Name Report For First Name DRUE:

DRUE

First name DRUE's origin is English. DRUE means "abbreviation of andrew manly". You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with DRUE below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of drue.(Brown names are of the same origin (English) with DRUE and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with DRUE - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming DRUE

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES DRUE AS A WHOLE:

andrue

NAMES RHYMING WITH DRUE (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (rue) - Names That Ends with rue:

larue true

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (ue) - Names That Ends with ue:

alacoque hue montague due abeque angelique anjanique charlique diamonique domenique jacque mistique monique mystique nimue sue younique atique dominique donahue enrique josue lea-que maldue marque mogue rique roque tarique teaghue teague tihkoosue tyreeque agaue veronique

NAMES RHYMING WITH DRUE (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (dru) - Names That Begins with dru:

dru druas druce drud drudwyn drugi drummand drummond drusilla drust

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (dr) - Names That Begins with dr:

draca dracon dracul draedan drago draguta drake draven dravin drayce dreama dreena drefan drem dreng dreogan drew dreyken dridan driden drina drisana driscol driscoll drishti driske driskell dristan dryden drygedene dryhus dryope drystan

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH DRUE:

First Names which starts with 'd' and ends with 'e':

dace dae daesgesage daine daire daisie dale dalene damae damerae damiane danae dane danele danelle danette danice daniele danielle danise dannalee dannee dannelle dannie danrelle dantae dante daphne darce darcelle darchelle darcie darelene darelle darence darice darleane darlene darline darrance darrence daryle darylene daunte dave davide davidsone davie davine davite dawayne dawne dawnelle dawnette dawnielle dayle dayne deane deanne dearbourne debbee debbie debralee dechtere dechtire dedre dee deheune deidre deiene deirdre deke dekle delaine delane delanie delbine delcine delice delmare delmore delphine demasone demissie dene denelle denice deniece denise denisse dennie dennise denyse deonne deorwine derebourne derorice derrance desarae desaree

English Words Rhyming DRUE

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES DRUE AS A WHOLE:

druerynoun (n.) Courtship; gallantry; love; an object of love.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH DRUE (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (rue) - English Words That Ends with rue:


accruenoun (n.) To increase; to augment.
 noun (n.) To come to by way of increase; to arise or spring as a growth or result; to be added as increase, profit, or damage, especially as the produce of money lent.
 noun (n.) Something that accrues; advantage accruing.

menstruenoun (n.) The menstrual flux; menses.

montruenoun (n.) That on which anything is mounted; a setting; hence, a saddle horse.

ruenoun (n.) A perennial suffrutescent plant (Ruta graveolens), having a strong, heavy odor and a bitter taste; herb of grace. It is used in medicine.
 noun (n.) Fig.: Bitterness; disappointment; grief; regret.
 verb (v. t.) To lament; to regret extremely; to grieve for or over.
 verb (v. t.) To cause to grieve; to afflict.
 verb (v. t.) To repent of, and withdraw from, as a bargain; to get released from.
 verb (v. i.) To have compassion.
 verb (v. i.) To feel sorrow and regret; to repent.
 verb (v. t.) Sorrow; repetance.

spruenoun (n.) Strictly, the hole through which melted metal is poured into the gate, and thence into the mold.
 noun (n.) The waste piece of metal cast in this hole; hence, dross.
 noun (n.) Same as Sprew.

swinecruenoun (n.) A hogsty.

truenoun (n.) Conformable to fact; in accordance with the actual state of things; correct; not false, erroneous, inaccurate, or the like; as, a true relation or narration; a true history; a declaration is true when it states the facts.
 noun (n.) Right to precision; conformable to a rule or pattern; exact; accurate; as, a true copy; a true likeness of the original.
 noun (n.) Steady in adhering to friends, to promises, to a prince, or the like; unwavering; faithful; loyal; not false, fickle, or perfidious; as, a true friend; a wife true to her husband; an officer true to his charge.
 noun (n.) Actual; not counterfeit, adulterated, or pretended; genuine; pure; real; as, true balsam; true love of country; a true Christian.
 adjective (a.) Genuine; real; not deviating from the essential characters of a class; as, a lizard is a true reptile; a whale is a true, but not a typical, mammal.
 adverb (adv.) In accordance with truth; truly.

untrueadjective (a.) Not true; false; contrary to the fact; as, the story is untrue.
 adjective (a.) Not faithful; inconstant; false; disloyal.
 adverb (adv.) Untruly.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH DRUE (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (dru) - Words That Begins with dru:


drubbingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Drub

drubnoun (n.) A blow with a cudgel; a thump.
 verb (v. t.) To beat with a stick; to thrash; to cudgel.

