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decanter a stoppered, decorative glass bottle for serving wine, brandy, or the like.
decapitate to cut off the head of; behead.
decapod one of a group of crustaceans having ten legs, including crabs, lobsters, and shrimps. [2 definitions]
decarbonate to remove carbon dioxide gas or bubbles from.
decarbonize to remove carbon or soot from.
decarboxylate to remove a carbonyl group from (an organic compound), resulting in the emission of carbon dioxide.
decastere a unit of volume equal to ten steres or cubic meters or 13.079 cubic yards.
decasyllable a word or line of poetry having ten syllables.
decathlete one who participates in a decathlon.
decathlon an athletic contest in which each participant competes in ten different track and field events over a period of two days.
decay to rot or become rotted; decompose. [8 definitions]
decease the act of dying; death. [2 definitions]
deceased no longer alive; dead. [2 definitions]
decedent in law, one who has died.
deceit the act or practice of misleading, tricking, or cheating. [3 definitions]
deceitful full of deceit; duplicitous. [2 definitions]
deceive to lead (a person) to believe something that is untrue; mislead; trick; defraud. [2 definitions]
decelerate to lower the speed of; decrease in velocity; slow down.
December the twelfth month of the Gregorian calendar year, having thirty-one days.
decemvir one of a council of ten members that drew up the first code of Roman laws in 450 B.C. [2 definitions]
decency the quality, state, or condition of being decent. [3 definitions]