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Vocabulary from the letter ‘D’

English is an international language. In every department English is must language. In this competitive world everyone get success. If you speak in English then you recruit anywhere because in any field English is an important language.

You can improve your English by improving your vocabulary. A good vocabulary can help you reason and explain your reasoning, make you more confident, help you get a right job and grant you respect from your peers.

So we are providing you some important vocabulary which helps you to improve your English skills:

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Dally

Waste time

Too long already had the young General dallied, wasting time.

Defunct

No longer in force or use, inactive

Gold’s has found that its express gyms fit well in spaces vacated by defunct or shrinking retailers.

Deleterious

Harmful to living things

A number of the species are edible, while others have been recorded as deleterious, poisonous, etc.

 Deluge

 The rising of a body of water and its overflowing onto normally dry land

Dykes and bridges were washed away in places and roads submerged by the muddy deluge.

 Depict

 Show in, or as in, a picture

The life-size bronze statue depicts Shannon Stone and his young son wearing baseball caps.?

Derivation

The source or origin from which something derives

The derivation of the words courteous and courtesy from court is obvious.

Descry

Catch sight of

Looking off seaward, I could descry no sails.

 Destitute

Poor enough to need help from others

They wandered over Muir and fell, in poverty and sorrow, being destitute, afflicted, tormented.

  Discreet

Marked by prudence or modesty and wise self-restraint

Sarkozy has attempted to tone down his image, becoming more discreet about his private life.

Disfigure

Mar or spoil the appearance of

A darker scowl changed and disfigured his brow, as he lost hope of gaining me.

 Dispense

Grant a dispensation, grant an exemption

Lumber being scarce in that vicinity, floors, doors, as well as sash and glass, were dispensed with.

 Disseminate

 Cause to become widely known

Few will be surprised if more details are disseminated before the big reveal at Detroit’s Cobo Hall.

Dissipation

Dissolute indulgence in sensual pleasure

But some men mean by college spirit something finer than lawlessness, dissipation, and rowdyism.

Dissolve

Cause to fade away

And then the glittering mass begins to dissolve and fade away.

 Distraught

Deeply agitated especially from emotion

He is plainly distraught, utterly unbalanced by the sad experience he has had.

 Dominant

Exercising influence or control

He looked strangely determined and forceful; almost, as she thought of it, dominant.

 Dormant

Inactive but capable of becoming active

In addition, this past winter was warmer than usual, so normally dormant ticks are active.

 Dreary

Causing dejection

Looking out of my window the landscape is cold and dreary.

 Dwindle

Become smaller or lose substance

As decades pass, maximum heart rate slows, aerobic capacity wanes, muscle mass tends to dwindle.

Dystopian

Of or pertaining to or resembling a dystopia

And yet his dystopian vision that humanity’s lot, our inescapable fate, will be grinding, desperate poverty, lives on.

 

 

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