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LETTER A
 aback
 
998    
back, backward, rearward, regressively, to the rear
 abalienate
 
999    
alienate, estrange
 abalienation
 
1002    
alienation, transfer, demise, conveyance
 abandon
 
1001    
leave, relinquish, quit, forsake, desert, evacuate, drop, abjure, forswear, give over, cast off, retire from, withdraw from
 abandoned
 
999    
relinquished, deserted, forsaken, cast away, rejected, discarded, given up, given over, cast off, cast aside, thrown overboard, demitted
 abandonment
 
1002    
abandoning, relinquishment, desertion, dereliction
 abase
 
1003    
depress, detrude, lower, reduce, drop, sink, stoop, cast down, let down, throw down, let fall
 abasement
 
1000    
depression, detrusion, reduction, lowering, fall, deterioration, degradation, debasement, degeneracy, degeneration, vitiation, perversion, depravation
 abashment
 
1000    
confusion, shame, mortification, embarrassment
 abate
 
1003    
lessen, diminish, decrease, reduce, lower, relax, slacken
 abatement
 
1001    
diminution, decrease, decrement, lessening, mitigation, moderation, assuagement, extenuation, remission
 abattoir
 
1001    
slaughter-house, slaughter-pen, shambles
 abbey
 
999    
monastery, convent, cloister, priory, nunnery
 abbreviate
 
1001    
shorten, curtail, reduce, contract, retrench, condense, compress, epitomize, cut short, cut down abridge
 abbreviation
 
1000    
shortening, curtailment, contraction, reduction, condensation, compression, brief, compend, compendium, abstract, epitome abridgment
 abdicate
 
1000    
resign, surrender (a right), cede, forego, renounce, relinquish, abandon, quit, vacate, give up, part with, lay down, renounce all claim to
 abdication
 
1000    
abdicating, resignation, surrender, renunciation, abandonment
 abdomen
 
999    
belly, paunch, ventral region, visceral region, visceral cavity
 abdominal
 
1000    
ventral
 abdominous
 
1000    
large-bellied, great-bellied, big-bellied, pot-bellied, tun-bellied, paunchy
 abduce
 
1000    
withdraw, draw away, pull back, retract
 abduct
 
1000    
take away, kidnap, carry off, run away with, run off with, spirit away, drag away
 abduction
 
1000    
withdrawing, withdrawal, withdrawment, drawing away
 abductor
 
1000    
kidnapper, etc
 aberdevine
 
1000    
siskin
 aberrance
 
1000    
deviation, departure, wandering, roving, roaming, error, aberrancy aberration
 aberrant
 
1000    
deviating, wandering, rambling, diverging, divergent, devious, erratic, out of the right way
 aberration
 
1000    
deviation, divergence, wandering, rambling, departure
 abet
 
999    
aid, assist, help, support, succor, second, sustain, uphold, back, co-operate with, take part with, give support to, embolden, subsidize
 abettor
 
999    
assistant, helper, aider, coadjutor, co-operator, ally, auxiliary
 abeyance
 
1000    
expectation, prospect, expectancy, waiting, anticipation, calculation, contemplation
 abhor
 
999    
hate, abominate, detest, loathe, nauseate, shrink from, recoil from, revolt at, shudder at, view with horror
 abhorrence
 
1000    
abomination, horror, detestation, hatred, loathing, disgust, antipathy, aversion
 abhorrent
 
1000    
hating, detesting, abominating, loathing
 abiding
 
1001    
permanent, lasting, durable, constant, continuing, stable, changeless, unchangeable, immutable
 ability
 
999    
power, ableness, force, potency, might, vigor, efficiency, efficacy, strength, energy, skill, skilfulness, dexterity, address, adroitness, cleverness, ingenuity, talent, aptitude, aptness, knack, expertness, facility, quickness, readiness
 abject
 
