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Page COMMUNICATIVE-communicative, free

617 To COMPREHEND—to comprise, comprehend, embrace, COMMUNION—communion, converse.

618
contain, include

160 COMMUNION— lord's supper, eucharist, communion, sacra- To COMPREHEND-to conceive, understand, comprehend 15 ment 28 COMPREHENSIVE-comprehensive, extensive

161 COMMUNITY-community, society

618 To COMPRISE—to comprise, comprehend, embrace, conTo COMMUTE-to exchange, barter, truck, commute ..., 395

tain, include .

160 COMPACT-agreement, contract, covenant, compact, bar- COMPULSION- constraint, compulsion

227 gain

127 COMPUNCTION—repentance, penitence, contrition, comCOMPACT-close, compact....

322
punction, remorse

34 COMPANION—accompaniment, companion, concomitant .. 626 To COMPUTE-to calculate, compute, reckon, count, COMPANION— associate, companion 619

538 COMPANY—assembly, company, meeting, congregation, To COMPUTE-to estimate, compute, rate

537 parliament, diet, congress, convention, To CONCEAL—to conceal, dissemble, disguise .

665 synod, convocation, council 623 To CONCEAL—to conceal, hide, secrete

664 COMPANY—association, society, company, partnership.... 619 CONCEALMENT-concealment, secrecy.

665 COMPANY-band, company, crew, gang

625 To CONCEDE—to give up, deliver, surrender, yield, cede, COMPANY—society, company

619
concede

259 COMPANY—troop, company 626 ConceiT-conceit, fancy

51 COMPARISON—comparison, contrast... 103 Concert-pride, vanity, conceit

52 COMPARISON-simile, similitude, comparison

683 CONCEITED-opiniated, opiniative, conceited, egoistical.. 52 COMPASSION—pity, compassion....

428 To ConceiVE-to conceive, apprehend, suppose, imagine 14 COMPASSION-sympathy, compassion, commiseration, con- To CONCEIVE-to conceive, understand, comprehend. ... 15 dolence 427 CONCEPTION—conception, notion.....

15 COMPATIBLE--compatible, consistent

130 CONCEPTION-perception, idea, conception, notion .. 16 To Coupel—to compel, force, oblige, necessitate 225 CONCERN-affair, business, concern..

391 COMPENSATION-compensation, satisfaction, amends, re- CONCERN—to affect, concern

391 muneration, recompense, requital 546 CONCERN—care, concern, regard.

527 COMPETENT—competent, fitted, qualified 132 CONCERN-interest, concern....

391 COMPETITION—competition, emulation, rivalry. 97 To CONCERT—to concert, contrive, manage

685 To COMPLAIN—to complain, lament, regret 503 | To CONCILIATE-to conciliate, reconcile..

129 To COMPLAIN—to complain, murmur, repine.. 504 Concise-short, brief, concise, summary, succinct

323 COMPLAINT-complaint, accusation .. 70 To CONCLUDE—to close, finish, conclude

324 COMPLAISANCE—complaisance, deference, condescension, 198 To CONCLUDE UPON—to decide, determine, conclude COMPLAISANT-civil, obliging, complaisant..

196

upon..

231 COMPLAISANT-courteous, complaisant, courtly 196 CONCLUSION-conclusion, inference, deduction

20 COMPLETE—complete, perfect, finished 325 CONCLUSIVE—conclusive, decisive, convincing

234 COMPLETE-whole, entire, complete, total, integral .... 326 CONCLUSIVE_final, conclusive....

233 To CoMPLETE—to complete, finish, terminate

325 CONCOMITANT-accompaniment, companion, concomitant 626 COMPLETION—consummation, completion 325 CONCORD-concord, harmony

.. 132 COMPLEX-compound, complex 225 To CONCUR—to agree, coincide, concur

127 COMPLEXITY

CONCURRENCE- - assent, consent, approbation, concurrence 133 COMPLICATION

CONCUSSION-shock, concussion

351 COMPLIANT-compliant, yielding, submissive...

126 To CONDEMN—to blame, reprove, reproach, upbraid, cen. To COMPLIMENT—to adulate, flatter, compliment. 674

sure, condemn...

