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abash
v. to make ashamed; to embarass
abate
v. to subside; to reduce
abdictate
v. to step dowb from a position of power or responsability
aberration
n. something not typical; a deviation from the standard
abhor
v. to hate very, very much; to detest
abject
adj. hopeless; extremely sad and servile; defeated
abnegate
v. to deny oneself things; to reject; to renounce
abortive
adj. unsuccessful
abridge
v. to shorten; to condense
absolute
adj. total; unlimited; perfect
absovle
v. to forgive or free from blame; to free from sin; to free from an obligation
abstinent
adj. abstaining; voluntarily not doing something, especially something pleasant, that is bad for you or has a bad reputation
abstract
adj. theoretical; impersonal
abstruse
adj. hard to understand
abysmal
adj. extremely hopeless or wretched; bottomless
accolade
n. an award; an honor
accost
v. to approach and speak to someone aggressively
acerbic
adj. bitter; sour; severe
acqiesce
v. to comply passively; to accept; to assent; to agree
acrid
adj. harsh; like acid
acrimonious
adj. full of spite; bitter; nasty
acumen
n. keenness of judgement; mental sharpness