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abort to stop growing before achieving full development. [1/6 definitions]
abound to be full; teem (usu. fol. by "with" or "in"). [1/2 definitions]
abreast in full awareness; up to date (usu. fol. by "of"). [1/4 definitions]
-acious characterized by; full of or tending toward.
active duty the status of full-time service or work, esp. in the military.
agog highly excited and full of anticipation. [1/2 definitions]
alb a full-length linen robe worn by some Christian priests at the Eucharist.
amount the full impact or value; import. [1/4 definitions]
animated full of activity, spirit, or excitement. [1/3 definitions]
anticipative full of anticipation; awaiting or expectant.
associate professor a college or university professor ranking above an assistant professor and below a full professor.
-ate1 having; showing; resembling; full of. [1/5 definitions]
baleful threatening harm; full of malice; ominous.
barmy containing, resembling, or full of barm; yeasty, foamy, or frothy. [1/2 definitions]
beauty salon an establishment that offers a full range of beauty and grooming services, including hair-styling, manicures, and facials.
billowy surging or swelling in, or full of, billows.
bitter full of, marked by, or causing emotions such as grief, anger, resentment, or hatred. [1/5 definitions]
bloomer2 a person who realizes his or her full potential. [1/2 definitions]
blow-by-blow in full and precise detail, as a description or report.
bony full of bones. [1/4 definitions]
boom1 a full, deep, and prolonged sound, such as an explosion. [1/7 definitions]