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Debauch
corrupt
Defection
desertion
Defer
delay till later
Deference
courteous regard for another's wish
defunct
dead
Deify
turn into a god
Deign
condescend
Deliberate
ponder
Delude
decieve
Delineate
portray
Demagogue
person who appeals to people's prejudice
Demean
humiliate
Demoniac
fiendish
Demur
hesitate
Demure
grave
Denigrate
blacken
Denizen
resident
Denotation
meaning
Denouement
outcome
Deplore
disapprove of
Deploy
set out troops in an extended through shallow battle line
Depose
dethrone
Deposition
testimony under oath
Deprecate
express disapproval of
Depreciate
lessen in value
Depredation
plundering
Derelict
negligent
Derivative
unoriginal
Dermatologist
physician who studies the skin and its diseases
Deroagtory
expressing a low opinion
Descant
discuss fully
Descry
catch sight of
Desecrate
violate the sanctity of
Desolate adj
unpopulated
Desolate V
rob of joy
Despoil
strip of values
Despondent
gloomy
Despot
harsh
Desultory
aimless
Deterrent
something that discourages
Detraction
slandering
Dialectical
relating to the art of debate
Diaphanous
sheer
Diatribe
bitter scolding
Dictum
saying
Diffidence
shyness
Diffuse
wordy
Despot
harsh
Desultory
aimless
Deterrent
something that discourages
Derivative
unoriginal
Dermatologist
physician who studies the skin and its diseases
Deroagtory
expressing a low opinion
Descant
discuss fully
Descry
catch sight of
Desecrate
violate the sanctity of
Desolate adj
unpopulated
Desolate V
rob of joy
Despoil
strip of values
Despondent
gloomy
Dilapidated
ruined because of neglect
Dilate
expand
dilatory
delaying
dilettante
aimless follower of the arts
dilute
make less concentrated
diminution
lessening
Din
continued loud noise
dingy
dull
dint
effort
Diorama
life-size three-dimensional scene from nature or history
Dirge
lament with music
Disabuse
correct a false impression
Disaffected
disloyal
Disapprobation
disapproval
Disarray
a disorderly or untidy state
Disavowal
denial
Disburse
pay out
discernible
distinguishable
disclaim
disown
disclose
reveal