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dike

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdikedike /daɪk/ noun [countable]  x-refanother spelling of dyke
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dikeSoon, we moved, and I walked over a dike.They have proposed building a temporary dike around the crash site.The ammo bearer lifted his head above the dike to help call in artillery.He had sifted some larger pebbles from the sand and was throwing them absently at the dike of drift and kelp.I skirted the dike district too - or at any rate two big chicks denied me entry to their purple sanctum.Somehow, I made it to the dike, dove over the dike, and there was my whole squad.The dike around the shop complex had broken.

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