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alterable capable of being changed or altered.
alterant resulting in or producing alteration. [2 definitions]
alteration the state or process of altering. [3 definitions]
alterative tending to alter or cause alteration.
altercate to argue heatedly; quarrel.
altercation a loud or angry argument or quarrel.
alter ego a second self or another aspect of oneself. [2 definitions]
alternate to continuously rotate or take turns with one another (usu. fol. by with). [9 definitions]
alternate angles a pair of nonadjacent angles that are formed on opposite sides of a line where it crosses two others transversely.
alternating current electrical current that reverses direction at regular intervals. (Cf. direct current.)
alternation the act or process of alternating. [2 definitions]
alternative one of two or more possibilities; option. [5 definitions]
alternator a generator which produces alternating electrical current.
althea any of a group of plants having tall spikes of flowers, such as hollyhocks.
Althea Gibson U.S. professional tennis player, who was the first African-American woman to win all the major world singles tennis titles (b.1927--d.2003).
althorn any of various brass wind instruments in the alto or tenor range, esp. the altosaxhorn; alto horn.
although in spite of the fact that; even though; though.
altimeter an altitude-measuring device such as a specially calibrated barometer.
altitude the height of a given object or location above a specified base, such as sea level or earth. [4 definitions]
alto the vocal range between tenor and soprano, being the lowest for the female and highest for the male. [5 definitions]
alto clef in musical notation, a clef with middle C on the middle line of the staff, or the sign identifying this clef; viola clef.