Reverse Dictionary: DISP – DISQ

– disparaged openly DECRIED 1655
– disparaging, abusive VILIPEND a1851 Sc.
– disparaging, degrading, lowering LESSENING 1674 obs.
– disparaging, depreciatory, derogatory, calumnious DETRACTORY 1585
– disparaging, derogatory, disrespectful DEROGATORIOUS c1555 obs.
– an exclamation of commiseration or disparagement; dear, dear! LETTO! 1929 Sc.
– used ironically in response to a disparagement or an insult AND A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU TOO! 1976 UK sl.
– a disparaging; disgrace, despite, reproach LACK 1710 Sc. obs.
– disparagement; a degradation LESSENING 1428 obs.
– disparagement; detraction, slander, calumny OBTRACTATION 1563-83 obs.
– disparagement; detraction, slander, calumny OBTRECTATION 1563-83 obs.
– disparagement; harsh criticism or condemnation of creative work, artist, etc. BUTCHERY 1789
– disparagement; profanity LYRICS 1987 Trinidad and Tobago
– disparaging remarks; a maligning BAD MOUTH 1960 US sl.
– open disparagement; depreciation DECRIAL 1711 rare
– one who disparages or blames LACKER 1496 obs.
– one who disparages or maligns BADMOUTH 1967 US sl.
– one who disparages or maligns BADMOUTHER 1967 US sl.
– a term of disparagement BEAN Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement BOX-ANKLED HOUND 1919 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement BRICK Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement CARL;  CARLE a1300 Sc. or arch.
– a term of disparagement CHICKEN-HALIBUT 1919 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement CUR Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement DEADHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement DINGBAT 1915 sl.
– a term of disparagement DOG Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement FILTY WAMLIN 1911 Sc.
– a term of disparagement HOUND Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement LAMES 1950s African-American sl.
– a term of disparagement LIME Bk1913-17 college sl.
– a term of disparagement LOLLYGAG 1940 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement MOOCH 1914 Amer. sl.
– a term of disparagement MUSKRAT 1915 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement OLD POT 1951 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement ONE-BRAIN 1916 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement PECKERHEAD 1955 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement PECKERWOOD 1986 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement POT 1937 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement PRUNE Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement QUINCE Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement STEP-AND-FETCH-IT Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement TYKE Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement YELLOW DOG Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a term of disparagement YEOMAN c1440 obs. rare
– a term of disparagement to a child GAISLING 1819 Sc. obs.
– to disparage BACKCLAP 1896 Amer. sl.
– to disparage BESPARAGE 1592 obs.
– to disparage PUT DOWN 1950s Amer. sl.
– to disparage RANK ON 1950s Amer. sl.
– to disparage, condemn, or depreciate loudly, vehemently, or publicly CRY DOWN 1616
– to disparage or belittle a person or thing; to cry down DOWNCRY 1844
– to disparage or condemn openly; to attack the credit or reputation of; to depreciate DECRY 1641
– to disparage or criticize meanly BACKCAP 1887 Amer. sl.
– to disparage or criticize undeservedly BUM-RAP 1942 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– to disparage or ridicule; to confront someone BASE 1970 African-American
– to disparage someone SNIPE 1980 US sl.
– to disparage; to annoy, to irritate; to reject JAG (OFF) 1968 Amer. dial.
– to disparage, to belittle LOW 1340 obs.
– to disparage, to belittle SUBSTRACT 1728 obs.
– to disparage, to belittle; to criticize DOWN-TALK 1959 chiefly US
– to disparage, to belittle, to put down, to degrade, to humiliate DIMINUTE 1575 rare
– to disparage, to berate someone GIVE ONE NED 1897 Amer. dial.
– to disparage, to berate someone GIVE ONE OLD NED 1970 Amer. dial.
– to disparage, to berate someone GIVE ONE PARTICULAR NED 1897 Amer. dial.
– to disparage, to berate someone GIVE ONE THE VERY NED 1897 Amer. dial.
– to disparage, to compare disparagingly; to miscall; to do discredit to MISLIKEN 1822 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to disparage; to criticize adversely DOWN 1970 Amer. sl.
– to disparage; to criticize adversely DOWN ON 1992 Amer. sl.
– to disparage, to decry, to slander OBTRACT 1596 obs.
– to disparage, to decry, to slander OBTRECT 1596 obs.
– to disparage, to degrade; to render worthless or unworthy DISWORTH 1627 obs. rare
– to disparage, to denigrate, to depreciate; to demean, to belittle LOW-RATE 1743 chiefly African-American usage
– to disparage, to depreciate DECLINE 1509 obs.
– to disparage, to depreciate LACKEN 1674 obs. rare
– to disparage, to depreciate, to slight LACK 1721 Sc. obs.
– to disparage, to depreciate, to undervalue NITHER 1866 Sc. 
– to disparage, to depreciate; to vilify, to damage in reputation DEBAUCH 1601 obs.
– to disparage, to derogate DOWNMOUTH 1981 Amer. sl.
– to disparage, to disdain RANK 1930s US sl.
– to disparage; to disgrace DISHEIGHTEN 1790 Eng. dial. obs.
– to disparage, to dishonour, to disgrace, to slander, to calumniate DEHONESTATE 1663 obs. rare
– to disparage, to flout; to deprive of dignity or worthiness DEDIGNIFY 1654 obs.
– to disparage, to insult someone; to speak in a derogatory manner about SCREAM 1972 Amer. sl.
– to disparage, to insult someone; to speak in a derogatory manner about SCREAM COLD ON 1980 Amer. sl.
– to disparage, to insult someone; to speak in a derogatory manner about SCREAM ON 1970 Amer. sl.
– to disparage; to malign PUT THE BAD MOUTH ON 1968 US sl.
– to disparage, to reject with disdain, to flout SCOOT 1827 Sc.
– to disparage, to ridicule LEAN ON 1960s African-American sl.
– to disparage, to ridicule, to make fun of, to revile, to cast aspersions on THROW OFF ON 1887 Amer. dial.
– to disparage, to show disrespect DIS(S) 1982 US sl.
– to disparage; to strongly deprecate RAG ON SOMEONE 1980s Amer. students’ sl.
– to disparage, to threaten HARD-MOUTH 1960 Trinidad and Tobago
– to disparage, to vilipend, to despise, to abuse WALLIPEND 1847 Sc.
– to say disparaging things TALK SHIT 1993 UK sl.
– to speak disparagingly in a voice intended to be overheard BULKHEAD 1863 US sl.
– to speak disparagingly of; to slander, defame, vilify, abuse ILLIFY 1862 Eng. dial.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize BAD-MOUTH 1941 sl., orig. US
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize CLOBBER 1955 sl. 
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize DO A NUMBER ON SOMEONE 1975 US sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize DUMP ALL OVER SOMEONE 1966 sl., chiefly US
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize DUMP ON SOMEONE 1966 sl., chiefly US
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize HAVE A GO AT 1977 sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize HAVE A POP AT SOMEONE 1922 Brit. sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize RAP 1906 sl., orig. US
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize ROAST 1782 sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize RUBBISH 1953 sl., orig. & chiefly Aust. & NZ
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize SANDBAG 1919 sl.. orig. & chiefly US
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize SLAG OFF 1971 sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize SLAM 1916 sl., orig. US
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize SLATE 1848 sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize SOAK 1925 US sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize TAKE A POP AT SOMEONE 1922 Brit. sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize TAKE SOMEONE TO THE CLEANERS 1963 sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize TEAR SOMEONE DOWN 1978 US sl.
– to speak or write disparagingly or critically of; to criticize TEE OFF ON 1955 US sl.

