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abase

abate

abbreviation

abdicate

abdication

abet

abeyance

abhor

abhorrent

abjure

ablution

abnegation

abolition

abortive

abrade

abrasion

abridge

abrogate

abscond

abstemious

abstruse

accede

acclivity

accolade

accretion

acerbity

acidulous

acquiesce

acquisition

acrimonious

acrimony

acronym

adage

addle

adherent

adjudicate

adjure

adorn

adornment

adroit

adulterate

adumbrate

advert

affable

aggrandize

aggregation

aghast

agnostic

aka

alkali

allege

allude

allurement

allusion

altar

amalgam

amalgamate

amass

ambidextrous

ambivalence

amble

amenity

amorphous

amplify

amputee

analgesic

analogous

anathema

ancillary

anew

animus

annotate

annualize

anodyne

anomalous

antagonist

antedate

antediluvian

anthology

anthropoid

antipathy

antithesis

antler

apartheid

aperitif

aperture

aphasia

aphorism

apiary

aplomb

apocryphal

apogee

apostate

apotheosis

appease

appellation

apposite

apprise

approbation

appropriation

aquifer

aquiline

arable

arbiter

arboreal

archetype

archipelago

arena

aromatic

arraign

arrears

arrogate

artifice

artless

ascendancy

ascetic

aseptic

aspect

asperity

asphyxiate

aspirant

assail

assent

assiduous

assimilate

assuage

astigmatism

astringent

asymmetric

at loggerheads

atrial

attainment

attenuate

attrition

audacious

augury

aura

austere

austerity

authenticate

autocrat

autonomous

avalanche

avant-garde

avarice

aver

aviation

avocation

avow

avowal

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abase

Show examples and contexts abate

Show examples and contexts abbreviation

Show examples and contexts abdicate

Show examples and contexts abdication

Show examples and contexts abet

Show examples and contexts abeyance

Show examples and contexts abhor

Show examples and contexts abhorrent

Show examples and contexts abjure

Show examples and contexts ablution

Show examples and contexts abnegation

Show examples and contexts abolition

Show examples and contexts abortive

Show examples and contexts abrade

Show examples and contexts abrasion

Show examples and contexts abridge

Show examples and contexts abrogate

Show examples and contexts abscond

Show examples and contexts abstemious

Show examples and contexts abstruse

Show examples and contexts accede

Show examples and contexts acclivity

Show examples and contexts accolade

Show examples and contexts accretion

Show examples and contexts acerbity

Show examples and contexts acidulous

Show examples and contexts acquiesce

Show examples and contexts acquisition

Show examples and contexts acrimonious

Show examples and contexts acrimony

Show examples and contexts acronym

Show examples and contexts adage

Show examples and contexts addle

Show examples and contexts adherent

Show examples and contexts adjudicate

Show examples and contexts adjure

Show examples and contexts adorn

Show examples and contexts adornment

Show examples and contexts adroit

Show examples and contexts adulterate

Show examples and contexts adumbrate

Show examples and contexts advert

Show examples and contexts affable

Show examples and contexts aggrandize

Show examples and contexts aggregation

Show examples and contexts aghast

Show examples and contexts agnostic

Show examples and contexts aka

Show examples and contexts alkali

n. soda ash; caustic soda, caustic potash; one of a class of caustic bases, such as soda, potash, and ammonia

Show examples and contexts allege

Show examples and contexts allude

Show examples and contexts allurement

n. temptation; enticement; any real or apparent good held forth, or operating, as a motive to action

Show examples and contexts allusion

Show examples and contexts altar

n. elevated place or structure before which religious ceremonies may be enacted or upon which sacrifices may be offered

Show examples and contexts amalgam

Show examples and contexts amalgamate

Show examples and contexts amass

Show examples and contexts ambidextrous

Show examples and contexts ambivalence

Show examples and contexts amble

Show examples and contexts amenity

Show examples and contexts amorphous

Show examples and contexts amplify

Show examples and contexts amputee

Show examples and contexts analgesic

Show examples and contexts analogous

Show examples and contexts anathema

Show examples and contexts ancillary

Show examples and contexts anew

Show examples and contexts animus

Show examples and contexts annotate

Show examples and contexts annualize

Show examples and contexts anodyne

Show examples and contexts anomalous

Show examples and contexts antagonist

Show examples and contexts antedate

Show examples and contexts antediluvian

Show examples and contexts anthology

Show examples and contexts anthropoid

Show examples and contexts antipathy

Show examples and contexts antithesis

Show examples and contexts antler

Show examples and contexts apartheid

Show examples and contexts aperitif

Show examples and contexts aperture

Show examples and contexts aphasia

Show examples and contexts aphorism

Show examples and contexts apiary

Show examples and contexts aplomb

Show examples and contexts apocryphal

Show examples and contexts apogee

Show examples and contexts apostate

Show examples and contexts apotheosis

Show examples and contexts appease

Show examples and contexts appellation

Show examples and contexts apposite

Show examples and contexts apprise

Show examples and contexts approbation

Show examples and contexts appropriation

Show examples and contexts aquifer

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Show examples and contexts arable

Show examples and contexts arbiter

Show examples and contexts arboreal

Show examples and contexts archetype

Show examples and contexts archipelago

Show examples and contexts arena

n. an enclosed area, often outdoor, for the presentation of sporting events or other spectacular events

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Show examples and contexts arraign

Show examples and contexts arrears

Show examples and contexts arrogate

Show examples and contexts artifice

Show examples and contexts artless

Show examples and contexts ascendancy

Show examples and contexts ascetic

Show examples and contexts aseptic

Show examples and contexts aspect

Show examples and contexts asperity

Show examples and contexts asphyxiate

Show examples and contexts aspirant

Show examples and contexts assail

Show examples and contexts assent

Show examples and contexts assiduous

Show examples and contexts assimilate

Show examples and contexts assuage

Show examples and contexts astigmatism

Show examples and contexts astringent

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Show examples and contexts atrial

Show examples and contexts attainment

Show examples and contexts attenuate

Show examples and contexts attrition

n. gradual decrease in numbers; reduction in work force without firing employees; wearing away of opposition by means of harassment

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Show examples and contexts augury

Show examples and contexts aura

Show examples and contexts austere

Show examples and contexts austerity

Show examples and contexts authenticate

Show examples and contexts autocrat

Show examples and contexts autonomous

Show examples and contexts avalanche

Show examples and contexts avant-garde

Show examples and contexts avarice

Show examples and contexts aver

Show examples and contexts aviation

n. art or act of flying; specifically, the science or art of directing and controlling flying-machines

Show examples and contexts avocation

Show examples and contexts avow

Show examples and contexts avowal

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