Good English Words for 15th March



English Vocabulary Index

Good English Words for 15th March :

  1. Deputy (n) : one who represents another person, assistant


  2. Derail (v) : cause to run off the rails


  3. Derange (v) : confuse, throw into disorder


  4. Derange (n) : derangement


  5. Deride (v) : to laugh at, mock


  6. Derision (n) : ridicule, mockery


  7. Derisive (adj.) : mocking, ridiculing


  8. Derisive (adv.) : derisively


  9. Derivation (n) : origin, tracing the origin (of a word) etymology


  10. Derive (v) : get, trace the origin of source of something


  11. Derringer (n) : a short gun


  12. Dervish (n) : a Muslim recluse, saint


  13. Descend (v) : come down, pass by inheritance


  14. Descendent (n) : offspring, one born in a family of ancestry


  15. Descent (n) : a coming down, a steep hill, a sudden attack, ancestry


  16. Describe (v) : give an account of tell, draw


  17. Description (n) : a picture of something in words


  18. Descriptive (adj.) : having the quality of describing


  19. Desecrate (v) : misuse, violate, pollute, defile


  20. Desert (v) : leave uncared for, abscond


  21. Desert (n) : a large sandy place


  22. Deserve (v) : be entitled to, ought to have


  23. Deserved (adj.) : entitled


  24. Deserving (adj.) : worthy


  25. Desiccate (v) :to dry up


  26. Desideration (n) : feeling the want


  27. Design (n) : a plan, sketch


  28. Design (v) : plan


  29. Designate (v) : to name, to appoint to an office


  30. Designate (adj.) : nominated


  31. Designation (n) : a distinctive name or title, a nomination, appointment


  32. Designedly (adj.) : by design, purposely


  33. Desirable (adj.) : worth having, agreeable


  34. Desire (n) : a wish, craving a request


  35. Desire (v) : to wish or long for request


  36. Desirous (adj.) : eager, wishful


  37. Desirous (adv.) : desirously


  38. Desist (v) : to cease


  39. Desk (n) : a table with a sloping top for reading, writing, etc,


  40. Desolate (adj.) :laid waste, lonely and sad


  41. Desolation (n) : laying waste, loneliness, sorrow


  42. Despair (n) : loss of hope


  43. Despair (v) : have no hope, lose hope


  44. Despatch (v) :send off, finish, do quickly, to kill


  45. Despatch (n) : sending off the mail, speed killing


  46. Dispatch (v) :send off, finish, do quickly, to kill


  47. Dispatch (n) : sending off the mail, speed killing




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