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From synhers...@apache.org
Subject [8/9] PORTED KStemmer and KStemFilter
Date Tue, 03 Dec 2013 21:41:11 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/lucenenet/blob/1a18965e/src/contrib/Analyzers/En/KStemData2.cs
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+/*
+Copyright © 2003,
+Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval,
+University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
+are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
+list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
+this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
+and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+
+3. The names "Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval" and
+"University of Massachusetts" must not be used to endorse or promote products
+derived from this software without prior written permission. To obtain
+permission, contact info@ciir.cs.umass.edu.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AND OTHER CONTRIBUTORS
+"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
+THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
+LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
+CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
+GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+SUCH DAMAGE.
+*/
+/* This is a C# version of Bob Krovetz' KStem.
+ *
+ * Ported from the Java version by Sergio Guzman-Lara.
+ * CIIR-UMass Amherst http://ciir.cs.umass.edu
+ */
+using System;
+
+namespace Lucene.Net.Analysis.En
+{
+    /** A list of words used by Kstem
+     */
+    internal class KStemData2
+    {
+        private KStemData2()
+        {
+        }
+
+        internal readonly static String[] data =
+            {
+                "cash", "cashew", "cashier", "cashmere", "casing",
+                "casino", "cask", "casket", "casque", "cassava",
+                "casserole", "cassette", "cassock", "cassowary", "cast",
+                "castanets", "castaway", "castellated", "caster", "castigate",
+                "casting", "castle", "castor", "castrate", "casual",
+                "casualty", "casuist", "casuistry", "cat", "cataclysm",
+                "catacomb", "catafalque", "catalepsy", "catalog", "catalogue",
+                "catalpa", "catalysis", "catalyst", "catamaran", "catapult",
+                "cataract", "catarrh", "catastrophe", "catatonic", "catcall",
+                "catch", "catcher", "catching", "catchpenny", "catchphrase",
+                "catchword", "catchy", "catechise", "catechism", "catechize",
+                "categorical", "categorise", "categorize", "category", "cater",
+                "caterer", "caterpillar", "caterwaul", "catfish", "catgut",
+                "catharsis", "cathartic", "cathedral", "catheter", "cathode",
+                "catholic", "catholicism", "catholicity", "catkin", "catnap",
+                "catnip", "catsup", "cattle", "catty", "catwalk",
+                "caucus", "caudal", "caught", "caul", "cauldron",
+                "cauliflower", "caulk", "causal", "causality", "causation",
+                "causative", "cause", "causeless", "causeway", "caustic",
+                "cauterise", "cauterize", "caution", "cautionary", "cautious",
+                "cavalcade", "cavalier", "cavalry", "cavalryman", "cave",
+                "caveat", "caveman", "cavern", "cavernous", "caviar",
+                "caviare", "cavil", "cavity", "cavort", "cavy",
+                "caw", "cay", "cayman", "cease", "ceaseless",
+                "cedar", "cede", "cedilla", "ceiling", "celandine",
+                "celebrant", "celebrate", "celebrated", "celebration", "celebrity",
+                "celerity", "celery", "celestial", "celibacy", "celibate",
+                "cell", "cellar", "cellarage", "cellist", "cello",
+                "cellophane", "cellular", "celluloid", "cellulose", "celsius",
+                "celtic", "cement", "cemetery", "cenotaph", "censor",
+                "censorious", "censorship", "censure", "census", "cent",
+                "centaur", "centavo", "centenarian", "centenary", "centennial",
+                "center", "centerboard", "centerpiece", "centigrade", "centigram",
+                "centigramme", "centime", "centimeter", "centimetre", "centipede",
+                "central", "centralise", "centralism", "centralize", "centre",
+                "centreboard", "centrepiece", "centrifugal", "centrifuge", "centripetal",
+                "centrist", "centurion", "century", "cephalic", "ceramic",
+                "ceramics", "cereal", "cerebellum", "cerebral", "cerebration",
+                "cerebrum", "ceremonial", "ceremonious", "ceremony", "cerise",
+                "cert", "certain", "certainly", "certainty", "certifiable",
+                "certificate", "certificated", "certify", "certitude", "cerulean",
+                "cervical", "cervix", "cessation", "cession", "cesspit",
+                "cetacean", "chablis", "chaconne", "chafe", "chaff",
+                "chaffinch", "chagrin", "chain", "chair", "chairman",
+                "chairmanship", "chairperson", "chairwoman", "chaise", "chalet",
+                "chalice", "chalk", "chalky", "challenge", "challenging",
+                "chamber", "chamberlain", "chambermaid", "chambers", "chameleon",
+                "chamiomile", "chamois", "chamomile", "champ", "champagne",
+                "champaign", "champion", "championship", "chance", "chancel",
+                "chancellery", "chancellor", "chancery", "chancy", "chandelier",
+                "chandler", "change", "changeable", "changeless", "changeling",
+                "changeover", "channel", "chant", "chanterelle", "chanticleer",
+                "chantry", "chanty", "chaos", "chaotic", "chap",
+                "chapel", "chapelgoer", "chaperon", "chaperone", "chapfallen",
+                "chaplain", "chaplaincy", "chaplet", "chaps", "chapter",
+                "char", "charabanc", "character", "characterise", "characteristic",
+                "characterization", "characterize", "characterless", "charade", "charades",
+                "charcoal", "chard", "charge", "chargeable", "charged",
+                "charger", "chariot", "charioteer", "charisma", "charismatic",
+                "charitable", "charity", "charlady", "charlatan", "charleston",
+                "charlock", "charlotte", "charm", "charmer", "charming",
+                "chart", "charter", "chartreuse", "charwoman", "chary",
+                "charybdis", "chase", "chaser", "chasm", "chassis",
+                "chaste", "chasten", "chastise", "chastisement", "chastity",
+                "chasuble", "chat", "chatelaine", "chattel", "chatter",
+                "chatterbox", "chatty", "chauffeur", "chauvinism", "chauvinist",
+                "cheap", "cheapen", "cheapskate", "cheat", "check",
+                "checkbook", "checked", "checker", "checkerboard", "checkers",
+                "checklist", "checkmate", "checkoff", "checkout", "checkpoint",
