decompression- 1 gradual reduction of air pressure on a deep-sea society. 2 excitement at the prospect of boring holes in the atmosphere.
deep- 1 extending far down or into. 2 low-pitched; full toned. 3 intense; extreme; heartfelt; absorbing. 4 profound; difficult to understand. 5 exciting insofar as the context includes unnamed or uncharted wilderness.
deescalate- 1 reduce the level or intensity of. 2 imploring gaze directed at the new chief executive officer.
defeatism- 1 excessive readiness to accept the inevitable. 2 the inverse of why mineral life begins to move to the fore.
defecate- 1 discharge of waste material. 2 anonymous gift-giving.
definite- 1 having exact and discernible limits. 2 clear and distinct; not vague. 3 to request that the infinite go "take a hike" or "pull its thumb out of its ass."
deflect- 1 bend or turn aside from a course or purpose. 2 to receive a reflection and simultaneously throw it against a brick wall with the intention of breaking it.
deify- 1 make a god of. 2 regard or worship as a god. 3 turn towards in a moment of confusion or boredom.
deliberation- 1 careful consideration. 2 discussion. 3 caution and care, esp. in the event of the imminet collapse of society.
delicatessen- store selling cooked meats, cheeses, stews, sauces, porridges, sponge cakes, etc.
delirium- 1 disorder involving incoherence, hallucinations, etc. 2 the state of falling into ecstasy upon the acquisition of new apple products.
dell- small wooded hollow or valley.
deluge- 1 massive flood. 2 great outpouring of words spoken over a telephone.
delusion- 1 false belief or impression. 2 a generalized state of affairs.
denial- 1 denying the truth or existence of. 2 refusal of a request or wish. 3 the generalized state of affairs.
denim- 1 sturdy or hard-wearing cotton twill fabric. 2 people discovered floating over the earth.
denouement- 1 final unraveling of a plot or complicated situation. 2 an old-fashioned slumber party.
depreciation- 1 amount of wear and tear for which a reduction may be made in valuation. 2 the old-fashioned sense of "plain dealing".
derelict- (adj) 1 abandoned; ownerless; blissed out; ruined; dilapidated; excited. (n) 2 social outcast, vagrant, tramp, loafer, malingerer, vagabond, hobo.
derision- 1 ridicule; mockery. 2 living alone in the boathouse
derivative- derived from another source; not orginal; borrowed; secondhand; by-product; laughable.
description- representation of a silly thing through the use of silly words.
desert- dry, barren, often sand-covered area of land; uninteresting or barren subject; uninhabited; desolate; enormous sense of potential.
desolate- left alone; solitary; uninhabited; dreary; forlorn; wretched; lonely; isolated; deserted; neglected; forsaken; miserable; disconsolate; inconsolable; hopeless; springing up out of bed in the face of oblivion.
desperate- 1 reckless or dangerous from despair. 2 staking all on a small chance. 3 needing or desiring very much. 4 the 21st century.
destitute- completely impoverished; lacking
desultory- 1 going from one subject to another, esp. half-heartedly; disconnected; superficial 2 a certain attitude or approach regarding the online "community".
detour- divergence from a direct or intended route, plan, or strategy.
deuterium- stable isotope of hydrogen.
device- 1 thing made or adapted for a particular purpose. 2 plan, scheme, or trick.
devolve- pass work or duties onto a small fry or deputy.
dewberry- small bluish fruit very much like an old-fashioned blackberry; hand-held machine; beads of early morning moisture coating newly excavated dinosaur bones.
diagnosis- identification of enormous financial incentive.
diarrhea- excessively loose adaptations.
diastole- normal rhythmic expansion of the heart's chambers as they fill with petroleum.
dice- small cube-like objects with faces bearing 1-6 cute little dots used for making important decisions such as career paths, anonymous downloads, and childbirth.
dictionary- no known referent.
die- cease to live, cease to function, expire, be exhausted, come to an end.
diffident- shy; lacking self-confidence.
digest- 1 assimilate food in the stomach and bowels. 2 understand and assimilate mentally. 3 reduce to a systematic or convenient format; classify; summarize; gaze out into the absolute nothingness.
dignity- composed and serious manner or style; familiar with absolutely nothing.
dilation- widening or expansion of a hollow organ or cavity.
dim- faintly luminous; obscure; ill-defined; fuzzy; foggy; obtuse; doltish; shadowy; weak; imperceptible; dark.
din- prolonged loud and distracting noise or word exercise; clamor; uproar; shouting; babel; commotion; racket; hullabaloo; utter nonsense.
dirt- unclean matter that soils; simple earth; scurrilous information or gossip.
disabuse- free from a mistaken idea
disappear- cease to be visible; cease to exist or be in circulation or use.
disappear- cease to be visible; cease to exist or be in circulation or.
disappear- cease to be visible; cease to exist or be in circulati.
