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The 1000 Most Common SAT Words - D3

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diaphanous
light, airy, transparent
didactic
1.intended to instruct 2.overly moralistic
diffident
shy, quiet, modest
diffuse
1.to scatter, thin out, break up 2.not concentrated, scattered, disorganized
dilatory
tending to delay, causing delay
diligent
showing care in doing one's work
diminutive
small or miniature
dirge
a mournful song, especially for a funeral
disaffected
rebellious, resentful of authority
disavow
to deny knowledge of or responsibility for
discern
to perceive, detect
disclose
to reveal, make public
discomfit
to thwart, baffle
discordant
not agreeing, not in harmony with
discrepancy
difference; failure of things to correspond
discretion
the quality of being reserved in speech or action; good judgment
discursive
rambling, lacking order
disdain
1.to scorn, hold in low esteem 2.scorn, low esteem
disgruntled
upset, not content
disheartened
feeling a loss of spirit or morale