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astir in action; moving. [2 definitions]
as to with regard to; concerning. [2 definitions]
astonish to fill, suddenly, with great surprise or amazement.
astonishing extremely surprising or amazing.
astonishment great surprise or amazement.
astound to overcome with surprise, awe, or wonder; amaze.
astounding causing tremendous surprise or wonder; extremely amazing.
astraddle having one leg on each side; astride.
astrakhan a lustrous curly or wavy fur made from the pelts of young lambs. [2 definitions]
astral of, concerning, emanating from, or resembling the stars; stellar. [2 definitions]
astray off the right or known path or course. [2 definitions]
astride over or upon and with a leg on each side of; straddling. [4 definitions]
astringent having the effect of drawing together, esp. of contracting body tissues so as to stop secretions or bleeding; styptic. [4 definitions]
astro- star.
astrodome a transparent dome mounted on the top of an aircraft fuselage to facilitate the use of navigational or astronomical instruments.
astrolabe an instrument used by the ancient Greeks and medieval Arabs to determine the position of heavenly bodies, later replaced by the sextant.
astrology the study of the positions of the heavenly bodies in relation to each other with the aim of predicting their influence on human affairs.
astronaut a person trained to participate in space flight.
astronautics (used with a sing. verb) the science and technology of space travel.
astronomer a scientist who studies the universe beyond the earth.
astronomical of or pertaining to astronomy. [2 definitions]