English Vocabulary Words Meanings
for 21st March



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English Vocabulary Words Meanings for 21st March :

  1. Discourage (v) : dishearten, dispirit, dissuade, deject


  2. Discourse (n) : a sermon, talk, a lecture


  3. Discourtesy (n) : rudeness, incivility


  4. Discover (v) : find out, discern


  5. Discovery (n) : a finding, something discovered


  6. Discreditable (adj.) : disgraceful, bringing discredit


  7. Discreet (adj.) : prudent, cautious, judicious


  8. Discrepancy (n) : disagreement in consistency, difference


  9. Discrete (adj.) : discontinuous, distinct


  10. Discretion (n) : judgement, caution, prudence


  11. Discriminate (v) : discern differentiate, to choose out, treat partially


  12. Discrimination (n) : discernment, making a difference, judgement


  13. Discursive (adj.) : rambling, argumentative, nit keeping to the point


  14. Discuss (v) : talk about, debate, argue for and against


  15. Discussion (n) : debate, a serious talk, consideration by argument, comment etc,


  16. Disdain (v) : be too proud, to look down on, to despise


  17. Disease (n) : ailment, disorder of body or mind


  18. Disembark (v) : put on shore, to come ashore, to arrive


  19. Disembarrass (v) : disentangle, to free from difficulty, relieve


  20. Disembody (v) : to set free from the body, disband troops


  21. Disengage (v) : disunite, detach, disconnect


  22. Disentangle (v) : to free from complexity


  23. Disfavour (n) : dislike, disapproval


  24. Disfigure (n) : spoil the appearance of


  25. Disfranchise (v) : deprive right to vote


  26. Disgrace (n) : shame, dishonour, discredit


  27. Disgrace (v) : bring shame to


  28. Disgruntled (adj.) : discontented, moody


  29. Disguise (n) : a dress used to change appearance


  30. Disgust (n) : strong dislike, loathing


  31. Disgust (v) : displease, cause dislike


  32. Disgusting (adj.) : creating an aversion


  33. Disgusting (adv) : disgustingly


  34. Dish (n) : a plate in which food is served, a combination of food so held


  35. Disharmony (n) : want of unity of action or thought


  36. Dishearten (v) : discourage, to take away confidence


  37. Dishevel (v) : disorder the hair


  38. Dishonest (adj.) : not honest, insincere


  39. Dishonesty (n) : fraud, unfairness




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