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Meanings of Accustomedly:

adverb

In the accustomed manner; usually, customarily.

Meanings of Accustomedness:

noun

The quality or fact of being usual or customary, or of being accustomed or used to something; habituation.

Meanings of Accustoming:

verb

Make someone or something accept (something) as normal or usual.

Usage examples:

I accustomed my eyes to the lenses

Meanings of Accustoms:

verb

Make someone or something accept (something) as normal or usual.

Usage examples:

I accustomed my eyes to the lenses

Meanings of Ace:

noun

A playing card with a single spot on it, ranked as the highest card in its suit in most card games.

Usage examples:

The ace of diamonds
adjective

Very good.

Usage examples:

An ace swimmer
verb

(in tennis and similar games) serve an ace against (an opponent).

Usage examples:

He can ace opponents with serves of no more than 62 mph

Meanings of Ace in the hole:

idiom

Secret knowledge or a secret skill that will give you an advantage

Meanings of Ace up one’s sleeve:

phrase

A plan or piece of information kept secret until it becomes necessary to use it.

Usage examples:

The prime minister has several other aces up his sleeve

Meanings of Aced:

verb

(in tennis and similar games) serve an ace against (an opponent).

Usage examples:

He can ace opponents with serves of no more than 62 mph
noun

A playing card with a single spot on it, ranked as the highest card in its suit in most card games.

Usage examples:

The ace of diamonds
adjective

Very good.

Usage examples:

An ace swimmer

Meanings of Acedia:

noun

Another term for accidie.

Meanings of Acedy:

noun

Accidie.

Meanings of Aceldama:

noun

A field of bloodshed; a scene of slaughter or butchery; a wretched place.

Meanings of Aceldamas:

noun

A field of bloodshed; a scene of slaughter or butchery; a wretched place.

Meanings of Acellular:

adjective

Not consisting of, divided into, or containing cells.

Usage examples:

Briefly, a cell volume distribution was obtained and gates were set to select for counting only int…

Meanings of Acenaphthene:

noun

A crystalline aromatic hydrocarbon found in coal tar and used in the manufacture of dyes and pesticides.

Meanings of Acenaphthylene:

noun

A crystalline aromatic hydrocarbon found in coal tar and tobacco smoke.

Meanings of Acentric:

adjective

Without a centre; not centralized.

Usage examples:

However, not all acentric chromosomes and dicentric chromosomes/centric rings were converted to mni…

Meanings of Acephal:

noun

= acephalian . also: †a priest who is not subject to the authority of a bishop (obsolete rare). usually with capital initial.

adjective

Having or recognizing no ruler, head, or chief; = "acephalous".

Meanings of Acephala:

noun

With plural agreement. a former class of invertebrates lacking distinct heads, broadly equivalent to bivalvia (bivalve molluscs) but also including tunicates; (also in form acephala) invertebrates of this class collectively. occasionally with singular agreement (also in form acephala): an invertebrate of this class. compare acephal , acephalan .

Meanings of Acephalan:

adjective

Of the former invertebrate class acephala; designating or relating to this class.

Meanings of Acephali:

noun

With capital initial. a group of extreme monophysites who seceded from the main body in the 5th century, acknowledging no leaders and rejecting episcopal control. also in singular, in form acephalus: a member of such a group.

Meanings of Acephalia:

noun

Absence of a head, especially as a congenital malformation.

Meanings of Acephalist:

noun

= acephalian .

Meanings of Acephalite:

noun

= acephalian .

Meanings of Acephalous:

adjective

Not having a head.

Usage examples:

An acephalous skeleton

Meanings of Acephalus:

noun

A fetus affected with acephaly.

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