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demonetize to stop using (a metal, such as gold) as a measure or standard of monetary values. [2 definitions]
demoniac apparently under the influence of a demon or evil spirit; raging; mad. [3 definitions]
demonic relating to or suggestive of a demon; demoniac. [2 definitions]
demonism the belief in, worship of, or study of demons.
demonolatry the worship of demons; devil worship.
demonology the study of demons or of demon worship. [2 definitions]
demonstrable able to be demonstrated. [2 definitions]
demonstrate to explain or describe, esp. by modeling or using many examples. [4 definitions]
demonstration the act of proving with evidence. [5 definitions]
demonstrative serving to demonstrate or illustrate; explanatory. [5 definitions]
demonstrator a person who demonstrates something. [3 definitions]
demoralize to weaken or destroy the confidence, courage, spirit, or morale of. [3 definitions]
demote to lower in position, grade, class, or rank.
demotic of or relating to the common people; popular. [2 definitions]
demulcent soothing, as an ointment or the like. [2 definitions]
demur to object or indicate opposition to something. [3 definitions]
demure quiet, shy, modest, or reserved in manner. [2 definitions]
demurrage the delay in loading or unloading a ship or other freight carrier beyond a previously specified time. [2 definitions]
demurrer a plea for the dismissal of a lawsuit based on the alleged insufficiency of the opposition's contentions to support its claim, or on other legal defects. [3 definitions]
demythologize to discount or do away with the mythological characteristics or mythical associations of, as in an attempt to arrive at a more realistic understanding.
den the resting place or retreat of a large predatory wild animal, such as a wolf or lion; lair. [4 definitions]