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altruism, altruist.nouns
unselfish concern for the welfare of others, opposed to egoism; a feature that helps another at a cost to the helper
altruistic.adjective
altruistically.adverb

amalgamate, amalgamated, amalgamating, amalgamates.transitive verbs
to unite in or as if in an amalgam; to merge into a single body
amalgamative.adjective
amalgamator.noun,.plural.amalgamators
synonym.mix

amalgam.noun
a mix; a mixture of different elements; a bit of both; a dangerous alloy of mercury with another metal, often tin, but called 'silver amalgam', not because there is any silver in it, but it has a similar color; mercury is solid or liquid at room temperature according to the proportion of mercury present and is used especially in making tooth cements (amalgam, used in dentistry for decades in filling cavities, in spite of.better ways, such as; mercury is slowly being phased out as more dentists become aware of its severe.toxicity, due to its highly toxic mercury component, which has poisoned people by dentists past and in the present, dentists who continue justifying this practice by scoffing at research in favor of their association's scientifically biased.stance, prejudiced financial interests and administrative.incompetence and indecision that puts the health of men women and children at severe risk)

amalgamation.noun,.plural.amalgamations
the act of amalgamating or the condition resulting from this act; a consolidation or merger, as of several business concerns; the production of a metal alloy of mercury, such as amalgam 

amber.noun
a hard, translucent, yellow, orange or brownish yellow fossil resin, used for making jewelry and other ornamental objects.(*)
amber.adjective
having the color of amber; brownish yellow; made of or resembling amber (an amber necklace)

ambiance.also.ambience.noun
the special atmosphere or mood created by a particular.environment (the ambiance of a Moroccan restaurant)

ambient.adjective
surrounding; encircling

ambiguous.adjective
not clear; indefinite; uncertain; vague; abstruse; doubtful; open to more than one interpretation; upsetting, frustrating, disordering, disarrangement
ambiguity.noun,.plural.ambiguities
doubtfulness or uncertainty as regards interpretation; something of doubtful meaning (a poem full of ambiguities)

ambivalence.noun
the coexistence of opposing attitudes or feelings, such as love and hate, toward a person, an object or an idea; uncertainty or indecisiveness as to which course to follow
ambivalent.adjective
exhibiting or feeling ambivalence

amenable.adjective
responsive to advice, authority or suggestion; tractable; responsible; accountable; compliant; open to testing, criticism.or.judgment
amenability or amenableness-noun
amenably.adverb

amiable.adjective
worthy of love; having a pleasant.disposition; friendly and attractive
amiably.adjective
in an amiable manner

amicability, amicableness.nouns
the state of a person who exhibits peacefulness and friendliness 
amicable.adjective
characterized by or exhibiting friendliness or goodwill; friendly
amicably.adverb

amatory.adjective
of, relating.to.or.expressive of love, especially sexual love

amiss.adjective
out of proper order; not in perfect shape; faulty
amiss.adverb
in an improper, defective, unfortunate or mistaken way
synonyms.afield, astray, awry, wrong

amoeba.noun,.plural.amoebas
a protozoan of the genus Amoeba or related genera, occurring in water and soil and as a parasite in other animals; an amoeba has no definite form and consists essentially of a mass of protoplasm containing one nucleus or more surrounded by a delicate, flexible outer membrane; it moves by means of pseudopods; amoebas, thousands of them amalgamate and form a slug looking like creature searching together for bacteria on which to field; they plant forest like 'flowers' which when ready release millions of spores to become new tiny (microscopic) amoebas; each kind of amoeba lays its own distinctly different forest of unique flowers
amoebic.adjective

amok.noun.variant of.amuck
amok.or.amuck.adverb
drunken people ran amok in the town; out of control and causing a lot of unrest and problems; running amuck in the streets; in or into a jumbled or confused state; in a frenzied.state; in a violently raging manner (a defective vaccine run amok); in an undisciplined, uncontrolled or faulty manner (computers run amok)
amok.adjective
possessed with or motivated by violently uncontrollable frenzy

aria.noun
a solo vocal piece with instrumental accompaniment, as in an opera; an air; a melody

