Not Dissin' You

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Can you name the words that change when you take away 'dis'?

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Dissin'Word UpNo Dis
Shame or dishonor.Princess _____ of Monaco.
'I _________ Mama.'Part of the whole; euphemism for a man's you-know-what.
Neo-progressive rock group from the UK.'Yes' in German or South African.
Danced to music in a discotheque.Female student; something open to both sexes.
To reject as false.To accept as true; expect; suppose.
To refuse to accept or recognize; reject.An unmarried woman.
To let down, to frustrate or fail to meet expectations.To select, designate or furnish.
To take apart or disassemble.Cloak, or part of a fireplace.
Star Wars 'knights.''I' in French.
To free from a falsehood or misconception.To hurt, injure or mistreat.
To take away confidence, hope or spirit.Bravery.
Catastrophe.Star-shaped structure or flower.
Pain or inconvenience.Relief or solace.
Stain; bleach out.Hue.
To cause to be doubted or distrusted.Commendation; recognition. Buying 'on time.'
One who cuts apart or analyzes in minute detail.Part, division, area. A slice of a circle.
Handicap.A natural or acquired skill or talent.
Resentful, rebellious, discontented.Acted upon, influenced, or changed.
Vocalist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers.Kine or cows.
To reveal, to notice or learn.Top.
Throw away.What you use to play Canasta.
A coarse woolen fabric, yarn, or ribbon binding.Ungentlemanly or loutish man.
Dissin'Word UpNo Dis
Lack of agreement; dissension.Rope; 128 cubic feet of cut wood.
Calf-length dresses or skirts.Syllable representing the third tone of the diatonic scale; 'do-re-__.'
Strain, anxiety or suffering.A long lock or ringlet of hair.
Disown; deny or renounce.To demand or assert.
To cut out of an inheritance.To possess.
Unload, empty or release.To fill with electricity; to run forth in an attack.
Disorderly, confused.Set out for display; arrangement.
Plural of colored ornamental dot worn in the middle of a woman's forehead.Container; trash can.
What many employers do to their employees.Appease, assuage.
Loathing, aversion or repugnance.A strong, abrupt rush of wind.
Deface or ruin the appearance of.Number, representation or shape.
To dissolve an organization.Musical group.
To render harmless.Weapon, or what's attached to your shoulder.
To drum out of the legal profession.Saloon.
Mark down.To have importance.
To reject or condemn.To consider right or good.
Undress.Gown, dressing gown or official garment.
To divert someone's focus or attention.An expanse of land or water.
Remove or force out.Cottage or cabin. Henry Cabot _____.
To reveal or to tell.Shut. Also, near.
Differ, dispute or quarrel.Consent; accede.

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