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dedicate to set apart or declare to be for a special use or purpose, as a worthy cause, public benefit, or sacred activities. [3 definitions]
deduct to subtract (an amount or a part) from another amount or sum. [3 definitions]
defeat to win a victory over; beat in a game, battle, or the like. [4 definitions]
detect to perceive, discover, or uncover. [2 definitions]
detest to hate; loathe.
deviate to turn away from a direct or prescribed course. [6 definitions]
devote to give (one's time or attention) to a purpose. [3 definitions]
devoted showing or feeling great attachment; ardent. [2 definitions]
divide to separate into parts or factions. [8 definitions]
divided separated into sections or pieces. [3 definitions]
drift to be carried along by an outside force, such as wind or water. [11 definitions]
estivate to spend the summer. [2 definitions]
fast food food from a restaurant that is made and eaten right away. Fast food is usually not expensive.
fast-food offering foods for sale that are quickly available for eating or taking out.
federate to bring together or unite in a federation or league. [2 definitions]
festivity an occasion of feasting and celebration; festival. [3 definitions]
fetid having a foul odor; stinking.
flatfoot a condition of the foot in which the arch is flattened.
flatfooted pertaining to or having flat feet. [2 definitions]
foetid variant of fetid.