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A person who writes a book, a story, an article, or another written work
author
Past tense of eat.
ate
To bring to public notice; give formal notice of
announce
Once more; anew
again
The form of "a" used before words beginning with a vowel or with an unpronounced "h"
an
Approximately; roughly
about
Behind in place or order
after
One or some; no matter which ; of whatever kind
any
To direct weapon or remark
aim
In or near the posiion or location of
at
To put a question to
ask
To change,set, or regulate in order to improve or make suitable.
adjust
A person who is absent.
absentee
Something that happens without being planned or known in advance
accident
Together with or along with; as well as
and
The season of the year between summer and winter, lasting from the autumnal equinox in late September to the winter solstice in late December
autum
Not present; not on hand
absent
To be present at; go to
attend
Second person singular present tense of BE
are
On every occasion; without exception
always
To succeed in accomlishing something.
achieve
To put in a specific order or relation
arrange
From a particular thing or place
away
Equally; to the same degree or quantity that; equally with
as
On all sides or in all directions
around
To give or bestow a prize, ,edal, or other honor for outstanding performance or quality
award
To have or share the same opinon; concur.
agree
To confirm or consent to officially; sanction; ratify
approve
The first letter of the English alphabet
a
To receive, to admit to a group.
accept