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anthropic-also-anthropical.adjective
of.or.relating.to human beings or the era of human life and regarding life elsewhere

anthropocentric.adjective
interpreting reality exclusively in terms of human values and experience; regarding human beings as the central element of the universe
anthropocentrically.adverb
anthropocentrism.noun

anthropology.noun
mostly the study of primitive peoples myths and institutions; the science of human beings, especially the study of human beings in relation to distribution, origin, classification and relationship of races, physical character, environmental and social.relations and culture
anthropological.adjective
related to anthropology 
anthropologically.adverb
anthropologist.noun,.plural.anthropologists

antibody.noun,.plural.antibodies
word means 'against the body'; any of a large number of proteins of high molecular weight that are produced normally in response to what the body determines as threatening to its well being; vaccination ingredients are designed to stimulate.B cells.with what's called an antigen, but there are questions

antibiotic.noun,.plural.antibiotics
the word means 'against life'; a substance, such as penicillin or streptomycin, produced by or derived from certain fungi, bacteria and other organisms, that can destroy or inhibit the growth of other microorganisms; it's using one man made strong poison to counteract another weaker poison and now you have a stronger poison the body must then deal with. Antibiotics used to be widely used in the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases, but are now out of favor due to many negative issues
antibiotic.adjective
of.or.relating.to antibiotics; of or relating to antibiosis;  destroying life or preventing the inception or continuance of life
antibiotically.adverb
antibiosis.noun
an association between two or more organisms that is detrimental to at least one of them, perhaps because the antibiotic has affected them to be so; the antagonistic association between an organism and the metabolic substances produced by another, example being one part of the body trying too rid itself of a poison that affects another part of the body

antitoxin.noun,.plural.antitoxins
an antibody.formed in response to and capable of neutralizing a specific.toxin of biological.origin; concoctions of chemicals such as produced for use in risk prone.vaccinations also would fall into the antitoxin category, but they are toxic themselves, however serums.containing antitoxins continue to be developed to treat human and animal diseases.caused by the action of biological toxins, such as tetanus, botulism and diphtheria

antidote.noun,.plural.antidotes
a remedy or other agent.used to neutralize or counteract the effects of a poison; an agent that relieves or counteracts (walking as an antidote to nervous tension)
antidotally.adverb
antidotal.adjective

antigen.noun,.plural.antigens
normally a non toxic.substance, usually a protein or carbohydrate substance acting as a enzyme, which causes.production of an antibody; poisonous and dangerous vaccinations, are alleged to be capable of stimulating a response from one's natural immune.system and this done mostly with adjuvants (your system is designed to puke up poisons, bad food, etc., but injecting them into your blood stream is an entirely different and highly dangerous thing as it bypasses normal bodily responses in overriding the body's natural systems by means of chemically concocted injections); what's the difference between immunization and vaccination and always check the product monograph which comes with all vaccines, because in addition to injuries, many people are disabled for life or die from vaccines
antigenically.adverb
antigenic.adjective
antigenicity.noun

antiparticle.noun
is a particle with the same mass and spin and lifetime as a specific particle, but with an opposite charge (magnetic movement); example, the positron is the anti particle of the electron and vice versa

antipathy.noun,.plural.antipathies
a strong feeling of aversion or repugnance; enmity; an object of aversion

antithesis.noun,.plural.antitheses
the exact opposite; a contrast or opposition of thoughts
antithetically.adverb
antithetic, antithetical.adjectives

antitype.noun,.plural.antitypes
something that is foreshadowed by or identified with an earlier symbol.or.type, such as a figure or event in the New Testament having counterpart in the Old Testament; prefigure; a contrasting.type (Creator-God told the ancient.Israelites to come out of the bondage they were under in Egypt {Exodus 3:7-10} and he tells men and women today to come out of the bondage they may be in) 
antitypical.adjective

antiquity.noun,.plural.antiquities
ancient times, especially the times preceding the Middle Ages; the people, especially the writers and artisans, of ancient times (today's inventions were unknown to antiquity); considerable age (a carving of great antiquity); something, such as an object or a relic, belonging to or dating from ancient times

