IELTS academic test is a widely accepted examine in English countries. Its mark is a key for university or college admission, especially for applying top universities or scholarships. You have to work hard to prepare the exam, and spend much of time to build IELTS academic vocabulary. This word list is for this job.
abandon: n. Syn. relinquishlacking restraint or control; feeling of extreme emotional intensity; unbounded enthusiasmabandonment: n. giving up completely; freedom from constraintabbreviation: n. shortening something by omitting parts of itabeyance: n. Syn. suspensionsuspended action; temporary cessation or suspensionabide: v. endure; put up with; bear; tolerateability: n. Syn. capacity; skillcapacity; skillabnormal: a. Syn. anomalous; unusualunusual; not typical; not normalaboard: ad. on a ship, train, plane or other vehicle; in or into a group, organization, or businessabolish: v. Syn. cancel; annulcancel; put an end to; destroy completelyabolition: n. ending; act of abolishing; act of doing away withabortion: n. termination of pregnancy; failure of a planabortive: a. Syn. unsuccessful; fruitlessunsuccessful; failing to accomplish an intended objective; fruitlessabridge: v. Syn. condense; shortencondense; shorten; reduce length of written textabrogate: a. Syn. abolishabolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authorityabrupt: a. Syn. sudden; unforeseenbroken off; very steep; having sudden transitions from one subject to anotherabsence: n. state of being absent; state of being awayabsent: a. Syn. missinggo away or leave ; missing; not presentabsolute: a. Syn. complete; certainperfect in quality or nature; complete; totally unlimited; certainabsolutely: ad. Syn. utterly; definitelyutterly; definitelyabsorb: v. Syn. monopolize; receiveassimilate or incorporate; suck or drink up; occupy full attentionabsorption: n. Syn. assimilation; receptionprocess of absorbing nutrients into the body after digestion; state of mental concentrationabstract: a. Syn. theoretical; abstrusetheoretical; not concrete; not applied or practical; difficult to understandabsurd: a. Syn. preposterous; ridiculous; foolishpreposterous; ridiculously incongruous or unreasonable; foolishabsurdity: n. quality of being absurd or inconsistent with obvious truth, reason, or sound judgment; logical contradictionabundance: n. Syn. profusion; richnessgreat or plentiful amount; fullness to overflowingabundant: a. Syn. plentifulplentiful; possessing riches or resourcesabuse: n. Syn. misuseimproper use or handling; misuseacademic: a. Syn. scholarly; collegiate; theoreticalrelated to school; not practical or directly useful; relating to scholarly organization; based on formal educationacademy: n. school for special instruction; society of scholars, scientists, or artistsaccede: v. Syn. agree; assent; concedeagree; give consent, often at insistence of another; concedeaccelerate: v. Syn. speed; hastenmove faster; cause to develop or progress more quickly; occur sooner than expectedacceleration: n. faster rate of improvement; rate of change of velocity with respect to timeaccess: n. Syn. approachapproach; entry; entranceaccessible: a. Syn. obtainable; approachableeasily approached or entered; obtainable; easy to talk to or get along withaccessory: n. Syn. adjunct; appendageadditional object; useful but not essential thing; subordinate or supplementary itemaccident: n. event that takes place without one's foresight or expectation; sudden, and unexpected eventaccidental: a. Syn. unexpected; unforeseenunexpected; unforeseenaccidentally: ad. Syn. inadvertentlyinadvertently; by chance; casually; fortuitously; not essentially or intrinsicallyaccommodate: v. Syn. adapt; obligedo a favor or service for; provide for; supply with; make suitable; adapt; allow foraccommodation: n. living quarters provided for public convenience; something that meets a need; convenienceaccompaniment: n. act of accompanying someone or somethingaccompany: v. travel with; be associated withaccomplish: v. Syn. finish; achievesucceed in doing; bring to pass; achieve; reach the end of; completeaccomplishment: n. Syn. achievement; fulfillmentachievement; fulfillmentaccord: n. Syn. agreement; treatysettlement or compromise of conflicting opinions; written agreement between two statesaccount: n. Syn. report; descriptionnarrative or record of events; reason given for a particular action or eventaccountant: n. one