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Desolate vs Dissolute

Desolate means uninhabited or miserable. Chris and Bill decided to retire in a desolate part of Maine. The children are desolate over the loss of their dog last year. Dissolute means lacking in moral standards. I regret having lived a dissolute lifestyle in my younger years.

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Difference between Depose and Dispose

Depose means to remove someone from a position (or power) or to take one’s testimony. Employees want to depose him from his high company position. Investigators will depose the witness behind close doors. Dispose means to settle affairs or be inclined to do something. The lawyer appointed Celeste to dispose our mother’s estate. Please dispose […]

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