– disparity, difference, inequality ODDS 1713 Sc.

– dispassionate, calm; free from, or not governed by passion IMPASSIONATE 1621 rare

– to remain dispassionate or calm KEEP THE BLOCK 1916 sl.

– dispatch, speed, progress RID Bk1904 Eng. dial.

– to dispatch or send WAIVE a1400-50 obs.

– to drive asunder, to disperse, to scatter; to drive away, to dispel; to dissolve TO-DRIVE c950 obs.

– to dispense, to distribute VENT 1616 obs.
– to dispense with something; to forget it, to drop the subject SKIP IT 1934 US sl.

– dispersedly, widely SUNDERLY 1541 obs. rare

– a dispersal or separation; a scattering SKAIL a1300 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– a dispersion, scattering, distribution SCAIL;  SCALE 1864 Sc.
– a sudden dispersion or scattering; the noise or commotion made by a dispersing crowd SCALE-BREAK Bk1904 Sc.
– dispersion; a scattering SCALEMENT;  SKAILAMINT 1793 Sc.
– dispersion; a scattering SCATTERMENT 1895 Sc. & Ireland & Amer. dial.
– dispersion; dismissal SKAILING c1450
– dispersion; rout EFFUSION a1400 obs.

– to disperse a gathering of people SCALE 1681 Sc.
– to disperse a gathering of people SCALE THE BIKE 1852
– to disperse a gathering of people SKYLE 1681 Sc.
– to disperse, as it were to lead out of the flock BLANDER 1612 obs.
– to disperse in a scanty way, to scatter sparingly BLANDER 19C Sc.
– to disperse or scatter a thing or collection of things SKAIR a1300 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– to disperse; to go asunder TO-FARE a900 obs.
– to disperse; to go asunder TO-FERE c1000 obs.
– to disperse, to scatter; to drive away, to dispel; to dissolve TO-DRIVE c950 obs.
– to disperse, to separate SCALE;  SKALE 1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to disperse, to separate SKYLE 1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to disperse, to separate, to scatter TO-DREVE a900 obs.
– to disperse; to scatter SCALE-BREAK Bk1904 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to disperse; to scatter SCARKLE c1450 obs. rare
– to disperse; to scatter TO-SKAIR c1200 obs.
– to disperse; to scatter; to send out in various directions SKAIR c1200 obs.
– to disperse; to separate RENDER 1826 Eng. dial. obs.
– to disperse; to separate, to scatter SCALE-SET 1897 Sc.

