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anti-Austria
adj. * * *
anti-Austrian
adj., n. * * *
Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
▪ international treaty in full  Treaty on the Limitation of Anti-Ballistic Missile Systems         arms control treaty ratified in 1972 between the United States and ...
anti-Bible
adj. * * *
anti-Biblical
adj.; anti-Biblically, adv. * * *
anti-Black
an·ti-Black or an·ti-black (ăn'tē-blăkʹ, ăn'tī-) adj. Hostile or opposed to Black people. * * *
anti-Bolshevik
n., adj. * * *
anti-Bolshevist
n., adj. * * *
anti-British
adj., n. * * *
anti-Calvinist
n., adj. * * *
anti-Catholic
adj., n. * * *
anti-choice
anti-choice [an′tē chois′, an′tīchois′] adj. opposed to the legal right to obtain an abortion; pro-life: used disparagingly by pro-choice advocates * * * an·ti-choice ...
anti-Christian
adj. * * *
Anti-Comintern Pact
/an"tee kom"in terrn', -kom'in terrn", an"tuy-/ a pact formed in 1936, based on agreements between Germany and Japan to oppose communism and the Third International: Italy and ...
anti-Confucian
n., adj. * * *
Anti-Corn Law League
British organization founded in 1839, devoted to fighting England's Corn Laws, regulations governing the import and export of grain. It was led by Richard Cobden, who saw the ...
anti-Darwin
adj. * * *
anti-Darwinian
n., adj. * * *
anti-Darwinist
n., adj. * * *
anti-dumping
anti-dumping [an′tī dump′iŋ, an′tēdump′iŋ] adj. designating or of laws, tariffs, etc. that ban or counteract the dumping of goods by a foreign manufacturer: see DUMP1 ...
anti-English
adj. * * *
anti-Europe
adj. * * *
anti-European
adj., n. * * *
Anti-Fascist Council for the National Liberation of Yugoslavia
▪ Yugoslavian organization Serbo-Croatian  Antifašističko Veće Narodnog Oslobođenja Jugoslavije (AVNOJ)        umbrella organization established during World War ...
Anti-Federalists
U.S. leaders who opposed the strong central government envisioned in the Constitution of the United States of 1787. Their agitation led to the creation of the Bill of Rights. ...
anti-France
adj. * * *
anti-French
adj. * * *
anti-Freud
adj. * * *
anti-Freudian
adj., n. * * *
anti-G suit
/an'tee jee", an'tuy-/, Aeron., Aerospace. a garment for fliers and astronauts designed to exert pressure on the abdomen and thighs to prevent or retard the pooling of blood ...
anti-German
n., adj. * * *
anti-Germanic
adj. * * *
anti-Germanization
adj., n. * * *
anti-Greece
adj. * * *
anti-Greek
adj., n. * * *
anti-icer
/an'tee uy"seuhr/, n. 1. a device used to prevent the forming of ice, as on an airplane propeller. 2. a fluid used in such a device. [1930-35] * * *
anti-id
/an'tee id", an'tuy-/, n. Immunol. Informal. an anti-idiotypic antibody. [by shortening] * * *
anti-idealist
n., adj. * * *
anti-idealistic
adj. * * *
anti-ideological
adj.; anti-ideologically, adv. * * *
anti-idiotype
—anti-idiotypic /an'tee id'ee euh tip"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. /an'tee id"ee euh tuyp', an'tuy-/, n. Immunol. a molecular arrangement on an antibody that is the counterpart of that ...
anti-imperialist
—anti-imperialism, n. —anti-imperialistic, adj. /an'tee im pear"ee euh list, an'tuy-/, n. 1. an opponent of imperialism. adj. 2. opposed to imperialism. [1895-1900] * * *
anti-incumbent
adj., n. * * *
anti-indemnity
adj. * * *
anti-induction
adj. * * *
anti-inductive
adj.; anti-inductively, adv.; anti-inductiveness, n. * * *
anti-infective
—anti-infectiveness, n. /an'tee in fek"tiv, an'tuy-/, Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to a substance used in the treatment of an infection. n. 2. any such substance, as ...
anti-inflammatory
/an'tee in flam"euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee, an'tuy-/, adj., n., pl. anti-inflammatories. adj. 1. acting to reduce certain signs of inflammation, as swelling, tenderness, fever, and ...
anti-inflation
n., adj. * * *
anti-insomniac
adj., n. * * *
anti-institutional
adj.; anti-institutionally, adv. * * *
anti-intellectual
—anti-intellectualism, n. —anti-intellectualistic, adj. —anti-intellectuality, n. /an'tee in'tl ek"chooh euhl, an'tuy-/, n. 1. a person opposed to or hostile toward ...
