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Deciamatory, de-klám'ma-tůre. 2. appeal-Decrepitation, de-krep-e-ta'shón. the ing to the passions

crackling noise which salt makes over the Declarahle, dê-kla'rå-bl. a. capable of proofl| Declaration, dék-klå-ra'shủn. s. afirmation Decrepitude, dé-krép'e-tide, s. the last stage Declarative, de-klär'å-tiv. 2. making decla of decay, the last effects of old age ration, explanatory

Decrescent, dè-krểs'sếnt, a. growing less Declaratory, dê-klár'a-túr-å. a affirmative, Decretal, dé-kre'tål. a. appertaining to, or expressive

[proclaim containing a decree Declare, dê-klåre'. v. a. to make known, to Decretal, dě-krė'tål, or dèk'ré-tål. a book Declension, dé-klên'shủn. s. declination, de of decrees or edicts scent; infection, manner of changing| Decrial, de-krlal. s.

clamorous censure, 1 [of terminations noisy condemnation Declinable, de-kil'na-bl. a. having variety Decry, de-kri'. v. a. to censure, to blame Declination, dék-kle-nå'shủn. s. descent, the clamorously act of bending; obliquity

Decumbence, de-kům'bênse.

s. the act of Declinator, dêk-lé-na'tůr. s. an instrument||Decumbency, dê-kin'Đển-ge. in dialing

lying down Decline, de-kline'. v. n. to lean downwards Decuple, dék'ú-pl. a. tenfold

(ten to deriate, to refuse, to decay

Decurion, de-kuré-ún. s. a commander over Decline, de-kline'. s. diminution, decay Decursion, de-kůr'shủn. a. the act of running Declivity, dé-kliv'è-tė. s. inclination, or ob

down

(cutting sbort liquity reckoned downwards

Decurtation, dék-kir-tå'shủn. s. the act of Declivous, de-kll'vủs. a. gradually descending Dedecorate, de-Lêk'kd-rate. v. a. to disgrace Decoct, dé-kökt'. v. a. to prepare by boiling ; Dedecoration, de-dek-kd-rå'shủn. s. the act of to digest (boiled disgracing

(reproachful Decoctible, dé-kök'te-bl. a. that may be Dedecorous, dé-dék'k8-růs. a. disgraceful, Decoction, de-kók'shủn. s. the act of boiling ; Dedentition, ded-én-tish'ún. a. loss or shed. a preparation made by boiling

ding of the teeth Decocture, de-kôk'tshúre. 8. a substance Dedicate, did'ê-kåte. v. a. to devote, to ap. drawn by decoction

propriate, to inscribe to a patron Decollation, dek-kol-là'shủn. 8. the act of be-Dedicate, dễd'é-kåte. a. consecrate, dedicated heading

Dedication, ded-e-ka'shức, s. the act of dedi. Decompose, de-kom-poze'. v. a. to dissolve cating, consecration; address to a patron or resolve a mixed body

Dedicator, ded'é-ka-túr, s, one who inscribes Decomposite, de-kom-pôz'it. a. compounded

his work to a patron

(dedication a second time

Dedicatory, déd’d-ka-tår d. a, composing a Decomposition, dé-kom-po-zish'ún. 8. the Deduce, de-dúse'. 7. a. to gather or infer

act of compounding things already com from [ed, consequential proposition pounded

Deducement, de-dúse'ment. s the thing deducDecompound, de-kôm-påůnd'. v. a. to com-Deducible, dė-dú'sé-bl. a. collectible by reapose of things already compounded

(away Decorate, dễk'ko-råte. v. a. to adorn, to em- Deduct, de-dôkt'. v. a. to subtract, to take bellish

[ded beauty Deduction, dé-dôk'shủn. s. consequence; that Decoration, dék-kd-rå'shủn. s. ornament, ad which ie deducted Decorous, dé-ko'růs. a. descent, suitable to al Deductive, dé-důk'tiv, a. deducible (tially character

