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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

Diplomacy: discretion Tact or skill in social matters
Example: [It took all her tact and diplomacy to persuade him not to resign]

Diplomatic: Characterized by special tact in negotiations.

Dipsomaniac:
inebriate a person having an uncontrollable desire for alcohol
Example: [the struggles of a dipsomaniac]

Dire:
dreadful
Example: [dire consequences]

Dirge:
funeral hymn lament with music
Example: [the funeral dirge stirred us to tears]

Disabuse:
to free from a misconception correct
Example: [He thought that all women liked children, but she soon disabused him of that idea]

Disagree:
To be opposite in opinion.

Disappear:
To cease to exist either actually or for the time being.

Disapprobation:
disapproval rejection
Example: [the father viewed the daughter’s radical boyfriend with disapprobation]

Disapprove:
To regard with blame.

Disarrange:
mess up, disturb, disorganize, disorder, dishevel
Example: [They ran so fast as to disarrange the general’s plan of attack]

Disarray:
clutter disorder
Example: [The news threw his plans into disarray]

Disavowal:
Denial
Example: [They were quick to disavow the rumor]

Disburden:
remove the burden from, relieve, unload
Example: [I mention this to you once for all to disburden my mind, and I do not wish to hear or say more about it]

Disburse:
pay out
Example: [The local authorities annually disburse 2 crores of Rupees on arts projects]

Discard:
reject, get rid of, anything no longer useful or desirable, throw away
Example: [To prepare the chili used in this dish: from two pods of dried red chili peppers take out all the seeds and discard them]

Discernible:
visible
Example: [discernible difference between things]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Discerning: observant
Example: [a discerning customer]

Disciple:
believer, follower, pupil, supporter, devotee
Example: [A disciple is a learner, one who is receiving instruction because of a sincere desire in him to know the truth. Crates the grammarian was a native of this place, and Panatius is said to have been his disciple]

Disciplinary:
punishing, punitive, relating to discipline, corrective
Example: [The committee is considering disciplinary measures against unethical lawyers]

Discipline:
order, training, punishment, self-restraint, branch of learning, train, punish
Example: [Mathematics is the only discipline which could be taught under that rule. fiscal discipline]

Disclaim:
to deny, renounce, disavow
Example: [the terrorists disclaimed responsibility for the bomb blast]

Disclose:
to confess, reveal, divulge
Example: [The police have disclosed that two officers are under internal investigation]

Discolor:
To stain.

Discomfit:
discomfort To put to confusion
Example: [the trick will discomfit the enemy]

Discomfort:
The state of being positively uncomfortable.

Disconcert:
confuse
Example: [The whole experience had disconcerted him]

Disconsolate:
unable to be consoled, inconsolable, extremely sad
Example: [The team were disconsolate after losing what should have been an easy game]

Discord:
lack of harmony
Example: [religious discord]

Discordant:
badly out of tune harsh-sounding
Example: [struck a slightly discordant note]

Discordantly:
in a discordant manner, inharmoniously
Example: [He laughed wildly and discordantly, and I felt desperately uncomfortable]

Discount:
disregard
Example: [we discounted what he had to say about his old company]

Discourse:
conversation
Example: [a discourse on the nature of life after death]

Discover:
To get first sight or knowledge of as something previously unknown or unperceived.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Discredit: to dishonor or disgrace
Example: [discredited theories]

Discreet:
prudent
Example: [please, be discreet about it]

Discrepancy:
difference between
Example: [There is some discrepancy between the two accounts]

Discrepant:
incompatible, not in agreement, incongruous, inconsistent, disagreeing
Example: [discrepant views/statements]

Discrete:
distinct separate
Example: [Many companies have their own discrete identity]

Discretion:
prudence
Example: [at the discretion of the headmaster]

Discriminate:
To draw a distinction.

Discriminating:
able to see differences
Example: [discriminating shoppers]

Discrimination:
prejudice ability to see differences

Discursive:
wandering from topic to topic rambling
Example: [a discursive writer]

Discussion:
Debate.

Disdain:
to regard with scorn and contempt
Example: [He regards the political process with disdain]

Disengage:
detach release
Example: [He gently disengaged his hand from hers]

Disentangle:
free, unknot, extricate, untie, release
Example: [Yes; he has come over to disentangle the mystery about the diamonds]

Disfigure:
ruin mar
Example: [he was horribly disfigured by burns]

Disfranchise:
deprive of the right to vote, deprive of privileges
Example: [We need to reach those who are disenfranchised and not empowered]
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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