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abbreviate to represent in writing by using a shorter form or a few letters. [1/2 definitions]
abbreviation a shortened form of a word or phrase used in writing. [1/2 definitions]
abolishable combined form of abolish.
absorbable combined form of absorb.
abstract existing as something without material form or substance. [1/13 definitions]
abstractable combined form of abstract.
accomplishable combined form of accomplish.
accreditable combined form of accredit.
acetylcholine a form of this compound used in medicine for its ability to decrease blood pressure and cause muscular movement in such organs as the alimentary canal. [1/2 definitions]
acey-deucy a form of backgammon that assigns a special value to a throw of a one or a two.
acid in chemistry, any of a group of substances that usu. dissolve in water, have a sour taste, and form salts in reaction with bases. (Cf. base.) [1/7 definitions]
acidic tending to form acid. [1/3 definitions]
acid rock a form of music popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s that has loud, often distorted sounds and harmonies, and lyrics that suggest psychedelic experiences.
acrostic a sequence of written lines in which particular letters, usu. the first letter of every line, form an independent word or phrase. [1/2 definitions]
actinoid having a radial or star-shaped form, as certain sea creatures.
actionless combined form of action.
activated carbon a form of very porous and thus very absorbent carbon, produced by heating charcoal so as to empty out contained gases, and used to absorb other gases, recover solvents, deodorize, and the like; activated charcoal.
active in grammar, designating the voice or form of a verb whose subject acts through the verb, rather than being the object of the verb's action, such as "signed" in "Five petitioners signed the document". (Cf. passive.) [1/6 definitions]
addable combined form of add.
addend a number or amount added to another or others to form a sum.
addressable combined form of address.