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Et alii and sign (&): ampersand and so forth: etc. Andean beast of burden: llama ANDIRONS - ANGULAR andirons: fire dogs Andorra monetary unit: centime, centimo, peseta android: automaton anecdotal collection: ana anecdote: ana, chestnut, episode, narrative, reminiscence, sketch, story, tale, yarn anemia fighter: iron anemia with lowered capacity for making red blood cells: aplastic anemia, pancytopenia anemic: bloodless, feeble, frail, lifeless, pale, watery, weak anemone: buttercup, flower, windflower anesthetic: analgesic, dope, drug, ether, general anesthetic, local anesthetic, morphine, narcotic, novocaine, opiate, palliative, sedative, spinal anesthetic gas: laughing gas, nitrous oxide anesthetic-induced state of semiconsciousness: twilight sleep anesthetic injected by spinal cord: epidural anesthetic, local: lidocaine, Novocain anesthetic, strong formerly used: chloroform, ether anew: afresh, again, de novo, fresh, lately, recently angel: cherub, darling, dear, guardian, lamb, messenger, saint, seraph, spirit; backer, sponsor angel appearance: visitation angel hair: pasta angel or cupid, chubby rosy-faced: amoretto, cherub, putto angel or incorporeal being: intelligence angel orders: angels, archangels, cherubim, dominations, dominions, powers, principalities, seraphim, thrones, virtues angel topper: halo angel, highest rank: seraph angelic: beautiful, celestial, cherubic, divine, heavenly, holy, innocent, pure, saintly, seraphic, sweet angels: cherubim anger: acrimony, aggravate, annoy, antagonize, bile, bridle, burning, choler, cross, dander, displeasure, enrage, exasperate, fury, gall, goad, incense, inflame, infuriate, ire, irritate, mad, offend, outrage, provoke, rage, rancor, rankle, rile, ruffle, tantrum, temper, vex, vip, wrath anger a little: irk, pique, rankle, vex anger and resentment: dudgeon, hackles, umbrage anger at injustice: indignation anger from being wronged, feeling of: grievance anger from disappointment, feeling of: chagrin anger to point of breach: alienate, antagonize, envenom, exacerbate anger, arouse: rankle anger, arousing quick: inflammatory anger, calming one's: allay anger, feeling or display of: acrimony, animosity, rancor anger, fit of: conniption, paroxysm, tantrum anger, ire: rile, rip anger, mild: asperity, irritability angered: irate, ired, riled, sore angered, easily: atrabilious, bilious, cantankerous, choleric, dyspeptic, fractious, inflammable, irascible, querulous, splenetic, volatile angle: aspect, bend, bevel, bias, bow, cast, dogleg, jockey, lean, phase, position, slant, standpoint, turn, twist, viewpoint angle added to another to measure 90 degrees: complement angle between lateral organ and stem that bears it: axil angle between lines or surfaces that is not ninety degrees: bevel, cant angle formed by junction of two members or parts: crotch angle formed by two intersecting planes: dihedral angle angle of leafstalk: axil angle of vision: slant angle or rate of inclination: gradient, slope angle, projecting: salient angled: trawled angler's basket: creel angler's gear: bait, creek, creel, rod and reel, rods angles in technical drawing, instrument for constructing: set square angles, instrument for measuring and constructing: protractor Anglo-Saxon person: atheling, esne, thane, thegn Anglo-Saxon serf: esne Anglo-Saxon tax: geld Anglo-Saxon thorn: edh angrily: hotly angry: annoyed, cross, exasperated, fuThe Writer's Digest Flip Dictionary rious, grim, heated, huffy, incensed, indignant, inflamed, irascible, irate, ired, ireful, livid, mad, outraged, perturbed, raging, resentful, riled, sore, upset angry argument: altercation angry behavior: bellicosity angry color: red angry criticism: invective, vituperation angry dispute: wrangle angry look: glare angry speech: diatribe, harangue, jeremiad, philippic, tirade angry stare: glower angry, moderately: disgruntled angry, sullen look: lower angry, unreasonably: petulant angry, very: apoplectic, incensed, in high dudgeon, livid anguish: ache, agony, despair, distress, dole, dolor, grief, heartbreak, misery, pain, pang, sorrow, torment, woe anguish, suffering: travail anguished: torn angular: abrupt, awkward, bony, ANIMAL SPORTS bronco busting bullfighting bull riding calf roping camel racing carriage driving cockfighting dog racing dogsled racing dressage equestrian sport falconry fishing greyhound racing harness racing horseback riding horse racing hunting pigeon racing point-to-point polo rodeo show jumping sled-dog racing steeplechasing steer wrestling three-day-event trotting vaulting W ANGULAR