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r : 36.71%

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w : 4.21%

f : 4.12%

z : 3.03%

q : 1.10%

x : 0.74%

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abadejo

abatjour

abatjours

abidjan

abidjan

Proper noun

  1. The de facto capital and largest city of Côte d'Ivoire.

Adjective

  1. Of or relating to Abidjan.
  2. Of the style prevalent in Abidjan.

abijah

abject

abject

Adjective

  1. Rejected; cast aside.
  2. Sunk to or existing in a low condition, state, or position.
  3. Cast down in spirit or hope; degraded; servile; grovelling; despicable; lacking courage; offered in a humble and often ingratiating spirit.
  4. Showing utter hopelessness, helplessness; showing resignation; wretched.

Noun

  1. A person in the lowest and most despicable condition; a castaway; outcast.

Verb

  1. To cast off or out; to reject.
  2. To cast down; hence, to abase; to degrade; to lower; to debase.

abjectedness

abjectedness

Noun

  1. The state of being abjected.

abjection

abjection

Noun

  1. A low or downcast condition; meanness of spirit; abasement; degradation.
  2. Something cast off; garbage.
  3. The act of bringing down or humbling; casting down.
  4. The act of casting off; rejection.
  5. The act of dispersing or casting off spores.

abjections

abjective

abjective

Adjective

  1. Tending to make abject.

abjectly

abjectly

Adverb

  1. With great shame, desperately; in an abject fashion.

abjectness

abjectness

Noun

  1. The state of being abject; abasement; meanness; servility.

abjectnesses

abjoint

abjoint

Verb

  1. To form by cutting off as a protrusion from a parent cell.
  2. To separate from the hypha of a fungus by the formation of a septum.

abjudge

abjudge

Verb

  1. To confiscate by judicial decision.

abjudged

abjudging

abjudicate

abjudicate

Verb

  1. To reject by judicial sentence.
  2. To abjudge.

abjudicated

abjudicating

abjudication

abjudication

Noun

  1. Rejection by judicial sentence

abjudicator

abjugate

abjugate

Verb

  1. To unyoke; set free; uncouple.

abjunct

abjunction

abjunction

Noun

  1. The creation of spores by cutting off portions of the sporophore by the growth of septa; abstriction.

abjunctive

abjunctive

Adjective

  1. Exceptional, isolated, disconnected, separate,

abjuration

abjuration

Noun

  1. A solemn recantation or renunciation on oath; as, an abjuration of heresy.
  2. A repudiation on oath of a religious or political principle.
  3. The act of abjuring.

abjurations

abjuratory

abjuratory

Adjective

  1. Involving abjuration.

abjure

abjured

abjured

Adjective

  1. Having been renounced, forsworn or rejected.

abjurement

abjurement

Noun

  1. Renunciation

abjurer

abjurer

Noun

  1. One who abjures.

abjurers

abjures

abjuring

acajou

acajou

Noun

  1. The cashew tree. Lesley, ed. The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary. 5th. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.
  2. A cashew nut.
  3. The wood from the mahogany tree or other trees from the family Meliaceae.
  4. A moderate reddish brown that is slightly yellower and stronger than mahogany panel

acajous

adelaja

adj

adjacence

adjacence

Noun

  1. The state of being adjacent or contiguous; adjacency.
  2. That which is adjacent.

adjacencies

adjacency

adjacency

Noun

  1. The quality of being adjacent, or near enough so as to touch.
  2. A relationship of being adjacent to something.

adjacent

adjacent

Adjective

  1. Lying next to, close, or contiguous; neighboring; bordering on.
  2. Just before, after, or facing.

Noun

  1. Something that lies next to something else, especially the side of a right triangle that is neither the hypotenuse nor the opposite.

Preposition

  1. Next to; adjacent to; beside.

adjacently

adjacently

Adverb

  1. In such a way as to be adjacent.

adjag

adject

adject

Verb

  1. To annex

adjection

adjection

Noun

  1. Act of adjecting or adding, or the thing added.

adjectional

adjectional

Adjective

  1. Pertaining to adjection; that is, or may be, annexed.

adjectitious

adjectitious

Adjective

  1. Added; additional.

adjectival

adjectival

Adjective

  1. Of or relating to or functioning as an adjective.
  2. Of or relating to procedure, especially to technicalities thereof.

