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a-2 away; from; off. [1/3 definitions]
ab- from; away; off.
abduct to carry off or lead away, esp. by force; kidnap. [2 definitions]
abduction of a muscle, the act or process of drawing away from the main axis of the body. [1/2 definitions]
ablate to wear away or otherwise remove (a surface), as by heat or erosion. [1/2 definitions]
abolish to do away with; put a stop to; end. [1/2 definitions]
abolition the act of doing away with or putting an end to; the act of abolishing or state of being abolished. [1/2 definitions]
abrade to rub away by friction; erode. [1/4 definitions]
abrasion the act or process of rubbing, scraping, or wearing away; friction. [1/2 definitions]
abrogate to do away with; set aside. [1/2 definitions]
abs- from; away; off.
absence the state or condition of being away or not present. [2/3 definitions]
absent to take (oneself) away. [1/4 definitions]
abstract to draw away; remove. [1/13 definitions]
afield away from one's home; abroad. [1/3 definitions]
akimbo with hand on hip and elbow pointed away from the body. [1/2 definitions]
alibi the legal defense of establishing one's location away from the scene of a crime during its commission. [1/4 definitions]
apo- off; away from; from.
artery a vessel that carries blood away from the heart. (Cf. vein.) [1/2 definitions]
aside away or to a separate place. [1/6 definitions]
astray away from the morally right or good. [1/2 definitions]