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alleviate to make more bearable; ease.
alley1 a narrow street or passage between or behind buildings, esp. in a city. [5 definitions]
alley2 a large, special playing marble that is often used as a shooter.
alleyway a narrow alley or passage between buildings.
All Fools' Day April Fools' Day.
Allhallows All Saints' Day.
Allhallows Eve the day before Allhallows; Halloween.
alliance the act of allying or condition of being allied. [3 definitions]
allied related or similar in nature. [3 definitions]
Allies in World War I, the alliance of France, Great Britain, Russia, and other nations against the Central Powers. [2 definitions]
alligator either of two large crocodilian reptiles found in China and the southeastern United States and distinguished by their short broad snouts.
alligator flag any of a family of large, broad-leafed, tropical, aquatic plants that usually grow up to six feet tall and have heavy blooms of delicate blue and purple flowers.
alligator pear an avocado.
all-important extremely important; absolutely necessary; indispensable.
all in all with every factor taken into account; in general.
alliterate to display or use alliteration. [2 definitions]
alliteration repetition of the same consonant sound in the stressed or initial syllables of words in a phrase or sentence.
all-natural containing only ingredients or materials that originate in nature and are not artificially created.
all-nighter a night spent without sleeping, esp. in order to work on something.
allo- other; different; variation.
allocate to assign or set aside (money or other resources) for some specific use. [2 definitions]