66 To COMPLY—to comply, conform, yield, submit..... 126 To CONDEMN—10 reprobate, condemn....

65 To COMPLY—to accede, consent, comply, acquiesce, To CONDEMN—to sentence, condemn, doom

153 agree

127 CONDESCENSION—complaisance, deference, condescension, 198 To COMPOSE—to compose, settle ... 238 Condition-article, condition, term

396 To COMPOSE—to compound, compose 225 CONDITION_condition, station.

315 To COMPOSE—to form, compose, constitute.

335 CONDITION-situation, condition, state, predicament, COMPOSED-composed, sedate

238
plight, case....

314 COMPOSED-calm, composed, collected ..

435 CONDOLENCE-sympathy, compassion, commiseration, conCOMPOUND-compound, complex....

225
dolence,...

427 To COMPOUND—to compound, compose 225 To CONDUCE-to conduce, contribute

151

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Page CONDUCT-behaviour, conduct, carriage, deportment, de- To CONSECRATE-to dedicate, devote, consecrate, hallow, 27 meanour... 186 To CONSENT—to consent, permit, allow .....

134 To CONDUCT—to conduct, guide, lead...

185 | To CONSENT—to accede, consent, comply, acquiesce, To CONDUCT—to conduct, manage, direct

185
agree

127 CONFEDERACY-alliance, league, confederacy..

625 CONSENT—assent, consent, approbation, concurrence .... 133 ConfedERATE-ally, confederate, accomplice.. 624 CONSEQUENCE-effect, consequence, result, issue, event.. 330 To CONFER—to confer, bestow

150 CONSEQUENCE-signification, avail, importance, conseCONFERENCE—conversation, dialogue, conference, col

quence, weight, moment

573 loquy 578 CONSEQUENCE-event, issue, consequence

330 To Confess—to acknowledge, own, confess, avow...... 551 CONSEQUENT -subsequent, consequent, posterior

304 To CONFIDE—to confide, trust...

511 CONSEQUENTLY-naturally, in course, of course, conseCONFIDENCE-—assurance, confidence

512
quently

302 CONFIDENCE-hope, expectation, trust, confidence. ...

..... 510 CONSEQUENTLY—therefore, consequently, accordingly 306 CONFIDENT--confident, dogmatical, positive 511 | To CONSIDER— to consider, reflect

18 To CONFINE-to bound, limit, confine, circumscribe, To CONSIDER—to consider, regard

18 restrict

162 CONSIDERATE—thoughtful, considerate, deliberate. 526 CONFINED-- contracted, confined, narrow 165 CONSIDERATION—consideration, reason

18 CONFINEMENT-confinement, imprisonment, captivity 166 To CONSIGN—to consign, commit, entrust

513 To CONFIRM—to confirm, corroborate.. 234 CONSISTENT-compatible, consistent

130 To CONFIRM—to confirm, establish .. 235 CONSISTENT—consonant, accordant, consistent

129 CONFLICT-conflict, combat, contest 113 To CONSOLE—to console, solace, comfort. ...

426 To CONFORM—to comply, conform, yield, submit 126 CONSONANT-consonant, accordant, consistent..

129 CONFORMABLE-conforniable, agreeable, suitable 130 CONSPICUOUS— distinguished, conspicuous, noted, eminent, CONFORMATION—form, figure, conformation

334
illustrious....

598 To CONFOUND—to abash, confound, confuse 62 CONSPICUOUS-prominent, conspicuous

599 To CONFOUND—to baffle, defeat, disconcert, confound 115 CONSPIRACY—combination, cabal, plot, conspiracy. 620 To CONFOUND—to confound, confuse .

317 CONSTANCY-constancy, stability, steadiness, firmness 235 To CONFOUND—to mix, mingle, blend, confound 320 CONSTANT-continual, perpetual, constant

293 To CONFRONT-to confront, face.... 113 CONSTANT-durable, constant

294 To CONFUSE—to confound, confuse..

317 CONSTERNATION-alarm, terror, fright, consternation 352 To CONFUSE—to abash, confound, confuse 62 To CONSTITUTE—to constitute, appoint, depute.

