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associate a person who is actively involved with others in running a business enterprise; partner. [1/10 definitions]
avant-garde a group that actively experiments with and applies new and unconventional techniques, esp. in the arts; vanguard. [1/3 definitions]
busy actively occupied; engaged. [1/5 definitions]
campaign to be actively involved in a campaign. [1/4 definitions]
child-rearing the process of raising children, including taking care of their daily needs as well as actively or indirectly instilling values in them.
dugout a usu. sunken area with benches on which baseball players can sit during a game when they are not actively participating. [1/3 definitions]
feel to perceive by actively touching, or perceive passively through one's skin. [1/15 definitions]
industrious actively productive; hard-working.
initiative the power, ability, or energy to organize or actively carry through a plan. [1/3 definitions]
Jehovah's Witnesses a Christian sect that opposes war and governments, believes in the imminent end of the world, and actively seeks new converts.
money-grubber (informal) one who actively desires and pursues the accumulation of as much money as possible.
partisan a person who is strongly or actively devoted to some cause, idea, group, or person. [1/4 definitions]
pecking order a social order or ranking among a group of animals such as chickens, wherein the strongest actively intimidates the others, the second strongest intimidates all but the strongest, and so forth. [1/2 definitions]
practicing actively pursuing an occupation or profession.
prestressed concrete concrete reinforced with steel cables, wires, or the like, which have been embedded in it under tension and thus actively resist loads.
proselytize to convert or try actively to convert (others) to one's own beliefs or religion.
resist to actively oppose or strive against. [1/4 definitions]
rooter2 a person who actively supports, encourages, or cheers for a contestant or team. [1/2 definitions]
silent partner one who invests financially in a business or enterprise but does not become actively involved otherwise.
work force the total number of workers who are actively employed in a business, industry, or nation, or who are available for employment; labor force.