won't own up.
British Dictionary definitions for Deakin
Alfred. 1856–1919, Australian statesman. He was a leader of the movement for Australian federation; prime minister of Australia (1903–04; 1905–08; 1909–10)
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