anti-intellectualism
See anti-intellectual. * * *
anti-Irish
adj., n., pl. anti-Irish. * * *
anti-isolation
adj. * * *
anti-isolationist
n., adj. * * *
anti-Israeli
n., adj. * * *
anti-Italian
adj., n. * * *
anti-itch
adj. * * *
anti-Japanese
adj., n., pl. anti-Japanese. * * *
anti-Jesuit
n., adj. * * *
anti-Jesuitic
adj. * * *
anti-Jesuitical
adj.; anti-Jesuitically, adv. * * *
anti-Jewish
adj. * * *
anti-Judaic
adj. * * *
anti-Judaism
n. * * *
anti-Judaist
n., adj. * * *
anti-Judaistic
adj. * * *
anti-Latin
adj. * * *
anti-Leaguer
/an"tee lee'geuhr, an"tuy-/, n. Hist. a person who opposed the League of Nations or U.S. participation in it. * * *
Anti-Lebanon
/an'tee leb"euh neuhn/, n. a mountain range in SW Asia, between Syria and Lebanon, E of the Lebanon Mountains. * * *
Anti-Lebanon Mountains
Mountain range along the border of Syria and Lebanon. Running parallel to the Lebanon Mountains, the range averages 6,500 ft (2,000 m) in elevation. Because of its poor soil and ...
Anti-LebanonRange
An·ti-Leb·a·non Range (ăn'tē-lĕbʹə-nən) A mountain range on the Syria-Lebanon border, rising to 2,815.8 m (9,232 ft) at Mount Hermon. * * *
anti-lock
anti-lock [an′tē läk΄, an′tīläk΄] adj. designating or of an automotive braking system that prevents the wheels from locking during a sudden stop: also antilock * * *
anti-Malthusian
adj., n. * * *
Anti-Mason
—Anti-Masonic /an'tee meuh son"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. —Anti-Masonry, n. /an'tee may"seuhn, an'tuy-/, n. U.S. Hist. a member of the Anti-Masonic party or a supporter of its ...
Anti-Masonic Movement
Popular movement in the U.S. in the 1830s opposed to Freemasonry. The movement was ignited in 1826 by the disappearance and presumed murder of a New York bricklayer and former ...
Anti-Masonic party
U.S. Hist. a former political party (1826-35) that opposed Freemasonry in civil affairs. * * *
anti-Mexican
n., adj. * * *
anti-Nazi
n., adj. * * *
anti-Negro
adj., n., pl. anti-Negroes. * * *
anti-Nordic
adj. * * *
anti-nuclear
anti-nuclear or antinuclear [an΄tī no͞o′klē ər, an΄tēno͞o′klē ər; an΄tī nyo͞o′klē ər, an΄tēnyo͞o′klē ər] adj. opposed to military and industrial ...
anti-Oriental
adj., n. * * *
anti-Orientalist
n., adj. * * *
anti-Plato
adj. * * *
anti-Platonic
adj. * * *
anti-Platonist
n., adj. * * *
anti-Polish
n., adj. * * *
anti-Populist
n., adj. * * *
anti-Protestant
n., adj. * * *
anti-Puritan
n., adj. * * *
anti-rollbar
an·ti-roll bar (ăn'tē-rōlʹ, ăn'tī-) n. See anti-sway bar. * * *
anti-Roman
adj., n. * * *
anti-Russia
adj. * * *
anti-Russian
adj., n. * * *
Anti-Saloon League
▪ American political organization       the leading organization lobbying for prohibition in the United States in the early 20th century. It was founded as a state ...
Anti-Saloon League of America
/an'tee seuh loohn", an'tuy-/ a national organization, founded in 1893 in Ohio, advocating the prohibition of the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages. * * *
anti-Scripture
adj. * * *
anti-Semite
—anti-Semitic /an'tee seuh mit"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. —anti-Semitically, adv. /an'tee sem"uyt, an'tuy-/ or, esp. Brit., /-see"muyt/, n. a person who discriminates against or is ...
anti-Semitic
anti-Semitic [an΄tīsə mit′ik, an΄tēsə mit′ik, an΄tisə mit′ik] adj. 〚< anti-Semitism < Ger Antisemitismus, coined (1879) by Wilhelm Marr, Ger writer〛 1. having ...