(the bark)Deductively, dé-dấk'tiv-le. ad. consequen. Decorticate, de-kor'tė-kåte. V. a. to divest of Deed, dééd. s. action, exploit, written evi. Decorum, dé-ko'rům. s. decency, seemliness

dence Decoy, de-kod'. v. a. to lure into a cage, toj Deem, dėém. v. D. part. deemed, to judge entrap

Deep, deep. a. far from the outer part; saga Deccy, de-kod'. s. allurement to mischief cious ; politick ; grave, solemn; bass Decrease, dé-krése'. v. 2. to grow less, to bel Veep, déėp. 8. the sea, the main ; the solemn diminished

[less, decay
part

(darken Decrease, dé-krése'. s. the state of growing Deepe!, dté'pn. v. a. to make deep, to Decree, dė-krée' v. D. to make an edict, to Deepmouthed, dèépʻmödthu. a. having a appoint dy edict

hoarse and loud voice Decree, de-krée'. s. an edict, a law Deeply, dédpʻlé. ad. to a great depih, nolemaDecrement, dêk'kré-mênt. 8. decrease, the ly in a high degree

state of growing less, the quantity lost by Deepness, dèép'rés. 9. profundity, depth decreasing

[with age Deer, déer. 8. that class of animals which in Decrepit, de-kiep'it a. wasted or wora outll hunted for venisva

son

De ace, dé-fase'. v. a. to destroy, to disfigure (Define, dè-rine'. v. a. to give the definition, De acement, dé-fåse'mént. 8. violation, injury to explain: to circumscribe, to mark the De failance, de-a lanse. 8. failure

limit Desfalcate, de-sálskáte. 1. a. to cut off, to take Define, de-fine'. v. n. to determine, to decide a way part

Definite, dete-nít. a. certain, limited ; exact Det alcation, déf-rål-kå'shủn. 8. dimimation Definitely, děl'é-nit-lé. ad. precisely, in a Des amatory, dé-fåm'må-tûr-d. a. calumnious, definite manner

[edness u ajustly censorious [dishonour by reports ||Definiteness, dêr'ê-nit-nés. 8. certainty, limitDes ame, de-fame'. v. a. to censure falsely, to Definition, déf-e-nish ản. s. a short descripDat amer, de-là'můr. s. one that injures the tion of any thing by its properties reputation of another

Definitive, de-fia'e-tiv, a. determinate, er Def: tigate, de-fategite. v. to weary press

(expressly Defitigation, dé-råté-ga'shủn. s. weariness Definitively, de-fln'é-tir-le, ad. decisivels Default, dè-tåwlt'. s. omission, neglect Deflagrability, déf-da-grå-bil'é-té. s. comDefaulter, de-fåwltúr. s one who is deficient bustibility

[in fire in duty

Deflagrahle, de-så'grå-bl. a. wasting away Defeasance, dé-fè'zanse. s. the act of annulling Detect, de-nekt'. v. n. to turn aside Defeasible, dé-fé'zê-bl. a. that which may be Detlection, de-fék'shủn. s. deviation, the act annulled

of turning aside Defeat, dé-réte'. s. an overthrow (trate Deflexure, de-flék'shůre. s. a bending down, Defeat, de-fete'. v. a. to overthrow; to frus-1! a turning aside

liouring Defecate, dếi'fe-káte. v. a. to cleanse, to puri-| Defloration, dêr-Ad-rå'shủn. 8. the act of defy

[blemish Deflour, de-fidir'. v. a. to ravish Defect, dê-rêkt'. s. want, failing ; a fault, a Defluous, dêr'fiú-ús. a. that flows down; that Defectibility, de-fék-tê-bil'é-té. s. the state of falls of

[of humours fa:ling, imperfection

[cientDefuxion, dé-Aůk'shủn. s. the flowing down Defectible, dé-fék'tė-bl. a. imperfect, def-Deform, de-förm', v. a. to disfigure, to disDefection, dé-rêk'shủn. s. a falling away, honour

