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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

Disgruntle: disappointed
Example: [the passengers were disgruntled by the delay]

Dishabille: in a state of undress
Example: [he was in a state of dishabille, wearing only his pajamas]

Dishearten:
lose spirit discourage
Example: [his failure to pass the exam disheartened him]

Dishevel:
muss
Example: [disheveled appearance]

Dishonest:
Untrustworthy.

Disinclination:
unwillingness
Example: [disinclination to do any work]

Disinfect:
To remove or destroy the poison of infectious or contagious diseases.

Disingenuous:
sly and crafty deceptive
Example: [It was disingenuous of her to claim she had no financial interest in the case]

Disinherit:
cut off, deprive, dispossess, prevent from inheriting
Example: [What did you do to grandpa Rouget, to your father, that he should drive you away and disinherit you?]

Disinter:
unearth
Example: [they disinterred the body and held an autopsy]

Disinterested:
Impartial
Example: [a disinterested observer]

Disjointed:
incoherent, disconnected, being separated
Example: [The script was disjointed and hard to follow]

Disjunctive:
divisional, tending to divide, tending to separate
Example: [The facilities for wreaking final vengeance upon each other was a disjunctive irony divided equally between them. disjunctive concepts or statements]

Dismal:
gloomy
Example: [a dismal performance]

Dismantle:
take apart
Example: [She dismantled the washing machine]

Dismay:
dread
Example: [filled with dismay]

Dismember:
cut into small parts
Example: [when the British empire was dismembered, several new countries were created]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Dismissal: Displacement by authority from an office or an employment.

Dismount:
descend, get off or down (as from a horse or bike etc.), go down
Example: [On entering the town, I was obliged to dismount and proceed on foot]

Disobedience:
Neglect or refusal to comply with an authoritative injunction.

Disown:
deny, reject, refuse to acknowledge that something is yours, renounce
Example: [Someone informed his father, who threatened to disown him if he married her]

Disparage:
speak disrespectfully about belittle
Example: [The actor’s work for charity has recently been disparaged in the press as an attempt to get publicity]

Disparate:
dissimilar, various, different in kind
Example: [The two cultures were utterly disparate]

Disparity:
contrast, difference, dissimilarity
Example: [the disparity between rich and poor]

Dispassionate:
free from emotion, Impartial, unbiased
Example: [clear-sighted and dispassionate]

Dispatch:
send
Example: [to dispatch the letters]

Dispel:
dismiss, force to go away, expel, eliminate
Example: [to dispel a notion/a myth]

Dispensation:
That which is bestowed on or appointed to one from a higher power.

Disperse:
to break up scatter
Example: [to disperse the crowd]

Dispirit:
to dishearten, discourage, make dejected
Example: [the team had become dispirited at the loss of their star player]

Dispirited:
discouraged, dejected, disappointed, dismayed, despondent
Example: [Mr. Braham preserved his serene confidence, but Laura’s friends were dispirited]

Disport:
amuse

Dispossess:
take away possessions
Example: [dispossessed of their homes]

Disputatious:
fond of arguing
Example: [a disputatious young man]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Dispute: to quarrel Debate
Example: [a bitter dispute]

Disqualify:
To debar.

Disquisition:
elaborate treatise
Example: [a disquisition on religion]

Disregard:
pay no attention to
Example: [complete disregard for]

Disreputable:
discredited, notorious, infamous, ill-famed, immoral
Example: [The inn was full of disreputable looking people, who seemed as if they were on the point of commencing some nightly expedition]

Disrepute:
dishonor disgrace
Example: [to fall into disrepute]

Disrupt:
To burst or break asunder.

Dissect:
To cut apart or to pieces.

Dissection:
cutting in pieces
Example: [In biology classes at school we used to dissect frogs]

Dissemble:
disguise one’s motives pretend
Example: [He accused the government of dissembling]

Disseminate:
to spread far and wide distribute
Example: [web sites are used to disseminate political propaganda]

Dissension:
Angry or violent difference of opinion.

Dissent:
oppose, disagree, differ, dispute, difference, disagreement, nonconformity, opposition, conflict
Example: [the right to dissent and to protest]

Dissentient:
One who disagrees.

Dissertation:
lecture
Example: [Ph D dissertation]

Dissever:
separate, divide, sever, cut off, break up
Example: [We see a dissevered country and a divided Union]
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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