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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Delusive: raising vain hopes deceptive
Example: [do not raise your hopes on the basis of his delusive promises]

Delusory: misleading, deceptive, illusory, deceiving, delusive
Example: [delusory words/a delusory pleasure]

Delve:
explore (of ideas) dig
Example: [She delved into her pocket to find some change]

Demagnetize:
prevent something from having magnetic properties, remove data from a magnetic storage medium
Example: [Magnets can become demagnetized if they are heated to high temperatures]

Demagogue:
leader An unprincipled politician
Example: [he was accused of being a demagogue because he aroused false hopes in people]

Demean:
humiliate, to degrade, humble
Example: [The entire family was demeaned by his behavior]

Demeanor:
manner, character, behavioral attributes, behavior, appearance
Example: [His manners and demeanor were extremely modest and unobtrusive]

Demeanor (Demeanour):
behavior
Example: [There was nothing in his demeanor that suggested he was anxious]

Demented:
deranged
Example: [demented with worry]

Demesne:
domain
Example: [the lord of the manor proudly surveyed his demesne]

Demise:
Death
Example: [demise of her mother]

Demographic:
relating to population, relating to the study of statistics, statistical
Example: [reports replete with demographic data]

Demolish:
To annihilate.

Demolition:
destruction
Example: [the complete demolition of all means of transportation by bombing]

Demoniacal:
devilish related to evil spirits
Example: [they devised many demoniac means of torture]

Demonstrate:
To prove indubitably.

Demonstrator:
activist, campaigner, a person who takes part in a protest demonstration, protester, a person who explains how to do something
Example: [a crowd of peaceful demonstrators]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Demoralize: dishearten
Example: [completely demoralized team]

Demotic:
related to the people
Example: [a demotic society]

Demotion:
lowering in rank or grade
Example: [demotion vs. promotion]

Demulcent:
softening, emollient, calming, soothing, ointment
Example: [A syrup is the most suitable basic formulation for coughs as it has a demulcent effect]

Demur:
to express doubts or objections take exception
Example: [The lawyer requested a break in the court case, but the judge demurred]

Demure:
reserved sedate
Example: [a demure smile]

Demurrage:
holdup, delay, penalty charge against the owners of a ship, storage charge
Example: [demurrage charges/fees]

Dendrology:
the field of study that deals with trees
Example: [Physiological studies of dendrology are as important as taxonomical studies]

Denigrate:
to slur or blacken someone’s reputation defame
Example: [You shouldn’t denigrate people just because they have different beliefs from you]

Denizen:
dweller
Example: [the denizens of the forest]

Denominate:
To give a name or epithet to.

Denomination:
class, religious group, category, kind, appellation, title, value, quantity
Example: [Most of them seem to have been Methodists, and they had a preacher of that denomination with them. Tyrawley’s views no doubt had much weight with Pitt, and the press teemed with attacks by pamphleteers of all political denominations against the corruption and abuses of the government of the Rock]

Denominator:
Part of a fraction which expresses the number of equal parts into which the unit is divided.

Denotation:
designation, the exact literary meaning of a word, definition
Example: [the dictionary always gives the denotation of a word]

Denote:
stand for signify
Example: [The color red is used to denote passion or danger]

Denouement:
resolution
Example: [the denouement was obvious to the moviegoers]

Denounce:
to accuse, condemn, blame
Example: [they’ve been denounced as terrorists]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Dentifrice: tooth cleansing agent
Example: [This bone is used for many purposes; among others, it is used in a powdered state as a dentifrice]

Denunciation:
public condemnation

Depart:
leave
Example: [the train departs from Platform 1]

Depict:
to describe, portray, represent
Example: [Her paintings depict the lives of ordinary people]

Depilate:
remove hair
Example: [many women depilate their legs with a razor]

Deplete:
to use up exhaust
Example: [Alcohol depletes the body of B vitamins]

Deplorable:
Contemptible.

Deplore:
to express or feel disapproval of, condemn, regret strongly
Example: [a deplorable situation]

Deploy:
to spread out strategically over an area arrange forces
Example: [to deploy my skills]

Deponent:
witness, testifier, (of a verb, esp. in Greek or Latin) having a passive form but the meaning of an active verb, attester
Example: [Does not the law require that every accuser or deponent should have been a witness of the crime?]

Deport:
To take or send away forcibly as to a penal colony.

Deportment:
behavior
Example: [speech and deportment lessons]

Depose:
to remove from a high position testify
Example: [was deposed as a leader]

Deposition:
testimony
Example: [the CEO’s deposition]

Depository:
A place where anything is kept in safety.

Depravity:
sinfulness immorality
Example: [a depraved character]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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