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abound to be found or available in a large amount or number. [1/2 definitions]
accessible able to be approached, reached, or obtained; available. [1/3 definitions]
all-out using every resource or means available.
approachable available to others; easily approached.
at one's fingertips readily available.
attached (informal) married or in a romantic relationship; not single or available as a partner. [1/4 definitions]
availability the condition of being available.
back-order to submit an order for (something) to be filled at a later time, as when (it) is available.
bankroll one's readily available money. [1/3 definitions]
bill of fare a list of the dishes available; menu.
brownout a curtailment or reduction of available electrical power in a neighborhood or city.
budget the amount of money available or designated for a certain period or purpose. [1/3 definitions]
carry to make (news, a program, or the like) available to viewers or listeners, as a newspaper or a television or radio station. [1/16 definitions]
cash money that is readily available; liquid funds or capital. [1/3 definitions]
catalog a systematic, usu. annotated, list of books, merchandise, or the like that is available in or from a source such as a library or mail order merchandiser. [1/5 definitions]
charter of a vehicle or type of transportation, available or hired by contract. [1/7 definitions]
clairvoyance the supposed supernatural ability to perceive events that have not yet occurred or things not directly available to the five senses. [1/2 definitions]
common easily found; widely known, or available. [1/9 definitions]
condemn to declare (land or property) to be available for public use under the right of eminent domain. [1/5 definitions]
counter check a check available at a bank to customers with accounts, for making withdrawals.
coverage the amount or type of protection available against loss or liability as provided by insurance or reserve funds, or the protection itself. [1/3 definitions]