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annals a chronological record of events, usu. year by year. [3 definitions]
Annapolis the capital of Maryland. [2 definitions]
anneal to heat and then slowly cool (esp. glass or metal) so as to strengthen and make less brittle.
annelid any of various segmented worms such as earthworms and leeches. [2 definitions]
Annelida a phylum of segmented worms that includes earthworms and leeches.
Anne Sullivan a U.S. educator who pioneered techniques for teaching the blind, deaf-blind, and visually impaired through her work with Helen Keller (b.1866--d.1936).
annex to add or attach, esp. to something larger. [4 definitions]
annexation the act of taking and adding (territory) to one's own territory.
annihilate to destroy completely; reduce to ruin. [3 definitions]
annihilation the act of destroying completely, or an instance or state of being completely destroyed. [2 definitions]
anniversary the yearly recurrence of a particular event such as a marriage. [2 definitions]
anno Domini (Latin) in the year of the Lord (often abbreviated "A.D.")
annotate to provide (a written work) with explanatory notes or critical commentary. [2 definitions]
annotation an explanatory or critical note added to a text; commentary. [2 definitions]
announce to make known publicly. [4 definitions]
announcement a public or formal notice, statement, or request. [3 definitions]
announcer a person who announces. [2 definitions]
annoy to disturb or cause irritation, esp. by repeated bothersome behavior. [2 definitions]
annoyance someone or something that disturbs or irritates. [3 definitions]
annoyed feeling somewhat angry or irritated.
annoying causing annoyance; irritating; bothersome.