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disquiet lack of mental calm or peace; anxiety; uneasiness. [2 definitions]
disquietude a state of uneasiness; anxiety.
disquisition a formal, often lengthy, oral or written discussion of a subject.
disregard to refuse to notice or respond to; ignore. [3 definitions]
disrepair the state or condition of needing repair (often prec. by in).
disreputable in bad repute; not respectable. [2 definitions]
disrepute ill repute or low regard; disgrace or disfavor (usu. prec. by in or into).
disrespect lack of respect; impoliteness; contempt. [2 definitions]
disrespectable combined form of disrespect.
disrespectful exhibiting disrespect; discourteous.
disrobe to take the clothes off; undress.
disrupt to throw into disorder or turmoil. [2 definitions]
disruption the condition or an instance of disrupting or being disrupted.
disruptive causing or caused by turmoil or disorderly behavior.
dissatisfaction the state or condition of not being satisfied, or a cause of this condition.
dissatisfactory causing displeasure or dissatisfaction.
dissatisfied feeling or showing displeasure or disappointment.
dissatisfy to fail to satisfy, esp. to fail to meet the expectations of; displease; disappoint.
dissect to cut open or apart (a plant or animal) in order to examine or perform surgery on it. [2 definitions]
dissected in botany, containing or consisting of many sections or parts, as some leaves. [3 definitions]
dissection the act of dissecting or fact of being dissected. [2 definitions]