English Words Dictionary for 14th March



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English Words Dictionary for 14th March :

  1. Dentist (n) : a dental surgeon


  2. Denude (v) : to lay bare, take away covering


  3. Denunciation (n) : accusation of crime before a public prosecutor


  4. Deny (v) : refuse, to say that something is not true


  5. Deodorize (n) : to remove the smell from


  6. Depart (v) : leave, turn aside


  7. Departed (adj.) : dead, late, bygone


  8. Departed (n) : the dead


  9. Department (n) : division, section, branch


  10. Departure (n) : death, act of going away


  11. Depend (v) : to rely on, put trust in


  12. Dependable (adj.) : reliable


  13. Dependant (n) : one who depends upon others


  14. Dependent (adj.) : having need for help


  15. Depict (v) : explain in the form of picture, describe


  16. Deplete (v) : to empty, drain out, make smaller in amount


  17. Deplore (v) : to feel or show regret for


  18. Deploy (v) : post of different places, spread out(troops) so as to form a line


  19. Depopulate (v) : to reduce the number of people living in a country


  20. Deport (v) : carry away, transport, exile, to behave


  21. Deportation (n) : sending a person out of the country


  22. Deportment (n) : behaviour


  23. Depose (v) : to remove from a high position


  24. Deposit (n) : money deposited in a bank account, mater which settles down


  25. Deposit (v) : lay put for safe keeping


  26. Deposition (n) : declaration, removal from power


  27. Depot (n) : place where supplies are stored, a ware house


  28. Deprave (v) : to make bad; corrupt morale


  29. Depravity (n) : the state of being depraved


  30. Deprecate (n) : disapprove, to speak against


  31. Depreciate (n) : to fall in value


  32. Depreciate (n) : depreciation


  33. Depredation (n) : robbery, destruction of property


  34. Depress (v) : sink, lower, deject, sadden


  35. Depression (n) : shallow cavity, laziness, low spirits, dullness


  36. Deprivation (n) : the act of taking away from, hardship


  37. Deprive (v) : take away from, dispossess


  38. Depth (n) : deepness, distance below the surface


  39. Deputation (n) : the persons chosen to represent others, act of deputing


  40. Depute (v) : appoint as a substitute or in place of another


  41. Depute (adj.) : deputed




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