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alloy.noun
a homogeneous mixture or solid solution of two or more metals, the atoms of one replacing or occupying interstitial positions between the atoms of the other (brass is an alloy of copper and zinc); a mixture; an amalgam; the relative.degree of mixture with a base metal; fineness; something added that lowers value or purity
alloy, alloyed, alloying, alloys.transitive verbs
to combine metals to form an alloy; to combine; mix (enthusiasm that was alloyed with social skills is a winning combination)

aplomb.noun
self-confident.assurance; poise; confidence

ass.noun,.plural.asses
any of several hoofed mammals of the genus Equus, resembling and closely related to the horses but having a smaller build and longer ears and including the domesticated.donkey; a vain, self-important, silly or aggressively.stupid person; buttocks; anus

anus.noun,.plural.anuses
the opening at the lower end of the alimentary canal through which solid waste (poop) is eliminated from the body

affright, affrighted, affrighting, affrights.transitive verbs
to arouse fear in; terrify
affright.noun
great fear; terror; a cause of terror
affrightment.noun

administer, administered, administering, administers.verbs
transitive verbs use.to manage by organizing and/or supervising; to provide or organize something as part of your job; dispense
intransitive verbs use.to manage as an administrator
administrable.adjective
administrant.adjective.and.noun,.plural.administrants
administrate, administrated, administrating, administrates.transitive verbs
administration.noun,.plural.administrations
management (during the last 10 years the administration by the government has changed many times; she manages her house and children so well, one would think that she took a management course)
administrative.adjective
administratively.adverb
administrator.noun,.plural.administrators
one who administers; an executive; one appointed to administer an estate

aromatic.adjective
having an aroma; fragrant or sweet-smelling (aromatic herbs)
aromatic.noun
an aromatic plant or substance
aromatically.adverb
aromaticness.noun
aromaticity.noun
aromatic quality or character
aroma.noun,.plural.aromas
a quality that can be perceived by the olfactory sense (the aroma of garlic and onions sensed by the nose); smell; a pleasant characteristic odor, as of a plant, spice or food (the aroma of roses); fragrance
aromatize, aromatized, aromatizing, aromatizes.transitive verbs to make aromatic or fragrant (swirled the wine to aromatize it); in chemistry, to subject to a reaction that converts a substance into an aromatic compound
aromatization.noun
aromatherapy.noun,.plural.aromatherapies
the use of selected.fragrant.substances in lotions and inhalants in an effort to affect.mood and promote health, such as essential oils

anodyne.adjective
capable of soothing or eliminating pain; relaxing (anodyne novels about country life); watered-down; insipid
anodyne.noun
a natural herb or concocted chemical medicine that relieves pain; a source of soothing comfort

aurochs.noun, singular and.plural.
an ox; a urus; wisent; ox

abrasion.noun
the process of wearing down or rubbing away by means of friction; a scraped or worn area; a scraped area on the skin resulting from injury or irritation (running fast to kick the ball, he slipped, scraping the skin on his knee, causing the abrasion)
abrasive.adjective
causing abrasion; harsh and rough in manner
abrasive.noun
a substance that abrades (sand is one abrasive used to sandblast buildings, giving them a fresh new look)
abrade, abraded, abrading, abrades.transitive verbs
to wear down or rub away by friction; erode; chafe

appoint, appointed, appointing, appoints.transitive verbs
to fix or set by mutual agreement (will appoint a date for holidays); to select or designate to fill an office or position (appointed her to look after all the mail received); to equip (a house that is comfortably appointed having appropriate or elegant furnishings or equipment; a beautifully appointed room)
intransitive verb use.to exercise a power of appointment
appointment.noun,.plural.appointments
the act of appointing or designating for an office or position; an arrangement to do something or meet someone at a particular time and place; engagement; appointments can be furnishings, fittings or equipment (complimentary appointments you have in your foyer)
appointed time.adjective
if something happens at the appointed time, it happens at the time that was decided.in advance

A.D..adverb
stands for 'anno Domini', a Latin phrase meaning 'in the year of our Lord', such as began the Christian.era; an example of a specified year in this new era is the year 2020; written 2020 CE, for Common Era or 2020 A.D., to show it was after the birth of Emmanuel who is the Christ and whose coming some 2020 years ago was the pivotal point of all history.(why such a pivotal point in history?.Isaiah 7:14)

ad lib.adverb
in an unrestrained.manner; spontaneously; short for ad libitum

amylase.noun
a group of enzymes that are present in saliva, pancreatic juice, and parts of plants and help convert starch to sugar

ado.noun
bustle; fuss; trouble; bother; if you do something without further ado or without more ado, you do it at once and do not discuss or delay it any longer (and now, without further ado, let me introduce our main concert.for tonight)

arise, arose, arisen, arising, arises.intransitive verbs
to get up, as from a sitting or prone position; rise; to move upward; ascend; to come into being; originate (hoped that a new spirit of freedom was arising); to result, issue or proceed (mistakes that arise from a basic misunderstanding); stem

anaphase.noun
in biology, the stage of mitosis and meiosis in which the chromosomes move to opposite ends of the nuclear.spindle; see cells

aquatic.adjective
consisting of, relating to or being in water (an aquatic environment); living or growing in, on or near the water (aquatic animals and plants); taking place in or on the water (an aquatic sport)
aquatic.noun
an organism that lives in, on or near the water
aquatically.adverb

aqua.noun,.plural.aquae.or.aquas
water; an aqueous solution; the color of aqua is a light bluish green to light greenish blue
aqua.adjective
aqueous.adjective
relating to, similar to, containing or dissolved in water; watery
Geology:.formed from matter deposited by water, as certain sedimentary rocks

alike.adjective
having close resemblance; similar (the twins are as alike as two peas in a pod; friends are generally alike in background and tastes)
alike.adverb
in the same manner or to the same degree (the two girls dress and walk alike)
alikeness.noun

annual.adjective
recurring, done or performed every year; yearly (time for the periodic trip away from winter); an annual trip to the Sun; of, relating to or determined by a year (Thanksgiving Day is an annual occasion); in botany, living or growing for only one year or season (flowers lasting only one year are called annuals and those lasting from year to year are perennials)
annual.noun,.plural.annuals
a periodical published yearly; a yearbook; in botant, a plant that completes its entire life cycle in a single growing season
annually.adverb
annal.adjective
valid for one year

agglutination.noun,.plural.agglutinations
the act or process of agglutinating; adhesion of distinct parts; a clumped.mass of material formed by agglutination; also called agglutinate; the clumping together of red blood cells or bacteria, usually in response to a particular.antibody
agglutinate, agglutinated, agglutinating, agglutinates.verbs
transitive verbs use.to cause to adhere, as with glue; in physiology, to cause red blood cells or bacteria to clump together; in linguistics, to form words by combining words or words and word elements 
intransitive verbs use.to join together into a group or mass; in physiology, to clump together; undergo agglutination; in linguistics, to form words by agglutination
agglutinate.noun,.plural.agglutinates
agglutination
agglutinant.adjective.and.noun
agglutinative.adjective
tending toward, concerning or characteristic of agglutination
agglutinin.noun,.plural.agglutinins
in physiology, a substance, such as an antibody, that is capable of causing agglutination of a particular antigen, especially red blood cells or bacteria
agglutinogen.noun,.plural.agglutinogens
in physiology, an antigen that stimulates the production of a particular agglutinin, such as an antibody
agglutinogenic.adjective
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