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despisable

despisable

adj

  1. (archaic) Worthy to be despised.

despiteful

despiteful

adj

  1. (archaic) Full of despite; expressing malice or contemptuous hate.

despiteous

despiteous

adj

  1. Dispiteous.
  2. Full of contempt or ill will; opprobrious; insulting.

despoilers

despoilers

noun

  1. plural of despoiler

despoiling

despoiling

verb

  1. present participle of despoil

desponding

desponding

adj

  1. That causes despondency; disheartening.

noun

  1. A feeling or expression of despondency.

verb

  1. present participle of despond

despotical

despotical

adj

  1. Despotic.

despoticly

despoticly

adv

  1. Archaic form of despotically.

despotisms

despotisms

noun

  1. plural of despotism

desynapsis

desynapsis

noun

  1. The separation of homologous chromosomes in the diplotene period of meiotic prophase

desynaptic

desynaptic

adj

  1. Relating to desynapsis.

developist

deviascope

diabolepsy

diapedeses

diapedeses

noun

  1. plural of diapedesis

diapedesis

diapedesis

noun

  1. The migration of blood cells, especially leucocytes, through the intact walls of blood vessels into the surrounding tissue.

diaphonies

diaphonies

noun

  1. plural of diaphony

diaphorase

diaphorase

noun

  1. (biochemistry) Any of a group of flavoprotein enzymes that catalyze the reduction of cytochrome and other similar compounds

diaphyseal

diaphyseal

adj

  1. Of or pertaining to diaphysis

diaporesis

diaspidine

diastrophe

dicephalus

didelphous

didelphous

adj

  1. Synonym of didelphic

diipenates

diophysite

diosphenol

diosphenol

noun

  1. (chemistry) any of a class of cyclic α-diketones which exist as enols

diotrephes

dipetalous

dipetalous

adj

  1. (botany) Having two petals.

diphosgene

diphosgene

noun

  1. (organic chemistry) The highly chlorinated ester trichloromethyl chloroformate that is used in organic synthesis, and was once used as a military poison

diplacuses

diploidies

diploidies

noun

  1. plural of diploidy

diplomates

diplomates

noun

  1. plural of diplomate

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of diplomate

diplophase

diplophase

noun

  1. (biology) The diploid phase in the life cycle of an organism

dipneustal

dipsaceous

dipsaceous

adj

  1. (botany) Belonging to the family Dipsaceae, including teasels.

dipsadinae

dipyrenous

dipyrenous

adj

  1. (botany) Containing two stones or nutlets.

disapostle

disapparel

disapparel

verb

  1. (transitive) To disrobe; to strip of clothing.

disappears

disappears

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disappear

disapprove

disapprove

verb

  1. (intransitive) To condemn; to consider wrong or inappropriate; used with of.
  2. (transitive) To refuse to approve; reject.
  3. She disapproves of rap music because of its sometimes aggressive lyrics.
  4. To have or express an unfavorable opinion.

disaproned

discepting

discepting

verb

  1. present participle of discept

discerping

discerping

verb

  1. present participle of discerp

discipline

discipline

noun

  1. (Catholicism) A whip used for self-flagellation.
  2. A category in which a certain art, sport or other activity belongs.
  3. A controlled behaviour; self-control.
  4. A flagellation as a means of obtaining sexual gratification.
  5. A punishment to train or maintain control.
  6. A set of rules regulating behaviour.
  7. A specific branch of knowledge or learning.
  8. A state of order based on submission to authority.
  9. A systematic method of obtaining obedience.
  10. An enforced compliance or control.

verb

  1. (transitive) To impose order on someone.
  2. (transitive) To punish someone in order to (re)gain control.
  3. (transitive) To teach someone to obey authority.
  4. (transitive) To train someone by instruction and practice.

discompose

discompose

verb

  1. (transitive) To destroy the composure of; to disturb or agitate.
  2. (transitive) To disarrange, or throw into a state of disorder.

discophile

discophile

noun

  1. record collector

discophore

discophore

noun

  1. (zoology) Any of the Discophora.

discrepant

discrepant

adj

  1. Showing difference; inconsistent, dissimilar.

noun

  1. (archaic) A dissident.

discrepate

disculpate

disculpate

verb

  1. (transitive) To free from blame or the imputation of a fault; to exonerate.