– dispirited, dejected, cast down ABJECTED 1633 obs.
– dispirited, dejected; having a downcast expression DOWNFACED 1832 rare
– dispirited, depressed; dejected, despondent LOW a1382
– dispirited; discouraged; disheartened, downcast OUT OF HEART 1586
– dispirited, disheartened, dejected; subdued in demeanour FEATHER-FALLEN 19C Eng. dial.
– dispirited, disinclined, out of sorts OFF ONE’S SAUCER M19 Aust. sl.
– dispirited, down, in low spirits DOWNSOME 1888 colloq. obs.
– dispirited, melancholy; moping SACKLESS Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– dispirited, out of sorts, ‘under the weather’ QUEER AS DICK’S HATBAND L18 sl.
– dispirited; tired or disconcerted, exhausted HACKED 1882 Amer. dial.

– dispiritedly, dejectedly, gloomily HEARTLESSLY

– a dispiriting; intimidation; discouragement; a check DAUNT a1400 obs. exc. Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a fit being dispirited; a fit of depression; a gloomy mood THE MOPES 1954 Amer. dial.

– a person who has a dispiriting or depressing effect; one who ruins enjoyment or pleasure BUZZKILL Bk2006 US sl.

– to become dispirited SAG Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– to become dispirited SCALP Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– to become dispirited or downcast ABATE ONE’S CHEER a1350 obs.
– to become dispirited or downcast ABATE ONE’S COUNTENANCE a1350 obs.
– to be dispirited; to behave in a listless, dejected manner MUZZY 1781 colloq. rare
– to dispirit, to daunt or discourage DASH 1550
– to dispirit, to deject in spirits, to disappoint CAST DOWN 1382
– to dispirit, to depress, to make faint FAINTEN 1612-15 obs. rare
– to dispirit, to exhaust TAKE THE TUCK OUT OF Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– to go about dispiritedly or listlessly PEAK AND PINE 1851 Amer. dial.
– to make dispirited, angry, or bad-tempered GIVE ONE THE PIP 1896

– full of display, ostentatious PARADEFUL 1755 rare
– ostentatiously displaying oneself or one’s clothes AFLAUNT 1840 rare
– vaingloriously displayed OSTENTATE 1615 obs. rare
– so as to display oneself or ones clothes ostentatiously AFLAUNT 1584 rare
– a boastful or ostentatious display VENDITATION 1609 obs.
– a display DASH 1816 Sc.
– a display, an exhibition BURN 2002 US sl.
– a display, as of food, or dinnerware SET-OUT 1899 Amer. dial.
– a great display OFF-LAT Bk1905 Sc.
– a great display; a festive occasion; a drinking bout BLOW-OUT 1821 sl.
– a great display or feast BLAW-OUT Bk1911 Sc.
– an exaggerated display of one’s self and clothes, manner, or presence VENDITATION 1950s African-American sl.
– an outward  display; a showing; an exhibition MUSTERING a1439 obs.
– any form of display, as a showman’s stall OFF-LAT M19 sl.
– a spectacular display RAREE-SHOW 1809
– display and bustle GAUD 1866
– display, a showing something; exhibition MUSTERING a1439 obs.
– display in dress FLASHERY 1872 Amer. dial.
– display, dash, distinction, inferior or vulgar elegance FLASHERY Bk1893 sl.
– display, dressiness, pomp, gay appearance, brightness of colour OFF-LAT c1449 obs.
– display, pomp; commotion, uproar, fuss FLASHERY a1300 obs.
– display, pomp, show, ostentation PARADA 1621 obs.
– display, pomp, show, ostentation PARADO 1621 obs.
– exaggerated display or advertising; boastful talk BLAW-OUT 1862
– extravagant but superficial display or show-business glamour OFF-LAT 1977 sl., orig. US
– fantastic display or show; ostentation, affectation FLASHERY 1656 obs.
– fine display, show, finery DASH Bk1911 Sc.
– idle display; showy ceremony GAUD 1800-24
– ostentatious display, fuss, sensation, show, stir FLUTTER 1667 obs.
– to display in a favourable light or in a specious manner; to exhibit ostentatiously VENDITATE 1600 obs.
– to display oneself FEAT ONESELF FORTH a1400-50 obs.
– to display only the essential CUT TO THE BRAKES Bk1914 criminals’ sl.
– to display or proclaim proudly VAUNT 1590 obs.
– to display ostentatiously FLASH 1785 colloq.
– to display ostentatiously or boastfully OSTENTATE c1540 rare
– to display ostentatiously; to parade, to flaunt; to advertise AFFICHER 1814
– to display, to exhibit; to report, to tell, to explain MUSTER a1400 obs.
– to display, to expose to view SET A SUNSHINING 1601
– to display, to make a show, to show off DASH 1813 Sc.
– to display, to produce SKIN OUT c1895 US sl.
– to display, to reveal UNBOWEL 1650 obs.
– to display, to reveal, to show or make known ACCUSE c1400 rare
– to display, to show OSTENTATE 1630 obs.
– to display, to show; to advertise, to publicize AFFICHE 1817
– to display, wear, carry, etc., esp. with ostentation; to show off SPORT 1778 colloq.
– to make a display CUT A SPLURGE Bk1905 Amer. dial.
– to make a display CUT A SWATH Bk1905 Amer. dial.
– to make a display CUT IT FAT 1836
– to make a display; to act in a lively, gay fashion CUT ROUND a1852 colloq.
– to make a display, to flaunt LAUNCH IT OUT 1622 obs.
– to make a display; to live conspicuously and extravagantly CUT A DASH Bk1893 sl.
– to make a display; to live conspicuously and extravagantly CUT A FLASH Bk1893 sl.

