1440+ Adjectives That Start with A: a Huge List of Words with Definitions and Examples

In this article, we present one of the web’s largest lists of adjectives that begin with “A”. We give a definition and a quick usage example for each word.

Over 1440 adjectives in English start with “A”. The letter A is one of the most popular letter for adjectives.

If we sort the list of adjectives by their SECOND letter, it is very interesting to see that AN- is the clear winner (mainly due to the prefixes an- and anti-) followed by AL (135 words), AC (132 words) and AR (128 words). On the other end of the spectrum, AJ and AO only have 1 adjective each.

For your convenience, we have organized the list by the second letter. Feel free to jump right to the section you are interested in. Enjoy!

Adjectives That Start with AB (69 Words)

abactinalLocated on the surface or end opposite to that on which the mouth is situated.
abandonedForsaken by owner or inhabitants. He has collected a menagerie of abandoned animals.
abashedFeeling or caused to feel uneasy and self-conscious. I was immensely thankful, touched, proud, astonished, abashed.
abatableCapable of being abated. All admitted students who need hostel accommodation will be required to apply in the prescribed application from abatable from hostel superintendent and almost of rooms will be in accordance with the merit of the student.
abaxialFacing away from the axis of an organ or organism. On the abaxial surface of the mature blade 5 to 6 sori develop in two rows.
abbreviatedCut short in duration. The name of the monarch is abbreviated.
abdominalOf or relating to or near the abdomen. The symptoms of infection are diarrhea, constipation, and abdominal pain.
abdominousHaving a large belly.
abdominovesicalOf or relating to the abdomen and the urinary bladder.
abducentEspecially of muscles; drawing away from the midline of the body or from an adjacent part.
abecedarianAlphabetically arranged (as for beginning readers). Both abecedarian and deadbeat contain more than just those four letters.
aberdonianOf or relating to aberdeen. As an Aberdonian, just be thankful a vengeful sheep didn’t gambol past.
aberrantMarkedly different from an accepted norm. It’s description of the dialects is totally aberrant.
abeyantInactive but capable of becoming active. This creation became abeyant again in 1951.
abhorrentOffensive to the mind. American acquiescence to these attacks on humanity is abhorrent.
abidingUnceasing. Abiding by the will, Mizuho cross dresses to attend the school.
abientCharacterized by avoidance or withdrawal.
abiogeneticOriginating by abiogenesis.
abjectShowing utter resignation or hopelessness. I strongly abject to the user Nemanmarcus being blocked.
abkhazOf or relating to abkazia or its people or their language. See Abkhaz phonology for an overview of the phonemic inventory of Abkhaz.
abkhazianOf or relating to abkazia or its people or their language. Today this dacha belongs to the Abkhazian government.
ablatedMade smaller or less by melting or erosion or vaporization. The water ablated after all.
ablativeRelating to the ablative case. This forms the ablative of comparison.
ablazeResembling flame in brilliance or color. They set the place ablaze and ten people died in the fire.
ableHaving inherent physical or mental ability or capacity. They were not able to crystallized.
ablutionaryCleansing the body by washing; especially ritual washing of e.g. hands.
abnakiOf or relating to the abnakis or their language. Abnaki spent the remainder of her Navy career operating along the west coast.
abnormalDeparting from the normal in e.g. intelligence and development. This causes an abnormal largeness of the lips.
abomasalRelating to the abomasum (the fourth compartment of the stomach of ruminants). Adult worms are attached to abomasal mucosa and feed on the blood.
abominableExceptionally bad or displeasing. The article is a prime example of abominable gotracruft.
aboralOpposite to or away from the mouth. In biology, aboral surfaces are surfaces away from or opposite the mouth.
aboriginalHaving existed from the beginning; in an earliest or original stage or state. The term is used in deformation of the aboriginal culture.
abortifacientCausing abortion. It is also cited as an antispasmodic and abortifacient.
abortiveFailing to accomplish an intended result. The abortive effort ended in bankruptcy.
aboulicSuffering from abulia; showing abnormal inability to act or make decisions.
aboutOn the move. It’s all about how users comport themselves around the project.
aboveAppearing earlier in the same text. The above is extremely provocative.
aboveboardWithout concealment or deception; honest. Editing the page is certainly aboveboard.
abovegroundOn or above the surface of the ground. Most fairies consider it the most magical place aboveground.
abranchialHaving no gills.
abranchiateHaving no gills.
abranchiousHaving no gills.
abrasiveSharply disagreeable; rigorous. The abrasive coating is prepared using the glow discharge method.
abreastBeing up to particular standard or level especially in being up to date in knowledge. He undertook computer classes to walk abreast with the modern world.
abroachOf a cask or barrel.
abroadIn a foreign country. The programs involve studies in the USA and abroad.
abruptSurprisingly and unceremoniously brusque in manner. The ending of the book is also abrupt.
absentNot being in a specified place. Green colors and metallic iridescence are generally absent.
absentmindedLost in thought; showing preoccupation. He was a strange boy and was always absentminded.
absoluteNot capable of being violated or infringed. The centeredness is contextual and not absolute.
absolutistPertaining to the principle of totalitarianism. But I’m not an absolutist on the subject.
absolutisticPertaining to the principle of totalitarianism. He flew to Spain after a absolutistic regime and he returned to Guayaquil.
absolvitoryProviding absolution.
absorbedRetained without reflection. The mat is melted and absorbed into the ingot.
absorbefacientInducing or promoting absorption.
absorbentHaving power or capacity or tendency to absorb or soak up something (liquids or energy etc.). This allows the exhaled gas to bypass the absorbent.
absorbingCapable of arousing and holding the attention. The xenon is absorbed partly in the absorbing substance.
abstemiousSparing in consumption of especially food and drink- john galsworthy. Jesse did not seem to be abstemious.
abstinentSelf-restraining; not indulging an appetite especially for food or drink. He was the first one to suggest the idea of abstinent societies.
abstractDealing with a subject in the abstract without practical purpose or intention. Abstract expressionism was introduced in the 1950s.
abstractedNot representing or imitating external reality or the objects of nature. The case in point is Abstract expressionism.
abstractiveNot representing or imitating external reality or the objects of nature. The case in point is Abstract expressionism.
abstruseDifficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge. I find the argument too abstruse.
absurdIncongruous;inviting ridicule. It is going from the ridiculous to the absurd.
abulicSuffering from abulia; showing abnormal inability to act or make decisions.
abundantPresent in great quantity. It’s the most abundant element in the universe.
abusiveCharacterized by physical or psychological maltreatment. The use of abusive language is illegal.
abuzzNoisy like the sound of a bee. This area is abuzz with commercial activity.
abysmalResembling an abyss in depth; so deep as to be unmeasurable. At the same time, the city’s health statistics are abysmal.

Adjectives That Start with AC (132 Words)

academicAssociated with academia or an academy. The academic environment of the school is very inspiring and motivating.
acanthoidShaped like a spine or thorn.
acanthoticOf or relating to or having acanthosis. It is also known as acral acanthotic anomaly, the two terms being synonymous.
acanthousShaped like a spine or thorn.
acapnialRelating to or demonstrating acapnia.
acapnicRelating to or demonstrating acapnia.
acapnoticRelating to or demonstrating acapnia.
acarpellousHaving no carpels.
acarpelousHaving no carpels.
acarpousProducing no fruit.
acatalecticMetrically complete; especially having the full number of syllables in the final metrical foot.
acaudalLacking a tail or taillike appendage. Acaudal fin with a terminal black band.
acaudateLacking a tail or taillike appendage.
acaulescentHaving no apparent stem above ground. Sometimes appearing to be acaulescent.
accelerandoGradually increasing in tempo. Now I’m going to redirect ritardando and accelerando here as well.
acceptableWorthy of acceptance or satisfactory. Is the solicitation of funds here acceptable
acceptedGenerally approved or compelling recognition. The man accepted the deal.
acceptingTolerating without protest. This dispute was resolved with the deviant monks accepting the existing rules.
acceptiveAccepting willingly.
accessaryAiding and abetting in a crime. The spelling accessary is occasionally used, but only in this legal sense.
accessibleEasily obtained. It’s very accessible and lucid for the ignorant.
accessorialAiding and abetting in a crime. He also described the accessory tear glands of the eye.
accessoryFurnishing added support. The accessory accedes to the principal.
accidentalHappening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally. These are only the accidental results of the Reformation.
accipitrineOf or relating to or belonging to the genus accipiter (or to typical hawks).
acclivitousSloping upward.
accompanyingFollowing or accompanying as a consequence. The tower in the accompanying picture is the Levis Tower.
accomplishedSettled securely and unconditionally. Daniel was an accomplished speaker and raconteur.
accordingAs reported or stated by. According to Descartes, the soul is indivisible.
accountableLiable to account for one’s actions. The Arbitration Committee must be accountable to the community.
accouteredProvided with necessary articles of equipment for a specialized purpose (especially military). And the rest of the play’s figures are similarly, gaudily accoutered.
accoutredProvided with necessary articles of equipment for a specialized purpose (especially military).
acculturationalOf or relating to acculturation.
acculturativeOf or relating to acculturation. Psychological adaptation and development under acculturative stress.
accumbentLying down; in a position of comfort or rest.
accumulatedPeriodically accumulated over time. Legal fees and accumulated debts erased the balance of the award.
accurateCharacterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct. The map of the artcle is accurate.
accursedUnder a curse. I finally had to physically remove myself from the accursed Tivo.
accurstUnder a curse.
accusativeServing as or indicating the object of a verb or of certain prepositions and used for certain other purposes. The pronouns have additional cases of accusative and genitive, but no vocative.
accusatorialSpecifically indicating a form of prosecution in which one is publicly accused of and tried for a crime and in which the judge is not also the prosecutor. Thank you for fixing that error, and for not being accusatorial.
accusatoryContaining or expressing accusation. The current notice does seem rather unprofessional and accusatory.
accusiveContaining or expressing accusation.
accustomedIn the habit of or adapted to. We’ve all grown accustomed to hearing such superheated humbug.
aceOf the highest quality. In the second round, the ace will drop the king.
acellularNot made up of or divided into cells. Sato’s acellular pertussis vaccine was used in Japan since the autumn of 1981.
acentricLacking a centromere. Acentric factor accounts for characteristic of molecular structure.
acephalousLacking a head or a clearly defined head. Most foraging or hunter gatherer societies are acephalous.
acerateNarrow and long and pointed; as pine leaves.
acerbSour or bitter in taste.
acerbicHarsh or corrosive in tone. It is a combination of acerbic and cerberus.
aceroseNarrow and long and pointed; as pine leaves.
acervatePertaining to a growth of fungi that forms a heaped-up mass.
acetabularOf the cup-shaped socket that receives the head of the thigh bone. Acetabular fossa is at centre, inside the lunate surface.
aceticRelating to or containing acetic acid. It is the triester of glycerol and acetic acid.
acetonicOf or relating to acetone.
acetoseTasting or smelling like vinegar.
acetousTasting or smelling like vinegar.
acetylenicOf or related to acetylene. Internal alkynes feature carbon substituents on each acetylenic carbon.
acetylicOf or related to acetic acid.
achaeanOf or relating to achaea or its ancient greek people. Samolas the Achaean was in command of this brigade.
achenialPertaining to dry one-seeded indehiscent fruit.
acheronianDark and dismal as of the rivers acheron and styx in hades-wordsworth.
acheronticDark and dismal as of the rivers acheron and styx in hades-wordsworth.
achingCausing a dull and steady pain. The work was back aching and very tiring.
achlamydeousNot having a floral envelope or perianth.
achlorhydricLacking hydrochloric acid.
achondriticNot having a granular structure.
achondroplasticOf or relating to achondroplasia.
achromaticHaving no hue. Therefore, the achromatic number of the Clebsch graph is 8.
achromatinicNot readily colored by stains.
achromatousHaving little or inadequate color.
achromicHaving no color.
achromousHaving no color.
achyCausing a dull and steady pain. The pain can feel like burning, pricking sensation, achy or dull.
acicularNarrow and long and pointed; as pine leaves. A process for producing magnetic particles for a magnetic recording medium from an acicular goethite as a starting material comprises a step of growing a Si component containing goethite as an outer layer.
aciculateRelated to plants or animals or crystals having aciculae or needlelike parts. C. and producing an aciculate textured coke by coking said mixture.
acidBeing sour to the taste. The chemical compound calcium acetate is the calcium salt of acetic acid.
acidicBeing sour to the taste. The stomach is an acidic environment the intestines are alkaline.
acidimetricInvolving or related to acidimetry.
acidophilicEspecially of some bacteria; growing well in an acid medium. The high quantity of mitochondria gives the cells an acidophilic appearance.
acidophilousEspecially of some bacteria; growing well in an acid medium. I resumed taking the acidophilous with no further outbreaks since then.
acidoticHaving or being characterized by acidosis.
acidulentBeing sour to the taste. Fumaric acid is a food acidulent used since 1946.
acidulousBeing sour to the taste. He hates the acidulous taste.
aciduricEspecially of some bacteria; growing well in an acid medium.
acinarPertaining to the individual parts making up an aggregate fruit like a blackberry. Acinar cell source of the parotid hormone.
acinicPertaining to one of the small sacs (as in a compound gland). Recurrence of pulmonary acinic cell carcinoma.
acinosePertaining to one of the small sacs (as in a compound gland).
acinousPertaining to one of the small sacs (as in a compound gland).
acneiformResembling acne. Other sources classified acne vulgaris under acneiform eruption.
acoldOf persons; feeling cold- shakespeare.
acousticOf or relating to the science of acoustics. The range of the acoustic seeker was later improved.
acousticalOf or relating to the science of acoustics. Construction of the acoustical buffer zone.
acquaintedHaving fair knowledge of. He became acquainted with the ideals of the revolution.
acquiescentWilling to carry out the orders or wishes of another without protest. The parents wanted their children to remain acquiescent.
acquiredGotten through environmental forces. Sequent was acquired by IBM in 1999.
acquisitiveEager to acquire and possess things especially material possessions or ideas. He was very selfish, acquisitive, and resolute, very skilful schemer.
acridStrong and sharp. The acrid smell reeking up the shaft was unmistakable.
acrimoniousMarked by strong resentment or cynicism. It is an acrimonious system across the board.
acriticalWithout a crisis (as of some diseases). Itcorresponds to the Curie phase transition, and is also called acritical point.
acrocarpousHaving the archegonia at the top of the stem.
acrocentricHaving a subterminal centromere.
acrogenicPertaining to flowerless plants (ferns or mosses) in which growth occurs only at the tip of the main stem.
acrogenousPertaining to flowerless plants (ferns or mosses) in which growth occurs only at the tip of the main stem.
acromegalicMarked or affected by enlargement or hypertrophy of the extremities or the face. Midget is to giant as dwarf is to acromegalic.
acropetalOf leaves or flowers; developing or opening in succession from base to apex.
acrophobicSuffering from acrophobia; abnormally afraid of high places. To an acrophobic person, this is scary.
acroscopicFacing or on the side toward the apex.
actinalLocated on the surface or end on which the mouth is situated.
actingServing temporarily especially as a substitute. He was notorious for acting like a martinet.
actinicRelating to or exhibiting actinism. Yellow and red light was non actinic.
actinoidHaving a radial form. It is the seventh transuranic element, and an actinoid.
actinometricOf or related to actinometry.
actinometricalOf or related to actinometry.
actinomorphicCapable of division into symmetrical halves by any longitudinal plane passing through the axis. The flowers are actinomorphic and yellowish green.
actinomorphousCapable of division into symmetrical halves by any longitudinal plane passing through the axis. The result of the debate was Moving it to Actinomorphous flower.
actinomycetalOf or belonging to the actinomycetes.
actinomycetousOf or belonging to the actinomycetes.
actinomycoticOf or related to actinomycosis infection.
actionableAffording grounds for legal action. The results of the trial are quite actionable.
activeExpressing that the subject of the sentence has the semantic function of actor:. Active erosive esophagitis is often present.
activistAdvocating or engaged in activism. Her sister was the suffragette activist, Lady Constance Lytton.
activisticAdvocating or engaged in activism. The Activist was replaced by the Slacker.
actualBeing or existing at the present moment. The actual sockpuppets get evasive.
actuarialOf or relating to the work of an actuary. It has nothing to do with the actuarial profession.
acuateEnding in a sharp point. I fixed it so it’s acuate again.
aculeateHaving or resembling a stinger or barb. The Sapygidae are a family of solitary aculeate wasps.
aculeatedHaving or resembling a stinger or barb.
acuminateNarrowing to a slender point. The leaf apex is acute to acuminate.
acuteOf an angle; less than 90 degrees. I suddenly had an acute pain.
acyclicNot cyclic; especially having parts arranged in spirals rather than whorls. Flabby sheaves are soft and acyclic.