Noun

  1. An adjectival phrase or clause.

adjectivally

adjectivally

Adverb

  1. As, or in the manner of, an adjective.

adjective

adjectively

adjectively

Adverb

  1. As an adjective; adjectivally.

adjectives

adjectivism

adjectivitis

adjiga

adjiger

adjoin

adjoin

Verb

  1. To be in contact or connection with.
  2. To extend an algebraic object (e.g. a field, a ring etc.) by adding to it (an element not belonging to it) and all finite power series of (the element).

adjoinant

adjoinant

Adjective

  1. contiguous

adjoined

adjoinedly

adjoinedly

Adverb

  1. In an adjoined manner; connectedly.

adjoiner

adjoining

adjoining

Adjective

  1. Being in contact at some point or line; joining to; contiguous; bordering: an adjoining room.

adjoiningness

adjoins

adjoint

adjoint

Adjective

  1. definition
  2. That is related to another functor by an adjunction.
  3. Having a relationship of the nature of an adjoint (adjoint curve); sharing multiple points with.

Noun

  1. The transpose of the cofactor matrix of a given square matrix.
  2. Transpose conjugate.
  3. Hermitian conjugate.
  4. A functor related to another functor by an adjunction.
  5. A curve A such that any point of a given curve C of multiplicity r has multiplicity at least r–1 on A. Sometimes the multiple points of C are required to be ordinary, and if this condition is not satisfied the term sub-adjoint is used.
  6. An assistant to someone who holds a position in the military or civil service.
  7. An assistant mayor of a French commune.

adjoints

adjourn

adjourn

Verb

  1. To postpone.
  2. To defer; to put off temporarily or indefinitely.
  3. To end or suspend an event.
  4. To move from one place to another.

adjournal

adjournal

Noun

  1. adjournment; postponement

adjourned

adjourned

Adjective

  1. Having been adjourned; suspended or paused.

adjourning

adjournment

adjournment

Noun

  1. The state of being adjourned.
  2. The action of adjourning.
  3. Ampliatio.

adjournments

adjourns

adjoust

adjt

adjudge

adjudge

Verb

  1. To declare to be.
  2. To deem or determine to be.
  3. To award judicially; to assign.

adjudgeable

adjudged

adjudger

adjudger

Noun

  1. One who adjudges.

adjudges

adjudging

adjudgment

adjudgment

Noun

  1. The action of imposing judgment.

adjudicata

adjudicate

adjudicate

Verb

  1. To settle a legal case or other dispute.
  2. To act as a judge.

adjudicated

adjudicates

adjudicating

adjudication

adjudication

Noun

  1. The act of adjudicating, of reaching a judgement.
  2. A judgment or sentence.
  3. The decision upon the question of whether the debtor is a bankrupt.
  4. (emergency response) The process of identifying the type of material or device that set off an alarm and assessing the potential threat with corresponding implications for the need to take further action.
  5. A process by which land is attached as security or in satisfaction of a debt.

adjudications

adjudicative

adjudicative

Adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to an adjudication or to an adjudicator.

adjudicator

adjudicator

Noun

  1. One who adjudicates.

adjudicators

adjudicatory

adjudicatory

Adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to an adjudication.

adjudicature

adjudicature

Noun

  1. An act of adjudication; a judgment.

adjugate

adjugate

Verb

  1. To yoke an animal to something

Noun

  1. The transpose of the respective cofactor matrix, for a given matrix. One of the factors in calculating the inverse of a matrix. Commonly notated as adj(A), where A is the given matrix.

adjument

adjument

Noun

  1. Help; support.
  2. One who helps.

adjunct

adjunct

Noun

  1. An appendage; something attached to something else in a subordinate capacity.
  2. A person associated with another, usually in a subordinate position; a colleague.
  3. A quality or property of the body or mind, whether natural or acquired, such as colour in the body or judgement in the mind.
  4. A key or scale closely related to another as principal; a relative or attendant key.
  5. A dispensable phrase in a clause or sentence that amplifies its meaning, such as "for a while" in "I typed for a while".
  6. A constituent which is both the daughter and the sister of an X-bar.
  7. Symploce.
  8. One of a pair of morphisms which relate to each other through a pair of adjoint functors.

