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antichoice
/an'tee choys", an'tuy-/, adj. opposed to the concept that a pregnant woman has the right to choose abortion. [ANTI- + CHOICE] * * *
anticholinergic
/an'ti koh'leuh nerr"jik, -kol'euh-/, Biochem., Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to a substance that opposes the effects of acetylcholine; interfering with the passage of ...
anticholinesterase
/an'tee koh'leuh nes"teuh rays', -rayz', -kol'euh-, an'tuy-/, n. Biochem., Pharm. an enzyme or drug that blocks the action of acetylcholinesterase, thereby increasing the ...
Antichrist
/an"ti kruyst'/, n. Theol. 1. a particular personage or power, variously identified or explained, who is conceived of as appearing in the world as the principal antagonist of ...
antichthon
/an tik"thon, -theuhn/, n., pl. antichthones /-theuh neez'/. counterearth. [1645-55; < L antichthones (pl.) < Gk antíchthones the antipodes, equiv. to antí ANTI- + chthon- (s. ...
antichurch
adj. * * *
anticigarette
adj. * * *
anticipant
/an tis"euh peuhnt/, adj. 1. anticipative (usually fol. by of): We were eagerly anticipant of her arrival. n. 2. a person who anticipates. [1620-30; < L anticipant- (s. of ...
anticipatable
See anticipate. * * *
anticipate
—anticipatable, adj. —anticipator, n. /an tis"euh payt'/, v.t., anticipated, anticipating. 1. to realize beforehand; foretaste or foresee: to anticipate pleasure. 2. to ...
anticipation
/an tis'euh pay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of anticipating or the state of being anticipated. 2. realization in advance; foretaste. 3. expectation or hope. 4. previous notion; slight ...
anticipative
—anticipatively, adv. /an tis"euh pay'tiv, -peuh tiv/, adj. anticipating or tending to anticipate; expressing, revealing, or containing anticipation: an anticipative action; an ...
anticipatively
See anticipative. * * *
anticipator
See anticipatable. * * *
anticipatory
—anticipatorily, adv. /an tis"euh peuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. of, showing, or expressing anticipation. [1660-70; ANTICIPATE + -ORY1] * * *
anticipatory assimilation.
See regressive assimilation. * * *
anticity
an·ti·cit·y (ăn'tē-sĭtʹē, ăn'tī-) adj. Hostile to cities and urban environments: anticity development trends. * * *
anticivic
adj. * * *
anticivil
adj. * * *
anticivilian
adj. * * *
anticlassical
adj.; anticlassically, adv.; anticlassicalness, n. * * *
anticlassicalist
n., adj. * * *
anticlassicist
n., adj. * * *
anticlastic
/an'tee klas"tik, an'tuy-/, adj. Math. (of a surface) having principal curvatures of opposite sign at a given point. Cf. synclastic. [1865-70; ANTI- + CLASTIC] * * *
anticlergy
adj. * * *
anticlerical
—anticlericalism, n. —anticlericalist, n. /an'tee kler"i keuhl, an'tuy-/, adj. opposed to the influence and activities of the clergy or the church in secular or public ...
anticlericalism
See anticlerical. * * * ▪ religion Introduction       in Roman Catholicism, opposition to the clergy for its real or alleged influence in political and social affairs, ...
anticlimactic
—anticlimactically, adv. /an'tee kluy mak"tik, -kleuh-, an'tuy-/, adj. of, like, pertaining to, or expressing anticlimax. [1895-1900; ANTI + CLIMACTIC] * * *
anticlimactically
See anticlimactic. * * *
anticlimax
/an'ti kluy"maks/, n. 1. an event, conclusion, statement, etc., that is far less important, powerful, or striking than expected. 2. a descent in power, quality, dignity, etc.; a ...
anticlinal
/an'ti kluyn"l/, adj. 1. inclining in opposite directions from a central axis. 2. Geol. a. inclining downward on both sides from a median line or axis, as a fold of rock ...
anticline
/an"ti kluyn'/, n. Geol. an anticlinal rock structure. [1860-65; back formation from ANTICLINAL] * * *
anticling
adj. * * *
anticlinorium
/an'ti kluy nawr"ee euhm, -nohr"-/, n., pl. anticlinoria /-nawr"ee euh, -nohr"-/. Geol. a compound anticline, consisting of a series of subordinate anticlines and synclines, the ...
