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abase

V. lower; humiliate

abate

V. subside; decrease; lessen.

abdicate

V. renounce; give up

aberration

N. deviation from the expected or normal; mental irregularity or disorder.

abet

V. encourage; aid.

abeyance

N. suspended action.

abject

ADJ. hopeless and crushed; servile and spiritless; wretched.

abrade

V. wear away by friction; scrape; erode.

abscond

V. depart secretly to avoid capture.

absolute

ADJ. complete; totally unlimited; certain.

absolve

V. pardon an offense; free from blame.

abstain

V. refrain; hold oneself back voluntarily from an action or practice.

abstract

ADJ. theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational.

abstruse

ADJ. obscure; profound; difficult to understand

accelerate

V. move faster.

accessible

ADJ. easy to approach; obtainable

accessory

N. additional object; useful but not essential thing.

acclaim

V. applaud; announce with great approval.

accolade

N. award of merit.

accomodate (two meanings)

V. provide lodgings; oblige or help someone; to adapt someone to something.

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