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aback so that the wind catches the front side of an open sail. [1/2 definitions]
accessible susceptible to; open (usu. fol. by to). [1/3 definitions]
achene a small, dry, hard seed that is attached at a single point and that does not split open when it is mature.
aeolian harp a musical instrument consisting of an open box with gut strings stretched across it that produce rising and falling sounds when wind passes over them.
afield in, on, or to open land. [1/3 definitions]
agape1 open-mouthed in wonder or astonishment. [2 definitions]
agoraphobia an abnormal fear of open or public spaces.
air hole an open place in the frozen surface of a lake, pond, or stream. [1/3 definitions]
airtight having no weak points open to attack. [1/2 definitions]
airy open to the flow of air; breezy. [1/5 definitions]
alfresco in the open air; outdoors.
aliphatic indicating an organic chemical compound in which the carbon atoms make an open chain.
amenable capable of or open to a test or judgment. [1/3 definitions]
amphitheater an arena or stadium consisting of tiers of seats rising outward from an open central area, used for performances, contests, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
antrum a cavity within a bone, such as the pair of sinuses in the upper jaw that open into the nose.
arch1 a structural element, usu. of masonry, that is curved and used to span an open space such as a door. [1/5 definitions]
assailable open to attack or assault; vulnerable.
Automat trademark for a cafeteria where food is dispensed from small compartments with doors that open when customers deposit coins in the appropriate slots.
avowal an open declaration, acknowledgment, or admission.
backyard an open area behind a house that is part of the homeowner's property.
barbecue a party, often held outdoors, at which meat and sometimes vegetables are roasted on a grill or spit over an open fire. [2/4 definitions]