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38 Cards in this Set

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Daunted
To discourahe; to frighten

adj
Dearth
Scarcity; lack; rare

noun
Decadence
Cultural and moral decline

noun
Defame
To attack someone's good reputation

verb
Deference
The act of submission to the opinionss of another; respect

noun
Defy
To challenge or dare

verb
Delineate
To describe; to portray; describe with accuracy

verb
Demise
Death; end or failure

noun
Denounce
To speak against someone publicly

verb
Deplete
Use up; exhaust; empty out

verb
Deplore
To grieve for; to regret

verb
Depose
To remove from a throne or other higher position

verb
Deprecate
To express disapprove

verb
Deride
To mock; to make fun of
Desecrate
Treat something usually sacred with disrespect

verb
Desiccant
A drying agent; a dehydrant

noun
Despondent
Having loss of hope

verb
Despot
An absolute

noun
Destitute
Lacking of the necessity of life, like food, shelter or clothing

adj
Desultory
Without system or purpose; unorganized

adj
Digress
To get away from the main subject

verb
Dilatory
Causing delat

adj
Diligent
Hardworking

adj
Discord
A lack of harmony; disagreement

noun
Discourse
A speech or lecture

noun
Discredit
To harm or lose reputation of; dishonor or disgrace

verb
Disparage
To talk down; depreciate; belittle

verb
Disparate
Different

adj
Dissent
Having a different opinion

noun
Dissolution
Break; bringing to an end

noun
Distended
Stretch out or expand

adj
Divergent
Separating, moving in different directions

adj
Dogmatic
Insisting on one's opinion without proofs; pushy

adj
Doleful
Sad; depressed

adj
Dolt
Stupid person

noun
Dormant
Not actively growing or functioning; asleep; inactive

adj
Dour
Sullen, gloomy stern, hard

adj
Duplicity
Sneakiness; deceit; deliberate deception

noun