– causing displeasure or offense; wrong; sinful; criminal OFFENCEFUL 1603 rare or obs.
– displeased CURDLED Bk1942 US sl.
– displeased PUCKERED Bk1942 US sl.
– displeased PULVERIZED Bk1942 US sl.
– displeased SHATTERED Bk1942 US sl.
– displeased; affronted BEGRUMPLED 1790 Eng. dial.
– displeased, annoyed, ready to take offense, touchy; sulky, angry, vexed SNUFFY 1678
– displeased, discontented ILL-CONTENTED 1582
– displeased, discontented, sullen, sulky, morose MUGGARD 1746 Eng. dial. obs.
– displeased, disgruntled DEAD CHUFFED 20C army sl.
– displeased, disgruntled; annoyed and disappointed CHUFFED 1960 Brit. sl.
– displeased; not glad or delighted; sorry; reluctant; having a feeling of dislike UNFAIN 1338 arch. exc. Eng. dial.
​​– displeased, put out, perplexed, exasperated; disappointed OUTDONE 1816 Amer. dial.
– displeased, upset ILL-SORTED 1815 Sc.
– displeasing CRASTY Bk1970 US students’ sl.
– displeasing STINK OUT LOUD Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, bad UNLIKE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– displeasing, bad UNLIKELY Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– displeasing, disgusting, ugly, dirty, or offensive GROTTY 1964 Amer. sl.
– displeasing, nasty; disgusting, sickening; unpleasant GROSS 1959 student sl.
– displeasing, unpleasant ICKY 1929 Amer. dial.
– displeasing, unpleasant ISHY 1950 Amer. dial.
– displeasing, unpleasant, unattractive GRUESOME 1932 Amer. sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory CREEPY Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory CURDLING Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory CUT-RATE Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory DEADLY Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory DEE-GAW Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory DREAR Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory GARMY Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory GESTANKO Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory GLEEPY Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory GREEBY Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory ON THE GREEBY SIDE Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory PULVERIZING Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory REVOLTING Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory SKLONKISH Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory SUB-ZERO Bk1942 US sl.
– displeasing, unsatisfactory TOO FOUL Bk1942 US sl.
– highly displeasing; unpleasant SHIT 1968 sl.
– much displeased, solemnly dissatisfied THRUNCH Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.
– with displeasure or anger HEAVY c1380 obs.
– with displeasure, sorrow, grief, or anger; grievously HEAVILY c1000 obs. or arch.
– an exclamation of displeasure GAG ME! Bk1995 US sl.
– an exclamation of displeasure GROSS ME OUT! Bk1995 US sl.
– an exclamation of displeasure I’LL BE A SAD SACK! Bk1947 Amer. sl.
– an exclamation of displeasure IT CURDLES MEBk1942 US sl.
– an exclamation of displeasure IT GRIPES MY COOKIES! Bk1942 US sl.
– an exclamation of displeasure IT PUCKERS MEBk1942 US sl.
– an exclamation of displeasure OH, DISGUST! Bk1947 Amer. sl.
– an exclamation of displeasure OH, MY ACHIN’ BACK! Bk1947 Amer. sl.
– an exclamation of displeasure OH, NAUSEA! Bk1947 Amer. sl.
​– an exclamation of displeasure GROSS ME OUT! Bk1995 US sl.
– a look of displeasure; a pouting expression BABOUNE 1967 Amer. dial.
– a roar or cry expressive of displeasure GELLIE 1827 Sc.
– displeasure, anger DEDIGNATION 1538 obs.
– displeasure, annoyance, offense, resentment UMBRAGE 1724
– displeasure, annoyance; what is offensive or causes disgust OFFENSION c1374 obs.
– displeasure, enraged feeling, anger HEAVINESS c1386 obs.
– displeasure, vexation, disgust, grief, sorrow OFTHINKING a1225 obs.
– a displeasing person; a fool, an idiot, an unsophisticated person BEALS a2001 sl. 
– a person with a displeased focus on something BURR UP YOUR ASS 1960 US sl.
– to be displeased at something that must be endured LUMP 1833 colloq.
– to be displeased or vexed GRUMBLE IN THE GIZZARD c1320 obs.
– to be secretly displeased; to be annoyed, but to keep one’s feelings to oneself GRUMBLE IN THE GIZZARD 1785 Eng. dial.
– to displease CURDLE Bk1942 US sl.
– to displease GRIPE ONE’S COOKIES Bk1942 US sl.
– to displease MISLIKE 1631 Sc. obs.
– to displease PUCKER Bk1942 US sl.
– to displease PULVERIZE Bk1942 US sl.
– to displease SHATTER Bk1942 US sl.
– to displease, to dissatisfy, to offend MISQUEME c1395 obs.
– to displease, to offend UMBRAGE a1894 rare
– to displease; to put out of humour MIS-SET 1790 Sc. obs.
– to displease, to vex, to grieve OFTHINK c888 obs.
– to incur one’s displeasure, to offend MISFET Bk1903 Sc.  
– to show displeasure or contempt; to show indifference or dislike SHAKE ONE’S EARS 1583