218 CONFUSED-indistinct, confused 320 To CONSTITUTE-to form, compose, constitute

335 CONFUSION-confusion, disorder

317 | CONSTITUTION-frame, temper, temperament, constituTo CONFUTE-to confute, refute, disprove, oppugn 75

tion

472 To CONGRATULATE-to felicitate, congratulate. 482 CONSTITUTION-government, constitution

208 assembly, company, meeting, congre- CONSTRAINT-constraint, compulsion

227 CONGREGATION gation, parliament, diet, congress, CONSTRAINT-constraint, restraint, restriction

228 CONGRESS convention, synod, convocation, coun- CONSTRUCT-to build, erect, construct

635 cil 623 To CONSULT-to consult, deliberate, debate

74 CONJECTURE-conjecture, supposition, surmise 44 To CONSUME—to consume, destroy, waste

644 To CONJECTURE—to guess, conjecture, divine 44 CONSUMMATION—consummation, completion

325 CONJUNCTURE--conjuncture, crisis 159 CONSUMPTION—decay, decline, consumption

443 To CONNECT--to connect, combine, unite 517 CONTACT-contact, touch...

94 CONNECTED_connected, related .... 518 CONTAGION---contagion, infection

94 CONNEXION— intercourse, communication, connexion, CONTAGIOUS--contagious, epidemical, pestilential

95 393 To CONTAIN—to contain, hold. ...

160 To CONQUER—to conquer, vanquish, sub overcome,

To CONTAIN--to comprise, comprehend, embrace, contain, surmount

116
include

160 CONQUEROR-conqueror, victor

97 To CONTAMINATE—to contaminate, defile, pollute, taint, CONSANGUINITY-kindred, relationship, affinity, consan

corrupt..

94 guinity 632 To CONTEMN—to contemn, despise, scorn, disdain....

54 CONSCIENTIOUS—conscientious, scrupulous..

35 To CONTEMPLATE-to contemplate, meditate, muse CONSCIOUS-aware, on one's guard, apprized, conscious.. 528 CONTEMPTIBLE

55 TO BE CONSCIOUS—to feel, be sensible, conscious

455 CONTEMPTUOUS

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CONTEMPTUOUS-contemptuous, scornful, disdainful..... 56 To CONVERSE—to speak, talk, converse, discourse...... 577
CONTEMPTIBLE-contemptible, despicable, pitiful 55 CONVERSIBLE-facetious, conversible, pleasant, jocular,
To CONTEND—to contend, strive, vie ...

97
jocose..

579 To CONTEND—to contend, contest, dispute.. 98 CONVERT—-convert, proselyte ..

32 CONTENTION—contention, strife ... 99 To CONVEY-to bear, carry, convey, transport.

388 CONTENTION—dissension, contention, discord, strife 100 To CONVICT-to convict, detect, discover. ..

556 CONTENTMENT-contentment, satisfaction...

466 Convict—criminal, culprit, malefactor, felon, convict. .. 86 CONTEST-conflict, combat, contest 113 CONVICTION—conviction, persuasion. ..

21 TO CONTEST—to contend, contest, dispute .. 98 CONVINCING—conclusive, decisive, convincing.

234 CONTIGUOUS-adjacent, adjoining, contiguous 520 CONVIVIAL-convivial, social, sociable..

618 CONTINENCE—chastity, continence ...

264 ConvocATION—assembly, company, meeting, congregaCONTINGENCY_accident, contingency, casualty ....... 156

tion, parliament, diet, congress, conCONTINGENT-accidental, incidental, casual, contingent.. 157

vention, synod, convocation, council.. 623 CONTINUAL- continual, perpetual, constant 293 To CONVOKE—to assemble, convene, convoke.

622 CONTINUAL—continual, continued 293 Cool-cool, cold, frigid..

658 CONTINUANCE

Cool—dispassionate, cool..

81 continuance, continuation, duration 294 CONTINUATION

Copious—plentiful, plenteous, abundant, copious, ample, 404 CONTINUATION—continuation, continuity 294 COPIOUSLY— largely, copiously, fully

406 To CONTINUE—to continue, remain, stay 290 Copy-copy, model, pattern, specimen..

681 To CONTINUE—to continue, persevere, persist, pursue, To Copy—to copy, transcribe ...

681 prosecute 291 To Copy– to imitate, copy, counterfeit.

