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22 terms

D, E, F vocabulary

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delude
to mislead; to fool; deceive
demure
quiet and modest; reserved
deplete
to use up, to lessen in amount or value
deter
to discourage or prevent from taking action
dexterous
(adj.) skillful in the use of hands or body; clever
discord
lack of agreement or harmony
disparage
To speak of negatively; to belittle
disseminate
to dispense objects; to distribute
distraught
deeply distressed or agitated; worried; frantic
diverse
differing in some characteristics; various; assorted; divergent
emaciated
extremely thin; weak
efface
to erase, to wear away
emulate
to imitate with the intent of equaling or surpassing the model
epitome
a typical representation of something; a person who embodies a quality
equestrian
having to do with horseback riding
euphemism
An indirect, less offensive way of saying something that is considered unpleasant
fabricate
to invent; to concoct; to make up a story in order to deceive
feasible
Possible, able to be done
flaunt
show off; display in a showy manner
fluctuate
to change back and forth or vary greatly
forte
strong point or special talent in a person's character
frugal
sparing, thrifty, economical; miserly