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dispraise

  • noun the act of speaking contemptuously of
    disparagement.

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defectible

Liable to defect; imperfect. R. "A defectible understanding." Jer. Taylor.

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disadvantage

  • noun the quality of having an inferior or less favorable position
  • verb put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm
    disfavor; disfavour.
    • This rule clearly disadvantages me

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killable

  • adjective satellite fit to kill, especially for food

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disfavour

  • noun the state of being out of favor
    disfavor.
    • he is in disfavor with the king
  • noun an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group
    disfavor; dislike; disapproval.

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inapprehensible

Not apprehensible; unintelligible; inconceivable. Milton.

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vivisect

  • verb cut (a body) open while still alive
    • people no longer vivisect animals--it's considered unethical

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promulge

To promulgate; to publish or teach. Blackstone.
Extraordinary doctrines these for the age in which they were promulged. Prescott.

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victimise

  • verb make a victim of
    victimize.
    • I was victimized by this con-man
  • verb punish unjustly
    victimize.

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chorus

  • noun any utterance produced simultaneously by a group
    • a chorus of boos
  • noun a group of people assembled to sing together

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victimise

  • verb make a victim of
    victimize.
    • I was victimized by this con-man
  • verb punish unjustly
    victimize.

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razz

  • noun a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
    boo; razzing; Bronx cheer; hoot; hiss; raspberry; bird; snort.
  • verb harass with persistent criticism or carping
    rag; bait; tantalize; twit; taunt; ride; tease; cod; rally; tantalise.
    • The children teased the new teacher
    • Don't ride me so hard over my failure
    • His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie

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outperform

  • verb be or do something to a greater degree
    exceed; surpass; outgo; outstrip; outmatch; surmount; outdo.
    • her performance surpasses that of any other student I know
    • She outdoes all other athletes
    • This exceeds all my expectations
    • This car outperforms all others in its class

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jerkin

  • noun a tight sleeveless and collarless jacket (often made of leather) worn by men in former times

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victimize

  • verb make a victim of
    victimise.
    • I was victimized by this con-man
  • verb punish unjustly
    victimise.

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opine

  • verb express one's opinion openly and without fear or hesitation
    speak up; animadvert; sound off; speak out.
    • John spoke up at the meeting
  • verb expect, believe, or suppose
    guess; reckon; suppose; imagine; think.
    • I imagine she earned a lot of money with her new novel
    • I thought to find her in a bad state
    • he didn't think to find her in the kitchen
    • I guess she is angry at me for standing her up

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marginalise

  • verb relegate to a lower or outer edge, as of specific groups of people
    marginalize.
    • We must not marginalize the poor in our society

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sacrificial

  • adjective used in or connected with a sacrifice
    • sacrificial lamb

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marginalise

  • verb relegate to a lower or outer edge, as of specific groups of people
    marginalize.
    • We must not marginalize the poor in our society

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empathetically

  • adverb in a sympathetic manner
    sympathetically.
    • she listened to him sympathetically

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victimize

  • verb make a victim of
    victimise.
    • I was victimized by this con-man
  • verb punish unjustly
    victimise.

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selflessly

  • adverb in an altruistic manner
    altruistically.
    • he acted selflessly when he helped the old lady in distress

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demonise

  • verb make into a demon
    demonize.
    • Power had demonized him

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snigger

  • noun a disrespectful laugh
    snicker; snort.
  • verb laugh quietly
    snicker.

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intimidate

  • verb make timid or fearful
    • Her boss intimidates her
  • verb to compel or deter by or as if by threats
    restrain.

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straggle

  • noun a wandering or disorderly grouping (of things or persons)
    • a straggle of outbuildings
    • a straggle of followers
  • verb wander from a direct or straight course
    digress; depart; sidetrack.

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disrespect

  • noun an expression of lack of respect
    discourtesy.
  • noun a disrespectful mental attitude

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reprehensibly

  • adverb in a manner or to a degree deserving blame or censure
    culpably.

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endamage

To bring loss or damage to; to harm; to injure. R.
The trial hath endamaged thee no way. Milton.

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shush

  • verb silence (someone) by uttering `shush!'

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victimize

  • verb make a victim of
    victimise.
    • I was victimized by this con-man
  • verb punish unjustly
    victimise.

