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ABASH
TO MAKE ASHAMED OR UNEASY; DISCONCERT
ABDUCT
TO CARRY OFF; KIDNAP
ABHORRENCE
1.ONE THAT IS DISGUSTING, LOATHSOME, OR REPELLENT
2.A FEELING OF REPGNANCE
ABJECT
1.BEING OF THE MOST DISGRACEFUL KIND
2.BROUGHT LOW IN CONDITION OR STATUS
ABNORMAL
NOT TYPICAL, USUAL OR REGULAR
ABORIGINE
1.THE EARLIEST KNOWN INHABITANTS OF A REGION
2.THE FLORA AND FAUNA NATIVE TO AN AREA
ABSOLVE
TO PRONOUNCE CLEAR OF GUILT OR BLAME
ACCEDE
TO GIVE ONE'S CONSENT, OFTEN AT THE INSISTANCE OF ANOTHER
ACCLAIM
TO PRAISE ENTHUSIASTICALLY AND OFTEN PUBLICALLY
ADAGE
A SAYING THAT SETS FORTH A GENERAL TRUTH AND THAT HAS GAINED CREDIT THROUGH LONG USE; A PROVERB
ADEPT
1.VERY SKILLED
2.A HIGHLY SKILLED PERSON
ADHERENT
1.A SUPPORTER OF A CAUSE OR INDIVIDUAL
2.STICKING OR HOLDING FAST
ADMONISH
TO WARN OR CAUTION
ADROIT
SKILLFULL, DEFT
ADVENT
1.THE COMING OR ARRIVAL, ESP. OF SOMETHING IMPORTANT
2.THE SEASON INCLUDING THE FOUR SUNDAYS PRECEEDING CHRISTMAS
AFFLUENT
1.GENEROUSLY SUPPLIED WITH MONEY, PROPERTY, POSSESSIONS; RICH
2.A RICH PERSON
AFTERMATH
A CONSEQUENCE
AGGRESSION
THE ACT OF INITIOATING HOSTILITIES OR INVASION
AGHAST
STRUCK BY SHOCK, TERROR OR AMAZEMENT
AGILE
CHARACTERIZED BY QUICKNESS, LIGHTNESS, AND EASE OF MOVEMENT
ALLEGE
TO ASSERT WITHOUT OR BEFORE PROOF
ALLUSION
AN INSTANCE OF INDIRECT REFERENCE
AMASS
TO COME TOGETHER
AMNESTY
TO GRANT A GENERAL PARDON, ESP. OF FED. OFFENSES
ANNALS
A DISCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT OR RECORD, A HISTORY
ANNIHILATE
TO DESTROY, NULLIFY, ABOLISH
ANNUL
TO MAKE OR DECLARE INVALID
ANNOYMOUS
HAVING AN UNKNOWN OR UNACKNOWLEDGED NAME
ANTAGONISTIC
INDICATING OPPOSITION OR RESISTANCE
ANTIDOTE
A REMEDY OR OTHER AGENT USED TO NEUTRALIZE OR COUNTERACT THE EFFECTS OF A POISON