679 CONTINUED-continual, continued 293 COQUET-coquet, jilt. .

673 CONTINUITY-continuation, continuity 294 CORDIAL_hearty, warm, sincere, cordial...

536 CONTRACT—agreement, contract, covenant, compact, bar- CORNER-corner, angle....

636 gain .. 127 CORPORAL

652 To CONTRACT—to abridge, curtail, contract

165 CORPOREAL CONTRACTED—contracted, confined, narrow 165 CORPOREAL_corporeal, material. .

652 To CONTRADICT—to contradict, oppose, deny.. 72 CORPSE-body, corpse, carcase..

652 CONTRARY—adverse, contrary, opposite 103 CORPULENT-corpulent, stout, lusty.

652 CONTRAST—comparison, contrast. ...

103 To CORRECT-to amend, correct, reform, rectify, emend, To CONTRIBUTE—to conduce, contribute...

151
improve, mend, better ,

200 To CONTRIBUTE-to minister, administer, contribute... 150 CORRECT—correct, accurate...

201 CONTRIBUTION— tax, duty, custom, toll, impost, tribute, CORRECTION—correction, discipline, punishment. 204 contribution,... 151 CORRÉCTNESS-justness, correctness . ....

201 CONTRITION—repentance, penitence, contrition, com- CORRESPONDENT—correspondent, answerable, suitable .. 133 punction, remorse. 34 | To CORROBORATE-to confirm, corroborate,

234 CONTRIVANCE—device, contrivance..

685 To CORRUPT—to contaminate, defile, pollute, taint, corTo CONTRIVE—to contrive, devise, invent..

685
rupt .....

94 To CONTRIVE-to concert, contrive, manage. 685 To CORRUPT—to rot, putrefy, corrupt .

643 To CONTROL—to check, curb, control... 230 CORRUPTION—depravity, depravation, corruption

92 To CONTROVERT—to controvert, dispute. 72 Cost-cost, expense, price, charge

543 CONTUMACIOUS—obstinate, contumacious, stubborn, head- Costly-valuable, precious, costly

544 strong, heady.. 212 COTEMPORARY—coeval, cotemporary.

296 CONTUMACY_contumacy, rebellion.

211 COVENANT-agreement, contract, covenant, compact, barCONTUMELY-reproach, contumely, obloquy

65
gain ....

127 To CONVENE—to assemble, convene, convoke. 622 To COVER to cover, hide.

662 CONVENIENT—commodious, convenient, suitable. 515 COVER—cover, shelter, screen

662 CONVENT-cloister, convent, monastery .... 31 COVERING-tegument, covering

663 CONVENTION-assembly, company, meeting, congrega- To Cover—to desire, long for, hanker after, covet. 138 tion, parliament, diet, congress, conCOVETOUSNESS-covetousness, cupidity, avarice..

140 vention, synod, convocation, council... 623 COUNCIL-assembly, company, meeting, congregation, CONVERSATION—conversation, dialogue, conference, col

parliament, diet, congress, convention, synod, loquy...

578
convocation, council....

623 CONVERSE-communion, converse 618 COUNSEL—advice, counsel, instruction.

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Page To Count—to calculate, compute, count, reckon. 538 CULPABLE—culpable, faulty ..

86 To COUNTENANCE—to encourage, countenance, sanction, CULPRIT-criminal, culprit, malefactor, felon, convict.. 86 support.. 360 CULTIVATION—cultivation, tillage, husbandry.

398 COUNTENANCE-face, countenance, visage.

605 CULTIVATION / cultivation, culture, civilization, refineCOUNTERFEIT-spurious, supposititious, counterfeit 679 CULTURE

ment.

194 To COUNTERFEIT—to imitate, copy, counterfeit ..... 679 CUNNING-art, cunning, deceit.

667 COUNTRY-land, country.. 633 CUNNING-cunning, crafty, subtle, sly, wily

669 COUNTRYMAN—countryman, peasant, swain, hind, rustic, CUPIDITY-covetousness, cupidity, avarice .

140 clown.. 397 | To CurB—to check, curb, control.

230 COUPLE-couple, brace, pair. 540 To Cure- to cure, heal, remedy...

439 COURAGE-courage, fortitude, resolution.. 110 Cure-cure, remedy ....

440 COURAGE-bravery, courage, valor 109 Curious—curious, inquisitive, prying..

51 COURSE-course, race, passage.... 307 CURRENT—stream, current, tide...

421 Course—way, road, route or rout, course

308 CURSE—malediction, curse, imprecation,

imprecation, execration, COURSE-series, course. ....

307
anathema .

26 Course—way, manner, method, mode, course, means. 308 CURSORY--cursory, hasty, slight, desultory..

289 COURTEOUS—affable, courteous. 197 To CURTAIL-to abridge, curtail, contract.

165 COURTEOUS

CURVED-bent, curved, crooked, awry.

367 courteous, complaisant, courtly.

196 COURTLY

CUSTODY-keeping, custody.

