Reverse Dictionary: DEPI – DEQ


DEPICT – verbs
– DECIPHER to represent verbally or pictorially; to describe, to delineate, to portray, to depict …a1572 obs.
– IMPORTRAY to portray or depict in or upon something …1580 obs.
 
DEPLORABLE – adjectives
– BEASTLY unpleasant; deplorable …1603
– BEMOANABLE deplorable, lamentable …1611 obs.
– BLOODY unpleasant; deplorable …1934 sl.
– CRIMINAL senseless or deplorable …colloq.
– GOD-AWFUL unpleasant; deplorable; frightful …1878 sl., orig. US
– GROTTY grotesque; highly undesirable; disgusting; unpleasant; deplorable …1964 sl.
– GRUNGY disgusting; unpleasant; deplorable …1965 sl., chiefly US
– HELLACIOUS unpleasant; deplorable …1976 US sl.
– HELLISH unpleasant; deplorable …1569
– HORRENDOUS unpleasant; deplorable …1952 sl.
– IMPLORABLE lamentable; deplorable …1535 obs.
– LIKE THIRTY CENTS unpleasant; deplorable …1896 US sl.
– MANGY unpleasant; deplorable …1538
– ONKUS unpleasant; deplorable; bad …1918 Aust. sl.
– POXY unpleasant; deplorable …1950 sl.
– PUNK-ASS of a person: unpleasant, deplorable …1972 US sl.
– SCROUNGY unpleasant; deplorable …1948 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– SEPTIC unpleasant; deplorable …1914 sl.
– SHITHOUSE unpleasant; deplorable, disgusting, contemptible …1972 sl.
– SHITTING unpleasant; deplorable …1967
– SHITTY unpleasant; deplorable; disgusting; contemptible; awful …1924 sl.
– SHOCKING unpleasant; deplorable …1842
– SNOTTY unpleasant; deplorable …1681
– UMPTY unpleasant; deplorable …1910s sl., orig. military
– UNCOOL unpleasant; deplorable …1953 sl.
– UNREAL used positively to denote something incredibly good, and negatively, to denote something unbelievably difficult, awful, unpleasant, or deplorable …1965 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– UPTA unpleasant; deplorable …1918 Aust. sl.
– UPTER unpleasant; deplorable …1918 Aust. sl.
– WHITE-ARSED unpleasant; deplorable …1922 sl.
 
deplorable – person
– MONGREL a despicable, deplorable person …Bk1988 Aust. sl. 
 
DEPLORING – nouns
– IMPLORATION deploring; lamentation …1607 obs. rare
 
DEPORTMENT – nouns
– AFFAIR mode of doing; bearing, deportment, appearance, conduct …1375 obs.
– HABIT bearing, demeanour, deportment, behaviour; posture …1413 obs.
– HAVING behaviour, manners, demeanour, deportment; often in plural …1375 chiefly Sc.
– HAVIOUR the act of having or bearing oneself; deportment, bearing, behaviour, manner …1503 arch. or Eng. dial.
– HAVOUR the act of having or bearing oneself; deportment, bearing, behaviour, manner …1503 arch. or Eng. dial.
– OBEISANCE compliance of manner, deportment …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
DEPOSIT – verbs
– DEPONE to deposit …1825 Sc.
 
DEPRAVE – verbs
– BESHREW to make wicked or evil; to deprave, to pervert, to corrupt …c1325 obs.
– DEBOISE to corrupt morally; to deprave by sensuality …1654 obs.
– NERONIZE to deprave, to corrupt …1675
– VENOM to infect with moral evil; to corrupt; to deprave …a1300
 
DEPRAVED – adjectives
– BESTIAL like a beast in obeying and gratifying the animal instincts and sensual desires; debased, depraved, lustful, obscene …1447
– CANKERED infected with evil; corrupt, depraved …c1440
– GALLOWS villainous, rascally, wicked, depraved …c1425
– PRAVITOUS characterized by wickedness or depravity; full of evil, bad …1648-9 obs. rare
– RAMMUCKY dissolute, wanton, depraved …1893 Eng. dial.
– RANK depraved, coarse-minded, libidinous …1892 Eng. dial.
– SICK morbid, depraved, as in a sick sense of humour …1950s sl., orig. US
– SICKO depraved, perverted, insane …1970s sl.
 