(manner revolt

[perfect ; faulty Deformedly, de-får'med-le. ad. in an ugly Defective, dé-rêk'tlv. a. full of defects, im- Deformity, dé-fòr'mė-té. 6. ugliness, ill-faDefectiveness, dé-fék'tív-nés. 8. want, faulti vouredness; irregularity

[cation Defraud, défråwd'. v. a. to rob or deprive by Defence, de-rânse'. s. guard, protection, vindi a wile or trick Defenceless, dé-sense'lês. a. unarmed, un-j Defrauder, dé-fråw'dir. 8. a deceiver guarded ; impotent

(to vindicate Defray, dé-fra'. v. a. to bear the charges of Defend, dé-fénd'. v. a. to stand in defence of, Defrayment, de-frá mếnt. s. the payment of Defendable, dé-rên'dá-bl. a. that may be de expenses fended

(the person accused or sued||Defunct, dé-růnkt'. a. dead, deceased Defendant, dé-rén-dant. s. he that defends ;l! Defunct, de-fúnkt'. s. a dead man or woman Defender, dé-fền'dúr. 6. a champion ; a vindi-Defy, dé-r'. v. a. to call to combat, to chalcator; an advocate [ed; justifiable lenge; to slight

[rites

to

fight Defensible, dé-fên'sê-bl. a. that may be defend-Defyer, de-flúr. s. a challenger, one that inDefensive, dé-fến'siv. a. proper for defence ;| Degeneracy, de-jển'ér-å-se. 8. a departing in a state or posture of defence

from the virtue of our ancestors Defensive, de-fén'sív. s. safeguard; state of Degenerate, de-jén'êr-áte. v. n. to fall from defence

(manner the virtue of our ancestors; to grow wild Defensively, dè-fén'siv-lè. ad. in a defensive

or base Defer, dė-fér'. v. n. to put off, to delay to act Degenerate, de-jền'ér-dte. a. unlike his anDeference, dér ér-ense. s. regard, respect ;|| cestors ; unworthy, base complaisance, suhimission

Degeneration, dé-jen-êr-a'shủn. s, a deviation Defiance, de-dl'inse. s. a challenge, expression from the virtue of one's ancestors

of abhorrence or contempt Timporfertion Degenerous, dė-jén'ér-sis. a. degenerated, Deficiency, defish'éu-se. s. defect, failing, il vile, infamous Pacient, de-fish'ént. a. wanting, deiretive Deglutition, dég-gli-tish'ủn. 8. the act or Defile', de-rlle'. v. i to pollute; to violate ; to power of swallowing

Degradation, dég-grå-då’shủn. 8. a depriva de-rlle'. v. n. to go off file by file tion of an office or digoity ; degeneracy Defila, de-riie'.

$. a narrow passage (tion Degrade, dé-gråde'. r. a. tó leesen, to doo Defilement, dé-rlle'mont. s. pullution, corrup minish Defit able, dé-fine'a-bl. a. capable of defi- Degree, dé-gréé'. s. quality, rank, station : na lion

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Dehurt, de-hørt. v. a. to dissuade

Delicately, dél'é-kåte-lé. ad. daintily; choice Dehortation, Je-hår-ta'shún. s. dissuasion, a ly ; politely; effeminately counselling to the contrary

Delicateness, déie-kåte-nes. s. the state of Deicide, de e-side. s. the death of our Blessed being delicate Savicur

[making a gou Delicates, dél'é-kats. s. niceties, rarities Deification, de-d-re-kå'shủn. s. the act of Delicious, dé-lish'ús. a. sweet, delicate, that Deiform, de'e-form. a. of a godlike fora affords delight Deify, de'e-r. v. a. to make a god of, to Deliciously, de-lish'ủs-lé. ad. sweetly, pleaadore as God

