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Meanings of Assonate:

verb

(of a word or line) have a sound, especially a vowel sound, that corresponds to another.

Usage examples:

The device recurs in stanza iii, using fail to assonate with rain

Meanings of Assort:

verb

(of genes or characteristics) become distributed among cells or progeny.

Usage examples:

Banding on the shell assorts independently of colour

Meanings of Assortative:

adjective

Denoting or involving the preferential mating of animals or marriage between people with similar characteristics.

Usage examples:

Assortative mating

Meanings of Assortatively:

adjective

Denoting or involving the preferential mating of animals or marriage between people with similar characteristics.

Usage examples:

Assortative mating

Meanings of Assorted:

adjective

Of various sorts put together; miscellaneous.

Usage examples:

Bowls in assorted colours
verb

(of genes or characteristics) become distributed among cells or progeny.

Usage examples:

Banding on the shell assorts independently of colour

Meanings of Assorting:

verb

(of genes or characteristics) become distributed among cells or progeny.

Usage examples:

Banding on the shell assorts independently of colour

Meanings of Assortment:

noun

A miscellaneous collection of things or people.

Usage examples:

The room was filled with an assortment of clothes

Meanings of Assortments:

noun

A miscellaneous collection of things or people.

Usage examples:

The room was filled with an assortment of clothes

Meanings of Assorts:

verb

(of genes or characteristics) become distributed among cells or progeny.

Usage examples:

Banding on the shell assorts independently of colour

Meanings of Asssembler:

noun

A person who assembles a machine or its parts.

Usage examples:

I met crankshaft grinders and engine assemblers who could discuss the roi of their machine tools.

Meanings of Asst:

abbreviation

Assistant.

adjective

Written abbreviation for assistant adjective

Usage examples:

Asst general manager

Meanings of Assuage:

verb

Make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense.

Usage examples:

The letter assuaged the fears of most members

Meanings of Assuaged:

verb

Make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense.

Usage examples:

The letter assuaged the fears of most members

Meanings of Assuages:

verb

Make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense.

Usage examples:

The letter assuaged the fears of most members

Meanings of Assuaging:

verb

Make (an unpleasant feeling) less intense.

Usage examples:

The letter assuaged the fears of most members

Meanings of Assuasive:

adjective

Soothing or calming.

Usage examples:

Trombone and piano combine in a tone at once astringent and oddly assuasive

Meanings of Assume:

verb

Suppose to be the case, without proof.

Usage examples:

Topics which assume detailed knowledge of local events

Meanings of Assumed:

verb

Suppose to be the case, without proof.

Usage examples:

Topics which assume detailed knowledge of local events
adjective

(of a manner or identity) taken on or adopted, sometimes falsely.

Usage examples:

A man living under an assumed name

Meanings of Assumed-name:

noun

A name that a company uses to do business that is not the legal name of the company

Usage examples:

The law of many states requires businesses to file assumed name certificates.

Meanings of Assumes:

verb

Suppose to be the case, without proof.

Usage examples:

Topics which assume detailed knowledge of local events

Meanings of Assuming:

conjunction

Used for the purpose of argument to indicate a premise on which a statement can be based.

Usage examples:

Assuming that the treaty is ratified, what is its relevance?
adjective

Arrogant or presumptuous.

Usage examples:

Usually an assuming policeman would come on screen and mumble something about a new lead in the pro…
verb

Suppose to be the case, without proof.

Usage examples:

Topics which assume detailed knowledge of local events

Assuming-that

əˈsjuː.mɪŋ ðət

Meanings of Assuming-that:

conjunction

Accepting something as true; if

Usage examples:

My plans include you, she said, assuming i could discover a way to interest you.

Meanings of Assumpsit:

noun

A plea in an action of assumpsit by which the defendant denies having made any promise or undertaking.

Assumption

əˈsʌmp.ʃən

Meanings of Assumption:

noun

A thing that is accepted as true or as certain to happen, without proof.

Usage examples:

They made certain assumptions about the market

Meanings of Assumption-of:

phrase

The act of taking a position of power, responsibility, etc.

Usage examples:

The revolutionaries' assumption of power took the army by surprise., the assumption of responsibili…

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