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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]
demote to lower in position, grade, class, or rank.
demotic of or relating to the common people; popular. [2 definitions]
demulcent soothing, as an ointment or the like. [2 definitions]
demur to object or indicate opposition to something. [3 definitions]
demure quiet, shy, modest, or reserved in manner. [2 definitions]
demurrage the delay in loading or unloading a ship or other freight carrier beyond a previously specified time. [2 definitions]
demurrer a plea for the dismissal of a lawsuit based on the alleged insufficiency of the opposition's contentions to support its claim, or on other legal defects. [3 definitions]
demyelination loss of the myelin sheath surrounding nerve cells that causes impaired function, as in multiple sclerosis.
demythologize to discount or do away with the mythological characteristics or mythical associations of, as in an attempt to arrive at a more realistic understanding.