De- Vocabulary Words

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No longer alive
Deceased
To rot
Decay
To destroy or ruin
Demolish
To mislead the mind or judgement of
Deceive
A Track-and-Field event
Decathlon
A period of ten years
Decade
The lawful expulsion of an undesired alien or other person from a state
Deportation
To spread out strategically
Deploy
Detecting and removing errors from a computer program
Debug
To enter a judicial decree
Decern
Choice; result
Decision
To refuse
Decline
To take away, as from a sum or amount
Deduct
To prevail over
Defeat
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Extending far down from the top or surface
Deep
To break down into parts; dissect; dismantle
Deconstruct
To change the form of; disfigure
Deform
To announce officially; proclaim
Declare
To call for or require as just, proper, or necessary
Demand
Being deprived of water
Dehydration
A condition of general emotional sadness
Depression
Wild with excitement, enthusiasm, etc.
Delirious
To rely for support
Depend
To carry and turn over to the intended recipient(s)
Deliver
Sweet treat, usually after dinner
Dessert
To swallow or eat up hungrily.
Devour
An indirect or roundabout procedure, path, etc., used temporarily when the main route is closed.
Detour
An arid region
Desert
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Level 83
Jul 31, 2014
How about "deceased" for "no longer alive", "decay" for "to rot", "deceive" for "to mislead the mind or judgement of", and "deny" for "to refuse"?
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Level 53
Feb 12, 2016
How about

"Dead" for "No Longer Alive"

"Debit" for "To take away, as from a sum or amount"

"Decompose" for "To Rot"