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appointive filled by appointment, as a position or office.
appointment a position held by one who is appointed. [1/4 definitions]
apposition the position that results from such an act. [1/3 definitions]
apron something similar to such a garment in shape, function, or position. [1/3 definitions]
arabesque a ballet position in which the dancer stands on one leg and extends the other backward with a straight knee, with the body slightly bent and the arms in extended positions. [1/4 definitions]
archbishopric the position, rank, or term of an archbishop. [1/2 definitions]
arrow a symbol shaped like an arrow, used to show position or direction. [1/3 definitions]
as1 in the function or position of. [1/11 definitions]
ascend to move towards a higher rank or position. [1/5 definitions]
ascendancy the state of being in a dominant position; dominance.
ascendant a position of dominance or superiority. [1/4 definitions]
aspirant a person who aspires, esp. to a certain position, rank, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
assignment a position for which one is chosen. [1/4 definitions]
assistant a person holding a secondary or junior position in an office or organization. [1/2 definitions]
associate having a position of subordinate rank, status, or power. [1/10 definitions]
asst. abbreviation of "assistant," a person holding a secondary or junior position in an office or organization.
astrolabe an instrument used by the ancient Greeks and medieval Arabs to determine the position of heavenly bodies, later replaced by the sextant.
-ate1 position, rank, or group, or one who has or belongs to such. [1/5 definitions]
at ease in the military, a standing position in which soldiers may relax but not leave formation or talk. [1/2 definitions]
at-large election an election in which every voter can vote for candidates to fill any and all vacant positions in a representative body. Unlike a single-member election, in which people can vote only for candidates who represent their particular legislative district, at-large elections allow every person to vote on each vacant position within a governing body.
atomic number the factor that determines the relative position of an element in the periodic table. [1/2 definitions]