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Meanings of Abiology:

noun

The study of inanimate nature; science other than biology or the life sciences.

Meanings of Abiotic:

adjective

Physical rather than biological; not derived from living organisms.

Usage examples:

Abiotic chemical reactions

Meanings of Abiotically:

adverb

In an abiotic manner; without the involvement of living cells or organisms; abiogenically.

Meanings of Abiotrophy:

noun

Premature degeneration of cells or tissue (now usually within the central nervous system), especially when hereditary or otherwise independent of external factors; an instance of this; any condition characterized by this.

Meanings of Abipon:

noun

A member of a south american people formerly inhabiting the gran chaco region of argentina and paraguay.

adjective

Of or designating the abipon or their language.

Meanings of Abir:

noun

Brightly coloured powder of a type thrown into the air and on to others in celebration of the hindu festival of holi.

Usage examples:

I only use light shades of herbal abeer to smear on my friends

Meanings of Abirritant:

adjective

That reduces irritation. also as noun: a soothing drug, ointment, etc.

Meanings of Abject:

adjective

(of something bad) experienced or present to the maximum degree.

Usage examples:

His letter plunged her into abject misery

Meanings of Abjectedness:

noun

The state or condition of being cast down or dispirited; abasement, abjectness.

Meanings of Abjection:

noun

The state of being extremely unhappy, poor, unsuccessful, etc.

Usage examples:

The actor does a great job in portraying the abjection of this most pitiful of characters., working…

Meanings of Abjectly:

adverb

In an extreme or bad way

Usage examples:

The administration had failed abjectly in its duty to protect the country., they performed abjectly…

Meanings of Abjudicate:

verb

To pass judgment against; to reject or disallow; to prohibit.

Meanings of Abjudicated:

verb

To pass judgment against; to reject or disallow; to prohibit.

Meanings of Abjudicating:

verb

To pass judgment against; to reject or disallow; to prohibit.

Meanings of Abjudication:

noun

The action or an act of taking away by judicial decision.

Meanings of Abjugate:

verb

To unyoke, uncouple; to free.

Meanings of Abjunction:

noun

The separation of spores or conidia from the hyphae of certain fungi by the formation of septa.

Meanings of Abjuration:

noun

A formal or public statement that you no longer agree with a belief or way of behaving

Usage examples:

She was forced to make an abjuration of her catholic faith., her abjuration of her belief in indepe…

Meanings of Abjure:

verb

Solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim).

Usage examples:

Mps were urged to abjure their jacobite allegiance

Meanings of Abjured:

verb

Solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim).

Usage examples:

Mps were urged to abjure their jacobite allegiance

Meanings of Abjurement:

noun

The process of abjuring; abjuration, renunciation.

Meanings of Abjurer:

noun

A person who abjures, rejects, or gives up something.

Meanings of Abjurers:

noun

A person who abjures, rejects, or gives up something.

Meanings of Abjures:

verb

Solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim).

Usage examples:

Mps were urged to abjure their jacobite allegiance

Meanings of Abjuring:

verb

Solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim).

Usage examples:

Mps were urged to abjure their jacobite allegiance

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