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Dispossess

ˌdɪs.pəˈzes

Meanings of Dispossess:

verb

Deprive (someone) of land, property, or other possessions.

Usage examples:

They were dispossessed of lands and properties during the reformation

Meanings of Dispossessed:

verb

Deprive (someone) of land, property, or other possessions.

Usage examples:

They were dispossessed of lands and properties during the reformation
adjective

Dispossessed people have had their property taken away from them.

Usage examples:

The poor and the dispossessed

Dispossesses

ˌdɪs.pəˈzes

Meanings of Dispossesses:

verb

Deprive (someone) of land, property, or other possessions.

Usage examples:

They were dispossessed of lands and properties during the reformation

Dispossessing

ˌdɪs.pəˈzes

Meanings of Dispossessing:

verb

Deprive (someone) of land, property, or other possessions.

Usage examples:

They were dispossessed of lands and properties during the reformation

Meanings of Dispossession:

noun

The action of depriving someone of land, property, or other possessions.

Usage examples:

The global impact of poverty and dispossession

Meanings of Dispraise:

noun

Censure; criticism.

Usage examples:

This engraving has on occasion elicited dispraise for raphael
verb

Express censure or criticism of.

Usage examples:

Men cannot praise dryden without dispraising coleridge

Dispraised

dɪsˈpreɪz

Meanings of Dispraised:

verb

Express censure or criticism of.

Usage examples:

Men cannot praise dryden without dispraising coleridge
noun

Censure; criticism.

Usage examples:

This engraving has on occasion elicited dispraise for raphael

Meanings of Dispraiser:

noun

Censure; criticism.

Usage examples:

This engraving has on occasion elicited dispraise for raphael
verb

Express censure or criticism of.

Usage examples:

Men cannot praise dryden without dispraising coleridge

Meanings of Dispraising:

verb

Express censure or criticism of.

Usage examples:

Men cannot praise dryden without dispraising coleridge
noun

Censure; criticism.

Usage examples:

This engraving has on occasion elicited dispraise for raphael

Disproof

dɪsˈpruːf

Meanings of Disproof:

noun

A set of facts that prove that something is untrue.

Usage examples:

Rex was living disproof of the youth-preserving powers imputed to life in the college

Disproofs

dɪsˈpruːf

Meanings of Disproofs:

noun

A set of facts that prove that something is untrue.

Usage examples:

Rex was living disproof of the youth-preserving powers imputed to life in the college

Disproportion

ˌdɪs.prəˈpɔː.ʃən

Meanings of Disproportion:

noun

An instance of being out of proportion with something else.

Usage examples:

There is a disproportion between the scale of expenditure and any benefit that could possibly result

Meanings of Disproportional:

adjective

Too large or too small in comparison with something else.

Usage examples:

A few people have a disproportional impact on policy

Disproportionate

ˌdɪs.prəˈpɔː.ʃən.ət

Meanings of Disproportionate:

adjective

Too large or too small in comparison with something else.

Usage examples:

People on lower incomes spend a disproportionate amount of their income on fuel
verb

Undergo disproportionation.

Usage examples:

Water disproportionates to oxygen and hydrogen

Disproportionately

ˌdɪs.prəˈpɔː.ʃən.ət.li

Meanings of Disproportionately:

adverb

To an extent that is too large or too small in comparison with something else.

Usage examples:

A tax cut would disproportionately benefit the rich

Disproportionates

ˌdɪsprəˈpɔːʃ(ə)neɪt

Meanings of Disproportionates:

verb

Undergo disproportionation.

Usage examples:

Water disproportionates to oxygen and hydrogen
adjective

Too large or too small in comparison with something else.

Usage examples:

People on lower incomes spend a disproportionate amount of their income on fuel

Disproportionation

ˌdɪsprəpɔːʃəˈneɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Disproportionation:

noun

A reaction in which a substance is simultaneously oxidized and reduced, giving two different products.

Usage examples:

Reactions in which atoms of the same element are both oxidized and reduced are disproportionation r…

Disproportions

dɪsprəˈpɔːʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Disproportions:

noun

An instance of being out of proportion with something else.

Usage examples:

There is a disproportion between the scale of expenditure and any benefit that could possibly result

Disproval

dɪsˈpruːv(ə)l

Meanings of Disproval:

noun

The action of proving that something is untrue.

Usage examples:

Determination of facts, and disproval of slanders

Disprove

dɪˈspruːv

Meanings of Disprove:

verb

Prove that (something) is false.

Usage examples:

He has given the department of transport two months to disprove the allegation

Disproved

dɪˈspruːv

Meanings of Disproved:

verb

Prove that (something) is false.

Usage examples:

He has given the department of transport two months to disprove the allegation

Meanings of Disproven:

adjective

Demonstrated by evidence or argument to be false.

Usage examples:

The attorney's disproven claims are shameful and offensive

Disproves

dɪsˈpruːv

Meanings of Disproves:

verb

Prove that (something) is false.

Usage examples:

He has given the department of transport two months to disprove the allegation

Disproving

dɪˈspruːv

Meanings of Disproving:

verb

Prove that (something) is false.

Usage examples:

He has given the department of transport two months to disprove the allegation

Disputable

dɪˈspjuː.tə.bəl

Meanings of Disputable:

adjective

Not established as a fact, and so open to question or debate.

Usage examples:

Whether it can be described as art criticism may be disputable

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