Language Quiz / Add a 'D' to the Beginning

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Can you name the words that fit either of the given clues, where one of the words has a 'D' added to the beginning?

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Clue without DWordClue with D
Natural flowing watercourseOne in charge of a vehicle; type of golf club
Light or breezyWhere milk is processed
Belonging to usGloomy, sullen or grim
Place for skatingTo consume a liquid
Greasy or slickSmall decorative mat, often made of lace
A stake put up by a player in poker and similar games before receiving cardsItalian poet Alighieri, author of 'Divine Comedy'
To evade a searchTo mislead one's mind or judgment; deceive
Medium to dark yellowish brownLess intelligent than
To drive or force by impact; male sheepA small drink of whiskey or other spirits
A Native American tribe now based in OklahomaThe appropriate amount of a medication
Healthy; deep hole from which liquids may be drawnTo live at, reside; to linger
Parent's sisterTo lessen the courage of, intimidate
Clue without DWordClue with D
Betsy or DianaWaste or foreign matter
Liquor distilled from sugar cane or molassesPercussion instrument with taut membrane stretched over hoop
Garden implement, useful in collecting leavesMale duck
To annoy or irritateA short dagger; actor Bogarde
An extension at right angles to a buildingA small valley, usually among trees
The residue of a burned objectIn cooking, a small quantity
Colloquial term for an official who enforces rules of a sportTo get rid of unceremoniously; a place where refuse is stored
Portray emotion in a theatrical mannerTo reduce the rank or position of an employee
34th US President's nicknameA ditch or watercourse; levee
Griffith, Kaufman, or RaggedySwell, peachy, or nifty
To view and understand written languageAnticipate with great apprehension or fear
Solid waterSpotted cubes used in games

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