who maintains and audits business accountsaccounting: n. system that provides quantitative information about financesaccrue: v. increase, accumulate, or come about as a result of growth; accumulate over timeaccumulate: v. Syn. collectpile up; collect; mount up; increaseaccumulation: n. Syn. accretion; concentrationincrease by natural growth or addition; concentrationaccuracy: n. quality of nearness to the truth or the true valueaccurate: a. Syn. precise; correctcapable of providing a correct reading or measurement; performing with care and precisionaccusation: n. Syn. indictment; chargeindictment; charge of wrongdoing that is made against a person or other partyaccuse: v. Syn. blame; condemnblame; condemnachieve: v. Syn. accomplish; fulfillgain with effort; accomplish; fulfillachievement: n. Syn. feat; accomplishmentfeat; accomplishment; award for completing a particular task or meeting an objectiveacid: n. sour; water-soluble compounds having a sour taste; quality of being sarcastic, bitter, or scornfulacknowledge: v. Syn. recognize; admitdeclare to be true or admit; express obligation, thanksacquaint: v. Syn. Informinform about; cause to come to know personally; make familiaracquaintance: n. personal knowledge or information about someone or somethingacquainted: a. known by or familiar with another; informed or familiaracquire: v. Syn. obtain; gaingain through experience or effort; gain possession of; locate with tracking systemacquisition: n. Syn. acquirement; attainmentact of contracting or assuming or acquiring possession of somethingacross: ad. from side to side; crosswise, or in a direction opposed to the lengthactivate: v. Syn. encourage; stimulatemake active or more active; stimulate; make radioactiveactively: ad. Syn. energetically; vigorouslyenergetically; vigorously; in an active manner; voluntarily, not passivelyactual: a. Syn. true; realtrue; real; being, existing, or acting at the present moment; currentactually: ad. Syn. truly; reallytruly; really; in factacute: a. Syn. keen; sharpquickly perceptive; keen; having a sharp point or tip; extremely sharp or severeadapt: v. Syn. alter; modifymake fit for; change to suit a new purposeadaptation: n. Syn. modification; adjustmentmodification; alteration or adjustment in structure or habitsadditional: a. Syn. further; extrafurther; extra; supplemental or added toadditive: n. Syn. addition; supplementaddition; supplementaddress: v. make a formal speech to; deal with or discuss; direct efforts or attention ofadequate: a. Syn. sufficient; enoughsufficient; enough to meet a purposeadhere: v. Syn. stick; bondstick fast; stick to firmly; be compatible or in accordance withadhesive: n. Syn. glue; pasteglue; paste ; substance that unites or bonds surfaces togetheradjacent: a. Syn. adjoining; neighboringadjoining; neighboring; close to; lying nearadjoin: v. Syn. attachbe next to; be contiguous to; border onadjust: v. Syn. adapt; regulateadapt; regulateadjustment: n. making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstancesadminister: v. Syn. govern; supervisegovern; supervise; give or apply medicationsadministration: n. Syn. management; supervision; executivemanagement; supervision; people who are in charge for management; activity of government for powers and dutiesadministrative: a. of or relating to or responsible for administrationadmiration: n. favorable judgment; feeling of pleasure, wonder, and approvaladmire: v. Syn. esteem; appreciateregard with wonder or astonishment; view with surprise; marvel atadmission: n. Syn. admittance; entrance; accessact or practice of admitting; power or permission to enteradmit: v. permit to enter; receive; provide the right or a means of entrance toadmittedly: ad. Syn. doubtlessly; surelydoubtlessly; in an acknowledged manner; confessedlyadolescence: n. Syn. youth; juvenescencestate of growing up from childhood to manhood or womanhood; transitional period between youth and maturityadolescent: n. a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity;adopt: v. Syn. acceptaccept; take on; raise; take into one's familyadoption: n. act of accepting with approvaladore: v. Syn. idolize; adornworship with profound reverence; pay divine honors to; regard with the utmost esteem and affectionadorn: v. Syn. decorateenhance or decorate with or as if with ornamentsadornment: n. Syn. embellishment; decorationembellishment; decoration; something that beautifies or