DISTANCE FROM A FIXED REFERENCE, HORIZONTAL - ANNOY ANIMAL TERMS animal active at night: nocturnal animal active during the day: diurnal animal coat: fell, hair, hide, pelt, skin, wool animal coat band or ridge: cingulum animal disease that can be transmitted to humans: zoonosis animal doctor: veterinarian animal fat: lard, suet animal for heavy work: beast of burden, draft animal animal forms in art: zoomorphism animal in earliest stage of development: embryo animal life: fauna animal living with another species: inquiline animal missing its horns: pollard animal moving from one region to another: migrant animal naturalized in region: denizen animal pouch: marsupium, sac animal resembling plant: zoophyte animal science: ethology animal shell, as for turtle: carapace animal skin: pelt animal that lives by killing and eating victims: predator animal track: spoor animal without feet: apod animal worship: zoolatry animal/plant representative of new species: holotype animal/plant surviving earlier period: relict animals of a particular region or period: fauna crooked, gaunt, lanky, lean, pointed, rawboned, rough, scraggy, scrawny, sharp, skewed, thin angular distance from a fixed reference, horizontal: azimuth anima: psyche, soul, spirit animadversion: accusation, aspersion, blame, censure, criticism, faultfinding, flak, knock, observation, perception, slur animate: actuate, alive, arouse, energize, enhearten, enliven, ensoul, excite, exhilarate, inspire, invigorate, liven, perk, prompt, quicken, rouse, spur, stimulate, stir, vitalize, vivify animated: active, alive, brisk, dynamic, enliven, enthusiastic, glowing, happy, keen, live, lively, peppy, snappy, spirited, sprightly, vigorous, vivacious, vivid, zestful, zippy animation: action, glow, life, sparkle, vigor, zap, zing animation frame: eel animosity: anger, animus, antagonism, dislike, hate, hostility, malice, rancor, resentment animus: bile, hostility anise liqueur: pernod 28 big, thick-skinned animal: pachyderm body of dead animal: carcass bred from two different species or varieties: hybrid collection of animals: menagerie, zoo concerning animals inhabiting land: terrestrial concerning animals inhabiting trees: arboreal concerning animals inhabiting water: aquatic, marine concerning treatment of animal diseases or injuries: veterinary enclosure for observation and research: vivarium enclosure: cage, pen, pig sty establishment of animal in new habitat: ecesis external parasites: epizoa harmful animal: vermin individual animal development: ontogeny mythical animal: centaur, dragon, griffin, hydra, loch ness, minotaur, phoenix, snark, sphinx, unicorn, yeti nose and jaws: muzzle, snout one-celled animal: amoeba, monad, protozoan preservation of an animal after death: taxidermy prevent female from reproducing: spay process of survival and adaptation: natural selection protective coloring: Batesian mimicry single-celled animal: protozoan study of animal behavior: ethology to cause to multiply or breed: propagate training to live among people: domestication warm-blooded and milk-fed animal: mammal 1!

S. , et alii and sign (&): ampersand and so forth: etc. Andean beast of burden: llama ANDIRONS - ANGULAR andirons: fire dogs Andorra monetary unit: centime, centimo, peseta android: automaton anecdotal collection: ana anecdote: ana, chestnut, episode, narrative, reminiscence, sketch, story, tale, yarn anemia fighter: iron anemia with lowered capacity for making red blood cells: aplastic anemia, pancytopenia anemic: bloodless, feeble, frail, lifeless, pale, watery, weak anemone: buttercup, flower, windflower anesthetic: analgesic, dope, drug, ether, general anesthetic, local anesthetic, morphine, narcotic, novocaine, opiate, palliative, sedative, spinal anesthetic gas: laughing gas, nitrous oxide anesthetic-induced state of semiconsciousness: twilight sleep anesthetic injected by spinal cord: epidural anesthetic, local: lidocaine, Novocain anesthetic, strong formerly used: chloroform, ether anew: afresh, again, de novo, fresh, lately, recently angel: cherub, darling, dear, guardian, lamb, messenger, saint, seraph, spirit; backer, sponsor angel appearance: visitation angel hair: pasta angel or cupid, chubby rosy-faced: amoretto, cherub, putto angel or incorporeal being: intelligence angel orders: angels, archangels, cherubim, dominations, dominions, powers, principalities, seraphim, thrones, virtues angel topper: halo angel, highest rank: seraph angelic: beautiful, celestial, cherubic, divine, heavenly, holy, innocent, pure, saintly, seraphic, sweet angels: cherubim anger: acrimony, aggravate, annoy, antagonize, bile, bridle, burning, choler, cross, dander, displeasure, enrage, exasperate, fury, gall, goad, incense, inflame, infuriate, ire, irritate, mad, offend, outrage, provoke, rage, rancor, rankle, rile, ruffle, tantrum, temper, vex, vip, wrath anger a little: irk, pique, rankle, vex anger and resentment: dudgeon, hackles, umbrage anger at injustice: indignation anger from being wronged, feeling of: grievance anger from disappointment, feeling of: chagrin anger to point of breach: alienate, antagonize, envenom, exacerbate anger, arouse: rankle anger, arousing quick: inflammatory anger, calming one's: allay anger, feeling or display of: acrimony, animosity, rancor anger, fit of: conniption, paroxysm, tantrum anger, ire: rile, rip anger, mild: asperity, irritability angered: irate, ired, riled, sore angered, easily: atrabilious, bilious, cantankerous, choleric, dyspeptic, fractious, inflammable, irascible, querulous, splenetic, volatile angle: aspect, bend, bevel, bias, bow, cast, dogleg, jockey, lean, phase, position, slant, standpoint, turn, twist, viewpoint angle added to another to measure 90 degrees: complement angle between lateral organ and stem that bears it: axil angle between lines or surfaces that is not ninety degrees: bevel, cant angle formed by junction of two members or parts: crotch angle formed by two intersecting planes: dihedral angle angle of leafstalk: axil angle of vision: slant angle or rate of inclination: gradient, slope angle, projecting: salient angled: trawled angler's basket: creel angler's gear: bait, creek, creel, rod and reel, rods angles in technical drawing, instrument for constructing: set square angles, instrument for measuring and constructing: protractor Anglo-Saxon person: atheling, esne, thane, thegn Anglo-Saxon serf: esne Anglo-Saxon tax: geld Anglo-Saxon thorn: edh angrily: hotly angry: annoyed, cross, exasperated, fuThe Writer's Digest Flip Dictionary rious, grim, heated, huffy, incensed, indignant, inflamed, irascible, irate, ired, ireful, livid, mad, outraged, perturbed, raging, resentful, riled, sore, upset angry argument: altercation angry behavior: bellicosity angry color: red angry criticism: invective, vituperation angry dispute: wrangle angry look: glare angry speech: diatribe, harangue, jeremiad, philippic, tirade angry stare: glower angry, moderately: disgruntled angry, sullen look: lower angry, unreasonably: petulant angry, very: apoplectic, incensed, in high dudgeon, livid anguish: ache, agony, despair, distress, dole, dolor, grief, heartbreak, misery, pain, pang, sorrow, torment, woe anguish, suffering: travail anguished: torn angular: abrupt, awkward, bony, ANIMAL SPORTS bronco busting bullfighting bull riding calf roping camel racing carriage driving cockfighting dog racing dogsled racing dressage equestrian sport falconry fishing greyhound racing harness racing horseback riding horse racing hunting pigeon racing point-to-point polo rodeo show jumping sled-dog racing steeplechasing steer wrestling three-day-event trotting vaulting W ANGULAR DISTANCE FROM A FIXED REFERENCE, HORIZONTAL - ANNOY ANIMAL TERMS animal active at night: nocturnal animal active during the day: diurnal animal coat: fell, hair, hide, pelt, skin, wool animal coat band or ridge: cingulum animal disease that can be transmitted to humans: zoonosis animal doctor: veterinarian animal fat: lard, suet animal for heavy work: beast of burden, draft animal animal forms in art: zoomorphism animal in earliest stage of development: embryo animal life: fauna animal living with another species: inquiline animal missing its horns: pollard animal moving from one region to another: migrant animal naturalized in region: denizen animal pouch: marsupium, sac animal resembling plant: zoophyte animal science: ethology animal shell, as for turtle: carapace animal skin: pelt animal that lives by killing and eating victims: predator animal track: spoor animal without feet: apod animal worship: zoolatry animal/plant representative of new species: holotype animal/plant surviving earlier period: relict animals of a particular region or period: fauna crooked, gaunt, lanky, lean, pointed, rawboned, rough, scraggy, scrawny, sharp, skewed, thin angular distance from a fixed reference, horizontal: azimuth anima: psyche, soul, spirit animadversion: accusation, aspersion, blame, censure, criticism, faultfinding, flak, knock, observation, perception, slur animate: actuate, alive, arouse, energize, enhearten, enliven, ensoul, excite, exhilarate, inspire, invigorate, liven, perk, prompt, quicken, rouse, spur, stimulate, stir, vitalize, vivify animated: active, alive, brisk, dynamic, enliven, enthusiastic, glowing, happy, keen, live, lively, peppy, snappy, spirited, sprightly, vigorous, vivacious, vivid, zestful, zippy animation: action, glow, life, sparkle, vigor, zap, zing animation frame: eel animosity: anger, animus, antagonism, dislike, hate, hostility, malice, rancor, resentment animus: bile, hostility anise liqueur: pernod 28 big, thick-skinned animal: pachyderm body of dead animal: carcass bred from two different species or varieties: hybrid collection of animals: menagerie, zoo concerning animals inhabiting land: terrestrial concerning animals inhabiting trees: arboreal concerning animals inhabiting water: aquatic, marine concerning treatment of animal diseases or injuries: veterinary enclosure for observation and research: vivarium enclosure: cage, pen, pig sty establishment of animal in new habitat: ecesis external parasites: epizoa harmful animal: vermin individual animal development: ontogeny mythical animal: centaur, dragon, griffin, hydra, loch ness, minotaur, phoenix, snark, sphinx, unicorn, yeti nose and jaws: muzzle, snout one-celled animal: amoeba, monad, protozoan preservation of an animal after death: taxidermy prevent female from reproducing: spay process of survival and adaptation: natural selection protective coloring: Batesian mimicry single-celled animal: protozoan study of animal behavior: ethology to cause to multiply or breed: propagate training to live among people: domestication warm-blooded and milk-fed animal: mammal 1!

Et alii and sign (&): ampersand and so forth: etc. Andean beast of burden: llama ANDIRONS - ANGULAR andirons: fire dogs Andorra monetary unit: centime, centimo, peseta android: automaton anecdotal collection: ana anecdote: ana, chestnut, episode, narrative, reminiscence, sketch, story, tale, yarn anemia fighter: iron anemia with lowered capacity for making red blood cells: aplastic anemia, pancytopenia anemic: bloodless, feeble, frail, lifeless, pale, watery, weak anemone: buttercup, flower, windflower anesthetic: analgesic, dope, drug, ether, general anesthetic, local anesthetic, morphine, narcotic, novocaine, opiate, palliative, sedative, spinal anesthetic gas: laughing gas, nitrous oxide anesthetic-induced state of semiconsciousness: twilight sleep anesthetic injected by spinal cord: epidural anesthetic, local: lidocaine, Novocain anesthetic, strong formerly used: chloroform, ether anew: afresh, again, de novo, fresh, lately, recently angel: cherub, darling, dear, guardian, lamb, messenger, saint, seraph, spirit; backer, sponsor angel appearance: visitation angel hair: pasta angel or cupid, chubby rosy-faced: amoretto, cherub, putto angel or incorporeal being: intelligence angel orders: angels, archangels, cherubim, dominations, dominions, powers, principalities, seraphim, thrones, virtues angel topper: halo angel, highest rank: seraph angelic: beautiful, celestial, cherubic, divine, heavenly, holy, innocent, pure, saintly, seraphic, sweet angels: cherubim anger: acrimony, aggravate, annoy, antagonize, bile, bridle, burning, choler, cross, dander, displeasure, enrage, exasperate, fury, gall, goad, incense, inflame, infuriate, ire, irritate, mad, offend, outrage, provoke, rage, rancor, rankle, rile, ruffle, tantrum, temper, vex, vip, wrath anger a little: irk, pique, rankle, vex anger and resentment: dudgeon, hackles, umbrage anger at injustice: indignation anger from being wronged, feeling of: grievance anger from disappointment, feeling of: chagrin anger to point of breach: alienate, antagonize, envenom, exacerbate anger, arouse: rankle anger, arousing quick: inflammatory anger, calming one's: allay anger, feeling or display of: acrimony, animosity, rancor anger, fit of: conniption, paroxysm, tantrum anger, ire: rile, rip anger, mild: asperity, irritability angered: irate, ired, riled, sore angered, easily: atrabilious, bilious, cantankerous, choleric, dyspeptic, fractious, inflammable, irascible, querulous, splenetic, volatile angle: aspect, bend, bevel, bias, bow, cast, dogleg, jockey, lean, phase, position, slant, standpoint, turn, twist, viewpoint angle added to another to measure 90 degrees: complement angle between lateral organ and stem that bears it: axil angle between lines or surfaces that is not ninety degrees: bevel, cant angle formed by junction of two members or parts: crotch angle formed by two intersecting planes: dihedral angle angle of leafstalk: axil angle of vision: slant angle or rate of inclination: gradient, slope angle, projecting: salient angled: trawled angler's basket: creel angler's gear: bait, creek, creel, rod and