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anthropic-also-anthropical.adjective
of or relating to human beings or the era of human life

anthropology, anthropologist.nouns
mostly – the study of primitive peoples myths and institutions; the science of human beings, especially the study of human beings in relation to distribution, origin, classification, and relationship of races, physical character, environmental and social relations, and culture 
anthropological.adjective
related to anthropology 
anthropologically.adverb

antibody.noun
any of a large number of proteins of high molecular weight that are produced normally by specialized B cells after stimulation by an antigen and act specifically against the antigen in an immune response, that are produced abnormally by some cancer cells, and that typically consist of four subunits including two heavy chains and two light chains, called also immunoglobulin

antidote.noun
a remedy or other agent used to neutralize or counteract the effects of a poison; an agent that relieves or counteracts (walking as an antidote to nervous tension)
antidotal.adjective
antidotally.adverb

antigen.noun
a usually protein or carbohydrate substance (as a toxin or enzyme) capable of stimulating an immune response
antigenic.adjective
antigenically.adverb
antigenicity.noun

antiparticle.noun
is a particle with the same mass and spin and lifetime as a specific particle, but with an opposite charge (magnetic movement); example, the positron is the anti particle of the electron and vice versa

antithesis.noun
a contrast or opposition of thoughts; the exact opposite
antithetical, antithetic-adjectives
antithetically adverb

antitype.noun
the person or thing represented or foreshadowed by an earlier type or symbol; an opposite or contrasting.type
antitypical-adjective

antiquity.noun,.plural.antiquities
ancient times, especially the times preceding the Middle Ages; the people, especially the writers and artisans, of ancient times (today's inventions were unknown to antiquity); considerable age (a carving of great antiquity); something, such as an object or a relic, belonging to or dating from ancient times

antiquated.adjective
old fashioned and out of date; archaic

apathy.noun
lack of feeling or emotion; impassiveness; lack of interest or concern; indifference; don't care to check out right from wrong

apathetic.adjective
having or showing little or no feeling or emotion; spiritless; having little or no interest or concern; indifferent 
apathetically.adverb
synonym.impassive

apex.noun,.plural.apexes.or.apices
the highest point; the vertex (the apex of a triangle; the apex of a hill); the point of culmination; summit; the usually pointed end of an object; the tip (the apex of a leaf)

apparatus.noun-apparatus or apparatuses.noun.plurals
the totality of means by which a designated function is performed or a specific task executed

apparent.adjective
readily seen; visible; readily understood; clear or obvious; appearing as such but not necessarily so; seeming.(an apparent advantage); readily seen; visible; readily understood; clear or obvious
apparently.adverb
apparentness.noun
synonyms.clear, clearcut, distinct, evident, manifest, obvious, patent, plain

apparition.noun
anything that appears unexpectedly or remarkably; a ghost; the act of appearing

amplitude.noun
greatness of size; magnitude; fullness; copiousness; breadth or range, as of intelligence; the maximum absolute (complete, perfect, not mixed, pure) value
Physics.-.the maximum absolute value of a periodically varying quantity
Electronics.-.the maximum absolute value reached by a voltage or current waveform

addict, addicted, addicting, addicts.transitive verbs
to devote or give (oneself) habitually or compulsively.(she was addicted to rock music); to cause to become compulsively and physiologically dependent on a habit forming substance (he was addicted to sugar drinks)
addict.noun
one who is addicted; a devoted believer or follower: “We are all . addictive.adjective

abridge, abridged, abridging, abridges.transitive verbs
to reduce the length of (a written text); condense; to cut short; curtail; shorten
abridger.noun
abridgment.also.abridgement.noun
the act of abridging or the state of being abridged; a written text that has been abridged

arbor.noun
a shady resting place in a garden or park, often made of rustic work or latticework on which plants, such as climbing shrubs or vines, are grown

abbreviate, abbreviated, abbreviating, abbreviates.transitive verbs
to make shorter; shorten; to reduce (a word or phrase) to a shorter form intended to represent the full form
abbreviator.noun
Music.–.any of various symbols used in notation to indicate that a series of notes is to be repeated

Akashic record
Akashic comes from the East Indian Vedic scriptures and means space or the ether, the stillness of all that is where all memory is stored

asynchronism.or.asynchrony.noun
lack of temporal.concurrence; absence of synchronism
asynchronous.adjective
asynchronously.adverb

alcove.noun
a recess or partly enclosed extension connected to or forming part of a room; a secluded structure, such as a bower, in a garden

allow, allowed, allowing, allows.verbs
transitive verb use.to let do or happen; permit.(we allow smoking only in certain areas; to permit the presence of (no pets are allowed inside); to permit to have (allow oneself a little treat); to make provision for; assign (the schedule allows time for a coffee break); to plan for in case of need (allow two inches in the fabric for shrinkage); to grant as a discount or in exchange (allowed me 20 dollars on my old printer)
intransitive verb use.to offer a possibility; admit (the poem allows of several interpretations); to take a possibility into account; make allowance (in calculating profit, retailers must allow for breakage and spoilage)
allowable.adjective
allowably.adverb
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