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appease-transitive verb
inflected form(s)-appeased; appeasing
to bring to a state of peace or quiet; calm; to cause to subside; allay (appeased my hunger); pacify; conciliate (to buy off {an aggressor} by concessions usually at the sacrifice of principles 
appeasement, appeaser-nouns
appeasable-adjective

appendages-noun
something added or attached to an entity of greater importance or size; an adjunct; a limb or other subsidiary part that that diverges from the central or principle structure; Biology – a part or an organ, such as an arm, a leg, a tail, or a fin, that is joined to the axis or trunk of a body; appurtenance, adjunct, accessory, attachment

apportion, apportioned, apportioning, apportions-transitive verbs
to divide and assign according to a plan; allot; assign; to divide into portions

apposite-adjective
appositeness-noun
highly pertinent or appropriate; apt
appositely-adverb
synonym-relevant

appraise-transitive verb
to judge the quality or worth of; to estimate the quantity of 
appraisal, appraisement-nouns

apprehend-transitive verb
to take hold of mentally; perceive; understand; to take into custody
apprehensible-adjective
that can be apprehended

apprehension-noun
fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; dread; seizing; grasping; perception; understanding; the ability to apprehend or understand; understanding; foreboding, presentiment, misgiving
apprehensive-adjective
able to apprehend; quick to understand; troubled by fears; anxious; uneasy
apprehensively-adverb

a priori 
before examination or analysis; based on theory instead of experience or experiment; from a generalization to particular instances

approbation-noun
approval; sanction
transitive verbs-approbate, approbated, approbating
to approve; to sanction
adjective-approbative
showing approbation or approval 
adjective-approbatory
of the nature of approbation; approbative

appropriate-adjective
to take possession of or make use of exclusively for oneself, often without permission; suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place; fitting
transitive verbs-appropriate, appropriated, appropriating, appropriates
to set apart for a specific use (appropriating funds for education)
appropriately-adverb
appropriative, appropriator, appropriateness-nouns
appropriation-noun
the act of appropriating; something appropriated, especially public funds set aside for a specific purpose; a legislative act authorizing the expenditure of a designated amount of public funds for a specific purpose

apropos-adverb
at an opportune time; relating to or bearing upon the matter in hand 
apropos of-preposition
with regard to; concerning

apt adjective
unusually fitted or qualified; ready; having a tendency; likely; ordinarily disposed; inclined; suited to a purpose; being to the point; keenly intelligent and responsive 
aptness-noun
aptly-adverb
synonyms-fit, quick

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