Depuration to Destitution

Depuration, n.

    1. Cleansing, purification.
    2. Clarification, clearing, clarifying.

Deputation, n.

    1. Delegation, commission.
    2. Deputies, delegates, body of delegates, delegation, commissioners, envoys, legation, embassy.

Depute, v. a. Delegate, commission, send out, appoint as agent.

Deputy, n. Delegate, representative, substitute, proxy, envoy, legate, agent, factor.

Derange, v. a.

    1. Disorder, confuse, unsettle, disarrange, displace, turn topsy-turvy, put out of place.
    2. Disturb, discompose, disconcert, ruffle.
    3. Make or render insane, craze, madden, unbalance.

Derangement, n.

    1. Disorder, confusion, disarrangement.
    2. Disturbance, discomposure.
    3. Insanity, lunacy, madness, mania, dehrium, mental aberration, mental alienation, alienation.

Derbyshire-spar, n. Fluor-spar, fluoride of calcium.

Derelict, a.

    1. (Law.) Forsaken, relinquished, abandoned, left.
    2. Unfaithful, faithless, delinquent, negligent, guiltily neglectful.

Derelict, n.

    1. Abandoned property.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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