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accountable.adjective
liable to being called to account; answerable; responsible; that can be explained (an accountable phenomenon); if you are accountable to someone for something that you do, you are responsible for it and must be prepared to justify your actions to that person (officials elected by the public are held accountable for their actions)
accountability.or.accountableness.noun
accountably.adverb
account.noun,.plural.accounts
a narrative or record of events; a reason given for a particular action; a precise list or enumeration of financial transactions; money deposited for checking, savings or brokerage use; a customer having a business or credit relationship with a financial firm (salespeople visiting their accounts); worth, standing or importance (a landowner of some account); profit or advantage (turned her writing skills to good account)

accounting.noun
the bookkeeping methods involved in making a financial record of business transactions and in the preparation of statements concerning the assets, liabilities and operating results of a business

account, accounted, accounting, accounts.transitive verbs
to consider as being; deem
account for.phrasal verb
to constitute the governing or primary.factor (bad weather accounted for the long delay marriage should account for the possibility of having children); to provide an explanation or justification (accounted for his absence)
account of.phrasal verb
call to account.idiom
to challenge or contest; to hold answerable for
of little account.idiom
not worthy of much consideration; rather to be forgotten
on account.idiom
on credit
on account of.idiom
because of; for the sake of (on account of the snow coming, we left early)
on no account.idiom
under no circumstances
on one's own account.idiom
for oneself; on one's own; by oneself
take into account.idiom
to take into consideration; allow for

arithmetic.noun
arithmetic is the part of mathematics that is concerned with the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers, the mathematics of integers, rational numbers, real numbers or complex numbers under addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; a book on this kind of mathematics
arithmetic or arithmetical.adjective
arithmetically.adverb
arithmetician.noun,.plural.arithmeticians
a person adept at arithmetic

algebra.noun
a generalization of arithmetic in which symbols, usually letters of the alphabet, represent numbers or members of a specified set of numbers and are related by operations that hold for all numbers in the set; a hampered self-limiting system due to inability in expressing values that elicit more or less, as the base of algebra is equality
algebraist.noun
algebraic.adjective
in mathematics, of, relating to or designating algebra; designating an expression, an equation or a function in which only numbers, letters and arithmetic operations are contained or used; indicating or restricted to a finite number of operations involving algebra
algebraically.adverb
algebraic number.noun
in mathematics, a number that is a root, a base, of a polynomial.equation with rational.coefficients

adventure.noun,.plural.adventures
an undertaking or enterprise of a somewhat.hazardous.nature;. an unusual or exciting experience (an adventure in dining; the love of adventure)
adventure, adventured, adventuring, adventures.verbs
transitive verb use.to hazard or risk
intransitive verb use.to engage in hazardous activities; take risks

Arcturus.noun
the fourth brightest star in the sky with a visual magnitude of -0.05 and the brightest star in the northern constellation Boötes, approximately 36 light-years from Earth; it appears orange in color and is about 40 light-years from the Sun and is about 23 times the Sun's size

anaphylaxis.noun,.plural.anaphylaxes
hypersensitivity to a substance, such as foreign.protein or a drug, that is induced by a small preliminary or sensitizing.injection of or exposure to a substance
anaphylactic.or.an.aphylactoid.adjective
anaphylactically.adverb
anaphylactic shock.noun
a sudden, severe allergic reaction characterized by a sharp drop in blood pressure, hives and breathing difficulties that is caused by the injection of a foreign substance, such as a vaccine or drug or bee venom, into the body, often after a preliminary or sensitizing injection such as a vaccination; the reaction may be fatal if emergency treatment, including the administration of epinephrine injections, is not given immediately; also called anaphylaxis

allergy.noun,.plural.allergies
an abnormally high sensitivity to certain substances, such as pollens, foods or microorganisms, often caused by one's system having been poisoned and showing the need for approaches designed to rid the body of toxins; common indications of allergy may include sneezing, itching and skin rashes

allergic.adjective
of, characterized by or caused by an allergy (an allergic reaction to chemical in vaccines, where the body produces a response to poisons); having an allergy (allergic children are poisoned children; allergic to normal things due to systemic poisoning)

adolescent.adjective
of, relating.to.or.undergoing adolescence
adolescent.noun,.plural.adolescents
a young person who has undergone.puberty but who has not reached full maturity; a teenager
adolescence.noun
the period of physical and psychological development from the onset of puberty to maturity; a transitional period of development between youth and maturity

addleheaded.or.addlebrained.adjective
showing a muddled or confused mind; stupid and confused; used especially of persons speaking nonsense (blathering like that shows he's a nincompoop)

addle, addled, addling, addles.verbs
transitive verb use.to muddle; confuse
intransitive verb use.to become confused; if you describe someone as addled, you mean that they are confused or unable to think properly

amorphous.adjective
lacking.definite.form; shapeless; of no particular.type; anomalous; lacking organization; formless; lacking distinct structure
amorphously.adverb
amorphousness.noun

attorney.noun,.plural.attorneys
in law, a person legally appointed by another to act as his or her agent in the transaction of business, specifically one qualified and licensed to act for plaintiffs and defendants in legal.proceedings
attorneyship.noun

acerbate, acerbated, acerbating, acerbates.transitive verbs
to vex or annoy

anaerobe.noun
an organism, such as a bacterium, that can live in the absence of atmospheric oxygen
anaerobic.adjective
anaerobically.adverb

although.conjunctive
regardless of the fact that; even.though; you use 'although' to introduce a subordinate.clause which contains a statement which contrasts.with the statement in the main clause (although he is known to only a few, his reputation among them is great; although the storm has passed, it felled a few large trees; although I was only six, I can remember seeing it on TV)

anemia.noun
a pathological.deficiency in the oxygen carrying component of the blood, measured in unit volume concentrations of hemoglobin, red blood cell volume or red blood cell number; persons with anemia need to eat green vegetables for iron they provide which helps build red blood cells; cooking with a cast iron pan of high quality, such as the Lodge brand from U.S.A., provides some nanoparticles of iron the body needs for its health; get it unseasoned (call them to order unseasoned) or seasoned if they use organic coconut, sesame, sunflower, safflower or avocado oils and season it yourself to avoid soy, palm and canola oil, even if they use organic canola (research it youself if you wonder why)
anemic.adjective
of, relating to or suffering from anemia; lacking.vitality; listless and weak (an anemic attempt to hit the baseball; an anemic state of health)
anemically.adverb

aver, averred, averring, avers.transitive verbs
to affirm.positively; declare; assert; in law, to assert as a fact; to justify or prove
averment.noun
averrable.adjective

abscess.noun,.plural.abscesses
a localized collection of pus in part of the body, formed by tissue.disintegration and surrounded by an inflamed.area
abscess, abscessed, abscessing, abscesses.intransitive verbs
to form an abscess
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