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|abandon|| v. leave behind|
The crying baby was abandoned on Indian School Road.
|abundance|| n. a full supply, plenty|
Thanksgiving dinners are filled with abundance.
|acclaimed|| v. met with strong approval|
The acclaimed writer accepted yet another award.
|admonitions|| n. warnings|
The unruly student ignored the teacher's admonitions.
|adulation|| n. intense praise|
I was filled with adulation for the novella's hero .
|adversary|| n. enemy|
In the Most Dangerous Game, Rainsford's adversary was a serious hunter.
|adversity|| n. hardship, misfortune|
People often discussed their adversity with their psychologist.
|affluent|| adj. rich|
Many sports celebrities from the Olympics will be affluent.
|aghast|| adj. horrified|
When I witnessed the car accident, I was aghast.
|agile|| adj. moving with ease|
The Pep Squad was so agile.
|agitation|| n. state of being worried and bothered|
The medicine's side effect was a state of agitation.
|alignment|| n. state of being in a straight line|
My car is having alignment problems.
|aloof|| adj. unfriendly, keeps self at a distance|
She was not aloof, just shy.
|annihilated|| v. destroyed|
I annihilated the cybers in the video game.