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discernible
adj. Perceivable.
disclaim
v. To disavow any claim to, connection with, or responsibility to.
discomfit
v. To put to confusion.
disconsolate
adj. Grief-stricken.
discontinuance
n. Interruption or intermission.
discountenance
v. To look upon with disfavor.
discrepant
adj. Opposite.
discursive
adj. Passing from one subject to another.
disfigure
v. To impair or injure the beauty, symmetry, or appearance of.
disillusion
v. To disenchant.
disjunctive
adj. Helping or serving to disconnect or separate.
dislocate
v. To put out of proper place or order.
disobedient
adj. Neglecting or refusing to obey.
dispel
v. To drive away by or as by scattering in different directions.
dispossess
v. To deprive of actual occupancy, especially of real estate.
disputation
n. Verbal controversy.
disquiet
v. To deprive of peace or tranquillity.
disreputable
adj. Dishonorable or disgraceful.
disrepute
n. A bad name or character.
disrobe
v. To unclothe.
dissatisfy
v. To displease.
dissemble
v. To hide by pretending something different.
disseminate
v. To sow or scatter abroad, as seed is sown.
dissension
n. Angry or violent difference of opinion.
dissever
v. To divide.
dissipation
n. The state of being dispersed or scattered.
dissolute
adj. Lewd.
dissolution
n. A breaking up of a union of persons.
dissonance
n. Discord.
dissonant
adj. Harsh or disagreeable in sound.
dissuasion
n. The act of changing the purpose of or altering the plans of through persuasion, or pleading.
distemper
n. A disease or malady.
distend
v. To stretch out or expand in every direction.
distensible
adj. Capable of being stretched out or expanded in every direction.
distill
v. To extract or produce by vaporization and condensation.
distillation
n. Separation of the more volatile parts of a substance from those less volatile.
distiller
n. One occupied in the business of distilling alcoholic liquors.
distrain
v. To subject a person to distress.
distrainor
n. One who subjects a person to distress.
disunion
n. Separation of relations or interests.
disyllable
n. A word of two syllables.
diurnal
adj. Daily.
divagation
n. Digression.
divergent
adj. Tending in different directions.
divination
n. The pretended forecast of future events or discovery of what is lost or hidden.
divisible
adj. Capable of being separated into parts.
divisor
n. That by which a number or quantity is divided.
divulgence
n. A divulging.
dogma
n. A statement of religious faith or duty formulated by a body claiming authority.
dogmatic
adj. Making statements without argument or evidence.
dogmatize
v. To make positive assertions without supporting them by argument or evidence.
doleful
adj. Melancholy.
dolorous
adj. Expressing or causing sorrow or pain.
domineer
v. To rule with insolence or unnecessary annoyance.
donator
n. One who makes a donation or present.
donee
n. A person to whom a donation is made.
doublet
n. One of a pair of like things.
drachma
n. A modern and an ancient Greek coin.
dragoon
n. In the British army, a cavalryman.
dramatist
n. One who writes plays.
dramatize
v. To relate or represent in a dramatic or theatrical manner.
drudgery
n. Hard and constant work in any menial or dull occupation.
ductile
adj. Capable of being drawn out, as into wire or a thread.
duplicity
n. Double-dealing.
durance
n. Confinement.
dutiable
adj. Subject to a duty, especially a customs duty.
dwindle
v. To diminish or become less.
dyne
n. The force which, applied to a mass of one gram for 1 second, would give it a velocity of 1 cm/s.
earthenware
n. Anything made of clay and baked in a kiln or dried in the sun.
eatable
adj. Edible.
ebullient
adj. Showing enthusiasm or exhilaration of feeling.
eccentricity
n. Idiosyncrasy.
economize
v. To spend sparingly.
edify
v. To build up, or strengthen, especially in morals or religion.
educe
v. To draw out.
efface
v. To obliterate.
effectual
adj. Efficient.
effeminacy
n. Womanishness.
effervesce
v. To bubble up.
effervescent
adj. Giving off bubbles of gas.
effete
adj. Exhausted, as having performed its functions.
efficacious
adj. Effective.
efficacy
n. The power to produce an intended effect as shown in the production of it.
efflorescence
n. The state of being flowery, or a flowery appearance.
efflorescent
adj. Opening in flower.
effrontery
n. Unblushing impudence.
effulgence
n. Splendor.
effuse
v. To pour forth.
effusion
n. an outpouring.
egoism
n. The theory that places man''s chief good in the completeness of self.
egoist
n. One who advocates or practices egoism.
egotism
n. Self-conceit.
egotist
n. One given to self-mention or who is constantly telling of his own views and experiences.
egress
n. Any place of exit.
elapse
v. To quietly terminate: said of time.
elasticity
n. That property of matter by which a body tends to return to a former shape after being changed.
electrolysis
n. The process of decomposing a chemical compound by the passage of an electric current.
electrotype
n. A metallic copy of any surface, as a coin.
elegy
n. A lyric poem lamenting the dead.
elocution
n. The art of correct intonation, inflection, and gesture in public speaking or reading.
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