+                "checkrail", "checkrein", "checkroom", "checkup", "cheddar",
+                "cheek", "cheekbone", "cheeky", "cheep", "cheer",
+                "cheerful", "cheering", "cheerio", "cheerleader", "cheerless",
+                "cheers", "cheery", "cheese", "cheesecake", "cheesecloth",
+                "cheeseparing", "cheetah", "chef", "chem", "chemical",
+                "chemise", "chemist", "chemistry", "chemotherapy", "chenille",
+                "cheque", "chequebook", "chequer", "cherish", "cheroot",
+                "cherry", "cherub", "chervil", "chess", "chessboard",
+                "chessman", "chest", "chesterfield", "chestnut", "chesty",
+                "chevalier", "chevron", "chevvy", "chevy", "chew",
+                "chi", "chianti", "chiaroscuro", "chic", "chicanery",
+                "chicano", "chichi", "chick", "chicken", "chickenfeed",
+                "chickenhearted", "chickpea", "chickweed", "chicle", "chicory",
+                "chide", "chief", "chiefly", "chieftain", "chieftainship",
+                "chiffon", "chiffonier", "chiffonnier", "chigger", "chignon",
+                "chihuahua", "chilblain", "child", "childbearing", "childbirth",
+                "childhood", "childish", "childlike", "chile", "chill",
+                "chiller", "chilli", "chilly", "chimaera", "chime",
+                "chimera", "chimerical", "chimney", "chimneybreast", "chimneypiece",
+                "chimneypot", "chimneystack", "chimneysweep", "chimpanzee", "chin",
+                "china", "chinatown", "chinaware", "chinchilla", "chine",
+                "chink", "chinless", "chinook", "chinstrap", "chintz",
+                "chinwag", "chip", "chipboard", "chipmunk", "chippendale",
+                "chipping", "chippy", "chiromancy", "chiropody", "chiropractic",
+                "chirp", "chirpy", "chisel", "chiseler", "chiseller",
+                "chit", "chitchat", "chivalrous", "chivalry", "chive",
+                "chivvy", "chivy", "chloride", "chlorinate", "chlorine",
+                "chloroform", "chlorophyll", "chock", "chocolate", "choice",
+                "choir", "choirboy", "choirmaster", "choke", "choker",
+                "chokey", "choky", "choler", "cholera", "choleric",
+                "cholesterol", "chomp", "choose", "choosey", "choosy",
+                "chop", "chopfallen", "chophouse", "chopper", "choppers",
+                "choppy", "chopstick", "choral", "chorale", "chord",
+                "chore", "choreographer", "choreography", "chorine", "chorister",
+                "chortle", "chorus", "chose", "chosen", "chow",
+                "chowder", "christ", "christen", "christendom", "christening",
+                "christian", "christianity", "christlike", "christmastime", "chromatic",
+                "chrome", "chromium", "chromosome", "chronic", "chronicle",
+                "chronograph", "chronological", "chronology", "chronometer", "chrysalis",
+                "chrysanthemum", "chub", "chubby", "chuck", "chuckle",
+                "chug", "chukker", "chum", "chummy", "chump",
+                "chunk", "chunky", "church", "churchgoer", "churching",
+                "churchwarden", "churchyard", "churl", "churlish", "churn",
+                "chute", "chutney", "cia", "cicada", "cicatrice",
+                "cicerone", "cid", "cider", "cif", "cigar",
+                "cigaret", "cigarette", "cinch", "cincture", "cinder",
+                "cinderella", "cinders", "cine", "cinema", "cinematograph",
+                "cinematography", "cinnamon", "cinquefoil", "cipher", "circa",
+                "circadian", "circle", "circlet", "circuit", "circuitous",
+                "circular", "circularise", "circularize", "circulate", "circulation",
+                "circumcise", "circumcision", "circumference", "circumflex", "circumlocution",
+                "circumnavigate", "circumscribe", "circumscription", "circumspect", "circumstance",
+                "circumstances", "circumstantial", "circumvent", "circus", "cirque",
+                "cirrhosis", "cirrus", "cissy", "cistern", "citadel",
+                "citation", "cite", "citizen", "citizenry", "citizenship",
+                "citron", "citrous", "citrus", "city", "civet",
+                "civic", "civics", "civies", "civil", "civilian",
+                "civilisation", "civilise", "civility", "civilization", "civilize",
+                "civilly", "civvies", "clack", "clad", "claim",
+                "claimant", "clairvoyance", "clairvoyant", "clam", "clambake",
+                "clamber", "clammy", "clamor", "clamorous", "clamour",
+                "clamp", "clampdown", "clamshell", "clan", "clandestine",
+                "clang", "clanger", "clangor", "clangour", "clank",
+                "clannish", "clansman", "clap", "clapboard", "clapper",
+                "clapperboard", "clappers", "claptrap", "claque", "claret",
+                "clarification", "clarify", "clarinet", "clarinetist", "clarinettist",
+                "clarion", "clarity", "clarts", "clash", "clasp",
+                "class", "classic", "classical", "classicism", "classicist",
+                "classics", "classification", "classified", "classify", "classless",
+                "classmate", "classroom", "classy", "clatter", "clause",
+                "claustrophobia", "claustrophobic", "clavichord", "clavicle", "claw",
+                "clay", "claymore", "clean", "cleaner", "cleanliness",
+                "cleanly", "cleanse", "cleanser", "cleanup", "clear",
+                "clearance", "clearing", "clearinghouse", "clearly", "clearout",
+                "clearway", "cleat", "cleavage", "cleave", "cleaver",
+                "clef", "cleft", "clematis", "clemency", "clement",
+                "clench", "clerestory", "clergy", "clergyman", "clerical",
+                "clerihew", "clerk", "clever", "clew", "click",
+                "client", "clientele", "cliff", "cliffhanger", "climacteric",
+                "climactic", "climate", "climatic", "climatology", "climax",
+                "climb", "climber", "clime", "clinch", "clincher",
+                "cline", "cling", "clinging", "clingy", "clinic",
+                "clinical", "clink", "clinker", "clip", "clipboard",
+                "clipper", "clippers", "clippie", "clipping", "clique",
+                "cliquey", "cliquish", "clitoris", "cloaca", "cloak",
+                "cloakroom", "clobber", "cloche", "clock", "clockwise",
+                "clockwork", "clod", "cloddish", "clodhopper", "clog",
+                "cloggy", "cloister", "clone", "clop", "close",
+                "closed", "closedown", "closefisted", "closet", "closure",
+                "clot", "cloth", "clothe", "clothes", "clothesbasket",
+                "clotheshorse", "clothesline", "clothier", "clothing", "cloture",
+                "cloud", "cloudbank", "cloudburst", "cloudless", "cloudy",
+                "clout", "clove", "cloven", "clover", "cloverleaf",
+                "clown", "clownish", "cloy", "club", "clubbable",
