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arachnid.noun,.plural.arachnids
a wingless, carnivorous (flesh eating) class of Arthropoda comprising spiders, scorpions, mites and ticks, characterized by a two segmented body with eight appendages and no antennae

arbitrary.adjective
determined by chance, whim or impulse and not by necessity, reason or principle; based on or subject to individual judgment or preference (the diet imposes overall calorie limits, but daily menus are arbitrary); not limited by law; capricious, whimsical; attempting to establish by other than by a specific law or statute (an arbitrary approval to see what reaction there may be); not limited by law; despotic (the arbitrary rules of dictatorships)
arbitrarily.adverb
arbitrariness.noun

arbitration.noun
the process by which the parties to a dispute.submit their differences to the judgment of an impartial person or group appointed by mutual.consent or statutory.provision

arbitrator.or.arbiter.nouns,.plurals.arbitrators.or.arbiters
a person chosen to settle the issue between parties engaged in a dispute; to judge; one having been given the ability to make authoritative decisions

arbitrate, arbitrated, arbitrating, arbitrates.verbs
transitive verb use.to judge or decide in or as in the manner of an arbitrator (arbitrate a dispute between neighbors); to submit to settlement or judgment by arbitration (labor and management agreed to arbitrate their differences)
intransitive verb use.to serve as an arbitrator; to submit a dispute to arbitration

archaeology.or.archeology.noun
the systematic recovery and study of material evidence, such as graves, buildings, tools and pottery, remaining from past human life and culture
archaeological.or.archaeologic.adjective
archaeologist.noun,.plural.archaeologists

ardent.adjective
expressing or characterized by warmth of feeling;.passionate.(an ardent lover); displaying or characterized by strong enthusiasm or devotion; eager; intense; fervent
ardently.adverb
ardency.noun

argon.noun
a colorless, odorless, inert gaseous element constituting approximately one percent of Earth's atmosphere, from which it is commercially obtained by fractionation (break down into different parts) for use in electric light bulbs, fluorescent tubes and radio vacuum tubes and as an inert gas shield in arc welding atomic number 18; atomic weight 39.94; melting point 189.2°C; boiling point 185.7°C; it is also used to detect a neutrino

arduous.adjective
demanding great effort or labor; difficult; testing severely the powers of endurance; strenuous-(a long, arduous and exhausting war; hard to traverse, climb or surmount)
arduously.adverb
arduousness.noun

argue, argued, arguing, argues.verbs
intransitive verb use.to give reasons for or against something; reason; to contend or disagree in words; bicker; dispute
transitive verb use.to give evidence of; indicate; to consider the pros and cons of; discuss; to prove or try to prove by giving reasons; maintain; to persuade by giving reasons; induce; discuss
arguer.noun,.plural.arguers

argument.noun,.plural.arguments
an argument is a statement or set of statements that you use in order to try to convince people that your opinion about something is correct (there's a strong argument for lowering the price); a course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating truth or falsehood; discussion of opposing viewpoints towards finding out information that may bring minds closer to that which they both seek (presented a careful argument for confederation); a fact or statement put forth as proof or evidence; a reason (the current low mortgage rates are an argument for buying a house now); an argument is a discussion or debate in which a number of people put forward.different or opposing.opinions; a discussion in which disagreement is expressed; a debate; also, a quarrel; a dispute
argumentation.noun
the presentation and elaboration of an argument or arguments; deductive reasoning in debate
argumentative.adjective
given to arguing; disputatious; of or characterized by argument
argumentatively.adverb
argumentativeness.noun

array.noun,.plural.arrays
an arrangement for display (such as a special tray or basket of food would be laid out)
array, arrayed, arraying, arrays.transitive verbs
to place in an orderly arrangement

arrogance.noun
someone who is arrogant behaves in a proud, unpleasant way towards other people because they believe that they are more important than others and this because their mind is selfish; inconsiderateness towards those affected; an overtone of superiority.exemplified when someone behaves in a rude way because they think they are very.important, a being full of themselves; an attitude of superiority manifested in an overbearing manner or in presumptuous claims or assumptions; offensive display of superiority or self-importance; overbearing pride; haughtiness; the behavior of a person when they feel that they are more important than other people, so that they are rude to them or do not consider them (decisions made in secret show arrogance when people are adversely affected by them; he has a reputation for rudeness and intellectual arrogance); a feeling or an impression of superiority.manifested in an overbearing manner or presumptuous claims and actions (an arrogant person has a personality exhibiting an overtone of superiority and hesitates not to take or gain advantage over others); arrogance is when someone behaves rudely because they think they are superior, possessing importance above others; an attitude of superiority manifested in an overbearing manner, often with surreptitiousness and presumptuous claims, assumptions and actions
arrogant.adjective
making or disposed to make claims to unwarranted importance or consideration out of overbearing pride; marked by or arising from arrogance (an arrogant contempt for the weak); proud
arrogantly.adverb

