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Synonyms Dictionary

3. arrangement, grouping, organization, disposal. See - disposal {def. 1).
4. settlement, conclusion, resolution; determination, decision, outcome, result, upshot.
5. bestowal, transference, transaction, disposal. See - disposal
(def 2).
6.
control, direction, management, disposal. See - disposal (def. 3).

dispossess, v. 1. strip, deprive, divest, bereave, Law. disseize; disinherit, disown, unhouse; depose, unseat, turn out, dethrone, dismiss, displace, dislodge; supplant, supersede, take the place of; demote, unfrock, disbar.
2. expropriate, commandeer, confiscate, impound,
Law. distrain; wrest from, take from, seize; rob, plunder, despoil, pillage.
3. oust, eject, drive out, expel, evict,
Inf. throw out, Inf kick out, SI. bounce; exclude, blackball, blacklist, ostracize, excommunicate; banish, exile, deport, expatriate.

dispossessed, adj. 1. evicted, ousted, expelled, ejected, cast out, SI. bounced; uprooted, unhoused, banished, exiled, deported, expatriated; excluded, shut out, blackballed, blacklisted, ostracized, banned, outlawed.
2. displaced, rootless, homeless, outcast, disenfranchised; wandering, vagrant, nomadic, vagabond, itinerant, unsettled.
3. disinherited, disaffiliated, alienated, lost, abandoned; demoralized, debilitated, disoriented, confused, purposeless, goalless, guideless; shaken, unstable, unsteady, uncertain, floundering,
Inf. at sea.

dispossession, n. 1. deprivation, deprival, divestiture, bereavement, Law. disseizin; deposition, dis-lodgement, dismissal, displacement, demotion; removal, loss.
2. expropriation, confiscation, appropriation, abduction; spoliation, stripping, plunder, pillage, ravaging.
3. ouster, eviction, ejection, ejectment, expulsion; banishment, exile, expatriation, deportation; exclusion, excommunication, blacklisting, blackballing.

dispraise, v. 1. censure, reproach, animadvert on or upon, criticize, arraign, reprobate, condemn, denounce, remonstrate; disparage, discredit, disfavor; belittle, deprecate, demean, detract, decry, derogate, Inf. talk down. -n. 2. censure, disapproval, disapprobation, reprobation, reprehension; criticism, animadversion, Inf. brickbat, aspersion, obloquy, loss of face; curse, denunciation, condemnation, execration, commination, malediction; belittlement, disparagement, deprecation, derogation, detraction,

disproof, n. 1. invalidation, refutation, confutation, negation, denial, disproval, Inf. squelch, Archaic. redargution.
2. rebuttal, answer, proof to the contrary,
Inf. squelcher.

disproportion, n. asymmetry, unbalance, nonconformity, nonuniformity, inconsonance, incoherence; irregularity, unevenness, unequalness, lopsidedness; disparity, imparity, difference, dissimilarity, dissimilitude, unlikeness; discrepancy, inconsistency, incongruity.

disproportionate, adj. 1. asymmetrical, unbalanced, ill-balanced, lopsided, top-heavy, out of proportion, disproportional; uneven, unequal, irregular, disparate; discrepant, inconsistent, inconsonant, inharmonious, incongruous.
2. extreme, excessive, extravagant, inordinate, too much, overmuch, uncalled-for, unnecessary, blown out of proportion.

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