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abound to be found in large numbers or amounts.
abrupt saying so little as to be rude or unpleasant. [1/2 definitions]
abscess a sore that forms within the tissues of the body and is filled with pus. Abscesses can be caused by an infection.
absurd not at all logical; impossible to be true; ridiculous. [1/2 definitions]
abyss a vast pit, too deep to be measured.
accent a mark (' or `). Accents are used to show what parts of a word are to be said with more stress. [2/5 definitions]
acceptable good enough to be accepted or approved of.
accessible able to be entered. [2 definitions]
accompany to be connected with; happen at the same time as; follow. [1/3 definitions]
accord to agree or be in harmony (often followed by "with"). [1/4 definitions]
account to be the cause of (usually followed by "for"). [1/6 definitions]
act a behavior of pretending to be or to feel something that is not true. [3/9 definitions]
adaptable abed to be changed in order to serve a different purpose or work in a new way. [1/2 definitions]
addict a person who depends on something, such as a drug, that is usually harmful and cannot be easily given up. [1/3 definitions]
address to write information on, telling where something can be delivered. [1/6 definitions]
adjoin to be next to; border on.
administer to manage, take care of, or be in charge of. [1/3 definitions]
affable pleasant to talk to and be with; friendly; likeable.
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.
affront something that is said or done on purpose to be rude or mean. [1/2 definitions]