anti-Semitism
/an'tee sem"i tiz'euhm, an'tuy-/, n. discrimination against or prejudice or hostility toward Jews. [1880-85] * * * Hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious ...
anti-Serb
adj., n. * * *
anti-Slav
n. * * *
anti-Slavic
adj., n. * * *
anti-Socrates
adj. * * *
anti-Socratic
adj. * * *
anti-Soviet
n., adj. * * *
anti-Spain
adj. * * *
anti-Spanish
adj. * * *
Anti-Suffragist, The
▪ American periodical       American periodical, from 1908 to 1912 the voice of a movement whose proponents opposed giving women the vote because they believed it ...
anti-sway bar
anti-sway bar [an΄tē swā′] n. ANTIROLL BAR * * *
anti-swaybar
an·ti-sway bar (ăn'tē-swāʹ, ăn'tī-) n. A metal bar connecting the left and right suspension systems at the front or rear of an automobile or a truck, used to stabilize ...
anti-Sweden
adj. * * *
anti-Swedish
adj. * * *
anti-Teuton
adj., n. * * *
anti-Teutonic
adj. * * *
anti-Trinitarian
adj., n. * * *
anti-Turkish
adj. * * *
anti-universe
anti-universe [an′tī yo͞o΄nə vʉrs΄; an′tēyo͞o΄nə vʉrs΄, an′tiyo͞o΄nə vʉrs΄] n. a universe made up of antimatter, postulated to exist far out in space * * *
anti-utopia
an·ti-u·to·pi·a (ăn'tē-yo͞o-tōʹpē-ə, ăn'tī-) n. 1. An imaginary place or society characterized by human misery and oppression; a dystopia. 2. A work describing such ...
anti-utopian
See anti-utopia. * * *
anti-West
adj. * * *
anti-Western
adj. * * *
anti-white
an·ti-white also an·ti·white (ăn'tē-hwītʹ, -wītʹ, ăn'tī-) adj. Hostile or opposed to white people: “To talk about black does not mean we are anti-white” (Ron ...
anti-Zionism
n. * * *
anti-Zionist
n., adj. * * *
antiabortion
—antiabortionist, n. /an'tee euh bawr"sheuhn, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. opposed to abortion or the legalization of abortion. n. 2. opposition to abortion, esp. legalized ...
antiabortionist
See antiabortion. * * *
antiabuse
adj. * * *
antiacademic
adj., n. * * *
antiadministration
n., adj. * * *
antiagglutinant
adj., n. * * *
antiaggression
adj. * * *
antiaggressive
adj.; antiaggressively, adv.; antiaggressiveness, n. * * *
antiaging
/an'tee ay"jing, an'tuy-/, adj. effective in retarding the effects of aging: Chemists hope to produce an antiaging drug. Also, antiageing. [ANTI- + AGE (v.) + -ING1] * * *
antiaircraft
/an'tee air"kraft', -krahft', an'tuy-/, adj. 1. designed for or used in defense against enemy aircraft. n. 2. artillery used against enemy aircraft. 3. a military organization ...
antiaircraft gun
Artillery piece fired from the ground or shipboard in defense against aerial attack. They were first used in combat in World War I, when field artillery were converted to ...
antialcoholism
—antialcoholic, adj. —antialcoholist, n. /an'tee al"keuh haw liz'euhm, -ho-, an'tuy-/, n. opposition to excessive drinking of alcoholic beverages. [ANTI- + ALCOHOLISM] * * *
antialiasing
/an'tee ay"lee euh sing, an'tuy-/, n. a technique for smoothing out jaggies in graphical computer output. [1990-95] * * *
antiallergenic
/an'tee al'euhr jen"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. not aggravating an allergy; intended or prepared for those suffering from an allergy: antiallergenic cosmetics. n. 2. an antiallergenic ...
antiallergic
an·ti·al·ler·gic (ăn'tē-ə-lûrʹjĭk, ăn'tī-) adj. Preventing or relieving allergies. * * *
antianaphylactic
adj., n. * * *
antiandrogen
an·ti·an·dro·gen (ăn'tē-ănʹdrə-jən, ăn'tī-) n. A substance that inhibits the biological effects of androgenic hormones. * * *
antiangiogenic
an·ti·an·gi·o·gen·ic (ăn'tē-ăn'jē-ō-jĕnʹĭk, ăn'tī-) adj. Of or relating to a naturally occurring substance, drug, or other compound that can destroy or interfere ...
