[French dy-ple-see-mawr-ney] /French dü plɛ si mɔrˈneɪ/
[fee-leep] /fiˈlip/ (Show IPA), .
a variant of (Philippe de) Mornay
noun, Prosody. 1. a rhythmic pattern created by a succession of disyllabic feet.
[dy-pleks] /düˈplɛks/ noun 1. Joseph François [zhoh-zef frahn-swa] /ʒoʊˈzɛf frɑ̃ˈswa/ (Show IPA), Marquis, 1697–1763, French colonial governor of India 1724–54. /French dyplɛks/ noun 1. Marquis Joseph François (ʒozɛf frɑ̃swa). 1697–1763, French governor general in India (1742–54). His plan to establish a French empire in India was frustrated by Clive
- Dust down
verb (transitive, adverb) 1. to remove dust from by brushing or wiping 2. to reprimand severely
[duhst] /dʌst/ noun 1. earth or other matter in fine, dry particles. 2. a cloud of finely powdered earth or other matter in the air. 3. any finely powdered substance, as sawdust. 4. the ground; the earth’s surface. 5. the substance to which something, as the dead human body, is ultimately reduced by disintegration or […]