depraved – nouns 
– RAGAMUFFIN(E)RY the disreputable classes of society; depraved actions or conduct …1831
– RANK lustful, licentious; depraved, coarse-minded, libidinous …c1520 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– SUNK depraved, degenerate …1680 rare or obs.
– VICEY sinful; depraved …1993 Trinidad and Tobago
 
depraved – person
– BAIGLE an opprobrious epithet applied to a depraved woman …Bk1879 Eng. dial.
– BALD-HEADED CHICKEN-FUCKER a depraved or disgusting fellow …1976 US sl.
– BARNACLE an incorrigible person; a bad or depraved person …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BEAGLE an opprobrious epithet applied to a depraved, unmanageable, and troublesome person …1744 Eng. dial.
– FAGUEN a villain, a depraved character …M19 UK criminals’ sl.
– A MAN OF BELIAL a worthless or evil man; a wicked, depraved person …1821
– MONSTER a person of repulsively unnatural character, or exhibiting such extreme cruelty or wickedness as to appear inhuman; a markedly cruel, depraved, vile, or hideous person …a1505
 
DEPRAVITY – nouns
– BADNESS depravity, active wickedness, vice …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– ILLNESS bad moral quality, condition or character; wickedness, depravity; evil conduct; badness …c1500 obs.
– NAUGHTINESS wickedness, viciousness, depravity …1541 obs.
 
DEPRECATE – verbs
– RAG ON SOMEONE to disparage; to strongly deprecate …1980s Amer. students’ sl.
 
DEPRECATING – phrases
– WHAT ELSE IS NEW? a deprecating comment on anything the previous speaker has said, esp. if that speaker had intended to make a big impression …1950s sl., orig. US
 
DEPRECIATE – verbs
– BACKCAP to attempt to thwart or ruin by defaming someone; to depreciate, disparage, or criticize meanly …1887 Amer. sl.
– BASE to lessen in amount or value, to depreciate …1581 obs.
– BELACK to depreciate, to find fault with …a1555 obs.
– CRY DOWN to condemn, depreciate, or disparage loudly, vehemently, or publicly …1616
– DEBASE to lower in estimation; to decry, to depreciate, to vilify …1565 obs.
– DEBATE to depreciate, to decry …1598 obs.
– DEBAUCH to vilify, to damage in reputation; to depreciate, to disparage …1601 obs.
– DECLINE to undervalue, to disparage, to depreciate …1509 obs. obs.
– DECRY 1. to denounce, to condemn, to suppress, or to depreciate by proclamation; to reduce the value of money …1617
2. to cry out against; to disparage or condemn openly; to attack the credit or reputation of; to depreciate …1641
– FALL to lower a price, etc.; to bring down in value, to depreciate; to depress the market; also, of land: to become worth less …1677 obs.
– LACK to disparage, to depreciate, to slight …1721 Sc. obs.
– LACKEN to depreciate, to disparage …1674 obs. rare
– MINORATE to lessen, to diminish, to depreciate …1534 obs.
– NITHER to depreciate, to disparage, to undervalue …1866 Sc. 
– RUN AGROUND to slander; to depreciate …BK1898 Eng. dial.
 
