The desire of dialogue is to drive the action along. Didactic drivel disguised as dialogue disgruntles and discourages the defenseless reader. Discriminating dialogue distinctly discloses depth of character-driven dramas.
Dare to deliberate upon dazzling degrees of dialogue:
Dog Dialogue- "Dumb Cat!"
Direction Dialogue- "Drive directly to Dugout Road and turn diagonally till discovering Dragonfly Drive. Then...
Farmer's Wife: "Dang, Daniel, you smell like durned dog dung and dirt."
Prairie Woman: "Dottie was draped in doo-dads that disguised her dreary dirndl dress."
Unfinished Dialogue : Distraught Mother in a dither: "Don't dare display that discourteous disrespectful tone. I declare..."
Code Dialogue "Damsel Disaster on 3" (Clean up on Aisle 3)
Debaters Dialogue: "Did too!" "Did not!" "Did too!" "Did not!"
Demonic Dialogue: Question: "Do demons deal with dark dastardly diabolical devils?"
Answer: "Their deadly debauchery defies description. Put that in your diseased death's head and rattle it. "
Desperate Dialogue of Debbie the Dramatic Diva during bedtime: "A drop of drink before I die? I'm debilitated, and declining in fluids. You dare deny your daughter a drink?"
Dead End: Dare to dream. Don't dream to dare.