disemplane

disemplane

verb

  1. Synonym of deplane (“disembark from an airplane”)

disemploys

disemploys

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disemploy

disempower

disempower

verb

  1. To remove authority or (official) confidence from (someone or some group) to do something (such as administer a state function), as by demoting, disestablishing, or unincorporating a group.
  2. To remove morale or self-confidence from (someone or some group) to do something.

disenvelop

disenvelop

verb

  1. To unwrap or disentangle.

disepalous

disepalous

adj

  1. (botany) Having two sepals.

disespouse

disespouse

verb

  1. (poetic, transitive) To release from espousal or plighted faith.

disimprove

disimprove

verb

  1. (informal, rare, influenced by the German verb verschlimmbessern) To try to make something better but end up making it worse.
  2. (intransitive, rare) to deteriorate.
  3. (transitive, rare) to make worse.

diskophile

dispansive

disparaged

disparaged

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of disparage

disparager

disparager

noun

  1. One who disparages.

disparages

disparages

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disparage

disparpled

disparpled

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of disparple

dispatched

dispatched

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of dispatch

dispatcher

dispatcher

noun

  1. (computing) A piece of software responsible for assigning priorities and resources to tasks waiting to be scheduled.
  2. (gambling, slang) Any die used for cheating, whether fraudulently weighted or bearing duplicate numbers.
  3. In a transportation organization, a person who controls the movements of vehicles.
  4. agent noun of dispatch; one who dispatches.

dispatches

dispatches

noun

  1. plural of dispatch

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dispatch

dispelling

dispelling

verb

  1. present participle of dispel

dispending

dispending

verb

  1. present participle of dispend

dispensary

dispensary

noun

  1. (dated) Synonym of pharmacy, particularly one included in a hospital that does not act as a point of sale.
  2. A retail establishment that sells marijuana and related supplies to customers with a prescription to use it for medical purposes.
  3. An institution that dispenses medical supplies and advice.

dispensate

dispensers

dispensers

noun

  1. plural of dispenser

dispensing

dispensing

noun

  1. The act by which something is dispensed or served out.

verb

  1. present participle of dispense

dispensive

dispeopled

dispeopled

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of dispeople

dispeopler

dispeopler

noun

  1. One who, or that which, dispeoples; a depopulator.

dispergate

disperiwig

dispermous

dispermous

adj

  1. (botany) Having only two seeds.

dispersals

dispersals

noun

  1. plural of dispersal

dispersant

dispersant

noun

  1. (chemistry) Any substance that is used to prevent settling or clumping of particles suspended in a liquid.

dispersers

dispersers

noun

  1. plural of disperser

dispersing

dispersing

verb

  1. present participle of disperse

dispersion

dispersion

noun

  1. (medicine) The removal of inflammation.
  2. (optics) The separation of visible light by refraction or diffraction.
  3. A process of dispersing.
  4. The degree of scatter of data.
  5. The state of being dispersed; dispersedness.

dispersity

dispersity

noun

  1. (countable) The extent to which something is dispersed.
  2. (uncountable) The state of being dispersed, of being a dispersion.

dispersive

dispersive

adj

  1. That becomes dispersed
  2. That causes dispersion

dispersoid

dispersoid

noun

  1. Dispersoids are ultrafine nanometer-scale and numerous finely divided particles of one substance dispersed within another liquid or solid. For example carbon or niobium in a steel matrix.
  2. colloid

disphenoid

disphenoid

adj

  1. (mineralogy) Of or pertaining to a crystal form bounded by eight scalene triangles arranged in pairs, constituting a tetragonal scalenohedron.
  2. (mineralogy) Of or pertaining to a wedge-shaped crystal form of the tetragonal or orthorhombic system.

noun

  1. (geometry) A non-regular tetrahedron whose four faces are congruent acute-angled triangles.

dispirited

dispirited

adj

  1. Without energy, gusto or drive, enervated, without the will to accomplish, disheartened.

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of dispirit

dispiteous

dispiteous

adj

  1. (archaic, literary) Not showing mercy or pity.

displanted

displanted

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of displant

displeased

displeased

adj

  1. Not pleased or happy with something.

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of displease

displeaser

displeaser

noun

  1. One who displeases.

displeases

displeases

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of displease

displenish

displenish

verb

  1. (Scotland, transitive) To deprive or strip, as a house of furniture, or a barn of stock.

disportive

disposable

disposable

adj

  1. Available to be used.
  2. That can be disposed of.
  3. That is designed to be discarded rather than reused, refilled or repaired.