antique.adjective
belonging to, made in or typical of an earlier period in history; old (antiques discovered in excavations); of or dealing in antiques
antique.noun
an object having special value because of its age, especially a domestic item or piece of furniture or handicraft esteemed for its artistry, beauty or period of origin
antique, antiqued,antiquing, antiques.verbs
transitive verb use.to give the appearance of an antique to (antiqued an oak chest)
intransitive verb use.to hunt or shop for antiques
antiquely.adverb
antiqueness.noun

antiquated.adjective
old fashioned and out of date; archaic

antiquate, antiquated, antiquating, antiquates.transitive verbs
to make obsolete or old-fashioned; to antique (we took the antiquated vase to an antique shop)
antiquation.noun

antiquarian.adjective
of.or.relating.to antiquaries or to the study or collecting of antiquities
dealing in or having to do with old or rare books
antiquarian.noun,.plural.antiquarians
one who studies, collects or deals in antiquities
antiquarianism.noun
antiquary.noun,.plural.antiquaries
an antiquarian; an antiquary is a person who studies the past or who collects or buys and sells old and valuable objects; an expert on or student of antiquities; a collector of antiquities

apathy.noun
lack of feeling or emotion; impassiveness; lack of interest or concern; indifference; don't care to check out right from wrong

apathetic.adjective
having or showing little or no feeling or emotion; spiritless; having little or no interest or concern; indifferent
apathetically.adverb
synonym.impassive

apex.noun,.plural.apexes.or.apices
the highest point; the vertex (the apex of a triangle; the apex of a hill); the point of culmination; summit; the usually pointed end of an object; the tip (the apex of a leaf)

apparatus.noun,.plural.apparatus.or.apparatuses
an appliance or device for a particular.purpose (an vehicle wheel alignment.machine; a heart monitoring apparatus; an integrated.group of materials or devices used for a particular purpose (dental apparatus); equipment; the totality of means by which a designated.function is performed or a specific.task.executed; the apparatus of an organization.or.system, such as a family or a company, is its structure and method of operation; apparatus is the equipment, such as tools and machines, which is used to do a particular job or activity (one of the boys had to be rescued by firemen wearing breathing apparatus)

apparent.adjective
an apparent situation, quality or feeling seems to exist, although you cannot be certain that it does exist (it is apparent when one looks at the mathematics of the universe that a great intelligence designed it:.Psalms 14:1 "...The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God..."); appearing as such but not necessarily so; seeming.(an apparent advantage); readily seen; visible; readily understood; clear or obvious; readily seen; visible; readily understood; clear or obvious
apparently.adverb
you use apparently to indicate that the information you are giving is something that you have heard, but you are not certain that it is true; you use apparently to refer to something that seems to be true, although you are not sure whether it is or not
apparentness.noun
synonyms.clear, clearcut, distinct, evident, manifest, obvious, patent, plain

apparition.noun,.plural.apparitions
anything that appears unexpectedly or remarkably; a ghost; the act of appearing

amplitude.noun,.plural.amplitudes
greatness of size; magnitude; fullness; copiousness; breadth or range, as of intelligence; the maximum absolute (complete, perfect, not mixed, pure) value
Physics:.the maximum absolute value of a periodically varying quantity
Electronics:.the maximum absolute value reached by a voltage or current waveform (at maximum volume on the stereo the loudness was unbearable)

addict, addicted, addicting, addicts.transitive verbs
to devote or give (oneself) habitually or compulsively.(she was addicted to rock music); to cause to become compulsively and physiologically dependent on a habit forming substance (he was addicted to sugar drinks)
addict.noun
one who is addicted
addictive.adjective
addiction.noun,.plural.addictions
the condition and amount of being addicted (had an addiction for fast cars); compulsive.physiological need for a habit-forming substance

abridge, abridged, abridging,abridges.transitive verbs
to reduce the length of (a written text); condense; to cut short; curtail; shorten
abridger.noun
abridgment.also.abridgement.noun
the act of abridging or the state of being abridged; a written text that has been abridged

arbor.noun
a shady resting place in a garden or park, often made of rustic work or latticework on which plants, such as climbing shrubs or vines, are grown

abbreviate, abbreviated, abbreviating, abbreviates.transitive verbs
to make shorter; shorten; to reduce a word or phrase to a shorter form intended to represent the full form
abbreviation.noun,.plural.abbreviations
abbreviator.noun,.plural.abbreviators
Music:.any of various symbols used in notation to indicate that a series of notes is to be repeated