1000    
base, vile, mean, low, despicable, contemptible, beggarly, paltry, dirty, squalid, grovelling, pitiful, ignoble, degraded, worthless, poor, servile, slavish, menial, cringing, sneaking, sordid, shabby, scurvy, miserable, wretched, low-minded, base-minded, earth-born, earth-bred
 abjection
 
1000    
humbling, humiliation
 abjectness
 
999    
meanness, servility, vileness, baseness, abasement, abjection, contemptibleness abject
 abjuration
 
1000    
renunciation, relinquishment, rejection, abandonment, abnegation, repudiation, discarding, disowning
 abjure
 
1000    
renounce, relinquish, forego, reject, forswear, abandon, give up, cast off, discard, repudiate, disown
 ableness
 
1000    
ability
 ablution
 
1000    
washing, lavation, bathing, wash, purification, cleansing, baptism
 abnegate
 
1000    
deny, reject, renounce, abjure
 abnegation
 
1000    
denial, renunciation, rejection, abandonment, surrender abjuration
 abnormal
 
1000    
irregular, anomalous, anomalistic, unusual, unnatural, singular, peculiar, unconformable, exceptional, heteroclite, aberrant, divergent, eccentric, erratic, strange, monstrous, preternatural
 abnormity
 
1000    
abnormality, irregularity, unconformity, anomaly, peculiarity, idiosyncrasy, singularity, deformity, monstrosity
 aboard
 
1000    
on board, in the ship, in the vessel, on, inside, within
 abode
 
999    
habitation, dwelling, lodging, domicile, home, house, seat, place, quarters, headquarters, place of residence
 abolish
 
1000    
abrogate, annul, disannul, repeal, rescind, revoke, cancel, nullify, quash, vacate, invalidate, set aside, make void
 abolition
 
999    
abrogation, annulment, annulling, nullification, rescinding, revocation, cancellation, cancelling, repeal, rescission
 abominable
 
1001    
hateful, odious, detestable, horrid, horrible, execrable, nefarious, damnable, cursed, accursed, hellish
 abominate
 
1000    
abhor, detest, execrate, hate, loathe, nauseate, shrink from, recoil from, revolt at, shudder at, view with horror
 abomination
 
1001    
abhorrence, detestation, execration, hatred, loathing, disgust, antipathy, utter aversion
 aboriginal
 
1001    
primitive, primeval, primordial, pristine, primary, prime, original, first, native, indigenous, autochthonal, autochthonous, of eld
 aborigines
 
1000    
natives, aboriginals, primitive inhabitants, autochthones, indigenes, indigenous population
 abortion
 
1000    
miscarriage, premature labor, premature delivery
 abortive
 
1000    
miscarrying, failing, untimely, immature, incomplete, stunted, rudimentary, rudimental
 abound
 
998    
teem, swarm, superabound, swell, flow, increase, multiply, be in great plenty, be numerous, be very prevalent
 above-board
 
1000    
openly, candidly, ingenuously, frankly, sincerely, fairly, in open sight, without artifice, without concealment, without equivocation, without guile, without disguise, without mental reservation
 abrade
 
1000    
wear away, wear off, rub off scrape
 abrasion
 
1000    
friction, attrition, rubbing, disintegration, wearing away, wearing off, rubbing off, rubbing down, wearing down confrication
 abreast
 
1000    
alongside, side by side, in one line, in alignment, aligned, bow to bow, stem to stem
 abridge
 
1000    
shorten, epitomize, condense, compress, make an abstract of
 abridger
 
1000    
epitomizer, writer of an epitome
 abridgment
 
1000    
shortening, compression, condensation, compacting, contraction, diminution, reduction, curtailment, retrenchment abbreviation
 abroach
 
1000    
broached, tapped, on tap, flowing, aflow, running
 abrogate
 
1000    
annul, disannul, repeal, revoke, rescind, cancel, abolish, nullify, quash, vacate, invalidate, overrule, set aside, do away, void, make void
 abrogation
 
