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Daunting
discouraging through fear
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Dearth
A scarce supply; a lack
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Debonaire
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Of pleasant manners; courteous, gracious, and charming
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Deceit
The act or practice of deceiving; concealment or distortion of the truth for the purpose of misleading; duplicity; fraud; cheating
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Decline
1. Downward movement, fall
2. A weakening
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Decoration
1. the act of decorating
2. adornment or ornament
3. a badge, medal, etc., conferred
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Decree
An authoritative order having the force of law
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Deem
To regard as; consider
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Deficit
Inadequacy or insufficiency
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Deities
1. A god or goddess
2. The state of being divine [Latin deus god]
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Deity
1. A god or goddess
2. The state of being divine [Latin deus god]
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Delegate
1. To authorize someone to be a delegate
2. To commit a task to someone, especially a subordinate
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Delusion
A false belief or opinion
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Demise
Death
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Demonstrative
1. expressing one's feelings openly
2. serving to prove, show or illustrate
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Demoralize
To destroy morale; to dishearten
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Denouement
In literature, a denouement consists of a series of events that follow the climax of a drama or narrative, and thus serves as the conclusion of the story
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Depict
To represent in words; describe.
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Deplore
1. To feel or express strong disapproval of; condemn.
2. To express sorrow or grief over.
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Depravation
1. The act of depraving, or making anything bad; the act of corrupting
2. Change for the worse; deterioration
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Depravity
A corrupt act or practice
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Deprecate
1. To express disapproval of
2. To recommend against use of
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Derision
Contemptuous or jeering laughter; ridicule
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Desolation
1. devastation or ruin
2. loneliness or wretchedness
3. sorrow or grief
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Despair
Total loss of hope
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Despicable
Fit or deserving to be despised; contemptible; mean; vile; worthless
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Despondency
Depression of spirits from loss of hope, confidence, or courage; dejection.
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Destitute
Lacking something; devoid; especially lacking money; poor
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Dharma
Lit. that which upholds, supports or maintains the regulatory order of the universe. It means Law or Natural Law and is a concept of central importance in Indian philosophy and religion.
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Dichotomy
1. Division into two, usually contradictive parts
2. Branching characterized by successive folklore into two approximately equal divisions
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Diffidence
Timidity or shyness.
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Din
A loud unpleasant confused noise
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Diogenes
(412-323 B.C.) a Greek cynic philosopher
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Discomfiture
1. frustration of hopes or plans
2. confusion; embarrassment
3. defeat in battle
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Disdain
Despise
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Disenfranchise
Not having any rights
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Dismal
Characterized by ineptness or lack of skill, competence, effectiveness, imagination, or interest; pitiful
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Disparate
fundamentally different or distinct in quality or kind
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Disparity
Distinctness in kind
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Disposition
1. mental outlook or mood
2. an inclination or tendency
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Dispossess
Having suffered the loss of expectations, prospects, relationships, etc.; disinherited; disaffiliated; alienated
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Disrelish
To have distaste for; dislike
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Dissident
One who disagrees or dissents
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Dissipate
To drive away, disperse
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Dissipation
Unrestrained indulgence in physical pleasures
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Dissuade
To advise against
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Dodo
A clumsy, flightless, extinct bird
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Dogma
a specific tenet or doctrine authoritatively laid down, as by a church
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Dormant
Temporarily inactive
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Downtrodden
1. trampled on or down
2. oppressed; subjugated; tyrannized over
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Dreg
Rubbish; lowest form of human life; anything thrown away
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Drone
To make a dull, continued, monotonous sound
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Duress
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1. compulsion by threat
2. wrongful imprisonment
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