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27p. ALCHEMIZED
26p. ALCHEMIZES
25p. ACTIVIZING
25p. AFFIXMENTS
24p. ALKALIZING Present participle of alkalize.
24p. ADVERTIZED
24p. ACQUIESCED
23p. AFFIXATION The adding of an affix to a word.
23p. ALKALIZERS
23p. AFFIXTURES
23p. ACQUIESCES to agree or express agreement
23p. ALKALINIZE To convert, or be converted, to an alkali.
23p. ACQUIRABLE Capable of being acquired.
23p. ADVERTIZES
23p. AEROBICIZE To perform aerobics.
23p. ADJECTIVES a word that expresses an attribute of something
23p. ADJUNCTIVE A connector joining two components of the same weight, such as a coordinating conjunction .
23p. ADJECTIVAL of or relating to or functioning as an adjective
23p. ADEQUATELY in an adequate manner or to an adequate degree
23p. ADJACENTLY In such a way as to be adjacent.
22p. ACQUAINTED having fair knowledge of
22p. ADJACENCES
22p. ACQUITTING pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
22p. AFTERSHOCK An earthquake that follows in the same vicinity as another, usually larger, earthquake the "mainshock".
22p. AFFORDABLY In an affordable manner; to an affordable degree.
22p. ACTUALIZED
22p. ADEQUACIES Plural of adequacy.
22p. AGGRANDIZE add details to
22p. AFFECTEDLY in an affected manner
21p. ACCOMPLISH put in effect
21p. ACQUISITOR One who acquires.
21p. AFFABILITY a disposition to be friendly and approachable (easy to talk to)
21p. ACCEPTABLY In an acceptable manner; in a manner to please or give satisfaction.
21p. ADJURATORY Of or pertaining to an adjuration.
21p. ABSOLUTIZE
21p. ACQUITTALS Plural of acquittal.
21p. ADJUDICATE put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of
21p. ACQUITTERS Plural of acquitter.
21p. ACTUALIZES make real or concrete
21p. ABJECTIONS Plural of abjection.
21p. AFFLICTIVE That causes physical or mental pain.
21p. AFFRIGHTED Terrified.
21p. ABJECTNESS
20p. ACCEPTEDLY In an accepted manner; admittedly.
20p. ADJUNCTION The act of joining; the thing joined or added.
20p. AFLATOXINS Plural of aflatoxin.
20p. ADJUSTABLE capable of being changed so as to match or fit
20p. ADJUSTMENT making or becoming suitable
20p. ADMIXTURES the state of impairing the quality or reducing the value of something
20p. ADHESIVELY In a adhesive manner; by adhesion.
20p. AFTERDECKS Plural of afterdeck.
20p. AERENCHYMA A spongy, airy tissue founds especially in the roots of aquatic plants.
20p. ACIDIFYING Present participle of acidify.
20p. ACCOMPLICE a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan)
20p. ALLEGORIZE Alternative spelling of allegorise.
20p. ACHIEVABLE capable of existing or taking place or proving true
20p. AFFIDAVITS written declaration made under oath
20p. ACYCLOVIRS
20p. AFFECTABLE Able to be affected.
20p. AFFIRMABLE Able to be affirmed.
20p. AFFIRMANCE The act of affirming, affirmation.
19p. ACROPHOBIA Fear of heights.
19p. ADOPTIVELY In a adoptive manner; by adoption.
19p. ALCHEMICAL related to or concerned with alchemy
19p. ALIZARINES
19p. AFFERENTLY Inwardly, toward the center.
19p. ACROPHOBES Plural of acrophobe.
19p. AEROSOLIZE To disperse as an aerosol.
19p. ABBOTSHIPS Plural of abbotship.
19p. AFFIANCING Present participle of affiance.
19p. ACETIFYING Present participle of acetify.
19p. ACCESSIBLY In an accessible manner.
19p. ADAPTIVELY In an adaptive manner; with adaptation; in an adjusted or fitting manner; with fitness.