awkward.adjective
not graceful; ungainly; not dexterous; clumsy; clumsily or unskillfully performed (the opera was marred by an awkward aria); difficult to handle or manage (an awkward bundle to carry); something that is awkward to use or carry is difficult to use or carry because of its design (a job that is awkward is difficult to do; it was small but heavy enough to make it awkward to carry); difficult to effect; uncomfortable (an awkward pose); marked by or causing embarrassment or discomfort (an awkward remark; an awkward silence); requiring great tact, ingenuity, skill and discretion.(an awkward situation arose during neighborhood talks on land usage)
awkwardly.adverb
awkwardness.noun

aggressive.adjective
inclined to behave in a hostile fashion; assertive, bold and enterprising (an aggressive young executive; an unaggressive older person); intense or harsh, as in color; fast growing; tending to spread quickly (an aggressive ground covering plant)
aggressively.adverb
aggression.noun
the act of initiating hostilities or invasion; the practice or habit of launching attacks; hostile or destructive behavior or actions
aggressiveness.noun
aggress, aggressed, aggressing, aggresses.intransitive verb
to initiate an attack, a war, a quarrel or a fight

anfractuous.adjective
full of twists and turns; tortuous
anfractuosity.noun,.plural.anfractuosities
the condition or quality of having many twists and turns; a winding channel, passage or crevice; a complicated or involved process

acid test.noun
a decisive or critical test, as of worth or quality

acid.noun,.plural.acids
in chemistry, any of a large class of sour tasting substances whose aqueous solutions are capable of turning blue litmus indicators red, of reacting with and dissolving certain metals to form salts and of reacting with bases or alkalis to form salts; a substance that ionizes in solution to give the positive ion of the solvent; a substance capable of yielding hydrogen ions; a molecule or ion that can combine with another by forming a covalent bond with two electrons of the other; a substance having a sour taste; the trait of being sarcastic, bitter or scornful
acid.adjective
in chemistry, of or relating to an acid; having a high concentration of acid; having a sour taste; biting, sarcastic or scornful (an acid wit; an acid tone of voice)
acidly.adverb
acidness.noun
acidity.noun,.plural.acidities
the state, quality.or.degree of being acid; hyperacidity
acidic.adjective
acid; tending to form an acid

abolish, abolished, abolishing, abolishes.transitive verbs
to do away with; annul; to destroy completely
abolishable.adjective
abolisher, abolishment.noun
abolition.noun
the act of doing away with or the state of being done away with; annulment; abolishment of slaver
abolitionary.adjective
abolitionism.noun
advocacy of the abolition of slavery
abolitionist.noun,.plural.abolitionists

aphorism.noun,.plural.aphorisms
a tersely.phrased.statement of a truthor opinion; an adage; a saying; a brief statement of a principle; a gnome
aphoristic.adjective
aphoristically.adverb
aphorist.noun,.plural.aphorists

amass, amassed, amassing, amasses.transitive verbs
if you amass money, knowledge, information etc, you gradually collect a large amount of it (for 25 years, Darwin amassed evidence to support his theories, yet the conclusive.proof positives he needed remained elusive); to gather together for oneself, as for one's pleasure or profit; accumulate (amassed a fortune)
amassable.adjective
amasser, amassment.nouns

accumulate, accumulated, accumulating, accumulates.verbs
transitive verb use.to gather or pile up; amass; gather
intransitive verb use.to mount up; increase
accumulable.adjective
accumulation.noun,.plural.accumulations
the act of gathering or amassing, as into a heap or pile; the process of growing into a large amount or heap; a mass heaped up or collected (an accumulation of rubbish; garbage piled high)

among.also.amongst.preposition
in the midst of; surrounded by (a pine tree among cedars); in the group, number or class of (she is among the intelligent); in the company of; in association with (traveling among a group of tourists); by the joint action of (among us, we will finish the job); with portions to each of (distribute this among you); each with the other (be of good cheer among yourselves)

avouch, avouched, avouching, avouches.transitive verbs
to declare.as a matter of fact or as a thing that can be proved; to declare the provable truth or validity of; affirm (she avouched that she herself was innocent); to vouch for; to accept.responsibility for an action; acknowledge; to corroborate; to avow

autumn.noun
the season of the year between summer and winter, lasting from the autumnal equinox to the winter solstice and from September to December in the Northern Hemisphere; fall
autumn.adjective
of, having to do with, occurring in or appropriate to the season of autumn (autumn foliage; autumn harvests; Thanksgiving Day); grown during the season of autumn (autumn crops)
autumnal.adjective
autumnally.adverb
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