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chime

  • noun a percussion instrument consisting of a set of tuned bells that are struck with a hammer; used as an orchestral instrument
    gong; bell.
  • verb emit a sound
    • bells and gongs chimed

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advantage

  • noun the quality of having a superior or more favorable position
    vantage.
    • the experience gave him the advantage over me
  • noun (tennis) first point scored after deuce

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slanderously

  • adverb in a false and slanderous and defamatory manner; with slander or calumny
    calumniously.

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disempower

To deprive of power; to divest of strength. H. Bushnell.

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snicker

  • noun a disrespectful laugh
    snigger; snort.
  • verb laugh quietly
    snigger.

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inculpate

  • verb suggest that someone is guilty
    incriminate; imply.

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gawk

  • noun an awkward stupid person
    clod; oaf; goon; lout; lump; lummox; stumblebum; lubber.
  • verb look with amazement; look stupidly
    goggle; gape; gawp.

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best

  • noun the supreme effort one can make
    • they did their best
  • noun the person who is most outstanding or excellent; someone who tops all others
    topper.
    • he could beat the best of them

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foreordained

  • adjective satellite established or prearranged unalterably
    predestined; predestinate.
    • his place in history was foreordained
    • a sense of predestinate inevitability about it
    • it seemed predestined since the beginning of the world
  • verb foreordain by divine will or decree
    foreordain; predestine; predestinate.

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inconvenience

  • noun an inconvenient discomfort
    incommodiousness.
  • noun a difficulty that causes anxiety
    worriment; troublesomeness.

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guffaw

  • noun a burst of deep loud hearty laughter
    belly laugh.
  • verb laugh boisterously
    laugh loudly.

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disrespect

  • noun an expression of lack of respect
    discourtesy.
  • noun a disrespectful mental attitude

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boo

  • noun a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
    razz; razzing; Bronx cheer; hoot; hiss; raspberry; bird; snort.
  • verb show displeasure, as after a performance or speech
    hiss.

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underemphasizing

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unselfishly

  • adverb in an unselfish manner
    • he acted unselfishly when he helped her get the promotion

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marginalize

  • verb relegate to a lower or outer edge, as of specific groups of people
    marginalise.
    • We must not marginalize the poor in our society

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lounge

  • noun an upholstered seat for more than one person
    sofa; couch.
  • noun a room (as in a hotel or airport) with seating where people can wait
    waiting room; waiting area.

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disfavor

  • noun the state of being out of favor
    disfavour.
    • he is in disfavor with the king
  • noun an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group
    dislike; disapproval; disfavour.

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halloo

  • noun a shout to attract attention
    • he gave a great halloo but no one heard him
  • verb urge on with shouts
    • halloo the dogs in a hunt

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disciple

  • noun someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another
    adherent.

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lustfully

  • adverb in a lustful manner
    • he looked at the young woman lustfully

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badmouth

  • verb speak unfavorably about
    malign; traduce; drag through the mud.
    • She badmouths her husband everywhere

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despond

  • verb lose confidence or hope; become dejected
    • The supporters of the Presidential candidate desponded when they learned the early results of the election

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marginalize

  • verb relegate to a lower or outer edge, as of specific groups of people
    marginalise.
    • We must not marginalize the poor in our society

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bemoan

  • verb regret strongly
    bewail; deplore; lament.
    • I deplore this hostile action
    • we lamented the loss of benefits

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disfavour

  • noun the state of being out of favor
    disfavor.
    • he is in disfavor with the king
  • noun an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group
    disfavor; dislike; disapproval.

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factious

  • adjective satellite dissenting (especially dissenting with the majority opinion)
    divisive; dissentious.

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begrudge

  • verb be envious of; set one's heart on
    envy.
  • verb wish ill or allow unwillingly
    resent.

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stagnate

  • verb stand still
    • Industry will stagnate if we do not stimulate our economy
  • verb cause to stagnate
    • There are marshes that stagnate the waters

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disenfranchise

  • verb deprive of voting rights
    disfranchise.

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decry

  • verb express strong disapproval of
    excoriate; reprobate; objurgate; condemn.
    • We condemn the racism in South Africa
    • These ideas were reprobated

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dehumanize

  • verb deprive of human qualities
    dehumanise.
    • Life in poverty has dehumanized them
  • verb make mechanical or routine
    dehumanise.