+                "clubfoot", "clubhouse", "cluck", "clue", "clueless",
+                "clump", "clumsy", "clung", "cluster", "clutch",
+                "clutches", "clutter", "coach", "coachbuilder", "coachman",
+                "coachwork", "coadjutor", "coagulant", "coagulate", "coal",
+                "coalbunker", "coalesce", "coalface", "coalfield", "coalhole",
+                "coalhouse", "coalition", "coalmine", "coalscuttle", "coarse",
+                "coarsen", "coast", "coastal", "coaster", "coastguard",
+                "coastguardsman", "coastline", "coastwise", "coat", "coating",
+                "coax", "cob", "cobalt", "cobber", "cobble",
+                "cobbler", "cobblers", "cobblestone", "cobra", "cobweb",
+                "cocaine", "coccyx", "cochineal", "cochlea", "cock",
+                "cockade", "cockatoo", "cockchafer", "cockcrow", "cockerel",
+                "cockeyed", "cockfight", "cockhorse", "cockle", "cockleshell",
+                "cockney", "cockpit", "cockroach", "cockscomb", "cocksure",
+                "cocktail", "cocky", "coco", "cocoa", "coconut",
+                "cocoon", "cod", "coda", "coddle", "code",
+                "codeine", "codex", "codger", "codicil", "codify",
+                "codling", "codpiece", "codswallop", "coed", "coeducation",
+                "coefficient", "coelacanth", "coequal", "coerce", "coercion",
+                "coercive", "coeternal", "coeval", "coexist", "coexistence",
+                "coffee", "coffeepot", "coffer", "cofferdam", "coffers",
+                "coffin", "cog", "cogency", "cogent", "cogitate",
+                "cogitation", "cognac", "cognate", "cognition", "cognitive",
+                "cognizance", "cognizant", "cognomen", "cognoscenti", "cogwheel",
+                "cohabit", "cohere", "coherence", "coherent", "cohesion",
+                "cohesive", "cohort", "coif", "coiffeur", "coiffure",
+                "coil", "coin", "coinage", "coincide", "coincidence",
+                "coincident", "coincidental", "coir", "coitus", "coke",
+                "col", "cola", "colander", "cold", "coleslaw",
+                "coley", "colic", "colicky", "colitis", "collaborate",
+                "collaboration", "collaborationist", "collage", "collapse", "collapsible",
+                "collar", "collarbone", "collate", "collateral", "collation",
+                "colleague", "collect", "collected", "collection", "collective",
+                "collectivise", "collectivism", "collectivize", "collector", "colleen",
+                "college", "collegiate", "collide", "collie", "collier",
+                "colliery", "collision", "collocate", "collocation", "colloquial",
+                "colloquialism", "colloquy", "collude", "collusion", "collywobbles",
+                "cologne", "colon", "colonel", "colonial", "colonialism",
+                "colonialist", "colonies", "colonise", "colonist", "colonize",
+                "colonnade", "colony", "color", "coloration", "coloratura",
+                "colored", "colorfast", "colorful", "coloring", "colorless",
+                "colors", "colossal", "colossally", "colossus", "colostrum",
+                "colour", "coloured", "colourfast", "colourful", "colouring",
+                "colourless", "colours", "colt", "colter", "coltish",
+                "columbine", "column", "columnist", "coma", "comatose",
+                "comb", "combat", "combatant", "combative", "comber",
+                "combination", "combinations", "combinatorial", "combine", "combo",
+                "combustible", "combustion", "come", "comeback", "comecon",
+                "comedian", "comedienne", "comedown", "comedy", "comely",
+                "comer", "comestible", "comet", "comfit", "comfort",
+                "comfortable", "comforter", "comfrey", "comfy", "comic",
+                "comical", "comics", "cominform", "coming", "comintern",
+                "comity", "comma", "command", "commandant", "commandeer",
+                "commander", "commanding", "commandment", "commando", "commemorate",
+                "commemoration", "commemorative", "commence", "commencement", "commend",
+                "commendable", "commendation", "commendatory", "commensurable", "commensurate",
+                "comment", "commentary", "commentate", "commentator", "commerce",
+                "commercial", "commercialise", "commercialism", "commercialize", "commie",
+                "commiserate", "commiseration", "commissar", "commissariat", "commissary",
+                "commission", "commissionaire", "commissioner", "commit", "commitment",
+                "committal", "committed", "committee", "committeeman", "commode",
+                "commodious", "commodity", "commodore", "common", "commonage",
+                "commonalty", "commoner", "commonly", "commonplace", "commons",
+                "commonweal", "commonwealth", "commotion", "communal", "commune",
+                "communicable", "communicant", "communicate", "communication", "communications",
+                "communicative", "communion", "communism", "communist", "community",
+                "commutable", "commutation", "commutative", "commutator", "commute",
+                "commuter", "compact", "compacted", "companion", "companionable",
+                "companionship", "companionway", "company", "comparable", "comparative",
+                "comparatively", "compare", "comparison", "compartment", "compartmentalise",
+                "compartmentalize", "compass", "compassion", "compassionate", "compatibility",
+                "compatible", "compatriot", "compeer", "compel", "compendious",
+                "compendium", "compensate", "compensation", "compensatory", "compere",
+                "compete", "competence", "competent", "competition", "competitive",
+                "competitor", "compilation", "compile", "complacency", "complacent",
+                "complain", "complainant", "complaint", "complaisance", "complaisant",
+                "complement", "complementary", "complete", "completely", "completion",
+                "complex", "complexion", "complexity", "compliance", "compliant",
+                "complicate", "complicated", "complication", "complicity", "compliment",
+                "complimentary", "compliments", "complin", "compline", "comply",
+                "compo", "component", "comport", "comportment", "compose",
+                "composer", "composite", "composition", "compositor", "compost",
+                "composure", "compote", "compound", "comprehend", "comprehensible",
+                "comprehension", "comprehensive", "compress", "compressible", "compression",
+                "compressor", "comprise", "compromise", "comptometer", "comptroller",
+                "compulsion", "compulsive", "compulsory", "compunction", "computation",
+                "compute", "computer", "computerize", "comrade", "comradeship",
+                "coms", "con", "concatenate", "concatenation", "concave",
+                "concavity", "conceal", "concealment", "concede", "conceit",