adorns; ornamentadult: n. one who has attained maturity or legal age; fully grownadvance: v. Syn. further; progressproceed; move forward; improve; moving forwardadvanced: a. improved; highly developed or complex; ahead of the times; progressiveadventure: n. Syn. risk; venturesomething happens without design; chance; hazard; risk; dangeradventurous: a. Syn. valiant; venturesomevaliant; venturesome; inclined or willing to incur hazard or engage in adventuresadversary: n. Syn. opponent; contestantopponent in contest; someone who offers oppositionadverse: a. Syn. unfavorable; hostilein opposing direction; harmful or unfavorable; acting or serving to opposeadversity: n. Syn. poverty; misfortunestate of misfortune, hardship, or affliction; misfortuneadvertise: v. Syn. notifygive notice to; inform or apprise; make known; give public notice ofadvisable: a. proper to be advised or to be done; expedient; prudent; ready to receive adviceadvocate: v. Syn. urge; supportspeak, plead, or argue in favour of; plead for; push for somethingaerial: a. of the air or atmosphere; produced by or found in the air; performed in the airaffect: v. have an emotional or cognitive impact uponaffection: n. Syn. fondness; lovefondness; tender feeling toward another; fondnessaffectionate: a. Syn. lovinghaving affection or warm regard; loving; fond; kindly inclined; zealousaffiliate: v. Syn. associate; incorporateassociate; incorporateaffirm: v. Syn. assert; confirmassert; confirmaffirmation: n. Syn. confirmationpositive assertion; confirmation; solemn pledge by one who refuses to take an oathaffirmative: a. confirmative; ratifying; giving assent or approval; confirmingafford: v. Syn. pay; riskpay; provide; have the financial means for; bear the cost ofaffordable: a. able to pay foragency: n. a business that serves other businesses; an administrative unit of governmentagent: n. Syn. representative; delegate; deputyone that acts on behalf of other persons or organizationsaggravate: v. Syn. worsen; exacerbateworsen; make worse or more troublesomeaggregate: v. Syn. gather; accumulategather into a mass, sum, or whole; amount toaggregation: n. several things grouped together or considered as a wholeaggressive: a. making assaults; unjustly attacking; combative; hostile; tending to spread quicklyaggressor: n. Syn. attacker; assailant; invaderone that engages in aggression; person who first attacksagitate: v. Syn. disturbcause to move with violence or sudden force; upset; disturbagitation: n. Syn. anxiety; disturbanceanxiety; extreme emotional disturbanceagony: n. extreme pain of mind or body; anguish; last struggle of life; death struggleagreeable: a. Syn. pleasing; acceptableready to consent or submit; acceptableagreement: n. state of agreeing; harmony of opinion, statement, action, or characteragriculture: n. practice of cultivating the land or raising stockaid: n. person or thing that promotes or helps in something done; helper; assistantailment: n. Syn. sickness; illness; afflictionsickness; illness; afflictionaim: n. Syn. objective; object; planpoint or direct towards an object or spot with the intent of hitting itair: v. be broadcast on television or radioaircraft: n. vehicle that can fly, such as an airplane, helicopter, balloonaisle: n. passageway between rows of seats, as in an auditorium or an airplane; wing of a buildingajar: a. half-open; slightly turned or openedalarm: n. any sound or information intended to give notice of approaching dangeralbum: n. a list of names; a register for visitors; a blank book, in which to insert autographs sketches, memorial writing of friends, photographsalert: n. warning serves; alarm; condition of heightened watchfulness or preparation for actionalien: a. Syn. strange; unfamiliar; foreigndissimilar, inconsistent, or opposed in nature; very different place, society, or personalienate: v. Syn. estrange; transfer; separatecause to become unfriendly or hostile; transfer property or ownership; isolate or dissociate emotionallyalignment: n. Syn. arrangement; association; alliancearrangement; association; alliancealike: a. Syn. similar; resemblingsimilar; in the same manner or to the same degreeallergic: a. excessively sensitive; susceptible; having an allergyallergy: n. hyper sensitivity reaction; abnormally high sensitivity to certain substancesalliance: n. state of being allied; act of allying or uniting; a union or connection of interests between