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Meanings of Disuse:

noun

The state of not being used.

Usage examples:

His voice was croaky with disuse

Disused

dɪsˈjuːzd

Meanings of Disused:

adjective

No longer being used.

Usage examples:

They held an exhibition in a disused warehouse

Disutility

ˌdɪsjuːˈtɪləti

Meanings of Disutility:

noun

The adverse or harmful effects associated with a particular activity or process, especially when carried out over a long period.

Usage examples:

Workers will accept this wage if it at least offsets the marginal disutility of work.

Disvalue

dɪsˈvaljuː

Meanings of Disvalue:

verb

Undervalue (something or someone).

Usage examples:

I'm not going to disvalue the way they feel
noun

A negative value or worth.

Usage examples:

A story in which exhibitionism is a disvalue

Meanings of Disvalued:

verb

Undervalue (something or someone).

Usage examples:

I'm not going to disvalue the way they feel
noun

A negative value or worth.

Usage examples:

A story in which exhibitionism is a disvalue

Disvalues

dɪsˈvaljuː

Meanings of Disvalues:

verb

Undervalue (something or someone).

Usage examples:

I'm not going to disvalue the way they feel
noun

A negative value or worth.

Usage examples:

A story in which exhibitionism is a disvalue

Disvaluing

dɪsˈvaljuː

Meanings of Disvaluing:

verb

Undervalue (something or someone).

Usage examples:

I'm not going to disvalue the way they feel
noun

A negative value or worth.

Usage examples:

A story in which exhibitionism is a disvalue

Disyllabic

ˌdaɪ.sɪˈlæb.ɪk

Meanings of Disyllabic:

adjective

(of a word or metrical foot) consisting of two syllables.

Usage examples:

A disyllable or disyllabic word has two syllables, a trisyllable or trisyllabic word has three.

Disyllable

daɪˈsɪl.ə.bəl

Meanings of Disyllable:

noun

A word or metrical foot consisting of two syllables.

Usage examples:

A disyllable or disyllabic word has two syllables, a trisyllable or trisyllabic word has three.

Dit

dɪt

Meanings of Dit:

noun

(in the morse system) another term for dot1.

Ditch

dɪtʃ

Meanings of Ditch:

noun

A narrow channel dug at the side of a road or field, to hold or carry away water.

Usage examples:

Their car went out of control and plunged into a ditch
verb

Provide with a ditch or ditches.

Usage examples:

He was praised for ditching the coastal areas

Meanings of Ditched:

verb

Provide with a ditch or ditches.

Usage examples:

He was praised for ditching the coastal areas
noun

A narrow channel dug at the side of a road or field, to hold or carry away water.

Usage examples:

Their car went out of control and plunged into a ditch

Ditches

dɪtʃ

Meanings of Ditches:

noun

A narrow channel dug at the side of a road or field, to hold or carry away water.

Usage examples:

Their car went out of control and plunged into a ditch
verb

Provide with a ditch or ditches.

Usage examples:

He was praised for ditching the coastal areas

Meanings of Ditching:

noun

The construction or repair of ditches.

Usage examples:

They would have to pay for hedging and ditching
verb

Provide with a ditch or ditches.

Usage examples:

He was praised for ditching the coastal areas

Ditchwater

ˈdɪtʃˌwɔː.tər

Meanings of Ditchwater:

noun

Stagnant water in a ditch.

Usage examples:

‘i happen to prefer champagne to ditchwater,’ said the benign old wrecker of the ordered society.

Diterpene

dʌɪˈtəːpiːn

Meanings of Diterpene:

noun

Any of a group of terpenes found in plant gums and resins, having unsaturated molecules based on a unit with the formula c20h32.

Ditheism

ˈdʌɪθɪɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Ditheism:

noun

A belief in two gods, especially as independent and opposed principles of good and evil.

Usage examples:

What features in this world would make you accept the following: a) polytheism, b) ditheism, c) mon…

Meanings of Dither:

verb

Be indecisive.

Usage examples:

I can't bear people who dither
noun

Indecisive behaviour.

Usage examples:

After months of dither ministers had still not agreed
phrase

Be undecided or uncertain

Dithered

ˈdɪð.ər

Meanings of Dithered:

adjective

(of a colour image or print) appearing to contain more colours than are really available.

Usage examples:

Dithered bitmaps
verb

Be indecisive.

Usage examples:

I can't bear people who dither

Ditherer

ˈdɪð.ər.ər

Meanings of Ditherer:

noun

Someone who finds it difficult to make decisions

Usage examples:

He's gaining a reputation here as a bit of ditherer, someone who can't really make decisions., he n…

Dithering

ˈdɪð.ər

Meanings of Dithering:

verb

Be indecisive.

Usage examples:

I can't bear people who dither
noun

Indecisive behaviour.

Usage examples:

After months of dither ministers had still not agreed

Dithers

ˈdɪðə

Meanings of Dithers:

verb

Be indecisive.

Usage examples:

I can't bear people who dither
noun

Indecisive behaviour.

Usage examples:

After months of dither ministers had still not agreed

Meanings of Dithery:

adjective

Taking a long time to make a decision about doing something

Usage examples:

He seems rather dithery but in fact he works very calmly and efficiently., stress makes some people…

Meanings of Dithionite:

noun

A salt containing the anion s2o42−.

Dithyramb

ˈdɪθɪram(b)

Meanings of Dithyramb:

noun

A wild choral hymn of ancient greece, especially one dedicated to dionysus.

Usage examples:

His bacco in toscana, published in 1685, is subtitled ditirambo, the greek dithyramb being a choral…

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