DEPRECIATED – adjectives
– DASHED sullied or depreciated, as a faded garment …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
 
DEPRECIATION – nouns
– DEBATE lowering; depreciation; degradation …c1460 obs.
– DECRIAL open disparagement; depreciation …1711 rare
– SUBTRACTION detraction; depreciation …1890 rare
 
depreciation – nouns, term of depreciation
– HALF-STUFF a term of depreciation applied to persons …1883 Eng. dial.
– NAPPATANZER a comic term of depreciation applied to a person or animal …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
depreciation – interjections 
– TANTI! an exclamation of contempt or depreciation …1590
 
DEPRECIATORY – adjectives
– DETRACTORY tending to detract; defamatory by denial of desert; depreciatory, disparaging, derogatory, calumnious …1585
 
DEPRESS – nouns
– DAMPER a person or thing that depresses, takes the edge off joy, chills one’s enthusiasm, etc.; a spoilsport; a wet-blanket …1748 sl.
 
depress – verbs 
– BATE to lower, to let down; to cast down, to humble, to depress, to deject …c1380
– BRING DOWN to depress …1950s Amer. sl.
– DAMP to deaden or restrain the ardour or energy of; to depress, to deject, to discourage, to check …1548
– DANK to damp the spirits, etc.; to depress …1555 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– DASH to cast down, depress; to daunt, dispirit, or discourage …1550
– DAUNTON to terrify, to intimidate, to subdue; to depress, to awe, to dismay …1794 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– FAINT to depress, to enfeeble, to weaken; to make faint or weak …c1386 rare
– FAINTEN to make faint, to depress, to dispirit …1612-15 obs. rare
– GET DOWN to depress …1930 sl.
– KILL SOMEONE’S BUZZ to depress someone; to destroy someone’s enjoyment or pleasure; to disappoint someone …1980s sl.
– PISS OFF to annoy, to irritate, to depress a person …1946 sl.
– PULL DOWN to depress in health or spirits …arch.
– QUAY to depress, to subdue, to daunt …1590 obs. rare
– STOMP SOMEONE’S BUZZ to depress someone; to destroy someone’s enjoyment or pleasure; to disappoint someone …1980s sl.
– TEAR DOWN to depress …1950s sl.
– VAPOUR to give one vapours; to depress or bore …1774
 
DEPRESSED – adjectives
– BAD sorrowful; depressed..1839 Eng. & Amer. dial.
– BLUE depressed, low-spirited, sad, sorrowful, dismayed, downcast …a1450
– BLUE AS A WHETSTONE depressed, melancholy, dejected …1857 Amer. dial.
– BLUER THAN A WHETSTONE extremely dejected, depressed, melancholy …1914 Amer. dial.
– BRUTZING depressed, moody, gloomy …1970 Amer. dial.
– BUMMED discouraged; depressed …Bk1990 Amer. sl.
– BUMMED OUT discouraged; depressed …Bk1990 Amer. sl.
– BUMMING down; depressed; suffering from something disagreeable …Bk1990 Amer. sl.
– BUSTED UP grief-stricken; depressed …1892 US sl.
– CARRYING WEIGHT depressed …1950s Beatniks’ usage
