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addiction the condition of being addicted, esp. to a narcotic substance.
addictive tending to cause one to become addicted. [3 definitions]
adding machine a machine, often used by businesses, that is able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide, esp. one that prints the work on paper.
Addis Ababa the capital of Ethiopia.
Addison's disease a disease caused by disturbance or failure of the adrenal glands, resulting in anemia, low blood pressure, weakness, and an abnormal brownish tinge to the skin.
addition the act or process of adding. [3 definitions]
additional more; added.
additionally in addition to what was already mentioned.
addition table a table that can be used to find the sum of two numbers.
additive involving, related to, or produced by addition. [2 definitions]
addle to cause to become confused or muddled. [4 definitions]
addlebrained having or seeming to have a mixed-up or confused mind; muddled. [2 definitions]
add-on an optional item that may be bought in addition to a main item to supplement or improve it. [2 definitions]
address the place where one resides, designated by the number and name of the street or road and the name of the city, state, or province. [9 definitions]
addressable combined form of address.
addressee one to whom mail is addressed.
adduce to cite as evidence or proof; bring to bear in argument or discussion.
adduct to move or pull (a body part such as a muscle) toward the main axis. (Cf. abduct.)
adduction the act or process of adducing or citing. [3 definitions]
add up to bring one to a logical conclusion; to make sense. [2 definitions]
add up to equal (a certain sum) or point to (a logical conclusion) when looked at together.