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din.noun
a jumble of loud, usually discordant sounds; noise
din, dinned, dinning, dins.verbs
transitive verb use.to stun with deafening noise; to instil by wearying.repetition
intransitive verb use.to make a loud noise

devolve, devolved, devolving, devolves.verbs
transitive use-to pass on or delegate to another (the senator devolved the duties of office upon a group of aides)
intransitive use-to be passed on or transferred to another (the burden of proof devolved upon the defendant; the estate devolved to an unlikely heir) devolvement.noun

debunk, debunked, debunking, debunks.transitive verbs
to expose or ridicule the falseness, sham, or exaggerated claims of (debunk the evolutionary fraud)
debunker.noun

deliberate.adjective.(pronounced 'deliber it')
done with or marked by full consciousness of the nature and effects; intentional (mistook the oversight for a deliberate insult); arising from or marked by careful consideration (a deliberate decision); unhurried in action, movement, or manner, as if trying to avoid error (moved at a deliberate pace)

deliberate.(pronounced 'deliber ate'), deliberated, deliberating, deliberates.verbs
intransitive verb use.to think carefully and often slowly, as about a choice to be made; to consult with another or others in a process of reaching a decision
transitive verb use.to consider (a matter) carefully and often slowly, as by weighing alternatives; ponder
deliberately.adverb
deliberateness.noun

deliberation.noun
the act or process of deliberating; discussion and consideration of all sides of an issue (the deliberations of a jury); thoughtfulness in decision or action; leisureliness in motion or manner (the child stacked the blocks with deliberation)

detain, detained, detaining, detains.transitive verbs
to keep from proceeding; delay or retard; delay; to keep in custody or temporary confinement (the police detained several suspects for questioning)
detainment.noun

descend, descended, descending, descends.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move from a higher to a lower place; come or go down; to slope, extend, or incline downward; to come from an ancestor or ancestry (she was descended from a pioneer family); to come down from a source; derive-(a tradition descending from colonial days)
transitive verb use.to move from a higher to a lower part of; go down
descendible or descendable.adjective

datum.noun,.plural.data
a fact or proposition used to draw a conclusion or make a decision

daze, dazed, dazing, dazes.transitive verbs
to stun, as with a heavy blow or shock; stupefy; to dazzle, as with strong light
daze.noun
a stunned or bewildered condition

'dumb ass'
dumb .conspicuously unintelligent; stupid (dumb officials); a dumb decision; unintentional; haphazard (non planned, casual manner)
ass a vain, self important, silly, or aggressively stupid person

delinquent.adjective
failing to do what law or duty requires; overdue in payment (a delinquent account)
delinquent.noun
a person who neglects or fails to do what law or duty requires; a juvenile 
delinquently.adverb

dialect.noun
a regional variety of a language distinguished by pronunciation, grammar, or vocabulary, especially a variety of speech differing from the standard literary language or speech pattern of the culture in which it exists (Cockney is a British dialect of English) dialectal.adjective
dialectally.adverb

dialectic.noun
the art or practice of arriving at the truth by the exchange of logical arguments; the process especially associated with Hegel of arriving at the truth by stating a thesis, developing a contradictory.antithesis and combining and resolving them into a coherent.synthesis; the Marxian process of change through the conflict of opposing forces, whereby a given contradiction is characterized by a primary and a secondary aspect, the secondary succumbing to the primary, which is then transformed into an aspect of a new contradiction; the Marxian critique of this process; a method of argument or exposition that systematically weighs contradictory facts or ideas with a view to the resolution of their real or apparent contradictions; the contradiction between two conflicting forces viewed as the determining.factor in their continuing interaction
dialectical.or.dialectic.adjective
dialectically.adverb

displease, displeased, displeasing, displeases.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause annoyance or vexation to
intransitive verb use.to cause annoyance or displeasure
displeasingly.adverb

displeasure.noun
the condition or fact of being displeased; dissatisfaction; discomfort, uneasiness, or pain

discontent.noun
absence of contentment; dissatisfaction; a longing for better circumstances; one who is discontented
discontent.adjective
discontented
discontent, discontented, discontenting, discontents.transitive verbs
to make discontented
discontentment.noun

dissatisfied.adjective
feeling or exhibiting a lack of contentment or satisfaction. dissatisfiedly.adverb
dissatisfy, dissatisfied, dissatisfying, dissatisfies.transitive verbs
to fail to satisfy; disappoint

dissatisfaction.noun
the condition or feeling of being displeased or dissatisfied; discontent; a cause of discontent

describe, described, describing, describes.transitive verbs
to give an account of in speech or writing; to convey an idea or impression of; characterize.(she described her childhood as a time of wonder and discovery; depict
describable.adjective
describer.noun

description.noun
the act, process, or technique of describing.(published a description of her travels; gave a vivid description of the game); a depiction; kind or sort (toys of every size and description)

debate, debated, debating, debates.verbs
intransitive verb use.to consider something; deliberate; to engage in argument by discussing opposing points; discuss
transitive verb use.to deliberate on; consider' to dispute or argue about
debate.noun
a discussion involving opposing points; an argument
debatement, debater.nouns

discard, discarded, discarding, discards.verbs
transitive verb use.to throw away; reject; to throw out (a playing card) from one's hand
intransitive verb use.to discard a playing card
discard.noun
the act of discarding in a card game; a discarded playing card; one that is discarded or rejected
discardable.adjective
discarder.noun
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