+                "conceited", "conceivable", "conceive", "concentrate", "concentrated",
+                "concentration", "concentric", "concept", "conception", "conceptual",
+                "conceptualise", "conceptualize", "concern", "concerned", "concernedly",
+                "concerning", "concert", "concerted", "concertgoer", "concertina",
+                "concertmaster", "concerto", "concession", "concessionaire", "concessive",
+                "conch", "conchology", "concierge", "conciliate", "conciliation",
+                "conciliatory", "concise", "concision", "conclave", "conclude",
+                "conclusion", "conclusive", "concoct", "concoction", "concomitance",
+                "concomitant", "concord", "concordance", "concordant", "concordat",
+                "concourse", "concrete", "concubinage", "concubine", "concupiscence",
+                "concur", "concurrence", "concurrent", "concuss", "concussion",
+                "condemn", "condemnation", "condensation", "condense", "condenser",
+                "condescend", "condescension", "condign", "condiment", "condition",
+                "conditional", "conditions", "condole", "condolence", "condom",
+                "condominium", "condone", "condor", "conduce", "conducive",
+                "conduct", "conduction", "conductive", "conductivity", "conductor",
+                "conduit", "cone", "coney", "confabulate", "confabulation",
+                "confection", "confectioner", "confectionery", "confederacy", "confederate",
+                "confederation", "confer", "conference", "confess", "confessed",
+                "confession", "confessional", "confessor", "confetti", "confidant",
+                "confide", "confidence", "confident", "confidential", "confiding",
+                "configuration", "confine", "confinement", "confines", "confirm",
+                "confirmation", "confirmed", "confiscate", "confiscatory", "conflagration",
+                "conflate", "conflict", "confluence", "conform", "conformable",
+                "conformation", "conformist", "conformity", "confound", "confounded",
+                "confraternity", "confront", "confrontation", "confucian", "confucianism",
+                "confuse", "confusion", "confute", "conga", "congeal",
+                "congenial", "congenital", "congest", "congestion", "conglomerate",
+                "conglomeration", "congrats", "congratulate", "congratulations", "congratulatory",
+                "congregate", "congregation", "congregational", "congregationalism", "congress",
+                "congressional", "congressman", "congruent", "congruity", "congruous",
+                "conic", "conical", "conifer", "coniferous", "conj",
+                "conjectural", "conjecture", "conjoin", "conjoint", "conjugal",
+                "conjugate", "conjugation", "conjunction", "conjunctiva", "conjunctive",
+                "conjunctivitis", "conjuncture", "conjure", "conjurer", "conjuror",
+                "conk", "conker", "conkers", "connect", "connected",
+                "connection", "connective", "connexion", "connivance", "connive",
+                "connoisseur", "connotation", "connotative", "connote", "connubial",
+                "conquer", "conquest", "conquistador", "consanguineous", "consanguinity",
+                "conscience", "conscientious", "conscious", "consciousness", "conscript",
+                "conscription", "consecrate", "consecration", "consecutive", "consensus",
+                "consent", "consequence", "consequent", "consequential", "consequently",
+                "conservancy", "conservation", "conservationist", "conservatism", "conservative",
+                "conservatoire", "conservatory", "conserve", "consider", "considerable",
+                "considerably", "considerate", "consideration", "considered", "considering",
+                "consign", "consignee", "consigner", "consignment", "consignor",
+                "consist", "consistency", "consistent", "consistory", "consolation",
+                "consolatory", "console", "consolidate", "consols", "consonance",
+                "consonant", "consort", "consortium", "conspectus", "conspicuous",
+                "conspiracy", "conspirator", "conspiratorial", "conspire", "constable",
+                "constabulary", "constancy", "constant", "constellation", "consternation",
+                "constipate", "constipation", "constituency", "constituent", "constitute",
+                "constitution", "constitutional", "constitutionalism", "constitutionally", "constitutive",
+                "constrain", "constrained", "constraint", "constrict", "constriction",
+                "constrictor", "construct", "construction", "constructive", "constructor",
+                "construe", "consubstantiation", "consul", "consular", "consulate",
+                "consult", "consultancy", "consultant", "consultation", "consultative",
+                "consulting", "consume", "consumer", "consummate", "consummation",
+                "consumption", "consumptive", "contact", "contagion", "contagious",
+                "contain", "contained", "container", "containerise", "containerize",
+                "containment", "contaminate", "contamination", "contemplate", "contemplation",
+                "contemplative", "contemporaneous", "contemporary", "contempt", "contemptible",
+                "contemptuous", "contend", "contender", "content", "contented",
+                "contention", "contentious", "contentment", "contents", "contest",
+                "contestant", "context", "contextual", "contiguity", "contiguous",
+                "continence", "continent", "continental", "contingency", "contingent",
+                "continual", "continuance", "continuation", "continue", "continuity",
+                "continuo", "continuous", "continuum", "contort", "contortion",
+                "contortionist", "contour", "contraband", "contrabass", "contraception",
+                "contraceptive", "contract", "contractile", "contraction", "contractor",
+                "contractual", "contradict", "contradiction", "contradictory", "contradistinction",
+                "contrail", "contraindication", "contralto", "contraption", "contrapuntal",
+                "contrariety", "contrariwise", "contrary", "contrast", "contravene",
+                "contravention", "contretemps", "contribute", "contribution", "contributor",
+                "contributory", "contrite", "contrition", "contrivance", "contrive",
+                "contrived", "control", "controller", "controversial", "controversy",
+                "controvert", "contumacious", "contumacy", "contumelious", "contumely",
+                "contuse", "contusion", "conundrum", "conurbation", "convalesce",
+                "convalescence", "convalescent", "convection", "convector", "convene",
+                "convener", "convenience", "convenient", "convenor", "convent",
+                "conventicle", "convention", "conventional", "conventionality", "converge",
