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agony intense and often prolonged physical or mental suffering. [3 definitions]
agora1 a public square used as a marketplace and place of assembly in ancient Greece. [2 definitions]
agora2 the smaller monetary unit of Israel. (Cf. shekel.)
agoraphobia an abnormal fear of open or public spaces.
agouti any of several related nocturnal, burrowing rodents found in the tropics of the Western Hemisphere that are about the size of a rabbit but have short ears and grizzled fur.
agrarian pertaining to the ownership, tenure, or cultivation of land. [4 definitions]
agree to have the same opinion (often fol. by "with," "on," "as to," or "about"). [6 definitions]
agreeable pleasing or likable. [2 definitions]
agreed determined by consensus.
agreement the act of reaching, or the state of having reached, a common understanding or harmony of opinion. [5 definitions]
agribusiness large-scale industrial agriculture and related activities such as food-processing, equipment manufacture, and marketing.
agricultural having to do with agriculture or farming.
agriculture the raising of crops and livestock, or the science connected with improving the processes involved.
agriculturist an expert in the applied science of agriculture. [2 definitions]
agrimony any of various related plants of the rose family that have compound feathery leaves and bear long clusters of small yellow flowers on spiky stalks, and a prickly fruit. [2 definitions]
agro- soil; earth; field.
agrobiology the applied science of plant growth and nutrition aimed at improving soil conditions and crop yield.
agrochemical a chemical used to enhance the quality and increase the quantity of farm produce. [2 definitions]
agroforestry a land management system that uses trees or shrubs in cropland to improve sustainability.
agronomy the study and application of scientific methods of soil management and field crop production; scientific agriculture.
aground on or onto ground, esp. under water. [2 definitions]