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apostrophe2 esp. in drama, an address to someone absent or imaginary, or to an object or idea.
apostrophize to address (a person, usu. absent, or a personified object or idea). [2 definitions]
apothecaries' measure a system of fluid measure used to dispense liquid drugs.
apothecaries' weight a system of weights used to dispense drugs.
apothecary a person who prepares and sells drugs and other medicines; pharmacist.
apothegm a short instructive saying; maxim; aphorism.
apotheosis elevation to the status of a god. [2 definitions]
apotheosize to raise to the status of god; deify; glorify.
app (informal) in computing, a shortened form of "application program." [2 definitions]
appal variant of appall.
Appalachia a region in the United States extending from southwestern Pennsylvania to northwestern Georgia and including the southern Appalachian Mountains.
Appalachian of or pertaining to Appalachia.
Appalachian Mountains mountain system in eastern North America extending from southeastern Canada to central Alabama in the United States; Appalachians.
appall to cause to feel horror, shock, dismay, or the like.
appalling causing shock, dismay, or consternation; frightful.
appaloosa a hardy saddle horse of a breed developed in western North America, usu. having a spotted black and white hide.
appanage a grant of land or revenue made by a king or queen to a dependent member of the royal family. [2 definitions]
apparatus a machine or group of machines designed to accomplish a specific task. [2 definitions]
apparel clothing, such as shirts, dresses, coats, and the like, esp. of a fine or decorative sort. [4 definitions]
apparent visible, plain, or clearly seen. [3 definitions]
apparently judging from all available information or visible evidence; seemingly. [2 definitions]