voab4 - Root Curr, curs Meaning run Word Current (adj.) (n)...

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Meaning Word Definition Curr, curs run Current (adj.) (n) Belonging to the present time. Circulating; Prevalent; Running; flowing. A smooth onward movement. The part of a body of liquid or gas that has a continuous onward movement: A general tendency, movement, or course A flow of electric charge. Curr, curs run Concur (v) To agree; cooperate; meet .To occur at the same time. Curr, curs run Cursory (adj.) Performed with haste and little attention to detail. Curr, curs run Precursor (n) One that precedes and indicates, suggests, or announces someone or something to come. One that precedes another; a forerunner. Curr, curs run Incursion (n) An aggressive entrance into foreign territory; a raid or invasion. The act of entering another's territory or domain. The act of entering or running into. de Down, out, apart Depart (v) To go away; leave. To die. To vary, as from a regular course. de Down, out, apart Debase (v) To lower in character, quality, or value; degrade. de Down, out, apart Debilitate (v) To sap the strength or energy of; weaken. de Down, out, apart Decry (v) To condemn openly. To decrease in value by official proclamation or by rumor. de Down, out, apart Deface (v) To spoil the appearance or surface of; disfigure. To impair the usefulness, value, or influence of. To obliterate; destroy. de Down, out, apart Defamatory (n) The act of damaging the reputation, character, or good name of by slander. Slander. de Down, out, apart Defunct (adj.) Having ceased to exist or live. de Down, out, apart Delegate (n) A person authorized to act as representative for another; a deputy or an agent. A representative to a conference or convention. de Down, out, apart Demarcation (n) The setting or marking of boundaries or limits. A separation; a distinction. de Down, out, apart Demean (v) To conduct or behave (oneself) in a particular manner. de Down, out, apart Demur (v) To voice opposition; object. To delay. de Down, out, apart Deplete (v) To decrease the fullness of; use up or empty out. de Down, out, apart Deplore (v) To feel or express strong disapproval of; condemn. To express sorrow or grief over. To regret; grieve. de Down, out, apart Depravity (n) Moral corruption. An immoral act or condition. de Down, out, apart Deprecate (v) To express disapproval of. To belittle; decrease in value. de Down, out, apart Deride (v) To speak of or treat with contemptuous mirth. de Down, out, apart Derivative (adj.) Copied or adapted from others. de Down, out, apart Desist (v) To cease doing something; refrain. de
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voab4 - Root Curr, curs Meaning run Word Current (adj.) (n)...

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