antiannexation
adj. * * *
antiannexationist
n., adj. * * *
antiantibody
/an'tee an"ti bod'ee, an'tuy-/, n. Immunol. antibody that combines with another antibody. [ANTI- + ANTIBODY] * * *
antianxiety
/an'tee ang zuy"i tee, an'tuy-/, adj. tending to prevent or relieve anxiety. [1960-65; ANTI- + ANXIETY] * * *
antianxiety drug
Pharm. any of various substances, as benzodiazepines, that are primarily used to treat various forms of anxiety and psychosomatic conditions. Also called anxiolytic, minor ...
antianxietydrug
antianxiety drug n. Any of a group of drugs, such as the benzodiazepines, that are used to treat anxiety without causing excessive sedation. Also called anxiolytic drug, minor ...
antiapartheid
n., adj. * * *
antiaphrodisiac
adj., n. * * *
antiar
/an"tee ahr'/, n. 1. the upas tree. 2. Also, antiarin /an"tee euhr in/. an arrow poison prepared from the sap of the upas tree. [1860-65; said to be < Java Malay ancar] * * *
antiarch
▪ paleontology       any of an order of extinct, mainly freshwater, jawed fishes, class Placodermi, abundant during Middle and Late Devonian times (387 to 360 million ...
antiaristocracy
adj., n., pl. antiaristocracies. * * *
antiaristocratical
adj.; antiaristocratically, adv. * * *
antiarmor
adj. * * *
antiarrhythmic
/an'tee euh ridh"mik, -euh rith"-, an'tuy-/, Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to any substance that prevents, inhibits, or alleviates heartbeat irregularities. n. 2. any such ...
antiart
—antiartist, n., adj. /an"tee ahrt', an"tuy-/, n. art, as dada, based on total rejection of established artistic practices and aesthetic values in favor of those that are ...
antiarthritic
adj., n. * * *
antiassimilation
n., adj. * * *
antiasthmatic
adj., n. * * *
antiatheism
adj., n. * * *
antiatheist
n., adj. * * *
antiatheistic
adj. * * *
antiatheistical
adj.; antiatheistically, adv. * * *
antiatom
/an"tee at'euhm, an"tuy-/, n. Physics. an atom of antimatter. [1965-70; ANTI- + ATOM] * * *
antiauthority
adj. * * *
antiauxin
/an'tee awk"sin, an'tuy-/, n. Biochem. a substance that inhibits the growth-regulating function of an auxin. [1950-55; ANTI- + AUXIN] * * *
antibacchius
—antibacchic /an'ti bak"ik/, adj. /an'ti beuh kuy"euhs/, n., pl. antibacchii /-kuy"uy, -kuy"ee/. Pros. a foot of three syllables that in quantitative meter consists of two long ...
antibacterial
/an'tee bak tear"ee euhl, an'tuy-/, adj. destructive to or inhibiting the growth of bacteria. [1895-1900; ANTI- + BACTERIAL] * * *
antiballistic
/an'tee beuh lis"tik, an'tuy-/, adj. Mil. designed to detect, intercept, or destroy ballistic missiles: an antiballistic missile. [1955-60; ANTI- + BALLISTIC] * * *
antiballistic missile
antiballistic missile [an΄tībə lis′tik] n. a missile intended to intercept and destroy a ballistic missile in flight: see GUIDED MISSILE * * *
antiballistic missile (ABM)
Weapon designed to intercept and destroy ballistic missiles. Effective ABM systems have been sought since the Cold War, when the nuclear arms race raised the spectre of complete ...
Antiballistic Missile Treaty
an agreement between the U.S. and U.S.S.R., signed May 26, 1972, limiting the number of ABM deployment areas, launchers, and interceptors. * * *
antiballisticmissile
an·ti·bal·lis·tic missile (ăn'tĭ-bə-lĭsʹtĭk, ăn'tī-) n. Abbr. ABM A defensive missile designed to intercept and destroy a ballistic missile in flight. * * *
antibaryon
/an'tee bar"ee on', an'tuy-/, n. Physics. the antiparticle of a baryon, having baryon number -1 and charge, strangeness, and other quantum numbers opposite in sign to those of ...