Adjectives That Start with AD (94 Words)

adactylousWithout fingers and/or toes.
adagioLeisurely. But maybe Adagio will weigh in on that one in a bit.
adamantImpervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason- w.churchill. The others plead with the Count, but he is adamant.
adamantineImpervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason- w.churchill. Thomas was adamant about participating in the war.
adaptableCapable of adapting (of becoming or being made suitable) to a particular situation or use. This made the Birkebeins more mobile and adaptable.
adaptativeHaving a capacity for adaptation. These adaptative traits may be structural, behavioral or physiological.
adaptedChanged in order to improve or made more fit for a particular purpose. The bands are adapted to grip the user’s fingertip.
adaxialNearest to or facing toward the axis of an organ or organism. They also contain small adaxial resin vesicles.
addictedCompulsively or physiologically dependent on something habit-forming. The incident left Nathan addicted to painkillers.
addictiveCausing or characterized by addiction. Some of the research points to the drug and addictive nature of sugars.
additionalFurther or added. Additional CO2 produces more luxuriant growth.
additiveDesignating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree. Hydrates of the additive compounds may also be used.
addlebrainedStupid and confused- isaac sterne.
addlepatedStupid and confused- isaac sterne. And finally, they bring this mass of addlepated wishful thinking toWikipedia.
addressableCapable of being addressed. It’s not an addressable concern.
adductingEspecially of muscles; bringing together or drawing toward the midline of the body or toward an adjacent part.
adductiveEspecially of muscles; bringing together or drawing toward the midline of the body or toward an adjacent part.
adenocarcinomatousOf or pertaining to adenocarcinoma.
adenoidRelating to or resembling lymphatic glands or lymphoid tissue. Neutron radiotherapy for adenoid cystic carcinoma of minor salivary glands.
adenoidalOf or pertaining to the adenoids. She speaks with a distinctively adenoidal voice.
adeptHaving or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude. He’s also adept in the rite of ressurection.
adequateSufficient for the purpose. The name of the publication is adequate.
adherentSticking fast. The building is adherent to the next one.
adhesiveTending to adhere. The receptacle and adhesive network covers the penile orifice.
adiabaticOccurring without loss or gain of heat. Non adiabatic chemical dynamics.
adientCharacterized by acceptance or approach.
adiposeComposed of animal fat. Leucine is utilized in the liver, adipose tissue, and muscle tissue.
adjacentHaving a common boundary or edge; abutting; touching. The adjacent walls are sheathed in ceramic tiles.
adjectivalRelating to court practice and procedure as opposed to the principles of law. The normal position of the adjective is after the noun.
adjectiveRelating to court practice and procedure as opposed to the principles of law. I apologize for that obstreperous adjective.
adjunctOf or relating to a person who is subordinate to another. He is an adjunct professor of business school.
adjunctiveOf or relating to a person who is subordinate to another. The first mill was important as an adjunct to the Hope Park plantation.
adjustableCapable of being changed so as to match or fit. The height of the weir may be adjustable.
adjustiveConducive to adjustment. First, adjustive instrument made the cut.
adjuvantFurnishing added support. Adjuvant chemotherapy in colorectal cancer.
administrativeOf or relating to or responsible for administration. Read the administrative consideration of the case.
admirableInspiring admiration or approval. Reticence is admirable in some circumstances, but not this one.
admiredRegarded with admiration. It is admired for its alertness and ferocious attacks.
admissibleDeserving to be admitted. It’s certainly not admissible in the article.
admittableDeserving to be allowed to enter. Your hearsay arguments are not admittable underWikipedia policy.
admittibleDeserving to be allowed to enter.
admonitoryExpressing reproof or reproach especially as a corrective. That definitely was an admonitory remark.
adnateOf unlike parts or organs; growing closely attached. The deeply trilobate lip is adnate to the column to its apex.
adnexalOf or pertaining to adnexa. On pelvic examination a unilateral adnexal mass may be found.
adolescentRelating to or peculiar to or suggestive of an adolescent. The youngest sister Renata is an immature and capricious adolescent.
adonicOr relating to or like adonis. The last line of a Sapphic stanza is an adonic.
adoptableSuitable or eligible for adoption. I mean only the adoptable form of Boleslas.
adoptedAcquired as your own by free choice. The narrator adopted the religion enthusiastically.
adorableLovable especially in a childlike or naive way. All the veggie shapes are adorable.
adoredRegarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god). He’s adored by all the girls and in particular, Bianca.
adoringExtravagantly or foolishly loving and indulgent. The Biography section is especially adoring unscientific content.
adornedProvided with something intended to increase its beauty or distinction. The Lord is adorned with flowers of the previous day.
adpressedPressed close to or lying flat against something-l.v.pirsson. The hind limb reaches the wrist of the adpressed fore limb.
adrenalOf or pertaining to the adrenal glands or their secretions. It is proper to continue with the diagnosis of secondary adrenal insufficiency.
adrenergicRelating to epinephrine (its release or action). Beta adrenergic receptor kinase.
adrenocorticalOf or derived from the cortex of the adrenal glands. The main etiologic factor of adrenocortical cancer is unknown.
adrenocorticotrophicStimulating or acting on the adrenal cortex.
adrenocorticotropicStimulating or acting on the adrenal cortex. Adrenocorticotropic hormone deficiency.
adriftAfloat on the surface of a body of water. Celidoine is set adrift in a rudderless boat.
adroitQuick or skillful or adept in action or thought. His adroit use of staccato was rare among modern jazz trumpeters.
adscititiousAdded or derived from something outside; not inherent.
adscriptBound to a tract of land; hence their service is transferable from owner to owner. There are no signs of iota adscript or iota subscript.
adscriptedBound to a tract of land; hence their service is transferable from owner to owner.
adsorbableCapable of being adsorbed or accumulated on a surface of a solid.
adsorbateCapable of being adsorbed or accumulated on a surface of a solid. The adsorbate is then evaporated onto the tip.
adsorbentHaving capacity or tendency to adsorb or cause to accumulate on a surface. It is the most widely used adsorbent.
adsorptiveHaving capacity or tendency to adsorb or cause to accumulate on a surface. He is known for his work on the structure and adsorptive properties of carbons.
adulatoryObsequiously complimentary. I would speculate that more skeptical than adulatory articles exist.
adultFully developed. I am the mature adult in the room.
adulterantMaking impure or corrupt by adding extraneous materials. The scientists analyzed the adulterant chemical.
adulterateMixed with impurities. I wasn’t out to adulterate, nor inflate.
adulteratedMixed with impurities. White candy might be adulterated with clay or plaster.
adulteratingMixed with impurities. Let us not adulterate pure faith with corruptible science.
adulterineConceived in adultery. Adulterine in a dictionary gives a definition as being born of adultery.
adulterousCharacterized by adultery. The focus of the text is consternation over an adulterous wife.
adumbrativeIndistinctly prophetic.
adustBurned brown by the sun- sir walter scott. If I do make a mistake let me know so I can adust fire.
advanceSituated ahead or going before. They become cathartic as they advance to maturity.
advancedAhead in development; complex or intricate. Once again the disinherited advanced into Scotland.
advancingSituated ahead or going before. They planned to resume in advance at daybreak.
advantageousAppropriate for achieving a particular end; implies a lack of concern for fairness. Winning the fourth trick is advantageous.
advectiveOf or relating to advection. The salinity data highlighted the advective diffusion of the freshwater plume.
adventitialOf or pertaining to the adventitia. In the adventitial layer there was an abundance of collagen fibrils.
adventitiousAssociated by chance and not an integral part- frederick w. robertson. Propagated by division and by adventitious plantlets.
adventiveNot native and not fully established; locally or temporarily naturalized. At times it is difficult to decide if a species is adventive or migratory.
adventuristicOf or pertaining to adventurism.
adventurousWilling to undertake or seeking out new and daring enterprises. Lucky is the most adventurous of the 99 puppies.
adversativeExpressing antithesis or opposition. From the verb, through the addition of the adversative suffix to the stem.
adverseIn an opposing direction. The most common adverse effect is recurrence of migraine.
advertentGiving attention.
advisableWorthy of being recommended or suggested; prudent or wise. Sometimes it is advisable to see the roses from the distance.
advisedHaving received information. The querent is advised to think outside the box.
advisoryGiving advice,. Paralegal advisory firms are stepping in to fill the gap.
adynamicCharacterized by an absence of force or forcefulness.

Adjectives That Start with AE (30 Words)

aecialOf or belonging to an aecium. Pycnial and aecial stages are produced on the alternate host.
aegeanOf or relating to or bordering the aegean sea. Kremasti has a beach on the Aegean Sea.
aeolianOf or pertaining to aeolus, the greek god of the winds; relating to or caused by the wind. Aeolian turbidity currents are better known as dust storms.
aeolotropicHaving properties with different values along different axes.
aeonianContinuing forever or indefinitely.
aerialExisting or living or growing or operating in the air. The earliest records of aerial reforestation date back from 1930.
aeriferousConveying air; as the bronchial tubes.
aeriformCharacterized by lightness and insubstantiality; as impalpable or intangible as air- thomas carlyle.
aerobicDepending on free oxygen or air. The use of aerobic granular sludge is one of them.
aerobioticLiving or active only in the presence of oxygen.
aerodynamicOf or relating to aerodynamics. The style of the saloon was modern and aerodynamic.
aeroliticOf or pertaining to certain stony meteorites.
aerologicalOf or pertaining to aerology. He studied possibilities of applying aerological data to the weather forecast.
aeromechanicOf or pertaining to aerodynamics.
aeromedicalOf or relating to aviation medicine. It practiced for aeromedical evacuation missions.
aeronauticOf or pertaining to aeronautics. The city is home to several automobile and aeronautic manufacturing firms.
aeronauticalOf or pertaining to aeronautics. The programs focused on aeronautical education.
aerophilatelicOf or relating to airmail stamps. Airmail stamps are an inherent part of every aerophilatelic collection.
aerophilicDepending on free oxygen or air.
aerophilousDepending on free oxygen or air.
aerosolisedIn the form of ultramicroscopic solid or liquid particles dispersed or suspended in air or gas. Alternatively, aerosolised drugs, such as albuterol or clenbuterol, may be used.
aerosolizedIn the form of ultramicroscopic solid or liquid particles dispersed or suspended in air or gas. Aerosolized pneumonic plague remains the most significant threat.
aeryCharacterized by lightness and insubstantiality; as impalpable or intangible as air- thomas carlyle.
aeschyleanOf or relating to or in the manner of aeschylus.
aesculapianOf or belonging to aesculapius or the healing art.
aestheticRelating to or dealing with the subject of aesthetics. The aesthetic has the advantage of greatest serenity.
aestheticalConcerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste. There are modern underground facilities for aesthetical reasons.
aestivalOf or occurring in summer. Aestival can be spelt with the ligature quit removing it.
aetiologicOf or relating to the philosophical study of causation.
aetiologicalOf or relating to the philosophical study of causation. The aetiological agent of ISA is the infectious salmon anemia virus ISAV .

Adjectives That Start with AF (36 Words)

afeardA pronunciation of afraid.
afearedA pronunciation of afraid. I’d be so afeared for anyone who ever even just looked at them funny.
afebrileHaving no fever. Patients with this mutation have both febrile and afebrile seizures.
affableDiffusing warmth and friendliness. He is an affable and experienced legislator.
affectedActed upon; influenced. That adversely affected the health of the emigrants.
affectionateHaving or displaying warmth or affection. Aman is a doting father and an affectionate man.
affectiveCharacterized by emotion. The second aspect of homesickness is the affective state or emotional state.
afferentOf nerves and nerve impulses; conveying sensory information from the sense organs to the cns. The trajectory of pallidal afferent axons is complex.
affiliatedBeing joined in close association. The Institute is affiliated to the University of Mumbai.
affinalRelated by marriage. Such ties are both affinal and consanguineous.
affineRelated by marriage. Also the product of affine matrices is an affine matrix.
affirmativeExpecting the best. They replied in the affirmative.
afflictedMentally or physically unfit. I was severly afflicted by the pain.
affluentHaving an abundant supply of money or possessions of value. It is the most affluent region in the nation.
affordableThat you have the financial means for. The intention was to build additional affordable housing in the area.
afghanOf or relating to or characteristic of afghanistan or its people. They believe he was one of the extremist commanders of the Afghan Arabs.
afghaniOf or relating to or characteristic of afghanistan or its people. The Afghani man picked the detainee up at the center.
afghanistaniOf or relating to or characteristic of afghanistan or its people. Afghanistani may be a better term.
afireLighted up by or as by fire or flame. The hot shot lodging in a ship’s dry timbers would set the ship afire.
aflameLighted up by or as by fire or flame. The episode ends with the player inadvertently setting the whole asylum aflame.
aflareLighted up by or as by fire or flame.
aflickerShining unsteadily.
afloatBorne on the water; floating. Ships are afloat on the water.
afootTraveling by foot. The move towards decimalisation was afoot for over a century.
aforementionedBeing the one previously mentioned or spoken of. The aforementioned values are dependent on the temper of the alloy.
aforesaidBeing the one previously mentioned or spoken of. The aforesaid frequency divider comprises a counter and an AND circuit.
aforethoughtPlanned in advance. I can only suspect this was done with malice aforethought.
afoulEspecially of a ship’s lines etc. Don’t want anyone to fall afoul of it.
afraidFilled with regret or concern; used often to soften an unpleasant statement. I’m afraid I confused this article a little bit because of my inattention.
africanOf or relating to the nations of africa or their peoples. It will disrupt the decorum of the African American page.
afrikaansBelonging or relating to white people of south africa whose ancestors were dutch or to their language. I assumed it was Afrikaans and changed it.
afrikanerBelonging or relating to white people of south africa whose ancestors were dutch or to their language. Afrikaner diaspora and emigration.
aftSituated at or toward the stern or tail. The peak is the upper aft corner.
afterLocated farther aft. His face turned reddish after sitting right next to her.
aftermostLocated closest to the stern or tail. Length The distance between the forwardmost and aftermost parts of the ship.
aftershaftedHaving an aftershaft (a small feather at the base of some feathers).

