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anticipate, anticipated, anticipating, anticipates.transitive verbs
to feel or realize beforehand; foresee; to look forward to, especially with pleasure; expect
anticipatable, anticipatory.adjectives
an anticipatory feeling or action is one that you are expecting to do because of something due to happen soon (an anticipatory smile)

if something is done in anticipation of an event, it is done because people believe that event is going to happen; anticipation is a feeling of excitement about something pleasant or exciting you believe will occur in your life; the act of anticipating (with great anticipation we awaited the arrival of our sister)

having, producing or designating different optical magnification along mutually perpendicular-radii.(an anamorphic lens)

a medieval (related to or belonging to the Middle Ages 476 to 1453 A.D.) chemical philosophy having as its asserted aims the transmutation of base metals into gold, the discovery of the panacea; a seemingly magical power or process of transmuting; in other words, a coming to understand enough about things created and then tinkering with them, often out of nefarious.ambitions (people just can't leave things as is, things that already work well, so many of man's attempts bypass the knowledge of God's creation but use things of it for their own concoctions, by combining them in ways that are not good, ways which are always inferior to what God has made and made to work perfectly, such as the immune system which works just fine, but which man in his idiocy is destroying it by overriding it with vaccinations, which don't at all safely work, often causing massive harm, initially and accumulatively and over time heading toward death in its process)

a practitioner of alchemy

adopt, adopted, adopting, adopts.transitive verbs
to take into one's family through legal means and raise as one's own child; to take up and make one's own (adopt a new idea, a new technique)

appreciation is being thankful for something and telling the person so who caused you to feel this way (he appreciated the unexpected gift); appreciation of something is the recognition and enjoyment of its good qualities; recognition of the quality, value, significance or magnitude of people and things; a judgment or opinion, especially a favorable one; an expression of gratitude; awareness or delicate.perception, especially of aesthetic.qualities or values; an appreciation of a situation or problem is an overstanding of what it involves; a rise in value or price, especially over time (these old LP's (Long Playing records) from the 1950's have increased greatly in value and thus price since they were purchased)
appreciate, appreciated, appreciating, appreciates.transitive verbs
to be thankful or show gratitude for (I really appreciate your help); to recognize the quality, significance.or.magnitude of (appreciated their freedom); to be fully aware of or sensitive to; realize (I appreciate your problems); to admire greatly; value; to raise in value or price, especially over time
intransitive verb use.to increase in value or price, especially over time

capable of or showing appreciation

possible to estimate, measure or perceive (appreciable changes in temperature); perceptible

amends.plural.noun-(used with a singular or plural verb)
recompense for grievance or injury (the new law offers no amends to victims of crime; you must make amends to them for the insult); reparation-
amend, amended, amending, amends.verbs
transitive verb use-to change for the better; improve (amended the earlier proposal so as to make it more comprehensive); to remove the faults or errors in; correct; to alter (a legislative measure, for example) formally by adding, deleting or rephrasing
intransitive verb use.to better one's conduct; reform
the act of changing for the better; improvement (society may sometimes show signs of repentance and amendment); a correction or an alteration, as in a manuscript; a formal revision of, addition to or change, as in a bill or a constitution; a statement of such a change
serving or tending to amend; corrective

attended by favorable.circumstances; propitious-(an auspicious time to ask for a raise in salary); favorable; marked by success; prosperous
auspiciousness.noun.(words ending in 'ess' are usually without pluralization - adding an 'es' making '...esses' is clumsy)

if something is done under the auspices of a particular person or organization or under someone's auspices, it is done with their support and approval; protection or support; patronage; a sign indicative of future prospects; an omen (auspices for the venture seemed favorable)

John Adams 1735-1826. The first Vice President (1789-1797) andsecond President (1797-1801) of the United States of America. He drafted of the Declaration of Independence which was to play a part in the Constitution of the United States of America.

