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debark

debark
(v. t. & i.) To go ashore from a ship or boat; to disembark; to put ashore.

debars

debars
Prevent from entering; keep out; "He was barred from membership in the club"
Prevent the occurrence of; prevent from happening; "Let's avoid a confrontation"; "head off a confrontation"; "avert a strike"
Bar temporarily; from school, office, etc.

debase

debase
(a.) To reduce from a higher to a lower state or grade of worth, dignity, purity, station, etc.; to degrade; to lower; to deteriorate; to abase; as, to debase the character by crime; to debase the mind by frivolity; to debase style by vulgar words.

debate

debate
(v. i.) To engage in strife or combat; to fight.
(v. i.) To contend in words; to dispute; hence, to deliberate; to consider; to discuss or examine different arguments in the mind; -- often followed by on or upon.
(v. t.) To engage in combat for; to strive for.
(v. t.) To contend for in words or arguments; to strive to maintain by reasoning; to dispute; to contest; to discuss; to argue for and against.
(v. t.) A fight or fighting; contest; strife.
(v. t.) Contention in words or arguments; discussion for the purpose of elucidating truth or influencing action; strife in argument; controversy; as, the debates in Parliament or in Congress.
(v. t.) Subject of discussion.

decade

decade
(n.) A group or division of ten; esp., a period of ten years; a decennium; as, a decade of years or days; a decade of soldiers; the second decade of Livy.

decafs

decafs
Coffee with the caffeine removed

decals

decals
Either a design that is fixed to some surface or a paper bearing the design which is to be transferred to the surface

decamp

decamp
(v. i.) To break up a camp; to move away from a camping ground, usually by night or secretly.
(v. i.) Hence, to depart suddenly; to run away; -- generally used disparagingly.

decane

decane
(n.) A liquid hydrocarbon, C10H22, of the paraffin series, including several isomeric modifications.

decani

decani
(a.) Used of the side of the choir on which the dean's stall is placed; decanal; -- correlative to cantoris; as, the decanal, or decani, side.

decant

decant
(v. t.) To pour off gently, as liquor, so as not to disturb the sediment; or to pour from one vessel into another; as, to decant wine.

decays

decays
Fall into decay or ruin; "The unoccupied house started to decay"
Lose a stored charge, magnetic flux, or current; "the particles disintegrated during the nuclear fission process"
Undergo decay or decomposition; "The body started to decay and needed to be cremated"
The organic phenomenon of rotting
A gradual decrease; as of stored charge or current
The process of gradually becoming inferior
The spontaneous disintegration of a radioactive substance along with the emission of ionizing radiation
An inferior state resulting from the process of decaying; "the corpse was in an advanced state of decay"; "the house had fallen into a serious state of decay and disrepair"

dedans

dedans
(n.) A division, at one end of a tennis court, for spectators.

deface

deface
(v. t.) To destroy or mar the face or external appearance of; to disfigure; to injure, spoil, or mar, by effacing or obliterating important features or portions of; as, to deface a monument; to deface an edifice; to deface writing; to deface a note, deed, or bond; to deface a record.
(v. t.) To destroy; to make null.

defame

defame
(n.) Dishonor.
(v. t.) To harm or destroy the good fame or reputation of; to disgrace; especially, to speak evil of maliciously; to dishonor by slanderous reports; to calumniate; to asperse.
(v. t.) To render infamous; to bring into disrepute.
(v. t.) To charge; to accuse.

degage

degage
Showing lack of emotional involvement; "adopted a degage pose on the arm of the easy chair"- J.S.Perelman; "she may be detached or even unfeeling but at least she's not hypocritically effusive"; "an uninvolved bystander"
Free and relaxed in manner; "rather degage after the nervousness he had shown at dinner"- Edmund Wilson

delate

delate
(v.) To carry; to convey.
(v.) To carry abroad; to spread; to make public.
(v.) To carry or bring against, as a charge; to inform against; to accuse; to denounce.
(v.) To carry on; to conduct.
(v. i.) To dilate.
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