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decrapify (verb) : To make less cluttered, or to make more space

I am going to decrapify my room.

Submitted by: Samantha Onstad from Virginia on Sep. 01, 2007 10:50

decrapitated

(adjective) : Also related to "decrepit"

decrapitated (adjective) : A state of being run down; not pleasing to the eye. [A cross between dilapidated and crappy looking] Look how decrapitated that house looks. Submitted by: Patrick O'Grady from Oregon on Jul. 24, 2006 19:20 She never let the cats or dogs out. The whole house was decrapitated. —see previous listing,

Submitted by: Bruce from Idaho on Jul. 26, 2006 20:53

(adjective) : A state of being run down; not pleasing to the eye. [A cross between dilapidated and crappy looking]

Look how decrapitated that house looks.

Submitted by: Patrick O'Grady from Oregon on Jul. 24, 2006 19:20

(adjective) : An object that becomes unusable or is ruined in a particularly messy fashion.

She never let the cats or dogs out. The whole house was decrapitated.

Submitted by: cfscheu from New York on Jan. 21, 2006 08:27

decrapitize (verb) : to reduce clutter from

Submitted by: Dana K from New York on Jun. 13, 2013 12:39

decrapulate (verb) : To clean, organize or otherwise refine an animal, mineral or vegetable.

We must decrapulate this place! Now! —Samireh, 1-06-06

Submitted by: Samireh from California on Jan. 06, 2006 11:48

decroded (adjective) : moldy, old or crusty piece of waste

Submitted by: Sunsan Smart from Colorado on Feb. 15, 2007 10:26

decryptology (noun) : the study and interpretation of symbols and codes

Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on Jan. 13, 2010 13:37

deculturalize (verb) : to deprive of cultural traditions and beliefs

Submitted by: Samantha Sullivan from Illinois on Apr. 24, 2013 23:49

decumber (verb) : To remove the stored funds from an account or accounts.

Please decumber the funds from the paper account so that we may apply them to the gasoline account.

Submitted by: Walt from North Carolina on Apr. 05, 2007 13:34

dedact (verb) : Remove or delete information. Blacken out words in a document.

"Social security numbers were dedacted from the document to protect individuals from identity theft."

Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 07, 2007 16:58

dedicatorial (adjective) : performed during a dedication

Submitted by: Anonymous on Aug. 20, 2009 10:00

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