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abducentes

abductores

abductores

Noun

  1. of. Sometimes used instead of abductor when referring to the anatomical muscles.

aberduvine

abjudicate

abjudicate

Verb

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

abruptedly

absurdness

absurdness

Noun

  1. The quality of being absurd; absurdity.

abundances

accoutered

accursedly

accursedly

Adverb

  1. In an accursed manner.
  2. Damnably; extremely.

accustomed

accustomed

Adjective

  1. (of a person) Familiar with something through repeated experience; adapted to existing conditions.
  2. (of a thing, condition, activity, etc.) Familiar through use; usual; customary.
  3. Frequented by customers.

acensuador

acequiador

acerbitude

acerbitude

Noun

  1. Sourness and harshness; acerbity.

achenodium

aciculated

acidulated

acidulates

acquainted

acquainted

Adjective

  1. Personally known; familiar.

acquiesced

acquirenda

acquisited

actualised

actualized

actualized

Adjective

  1. Having become actual; having been realized or made real.

acuminated

adaptitude

adaptitude

Noun

  1. Adaptedness; special aptitude.

addressful

adduceable

adduceable

Adjective

  1. Able to be adduced.

adenoneure

adenovirus

adephagous

adequacies

adequately

adequately

Adverb

  1. In an adequate manner.
  2. Sufficient to satisfy a requirement or meet a need; sufficiently; satisfactorily.
  3. Barely satisfactory or sufficient.

adequation

adequative

adequative

Adjective

  1. equivalent or sufficient; adequate.

adjudgment

adjudgment

Noun

  1. The action of imposing judgment.

adjudicate

adjudicate

Verb

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

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."

adjustable

adjustable

Adjective

  1. capable of being adjusted

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

adjustores

adlumidine

admeasured

admeasurer

admeasurer

Noun

  1. Agent noun of admeasure; one who admeasures.

admixtures

adoxaceous

adulatress

adulatress

Noun

  1. A female adulator.

adullamite

adullamite

Noun

  1. An inhabitant of Adullam. Near this town there was a cave where David and his allies sought refuge from Saul.
  2. A member of the anti-reform faction of the British Liberal Party in the 19th century.

adulterant

adulterate

adulterate

Adjective

  1. Tending to commit adultery.
  2. Corrupted; impure; adulterated.

Verb

  1. To corrupt.
  2. To spoil by adding impurities.
  3. To commit adultery.
  4. To defile by adultery.

adulterers

adulteress

adulteress

Noun

  1. A female adulterer, a married woman or wife who commits adultery.

adulteries

adulterine

adulterize

adulterize

Verb

  1. To commit adultery.
  2. To adulterate.

adulterous

adulterous

Adjective

  1. Of, or characterized by adultery.

adulticide

adulticide

Noun

  1. A pesticide designed to kill adult insects rather than their larvae.

Verb

  1. To treat with adulticide.

adumbrated

adumbrated

Adjective

  1. Obscured.
  2. Foreshadowed.
  3. Depicted on a shield as an outline instead of as a solid figure.

adumbrates

adventured

adventurer

adventurer

Noun

  1. One who enjoys adventures
  2. A person who seeks a fortune in new and/or dangerous enterprises.
  3. A soldier of fortune, a speculator.
  4. A person who tries to advance their social position by somewhat devious means
  5. A player of adventure games or text adventures.

adventures

aegopodium

aeluroidea

afterguard

aftersound

aftersound

Noun

  1. A sound that persists or remains audible after its source has ceased to produce it.

afterstudy

ailuroidea

airbrushed

albumenoid

aluconidae

aluminised

aluminized

ambulanced

ambuscaded

ambuscader

ambuscader

Noun

  1. One who ambushes, or who is involved in an ambush.

ambuscades

ameiuridae

amplitudes

ampullated

ampullated

Adjective

  1. ampullate

andalusite

andalusite

Noun

  1. An aluminium nesosilicate mineral, Al2SiO5.

andouillet

androecium

androecium

Noun

  1. The set of a flower's stamens.

andromaque

aneuploidy

aneuploidy

Noun

  1. The condition of being aneuploid; the state of possessing a chromosome number that is not an exact multiple of the haploid number of the organism in question.

anguinidae

anhungered

anhungered

Adjective

  1. Hungry.

annelidous

annelidous

Adjective

  1. Of or pertaining to annelids

annualized

annunciade

antifeudal

antifeudal

Adjective

  1. Opposing a feudal system.

antiquated

antiquated

Adjective

  1. old-fashioned, out of date

anucleated

anucleated

Adjective

  1. Not nucleated; anucleate.
  2. From which the nucleus has been removed.

aperulosid

apiculated

apiculated

Adjective

  1. apiculate

applauders

aquaplaned

aquatinted

arthurdale

asphodelus

attenuated

attenuated

Adjective

  1. Made, or become weak; subject to attenuation.
  2. Long and tapering (especially of leaves)

attributed

auburndale

audacities

audibertia

audiencier

audiogenic

audiogenic

Adjective

  1. Produced by sound.

audiometer

audiometer

Noun

  1. An instrument which is used to determine the acuity of hearing.

audiometry

audiometry

Noun

  1. The quantitative assessment of a person's hearing ability, especially by means of an audiometer.

audiophile

audiophile

Noun

  1. A person with an interest in high fidelity sound reproduction and its associated technology.

audiotapes

auditioned

auditories

auletrides

auspicated

authorised

authorized

authorized

Adjective

  1. Explicitly allowed.

autobolide

autoclaved

autodermic

autodialed

autodialer

autodialer

Noun

  1. an electronic device that can automatically dial telephone numbers to communicate between any two points in the telephone, mobile phone and pager networks
  2. malicious software, embedded in a website, that routes dial-up Internet connections to a different telephone number charged at a premium rate

autoheader

autoloader

autoloader

Noun

  1. A mechanical device that loads ordnance into weapons such as tanks and artillery that would otherwise be loaded by a dedicated crew.
  2. A mechanical device that automatically loads storage media (such as tapes or disks) into the device that can read them.
  3. a semi-automatic firearm

autosender

autoxidize

aviculidae

backhauled

badmouthed

bainbrudge

balourdise

balustered

balustrade

bandcutter

banebrudge

bankrupted

baudelaire

baudronses

bawdyhouse

beadhouses

beatitudes

beauregard

beautified

beautified

Adjective

  1. Having been made beautiful.

beautihood

bebuttoned

bebuttoned

Adjective

  1. Wearing clothes, or an item of clothing, with many buttons.

beclouding

beclouding

Noun

  1. The process of becoming clouded or obscured.

becousined

becudgeled

bedehouses

bedouinism

bedouinism

Noun

  1. Nomadic desert life, like that of the bedouins.

bedrugging

befuddlers

befuddling

begrudging

begrudging

Adjective

  1. envious
  2. reluctant

bejaundice

belaboured

beliquored