– CHEWED UP depressed …20C Amer. sl.
– DAMP showing stupefaction or depression of spirits; dazed, stupefied …1590 obs. or arch.
– DOWN depressed …1610
– DOWN IN THE DUMPS depressed …1714
– DOWN PIN depressed, indisposed …L19 sl.
– DRAM-HEARTED depressed in spirit, melancholy, downcast …1895 Sc.
– DROOPY depressed; dejected; sad; gloomy; drooping …a1225
– FED UP depressed …1914 sl.
– GROUSED depressed; gloomy …1969 Amer. dial.
– GUTTED deeply disappointed; sick and tired; fed up; utterly depressed; very upset …1960s sl.
– HAPPY AS A BASTARD ON FATHER’S DAY miserable, depressed …Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– HEART-ANGUISHED heartsick, extremely depressed or unhappy …1812 Sc. 
– HEART-SICK depressed and despondent, esp. through ‘hope deferred’ or continued trouble …1526
– HEART-SUNK depressed, despondent …Bk1902 Eng. dial. 
– ICKY feeling depressed or in a gloomy mood …1965 Amer. dial.
– LIKE A DYING DUCK IN A THUNDERSTORM cast down in spirit; very down in the mouth; having a forlorn and hopeless expression; depressed, dejected …1874
– LOUSY unwell, tired, depressed …1933 Amer. dial.
– LOW depressed …1950s Amer. sl.
– MOULDY depressed …1876 sl.
– OFF ONE’S FEED depressed, miserable, nervous …M19 sl.
– ON A DOWNER in a dejected mood; depressed …1976 Amer. sl.
– ON ONE’S ASS depressed; broken; down-and-out …20C US sl.
– PISSED (OFF) angry, irritated; fed up, depressed …1943 sl., orig. US
– RAT-SHIT depressed and lonely …1980 Aust. & NZ sl.
– SAT-UPON depressed, miserable …L19 sl.
– SHITTY depressed, guilty …1960s sl.
– SHOT DOWN to be rejected; depressed …1960s Amer. sl.
– SHUT DOWN to be rejected, depressed …1960s Amer. sl.
– SICK AS A PARROT extremely depressed, usually mental rather than physically distressed …1970s sl.
– SICK AS MUD very depressed or upset …1930s sl.
– SUNK † of the spirits: depressed, low …1719 rare or obs.
– SUNKEN depressed, reduced …1854
– UGLY depressed, sad …1836 Eng. dial.
– UNDER THE HATCHES down in position or circumstances; in a state of depression, humiliation, or restraint; down out of sight …c1550
– UNKED;  UNKID of a place: lonely, dreary, desolate; of a person: feeling lonely; dull, depressed, miserable; out of sorts …1777 Eng. dial.
– UNKY of a place: lonely, dreary, desolate; of a person: feeling lonely; dull, depressed, miserable; out of sorts …1777 Eng. dial.
– UNLUCKY depressed, miserable …1889 Eng. dial.
– VAPOURED suffering from nervous depression; low-spirited …1670
– VAPOURISH inclined to depression or low-spirits …1716-20
– VAPOURY inclined to depression or low spirits …1771 rare
– WEEPY depressed, denoting tearfulness; mournful, tearful …1863
– YONDERLY distant in manner, reserved, sullen; depressed in health or spirits, gloomy, melancholy; vague, absent-minded; shy, timid; anxious …1828 Eng. dial.
 