drubbernoun (n.) One who drubs.

drudgingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Drudge

drudgenoun (n.) One who drudges; one who works hard in servile employment; a mental servant.
 verb (v. i.) To perform menial work; to labor in mean or unpleasant offices with toil and fatigue.
 verb (v. t.) To consume laboriously; -- with away.

drudgernoun (n.) One who drudges; a drudge.
 noun (n.) A dredging box.

drudgerynoun (n.) The act of drudging; disagreeable and wearisome labor; ignoble or slavish toil.

drugnoun (n.) A drudge (?).
 noun (n.) Any animal, vegetable, or mineral substance used in the composition of medicines; any stuff used in dyeing or in chemical operations.
 noun (n.) Any commodity that lies on hand, or is not salable; an article of slow sale, or in no demand.
 verb (v. i.) To drudge; to toil laboriously.
 verb (v. i.) To prescribe or administer drugs or medicines.
 verb (v. t.) To affect or season with drugs or ingredients; esp., to stupefy by a narcotic drug. Also Fig.
 verb (v. t.) To tincture with something offensive or injurious.
 verb (v. t.) To dose to excess with, or as with, drugs.

druggingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Drug

druggernoun (n.) A druggist.

druggetnoun (n.) A coarse woolen cloth dyed of one color or printed on one side; generally used as a covering for carpets.
 noun (n.) By extension, any material used for the same purpose.

druggistnoun (n.) One who deals in drugs; especially, one who buys and sells drugs without compounding them; also, a pharmaceutist or apothecary.

drugsternoun (n.) A druggist.

druidnoun (n.) One of an order of priests which in ancient times existed among certain branches of the Celtic race, especially among the Gauls and Britons.
 noun (n.) A member of a social and benevolent order, founded in London in 1781, and professedly based on the traditions of the ancient Druids. Lodges or groves of the society are established in other countries.

druidessnoun (n.) A female Druid; a prophetess.

druidicadjective (a.) Alt. of Druidical

druidicaladjective (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, the Druids.

druidishadjective (a.) Druidic.

druidismnoun (n.) The system of religion, philosophy, and instruction, received and taught by the Druids; the rites and ceremonies of the Druids.

drumnoun (n.) An instrument of percussion, consisting either of a hollow cylinder, over each end of which is stretched a piece of skin or vellum, to be beaten with a stick; or of a metallic hemisphere (kettledrum) with a single piece of skin to be so beaten; the common instrument for marking time in martial music; one of the pair of tympani in an orchestra, or cavalry band.
 noun (n.) Anything resembling a drum in form
 noun (n.) A sheet iron radiator, often in the shape of a drum, for warming an apartment by means of heat received from a stovepipe, or a cylindrical receiver for steam, etc.
 noun (n.) A small cylindrical box in which figs, etc., are packed.
 noun (n.) The tympanum of the ear; -- often, but incorrectly, applied to the tympanic membrane.
 noun (n.) One of the cylindrical, or nearly cylindrical, blocks, of which the shaft of a column is composed; also, a vertical wall, whether circular or polygonal in plan, carrying a cupola or dome.
 noun (n.) A cylinder on a revolving shaft, generally for the purpose of driving several pulleys, by means of belts or straps passing around its periphery; also, the barrel of a hoisting machine, on which the rope or chain is wound.
 noun (n.) See Drumfish.
 noun (n.) A noisy, tumultuous assembly of fashionable people at a private house; a rout.
 noun (n.) A tea party; a kettledrum.
 verb (v. i.) To beat a drum with sticks; to beat or play a tune on a drum.
 verb (v. i.) To beat with the fingers, as with drumsticks; to beat with a rapid succession of strokes; to make a noise like that of a beaten drum; as, the ruffed grouse drums with his wings.
 verb (v. i.) To throb, as the heart.
 verb (v. i.) To go about, as a drummer does, to gather recruits, to draw or secure partisans, customers, etc,; -- with for.
 verb (v. t.) To execute on a drum, as a tune.
 verb (v. t.) (With out) To expel ignominiously, with beat of drum; as, to drum out a deserter or rogue from a camp, etc.
 verb (v. t.) (With up) To assemble by, or as by, beat of drum; to collect; to gather or draw by solicitation; as, to drum up recruits; to drum up customers.

drummingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Drum
 noun (n.) The act of beating upon, or as if upon, a drum; also, the noise which the male of the ruffed grouse makes in spring, by beating his wings upon his sides.

drumbeatnoun (n.) The sound of a beaten drum; drum music.

drumfishnoun (n.) Any fish of the family Sciaenidae, which makes a loud noise by means of its air bladder; -- called also drum.

drumheadnoun (n.) The parchment or skin stretched over one end of a drum.
 noun (n.) The top of a capstan which is pierced with sockets for levers used in turning it. See Illust. of Capstan.

drumlinnoun (n.) A hill of compact, unstratified, glacial drift or till, usually elongate or oval, with the larger axis parallel to the former local glacial motion.

drumlyadjective (a.) Turbid; muddy.

drummernoun (n.) One whose office is to best the drum, as in military exercises and marching.
 noun (n.) One who solicits custom; a commercial traveler.
 noun (n.) A fish that makes a sound when caught
 noun (n.) The squeteague.
 noun (n.) A California sculpin.
 noun (n.) A large West Indian cockroach (Blatta gigantea) which drums on woodwork, as a sexual call.

drumsticknoun (n.) A stick with which a drum is beaten.
 noun (n.) Anything resembling a drumstick in form, as the tibiotarsus, or second joint, of the leg of a fowl.

drunknoun (n.) A drunken condition; a spree.
 adjective (a.) Intoxicated with, or as with, strong drink; inebriated; drunken; -- never used attributively, but always predicatively; as, the man is drunk (not, a drunk man).
 adjective (a.) Drenched or saturated with moisture or liquid.
  () of Drink
  (p. p.) of Drink

drunkardnoun (n.) One who habitually drinks strong liquors immoderately; one whose habit it is to get drunk; a toper; a sot.

drunkenheadnoun (n.) Drunkenness.

drunkennessnoun (n.) The state of being drunken with, or as with, alcoholic liquor; intoxication; inebriety; -- used of the casual state or the habit.
 noun (n.) Disorder of the faculties, resembling intoxication by liquors; inflammation; frenzy; rage.

drunkenshipnoun (n.) Alt. of Drunkship

drunkshipnoun (n.) The state of being drunk; drunkenness.

drupaceousadjective (a.) Producing, or pertaining to, drupes; having the form of drupes; as, drupaceous trees or fruits.

drupaladjective (a.) Drupaceous.

drupenoun (n.) A fruit consisting of pulpy, coriaceous, or fibrous exocarp, without valves, containing a nut or stone with a kernel. The exocarp is succulent in the plum, cherry, apricot, peach, etc.; dry and subcoriaceous in the almond; and fibrous in the cocoanut.

drupelnoun (n.) Alt. of Drupelet

drupeletnoun (n.) A small drupe, as one of the pulpy grains of the blackberry.

drusenoun (n.) A cavity in a rock, having its interior surface studded with crystals and sometimes filled with water; a geode.
 noun (n.) One of a people and religious sect dwelling chiefly in the Lebanon mountains of Syria.

drusyadjective (a.) Alt. of Drused

drusedadjective (a.) Covered with a large number of minute crystals.

druxeyadjective (a.) Alt. of Druxy

druxyadjective (a.) Having decayed spots or streaks of a whitish color; -- said of timber.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH DRUE:

English Words which starts with 'd' and ends with 'e':

dacenoun (n.) A small European cyprinoid fish (Squalius leuciscus or Leuciscus vulgaris); -- called also dare.

daguerreotypenoun (n.) An early variety of photograph, produced on a silver plate, or copper plate covered with silver, and rendered sensitive by the action of iodine, or iodine and bromine, on which, after exposure in the camera, the latent image is developed by the vapor of mercury.
 noun (n.) The process of taking such pictures.
 verb (v. t.) To produce or represent by the daguerreotype process, as a picture.
 verb (v. t.) To impress with great distinctness; to imprint; to imitate exactly.

dalenoun (n.) A low place between hills; a vale or valley.
 noun (n.) A trough or spout to carry off water, as from a pump.

dalliancenoun (n.) The act of dallying, trifling, or fondling; interchange of caresses; wanton play.
 noun (n.) Delay or procrastination.
 noun (n.) Entertaining discourse.

damagenoun (n.) Injury or harm to person, property, or reputation; an inflicted loss of value; detriment; hurt; mischief.
 noun (n.) The estimated reparation in money for detriment or injury sustained; a compensation, recompense, or satisfaction to one party, for a wrong or injury actually done to him by another.
 noun (n.) To ocassion damage to the soudness, goodness, or value of; to hurt; to injure; to impair.
 verb (v. i.) To receive damage or harm; to be injured or impaired in soudness or value; as. some colors in /oth damage in sunlight.

