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Meanings of Deborah:

proper noun

A biblical prophet and leader who inspired the israelite army to defeat the canaanites (judges 4–5). the ‘song of deborah’, a song of victory attributed to her, is thought to be one of the oldest sections of the bible.

Deboss

diːˈbɒs

Meanings of Deboss:

verb

Stamp (a design) into the surface of an object so that it is indented.

Usage examples:

You could deboss the team name on the inner side of the bracelet

Debouch

dɪˈbaʊtʃ

Meanings of Debouch:

verb

Emerge from a confined space into a wide, open area.

Usage examples:

The stream finally debouches into a silent pool

Debouched

dɪˈbaʊtʃ

Meanings of Debouched:

verb

Emerge from a confined space into a wide, open area.

Usage examples:

The stream finally debouches into a silent pool

Meanings of Debouches:

verb

Emerge from a confined space into a wide, open area.

Usage examples:

The stream finally debouches into a silent pool

Debouching

dɪˈbaʊtʃ

Meanings of Debouching:

verb

Emerge from a confined space into a wide, open area.

Usage examples:

The stream finally debouches into a silent pool

Debouchure

dɪbʊˈʃʊə

Meanings of Debouchure:

noun

The mouth of a river or valley.

Usage examples:

What was the position of this debouchure in the time of herod the great?

Debride

dɪˈbriːd

Meanings of Debride:

verb

Remove damaged tissue or foreign objects from (a wound).

Usage examples:

A decision was made to surgically debride the ulcer

Debrided

dɪˈbriːd

Meanings of Debrided:

verb

Remove damaged tissue or foreign objects from (a wound).

Usage examples:

A decision was made to surgically debride the ulcer

Debridement

dɪˈbriːd.mənt

Meanings of Debridement:

noun

The removal of damaged tissue or foreign objects from a wound.

Usage examples:

Abscess drainage or debridement of necrotic tissue may be necessary.

Debriding

dɪˈbriːd

Meanings of Debriding:

verb

Remove damaged tissue or foreign objects from (a wound).

Usage examples:

A decision was made to surgically debride the ulcer

Debrief

diːˈbriːf

Meanings of Debrief:

verb

Question (someone, typically a soldier or spy) about a completed mission or undertaking.

Usage examples:

The government debriefed him over a span of four years
noun

A series of questions about a completed mission or undertaking.

Usage examples:

In the debrief, gary gave his assessment of the trip and his performance

Debriefed

ˌdiːˈbriːf

Meanings of Debriefed:

verb

Question (someone, typically a soldier or spy) about a completed mission or undertaking.

Usage examples:

The government debriefed him over a span of four years
noun

A series of questions about a completed mission or undertaking.

Usage examples:

In the debrief, gary gave his assessment of the trip and his performance

Meanings of Debriefing:

noun

A meeting to question someone, typically a soldier or spy, about a completed mission or undertaking.

Usage examples:

Post-flight debriefings
verb

Question (someone, typically a soldier or spy) about a completed mission or undertaking.

Usage examples:

The government debriefed him over a span of four years

Debriefings

diːˈbriːfɪŋ

Meanings of Debriefings:

verb

Question (someone, typically a soldier or spy) about a completed mission or undertaking.

Usage examples:

The government debriefed him over a span of four years
noun

A meeting to question someone, typically a soldier or spy, about a completed mission or undertaking.

Usage examples:

Post-flight debriefings

Debris

ˈdeb.riː

Meanings of Debris:

noun

Scattered pieces of rubbish or remains.

Usage examples:

Workmen were clearing the roads of the debris from shattered buildings

Debruise

dɪˈbruːz

Meanings of Debruise:

verb

Partly obscure (another charge).

Usage examples:

The labels borne by members of the royal family to debruise the royal arms are blazoned as white, n…

Debruised

dɪˈbruːz

Meanings of Debruised:

verb

Partly obscure (another charge).

Usage examples:

The labels borne by members of the royal family to debruise the royal arms are blazoned as white, n…

Debruises

dɪˈbruːz

Meanings of Debruises:

verb

Partly obscure (another charge).

Usage examples:

The labels borne by members of the royal family to debruise the royal arms are blazoned as white, n…

Meanings of Debruising:

verb

Partly obscure (another charge).

Usage examples:

The labels borne by members of the royal family to debruise the royal arms are blazoned as white, n…

Debs

dɛb

Meanings of Debs:

noun

Short for debutante.

Meanings of Debt:

noun

A sum of money that is owed or due.

Usage examples:

I paid off my debts

Meanings of Debt-free:

adjective

Not owing money

Usage examples:

The company's virtually debt-free status gives it the flexibility to consider larger deals.

Debtor

ˈdet.ər

Meanings of Debtor:

noun

A person, country, or organization that owes money.

Usage examples:

Generally, debtors must negotiate with each creditor separately

Meanings of Debtors:

noun

A person, country, or organization that owes money.

Usage examples:

Generally, debtors must negotiate with each creditor separately

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