Adjectives That Start with AG (57 Words)

agamicNot involving the fusion of male and female gametes in reproduction. Abhisheka is also a special form of puja prescribed by Agamic injunction.
agamogeneticNot involving the fusion of male and female gametes in reproduction.
agamousNot involving the fusion of male and female gametes in reproduction.
agapeWith the mouth wide open as in wonder or awe. However, there are some examples of agape used to mean the same as eros.
agazeOpen and fixed as if in fear or wonder.
agedAt an advanced stage of erosion (pronounced as one syllable). Some wines are aged in oaken casks.
agelessContinuing forever or indefinitely. Birinchi Baba claims to be ageless.
agelongLasting through all time. There is agelong spoken tradition that is known from folklore and songs.
agglomerateClustered together but not coherent. They agglomerate many, competiting people, groups and ideologies.
agglomeratedClustered together but not coherent. But it should probably be agglomerated by disease in List of…
agglomerativeClustered together but not coherent. It has produced olivine basalt dykes, lavas, and agglomerate.
agglutinateUnited as if by glue. Hemagglutinin refers to a substance that causes red blood cells to agglutinate.
agglutinativeForming derivative or compound words by putting together constituents each of which expresses a single definite meaning. It certainly looks agglutinative to me.
aggravatingMaking worse. The judge applied the same aggravating circumstances for all.
aggregateComposed of a dense cluster of separate units such as carpels or florets or drupelets. The aggregate winners advanced to the second round.
aggregatedComposed of a dense cluster of separate units such as carpels or florets or drupelets. The composer then presents the aggregate.
aggregativeFormed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole. The team with the higher aggregate score moves on to the second round.
aggressiveCharacteristic of an enemy or one eager to fight. This is the most aggressive of the four strategies.
aghastStruck with fear, dread, or consternation. The second monk was aghast and yet said nothing.
agileMentally quick. All of the birds in this genus are small and agile.
agingGrowing old. Shortening of leukocyte telomeres is a marker of aging.
agitatedPhysically disturbed or set in motion. Even in the interview, she was agitated and anxious.
agitativeCausing or tending to cause anger or resentment. The president spoke with a n agitative tone.
agleamBright with a steady but subdued shining.
aglitterHaving brief brilliant points or flashes of light.
aglowSoftly bright or radiant. In its own loneliness in the sky I see the North Star aglow.
agnateRelated on the father’s side. Mary I married her own agnate, thus keeping the crown in the family.
agnaticRelated on the father’s side. The agnatic primogeniture follows the same principle.
agnosticUncertain of all claims to knowledge. I’m agnostic about whether the quote belongs in the article at all.
agnosticalUncertain of all claims to knowledge.
agoGone by; or in the past. They consummate two days ago.
agogHighly excited. I am still agog about the quadruple 10,000.
agonadalLacking gonads.
agonalPertaining to or associated with agony (especially death agonies). These people may or may not show a lot of sickling as an agonal event.
agoneGone by; or in the past.
agonisedExpressing pain or agony. I agonised over this case, and I’m sure others did too.
agonisingExtremely painful. Death was agonising and habitually slow.
agonisticStriving to overcome in argument. Others disagree with this agonistic historical view.
agonisticalStriving to overcome in argument.
agonizingExtremely painful. The mood drops to agonizing disappointment, and hits Ives the hardest.
agoraphobicSuffering from agoraphobia; abnormally afraid of open or public places. An agoraphobic loner inexorably loses his mind within the confines of a bed sit.
agranulocyticRelating to the blood disorder of agranulocytosis.
agraphicRelating to or having agraphia.
agrarianRelating to rural matters. The agrarian and military sides of the festival are clearly distinguished.
agreeableConforming to your own liking or feelings or nature- disraeli. All the changes you’ve made to the article are absolutely agreeable.
agreedUnited by being of the same opinion. The majority of the bishops agreed.
agresticCharacteristic of the fields or country. Sign this petition for an agrestic/majesticmerge.
agriculturalRelating to or used in or promoting agriculture or farming. The agricultural and cattle productions are of subsistence.
agrobiologicOf or pertaining to agrobiology.
agrobiologicalOf or pertaining to agrobiology.
agrologicOf or related to agrology.
agrologicalOf or related to agrology.
agronomicOf or relating to or promoting agronomy. These agronomic practices facilitate harvest and increases bean quality.
agronomicalOf or relating to or promoting agronomy. To my mother that was nothing but an agronomical ruse.
agroundStuck in a place where a ship can no longer float. They went aground on the beach or bar in winter.
agrypnoticOf or pertaining to agrypnia.
aguishAffected by ague.

Adjectives That Start with AH (4 Words)

aheadHaving the leading position or higher score in a contest. All were screened for venereal diseases ahead of time.
ahistoricalUnconcerned with or unrelated to history or to historical development or to tradition. Mentioning it before then is an ahistorical construct.
ahorseTraveling on horseback.
ahorsebackTraveling on horseback.

Adjectives That Start with AI (11 Words)

ailingSomewhat ill or prone to illness. The actor has been ailing from cancer.
aimlessContinually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another. Just part of my temporary, aimless article ‘ennui’, I guess.
ainBelonging to or on behalf of a specified person (especially yourself); preceded by a possessive. There are no plans for the return of AIN.
airborneMoved or conveyed by or through air. Airborne reconnaissance goes back to the early era of ballooning.
airheadedLacking seriousness; given to frivolity. He is naive, friendly and airheaded, but loves to eat rice.
airlessLacking fresh air. This sets an artificial, airless tone fatal to the iki audience.
airlikeResembling air or having the form of air.
airsickExperiencing motion sickness. According to some witnesses, he appeared to be airsick and held his head.
airtightHaving no weak points. The airtight rear doors of the troop compartment also contain fuel tanks.
airworthyFit to fly. Not all are currently airworthy.
airyNot practical or realizable; speculative. She is the writer of the ‘Airy Fairy’ books.

Adjective That Starts with AJ (1 Word)

ajarSlightly open. The photograph in this article shows the door ajar.

Adjectives That Start with AK (2 Words)

akimboBent outward with the joint away from the body. He is standing with arms akimbo and speaking to the umpire in front of him.
akinRelated by blood. The Romans considered the Aquitanians akin to the Spaniards.

Adjectives That Start with AL (135 Words)

alabasterOf or resembling alabaster. The Alabaster Dairy Queen moved to the Colonial Promenade in 2009.
alabastrineOf or resembling alabaster. The tomb consists of a slab of alabaster mounted in gilded bronze.
alarOf or relating to the axil. Laterally of this are a pair of alar folds.
alarmedExperiencing a sudden sense of danger. The gun toting guards alarmed the locals.
alarmingFrightening because of an awareness of danger. There is an alarming number of things in the direction of fascism.
alaryHaving or resembling wings. The President of the General Council is Damien Alary of the Socialist Party.
alaskanRelating to or characteristic of the state or people of alaska. The Alaskan article needs to be specific and be footnoted.
alateHaving winglike extensions. Stem erect, distinctly alate, cylindrical between the whorls triangular.
alatedHaving winglike extensions.
albanianOf or relating to albania or its people or language or culture. As such, he may justly bear the title of father of Albanian prose.
albescentBecoming or shading into white.
albigensianOf or relating to albigenses or albigensianism. At least in the uncontrolled way of the Albigensian Crusade.
albinalOf or pertaining to or affected by albinism.
albinicOf or pertaining to or affected by albinism.
albinisticOf or pertaining to or affected by albinism. Not an animal at all, but a supernatural being, ergo not albinistic.
albinoticOf or pertaining to or affected by albinism. That is the reason why fully albinotic animals and people are half blind.
albiticOf or related to albite feldspar.
albuminousRelating to or containing or resembling albumin. Seeds with an endosperm at maturity are termed albuminous seeds.
albuminuricOf or related to the state of albuminuria.
alcalescentTending to become alkaline; slightly alkaline.
alchemisticalOf or relating to alchemists.
alcoholicCharacteristic of or containing alcohol. The traditional alcoholic beverage of the region is beer.
aldehydicOf or related to or containing aldehydes. Uninhibited Perfume has top notes of bergamot, orange oil and aldehydic accords.
aldermanlyOf or relating to or like an alderman.
aleatoryDependent on chance. The term aleatory, I think, is often misused as meaning completely random.
alertQuick and energetic. Independent, curious and alert, yet imperturbable.
aleuronicOf or related to aleurone.
aleutianOf or relating to the aleut or their language or culture. Aleutian Disease was first recognized in ranch raised mink in 1956.
alexandrianOf or relating to alexander the great or his empire. Alexandrian edition of Sappho’s poetry.
alexicOf or relating to or symptomatic of alexia.
alfrescoIn the open air. These offer alfresco dining, along with occasional street markets.
algebraicOf or relating to algebra. The opposite is true in the algebraic and holomorphic settings.
algebraicalOf or relating to algebra.
algerianOf or relating to or characteristic of algeria or its inhabitants. From 1954 to 1962, the Algerian War preoccupied the French.
algoidOf or resembling algae.
algolagnicOf or relating to algolagnia.
algometricOf or related to algometry.
algometricalOf or related to algometry.
algonkianOf or relating to an algonquian tribe or its people or language. When we used this strategy in the reconstruction of Proto Algonkian we were fortunate to be dealing with polysyllabic words.
algonquianOf or relating to an algonquian tribe or its people or language. The Massachusett belong to the Algonquian family of peoples.
algonquinOf or relating to an algonquian tribe or its people or language. The name is derived from the Algonquin language.
algophobicSuffering from algophobia; abnormally afraid of pain.
algorithmicOf or relating to or having the characteristics of an algorithm. An additional feature is to propose several algorithmic models designed to be of maximal adequacy and generality as well as of minimal computational complexity.
alienBeing or from or characteristic of another place or part of the world. Ultraman King had arrived to thwart the diabolical alien.
alienableTransferable to another owner. Alienable and inalienable possession is distinguished.
aliformHaving or resembling wings. Her aliform acted like a Venus flytrap, and she had an elastic tongue.
alightLighted up by or as by fire or flame. This set the tire alight which ignited the magnesium hub.
alignedBrought into agreement or cooperation on the side of a faction, party, or cause. The horizontal canal is aligned roughly horizontally in the head.
aligningCausing to fall into line or into position. The challenges included aligning the cultural aspects of the organizations.
alikeHaving the same or similar characteristics. Morbid minds think alike and perversity is a shared trait.
alimentalOf or providing nourishment.
alimentaryOf or providing nourishment. A proctodeum is the back ectodermal part of an alimentary canal.
alimentativeRelated to the supply of aliment.
aliphaticHaving carbon atoms linked in open chains. The cyclic diol may be aliphatic or aromatic.
aliquotSignifying an exact divisor or factor of a quantity. In the field of science, a liquid sample is sometimes called an aliquot.
aliveCapable of erupting. They caught the crustacean alive.
alkahesticOf or pertaining to the alkahest that alchemists assumed to exist.
alkalescentTending to become alkaline; slightly alkaline.
alkalicRelating to or containing an alkali; having a ph greater than 7. It occurs as a secondary beryllium mineral in granitic and alkalic pegmatites.
alkalineRelating to or containing an alkali; having a ph greater than 7. The fungus is known to thrive in moist and alkaline soils.
alkaloidalPertaining to or consisting of alkaloids. The first is a chemically basic and alkaloidal substance.
alkaloticMarked by alkalosis (or a tendency toward alkalosis). If severe, it may cause tetany alkalotic tetany .
alkylicOf or related to an alkyl.
allQuantifier; used with either mass or count nouns to indicate the whole number or amount of or every one of a class. All of the weight percents are of the total aqueous sizing composition.
allantoicRelating to or characterized by an allantois. Allantoic acid is an organic compound with the chemical formula C4H8N4O4.
allantoidShaped like a sausage. Virions are bacilliform, ovoid, and allantoid.
allargandoGradually decreasing in tempo and broadening in manner.
allegedDoubtful or suspect. The alleged difference then is in the teaching.
allegiantSteadfast in devotion (especially to your lawful monarch or government). I’m a democrat but I’m not blindly allegiant.
allegoricUsed in or characteristic of or containing allegory. The film is an allegoric drama about an eight year old girl dealing with loss.
allegoricalUsed in or characteristic of or containing allegory. And as such, is an allegorical myth.
allegrettoFaster than allegro. The second movement was not taken with its usual lachrymose funeral treatment, but at a very sensible allegretto pace.
allegroFast. A sonata allegro movement is divided into sections.
allelicOf or relating to alleles. This shows that there are many possible types of allelic combination.
allelomorphicOf or relating to alleles.
allergenicRelating to or having the effect of an allergen. This is in line with allergenic effects.
allergicHaving an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor). In the event of skin allergic reaction, cease using.
alleviatoryModerating pain or sorrow by making it easier to bear.
alliaceousOf or pertaining to the botanical genus allium.
alliedUnited in a confederacy or league. The allied forces took the Japanese news as a ploy.
alligatoredOf paint or varnish; having the appearance of alligator hide.
allocableCapable of being distributed. Moreover, prepaid insurance may be easily allocable.
allochronicOccurring in different geologic times.
allochthonousOf rocks, deposits, etc.; found in a place other than where they and their constituents were formed. Energy sources can be autochthonous or allochthonous.
allogamousRelating to cross-fertilization in plants.
allogeneicDenoting or relating to cells or tissues from individuals belonging to the same species but genetically dissimilar (and hence immunologically incompatible). Rather, it refers to surgery performed without transfusion of allogeneic blood.
allographicOf or relating to an allograph.
allomerousPertaining to allomerism.
allometricRelating to or marked by allometry. Allometric scaling is any growth with deviates from isometry.
allomorphicPertaining to allomorphs.
allopathicOf or relating to the practice of allopathy. This is not an allopathic encyclopedia.
allopatricOccurring in areas isolated geographically from one another. Generalization in response to allopatric mate recognition signals.
allophonicPertaining to allophones. Some of these may be allophonic.
allotropicOf or related to or exhibiting allotropism. There are three allotropic forms of iron, known as alpha, gamma, and delta.
allotropicalOf or related to or exhibiting allotropism.
allottedGiven as a task. The album was produced to the point of spending triple the allotted budget.
alloverCovering the entire surface. People from allover Mumbai gather here to celebrate the main festivals.
allowableDeserving to be allowed or considered. The following two are the user allowable Forest Updates.
alloyedBlended to obtain a desired property. It may occur alloyed with gold as electrum.
alluringHighly attractive and able to arouse hope or desire. The sight at dusk is especially alluring.
alluvialOf or relating to alluvium. The soil is alluvial and fertile.
allylicOf or pertaining to the allyl radical. Polarity also has an effect on allylic strain.
almightyHaving unlimited power. God almighty is omnipotent.
aloneRadically distinctive and without equal. Do you like processing alone
aloofRemote in manner. He is quite aloof and a bit slow on the uptake.
alopecicPertaining to loss of hair or wool or feathers. Affected areas become progressively more alopecic.
alpestrineGrowing at high altitudes.
alphaFirst in order of importance. Alpha was the original prototype of the Internet.
alphabeticArranged in order according to the alphabet. Arranged by alphabetic order of the first subject in the title.
alphabeticalArranged in order according to the alphabet. The Alphabetical Order of the D’ni Language.
alphabetisedHaving been put in alphabetical order. I alphabetised the list and added one.
alphabetizedHaving been put in alphabetical order. In the process of cleaning up the dab page I alphabetized the links.
alphamericOf or pertaining to alphanumeric characters. The first letter must be alphabetic; the second must be alphameric.
alphamericalOf or pertaining to alphanumeric characters.
alphanumericOf or pertaining to alphanumeric characters. The taxiways are given alphanumeric identification.
alphanumericalOf or pertaining to alphanumeric characters. That include non alphanumerical characters.
alpineLiving or growing above the timber line. The mountains were created during the Alpine Orogeny in the Tertiary.
alrightNonstandard usage. I was cordially and said it was alright.
alsatianOf or relating to or characteristic of alsace or its inhabitants. Foggerty An Alsatian, the fourth pirate to die in the battle.
altaicOf or pertaining to or written in altaic. Especially history of altaic theory is useful.
alternateOccurring by turns; first one and then the other. The successive magnets of the row are of alternate polarity.
alternatingReversing direction. The alternating magnetic field induces eddy currents in the plates.
alternativeNecessitating a choice between mutually exclusive possibilities. The alternative is fractional degrees.
altissimoVery high. The second register key makes the altissimo range much easier to play.
altitudinousIndefinitely high; lofty.
altoOf or being the highest male voice; having a range above that of tenor. The tone of the alto is more brilliant than that of the tenor or bass trombone.
altricialNaked and blind and dependent on parents for food. The chicks are altricial and take around 12 days to fledge.
altruisticShowing unselfish concern for the welfare of others. Because of this an altruistic behavior can take hold by the following reasoning.
alularPertaining to alulae.
aluminiferousContaining alum or aluminum.
aluminousPertaining to or containing aluminum or alum. Stuffed derivatives of aluminous quartz may also be provided.
alveolarPertaining to the tiny air sacs of the lungs. Alveolar stops and are either apico alveolar or apico dental.
alveolatePitted with cell-like cavities (as a honeycomb).
alvineOf or relating to the intestines.