families, states, partiesallocate: v. Syn. assignassign; distribute according to planallot: v. Syn. distributeparcel out in parts or portions; distribute to each individual concerned; assign as a share or lotallowance: n. Syn. authorization; permissionapproval; act of allowing, granting, or admittingalloy: v. Syn. combine; mixcombine; mix; make less pure; lessen or moderateally: n. Syn. confederate; partner; collaboratorconfederate; partner; collaboratoralone: a. Syn. solitary; by oneselfsolitary; by oneselfalong: ad. by the length; in a line with the length; onward; forward; in company; togetheralongside: ad. along or by the side; side by side withalter: v. Syn. modify; change; convertmodify; cause to change; make different; convertalternate: a. Syn. substitutehappening or following in turns; succeeding each other continuously; substitutealternation: n. successive change from one thing or state to another and back againalternative: a. one of two or more things, ideas or courses of action that may be used; option; choicealtitude: n. Syn. elevation; heightelevation especially above sea level; heightaluminum: n. silvery ductile metallic elementamateur: a. Syn. nonprofessional; inexpertnonprofessional; lacking the skill of a professional, as in an artamaze: v. Syn. stun; astonish; shockastonish; affect with wonderamazement: n. Syn. wonder; surprisewonder; state of extreme surprise or wonder; astonishmentambassador: n. authorized messenger or representativeambiguity: n. state of being ambiguous; doubtfulness or uncertaintyambiguous: a. unclear or doubtful in meaningambition: n. Syn. aspirationaspirationambitious: a. Syn. aspiring; enterprisingaspiring; having a strong desire for success or achievementambulance: n. field hospital organized as to follow an army in its movements; wagon for conveying the wounded to hospitalamend: v. Syn. correct; improvechange for the better; improve; remove faults or errorsamendment: n. Syn. correction; revisioncorrection; revisionamends: n. compensation for a loss or injury; recompense; reparationamiable: a. Syn. agreeable; lovablegood-natured and likable; lovable; warmly friendlyamicable: a. Syn. friendlyexhibiting friendliness or goodwill; not quarrelsomeamid: ad. Syn. amongin the middle of; among; surrounded byammunition: n. Syn. weaponmilitary stores or provisions; articles used in weapons, as powder, balls, shot, shellsamount: n. Syn. quantity; sumtotal of two or more quantities; aggregate; sumample: a. Syn. abundantmore than enough in size or scope or capacity; fairly largeamplification: n. addition of extra material or illustration or clarifying detailamplify: v. Syn. intensify; increasebroaden or clarify by expanding; intensify; make larger or more powerful; increaseamuse: v. Syn. absorb; distract; bewilderoccupy in an agreeable, pleasing, or entertaining fashion; cause laughter or be funny; delude or deceiveanalogy: n. Syn. similarity; parallelismsimilarity in some respects; comparison based on similarityanalysis: n. Syn. study; investigationstudy; investigation; process of breaking down a substance into its constituent partsanalytical: a. of analysis; resolving into elements or partsanalyze: v. Syn. diagnose; examine; analyzediagnose; examineancestor: n. Syn. forefather; forebearforefather; forebear; forerunner or predecessoranchor: v. Syn. fastensecure or fasten firmly; be fixed in place; narrate or coordinateanecdote: n. Syn. episode; storyshort account of amusing or interesting event; short narrative; secret story of history or biographyangular: a. sharp-cornered; consisting of an angle or angles; stiff in manneranimate: a. endowed with life; alive; living; animatedanimation: n. act of animating, or giving life or spirit; state of being animate or alive.ankle: n. joint which connects the foot with the leg; tarsusannex: v. Syn. attachappend or attach; take possession of; incorporate into an existing political unitanniversary: a. annual; yearly; annual return of the day on which any notable event took placeannounce: v. Syn. herald; proclaimherald; give out; proclaim; make known publiclyannouncement: n. formal public statement; act of making known publiclyannouncer: n. one who proclaims a message publiclyannoy: v. Syn. disturb; irritatedisturb, especially by minor irritations; irritateannual: a. occurring or payable every yearannually: ad. Syn. yearlyyearly; each year; returning every year; year by yearantagonism: