Demerit - (n.) That which one merits or deserves, either of good or ill;
Demerit - (n.) That which deserves blame; ill desert; a fault; a vice;
misconduct; -- the opposite of merit.
Demerit - (n.) The state of one who deserves ill.
Demerit - (n.) To deserve; -- said in reference to both praise and blame.
Demerit - (n.) To depreciate or cry down.
Demerit - (v. i.) To deserve praise or blame.
Emerited - (a.) Considered as having done sufficient public service, and
therefore honorably discharged.
Emeritus - (a.) Honorably discharged from the performance of public duty
on account of age, infirmity, or long and faithful services; -- said of
an officer of a college or pastor of a church.
Emeriti - (pl. ) of Emeritus
Emeritus - (n.) A veteran who has honorably completed his service.
Immerit - (n.) Want of worth; demerit.
Immerited - (a.) Unmerited.
Immeritous - (a.) Undeserving.
Merited - (imp. & p. p.) of Merit
Meriting - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Merit
Meritable - (a.) Deserving of reward.
Meritedly - (adv.) By merit; deservedly.
Merithal - (n.) Alt. of Merithallus
Merithallus - (n.) Same as Internode.
Meritmonger - (n.) One who depends on merit for salvation.
Meritorious - (a.) Possessing merit; deserving of reward or honor; worthy
of recompense; valuable.
Meritory - (a.) Meritorious.
Meritot - (n.) A play of children, in swinging on ropes, or the like,
till they are dizzy.
Overmerit - (n.) Excessive merit.
Premerit - (v. t.) To merit or deserve beforehand.
Promerit - (v. t.) To oblige; to confer a favor on.
Promerit - (v. t.) To deserve; to procure by merit.
Protomerite - (n.) The second segment of one of the Gregarinae.
Temerity - (n.) Unreasonable contempt of danger; extreme venturesomeness;
rashness; as, the temerity of a commander in war.