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Dissimulation
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Dissimulation: The act of dissembling a hiding under a false appearance concealment by feigning false pretension hypocrisy. Let love be without dissimulation. Rom. xii. D
Distraught
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Distraught: Worried or upset. Synonyms: overwrought. Deeply distressed due to emotional causes.
Diversely
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Diversely: In different ways differently variously. "Diversely interpreted." Bacon. How diversely love doth his pageants play. Spenser. In different directions to differe
Doomy
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Doomy: Suggestive of doom ominous, foreboding, causing feelings of a forthcoming disaster pessimistic (British)
Draw blood
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Draw blood: Remove blood from someones veins (as with a syringe) hurt somebody emotionally or physically cause to bleed (with a weapon, fist, etc.)
Drone
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Drone: To utter or make a low, dull, monotonous, humming or murmuring sound. Where the beetle wheels his droning flight. T. Gray. To love in idleness to do nothing. "Race
Easygoingness
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Easygoingness: Quality of being easygoing, love of ease and comfort
Ebullient
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Ebullient: When somebody is overflowing with joy or excitement. Joyously happy without restraint.
Ecphonesis
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Ecphonesis: An animated or passionate exclamation. The feelings by the ecphonesis are very various. Gibbs.
Effervesce
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Effervesce: To be in a state of natural ebullition to bubble and hiss, as fermenting liquors, or any fluid, when some part escapes in a gaseous form. To exhibit, in livel
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