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Augsburg Confession
a Lutheran statement of faith approved by Martin Luther as prepared by his German friend Melanchthon which became the foundation of the Lutheran church

Anglo-Saxon.noun,.plural.Anglo-Saxons
a member of one of the Germanic peoples, the Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes, who settled in Britain in the 5th and 6th centuries  A.D.; any of the descendants of the Anglo-Saxons, who were dominant in England until the Norman Conquest of 1066 A.D.; a man, woman or child of English ancestry
Anglo-Saxon.adjective
of.relating.to.or.characteristic of Anglo-Saxons, their descendants or their language or culture; English
Angle.noun,.plural.Angles
a member of a Germanic people that migrated to England from southern Jutland in the 5th century A.D., founded the kingdoms of Northumbria, East Anglia and Mercia and together with the Jutes and Saxons formed the Anglo-Saxon peoples

abroad.adjective
out of one's own country (about 15 per cent of its sales come from abroad)
abroad.adverb
if you go abroad, you go to a foreign country, one which is separated from the country where he lives by an ocean or a sea (I would love to go abroad this year, perhaps overseas to the South of France); out of one's own country; in a foreign country or countries
abroad.noun
a foreign country or countries in which to live or travel (many people prefer the scenery in their own country, close to home, disliking going abroad)

apogee.noun
the apogee of something such as an educational degree, culture or a business is its highest or its greatest point; the farthest or highest point; the apex; the point in the orbit of the moon or of an artificial satellite most distant from the center of the Earth; the point in an orbit most distant from the body being orbited
apogean.adjective

aunt.noun,.plural.aunts
the sister of one's father or mother; the wife of one's uncle
aunthood.noun

afraid.adjective
removal from a state of peace; filled with fear (afraid of heights); having feelings of aversion or unwillingness in regard to something (not afraid of learning any type of work as she knew it only looks difficult until one comprehends it); apprehensive, fearful (she was afraid of snakes)

antisocial.adjective
shunning the society of others; not sociable; averse to or contemptuous of the established social order; marked by or engaging in behavior that violates.accepted.mores (criminal behavior or conduct that violates the rights of other individuals is antisocial; disrespectful of others; rude
antisocially.adverb

acclimate, acclimated, acclimating, acclimates.intransitive.and.transitive verbs
to accustom or become accustomed to a new environment or situation; adapt

adjourn, adjourned, adjourning, adjourns.verbs
transitive verb use.to suspend until a later stated time
intransitive verb use.to suspend proceedings to another time or place; to move from one place to another (after the meal we adjourned to the patio)
adjournment.noun,.plural.adjournments

autobiography.noun,.plural.autobiographies
the biography of a human being written by that person
autobiographer.noun,.plural.autobiographers
autobiographic.or.autobiographical.adjective
autobiographically.adverb

ashore.adverb
to or onto the shore (driven ashore by the wind); on land (spent the day ashore)

ache, ached, aching, aches.intransitive verbs
to suffer a fairly strong pain or a dull, sustained pain; to feel sympathy or compassion toward another (her heart ached when her children got hurt); to yearn painfully (refugees who ached for their homeland)
ache.noun,.plural.aches
a dull, steady pain

agriculture.noun,.plural.agricultures
the science, art and business of producing nutritious food by cultivating the soil, producing crops and raising livestock; farming
agricultural.adjective
agriculturally.adverb
agriculturist.or.agriculturalist.noun
agriculturists.or.agriculturalists.plural

agrobiology.noun
the study of plant nutrition and growth as related to soil condition and its application to crop production
agrobiologic.or.agrobiological.adjective
agrobiologically.adverb
agrobiologist.noun,.plural.agrobiologists

agrology.noun
the applied science of soils in relation to crops
agrologic.or.agrological.adjective
agrologically.adverb
agrologist.noun,.plural.agrologists

agronomy.noun
application of the various.soil and plant sciences to soil management and crop production; scientific agriculture (how.farmers and all gardeners can have healthy, inexpensive, safe and very productive soils)
agronomic.or.agronomical.adjective
agronomically.adverb
agronomist.noun,.plural.agronomists

aid, aided, aiding, aids.intransitive.and.transitive verbs
to furnish with help, support or relief
aid.noun,.plural.aids
the act or result of helping; assistance; an assistant or a helper; a device that assists (visual aids such as glasses; a hearing aid)
aider.noun,.plural.aiders

awhile.adverb
for a short time

adipose.adjective
of, relating.to.or.composed of animal fat; fatty
adipose.noun
the fat found in adipose tissue
adiposity.or.adiposeness.noun

annals.plural.noun
a chronological.record of the events of successive years; a descriptive.account or record; a history; a periodical.journal in which the records and reports of a learned field are compiled
annalistic.adjective
relating to annals (a book with an annalistic approach)
annalistically.adverb
annalist.noun,.plural.annalists
one who writes annals; a chronicler

anesthetize, anesthetized, anesthetizing, anesthetizes.transitive verbs
to induce anesthesia in someone
anesthetization.noun
the state of having an anesthetic affect one

anesthesia.or.anaesthesia.noun
total or partial loss of sensation, especially tactile sensibility, induced by disease, injury, acupuncture or an anesthetic, such as chloroform or nitrous oxide; local or general insensibility to pain with or without the loss of consciousness, induced by an anesthetic, such as when a local anesthetic is applied to the toe to remove an ingrown toenail

anesthetic.noun,.plural.anesthetics
an agent that causes loss of sensation with or without the loss of consciousness; something likened to this in effect (some people feel that television becomes an anesthetic for the mind after too many hours of steady viewing)
anesthetically.adverb
anesthetic.adjective
resembling anesthesia; causing anesthesia; insensitive

anesthesiology.or.aesthesiology.noun.plural.anesthesiologies
the medical study and application of anesthetics

anesthesiologist.or.anaesthesiologist.noun,.plural.anesthesiologists
a physician.specializing in anesthesiology
anesthetist.or.anaesthetist.noun,.plural.anesthetists
a person specially trained to administer anesthetics

acupuncture.noun,.plural.acupunctures
acupuncture is the treatment of a person's illness or pain by sticking small needles into their body at certain places in order to align the body's natural energy field as proven in Kirlian photography
acupuncturist.noun,.plural.acupuncturists
an acupuncturist is a person who performs acupuncture

advertise, advertised, advertising, advertises.verbs
intransitive verb use if you advertise something such as a product, an event or a job, you tell people about it in newspapers, on television or on posters in order to encourage them to buy the product, go to the event or apply for the job; to advertise is to call attention to; if you advertise for someone to do something for you, for example to work for you or share your accommodation, you announce it in a newspaper, on television or on a notice board (we advertised for staff in a local newspaper); if you do not advertise the fact that something is the case, you try not to let other people know about it
advertiser.noun,.plural.advertisers
an advertiser is a person or company that pays for a product, event or job to be advertised in a newspaper, on television or on a poster
advertisement.noun,.plural.advertisements
an advertisement is an announcement in a newspaper, on television or on a poster about something such as a product, event or job; if you say that an example of something is an advertisement for that thing in general, you mean that it shows how good that thing is; a picture, set of words or a short film, which is intended to persuade people to buy a product or use a service or that gives information about a job that is available, an event that is going to happen, etc.; an advertisement for (the Sunday papers are full of advertisements for cars)
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