Word:

Disedge

Dis`edge´
v. t.1.To deprive of an edge; to blunt; to dull.
Served a little to disedge
The sharpness of that pain about her heart.
- Tennyson.
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Disdainous
Disdainously
Disdeify
Disdeign
Disdiaclast
Disdiapason
Disease
Disease germ
disease of the neuromuscular junction
disease of the skin
Diseased
diseased person
Diseasedness
Diseaseful
Diseasefulness
Diseasement
-- Disedge --
Disedify
Diselder
Diselenide
Disembark
Disembarkation
Disembarkment
Disembarrass
Disembarrassment
Disembay
Disembellish
Disembitter
Disembodied
disembodied spirit
Disembodiment
Disembody
Disembogue
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