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Crossword Puzzle Answers for: D?S???E

dasyure

dasyure
(n.) A carnivorous marsupial quadruped of Australia, belonging to the genus Dasyurus. There are several species.

deserve

deserve
(v. i.) To be worthy of recompense; -- usually with ill or with well.
(v. t.) To earn by service; to be worthy of (something due, either good or evil); to merit; to be entitled to; as, the laborer deserves his wages; a work of value deserves praise.
(v. t.) To serve; to treat; to benefit.

desmine

desmine
(n.) Same as Stilbite. It commonly occurs in bundles or tufts of crystals.

despise

despise
(v. t.) To look down upon with disfavor or contempt; to contemn; to scorn; to disdain; to have a low opinion or contemptuous dislike of.

despite

despite
(n.) Malice; malignity; spite; malicious anger; contemptuous hate.
(n.) An act of malice, hatred, or defiance; contemptuous defiance; a deed of contempt.
(n.) To vex; to annoy; to offend contemptuously.
(prep.) In spite of; against, or in defiance of; notwithstanding; as, despite his prejudices.

despume

despume
(v. t.) To free from spume or scum.

destine

destine
(v. t.) To determine the future condition or application of; to set apart by design for a future use or purpose; to fix, as by destiny or by an authoritative decree; to doom; to ordain or preordain; to appoint; -- often with the remoter object preceded by to or for.

desuete

desuete
(a.) Disused; out of use.

disable

disable
(a.) Lacking ability; unable.
(v. t.) To render unable or incapable; to destroy the force, vigor, or power of action of; to deprive of competent physical or intellectual power; to incapacitate; to disqualify; to make incompetent or unfit for service; to impair.
(v. t.) To deprive of legal right or qualification; to render legally incapable.
(v. t.) To deprive of that which gives value or estimation; to declare lacking in competency; to disparage; to undervalue.

discase

discase
(v. t.) To strip; to undress.

discede

discede
(v. i.) To yield or give up; to depart.

discide

discide
(v. t.) To divide; to cleave in two.

discure

discure
(v. t.) To discover; to reveal; to discoure.

disease

disease
(n.) Lack of ease; uneasiness; trouble; vexation; disquiet.
(n.) An alteration in the state of the body or of some of its organs, interrupting or disturbing the performance of the vital functions, and causing or threatening pain and weakness; malady; affection; illness; sickness; disorder; -- applied figuratively to the mind, to the moral character and habits, to institutions, the state, etc.
(v. t.) To deprive of ease; to disquiet; to trouble; to distress.
(v. t.) To derange the vital functions of; to afflict with disease or sickness; to disorder; -- used almost exclusively in the participle diseased.

disedge

disedge
(v. t.) To deprive of an edge; to blunt; to dull.

disgage

disgage
(v. t.) To free from a gage or pledge; to disengage.

dislike

dislike
(n.) A feeling of positive and usually permanent aversion to something unpleasant, uncongenial, or offensive; disapprobation; repugnance; displeasure; disfavor; -- the opposite of liking or fondness.
(n.) Discord; dissension.
(v. t.) To regard with dislike or aversion; to disapprove; to disrelish.
(v. t.) To awaken dislike in; to displease.
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