Akashic record.noun
Akashic comes from the East Indian Vedic scriptures and means space or the ether, the vacuum, the zero point, the stillness of all, where all memory is stored; the brain uses what's called, the Akashic Record to store our beliefs and retrieves them as thoughts this is the archive where all information of and produced by all people who have ever lived is stored; this is also called the mass consciousness, the collective mind, etc., where information comes to us from, in accordance with our attitudes and desires; all information in this invisible structure comes to us from it, depending on how our 'radio' is tuned; you have intent to change a radio station and similarly you have intent to make certain thoughts a part of you or not; if I asked what your first girlfriend looked like, what you're first kiss was like, the information comes to you from the Akashic Record

asynchronism.or.asynchrony.noun
lack of temporal.concurrence; absence of synchronism
asynchronous.adjective
asynchronously.adverb

alcove.noun
a recess or partly enclosed extension connected to or forming part of a room; a secluded structure, such as a bower, in a garden

allow, allowed, allowing, allows.verbs
transitive verb use.to let do or happen; permit.(we allow smoking only in certain areas; to permit the presence of (no pets are allowed inside); to permit to have (allow oneself a little treat); to make provision for; assign (the schedule allows time for a coffee break); to plan for in case of need (allow two inches in the fabric for shrinkage); to grant as a discount or in exchange (allowed me 20 dollars on my old printer)
intransitive verb use.to offer a possibility; admit (the poem allows of several interpretations); to take a possibility into account; make allowance (in calculating profit, retailers must allow for breakage and spoilage)
allowably.adverb
allowable.adjective

allowance.noun
the act of allowing; an amount that is allowed or granted (finished my weekly allowance of two eggs); something, such as money, given at regular intervals or for a specific.purpose (a travel allowance that covers hotel and restaurant bills); a price reduction, especially one granted in exchange for used merchandise (the dealer gave us an allowance on our old car); a consideration for possibilities or modifying.circumstances.(an allowance for breakage; made allowances for rush-hour traffic in estimating travel time); an allowed difference in dimension of closely mating machine parts; tolerance
allowance, allowanced, allowancing, allowances.transitive verbs
to put on a fixed allowance (cut expenses by strictly allowancing the sales representatives); to dispense in fixed quantities; ration

apple-polish, apple-polished, apple-polishing, apple-polishes.verbs
intransitive verb use.to seek favor by toadying
transitive verb use.to seek favor with; flatter; fawn
apple polisher.or.apple-polisher.noun

accelerate, accelerated, accelerating, accelerates.verbs
transitive verb use.to increase the speed of; to cause to occur sooner than expected; to cause to develop or progress more quickly (a substance used to accelerate a fire; meditation will accelerate higher consciousness)
Physics:.to cause a change of velocity
intransitive verb use.to move or act faster; speed
accelerative.adjective
accelerant.noun,.plural.accelerants
a substance, such as a petroleum distillate, that is used as a catalyst; an additive.concocted to increase the performance of fossil fuel.engines

acceleration.noun,.plural.accelerations
the act of accelerating; the process of being accelerated
Physics:.the rate of change of velocity with respect to time

accelerator.noun
something that increases speed; a device, especially the gas pedal of a motor vehicle for increasing speed
Chemistry:.a substance that increases the speed of a reaction Physics:.a device, such as a cyclotron or linear accelerator, that accelerates charged subatomic particles or nuclei to high energies, also called atom smasher
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