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Antiquarianism
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Antiquarianism: Character of an antiquary study or love of antiquities.Warburton.
Anxiety disorder
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Anxiety disorder: Behavior or chronic condition characterized by persistent worry and extreme anxiety over different activities and events having physical symptoms of pa
Anxiolytic
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Anxiolytic: Relieving anxiety, suppressing feelings of anxiety, reducing anxiety (Medicine)
Apanthropy
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Apanthropy: An aversion to the company of men a love of solitude.
Approbativeness
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Approbativeness: The quality of being approbative. (Phren.) Love of approbation.
Arctophile
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Arctophile: Person with an extraordinary love for teddy bears, teddy bear collector
Ardency
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Ardency: Heat. [R.] Sir T. Herbert. Warmth of passion or affection ardor vehemence eagerness 6. as,the ardency of love or zeal.
Argue
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Argue: To debate or discuss to treat by reasoning as, the counselargued the cause before a full court the cause was well argued. To prove or evince 6. too manifest or exh
Assent
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Assent: The act of assenting the act of the mind in admitting oragreeing to anything concurrence with approval consent agreement 6. Acquiescence.Faith is the assent to an
Assignation
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Assignation: The act of assigning or allotting apportionment.This order being taken in the senate, as touching the appointment andassignation of those provinces. Holland.
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