1. Doctor of Education.

Words Nearby D.Ed.

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How to use D.Ed. in a sentence

  • I'se done sung all day for his mussy in lettin' me heer from lil Miss Dory onc't mo' an' 'noin' she ain't ded as I feared she was.

    The Cromptons | Mary J. Holmes
  • The date palm may be connoted with the ded pillar, and the triple-fronded date of Myken with the trindod or drindod of Britain.

    Archaic England | Harold Bayley
  • Then I sed, 'twud bee sum time 'fore thet war dun, an' the 'oman's 'most ded an uv no use now; 'what'll ye hire har tur me fur.'

  • She never held her hed up arter she heerd 'Masser Davy' war ded, fur she sot har vary life on him.

  • Don't ax fool questions white man; cum rite erlong, dis heer rit bleeges me to tak yu ded er live.

    The Broken Sword | Dennison Worthington

British Dictionary definitions for Ded


/ (dɛd) /

  1. (in the Russian army) a soldier who has served two or three years

Origin of Ded

Russian ded grandfather

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