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no longer living or existing
defunct
to render harmless
defuse
having sunk below a former or normal condition
degenerate
to send from one place to another; appoint; assign
delegate
injurious; harmful to health or well-being
deleterious
describe; to depict in words
delineate
uncontrollably wild excitement
delirium
leader who gains power using popular prejudices and false claims; leader of common people in ancient times
demagogue
a ceasing to exist; death
demise
affectedly modest or shy; coy
demure
the outcome, solution, unraveling, or clarification of a plot in a drama story
denouncement
to condemn strongly
denounce
of or like a despot; autocratic; tyrannical
despotic
living in complete poverty
destitute
disuse; the condition of not being used
desuetude
to explode violently and noisely
detonate
gradual shrinking or shrivelling
detumscene
to make helpless; overwhelm
devastate
not straightforward or frank
devious
matter of expression in words
diction
very small; tiny
diminutive
to rid of false ideas or misconceptions
disabuse
make out clearly
discern
upset the composure of
discombobulate
make uneasy
discomfit
embarassl confuse
disconcert
disagreement; conflict
discond
disagreeing; conflicting
discondant
impolite; rude and ill-mannered
discourteous
difference; inconsistency
discrepency