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1. desert

verb. ['ˈdɛzɝt, dɪˈzɝːt'] leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch.

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Etymology

  • déserter (French)
  • desertare (Latin)

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Rhymes with Desert Rat

  • tit-for-tat
  • inmarsat
  • rat-a-tat
  • landsat
  • gujarat
  • tvsat
  • prevatte
  • prevatt
  • nonfat
  • mcnatt
  • deslatte
  • combat
  • biernat
  • balyeat
  • spratt
  • splat
  • sadat
  • labatt
  • hnat
  • delatte
  • begat
  • at-bat
  • arnatt
  • stat
  • spat
  • slat
  • slaght
  • scat
  • sarratt
  • pratte

2. desert

noun. ['ˈdɛzɝt, dɪˈzɝːt'] arid land with little or no vegetation.

Etymology

  • déserter (French)
  • desertare (Latin)

3. desert

verb. ['ˈdɛzɝt, dɪˈzɝːt'] desert (a cause, a country or an army), often in order to join the opposing cause, country, or army.

Etymology

  • déserter (French)
  • desertare (Latin)

4. desert

verb. ['ˈdɛzɝt, dɪˈzɝːt'] leave behind.

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Etymology

  • déserter (French)
  • desertare (Latin)

6. rat

verb. ['ˈræt'] catch rats, especially with dogs.

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Etymology

  • rat (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. rat

verb. ['ˈræt'] give away information about somebody.

Etymology

  • rat (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. rat

verb. ['ˈræt'] give (hair) the appearance of being fuller by using a rat.

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Etymology

  • rat (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. rat

noun. ['ˈræt'] a pad (usually made of hair) worn as part of a woman's coiffure.

Etymology

  • rat (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. rat

verb. ['ˈræt'] take the place of work of someone on strike.

Etymology

  • rat (Middle English (1100-1500))
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