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Abdicate
verb

formally remove oneself from; give up; resign
abduct
verb

carry off or lead away by force; kidnap
abhor
verb

shrink from; hate
abnormal
adjective

deviating from the normal; unusual
abrasion
noun

scraping of or wearing away of the skin by friction; irritation
abrupt
adjective

broken off; sudden; unexpected
abscond
verb

depart seceretly; flee; escape
absolve
verb

1. set free from some duty; excuse
2. declare free from guilt or blame
absorbing
adjective

fully taking away one's attention; extreamly interesting
abstain
verb

withhold oneself deliberately from doing something; refrain
averse
adjective

opposed; unwilling; disinclined
avert
verb

turn away; ward off; prevent; forestall
avocation
noun

occupation away from one's customary ocupation; hobby
adapt
verb

fit to; adjust
addicted
adjective

given over (to a habit); habituated; devoted
adequate
adjective

equal to, or sufficient for, a specific need; enough; sufficient
adhearent
noun

one who sticked to a leader, part, etc.; followerl faithful supporter
adjeacent
adjective

lying near; nearby; neighboring; border
adjourn
verb

put of to another day; suspend a meeting to resume at a future time defer recess
advent
noun

a "coming to"; arrival; apporach
adversary
noun

person "turned toward" or facing another as an opponent; foe
adverse
adjective

in oppostition to one's interest; hostile; unfavorable