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anthology
(noun)


a collection, especially of literary works

(an THAHL uh jyze)
anthropomorphic
(adjective)

ascribing human characteristics to nonhuman animals or objects

This word is derived from the Greek word anthropos which means man or human and the Greek word morphos which means shape or form
(an thruh pu MAWR fik)
antipodal
(adjective)

situated on opposite sides of the earth: exactly opposite

(an TIP ud ul)
antiquity
(noun)

ancientness; ancient times

(an TIW wuh tee)
aperture
(noun)

an opening

(AP ur chur)
apex
(noun)

highest point

(AY peks)
apogee
(noun)

the most distant point in the orbit of the moon or of an artificial satellite

(AP uh jee)
apoplexy
(noun)

stroke (that is, numbness and paralysis resulting from the sudden loss of blook flow to the brain)

(AP uh plek see)
apostasy
(noun)

abandonment or rejection of faith or loyalty

(uh PAHS tuh see)
appalling
(adjective)

causing horror or consternation

(uh PAWL ing)