– disposable EXPOSABLE 1968 Amer. dial.

– to dispose of BIN 1991 Brit. sl.
– to dispose of as garbage CAN 1930 Amer. sl.
– to dispose of it, to get rid of it GIVE SOMETHING THE FLICK Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– to dispose of quickly MAKE SHORT METER OF 1916 Amer. dial.
– to dispose of something SACK 2001 UK sl.
– to dispose of, to destroy TAKE DOWN L19 sl.
– to dispose of, to drop, to get rid of UNLOAD M19 sl.
– to dispose of, to get rid of GET SHUT OF 1827 Amer. dial.
– to dispose of, to get rid of, to discard, to forget about CONSIGN TO THE ASHCAN 1906
– to dispose of, to put away carefully BESTOW 1787 Eng. dial.
– to dispose, to affect, to influence, to incline, in any way AFAITE c1230 obs.

– disposed, inclined AFFECT c1400 obs.
– disposed, inclined in any way AFFECTIONED c1555 arch.
– disposed, minded; chiefly in combination with well-, ill-, etc. INCLINATE c1205 obs.
– disposed or inclined AFFECTIONATED 1578 obs.
– mentally disposed, inclined AFFECTIONATE 1533 obs.

– to be disposed to; to incline to  INCLINATE Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– to feel disposed or inclined to; to wish, to have a mind to MIND 1792 Sc. & Eng. dial.

– of the disposition: hard, unfeeling, unyielding ROCKY L16

– a bad disposition A BAD NAIL Bk1902 Sc.
– a good disposition or ‘streak’ in one’s nature GUDE NAIL;  GUID NAIL 1866 Sc. obs.
– disposition, a personal quality FACULTY c1565 obs.
– disposition, character, intellect, genius ENGINE 1631 Sc.
– disposition, mood; bearing, courage MEAD;  MEED;  MEID 1724 Sc.
– disposition, mood; temper VIAND Bk1905 Sc.
– disposition, nature; manner, custom, appearance FARRAND 1790 Eng. dial.
– disposition, nature; manners LUND c1175 obs.
– disposition, principle EDGE 1895 Eng. dial.
– disposition, state of mind generally, mental tendency AFFECTION 1540 obs.
– disposition, temper TEMPER-PIN 1864 Sc.
– disposition, temperament, character HEART a1225 obs.
– disposition, temper, natural tendency AFFECT 1541 obs.
– disposition, temper; spirit, mettle TEETHTETH Bk1905 Sc. obs.
– natural or inherited disposition RACE 1603 obs. rare

– to have a disposition or an inclination to OFFER 1639 obs.

– disproportionate UNCOMMENSURATE 1676 obs.
– disproportioned, ill-shaped UNGAIN 1790 Eng. dial.

– expressing dispraise or disapprobation; opprobrious; the opposite of ‘eulogistic’ DYSLOGISTIC 1821

– dispraise, censure; the opposite of ‘eulogy’ DYSLOGY 1837

– to dispraise, to slight, to undervalue; to malign, to calumniate LACK 1715 Sc. & Eng. dial.

