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admire to hold in high esteem; respect. [2 definitions]
admissible capable or deserving of being admitted or conceded; allowable, esp. in a legal sense.
admission the act, process, or result of allowing entry. [4 definitions]
admit to grant entry. [3 definitions]
admittance the act or process of entering or admitting. [2 definitions]
admittedly by willing confession, admission, or acknowledgment.
admix to mix with or into something else; make an admixture with.
admixture the act of mixing or the condition of being mixed. [2 definitions]
admonish to caution or warn. [3 definitions]
admonition a mild but serious warning, correcting, or urging. [3 definitions]
admonitor one who admonishes.
ad nauseam until one is sick of the thing being done, told, or the like.
ado excited activity; fuss.
adobe a building material of sun-dried clay mixed with straw, usu. made into bricks. [3 definitions]
adolescence the period between puberty and adulthood. [2 definitions]
adolescent of the period between puberty and adulthood. [3 definitions]
Adolf Hitler the Austrian-born chancellor and dictator in Nazi Germany in 1933-45 (b.1889--d.1945).
Adonis in Greek mythology, a young man loved by Aphrodite because of his great beauty. [2 definitions]
adopt to take on as one's own (a manner, style, or point of view). [3 definitions]
adoptable combined form of adopt.
adoption the act or fact of becoming the legal parent of another person's child, or the act or condition of being thus adopted as another's child. [2 definitions]