DECOCT'IVE, a. That may be easily decocted.DECOCT'URE, n. A substance drawn by decoction.DE'COLLATE, v.t. To behead.DE'COLLATED, pp. Beheaded.DECOLLA'TION, n. [L. to behead; the neck.] The act of beheading; the act of cutting off the neck of an animal, and severing the head from the body. It is especially used of St. John the Baptist, and of a painting which represents his beheading.DECOLORA'TION, n. Absence of color.DE'COMPLEX, a. Compounded of complex ideas.DECOMPO'SABLE, a. That may be decomposed; capable of being resolved into its constituent elements.DECOMPO'SE, v.t. To separate the constituent parts of a body or substance; to disunite elementary particles combined by affinity or chimical attraction; to resolve into original elements.DECOMPO'SED, pp. Separated or resolved into the constituent parts.DECOMPO'SING, ppr. Separating into constituent parts.DECOMPOS'ITE, a. Compounded a second time; compounded with things already composite.DECOMPOSI'TION, n.
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