– a person who disproves, a confuter IMPROVER 1611 obs. rare

– to disprove a statement, belief, etc.; to call in question OPPUGN 1529
– to disprove a statement, belief, etc.; to call in question OPPUGNATE 1749 obs.
– to disprove, to confute; to do away with TAKE OFF 1630 obs.
– to disprove, to refute UNBUBBLE a1640 obs.
– to disprove; to show to be false NEGATIVE 1790

– begun in earnest; said of a dispute or fight ON 1945 Aust. sl.
– characterized by disputing or wrangling ALTERCATIVE M18 obs.
– disputable, capable of being called in question QUARRELLABLE a1600 obs.
– disputable, conjectural, not certain; that is a matter of opinion OPINABLE 1456 obs.
– disputable, open to dispute STRIVABLE c1456 obs. rare
– disputable, pert. to strife and disagreement; quarrelsome, contentious BRIGOUS 1387 obs.
– disputable, uncertain; that is a matter of opinion OPINIONABLE 1615-20 obs. rare
– disputatious, contentious, wrangling, argumentative TOILOUS c1430 obs. rare
– disputatious, given to dispute or controversy; contentious, combative POLEMIC 1614
– disputatious, given to dispute or controversy; contentious, combative POLEMICAL 1615
– disputatious, noisy, quarrelsome, as one in drink RALLY 1708 Sc.
– disputatious, quarrelsome ARGLE-BARGLOUS 1875 Sc.
– disputative, quarrelsome RACKLESOME 19C Eng. dial.
– disputed, debatable BATABLE 1453 obs.
– disputing, quarrelling, wrangling JARRING 1628
– disputing, quarrelsome CADDLING 1853 Eng. dial.
– engaged in disputes or bickering; in strong disagreement or conflict AT LOGGERHEADS 1775 Amer. dial.
– in a dispute; in trouble or disgrace IN THE RAGS c1860 sl.
– inclined to dispute or argue; contentious ARGISOME Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– pert. to disputation or controversy; disposed to controversy; captious ERISTIC 1637
– violently disputing CURRIE-WURRIE 19C Sc.
– disputatiously, controversially POLEMICALLY 1653
– a captious dispute or objection; a quibble BRABBLE 1581 obs.
– a cause of dispute; an occasion of quarrel PICK-QUARREL 1611 obs.
– a dispute, a contention, a quarrel THREAPING-DO 1899 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a controversy; an argument; a wordy way PARL;  PARLE 1896 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a debate TERSE Bk1905 Sc. obs.
– a dispute, a disagreement, an argument CONTRETEMPS M20 colloq.
– a dispute, a disagreement, a quarrel, a wrangle, brawl, a scolding match FRATCH 18C chiefly Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a dissension, a quarrel; a petty broil JAR 1583
– a dispute, a disturbance, an altercation, an argument, a row BARNEY 1888 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a disturbance; a struggle for existence SCRATTLE 1878 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a fight or a riot HOOLEY 1966 sl.
– a dispute, an altercation, a wrangle, an argument KABBIE-LABBY Bk1902 Sc.
– a dispute, an argument ARGLE Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, an argument ARGUFYMENT 1892 Ireland
– a dispute, an argument KAGG L18 sl.
– a dispute, an argument, a discussion; a quarrel THREAP 1768 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a dispute, an argument, a fight, a brawl YIKE 1930s Aust. sl.
– a dispute, an argument, an assertion; contention, quarrel ARGUE Bk1898 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a dispute, an argument; a prolonged bargaining HAGGLING 1888 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a dispute, an argument, a row KAGG 1916 nautical sl.
– a dispute, an argument, contention ARGUFICATION Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, an argument; gossip CAG L18 sl.
– a dispute, a quarrel ALLEGATION Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a quarrel JARL B1900 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a quarrel SCOG 1874 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a quarrel SCROG Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a quarrel TICKSIE Bk1905 Sc.
– a dispute; a quarrel YOKE Bk1905 Sc.
– a dispute, a quarrel, a brawl SCASH 1768 Sc.
– a dispute, a quarrel; discord, contention, tumult MUTINY 1567 obs.
– a dispute; a refusal to participate or cooperate, esp. with the authorities JACK-UP 1945 Aust. sl.
– a dispute, a row FLARE Bk1893 colloq.
– a dispute, a row, trouble, turmoil HELL A-HOOTING 1972 Amer. dial.
– a dispute, a row, trouble, turmoil HELL A-WHOOPING 1968 Amer. dial.
– a dispute, a severe scolding HECKLING 1891 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a dispute, a squabble, a quarrel, altercation BOBBERY 1816 Eng. dial. & sl.
– a dispute, a wrangle, an argument RAGGLE 1866 Sc.
– a dispute, a wrangle, a quarrel RABBLE 19C Eng. dial.
