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abdicate to formally relinquish a position of power, a claim, or a right. [2/3 definitions]
about-face a reversal of one's position or direction, esp. in response to a military command. [1/3 definitions]
across so as to pass over at an angle; in or to a crosswise position. [1/7 definitions]
acting appointed as a temporary substitute for someone absent from an office or position; serving temporarily. [1/5 definitions]
-acy characteristic, condition, position, or the like.
adduction the changed position that results from such muscular action. [1/3 definitions]
adjunct a person who assists another, esp. in a subordinate position. [1/4 definitions]
adjust to bring to a more fitting or more correct state, relationship, position, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
advance to raise in rank or position. [2/13 definitions]
advantage a position or place of superiority or domination. [2/3 definitions]
-agogue one that leads or assumes a position of leadership. [1/2 definitions]
ahead in a position of having progressed more quickly than is necessary or expected. [1/6 definitions]
aim to position. [1/8 definitions]
alpha having the dominant position among other members of the same sex within a group; top. [1/3 definitions]
ambuscade an attack from a hidden position; ambush. [1/3 definitions]
ambush an attack from a hidden position. [1/4 definitions]
ammunition any means used in a conflict to attack or defend a position. [1/2 definitions]
appendage one in a dependent or subordinate position. [1/3 definitions]
appoggiatura in music, a dissonant note in a strong metrical position that resolves to a consonant note in a weaker metrical position. [1/2 definitions]
appointee a person appointed to fill an office or position or to perform an assigned task.
appointive filled by appointment, as a position or office.