Adjectives That Start with AM (96 Words)

amalgamateJoined together into a whole. The decision was taken to amalgamate the two undertakings.
amalgamatedJoined together into a whole. Hey I can amalgamate the OVAs here and then combine it with the list.
amalgamativeCharacterized by or tending toward amalgamation.
amaranthineOf an imaginary flower that never fades. The club color is dark amaranthine.
amateurEngaged in as a pastime. The rest of the squad was constituted of amateur players.
amateurishLacking professional skill or expertise. The amateurish nature of the site would suggest otherwise.
amativeInclined toward or displaying love.
amatoryExpressive of or exciting sexual love or romance. I think this article neglects the satirical quality of amatory fiction.
amauroticPertaining to blindness caused by amaurosis. The genetic basis of amaurotic family idiocy.
amazedFilled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock. The script amazed a cluster of people.
amazingInspiring awe or admiration or wonder. The amazing scenes were startling.
ambagiousRoundabout and unnecessarily wordy. I do not object to appropriate levels of prolixity and ambagious dialectic.
amberOf a medium to dark brownish yellow color. The internal callus is reddish brown to amber, and the operculum is pale.
ambidextrousEqually skillful with each hand. Second, the people listed there were obvious ambidextrous people.
ambientCompletely enveloping. The absorption of water is affected by the ambient temperature.
ambiguousHaving no intrinsic or objective meaning; not organized in conventional patterns. The interpretation of the statement is ambiguous.
ambitiousHaving a strong desire for success or achievement. The album is among the most ambitious of Joel’s albums.
ambivalentUncertain or unable to decide about what course to follow. The public’s attitude toward the elite is ambivalent.
ambiversiveIntermediate between introversive and extroversive.
amblyopicPertaining to a kind of visual impairment without apparent organic pathology. These deficits are usually specific to the amblyopic eye.
ambrosialWorthy of the gods. The ambrosial dish was excellent in its taste.
ambulacralPertaining to the ambulacra of radial echinoderms. This ambulacral groove extends from the mouth to the end of each ray or arm.
ambulatoryAble to walk about. Its mission is to advance the art and science of ambulatory care nursing.
amebanPertaining to or resembling amoebae.
amebicPertaining to or resembling amoebae. Amebic dysentery usually calls for a two pronged attack.
ameboidLike an amoeba (especially in having a variable irregular shape). This action is carried out in the ameboid and resting states.
amebousPertaining to or resembling amoebae.
amelioratoryTending to ameliorate.
amenableLiable to answer to a higher authority. Caesar was no longer the amenable silent partner of the trio.
amenorrhealRelated to the suppression of normal menstrual flow for any reason other than pregnancy.
amenorrheicRelated to the suppression of normal menstrual flow for any reason other than pregnancy.
amenorrhoealRelated to the suppression of normal menstrual flow for any reason other than pregnancy. Derived adjectives are amenorrhoeal and amenorrhoeic.
amenorrhoeicRelated to the suppression of normal menstrual flow for any reason other than pregnancy. Derived adjectives are amenorrhoeal and amenorrhoeic.
amentaceousBearing or characterized by aments or catkins.
amentiferousBearing or characterized by aments or catkins.
amerciableOf a crime or misdemeanor; punishable by a fine set by a judge.
americanOf or relating to the united states of america or its people or language or culture. My grandpa was the founder of the American Indian Movement.
amerindOf or pertaining to american indians or their culture or languages. A virtual who’s who of Americanists lined up against Amerind.
amerindicOf or pertaining to american indians or their culture or languages.
ametabolicUndergoing slight or no metamorphosis.
ametabolousUndergoing slight or no metamorphosis. These are known as ametabolous insects.
amethystOf a moderate purple color. The occidental amethyst is easily engraved and is found in a variety of sizes.
amethystineContaining or resembling amethyst. Veins of amethystine quartz are apt to lose their color on the exposed outcrop.
ametropicOf or relating to an abnormal condition of the eye in which visual images are not in focus on the retina.
amharicRelated to or characteristic of or written in amharic. I will know that it makes sense in Amharic.
amiableDisposed to please- hal hinson. Hoglan left the band on amiable terms in January, 2007.
amicableCharacterized by friendship and good will. Thanks for being so amicable in the discussion.
amidshipLocated in the middle part of a ship or aircraft. The forward section lies on its port side, with the amidship section keel up.
aminicPertaining to or containing any of a group of organic compounds of nitrogen derived from ammonia.
aminoPertaining to or containing any of a group of organic compounds of nitrogen derived from ammonia. The subscript indicates the number of amino acid residues in the fragment.
amissNot functioning properly. Henry Ford’s understandings of the issues were obviously amiss.
amitoticPertaining to a simple method of cell division.
amminoPertaining to or characteristic of an ammine (an inorganic coordination compound of ammonia and a metallic salt).
ammoniacPertaining to or containing or similar to ammonia. Sal ammoniac is a rare mineral composed of ammonium chloride, NH4Cl.
ammoniatedCombined or treated with ammonia. The preferred use of the ammoniated straw is as an animal feed.
ammoniticOf or related to an order of fossil cephalopods. The suture is ammonitic but rather simple.
amnesicSuffering from a partial loss of memory. Tolerance to the amnesic effects, generally, does not occur.
amnesticOf or relating to or caused by amnesia. The amnestic attack has a sudden onset.
amnicOf or related to the amnion or characterized by developing an amnion.
amnionicOf or related to the amnion or characterized by developing an amnion.
amnioticOf or related to the amnion or characterized by developing an amnion. Membranes of the amniotic fluid rupture, lubricating the vagina.
amoebanPertaining to or resembling amoebae.
amoebicPertaining to or resembling amoebae. Invasion of the intestinal lining causes amoebic dysentery or amoebic colitis.
amoeboidLike an amoeba (especially in having a variable irregular shape). Amoeboid sperm crawl along the spicule into the female worm.
amoebousPertaining to or resembling amoebae.
amokFrenzied as if possessed by a demon. But Amok is a valuable member of the GRRM fan community.
amoristicOf or pertaining to romantic love.
amorousExpressive of or exciting sexual love or romance. She and Boris are somewhat amorous.
amorphousLacking the system or structure characteristic of living bodies. The amorphous creature is a common trope in science fiction.
amortUtterly cast down.
amphibianRelating to or characteristic of animals of the class amphibia. The chemistry of poisons in amphibian skin.
amphibioticHaving an aquatic early or larval form and a terrestrial adult form.
amphibiousOperating or living on land and in water. For the amphibious drive the vehicle used two screws installed at the back.
amphiprostylarMarked by columniation having free columns in porticoes either at both ends or at both sides of a structure.
amphiprostyleMarked by columniation having free columns in porticoes either at both ends or at both sides of a structure. A pseudoperipteral building with a portico at each end is called amphiprostyle.
amphiproticHaving characteristics of both an acid and a base and capable of reacting as either. Seems to be much commonality between Amphoteric and Amphiprotic.
amphistylarHaving columns either at both ends or at both sides.
amphitheatricOf or related to an amphitheater. The village is built in an amphitheatric layout under Mount Zalaka.
amphitheatricalOf or related to an amphitheater. As in 1926, the chairs on the stage were placed in an amphitheatrical grouping.
amphitropousPartly inverted; turned back 90 degrees on its stalk.
amphoricThe sound heard in auscultation resembling the hollow sound made by blowing across the mouth of a bottle.
amphotericHaving characteristics of both an acid and a base and capable of reacting as either. Sodium bicarbonate is an amphoteric compound.
ampleAffording an abundant supply. There is ample room in the body of the article.
ampullarOf or related to an ampulla.
ampullaryOf or related to an ampulla. These new organs have been described as ampullary organs.
amuckFrenzied as if possessed by a demon. Not as a place for annoyed admins to run amuck.
amusingArousing or provoking laughter. She’s amusing the hell out of herself on the phone.
amusiveProviding enjoyment; pleasantly entertaining.
amygdaliformShaped like an almond.
amygdalineRelated to or resembling an almond.
amygdaloidShaped like an almond. The amygdaloid complex comprises both nuclear and cortical layers.
amygdaloidalShaped like an almond. Rocks containing amygdules can be described as amygdaloidal.
amylaceousResembling starch. A stabilized proteinaceous particle containing either egg or cottage cheese is formed by combining therewith a binder and an amylaceous component. The resultant particle is incorporated in a moist food and is stable under retort canning conditions used to sterilize a moist food.
amyloidResembling starch. In 1985 succeeded the biochemical identification of amyloid beta.
amyloidalResembling starch.
amylolyticOf or related to the process of amylolysis. The amylolytic process is used in the brewing of alcohol from grains.

Adjectives That Start with AN (257 Words)

