English word senses marked with topical category "Buildings and structures"
dojang - down the banks (13 senses)
- dojang (Noun) A hall where people train in Korean martial arts.
- dolphinarium (Noun) An aquarium that houses dolphins.
- don't drop the soap (Proverb) Used as a mockery to someone who is about to be or should be confined in prison.
- doo-doo (Noun) Excrement.
- doo-doo (Noun) Difficulty; trouble.
- doocot (Noun) dovecote
- doody (Noun) Excrement, poop.
- doody (Verb) To defecate, poop.
- dookie (Noun) Baptist
- dookie (Noun) swimming costume, bathing suit
- dookie (Noun) feces
- dookie (Adjective) (derivation from earlier and more common use of noun) describing gold jewelry which is thick in circumference (often to excessiveness), reminiscent of the thickness of feces
- dorm (Noun) Clipping of dormitory.
- dorm (Verb) To reside in a dorm.
- dormitory (Noun) A room containing a number of beds (and often some other furniture and/or utilities) for sleeping, often applied to student and backpacker accommodation of this kind.
- dormitory (Noun) A building or part of a building which houses students, soldiers, monks etc. who sleep there and use communal further facilities.
- dormitory (Noun) A dormitory town.
- double room (Noun) A room, especially in a hotel, that is designed for two people and has two single beds (sometimes called a twin room) or one double bed.
- dovecote (Noun) A small house or box, raised to a considerable height above the ground, and having compartments, in which domestic pigeons breed; a dove house.
- dovecote (Noun) In medieval Europe, a round or square structure of stone or wood, free-standing or built into a tower, in which pigeons were kept.
- dovehouse (Noun) A dovecote.
- down the banks (Noun) a severe criticism, scolding, reprimand, or punishment
- down the banks (Prepositional phrase) in prison
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