depressed – nouns (also see DEPRESSION)
– BRUTZ a depressed, gloomy, or moody state of mind …1970 Amer. dial.
– FUNK a black mood; a depressed state …L18 sl.
– GOOHOOPERS a condition of despondency or ill temper; a vague or imaginary unwellness; a depressed or gloomy mood …1968 Amer. dial.
– THE GRUBS a depressed or gloomy mood …1966 Amer. dial.
– THE GRUMPS a depressed or sulky mood …1835 colloq.
– WHIM-WHAMS;  WIM-WAMS feelings of uneasiness, apprehension, or nervousness; a depressed or gloomy mood …1931 Amer. dial.
 
depressed – person
– BIRSEY a patronizing term for a farmer or country yokel; someone who looks depressed or unwell …Bk1997 Ulster sl.
– DEPRESSO a chronically depressed person …1978 US sl.
– GLOOM a depressed person; a depressing person …1915 US sl.
– GLOOM BUG a depressed person; a chronically gloomy person; a pessimist …1923 US sl.
– GLOOM SHEDDER a depressed person; a depressing person …1932 US sl.
– SACKY DACKY a depressed misfit …1946 US sl.
– SAD SACK a miserable, depressed person …1943 sl., orig. US military usage
 
depressed – verbs
– BATE to become dejected, to be depressed …1608 obs.
– BLUE DEVIL to make one melancholy or depressed …1836 Amer. dial.
– DRAG ONE’S ASS AROUND to go around looking sad and depressed …Bk2006 US sl.
– FAINT to lose heart or courage, to be afraid, to become depressed, to give way …c1350 now arch.
– FEEL ONE’S KEEPS to feel depressed or in a gloomy mood …1966 Amer. dial.
– HAVE A FACE AS LONG AS A FIDDLE to look dismal, or extremely depressed …18C
– HAVE ONE’S HABITS ON to feel depressed or in a gloomy mood; to never have anything to say …1970 Amer. dial.
– HAVE THE GO-DOWNS to be in a depressed or gloomy mood …1968 Amer. dial.
– HAVE THE PIP to be depressed, despondent or unwell …1881
– HAVE THE WILLIES to be depressed or in a gloomy mood …1965 Amer. dial.
– MOAN AROUND to go about in a depressed or melancholy mood; to mope …1932 Amer. dial.
– PACK A SAD to become severely depressed or run down; to reveal a dismal or depressed state of mind …1980 NZ sl.
– POP ONE’S CAP to feel depressed; to suffer pain …1950s African-American sl.
– SAD SACK to act or move in a miserable, depressed manner …1970s US sl.
 
depressed – phrases
– A FACE LIKE A SMACKED ARSE used to describe someone who looks very depressed …2000s sl.
– A FACE LIKE A YARD OF TRIPE used to describe someone looking very depressed …2000s NZ sl.
 
DEPRESSING – adjectives
– DEADLY-LIVELY combining dullness and liveliness; lively in a gloomy and depressing way …1838 colloq.
– DOWN-BEAT depressing, gloomy, subdued, pessimistic …1952 sl., orig. US
– OORLICK of things: sad and depressing, eerie …1922 Sc.
– OORIE;  ORIE;  OURIE;  OWRIE of persons and things: dismal, gloomy, miserable-looking from cold or illness; cold and cheerless, depressing, dejected …1785 Sc.
– SAD-ASS depressing …1960s US sl.
– SAD-ASSED depressing …1960s US sl.
– UNCHEERLY gloomy, depressing …1627 obs.
 
depressing – nouns
– BIG CHILL an unfortunate or depressing state of affairs; death …1984 US sl.
– BRING DOWN a depressing event …1950s Amer. sl.
– BUMMER something depressing …1966 sl., orig. US
– DOWN a depressing event; a bad situation …Bk2006 US sl.
– DOWNER something depressing or unpleasant ….1967 Amer. sl.
– DOWNIE a depressing event; a bad situation …Bk2006 US sl.
– LEMONER a disappointment; something depressing …1970s Irish sl.
– SICKENER anything depressing, disappointing, or frustrating; a sad outcome …19C sl.
– SICKNER anything depressing, disappointing, or frustrating …19C sl.
 
depressing – person 
– BAD NEWS a depressing person; a pessimist …1962 sl., orig. US
– BRING DOWN a depressing person  …1950s Amer. sl.
– BUZZKILL a person who has a depressing or dispiriting effect; one who ruins enjoyment or pleasure …Bk2006 US sl.
– DROOPY-DRAWERS an untidy, sloppy, or depressing person …1910s sl.
– GLOOM a depressed person; a depressing person …1915 US sl.
– GLOOM SHEDDER a depressed person; a depressing person …1932 US sl.
– GLOOMY-DRAWERS an ill-tempered, depressive person …1989 sl., chiefly UK juvenile usage
– MISERY a depressing person …L18 sl.
– MISERY-GUTS a depressing, morose, or complaining person …Brit. colloq.
– SAD SACK OF SHIT a miserable and depressing person …1943 US sl
 
depressing – verbs 
– BE A RIGHT OLD MISERY to be a depressing person; to act in a self-pitying manner …L19 sl.
– PUT A DAMPER ON to discourage; to dampen the enthusiasm of; to spoil another person’s pleasure; to have a depressing effect on …1748
 
