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Dehisced

dɪˈhɪs

Meanings of Dehisced:

verb

(of a pod or seed vessel, or a cut or wound) gape or burst open.

Usage examples:

After the anther lobes dehisce, the pollen is set free

Dehiscence

diːˈhɪs(ə)ns

Meanings of Dehiscence:

noun

The splitting or bursting open of a pod or wound.

Usage examples:

A hard, dry seed is shed from the plant after dehiscence of the mature fruit

Meanings of Dehiscent:

adjective

(of a pod or wound) characterized by splitting or bursting open.

Usage examples:

Mature fruits are dehiscent capsules that break open upon ground impact

Meanings of Dehisces:

verb

(of a pod or seed vessel, or a cut or wound) gape or burst open.

Usage examples:

After the anther lobes dehisce, the pollen is set free

Meanings of Dehorn:

verb

Remove the horns from (an animal).

Usage examples:

You can learn how to dehorn a bull calf

Meanings of Dehorned:

verb

Remove the horns from (an animal).

Usage examples:

You can learn how to dehorn a bull calf

Dehorning

diːˈhɔːn

Meanings of Dehorning:

verb

Remove the horns from (an animal).

Usage examples:

You can learn how to dehorn a bull calf

Dehorns

diːˈhɔːn

Meanings of Dehorns:

verb

Remove the horns from (an animal).

Usage examples:

You can learn how to dehorn a bull calf

Dehors

dəˈɔː

Meanings of Dehors:

preposition

Other than, not including, or outside the scope of.

Usage examples:

Where a trust is dehors a will, the beneficiary will not even know of the trustee

Dehort

ˌdiːˈhɔːt

Meanings of Dehort:

verb

Strongly dissuade (someone) from a course of action.

Usage examples:

They dehorted him from going to babylon

Dehorted

ˌdiːˈhɔːt

Meanings of Dehorted:

verb

Strongly dissuade (someone) from a course of action.

Usage examples:

They dehorted him from going to babylon

Dehorting

ˌdiːˈhɔːt

Meanings of Dehorting:

verb

Strongly dissuade (someone) from a course of action.

Usage examples:

They dehorted him from going to babylon

Dehorts

ˌdiːˈhɔːt

Meanings of Dehorts:

verb

Strongly dissuade (someone) from a course of action.

Usage examples:

They dehorted him from going to babylon

Dehull

diːˈhʌl

Meanings of Dehull:

verb

Another term for hull2.

Meanings of Dehumanisation:

noun

The process of depriving a person or group of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

The consequences of systematic dehumanization of one racial group in a society can be horrific

Meanings of Dehumanise:

verb

Deprive of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

Brutal management methods and fear can dehumanize people

Meanings of Dehumanised:

verb

Deprive of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

Brutal management methods and fear can dehumanize people

Dehumanising

ˌdiːˈhjuː.mə.naɪz

Meanings of Dehumanising:

verb

Deprive of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

Brutal management methods and fear can dehumanize people
adjective

Depriving a person or group of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

The dehumanizing effects of war

Dehumanization

diːhjuːmənʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Dehumanization:

noun

The process of depriving a person or group of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

The consequences of systematic dehumanization of one racial group in a society can be horrific

Dehumanize

ˌdiːˈhjuː.mə.naɪz

Meanings of Dehumanize:

verb

Deprive of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

Brutal management methods and fear can dehumanize people

Dehumanized

ˌdiːˈhjuː.mə.naɪz

Meanings of Dehumanized:

verb

Deprive of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

Brutal management methods and fear can dehumanize people

Meanings of Dehumanizes:

verb

Deprive of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

Brutal management methods and fear can dehumanize people

Meanings of Dehumanizing:

adjective

Depriving a person or group of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

The dehumanizing effects of war
verb

Deprive of positive human qualities.

Usage examples:

Brutal management methods and fear can dehumanize people

Dehumidified

ˌdiː.hjuːˈmɪd.ɪ.faɪ

Meanings of Dehumidified:

verb

Remove moisture from (the air or a gas).

Usage examples:

Cleaning surfaces with a bleach solution and dehumidifying the air can help, but if you have mold i…

Meanings of Dehumidifier:

noun

A device that removes excess moisture from the air.

Usage examples:

We had to hire dehumidifiers and run those 24 hours a day for three months.

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