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display name in computing, a name visible on a computer screen which indicates the user's identity. The display name is not necessarily the same as the user's "username," which is used in logging in.
displease to annoy, dissatisfy, or disappoint. [2 definitions]
displeased annoyed, unhappy, or dissatisfied.
displeasing causing dissatisfaction, disappointment, annoyance, or other negative reaction.
displeasure the condition or fact of being annoyed, dissatisfied, or disappointed.
disport to amuse (oneself). [4 definitions]
disposable designed for or capable of being disposed of after use. [3 definitions]
disposable income the income that one has for spending, saving, or the like after taxes are deducted.
disposal a giving away or a getting rid of something. [4 definitions]
dispose to make willing or make open to; incline. [4 definitions]
dispose of to give away or get rid of. [2 definitions]
disposer someone or something that disposes.
disposition a predominant or prevailing mood or temperament, as of a person or the weather. [6 definitions]
dispossess to put out of possession or occupancy, esp. of real property.
dispraise to speak ill of; disparage; censure. [2 definitions]
disproof the act of disproving. [2 definitions]
disproportion a lack of proper proportion or relationship in size, quantity, strength, or the like; disparity. [3 definitions]
disproportionate out of proportion, as in quantity or appearance; unbalanced.
disprove to prove to be untrue, erroneous, or invalid.
disputable able to be disputed or argued; questionable.
disputant one who disputes or contests; arguer; debater. [2 definitions]