"I have good news and bad news," the defense lawyer says to his client.
"Whats the bad news?"
The lawyer says, "Your blood matches the DNA found at the murder scene."
"Dammit!" cries the client. "What"s the good news?"
"Well," the lawyer says, "Your cholesterol is down to 140."
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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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