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abrasive causing abrasion to a physical surface or irritation to one's senses. [1/3 definitions]
acoustics (used with a pl. verb) the conditions of a physical space that determine its ability to transmit sound. [1/2 definitions]
acrobat a person who performs feats of balance and physical dexterity.
activity normal mental or physical functioning. [1/4 definitions]
adjustment a means of adjusting, esp. a physical mechanism for regulating or correcting. [1/3 definitions]
aerobics (used with a sing. or pl. verb) a system of physical conditioning involving sustained and vigorous exercise such as running, swimming, cycling, or dancing, that stimulates the heart and lungs and thereby improves the body's ability to utilize oxygen.
afflict to cause physical or mental suffering to.
agile quick and graceful in physical movement; nimble. [1/2 definitions]
agonize to suffer physical or mental agony. [3 definitions]
agony intense and often prolonged physical or mental suffering. [1/3 definitions]
ailment a sickness or disorder, usu. physical; illness.
aliment physical nourishment; food. [1/3 definitions]
Alpine in anthropology, a physical type of Caucasians with a medium complexion and stocky build. [1/4 definitions]
amatory of or concerning physical love or the expression of love.
analog computer a computer that uses physical quantities such as pressure or electric voltages to represent data. (Cf. digital computer.)
anatomical peculiarity a physical trait or characteristic of one's body that is considered unusual or abnormal.
animal pertaining to the physical rather than the mental or spiritual aspect of humans. [1/5 definitions]
animalism the condition or quality of being motivated mainly by physical drives and appetites. [1/2 definitions]
anodyne anything that relieves physical or emotional suffering. [1/4 definitions]
anoxia the mental and physical disturbances resulting from lack of oxygen. [1/2 definitions]
appetite any physical desire or need. [1/3 definitions]