+                "conversant", "conversation", "conversational", "conversationalist", "conversazione",
+                "converse", "conversion", "convert", "converter", "convertible",
+                "convex", "convexity", "convey", "conveyance", "conveyancer",
+                "conveyancing", "conveyer", "conveyor", "convict", "conviction",
+                "convince", "convinced", "convincing", "convivial", "convocation",
+                "convoke", "convoluted", "convolution", "convolvulus", "convoy",
+                "convulse", "convulsion", "convulsive", "cony", "coo",
+                "cook", "cooker", "cookery", "cookhouse", "cookie",
+                "cooking", "cookout", "cool", "coolant", "cooler",
+                "coolie", "coon", "coop", "cooper", "cooperate",
+                "cooperation", "cooperative", "coordinate", "coordinates", "coordination",
+                "coot", "cop", "cope", "copeck", "copier",
+                "copilot", "coping", "copingstone", "copious", "copper",
+                "copperhead", "copperplate", "coppersmith", "coppice", "copra",
+                "coptic", "copula", "copulate", "copulative", "copy",
+                "copybook", "copyboy", "copycat", "copydesk", "copyhold",
+                "copyist", "copyright", "copywriter", "coquetry", "coquette",
+                "cor", "coracle", "coral", "corbel", "cord",
+                "cordage", "cordial", "cordiality", "cordially", "cordillera",
+                "cordite", "cordon", "cords", "corduroy", "core",
+                "corelate", "coreligionist", "corer", "corespondent", "corgi",
+                "coriander", "corinthian", "cork", "corkage", "corked",
+                "corker", "corkscrew", "corm", "cormorant", "corn",
+                "corncob", "corncrake", "cornea", "cornelian", "corner",
+                "cornerstone", "cornet", "cornfield", "cornflakes", "cornflower",
+                "cornice", "cornish", "cornucopia", "corny", "corolla",
+                "corollary", "corona", "coronary", "coronation", "coroner",
+                "coronet", "corpora", "corporal", "corporate", "corporation",
+                "corporeal", "corps", "corpse", "corpulence", "corpulent",
+                "corpus", "corpuscle", "corral", "correct", "correction",
+                "correctitude", "corrective", "correlate", "correlation", "correlative",
+                "correspond", "correspondence", "correspondent", "corresponding", "corridor",
+                "corrie", "corrigendum", "corroborate", "corroboration", "corroborative",
+                "corroboree", "corrode", "corrosion", "corrosive", "corrugate",
+                "corrugation", "corrupt", "corruption", "corsage", "corsair",
+                "corse", "corselet", "corset", "cortex", "cortisone",
+                "corundum", "coruscate", "corvette", "cos", "cosh",
+                "cosignatory", "cosine", "cosmetic", "cosmetician", "cosmic",
+                "cosmogony", "cosmology", "cosmonaut", "cosmopolitan", "cosmos",
+                "cosset", "cost", "costermonger", "costive", "costly",
+                "costs", "costume", "costumier", "cosy", "cot",
+                "cotangent", "cote", "coterie", "coterminous", "cotillion",
+                "cottage", "cottager", "cottar", "cotter", "cotton",
+                "cottonseed", "cottontail", "cotyledon", "couch", "couchant",
+                "couchette", "cougar", "cough", "could", "couldst",
+                "coulter", "council", "councillor", "counsel", "counsellor",
+                "counselor", "count", "countable", "countdown", "countenance",
+                "counter", "counteract", "counterattack", "counterattraction", "counterbalance",
+                "counterblast", "counterclaim", "counterclockwise", "counterespionage", "counterfeit",
+                "counterfoil", "counterintelligence", "counterirritant", "countermand", "countermarch",
+                "countermeasure", "counteroffensive", "counterpane", "counterpart", "counterpoint",
+                "counterpoise", "countersign", "countersink", "countertenor", "countervail",
+                "countess", "countinghouse", "countless", "countrified", "country",
+                "countryman", "countryside", "county", "coup", "couple",
+                "couplet", "coupling", "coupon", "courage", "courageous",
+                "courgette", "courier", "course", "courser", "coursing",
+                "court", "courteous", "courtesan", "courtesy", "courthouse",
+                "courtier", "courting", "courtly", "courtroom", "courtship",
+                "courtyard", "couscous", "cousin", "couture", "cove",
+                "coven", "covenant", "coventry", "cover", "coverage",
+                "covering", "coverlet", "covert", "covet", "covetous",
+                "covey", "cow", "coward", "cowardice", "cowardly",
+                "cowbell", "cowboy", "cowcatcher", "cower", "cowgirl",
+                "cowhand", "cowheel", "cowherd", "cowhide", "cowl",
+                "cowlick", "cowling", "cowman", "cowpat", "cowpox",
+                "cowrie", "cowry", "cowshed", "cowslip", "cox",
+                "coxcomb", "coy", "coyote", "coypu", "cozen",
+                "cozy", "cpa", "crab", "crabbed", "crabby",
+                "crabgrass", "crabwise", "crack", "crackbrained", "crackdown",
+                "cracked", "cracker", "crackers", "crackle", "crackleware",
+                "crackling", "crackpot", "cracksman", "crackup", "cradle",
+                "craft", "craftsman", "crafty", "crag", "craggy",
+                "crake", "cram", "crammer", "cramp", "cramped",
+                "crampon", "cramps", "cranberry", "crane", "cranial",
+                "cranium", "crank", "crankshaft", "cranky", "cranny",
+                "crap", "crape", "crappy", "craps", "crash",
+                "crashing", "crass", "crate", "crater", "cravat",
+                "crave", "craven", "craving", "crawl", "crawler",
+                "crawlers", "crayfish", "crayon", "craze", "crazy",
+                "creak", "creaky", "cream", "creamer", "creamery",
+                "creamy", "crease", "create", "creation", "creative",
+                "creativity", "creator", "creature", "credence", "credentials",
+                "credibility", "credible", "credit", "creditable", "creditor",
+                "credo", "credulous", "creed", "creek", "creel",
+                "creep", "creeper", "creepers", "creeps", "creepy",
+                "cremate", "crematorium", "crenelated", "crenellated", "creole",
+                "creosote", "crept", "crepuscular", "crescendo", "crescent",
+                "cress", "crest", "crested", "crestfallen", "cretaceous",
+                "cretin", "cretonne", "crevasse", "crevice", "crew",
+                "crewman", "crib", "cribbage", "crick", "cricket",
+                "cricketer", "crier", "cries", "crikey", "crime",
+                "criminal", "criminology", "crimp", "crimplene", "crimson",
+                "cringe", "crinkle", "crinkly", "crinoid", "crinoline",
