browse search

Dictionary Suite
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z
disrupt to throw into disorder or turmoil. [2 definitions]
disruption the condition or an instance of disrupting or being disrupted.
disruptive causing or caused by turmoil or disorderly behavior.
dissatisfaction the state or condition of not being satisfied, or a cause of this condition.
dissatisfactory causing displeasure or dissatisfaction.
dissatisfied feeling or showing displeasure or disappointment.
dissatisfy to fail to satisfy, esp. to fail to meet the expectations of; displease; disappoint.
dissect to cut open or apart (a plant or animal) in order to examine or perform surgery on it. [2 definitions]
dissected in botany, containing or consisting of many sections or parts, as some leaves. [3 definitions]
dissection the act of dissecting or fact of being dissected. [2 definitions]
dissemble to disguise or hide behind a false semblance; conceal the true nature or state of. [3 definitions]
disseminate to spread widely, as though scattering seed.
dissemination the act or process of disseminating.
dissension strong disagreement or contention. [2 definitions]
dissent disagreement, objection, or protest, or a spoken or written declaration thereof. [3 definitions]
dissenter one who dissents. [2 definitions]
dissentient dissenting, esp. from the ruling or majority opinion. [2 definitions]
dissertation a formal and usu. lengthy exposition in speech or writing, esp. a detailed report of research by a candidate for a doctoral degree.
disservice an act of treating someone badly or less favorably than deserved.
disserviceable combined form of disservice.
dissever to separate, cut off, or sever. [3 definitions]