19p. ADJOURNING Present participle of adjourn.
19p. AFTERSHAVE A lotion, gel, or liquid used after finishing shaving.
19p. AFFRICATED
19p. ACHROMATIC Free from color; transmitting light without color-related distortion.
19p. ACCOUCHEUR A man who assists women in childbirth; a male midwife; an obstetrician.
19p. ADVERTENCY The quality of being advertent; heedfulness; regard; consideration.
19p. AFFLICTING Present participle of afflict.
19p. ADAPTIVITY The state or quality of being adaptive; capacity to adapt.
19p. AFFORDABLE Able to be afforded.
19p. AFFLUENTLY In an affluent manner.
19p. ABOMINABLY
19p. ABSORBENCY the property of being absorbent
19p. ALKAHESTIC
19p. ADVOCATIVE
19p. ABSORBANCY
19p. ABJURATION a disavowal or taking back of a previous assertion
18p. ADDITIVITY The property of being additive.
18p. ADDITIVELY In an additive manner.
18p. ACIDOPHILE An organism that lives and thrives under acidic conditions; a form of extremophile.
18p. ACCIDENTLY By accident, unexpectedly, by chance; fortuitously, unintentionally.
18p. ACIDIMETRY The measurement of the strength of acids, especially by a chemical process based on the law of chemical combinations, or the fact that, to produce a complete reaction, a certain definite weight of reagent is required.
18p. ALEXANDERS
18p. AFTERMATHS the consequences of an event (especially a catastrophic event)
18p. ADIPOCYTES Plural of adipocyte.
18p. ACCEPTANCE the mental attitude that something is believable and should be accepted as true
18p. ACCURSEDLY In an accursed manner.
18p. ABCOULOMBS Plural of abcoulomb.
18p. ALKYLATING Present participle of alkylate.
18p. ACCEPTABLE worthy of acceptance or satisfactory
18p. AFTERDAMPS
18p. ABOVEBOARD without concealment or deception
18p. ABRASIVELY In an abrasive manner; in a rude and unkind manner; acting in a way that may hurt other people's feelings.
18p. AFFIRMANTS Plural of affirmant.
18p. AFFECTLESS Lacking or not showing emotion.
18p. AFFECTIONS a positive feeling of liking
18p. AFFLICTERS
18p. AFFLICTION a state of great suffering and distress due to adversity
18p. AEROPHYTES Plural of aerophyte.
18p. AFFLUENCES abundant wealth
18p. ABLATIVELY
18p. AGORAPHOBE Someone who suffers from agoraphobia.
18p. ADVOCACIES Plural of advocacy.
18p. ALKALIFIED turn basic and less acidic
18p. ACROMEGALY A chronic disease marked by enlargement of the bones of the extremities, face, and jaw that is caused by over-activity of the pituitary gland.
18p. ABORTIVELY
18p. ACRYLAMIDE The amide of acrylic acid , CH2=CH. CONH2; used in the manufacture of polyacrylamides.
18p. AFFRICATES Plural of affricate.
18p. ADJURATION A grave warning.
18p. AFTERBIRTH The placenta and other material expelled via the birth canal following childbirth or parturition in mammals.
18p. ACIDOPHILS Plural of acidophil.
18p. ACCUSINGLY In an accusing manner.
17p. ACTIONABLY In an actionable manner.
17p. ACTABILITY The condition of being actable.
17p. ACRITARCHS Plural of acritarch.
17p. AARDWOLVES striped hyena of southeast Africa that feeds chiefly on insects
17p. ACTOMYOSIN A protein complex composed of actin and myosin, found in muscle fibres.
17p. ADVOCATING Present participle of advocate.
17p. AFTERPIECE A piece performed after a play, usually a farce or other small entertainment.
17p. AFTERWORDS Plural of afterword.
17p. AFTERGLOWS Plural of afterglow.
17p. AFTERCLAPS
17p. AFFRONTING Present participle of affront.
17p. AFFORESTED Simple past and past participle of afforest.
