Part 1.

deference
courteous regard for people's feelings
deject
lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
delusion
a mistaken or unfounded opinion or idea
dependable
consistent in performance or behavior
deprecate
express strong disapproval of; deplore
depressed
filled with melancholy and despondency

 

Part 2.

derange
throw out of mental balance; make insane
dilapidation
the process of becoming dilapidated
dipper
a ladle that has a cup with a long handle
discharge
remove the unbalanced electricity from
disillusion
the act of freeing from false belief
dissolute
unrestrained by convention or morality

 

Part 3.

distortion
a shape resulting from being deformed
downhearted
filled with sadness and hopelessness
dweller
a person who inhabits a particular place
eccentricity
strange and unconventional behavior
eerie
suggestive of the supernatural; mysterious
entitled
qualified for by right according to law

 

Part 4.

execrate
curse or declare to be evil or anathema
exhausted
depleted of energy, force, or strength
facet
a distinct feature or element in a problem
far-flung
distributed over a considerable extent
fiction
a literary work based on the imagination
flip
turn upside down, or throw so as to reverse

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2020-04-17