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disguise, v. 1. camouflage, costume, put into a costume, change the appearance or looks of, dress [s.o.] up; cloak, mask, veil, shroud, ensconce, cover up; cover, cover over, conceal, hide.
2. misrepresent, falsify, deceive, give a false picture of
or appearance to; fake, fudge, feign, masquerade as, simulate, act, put on; dissemble, dissimulate, gloss over, varnish, muffle, garble.
-n. 3. camouflage, mask, cloak, incognito; covering, concealment, blind, screen, veil; costume, masquerade, outfit,
Inf. getup.
4.
guise, pretense, appearance, semblance, cover, cover-up; show, window dressing, veneer, facade, false front, Inf front; deception, trickery, ruse, smoke screen, artifice, subterfuge, dissimulation.

disguised, adj. 1. camouflaged, costumed, masquerading, incognito; cloaked, shrouded, veiled, masked, screened, ensconced; hidden, concealed, undercover, covert, secret, clandestine.
2. varnished, glossed over, muffled, dissembled, garbled; deceptive, illusory, unreal, tricky; false, fake, counterfeit, feigned, pretend, make-believe.

disgust, v. 1. nauseate, sicken,//i/. turn one's stomach; satiate, glut, surfeit; offend, repel, repulse, Sl. turn [s.o.] off, Inf. put [s.o.] off, displease; outrage, scandalize, shock, Sl. gross out; cause aversion, dissatisfy, annoy.
-n. 2. distaste, disrelish; satiety, surfeit, glut, repletion; fulsomeness, noisomeness, nausea, sickness, queasiness.
3. odium, abhorrence, abomination, loathing, detestation, hatred, dislike, disaffection; aversion, disapprobation, antipathy, animosity, animus, antagonism, enmity, hostility; repugnance, revulsion, offense, repulsion; dissatisfaction, disapproval, displeasure, annoyance.

disgusted, adj. nauseated, sickened, sick and tired, sick of, Sl. fed to the gills or teeth, Inf. fed up; offended, repelled, repulsed, Sl. turned off, displeased; outraged, scandalized, shocked, Sl. grossed out.

disgusting, adj. 1. nauseating, nauseous, sickening, fulsome, noisome; distasteful, unpalatable, unsavory, unappetizing, insipid; odious, abhorrent, abominable, execrable, anathematic, loathsome, detestable, hateful, unlikable; antipathetical, antagonistic.
2. repugnant, aversive, repellent, revolting, repulsive, offensive, objectionable, off-putting; obnoxious, nasty, unpleasant, displeasing, disagreeable, insufferable; outrageous, scandalous, reprehensible, ignominious, shocking; gross, vile, foul, vulgar, shameless, stinking.

dish, n. 1. container, receptacle, bowl, vessel, utensil; plate, platter, paten, saucer; tureen, crock, cup, porringer; pan, skillet, tray, salver; carafe, bottle.
2. serving, sampling, helping.
-v. 3. ladle, scoop, spoon, shovel, dig.
4. dish it out
Informal, lay it on, come down on, give [s.o.] the business, work [s.o.] over, lambast.
5. dish out
Informal, deal out, dole out, mete out, distribute, measure out, parcel out.

dishabille, n. 1. undress, informal dress, casual attire; disarray, disorderly dress.
2. housecoat, dressing gown, kimono, muumuu; robe, negligee, peignoir, nightgown.

dishearten, v. 1. daunt, dismay, unnerve, unman, intimidate, cow; appall, frighten, affright; disconcert, Inf. shake up, abash.

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