– a dispute, contention SPUTE 1886 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, contention, strife, contest DECERTATION 1635 obs.
– a dispute, contention, strife, controversy, argument CONCERTATION 1509 obs.
– a dispute, controversy, opinionated argument; polemics POLEMY 1642 rare
– a dispute, discourse, altercation, bad language SCOOSE Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– a dispute, dispute, quarrelling CABBLAN Bk1898 Sc.
– a dispute in words; haggling, generally implying impatience with the speaker ARGIE-BARGIE;  ARGY-BARGY Bk1898 Sc.
– a dispute not carried to extremes; a wordy skirmish VELITATION 1607 rare
– a dispute or problem to resolve with someone A BONE TO PICK WITH SOMEONE 1766
– a dispute, verbal contention, controversy, argument TOIL a1300 obs.
– a dispute, worry, trouble, bother, fuss CADDLE;  KADDLE 1856 Eng. dial.
– a disputing, arguing ARGUFYING 1873 Ireland & Eng. dial.
– a disputing, quarrelling, wrangling JARRING 1574
– a fit of disputing or arguing THREAPING-FIT 1857 Eng. dial.
– a matter of dispute; a moot question GAINSAY 1599 obs.
– a meeting between two opposing people or parties to settle their disputes SHOWDOWN Bk1974 Amer. sl.
– a mild dispute; the process of bargaining HAGGLE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– an acrimonious but non-violent dispute KNOCK-DOWN E19 sl., orig. US
– an acrimonious, but non-violent dispute KNOCK-DOWN (AND) DRAG-OUT 1827 colloq.
– an angry dispute about a trifle NAFF Bk1903 Sc.
– an angry dispute, a quarrel HEAT 1570 obs.
– a noisy dispute; a scolding RAG 1825 Sc.
– a noisy dispute or row; an argument on the field of play in baseball RHUBARB 1943 US sl.
– a noisy, wrangling dispute DACKER 1768 Sc. & Eng. dial. obs.
– a public dispute, a debate; a discussion TILT 1567
– a subject of dispute BONE OF CONTENTION 1590
– a tremendous dispute HELL-A-POPPING 1890 Amer. sl.
– a violent dispute CABAL 1827 Sc.
– a violent dispute CABBLE 1866 Sc.
– a violent dispute CURRIE-WURRIE 1821 Sc.
– a wordy dispute or quarrel DIFFERING-BOUT 1889 Eng. dial.
– disputation, debate, controversy, discussion, deliberation, argument DEBATEMENT 1536 obs.
– petty disputation; paltry discussion; vain chatter PRIBBLE-PRABBLE 1615 chiefly Eng. dial.
– resolution of a dispute ACCOMMODEMENT 1620 obs.
– scholastic or subtle disputation OB AND SOL 1588 obs.
– subtle disputation OBS AND SOLS 1621 colloq.
– subtle disputation SOLS AND OBS 1621 colloq.
– subtle disputation; over-refinement in arguing; cavilling, cavil, quibble ARGUTATION 1641 obs.
– the art of disputation ERISTIC 1866
– wordy disputation; controversial argument WRINGLE-WRANGLE 1882 rare
– a disputatious person; a zealot BONNIE FIGHTER 1886 Sc.
– a disputer; a contradictor; a detractor; a slanderer OBLOCUTOR 1603 obs.
– a female disputant, debater, or advocate MOTILD c1225 obs.
– a noisy disputant JANGLER 1884
– a person engaged in a disputation, debate, or argument VENTILATOR Bk1891
– a person engaged in a dispute, contest, or struggle AGONIST 1687
– a person given to disputation; a controversialist ERISTIC 1659
– a person who endeavours to settle a dispute or to part combatants REDDER 1631 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a person who endeavours to settle a dispute or to part combatants REDSMAN Bk1904 Sc.
– a quarrelsome disputant; a wrangler CANGLER 1730 Sc.
– a scholastic or subtle disputant OB-AND-SOLLER 1678 nonce word obs.
– a skilful disputant; an argumentative person TONGUE-FENCER 1675 
– a warm disputant or preacher; a hot-headed declaimer or Puritan; an argumentative person SCALDABANCO a1670 obs.
– of a dispute, argument, etc.: conducted mercilessly and in earnest, with no reservations WITH THE GLOVES OFF 1828 colloq.
– to dispute ARGLE-BARGAIN 1721 Sc.
– to dispute BASE Bk1994 sl. 
– to dispute HAVE IT Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– to dispute acrimoniously; to wrangle CANGLE 1619 Sc.
– to dispute a remark; to contradict a person; to claim to the contrary that something else is the case DOWNFACE 1762 orig. & chiefly Irish
– to dispute captiously or obstinately; to cavil or quibble BRABBLE c1500 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– to dispute in a captious manner; to quarrel, to argue; to rage THREAP Bk1905 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– to dispute naked, like an Indian philosopher GYMNOLOGIZE 1727 obs.
– to dispute noisily and long ARGUE THE TOSS 1925
– to dispute or argue in a captious, quarrelsome manner; to rage TANT Bk1905 Sc.
– to dispute violently CURRIE-WURRIE 19C Sc.
– to dispute violently GO AT A THING HAMMER AND TONGS Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to dispute violently; to ‘cross swords’; to fight, to contend, to quarrel DIGLADIATE a1656 obs.
