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abroad in or to a country that is not one's own. [2/4 definitions]
accountable responsible for providing a credible and respectable explanation or justification, esp. of one's own actions (usu. fol. by "for" or "to"). [1/2 definitions]
acquire to gain, esp. through one's own efforts or dealings. [1/2 definitions]
adopt to take on as one's own (a manner, style, or point of view). [2/3 definitions]
airship a lighter-than-air aircraft, with its own propulsion system and steering control.
altruistic performed or given for the benefit of others, without concern for one's own welfare. [1/2 definitions]
amend to make oneself better; improve one's own conduct or behavior. [1/3 definitions]
annexation the act of taking and adding (territory) to one's own territory.
appropriate to take for one's own, often without permission. [1/3 definitions]
arson the illegal act of burning buildings, another's or one's own, for malicious purposes or to claim insurance money.
au jus of meat, served in its own juices.
autogamy in botany, self-fertilization, as of a flower with its own pollen. [1/2 definitions]
autograph anything written in the author's own handwriting. [2/4 definitions]
autosuggestion in psychology, a technique of changing one's own behavior or beliefs by repeating certain phrases or ideas to oneself.
backcheck in hockey, to check (an opposing player) in the vicinity of one's own goal. (Cf. forecheck.)
bankrupt in law, a debtor who by his own petition or petition by others is legally declared incapable of meeting debts and whose assets are administered by a court for his creditors' benefit. [1/6 definitions]
bevel gear a gear with teeth angled or beveled so that it meshes with another gear whose shaft is at an angle of less than 180 degrees to its own shaft.
bigot one who is prejudiced against and intolerant of any group or belief that is not his or her own, esp. religious, racial, or ethnic.
bigotry intolerance of any group or belief that is not one's own, especially in the form of racial, ethnic, or religious intolerance and prejudice.
bind to keep from leaving or acting on one's own; restrain. [1/13 definitions]
blood group any of several types in which human blood can be classed, each with its own inherited immunological and agglutinative characteristics; blood type.