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desultory
aimless; disconnected; rambling; haphazard

"De salt, Uri!"
deter
to prevent or discourage from happening

deter the dieter from eating
devastate
to ruin by violent action

devastated de vast state
devoid
completely lacking; void; empty; without

Avoid swimming pools devoid of water
diabolical
fiendish; devilish; nastily scheming
diaphanous
translucent; gossamer
discord
lack of harmony
disparage
to belittle; to reduce in esteem
distraught
anxious; worried; distressed
divers
several
doleful
sad; mournful
ebullient
bubbly; overflowing with excitement
edify
to enlighten; to educate
educe
to elicit
effete
tired; barren; decadent
emaciated
excessively thin; weak

space he ate
epitaph
memorial text carved on a tombstone
epitome
something that perfectly represents an entire class of things; embodiment
equestrian
pertaining to horsemanship; on horseback
equipoise
equality; balance; equilibrium

equi = equal. poise = balance
equivocal
capable of two interpretations; ambiguous

giving equal voice to two sides
equal + voice
erode
to diminish or destroy by small amounts

a road erodes
esoteric
known only by a few people
eulogy
praiseful speech at a funeral
exact
to demand

exacted from the colonists taxes
exhume
to remove from a grave; disinter

out of + earth, dirt
exigent
urgent; requiring immediate attention

exigent that I find a sexy gent
facetious
joking or jesting
fastidious
careful about details; impossible to satisfy
fatuous
inane; foolish; fatheaded
fawning
groveling; overly admiring
fecund
fertile
fetid
smelly

fetid feet that smell of feta cheese
filch
to steal
flagrant
deliberately conspicuous; glaring
foible
weakness, flaw
foment
to stir up; agitate; incite
forbearance
patience
formication
spontaneous abnormal sensation of ants or other insects running over the skin