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Despise
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Despise: To look down on someone with disdain or scorn. (v) To feel contempt or repugnance for. (v) Despisal: scornful hatred. (n) Despised: treated with contempt. (a
Despondent
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Despondent: To have low spirits as a result of loss of hope or courage. (adj) Synonyms: heartsick.
Detest
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Detest: To hate or dislike immensely. To feel antipathy or aversion towards.
Devotion
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Devotion: The act of devoting consecration. The state of being devoted addiction eager inclination 6. strong attachment love or affection 7. zeal 8. especially, feelings
Digitalin
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Digitalin: (Bot.) A genus of plants including the foxglove. (Med.) The dried leaves of the purple foxglove (Digitalis purpurea), used in heart disease, disturbance of the
Digitalis
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Digitalis: Any species of plant from the genus Digitalis (especially the foxglove) leaves of the foxglove plant (used as a heart stimulant)
Disagreeable
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Disagreeable: Not agreeable, conformable, or congruous Preach you truly the doctrine which you have received, and each nothing that is disagreeable thereunto. Udall. Exci
Disclame
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Disclame: To disclaim to expel. [Obs.] "Money did love disclame." Spenser.
Disentitle
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Disentitle: To deprive of title or claim. Every ordinary offense does not disentitle a son to the love of his father. South.
Disrepute
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Disrepute: To bring into disreputation to hold in dishonor. [R.] More inclined to love them tan to disrepute them. Jer. Taylor.
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