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ablative1 denoting a grammatical case in some inflected languages that indicates direction or place, time, manner, or agency. [1/3 definitions]
-ably in a manner that indicates the capability of or tendency toward performing, or being the object of, (such) an action.
ably in a competent or skillful manner.
abrupt brusque in manner; curt. [1/3 definitions]
abuse to use in an improper or incorrect manner; misuse. [3/7 definitions]
accent a manner of speaking characteristic of a particular person, group of people, or geographic region. [1/8 definitions]
acerbic sharp, sour, or harsh in manner, tone, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
acerbity sharpness or severity of temper or manner. [1/2 definitions]
acidulous sharp or biting, as in manner or tone. [1/2 definitions]
across in a crossed or crosswise manner. [1/7 definitions]
act to behave or conduct oneself in a particular manner. [1/14 definitions]
action (usu. pl.) manner of behaving or conducting oneself. [2/8 definitions]
address personal manner of conversing with others. [1/9 definitions]
deux (French) of or for two, esp. in an intimate or private manner.
ad lib without preparation; in a spontaneous or improvised manner; ad libitum.
administer to serve or act in a helpful manner; minister (usu. fol. by to). [1/5 definitions]
adopt to take on as one's own (a manner, style, or point of view). [1/3 definitions]
adrift in a purposeless or indecisive manner. [1/4 definitions]
adventitious connected to or arising from something in a nonessential manner; accidental or incidental. [1/2 definitions]
affable easygoing and pleasant in manner and conversation; friendly.
affect2 to imitate, often in a pretentious manner; feign.