DoD

NOUN
  1. the federal department responsible for safeguarding national security of the United States; created in 1947
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How To Use DoD In A Sentence

  • It continues as an usual inland resort set in woodland of silver birches, rhododendrons and conifers.
  • When the tax credit was in place, a person could buy a house for $8,000 down (the bluebook value of a 2005 Dodge Caravan). Tom Silva: Why Should We Care About Housing?
  • Regin downshifted, tires squealing as she swerved to dodge a roadkill-bound possum. Dreams of a Dark Warrior
  • Instead of seeing dodgeball as a game where alpha males can relive their schoolyard dominance, they see it as a game for everyone.
  • Young people from welfare-dependent single-parent families just aren't artful dodgers ready to graduate into serious crime and a moral vacuum.
  • I'd chase along the street nearest the river, dodging out side streets to the riverbank.
  • Several of these rhododendrons will flower this year for the first time.
  • Bell was also a sycophant, a Yes man, who could shift his political stance in a heartbeat, talk in circles and dodge any important decision making.
  • The car pitched and dodged through the turns.
  • The road itself twisted and contorted as much as the river as it dodged through and around clusters of trees and boulders: indigenous and erratics.
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