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ability the power to do something; the quality of being able. [1/2 definitions]
above not willing or able to lower one's standards for. [1/5 definitions]
absorbent able to soak up liquid or moisture. [1/2 definitions]
accessible able to be entered. [2 definitions]
acoustic able to make musical sounds without using electricity. [1/2 definitions]
active doing something or able to do something; working; functioning. [1/2 definitions]
adaptation in biology, the process of change in a living thing, over time, resulting in it being better able to survive and multiply. [1/4 definitions]
adhesive able or likely to stick to something; clinging. [1/2 definitions]
aerobic able to work the heart and lungs to help the body use oxygen better.
afford to have enough money to buy; be able to pay for. [2/3 definitions]
affordable able to be obtained without excessive sacrifice of money or without incurring serious consequences.
AIDS a serious disease caused by a virus that stops the body from being able to protect itself from other diseases. AIDS stands for acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
all-around able to do many different things.
ambidextrous able to use both the left and right hands with equal skill.
amphibious able to live both on land and in water. [2 definitions]
amusing able to give entertainment. [1/2 definitions]
animated able to move as though alive. [1/3 definitions]
apt able to learn quickly. [1/3 definitions]
articulate able to speak or express oneself in a clear way. [1/2 definitions]
asylum a place for the care of those who are not able to care for themselves, such as children without parents, people with mental illness, or the very old. [1/3 definitions]
attractive able to gain the attention or admiration of others because of having nice looks. [1/2 definitions]