(worthylsantly, delightfully Deign, uảne. v. n. to vouchsafe, to think Deliciousness, de-lish'ủs-nès. .. Selight, pleaDeintegrate, dé-In'tė-gråte. v. a. to diminish Deligation, dél-lé-ga'shủn. 8. a binding up Deism, de'izm. 8. the acknowledging a God Delight, delite'. s. joy, pleasure

without the reception of revealed religion Delight, de-lite'. v. a. to please, to satisfy Deist, de'ist, s. one who adheres to deism Delight, dé-lite'. v. n. to have delight on Deistical, de-Is'te-käl. a. belonging to the

pleasure in heresy of the deists

Delightful, de-llte'fA1. a. pleasar:t, charming Deity, dė'é-te. s. divinity, a fabulous god Delightfully, dé-lite'ful-le. ad. pleasantly, Deject, de-jềkt. 8. a. to cast down, to attlict, charmingly

[lightful tu grieve

(manner Delightsorne, de-Ilte'sim. a. pleasant, deDejectedly, dd-jêk'têd-lè. ad. in a dejected Delightsomeness, de- lite'sim-nés. . pleas Dejection, de-jék'shủn. s. lowness of spirits. santness, delightfulness melancholy

(in pieces Delineate, dé-lin'é-åte. V. a. to design; lo Detaceration, dé-lås-sêr-d'shản. s. a tearing paint, to describe De lapsed, de-lapst .a. bearing or falling Jown|Delineation, dé-lin-e-a'shủn. the first Delay, dé-là'. v. a. to defer, to put off, to draught of a thing (failure in duty hinder

(action Delinquency, dé-ling'kwen-sé. . a fault, Delay, de-la'. v. n. to stop, to cease from Delinquent, de-ling'k wènt. s. an offender Delay, dé-lá'. s. procrastination; stay, stop Deliquate, dêr'le-kwáte. v. n. to mely to Delayer, dé-lá úr. b. one that defers

be dissolved Delectable, dé-lék'tå-bl. a. pleasing, delight-Deliquium, de-lik'kwê-úm. s. a distillation by ful (ness, pleasantness the force of fire

(duating Delectableness, dé-léktá-bl-nès. 8. delightful Delirious, de-1?r’é-ús. a. light-headed, ravng; Delectably, dé-lék'ta-blé. ad. delightfully, Delirium, dė-lir'd-im. . alienation of mind, pleasantiy

slightli dotage Delectation, dél-lék-tå'shủn. s. pleasure, de-Deliver, td-11v'ůr. 7. a. to give, to yield; to Delegate, dei'e-gate. v. a. to send upon an save, to rescue ; to utter; to disburden embassy ; to intrust; to appoint

Deliverance, dé-ilv'ůr-anse. s. the act of deDelegate, dêr'le-gåte. 8. a deputy, a commis livering, rescue ; utterance ;

the act of sioner

bringing children

(a relater Delegate, dêi'le-gåte. a. deputed

Deliverer, de-liv'úr úr. s. a saver, a rescuer ; Delegation, déi-le-gå-shủn. s. a sending away: Delivery, de-liv'ůr-ė. s. release, rescue; a a putting into commission

surrender ; utterance; childbirth Delete, dé-léte'. v. a. to blot out

Dell, dll. s. a pit, a valley Deleterious, dêl-lé-te'ré-is. a. deadly, de Deludable, dé-lu'då-bl. a. liable to be deceived structive

Delude, de-lude'. v. a. to beguile, to cheat, Delf, dêlf. s. a quarry; earthen ware

to deceive Deliberate, de-iłb'ér-åte. y. n. to think in Deluder, dé-lu'důr. s. a deceiver, an impostos order to choice, to hesitate

Deluge, déi'ldje. s. ad inundation any sud. Deliberate, dé- lib'er-åte. a. circumspect, wa den and resistless calamity

