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aalst

aalto

aaronite

aaronite

Noun

  1. A descendant of Aaron; a Levite.

aaronitic

abacate

abacate

Noun

  1. Avocado.

abacinate

abacinate

Verb

  1. To blind by holding a red-hot metal rod or plate before the eyes

abacination

abacination

Noun

  1. The act of abacinating, of blinding with the light from hot metal

abacist

abacist

Noun

  1. One who uses an abacus in casting accounts; a calculator.

abacot

abacterial

abacterial

Adjective

  1. Not caused by bacteria; characterized by a lack of bacteria.

abactinal

abactinal

Adjective

  1. Pertaining to the surface or end opposite to the mouth in a radiate animal.

abactinally

abactinally

Adverb

  1. (As seen or measured) from the end opposite the mouth in a radiate animal (to the other end).

abaction

abaction

Noun

  1. Carrying away by force, definition of animals.
  2. Stealing cattle on a large scale.

abactor

abactor

Noun

  1. One who steals and drives away cattle or beasts by herds or droves; a cattle rustler.

abadite

abadite

Noun

  1. Alternative form of Ibadite.

abaft

abaft

Preposition

  1. Behind; toward the stern relative to some other object or position; aft of.

Adverb

  1. Backwards.
  2. On the aft side; in the stern.

abagtha

abalation

abalienate

abalienate

Verb

  1. To transfer the title of from one to another; to alienate.
  2. To estrange; to cause alienation of.

abalienated

abalienating

abalienation

abandonment

abandonment

Noun

  1. The act of abandoning, or the state of being abandoned; total desertion; relinquishment.
  2. The voluntary leaving of a person to whom one is bound by a special relation, as a wife, husband or child; desertion.
  3. An abandoned building or structure.
  4. The relinquishment of a right, claim, or privilege; relinquishment of right to secure a patent by an inventor; relinquishment of copyright by an author.
  5. The relinquishment by the insured to the underwriters of what may remain of the property insured after a loss or damage by a peril insured against.
  6. The cessation of service on a particular segment of the lines of a common carrier, as granted by a government agency.
  7. A refusal to receive freight so damaged in transit as to be worthless and render carrier liable for its value.
  8. The self-surrender to an outside influence.
  9. Abandon; careless freedom or ease; surrender to one's emotions.

abandonments

abanet

abannition

abantes

abaptiston

abaptiston

Noun

  1. A trepan having a conical shape so that injurious penetration of the brain is impossible.

abaptistum

abarthrosis

abarthrosis

Noun

  1. A form of articulation that allows considerable change in position and spatial relationship between the articulated parts, and which bones move freely upon one another; diarthrosis. name=Traber/>

abarticular

abarticular

Adjective

  1. Away from the joints; not articular.

abarticulation

abarticulation

Noun

  1. An articulation, especially one that permits free motion in the joint; a hinge joint.
  2. The act of dislocating a joint.

abasement

abasement

Noun

  1. The act of abasing, humbling, or bringing low.
  2. The state of being abased or humbled; humiliation.

abasements

abashment

abashment

Noun

  1. The state of being abashed; embarrassment from shame.

abashments

abastard

abastard

Verb

  1. To abastardize.

abastardize

abastardize

Verb

  1. To stigmatize as a bastard; debase.

abastral

abatable

abatable

Adjective

  1. Capable of being abated.

abatage

abate

abated

abatement

abatements

abater

abaters

abates

abatic

abating

abating

Noun

  1. Anesis.

abatis

abatised

abatised

Adjective

  1. Provided with an abatis.

abatises

abatjour

abatjours

abaton

abator

abator

Noun

  1. A person who, without right, enters into a freehold on the death of the last possessor, before the heir or devisee.

Noun

  1. One who abates, ends, or does away with a nuisance.

abators

abats

abattage

abattage

Noun

  1. The slaughter of animals, especially diseased ones to limit the spread of the disease.
  2. The anchoring of the wheels of an artillery piece, preparatory to firing.

abattis

abattised

abattises

abattoir

abattoir

Noun

  1. A public slaughterhouse for cattle, sheep, etc.
  2. A place likened to a slaughterhouse.American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition

abattoirs

abattu

abattue

abatua

abature

abature

Noun

  1. Grass and sprigs beaten or trampled down by a stag passing through them.

abbate

abbatial

abbatial

Adjective

  1. Belonging to, relating to, or pertaining to an abbey, abbot, or abbess.

abbatical

abbatie

abbatie

Noun

  1. The office, tenure, estate, or jurisdiction of an abbot.

abbest

abbeystead

abbeystede

abboccato

abbot

abbotcies

abbotcy

abbotcy

Noun

  1. abbacy

abbotnullius

abbotric

abbotric

Noun

  1. An abbacy.

abbots

abbotsen

abbotsford

abbotship

abbotship

Noun

  1. The state, term, or office of an abbot; abbacy.

abbotships

abbotson

abbotsun

abbott

abbott

Proper noun

  1. name transferred from the surname.

abbottson

abbottstown

abbottstown

Proper noun

  1. A borough in Adams County, Pennsylvania

abbreviatable

abbreviate

abbreviate

Verb

  1. To shorten by omitting parts or details.
  2. To speak or write in a brief manner.
  3. To make shorter; to shorten; to abridge; to shorten by ending sooner than planned.
  4. To reduce a word or phrase by means of contraction or omission to a shorter recognizable form.
  5. To reduce to lower terms, as a fraction.

