Other Words for Disgusting

Disgusting Adjective Synonyms: nauseating, sickening, offensive, outrageous, sick-making, fulsome, repulsive, revolting, repugnant, off-putting, repellent, obnoxious, loathsome, gross, vile, foul, nasty, unappetizing, unsavoury, objectionable, distasteful

Other Words for Dishonest

Dishonest Adjective Synonyms: untrustworthy, underhand(ed), dishonorable, fraudulent, fake, counterfeit, deceiving, deceptive, unfair, double-dealing, thieving, thievish, knavish, cheating, deceitful, lying, untruthful, mendacious, treacherous, perfidious, corrupt, unscrupulous

Other Words for Dishonor

Dishonor Noun Synonyms: aspersion, defamation, libel, slander, blot, slur, smear, smirch, black mark, blemish, denigration
Dishonor Adjective Synonyms: insult, abuse, affront, outrage, slight, offend, injure
Dishonor Verb Synonyms: disgrace, degrade, shame, debase, humiliate, mortify, abase, vitiate, humble

Other Words for Dishonorable

Dishonorable Noun Synonyms: disgraceful, degrading, inglorious, ignominious, shameful, shaming, base, debased
Dishonorable Adjective Synonyms: unprincipled, shameless, corrupt, unscrupulous, untrustworthy, treacherous, traitorous, perfidious, dishonest, hypocritical, two-faced, duplicitous, disreputable, discreditable, base, despicable, disloyal, unfaithful, faithless

Other Words for Disillusion

Disillusion Adjective Synonyms: disabuse, disappoint, disenchant, disenchant, break the spell, enlighten, set straight, disentrance, disenthral, undeceive

Other Words for Disinclined

Disinclined Verb Synonyms: averse, indisposed, reluctant, unwilling, loath, opposed, unwilling, hesitant

Other Words for Disinfect

Disinfect Adjective Synonyms: clean, cleanse, purify, purge, sanitize, fumigate, decontaminate, sterilize

Other Words for Disinfectant

Disinfectant Verb Synonyms: germicide, antiseptic, sterilizer, bactericide, sanitizer, fumigant, decontaminant, decontaminator, purifier, cleaner, cleanser

Other Words for Disingenuous

Disingenuous Noun Synonyms: clever, artful, crafty, sly, on the qui vive, cunning, insidious, foxy, wily, slick, smooth, insincere, false, dishonest, tricky, devious, deceitful, underhand(ed), guileful, shifty, double-dealing, two-faced, duplicitous, hypocritical, scheming, plotting

Other Words for Disintegrate

Disintegrate Adjective Synonyms: break up or apart, shatter, come or fall apart, come or go or fall to pieces, crumble, decompose, rot, decay, moulder

Other Words for Disinterested

Disinterested Verb Synonyms: unbiased, impartial, unprejudiced, altruistic, objective, fair, neutral, open-minded, equitable, just, dispassionate, detached, even-handed, impersonal, uninvolved

Other Words for Disjointed

Disjointed Noun Synonyms: disjoined, separate(d), disconnected, unconnected, dismembered, disunited, divided, split (up)
Disjointed Adjective Synonyms: ununified, loose, incoherent, confused, aimless, directionless, rambling, muddled, jumbled, mixed up, fitful, discontinuous, disorganized, unorganized, disorderly

Other Words for Dislike

Dislike Adjective Synonyms: be averse to, mind, turn from, disfavor, disesteem, be put or turned off by, hate, loathe, scorn, despise, contemn, detest, abominate, execrate
Dislike Verb Synonyms: aversion, displeasure, distaste, disfavor, disesteem, disrelish, disaffection, disinclination, loathing, hatred, animus, animosity, antipathy, detestation, contempt, execration, ill will, disgust, repugnance, hostility, antagonism

Other Words for Disloyal

Disloyal Noun Synonyms: unfaithful, faithless, untrue, false, untrustworthy, recreant, treasonable or treasonous, treacherous, traitorous, unpatriotic, subversive, perfidious, deceitful, renegade, apostate, heretical

Other Words for Dismal

Dismal Adjective Synonyms: depressing, gloomy, cheerless, melancholy, sombre, dreary, sad, bleak, funereal, lugubrious, forlorn, morose, solemn, dark, grim, wretched, woebegone, woeful, black, blue, joyless, doleful, dolorous, unhappy, miserable, lowering, pessimistic

Other Words for Dismay

Dismay Verb Synonyms: unsettle, discompose, upset, discourage, take aback, startle, shock, put off, dishearten
Dismay Adjective Synonyms: alarm, frighten, scare, terrify, appal, panic, horrify, petrify, intimidate, cow, disconcert, unnerve

Other Words for Dismiss

Dismiss Verb Synonyms: reject, set aside, repudiate, spurn, discount, disregard, lay aside, put out of one's mind, think no more of, write off, banish, have or be done with, scorn, discard, ignore, shrug off, belittle, diminish, pooh-pooh
Dismiss Noun Synonyms: discharge, oust, release, give notice (to), let go, lay off, throw out, toss out, remove, military cashier, military drum out, politics deselect, fire, send packing, kick out, sack, give (someone) the sack

Other Words for Dismissal

Dismissal Verb Synonyms: discharge, expulsion, notice, firing, bounce, marching orders, walking papers, sack, sacking, one's cards, pink slip, the (old) heave-ho , the boot
Dismissal Noun Synonyms: cancellation, adjournment, discharge, end, release, cong‚

Other Words for Disobedient

Disobedient Adjective Synonyms: contrary, perverse, wilful, headstrong, stubborn, recalcitrant, obdurate, obstinate, contumacious, wayward, cross-grained, opposed, mutinous, rebellious, revolting, anarchic, pigheaded
Disobedient Noun Synonyms: insubordinate, unruly, naughty, mischievous, bad, ill-behaved, badly behaved, obstreperous, unmanageable, refractory, fractious, ungovernable, uncomplying, unsubmissive, wayward, non-compliant, incompliant, intractable, defiant, delinquent, derelict

Other Words for Disobey

Disobey Adjective Synonyms: defy, break, contravene, flout, disregard, ignore, resist, oppose, violate, transgress, overstep, go counter to, fly in the face of, infringe, thumb one's nose at, snap one's fingers at, cock a snook at, mutiny, rebel, revolt, strike

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