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aperture
an opening; a gap
apex
the highest point; summit
aphasia
loss of a previously held ability to speak or write language due to injury or disease of the brain
aphorism
brief saying; proverb
apiary
place where bees are kept
aplomb
self-confidence; poise
apocryphal
doubtful; not authentic; FAKE
apogee
farthest point away from the earth
apoplexy
stroke; sudden loss of consciousness; parlysis
apostate
one who gives up his beliefs
apothecary
druggish
apothegm
brief instructive saying
apotheosis
glorification of a person to the rank of God; deification
appall
to frighten; to cause loss of courage
apparel
clothing; atire
apparition
ghost
appease
to soothe; to satisfy
appellation
a name, designation, or title
append
to attach; to add
apposite
appropriate; apt; relevant
apprehend
to seize
to understand
apprehensive
fearful; anxious
apprise
to inform
approbation
approbrate
official approval
to officially approve
appropriate
to take possession of (v)
suitable (adj)
appurtenance
something added to another more important thing, adjunct; accessory A PERK
apropos
relevant; appropriate; fitting
aptitude
ability
aquatic
pertaining to water
aquiline
like an eagle; curved or hooked