Amoral- without morals, neither moral nor immoral.
Atheist- One who does not believe in god.
Anonymous- of unknown origin
Apathy- Lacking interest or emotion.
Atrophy- wasting of muscles.
Atypical- not typical
Anomaly- an irregularity
From, Away, Apart, Down, Off
Abdicate- Give up (abdicated the thrown- step away)
Abduct- to take by force Abhor- to hate, detest Abject- Abnormal- deviating from standard Abolish- to do away with, make void Abstinence- forbearance from any indulgence
Abstract- conceived apart from concrete realities Abstruse- Hard to understand; secret hidden
Sharp, Sour, Bitter
Acerbic- Sour or astringent in taste; harsh in tone Acid- something sharp, sour, or ill-natured Acrid- sharp or biting to taste or smell Acrimonious- bitterness or ill will; caustic, stinging Acumen- Acute- sharp at end; ending in a point Exacerbate- to increase bitterness or violence; aggravate
Accede, Adapt- adjust or modify Addict- to give oneself over, as to a habit or pursuit Address- to direct a speech or written statement Adhere- to stick fast; cleave, cling Adjacent-near, close or contiguous Adjoin- to be close or in contact with Admire- to regard with wonder, pleasure, and approval Advocate- to pleas in favor of
Alternative- possible choices Alias- as assumed name; another name Alibi-