damageableadjective (a.) Capable of being injured or impaired; liable to, or susceptible of, damage; as, a damageable cargo.
 adjective (a.) Hurtful; pernicious.

damascenenoun (n.) A kind of plume, now called damson. See Damson.
 adjective (a.) Of or relating to Damascus.
 verb (v. t.) Same as Damask, or Damaskeen, v. t.

damassenoun (n.) A damasse fabric, esp. one of linen.
 adjective (a.) Woven like damask.

dambonitenoun (n.) A white, crystalline, sugary substance obtained from an African caoutchouc.

dambosenoun (n.) A crystalline variety of fruit sugar obtained from dambonite.

damenoun (n.) A mistress of a family, who is a lady; a woman in authority; especially, a lady.
 noun (n.) The mistress of a family in common life, or the mistress of a common school; as, a dame's school.
 noun (n.) A woman in general, esp. an elderly woman.
 noun (n.) A mother; -- applied to human beings and quadrupeds.

damnableadjective (a.) Liable to damnation; deserving, or for which one deserves, to be damned; of a damning nature.
 adjective (a.) Odious; pernicious; detestable.

damoisellenoun (n.) See Damsel.

damouritenoun (n.) A kind of Muscovite, or potash mica, containing water.

danaidenoun (n.) A water wheel having a vertical axis, and an inner and outer tapering shell, between which are vanes or floats attached usually to both shells, but sometimes only to one.

danaitenoun (n.) A cobaltiferous variety of arsenopyrite.

danalitenoun (n.) A mineral occuring in octahedral crystals, also massive, of a reddish color. It is a silicate of iron, zinc manganese, and glucinum, containing sulphur.

danburitenoun (n.) A borosilicate of lime, first found at Danbury, Conn. It is near the topaz in form.

dancetteadjective (a.) Deeply indented; having large teeth; thus, a fess dancette has only three teeth in the whole width of the escutcheon.

dandienoun (n.) One of a breed of small terriers; -- called also Dandie Dinmont.
 noun (n.) In Scott's "Guy Mannering", a Border farmer of eccentric but fine character, who owns two terriers claimed to be the progenitors of the Dandie Dinmont terriers.
 noun (n.) One of a breed of terriers with short legs, long body, and rough coat, originating in the country about the English and Scotch border.

danenoun (n.) A native, or a naturalized inhabitant, of Denmark.

danitenoun (n.) A descendant of Dan; an Israelite of the tribe of Dan.
 noun (n.) One of a secret association of Mormons, bound by an oath to obey the heads of the church in all things.

danseusenoun (n.) A professional female dancer; a woman who dances at a public exhibition as in a ballet.

dantesqueadjective (a.) Dantelike; Dantean.

daphnenoun (n.) A genus of diminutive Shrubs, mostly evergreen, and with fragrant blossoms.
 noun (n.) A nymph of Diana, fabled to have been changed into a laurel tree.

dapplenoun (n.) One of the spots on a dappled animal.
 adjective (a.) Alt. of Dappled
 verb (v. t.) To variegate with spots; to spot.

darbyitenoun (n.) One of the Plymouth Brethren, or of a sect among them; -- so called from John N. Darby, one of the leaders of the Brethren.

darenoun (n.) The quality of daring; venturesomeness; boldness; dash.
 noun (n.) Defiance; challenge.
 noun (n.) A small fish; the dace.
 verb (v. i.) To have adequate or sufficient courage for any purpose; to be bold or venturesome; not to be afraid; to venture.
 verb (v. t.) To have courage for; to attempt courageously; to venture to do or to undertake.
 verb (v. t.) To challenge; to provoke; to defy.
 verb (v. i.) To lurk; to lie hid.
 verb (v. t.) To terrify; to daunt.

darguenoun (n.) A day's work; also, a fixed amount of work, whether more or less than that of a day.

darksomeadjective (a.) Dark; gloomy; obscure; shaded; cheerless.

dasyurenoun (n.) A carnivorous marsupial quadruped of Australia, belonging to the genus Dasyurus. There are several species.

dasyurineadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or like, the dasyures.

datableadjective (a.) That may be dated; having a known or ascertainable date.

