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Accordion
n. A portable free-reed musical instrument.
accost
v. To speak to. / to approach and speak to often in a challenging or aggressive way
account
n. A record or statement of receipts and expenditures, or of business transactions.
accouter
v. To dress. / to provide with equipment or furnishings : OUTFIT
accredit
v. To give credit or authority to.
accumulate
v. To become greater in quantity or number.
accurate
adj. Conforming exactly to truth or to a standard.
accursed
adj. Doomed to evil, misery, or misfortune.
Accusation
n. A charge of crime, misdemeanor, or error.
accusatory
adj. Of, pertaining to, or involving an accusation.
accuse
v. To charge with wrong doing, misconduct, or error.
accustom
v. To make familiar by use.
acerbity
n. Sourness, with bitterness and astringency.
acetate
n. A salt of acetic acid.
Acetic
adj. Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of vinegar.
ache
v. To be in pain or distress.
Achillean
adj. Invulnerable.
achromatic
adj. Colorless,
acid
n. A sour substance.
acidify
v. To change into acid.
acknowledge
v. To recognize; to admit the genuineness or validity of.
Acknowledgment
n. Recognition.
acme
n. The highest point, or summit.
acoustic
adj. Pertaining to the act or sense of hearing.
acquaint
v. To make familiar or conversant(have knowledge/experience).
acquiesce
v. To comply; submit.
acquiescence
n. Passive consent.
acquire
v. To get as one's own.
acquisition
n. Anything gained, or made one's own, usually by effort or labor.
acquit
v. To free or clear, as from accusation.
acquittal
n. A discharge from accusation by judicial action.
Acquittance
n. Release or discharge from indebtedness, obligation, or responsibility.
Acreage
n. Quantity or extent of land, especially of cultivated land. / area in acres.
acrid
adj. Harshly pungent (sharp+strong / able to wound) or bitter.
Acrimonious
adj. Full of bitterness.
acrimony
n. Sharpness or bitterness of speech or temper.