[doo-loh-sis, dyoo-] /duˈloʊ sɪs, dyu-/
the enslavement of an ant colony or its members by ants of a different species.
a practice of some ants, in which one species forces members of a different species to do the work of the colony Also called helotism
[duhls] /dʌls/ noun 1. a coarse, edible, red seaweed, Rhodymenia palmata. /dʌls/ noun 1. any of several seaweeds, esp Rhodymenia palmata, that occur on rocks and have large red edible fronds
[duh-looth; for 1 also French dy-lyt] /dəˈluθ; for 1 also French düˈlüt/ noun 1. Daniel Greysolon [da-nyel gre-saw-lawn] /daˈnyɛl grɛ sɔˈlɔ̃/ (Show IPA), Sieur, 1636–1710, French trader and explorer in Canada and Great Lakes region. 2. a port in E Minnesota, on Lake Superior. /dəˈluːθ/ noun 1. a port in E Minnesota, at the W […]
/ˈdʌlɪtʃ/ noun 1. a residential district in the Greater London borough of Southwark: site of an art gallery and the public school, Dulwich College
[doo-lee, dyoo-] /ˈdu li, ˈdyu-/ adverb 1. in a due manner; properly; fittingly. 2. in due season; punctually. /ˈdjuːlɪ/ adverb 1. in a proper or fitting manner 2. at the proper time; punctually adj. late 14c., duweliche “rightly, properly,” from dewe “due” (see due) + -liche (see -ly (2)).