datenoun (n.) The fruit of the date palm; also, the date palm itself.
 noun (n.) That addition to a writing, inscription, coin, etc., which specifies the time (as day, month, and year) when the writing or inscription was given, or executed, or made; as, the date of a letter, of a will, of a deed, of a coin. etc.
 noun (n.) The point of time at which a transaction or event takes place, or is appointed to take place; a given point of time; epoch; as, the date of a battle.
 noun (n.) Assigned end; conclusion.
 noun (n.) Given or assigned length of life; dyration.
 verb (v. t.) To note the time of writing or executing; to express in an instrument the time of its execution; as, to date a letter, a bond, a deed, or a charter.
 verb (v. t.) To note or fix the time of, as of an event; to give the date of; as, to date the building of the pyramids.
 verb (v. i.) To have beginning; to begin; to be dated or reckoned; -- with from.

dativenoun (n.) The dative case. See Dative, a., 1.
 adjective (a.) Noting the case of a noun which expresses the remoter object, and is generally indicated in English by to or for with the objective.
 adjective (a.) In one's gift; capable of being disposed of at will and pleasure, as an office.
 adjective (a.) Removable, as distinguished from perpetual; -- said of an officer.
 adjective (a.) Given by a magistrate, as distinguished from being cast upon a party by the law.

datolitenoun (n.) A borosilicate of lime commonly occuring in glassy,, greenish crystals.

daturinenoun (n.) Atropine; -- called also daturia and daturina.

daubreelitenoun (n.) A sulphide of chromium observed in some meteoric irons.

dauphinenoun (n.) The title of the wife of the dauphin.

davynenoun (n.) A variety of nephelite from Vesuvius.

dawdlenoun (n.) A dawdler.
 verb (v. i.) To waste time in trifling employment; to trifle; to saunter.
 verb (v. t.) To waste by trifling; as, to dawdle away a whole morning.

dawenoun (n.) Day.

dawsonitenoun (n.) A hydrous carbonate of alumina and soda, occuring in white, bladed crustals.

daymarenoun (n.) A kind of incubus which occurs during wakefulness, attended by the peculiar pressure on the chest which characterizes nightmare.

daytimenoun (n.) The time during which there is daylight, as distinguished from the night.

dazenoun (n.) The state of being dazed; as, he was in a daze.
 noun (n.) A glittering stone.
 verb (v. t.) To stupefy with excess of light; with a blow, with cold, or with fear; to confuse; to benumb.

dazzlenoun (n.) A light of dazzling brilliancy.
 verb (v. t.) To overpower with light; to confuse the sight of by brilliance of light.
 verb (v. t.) To bewilder or surprise with brilliancy or display of any kind.
 verb (v. i.) To be overpoweringly or intensely bright; to excite admiration by brilliancy.
 verb (v. i.) To be overpowered by light; to be confused by excess of brightness.

deadhousenoun (n.) A morgue; a place for the temporary reception and exposure of dead bodies.

dearienoun (n.) Same as Deary.

deathlikeadjective (a.) Resembling death.
 adjective (a.) Deadly.

deaurateadjective (a.) Gilded.
 verb (v. t.) To gild.

debaclenoun (n.) A breaking or bursting forth; a violent rush or flood of waters which breaks down opposing barriers, and hurls forward and disperses blocks of stone and other debris.
 noun (n.) A sudden breaking up or breaking loose; a violent dispersion or disruption; impetuous rush; outburst.

debaseadjective (a.) To reduce from a higher to a lower state or grade of worth, dignity, purity, station, etc.; to degrade; to lower; to deteriorate; to abase; as, to debase the character by crime; to debase the mind by frivolity; to debase style by vulgar words.

debatableadjective (a.) Liable to be debated; disputable; subject to controversy or contention; open to question or dispute; as, a debatable question.

debeigenoun (n.) A kind of woolen or mixed dress goods.

debenturenoun (n.) A writing acknowledging a debt; a writing or certificate signed by a public officer, as evidence of a debt due to some person; the sum thus due.
 noun (n.) A customhouse certificate entitling an exporter of imported goods to a drawback of duties paid on their importation.
 noun (n.) Any of various instruments issued, esp. by corporations, as evidences of debt. Such instruments (often called debenture bonds) are generally, through not necessarily, under seal, and are usually secured by a mortgage or other charge upon property; they may be registered or unregistered. A debenture secured by a mortgage on specific property is called a mortgage debenture; one secured by a floating charge (which see), a floating debenture; one not secured by any charge a naked debenture. In general the term debenture in British usage designates any security issued by companies other than their shares, including, therefore, what are in the United States commonly called bonds. When used in the United States debenture generally designates an instrument secured by a floating charge junior to other charges secured by fixed mortgages, or, specif., one of a series of securities secured by a group of securities held in trust for the benefit of the debenture holders.

