1. DAFT (ADJECTIVE): stupid
Synonyms: absurd, crazy
Antonyms: intelligent, smart
I wasn't so daft as to believe my friend.
2. DANK (ADJECTIVE): moist
Synonyms: clammy, muggy Antonyms: parched, dry
The kitchen was very dank.
3. DAREDEVIL (ADJECTIVE): adventurous
Synonyms: daring, bold Antonyms: fearful, cowardly
He enjoys playing daredevil games.
4. DAUB (VERB): make dirty
Synonyms: deface, smear Antonyms: cleanse, purify
They daubed his home with slogans.
5. DAUNT (VERB): discourage
Synonyms: frighten, scare Antonyms: encourage, inspire
Nothing evil could daunt them.
6. DEBAUCH (VERB): deprave
Synonyms: corrupt, defile Antonyms: defend, clean
Faizan wanted to debauch his friend but he failed.
7. DEBONAIR (ADJECTIVE): charming
Synonyms: affable, elegant Antonyms: awkward, inelegant
Danish is a handsome and debonair boy although he is not interested in modeling.
8. DECAMP (VERB): depart suddenly
Synonyms: evacuate, escape Antonyms: arrive, enter
A child planned to decamp but his mother caught him at the door.
9. DECOROUS (ADJECTIVE): suitable
Synonyms: polite, sedate Antonyms: impolite, indecent
We all should behave in a decorous manner.
10. DECOY (NOUN): trap
Synonyms: attraction, inducement Antonyms: honesty, frankness
He acted as a decoy to draw the dogs' attention away from the children.