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abnormality a deviant or atypical thing, event, or phenomenon; anomaly; aberration. [1/2 definitions]
absent-minded not paying attention to the immediate task or event because one's mind is preoccupied with other matters.
accident an event that occurs without human planning or intent. [2/3 definitions]
account a statement of the causes or reasons behind some action, event, or phenomenon. [1/15 definitions]
act of God in law, a sudden unforeseen event, esp. a natural disaster such as an earthquake, flood, or tornado, that is caused entirely by forces of nature and could not have been prevented.
adversity an adverse event or circumstance. [1/2 definitions]
affair an occurrence, event, matter, or happening. [1/6 definitions]
after subsequent to a certain event or time. [1/12 definitions]
aftermath the result or consequence of an event. [2 definitions]
airtime broadcast time allotted, as to an event or news story, on television or radio.
alert to warn or give notice of an emergency or other impending event. [1/3 definitions]
always at any time; in any event. [1/3 definitions]
anniversary the yearly recurrence of a particular event such as a marriage. [2 definitions]
antecedent an event, circumstance, or thing coming before another. [1/4 definitions]
antedate to affix an earlier date, as to a document or event; predate. [2/3 definitions]
anticipant one who waits expectantly, or who takes action in advance of an awaited event. [1/3 definitions]
anticlimax a disappointingly weak or ordinary conclusion or event, following events or statements that build expectations for something powerful or moving. [1/3 definitions]
apprehend to be anxious or fearful about (a future event). [1/4 definitions]
ascendant in astrology, the point in the earth's orbit intersecting with the apparent path of the sun, or the sign of the zodiac rising in the east, at the time of an event such as one's birth. [1/4 definitions]
ascension (cap.) the festival commemorating this event, held on the fortieth day after Easter; Ascension Day. [1/3 definitions]
attraction an event that draws popular attention. [1/4 definitions]