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Definition of the verb Dessay
What does Dessay mean as a doing word?
- eye dialect of, daresay
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The Rough Guide to Opera (2002)
by Matthew Boyden, Nick Kimberley
The singers are generally fine, firm in texture and elegant in phrasing, although Hans Peter Blochwitz is a slightly uncertain Tamino, Linda Kitchen's soprano is a little grand for Papagena and Natalie Dessay is a better musician than technician ...
by Theodore Libbey
O Equally celebrated is Lakme's "Ou va la jeune indoue," known as the "Bell Song," which has become a coloratura standard embraced by grateful interpreters from Lily Pons to Natalie Dessay. RECOMMENDED RECORDING Dessay, Kunoe, ...
by Joyce Bourne
This role has been outstandingly sung in recent years by Edita Gruberova, Lillian Watson, Natalie Dessay, Inger Dam Jensen, ...
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
ciently rich to dessay the expence of the operation. Many of the rivers of France contain auriferous sand, as the Rhine, the Doubs, the Garonne, the Ardeche, and several of the small rivulcts which flow from the Pyrenees: and it is said that gold ...
by Charles James
–It belongs to the office' of ordnance to supply all military stores for the army and navy, to dessay the ex-- - pence of t!e corps of artillery, corps of engineers, and other military corps attached to the ordnance service ; and also the charge of ...
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Scrabble value of D2E1S1S1A1Y4
The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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