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abase

abash

abbreviate

abdicate

abdication

abet

abhorrent

abjure

ablution

abnegate

abnegation

abrade

abridge

abrogate

abscond

abstemious

acclimate

acclivity

accolade

accost

accouter

accretion

acerbity

acetic

acidulous

acquisition

acrimonious

acrimony

acrophobia

actuarial

actuate

acuity

adage

addle

adjoin

adjudicate

adjunct

adjure

admonition

adulation

adulterate

adumbrate

adventitious

advert

aerie

affix

affluence

agglomeration

aggrandize

agnostic

aka

alacrity

algorithm

alimentary

allay

allege

allegory

alliteration

allocate

allusion

altar

amalgam

amalgamate

amass

ambidextrous

ambivalence

amble

ambulatory

ameliorate

amity

amorphous

amphitheater

amplify

amputee

anachronistic

analgesic

anathema

ancestry

ancillary

anew

angular

animus

annotate

anodyne

antecede

antecedents

antediluvian

anthology

anthropocentric

anthropoid

anthropomorphic

anticlimax

antipathy

apartheid

aphasia

aphorism

apiary

aplomb

apogee

apolitical

apologist

apostate

apotheosis

appall

append

apposite

appraise

apprenticeship

apprise

aquifer

archetype

archipelago

arena

aristocracy

arraign

arrogate

artisan

aseptic

ashen

askance

aspect

asperity

aspirant

assay

assimilate

astigmatism

astringent

asymmetric

at loggerheads

atavism

atavistic

atheistic

atrocity

attenuate

attrition

atypical

aura

aureole

auroral

austerity

authenticate

authoritarian

autocrat

autocratic

automaton

autonomous

avalanche

aviation

avocation

avuncular

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abase

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Show examples and contexts abdicate

Show examples and contexts abdication

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Show examples and contexts ablution

Show examples and contexts abnegate

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Show examples and contexts abrade

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Show examples and contexts acerbity

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Show examples and contexts acrimonious

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Show examples and contexts acrophobia

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Show examples and contexts adage

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Show examples and contexts adulation

Show examples and contexts adulterate

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Show examples and contexts affix

Show examples and contexts affluence

Show examples and contexts agglomeration

Show examples and contexts aggrandize

Show examples and contexts agnostic

Show examples and contexts aka

Show examples and contexts alacrity

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Show examples and contexts alimentary

Show examples and contexts allay

Show examples and contexts allege

Show examples and contexts allegory

n. symbolic representation of abstract ideas or principles in narrative, dramatic, or pictorial form

Show examples and contexts alliteration

Show examples and contexts allocate

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

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Show examples and contexts amass

Show examples and contexts ambidextrous

Show examples and contexts ambivalence

Show examples and contexts amble

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Show examples and contexts ameliorate

Show examples and contexts amity

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Show examples and contexts amphitheater

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Show examples and contexts amputee

Show examples and contexts anachronistic

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Show examples and contexts ancestry

Show examples and contexts ancillary

Show examples and contexts anew

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Show examples and contexts animus

Show examples and contexts annotate

Show examples and contexts anodyne

Show examples and contexts antecede

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Show examples and contexts antediluvian

Show examples and contexts anthology

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Show examples and contexts antipathy

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Show examples and contexts aphasia

Show examples and contexts aphorism

Show examples and contexts apiary

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Show examples and contexts apogee

Show examples and contexts apolitical

Show examples and contexts apologist

n. person who argues in defense or justification of something, such as doctrine, policy, or institution

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Show examples and contexts apotheosis

Show examples and contexts appall

Show examples and contexts append

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Show examples and contexts appraise

Show examples and contexts apprenticeship

n. term during which one learns a trade from skilled worker; service or legal condition of an apprentice

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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

Show examples and contexts aristocracy

Show examples and contexts arraign

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Show examples and contexts artisan

Show examples and contexts aseptic

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Show examples and contexts askance

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Show examples and contexts asperity

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Show examples and contexts assay

Show examples and contexts assimilate

Show examples and contexts astigmatism

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Show examples and contexts atavism

n. resemblance to remote ancestors rather than to parents; deformity returning after passage of two or more generations

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Show examples and contexts atrocity

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 aura

Show examples and contexts aureole

Show examples and contexts auroral

a. characteristic of dawn; dawning, eastern, like new beginning; relating to the atmospheric phenomenon auroras

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Show examples and contexts automaton

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Show examples and contexts avalanche

Show examples and contexts aviation

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

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