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assume to put on outwardly; pretend; affect. [1/3 definitions]
auxin any of a group of organic compounds, often plant hormones, that affect plant growth.
backwash to affect with backwash. [1/4 definitions]
boomerang to return to or adversely affect the originator, as an actual boomerang or as a scheme that backfires. [1/3 definitions]
circumstance a situation composed of various factors that affect one. [1/6 definitions]
compel to affect or influence forcefully. [1/3 definitions]
concern to relate to or be about; affect. [1/6 definitions]
curse to express the desire that some misfortune might affect (someone or something), esp. the misfortune of damnation to hell. [1/9 definitions]
get to evoke an emotional response; affect. [1/15 definitions]
glaciate to affect by glacial movement or change. [1/3 definitions]
halo effect the tendency of extraneous material or ideas to affect a judgment, attitude, or the like, esp. in a favorable direction. [1/2 definitions]
-id3 used in adjectives, esp. those describing conditions that affect the senses.
immune protected from or not subject to something that does affect others. [1/2 definitions]
impact to affect directly; to have a direct impact on. [1/4 definitions]
infect to affect as though by contagion. [1/4 definitions]
involve to affect. [1/6 definitions]
mildew to affect with or be affected by mildew. [1/3 definitions]
neurology the branch of medical science that deals with the nervous system and diseases that affect it.
neurotropic tending to enter or affect nerve tissue, as certain viruses.
oligopsony the market condition that exists when the number of buyers is so small that the actions of just one of them can affect price. (Cf. duopsony, monopsony.)
passive receiving an action without acting in return, or being unresponsive to something that affects or might be expected to affect one directly. [1/6 definitions]