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abdicate
(v) to give up formally, as an office, duty, power, or claim.
abet
(v) to encourage or assist, esp. in wrongdoing
abhor
(v) to regard with horror and loathing; to hate intensley
abject
(adj) a. wretched, miserable; degrading, humiliating.
b. mean-spirited, base; despicable, contemptible.
c.complete and unrelieved.
abslove
(v) to clear of guilt or blame
abstain
(v) to refrain completely and voluntarily.
academic
(adj) a. pertaining to a college or other institution of learning; scholarly.
b.theoretical rather than practical; unrealistic.
accede
(v) a. to yeild to; to agree to.
b. to enter upon an office or dignity.
acclimate
(v) to get used to (usually environmental situation)
addiction
(n) a habit-forming practice or pursuit, usually one that is bad for a person's health or morally objectionable; habitual use of, or devotion to, something