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abbess

abbess
(n.) A female superior or governess of a nunnery, or convent of nuns, having the same authority over the nuns which the abbots have over the monks. See Abbey.

abdest

abdest
(n.) Purification by washing the hands before prayer; -- a Mohammedan rite.

abject

abject
(a.) Cast down; low-lying.
(a.) Sunk to a law condition; down in spirit or hope; degraded; servile; groveling; despicable; as, abject posture, fortune, thoughts.
(a.) To cast off or down; hence, to abase; to degrade; to lower; to debase.
(n.) A person in the lowest and most despicable condition; a castaway.

ablest

ablest
Having necessary power skill or resources adjective of able most capable
Most capable

abseil

abseil
Lower oneself with a rope coiled around the body from a mountainside; "The ascent was easy--roping down the mountain would be much more difficult and dangerous"; "You have to learn how to abseil when you want to do technical climbing"
(mountaineering) a descent of a vertical cliff or wall made by using a doubled rope that is fixed to a higher point and wrapped around the body

absent

absent
(a.) Being away from a place; withdrawn from a place; not present.
(a.) Not existing; lacking; as, the part was rudimental or absent.
(a.) Inattentive to what is passing; absent-minded; preoccupied; as, an absent air.
(v. t.) To take or withdraw (one's self) to such a distance as to prevent intercourse; -- used with the reflexive pronoun.
(v. t.) To withhold from being present.

accede

accede
(v. i.) To approach; to come forward; -- opposed to recede.
(v. i.) To enter upon an office or dignity; to attain.
(v. i.) To become a party by associating one's self with others; to give one's adhesion. Hence, to agree or assent to a proposal or a view; as, he acceded to my request.

accend

accend
(v. t.) To set on fire; to kindle.

accent

accent
(n.) A superior force of voice or of articulative effort upon some particular syllable of a word or a phrase, distinguishing it from the others.
(n.) A mark or character used in writing, and serving to regulate the pronunciation; esp.: (a) a mark to indicate the nature and place of the spoken accent; (b) a mark to indicate the quality of sound of the vowel marked; as, the French accents.
(n.) Modulation of the voice in speaking; manner of speaking or pronouncing; peculiar or characteristic modification of the voice; tone; as, a foreign accent; a French or a German accent.
(n.) A word; a significant tone
(n.) expressions in general; speech.
(n.) Stress laid on certain syllables of a verse.
(n.) A regularly recurring stress upon the tone to mark the beginning, and, more feebly, the third part of the measure.
(n.) A special emphasis of a tone, even in the weaker part of the measure.
(n.) The rhythmical accent, which marks phrases and sections of a period.
(n.) The expressive emphasis and shading of a passage.
(n.) A mark placed at the right hand of a letter, and a little above it, to distinguish magnitudes of a similar kind expressed by the same letter, but differing in value, as y', y''.
(n.) A mark at the right hand of a number, indicating minutes of a degree, seconds, etc.; as, 12'27'', i. e., twelve minutes twenty seven seconds.
(n.) A mark used to denote feet and inches; as, 6' 10'' is six feet ten inches.
(v. t.) To express the accent of (either by the voice or by a mark); to utter or to mark with accent.
(v. t.) To mark emphatically; to emphasize.

accept

accept
(a.) Accepted.
(v. t.) To receive with a consenting mind (something offered); as, to accept a gift; -- often followed by of.
(v. t.) To receive with favor; to approve.
(v. t.) To receive or admit and agree to; to assent to; as, I accept your proposal, amendment, or excuse.
(v. t.) To take by the mind; to understand; as, How are these words to be accepted?
(v. t.) To receive as obligatory and promise to pay; as, to accept a bill of exchange.
(v. t.) In a deliberate body, to receive in acquittance of a duty imposed; as, to accept the report of a committee. [This makes it the property of the body, and the question is then on its adoption.]

access

access
(n.) A coming to, or near approach; admittance; admission; accessibility; as, to gain access to a prince.
(n.) The means, place, or way by which a thing may be approached; passage way; as, the access is by a neck of land.
(n.) Admission to sexual intercourse.
(n.) Increase by something added; addition; as, an access of territory. [In this sense accession is more generally used.]
(n.) An onset, attack, or fit of disease.
(n.) A paroxysm; a fit of passion; an outburst; as, an access of fury.

achene

achene
(n.) Alt. of Achenium

addeem

addeem
(v. t.) To award; to adjudge.

addend

addend
A number that is added to another number (the augend)

adders

adders
Small terrestrial viper common in northern Eurasia
A machine that adds numbers
A person who adds numbers

adhere

adhere
(v. i.) To stick fast or cleave, as a glutinous substance does; to become joined or united; as, wax to the finger; the lungs sometimes adhere to the pleura.
(v. i.) To hold, be attached, or devoted; to remain fixed, either by personal union or conformity of faith, principle, or opinion; as, men adhere to a party, a cause, a leader, a church.
(v. i.) To be consistent or coherent; to be in accordance; to agree.

adject

adject
(v. t.) To add or annex; to join.

adread

adread
(v. t. & i.) To dread.

advene

advene
(v. i.) To accede, or come (to); to be added to something or become a part of it, though not essential.

advent

advent
(n.) The period including the four Sundays before Christmas.
(n.) The first or the expected second coming of Christ.
(n.) Coming; any important arrival; approach.

adverb

adverb
(n.) A word used to modify the sense of a verb, participle, adjective, or other adverb, and usually placed near it; as, he writes well; paper extremely white.
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