anabaticOf an air current or wind; rising especially up a slope. Anabatic winds can be detrimental to the maximum downhill speed of cyclists.
anabioticOf or related to the state of anabiosis.
anabolicCharacterized by or promoting constructive metabolism. Behavioural manifestations of anabolic steroid use.
anachronicChronologically misplaced. I suggest such colourful boxes be used sparingly and not in an anachronic way.
anachronisticChronologically misplaced. I don’t see the word in the in the latin, and suspect it is anachronistic.
anachronousChronologically misplaced. Menorca could therefore be included on an anachronous map.
anaclinalOf valleys and rivers; progressing in a direction opposite to the dip in surrounding rock strata.
anacliticOf or related to relationships that are characterized by the strong dependence of one person on another.
anacoluthicOf or related to syntactic inconsistencies of the sort known as anacoluthons.
anadromousMigrating from the sea to fresh water to spawn. Alewife and other anadromous fish are migratory.
anaemicLacking vigor or energy. Other poets only need to use artificial rhetoric to enhance anaemic figures.
anaerobicLiving or active in the absence of free oxygen. The first requires anaerobic conditions and the second aerobic conditions.
anaerobioticLiving or active in the absence of free oxygen.
anaestheticCharacterized by insensibility. At the end of surgery the volatile or intravenous anaesthetic is discontinued.
anaglyphicRelated to anaglyphs or anaglyphy. Anaglyphic processes are not always able to reconstruct full color 3D images.
anaglyphicalRelated to anaglyphs or anaglyphy.
anaglypticRelated to anaglyphs or anaglyphy.
anaglypticalRelated to anaglyphs or anaglyphy.
anagogicBased on or exemplifying anagoge. The Imperial Saik Anagogic School indentured to the Emperor of Nansur.
anagogicalBased on or exemplifying anagoge. There is the literal, the allegorical, the anagogical, and the… the…
anagrammaticalRelated to anagrams or containing or making an anagram.
analA stage in psychosexual development when the child’s interest is concentrated on the anal region; fixation at this stage is said to result in orderliness, meanness, stubbornness, compulsiveness, etc.. The chief symptom is itching in the anal area.
analepticStimulating the central nervous system. The compounds are useful as anorexigenic or analeptic agents.
analgesicCapable of relieving pain. The compounds of the invention exert analgesic and antiinflammatory activity.
analgeticCapable of relieving pain. These have anti inflammatory or analgetic activity.
analogOf a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input. The radio would handshake with the repeater using a single analog tone.
analogousCorresponding in function but not in evolutionary origin. However, the process of the perm is quite analogous.
analogueOf a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input. After the analogue closedown, a fourth multiplex named MUX E was launched.
analphabeticHaving little acquaintance with writing. Kosovo has been a region of poverty and analphabetic for most of its History.
analyticUsing or subjected to a methodology using algebra and calculus. The group was the beginning of analytic philosophy.
analyticalUsing or skilled in using analysis (i.e., separating a whole–intellectual or substantial–into its elemental parts or basic principles);. The analytical hierarchy of sets of natural numbers.
analyzableCapable of being partitioned. An incomplete study indicates that these may be analyzable within our model.
anamnesticOf or relating to anamnesis; aiding the memory. Anamnestic signs always point to the ‘past’.
anamorphicPertaining to gradual evolution from one type of organism to another. The film was shot with the anamorphic process.
anapaesticCharacterized by two short syllables followed by a long one. Some anapaestic verses in praise of Euripides are preserved in Gellius.
anapesticCharacterized by two short syllables followed by a long one. Also, the anapestic rhythm is taken from the previous variation.
anaphasicOf or related to the stage of mitosis known as anaphase.
anaphoricRelating to anaphora. Anaphoric links to the name remain possible by means of the index variable as long as its value remains unchanged.
anaphrodisiacTending to diminish sexual desire. For this reason alcohol is considered an anaphrodisiac.
anaphylacticRelated to the hypersensitivity known as anaphylaxis. Compounds for use as orally active anaphylactic inhibitors are disclosed.
anaplasticOf or relating to anaplasia. It can appear very similar to anaplastic large cell lymphoma.
anasarcousCharacterized by or affected by dropsy.
anastigmaticNot astigmatic. All modern photographic lenses are close to being anastigmatic.
anastomoticOf or relating to or exhibiting anastomosis. Almost all joints receive anastomotic blood supply from more than one source.
anatomicalOf or relating to the structure of the body. The form was anatomical and graphic, highlighting the femininity of the body.
anatropousCompletely inverted; turned back 180 degrees on its stalk. Ovules are anatropous, with micropyles directed downward.
ancestralInherited or inheritable by established rules (usually legal rules) of descent. The ancestral seat of the family was established in 1632 in the city of Bielz.
anchoriticCharacterized by ascetic solitude. The anchoritic life is one of the earliest forms of Christian monastic living.
ancientBelonging to times long past especially of the historical period before the fall of the western roman empire. The ancient minstrel was full of joy.
ancillaryFurnishing added support. The ancillary materials are not the movie.
andalusianIn or relating to andalusia. Andalusian horses generally stand between high.
andanteModerately slow. The result of the debate was Delete, at a gentle andante pace.
andantinoModerately fast. It is hard to play in an andantino tempo.
andeanRelating to the andes and their inhabitants. Andean textile manufacture has an ancient and advanced history.
andorranOf or relating to or characteristic of andorra or its people. Andorran euro coins have not yet been designed.
androgeneticOf or related to androgenesis.
androgenicOf or related to the male hormone androgen. Androstenedione is a substance of moderate androgenic activity.
androgenousOf or related to androgenesis. The linux penguin is a little faggy boy wonder to the mighty androgenous gnu.
androgynousHaving both male and female characteristics. All powerful gods and the gods of Egypt were described as androgynous.
aneUsed of a single unit or thing; not two or more. Same etymology ane meaning as for 1.
anecdotalHaving the character of an anecdote. The first bit of trivia is anecdotal.
anecdoticalCharacterized by or given to telling anecdotes. Fining for a phone call in catalan is anecdotical.
anechoicNot having or producing echoes; sound-absorbent. Perhaps I ought to more closely model this after the Anechoic chamber concept.
anemicLacking vigor or energy. It is weak because of the anemic nature of coverage.
anemographicPertaining to the recording of wind measurements.
anemometricalPertaining to the measurement of wind speed and direction.
anemophilousOf flowering plants (especially grasses etc) that are pollinated by the wind. Anemophilous flowering plants generally have inconspicuous flowers.
anencephalicCharacterized by partial or total absence of a brain. Longest anencephalic on record is said to be twelve years old.
anencephalousCharacterized by partial or total absence of a brain.
aneroidContaining no liquid or actuated without the use of liquid. This aneroid capsule cell is made from an alloy of beryllium and copper.
anestheticRelating to or producing insensibility. Amylocaine was the first synthetic local anesthetic.
anestricOf or relating to anestrus.
anestrousNot in a state of estrus; not in heat.
aneuploidHaving a chromosome number that is not an exact multiple of the haploid number. These cells can generate aneuploid offspring.
aneurismalRelating to or affected by an aneurysm.
aneurismaticRelating to or affected by an aneurysm.
aneurysmalRelating to or affected by an aneurysm. The term aneurysmal is derived from its radiographic appearance.
aneurysmaticRelating to or affected by an aneurysm.
anfractuousFull of twists and turns. It can easily explode if an oil spot remains inside the anfractuous air pipes.
angelicOf or relating to angels. Angelic Abhorrence devote themselves to end game pve content.
angelicalMarked by utter benignity; resembling or befitting an angel or saint. Her angelical glance and her voice, give a more spiritual touch to the band.
anginalOf or related to the pain of angina pectoris. It is a class 3 anti anginal drug, and a class IV antiarrhythmic.
anginoseOf or related to the pain of angina pectoris.
anginousOf or related to the pain of angina pectoris.
angiocarpicHaving or being fruit enclosed in a shell or husk.
angiocarpousHaving or being fruit enclosed in a shell or husk.
angiomatousOf or related to or having a tumor of the kind known as an angioma.
angiospermousOf or related to or characteristic of plants that are angiosperms.
anglicanOf or pertaining to or characteristic of the anglican church. She’s the pope of the Anglican Church.
anglophilicCharacterized by anglophilia.
anglophobicCharacterized by anglophobia. To omit him would be anglophobic.
angolanOf or relating to or characteristic of angola or its people. Ambassador exhorts reinforcement of work with Angolan community.
angrySeverely inflamed and painful. The angry citizens ripped the tents.
anguillanOf or relating to or characteristic of anguilla or its people. The Anguillan company was moved to a Cyprus company at some point.
anguineOf or related to or resembling a snake.
anguishedExperiencing intense pain especially mental pain. Are players typically upset or anguished when they lose The Game
angularHaving angles or an angular shape. Angular rhythms clash with the insistent groove of the bass.
anhydrousWithout water; especially without water of crystallization. Simply heating the hydrates does not afford the anhydrous dichloride.
anictericWithout jaundice.
anileOf or like a feeble old woman.
animalMarked by the appetites and passions of the body. The name of the species refers to the nose shape of the animal.
animalisticOf or pertaining to animalism. The Sithi are often described in animalistic terms.
animateBelonging to the class of nouns that denote living beings. My cat’s misbehavior concerns me, but I am both animate and sapient.
animatedHaving life or vigor or spirit. Hidebound is their first animated film.
animatingGiving spirit and vivacity. In addition, the animators did as little animating as possible.
animatisticOf or pertaining to animatism.
animistOf or pertaining to the doctrine of animism. Idrissou did not wish to manage the affaires of the animist Mafa populations.
animisticOf or pertaining to the doctrine of animism. Some faiths and religions can be both pantheistic and animistic.
anionicOf or relating to anions. Rearrangements of carbanions of allyl ethers are anionic.
aniseikonicRelating to or characteristic of the visual defect aniseikonia.
anisogameticRelating to either of a pair of dissimilar (anisogamic) gametes combining in sexual reproduction.
anisogamicRelating to a type of sexual reproduction in which the gametes are dissimilar in some respect (as size or shape).
anisogamousRelating to a type of sexual reproduction in which the gametes are dissimilar in some respect (as size or shape).
anisometricHaving unsymmetrical parts or unequal dimensions or measurements.
anisometropicRelating to a difference in the refractive power of the two eyes. Refractive or anisometropic amblyopia.
anisotropicNot invariant with respect to direction. As a whole, such structure is an anisotropic medium.
ankyloticRelating to or characteristic of the abnormality ankylosis.
annelidRelating to or belonging to or characteristic of any worms of the phylum annelida. Studies on the life history of the marine annelid ‘Nereis vexillosa’.
annelidanRelating to or belonging to or characteristic of any worms of the phylum annelida.
annexalOf or pertaining to adnexa.
annexationalRelating to annexation. Mostly of the annexational kind.
annoyedTroubled persistently especially with petty annoyances. He is annoyed whenever she is being prudential.
annoyingCausing irritation or annoyance. All of this is very displeasing and annoying.
annualOccurring or payable every year. The biggest event of the year is the annual Carnival.
annularShaped like a ring. A first annular plate is arranged as an annular base plate.
annulateShaped like a ring. It looks like the male, but with more annulate legs.
annulatedShaped like a ring. The legs and palp are annulated yellow and black.
annunciatoryRelating to the act of announcing or being announced.
anodyneCapable of relieving pain. It is used as an anodyne or as a hypnotic.
anoestrousOf or relating to anestrus.
anomalousDeviating from the general or common order or type. The changed statistics arises from anomalous dimensions of the fields.
anonymousHaving no known name or identity or known source. The anonymous user is the idiot.
anoperinealRelating to the anus and surrounding perineum.
anophelineRelating to or characteristic of malaria mosquitoes.
anorectalPertaining to the anus and rectum considered together. Diagnosis of anorectal abscess begins with a medical history and physical exam.
anorecticCausing loss of appetite. It has potent anorectic effects in animal studies.
anorexicSuffering from anorexia nervosa; pathologically thin. She was anorexic and constantly self mortified.
anorexigenicCausing loss of appetite. One of the goals was to find an endogenous anorexigenic substance.
anorthicHaving three unequal crystal axes intersecting at oblique angles.
anorthiticCharacteristic of anorthite.
anosmaticRelating to an impairment or loss of the sense of smell.
anosmicHaving impaired sense of smell. Some people may be anosmic for one particular odor.
anotherAny of various alternatives; some other. Another support means supports the other end of the bunk bed.
anoxemicRelating to or marked by abnormally little oxygen in arterial blood.
anoxicRelating to or marked by a severe deficiency of oxygen in tissues or organs. Sewage is treated by an anoxic oxic system.
anserineOf or resembling a goose.
answerableCapable of being answered. It was held that the manufacturer was not answerable to the lessee.
answeringReplying. Great answering of the objection on the history.
antacidActing to neutralize acid (especially in the stomach). Administering an antacid will reduce the acidity.
antagonisticIndicating opposition or resistance. The antagonistic pricks who you have learned to hate in the movie.
antarcticAt or near the south pole. The south of the country faces the Antarctic Ocean.
antebellumBelonging to a period before a war especially the american civil war. Culturally, the term can be used to describe the antebellum period.
antecedentPreceding in time or order. Later, you reversed the antecedent and consequent in justifying the step.
antecubitalOf or relating to the region of the arm in front of the elbow. Other parts of the body may be involved, for example, the antecubital fossa.
antediluvialOf or relating to the period before the biblical flood.
antediluvianOf or relating to the period before the biblical flood. This antediluvian method of transportation has largely passed out of currency.
antemeridianBefore noon.
antemortemPreceding death.
antenatalOccurring or existing before birth. He received antenatal diagnosis in genetic disease.
antenuptialRelating to events before a marriage.
antepartumOccurring or existing before birth. It is a leading cause of antepartum haemorrhage vaginal bleeding .
antepenultimateThird from last. A proparoxytone is stressed on the antepenultimate syllable.
anteriorOf or near the head end or toward the front plane of a body. The incisive nerve runs forward in the mandible and supplies the anterior teeth.
anterogradeOf amnesia; affecting time immediately following trauma. Damage to this area typically results in anterograde amnesia.
anthelminthicCapable of expelling or destroying parasitic worms.
anthelminticCapable of expelling or destroying parasitic worms. Geraniol, the putative anthelmintic principle of ‘Cymbopogon martinii’.
antheridialRelating to or characterized by an antheridium.
anthophagousFeeding on flowers.
anthophilousFeeding on flowers.
anthropicRelating to mankind or the period of mankind’s existence. Character of anthropic reasoning.
anthropicalRelating to mankind or the period of mankind’s existence.
anthropocentricHuman-centered. The party aspires to turn away from the anthropocentric view of life.
anthropogeneticOf or relating to the study of the origins and development of human beings.
anthropogenicOf or relating to the study of the origins and development of human beings. These articles relate to the anthropogenic effects on the natural environment.
anthropoidResembling apes. She owns Kuu, an exceptionally intelligent anthropoid cat.
anthropoidalResembling human beings. It is an early Miocene anthropoid skull from the Chilean Andes.
anthropologicalOf or concerned with the science of anthropology. The data is copyright of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
anthropometricOf or relating to anthropometry. Additional anthropometric measurements may be relevant to designing a chair.
anthropometricalOf or relating to anthropometry.
anthropomorphicSuggesting human characteristics for animals or inanimate things. Badrang the Tyrant is an anthropomorphic stoat and the main villain.
anthropomorphousSuggesting human characteristics for animals or inanimate things. At the same time the anthropomorphous apes will no doubt be exterminated.
anthropophagousOf or relating to eaters of human flesh.
antiNot in favor of (an action or proposal etc.). It may have anti inflammatory and anticancer effects.
antiadrenergicRelating to blocking or reducing adrenergic effects in the body. Antiadrenergic agents inhibit the signals of epinephrine and norepinephrine.
antiaircraftDesigned for defense from a surface position against air attack. Normally assigned antiaircraft and antisubmarine duties.
antiapartheidOpposing the policy of apartheid in south africa. Even in prison I was a leader of the antiapartheid movement.
antiauthoritarianOpposed to authoritarianism.
antibacterialDestroying bacteria or inhibiting their growth. Antibacterial and antifungal effects.
antibioticOf or relating to antibiotic drugs. The antibiotic is accumulated in the culture liquor and is isolated therefrom.
antiblackDiscriminatory especially on the basis of race or religion. A prime example is that there are black antiblack racists.
anticLudicrously odd. Soon after, Antic was elected the youngest member of G 17 Plus presidency.
anticancerUsed in the treatment of cancer. It was the first anticancer chemotherapeutic.
anticholinergicInhibiting or blocking the action of acetylcholine at a receptor site. Pyrrobutamine is an antihistamine and anticholinergic.
anticipatoryIn anticipation. I think all this anticipatory stuff can be deleted.
anticlimacticOf or relating to a sudden change from an impressive to a ludicrous style. It seems a little anticlimactic at the end.
anticlimacticalOf or relating to a sudden change from an impressive to a ludicrous style.
anticlinalSloping downward away from a common crest. The discordance comes from its injection into an anticlinal extensional fault.
anticlockwiseIn the direction opposite to the rotation of the hands of a clock. The course was and, except for 1956, was run in an anticlockwise direction.
anticoagulativeOf or relating to an anticoagulant.
antidromicConducting nerve impulses in a direction opposite to normal.
antiferromagneticRelating to antiferromagnetism. Piezomagnetism is a phenomenon observed in some antiferromagnetic crystals.
antifertilityCapable of preventing conception or impregnation. Compounds of the present invention are useful as antifertility agents.
antifungalCapable of destroying fungi. Bifonazole is an imidazole antifungal drug.
antiguanOf or relating to or characteristic of antigua or its people. SAP FC have clinched the Antiguan league title thrice.
antihereticalOpposed to heresy.
antiknockSuppressing or eliminating engine knock in combustion engines. TEL was used as an antiknock agent and that’s all.
antiknockingSuppressing or eliminating engine knock in combustion engines.
antimagneticImpervious to the effects of a magnetic field; resistant to magnetization.
antimicrobialCapable of destroying or inhibiting the growth of disease-causing microorganisms. Lactoperoxidase is an effective antimicrobial agent.
antimicrobicCapable of destroying or inhibiting the growth of disease-causing microorganisms.
antimonialContaining antimony.
antimonicRelating to or derived from antimony.
antimoniousRelating to or derived from antimony.
antimonopolyOf laws and regulations; designed to protect trade and commerce from unfair business practices. This includes tax, currency, labor and antimonopoly legislation.
antineoplasticUsed in the treatment of cancer. Mifamurtide has adverse effects typical of antineoplastic drugs.
antinomianRelating to or influenced by antinomianism. Such theories provide an outlet for antinomian tendencies.
antiparallelParallel but oppositely directed. The membrane channel is formed by an antiparallel beta barrel.
antipatheticCharacterized by antagonism or antipathy. It was cherry picked in by editors antipathetic to the subject.
antipatheticalStrongly opposed.
antipersonnelDesigned to inflict death or personal injury rather than material destruction. It also features a torso mounted antipersonnel machine gun.
antiphlogisticCounteracting inflammation. The compounds have spasmolytic, antiphlogistic and tranquilizer activity.
antiphonalRelating to or resembling an antiphon or antiphony. In the early church, the music consisted of hymns and antiphonal psalmody.
antiphonaryRelating to or resembling an antiphon or antiphony. I’m afraid there is nothing more I can say about this antiphonary.
antipodalRelating to the antipodes or situated at opposite sides of the earth. The balls are hollow and have two small antipodal holes.
antipodeanRelating to the antipodes or situated at opposite sides of the earth. Maybe it’s just my crazy antipodean logic.
antipollutionIntended to reduce pollution.
antipyreticPreventing or alleviating fever. It also has analgesic, antipyretic, and platelet inhibitory actions.
antiquarianOf or relating to persons who study or deal in antiques or antiquities. Antiquarian and expert in heraldry.
antiquatedSo extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period. The Bibliography is dreadfully thin and antiquated.
antiqueOut of fashion. The person looked into the antique bowl to appraise its value.
antisatelliteOf or relating to a system to destroy satellites in orbit.
antisemiticRelating to or characterized by anti-semitism; hating jews. There is the islam is antisemitic side and the islam is not antisemitic side.
antisepticThoroughly clean and free of or destructive to disease-causing organisms. The bark of the tree acts as an antiseptic.
antisocialShunning contact with others. That is hijacking of lemma’s and destructive antisocial behavior.
antistrophicOf or relating to an antistrophe.
antisubmarineDefensive against enemy submarines. Hungerford was placed in charge of antisubmarine warfare.
antitankDesigned for defense against armored vehicles. However, it was not designed to provide protection from antitank weapons.
antitheticSharply contrasted in character or purpose. The masterpiece was antithetic to the former work of the author.
antitheticalSharply contrasted in character or purpose. Facism is antithetical to individualism and militates against it.
antithyroidHaving the effect of counteracting excessive thyroid activity. An antithyroid agent is a hormone antagonist acting upon thyroid hormones.
antitoxicCounteracting a toxin or poison.
antitrustOf laws and regulations; designed to protect trade and commerce from unfair business practices. The challenge of antitrust law is to grapple with such questions.
antitumorUsed in the treatment of cancer. The compounds are useful as antitumor, antiprotozoal and antifungal agents.
antitumourUsed in the treatment of cancer.
antitypicOf or relating to an antitype.
antitypicalOf or relating to an antitype.
antiviralInhibiting or stopping the growth and reproduction of viruses. It is hoped they will have antiviral effects.
antleredHaving antlers. Heracles sought the golden antlered hind of Artemis in Hyperborea.
antrorseBent or curved forward or upward.
antsyNervous and unable to relax. Although, I am getting a bit antsy concerning the delay.
anuranRelating to frogs and toads. Asexual phase in adult anuran host.
anureticOf or relating to an inability to urinate.
anuricOf or relating to an inability to urinate. Patients being treated for burns, develop sudden anuric renal failure.
anurousNot having a tail.
anxiolyticAnxiety relieving. Bentazepam is effective as an anxiolytic.
anxiousCausing or fraught with or showing anxiety. Even in the interview, she was agitated and anxious.
anyOne or some or every or all without specification. Do you know any mollification method

Adjective Beginning with AO (1 Word)

aoristicOf or relating to the verbal aspect that expresses a momentary or completed action, especially in past time.

