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abacus a device used for counting or calculating. An abacus has beads or other counters that slide along rods or in grooves.
accompaniment something that is added to or goes along with something else. [1/2 definitions]
ad-lib to make up as one goes along; say or do something without practice or planning. [1/2 definitions]
alongside along, near, or by the side of. [1/2 definitions]
and with; also; along with; as well as. [1/3 definitions]
Andes a high mountain range that stretches along the entire west coast of South America.
arcade a covered passageway that has shops or places to play video or other games along the sides. [1/2 definitions]
around measured along the outside edge; in circumference. [1/12 definitions]
ascend to go up on or along; climb or rise on. [1/2 definitions]
assembly line a way of putting together a product in a factory by moving it along a line of workers. Each worker adds or adjusts a part until the product is finished.
attend to go along with; accompany. [1/4 definitions]
backbone the row of bones that runs along the center of the back; spine. [1/2 definitions]
backstroke the arm motion of a swimmer moving along on his or her back.
battlement (often plural) a wall along the top of a castle, fort, or tower that has openings for people to shoot through.
billiards a game played with long sticks and hard balls on a special table covered with cloth. Players use a stick to hit the balls against each other and into pockets along the edges of the table.
blow2 to be carried along by the wind. [2/7 definitions]
bond a piece of paper that a government or business gives when it borrows money. A bond promises to repay the sum of money along with interest. [1/4 definitions]
boulevard a wide city street, often with trees planted along its sides.
bowling a game in which a heavy ball is rolled along a wooden alley toward wooden pins that stand at the far end.
bubble to move along while making a sound like that of bubbles breaking. [1/4 definitions]
bump to move along with jerks or jolts. [1/7 definitions]