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amoral-adjective
neither moral nor immoral; lacking moral sensibility; not caring about right and wrong
amoralism, amorality-nouns
amorally-adverb

amphipillac
Greek: 'loves both'; an amphipillac molecule 'loves" two different environments. An amphipillac molecule has two compartments, one dealing with water solubility and the other a water insoluble component. The water soluble environment is mostly polar, in that this molecule's several tails become arranged so that the polar heads contact the water. The water insoluble tails are hidden behind, inside the compartment and out and away from any water.

ample-adjective
adequate; fully sufficient
ampleness-noun
amply-adverb

analog-noun
a thing or part that is analogous; of, relating to, or being a device in which data are represented by variable measurable physical quantities; 
Computer Science of or relating to an analog computer

analogous-adjective
showing an analogy or a likeness that permits one to draw an analogy; 
Biology similar in function but not in origin and structure
analogousness-noun
analogously-adverb
synonym-similar
analogy-noun
inflected form(s)-plural-analogies
inference that if two or more things agree with one another in some respects they will probably agree in others; resemblance in some particulars between things otherwise unlike; similarity; comparison based on such resemblance
synonym-likeness

analyze or analyse, analysed, analysing-transitive verbs
to separate into parts so as to find out their parts, function, etc.; to examine in detail so as to determine the nature or tendencies
analyzable-adjective
analyzer-noun

analysis-noun, plural-analyses
the separation of an intellectual or substantial whole into its constituent parts for individual study; the method of proof in which a known truth is sought as a consequence of a series of deductions from that which is the thing to be proved

anathema-noun
someone or something intensely disliked or loathed usually used as a predicate nominative (this notion was anathema to most of his countrymen); ..from Greek – thing devoted to evil, curse, from anatithenai – to set up, dedicate; one that is cursed by ecclesiastical authority;  a ban or curse solemnly pronounced by ecclesiastical authority and accompanied by excommunication; the denunciation of something as accursed; a vigorous denunciation; curse

anatomy-noun
the structure of an organism or body
anatomical-adjective

ancestor-noun
any person from whom one is descended
ancestor-noun
family descent; lineage
ancestral-adjective
of, relating to, or evolved from an ancestor or ancestors
ancestrally-adverb

ancient-adjective
of times long past; belonging to the early history of the world; very old

androgynous-adjective
Biology – having both female and male characteristics; hermaphroditic; being neither distinguishably masculine nor feminine, as in dress, appearance, or behavior; unisex
androgynously-adverb
androgyny-noun

angstrom-noun
a unit of length equal to one hundred millionth (10-8) of a centimeter, used especially to specify radiation-wavelengths; also called angstrom unit

anguish-noun
agonizing physical or mental pain; torment; extreme pain, distress, or anxiety; regret 
synonym-sorrow
anguish, anguished, anguishing, anguishes-transitive verbs
to cause to feel or suffer anguish
inransitive use-to feel or suffer anguish

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