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no longer existing. Think: DE-FUNCTION.
delightful; delicious. Think: DELICIOUS ELECTABLE
harmful. Think: DELETES,
leader who gains power by trickery. Think: DEMIGOD
to define; to set apart. Think: MARK IT
popular; common. Think: DEMOCRATIC.
to object. Think: MURMUR
attack the reputation of or to put down. Think: DENY I'M GREAT.
inhabitant; one who often at a place. Think: DEN CITIZEN,
stripped bare. Think: NUDE
to use up. Think: DELETE
to take by force; to ravage; to ruin. Think: PREDATOR
to make fun of. 2 Think: DEE'S RIDE.
to catch sight of; to discover. Think: DESCRIBE.
to violate something sacred. Think: DE-SACRED.
dried out. Think: DESERT SICK
stripped of value. Think: SPOILED.
an all-powerful ruler. Think: DESPICABLE
completely lacking. Think: THE VOID.
skill; good coordination. Think: DEXTER.
devilish. Think: DIE ABOLISH
so flimsy as to be see- through. Think: DIANA'S FAN.
an angry speech. Think: DIE TRIBE
designed to teach. Think: DICTIONARY TACTIC.
timid. Think: DIFFICULT DENTURES
tending to procrastinate. Think: DELAY LATER.
a dabbler; one with superficial knowledge of an area. Think: DILUTED
force; power. Think: Hulk's DENT.
to embarrass or confuse. Think: DISCOMFORT.
to confuse or frustrate. Think: DISS the CONCERT
(adjective): having or showing self- restraint and good judgment. Think: THIS SECRET,
individually distinct; separate. Think: CRETE
to notice subtle variations. Think: one meaning is criminal; one is neutral.
displeased. Think: GRUNTED.
showing rejection and contempt for. Think: DISMISS.
Disparage (verb): to insult or put down. Think: DESPAIR and RAGE
speed; efficiency. Think: DISPATCHER
inclined to argue. Think: DISPUTE
to mislead, hide or conceal. Think: DISASSEMBLE gun.
spread out. 2 Think: DISS 'EM, NATE
swelling. Think: DIS- TENSION.
to stress out from indecision. Think: DITZ DO EITHER.
daily; of the daytime. Think: The URINAL
creating disunity. Think: DIVIDE
Calm, even-tempered. Think: DOCTOR.
stubborn determination. Think: DOG-NESS.
poorly written verse. Think: DOG VERSE.
stubborn; inflexible. Think: DOG bath.
sad; mournful. Think: DOLORES'S DOLDRUMS
temporarily inactive. Think: DOORMAN
gloomy; stern. Think: SOUR.
cruelly strict. Think: DRACO Malfoy.
funny. Think: ROLL (with laughter).
doubtful or suspect. Think: DUBSTEP
to trick. Think: DOPE
deceptive. Think: DUPLICATE-NESS.
grumpy. Think: PEPTO-Bismol.
excitedly enthusiastic. Think: RED BULL.
varied. Think: SELECTION COLLECTION.
made less visible. Think: ERASED.
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