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decliner
noun see decline I
declining
adjective Date: 1593 of or relating to the period during which something is deteriorating or nearing its end
declinist
noun Date: 1988 one who theorizes that a nation or society is in or is headed for a state of economic, political, or social decline
declivitous
adjective Date: 1799 moderately steep
declivity
noun (plural -ties) Etymology: Latin declivitat-, declivitas, from declivis sloping down, from de- + clivus slope, hill; akin to Latin clinare Date: 1612 1. downward ...
deco
noun Usage: often capitalized, often attributive Date: 1969 art deco
decoct
transitive verb Etymology: Middle English, from Latin decoctus, past participle of decoquere, from de- + coquere to cook — more at cook Date: 15th century 1. to extract the ...
decoction
noun Date: 15th century 1. an extract obtained by decocting 2. the act or process of decocting
decode
transitive verb Date: 1896 1. a. to convert (as a coded message) into intelligible form b. to recognize and interpret (an electronic signal) 2. a. decipher 3a b. ...
decoder
noun Date: 1920 one that decodes; especially an electronic device that converts signals from one form to another (as for unscrambling a television transmission)
decollate
transitive verb (-lated; -lating) Etymology: Latin decollatus, past participle of decollare, from de- + collum neck — more at collar Date: 15th century behead • ...
decollation
noun see decollate
décolletage
noun Etymology: French, action of cutting or wearing a low neckline, from décolleter Date: 1894 1. the low-cut neckline of a dress 2. a décolleté dress 3. bust I,2
décolleté
I. adjective Etymology: French, from past participle of décolleter to give a low neckline to, from dé- de- + collet collar, from Old French colet, from col collar, neck, from ...
decollete
noun see décolleté II
decolonization
noun see decolonize
decolonize
transitive verb Date: 1963 to free from colonial status • decolonization noun
decolorization
noun see decolorize
decolorize
transitive verb (-ized; -izing) Date: 1830 to remove color from • decolorization noun • decolorizer noun
decolorizer
noun see decolorize
decommission
transitive verb Date: 1922 to remove (as a ship or nuclear power plant) from service
decompensate
verb see decompensation
decompensation
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1903 loss of physiological or psychological compensation; especially inability of the heart to maintain ...
decomposability
noun see decompose
decomposable
adjective see decompose
decompose
verb Etymology: French décomposer, from dé- de + composer to compose Date: 1718 transitive verb 1. to separate into constituent parts or elements or into simpler compounds ...
decomposer
noun Date: 1959 any of various organisms (as many bacteria and fungi) that return constituents of organic substances to ecological cycles by feeding on and breaking down dead ...
decomposition
noun see decompose
decompound
adjective Date: circa 1793 of a leaf having divisions that are themselves compound

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