[spectly, advisedly Deluge, dèi'ldje. 5. a. to lay totally under Deliberately, dé-ifb'êr-åte-lè. ad. eircum-li water; to overwhelm Deliberateness, dê-lib'êr-te-nês. s. circum-Delusion, dė-)Uʻzhủn. s. a cheat ; false represpection, wariness

sentation, illusion Deliberation, dé-lib-er-a'shủn. e. the act of Delusive, de-Id'siv. . deliberating, thought in order to choice Delusory, dé-lu-sůr-é.}

a. apt to deceive Deliberative, de-lib'èr-a-tiv. a. pertaining to Delve, delv. V. a. to dig; to fathom ; to vift deliberation, apt to consider

Delve, dély, s. a ditch, a pitfall, a den Delicacy, dél'é-ká-sė. s. daintiness ; softness ; (Demagogue, dêm'a-gog. . a ring leader of nicety; politeness ; scrupulousness

the rabble Delicate, déi'é-kåte. a. nice, dainty, choice, Demand, dé-månd'. s. a claim; a questions select; soft, effeminate ; puro

the asking of what is duo

ry ; slow

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of a name

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menace

Den land, dé-mảnd'. v. a. to claim, tu ask for|| Denominate, dé-nôm'é-nåle. v. a. to give a w.ith authority (demanded

[given to a thing Dem andable, dé-mån'da-bl. a. that may be Denomination, dé-nôm-e-nå'shủn. 8. a name Dem.ean, de-méne'. v. a. to behave, to debase Deuuminative, dé-nôm'é-nå-tiv. a. that gives Der eanour, dé-me'nůr. . carriage, behaviour Der erit, de-mêr'ít. B. the opposite to merit, Denominator, dê-nôm'é-nå-tůr. the giver il-desersing

(ting Deniesne, dé-mene'. s. the land which a man Denotation, dén-d-t'shůr. s. the act of dedoo kolds originally of himself

Denote, dė-bote'. v. a. to mark, to betoken Desni, dém'è. a. inseparable particle, half Denounce, dé-nðůuse'. v. a. to threaten by Demi-devil, dêm'é-dév'vl. s. half a devil proclamation De mi-god, dêm'é-god. s. half a god Denouncement, dé-nổinse'mênt. s. the act of De mise, de mize'. s. death, decease

proclaiming any menace De mise, -m'ze'. v. a. to grant at one's Dense, dense. a. close, compact death, to bequeath

Density, dén'se-tè. s. closeness, compactness De mission, dé-mish'ûn. B. degradation Dental, dén'tål. a. belonging to the teeth De mocracy, de-mok’krå-se. s. a form of Denticulated, dên-tik'u-là-têd. a set with government, in which the sovereign power small teeth

(teeth is lodged in the people

Dentifrice, dểnote-frỉ. B. powder for the Dejpocrate, dêın'd-kråt. 8. a friend to popular Dentist, dén'tist. s. a surgeon who confines his government

practice to the teeth [ing the teeth De nocratical, dêm-d-krát'é-kål.

per-Dentition, dén-tish'ûn. 8. the act of breedtuning to a popular government Demudate, de-ou'dáte. v. a. to divest, to strip Demolish, đè-môn TỈsh. 1. a. to raze, to||Desudation, dển-nu-da’shua. 8. the act of destroy

stripping

(naked Demolisher, dé-ml'lish-ir. s. a destroyer Denude, de-bilde'. v. a. to strip, to make Demolition, dém-d-lish'ún. s. the act of de- || Denunciation, de-nủn-she-a'shảo. s. a publick nolishing

[renounce Denon, de'mon. s. a spirit, an evil spirit Deny, dè-ni'. s. a. to refuse, to disown, to Danoniacal, dêm--nl'A-kål.

