Worder - English dictionary
Worder Dictionary

All English words - page 22

Meanings of Aboveground:

adjective

At or above ground level.

Usage examples:

The system can be installed above ground where underground excavations are difficult

Meanings of Abovementioned:

adjective

(in printed text) denoting a person or thing previously mentioned.

Usage examples:

The above-mentioned changes did not take place overnight

Meanings of Abovesaid:

adjective

Mentioned previously in the present text; aforesaid.

noun

A person or thing mentioned previously in the present text; the aforesaid.

Meanings of Abox:

adverb

Of the head-yards of a sailing vessel: in a position with only the headsails laid aback.

Meanings of Abp:

abbreviation

Archbishop.

Meanings of Abracadabra:

exclamation

A word said by conjurors when performing a magic trick.

Usage examples:

The fairy moved her magic stick and - abracadabra!
noun

Language used to give the impression of arcane knowledge or power.

Usage examples:

I get so fed up with all the mumbo jumbo and abracadabra

Meanings of Abradant:

noun

An abradant substance or agent.

adjective

Having the property or effect of abrading something; abrasive.

Meanings of Abradants:

noun

An abradant substance or agent.

adjective

Having the property or effect of abrading something; abrasive.

Meanings of Abrade:

verb

Scrape or wear away by friction or erosion.

Usage examples:

It was a landscape slowly abraded by a fine, stinging dust

Meanings of Abraded:

verb

Scrape or wear away by friction or erosion.

Usage examples:

It was a landscape slowly abraded by a fine, stinging dust

Meanings of Abrades:

verb

Scrape or wear away by friction or erosion.

Usage examples:

It was a landscape slowly abraded by a fine, stinging dust

Meanings of Abrading:

verb

Scrape or wear away by friction or erosion.

Usage examples:

It was a landscape slowly abraded by a fine, stinging dust

Meanings of Abraham:

proper noun

(in the bible) the hebrew patriarch from whom all jewish people trace their descent (gen. 11:27–25:10). in gen. 22 he is ordered by god to sacrifice his son isaac as a test of faith, a command later revoked.

Meanings of Abrahamic:

adjective

Denoting any or all of the religions (judaism, christianity, and islam) that revere abraham, the biblical patriarch.

Usage examples:

The monotheistic faiths that grew out of the abrahamic heritage

Meanings of Abranchial:

adjective

= abranchiate .

Meanings of Abranchiate:

adjective

Originally: †belonging to a former group abranchiata or abranchiatae of annelids (obsolete). in later use: (more generally) having no gills; not bearing gills.

Meanings of Abrasax:

noun

An instance or utterance of the cabbalistic word ‘abrasax’, supposed (especially in gnosticism) to act as a charm. frequently attributive, especially with reference to inscribing such a charm on a stone.

Meanings of Abrase:

verb

Abrade 2.

Meanings of Abrased:

verb

Abrade 2.

Meanings of Abrasing:

verb

Abrade 2.

Meanings of Abrasion:

noun

The process of scraping or wearing something away.

Usage examples:

The metal is resistant to abrasion

Meanings of Abrasions:

noun

The process of scraping or wearing something away.

Usage examples:

The metal is resistant to abrasion

Meanings of Abrasive:

adjective

(of a substance or material) capable of polishing or cleaning a hard surface by rubbing or grinding.

Usage examples:

The wood should be rubbed down with fine abrasive paper
noun

A substance used for grinding, polishing, or cleaning a hard surface.

Usage examples:

The refrigerator is easily damaged by abrasives

Meanings of Abrasively:

adverb

In a rude and unfriendly way

Usage examples:

"why not?" he asked abrasively., he is often seen as abrasively sure of himself.

Meanings of Abrasiveness:

noun

A rude and unfriendly way of talking or behaving

Usage examples:

She is disliked by many of her staff because of her abrasiveness., his abrasiveness intimidates man…

My Worder

Please register or authorize in order to use all the features of our service.

Random words from our English dictionary

Learn English words everywhere!

All our English words and phrases are available for learning for free in our mobile application.