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abnormal psychology the branch of psychology that is concerned with patterns of behavior, thought, and feeling that deviate greatly from average patterns.
absurdist having or expressing the belief that human existence and behavior are meaningless or absurd. [2/3 definitions]
acrimony bitterness or sharpness in speech or behavior.
act behavior that is a pretense, sometimes insincere or meant to deceive. [1/14 definitions]
acting false behavior or deliberate imitation; pretense; pretending. [1/5 definitions]
add-on in computing, a supplementary program or piece of code written to alter, enhance, or extend the behavior of a main program. [1/2 definitions]
adventurism impetuous, irresponsible acts or policies, esp. by a government or someone in power, in defiant violation of commonly accepted norms of behavior.
affectation falseness or superficiality of appearance or behavior; pretense. [1/2 definitions]
amend to make oneself better; improve one's own conduct or behavior. [1/3 definitions]
annoy to disturb or cause irritation, esp. by repeated bothersome behavior. [1/2 definitions]
anthropoid resembling an ape, esp. in behavior. [1/3 definitions]
ape to imitate or copy (someone's speech or behavior), sometimes clumsily or mockingly. [1/5 definitions]
armada any group of armed vehicles, airplanes, or the like, or anything resembling such a group in formation and behavior. [1/2 definitions]
arrogance disagreeable behavior resulting from this condition. [1/2 definitions]
atavism the recurrence or reappearance of a particular trait, style, attitude, or behavior that seemed to have disappeared, or that which has recurred or reappeared after such an absence. [1/2 definitions]
atavistic of a trait, behavior, or the like, existing or playing a role at an earlier stage or time and recurring or reappearing within an organism or within a society after long absence or seeming disappearance.
atomic theory any of several theories concerning the structure, properties, or behavior of atoms. [1/2 definitions]
autosuggestion in psychology, a technique of changing one's own behavior or beliefs by repeating certain phrases or ideas to oneself.
balmy (informal) eccentric in behavior. [1/3 definitions]
barbarity cruel or vicious behavior. [1/3 definitions]
bashful characterized by or exhibiting timid or shy behavior. [1/2 definitions]