Deobstruct, dé-ob-strúkt'. v. a. to clear from Danoniack, dé-md'nd-ak. } a. devilish

impediments

(sage influenced by the devil (the devil Deoppilate, dé-ep'pé-låte. v. a. to clear a pas Denoniack, dé-mo'nė-åk. s. ore possessed by Deosculation, de-ös-ku-lå'shún. s. the act of Denonstrable, dé-mon'stra-bl. a. that may be kissing

(by colours proved beyond doubt of contradiction Depaint, de-pånt. v. a. to picture, to describe Demonstrate, dê-mon'stráte. v. a. to prove Depart, dé-pắrt'. v. n. to go away, to desert, with certainty

to apostatize ; to desist; to die

(ment Demonstration, dêm-mon-strå'shủn. . the Department, dé-párt'ment. 8. separate allot. highest degree of evidence

Departure, dé-pår'tshåre. 6. a going away; Demonstrative, de-mon'stra-tiv. a. having the death ; a forsaking

(poor power of demonstration

Depauperate, de-påw'pér-áte. v. a. to make Demonstrator, dêm-môn-strå'tůr. 8. one that|| Depectible, de-pêk'tė-bl. a. tough, clammy proves, one that teaches

(ing| Depend, de-pénd'. v. n. to bang from; to Dei nulcent, dé-mål'sênt. a. softening, mollify rely on, to trust to Da qur, dé-mir'. v, a to doubt of

Dependance, de-pén'dânse.

s. the state of Det nur, de můr'. s. donbt, hesitation Dependancy, dé-pên'dan-sé. } Deo iure, dé-mère'. a. grave, affectedly modest banging from a supporter; connexion, reDen urely, dé-mure'le, ad. with affected

liance, trust

(another de sty

[affected modesty Dependant, de-pén'dant. a. in the power of Der.urenese, dé-máre'nès. s. gravity of aspect;l/Dependant, dé-pén'dant. s. one who lives in Dexiy, de-m?'. s. a kind of paper

subjection, or at the discretion of another Deo, dên. s. a cavern, the cave of a wild beast || Dependent, dé-pen'dént. a. hanging down Depiable, de-nlå-bl. a. that may be denied Dephlegin, dé-ném'

V. a. to clear Decial, de-nl'al. 8. Degation, refusal (nent Dephlegmate, de-Algʻmåte. Denier, de-nľúr. s, a contradicter, an oppo. from phlegm

(the mind De igrate, den’e-grate. 1.4. to blacken Depict, dé-pikt'. v. a. to paint, to describe to Der ization, déné-zá'shủn. s. the act of en-Depicture, de-pik'tshåre. V. a. to represent in fi aneh ising

painting

(to take away hair De uizen,

Depilatory, de-pil'lå-tår d. s. an application Derizon, Ga ncbised

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Deplorable, dé-plora-bl. a. lamentable, sadly Deputation, dép-u-ca'shún. s. the act of sendDeplorably, de-pld'çá-bié. ad. lamentably, ing with a special commission miserably

Depute, de-púte'. 8. a. to send, to empower Deplore, de-plore'. v. a. to lament, to be yail Deplume, de-plume'. v. a. to strip of its fea-Deputy, dép'-te. s. a lieuterint, a viceroy. thers

[plenge; to risk any other that transacts business for another Depone, de-påne'. v. a., to lay down as a Deracinate, de-rås'sé-nåte. v. a. to tear up Deponent, dé-po'nềnt. 3. one that deposes his by the roots testimony in a court of justice ; such verbs Deraign,

dé-råne'. v. a. to prove, to justify as have no active voice (to lay waste Derain, Depopulate, de-pôp's-låte. v. a. to unpeople, Derange, Jé-rånje' v. a. to disorder, to disDepopulation, de-pop-4-lå'shủn. s. havock, arrange

(saking

Dereliction, dér-é-11k'shủn. s. an utter for Deport, dé-port'. r. a. to carry, to demean Deride, dê-ride'. v. a. to laugh at, to turn to Deportment, de-port'mếnt. s. conduct, de ridicule