noun

  1. Any object that is designed to be disposed of rather than refilled or repaired.

disposedly

disposedly

adv

  1. in a disposed manner; in good order; with measured steps.

dispossess

dispossess

verb

  1. (sports) To take possession of the ball/puck etc. (from someone).
  2. To deprive someone of possession in general.
  3. To deprive someone of the possession of land, especially by evicting them.

dispraised

dispraised

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of dispraise

dispraiser

dispraiser

Noun

  1. One who blames.

dispreader

dispreader

noun

  1. (archaic) One who spreads or propagates.

disprepare

disprepare

verb

  1. (obsolete, transitive) To render unprepared.

disprofess

disprofess

verb

  1. (obsolete, rare) To give up, renounce.

dispromise

disprovide

disprovide

verb

  1. (obsolete, transitive) Not to provide; to fail to provide.

dispurpose

dispurpose

verb

  1. (transitive, obsolete) To dissuade; to frustrate.

disputable

disputable

adj

  1. Of opinions, propositions or questions, subject to dispute; not settled.

disputeful

disrepairs

disrepairs

noun

  1. plural of disrepair

disreputed

disreputed

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of disrepute

disreputes

disreputes

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disrepute

disrespect

disrespect

noun

  1. A lack of respect, esteem or courteous behaviour.

verb

  1. (transitive) To show a lack of respect to someone or something.

disruptive

disruptive

adj

  1. (business) Causing major change, as in a market.
  2. Causing disruption or unrest.

disrupture

disrupture

noun

  1. Alternative form of disruption

disscepter

dissceptre

dissipable

dissipable

adj

  1. (obsolete) Capable of being dissipated or dispersed.

dissipated

dissipated

adj

  1. Wasteful of health or possessions in the pursuit of pleasure.

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of dissipate

dissipater

dissipater

noun

  1. Alternative form of dissipator

dissipates

dissipates

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dissipate

distempers

distempers

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of distemper

disulphate

disulphate

noun

  1. (chemistry) A salt or ester of disulphuric acid or pyrosulphuric acid; a pyrosulphate.
  2. (chemistry) An acid salt of sulphuric acid, having only one equivalent of base to two of the acid.

disulphide

disulphide

noun

  1. Alternative spelling of disulfide

disulphone

docentship

dopinesses

drainpipes

drainpipes

noun

  1. Synonym of drainpipe trousers
  2. plural of drainpipe

dreepiness

drivership

droopiness

droopiness

noun

  1. The characteristic of being droopy.

dryopteris

duennaship

duennaship

noun

  1. The role or status of duenna.

duopsonies

duopsonies

noun

  1. plural of duopsony

duplicates

duplicates

noun

  1. plural of duplicate

dyophysite

dyophysite

Noun

  1. Someone who believes in the doctrine that there are ‘two natures’, human and divine, in Christ.

dyspepsias

dyspepsias

noun

  1. plural of dyspepsia

dyspepsies

dyspepsies

noun

  1. plural of dyspepsy

dyspeptics

dyspeptics

noun

  1. plural of dyspeptic

dysphemism

dysphemism

noun

  1. (uncountable) The use of a word or phrase carrying negative connotations or imagery (especially one that is derogatory, offensive or vulgar) to replace a (more) neutral original.

dysphemize

dysphemize

verb

  1. (rare, transitive) To describe in dysphemisms.

dysphrenia

eclipsable

eclipsable

adj

  1. Capable of being eclipsed.

eclipsises

ecospecies

ecospecies

noun

  1. ecotype

ecphonesis

ecphonesis

noun

  1. (Greek Orthodox Christianity) The part of the service spoken in an audible tone.
  2. (rhetoric) Exclamation.

ecthlipses

ecthlipses

noun

  1. plural of ecthlipsis

ecthlipsis

ecthlipsis

noun

  1. (phonology) The dropping out or suppression from a word of a consonant, with or without a vowel.
  2. (phonology) The elision of a final /m/, with the preceding vowel, before a word beginning with a vowel.

ectopistes

editorship

editorship

noun

  1. The position or job of being an editor

eigenspace

eigenspace

noun

  1. (linear algebra) The linear subspace consisting of all eigenvectors associated with a particular eigenvalue, together with the zero vector.

elaioplast

elaioplast

noun

  1. (biology) A specialized leucoplast responsible for the storage of lipids.

elapsoidea

ellipsoids

ellipsoids

noun

  1. plural of ellipsoid

ellipsonic