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appease, appeased, appeasing, appeases.transitive verbs
to bring to a state of peace or quiet; calm; to cause to subside; allay (appeased my hunger); pacify; conciliate (to make concessions to disarm a volatile situation) 
appeasable.adjective
appeasement.noun,.plural.appeasements
appeaser.noun,.plural.appeasers

apiece.adverb
to or for each one; each (there is enough bread for everyone to have two slices apiece)

appendage.noun,.plural.appendages
something added or attached to an entity of greater importance or size; an adjunct; a limb or other subsidiary part that that diverges from the central or principle structure
Biology: a part or an organ, such as an arm, a leg, a tail or a fin, that is joined to the axis or trunk of a body; appurtenance, adjunct, accessory, attachment

apportion, apportioned, apportioning, apportions.transitive verbs
to divide and assign according to a plan; allot; assign; to divide into portions
apportionment.noun,.plural.apportionments
the act of apportioning; the condition of having been apportioned; the proportional.distribution of the creation of currency

apposite.adjective
appositeness.noun
highly pertinent or appropriate; apt
appositely.adverb
synonym.relevant

appraise, appraised, appraising, appraises.transitive verbs
to evaluate; to judge the quality, amount, size and other features of or worth of; to estimate the quantity of
appraisal, appraisement, appraiser.nouns
appraisable.adjective

apprehend, apprehended, apprehending, apprehends.transitive verbs
to take hold of mentally; perceive; overstand; to take into custody
apprehensible.adjective
that can be apprehended

apprehension.noun,.plural.apprehensions
able to mentally grasp; understand (he has good apprehension of history); perception; the ability to apprehend or understand; fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; dread; foreboding; presentiment
apprehensive.adjective
troubled by fears; anxious; uneasy; able to apprehend; quick to understand
apprehensively.adverb
apprehensive.adjective
anxious or fearful about the future; uneasy; afraid; capable of understanding and quick to apprehend
apprehensiveness-noun

a priori 
before examination or analysis; based on theory instead of experience or experiment; from a generalization to particular instances

approbation.noun,.plural.approbations
approval; sanction; praise (controllers are generally those having egos needing reinforcement and as such are eagerly.desirous of others' deference and approbation)
approbate, approbated, approbating.transitive verbs
to approve; to sanction
approbative.adjective
showing approbation or approval 
approbatory.adjective
of the nature of approbation; approbative
approbate, approbated, approbating, approbates.transitive verbs
to sanction; authorize
approbative.or.approbatory.adjective

appropriate, appropriated, appropriating, appropriates.transitive verbs.(pronounced 'a pro pree ate')
to set apart for a specific use (appropriating funds for education); to take possession of or make use of for oneself without permission and/or sanction; to steal from
appropriation.noun,.plural.appropriations
the action of appropriating; stealing
appropriative.noun
appropriator.noun,.plural.appropriators

appropriate, appropriated, appropriating, appropriates.transitive verbs.(pronounced a pro pree ate)
to set apart for a specific use (appropriating funds for education; well appropriate this spot right here for presents for the party); something appropriated; a legislative.act.authorizing the expenditure of a designated amount of public funds for a specific.purpose

appropriate.adjective.(pronounced a pro pree it)
suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion or place; fitting
appropriately.adverb
appropriative.adjective
appropriateness.noun
appropriator.noun, plural.appropriators

apropos.adverb
at an opportune time; relating to or bearing upon the matter in hand 
apropos of.preposition
with regard to; concerning

apt.adjective
unusually fitted or qualified; competent; able and ready; fit; having a tendency; likely; ordinarily disposed; inclined; suited to a purpose; being to the point; keenly intelligent and responsive
aptness.noun
aptly.adverb
synonyms.fit, quick

adjuvant.noun, plural.adjuvants
a pharmacological.chemical.agent added to a drug such as a vaccine, allegedly to increase its effect

anxious.adjective
uneasy and apprehensive about an uncertain.event or matter; worried; attended with, showing or causing.anxiety.(spent an anxious night waiting for the test results of the exam); eagerly or earnestly desirous
anxiously.adverb
anxiousness.noun