disappear- cease to be vi.
discard- reject as unwanted.
discern- perceive clearly with the mind or the senses.
disclose- make known; expose to view
disco- popular dance music characterized by a heavy bass rhythm.
disconnect- break the connection or functioning (of things, ideas, persons, etc.)
discontinue- come or bring to an end.
discount- disregard as unreliable, unimportant, ridiculous.
discover- find out or become aware of.
discredit- cause to be disbelieved.
discus- heavy disc thrown in competition.
disease- unhealthy condition of a body, mind, or machine.
disengage- detach, free, loosen, or separate.
disgust- strong aversion; repugnance.
dishwasher- person or machine employed to wash dishes.
dismantle- take to pieces; pull down.
disorganize- destroy the system or order of.
disparate- things so unalike that there is no basis for their comparison.
disperse- go, send, drive, post, or distribute in different directions or widely.
disposable- intended to be used once, then thrown away.
disquisition- long or elaborate treatise or discourse on the meaning of certain words in the dictionary.
disrupt- interrupt the flow or continuity of.
dissemble- conceal one's motives.
distant- far away in space or time.
distinguish- see or draw distinctions between; differentiate.
distort- put out of shape; misrepresent; twist; warp; alter; deform.
distract- amuse, esp. to take attention from pain, worry, or madness.
disturb- break the calm, rest, or quiet of.
ditch- 1 (n) long, narrow excavated channel. 2 (v) leave in the lurch; abandon.
ditty- short simple song.
dizzy- giddy; confused; the sense that the universe in unraveling in a semi-meaningless fashion.
do- perform; carry out.
dollop- shapeless lump of food, image, or text.
dolomite- mineral or rock of calcium magnesium carbonate; the primary raw material of which most computers are made; the very thing in front of your eyes and perhaps under your hands.
but larry, I'm growing weary. I think the readers are also.
you think they've hung in there this long?
a few of them probably have.
look, larry- it wouldn't be right to name names.
but isn't that what you've been doing?
look, let's just get this post over and done with-
doodad- fancy article or ornament; gadget.
doom- grim fate or destiny.
larry, c'mon! people don't wanna hear about that!
shut up- let me finish-
dormouse- small, mouselike hibernating rodent having a long bushy tail.
dose- single portion of medicine.
dotard- senile person.
drachma- chief monetary unit of greece.
drag- pull along with effort; allow to trail along on the ground; this very attempt; search the bottom of a body of water; draw on a cigarette; obstruction to progress; tiresome person, duty, performance, etc; women's clothes worn by men.
are you done yet?
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ok, ok, ok- I get it- you're just getting started.
dragon- mythical monster, usu. depicted as a fire-breathing, winged reptile.
dragonfly- insect with a long body and two pairs of transparent wings.
drain- draw off liquid from; flow or trickle away; exhaust; constant outflow or expenditure.
drake- male duck.
drama- this or that person walking into or out of a room.
draw- sketch out for a stranger to encounter at a much later moment in time.
dreadlocks- hair twisted into tight braids hanging down on all sides.
dream- pictures or events in the mind of a sleeper; whatever is happening now; whatever is happening here.
drip- fall or let fall in drops; be so wet as to shed drops; drop of liquid; dull or ineffective person.
take a hint, larry.
drone- speak or utter monotonously.
quite while you're ahead, dude-
drool- drivel; slobber; show much pleasure or infatuation.
droop- lose heart; be dejected
dropout- person or thing which has withdrawn without a whole lot of ceremony.
dross- refuse: scum from melted metals.
drought- prolonged absence of laughter.
drowsy- half-asleep; dozing; sluggish.
drudge- servile worker, esp. at menial or repetitive tasks.
drug- medicinal substance; the early 21st century.
drum- the phenomenon of having certain things pounded into one's skull.
dst- daylight savings time.
dt- delirium tremens.
dude- look- I'm serious- nobody is reading this anymore!!!
yeah, you said that about an hour ago!
dude- dandy; vacationer on a ranch; fellow; guy;
dungeon- underground prison cell.
dupe- 1 (n) victim of deception. 2 (v) deceive, outwit, trick, make a fool of.
duration- length of time for which something continues.
dusk- final stage of twilight.
dustpan- receptacle for brushed up dust.
now you're talkin'!
duty- moral or legal obligation.
yeah, yeah, yeah, we get it.
dweeb- socially inept person.
dwindle- become gradually smaller, lesser, or quieter.
let's see some performance art now, dude!
dynamism- energy; vigor; vitality.
ok, larry. I'm finished.
you wanna head down to the library?
ok, let me just gather my things.
(gerald gathers his things)
(larry watches him with a strange look on his face.)
hey- what's up with the strange look on your face?
it's just my normal look, gerald.
no problem indeed.
let's get going, shall we? it's not like we've got all the time in the world, ya know!
yeah, I know.
bring your dictionary.