Adjectives That Start with AP (104 Words)

apartHaving characteristics not shared by others- vannever bush. The flat is torn apart by the Stasi, but the typewriter remains elusive.
apatheticMarked by a lack of interest. I’m apathetic on the matter, content with the lot handed to me.
aperientMildly laxative. Apenta is a still and sparkling Hungarian aperient water.
aperiodicNot recurring at regular intervals. As I see it, aperiodic to periodic is just as rational to irrational.
apetalousHaving no petals. The flowers are apetalous and unisexual, and borne in panicles.
aphaereticRelating to or formed by or consisting of aphaeresis.
aphakicOf or relating to or afflicted with aphakia. Aphakic reading adds an error in traditional teaching.
aphaniticOf or relating to aphanite. In thin section, dacites may have an aphanitic to porphyritic texture.
aphasicUnable to speak because of a brain lesion. Some linguistic structures in the speech of a Broca’s aphasic.
aphereticRelating to or formed by or consisting of aphaeresis.
apheticProduced by aphesis. Partly an aphetic form of, partly directly from.
aphonicBeing without sound through injury or illness and thus incapable of all but whispered speech.
aphoristicTerse and witty and like a maxim. There is also in the school a strong tendency towards aphoristic statement .
aphoticLacking light; especially not reached by sunlight. Along with pelagic aphotic zones there are also benthic aphotic zones.
aphrodisiacExciting sexual desire. So apparently turkey is an aphrodisiac.
aphrodisiacalExciting sexual desire. The aphrodisiacal effects are actually side effects.
aphyllousHaving no leaves.
apianRelating to or having the characteristics of bees. The house Markt 13 shows the coat of arms of the family Apian.
apiarianRelating to bees or beekeeping. An arm and hand protector for apiarian use.
apicalSituated at an apex. Shells are compressed with the apical portion curved and the anterior straight.
apiculateHaving a short sharply pointed tip.
apiculturalRelating to the care and breeding of bees.
apishBeing or given to servile imitation. A couple of his informants also recognize the apish man in the picture.
apivorousFeeding on bees.
aplacentalHaving no placenta. It is presumably aplacental viviparous like other members of its family.
aplanaticFree from or corrected for spherical aberration. He invented the aplanatic lens and also coined this term.
apliticOf or related to aplite. Later healed by aplitic material and concentrations of alkali feldspar.
apneicOf or relating to apnea. Apneic oxygenation is more than a physiologic curiosity.
apnoeicOf or relating to apnea. Symptoms include cyanosis, dyspnoea and apnoeic spells.
apocalypticProphetic of devastation or ultimate doom. His millenarian views are said to have pointed to 1655 as apocalyptic.
apocalypticalProphetic of devastation or ultimate doom. That the thousand apocalyptical years are not passed but future. 2.
apocarpousConsisting of carpels that are free from one another as in buttercups or roses.
apochromaticCorrected for both chromatic and spherical aberration.
apocrineProducing a secretion in which part of the secreting cell is released with the secretion. They use both apocrine and merocrine methods for secretion.
apocryphalOf or belonging to the apocrypha. Some of the other comments in the article sound apocryphal and speculative.
apocynaceousOf or relating to tropical plants of the family apocynaceae.
apodalNaturally footless.
apodeicticOf a proposition; necessarily true or logically certain.
apodicticOf a proposition; necessarily true or logically certain. But you are not even willing to to admit the plain meaning of apodictic.
apodousNaturally footless.
apogameticOf or relating to the development of an embryo in the absence of fertilization.
apogamicOf or relating to the development of an embryo in the absence of fertilization.
apogamousOf or relating to the development of an embryo in the absence of fertilization.
apoliticalPolitically neutral. Army is absolutely an apolitical organization.
apologeticOffering or expressing apology. The webmaster deleted the blog and sent an apologetic letter.
apomicticOf or relating to a plant that reproduces by apomixis. They are not exclusively apomictic, at least most zones of southern Europe.
apomicticalOf or relating to a plant that reproduces by apomixis.
aponeuroticOf or relating to an aponeurosis. Acquired ptosis is most commonly caused by aponeurotic ptosis.
apopempticAddressed to one who is departing.
apophaticOf or relating to the belief that god can be known to humans only in terms of what he is not (such as `god is unknowable’). Thus he is a major figure in the history of apophatic theology and spirituality.
apophysealOf or relating to an apophysis.
apoplecticPertaining to or characteristic of apoplexy. Mackenzie died on August 28, 1861, following an apoplectic seizure.
apoplectiformResembling apoplexy.
apoplectoidResembling apoplexy.
aposiopeticRelating to or characteristic of aposiopesis.
apostateNot faithful to religion or party or cause. Basil was caught up in the persecution of Julian the Apostate.
apothecialOf or relating to the apothecium of some lichens and fungi.
apothegmaticGiven to or characterized by terse apothegms.
apothegmaticalGiven to or characterized by terse apothegms.
apotropaicHaving the power to prevent evil or bad luck. Religion was often apotropaic; specifically, it involved sympathetic magic.
appalachianIn or relating to appalachia. The Appalachian Trail crosses the town.
appalledStruck with fear, dread, or consternation. The results of it appalled me.
appallingCausing consternation. All it proves is the appalling extent of illiteracy.
apparentAppearing as such but not necessarily so. The apparent efficiency of the Dobbs was counterfeit.
apparitionalResembling or characteristic of a phantom.
appealingAble to attract interest or draw favorable attention- vincent starrett. It is both genuinely desperate and irresistibly appealing.
appeasingIntended to pacify by acceding to demands or granting concessions. First and foremost, I believe there is simply no appeasing him.
appellantOf or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals). The appellant was over 20 years the senior of this unsuspecting country girl.
appellateOf or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals). The court affirmed the appellate court’s order.
appellativePertaining to or dealing with or used as a common noun. Further, it is not appellative since it is not universal.
appendagedHaving an appendage.
appendicularRelating to or consisting of an appendage or appendages; especially the limbs. The appendicular skeleton contains the fore and hindlimbs.
apperceptiveAble to relate new percepts to past experience. Prosopagnosia can also be divided into apperceptive and associative subtypes.
appetentMarked by eager desire.
appetisingAppealing to or stimulating the appetite especially in appearance or aroma. I love crumble but that image isn’t really that appetising.
appetizingAppealing to or stimulating the appetite especially in appearance or aroma. Generally the flesh smells pleasant and appetizing.
applicableCapable of being applied; having relevance. The process is particularly applicable to the production of vinyl chloride.
appliedConcerned with concrete problems or data rather than with fundamental principles- sidney hook. I applied salve on my scar.
appointedSelected for a job. He was appointed Alabama’s state climatologist in 2000.
apposableCapable of being placed opposite to something.
appositeBeing of striking appropriateness and pertinence. In fact your question , Jack of Oz, is apposite to the extreme.
appreciableEnough to be estimated or measured. Its matchless economic growth over the years is appreciable.
appreciatedFully understood or grasped. The reassurance is very much appreciated.
appreciativeHaving or showing appreciation or a favorable critical judgment or opinion. The goal is only to be more appreciative of the expert editors.
apprehensibleCapable of being apprehended or understood. The style of the art work was apprehensible.
apprehensiveIn fear or dread of possible evil or harm. Not very comforting words for the apprehensive Shia community of that country.
appressedPressed close to or lying flat against something-l.v.pirsson. Pitchers arise from the end of the tendril, forming a tightly appressed curve.
approachableCapable of being read with comprehension. The article aims to be approachable.
approachingOf the relatively near future. The camera would be the person approaching the theater.
appropriableSuitable for a particular person or place or condition etc. A scowl would of been more appropriate.
appropriateSuitable for a particular person or place or condition etc. The man’s joke was not appropriate.
appropriativeSuitable for a particular person or place or condition etc. The man’s joke was not appropriate.
approvedEstablished by authority; given authoritative approval. The board approved the addition.
approvingExpressing or manifesting praise or approval. The decree approving the miracles was published in March 1925.
approximateLocated close together. The approximate population of the area is 4093.
approximativeNot quite exact or correct. Recent Past sounds to me as an approximative translation of Passato Prossimo.
appurtenantFurnishing added support. An appurtenant profit may only be used by the owner of the adjacent property.
apracticHaving uncoordinated muscular movements, symptomatic of a cns disorder.
apraxicHaving uncoordinated muscular movements, symptomatic of a cns disorder.
aproposOf an appropriate or pertinent nature. This is apropos because the book was the subject of many cited references.
apsidalOf or relating to an apse. The apsidal chancel is enclosed by a narrow ambulatory.
aptAt risk of or subject to experiencing something usually unpleasant. The actions were criminal and the terms the legal system has provided are apt.
apteralWithout wings.
apterousWithout wings. These groups are said to be primarily apterous.

Adjectives That Start with AQ (7 Words)

aquaculturalOf or relating to aquiculture. There are aquacultural cooperatives and a central aquaculture office.
aquaphobicAbnormally afraid of water.
aquaticRelating to or consisting of or being in water. In 1981 the Foster Aquatic Center replaced the pool.
aqueousSimilar to or containing or dissolved in water. Effervescence is the escape of gas from an aqueous solution.
aquiculturalOf or relating to aquiculture.
aquiferousOf or relating to an aquifer.
aquilineCurved down like an eagle’s beak. There has never been negative prejudice surrounding the aquiline nose.

Adjectives That Start with AR (128 Words)