167 To CRACK-to break, burst, crack, split... .: 640 CUSTOM-custom, habit.

377 CRAFTY—cunning, crafty, subtle, sly, wily.. 669 Custom-custom, fashion, manner, practice .

377 To CRAVE - to beg, beseech, solicit, entreat, supplicate, Custom—tax, duty, custom, toll, impost, tribute, contriimplore, crave

bution.

151 To CREATE-to cause, occasion, create. 335 Custom-usage, custom, prescription

379 To CREATE-to make, form, produce, create ....

333 CREDIT-credit, favor, influence 183 Daily—daily, diurnal .....

297 CREDIT-belief, credit, trust, faith... 20 Dainty_dainty, delicacy ·

365 Credit-name, reputation, credit 595 DAMAGE—loss, damage, detriment

497 Creed—faith, creed.... 21 DAMAGE—injury, damage, hurt, harm, mischief.

497 Crew-band, company, crew, gang · 625 DAMPNESS-moisture, humidity, dampness.

659 CRIME-crime, vice, sin. 84 DANGER-danger, peril, hazard. ....

155 CRIME—crime, misdemeanor 84 To DARE—to brave, dare, defy, challenge.

108 CRIMINAL—criminal, guilty. 85 DARING—daring, bold .....

111 CRIMINAL-criminal, culprit, malefactor, felon, convict.. 86 DARK—dark, obscure, dim, mysterious.

608 CRISIS-conjuncture, crisis 159 | DARK-opake, dark ....

609 CRITERION—criterion, standard 234 To DART to shoot, dart..

351 CRITICISM-animadversion, criticism, stricture... 69 Date_time, period, age, date, era, epocha.

295 To CRITICISE-to censure, animadvert, criticize. 69 To Daub—to smear, daub. ..

658 CROOKED_awkward, cross, untoward, crooked, froward, To DAUNT--to dismay, daunt, appal

353 perverse ...

366 DAYS OF YORE—formerly, in times past, or old times, CROOKED-bent, curved, crooked, awry

367

days of yore, anciently or ancient Cross—awkward, cross, untoward, crooked, froward,

times

299 perverse 366 DEAD— lifeless, dead, inanimate ..

426 Cross-captious, cross, peevish, petulant, fretful. 367 Deadly_deadly, mortal, fatal.

449 CROWD-multitude, crowd, throng, swarm. 628 DEAL-deal, quantity, portion..

617 CRUEL-cruel, inhuman, barbarous, brutal, savage. 452 DEALING—trade, commerce, traffic, dealing.

393 CRUEL-hard-hearted, cruel, unmerciful, merciless ... 451 DEARTH-scarcity, dearth. ...

271 To Crush-to break, bruise, squeeze, pound, crush. 639 DEATH—death, departure, decease, demise..

448 To CRUSH - to overwhelm, crush . 642 To DEBAR—to deprive, debar, abridge.

645 CRUTCH-staff, stick, crutch.

254 To DEBASE—to abase, humble, degrade, disgrace, debase 61 Cry-noise, cry, outcry, clamor. 592 To DEBATE—to argue, dispute, debate.

73 To CRY to cry, weep.... 593 To DeBATE-consult, deliberate, debate...

74 To Cry—to cry, scream, shriek.

593 To DEBILITATE-to weaken, enfeeble, debilitate, enerTo Cry-to cry, exclaim, call.

593
vate, invalidate ..

444

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DEBILITY-debility, infirmity, imbecility. ....
443 To DEFEND—to guard, defend, watch

169
DEBT-debt, due ...,
223 DEFENDANT

168
DECAY-decay, decline, consumption

443 DEFENDER
To Decay- to perish, die, decay....

447 DEFENSIBLE

defensible, defensive
DECEASE—death, departure, decease, demise
448 | DEFENSIVE

.. 169
Deceit—art, cunning, deceit ...

667 To DEFER—to delay, defer, postpone, procrastinate, pro-
Decert-deceit, deception.

670
long, protract, retard ...

285
Deceit-deceit, duplicity, double-dealing..

670 DEFERENCE--complaisance, condescension, deference 198
Deceit- deceit, fraud, guile. ...

671 Defile-to contaminate, defile, pollute, taint, corrupt.. 94
DECEITEUL-fallacious, deceitful, fraudulent.
671 DEFICIENT—defective, deficient....

