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(noun) : something that is or can be delivered
Submitted by: Alexander Efron from New York on Mar. 08, 2012 14:36
(noun) : a product, result, or agreement that is the consequence of a process or negotiation
If so, President Obama has given US interests a strong boost with his eight-day trip across Asia, despite the "deliverables" – like a pledge from China to set specific limits on carbon emissions – that are missing from meetings with the region's leaders. —Julian Baum, Christian Science Monitor, 11/17/2009
Submitted by: Eric F. Marsh from Nebraska on Nov. 20, 2009 10:58
Deloonious (adjective) : being in a state of mind in between delirious and loony.
I am just deloonious from lack of sleep.
Submitted by: Nancy from California on Sep. 28, 2005 02:03
Deltaversary (noun) : the anniversary of the date that a woman joined Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
Janelle celebrates her Deltaversary on March 26th by having a party.
Submitted by: Janelle Fitts Herron from Alabama on May. 01, 2014 12:14
delucidate (verb) : to obfuscate; confuse rather than clarify; muddy the waters
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 16, 2005 22:44
Deluctible (adjective) : A mega delicious or totally wicked awesome as pertaining to food stuffs. Really good or totally sweet.
Hot ham n' cheese samiches are deluctible. —Detasseling, The summer of ot 4
Submitted by: Mine name Gregory from Nebraska on Nov. 28, 2005 17:27
deluctuous (adjective) : Pleasing to the senses, most often used to describe foods; sometimes used to describe an unusual experience that was quite pleasurable
I found Greek food to be surprisingly deluctuous.
Submitted by: Doug Eiker from New Jersey on Mar. 15, 2006 21:04
deludinoid (noun) : A person who has a consistent false belief about their looks, appeal, behavior, or talent and the way others perceive them.
Can you belive how many deludinoids tried out for American Idol? They were absolutley convinced the judges and America were wrong for rejecting them! She's a complete deludinoid if she thinks those fishnet stockings and with that paisley skirt look good!
Submitted by: Brittany Jenkins from Mississippi on Jul. 09, 2007 12:00
deluminate (verb) : to dim or darken
Submitted by: Anthony Trupiano from New York on Nov. 06, 2013 13:39
delumpcious (adjective) : combines 'delicious' and 'scrumptious' to give the meaning of food being irresistable.
That meal was absolutely delumpcious!
Submitted by: Kline from Canada on Jan. 30, 2007 20:48
deluscious (adjective) : delicious and luscious
The cake was deluscious.
Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on May. 30, 2008 14:05