DEPRESSION – nouns
– BABY BLUES post-natal depression …1979 UK colloq.
– THE BLAHS depression …1968 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– BLUE DEVILS melancholy, depression, low spirits, the blues …1810 Amer. dial.
– BLUE FEAR a blue funk; a state of depression; nervousness  …1801
– BLUE FUNK depression or despair; a mental state characterized by this …1854 sl.
– BLUENESS a state of depression or melancholy …1911
– THE BLUES depression of spirits, despondency …1741 colloq.
– CAFARD depression, melancholy, the blues …E20
– CAMEL’S COMPLAINT depression …L19 sl.
– DAMP a state of dejection; depression of spirits …1606
 THE DARKS depression …2000s sl.
– DEMISSION dejection, depression, lowering of spirits or vitality …1656 obs.
– DROOP a feeling of unhappiness, depression …20C sl.
– DROOPS a feeling of unhappiness, depression …20C sl.
– THE DUMPS a fit of melancholy or depression; heaviness of mind, dejection, low spirits …a1535
– FALL-BACK a falling back; depression …1892
– FANTOD a feeling of uneasiness, a feeling of depression …19C US sl.
– FANTODS a feeling of depression; the blues; a fit of the sulks; a being gloomy …1899 Amer. dial.
– FANT-TODS a feeling of uneasiness, a feeling of depression …19C US sl.
– FUNK a state or fit of gloom, bad temper, depression, irritation, etc. …1834 orig. Sc.
– THE GO-DOWNS a state of depression; the blues …1968 Amer. dial.
– GOLLYWOBBLES depression or nervousness; a depressed or gloomy mood; the blues …1967 Amer. dial.
– GONENESS a sinking feeling; weakness, faintness, exhaustion; great depression …1848 Amer. dial.
– GONNYWOBBLES an imaginary disease; depression or nervousness …1970 Amer. dial.
– THE HANG-DOWNS depression; a gloomy mood …1970 Amer. dial.
– THE HEEBIE-JEEBIES a feeling of discomfort, apprehension, or depression; the ‘jitters’ …1923 sl., orig. US
– HIBBY JIBBYS a feeling of discomfort, apprehension, or depression; the ‘jitters’ …1923 sl., orig. US
– HUMP a fit of sulks; a bad mood, depression …1873 UK sl.
– THE HUMP depression …1873 Brit. sl.
– THE HYPO hypochondria; generally, depression, anxiety, irritability, or low spirits …1701 obs.
– THE HYPS hypochondria; generally, feelings of melancholy, depression, or anxiety, esp. about one’s health …1710 colloq. obs.
– THE JIBBIES a feeling of anxiety, apprehension, depression …1967 Amer. dial.
– JIM-JAMS a creepy feeling; the fidgets; a fit of depression; a state of nervousness or unease …1896 colloq.
– THE JIMMIES the fidgets, jitteriness; a fit of depression …1928 colloq.
– THE JOES depression; the blues …1910 Aust. sl.
– THE MEAN REDS a state of depression, the blues, a gloomy mood …1967 Amer. dial.
– THE MOKUS a state of depression; the blues …1927 Amer. sl.
– MOODIES. depression …1960s sl.
– THE MOPES a fit of depression; a gloomy mood; a fit of being dispirited …1954 Amer. dial.
– MUBBLE-FUBBLES depression of spirits; the blues …1589 sl. obs.
– MULL a state of depression …1984 Amer. dial.
– MULLIGRUBS depression of spirits; a fit of the blues; peevishness, sullenness; the sulks; ill temper …1599
– NAGRAMS blues; depression …1916 Amer. dial.
– POLLYMARBLES collywobbles; depression or nervousness; some imaginary or undefined illness …1971 Amer. dial.
– THE REDS a state of depression, the blues, a gloomy mood …1967 Amer. dial.
– A SKELETON AT THE BANQUET a reminder of serious or saddening things in the midst of enjoyment; a source of gloom or depression …1893
– A SKELETON AT THE FEAST a reminder of saddening or serious things in the midst of enjoyment; a source of gloom or depression …1857
– THE STERKS;  THE STURKS depression …1941 Aust. sl.
– THE UGLIES a fit of depression or bad temper …1846 sl.
– WIFFLE-WOFFLES sorrow, the dumps, a state of depression …20C colloq.
– THE WILLIES feelings of uneasiness, apprehension, depression, or nervousness …1896
– THE WILLY-NILLIES feelings of uneasiness, apprehension, depression, or nervousness …1965
– WOOFITS an unwell feeling, esp. in the head, or moody depression …1918 sl.
– THE WOOLLIES feelings of uneasiness, apprehension, depression, or nervousness …1965 Amer. dial.
 
depression – phrases
– A FACE AS LONG AS A WET SUNDAY used for describing an expression of depression or sadness …1984 Can. sl.
 