John Quincy Adams, his son 1767-1848, was the sixth President of the United States (1825-1829).

dexterous; deft; skillful and adept under pressing conditions

an institution for the care of people, especially those with physical or mental impairments, who require organized supervision or assistance; a place offering protection and safety; a shelter; a place, such as a church, formerly constituting an inviolable refuge for criminals or debtors; the protection afforded by a sanctuary; protection and immunity from extradition granted by a government to a political refugee from another country

the reappearance of a characteristic in an organism after several generations of absence; throwback; the return of a trait or recurrence of previous behavior after a period of absence

affect, affected, affecting, affects.transitive verbs
to have an impact or influence on or effect a change in (inflation affects the buying power of the dollar); to act on the emotions of (the touching scene affected her); influence, impress
influenced by or resulting from the emotions (a person cries when they have been affected by something emotionally moving); concerned with or arousing.feelings or emotions; emotional
things able to affect other things in some way (two affectives one can try for gloomy days are a trip out shopping with friends, a book to read and a movie)
(compare 'effect' for usage of both affect and effect); see more Usage notes

affect, affected, affecting, affects.transitive verbs
to put on a false show of; simulate (affected a Scottish accent; in low consciousness people have at least 6 personas); pretend; if something affects a person or thing, it influences them or causes them to change in some way; if you are affected by something, it has caused you to change in some way (she was pleasantly surprised how the drier climate affected her); to produce an effect upon (too much cloudy, rainy weather affects one's attitude); to produce a material influence upon or alteration in; compare 'effect'
assumed.unconsciously or simulated to impress others (an affected Scottish accent); speaking or behaving in an artificial way to make an impression; disposed or inclined

a show, pretense or display; behavior that is assumed rather than natural; artificiality; a particular habit, as of speech or dress, adopted to give a false impression

a tender feeling toward another; fondness; love
having or showing fond feelings or affection; loving and tender

archipelago.noun,.plural.archipelagoes or archipelagos
a large group of islands (the Philippine archipelago); a sea, such as the Aegean, containing a large number of scattered islands

abandoned, abandoned, abandoning, abandons.transitive verbs
to withdraw one's support, interest in or help from, especially in spite of duty, allegiance or responsibility; desert (abandon a friend in trouble); if you abandon a place, thing or person, you leave the place, thing or person permanently or for a long time, especially when you should not do so (he claimed that his parents had abandoned him; the road is strewn with abandoned vehicles); to give up by leaving or ceasing to operate or inhabit, especially as a result of danger or other impending threat (abandoned the ship); if you abandon an activity or piece of work, you stop doing it before it is finished); to surrender one's claim to, right to or interest in; give up entirely; relinquish; to cease trying to continue; desist from (abandoned the search for the missing hiker); if you abandon an idea or way of thinking, you stop having that idea or thinking in that way (logic had prevailed and he had abandoned the idea); if people abandon ship, they get off a ship because it is sinking; if people abandon a project, they give up on it and leave it alone)
unbounded.enthusiasm; exuberance; complete surrender of inhibitions

abandonpronounce, abandoned, abandoning, abandons.transitive verbs
if you say that someone does something with abandon, you mean that they behave in a wild, uncontrolled way and do not think or care about how they should behave (he has spent money with gay abandon); to yield oneself completely, as to emotion (some teenagers with less than optimum upbringing (*) often live in wild abandon for a couple of years until they learn more about life {*})

a coming; the coming or arrival, especially of something extremely important (the advent of Christ; the advent of the computer and the Internet)
a member of any of several Christian.denominations that believe the Second Coming of Christ and the end of the world are near

not inherent but added extrinsically; accidental; capricious; in biology, of or belonging to a structure that develops in an unusual place (adventitious roots)

not native to and not fully established in a new habitat or environment; locally or temporarily naturalized (an adventive weed)
an adventive organism

a means of approaching, entering, exiting or making use of; passage; the act of approaching; the right to approach, enter, exit or make use of (has access to the restricted park area; has access to the animals to feed them)
access, accessed, accessing, accesses.transitive verbs
to obtain access to data or processes

easily approached or entered; easily obtained (accessible ramps for wheelchair veterans); easy to talk to or get along with; easily swayed or influenced

attempt, attempted, attempting, attempts.transitive verbs
to make an effort; endeavor (he attempted to read the entire novel in one sitting); to try to perform, make or achieve (we attempted the difficult maneuver without assistance)
an effort or a try (attempted fish for the first time)

a constellation in the Northern hemisphere between Lacerta and Perseus and south of Cassiopeia containing a large spiral galaxy visible to the naked eye, the spiral being 1.84 × 105 light-years from Earth; in Greek mythology, Andromeda is the name of the daughter of Cepheus and Cassiopeia and wife of Perseus, who had rescued her from a sea monster