+                "cripes", "cripple", "crisis", "crisp", "crispy",
+                "crisscross", "criterion", "critic", "critical", "criticise",
+                "criticism", "criticize", "critique", "critter", "croak",
+                "crochet", "crock", "crockery", "crocodile", "crocus",
+                "croft", "crofter", "croissant", "cromlech", "crone",
+                "crony", "crook", "crooked", "croon", "crooner",
+                "crop", "cropper", "croquet", "croquette", "crore",
+                "crosier", "cross", "crossbar", "crossbeam", "crossbenches",
+                "crossbones", "crossbow", "crossbred", "crossbreed", "crosscheck",
+                "crosscurrent", "crosscut", "crossfire", "crossing", "crossover",
+                "crosspatch", "crosspiece", "crossply", "crossroad", "crossroads",
+                "crosstree", "crosswalk", "crosswind", "crosswise", "crossword",
+                "crotch", "crotchet", "crotchety", "crouch", "croup",
+                "croupier", "crouton", "crow", "crowbar", "crowd",
+                "crowded", "crowfoot", "crown", "crozier", "crucial",
+                "crucible", "crucifix", "crucifixion", "cruciform", "crucify",
+                "crude", "crudity", "cruel", "cruelty", "cruet",
+                "cruise", "cruiser", "crumb", "crumble", "crumbly",
+                "crummy", "crumpet", "crumple", "crunch", "crupper",
+                "crusade", "cruse", "crush", "crust", "crustacean",
+                "crusty", "crutch", "crux", "cry", "crybaby",
+                "crying", "crypt", "cryptic", "cryptogram", "cryptography",
+                "crystal", "crystalline", "crystallise", "crystallize", "cub",
+                "cubbyhole", "cube", "cubic", "cubical", "cubicle",
+                "cubism", "cubit", "cubs", "cuckold", "cuckoldry",
+                "cuckoo", "cucumber", "cud", "cuddle", "cuddlesome",
+                "cuddly", "cudgel", "cue", "cuff", "cuffs",
+                "cuirass", "cuisine", "culinary", "cull", "cullender",
+                "culminate", "culmination", "culotte", "culottes", "culpable",
+                "culprit", "cult", "cultivable", "cultivate", "cultivated",
+                "cultivation", "cultivator", "cultural", "culture", "cultured",
+                "culvert", "cumber", "cumbersome", "cumin", "cummerbund",
+                "cumulative", "cumulonimbus", "cumulus", "cuneiform", "cunnilingus",
+                "cunning", "cunt", "cup", "cupbearer", "cupboard",
+                "cupid", "cupidity", "cupola", "cuppa", "cupping",
+                "cupric", "cur", "curable", "curacy", "curate",
+                "curative", "curator", "curb", "curd", "curdle",
+                "cure", "curettage", "curfew", "curia", "curio",
+                "curiosity", "curious", "curl", "curler", "curlew",
+                "curlicue", "curling", "curly", "curlycue", "curmudgeon",
+                "currant", "currency", "current", "curriculum", "currish",
+                "curry", "curse", "cursed", "cursive", "cursory",
+                "curt", "curtail", "curtain", "curtains", "curtsey",
+                "curtsy", "curvaceous", "curvacious", "curvature", "curve",
+                "cushion", "cushy", "cusp", "cuspidor", "cuss",
+                "cussed", "custard", "custodial", "custodian", "custody",
+                "custom", "customary", "customer", "customs", "cut",
+                "cutaway", "cutback", "cuticle", "cutlass", "cutler",
+                "cutlery", "cutlet", "cutoff", "cutout", "cutpurse",
+                "cutter", "cutthroat", "cutting", "cuttlefish", "cutworm",
+                "cwm", "cwt", "cyanide", "cybernetics", "cyclamate",
+                "cyclamen", "cycle", "cyclic", "cyclist", "cyclone",
+                "cyclopaedia", "cyclopedia", "cyclostyle", "cyclotron", "cyder",
+                "cygnet", "cylinder", "cymbal", "cynic", "cynical",
+                "cynicism", "cynosure", "cypher", "cypress", "cyrillic",
+                "cyst", "cystitis", "cytology", "czar", "czarina",
+                "czech", "dab", "dabble", "dabchick", "dabs",
+                "dace", "dachshund", "dactyl", "dad", "daddy",
+                "dado", "daemon", "daffodil", "daft", "dagger",
+                "dago", "daguerreotype", "dahlia", "daily", "dainty",
+                "daiquiri", "dairy", "dairying", "dairymaid", "dairyman",
+                "dais", "daisy", "dale", "dalliance", "dally",
+                "dalmation", "dam", "damage", "damages", "damascene",
+                "damask", "damn", "damnable", "damnation", "damnedest",
+                "damning", "damocles", "damp", "dampen", "damper",
+                "dampish", "damsel", "damson", "dance", "dandelion",
+                "dander", "dandified", "dandle", "dandruff", "dandy",
+                "danger", "dangerous", "dangle", "dank", "dapper",
+                "dappled", "dare", "daredevil", "daresay", "daring",
+                "dark", "darken", "darkey", "darkroom", "darky",
+                "darling", "darn", "darning", "dart", "dartboard",
+                "dartmoor", "darts", "dash", "dashboard", "dashed",
+                "dashing", "data", "date", "dated", "dateless",
+                "dateline", "dates", "dative", "daub", "daughter",
+                "daunt", "dauntless", "dauphin", "davit", "dawdle",
+                "dawn", "day", "dayboy", "daybreak", "daydream",
+                "daylight", "dayroom", "days", "daytime", "daze",
+                "dazzle", "ddt", "deacon", "dead", "deaden",
+                "deadline", "deadlock", "deadly", "deadpan", "deadweight",
+                "deaf", "deafen", "deal", "dealer", "dealing",
+                "dealings", "dean", "deanery", "dear", "dearest",
+                "dearie", "dearly", "dearth", "deary", "death",
+                "deathbed", "deathblow", "deathless", "deathlike", "deathly",
+                "deathwatch", "deb", "debar", "debark", "debase",
+                "debatable", "debate", "debater", "debauch", "debauchee",
+                "debauchery", "debenture", "debilitate", "debility", "debit",
+                "debonair", "debone", "debouch", "debrief", "debris",
+                "debt", "debtor", "debug", "debunk", "debut",
+                "debutante", "decade", "decadence", "decadent", "decalogue",
+                "decamp", "decant", "decanter", "decapitate", "decathlon",
+                "decay", "decease", "deceased", "deceit", "deceitful",
+                "deceive", "decelerate", "december", "decencies", "decency",
+                "decent", "decentralise", "decentralize", "deception", "deceptive",
+                "decibel", "decide", "decided", "decidedly", "deciduous",
+                "decimal", "decimalise", "decimalize", "decimate", "decipher",
+                "decision", "decisive", "deck", "deckchair", "deckhand",
+                "declaim", "declamation", "declaration", "declare", "declared",
+                "declassify", "declension", "declination", "decline", "declivity",