17p. AFFILIATED being joined in close association
17p. AFTERWORLD A supposed world that is entered after death.
17p. AEROPHOBES
17p. AEROBRAKED
17p. AIRCOACHES
17p. ALCOHOLISM habitual intoxication
17p. AIRFREIGHT The transportation of freight by air.
17p. AIRMANSHIP Skill in and knowledge of the work of navigating and operating an aircraft.
17p. AITCHBONES Plural of aitchbone.
17p. ADMONISHED
17p. ADMITTEDLY as acknowledged
17p. ALCHEMISTS one who was versed in the practice of alchemy and who sought an elixir of life and a panacea and an alkahest and the philosopher's stone
17p. ADMIRINGLY with admiration
17p. ADHIBITING Present participle of adhibit.
17p. ADHERENTLY In an adherent manner.
17p. ALCOHOLICS a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually
17p. ADVENTIVES
17p. ACTIVISTIC Relating to the practice of activism or the behavior and beliefs of activists.
17p. AFTERWARDS happening at a time subsequent to a reference time
17p. ABNORMALLY in an abnormal manner
17p. ACCUSATORY Pertaining to, or containing, an accusation; "as, an accusatory libel" - George Grote .
17p. ACCUSTOMED (often followed by `to') in the habit of or adapted to
17p. ACEPHALOUS Headless.
17p. ALKALINITY pH values above 7
17p. ACCURATELY with few mistakes
17p. ACADEMICAL Related to a university or other form of higher education.
17p. ACADEMISMS
17p. ACCEDENCES Plural of accedence.
17p. ALKYLATION Any reaction in which an alkyl group is added to a molecule; used in the production of high-octane petroleum fuels.
17p. ABSTRACTLY in abstract terms
17p. ACCIDENCES Plural of accidence.
17p. ABHORRENCE hate coupled with disgust
17p. ABEYANCIES Plural of abeyancy.
17p. ACCORDANCE concurrence of opinion
17p. ABSORPTIVE having power or capacity or tendency to absorb or soak up something (liquids or energy etc.)
17p. ABBREVIATE reduce in scope while retaining essential elements
17p. ALKALIFIES
17p. ACETYLENIC Of or pertaining to acetylene or its derivatives; having a carbon-to-carbon triple bond .
17p. ACCLAIMING Present participle of acclaim.
17p. ACCLIMATED accustomed, adapted or hardened to some environment.
17p. ABASHMENTS Plural of abashment.
17p. ACCUSATIVE The accusative case .
16p. AIRBRUSHED
16p. ADUMBRATED Obscured.
16p. AIRDROPPED
16p. ADSORPTIVE Pertaining to, tending toward, or characterized by adsorption.
16p. AIRPROOFED
16p. ABUNDANTLY in an abundant manner
16p. ALARMINGLY In an alarming way, frighteningly.
16p. ADMONITORY Of or pertaining to an admonition.
16p. ADMONISHES
16p. ADMONISHER One who admonishes.
16p. ADVECTIONS
16p. ACCESSIBLE capable of being reached
16p. ACCIPITERS Plural of accipiter.
16p. ACCLAIMERS Plural of acclaimer.
16p. ADHERENCES faithful support for a cause or political party or religion
16p. ADVANTAGED
16p. ABSORBANCE
16p. ADVERBIALS Plural of adverbial.
16p. AFFILIATES a subordinate or subsidiary associate
16p. AFTERLIVES Plural of afterlife.
16p. AFTERLIFES life after death
16p. AFTERIMAGE An image which persists or remains in negative after the original stimulation has ended.
16p. ABDICATING Present participle of abdicate.
16p. AFICIONADO A person who likes, knows about, and appreciates a particular interest or activity; a fan or devotee.
16p. AFICIONADA A devoted admirer. A female aficionado.
16p. ABOLISHING Present participle of abolish.
16p. AFFLATUSES Plural of afflatus.
16p. ABOMINABLE unequivocally detestable
16p. AFFINITIES Plural of affinity.
