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-able capable or worthy of being the object of (such) an action. [1/3 definitions]
-ably in a manner that indicates the capability of or tendency toward performing, or being the object of, (such) an action.
abstract designating the idea of something without regard to a particular instance or object. [2/13 definitions]
active in grammar, designating the voice or form of a verb whose subject acts through the verb, rather than being the object of the verb's action, such as "signed" in "Five petitioners signed the document". (Cf. passive.) [1/6 definitions]
agree to grant or concede (usu. fol. by a clause serving as an object). [1/6 definitions]
airspeed the speed of a flying object, esp. an aircraft, relative to the surrounding air.
alt.2 abbreviation of "altitude," the height of a given object or location above a specified base, such as sea level or earth, esp. the angular distance of a celestial body, measured from the horizon.
altitude the height of a given object or location above a specified base, such as sea level or earth. [1/4 definitions]
ambition the state or goal that is the object of such a desire. [1/2 definitions]
ancestry the origin or evolution of an object, idea, or style. [1/3 definitions]
animate to give (a cartoon or object) the illusion of movement. [1/8 definitions]
anthropomorphism the attribution of human qualities to a god, animal, or object.
antipathy the object of such a feeling. [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]
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]
arabesque a complex design of interlaced scrolls, foliage, and other fanciful shapes, or an ornamental object having such a design. [1/4 definitions]
arch1 an object or structure that resembles such an element. [1/5 definitions]
artifact any object made by human beings. [1/2 definitions]
attention concentration of mental powers, esp. on a particular object. [1/4 definitions]
aureole an encircling region of light, esp. in artistic representations of a god or holy figure, or around an astronomical object such as the moon; halo; corona.