– to dispute violently, to quarrel, to wrangle CABBLE 1866 Sc.
– to dispute with, to enter into controversy CONTROVERSE 1602 obs.
– to dispute, to argue ALLEGATE 1892 Ireland
– to dispute, to argue CAMMEL 1923 Sc.
– to dispute, to argue HANNY B1900 Eng. dial. obs.
– to dispute, to argue JAFFOCK B1900 Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to argue, to bandy words ARGUY-BARGUY;  ARGIE-BARGIE 1885 Sc.
– to dispute, to argue; to contend; esp. in making a bargain ARGLE 1886 Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to argue; to contend in battle; to fight, to struggle TOIL c1330 obs.
– to dispute, to argue; to contend or plead in a lawsuit TOLY c1440 obs.
– to dispute, to argue, to discuss SANN c1200 obs.
– to dispute, to argue; to haggle HAG;  HAGG 1892 Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to argue, to quarrel, to cavil, to contend ARGLE-BARGLE 1727 chiefly Eng. dial. and Sc.
– to dispute, to argue, to quarrel, to scold, to make ironical jokes SCOG Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to argue, to refute; to make use of the elenchus (a logical refutation) ELENCHIZE 1631 obs. rare
– to dispute, to argue, to wrangle KABBIE-LABBY 1898 Sc.
– to dispute, to argue, to wrangle, to bicker, to banter RAGGLE 1866 Sc.
– to dispute, to argue, to wrangle; to debate a point or topic ARGUFY 1800 colloq.
– to dispute, to argue; to wrangle, to quarrel, to contend THREAP 1785 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to bandy words; to cavil ARGOL-BARGOL Bk1911 Sc.
– to dispute; to cavil; to argue; esp., to dispute the terms of a bargain HAGGLE 1777 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to contend THREAP Bk1905 Sc. obs.
– to dispute; to contend in disputation TANT a1225 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to contest; to contend or fight for; to carry on a fight or quarrel DEBATE c1489 arch.
– to dispute, to contradict, to argue; to provoke, to anger THROW 1790 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to contradict, to bicker UMPERLODGE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to disagree, to quarrel; to wrangle; to scold, to find fault with FRATCH 1714 chiefly Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to look angry or indignant; to grumble HACKLE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– to dispute; to meddle with; to fight; to engage in YOKE 1775 Sc.
– to dispute, to quarrel GABAL a1843 Sc. obs.
– to dispute, to quarrel; to argue, to bicker, to wrangle JAR 1550
– to dispute, to quarrel, to find fault with CABAL 1866 Sc.
– to dispute, to quarrel, to wrangle BICKER a1450
– to dispute, to quarrel, to wrangle SCRAFFLE;  SKRAFFLE Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to snarl, to quarrel JARL 1580 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to speak against, to contradict AGAIN-SAY a1382 rare
– to dispute, to use bad language SCOOSE 1869 Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to wrangle over a subject. to argue RAG 1889 Eng. dial. & sl.
– to dispute, to wrangle, to bluster FRAPLE a1595 obs.
– to dispute, to wrangle, to quarrel JAVEL B1900 Eng. dial.
– to dispute, to wrangle, to squabble; to speak angrily, harshly, or discordantly JANGLE a1300 arch.
– to engage with each other in dispute, conflict, or competition BUTT HEADS 1714
– to entangle in a dispute MIRE 1780 Sc.  
– to get the better of in a dispute of any kind BANTER DOWN Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– to have a dispute or disagreement to settle HAVE A GOOSE TO PICK 1967 Amer. dial.
– to have a dispute or disagreement to settle HAVE A RAG TO PICK 1968 Amer. dial.
– to have a matter of dispute, or something requiring explanation; to have some fault to find with one HAVE A CROW TO PLUCK WITH ANY ONE c1460
– to settle a dispute; to come to an understanding DEAL THE BANK B1900 Sc.  

– to disqualify PASS OUT 1900s Aust. sl.
– to disqualify or reject; to fail a candidate in an examination PIP 1908
– to disqualify, to disable, to prevent INHABLE 1631 Sc. obs.

– disquieting and strange; said of things OORIE 1877 Sc.

– a thing that causes disquietude UNREST 1775 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– disquiet, distress, trouble; uneasiness, discomfort MALEASE a1300 obs.
– disquietude, trouble UNSAUCHT Bk1905 Sc. obs.
– disquiet, unrest WANRUFE c1480 Sc. obs. rare

– a person who causes disquietude UNREST 1775 Sc. & Eng. dial.

– to disquiet or vex one; to tease or exasperate by delay HOLD ONE IN TAMTARY 1710 Sc.
– to disquiet; to distress; to cause a person to have painful feelings such as guilt or remorse SMITE a1382 arch.