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abdicate

(ab -di-kat)
1. to cast off
2. to relinwuish formally
3. to gie up a position with now possibility of resumining it
abound

(a-bound)
to be present in large numbers or in great quanity, be prevalent
acquittal

(ac-quit-tal)
1. setting free from the charge of an offense by verdict, sentence
2. a legal process
admirable

(ad-m(a)-ra-bal)
deserving the highest esteen
aesthetic

(es-the-tik)
1.relating to, dealing with
2. pleasing in apprearance
affidavit

(a-fa-da-vat)
a sworn statement in writing made especially under oath, before an authorized officer
affiliate

(a-fi-le-at
to bring or receive inot close connection as a smember or branch, to associate as a member
amiable

(a-me-a-bal)
pleasing, admirable, agreeable
amnesty

(am-na-ste)
the act of an authority(as a governemnt) by which paren is granted to a large group of people
analogy

(a-na-la-ge)
inference that if two or more things agree with one another in some respects they will prob. agree in others
annihilate

(a-ni-a-lat)
to casue to be of no effect,

to regard as no consequence
antiquity

(an-ti-kwa-te)
ancient times, the quality of being ancient
apex

(a-oeks)
1. the upper most point
2. the narrowed or pointed end
appease

(a-pez)
1. to bring to a state of peace or quiet
2. to cause to subside
apprehensive

(ap-pre-hen-sive)
1. viewing the future with anxiety or alarm