activate, activated, activating, activates.verbs
transitive verb use.to set in motion (she activated the water pump); make active or more active
activation, activator.nouns

active.adjective
being in physical motion (active fish in the aquarium; unctioning or capable of functioning; disposed to take action or effectuate change (an elected representative who takes active interest in constituents); engaged in activity; participating (an active member of a club); busy; being in continuous use or operation (an active bank account); being in a state of action; not passive or quiescent (an active volcano; an active toddler; an active imagination); characterized by energetic action or activity; lively; requiring physical exertion and energy (tennis is an active sport)
Grammar.on word active
actively.adverb
activeness.noun

activity.noun,.plural.activities
the state of being active; energetic action or movement; liveliness; a specified.pursuit in which a person partakes; an educational process or procedure.intended to stimulate learning through actual experience

activism.nouns
the theory, doctrine or practice of assertive, often militant action, such as mass demonstrations or strikes, used as a means of opposing or supporting an issue many believe worthwhile
activistic.adjective

activist.noun
a proponent or practitioner of activism (environmental activists; political activists)
activist.adjective
of, relating to or engaged in activism; of, relating.to.or.being an activist

avocation.noun
an activity taken up in addition to one's regular work or profession, usually for enjoyment; a hobby; one's regular work or profession
avocationally.adverb
avocational.adjective

absent.adjective
not present; missing (absent friends; absent parents); lacking
absent, absented, absenting, absents.transitive verbs
to keep oneself away (they absented themselves from attending)
absently.adverb

absence.noun
the state of being away; absent; the time during which one is away; lack; want (an absence of a substitute teacher)

ally, allied, allying, allies.verbs
transitive verb use.to place in a friendly association (Italy allied itself with Germany during World War II); to unite or connect in a personal relationship, as in friendship or marriage (several tribes allied to fend off the invaders)
intransitive verb use.to enter into an alliance
ally.noun, plural.allies
one that is allied with another; one in helpful association with another; partner
allied.adjective
joined or united in a close relationship (allied tribes); of a similar nature; related; of or relating to the Allies (the Allied invasion of southern Italy)
ally.noun,.plural.allies
one that is allied with another, especially by treaty (entered the war as an ally of France); one in helpful association with another (legislators who are allies on most issues); a partner

alliance.noun,.plural.alliances
a close association formed to advance common interests or causes; a connection based on kinship, marriage or common interest; a bond or tie; coalition; close similarity in nature or type; affinity.(the ancient alliance between mathematics and music); the act of becoming allied or the condition of being allied

accompany, accompanied, accompanying, accompanies.verbs
transitive verb use.to be or go with as a companion; to add to; supplement.(wine accompanies the meal); to coexist or occur with
accompaniment.noun
in music, a vocal or instrumental part that supports another, often solo; part; something, such as a situation, that accompanies something else; a concomitant; something added for embellishment, completeness or symmetry; complement

associate, associated, associating, associates.verbs
transitive verb use.to join as a partner, ally or friend; to connect or join together; combine
intransitive verb use.to join in or form a league, union or association; join; to keep company
associate.noun, plural.associates
a person united with another or others in an act, an enterprise or a business; a partner or colleague; a companion; a comrade; a degree.conferred by a two year college after the prescribed course of study has been successfully completed (an Associate in Arts)
associate.adjective
joined with another or others and having equal or nearly equal status.(an associate editor)
association.noun, plural.associations
the act of associating or the state of being associated (various medical associations)
associational.adjective

associative.adjective
of, characterized by, resulting from or causing association
Mathematics:.independent of the grouping of elements, for example, if a + (b + c) = (a + b) + c, the operation indicated by + is associative
associatively.adverb

amorous.adjective
strongly attracted or disposed to sexual love; indicative of love or sexual desire (an amorous glance); of or associated with love (an amorous poem); being in love; enamored (amorous of you since the day we met)
amorously.adverb
amorousness.noun
amour.noun, plural.amours
a love affair
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