Mostly Used English Words
for 20th March

English Vocabulary Index

Mostly Used English Words for 20th March :

  1. Disable (v) : make unfit, cripple


  2. Disaffection (n) : dislike, hostility, disgust


  3. Disafforest (v) : cut down trees and clear the forest


  4. Disagree (v) : think differently, be different from quarrel


  5. Disagreement (n) : difference of opinion, quarrel


  6. Disallow (v) : refuse to allow, reject


  7. Disappear (v) : go out of sight, vanish


  8. Disappoint (v) : spoil hope, make unhappy


  9. Disappointment (n) : distress resulting from frustration


  10. Disapprove (v) : regard as wrong, dislike, do not approve, reject


  11. Disarmament (n) : act of reducing military strength and equipment


  12. Disarrange (v) : undo an arrangement, put out of order


  13. Disaster (n) : calamity, sudden misfortune


  14. Disavow (v) : say that one does not know, deny


  15. Disband (v) : break up, disperse


  16. Disbelief (n) : lack of belief, refusal to believe


  17. Disbelieve (v) : suspect, refuse to believe


  18. Disburse (v) : pay out, expend


  19. Disc (n) : disk, a flat circular plate


  20. Disk (n) : disc, a flat circular plate


  21. Discard (v) : reject, give up


  22. Discern (v) : perceive, discriminate, recognize


  23. Discharge (v) : dismiss, perform, unload, fire a gun, to set free


  24. Discharge (n) : dismissal, performance


  25. Disciple (n) : pupil, follower


  26. Discipline (n) : education, orderliness, restraint


  27. Discipline (v) : force to obey orders, punish


  28. Disclaim (v) : disown, give up all claims


  29. Disclaimer (n) : a denial, a repudiation


  30. Disclose (v) : uncover, tell openly, exposé


  31. Discolour (v) : to spoil or change the colour


  32. Discomfit (v) : hinder, defeat, to embarrass


  33. Discomfort (n) : inconvenience


  34. Discomfort (v) : cause in convenience


  35. Disconcert (v) : confuse, upset


  36. Disconnect (v) : separate


  37. Discontent (n) : lack of content, dissatisfaction


  38. Discontented (adj.) : dissatisfied


  39. Discontinue (v) : leave off, cease put an end to


  40. Discord (n) : strife


  41. Discount (n) : deduction in the price


  42. Discountenance (v) : show disapproval of, discourage




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