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activate to initiate action in; make active. [1/5 definitions]
aggress to initiate an attack or quarrel; be the aggressor.
artificial intelligence the research in and development of computer programs or computers to initiate human thought processes such as reasoning or decision-making.
baptism any similar ceremony used to initiate or admit to membership. [1/2 definitions]
baptize to purify symbolically; initiate by purifying rite. [1/4 definitions]
capital letter a letter of the alphabet written or printed larger than and in a somewhat different form from its lower-case equivalent and used to designate a proper noun or initiate a sentence.
float to initiate (a business enterprise). [1/14 definitions]
fuel anything that serves to initiate, sustain, or intensify an action or feeling. [1/5 definitions]
inaugurate to start or initiate formally; introduce. [1/3 definitions]
induct to admit or bring in as a member; initiate. [1/3 definitions]
inductive serving to initiate or introduce; introductory. [1/4 definitions]
initiation a set of ceremonies or rituals used to formally initiate someone into a club or society. [1/2 definitions]
institute to initiate or begin. [1/5 definitions]
lead1 to initiate an action or activity (sometimes fol. by "off"). [1/20 definitions]
nuclear reactor any of several devices that initiate and control a nuclear fission chain reaction to produce energy and material used for experimental and medical purposes.
reinitiate combined form of initiate.
signal an understood gesture or other sign that is meant to initiate some action. [1/8 definitions]