arabianOf or relating to arabian horses. The Arabian blood was added to offset possible flaws of the Thoroughbred.
arabicRelating to or characteristic of arabs. Slaves, hides, beeswax, ambergris and, later, gum arabic were exported.
arableCapable of being farmed productively. The soil and equable climate of the Isle have always encouraged arable farming.
araceousRelating to a plant of the family araceae.
arachnidianRelating to or resembling a member of the class arachnida.
arachnoidRelating to or resembling a member of the class arachnida. Myelograms are contraindicated for people with arachnoid cysts.
aramaeanOf or relating to aram or to its inhabitants or their culture or their language. They even claim that there was a huge Aramaean empire and everything.
aramaicOf or relating to the ancient aramaic languages. The inscription below the bow is in Aramaic.
arameanOf or relating to aram or to its inhabitants or their culture or their language. Julia was of Aramean origin from the ancient city of Emesa.
araneidalRelating to or resembling a spider.
araneidanRelating to or resembling a spider.
arawakanOf or relating to the peoples who speak the language of the arawak. The language spoken by the woman belonged to the Arawakan language family.
arbitralRelating to or resulting from arbitration. If the parties do not choose the applicable law the arbitral tribunal will.
arbitraryBased on or subject to individual discretion or preference or sometimes impulse or caprice. The fixation of the cut off date was arbitrary.
arboraceousAbounding in trees.
arboraryOf or relating to or formed by trees.
arborealInhabiting or frequenting trees. The Panamanian Night Monkey is arboreal and nocturnal.
arboreousInhabiting or frequenting trees.
arborescentResembling a tree in form and branching structure. It contains fifteen species displaying shrub or arborescent habit.
arboresqueResembling a tree in form and branching structure.
arboricalOf or relating to or formed by trees.
arboriformResembling a tree in form and branching structure.
arborousOf or relating to or formed by trees.
arcadianIdyllically rustic. Hi Arcadian, well done for this template.
arcaneRequiring secret or mysterious knowledge. The Order of the Thorn specialize in arcane magic, as wizards or as sorcerers.
archCharacteristic of those who treat others with condescension. Part of the proscenium arch is also still intact.
archaeanOf or relating to the earliest known rocks formed during the precambrian eon. The Precambrian is divided into the Hadean, Archaean and Proterozoic eons.
archaeologicRelated to or dealing with or devoted to archaeology. Show me any similar carved stone object, found in any Mayan archaeologic site.
archaeologicalRelated to or dealing with or devoted to archaeology. The tour marks the archaeological remains of the fort’s buildings.
archaeozoicOf or belonging to earlier of two divisions of the precambrian era.
archaicLittle evolved from or characteristic of an earlier ancestral type. Even the hilts of the lightsabers were very archaic and ancient.
archangelicalOf or relating to or resembling archangels.
archdiocesanOf or relating to an archdiocese. He also served as a judge on the archdiocesan matrimonial court.
archducalBelonging to or befitting an archduke or his archduchy. Besides the archducal hat there are two other coronets.
archeanOf or relating to the earliest known rocks formed during the precambrian eon. The Hamersley basin covers the Pilbara archean craton in the north.
archedCharacteristic of those who treat others with condescension. The keystone of the arch is tall and deep.
archegonialOf or relating to an archegonium.
archegoniateOf or relating to an archegonium.
archeologicRelated to or dealing with or devoted to archaeology.
archeozoicOf or belonging to earlier of two divisions of the precambrian era.
archepiscopalOf or associated with an archbishop. The archepiscopal see is in the city of Poitiers.
archesporialOf or relating to the cells in a sporangium that give rise to spores.
archetypalRepresenting or constituting an original type after which other similar things are patterned. Blackbeard is often regarded as the archetypal image of the seafaring pirate.
archetypicalRepresenting or constituting an original type after which other similar things are patterned. The history of SQL is an archetypical example.
archidiaconalOf or relating to an archdeacon or his office.
archiepiscopalOf or associated with an archbishop. He also sat on the archiepiscopal council.
archingNaughtily or annoyingly playful. The arch of the bridge over the river is pentagon.
architecturalOf or pertaining to the art and science of architecture. It spread the Dravidian culture, the literary and architectural grandeur.
archosaurianOf or relating to reptiles of the subclass archosauria. A basal archosaurian origin for birds.
arciformForming or resembling an arch. It is also called arciform rhythm because of the shape of the waveforms.
arcoTo be played with the bow. Possibly a rewritten para would be appropriate in ARCO.
arcticExtremely cold. Much of the Canadian Arctic is covered by ice and permafrost.
arcuateForming or resembling an arch. The columella is arcuate and thin.
ardentCharacterized by strong enthusiasm. He is an ardent supporter of legalization and regulation of the industry.
arduousCharacterized by effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort. The race proves to be long and arduous.
arenaceousResembling or containing or abounding in sand; or growing in sandy areas.
arenicolousGrowing or living or burrowing in sand.
areolarRelating to or like or divided into areolae. The papillary region is composed of loose areolar connective tissue.
areolateRelating to or like or divided into areolae.
argentOf lustrous grey; covered with or tinged with the color of silver. From centre hill, a spring argent with water flowing to pool argent .
argenticRelating to compounds in which silver is bivalent. The oxidation is advantageously conducted by the use of argentic oxide.
argentiferousContaining or yielding silver. Two companies mined for argentiferous galena, a source of silver.
argentineOf or relating to or characteristic of argentina or its people. The U.S. government was indifferent to the Argentine claims.
argentinianOf or relating to or characteristic of argentina or its people. Paz was featured on an Argentinian post stamp.
argentousRelating to compounds in which silver is univalent.
argillaceousResembling or containing clay. Clays and shales are thus predominantly argillaceous.
argiveOf or relating to the ancient greek city of argos or its people. Cydippe was travelling from Argos to a festival in honor of Argive Hera.
arguableCapable of being supported by argument. As for the loss of the links, it’s arguable both ways.
argumentativeGiven to or characterized by argument. Crockspot was argumentative to the end, in my opinion.
aridLacking sufficient water or rainfall. The land is arid, as if desertification was imminent.
ariledHaving a fleshy and usually brightly colored cover.
arillateHaving a fleshy and usually brightly colored cover. Seeds few to many, arillate; aril often lobed or lacerate.
arioseHaving a melody (as distinguished from recitative).
aristocraticBelonging to or characteristic of the nobility or aristocracy. Kalundborg is also the traditional seat of the aristocratic Lerche family.
aristocraticalBelonging to or characteristic of the nobility or aristocracy. There was opposition in the conservative aristocratical circles.
aristoteleanOf or relating to aristotle or his philosophy. Such is the Aristotelean solution of the problem of universals.
aristotelianOf or relating to aristotle or his philosophy. Life and death of Aristotelian physics.
aristotelicOf or relating to aristotle or his philosophy.
arithmeticRelating to or involving arithmetic. Pomerene designed the adder portion of the arithmetic unit.
arithmeticalRelating to or involving arithmetic. Not every implicitly arithmetical set is arithmetical, however.
armedCharacterized by having or bearing arms. Armed gangs roam the streets and terrorize the neighborhood.
armenianOf or pertaining to armenia or the people or culture of armenia. No lectern is provided for the Gospel reading in the Armenian sanctuary.
armillaryOf or relating to bracelets. Hipparchus probably used an armillary sphere of four rings.
arminianOf or relating to arminianism. Finney held to the Perseverance of the Saints, so he cannot be an Arminian.
armlessHaving no arms. They look like armless rabbits with human faces.
armlikeResembling an arm. Each bracket fixedly and snugly receives therein the armlike mounting portion.
armoredEquipped with the complete arms and armor of a warrior. It was armored and reinforced to support the weight of the mount.
armorialOf or relating to heraldry or heraldic arms. Thomas illement was an armorial painter of windows.
armouredEquipped with the complete arms and armor of a warrior. The primary weapon of the armored infantryman was the M1 Garand rifle.
aroidRelating to a plant of the family araceae. Also known as the Arum family, members are often colloquially known as aroid.
aromaticHaving a strong pleasant odor- jean stafford. There is regular aromatic rice and glutinous or sticky rice.
arousedExcessively affected by emotion. The tragedy aroused the pity of the nation.
arrangedDisposed or placed in a particular kind of order. The feathery leaves are arranged in a nest.
arrantWithout qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers;. Because honestly, that numerology stuff is such arrant nonsense.
arrayedIn ceremonial attire and paraphernalia. The following order of battle was arrayed on the day.
arrestingCommanding attention. Allen Love were in the process of arresting Reodica.
arrhythmicLacking a steady rhythm. The speed of the car was arrhythmic.
arrhythmicalWithout regard for rhythm.
arrogantHaving or showing feelings of unwarranted importance out of overbearing pride. Are they wrong and the unbelievably arrogant
arsenicalRelating to or containing arsenic. If there is an outbreak of this species, an arsenical spray can be used.
arseniousRelating to compounds in which arsenic is trivalent. Arsenites are salts of arsenious acid.
artefactualOf or relating to artifacts. There is no such word as artefactual.
arterialOf or involving or contained in the arteries. Lower was the first to observe the difference in arterial and venous blood.
arteriolarOf or relating to or involving arterioles. It is a type of arteriolosclerosis which refers to hardening of arteriolar wall.
arterioscleroticNot straightforward or candid; giving a false appearance of frankness- david cannadine. The carefully modelled serifs follow an artful logic of asymmetry.
arteriovenousConnecting an artery to a vein. As a consequence, arteriovenous malformations often form.
artesianRising to the surface under internal hydrostatic pressure. Drawdown test to determine effective radius of artesian well.
artfulMarked by skill in achieving a desired end especially with cunning or craft. Hip hop lyrics have also explored the artful possibilities of doggerel.
arthralgicOf or relating to arthralgia. He notes the arthralgic symptoms are present in most cases of brucellosis.
arthromericOf or relating to one of the body segments of jointed animals.
arthrosporicOf or relating to arthrospores.
arthrosporousOf or relating to arthrospores.
arthurianOf or relating to king arthur and the knights of the round table. The man was living in an Arthurian era.
articledBound by contract. He was a law student and articled clerk there.
articularRelating to or affecting the joints of the body. Repairing articular cartilage damage.
articularyRelating to or affecting the joints of the body.
articulateExpressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressive language. He is genteel, articulate, poised and charming.
articulatedExpressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressive language. Dot Com appears to be the more articulate and sensible member of the entourage.
articulativeOf or relating to articulation.
articulatoryOf or relating to articulation. Traditional articulatory phonetics.
artificialArtificially formal. Artificial insemination is the means of conception.
artiodactylOf or relating to or belonging to mammals of the order artiodactyla. Hippos are a kind of non ruminating artiodactyl.
artiodactylousOf or relating to or belonging to mammals of the order artiodactyla.
artisticSatisfying aesthetic standards and sensibilities. It was an eye opener for this artistic troglodyte.
artlessShowing lack of art. I’m very sorry, but your revisions were artless.
artyShowily imitative of art or artists. Field arty fire control is generally covered in the Indirect fire article.
arundinaceousOf or relating to or resembling reedlike plants of the genus arundinaria.
aryanOf or relating to the former indo-european people. The Age of Cancer Capricorn marks the beginning of the Aryan Epoch.

Adjectives That Start with AS (91 Words)

asatOf or relating to a system to destroy satellites in orbit. It has the traditional name asat.
ascendantTending or directed upward- john ruskin. The next in line is the Ascendant Prince.
ascendentMost powerful or important or influential. To put it mildly, they were arguably not the ascendent cultural presence.
ascendingMoving or going or growing upward. Dutt followed by ascending to the top of the ladder to try and grab the ring.
ascensiveTending or directed upward- john ruskin.
asceticPracticing great self-denial- william james. Humbert is at the center of ascetic writers in the Dominican Order.
asceticalPertaining to or characteristic of an ascetic or the practice of rigorous self-discipline. The ascetic spent day and night in prayer and psalmody.
asciticOf or relating to or resulting from an abnormal accumulation of protein and electrolyte rich fluid in the peritoneal cavity. Pleural or ascitic fluid should be sent for analysis.
asclepiadaceousOf or relating to plants of the milkweed family.
ascocarpousOf or relating to ascocarps.
ascomycetousRelated to or characteristic of fungi of the class ascomycetes. The Xylariaceae are a family of mostly small ascomycetous fungi.
ascosporicOf or relating to ascospores.
ascosporousOf or relating to ascospores.
asepticFree of or using methods to keep free of pathological microorganisms. Finally, please try to be aseptic.
asexualNot having or involving sex. I wondered about the dismissal of asexual reproduction.
ashamedFeeling shame or guilt or embarrassment or remorse. He is not ashamed of being a scullion.
ashenMade of wood of the ash tree. He was ashen and appeared to be in shock.
asianOf or relating to or characteristic of asia or the peoples of asia or their languages or culture. The victims of Asian fetish are objectified by the perpetrators.
asiaticOf or relating to or characteristic of asia or the peoples of asia or their languages or culture. The Bole languages belong to the Afro Asiatic family and are spoken in Nigeria.
asinineDevoid of intelligence. The reference to his plane is asinine.
askanceDirected to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy- elizabeth bowen. Ponsford Botts would look at him askance.
askantDirected to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy- elizabeth bowen.
askewTurned or twisted toward one side- g.k.chesterton. The man looked at the sculpture with an askew eye.
aslantHaving an oblique or slanted direction.
asleepLacking sensation. Asleep in a Krell laboratory, Morbius is wakened by Altaira’s scream.
aslopeHaving an oblique or slanted direction.
asocialHostile to or disruptive of normal standards of social behavior. Individuals in the state of nature were apolitical and asocial.
aspectualOf or belonging to an aspect (as an aspect of the verb). Translation of PB annotations to logical representations with eventuality variables and tagging these variables according to their aspectual type would thus make it possible to provide an analysis of temporal relations.
asphericVarying slightly from a perfectly spherical shape. In preferred forms some of the lens surfaces are aspheric.
asphericalVarying slightly from a perfectly spherical shape. The correction lenses may have a relatively simple aspherical surface.
asphyxiatedIn a state of asphyxia. There, she is asphyxiated with a bag and her eyes are pulled out.
asphyxiatingTending to deprive of oxygen. A grotesque image rises to mind of 5 million people slowly self asphyxiating.
aspirantDesiring or striving for recognition or advancement. Gavallan is an aspirant to the office of tai pan.
aspiringDesiring or striving for recognition or advancement. Ambitious and urbane, Leighton was an aspiring diplomat.
asquintDirected to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy- elizabeth bowen.
assameseOf or relating to or characteristic of assam or its people or culture or language. The Mughals could not stand the dash and fury of the Assamese onset.
assertableCapable of being affirmed or asserted. No available sources,no assertable notability.
assertingRelating to the use of or having the nature of a declaration. I therefore object to asserting the effect or the intent is otherwise.
assertiveAggressively self-assured. I apologize for being overly assertive about the notability of the author.
assiduousMarked by care and persistent effort. As a player, he was assiduous and adroit.
assignedAppointed to a post or duty. The designation was assigned in the 1960s.
assistantOf or relating to a person who is subordinate to another. The identity of the male assistant is unknown.
assistiveGiving assistance. Measures of assistive technology predisposition and use.
associableHaving partial rights and privileges or subordinate status. The Society is an associate member of the International Actuarial Association.
associateHaving partial rights and privileges or subordinate status. Talmud teachers of the fourth century associate quite familiarly with him.
associationalOf or relating to associations or associationism. The tone of the poems is less surreal than associational or intoxicated.
associativeHaving partial rights and privileges or subordinate status. Some studies associate the HP with the risk of developing schizophrenia.
associatoryHaving partial rights and privileges or subordinate status. He is the Associate Conductor of the Arizona Arts Chorale.
assonantHaving the same sound (especially the same vowel sound) occurring in successive stressed syllables. Too much dominant harmony makes you sound assonant.
assortedOf many different kinds purposefully arranged but lacking any uniformity. The Israelis have sold the rest to assorted countries, many in Latin America.
assumedAdopted in order to deceive. The title was assumed in the content.
assumingExcessively forward. Assuming the end of the horn itself generates gravity.
assuredMarked by assurance; exhibiting confidence. The victory assured qualification to the tournament.
assurgentRising from the sea.
assuringGiving confidence. DeWine won the Republican nomination, assuring him of election in November.
astaticNot static or stable.
asteriatedExhibiting asterism. Cymophane, the chatoyant chrysoberyl known as cat’s eye, may also be asteriated.
asterismalRelating to asterisms or constellations.
asternalNot connected to the sternum or breastbone.
asteroidShaped like a star. This Asteroid is named after the Swiss pedagogue Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi.
asteroidalOf or relating to or resembling an asteroid.
asthenicHaving a slender physique.
asthmaticRelating to breathing with a whistling sound. Rosen was an asthmatic child, which had prompted the family’s move south.
astigmaticOf or relating to a defect in the eye or in a lens caused by a deviation from spherical curvature which prevents light rays from meeting at a common focus and so results in distorted images. Above I wrote that Bates was the first person to perform astigmatic keratotomy.
astirOut of bed. The setting was the Astir Palace hotel and the nearby beach.
astomatalLacking a stoma or stomata.
astomatousHaving no mouth or mouthlike opening.
astoniedFilled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock.
astonishedFilled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock. I have often been astonished with his perspicuity.
astonishingSo surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm. The amount of confusion is astonishing.
astoundedFilled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock. Bernard is similarly astounded that his master could be so indiscreet.
astoundingSo surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm. The maturity of debate within the forum is astounding.
astragalarOf or relating to the anklebone.
astralBeing or relating to or resembling or emanating from stars. The Anunnaki have great influence over the astral world also.
astringentSour or bitter in taste. The leaves have strong astringent properties.
astrocyticOf or relating to or containing large star-shaped cells in the neuroglia. The identity of the astrocytic factors is not yet known.
astronauticOf or belonging to astronauts or the science of astronautics. He was a pioneer of aeronautic and astronautic material engineering in China.
astronauticalOf or belonging to astronauts or the science of astronautics. Furthermore he read papers for several international Astronautical Congresses.
astronomicRelating or belonging to the science of astronomy. Researchers believe that it was built as an astronomic clock or calendar.
astronomicalInconceivably large. The astronomical unit of mass is the solar mass.
astrophysicalOf or concerned with astrophysics. Baliunas’s main focus is on astrophysical research.
astuteMarked by practical hardheaded intelligence. Cirt, thank you for the fair deliberation on The Astute Recorder page.
astylarLacking columns or pillars.
asunderWidely separated especially in space. I can see a connection between asunder and knife.
asymmetricCharacterized by asymmetry in the spatial arrangement or placement of parts or components. The balance was asymmetric.
asymmetricalIrregular in shape or outline. The last segment of the frond is irregular and asymmetrical, on a short stem.
asymptomaticHaving no symptoms of illness or disease. An AAA may remain asymptomatic indefinitely.
asymptoticRelating to or of the nature of an asymptote. The aim of the asymptotic approach is to simplify the object.
asynchronousPertaining to a transmission technique that does not require a common clock between the communicating devices; timing signals are derived from special characters in the data stream itself. Channels may be synchronous or asynchronous.
asyndeticLacking conjunctions.
asynergicOf or relating to the state of asynergy; lacking synergy.