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parasitize

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dehumanize

  • verb deprive of human qualities
    dehumanise.
    • Life in poverty has dehumanized them
  • verb make mechanical or routine
    dehumanise.

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amomum

(Bot.) A genus of aromatic plants. It includes species which bear cardamoms, and grains of paradise.

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outsmart

  • verb beat through cleverness and wit
    beat; overreach; outwit; outfox; circumvent.
    • I beat the traffic
    • She outfoxed her competitors
  • verb defeat by more skillful maneuvering
    outmanoeuvre; outmaneuver.
    • The English troops outmaneuvered the Germans
    • My new supervisor knows how to outmaneuver the boss in most situations

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troop

  • noun a group of soldiers
  • noun a cavalry unit corresponding to an infantry company

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demotivate

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laze

  • verb be idle; exist in a changeless situation
    idle; stagnate; slug.
    • The old man sat and stagnated on his porch
    • He slugged in bed all morning

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badmouth

  • verb speak unfavorably about
    malign; traduce; drag through the mud.
    • She badmouths her husband everywhere

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grovel

  • verb show submission or fear
    fawn; crawl; cower; cringe; creep.

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deemphasizing

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emend

  • verb make improvements or corrections to
    • the text was emended in the second edition

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wrong

  • noun that which is contrary to the principles of justice or law
    wrongfulness.
    • he feels that you are in the wrong
  • noun any harm or injury resulting from a violation of a legal right
    legal injury; damage.

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specialise

  • verb devote oneself to a special area of work
    specialize.
    • She specializes in honey bees
    • This baker specializes in French bread
  • verb be specific about
    particularize; particularise; specify; specialize.
    • Could you please specify your criticism of my paper?

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dehumanise

  • verb deprive of human qualities
    dehumanize.
    • Life in poverty has dehumanized them
  • verb make mechanical or routine
    dehumanize.

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bemoan

  • verb regret strongly
    bewail; deplore; lament.
    • I deplore this hostile action
    • we lamented the loss of benefits

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mistreat

  • verb treat badly
    ill-use; ill-treat; maltreat; step; abuse.
    • This boss abuses his workers
    • She is always stepping on others to get ahead

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petrifying

  • adjective satellite paralyzing with terror
  • verb cause to become stonelike or stiff or dazed and stunned
    petrify.
    • The horror petrified his feelings
    • Fear petrified her thinking

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demonize

  • verb make into a demon
    demonise.
    • Power had demonized him

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gossip

  • noun light informal conversation for social occasions
    chin wag; chit-chat; chitchat; chin-wagging; causerie; chin-wag; small talk; gabfest; chin wagging; chit chat; tittle-tattle; gab.
  • noun a report (often malicious) about the behavior of other people
    comment; scuttlebutt.
    • the divorce caused much gossip

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harm

  • noun any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
    injury; trauma; hurt.
  • noun the occurrence of a change for the worse
    impairment; damage.

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clamor

  • noun a loud harsh or strident noise
    cacophony; din; blare; blaring.
  • noun loud and persistent outcry from many people
    clamour; clamoring; hue and cry; clamouring.
    • he ignored the clamor of the crowd

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disparage

  • verb express a negative opinion of
    pick at; belittle.
    • She disparaged her student's efforts

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mistreat

  • verb treat badly
    ill-use; ill-treat; maltreat; step; abuse.
    • This boss abuses his workers
    • She is always stepping on others to get ahead

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marginalise

  • verb relegate to a lower or outer edge, as of specific groups of people
    marginalize.
    • We must not marginalize the poor in our society

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cower

  • verb crouch or curl up
    huddle.
    • They huddled outside in the rain
  • verb show submission or fear
    fawn; crawl; grovel; cringe; creep.

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entice

  • verb provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion
    lure; tempt.
    • He lured me into temptation

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theorize

  • verb to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds
    conjecture; hypothesize; theorise; hypothesise; suppose; speculate; hypothecate.
    • Scientists supposed that large dinosaurs lived in swamps
  • verb construct a theory about
    • Galileo theorized the motion of the stars

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outspend

Outlay; expenditure. R.
A mere outspend of savageness. I. Taylor.

