As the doctor completed an examination of the patient, he said:
- I can"t find a cause for your complaint. Frankly, I think it"s due to drinking.
- In that case, - said the patient, - I"ll come back when you"re sober.
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v. - reject as unwanted.
- remove or put aside. [from *dis-, *card1] DISCERN
v. - perceive clearly with the mind or senses.
- make out with effort. discernible adj. [latin cerno cret- separate] DISCORD
n. - disagreement; strife.
- harsh noise; clashing sounds. - lack of harmony in a chord. [latin: related to *dis-, cor cord- heart] DISCUSS
v. - talk about (discussed their holidays).
- talk or write about (a subject) in detail. discussion n. [latin discutio -cuss- disperse] DISDAIN
—n. Scorn, contempt. —v. - regard with disdain.
- refrain or refuse out of disdain. disdainful adj. Disdainfully adv. [latin: related to *de-, *deign] DISEASE
n. - unhealthy condition of the body or mind, plants, society, etc.
- particular kind of disease. diseased adj. [french: related to *dis-, *ease] DISGUST
—n. Strong aversion; repugnance. —v. Cause disgust in. disgusting adj. Disgustingly adv. [french or italian: related to *dis-, *gusto]
—v. (-king) have an aversion to; not like. —n. - feeling of repugnance or not liking.
- object of this. DISMISS
v. - send away, esp. From one's presence; disperse.
- terminate the employment of, esp. Dishonourably; sack. - put from one's mind or emotions. - consider not worth talking or thinking about; treat summarily. - law refuse further hearing to (a case). - cricket put (a batsman or side) out (usu. For a stated score). dismissal n. [latin mitto miss- send] DISOBEY
v. Refuse or fail to obey.
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