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argentine of or resembling silver.
argentous of or containing univalent silver.
argillaceous of or containing clay or its components.
Argo (italics) in Greek mythology, the ship used by Jason in his search for the Golden Fleece.
argon a chemical element of the inert gas group that has eighteen protons in each nucleus. (symbol: Ar)
Argonaut in Greek mythology, any of the crew of the Argo, who sailed with Jason in search of the Golden Fleece.
argosy a large merchant vessel, esp. one carrying valuable merchandise. [3 definitions]
argot the vocabulary or jargon characteristic of a specific group or class, esp. of criminals.
arguable suitable as a subject for argument. [2 definitions]
arguably as is able to be supported by argument.
argue to put forward reasons for or against something. [5 definitions]
argument a discussion in which there is disagreement along with presentation of various sides of an issue. [5 definitions]
argumentation the process of developing an elaborate argument based on logic. [2 definitions]
argumentative given to argument, debate, or violent clashes of opinion, often without cause; contentious.
argyle of a knitted article, having a diamond-shaped pattern of two or more colors. [3 definitions]
aria a melody or song. [2 definitions]
Ariadne Cretan princess, daughter of King Minos, who gave Theseus the thread that enabled him to find his way out of the Labyrinth.
-arian one who believes in, has, promotes, or is associated with. [2 definitions]
Arian variant of Aryan.
Arianism the doctrines of Arius, who believed that Jesus Christ was not of the same substance or nature as God, but was the highest of created beings.
arid extremely dry or parched, esp. as land which has received little or no rainfall. [2 definitions]