16p. ABRIDGMENT a shortened version of a written work
16p. ADVERTENCE The quality of being advertent; heedfulness; regard; consideration.
16p. ABSCONDING An instance in which someone absconds.
16p. AGAPANTHUS
16p. AGGRAVATED
16p. AEROBRAKES
16p. AGGRIEVING Present participle of aggrieve.
16p. ABSORBABLE
16p. ACCOLADING Present participle of accolade.
16p. ADVOCATORS Plural of advocator.
16p. ADVOCATION The act of advocating or pleading.
16p. ADVISEMENT careful consideration
16p. ACCLIMATES get used to a certain climate
16p. ACHONDRITE Any stony meteorite that contains no chondrules.
16p. ACCRUEMENT The act of accruing.
16p. ACCURACIES Plural of accuracy.
16p. ACCUMULATE get or gather together
16p. ACTIVATING the activity of causing to have energy and be active
16p. ACETABULUM A vinegar cup.
16p. ACIDIFIERS Plural of acidifier.
16p. ACETYLATED That has been reacted with acetic acid or one of its derivatives, or has been modified by the attachment of acetyl groups.
16p. ALDERWOMEN Plural of alderwoman.
16p. ALDERWOMAN Feminine form of alderman.
16p. ALGORITHMS a precise rule (or set of rules) specifying how to solve some problem
16p. ACCREDITED given official approval to act
16p. ACROBATICS The art of performing acrobatic gymnastic feats.
16p. ALIGHTMENT
15p. ADVANTAGES the quality of having a superior or more favorable position
15p. ACTIVITIES Plural of activity.
15p. ADUMBRATES
15p. AFTERTIMES Plural of aftertime.
15p. ADEMPTIONS
15p. ADULTHOODS the period of time in your life after your physical growth has stopped and you are fully developed
15p. ABOMINATED
15p. ACETAMIDES
15p. AIRBRUSHES Plural of airbrush.
15p. ACETIFIERS
15p. ABSTRACTED lost in thought
15p. ABREACTING Present participle of abreact.
15p. ADVERTISED called to public attention
15p. ADVENTURED
15p. ABSOLUTELY completely and without qualification
15p. AEROPHORES
15p. ALKALISING
15p. AEROGRAMME Alternative spelling of aerogram.
15p. AGGRESSIVE having or showing determination and energetic pursuit of your ends
15p. ABSOLUTIVE
15p. AGITATEDLY In an agitated manner.
15p. ABSOLVENTS Plural of absolvent.
15p. AESTHETICS (art) the branch of philosophy dealing with beauty and taste (emphasizing the evaluative criteria that are applied to art)
15p. ACTIVENESS The state or quality of being active.
15p. ACERBATING Present participle of acerbate.
15p. ABSCONDERS Plural of absconder.
15p. ABSCESSING Present participle of abscess.
15p. ACTIVATION stimulation of activity in an organism or chemical
15p. ALKALOIDAL Of or pertaining to alkaloids.
15p. ADSORBABLE Able to be adsorbed.
15p. ACTIVATORS Plural of activator.
15p. ACHINESSES
15p. ABOLISHERS Plural of abolisher.
15p. ABERRANTLY
15p. ACETYLATES
15p. AFTERCARES
15p. ABDICATORS Plural of abdicator.
15p. ACCOUNTING a convincing explanation that reveals basic causes
15p. ACARICIDAL Deadly to acarids.
15p. ACARICIDES Plural of acaricide.
15p. ACCOUTERED provided with necessary articles of equipment for a specialized purpose (especially military)
15p. ABDICATION a formal resignation and renunciation of powers
15p. ACETYLENES a colorless flammable gas used chiefly in welding and in organic synthesis
15p. ABUNDANCES the property of a more than adequate quantity or supply
15p. ACIDIMETER An instrument for ascertaining the strength of acids.
