Verbs that start with the letter “D”

By Thamira

10 letter verbs that start with “D”

DeactivateDebilitateDecapitateDecolorize
DeliberateDeliquesceDemonetizeDemoralize
DenominateDepopulateDepreciateDilapidate
DillydallyDisappointDisapproveDisarrange
DisbelieveDiscommodeDiscomposeDisconcert
DisconnectDiscourageDisembroilDisenchant

9 letter verbs that start with “D”

DecollateDecomposeDefoliateDelineate
DenigrateDeodorizeDeprecateDesecrate
DesiccateDesignateDetermineDevastate
DisaccordDisappearDisburdenDiscomfit
DiscourseDiscreditDisembarkDisembody
DisenableDisengageDisinfectDisfigure

8 letter verbs that start with “D”

DecimateDecipherDecorateDecrease
DedicateDefecateDeflowerDelegate
DemolishDenatureDenounceDerogate
DescribeDethroneDetonateDiminish
DisabuseDisagreeDisallowDisarray
DisburseDisclaimDiscloseDiscolor

7 letter verbs that start with “D”

DebouchDeceiveDeclaimDeclare
DeclineDeflectDefraudDegrade
DelightDeliverDeploreDeposit
DepraveDepressDepriveDerange
DescantDescendDeserveDespise
DespoilDespondDestineDestroy

6 letter verbs that start with “D”

DabbleDampenDandleDangle
DappleDarkenDawdleDeaden
DeafenDebarkDebaseDebate
DecantDecideDecreeDeduce
DeductDeepenDefaceDefame
DefendDefileDefineDecamp

5 letter verbs that start with “D”

DallyDauntDebarDebit
DebutDecryDeferDeify
DeignDelveDemurDeter
DetoxDevilDitchDitto
DizenDodgeDoubtDouse
DowseDrapeDrawlDress

4 letter verbs that start with “D”

DampDartDazeDeal
DeckDeemDefyDeny
DineDiveDoffDote
DownDrawDrubDrug
DungDupeDyke

3 letter verbs that start with “D”

DabDieDipDub
DunDye

2 letter verbs that start with “D”

Do

Examples of Verbs start with “D”

VerbsExample
DeactivateSometimes you need to deactivate a machine in order to move it.
DecollateDecollated the king
DecimateA bunch of soldiers decimated a village on their way to the desert.
DebouchThe river debouched into a great salty lake.
DabbleI dabble in art because I like to draw.
DallyI dallied in the hallway for a while before class started.
DampI can’t believe it’s Damp, but I’m going to the store.
DieThe person died in a fatal accident.
DabWearing a dabber hat to the club last night was wild.
DoDo you like to run?