Adjective

  1. Connected in a subordinate function.
  2. Added to a faculty or staff in a secondary position.

adjunction

adjunction

Noun

  1. The act of joining; the thing joined or added.
  2. A form of similarity between a pair of categories, which are mapped to each other by a pair of adjoint functors which come with a related pair of natural transformations called unit and counit which satisfy a pair of triangular identities.
  3. The joining of personal property owned by one to that owned by another.

adjunctions

adjunctive

adjunctive

Adjective

  1. forming an adjunct
  2. additional; neither basic nor primary
  3. the property of two operations x and y, such that ax(ayb) = a, and ay(axb) = a

Noun

  1. a connector joining two components of the same weight, such as a coordinating conjunction
  2. a substance added as a supplement; often in the phrase "additives and adjunctives."

adjunctively

adjunctively

Adverb

  1. In an adjunctive way.

adjunctly

adjunctly

Adverb

  1. In an adjunct manner.

adjuncts

adjuntas

adjuration

adjuration

Noun

  1. A grave warning
  2. A solemn oath.

adjurations

adjuratory

adjuratory

Adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to an adjuration.

adjure

adjured

adjurer

adjurer

Noun

  1. One who adjures.

adjurers

adjures

adjuring

adjuror

adjurors

adjust

adjust

Verb

  1. To modify.
  2. To improve or rectify.
  3. To settle an insurance claim.
  4. To change to fit circumstances.

adjustability

adjustability

Noun

  1. The state or condition of being adjustable.

adjustable

adjustable

Adjective

  1. capable of being adjusted

adjustably

adjustably

Adverb

  1. In a way that is adjustable.

adjustage

adjustage

Noun

  1. adjustment

adjustation

adjusted

adjusted

Adjective

  1. Which has been compensated in order to avoid bias.

adjuster

adjuster

Noun

  1. One who adjusts, especially for the insurance industry's employment title "loss adjuster" (or "claims adjuster" in the United States).

adjusters

adjusting

adjusting

Noun

  1. Adjustment.

adjustive

adjustive

Adjective

  1. Tending to adjust.

adjustment

adjustment

Noun

  1. The action of adjusting something
  2. The result of adjusting something; a small change; a minor correction; a modification or alteration
  3. The settling or balancing of a financial account
  4. The behavioural process of balancing conflicting needs, or needs against obstacles in the environment.
  5. The assessment, by an insurance company, of a claim; the settlement of such a claim

adjustmental

adjustmental

Adjective

  1. Relating to adjustment.

adjustments

adjustor

adjustores

adjustoring

adjustors

adjusts

adjutage

adjutancies

adjutancy

adjutancy

Noun

  1. The state or office of being an adjutant, assistant, or helper.

adjutant

adjutants

adjutantship

adjutator

adjute

adjute

Verb

  1. To add.

adjutor

adjutor

Noun

  1. A male adjutant; a helper or assistant; The Oxford English Dictionary (2007)

adjutorious

adjutory

adjutory

Adjective

  1. Serving to help or assist.

adjutrice

adjutrix

adjutrix

Noun

  1. A female adjutor.

adjuvant

adjuvant

Adjective

  1. helping; helpful; assisting.
  2. Designating a supplementary form of treatment; specifically, a cancer therapy administered after removal of a primary tumour.

Noun

  1. Someone who helps or facilitates; an assistant, a helper.
  2. Something that enhances the effectiveness of a medical treatment; a supplementary treatment.
  3. An additive (as in a drug) that aids or modifies the action of the principal ingredient.
  4. An additive (often a separate product) that enhances the efficacy of pesticide products, but has little or no pesticidal activity itself.
  5. A substance enhancing the immune response to an antigen.

adjuvants

adjuvate

adjuvate

Verb

  1. To help; to further.

adonijah

aerojet

aguaji