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agitprop inflammatory political propaganda spread through literature, theater, music, and art, esp. as used in support of communism.
agleam shining brightly; gleaming.
aglimmer putting forth a faint or fluctuating light; glimmering.
aglitter reflecting a sparkling light; glittering.
aglow shining or filled with a soft light; glowing. [2 definitions]
agnostic one who believes it is impossible to know anything about the existence or nonexistence of God or about the essential nature of things beyond the material universe. [4 definitions]
Agnus Dei a lamb as a symbol of Jesus Christ; Lamb of God. [2 definitions]
ago before now; past. [2 definitions]
-agog variant of -agogue.
agog highly excited and full of anticipation. [2 definitions]
-agogue one that leads or assumes a position of leadership. [2 definitions]
agonize to suffer physical or mental agony. [4 definitions]
agony intense and often prolonged physical or mental suffering. [3 definitions]
agora1 a public square used as a marketplace and place of assembly in ancient Greece. [2 definitions]
agora2 the smaller monetary unit of Israel. (Cf. shekel.)
agoraphobia an abnormal fear of open or public spaces.
agouti any of several related nocturnal, burrowing rodents found in the tropics of the Western Hemisphere that are about the size of a rabbit but have short ears and grizzled fur.
agrarian pertaining to the ownership, tenure, or cultivation of land. [4 definitions]
agree to have the same opinion (often fol. by "with," "on," "as to," or "about"). [6 definitions]
agreeable pleasing or likable. [2 definitions]
agreed determined by consensus.