anticlockwise
/an'ti klok"wuyz'/, adj., adv. Chiefly Brit. counterclockwise. [1895-1900; ANTI- + CLOCKWISE] * * *
anticlogging
adj. * * *
anticlotting
/an'tee klot"ing, an'tuy-/, adj. Biochem., Pharm. anticoagulant (def. 1). [ANTI- + CLOTTING] * * *
anticly
/an"tik lee/, adv. in an antic manner. [1550-60; ANTIC + -LY] * * *
anticoagulant
/an'tee koh ag"yeuh leuhnt, an'tuy-/, Biochem., Pharm. adj. 1. Also, anticoagulative /an'tee koh ag"yeuh lay'tiv, -leuh tiv, an'tuy-/. preventing coagulation, esp. of ...
anticoagulating
adj. * * *
anticoagulation
n., adj. * * *
anticoagulative
See anticoagulant. * * *
anticodon
/an'tee koh"don, an'tuy-/, n. Genetics. a sequence of three nucleotides in a region of transfer RNA that recognizes a complementary coding triplet of nucleotides in messenger RNA ...
anticollision
adj. * * *
anticolonial
/an'tee keuh loh"nee euhl, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. opposing colonialism. n. 2. a person or country that actively opposes colonialism. [ANTI- + COLONIAL] * * *
anticolonialism
—anticolonialist, n., adj. /an'tee keuh loh"nee euh liz'euhm, an'tuy-/, n. opposition to colonialism. [ANTICOLONIAL + -ISM] * * *
anticommercial
adj.; anticommercially, adv.; anticommercialness, n. * * *
anticommercialist
n., adj. * * *
anticommunist
n., adj. * * *
anticommunistic
adj. * * *
anticommunistical
adj.; anticommunistically, adv. * * *
anticommutative
/an'tee keuh myooh"teuh tiv, -kom"yeuh tay'-, an'tuy-/, adj. Math. 1. (of a binary operation) having the property that one term operating on a second is equal to the negative of ...
anticompetitive
adj.; anticompetitively, adv.; anticompetitiveness, n. * * *
anticonfederationist
n., adj. * * *
anticonformity
n., pl. anticonformities. * * *
anticonservation
n., adj. * * *
anticonservative
adj., n.; anticonservatively, adv.; anticonservativeness, n. * * *
anticonstitutional
adj.; anticonstitutionally, adv. * * *
anticonstitutionalist
adj., n. * * *
anticonsumer
n., adj. * * *
anticontagious
adj.; anticontagiously, adv.; anticontagiousness, n. * * *
anticonvention
adj. * * *
anticonventional
adj.; anticonventionally, adv. * * *
anticonventionalist
n., adj. * * *
anticonvulsant
adj., n. * * *
anticonvulsive
See anticonvulsant. * * *
anticorona
/an'tee keuh roh"neuh/, n. a luminous edging around the shadow of an observer or the point where his or her shadow would fall, as thrown by the sun upon a cloud or fog bank. Also ...
anticorporate
adj.; anticorporately, adv.; anticorporateness, n. * * *
anticorrosive
—anticorrosively, adv. —anticorrosiveness, n. /an'tee keuh roh"siv, an'tuy-/, n. 1. something that prevents or counteracts corrosion. adj. 2. Also, anticorrosion. preventing ...
anticorruption
n., adj. * * *
anticosmetics
adj. * * *
Anticosti
/an'teuh kaw"stee, -kos"tee/, n. an island at the head of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in E Canada, in E Quebec province. 494; 135 mi. (217 km) long; 3043 sq. mi. (7880 sq. km). * * *
Anticosti Island
Island, Gulf of St. Lawrence. Lying at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River in southeastern Quebec, it is 140 mi (225 km) long; its greatest width is 35 mi (56 km). Visited by ...
anticreation
adj. * * *
anticreational
adj. * * *
anticreationist
n., adj. * * *
anticreative
adj.; anticreatively, adv.; anticreativeness, n. * * *
anticrepuscular arch
/an"tee kri pus"kyeuh leuhr, an"tuy-, an'tee-, an'tuy-/. See antitwilight arch. [ANTI- + CREPUSCULAR] * * *
anticrime
adj. * * *
anticritical
adj.; anticritically, adv.; anticriticalness, n. * * *
anticruelty
adj. * * *
anticryptic
—anticryptically, adv. /an'tee krip"tik, an'tuy-/, adj. Zool. serving to conceal an animal from its prey. Cf. procryptic. [1885-90; ANTI- + CRYPTIC] * * *
anticult
n., adj. * * *
anticultural
adj.; anticulturally, adv. * * *
anticulture
n. * * *
anticum
/an tuy"keuhm/, n., pl. antica /-keuh/. pronaos. [ < NL, appar. neut. of L anticus, antiquus pertaining to the front, existing previously, ancient (see ANTIQUE); NL sense by ...
