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acacia a tree that grows in tropical areas of the world, especially in parts of Africa and Australia. The branches of an acacia spread out very wide and evenly across the top. Sometimes the top of the tree looks almost flat.
accelerator a mechanical device that controls the speed of something, especially the gas pedal of a car.
accident an event that happens by chance, especially a harmful one. [1/2 definitions]
addiction the condition of being addicted, especially to something that is not good for one's health.
administrator a person who manages, especially in business or public affairs.
all thumbs awkward, especially with the hands; clumsy.
amputate to cut off, especially by surgery.
archaic no longer in common use, especially in speech or writing. [1/3 definitions]
arid extremely dry, especially from lack of rainfall.
artifact any object made by human beings, especially one of an earlier era.
artisan a person skilled in making things, especially by using the hands. People such as those who make furniture, quilts, or other crafts are artisans.
attire clothing, especially fancy clothes. [1/2 definitions]
autograph the name of a person, especially a famous person, written in his or her own handwriting. [1/2 definitions]
average not especially good or especially bad. [1/7 definitions]
average out to reach a middle state or level, especially after a period of changes or extremity. [1/2 definitions]
back seat the seat or seating area behind other seats, especially in a car or other vehicle.
ball1 a game played with a ball, especially baseball. [1/3 definitions]
bargain something that is sold or bought at a good price, especially if it is worth more than what was given in exchange. [1/3 definitions]
beast any animal other than a human, especially a mammal with four legs. [1/2 definitions]
bedside the space beside a bed, especially of a sick person. [1/2 definitions]
Berber a group of languages spoken by many people in northern Africa, especially in the countries of Morocco and Algeria.