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languish

  • verb lose vigor, health, or flesh, as through grief
    waste; pine away.
    • After her husband died, she just pined away
  • verb have a desire for something or someone who is not present
    ache; yearn; pine; yen.
    • She ached for a cigarette
    • I am pining for my lover

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edify

  • verb make understand
    enlighten.
    • Can you enlighten me--I don't understand this proposal

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specialize

  • verb become more focus on an area of activity or field of study
    specialise; narrow down; narrow.
    • She specializes in Near Eastern history
  • verb be specific about
    particularize; specialise; particularise; specify.
    • Could you please specify your criticism of my paper?

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enthuse

  • verb cause to feel enthusiasm
  • verb utter with enthusiasm

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limber

  • noun a two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used to pull a field gun or caisson
  • verb attach the limber
    limber up.
    • limber a cannon

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backgrounding

  • noun the execution of low priority programs while higher priority programs are not using the processing system
    background processing.
  • verb understate the importance or quality of
    play down; downplay; background.
    • he played down his royal ancestry

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interpersonal

  • adjective satellite occurring among or involving several people
    • interpersonal situations in which speech occurs

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disenfranchise

  • verb deprive of voting rights
    disfranchise.

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gravitate

  • verb move toward
    • The conversation gravitated towards politics
  • verb be attracted to
    • Boys gravitate towards girls at that age

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nonconsenting

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jockey

  • noun someone employed to ride horses in horse races
  • noun an operator of some vehicle or machine or apparatus
    • he's a truck jockey
    • a computer jockey
    • a disc jockey

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dupe

  • noun a person who is tricked or swindled
    victim.
  • verb fool or hoax
    fool; put on; gull; take in; befool; put one over; cod; put one across; slang.
    • The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone
    • You can't fool me!

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trek

  • noun a journey by ox wagon (especially an organized migration by a group of settlers)
  • noun any long and difficult trip

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undersell

  • verb sell cheaper than one's competition
    undercut.

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frolic

  • noun gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement
    caper; play; gambol; romp.
    • it was all done in play
    • their frolic in the surf threatened to become ugly
  • verb play boisterously
    disport; rollick; cavort; romp; run around; skylark; sport; frisk; lark; lark about; gambol.
    • The children frolicked in the garden
    • the gamboling lambs in the meadows
    • The toddlers romped in the playroom

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disjunctive

  • adjective serving or tending to divide or separate

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demonize

  • verb make into a demon
    demonise.
    • Power had demonized him

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disagree

  • verb be of different opinions
    dissent; differ; take issue.
    • I beg to differ!
    • She disagrees with her husband on many questions
  • verb be different from one another
    disaccord; discord.

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enthuse

  • verb cause to feel enthusiasm
  • verb utter with enthusiasm

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deject

  • verb lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
    depress; dispirit; dismay; demoralise; get down; cast down; demoralize.
    • These news depressed her
    • The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her

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inculpate

  • verb suggest that someone is guilty
    incriminate; imply.

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shamble

  • noun walking with a slow dragging motion without lifting your feet
    shambling; shuffle; shuffling.
    • from his shambling I assumed he was very old
  • verb walk by dragging one's feet
    shuffle; scuffle.
    • he shuffled out of the room
    • We heard his feet shuffling down the hall

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misinform

  • verb give false or misleading information to
    mislead.

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gnarly

  • adjective satellite used of old persons or old trees; covered with knobs or knots
    gnarled; knotted; knobbed; knotty.
    • gnarled and knotted hands
    • a knobbed stick

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disfavor

  • noun the state of being out of favor
    disfavour.
    • he is in disfavor with the king
  • noun an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group
    dislike; disapproval; disfavour.

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wive

  • verb take (someone) as a wife
  • verb marry a woman, take a wife

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decry

  • verb express strong disapproval of
    excoriate; reprobate; objurgate; condemn.
    • We condemn the racism in South Africa
    • These ideas were reprobated

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befool

  • verb make a fool or dupe of
    fool; gull.
  • verb fool or hoax
    fool; put on; gull; take in; dupe; put one over; cod; put one across; slang.
    • The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone
    • You can't fool me!

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