GLOSSARY 3*9 Data: Facts; premises; given conditions. Debilitate: To weaken; enfeeble, Declaim: Recite. Declamatory: Relating to declaimed speech or a declamation; relating to a recitation, Decussation: A crossing. Definition: Clearness of outline; clearness of detail. Deflate: To remove the air from. Defunct: Dead. Degenerate: To undergo morbid changes; deteriorate; become of a lower type. Deglutition: The act or power of swallowing, Deleterious: Injurious; harmful; unwholesome. Delimited: Limited; bounded; confined. Demarcation: Separation. Demented: Insane. Demerit; The opposite of merit; that which deserves blame or condemnation. Demonstrative: Pointing out; indicating. — Given to strong exhibition of feeling. Denominate: To name; caJOL Deato-labial: A consonant requiring both teeth and lips for its articulation*. Depredator: A plunderer; destroyer. Deprivation: Loss; the state of being deprived of. Derivative: A word formed from another word. Desideratum: That which is desirable or desired. Designate: To point out; indicate; name. Destitute: Without; unprovided with. Desultory: Rambling; loose; immethodical. Detriment: Injury; disadvantage. Dexterity: SkJQH; erpertness. Dextrality; Ri^bit-handedness.