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abut to touch along a common line or surface; come in contact (often fol. by "on", "upon," or "against"). [1/2 definitions]
abutment the place where adjoining things come in contact; juncture. [1/2 definitions]
accede to come into possession of an office, title, or the like (usu. fol. by "to"). [1/2 definitions]
acquire to come to possess; obtain. [1/2 definitions]
advance to move or come forward. [1/13 definitions]
alight1 to come to rest. [1/2 definitions]
align to come into line. [1/6 definitions]
appear to come into view; become visible. [3/5 definitions]
approach to come or go near to. [2/9 definitions]
approximate to be quite similar to or come very near to in quality, quantity, or degree. [1/6 definitions]
arise to come into view or existence; emerge. [1/4 definitions]
ascertain to come to know (some information) with complete certainty, especially through a process of investigation; determine.
ashram the residence, usu. secluded, of a Hindu philosopher or religious teacher to whom followers come for instruction. [1/2 definitions]
assemble to come together in one group. [1/3 definitions]
associate to come together as friends, business partners, or companions (often fol. by "with"). [1/10 definitions]
attract to cause to come near, as by some special quality or action. [1/3 definitions]
avalanche to fall or come down suddenly, as in an avalanche. [1/4 definitions]
awake to come to a keen consciousness of something. [1/6 definitions]
balance to be in or come into a state of balance. [1/8 definitions]
bat mitzvah in the Jewish faith, a ceremony in which it is recognized that a girl has come of age to accept her religious responsibilities. [1/2 definitions]
beckon to signal to come, esp. with a gesture. [1/3 definitions]