Adjectives That Start with AT (44 Words)

atacticLacking motor coordination; marked or caused by ataxia. In atactic macromolecules the substituents are placed randomly along the chain.
ataracticTending to soothe or tranquilize. The novel compounds are useful as ataractic, analgesic, and hypotensive agents.
ataraxicTending to soothe or tranquilize.
atavisticCharacteristic of an atavist. He does not degenerate into an atavistic state.
ataxicLacking motor coordination; marked or caused by ataxia. A dog may appear to walk as though ‘drunken’ ataxic .
ateleioticOf or relating to ateleiosis.
atheistRelated to or characterized by or given to atheism. He was a freethinker, and atheist.
atheisticRelated to or characterized by or given to atheism. The situation for atheistic scouts and scouters is somewhat different.
atheisticalRelated to or characterized by or given to atheism. He’s apparently the founder of the Scottish Atheist Council.
athenianOf or relating to or characteristic of athens or its inhabitants. However the arrival of Alexander charmed the Athenian public.
atheromaticOf or relating to or resembling atheroma.
atheromatousOf or relating to or resembling atheroma. It has two main causes fibromuscular dysplasia and atheromatous stenosis.
atheroscleroticOf or relating to atherosclerosis. An atherosclerotic lesion is indeed a blood vessel with inflammation, i.e.
athirstExtremely desirous.
athleticVigorously active. The school’s athletic moniker is the Warrior.
atiltDeparting or being caused to depart from the true vertical or horizontal.
atlanticRelating to or bordering the atlantic ocean. Transatlantic refers to the Atlantic Ocean.
atmosphericRelating to or located in the atmosphere. The weight of the atmosphere is certainly significant as atmospheric pressure.
atomicImmeasurably small. The atomic bomb was not mentioned in the communique.
atomisticDivided into separate and often disparate elements. The romantic outsider is replaced by atomistic narrators in uncaring society.
atomisticalDivided into separate and often disparate elements.
atonalCharacterized by avoidance of traditional western tonality. Mixed interval chords occur more in atonal music and tend to be dissonant.
atonalisticOf or relating to atonalism.
atonicUsed of syllables. Carbachol can be used to treat atonic bowel and bladder.
atoxicNot producing or resulting from poison.
atrabiliousIrritable as if suffering from indigestion.
atrialOf or relating to a cavity or chamber in the body (especially one of the upper chambers of the heart). In general, atrial flutter should be treated the same as atrial fibrillation.
atrioventricularRelating to or affecting the atria and ventricles of the heart. It can appear similar to atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia.
atripJust clear of the bottom.
atrociousShockingly brutal or cruel. The Biography pages of the members of the band are atrocious.
attachedBeing joined in close association. The transcription is attached.
attainableCapable of being attained or accomplished. First is to make the study of cursive Egyptian script more attainable.
attemptedTried unsuccessfully. None of the protestant countries even attempted toleration.
attendantFollowing or accompanying as a consequence. The attendant winds down the ring rails to the bottom.
attentiveGiving care or attention. She had adored the courteous and attentive old gentleman.
attenuateReduced in strength. The device serves to attenuate spikes of current and to limit peak currents.
attenuatedReduced in strength. The base of the lamina is gradually attenuate towards the petiole.
atticOf or relating to attica or its inhabitants or to the dialect spoken in athens in classical times. Alphabetic representation of the vowels of Attic.
attiredDressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination. This is to ensure that officers are properly and professionally attired.
attractiveHaving the properties of a magnet; the ability to draw or pull;. It makes the face lustrous and attractive.
attributableCapable of being attributed. The third attributable hand is that of Ende.
attritedWorn by rubbing or friction.
attritionalRelating to or caused by attrition. The attritional influence of the book still gave inspiration to many.
atypicalNot representative of a group, class, or type. The cause of atypical odontalgia is not yet clear.

Adjectives That Start with AU (86 Words)

auburnColored a moderate reddish-brown. I was very impressed with LSU’s upset of Auburn at Auburn this year.
auctorialOf or by or typical of an author. The usual debates about auctorial voice and heteronormativity ensue.
audaciousInvulnerable to fear or intimidation. The metaphor of drawing a bullseye is however audacious.
audenesqueIn the manner of w. h. auden.
audibleHeard or perceptible by the ear. The sound is clearly audible on the tape.
audileOf or relating to the process of hearing.
audiometricOf or relating to audiometry. Audiometric analysis may be necessary to assess the severity of ototoxicity.
audiovisualInvolving both hearing and seeing (usually relating to teaching aids). Cinematographic and other audiovisual works.
auditiveOf or relating to the process of hearing. So music in Africa is not necessarily an auditive art.
auditoryOf or relating to the process of hearing. The auditory test is the same process.
augeanExtremely filthy from long neglect. From Augean Stable I don’t understand what you mean in your edit summary.
augiticOf or relating to or containing the mineral augite.
augustProfoundly honored. I saw The Drowsy Chaperone in early August.
augustanRelating to or characteristic of the times of the roman emperor augustus. Such extravagant claims are characteristic of the Augustan age.
auldA scottish word. Just call it an auld pharts inability to change.
auralRelating to or characterized by an aura. The Magic City is an aural snapshot of that metamorphic process.
aureateElaborately or excessively ornamented. It is made of nickel plated with aureate bronze.
auricOf or relating to or containing or derived from gold. Georges Auric was hired as the composer for the film.
auricularRelating to or perceived by or shaped like the organ of hearing- george santayana. As a juvenile, the Red Warbler is pinkish brown with a whitish auricular patch.
auriculateHaving auricles.
auriculatedHaving auricles.
auriculoventricularRelating to or affecting the atria and ventricles of the heart.
auriferousContaining gold. Auriferous jem is very valuable.
auriformHaving a shape resembling an ear. The shell is oval auriform, depressed, and rugosely striate.
auroralOf or relating to the atmospheric phenomenon auroras. The rockets carried an Auroral research payload for the University of Iowa.
auroreanCharacteristic of the dawn.
aurousOf or relating to or containing or derived from gold. Curiously, aurous complexes of water are rare.
auspiciousAuguring favorable circumstances and good luck. The Fitzgeralds held the more auspicious title of ‘The Earls of Desmond’.
austeniticComposed of austenite. Austenitic steels are not hardenable by heat treatment.
austereSeverely simple. The trustees deliberately kept the structure austere to save money.
australOf the south or coming from the south. Thanks for adding the Clubs category tag to the Austral Society.
australasianRelating to or found in australasia. Asian debates are largely an adaptation of the Australasian format.
australianOf or relating to or characteristic of australia or its inhabitants or its languages. Australian inferno previews fire prone future.
australopithecineOf or belonging to the hominid genus australopithecus. Scientists have recently discovered a new australopithecine in South Africa.
austrianOf or relating to austria or its people or culture. The proposals by the Austrian communists were therefore brushed aside.
austronesianOf or relating to or characteristic of austronesia or its people or culture. A group of the Austronesian speaking people.
autacoidalOf or relating to an autacoid.
autarkicOf countries; not relying on imports. Energy autarkic houses can be taken off the grid.
autarkicalOf countries; not relying on imports.
authenticConforming to fact and therefore worthy of belief. She bought the authentic piece of music.
authenticatedEstablished as genuine. I simply added in the rest when I authenticated the permission.
authorisedSanctioned by established authority. The executive director was authorized to procure the necessary resources.
authoritarianExpecting unquestioning obedience. It works by the authoritarian command of a clique of users.
authoritativeOf recognized authority or excellence. For the article to be authoritative, the credibility of the writers do count.
authorizedEndowed with authority. The man was authorized by the pope.
autisticCharacteristic of or affected with autism. Discovery of autistic psychopathy.
autobiographicOf or relating to or characteristic of an autobiographer. The Russian version of the book also has an autobiographic part.
autobiographicalOf or relating to or characteristic of an autobiographer. Looks suspiciously autobiographical.
autocatalyticRelating to or proceeding by autocatalysis. In this way the set as a whole is said to be autocatalytic.
autochthonalOriginating where it is found. The rest have a mixture of both traditional and autochthonal beliefs.
autochthonicOriginating where it is found. Autochthone seem to have the same meaning as autochthonic.
autochthonousOf rocks, deposits, etc.; found where they and their constituents were formed. Amenokal is an autochthonous title for the highest Tuareg traditional chiefs.
autocraticCharacteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule; having absolute sovereignty. In Russian the term neans ultimate autocratic ruler of a country.
autodidacticRelating to or having the characteristics of an autodidact. He more or less learned his techniques the autodidactic way.
autoeciousOf parasites especially rust fungi; completing the entire life cycle on a single host. An autoecious pathogen, it can complete its life cycle using a single host.
autoeroticSexually satisfying yourself (as by masturbation). A case of autoerotic asphyxia associated with multiplex paraphilia.
autofluorescentEmitting light via self-induced fluorescence.
autogamicCharacterized by or fit for autogamy.
autogamousCharacterized by or fit for autogamy. A few are autogamous and are able to pollinate themselves.
autogeneticOf or relating to autogenesis. The switch to autogenetic excitation is a form of positive feedback.
autogenicOriginating within the body. Look on www.google.com and search for autogenic training.
autogenousOriginating within the body. For example, the mixture is reacted under autogenous pressure at 180.degree.
autoicousHaving male and female reproductive organs in separate clusters on the same plant.
autoimmuneOf or relating to the immune response of the body against substance normally present in the body. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder.
autoloadingCapable of automatic loading and firing continuously. Pre set triggers are only on autoloading pistols.
autologousDerived from organisms of the selfsame individual. Autologous patient specific tumor antigen response.
autolyticOf or relating to self-digestion.
automatedOperated by automation. The hard part is the automated archiving.
automaticWithout volition or conscious control. Welcome to the semi automatic vandalism paging system.
automatonlikeResembling the unthinking functioning of a machine.
automotiveOf or relating to motor vehicles. In the nineties paper honeycomb was introduced in the automotive industry.
autonomicRelating to or controlled by the autonomic nervous system. Hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy.
autonomousExisting as an independent entity. The autonomous power of the local church is highly valued.
autophyticOf or relating to organisms (as green plants) that can make complex organic nutritive compounds from simple inorganic sources by photosynthesis.
autoplasticOf or relating to or involved in autoplasty.
autoradiographicOf or relating to or produced by autoradiography. Biochemical and autoradiographic characterization.
autosemanticOf a word or phrase meaningful in isolation, independent of context.
autosomalOf or relating to an autosome. Autosomal recessive polycystic kidney.
autotelicOf or relating to or believing in autotelism. Autotelic is defined by one having a purpose in and not apart from itself .
autotomicOf or relating to autotomy.
autotrophicOf or relating to organisms (as green plants) that can make complex organic nutritive compounds from simple inorganic sources by photosynthesis. All algae produce oxygen, and many are autotrophic.
autotypicOf or relating to autotypy.
autumnalOf or characteristic of or occurring in autumn. The autumnal or Sharadiya ceremony is known as various names in Orissa.
auxeticOf or relating to growth by auxesis. The use of the word auxetic to refer to this property probably began in 1991.
auxiliaryFurnishing added support. The yacht was an auxiliary of the coast guard.
auxinicRelating to or containing auxins.

Adjectives That Start with AV (19 Words)

availableNot busy; not otherwise committed. Boots are available only in factory mode.
avariciousImmoderately desirous of acquiring e.g. wealth. Asians were sallow, avaricious and easily distracted.
avascularWithout blood vessels. After 5 days it was found that he was suffering from avascular necrosis.
avellanPertaining to filberts or hazelnuts.
avellanePertaining to filberts or hazelnuts.
averageLacking exceptional quality or ability. The average size of a cocci is approximately 0.5 to 1 micrometer.
averseStrongly opposed. But there is an evil and averse counterpart corresponding to the ovine nature.
aversiveTending to repel or dissuade. In Australia, there is a broad suspicion of aversive psychology.
avestanOf or pertaining to the avesta (sacred text of zoroastrianism). This article deals with the ‘phonology of the Avestan language’.
avianPertaining to or characteristic of birds. The pecten is a specialised structure in the avian retina.
avidArdently or excessively desirous. His wife, Mythili, is an avid marathoner.
avifaunalOf or relating to birds of a particular region or period. Mesopredator release and avifaunal extinctions in a fragmented system.
avifaunisticOf or relating to birds of a particular region or period.
avionicOf or relating to avionics. It has an identical avionic characteristic as the MiG 29M.
avirulentNot virulent; unable to produce disease.
avitaminoticOf or relating to or characteristic of avitaminosis.
avocadoOf the dull yellowish green of the meat of an avocado. The tree structure is much like that of an Avocado.
avocationalOf or involved in an avocation.
avuncularBeing or relating to an uncle. My avuncular advice is, try to write some less controversial articles.

Adjectives That Start with AW (18 Words)

awakeMentally perceptive and responsive. People were awake by the sound of toot.
awareHaving or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception. An aeronaut should be aware of aerodynamics.
awashCovered with water. In fall, the hills are awash in the beautiful colours of autumn leaves.
awayOn the far side of home plate from the batter. Harry sneaks out of the circle and away from the fire.
awearyPhysically and mentally fatigued.
aweighJust clear of the bottom. The school’s fight song is sung to the tune of Anchors Aweigh.
awesomeInspiring awe or admiration or wonder. The quality of the editing here is awesome.
awestrickenHaving or showing a feeling of mixed reverence and respect and wonder and dread. Nick is awestricken by the number of instruments at the party.
awestruckHaving or showing a feeling of mixed reverence and respect and wonder and dread. An awestruck congregation gapes at the silhouetted goat devil.
awfulInspiring awe or admiration or wonder. Disrespecting adults is awful.
awheelTraveling by wheeled vehicle such as bicycle or automobile e.g.. It cannot be followed on horse or awheel.
awingInspiring awe or admiration or wonder.
awkwardSocially uncomfortable; unsure and constrained in manner. The first sentence here is awkward and ungrammatical.
awnedHaving awns i.e. bristlelike or hairlike appendages on the flowering parts of some cereals and grasses. Forked three awned grass is designated as a species at risk.
awnlessLacking or having only very short awns.
awnyHaving awns i.e. bristlelike or hairlike appendages on the flowering parts of some cereals and grasses.
awolAbsent without permission. Seems to me,come monday,you’re both awol and fugitives from justice.
awryTurned or twisted toward one side- g.k.chesterton. The incident goes awry as Charlie nearly dies in the attempt.

Adjectives That Start with AX (7 Words)

axenicRaised under sterile conditions. Axenic cultures are usually checked routinely to ensure that they remain axenic.
axialRelating to or attached to the axis. Glucose prefers the axial conformation in the gas phase.
axileRelating to or attached to the axis. In axile placentation, they are attached to radial spokes within the ovary.
axillaryOf or relating to the armpit. Primary subclavian axillary vein thrombosis.
axiologicalOf or relating to the study of values. Value claims are subject to the AXIOLOGICAL JUDGMENTS of good and bad.
axiomaticContaining aphorisms or maxims. We cannot use the modern axiomatic method to establish the theory of sets.
axiomaticalOf or relating to or derived from axioms.

Adjectives That Start with AZ (12 Words)

azerbaijaniOf or pertaining to azerbaijan or the people or culture of azerbaijan. Azerbaijani media misrepresent remarks of Iranian President’s advisor.
azidoRelating to or containing the azido group n3. Introduction of the 2 azido moiety to glycals.
azimuthalOf or relating to or in azimuth. There are a wide variety of ‘azimuthal’ map projections.
azoRelating to or containing the azo radical. The drug is one of the azo dyes.
azoicBefore the appearance of life. I’ve suggested a merge of the currently minimal Azoic Age article to here.
azonalNot divided into zones. They are azonal soils and occur in nearly all climates.
azonicNot restricted to any particular zone or region.
azotemicOf or involving excess nitrogenous waste products in the urine (usually due to kidney insufficiency).
azoticOf or containing nitrogen.
azureOf a deep somewhat purplish blue color similar to that of a clear october sky. Many of the scenes include the use of an azure blue 1953 Cadillac Eldorado.
azygosOccurring singly; not one of a pair. The name for this vein is derived from that of the azygos vein.
azygousOccurring singly; not one of a pair. The azygous fins have prickly beams.

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