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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.
angular consisting of, having, or forming one or more angles. [3 definitions]
angularity the quality of having an angular outline. [2 definitions]
angulation an angular position. [3 definitions]
anhinga any of various large swimming and diving birds of tropical and subtropical America that have a long sharp bill and a long snaky neck; snakebird.
anhydride a chemical compound derived from another through the removal of water.
anhydrous without water.
anil a shrub of the pea family that is native to the West Indies, and from which indigo is obtained, or the blue dye itself. [2 definitions]
aniline an oily, colorless, poisonous liquid used in producing rubber, drugs, and dyes. [2 definitions]
aniline dye any of a large number of synthetic dyes, made mainly from coal-tar products.
anima the principle of life; inner self; consciousness.