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at will at one's discretion, wish, or pleasure.
at wits' end having exhausted every conceivable method or approach.
at worst under the worst possible circumstances; in the worst possible case or from the worst perspective.
at. wt. abbreviation of "atomic weight," the average weight of one atom of a given element, expressed in atomic mass units.
atypical not like others of the same type; not typical; unusual.
Au symbol of the chemical element gold.
aubergine (chiefly British) a plant cultivated for its fruit, or the dark purple, ovoid fruit itself, which is eaten as a vegetable; an eggplant. [2 definitions]
auburn a medium brown or reddish brown color.
au contraire (French) on the contrary. [2 definitions]
au courant in the current (French); knowledgeable about current events or other matters of the moment; up-to-date.
auction a public sale at which prospective buyers bid for goods and merchandise. [2 definitions]
auction bridge a version of bridge in which players bid for the right to specify which suit will be trump, any extra tricks won beyond the contract being scored toward a game.
auctioneer one who is in charge of the sale of goods at auctions. [2 definitions]
auctorial of or relating to an author.
aucuba an Asian evergreen shrub of the dogwood family that has variegated leaves and bears red berries.
audacious very bold or adventurous; daring. [2 definitions]
audacity courage or boldness, often accompanied by a degree of recklessness or arrogance; daring. [3 definitions]
audible heard or able to be heard.
audience a group of people gathered to hear and sometimes to see a performance, speech, or the like. [3 definitions]
audio of, concerning, or employing sound. [4 definitions]
audio- sound or hearing.