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adaptation the result of such an act or process. [1/4 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]
adhesive a sticky substance or material such as glue. [1/2 definitions]
administration the executive officers of a government, or the term of office of such officers. [1/3 definitions]
adventure taking part in such activities. [1/2 definitions]
advertising a particularly way of putting out notices to the public in order to sell something, or such advertisements generally. [1/2 definitions]
affliction a condition of pain or suffering, or the cause of such a state.
aircraft any machine that can fly through the air, such as an airplane, helicopter, glider, or balloon.
alcohol a clear liquid that burns easily and can be made from certain grains and fruits. Alcohol is present in such drinks as beer, wine, and whiskey. It is also used in making medicines and chemicals. [1/2 definitions]
alert a warning of possible danger or the time during which such a warning lasts. [1/3 definitions]
alto a singer with such a range. [1/4 definitions]
ambition the aim or goal of such a desire. [1/2 definitions]
angle1 the space between such lines measured in degrees. [1/4 definitions]
Angora any of various animals that have long silky hair, such as a cat, rabbit, or goat. [1/3 definitions]
animal such a creature other than humans. [1/2 definitions]
anniversary the celebration of such an event. [1/2 definitions]
anthology a collection of written works, such as poems or stories. An anthology can be written by one or by several authors.
antifreeze a substance that lowers the freezing point of a liquid such as water.
antique an object, such as a piece of furniture, made many years in the past. [1/2 definitions]
applicant a person who applies for something, such as a job.
arch1 a curved structure made out of stone or brick and used to span an open space such as a door. [2/4 definitions]