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Meanings of Apochromat:

noun

A lens or lens system that reduces spherical and chromatic aberration.

Usage examples:

There are now a few apochromats on the market that are comparable in price to similar, high-end ach…

Meanings of Apocope:

noun

Omission of the final sound of a word, as when cup of tea is pronounced as cuppa tea.

Usage examples:

In these dialects many words end in a consonant but they cannot be seen as an apocope of an italian…

Meanings of Apocopes:

noun

Omission of the final sound of a word, as when cup of tea is pronounced as cuppa tea.

Usage examples:

In these dialects many words end in a consonant but they cannot be seen as an apocope of an italian…

Meanings of Apocrine:

adjective

Relating to or denoting multicellular glands which release some of their cytoplasm in their secretions, especially the sweat glands associated with hair follicles in the armpits and pubic regions.

Usage examples:

The human body contains two types of sweat glands - apocrine and eccrine.

Meanings of Apocrypha:

plural noun

Biblical or related writings not forming part of the accepted canon of scripture.

Usage examples:

The book of enoch influenced later jewish apocrypha, and left marks in the new testament and amongs…

Meanings of Apocryphal:

adjective

(of a story or statement) of doubtful authenticity, although widely circulated as being true.

Usage examples:

His alleged description of opera as ‘fat gits singing’ is probably apocryphal

Meanings of Apodeictic:

adjective

Clearly established or beyond dispute.

Usage examples:

It would have a necessary influence, or what philosophers sometimes call apodictic force.

Meanings of Apodeictical:

adjective

Clearly established or beyond dispute.

Usage examples:

It would have a necessary influence, or what philosophers sometimes call apodictic force.

Meanings of Apodictic:

adjective

Clearly established or beyond dispute.

Usage examples:

It would have a necessary influence, or what philosophers sometimes call apodictic force.

Meanings of Apodoses:

noun

The main clause of a conditional sentence (e.g. i would agree in if you asked me i would agree ).

Meanings of Apodosis:

noun

The main clause of a conditional sentence (e.g. i would agree in if you asked me i would agree ).

Meanings of Apodous:

adjective

Without feet or having only rudimentary feet.

Usage examples:

Firstly, all apodous squamates have ribs starting on or before the fourth vertebra.

Meanings of Apogee:

noun

The highest point in the development of something; a climax or culmination.

Usage examples:

A film which was the apogee of german expressionist cinema

Meanings of Apogees:

noun

The highest point in the development of something; a climax or culmination.

Usage examples:

A film which was the apogee of german expressionist cinema

Meanings of Apolar:

adjective

Having no electrical polarity.

Usage examples:

As is well known, the surface tension between water and an apolar medium of low dielectric constant…

Meanings of Apolitical:

adjective

Not interested or involved in politics.

Usage examples:

He took an apolitical stance

Meanings of Apollinarian:

adjective

Relating to or influenced by the bishop apollinaris of laodicea.

Usage examples:

The sources and text of the apollinarian literature
noun

An adherent of the teachings of the bishop apollinaris of laodicea.

Usage examples:

He was an apollinarian on the subject of the incarnation

Meanings of Apollo:

noun

A large butterfly which has creamy-white wings marked with black and red spots, found chiefly on the mountains of mainland europe.

Usage examples:

The apollo goes one step further; after mating he secretes and glues a rigid structure called a ‘sp…
proper noun

A god, son of zeus and leto and brother of artemis. he is associated with music, poetic inspiration, archery, prophecy, medicine, pastoral life, and the sun.

Meanings of Apollonian:

adjective

Relating to the god apollo.

Usage examples:

In fact, when we make reference today to the basic body types in our sport, we use terms like apoll…

Meanings of Apollos:

noun

A large butterfly which has creamy-white wings marked with black and red spots, found chiefly on the mountains of mainland europe.

Usage examples:

The apollo goes one step further; after mating he secretes and glues a rigid structure called a ‘sp…
proper noun

A god, son of zeus and leto and brother of artemis. he is associated with music, poetic inspiration, archery, prophecy, medicine, pastoral life, and the sun.

Meanings of Apollyon:

proper noun

A name for the devil (rev. 9:11).

Meanings of Apologete:

noun

A person who uses argumentative discourse to defend a doctrine or religion, especially christianity; a person skilled in apologetics.

Meanings of Apologetic:

adjective

Expressing or showing regretful acknowledgement of an offence or failure.

Usage examples:

She was very apologetic about the whole incident

Meanings of Apologetically:

adverb

In a manner that expresses or shows regretful acknowledgement of an offence or failure.

Usage examples:

He smiles apologetically and slips away

Meanings of Apologetics:

plural noun

Reasoned arguments or writings in justification of something, typically a theory or religious doctrine.

Usage examples:

Free market apologetics

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