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accomplished having many skills, talents, or social qualities. [1/3 definitions]
again and again a great many times; repeatedly.
all-purpose useful for many purposes; versatile.
almanac a published collection of interesting and useful facts about many different subjects. [1/3 definitions]
aluminum a chemical element that has thirteen protons in each nucleus, occurs commonly in ores such as bauxite, and in pure form is a strong lightweight corrosion-resistant silvery metal with many industrial uses. (symbol: Al)
alveolate containing many cavities or pits; honeycombed.
American Sign Language a language used by many deaf people in North America, made up of hand movements and signs.
amylase any of a class of enzymes, found in saliva and many tissues of plants and animals, that break down starch to sugars.
ancient extremely old; existing for many years. [1/4 definitions]
-androus having (so many) husbands. [1/2 definitions]
-andry marriage to (so many) husbands. [1/2 definitions]
any one or some of a certain thing, no matter which, how much, or how many. [1/7 definitions]
APB a general bulletin or alert sent to many law-enforcement agencies; all-points bulletin.
archipelago a large body of water containing many islands. [1/3 definitions]
ascorbic acid an organic acid found in many foods, esp. citrus fruits, and required in human nutrition for the production of collagen; vitamin C.
atomistic consisting of many different elements. [1/2 definitions]
automatism automatic, mechanical, or involuntary action, as in the operation of many bodily organs, in the actions of one not in conscious control, such as a sleepwalker, or in the suspension of conscious control so as to allow subconscious expression, as in art. [1/2 definitions]
battle royal a fight in which several or many participate. [1/3 definitions]
beaten used by many people; much traveled. [1/3 definitions]
beaucoup (French) very much or many.
bee any of the flying, hairy-bodied, and often stinging insects that live either in social networks or alone, many of which suck nectar from flowers.