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address to give attention to; deal with. [1/6 definitions]
-an a suffix that means one who works in or knows a great deal about. [1/2 definitions]
artist a person who does something with a great deal of skill or talent. [1/2 definitions]
awkward difficult to use, deal with, or manage. [1/3 definitions]
complicated hard to understand; difficult to do or to deal with.
cope1 to handle or deal with in a successful way (often followed by "with").
dealt past tense and past participle of deal1.
difficult hard to deal with or please. [1/2 definitions]
dispose of to deal with; take care of. [1/2 definitions]
expert someone who knows a great deal about a particular thing. [2/3 definitions]
face to stand before or deal with in a brave way. [1/8 definitions]
financial having to do with money or those who deal in finance.
handful (informal) a person or thing that is difficult to deal with or control [1/3 definitions]
handle to deal with; manage. [1/4 definitions]
hard not easy to deal with. [1/9 definitions]
harrow to cause to suffer or worry a great deal. [1/3 definitions]
humanity (plural) studies that deal with human thoughts and human culture. The humanities include music, art, history, and literature, but do not include the sciences. [1/3 definitions]
impossible very difficult; not easy to deal with. [1/2 definitions]
impractical not able to deal with everyday, practical things; foolish. [1/2 definitions]
inflict to deal out or strike in a physical attack. [1/2 definitions]
junk food snack food that does not give the body many nutrients. Junk food usually contains a great deal of fat or sugar.