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aba a sleeveless outer garment made of this fabric. [1/2 definitions]
acacia any of several tropical trees of the mimosa family, some of which produce the commercially useful gum arabic. [1/2 definitions]
accustomed habitual; characteristic. [1/2 definitions]
acid in chemistry, of or pertaining to an acid; acidic. [2/7 definitions]
acolyte a person who assists a clergyman in religious services, esp. Roman Catholic. [1/2 definitions]
acrostic of or like an acrostic. [1/2 definitions]
active constantly doing something; busy; energetic. [1/6 definitions]
Aeschylus a Greek dramatist (525-456 B.C.).
Aesop an actual or legendary Greek writer of fables (620?-560? B.C.).
Agnus Dei a prayer in the Roman Catholic or Anglican church beginning with these words, or the accompanying music. [1/2 definitions]
air to speak about, usu. in public. [1/8 definitions]
aircheck a recording of a radio broadcast, esp. of music.
Alexander the Great the king of Macedonia in 336-323 B.C. and conqueror of an empire that included Persia, Egypt, and part of Greece (356-323 B.C.).
Algonkian of, relating to, or designating the later of two geological periods of the Precambrian Era, from approximately 2.5 billion to 600 million years ago, when the first evidence of life appeared; Late Precambrian; Proterozoic. [1/4 definitions]
alive animated; energetic. [1/4 definitions]
Amazon a major river that flows from the Andes in Peru across northern Brazil to the Atlantic. [1/3 definitions]
Amazon River a major river that flows from the Andes in Peru across northern Brazil to the Atlantic.
ammoniac a sharp-smelling gum resin from the stem of an Asian plant, used in perfumes and porcelain cements; gum ammoniac. [1/2 definitions]
ammonium chloride a white crystalline salt used in dry cells, in medicine as an expectorant, and in various industrial applications; sal ammoniac.
Amos according to the Old Testament, a minor Hebrew prophet of the eighth century B.C. [1/2 definitions]
amphotericin a medication used to treat fungal infections, esp. those that are systemic.