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alarm clock a clock with a bell or buzzer that can be set to sound at a particular time.
allot to set apart for a particular purpose; assign. [1/2 definitions]
allow to give or set aside. [1/2 definitions]
almanac a book published every year that predicts the weather for each day and gives facts about the tides, the time the sun will rise and set, and other useful information. [1/2 definitions]
apartment a room or set of rooms used as living space.
appoint to set or decide on. [1/2 definitions]
appraise to determine the value of; set a price for. [1/2 definitions]
appropriate to set aside for a particular purpose. [1/2 definitions]
area code a set of three numbers given to different areas of the United States and Canada for telephone service. An area code must be dialed before the telephone number when calling someone outside a local area.
aristocracy any group or set of people thought to be superior to others. [1/2 definitions]
array a large and impressive set of things; display. [1/5 definitions]
aside set apart for future use or need. [1/3 definitions]
assess to set or establish the amount of. [1/3 definitions]
assign to set apart or give out for a particular use. [1/3 definitions]
baby tooth one of the first set of teeth in human babies and other mammals. Baby teeth fall out early in life to be replaced by adult teeth.
bail1 money left with a court to make sure that a person who is set free after arrest will return for trial. [1/3 definitions]
bar code a set of black bars on a white background printed on the labels of goods and mail. A bar code is scanned by a computer that reads information such as price.
battery a set of related things, usually used together. [1/3 definitions]
between during a set time period. [1/5 definitions]
bold set in heavy type that stands out. [1/5 definitions]
bookcase a set of shelves for holding books.