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Abaddon
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Abaddon: Hell the bottomless pit. [Poetic]In all her gates, Abaddon rues Thy bold attempt. Milton.
Abaft
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Abaft: Toward the stern aft as, to go abaft.
Abaft the beam
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Abaft the beam: Towards a ships beams and direction which her stern is directed
Abaist
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Abaist: Abashed confounded discomfited. [Obs.] Chaucer.
Abalienate
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Abalienate: (Civil Law) To transfer the title of from one to another to alienate. To estrange to withdraw. [Obs.] To cause alienation of (mind). Sandys.
Abalienation
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Abalienation: The act of abalienating alienation estrangement. [Obs.]
Abalone
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Abalone: A univalve mollusk of the genus Haliotis. The shell is linedwith mother-of-pearl, and used for ornamental purposes the sea-ear.Several large species are found on
Aband
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Aband: To abandon. [Obs.]Enforced the kingdom to aband. Spenser. To banish to expel. [Obs.] Mir. for Mag.
Abandon
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Abandon: A complete giving up to natural impulses freedom fromartificial constraint careless freedom or ease.
Abandon oneself
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Abandon oneself: Give oneself over to surrender oneself
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