+                "declutch", "decoction", "decode", "decolonise", "decolonize",
+                "decompose", "decompress", "decongestant", "decontaminate", "decontrol",
+                "decorate", "decoration", "decorative", "decorator", "decorous",
+                "decorum", "decoy", "decrease", "decree", "decrepit",
+                "decrepitude", "decry", "dedicate", "dedicated", "dedication",
+                "deduce", "deduct", "deduction", "deductive", "deed",
+                "deem", "deep", "deepen", "deer", "deerstalker",
+                "def", "deface", "defame", "default", "defeat",
+                "defeatism", "defecate", "defect", "defection", "defective",
+                "defence", "defend", "defendant", "defense", "defensible",
+                "defensive", "defer", "deference", "defiance", "defiant",
+                "deficiency", "deficient", "deficit", "defile", "define",
+                "definite", "definitely", "definition", "definitive", "deflate",
+                "deflation", "deflationary", "deflect", "deflection", "deflower",
+                "defoliant", "defoliate", "deforest", "deform", "deformation",
+                "deformity", "defraud", "defray", "defrock", "defrost",
+                "deft", "defunct", "defuse", "defy", "degauss",
+                "degeneracy", "degenerate", "degeneration", "degenerative", "degrade",
+                "degree", "dehorn", "dehumanise", "dehumanize", "dehydrate",
+                "deice", "deification", "deify", "deign", "deism",
+                "deity", "dejected", "dejection", "dekko", "delay",
+                "delectable", "delectation", "delegacy", "delegate", "delegation",
+                "delete", "deleterious", "deletion", "delft", "deliberate",
+                "deliberation", "deliberative", "delicacy", "delicate", "delicatessen",
+                "delicious", "delight", "delightful", "delimit", "delineate",
+                "delinquency", "delinquent", "deliquescent", "delirious", "delirium",
+                "deliver", "deliverance", "delivery", "deliveryman", "dell",
+                "delouse", "delphic", "delphinium", "delta", "delude",
+                "deluge", "delusion", "delusive", "delve", "demagnetise",
+                "demagnetize", "demagogic", "demagogue", "demagoguery", "demand",
+                "demanding", "demarcate", "demarcation", "demean", "demeanor",
+                "demeanour", "demented", "demerit", "demesne", "demigod",
+                "demijohn", "demilitarise", "demilitarize", "demise", "demist",
+                "demister", "demo", "demob", "demobilise", "demobilize",
+                "democracy", "democrat", "democratic", "democratise", "democratize",
+                "demography", "demolish", "demolition", "demon", "demonetise",
+                "demonetize", "demoniacal", "demonic", "demonstrable", "demonstrate",
+                "demonstration", "demonstrative", "demonstrator", "demoralise", "demoralize",
+                "demote", "demotic", "demur", "demure", "demystify",
+                "den", "denationalise", "denationalize", "denial", "denier",
+                "denigrate", "denim", "denims", "denizen", "denominate",
+                "denomination", "denominational", "denominator", "denotation", "denote",
+                "denouement", "denounce", "dense", "density", "dent",
+                "dental", "dentifrice", "dentist", "dentistry", "denture",
+                "dentures", "denude", "denunciation", "deny", "deodorant",
+                "deodorise", "deodorize", "depart", "departed", "department",
+                "departure", "depend", "dependable", "dependant", "dependence",
+                "dependency", "dependent", "depict", "depilatory", "deplete",
+                "deplorable", "deplore", "deploy", "deponent", "depopulate",
+                "deport", "deportee", "deportment", "depose", "deposit",
+                "deposition", "depositor", "depository", "depot", "deprave",
+                "depravity", "deprecate", "deprecatory", "depreciate", "depreciatory",
+                "depredation", "depress", "depressed", "depression", "deprivation",
+                "deprive", "deprived", "depth", "depths", "deputation",
+                "depute", "deputise", "deputize", "deputy", "derail",
+                "derange", "derby", "derelict", "dereliction", "deride",
+                "derision", "derisive", "derisory", "derivative", "derive",
+                "dermatitis", "dermatology", "derogate", "derogatory", "derrick",
+                "derv", "dervish", "des", "desalinise", "desalinize",
+                "descale", "descant", "descend", "descendant", "descended",
+                "descent", "describe", "description", "descriptive", "descry",
+                "desecrate", "desegregate", "desensitise", "desensitize", "desert",
+                "deserter", "desertion", "deserts", "deserve", "deservedly",
+                "deserving", "desiccant", "desiccate", "desideratum", "design",
+                "designate", "designation", "designedly", "designer", "designing",
+                "designs", "desirable", "desire", "desirous", "desist",
+                "desk", "deskwork", "desolate", "despair", "despairing",
+                "despatch", "despatches", "desperado", "desperate", "desperation",
+                "despicable", "despise", "despite", "despoil", "despondent",
+                "despot", "despotic", "despotism", "dessert", "dessertspoon",
+                "dessertspoonful", "destination", "destined", "destiny", "destitute",
+                "destroy", "destroyer", "destruction", "destructive", "desuetude",
+                "desultory", "detach", "detached", "detachedly", "detachment",
+                "detail", "detailed", "detain", "detainee", "detect",
+                "detection", "detective", "detector", "detention", "deter",
+                "detergent", "deteriorate", "determinant", "determination", "determine",
+                "determined", "determiner", "determinism", "deterrent", "detest",
+                "dethrone", "detonate", "detonation", "detonator", "detour",
+                "detract", "detractor", "detrain", "detriment", "detritus",
+                "deuce", "deuced", "deuteronomy", "devaluation", "devalue",
+                "devastate", "devastating", "develop", "developer", "development",
+                "developmental", "deviance", "deviant", "deviate", "deviation",
+                "deviationist", "device", "devil", "devilish", "devilishly",
+                "devilment", "devious", "devise", "devitalise", "devitalize",
+                "devoid", "devolution", "devolve", "devote", "devoted",
+                "devotee", "devotion", "devotional", "devotions", "devour",
+                "devout", "devoutly", "dew", "dewdrop", "dewlap",
+                "dewpond", "dewy", "dexterity", "dexterous", "dextrose",
+                "dhoti", "dhow", "diabetes", "diabetic", "diabolic",
+                "diabolical", "diacritic", "diacritical", "diadem", "diaeresis",
+                "diagnose", "diagnosis", "diagnostic", "diagonal", "diagram",
