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Admonish,(v)
to
Adroit (adj)
adept,
Adulation,(n)
excessive
Adulterate,(v)
to
Adumbrate,(v)
to
Aesthetic,(adj)
dealing
Aggrandize,(v)
to
Alacrity,(n)
eager
Alchemy,(n)
a
Alloy,(v)
to
Amalgamate,(v)
to
Ameliorate,(v)
to
Amenable,(adj)
agreeable,
Anachronism,(n)
something
Anathema,(n)
a
Anodyne,(adj)
soothing
Anomaly (n)
deviation
Antipathy,(n)
aversion,
Antithetical,(adj)
diametrically
Apocryphal,(adj)
of
Apogee,(n)
farthest
Apostate,(n)
one
Apotheeosis,(n)
deification,
Apposite,(adj)
appropriate,
Apprise,(v)
to
Approbation,(n)
an
Appropriate
,(v)
Admonish
(v)
Adroit
(adj)
Adulation
(n)
Adulterate
(v)
Adumbrate
(v)
Aesthetic
(adj)
Aggrandize
(v)
Alacrity
(n)
Alchemy
(n)
Alloy
(v)
Amalgamate
(v)
Ameliorate
(v)
Amenable
(adj)
Anachronism
(n)
Anathema
(n)
Anodyne
(adj)
Anomaly (n)
deviation
Antipathy
(n)
Antithetical
(adj)
Apocryphal
(adj)
Apogee
(n)
Apostate
(n)
Apotheeosis
(n)
Apposite
(adj)
Apprise
(v)
Approbation
(n)
Appropriate
(v)
Admonish
(v)to
Adroit
(adj)adept,
Adulation
(n)excessive
Adulterate
(v)to
Adumbrate
(v)to
Aesthetic
(adj)dealing
Aggrandize
(v)to
Alacrity
(n)eager
Alchemy
(n)a
Alloy
(v)to
Amalgamate
(v)to
Ameliorate
(v)
Amenable
(adj)agreeable,
Anachronism
(n)something
Anathema
(n
Anodyne
(adj)
Anomaly (n)deviation
from
Antipathy
(n)aversion,
Antithetical
(adj)
Apocryphal
(adj)of
Apogee
(n)farthest
Apostate
(n)
Apotheeosis
(n)deification,
Apposite
(adj)appropriate,
Apprise
(v)to
Approbation
(n)
Appropriate
(v)to
Admonish
(v) to reprove, or express warning or disapproval
Adroit
(adj) adept, dexterous
Adulation
(n) excessive praise, intense adoration
Adulterate
(v) to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
Adumbrate
(v) to foreshadow vaguely, intimate, suggest or outline sketchily
Aesthetic
(adj) dealing with, appreciateive of, or responsive to art or the beautiful
Aggrandize
(v) to increase in intensity, power or prestige; to make appear greater
Alacrity
(n) eager and enthusiastic willingness
Alchemy
(n) a medieval science aimed at the transmutation of metals, especially base metals into gold; any magical or wonderful transformation
Alloy
(v) to commingle, to debase by mixing with something inferior
Amalgamate
(v) to combine several elements into a whole
Ameliorate
(v) to make better or more tolerable
Amenable
(adj) agreeable, responsive to suggestion
Anachronism
(n) something or someone out of place in terms of historical or chronological context
Anathema
(n) a solemn or ecclesiatical (religious) curse; accursed or thoroughly loathed person or thing
Anodyne
(adj) soothing
Anomaly
(n) deviation from the normal order, form, or rule; abnormality
Antipathy
(n) aversion, dislike
Antithetical
(adj) diametrically opposed, as in antithesis
Apocryphal
(adj) of dubious authenticity or origin; spurious
Apogee
(n) farthest or highest pint; culmination; zenith
Apostate
(N) one who abadons long-held religious or political convictions, a betrayer of a cause
Apotheeosis
(n) deification, glorifictaion to godliness, the perfect example
Apposite
(adj) appropriate, pertinent, relevant, apropos
Apprise
(v) to give notice to, inform
Approbation
(n) an expression of approval or praise
Appropriate
(v) to take for one's own use, confiscate