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1.) to put up with
2.) to remain
Abide
to humiliate; degrade
Abase
to give up a position, usually one of leadership
Abdicate
to aid; help
Abet
(adj.) wretched, pitiful
abject
to reject, renounce
abjure
denial of comfort to oneself
Abnegation
to abolish,usually by authority
Abrogate
to sneak away and hide
Abscond
freedom from blame, guilt, sin
Absolution
to agree
Accede
(n.) high praise
Acclaim
Acclaim
Accolade
an agreement
Accord
(n) slow growth in size or amount
Accretion
acrimonious
Acerbic
to agree without protesting
Acquiesce
impervious; unyielding
Adamant
extremely skilled
Adept
To caution
Admonish
to decorate
Adorn
dexterous, skillful
Adroit
Accolade
Adulation
To sketch out in a vague way
Adumbrate
antagonistic; unfavorable
Adverse
friendly, amiable
Affable
to increase or make greater
Aggrandize
1. (n.) a whole or total
2. (v.) to gather into a
mass
Aggregate
quick, nimble
Agile
to soothe, ease
Allay
alleviate
Abate
to distribute, set aside
Allocate
reserved; distant
Aloof
to bring together, unite
Amalgamate
willing, compliant
Amenable
an item that increases comfot
Amenity
being out of correct chronological order
anachronistic
something that reduces pain
analgesic
cursed, detested person
Anathema
lively
Animated
something that doesn't fit into a normal order
Anomaly
hostility
Antagonism
ancient
Antediluvian
fictituous, wrong, false
Apocryphal
Accolade
App______
Approbation
One who can solve a dispute
Arbiter
the process or act of resolving a dispute
Arbitration
esoteric
Arcane
the most representative or typical example of something
Archetypal
ectreme vigor
Ador
to take without justification
Arrogate
practicing restraint as a means of self-discipline, usually religious
Ascetic
a curse, expression of ill-will
Aspersion
a place of refuge, protection, a sanctuary
Asylum
excessively bold
Audacious
very bare, bleak
Austere