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Ability to withstand disappointments
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Ability to withstand disappointments: Ability to cope with disappointment, capability to overcome adversity
Abiogenesis
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Abiogenesis: The supposed origination of living organisms from lifelessmatter such genesis as does not involve the action of livingparents spontaneous generation called a
Abiogenetic
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Abiogenetic: One who believes that life can be produced independently ofantecedent. Huxley.
Abiotrophic
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Abiotrophic: Of or pertaining to abiotrophy, pertaining to the loss of life in or decay of particular cells or tissues (Pathology)
Abiotrophy
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Abiotrophy: Loss of life in or decay of particular cells or tissues (Pathology)
Abirritate
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Abirritate: To diminish the sensibility of to debilitate.
Abirritation
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Abirritation: A pathological condition opposite to that of irritation Debility want of strength asthenia.
Abitibi River
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Abitibi River: River that flows in northeastern Ontario (Canada)
Abiturient
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Abiturient: Graduate of high school who has been accepted to university
Abject
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Abject: A person in the lowest and most despicable condition acastaway. [Obs.]Shall these abjects, these victims, these outcasts, know any thing ofpleasure I. Taylor.
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