n. Syn. hostility; enmityactive resistance; condition of being an opposing principle, force, or factorantagonist: n. one who contends with another, especially in combat; an adversary; opponentantarctic: a. opposite to the northern or arctic pole; relating to the southern pole or to the region near itantibiotic: a. Syn. antibacterial of or relating to chemical substance that kills microorganisms and cures infectionsanticipate: v. Syn. expect; predict act in advance of; deal with ahead of time; predictanticipation: n. Syn. expectationsomething expected; pleasurable expectation; wishing with confidenceantique: n. Syn. relic; curioany furniture old and valuable; out of fashion antonym: n. word of opposite meaning; counter termanxiety: n. concern something in state of painful uneasiness; state of restlessness and agitationanxious: a. Syn. eager; keen; worriedeager; keen; worried; uneasy and apprehensive about an uncertain event or matteranyhow: ad. in any way or manner whatever; at any rate; in any eventapart: ad. separately, in regard to space or company; in a state of separation as to place; asideape: v. Syn. imitateimitate; mimic, as an ape imitates human actionsapologize: v. beg pardonapology: n. Syn. regretacknowledgment expressing regret or asking pardon for a fault or offense; explanation or excuseapparatus: n. Syn. equipmenta group of parts that work together to perform given function; appliance or device for particular purposeapparent: a. Syn. visiblecapable of being seen, or easily seen; open to view; visible to eyeappeal: n. Syn. attraction; charmattraction; charm; attract; fascinate; challengeappealing: a. Syn. attractive; charmingattractive; charmingappendix: n. Syn. appendage; adjunct; concomitantsomething appended or addedappetite: n. Syn. desireinstinctive physical desire, especially one for food or drinkapplaud: v. Syn. clap; acclaimacclaim; express approval, especially by clapping the handsappliance: n. durable goods for home or office use; device or instrument for household useapplicable: a. capable of being applied; fit or suitable to be applied; having relevanceapplicant: n. Syn. candidatecandidateapplication: n. Syn. diligenceclose attention; work of applying something; verbal or written request for assistanceapply: v. Syn. exertexert; put into service; avail oneself to;appoint: v. Syn. designate; nominatedesignate; nominateappointment: n. Syn. arrangementact of putting a person into a non-elective position; arrangementappreciable: a. Syn. considerable; perceptibleconsiderable; perceptibleappreciate: v. Syn. admire; valuebe thankful for; increase in worth; be thoroughly conscious ofappreciation: n. Syn. recognition; tasterecognition; taste; judgment or opinion, especially a favorable oneappreciative: a. having or showing a just or ready appreciation or perceptionapprentice: n. works for an expert to learn a trade; beginner; learnerapproach: n. Syn. access; methodaccess; methodappropriate: v. Syn. acquire; allocateacquire; take possession of for one's own use; set apart for specific useapproval: n. Syn. sanction; endorsementofficial approbation; endorsement; act of approvingapprove: v. Syn. ratifyratify; consider right or good; think or speak favorably ofapproximate: v. Syn. approachapproach; come nearapproximately: ad. Syn. about; roughlyabout; roughlyapt: a. Syn. appropriate; suitablelikely; exactly suitable; appropriate; quick to learn or understandaptitude: n. Syn. intelligence; talentinherent ability; quickness in learning and understandingarbitrary: a. Syn. capricious; impulserandomly chosen; determined by chance or impulse, and not by reason or principlearbitrator: n. Syn. judge; arbitersomeone chosen to judge and decide disputed issue; one having power to make authoritative decisionsarc: n. continuous portion of a circle; something curved in shape arch: n. any part of a curved linearchaeology: n. study of artifacts and relics of early mankindarchitect: n. one who designs and supervises the construction of buildings or other large structuresarchitecture: n. art and science of designing and erecting buildings; buildings and other large structuresardent: a. Syn. intense; passionate; zealousdisplaying or by strong enthusiasm or devotion; passionatearduous: a. Syn. hard; strenuousdemanding great effort or labor; difficultarea: n. plane surface, as of the floor of a room; open space in a building; the enclosed space; extent; scope; rangearena: n. playing field where sports events take place; large structure for open-air sports or entertainmentsargue: v. invent and offer reasons to support or overthrow a proposition, opinion, or measure; debatearise: v. Syn. springcome up from a lower to a higher position; come above the horizon; spring up; come into actionaristocracy: n. hereditary nobility; privileged classaristocrat: n. one of the aristocracy or people of rank in a community; one of a ruling class; a noblearithmetic: n. theory of numerical calculationsarmour: n. defensive covering, as of metal, wood, or leather, worn to protect the body against weaponsarms: n. Syn. weaponweapons considered collectively; official symbols of a familyarouse: v. Syn. excite; stimulate; awakeexcite; stimulate; awaken from or as if from sleeparrange: v. Syn. plan; scheduleput in proper order; dispose in the manner intended, or best suited for the purposearrangement: n. Syn. composition; ordercomposition; orderarray: v. Syn. marshalset out for display or use; place in orderly arrangementarrest: v. stop or slow down; catch someone's attention; take into custodyarrogance: n. Syn. pride; haughtinessoverbearing pride; haughtiness; manifest feeling of personal superiority in rank, power, or estimationarrogant: a. Syn. overbearing; loftyarising from feeling or assumption of one's superiority toward othersarticle: n. Syn. essay; editorialessay; editorial; individual thing or element of a classartificial: a. Syn. unrealmade by humans; produced rather than natural.ascend: v. Syn. climb; mountclimb; mountascertain: v. Syn. discover; insurefind out for certain; discover with certainty; make sure ofascribe: v. Syn. refer; attribute; assigninscribe or dedicate; attribute to a specified cause, source, or origin; assign as a qualityashamed: a. affected by shame; abashed or confused by guiltaside: ad. on, or to, one side; out of a straight line, course, or direction; at a little distance from the restaspect: n. Syn. respect; facetdistinct feature or element in a problem; a way in which something can be viewed by the mindaspirin: n. white crystalline compound drug to relieve pain and reduce fever and inflammationassassination: n. act of assassinating; killing by treacherous violence; murder of public figure by surprise attackassault: n. Syn. attack; onslaughtattack; onslaughtassemble: v. Syn. gatherput together; bring or call together into a group or wholeassembly: n. Syn. gathering; meetinggathering; meeting; a group of persons gathered together for common reasonassert: v. Syn. declaredeclare or state with confidence; put oneself forward boldlyassess: v. Syn. estimate; judge estimate value; judge worth of somethingassessment: n. Syn. evaluation; judgmentact of judging or assessing; amount determined as payableassign: v. Syn. appoint; allotappoint; allot; make over; point out authoritatively or exactlyassignment: n. Syn. task; jobtask given to students; job; distribution; appointmentassist: v. Syn. helpgive help or support to, especially as a subordinateassistance: n. activity of contributing to fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purposeassistant: n. Syn. helper; aidehelper; person who assists or helps someone elseassociate: v. Syn. pertain; connectconnect or join together; combineassociation: n. Syn. alliance; connectionconnection, whether of persons of things; union of persons in a company or society for some particular purposeassorted: a. Syn. varied; miscellaneousvaried; miscellaneousassortment: n. Syn. variety; conglomeratevariety; collection containing a variety of sorts of thingsassume: v. Syn. suppose; presumesuppose; presume; take on; bearassumption: n. Syn. hypothesis; suppositionsomething taken for accepted as true without proof; taking over or taking possession ofassurance: n. Syn. certainty; confidence; insurance; guarantypromise or pledge; certainty; self-confidence; freedom from doubtassure: v. Syn. solidify; guarantee; convincesolidify; guarantee; convinceassured: a. made sure; exhibiting confidence or authority; indubitableastonish: v. Syn. surprise; shocksurprise; shockastound: v. Syn. surprise; shockaffect with wonder; surprise; shockastray: a. away from the correct path or direction, either in a literal or in a figurative sense; wanderingastronomer: n. a physicist who studies astronomyastronomical: a. Syn. celestialenormously large or extensive; relating to astronomyastronomy: n. branch of physics