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arose past tense of arise.
around in a circle or part of a circle. [13 definitions]
around the bend (informal) crazy; insane.
around the clock through all twenty-four hours; without stopping; tirelessly.
arouse to awaken (a person or animal) from sleep. [4 definitions]
arpeggio the playing of each note in a musical chord rapidly, one after the other rather than simultaneously. [2 definitions]
arquebus variant of harquebus.
arr.1 abbreviation of "arrival," the act of reaching a certain place or goal.
arr.2 abbreviation of "arrangement," the act of putting things in order, esp. the adaptation of a piece of music for a particular style of performance.
arrack in the Middle East and neighboring areas, any of various liquors distilled from materials such as fermented rice or molasses.
arraign to bring before a court of law to respond to a charge or indictment. [2 definitions]
arrange to put in a desired order or configuration. [4 definitions]
arrangement the act of putting things in order. [5 definitions]
arrant complete; unmitigated; downright.
arras a richly woven tapestry. [2 definitions]
array to put in proper order; arrange. [6 definitions]
arrearage the condition of being in arrears or behind in the payment of a debt. [2 definitions]
arrears a debt that is late in being paid. [2 definitions]
arrest to slow down; impede; stop. [6 definitions]
arresting capable of attracting and holding attention. [2 definitions]
arrhythmia any abnormality in the rhythm or strength of the heartbeat.