Adjective

  1. Abbreviated; abridged; shortened.
  2. Having one part relatively shorter than another or than the ordinary type.

Noun

  1. An abridgment.

abbreviated

abbreviated

Adjective

  1. Shortened; made briefer.
  2. Relatively short; shorter than normal, or compared to others.
  3. Scanty, as in clothing.

abbreviately

abbreviately

Adverb

  1. In an abbreviate way.

abbreviates

abbreviating

abbreviation

abbreviations

abbreviator

abbreviator

Noun

  1. definition; one who abbreviates or shortens.
  2. One of a college of seventy-two officers of the papal court whose duty is to make a short minute of a decision on a petition, or reply of the pope to a letter, and afterwards expand the minute into official form.

abbreviators

abbreviatory

abbreviatory

Adjective

  1. Serving or tending to abbreviate; shortening; abridging.

abbreviature

abbreviature

Noun

  1. An abridgment; a compendium; an abstract.
  2. An abbreviated state or form.
  3. A shortened form of a word or phrase, used in place of the whole; an abbreviation.
  4. The process of abbreviating.

abbroachment

abdat

abderite

abderite

Noun

  1. An inhabitant or native of Abdera, in Thrace.
  2. Democritus, the Laughing Philosopher.

abdest

abdest

Noun

  1. Islamic act of washing parts of the body using water for ritual prayers and for handling and reading the Qur'an; of

abdicant

abdicant

Adjective

  1. Abdicating; renouncing.

Noun

  1. One who abdicates.

abdicate

abdicate

Verb

  1. To disclaim and expel from the family, as a father his child; to disown; to disinherit.
  2. To formally separate oneself from or to divest oneself of.
  3. To depose.
  4. To reject; to cast off; to discard.
  5. To surrender, renounce or relinquish, as sovereign power; to withdraw definitely from filling or exercising, as a high office, station, dignity; to fail to fulfill responsibility for.
  6. To relinquish or renounce a throne, or other high office or dignity; to renounce sovereignty.

abdicated

abdicates

abdicating

abdication

abdication

Noun

  1. The act of disowning or disinheriting a child.
  2. The act of abdicating; the renunciation of a high office, dignity, or trust, by its holder.
  3. The voluntary renunciation of sovereign power
  4. The renunciation of interest in a property or a legal claim; abandonment.
  5. The action of being deposed from the seat of power.

abdications

abdicative

abdicative

Adjective

  1. Causing, or implying, abdication.

Noun

  1. A reasoning from the negative

abdicator

abdicator

Noun

  1. A person supporting the abdication of another.
  2. One who abdicates.

abditive

abditive

Adjective

  1. Having the quality of hiding

abditory

abditory

Noun

  1. A concealed location used for storage or to hide items.

abdominoanterior

abdominocentesis

abdominocentesis

Noun

  1. Extraction of peritoneal fluid from the abdomen for evaluation, using a trocar

abdominocystic

abdominocystic

Adjective

  1. Relating to the abdomen and to the bladder.

abdominogenital

abdominogenital

Adjective

  1. Relating to the abdomen and to the genitals.

abdominohysterectomy

abdominohysterectomy

Noun

  1. Removal of the uterus via an incision made in the abdominal wall rather than via the vagina.

abdominohysterotomy

abdominohysterotomy

Noun

  1. An incision of the uterus, done through a surgical hole in the abdomen.

abdominoposterior

abdominothoracic

abdominothoracic

Adjective

  1. Relating to the abdomen and the thorax, or chest.

abducent

abducent

Adjective

  1. Drawing away from the median axis of the body, as a muscle; abducting.

Noun

  1. That which abducts; an abducens.

abducentes

abduct

abduct

Verb

  1. To take away by force; to carry away (a human being) wrongfully and usually with violence or deception; to kidnap.
  2. To draw away, as a limb or other part, from its ordinary position; to move similar parts apart.

abducted

abducted

Adjective

  1. Having been kidnapped; having become the victim of an abduction

abducting

abduction

abduction

Noun

  1. Leading away; a carrying away.
  2. The act of abducing or abducting; a drawing apart; the movement which separates a limb or other part from the axis, or middle line, of the body.
  3. A syllogism or form of argument in which the major premise is evident, but the minor is only probable.
  4. The wrongful, and usually forcible, carrying off of a human being.

abductions

abductor

abductor

Noun

  1. One who abducts; a kidnapper.

Noun

  1. A muscle which serves to draw a part out, or from the median line of the body

abductores

abductores

Noun

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

abductors

abducts

abelite

abeltree

abeltree

Noun

  1. A Eurasian tree, Populus alba, that is widely cultivated in North America. 1976

abenteric

abenteric

Adjective

  1. Relating to organs outside of the intestine.

abeokuta

abeokuta

Proper noun

  1. A city in southwest Nigeria.

abepithymia

abernant

abernathy

abernethy

abernethy

Proper noun

  1. A village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland

aberrant

aberrant

Adjective

  1. Differing from the norm.
  2. Straying from the right way; deviating from morality or truth.
  3. Deviating from the ordinary or natural type; exceptional; abnormal.

Noun

  1. A person or object that deviates from the rest of a group.
  2. A group, individual, or structure that deviates from the usual or natural type, especially with an atypical chromosome number.

aberrantly

aberrantly

Adverb

  1. In an aberrant manner; abnormally.

aberrants

aberrate

aberrate

Verb

  1. To go astray; to diverge; to deviate (from); deviate from.
  2. To distort; to cause aberration of.

aberrated

aberrated

Adjective

  1. Abnormal; distorted; irregular; atypical.

aberrating

aberration

aberrational

aberrational

Adjective

  1. Characterized by aberration.

aberrations

aberrative

aberrative

Adjective

  1. Descriptive of an object or measurement that has deviated or been knocked, momentarily and sharply, from the more dominant, normal or expected course or trajectory to which it either has or is expected to return in the longer term.