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abortion a project or idea that has failed to be carried to completion, or the result of the failure to reach completion. [1/4 definitions]
abstract designating the idea of something without regard to a particular instance or object. [1/13 definitions]
abstraction an abstract or general idea, concept, or term. [1/4 definitions]
advertise to present (a product or idea) in a favorable light to win public patronage, support, or approval. [2/4 definitions]
advocacy the giving of support to an idea, person, or cause.
again used to emphasize an idea that one has earlier expressed in the same conversation, speech, or text. [1/5 definitions]
amplification something that enlarges a statement, plan, idea, or the like. [2/4 definitions]
ancestry the origin or evolution of an object, idea, or style. [1/3 definitions]
Anglicism a habit, idea, or the like that is typically English. [1/2 definitions]
apostrophe2 esp. in drama, an address to someone absent or imaginary, or to an object or idea.
apostrophize to address (a person, usu. absent, or a personified object or idea). [2 definitions]
attachment a bond that gives one fondness for or loyalty to a person, place, thing, or idea. [1/6 definitions]
authorship origin, as of a book, film, idea, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
avatar a concrete manifestation of any abstraction, such as an idea or concept; embodiment. [1/2 definitions]
bastion something that acts as a safeguard for a principle or idea. [1/3 definitions]
beautiful an idea or aesthetic concept of beauty (usu. prec. by the). [1/3 definitions]
belief trust in a person, thing, idea, or system of ideas; confidence. [2/3 definitions]
birthplace the place of birth or origin, of a person or of an idea, movement, or the like.
blind alley (informal) a fruitless or unproductive undertaking, idea, or line of inquiry. [1/2 definitions]
brainchild someone's original idea, plan, or invention.
brainstorm a sudden inspiration or bright idea. [1/5 definitions]