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average.noun
an intermediate.level or degree (near the average in size); the usual or ordinary.kind or quality (although the wines vary, the average is quite good)
average.adjective
being intermediate between extremes, as on a scale (a vehicle of average size); usual or ordinary in kind or character (people of average height; average eyesight)
average, averaged, averaging, averages.verbs
transitive verb use.to calculate the average of (average a set of numbers); to do or have an average of (averaged three hours of study daily); to distribute.proportionately (average one's earnings over a year)
intransitive verb use.to be or amount to an average (some sparrows are six inches long, but they average smaller; our expenses averaged out to 45 dollars per day)
averagely.adverb
averageness.noun

attend, attended, attending, attends.verbs
transitive verb use.to be present at (attended a class to learn about computers); to accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result (the picnic was attended to by all relatives who lived reasonably close to the park); to accompany or wait upon as a companion or servant (she took care of her aunt); tend; to take charge of (they attended our home while we were away by picking up the mail and keeping the grass cut); to listen to; heed (attended to every word of the physicist's talk)
intransitive verb use.to be present; to take care; give attention to
attender.noun,.plural.attenders
attendant.noun,.plural.attendants
an accompanying thing or circumstance; a concomitant; one who attends or waits on another; one who is present (how many attended the kid's school presentation?)
attendant.adjective
being present (ships and attendant sailors); accompanying or following as a result (attendant circumstances)
attendantly.adverb
attendee.noun,.plural.attendees
one who is present at or attends a function
attendance.noun,.plural.attendances
the act of attending; persons or number of persons that are present (the school class was short two children today); the frequency with which a person is present

avenge, avenged, avenging, avenges.transitive verbs
to inflict a punishment or penalty in return for; revenge (avenge a bad deal); if you avenge a wrong or harmful act, you hurt or punish the person who is responsible for it (ancient Absalom, a son of King David, avenged the violating of his sister Tamar.{2Samuel 13:1-39}.by his brother Amnon); to take vengeance on behalf of (avenged their wronged parents)
avengingly.adverb
avenger.noun,.plural.avengers

assembly.noun,.plural.assemblies
the act of assembling; the state of being assembled; a group of persons gathered together for a common reason, as for a legislative, religious, educational or social purpose; the putting together of manufactured parts to make a completed product, such as a machine or an electronic circuit; a set of parts so assembled
Computers:.the automatic translation of symbolic.code into machine code, which is language the machine will comprehend and thusproduce what it was designed to do

assemble, assembled, assembling, assembles.verbs
transitive verb use.to bring or call together into a group or whole (assembled the class for an outing); to fit together the parts or pieces of (assemble a machine; assemble data; assemble a chest of drawers for the bedroom)
intransitive verb use.to gather together; congregate

assemblage.noun
the act of assembling; the state of being assembled; a collection of people or things; a gathering; a fitting together of parts, as those in a machine; a sculptural composition.consisting of an arrangement of miscellaneous.objects, such as pieces of metal, cloth and string
assemblagist.noun

architect.noun
one that plans or devises; one who designs and supervises the construction of buildings or other large structures

architecture.noun
the art and science of designing and erecting buildings; buildings and other large structures (the low, brick-and-adobe architecture of the Southwest); a style and method of design and construction (Byzantine architecture; Tudor style); orderly arrangement of parts; structure (the architecture of the invisible; the broad architecture of a massive novel; computer architecture
architectural.adjective
architecturally.adverb

abstemious.adjective
eating and drinking in moderation (an abstemious person); sparingly used or consumed (abstemious meals); restricted to bare necessities (an abstemious way of life)
abstemiously.adverb
abstemiousness.noun

arid.adjective
lacking moisture, especially having insufficient rainfall to support trees or woody plants (an arid climate); lacking interest or feeling; lifeless and dull (a technically perfect but arid musical performance)
aridity.or.aridness.noun

alkaline.adjective
of, relating.to.or.containing an alkali; having a pH greater than 7

alkalinity.noun
the alkali concentration or alkaline quality of an alkali-containing substance

alkali.noun,.plural.alkalis.or.alkalies
any of various soluble mineral salts found in natural water and arid soils

alkalize.also.alkalinize, alkalized.also.alkalinized, alkalizing.also.alkalinizing, alkalizes.also.alkalinizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to make alkaline
intransitive verb use.to become an alkali
alkalization.noun

amble, ambled, ambling, ambles.intransitive verbs
to walk slowly or leisurely; stroll; to move along at an easy gait, often used of a horse
amble.noun,.plural.ambles
an unhurried or leisurely walk; an easy gait
ambler.noun,.plural.amblers

anger.noun,.plural.angers
a strong feeling of displeasure or hostility; rage; fury; ire; wrath; resentment; indignation; strong displeasure (suppressed her anger); a bad temper (temper is the one thing you can't get rid of by losing it)
anger, angered, angering, angers.verbs
transitive verb use.to make angry; enrage or provoke
intransitive verb use.to become angry (she angers too quickly)
angrily.or.angerly.adverb
angry, angrier, angriest.adjectives
feeling or showing anger; incensed or enraged (she became angrier and angrier the more she thought about her resentments; an angry customer upset all the other customers as well as the feelings of the staff); indicative of or resulting from anger (he seemed in an angry silence); having a menacing.aspect; threatening (angry clouds on the horizon)

admit, admitted, admitting, admits.verbs
transitive verb use.to permit to enter; to serve as a means of entrance (a ticket will admit you to the movie); to have room for; accommodate; to afford.opportunity for; permit; to grant to be real, valid or true; acknowledge (admit the truth)
intransitive verb use.to afford possibility (a problem that admits of no solution); to allow entrance; afford access (a door admitting to the hall); to make acknowledgment
admittedly.adverb
you use 'admittedly' when you are admitting that something is true (admittedly it's better to concentrate on proper nutrition for one's immune system)

admittance.noun,.plural.admittances
the act of admitting or entering; permission to enter

admission.noun,.plural.admissions
the act of admitting or allowing to enter; the state of beingallowed to enter; having permission or the right to enter; access; the price required or paid for entering; an entrance fee; a confession (she admitted that she was wrong); a voluntary.acknowledgment of truth; a fact or statement granted or admitted; a concession
admissive.adjective

admissible.adjective
that can be accepted; allowable (his apology was admissible); worthy of admission
admissibility.or.admissibleness.noun
admissibly.adverb
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