DEPRESSION (a hollow) – nouns
– SUBSIDATION a depression …1838
 
depression – verbs 
– WALLOW OUT to make a depression in by lying or rolling …a1893 Amer. dial.
 
DEPRIVATION – verbs
– TINE to lose; to suffer deprivation of; to cease to have or enjoy …a1300 chiefly Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
 
DEPRIVE – verbs
– ACE OUT to deprive someone of something, esp. by underhanded or dishonest means …1933 Amer. sl.
– BEDEAL to deprive, to bereave, to free of …c1000 obs.
– BEGUILE to cheat hopes, expectations, aims, or a person in them; to trick; to disappoint, to deprive of, to foil …1483 obs. exc. Sc.
– BENIM to rob, to deprive, to bereave …c890 obs.
– BEREFT to deprive …1557 obs. rare
– BESTRIP to strip clean; to deprive of or take away entirely …1065 obs.
– CASHIER to deprive of …1668 rare
– CASTRATE to deprive of vigour, force, or vitality; to mortify …1554 obs.
– DARKEN to deprive a person of lustre or renown; to eclipse …1606 obs.
– DEATHIFY to deprive of life, force, or vitality …1801 nonce word
– DISABUNDANCE to deprive, to inconvenience, to discommode …1942 Amer. dial.
– DISFURNISH to deprive, to inconvenience, to discommode …1886 Amer. dial.
– DO SOMEONE OUT OF SOMETHING to deprive someone of something by fraud or unfair means …1825 sl.
– FAMISH to deprive a person of anything necessary to life …1667 obs. rare
– OOT to deprive of …Bk1905 Sc.
– STYMIE to deprive others by taking the last of anything …1980s US students’ sl.
– UNBECOME to deprive of something …1624
 
DEPRIVED – adjectives
– BEREAVEN deprived, taken away by force …a1619 arch.
– QUIT destitute, deprived of …c1290 obs.
– STUCK OUT lazy, forgetful; deprived …1970s US prison sl.
 
deprived – verbs 
– DEFAULT to have want of, to be deprived of …c1440 obs. rare
 
DEPTH – adjectives
– ABYSSAL of unsearchable depth, unfathomable; belonging to the lowest depths of ocean …1691
– ASS-DEEP of a depth sufficient to reach one’s rump …1950 Amer. sl.
– ASSHOLE-DEEP very deep; of a depth sufficient to reach one’s rump …1963 Amer. sl.
– DEEP-FET fetched from deep in the bosom, or from far below the surface of things; coming from a depth …1593 obs.
 
depth – nouns 
– BATHOS depth; lowest phase, bottom …1758
– DEEP depth, deepness …c1000 obs. rare
– SIDTH length; depth …1855 Eng. dial. rare
 
DEPTH CHARGE – nouns
– CAN a depth charge …1918 US Navy sl.
– DAVY JONES’S SHOCKER a depth charge …19C sl.
– EGG a bomb; a mine; a depth charge …Amer. World War I sl.
– PILL a depth charge …1917 sl.
 
DEPUTY – adjectives
– LEGATARIAN pert. to a legate or deputy …1766 obs. rare
 
deputy – nouns
– LEGACY the function or office of a delegate or deputy …1382 obs.
– LEGACY  the message or business committed to a delegate or deputy …1550 obs.
 
deputy – person 
– DEBITE a deputy, a lieutenant …1482 obs.
– DEBITY a deputy, a substitute …1467 obs.
– FACTOR one who acts for another; an agent, deputy, or representative …1485 rare
– SUFFRAGAN an assistant; a deputy, a representative …1481 obs.
 
deputy – verbs 
– SUFFRAGATE to delegate, to appoint as a deputy …1600 obs.