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A and M abbreviation of "Agricultural and Mechanical."
aback so that the wind catches the front side of an open sail. [1/2 definitions]
Abaddon in the Old Testament, a place of destruction; abode of the wicked dead; hell. [1/2 definitions]
abalone a large edible marine snail, the shell of which is lined with mother-of-pearl.
abate in law, to suppress or annul. [1/3 definitions]
able having a high degree of ability, talent, or skill. [1/3 definitions]
ablution a washing or cleansing of oneself, esp. as part of a religious observance or ritual. [1/2 definitions]
abnormal different from the normal or usual; not typical. (Cf. irregular.)
abnormality the quality, state, or condition of being abnormal. [1/2 definitions]
abominable deserving of disgust; hateful. [1/2 definitions]
about-face an abrupt, complete change in opinion, beliefs, actions, or the like; switch; reversal. [1/3 definitions]
above at or to a higher rank or level. [1/9 definitions]
absenteeism habitual or repeated absence from a place where regular attendance is required, such as work or school.
absent without leave absent without permission from assigned military duty, but not necessarily with the intention of deserting; AWOL.
abstinence a refraining from consumption of alcohol. [1/2 definitions]
abstract depicting reality not as it appears to the senses of most people but in the way that an individual interprets it or wishes to suggest it; nonrepresentational. [1/13 definitions]
abundant large in amount or number; plentiful. [1/2 definitions]
academic lacking immediate practical value; theoretical. [1/4 definitions]
acceptance the state of being accepted by others; approval. [1/4 definitions]
acceptation favorable respect or esteem; approval. [1/2 definitions]
accidental not part of the basic nature of a thing; secondary; incidental. [2/5 definitions]