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addict one who is habitually or obsessively devoted to something such as a hobby or interest. [1/4 definitions]
ad hominem to the man (Latin). Appealing to a personal interest, emotion, or prejudice rather than to rationality. [1/2 definitions]
aflame burning with interest and excitement; afire. [1/2 definitions]
all one's complete interest, effort, or property. [1/12 definitions]
ally to associate by some common factor, such as mutual interest or similarity. [1/5 definitions]
anal in psychoanalysis, denoting or pertaining to a stage of psychological development characterized by interest in or attention to the anus. [1/2 definitions]
antique an object of art or handicraft, such as furniture, made in earlier times, esp. over one hundred years before, and usu. of interest to collectors. [1/5 definitions]
apathetic having or displaying little or no emotion, concern, or interest; indifferent.
apathy lack of interest in things that generally arouse interest or concern; indifference. [1/2 definitions]
apolitical having no interest in politics or no relation to politics.
appeal capacity for attracting interest and attention. [2/7 definitions]
appealing attracting interest, curiosity, or desire.
arty (informal) displaying an affected or ostentatious artistic manner or interest.
assign to legally transfer interest, property, or rights. [2/6 definitions]
assignee a person to whom a right, claim, interest, or property is legally transferred. [1/2 definitions]
assignment a legal transfer of interest, property, or rights. [1/4 definitions]
assn. abbreviation of "association," a group of people joined together for a common purpose or by a mutual interest.
association a group of people joined together for a common purpose or by a mutual interest. [1/4 definitions]
audiophile someone with a great interest in high-fidelity sound reproduction.
awakening a coming to keen awareness or interest. [1/3 definitions]
Babe Ruth U.S. professional baseball player, celebrated for his ability to hit home runs and for generating public interest in the sport of baseball; born George Herman Ruth (b.1895--d.1948).