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angleworm a worm used as bait in fishing, esp. an earthworm.
Anglican of or pertaining to the Church of England or churches of the same origin and communion. [2 definitions]
Anglicism (often l.c.) a word, idiom, or feature of the English language, esp. British English, borrowed by another language; Briticism. [2 definitions]
Anglicize (often l.c.) to change or conform to that which is English in style, manner, pronunciation, or the like.
Anglify to Anglicize.
angling the act, process, or sport of fishing with hook and line.
Anglo a white American not of Hispanic descent.
Anglo- English. [2 definitions]
Anglo-American of, pertaining to, or involving both England and America or English and American people. [2 definitions]
Anglomania a greatly exaggerated attachment to or imitation of English manners, habits, institutions, and the like.
Anglophile one who is a great admirer of England and of most things that are English.
Anglophobe one who strongly dislikes or fears England and most things that are English.
Anglo-Saxon a person of Germanic descent who lived in England before the Norman Conquest, or a descendant thereof. [5 definitions]
Angola a country on the western coast of Africa, bordered by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, and Namibia.
Angora (often l.c.) the hair of the Angora rabbit or Angora goat. [4 definitions]
angostura bark the bitter, strong-smelling bark of either of two South American rue trees, used in medicine and as a flavoring in bitters.
angry feeling or showing anger (often fol. by "at," "with," or "about"). [3 definitions]
angst a feeling of dread, anxiety, or anguish.
angstrom (often cap.) a unit of length equal to one hundred-millionth of a centimeter, used in measuring light waves; angstrom unit. (abbr.: A, A.U.)
anguish unbearable pain or suffering, esp. psychological. [2 definitions]
anguished feeling or showing great suffering or pain.