[stock meanour, behaviour

Derision, dé-rizn'ủn. 6. scorn, a laughingDepose, de-pdze'. v. a. to lay down; to de-Derisive, de-ri'siv. a. mocking, scoffing

grade from a throne; to give testimony Derivable, dé-rlvå-bl. a. attainable by deriDepose, de-poze'. v. n. to bear witness vation

(its original Depository, dé-pôz'd-tůr-ė. s. one with whom Derivation, dêr-e-va'shản. 8. a tracing from any thing is lodged in trust

Derivative, dé-riv'a-tiv. a. derived from Deposit, de-pôz'it. v. a. to lay up as a pledge another

(word derived or security; to lay aside

Derivative, dè-rlv'a-tiv. 8.

the thing or Deposii, de-pôz'st. sany thing committed to Derivatively, de-riv'a-tiv-lè. ad. in a les the trust and care of another

rivative manner Deposition, dép-pd-zish'ûn. s. the act of giv-Derive, dé rive'. v. a. to deduce or trice ing publick testimony; the act of degrading from its original

[to descend fnm Depository, dé-pôz'd-túr-ė. s. the place Derive, dé rive'. v. n. to owe its origin to where any thing is lodged

Dernier, dêrn-yåre'. a. last Depravation, dép-rå-va'shủn. s. degeneracy,| Derogate, dér’d-gåte. v. a. to lessen the depravity

worth, to disparage Deprave, dé-pråve' v. a. to violate, to corrupt Derogate, dêr'd-gate. a. lessened in valae Depravity, de-práv'éctė. s. corruption Derogation, dêr--gå'shủn. s. a disparagiig Deprecate, dép pré-kåte. v. a. to implore mer-| Derogative, dé-rn' -tiv. a derogating, bs cy of; to pray deliverance from

sening the value

(the value Deprecation, dép-pré-kå'shủn. 5. prayer! Deroga:ory, dé-sog'a-tûr-d. a. that lessins against evil

Dervis, dér'vis. s. a Turkish priest Depreciate, de-pré'she-Stė. v. a. to undervalue] Descant, dés'kânt. 8. a song or tune ; a doo Depredate, dép'pré-dåte. v. a to rob, to pillage

[spoiling Descant, dés-kant'. v. n. to harangue, lo Depredation, dép-pre-da'shủn. 8. a robbing, a discourse at large Depredator, dép'pré-då-túr. 8. a robber Descend, dé-sénd'. v. n, to come down ; to Deprehension, dép-pré-hền'sbủn. 8. a catch proceed from

ing or taking unawares; a discovery Descend, dé-send'. v. a. to walk down Depress, de-prés'. v. a. to .press or thrust Descendant, de-sên'dant. s. the offspring of down; to humble, to deject

an ancestor Depression, de-prèshoản. 8. the act of hum-||Descendent, de-sendent. a. coming dovn; bling, abasement

proceeding from another Depressor, de-prés'sứr. s. he that keeps or Descension, dé-sển' shủn. s. the act of faling presses down

[ depriving or sinking, descent; a degradation Deprivation, dép-pré-vå'shủn. 8. the act of Descent, dé-sånt'. s. progress dowowards ; Deprive, dé-prive'. v. a. to bereave one of a invasion; transmission of any thing by thing; to put out of an office

and inheritance ; extraction, Depth, dépth. s deepness, an abyss, the mid process of lineage, offspring

dle of a season ; obscurity [ayay Describe, de-skribe'. v. a. to delineate, to Depulsory, dé-půl'sůr-ė. a. putting or driving mark out, to define in a lax manner Depurate, dép'd-rate. v. a. to purify, to describer, de-skri'bůr. s. he that describer cleanze

Description, dé-skrip'shản. s. the act of deDepurate, dép'!-råte. a. cleansed, pure scribing, the sentence or passage in which Depuration, dép-d-ra'shủn. s. the act of ma any thing is described ; a lax definition king pure

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