that studies celestial bodies and universe as a wholeathlete: n. sports man; one who contended for prize in public gamesatlas: n. a bound volume of maps, charts, or tablesatmosphere: n. Syn. airairatom: n. a tiny piece of anything; the smallest component of an element having the chemical properties of the elementatomic: a. of or relating to or comprising atoms; immeasurably smallattach: v. Syn. fasten; annexfasten; annex; be in contact withattachment: n. Syn. preference; affectiona bond, as of affection or loyalty; fond regard; supplementary part; accessoryattack: n. offensive move; expression of strong criticism; hostile commentattain: v. Syn. gainachieve or accomplish; gainattempt: n. Syn. try; endeavor; effortaction of trying at somethingattend: v. be present at; go to; take care of; tendattendance: n. act of being presentattendant: n. Syn. aide; servantaide; servant; accompanying; person who participates in a meetingattention: n. Syn. concentration; careact or state of attending or heeding; application of the mind to any object of sense, representation, or thoughtattentive: a. Syn. considerate; thoughtfulalert and watchful; considerate; thoughtfulattic: n. story or room directly below the roof of a building, especially a house;attitude: n. posture, action, or disposition of a figure or a statueattorney: n. Syn. lawyerlawyer; one who is appointed by another to act in his place or stead; proxyattract: v. Syn. lure; alluredraw to, or cause to tend to; engage or fix, as the mind, attention; invite or allureattraction: n. Syn. affinity; appealappeal; a characteristic that provides pleasure and attracts attribute: n. Syn. traitessential quality; reputation; honorauction: n. public sale of property to the highest bidderaudience: n. Syn. spectator; viewera group of people within hearing; crowd seeing a stage performanceauditorium: n. area of theater or concert hall where audience sitsaugust: a. Syn. impressive; majestic; grandimpressive; majestic; inspiring awe or admirationauthor: n. beginner, former, or first mover of anything; creator; originator; one who composes or writes book or composerauthority: n. Syn. jurisdiction; powerjurisdiction; power to enforce laws, exact obedience, command, determine, or judge; governmentauthorization: n. act of giving authority or legal power; establishment by authority; sanction or warrantauthorize: v. Syn. empower; sanctionempower; give permission for; sanctionautobiography: n. biography or story written by yourselfautomate: v. replace or enhance human labor with machinesautomatic: a. Syn. automated; mechanized; involuntarymechanized; operating with minimal human intervention; independent of external controlautomation: n. act or process of converting the controlling of a machine or device to a more automatic system, such as computer or electronic controlsautomobile: n. self-propelled vehicle suitable for use on street or roadwayautonomous: a. self-governing; not controlled by others or by outside forces; independentautonomy: n. Syn. independence; libertyindependence; self-government or the right of self-government; self-determinationauxiliary: a. Syn. aiding; supplementaryhelper, additional or subsidiaryavail: v. Syn. profit; promoteturn to advantage of; be of service to; profit; promoteavailable: a. Syn. freeconvenient for use or disposal; not busy, free; obtainable; accessibleavenge: v. take vengeance for something, or on behalf of someoneavenue: n. way or opening for entrance or exit place; passage by which a place may be reached; broad streetaverage: a. Syn. typical; mediocretypical; mean; achieve or reach on averageaviation: n. Syn. flying; flight; aeronauticsart or science of flying; flight; aeronauticsavoid: v. Syn. shun; preventshield away from; preventaware: a. knowing; having knowledge or cognizanceawe: n. Syn. dread; admiration; amazementmixed emotion of reverence, respect, dread, and wonder; fear, as of something evilawful: a. Syn. terriblecausing fear, dread, or terror; extremely bad or unpleasant; terribleawkward: a. Syn. clumsy; ineptdifficult to handle or manageawkwardly: ad. in an uncomfortable, nervous or embarrassed wayaxis: n. Syn. shaft; pivotthe center around which something rotates; pivotaxle: n. pin or spindle on which a wheel revolves, or which revolves with a wheel; transverse bar or shaft connecting the opposite wheels of a car or carriage
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