15p. ACHALASIAS
15p. ACCORDIONS a portable box-shaped free-reed instrument
15p. ADIPOCERES
15p. ACCIDENTAL a musical notation that makes a note sharp or flat or natural although that is not part of the key signature
15p. ADDLEPATED Addled; confused; stupid; flustered.
15p. ALDERMANIC Of or pertaining to an alderman.
15p. AFTERPAINS Plural of afterpain.
15p. ABDOMINALS Plural of abdominal.
15p. ACANTHUSES Plural of acanthus.
15p. ABDUCENTES
15p. ABSTRUSITY
15p. ACUMINATED
15p. ABDUCTORES Plural of abductor Sometimes used instead of abductor when referring to the anatomical muscles.
15p. ABDUCTIONS Plural of abduction.
15p. ACCOUTRING Present participle of accoutre.
15p. ABSTRICTED Separated by abstriction.
15p. ACYLATIONS Plural of acylation.
15p. ALIMENTARY of or providing nourishment
15p. ADAMANCIES
15p. ABSTRUSELY in a manner difficult to understand
15p. AGGRAVATES make worse
15p. ADMISSIBLE deserving to be admitted
15p. ABSURDISMS
15p. ADMITTANCE the right to enter
14p. ABATEMENTS an interruption in the intensity or amount of something
14p. ABSOLUTISM Positiveness; the state of being absolute.
14p. ABANDONING An act in which something or someone is abandoned; abandonment, neglect.
14p. ABASEMENTS a low or downcast state
14p. ABNEGATING Present participle of abnegate.
14p. ACOUSTICAL of or relating to the science of acoustics
14p. AGATEWARES Plural of agateware.
14p. AEROSCOPES
14p. ABERRANCES Plural of aberrance.
14p. AEROSPACES
14p. ACIDULATED
14p. ABROGATING Present participle of abrogate.
14p. AESTIVATED Alternative spelling of estivated.
14p. ACETABULAR
14p. ABREACTION
14p. ABOMINATOR
14p. ACOELOMATE Any animal without a coelom.
14p. ACERBITIES Plural of acerbity.
14p. ABRUPTNESS Suddenness; unceremonious haste or vehemence; as, abruptness of style or manner.
14p. ABRUPTIONS Plural of abruption.
14p. ABOMINATES find repugnant
14p. ABSCISSION The act or process of cutting off.
14p. ABSORPTION (chemistry) a process in which one substance permeates another
14p. ACRIMONIES Plural of acrimony.
14p. ADMEASURED
14p. ABSTRACTER one who makes abstracts or summarizes information
14p. ADRENERGIC Having the quality of adrenaline or epinephrine.
14p. ALGAECIDES Plural of algaecide.
14p. AIRSTRIKES Plural of airstrike.
14p. ACUMINATES
14p. ABSTRACTOR A title or grade of clerk in the British Civil Service .
14p. ALBINISTIC Of or pertaining to albinism.
14p. ALBUMINOUS Of or pertaining to albumin.
14p. ABACTERIAL
14p. ACCELERANT Any substance that can bond, mix, or disturb another substance and cause an increase in the speed of a natural or artificial chemical process.
14p. ABSTINENCE the trait of abstaining (especially from alcohol)
14p. ACCELERATE move faster
14p. ACCENTLESS Speaking without an accent.
14p. ACCENTUATE to stress, single out as important
14p. ADDICTIONS being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs)
14p. ACCOUNTANT someone who maintains and audits business accounts
14p. ACCESSIONS a process of increasing by addition (as to a collection or group)
14p. ADHESIONAL
14p. ADENOVIRUS Any virus of the family Adenoviridae, many of which are responsible for respiratory infections in humans.
14p. ADENOVIRAL Of, pertaining to, or caused by an adenovirus.
14p. ALDERFLIES
14p. AIRLIFTING Present participle of airlift.
14p. ACCRETIONS Plural of accretion.
14p. ADVENTITIA The outermost layer of epithelial tissue encasing a visceral organ.
14p. ADVERTISES call attention to
14p. AGGREGATED formed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole
14p. ACROSPIRES Plural of acrospire.
