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Disbase
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Disbase: To debase or degrade. [Obs.] Nor you nor your house were so much as spoken of before I disbased myself. B. Jonson.
Discalced
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Discalced: Unshod barefooted in distinction from calced. "The foundation of houses of discalced friars." Cardinal Mannings St. Teresa.
Dishonest
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Dishonest: To disgrace to dishonor as, to dishonest a maid. [Obs.] I will no longer dishonest my house. Chapman.
Dishouse
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Dishouse: To deprive of house or home. "Dishoused villagers." James White.
Dishwashers
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Dismantle
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Dismantle: To strip or deprive of dress to divest. To strip of furniture and equipments, guns, etc. to unrig to strip of walls or outworks 6. to break down 7. as, to dism
Dismember
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Dismember: To tear limb from limb to dilacerate to disjoin member from member to tear or cut in pieces to break up. Fowls obscene dismembered his remains. Pope. A society
Disordered
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Disordered: Thrown into disorder deranged as, a disordered house, judgment. Disorderly. [Obs.] Shak. Dis*or"dered*ly, adv. Dis*or"dered*ness, n.
Disorderly house
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Disorderly house: Illegal place (Law) (polite term for:) brothel, whorehouse, bordello place of illegal gambling
Displenish
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Displenish: To deprive or strip, as a house of furniture, or a barn of stock. [Scot.]
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