Other Words for Decorate

Decorate Verb Synonyms: embellish, adorn, ornament, garnish, embroider, elaborate, bedeck, deck (out), trim, dress (up), spruce or smarten up, beautify, caparison, tart up

Other Words for Decoration

Decoration Verb Synonyms: garnish, trim, trimming, adornment, embellishment, ornament, ornamentation, garnishment
Decoration Noun Synonyms: medal, laurel, award, badge, colours, order, ribbon, star, garter

Other Words for Decorous

Decorous Noun Synonyms: becoming, dignified, decent, correct, mannerly, seemly, refined, elegant, polite, well-behaved, genteel, demure, polished, gentlemanly, ladylike, seemly

Other Words for Decorum

Decorum Adjective Synonyms: etiquette, proper behavior, propriety, good form, mannerliness, politeness, dignity, gentility, good manners, respectability, courtliness, deportment
Decorum Noun Synonyms: correctness, propriety, protocol, punctilio, conformity

Other Words for Decoy

Decoy Noun Synonyms: bait, lure, trap, attraction, enticement, inducement, stool-pigeon

Other Words for Decrease

Decrease Verb Synonyms: diminish, reduce, decline, lessen, lower, abate, fall off, shrink, shrivel (up), contract, dwindle, ebb, subside, wane, taper off, de-escalate, slacken, let up, ease (off or up), curtail, cut (down or back), run out of steam, run out of gas

Other Words for Decree

Decree Noun Synonyms: order, mandate, directive, ordinance, edict, law, statute, regulation, enactment, act, ruling, dictum, dictate, injunction, sanction, manifesto, proclamation, promulgation, determination, decision, judgment, rescript, prescription, pronunciamento, firman

Other Words for Decrepit

Decrepit Adjective Synonyms: dilapidated, deteriorated, crumbling, decayed, decaying, withered, wasted, antiquated, tumbledown, broken-down, rickety, unstable, shaky, ramshackle, derelict, creaking, creaky, run-down
Decrepit Verb Synonyms: feeble, enfeebled, weak, weakened, frail, infirm, wasted, worn out, unfit, debilitated, enervated, disabled, incapacitated, crippled, doddering, out of shape, in bad shape, aged, old, elderly, ancient, superannuated, senescent, senile

Other Words for Decrepitude

Decrepitude Adjective Synonyms: feebleness, weakness, infirmity, debilitation, enervation, incapacity, old age, superannuation, senescence, senility, caducity, dotage
Decrepitude Noun Synonyms: dilapidation, deterioration, decay, ruin

Other Words for Dedicate

Dedicate Verb Synonyms: consecrate, bless, sanctify, hallow
Dedicate Noun Synonyms: devote, consecrate, give (up or over), yield, offer, surrender, commit, pledge, assign

Other Words for Dedication

Dedication Verb Synonyms: devotion, assignment, pledge, commitment, allegiance, adherence, faithfulness, fidelity, loyalty, devotedness, wholeheartedness, single-mindedness, fixedness, fealty
Dedication Noun Synonyms: inscription, address, message

Other Words for Deduce

Deduce Noun Synonyms: conclude, infer, understand, gather, assume, presume, derive, draw, work out, divine, glean, take it, suppose, surmise, suspect, suss out

Other Words for Deduct

Deduct Verb Synonyms: subtract, take away or out or off, take from, remove, withdraw, knock off

Other Words for Deduction

Deduction Noun Synonyms: conclusion, inference, finding, reasoning, result
Deduction Verb Synonyms: subtraction, diminution, decrease, reduction, withdrawal, removal, abstraction

Other Words for Deed

Deed Noun Synonyms: act, action, performance

Other Words for Deep

Deep Noun Synonyms: extensive, bottomless, abyssal, unfathomable, profound, wide, broad, yawning, chasmal or chasmic
Deep Adjective Synonyms: profound, arcane, recondite, difficult, abstruse, obscure, esoteric, incomprehensible, beyond or past comprehension, impenetrable, unfathomable, inscrutable, mysterious, mystic(al), occult, weighty, serious, heavy

Other Words for Deepen

Deepen Adverb Synonyms: dig out, burrow, sink, dredge, excavate, scoop (out)
Deepen Verb Synonyms: intensify, increase, concentrate, strengthen, expand, magnify

Other Words for Deeply

Deeply Adverb Synonyms: profoundly, intensely, strongly, powerfully, very much, acutely, keenly, gravely, greatly, to a great extent, extremely, thoroughly, completely, entirely, seriously, severely, irrevocably, unreservedly, passionately, heavily, emotionally
Deeply Verb Synonyms: deep, (far) downwards or inwards, way down, deep down

Other Words for Deface

Deface Adverb Synonyms: mar, disfigure, spoil, ruin, deform, blemish, damage, mutilate, harm, impair, injure, destroy

Other Words for Default

Default Noun Synonyms: non-payment, delinquency
Default Verb Synonyms: failure, fault, defect, neglect, negligence, dereliction, lapse, oversight, non-performance, non-fulfilment, inaction

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