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Adam's apple the projection at the front of the human throat formed by the largest cartilage of the larynx, visible esp. in men.
Adam Smith a Scottish economist (b.1723--d.1790).
adapt to make fit or suitable for a particular need or condition; adjust. [2 definitions]
adaptable having the capacity to be adapted. [2 definitions]
adaptation the act or process of adapting, or the state of being adapted. [4 definitions]
adapter a device or part that adapts a machine or tool to a different use. [2 definitions]
adaption adaptation.
adaptive capable of or suitable for adapting.
Adar the sixth month of the Jewish lunisolar calendar, occurring from late February through early March in the Gregorian calendar.
Adar Sheni Veadar.
add to combine (something) with something else, often to increase the quantity of the latter, or to improve it or make it more complete. [5 definitions]
addable combined form of add.
addax a large pale or whitish North African antelope that has long spiraling horns.
added further; extra.
addend a number added to one or more other numbers to form a sum.
addendum an addition or intended addition, esp. a supplement to a book or other document.
adder1 someone or something that adds.
adder2 a small poisonous snake found in Europe and Asia; viper. [2 definitions]
adder's-tongue a dogtooth violet. [2 definitions]
addict one who depends on or craves a habit-forming substance, such as a drug. [4 definitions]
addiction the condition of being addicted, esp. to a narcotic substance.