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antiserum a serum containing antibodies to be injected in humans or other animals in order to immunize them against one or more diseases.
A-O.K. (informal) perfectly fine; in excellent working order.
appeasement the policy of making concessions to aggressors in order to keep the peace. [1/2 definitions]
arr.2 abbreviation of "arrangement," the act of putting things in order, esp. the adaptation of a piece of music for a particular style of performance.
arrange to put in a desired order or configuration. [2/4 definitions]
array to put in proper order; arrange. [1/6 definitions]
articulate to make the physical movements necessary in order to utter (speech sounds). [1/10 definitions]
ask to pose a question in order to find out (something). [1/11 definitions]
assay to analyze or examine in order to judge; evaluate. [1/8 definitions]
assize a judicial inquest, the legal order on which it is convened, or the verdict issuing from it. [1/4 definitions]
assure to say to with force or conviction in order to create trust or give confidence. [1/3 definitions]
attempt an effort put forth in order to achieve or accomplish an end. [1/3 definitions]
back order part of an order that will be filled at a later date.
back-order to submit an order for (something) to be filled at a later time, as when (it) is available.
back-pedal to press backward on the pedals of a bicycle or tricycle in order to brake. [1/3 definitions]
back-to-back following immediately after another; in consecutive order. [1/2 definitions]
backward in reverse order; in a way that is the opposite of that which is usual. [1/8 definitions]
bailiff a U.S. court attendant in charge of maintaining order and other minor matters. [1/2 definitions]
band2 to tie with a strip of material in order to identify or bind; put a band on. [1/4 definitions]
baronial of or pertaining to a baron, or the order of barons. [1/2 definitions]
bath a process of washing or soaking something in order to cleanse, refresh, or heal. [1/5 definitions]