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Abeyance
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Abeyance: (Law) Expectancy condition of being undetermined.Note: When there is no person in existence in whom an inheritance (ora dignity) can vest, it is said to be in a
Absorb
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Absorb: To swallow up to engulf to overwhelm to cause to disappear asif by swallowing up to use up 6. to include. "Dark oblivion soonabsorbs them all." Cowper.The large c
Add insult to injury
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Add insult to injury: Hit someone when he is already down, hurt someone even more than he is already hurt
Adorable
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Adorable: Deserving to be adored worthy of divine honors.The adorable Author of Christianity. Cheyne. Worthy of the utmost love or respect.
Advancement
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Advancement: The act of advancing, or the state of being advanced progression Improvement furtherance promotion to a higher place or dignity 6. as,the advancement of lea
Affectionate
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Affectionate: Having affection or warm regard loving fond as, an affectionatebrother. Kindly inclined 6. zealous. [Obs.] Johson.Man, in his love God, and desire to please
Affectionately yours
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Affectionately yours: Lovingly, yours truly, with love (used at the end of a letter)
Agape
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Agape: The love feast of the primitive Christians, being a mealpartaken of in connection with the communion.
Aguish
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Aguish: Having the qualities of an ague somewhat cold or shivering Chilly shaky.Her aguish love now glows and burns. Granville. Productive of, or affected by, ague 6. as
Albeit
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Albeit: Even though although notwithstanding. Chaucer.Albeit so masked, Madam, I love the truth. Tennyson.
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