Difficult English Words for 12th March

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Difficult English Words for 12th March :

  1. Defiant (adj.) : bold, resisting, disobedient


  2. Deficiency (n) : insufficiency, a shortage


  3. Deficient (adj.) : wanting, imperfect


  4. Deficit (n) : deficiency


  5. Defile (v) : contaminate, march in files


  6. Define (v) : to set out the limits to fix the meaning of


  7. Definite (adj.) : exact, sure


  8. Definitely (adj.) : exactly, surely


  9. Definition (n): explanation of the exact meaning, exposition


  10. Deflate (v) : reduce inflation, release air from


  11. Deflect (v) : to turn to a side, distract, bend


  12. Deflection (n) : deviation


  13. Deforest (v) : clear off the forest


  14. Disforest (v) : clear off the forest


  15. Deform (v) : make ugly


  16. Deformity (n) : unnatural form of the body


  17. Defraud (v) : cheat


  18. Defray (v) : discharge, pay for, settle


  19. Deft (adj.) : handy, skilled


  20. Defunct (adj.) : no longer in existence, dead


  21. Defy (v) : challenge, dare, act against


  22. Degenerate (v) : fall off in quality


  23. Degenerate (n) : falling off in quality


  24. Deglutition (n) : the power of swallowing


  25. Degradation (n) : disgrace


  26. Degrade (v) : reduce in grade or rank, to disgrace


  27. Degrading (adj.) : bringing discredit


  28. Degree (n) : a grade or rank


  29. Deify (v) : make a God of, worship as a God


  30. Design (v) : condescend


  31. Deity (n) : God


  32. Dejected (adj.) : depressed, sad


  33. Dejection (n) : sorrow, depression


  34. Delay (v) : to be late


  35. Delay (n) : act of being late


  36. Delectable (adj.) : delightful, pleasant


  37. Delegate (n) : a representative


  38. Delegate (v) : send as a representative, depute the responsibility


  39. Delegation (n) : representative body, act of delegating


  40. Delete (v) : strike out, rub out


  41. Deleterious (adj.) : destructive, poisonous


  42. Deliberate (v) : consult, ponder


  43. Deliberate (adj.) : careful, leisurely


  44. Delicacies (n) : choice and pleasing food


  45. Delicacy (n) : difficult position, softness


  46. Delicate (adj.): not coarse, fine


  47. Delicious (adj.) : very useful, highly pleasing




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