14p. ACROSTICAL
14p. AEROBATICS Spectacular stunts, performed in an airplane or glider. Examples include various types of rolls and loops.
14p. ACCUSATION a formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person
14p. AECIOSPORE A binucleate spore of a rust fungus , formed in a chainlike series in an aecium.
14p. ACTIONABLE Affording grounds for legal action.
14p. ABSORBANTS
14p. ABSORBENTS Plural of absorbent.
14p. ADVISORIES Plural of advisory.
14p. ADDUCTIONS Plural of adduction.
14p. ADVERTISER someone whose business is advertising
14p. ABSTEMIOUS sparing in consumption of especially food and drink
14p. ADVENTURES a wild and exciting undertaking (not necessarily lawful)
14p. ADVENTURER a person who enjoys taking risks
14p. ABSTERGING Present participle of absterge.
13p. AGALACTIAS
13p. ALLETHRINS Plural of allethrin.
13p. AGRIMONIES Plural of agrimony.
13p. AGGREGATES the whole amount
13p. AGGRESSING Present participle of aggress.
13p. AGRONOMIES Plural of agronomy.
13p. ALGEBRAIST A mathematician who specializes in algebra.
13p. AGRONOMIST A scientist whose speciality is agronomy.
13p. ALIGNMENTS an organization of people (or countries) involved in a pact or treaty
13p. AGGRANDISE To make great; to enlarge; to increase; as, to aggrandise our conceptions, authority, distress.
13p. ALGARROBOS
13p. ALGOMETERS
13p. ALFILARIAS
13p. ALFILERIAS
13p. ALIMENTING Present participle of aliment.
13p. ALLEGIANCE the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action
13p. AGREEMENTS the statement (oral or written) of an exchange of promises
13p. ALGARROBAS
13p. ALLEMANDES Plural of allemande.
13p. ALLERGENIC relating to or having the effect of an allergen
13p. AIRMAILING Present participle of airmail.
13p. ADMINISTER work in an administrative capacity
13p. AFTERTASTE A taste of something that persists when it is no longer present.
13p. ACIERATING
13p. ADSORBATES Plural of adsorbate.
13p. ADORNMENTS Plural of adornment.
13p. ADOLESCENT a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity
13p. ADMONITORS
13p. ADMONITION Gentle or friendly reproof; counseling against fault or oversight; warning.
13p. ADMISSIONS the act of admitting someone to enter
13p. ADMIRATION a feeling of delighted approval and liking
13p. ADMEASURES
13p. AFTERNOONS the part of the day between noon and evening
13p. ADDRESSING A process of putting a person's name and address on an item of mail.
13p. ADAPTATION a written work (as a novel) that has been recast in a new form
13p. ADAMANTINE Made of adamant, or having the qualities of adamant; incapable of being broken, dissolved, or penetrated; as, adamantine bonds or chains.
13p. ACRIDITIES Plural of acridity.
13p. ACIDULATES
13p. ADSORPTION The adhesion of a liquid or gas on the surface of a solid material, forming a thin film on the surface. Not to be confused with the process of absorption.
13p. ACIDNESSES
13p. ACETANILID
13p. ABSURDNESS
13p. ABSURDISTS Plural of absurdist.
13p. ABSTAINING Present participle of abstain.
13p. ABORIGINAL a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived
13p. ABROGATORS Plural of abrogator.
13p. ABROGATION
13p. ABORIGINES an indigenous person who was born in a particular place
13p. ABNEGATORS Plural of abnegator.
13p. ABNEGATION the denial and rejection of a doctrine or belief
13p. ABIOGENIST
13p. ABANDONERS Plural of abandoner.
13p. ADSORBENTS Plural of adsorbent.
13p. ALLEVIANTS
13p. AESTIVATES Alternative spelling of estivates.
13p. AESTHESIAS Plural of aesthesia.
13p. AERODROMES Plural of aerodrome.
