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Meanings of Auberge:

noun

An inn in a french-speaking country.

Usage examples:

These days, apparently ‘restored to look as it did in van gogh's day, the auberge serves superb fre…

Meanings of Auberges:

noun

An inn in a french-speaking country.

Usage examples:

These days, apparently ‘restored to look as it did in van gogh's day, the auberge serves superb fre…

Meanings of Aubergine:

noun

The purple egg-shaped fruit of a tropical old world plant, which is eaten as a vegetable.

Usage examples:

A puree of aubergine

Meanings of Aubretia:

noun

A dwarf evergreen eurasian trailing plant with dense masses of foliage and purple, pink, or white flowers, widely cultivated in rock gardens.

Usage examples:

The most commonly planted rockery flowers are aubretia and alyssum.

Meanings of Aubretias:

noun

A dwarf evergreen eurasian trailing plant with dense masses of foliage and purple, pink, or white flowers, widely cultivated in rock gardens.

Usage examples:

The most commonly planted rockery flowers are aubretia and alyssum.

Meanings of Aubrieta:

noun

A dwarf evergreen eurasian trailing plant with dense masses of foliage and purple, pink, or white flowers, widely cultivated in rock gardens.

Usage examples:

The most commonly planted rockery flowers are aubretia and alyssum.

Meanings of Aubrietia:

noun

A dwarf evergreen eurasian trailing plant with dense masses of foliage and purple, pink, or white flowers, widely cultivated in rock gardens.

Usage examples:

The most commonly planted rockery flowers are aubretia and alyssum.

Meanings of Auburn:

adjective

(of hair) of a reddish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

Her long auburn hair was the same colour as tanya's, but tanya keeps hers up in a ponytail.
noun

A reddish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

He had black-brown hair coming to just slightly above his ears, half-dyed a tint of auburn.

Meanings of Aubusson:

noun

A fine tapestry or carpet made at aubusson, a town in central france, especially one from the late 18th century.

Usage examples:

I'm not sure exactly how old this rug is, but i've seen aubussons of this era sell on ebay for 25-7…

Meanings of Aucht:

noun

A possession, a thing owned, especially something valuable or highly prized (frequently in plural). also (and in later use chiefly) as a mass noun: that which one possesses as one's own; property, goods, possessions; treasure, riches.

Meanings of Auckland:

proper noun

The largest city and chief seaport of new zealand, in the north island; population 404,658 (2006). it was the site of the first parliament of new zealand in 1854, remaining the capital until 1865.

noun

A large city in the northern part of new zealand

Usage examples:

The rate of infection in central auckland was lower compared to north auckland., this work was supp…

Meanings of Auction:

noun

A public sale in which goods or property are sold to the highest bidder.

Usage examples:

The books are expected to fetch a six-figure sum at tomorrow's auction
verb

Sell or offer for sale at an auction.

Usage examples:

The painting was auctioned at christie's

Auction off

ˈɔːk.ʃən

Meanings of Auction off:

phrasal verb

Sell at an auction

noun

A usually public sale of goods or property, where people make higher and higher bids (= offers of money) for each item, until there are no higher bids and it is sold for the most money offered

Usage examples:

[ c ] an auction of early american furniture, [ u ] bulls sold at auction, the artwork is being auc…

Meanings of Auctioned:

verb

Sell or offer for sale at an auction.

Usage examples:

The painting was auctioned at christie's
noun

A public sale in which goods or property are sold to the highest bidder.

Usage examples:

The books are expected to fetch a six-figure sum at tomorrow's auction

Meanings of Auctioneer:

noun

A person who conducts auctions by accepting bids and declaring goods sold.

Usage examples:

Baker had instructed auctioneers to sell certain goods.

Meanings of Auctioneers:

noun

A person who conducts auctions by accepting bids and declaring goods sold.

Usage examples:

Baker had instructed auctioneers to sell certain goods.

Meanings of Auctioning:

verb

Sell or offer for sale at an auction.

Usage examples:

The painting was auctioned at christie's
noun

A public sale in which goods or property are sold to the highest bidder.

Usage examples:

The books are expected to fetch a six-figure sum at tomorrow's auction

Meanings of Auctions:

noun

A public sale in which goods or property are sold to the highest bidder.

Usage examples:

The books are expected to fetch a six-figure sum at tomorrow's auction
verb

Sell or offer for sale at an auction.

Usage examples:

The painting was auctioned at christie's

Meanings of Aucuba:

noun

A hardy east asian evergreen shrub of the dogwood family, resembling a laurel.

Usage examples:

Prune established shrubs such as aucuba, laurel, and witch hazel.

Meanings of Aucubas:

noun

A hardy east asian evergreen shrub of the dogwood family, resembling a laurel.

Usage examples:

Prune established shrubs such as aucuba, laurel, and witch hazel.

Meanings of Aud:

abbreviation

Australian dollar(s).

Meanings of Audacious:

adjective

Showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks.

Usage examples:

A series of audacious takeovers

Meanings of Audaciously:

adverb

In a way that shows a willingness to take risks or offend people

Usage examples:

The group is audaciously protesting against unearned wealth and privilege., he's an audaciously fun…

Meanings of Audaciousness:

noun

Behaviour that shows a willingness to take risks or offend people

Usage examples:

Many voters were shocked by the audaciousness of the candidate, but some found his style refreshing…

Meanings of Audacity:

noun

A willingness to take bold risks.

Usage examples:

He whistled at the sheer audacity of the plan

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