debileadjective (a.) Weak.

debouchenoun (n.) A place for exit; an outlet; hence, a market for goods.

debouchurenoun (n.) The outward opening of a river, of a valley, or of a strait.

debteenoun (n.) One to whom a debt is due; creditor; -- correlative to debtor.

debuscopenoun (n.) A modification of the kaleidoscope; -- used to reflect images so as to form beautiful designs.

decadenoun (n.) A group or division of ten; esp., a period of ten years; a decennium; as, a decade of years or days; a decade of soldiers; the second decade of Livy.

decadencenoun (n.) Alt. of Decadency

decagrammenoun (n.) A weight of the metric system; ten grams, equal to about 154.32 grains avoirdupois.

decalcomanienoun (n.) The art or process of transferring pictures and designs to china, glass, marble, etc., and permanently fixing them thereto.

decalitrenoun (n.) A measure of capacity in the metric system; a cubic volume of ten liters, equal to about 610.24 cubic inches, that is, 2.642 wine gallons.

decaloguenoun (n.) The Ten Commandments or precepts given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai, and originally written on two tables of stone.

decametrenoun (n.) A measure of length in the metric system; ten meters, equal to about 393.7 inches.

decanenoun (n.) A liquid hydrocarbon, C10H22, of the paraffin series, including several isomeric modifications.

decasterenoun (n.) A measure of capacity, equal to ten steres, or ten cubic meters.

decastylenoun (n.) A portico having ten pillars or columns in front.
 adjective (a.) Having ten columns in front; -- said of a portico, temple, etc.

deceasenoun (n.) Departure, especially departure from this life; death.
 verb (v. i.) To depart from this life; to die; to pass away.

decedenoun (n.) To withdraw.

deceivableadjective (a.) Fitted to deceive; deceitful.
 adjective (a.) Subject to deceit; capable of being misled.

decemdentateadjective (a.) Having ten points or teeth.

decemviratenoun (n.) The office or term of office of the decemvirs in Rome.
 noun (n.) A body of ten men in authority.

decencenoun (n.) Decency.

decenenoun (n.) One of the higher hydrocarbons, C10H20, of the ethylene series.

deceptibleadjective (a.) Capable of being deceived; deceivable.

deceptiveadjective (a.) Tending to deceive; having power to mislead, or impress with false opinions; as, a deceptive countenance or appearance.

decerniturenoun (n.) A decree or sentence of a court.

decerptibleadjective (a.) That may be plucked off, cropped, or torn away.

decidableadjective (a.) Capable of being decided; determinable.

decidencenoun (n.) A falling off.

deciduateadjective (a.) Possessed of, or characterized by, a decidua.

decigrammenoun (n.) A weight in the metric system; one tenth of a gram, equal to 1.5432 grains avoirdupois.

decilenoun (n.) An aspect or position of two planets, when they are distant from each other a tenth part of the zodiac, or 36.

decilitrenoun (n.) A measure of capacity or volume in the metric system; one tenth of a liter, equal to 6.1022 cubic inches, or 3.38 fluid ounces.

decimenoun (n.) A French coin, the tenth part of a franc, equal to about two cents.

decimetrenoun (n.) A measure of length in the metric system; one tenth of a meter, equal to 3.937 inches.

decinenoun (n.) One of the higher hydrocarbons, C10H15, of the acetylene series; -- called also decenylene.

decipherableadjective (a.) Capable of being deciphered; as, old writings not decipherable.

decisiveadjective (a.) Having the power or quality of deciding a question or controversy; putting an end to contest or controversy; final; conclusive.
 adjective (a.) Marked by promptness and decision.

decisterenoun (n.) The tenth part of the stere or cubic meter, equal to 3.531 cubic feet. See Stere.

decklenoun (n.) A separate thin wooden frame used to form the border of a hand mold, or a curb of India rubber or other material which rests on, and forms the edge of, the mold in a paper machine and determines the width of the paper.

declarableadjective (a.) Capable of being declared.

declarativeadjective (a.) Making declaration, proclamation, or publication; explanatory; assertive; declaratory.

declinableadjective (a.) Capable of being declined; admitting of declension or inflection; as, declinable parts of speech.

declinateadjective (a.) Bent downward or aside; (Bot.) bending downward in a curve; declined.

declinaturenoun (n.) The act of declining or refusing; as, the declinature of an office.