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accursed having been made the subject of a curse; damned. [2 definitions]
accusation an act of accusing. [2 definitions]
accusative denoting, relating to, or in a grammatical case that usu. marks direct objects of verbs or objects of prepositions; objective. [3 definitions]
accusatorial of, concerning, or like an accuser.
accusatory being or containing an accusation.
accuse to charge with a crime or wrongdoing.
accusing consisting of or characterized by accusation; accusatory.
accustom to cause (oneself or another) to become used to something through use or experience. habituate.
accustomed in the habit of (usu. fol. by "to"). [2 definitions]
ace a playing card or die face that bears only one spot. [7 definitions]
-acea used in scientific names of zoological classes or orders.
-aceae used in scientific names of botanical families.
ace-high in poker, with an ace as the highest card, as in a straight or flush.
ace in the hole a resource that remains unrevealed or unused until a particular need arises.
acellular not composed of or containing cells. [2 definitions]
-aceous of the nature of or resembling. [3 definitions]
acepromazine an oily orange compound used to immobilize large animals, to stop nausea, and to tranquilize.
acerbate to give a sour or bitter taste to. [3 definitions]
acerbic sharp, sour, or harsh in manner, tone, or the like. [2 definitions]
acerbity sharpness or severity of temper or manner. [2 definitions]
acetabulum the cup-shaped socket of the hipbone into which the top of the thighbone fits. [2 definitions]