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Dissimilated

dɪˈsɪm.ɪ.leɪt

Meanings of Dissimilated:

verb

Change (a sound or sounds in a word) to another when the word originally had identical sounds near each other (e.g. in taper, which derives from papyrus, the p is dissimilated to t ).

Meanings of Dissimilating:

verb

Change (a sound or sounds in a word) to another when the word originally had identical sounds near each other (e.g. in taper, which derives from papyrus, the p is dissimilated to t ).

Dissimilitude

ˌdɪs.sɪˈmɪl.ɪ.tʃuːd

Meanings of Dissimilitude:

noun

Dissimilarity or diversity.

Usage examples:

Now there is a compelling formulation of the principle of anglican comprehensiveness - ‘manifold an…

Dissimulate

dɪˈsɪm.jə.leɪt

Meanings of Dissimulate:

verb

Conceal or disguise (one's thoughts, feelings, or character).

Usage examples:

A country gentleman who dissimulates his wealth beneath ragged pullovers

Meanings of Dissimulated:

verb

Conceal or disguise (one's thoughts, feelings, or character).

Usage examples:

A country gentleman who dissimulates his wealth beneath ragged pullovers

Dissimulates

dɪˈsɪm.jə.leɪt

Meanings of Dissimulates:

verb

Conceal or disguise (one's thoughts, feelings, or character).

Usage examples:

A country gentleman who dissimulates his wealth beneath ragged pullovers

Dissimulating

dɪˈsɪm.jə.leɪt

Meanings of Dissimulating:

verb

Conceal or disguise (one's thoughts, feelings, or character).

Usage examples:

A country gentleman who dissimulates his wealth beneath ragged pullovers

Meanings of Dissimulation:

noun

Concealment of one's thoughts, feelings, or character; pretence.

Usage examples:

An attempt at dissimulation

Meanings of Dissimulations:

noun

Concealment of one's thoughts, feelings, or character; pretence.

Usage examples:

An attempt at dissimulation

Meanings of Dissipate:

verb

(with reference to a feeling or emotion) disappear or cause to disappear.

Usage examples:

The concern she'd felt for him had wholly dissipated

Dissipated

ˈdɪs.ɪ.peɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Dissipated:

adjective

(of a person or way of life) overindulging in sensual pleasures.

Usage examples:

Dissipated behaviour
verb

(with reference to a feeling or emotion) disappear or cause to disappear.

Usage examples:

The concern she'd felt for him had wholly dissipated

Dissipates

ˈdɪs.ɪ.peɪt

Meanings of Dissipates:

verb

(with reference to a feeling or emotion) disappear or cause to disappear.

Usage examples:

The concern she'd felt for him had wholly dissipated

Dissipating

ˈdɪs.ɪ.peɪt

Meanings of Dissipating:

verb

(with reference to a feeling or emotion) disappear or cause to disappear.

Usage examples:

The concern she'd felt for him had wholly dissipated

Dissipation

ˌdɪs.ɪˈpeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Dissipation:

noun

Overindulgence in sensual pleasures; dissipated living.

Usage examples:

A descent into drunkenness and sexual dissipation

Dissipations

dɪsɪˈpeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Dissipations:

noun

Overindulgence in sensual pleasures; dissipated living.

Usage examples:

A descent into drunkenness and sexual dissipation

Dissipative

ˈdɪs.ɪ.peɪ.tɪv

Meanings of Dissipative:

adjective

Relating to dissipation (= the process of gradually disappearing or losing energy, for example by cooling down)

Usage examples:

The process of decay is a fundamental part of any dissipative system., there is an essential tensio…

Dissociable

dɪˈsəʊ.ʃə.bəl

Meanings of Dissociable:

adjective

Able to be dissociated; separable.

Usage examples:

Language and cognition are not dissociable

Dissociate

dɪˈsəʊ.ʃi.eɪt

Meanings of Dissociate:

verb

(especially in abstract contexts) disconnect or separate.

Usage examples:

The word ‘spiritual’ has become for many dissociated from religion

Dissociated

dɪˈsəʊ.ʃi.eɪt

Meanings of Dissociated:

verb

(especially in abstract contexts) disconnect or separate.

Usage examples:

The word ‘spiritual’ has become for many dissociated from religion

Meanings of Dissociates:

verb

(especially in abstract contexts) disconnect or separate.

Usage examples:

The word ‘spiritual’ has become for many dissociated from religion

Meanings of Dissociating:

verb

(especially in abstract contexts) disconnect or separate.

Usage examples:

The word ‘spiritual’ has become for many dissociated from religion

Dissociation

dɪˌsəʊ.ʃiˈeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Dissociation:

noun

The action of disconnecting or separating or the state of being disconnected.

Usage examples:

We in the west honour a long-standing dissociation between church and state

Dissociations

dɪˌsəʊʃɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Dissociations:

noun

The action of disconnecting or separating or the state of being disconnected.

Usage examples:

We in the west honour a long-standing dissociation between church and state

Dissociative

dɪˈsəʊ.ʃə.tɪv

Meanings of Dissociative:

adjective

Causing disconnection or separation.

Usage examples:

The dissociative force of scepticism has been constantly at work in all of europe's great ages

Dissoluble

dɪˈsɒl.jə.bəl

Meanings of Dissoluble:

adjective

Able to be dissolved, loosened, or disconnected.

Usage examples:

Permitting divorce would render every marriage dissoluble

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