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demodulate in telecommunications, to derive the original signal from (a modulated carrier signal); detect.
demographic of or relating to the study of human populations, involving statistical analysis of size, distribution, density, migration, fertility, and the like. [3 definitions]
demographics the characteristics of human populations, as shown by statistical analysis of their size, distribution, migration, density, etc.
demography the study of human populations, involving statistical analysis of size, distribution, density, migration, fertility, and the like.
demoiselle a young woman or girl. [3 definitions]
demolish to tear down or raze (a building or the like). [4 definitions]
demolition the act or an instance of demolishing or destroying, esp. by means of explosives. [5 definitions]
demolition derby a series of sporting contests in which old automobiles are repeatedly crashed into each other until only one can still move.
demon an evil spirit; fiend. [4 definitions]
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]