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feeling or showing discouragement, dejection, or depression (despondent about his health); a deep dejection arising from a conviction of the uselessness of further effort 
synonyms.despairing, hopeless
depression of spirits from loss of hope, confidence, or courage; dejection; despair

utterly lacking; devoid; lacking resources or the means of subsistence; without things normally necessary for life; impoverished
destituteness.noun.(many words ending in 'ess' are usually without pluralization - adding an 'es' making '...esses' can make the word be clumsy)

extreme.want of resources or the means of subsistence; complete poverty; a deprivation or lack; a deficiency; impoverishment

lack of method or system, as in jumping from one thing to another; disconnected; not methodical; random

deteriorate, deteriorated, deteriorating, deteriorates.transitive verbs
if something deteriorates, it becomes worse in some way; lower in quality; depreciate; to diminish or impair in quality, character, or value (time and neglect had deteriorated the property)
a deteriorated condition

determine, determined, determining, determines.verbs
transitive use.to decide or settle (a dispute, for example) conclusively; to end or decide, as by judicial action; to establish or ascertain definitely, as after consideration, investigation or calculation; discover; regulate (demand determines production); to give direction to (the management committee determines departmental policy); decide
determine.intransitive verb
to set limits to; define; decide; resolve; to give a definite aim or direction to

the resolving of a question by argument or reasoning; the act of deciding definitely and firmly; the result of such an act of decision; the power or habit of deciding; definitely and firmly; a fixing or finding of the position, magnitude, value, or character of something; the act, process, or result of an accurate measurement; the definition of a concept in logic by its essential.constituents; the addition of a differentia to a concept to limit its denotation

decided or resolved; marked by or showing determination; resolute.(was engaged in a protracted argument)
determinedness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)

the doctrine that one's choice of action is not free, but is determined by a sequence of causes independent of his will
a person who believes in determinism

capable of being determined, limited, or fixed (determinable velocities); capable of being settled or decided (matters determinable by common law)
determinableness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)

a thing or factor that determines
determinable, determined.adjectives
having one's mind made up

one that determines
Grammar:.a word belonging to a group of noun modifiers, which include articles, demonstratives, possessive adjectives and words such as any, both or whose and occupying the first position in a noun phrase or the second or third position after another determiner

determining or serving to determine

conclusively settled; final; firm in purpose; resolute; precisely defined; definite (a determinate number; a determinate distance)

the quality or condition of being determinate; the condition of being determined or characterized

if something happens to the detriment of something or to a person's detriment, it causes harm or damage to them (children spend too much time on schoolwork, to the detriment of other activities); if something happens without detriment to a man, woman or child or thing, it does not harm or damage them; detriment is anything that causes harm, damage or injury; detriment implies obvious harmfulness to something specified (the detrimental effects of excessive drinking and false information)
causing damage; harmful

deuterium.proper noun
deuterium is important to the balance in the multiverse; the hydrogen-isotope, also known as hydrogen2, having 1 proton and 1 neutron in the nucleus, and having an atomic weight of approximately 2; deuterium occurs when the simplest hydrogen nucleus (a proton) captures the neutron or reacts with another proton; deuterium has an atomic weight of 2.014, double that of ordinary hydrogen

differing from a norm or from the accepted standards of a society
one that differs from a norm, especially a person whose behavior and attitudes differ from accepted social standards

deviate, deviated, deviating, deviates.verbs
instansitive verb use to turn aside from a correct course; digress; diverge; to depart, as from a norm, a purpose or a subject; a sexual pervert; stray; swerve
transitive verb use to cause to turn aside or differ
a deviant

divergence; a turning aside; a going away from
a person or thing that deviates 
synonyms-veer, swerve, diverge, digress
differing from a norm or from the accepted higher standards
something that differs from a norm, especially an individual whose behavior and attitudes differ from accepted higher standards
deviance.noun or deviancy.noun,.plural.deviances.or deviancies

deviating from a proper course of action; going astray; crooked; winding; rambling; not straightforward; shifty.(a devious political maneuver); departing from the correct way; erring (achieved success by devious means); deviating from the straight or direct course; roundabout (a devious route)
the quality of being deceitful and underhanded; crookedness; being oblique

completely lacking; destitute or empty

ardent, often selfless affection and dedication, as to an individual; love; Luciano Pavarotti on it

devote, devoted, devoting, devotes.transitive verbs
to give or apply (one's time, attention, or self) entirely to a particular activity, pursuit, cause or individual; dedicated; a spiritual person who is devout; to set apart for a specific purpose or use (land devoted to mining); to set apart by or as if by a vow or solemn act; consecrate
feeling or displaying strong affection or attachment; ardent (a devoted friend); dedicated
devotedness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)
synonyms-dedicate, consecrate, pledge
one who is ardently devoted to something; an enthusiast or advocate (a devotee of the evolutionary theory); a fervid.adherent of a religion; a votary

an East Indian Hindu word for the underlying intelligent energy supporting the multiverse and all within it and an individual's purpose in life when he is on the path of action growing and engaging in activities that mostly contribute to growth and responsibility (being the caretaker of all in your life) in all aspects of life including service, sharing, compassion and love; in both Hinduism and Buddhism are the basic principles of cosmic or individual existence; divine law; righteousness; conformity to one's duty and nature

of or relating to a substance that is repelled by a magnet

disregard, disregarded, disregarding, disregards.transitive verbs
to pay no attention or heed to; ignore; to treat without proper respect or attentiveness
lack of thoughtful attention or due regard

a male bee, especially a honeybee, that is characteristically stingless, performs no work and produces no honey, where its only function is to mate with the queen bee; a pilotless aircraft operated by remote control

drone, droned, droning, drones.intransitive verbs
to make a continuous low dull humming sound; to speak in a monotonous tone (the lecturer droned on for hours); to pass or act in a monotonous way
transitive use.to utter in a monotonous low tone
a continuous low humming or buzzing sound

dismantle, dismantled, dismantling, dismantles.transitive verbs
to take apart; disassemble; tear down; to put an end to in a gradual systematic way (dismantling the cumbersome regulations for interstate trucking); to strip of furnishings or equipment (dismantled the house before knocking it down); to strip of covering or clothing

doldrums.plural noun
a period of stagnation or slump; a period of depression or unhappy listlessness; a region of the ocean near the equator, characterized by calms, light winds, or squalls; the weather conditions characteristic of these regions of the ocean

demarcate, demarcated, demarcating, demarcates.transitive verbs
to set the boundaries of; delimit; to separate clearly as if by boundaries; distinguish (demarcate categories)
the setting or marking of boundaries or limits; a separation; a distinction

lacking respectability, as in character, behavior or appearance
disreputableness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)

damage to or loss of reputation; disgrace