1000    
repeal, rescission, rescinding, abolition, annulment, annulling, revocation, voidance, voiding, making void, cancelling, cancellation, setting aside
 abrupt
 
1000    
broken, cragged, craggy, rough, rugged, jagged
 abscess
 
1000    
sore, ulcer, fester, imposthume, pustule, gathering, boil
 absence
 
1000    
non-attendance, non-appearance
 absent
 
1000    
away, gone, not present
 absent-minded
 
1000    
abstracted, preoccupied absent
 absolute
 
1000    
independent, unrestricted, unqualified, unlimited, unconditional, unconditioned, complete, perfect, self-existent, self-determined, ideal, supreme, causa sui
 absolutely
 
1001    
completely, unconditionally, without limit, definitely
 absoluteness
 
999    
despotism, arbitrariness absolutism
 absolution
 
1000    
acquittal, remission, discharge, release, liberation, deliverance, clearance, forgiveness, pardon, shriving, shrift indulgence, justification
 absolutism
 
1000    
absoluteness, arbitrariness, despotism, tyranny, autocracy, personal government, caesarism, the "man on horseback"
 absolutory
 
1000    
clearing, acquitting, releasing, pardoning, forgiving, absolvatory
 absolvatory
 
1000    
absolutory
 absolve
 
1003    
acquit, clear, release, liberate, free, discharge, loose, deliver, exculpate, exonerate, excuse, forgive, pardon, shrive, set free justify
 absorb
 
1000    
imbibe, take in, take up, suck in, suck up, drink in, appropriate, assimilate
 absorbent
 
1000    
absorbing, imbibing
 absorption
 
1000    
absorbing absorb, 1 and 2
 abstemious
 
1000    
abstinent, sober, moderate, habitually temperate, sparing in diet abstinent
 abstemiousness
 
1000    
temperance, abstinence
 abstergent
 
1000    
cleansing, purifying, purgative, cathartic
 abstinence
 
1000    
abstaining, refraining, keeping aloof, avoidance
 abstinent
 
1001    
abstaining, fasting
 abstract
 
1000    
separate, disunite, disjoin, dissociate, isolate, detach, disengage, take out of context, take out of its proper whole, view partially, view one-sidedly, regard without reference to relations, consider in bare thought, think without the definiteness of sense-perception, think vaguely
 abstracted
 
1000    
subtile, refined, abstract, abstruse
 abstraction
 
1000    
separation, disconnection, disjunction, isolation, partial view, consideration without completeness, severing from context, ignoring of relations, blindness to the proper whole
 abstruse
 
1000    
recondite, remote, occult, profound, hidden, transcendental, obscure, difficult, dark, vague, indefinite, enigmatical, mysterious, mystic, mystical, high, abstract, abstracted, subtile, refined, attenuated, rarified
 absurd
 
1000    
unreasonable, irrational, foolish, nonsensical, ridiculous, incongruous, senseless, unwise, silly, stupid, preposterous, ill-judged, ill-advised, contrary to reason, contrary to the dictates of common sense, self-contradictory, self-annulling, nugatory, self-cancelling
 absurdity
 
1000    
unreasonableness, irrationality, foolishness, folly, foolery, extravagance, absurdness, nugacity, fatuity, idiocy, drivelling
 absurdness
 
1000    
absurdity
 abundance
 
1000    
flow, flood, overflow, exuberance, luxuriance, fertility, copiousness, profusion, richness, largeness, ampleness, wealth, affluence, store, more than enough, plenty, plenteousness
 abundant
 
1000    
abounding, flowing, overflowing, plentiful, plenteous, copious, much, exuberant, luxuriant, replete, full, large, ample, good, liberal, bountiful, lavish, rich, teeming, thick
 abuse
 
1000    
misuse, misemploy, misapply, pervert, prostitute, desecrate, dishonor, profane, pollute, make an ill use of, deceive, impose on, betray, cajole, seduce by cajolery

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