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accomplished having many skills, talents, or social qualities. [1/3 definitions]
again and again a great many times; repeatedly.
all-purpose useful for many purposes; versatile.
almanac a published collection of interesting and useful facts about many different subjects. [1/3 definitions]
aluminum a chemical element that has thirteen protons in each nucleus, occurs commonly in ores such as bauxite, and in pure form is a strong lightweight corrosion-resistant silvery metal with many industrial uses. (symbol: Al)
alveolate containing many cavities or pits; honeycombed.
American Sign Language a language used by many deaf people in North America, made up of hand movements and signs.
amylase any of a class of enzymes, found in saliva and many tissues of plants and animals, that break down starch to sugars.
ancient extremely old; existing for many years. [1/4 definitions]
-androus having (so many) husbands. [1/2 definitions]
-andry marriage to (so many) husbands. [1/2 definitions]
APB a general bulletin or alert sent to many law-enforcement agencies; all-points bulletin.
archipelago a large body of water containing many islands. [1/3 definitions]
ascorbic acid an organic acid found in many foods, esp. citrus fruits, and required in human nutrition for the production of collagen; vitamin C.
automatism automatic, mechanical, or involuntary action, as in the operation of many bodily organs, in the actions of one not in conscious control, such as a sleepwalker, or in the suspension of conscious control so as to allow subconscious expression, as in art. [1/2 definitions]
battle royal a fight in which several or many participate. [1/3 definitions]
beaten used by many people; much traveled. [1/3 definitions]
beaucoup (French) very much or many.
bee any of the flying, hairy-bodied, and often stinging insects that live either in social networks or alone, many of which suck nectar from flowers.
bewilder to confuse or befuddle, esp. with too many or conflicting alternatives.
bioflavonoid any of a group of yellow hydrocarbon pigments found in many flowers and fruits, once thought to be important as a vitamin in humans; vitamin P.