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Sadlier-Oxford building an enriched vocabulary

Sadlier-Oxford building an enriched vocabulary
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dapper
neatly and stylishly dressed. Adjective
defect
A)a flaw or shortcoming. noun

B)To desert long country, cause, or the like for another. verb
deffer
A)to put off or postponed. verb

B) To yield courteously is the to the wishes or judgments of someone else. verb
dejected
in very low spirits. Adjective
delete
to strike out or remove. verb
delineate
to make an accurate line drawing or diagram of; to portray or describe in detail. verb
delinquent
A)neglectful of the duty or obligation; seriously overdue. Adjective

B) A person who fails to perform a duty; and offender. Noun
delude
to mislead or deceive. verb
demure
modest and reserved in dress, manner, or behavior. Adjective
denouement
to point at which the plot of the novel or drama is finally resolved; the outcome solution of a complex sequence of events. Noun
desultory
shifting from one thing to another without reason or propose; hazard or random. Adjective
deviate
A) to move away from, especially what is considered normal, right, or acceptable. verb
B) a person who differs markedly in behavior, believe, or attitude from what is accepted as normal or proper. Noun
devoid
empty; lacking in. adjective
devout
deeply religious, earnest, sincere. Adjective
dexterous
skillful in using one's and or mind; clever. Adjective