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dispassion.noun
freedom from passion, bias.or.emotion; objectivity
dispassionate.adjective
devoid of or unaffected by passion, emotion or bias
dispassionately.adverb
dispassionateness.noun

debut.noun
the beginning of a course of action (the debut of a new dress; he made his debut appearance on his first day ever at school); a first public appearance, as of a performer
transitive.and.intransitive use-debuted,debuting,debuts

dissimilar.adjective
unlike; different
dissimilarly.adverb
dissimilarity.noun,.plural.dissimilarities
the.quality of being distinct or unlike; difference; a point of distinction or difference

drudge.noun
a person who does tedious, menial or unpleasant work
drudge, drudged, drudging, drudges.intransitive verbs
to do tedious, unpleasant or menial work
drudger.noun
drudgingly.adverb
drudge.verb
drudgery.noun,.plural.drudgeries
tedious, menial or unpleasant.work

declaim, declaimed, declaiming, declaims.verbs
intransitive verb use.to speak loudly and vehemently; inveigh
transitive verb use.to utter or recite with rhetorical effect
declaimer.noun,.plural.declaimers
declamation.noun,.plural.declamations
a recitation delivered as an exercise in rhetoric or elocution; vehement.oratory; a speech marked by strong feeling; a tirade
declamatory.adjective
having the quality of a declamation; pretentiously.rhetorical; bombastic

deplore, deplored, deploring, deplores.transitive verbs
to feel or express strong disapproval of; condemn
deplorable.adjective
worthy of severe condemnation or reproach (a deplorable condition of neglect); lamentable; woeful; wretched; bad (deplorable housing conditions in the inner city)
deplorableness.or.deplorability.noun
deplorably.adverb

dismal.adjective
causing gloom or depression; dreary (dismal weather); took a dismal view of the economy; characterized by ineptitude, dullness or a lack of merit (a dismal book, a dismal performance on the cello)
dismally.adverb
dismalness.noun

disinform, disinformed, disinforming, disinforms.transitive verbs
to give disinformation to
disinformer.or.disinformant.noun
disinformation.noun
deliberately.misleading.information.announced.publicly or leaked by a government or an arm of the government such as an intelligence agency in order to influence public opinion; dissemination of such misleading information by various means; compare misinformation
disinformation.attributive.often used to modify another noun (disinformation operations, disinformation experts); how to tell if you're on a disinformation site (type that into a search engine)

disorder.noun,.plural.disorders
a disorder is a problem or illness which affects someone's mind or body and refers to an upset in proper.functioning of body frequencies; a lack of order or regular arrangement in something (example); confusion; a breach of civic.order or peace; an ailment that affects the function of mind or body (eating disorders; disorder in one's life is everything unwanted that is burdening a person, everything that wants to rob a person of the joy of living)
disorder, disordered, disordering, disorders.transitive verbs
to throw into confusion or disarray; to disturb the normal physical or mental health of; derange
disorderly.adjective
lacking.regular or logical order or arrangement (a disorderly pile of clothes in the kids bedroom); undisciplined; unruly (disorderly youths); in law, disturbing the public peace or decorum
disorderliness.noun

dejected.adjective
being in low spirits; despondent; depressed
dejectedly.adverb
dejectedness.noun
deject, dejected, dejecting, dejects.transitive verbs
to lower the spirits of; dishearten

dejection.noun
dejection is a feeling of sadness that you get, for example when you have just been disappointed by something (there was a slight air of dejection about her); the state of being dejected; low spirits

disincline, disinclined, disinclining, disinclines.transitive verbs
to make reluctant or averse
intransitive verb use.to be unwilling
disinclination.noun
a lack of inclination; a mild aversion or reluctance

diarrhea.noun
evacuation of watery feces; one of its causes is the antibiotic.penicillin
diarrheal.or.diarrheic.or.diarrhetic.adjective

dreary, drearier, dreariest.adjectives
dismal; bleak; boring; dull (dreary tasks)
drearily.adverb
dreariness.noun

disarray.noun
a state of disorder; confusion; disorderly dress
disarray, disarrayed, disarraying, disarrays.transitive verbs
to throw into confusion; upset

