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all-round all-around.
all-star made up entirely of the best players or performers.
all the same however; in any case. [2 definitions]
all thumbs awkward, especially with the hands; clumsy.
allude to mention (usually followed by "to").
allure to attract strongly by appealing to people's inner wishes; tempt. [3 definitions]
all wet completely wrong.
ally to join or unite for a particular purpose (usually followed by "to" or "with"). [2 definitions]
almanac a book of interesting and useful facts about many different subjects. [2 definitions]
almighty having complete power or the most power. [2 definitions]
almond a small tree related to the cherry tree that grows in warm areas and produces seeds that can be eaten. [3 definitions]
almost not quite all; nearly.
aloft high above the ground.
aloha a Hawaiian word used for saying either "hello" or "goodbye."
alone apart from everyone or everything else. [3 definitions]
along by or through the length of; next to. [4 definitions]
alongside along, near, or by the side of. [2 definitions]
aloof showing little interest in or desire to be involved with other people; distant.
a lot to a great degree or extent. [2 definitions]
aloud in a voice that can be heard; not in a whisper.
alpaca an animal with long legs and a long neck. Alpacas live in the mountains of South America. They are mammals closely related to llamas and to camels. Alpacas are raised for their long, soft wool.