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delegate a person who is authorized to speak or act for one or more others, such as a representative to a conference or convention. [3 definitions]
delegation a group of persons selected to represent others, as at a conference or convention. [3 definitions]
delete to remove or eliminate (written words, sentences, or the like) by crossing out, cutting out, or erasing.
deleterious harmful or injurious, as to health.
deletion the act or an instance of deleting. [2 definitions]
delft a variety of Dutch earthenware that is glazed white and usu. decorated with blue. [2 definitions]
deli (informal) delicatessen.
deliberate said or done intentionally. [5 definitions]
deliberately intentionally or with premeditation. [2 definitions]
deliberation the act of carefully thinking about a matter in order to make a decision; the act of deliberating. [3 definitions]
deliberative organized or convened to debate issues formally for the purpose of determining policy. [2 definitions]
delicacy fineness of texture or design. [8 definitions]
delicate agreeable to the senses because of fineness or subtlety. [7 definitions]
delicatessen a shop that sells ready-to-eat foods such as salads, cooked meats, and cheeses. [2 definitions]
delicious extremely pleasing or agreeable, esp. to the sense of taste or smell. [3 definitions]
delight considerable pleasure, satisfaction, or enjoyment. [5 definitions]
delighted filled with delight; exceedingly pleased.
delightful very pleasing; causing delight.
Delilah according to the Old Testament, Samson's mistress, who cut off his hair, which was the source of his superhuman strength, and delivered him to his enemies the Philistines.
delimit to define or mark the limits or boundaries of; demarcate.
delineate to represent by drawing; sketch out. [2 definitions]