reel, rods angles in technical drawing, instrument for constructing: set square angles, instrument for measuring and constructing: protractor Anglo-Saxon person: atheling, esne, thane, thegn Anglo-Saxon serf: esne Anglo-Saxon tax: geld Anglo-Saxon thorn: edh angrily: hotly angry: annoyed, cross, exasperated, fuThe Writer's Digest Flip Dictionary rious, grim, heated, huffy, incensed, indignant, inflamed, irascible, irate, ired, ireful, livid, mad, outraged, perturbed, raging, resentful, riled, sore, upset angry argument: altercation angry behavior: bellicosity angry color: red angry criticism: invective, vituperation angry dispute: wrangle angry look: glare angry speech: diatribe, harangue, jeremiad, philippic, tirade angry stare: glower angry, moderately: disgruntled angry, sullen look: lower angry, unreasonably: petulant angry, very: apoplectic, incensed, in high dudgeon, livid anguish: ache, agony, despair, distress, dole, dolor, grief, heartbreak, misery, pain, pang, sorrow, torment, woe anguish, suffering: travail anguished: torn angular: abrupt, awkward, bony, ANIMAL SPORTS bronco busting bullfighting bull riding calf roping camel racing carriage driving cockfighting dog racing dogsled racing dressage equestrian sport falconry fishing greyhound racing harness racing horseback riding horse racing hunting pigeon racing point-to-point polo rodeo show jumping sled-dog racing steeplechasing steer wrestling three-day-event trotting vaulting W ANGULAR DISTANCE FROM A FIXED REFERENCE, HORIZONTAL - ANNOY ANIMAL TERMS animal active at night: nocturnal animal active during the day: diurnal animal coat: fell, hair, hide, pelt, skin, wool animal coat band or ridge: cingulum animal disease that can be transmitted to humans: zoonosis animal doctor: veterinarian animal fat: lard, suet animal for heavy work: beast of burden, draft animal animal forms in art: zoomorphism animal in earliest stage of development: embryo animal life: fauna animal living with another species: inquiline animal missing its horns: pollard animal moving from one region to another: migrant animal naturalized in region: denizen animal pouch: marsupium, sac animal resembling plant: zoophyte animal science: ethology animal shell, as for turtle: carapace animal skin: pelt animal that lives by killing and eating victims: predator animal track: spoor animal without feet: apod animal worship: zoolatry animal/plant representative of new species: holotype animal/plant surviving earlier period: relict animals of a particular region or period: fauna crooked, gaunt, lanky, lean, pointed, rawboned, rough, scraggy, scrawny, sharp, skewed, thin angular distance from a fixed reference, horizontal: azimuth anima: psyche, soul, spirit animadversion: accusation, aspersion, blame, censure, criticism, faultfinding, flak, knock, observation, perception, slur animate: actuate, alive, arouse, energize, enhearten, enliven, ensoul, excite, exhilarate, inspire, invigorate, liven, perk, prompt, quicken, rouse, spur, stimulate, stir, vitalize, vivify animated: active, alive, brisk, dynamic, enliven, enthusiastic, glowing, happy, keen, live, lively, peppy, snappy, spirited, sprightly, vigorous, vivacious, vivid, zestful, zippy animation: action, glow, life, sparkle, vigor, zap, zing animation frame: eel animosity: anger, animus, antagonism, dislike, hate, hostility, malice, rancor, resentment animus: bile, hostility anise liqueur: pernod 28 big, thick-skinned animal: pachyderm body of dead animal: carcass bred from two different species or varieties: hybrid collection of animals: menagerie, zoo concerning animals inhabiting land: terrestrial concerning animals inhabiting trees: arboreal concerning animals inhabiting water: aquatic, marine concerning treatment of animal diseases or injuries: veterinary enclosure for observation and research: vivarium enclosure: cage, pen, pig sty establishment of animal in new habitat: ecesis external parasites: epizoa harmful animal: vermin individual animal development: ontogeny mythical animal: centaur, dragon, griffin, hydra, loch ness, minotaur, phoenix, snark, sphinx, unicorn, yeti nose and jaws: muzzle, snout one-celled animal: amoeba, monad, protozoan preservation of an animal after death: taxidermy prevent female from reproducing: spay process of survival and adaptation: natural selection protective coloring: Batesian mimicry single-celled animal: protozoan study of animal behavior: ethology to cause to multiply or breed: propagate training to live among people: domestication warm-blooded and milk-fed animal: mammal 1!

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