decide, decided, deciding, decides.verbs
transitive verb use.to settle conclusively all contention or uncertainty about (decided to go to Fiji for a holiday); to cause to make or reach a decision
intransitive verb use.mental movement where something is selected; to pronounce a judgment; announce a decision; to make up one's mind (I've decided to ride a bicycle)
decidable.adjective
decidability.noun,.plural.decidabilities
decider.noun,.plural.deciders

decision.noun,.plural.decisions
mental movement where something is decided; being sure in mind after consideration of something; reaching a conclusion or making up one's mind
decision, decisioned, decisioning, decisions.transitive verbs
to achieve a victory over, as in boxing (he decisioned his opponent in the third round of the match)
decisional.adjective

decisive.adjective
having the power to decide; conclusive; characterized by decision and firmness; resolute; beyond doubt; unmistakable
decisively.adverb
decisiveness.noun

decade.noun,.plural.decades
a period of ten years; a group or series of ten

droop, drooped, drooping, droops.verbs
intransitive verb use.to bend or hang downward; to bend or sag gradually (flowers drooping in the midday heat); to slump
transitive verb use.to let bend or hang down
droop.noun
the act or condition of drooping
droopily.or.droopingly.adverb
droopy.adjective

discomfit, discomfited, discomfiting, discomfits.transitive verbs
to make uneasy or perplexed; disconcert; defeat; vanquish; frustrated; to thwart the plans of
discomfiture.noun
frustration or disappointment; lack of ease; perplexity and embarrassment

delay, delayed, delaying, delays.verbs
transitive verb use.to postpone until a later time; defer; to cause to be later or slower than expected or desired (heavy traffic delayed us)
intransitive verb use.to act or move slowly; put off an action or a decision
delay.noun
the act of delaying; postponement.(responded without delay); the condition of being delayed; detainment; the period of time during which one is delayed; the interval of time between two events
delayer.noun

dour, dourer, dourest.adjectives
marked by sternness or harshness; forbidding (a dour, self sacrificing life); gloomy; glum; sternly.obstinate; unyielding (a dour determination)
dourly.adverb
dourness.noun

deter, deterred, deterring, deters.verbs
transitive verb use.to prevent or discourage from acting; dissuade
intransitive verb use.to prevent or discourage the occurrence of an action
deterrable.adjective
determent,deterrer.nouns

deterrent.adjective
tending to deter.(the presence of police provides an intelligent deterrent to crime)
deterrent.noun
something that deters (a deterrent to theft is children taught morals)

disrespectful.adjective
having or exhibiting a lack of respect; rude and discourteous
disrespectfully.adverb
disrespectfulness.noun
disrespect.noun
lack of respect, esteem or courteous.regard
disrespect, disrespected, disrespecting, disrespects.transitive verbs
to show a lack of respect for (disrespected her elders who were only wanted to help her with advice to protect here; disrespected the law)

dishonest.adjective
disposed to lie, cheat, defraud, deceive or sabotage; resulting from or marked by a lack of honesty; not honest and so deceiving or cheating people; crooked
dishonestly.adverb
dishonesty.noun,.plural.dishonesties
lack of honesty or integrity; a dishonest act or statement; improbity

dishonor.noun,.plural.dishonors
loss of honor, respect or reputation; disgrace; the condition of having lost honor or good repute; a cause of loss of honor; failure to pay or refusal to accept a note, a bill or another obligation (her cheque was dishonored)
dishonor, dishonored, dishonoring, dishonors.transitive verbs
to bring shame or disgrace upon; to treat in a disrespectful or demeaning.manner.(some politicians dishonor their office by neglecting service to the public); to fail or refuse to accept or pay (a note, bill or cheque, for example)
dishonorer.noun,.plural.dishonorers
dishonorable.adjective
characterized by or causing dishonor or discredit; lacking integrity; unprincipled
dishonorably.adverb
dishonorableness.noun

disallow,disallowed,disallowing,disallows.transitive verbs
to refuse to allow; to reject as invalid, untrue or improper
disallowable.adjective
disallowance.noun

dalliance.noun,.plural.dalliances
frivolous spending of time; dawdling; playful flirtation

dinoflagellate.noun,.plural.dinoflagellates
any of numerous minute, chiefly marine protozoans of the order Dinoflagellata, characteristically having two flagellum and a cellulose covering and forming one of the chief.constituents of plankton; dinoflagellates include bioluminescent forms and forms that produce red tide
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