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anguish
extreme sadness, torment
animated
lively
annex
to incorporate territory or space
a room attached to a larger room or space
annul
to make void or invalid
anomaly
something that does not fit into the normal order
anonymous
being unknown, unrecognized
antagonism
hostility
antecedent
something that came before
antediluvian
ancient
antipathy
a strong dislike, repugnance
antiquated
old, out of date
antithesis
the absolute opposite
anxiety
intense uneasiness
apathetic
lacking concern, emotion
apocryphal
fictitious, false, wrong
appease
to calm, satisfy
appraise
to assess the worth or value of
apprehend
to seize, arrest
to
perceive, understand, grasp
approbation
praise
appropriate
to take, make use of
arable
suitable for growing crops
arbiter
one who can resolve a dispute, make a decision
arbitrary
based on factors that appear random
arbitration
the process or act of resolving a dispute
arboreal
of or relating to trees
arcane
obscure, secret, known only by a few
archaic
of or relating to an earlier period in time, outdated
archetypal
the most representative or typical example of something
ardor
extreme vigor, energy, enthusiasm
arid
excessively dry
arrogate
to take without justification
artisan
a craftsman
ascertain
to perceive, learn
ascetic
practicing restraint as a means of self-discipline, usually religious
ascribe
to assign, credit, attribute to
aspersion
a curse, expression of ill-will
assail
to attack
assiduous
hard-working, diligent
assuage
to ease, pacify