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abasement the act of bringing down or the state of being brought down in rank, status, or reputation.
abatement the act of lessening or reducing, or the condition of being lessened or reduced. [1/2 definitions]
ABC soil a soil made up of three distinct layers, the A, or top layer, being humus and organic matter, the B layer being clay and oxidized material, and the C layer being loose rock and mineral materials.
ability the capacity or power to do something; quality of being able. [1/2 definitions]
-able capable or worthy of being the object of (such) an action. [1/3 definitions]
-ably in a manner that indicates the capability of or tendency toward performing, or being the object of, (such) an action.
abnormality the quality, state, or condition of being abnormal. [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]
abridgment the state of being abridged. [1/3 definitions]
absence the state or condition of being away or not present. [2/3 definitions]
absolute in grammar, syntactically independent, or nearly so, as "the weather being chilly" in the sentence "The weather being chilly, we stayed home." [1/7 definitions]
absolution the state or condition of being absolved. [1/3 definitions]
absolutist one who regards certain ideas as being unconditionally true. [1/3 definitions]
absorption the act of absorbing or state of being absorbed. [1/2 definitions]
absurdity the condition or quality of being absurd. [1/2 definitions]
acceleration the state or condition of being accelerated. [1/2 definitions]
acceptance the state of being accepted by others; approval. [1/4 definitions]
access the characteristic of being able to be reached. [1/5 definitions]
accessory being an accessory to a crime, or pertaining to being an accessory. [1/4 definitions]
accommodation the state of being accommodated. [1/6 definitions]
accountability the state or quality of being accountable.