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Words Dearth Debacle Decay Deceit Decorous Defamatory Defame Deficit Definite Deflect Deleterious Deliberate Delinquent Deluge Demise Denounce Depressed Despicable Despise Bengali Meaning `y®úªvc¨Zv aŸsm, Pig civRq ¶q cvIqv ev nIqv cÖZviYv, cÖeÂbv wkó, myiƒwPm¤úbœ wb›`vg~jK, gvbnvwbKi `yb©vg Kiv, gvbnvwb Kiv Afve, NvUwZ wbw`©ó, h_vh_ wec`Mvgx nIqv AwbóKi, ¶wZKi ‡¯^”QvK…Z, mywPwš—Z Acivax, †h e¨w³ KZ©e¨ Kv‡h© Ae‡njv K‡i cveb, eb¨v g„Zz¨ ‡`vlv‡ivc Kiv, cÖKvk¨fv‡e wb›`v Kiv gbgiv, nZvk N„Y¨, bxP, RNb¨ N„Yv Kiv Synonyms Scarcity, paucity, deficiency, shortage Disaster, collapse, cataclysm, stampede Decline, decrease, waste, wither Cheating, artifice, fraud, deception Befitting, decent, comely, proper Libelous, slanderous, abusive Abuse, libel, slander, blemish Shortage, deficiency, shortage Certain, defined, specified, clear Frustrate, deviate, divert, twist Detrimental, harmful, noxious, pernicious Intentional, thoughtful, purposed Criminal, culprit, offender, malefactor Flood, inundation, submerge Death, decease, dissolution Condemn, censure, vilify, defame Dejected, sad, disgraced Hatred, mean, contemptible Scorn, loathe, abhor, contemn, disdain Antonyms Abundance, plethora, surplus Success, victory Flourish, growth Truthfulness, honesty Unseemly Complimentary, laudatory, praising Respect, eulogize Balance Vague Straighten Beneficial, helpful Hurried Obedient, innocent Drought Birth Commend, extol, laud, eulogize Elated, cheerful Worthy of Esteem, praiseworthy Admire, esteem Notes

Despotic Destitute Desultory Deter Didactic

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