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Meanings of Abecedary:

adjective

Alphabetical. also, of a poem, etc.: that has each verse or line beginning with a different letter of the alphabet, in alphabetical order.

Meanings of Abed:

adverb

In bed.

Usage examples:

I lay abed an hour longer than usual again this morning and i'm moving kinda slow.

Meanings of Abeigh:

adverb

Aloof, apart; away, at a distance.

Meanings of Abel:

proper noun

(in the bible) the second son of adam and eve, murdered by his brother cain.

Meanings of Abele:

noun

The white poplar.

Usage examples:

Grey poplar, populus canescens, is a hybrid between abele and aspen.

Meanings of Abeles:

noun

The white poplar.

Usage examples:

Grey poplar, populus canescens, is a hybrid between abele and aspen.

Meanings of Abelia:

noun

An east asian shrub of the honeysuckle family, typically having small tubular pink or white flowers.

Usage examples:

Summer- and fall-blooming shrubs include such plants as abelia, beautyberry, butterfly bush, rose o…

Meanings of Abelian:

adjective

(of a group) having members related by a commutative operation (i.e. a * b = b * a ).

Meanings of Abelite:

noun

A member of a small religious sect in north africa, active in the 4th century, for whom, according to st augustine, marriage was compulsory but its consummation forbidden, after the supposed example of abel (no children of whom are mentioned in the bible).

Meanings of Abelmosk:

noun

Any of several plants of the tropical genus abelmoschus, especially a. moschatus, with aromatic seeds which yield a musky oil, formerly used medicinally and as a substitute for animal musk, and a. esculentus, the plant okra, cultivated for its edible seed pods; these pods themselves.

Meanings of Abelmosks:

noun

Any of several plants of the tropical genus abelmoschus, especially a. moschatus, with aromatic seeds which yield a musky oil, formerly used medicinally and as a substitute for animal musk, and a. esculentus, the plant okra, cultivated for its edible seed pods; these pods themselves.

Meanings of Abelonian:

noun

= abelite .

Meanings of Aberdeen:

proper noun

A city and seaport in north-eastern scotland; population 166,900 (est. 2009). it is a centre of the offshore north sea oil industry.

noun

A city in northeastern scotland

Usage examples:

I was working for an oil company in aberdeen.

Meanings of Aberdevine:

noun

The siskin, carduelis spinus, especially as a cage bird.

Meanings of Aberdonian:

adjective

Of aberdeen.

Usage examples:

When he speaks english, he does so with a soft, aberdonian lilt.
noun

A person from aberdeen.

Usage examples:

‘it's not true that aberdonians are tightfisted,’ he will remark.

Meanings of Abernethy:

noun

More fully "abernethy biscuit". a hard biscuit flavoured with caraway seeds.

Meanings of Aberrant:

adjective

Departing from an accepted standard.

Usage examples:

This somewhat aberrant behaviour requires an explanation

Meanings of Aberrate:

verb

To go astray; to deviate from a usual course or mode of behaviour.

Meanings of Aberrated:

adjective

Characterized by aberration; aberrant, abnormal, distorted.

Meanings of Aberrating:

adjective

That produces, is characterized by, or is subject to aberration.

Meanings of Aberration:

noun

A departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one.

Usage examples:

They described the outbreak of violence in the area as an aberration

Meanings of Aberrations:

noun

A departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one.

Usage examples:

They described the outbreak of violence in the area as an aberration

Meanings of Aberuncate:

verb

To pull up by the roots; to remove entirely.

Meanings of Abessive:

adjective

Designating, being in, or relating to a case in certain finno-ugric languages, especially finnish, which expresses the absence of something.

noun

The abessive case; a word, form, etc., in the abessive case.

Meanings of Abet:

verb

Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.

Usage examples:

He was not guilty of murder but was guilty of aiding and abetting others

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