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damp
slightly wet or moist
dapper
very well dressed; smart
dash
a small portion of something added to something else
debris
the remaining broken pieces of something
deceased
relating to a person who has died
deciduous
relating to trees which lost their leaves seasonally
decorous
correct in behavior; in good taste
defect
a lack of proper function which prevents use of a machine
defile
to cause to become unclean or unchaste
deft
possessing great skill or ability
defunct
no longer existing or operating; no longer active
defy
to accomplish something that is considered impossible or improper
deliberation
careful consideration of a topic, including reasons for and against
deluge
a sudden downpour of rain or water
demeanor
behavior, manner, or temperament
demented
crazy, insane
demise
destruction or downfall
demoralize
to discourage; to weaken the spirit
denial
statement that an accusation is false
denomination
size of a value of paper money
denounce
to show to be false, wrong or evil
dense
thick or heavy
depict
to show in the form of a picture or photograph
deplore
to consider as deserving of contempt or disapproval
deposit
to place money in a bank account
deranged
mentally disturbed, insane, crazy
dispatch
to send, esp. quickly
dispence
to give out in shares or measured parts
disposition
mood or character
dissension
disagreement, conflict, controversy
dissolute
indulgent
divergence
separation; movement apart; disunion
diversification
the action of providing variety
diversion
a change of course in direction or activity
domain
territory
domestic
relating to or coming from a specific country
domineering
controlling or influencing excessively
downfall
a situation which results in a catastrophe
dregs
a substance that remains after a liquid has been removed from a container; residue
drench
to become full or covered with water or moisture; soak
drive
motivation or impulse
dubious
doubtful in quality
duplication
the action of making copies of an object
duplicitous
relating to living a deceptive or double life
dwindle
to decrease in size or mount
dysfunction
failure to function properly