12p. AGGRESSION a disposition to behave aggressively
12p. AGGLUTININ A substance that causes cells to clump.
12p. ACTIONLESS Lacking action; particularly with respect to entertainment, dull, boring.
12p. ACTINOLITE A mineral with monoclinic crystals of the chemical formula Ca2Mg,Fe5Si8O22OH2, belonging to the amphibole group.
12p. ALGIDITIES
12p. ALGOLAGNIA A physical condition that causes a person to gain sexual pleasure by suffering pain, particularly to erogenous zones.
12p. ALGOLOGIES
12p. ALGOLOGIST One who studies algology.
12p. ABOLITIONS the act of abolishing a system or practice or institution (especially abolishing slavery)
12p. AGEDNESSES
12p. AGENDALESS Without an agenda.
12p. AEROMETERS Plural of aerometer.
12p. AEROPAUSES
12p. AGGRESSORS Plural of aggressor.
12p. AERONAUTIC of or pertaining to aeronautics
12p. AERONOMERS
12p. AERONOMIES
12p. ALINEMENTS Plural of alinement.
12p. ABSOLUTEST
12p. ABSTRUSEST
12p. ABSTENTION the trait of abstaining (especially from alcohol)
12p. AERONOMIST
12p. ABSTAINERS someone who practices self denial as a spiritual discipline
12p. ACTUATIONS
12p. ADDITIONAL further or added
12p. AEROBIOSIS Any form of life that is sustained by the presence of air.
12p. ALBUTEROLS
12p. ABERRATION a state or condition markedly different from the norm
12p. AIRSTREAMS Plural of airstream.
12p. AEROPULSES
12p. ALABASTERS a compact fine-textured, usually white gypsum used for carving
12p. ALACRITIES Plural of alacrity.
12p. ALACRITOUS Brisk, speedy, with alacrity, quick and eager.
12p. ALBERTITES
12p. ABSOLUTION the condition of being formally forgiven by a priest in the sacrament of penance
12p. ABSOLUTIST An uncompromising person; one who maintains certain principles to be absolute.
12p. AGROLOGIES
12p. AEROPLANES Plural of aeroplane.
12p. ALLARGANDO Decreasing in tempo; getting slower.
12p. ADDRESSORS
12p. AEROBIOSES Plural of aerobiosis.
12p. ADDRESSERS Plural of addresser.
12p. ADDRESSEES Plural of addressee.
11p. ALLEGIANTS
11p. ALLEGORISE To create an allegory from some event or situation.
11p. ALLEGATION (law) a formal accusation against somebody (often in a court of law)
11p. ALLEGORIST One who speaks in, or writes, allegories.
11p. ALLANTOIDS
11p. ALLEGRETTO A movement in this time.
11p. ALLERGISTS a physician skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies
11p. ALLEGORIES Plural of allegory.
11p. ADULATIONS Plural of adulation.
11p. ADENITISES Plural of adenitis.
11p. ADULTERIES Plural of adultery.
11p. ADULTERANT That which adulterates; or reduces the purity of.
11p. ADULTERATE corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance
11p. ADROITNESS skillful performance or ability without difficulty
11p. ADRENALINS
11p. ADRENALINE An alternative name for epinephrine; the hormone and neurotransmitter.
11p. ADULTERERS someone who commits adultery or fornication
11p. ADORATIONS a feeling of profound love and admiration
11p. ADULTERESS a woman adulterer
11p. ADULTERINE One born of an adulterous union.
11p. ADULTEROUS characterized by adultery
11p. ADENOSINES Plural of adenosine.
11p. AGITATIONS a mental state of extreme emotional disturbance
11p. AEROLOGIES Plural of aerology.
11p. ALIENATING causing hostility or loss of friendliness
10p. ALIENATORS Plural of alienator.
10p. AERIALISTS Plural of aerialist.
10p. ALLANTOINS Plural of allantoin.
10p. AIRINESSES
10p. ALIENATION the feeling of being alienated from other people
10p. ALITERATES Plural of aliterate.

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