+                "dial", "dialect", "dialectic", "dialectician", "dialog",
+                "dialogue", "diameter", "diametrically", "diamond", "diaper",
+                "diaphanous", "diaphragm", "diarist", "diarrhea", "diarrhoea",
+                "diary", "diaspora", "diatom", "diatribe", "dibble",
+                "dice", "dicey", "dichotomy", "dick", "dicker",
+                "dickie", "dicky", "dickybird", "dictaphone", "dictate",
+                "dictation", "dictator", "dictatorial", "dictatorship", "diction",
+                "dictionary", "dictum", "did", "didactic", "diddle",
+                "didst", "die", "diehard", "dieresis", "diet",
+                "dietary", "dietetic", "dietetics", "dietician", "dietitian",
+                "differ", "difference", "different", "differential", "differentiate",
+                "difficult", "difficulty", "diffident", "diffract", "diffuse",
+                "diffusion", "dig", "digest", "digestion", "digestive",
+                "digger", "digging", "diggings", "digit", "digital",
+                "dignified", "dignify", "dignitary", "dignity", "digraph",
+                "digress", "digression", "digs", "dike", "dilapidated",
+                "dilapidation", "dilapidations", "dilate", "dilatory", "dildo",
+                "dilemma", "dilettante", "diligence", "diligent", "dill",
+                "dillydally", "dilute", "dilution", "dim", "dimension",
+                "dimensions", "diminish", "diminuendo", "diminution", "diminutive",
+                "dimity", "dimple", "dimwit", "din", "dinar",
+                "dine", "diner", "dingdong", "dinghy", "dingle",
+                "dingo", "dingy", "dink", "dinkum", "dinky",
+                "dinner", "dinosaur", "dint", "diocese", "dioxide",
+                "dip", "diphtheria", "diphthong", "diploma", "diplomacy",
+                "diplomat", "diplomatic", "diplomatically", "diplomatist", "dipper",
+                "dipsomania", "dipsomaniac", "dipstick", "dipswitch", "diptych",
+                "dire", "direct", "direction", "directional", "directions",
+                "directive", "directly", "director", "directorate", "directorship",
+                "directory", "direful", "dirge", "dirigible", "dirk",
+                "dirndl", "dirt", "dirty", "disability", "disable",
+                "disabled", "disabuse", "disadvantage", "disadvantageous", "disaffected",
+                "disaffection", "disaffiliate", "disafforest", "disagree", "disagreeable",
+                "disagreement", "disallow", "disappear", "disappearance", "disappoint",
+                "disappointed", "disappointing", "disappointment", "disapprobation", "disapproval",
+                "disapprove", "disarm", "disarmament", "disarrange", "disarray",
+                "disassociate", "disaster", "disastrous", "disavow", "disband",
+                "disbar", "disbelief", "disbelieve", "disburden", "disburse",
+                "disbursement", "disc", "discard", "discern", "discerning",
+                "discernment", "discharge", "disciple", "discipleship", "disciplinarian",
+                "disciplinary", "discipline", "disclaim", "disclaimer", "disclose",
+                "disclosure", "disco", "discolor", "discoloration", "discolour",
+                "discolouration", "discomfit", "discomfiture", "discomfort", "discommode",
+                "discompose", "disconcert", "disconnect", "disconnected", "disconnection",
+                "disconsolate", "discontent", "discontented", "discontinue", "discontinuity",
+                "discontinuous", "discord", "discordance", "discordant", "discotheque",
+                "discount", "discountenance", "discourage", "discouragement", "discourse",
+                "discourteous", "discourtesy", "discover", "discovery", "discredit",
+                "discreditable", "discreet", "discrepancy", "discrete", "discretion",
+                "discretionary", "discriminate", "discriminating", "discrimination", "discriminatory",
+                "discursive", "discus", "discuss", "discussion", "disdain",
+                "disdainful", "disease", "disembark", "disembarrass", "disembodied",
+                "disembowel", "disembroil", "disenchant", "disencumber", "disendow",
+                "disengage", "disengaged", "disentangle", "disequilibrium", "disestablish",
+                "disfavor", "disfavour", "disfigure", "disforest", "disfranchise",
+                "disfrock", "disgorge", "disgrace", "disgraceful", "disgruntled",
+                "disguise", "disgust", "dish", "dishabille", "disharmony",
+                "dishcloth", "dishearten", "dishes", "dishevelled", "dishful",
+                "dishonest", "dishonesty", "dishonor", "dishonorable", "dishonour",
+                "dishonourable", "dishwasher", "dishwater", "dishy", "disillusion",
+                "disillusioned", "disillusionment", "disincentive", "disinclination", "disinclined",
+                "disinfect", "disinfectant", "disinfest", "disingenuous", "disinherit",
+                "disintegrate", "disinter", "disinterested", "disjoint", "disjointed",
+                "disjunctive", "disk", "dislike", "dislocate", "dislocation",
+                "dislodge", "disloyal", "dismal", "dismantle", "dismast",
+                "dismay", "dismember", "dismiss", "dismissal", "dismount",
+                "disobedient", "disobey", "disoblige", "disorder", "disorderly",
+                "disorganise", "disorganize", "disorientate", "disown", "disparage",
+                "disparate", "disparity", "dispassionate", "dispatch", "dispatches",
+                "dispel", "dispensable", "dispensary", "dispensation", "dispense",
+                "dispenser", "dispersal", "disperse", "dispersion", "dispirit",
+                "displace", "displacement", "display", "displease", "displeasure",
+                "disport", "disposable", "disposal", "dispose", "disposed",
+                "disposition", "dispossess", "dispossessed", "disproof", "disproportion",
+                "disproportionate", "disprove", "disputable", "disputant", "disputation",
+                "disputatious", "dispute", "disqualification", "disqualify", "disquiet",
+                "disquietude", "disquisition", "disregard", "disrelish", "disremember",
+                "disrepair", "disreputable", "disrepute", "disrespect", "disrobe",
+                "disrupt", "dissatisfaction", "dissatisfy", "dissect", "dissection",
+                "dissemble", "disseminate", "dissension", "dissent", "dissenter",
+                "dissenting", "dissertation", "disservice", "dissever", "dissident",
+                "dissimilar", "dissimilarity", "dissimulate", "dissipate", "dissipated",
+                "dissipation", "dissociate", "dissoluble", "dissolute", "dissolution",
+                "dissolve", "dissonance", "dissonant", "dissuade", "distaff",
+                "distal", "distance", "distant", "distantly", "distaste",
+            };
+    }
+}
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