Baddish - (a.) Somewhat bad; inferior.
Bardish - (a.) Pertaining to, or written by, a bard or bards.
Beet radish - () Same as Beetrave.
Blandished - (imp. & p. p.) of Blandish
Blandishing - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Blandish
Blandish - (v. t.) To flatter with kind words or affectionate actions; to
caress; to cajole.
Blandish - (v. t.) To make agreeable and enticing.
Blandisher - (n.) One who uses blandishments.
Blandishment - (n.) The act of blandishing; a word or act expressive of
affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart; soft words and
artful caresses; cajolery; allurement.
Brandished - (imp. & p. p.) of Brandish
Brandishing - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Brandish
Brandish - (n.) To move or wave, as a weapon; to raise and move in
various directions; to shake or flourish.
Brandish - (n.) To play with; to flourish; as, to brandish syllogisms.
Brandish - (n.) A flourish, as with a weapon, whip, etc.
Brandisher - (n.) One who brandishes.
Brigandish - (a.) Like a brigand or freebooter; robberlike.
Broadish - (a.) Rather broad; moderately broad.
Caddish - (a.) Like a cad; lowbred and presuming.
Cavendish - (n.) Leaf tobacco softened, sweetened, and pressed into plugs
Childish - (a.) Of, pertaining to, befitting, or resembling, a child.
Childish - (a.) Puerile; trifling; weak.
Childishly - (adv.) In the manner of a child; in a trifling way; in a
weak or foolish manner.
Childishness - (n.) The state or quality of being childish; simplicity;
harmlessness; weakness of intellect.
Cloddish - (a.) Resembling clods; gross; low; stupid; boorish.
Coldish - (a.) Somewhat cold; cool; chilly.
Cowardish - (a.) Cowardly.
Deadish - (a.) Somewhat dead, dull, or lifeless; deathlike.
Dished - (imp. & p. p.) of Dish
Dishing - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Dish
Dishabilitate - (v. t.) To disqualify.
Dishabille - (n.) An undress; a loose, negligent dress; deshabille.
Dishabit - (v. t.) To dislodge.
Dishabited - (p. a.) Rendered uninhabited.
Dishabituate - (v. t.) To render unaccustomed.
Dishable - (v. t.) To disable.
Dishable - (v. t.) To disparage.
Dishallow - (v. t.) To make unholy; to profane.
Disharmonious - (a.) Unharmonious; discordant.
Disharmony - (n.) Want of harmony; discord; incongruity.
Dishaunt - (v. t.) To leave; to quit; to cease to haunt.
Dishcloth - (n.) A cloth used for washing dishes.
Dishclout - (n.) A dishcloth.
Disheart - (v. t.) To dishearten.
Disheartened - (imp. & p. p.) of Dishearten
Disheartening - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Dishearten
Dishearten - (v. t.) To discourage; to deprive of courage and hope; to
depress the spirits of; to deject.
Disheartenment - (n.) Discouragement; dejection; depression of spirits.
Disheir - (v. t.) To disinherit.
Dishelm - (v. t.) To deprive of the helmet.
Disherison - (n.) The act of disheriting, or debarring from inheritance;
Disherited - (imp. & p. p.) of Disherit
Disheriting - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Disherit
Disherit - (v. t.) To disinherit; to cut off, or detain, from the
possession or enjoyment of an inheritance.
Disheritance - (n.) The act of disinheriting or state of being
Disheritor - (n.) One who puts another out of his inheritance.
Disheveled - (imp. & p. p.) of Dishevel
Dishevelled - () of Dishevel
Disheveling - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Dishevel
Dishevelling - () of Dishevel
Dishevel - (v. t.) To suffer (the hair) to hang loosely or disorderly; to
spread or throw (the hair) in disorder; -- used chiefly in the passive
Dishevel - (v. t.) To spread loosely or disorderly.
Dishevel - (v. i.) To be spread in disorder or hang negligently, as the
Dishevele - (p. p. & a.) Disheveled.
Disheveled - (a.) Having in loose disorder; disarranged; as, disheveled
Disheveled - (a.) Having the hair in loose disorder.
Dishfuls - (pl. ) of Dishful
Dishful - (n.) As much as a dish holds when full.
Dishing - (a.) Dish-shaped; concave.
Dishonest - (a.) Dishonorable; shameful; indecent; unchaste; lewd.
Dishonest - (a.) Dishonored; disgraced; disfigured.
Dishonest - (a.) Wanting in honesty; void of integrity; faithless;
disposed to cheat or defraud; not trustworthy; as, a dishonest man.
Dishonest - (a.) Characterized by fraud; indicating a want of probity;
knavish; fraudulent; unjust.
Dishonest - (v. t.) To disgrace; to dishonor; as, to dishonest a maid.
Dishonestly - (adv.) In a dishonest manner.
Dishonesty - (n.) Dishonor; dishonorableness; shame.
Dishonesty - (n.) Want of honesty, probity, or integrity in principle;
want of fairness and straightforwardness; a disposition to defraud,
deceive, or betray; faithlessness.
Dishonesty - (n.) Violation of trust or of justice; fraud; any deviation
from probity; a dishonest act.
Dishonesty - (n.) Lewdness; unchastity.
Dishonor - (n.) Lack of honor; disgrace; ignominy; shame; reproach.
Dishonor - (n.) The nonpayment or nonacceptance of commercial paper by
the party on whom it is drawn.
Dishonored - (imp. & p. p.) of Dishonor
Dishonoring - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Dishonor
Dishonor - (v. t.) To deprive of honor; to disgrace; to bring reproach or
shame on; to treat with indignity, or as unworthy in the sight of
others; to stain the character of; to lessen the reputation of; as, the
duelist dishonors himself to maintain his honor.
Dishonor - (v. t.) To violate the chastity of; to debauch.
Dishonor - (v. t.) To refuse or decline to accept or pay; -- said of a
bill, check, note, or draft which is due or presented; as, to dishonor
a bill exchange.
Dishonorable - (a.) Wanting in honor; not honorable; bringing or
deserving dishonor; staining the character, and lessening the
reputation; shameful; disgraceful; base.
Dishonorable - (a.) Wanting in honor or esteem; disesteemed.
Dishonorary - (a.) Bringing dishonor on; tending to disgrace; lessening
Dishonorer - (n.) One who dishonors or disgraces; one who treats another
Dishorn - (v. t.) To deprive of horns; as, to dishorn cattle.
Dishorse - (v. t.) To dismount.