92
To Deceive-to deceive, delude, impose upon
669 DEFINITE-definite, positive

575
DECEIVER—deceiver, impostor
670 DEFINITION-definition, explanation

575
DECENCY-decency, decorum
266 To DEFORM—to deface, disfigure, deform

641
Decent- becoming, decent, seemly, fit, suitable. 265 To DEFRAUD—to cheat, defraud, trick

673
DECEPTION-deceit, deception...
670 To DEFY-to brave, defy, dare, challenge

108
To Decide to decide, determine, conclude upon.. .. 231 To DEGRADE— to disparage, detract, traduce, depreciate,
Decided-decided, determined, resolute...

233
degrade, decry.

59
DECIDED-decided, decisive..

233 To DEGRADE—to abase, humble, degrade, disgrace, de-
DECISION—decision, judgement, sentence.
233

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DECISIVE-decided, decisive ....
233 To DEGRADE-to disparage, derogate, degrade

59
DECISIVE-conclusive, decisive, convincing.
234 To DEGRADE—to humble, humiliate, degrade

120
To DECLAIM—to declaim, inveigh ......
66 DEGREE-class, order, rank, degree

309
To DECLARE—to declare, publish, proclaim

552 Deity-deity, divinity.....
To DECLARE—to express, declare, signify, testify, utter.. 570 DEJECTION—dejection, depression, melancholy

509
To DECLARE—to discover, manifest, declare

554 To Delay—to delay, defer, postpone, procrastinate, pro-
To DECLARE—to profess, declare ...

552
long, protract, retard

285
DECLINE-decay, decline, consumption
443 DELEGATE--delegate, deputy.

219
To Decline—to refuse, decline, reject, repel, rebuff.. 245 To DELIBERATE-to consult, deliberate, debate.. 74
To DECORATE—to adorn, decorate, embellish.... 637 DELIBERATE-thoughtful, considerate, deliberate. 526
DECORUM—decency, decorum ...
266 DELICACY- dainty, delicacy

365
To Decor— to allure, tempt, seduce, entice, decoy. 372 Delicate-fine, delicate, nice

365
To DECREASE—to abate, lessen, dismiss, decrease . 419 Delight-pleasure, joy, delight, charm..

481
Decree_decree, edict, proclamation .....
553 DELIGHTFUL-delightful, charming.

363
To Decry—to disparage, detract, traduce, depreciate, To DELINEATE—to paint, depict, delineate, sketch 399
degrade, decry...
59 DELINQUENT-offender, delinquent

82
To DedicaTE-to dedicate, devote, consecrate, hallow .. 27 | To DelivER—to deliver, rescue, save. ......

256
To DEDUCE-to derive, trace, deduce....

562 To DELIVER—to give up, deliver, surrender, yield, cede,
To DEDUCT—to deduct, subtract.....

521
concede....

... 259
DEDUCTION—conclusion, inference, deduction

20 DELIVERANCE

deliverance, delivery
DEED-deed, exploit, achievement, feat

337 | DELIVERY
DEED-action, act, deed .....

336 To DeLuDE-to deceive, delude, impose upon
To Deem—to think, suppose, imagine, believe, deem 16 | Deluge—to overflow, inundate, deluge..

420
To Deface-to deface, disfigure, deform
641 | DELUSION— fallacy, delusion, illusion....

671
To DEFAME—to asperse, detract, defame, slander, calum- To DEMAND—to ask, or ask for, claim, demand..

238
niate
60 To DEMAND- to demand, require

238
To Defeat—to beat, defeat, overpower, rout, overthrow, 114 DEMEANOR — behaviour, conduct, carriage, deportment,
To DEFEAT-to baffle, de disconcert, confound .... 115

demeanor

186
To DEFEAT—to defeat, foil, disappoint, frustrate 115 DEMISE-death, departure, decease, demise

448
DEPECT-imperfection, defect, fault, vice

87 To Demolish–to demolish, raze, dismantle, destroy 644
DEFECT—blemish, defect, fault
91 DEMON—devil, demon......

41
DEFECTIVE—defective, deficient.

92 To DEMONSTRATE-to prove, demonstrate, evince, mani-
To DEFEND—to apologize, defend, justify, exculpate, ex-

fest

555
cuse, plead.....
170 To DEMUR—to demur, hesitate, pause

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To DEFEND-to defend, protect, vindicate..

168 DEMUR-demur, doubt, hesitation, objection.

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