arrogate, arrogated, arrogating, arrogates.transitive verbs
to claim or seize without justification; to make undue claims to having; assume; to claim on behalf of another; ascribe
arrogation.noun

arthropod.noun,.plural.arthropods
a phylum of invertebrate animals with segmented bodies and jointed limbs, including the insects, arachnids.and.crustaceans
arthropod.adjective
arthropodous.or.arthropodal.adjective

appalling.adjective
causing consternation or dismay; frightful.(appalling working conditions; appalling morals)
appallingly.adverb
appall, appalled, appalling, appalls.transitive verbs
to fill with consternation or dismay

accomplish, accomplished, accomplishing, accomplishes.transitive verbs
to succeed in doing; bring to pass; perform; to reach the end of; complete
accomplishable.adjective
accomplisher.noun
accomplished.adjective
skilled; expert (an accomplished pianist); unquestionable; indubitable.(an accomplished fact it is that highway travel brings people together faster than wagon travel)
accomplishment.noun,.plural.accomplishments
the act of accomplishing or the state of being accomplished; completion; something completed successfully; an achievement

assign, assigned, assigning, assigns.transitive verbs
to set apart for a particular purpose; designate; to select for a duty or office; appoint; to give out as a task; allot; to ascribe; to attribute; to allocate; to apportion
assignability, assigner.nouns
assignably.adverb
assignable.adjective

assignment.noun,.plural.assignments
the act of assigning; something, such as a task, that is assigned; task; a position or post of duty to which one is assigned
Law:.the transfer of a claim, right, interest or property from one to another; the instrument (document) by which this transfer is effected

audience.noun,.plural.audiences
a group of people attentive to their common focus (in school we watched the teacher as she taught us basics of math; the flower has an audience as few have seen that kind before); the spectators or listeners assembled at a performance); a meeting (we have audience with the dignitary Desmond Tutu who will speak on world peace), as with a religious or state dignitary; the act of hearing or attending

affair.noun,.plural.affairs
something done or to be done; an occurrence, an event or a matter (her graduation party was such a fine affair); a social function (the school dance was a large affair); a romantic and sexual relationship

alert.adjective
if you are alert, you are paying full attention to things in the present around you and in you; vigilantly attentive; watchful (alert to the danger from the ice on the sidewalk; alert to guidance from within you); when you are alert to something, you are fully aware of it; on the qui vive; pay, pay, pay consideration, pay it each moment as you go through life (the observant man or woman notices inner guidance) word 'alert' stresses quickness to recognize and respond (alert enough to spot the opportunity when it came); aware; mentally responsive and perceptive; quick (the bird's alert hopping from branch to branch)
alert.noun
a signal that warns of danger (the winding road through the mountains had various alerts posted warning of rock slides); alarm
alert, alerted, alerting, alerts.transitive verbs
to notify of approaching danger or action (a flashing red light that alerted motorists to trouble ahead)
alertly.adverb
in an alert manner (she got through the day alertly noticing her positive thoughts as the day went by)

abnormal.adjective
not typical, usual or regular; not normal
abnormally.adverb
abnormality.noun,.plural.abnormalities
the condition of not being normal; a phenomenon or occurrence that is not normal

adjust, adjusted, adjusting, adjusts.verbs
transitive verb use.to change so as to match, fit or be correct and accurate (adjusted the time on his watch); cause to correspond; to bring into proper relationship; to adapt or conform, as to new conditions; adapt; to bring the components of into a more effective or efficient.calibration or state (adjust the timing of a car's engine); to treat disorders of the spine by correcting slight dislocations between vertebrae using chiropractic techniques; to decide how much is to be paid on an insurance claim handled by their adjuster)

well adjusted, well adapted, well balanced.adjectives
also well-adjusted, well-adapted, well-balanced
a well.adjusted or well adapted person has a mature.personality and can control their emotions and deal with problems without becoming anxious (a happy, loving and well adjusted family); able to deal with people, problems and life in general in a normal, sensible way; having the ability to adapt or conform.suitably to new conditions
well balanced.is containing a sensible variety of the sort of things or people that are needed (a well balanced meal; a well balanced diet; a well balanced group); society is not well balanced in that preference is avoided.being given to those deemed of little or no worthwhile.advantage); evenly.proportioned, balanced or regulated; mentally.stable; sensible or sound; not unsane or insane
intransitive verb use.able to adapt oneself; conform; to achieve balance in one's life with regard to one's own needs and the needs of others
adjustable.adjective
adjustably.adverb
adjuster.or.adjustor.noun
adjustment.noun,.plural.adjustments
the act of adjusting or the state of being adjusted; a means of adjusting; a modification, fluctuation or correction (made an adjustment on the telephone bill)
maladjusted, maladaptive.antonyms
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