Antibes
/ahonn teeb"/, n. a seaport in SE France, SW of Nice: preserved ruins of 4th-century B.C. Roman town. 56,309. * * * ancient Antipolis Seaport (pop., 1999: 72,412), southeastern ...
antibilious
/an'tee bil"yeuhs, an'tuy-/, adj. serving to prevent or cure biliousness. [1810-20; ANTI- + BILIOUS] * * *
antibiosis
/an'tee buy oh"sis, an'tuy-/, n. Biol. an association between organisms that is injurious to one of them. [1895-1900; ANTI- + -BIOSIS] * * *
antibiotic
—antibiotically, adv. /an'ti buy ot"ik, -bee-, an'tee-, -tuy-/, Biochem., Pharm. n. 1. any of a large group of chemical substances, as penicillin or streptomycin, produced by ...
antibiotically
See antibiotic. * * *
Antibiotics
▪ Table Antibiotics drug class and generic name common trade name(s) common use(s) aminoglycosides (inhibit protein synthesis) gentamicin Garamycin infections ...
antiblack
—antiblackism, n. /an'tee blak", an'tuy-/, adj. resistant or antagonistic to black people or their values or objectives: antiblack sentiment among some reactionary ...
antiblastic
/an'tee blas"tik, an'tuy-/, adj. Biol. antagonistic to growth. [ANTI- + -BLAST + -IC] * * *
antibody
/an"ti bod'ee/, n., pl. antibodies. 1. any of numerous Y-shaped protein molecules produced by B cells as a primary immune defense, each molecule and its clones having a unique ...
antibody-mediated immunity
/an"ti bod'ee mee"dee ay'tid, an"tee-/, Immunol. immunity conferred to an individual through the activity of B cells and their progeny, which produce circulating antibodies in ...
antibourgeois
n., pl. antibourgeois, adj. * * *
antiboycott
n., adj. * * *
antibugging
/an'tee bug"ing, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. designed to detect and alert a person to the use of a secret listening device: to install antibugging equipment. 2. designed to prevent or ...
antibureacratic
adj. * * *
antiburglary
adj. * * *
antibuser
/an'tee bus"euhr, an'tuy-/, n. a person who opposes the busing of students to achieve racial balance in public schools. Also, antibusser. [1970-75, Amer.; ANTIBUS(ING) + -ER1] * ...
antibusiness
adj. * * *
antibusing
/an'tee bus"ing, an'tuy-/, adj. opposing legislation that requires the busing of students from one school or school district to another to achieve racial balance in public ...
antic
—antically, adv. /an"tik/, n., adj., v., anticked, anticking. n. 1. Usually, antics. a. a playful trick or prank; caper. b. a grotesque, fantastic, or ludicrous gesture, act, ...
antically
See antic. * * *
anticancer
/an'tee kan"seuhr, an'tuy-/, adj. for or used in the prevention or treatment of cancer: an anticancer drug. [1925-30; ANTI- + CANCER] * * *
anticapitalist
n., adj. * * *
anticarious
/an'tee kair"ee euhs, -kar"-, an'tuy-/, adj. Dentistry. preventing or retarding caries. [ANTI- + CARIOUS] * * *
anticaste
adj. * * *
anticatalase
/an'tee kat"l ays', -ayz', an'tuy-/, n. Biochem. a substance that inhibits the enzymatic action of a catalase. [ANTI- + CATALASE] * * *
anticatalyst
/an'tee kat"l ist, an'tuy-/, n. Chem. an inhibitor. [1920-25; ANTI- + CATALYST] * * *
anticatalytic
adj., n. * * *
anticathexis
/an'tee keuh thek"sis, an'tuy-/, n. Psychoanal. a change from one emotion to its opposite, as from hate to love. [ANTI- + CATHEXIS] * * *
anticathode
/an'tee kath"ohd, an'tuy-/, n. the positive plate of an x-ray or other electron tube serving as the target for electrons coming from the cathode, which cause it to emit ...
anticavity
/an'tee kav"i tee, an'tuy-/, adj. designed to prevent the occurrence of cavities in teeth: an anticavity toothpaste. [ANTI- + CAVITY] * * *
anticensorial
adj. * * *
anticensorious
adj.; anticensoriously, adv.; anticensoriousness, n. * * *
anticensorship
adj. * * *
anticenter
/an"tee sen'teuhr, an"tuy-/, n. 1. Geol. the point on the surface of the earth diametrically opposite the epicenter of an earthquake. 2. Astron. the point on the celestial sphere ...
anticentralist
n., adj. * * *
anticentralization
adj., n. * * *
anticeremonial
adj.; anticeremonially, adv. * * *
anticeremonialist
n., adj. * * *
anticeremonious
adj.; anticeremoniously, adv.; anticeremoniousness, n. * * *
antichlor
—antichloristic /an'ti klaw ris"tik, -kloh-/, adj. /an"ti klawr', -klohr'/, n. Chem. any of various substances, esp. sodium thiosulfate, used for removing excess chlorine from ...
antichloristic
See antichlor. * * *


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