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You are ALERTING that you are ALTERING a TRIANGLE ?
 
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I think she's saying she's angling to hang someone from a large barrel. She has a high pot n' noose.
 
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DISTRACTION Driving on ice
 
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DISABUSE - make fun of the way I do sit-ups

DISCONTENT - disparage the way the prisoners erected their camp shelter

DISPARAGE - it's shameful how long it's been since Augusta National Golf Course reassessed the difficulty of the various holes

DIORAMA - choose between the Princess of Wales and the American Medical Association
 
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DIABOLIC When anabolism and catabolism are out of balance

ANTIGONE When your Greek mother's sister leaves.

PS: It could be the American Motorcycle Association of the Academy of Model Aeronautics in your last one, Hab. I guess it depends on whom you hang out with. They're all superb, however!

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DISCOVER - time to play Side B
 
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Or:

It's 1970s dancing in the springtime

Or:

What the late royal wore after taking up with the Harrod's scion

DIAL Spanish for what comes after Day K
 
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TRIAL - Hirt, Gore, and Unser
 
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TRIVIAL Three little bottles
 
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TRICEPS - Hagrid's dog Fluffy
 
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TRISTAN Laurel, Kubrick, and Tucci
 
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IMPROVIZATION - "Every day in every way I am getting better and better."
 
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DINERO - two fiddlin' Roman emperors
 
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DIVEST - According to Hyman Kaplan, what you get when you buy a suit, along with dicoat and dipants.
 
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DIRECT - the Hesperus and the Mary Deare
 
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DIRECT? Not a terrible place in Connecticut?

DIVEST? Not an Old English present perfect word for Jump in the water?

DRUM What one makes out of d sugar cane, mon!
 
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I like your DIRECT!

I hear we won’t be able to get our COVID-19 vaccinations until late in the spring,” he said with DISMAY.
 
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"I like to pull the wings off pteryodactyls," said the DINOSAUR.
 
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Maybe that should have been "I pulled the wings off a couple of pterodactyls," said the DINOSAUR. Adds a couple of extra layers.
 
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Said the Italian: I didn't see her, but DINOSAUR
 
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DISSACCHARIDE - "You didn't like the way I acted out that phrase without using any words, did you?" she said sweetly. (with her British accent)
 
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DICHOTOMY Wow! A two-place hammock!
 
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DIMINISHES - IDISHEMS

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DIOGENES There were two Ogenes brothers
Orrrr. a pair of ogenes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ogene
 
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I think I don’t understand DICHOTOMY - would you parse it for me? (unless it’s too dirty for prime time)
 
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Di (two, or in this instance, two-place)) cot. Oh, my!

Don't feel bad; it was three am before I associated Agatha Christie with "die, ssacharide."

Now, getting REALLY oblique, DILBERT Murdering Mr Hubbard via poisoned cartoon character.
 
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I thought it was Ron, not Robert. Is that wrong?
 
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Di (two, or in this instance, two-place)) cot. Oh, my!

Don't feel bad; it was three am before I associated Agatha Christie with "die, ssacharide."
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Actually, I meant to invoke "Dis a charade" as uttered by Eliza Doolittle ( "ā", not "ī")...

And I have only just now learned about your fin-de-siècle Hubbard. Until now the only ones I knew of were L.Ron, the sci-fi author (and other notorieties), and Old Mother, the hungry-dog owner. Live and learn, I always say.
 
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DIANATwo of each daily
 
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DIVIDE - the Pope's stereoscopic vision (diplopia, if you prefer)
 
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DIVINE Merlot and chardonnay grapes.

DISCORD It's one point for for the princess
 
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