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aspirate in phonetics, to pronounce (a speech sound) with an audible release or rush of air, as the "h" in "helium" or the "p" in "pickle". [5 definitions]
aspiration ambition, goal, or aim. [2 definitions]
aspirator a device that removes gas or fluids by suction, esp. one used to evacuate a body cavity.
aspire to want strongly; have as an aim (usu. fol. by "to" "after," or an infinitive).
aspirin a drug used to relieve pain and reduce symptoms of fever or inflammation. [2 definitions]
asquint with an oblique or sidelong glance; out of the corner of the eye; askance.
as regards in reference to; in relation to.
ass a long-eared, usu. domesticated animal related to the horse; donkey. [3 definitions]
assafetida a variant of asafetida.
assai1 very (used with tempo directions in music).
assai2 a small slender palm tree native to Brazil that bears edible fleshy purple fruit. [2 definitions]
assail to attack with vigor or violence; assault.
assailable open to attack or assault; vulnerable.
assailant a person who attacks another with intent to injure physically, socially, or emotionally.
assassin one who murders for money or for ideological reasons. [2 definitions]
assassinate to murder for pay or for ideological reasons. [2 definitions]
assault a violent physical or verbal attack. [5 definitions]
assault and battery in law, the act of, and charge against, an offender who threatens and carries out the threat to attack or do other physical violence to another.
assay to try out or test. [8 definitions]
assemblage a collection or gathering of people or things; assembly. [4 definitions]
assemble to gather (things or persons) into a group. [3 definitions]