anticyclical
—anticyclically, adv. /an'tee suy"kli keuhl, -sik"li-, an'tuy-/, adj. not conforming to or following a cycle: anticyclical sales that rise when the economy fades. Also, ...
anticyclogenesis
/an'tee suy'kloh jen"euh sis, an'tuy-/, n. Meteorol. the intensification or development of an anticyclone. Cf. anticyclolysis. [ANTICYCLO(NE) + GENESIS] * * *
anticyclolysis
/an'tee suy klol"euh sis, an'tuy-/, n. Meteorol. the weakening or extinction of an anticyclone. Cf. anticyclogenesis. [ANTICYCLO(NE) + -LYSIS] * * *
anticyclone
—anticyclonic /an'tee suy klon"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. /an'tee suy"klohn, an'tuy-/, n. Meteorol. a circulation of winds around a central region of high atmospheric pressure, ...
anticyclonic
See anticyclone. * * *
anticynic
n., adj. * * *
anticynical
adj.; anticynically, adv. * * *
anticynicism
n. * * *
antidancing
adj. * * *
antidegradation
adj. * * *
antidemocracy
n., pl. antidemocracies, adj. * * *
antidemocrat
n. * * *
antidemocratic
adj. * * *
antidemocratical
adj.; antidemocratically, adv. * * *
antidepressant
/an'tee di pres"euhnt, an'tuy-/, Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to a substance that is used in the treatment of mood disorders, as characterized by various manic or depressive ...
antidepression
adj., n. * * *
antidepressive
See antidepressant. * * *
antiderivative
/an'tee deuh riv"euh tiv, an'tuy-/, n. See indefinite integral. [1940-45; ANTI- + DERIVATIVE] * * *
antidesiccant
/an'tee des"i keuhnt, an'tuy-/, n. Hort. a substance or material applied to a plant, as by spraying, to inhibit moisture loss during transplanting. [ANTI- + DESICCANT] * * *
antideuteron
an·ti·deu·ter·on (ăn'tē-do͞oʹtə-rŏn', -dyo͞oʹ-, ăn'tī-) n. The antimatter equivalent of deuteron. * * *
antidevelopment
adj. * * *
antidiabetic
adj. * * *
antidiarrheal
adj. * * *
antidilution
adj. * * *
antidilutive
adj. * * *
antidiphtheritic
adj., n. * * *
antidisestablishmentarian
/an'tee dis'euh stab'lish meuhn tair"ee euhn, an'tuy-/, n. 1. a person who advocates antidisestablishmentarianism. adj. 2. of or pertaining to ...
antidisestablishmentarianism
/an'tee dis'euh stab'lish meuhn tair"ee euh niz'euhm, an'tuy-/, n. opposition to the withdrawal of state support or recognition from an established church, esp. the Anglican ...
antidissident
n., adj. * * *
antidiuretic
/an'tee duy'euh ret"ik/, Biochem., Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to a substance that suppresses the formation of urine. n. 2. any such substance. [1940-45; ANTI- + DIURETIC] * ...
antidiuretic hormone
Biochem. vasopressin. Abbr.: ADH * * *
antidiuretichormone
an·ti·di·u·ret·ic hormone (ăn'tē-dī'ə-rĕtʹĭk, ăn'tī-) n. Abbr. ADH See vasopressin. * * *
antidivorce
adj. * * *
antidogmatic
adj. * * *
antidogmatical
adj.; antidogmatically, adv. * * *
antidogmatist
n., adj. * * *
antidomestic
adj. * * *
antidoron
/ahn dee"dhaw rddawn/; Eng. /an'tee dawr"on, -dohr"-/, n. 1. Also called holy bread. Gk. Orth. Ch. bread blessed and distributed to the congregation at the end of the liturgy. 2. ...
antidotal
See antidote. * * *
antidotally
See antidotal. * * *
antidote
—antidotal, antidotical /an'ti dot"i keuhl/, adj. —antidotally, antidotically, adv. /an"ti doht'/, n., v., antidoted, antidoting. n. 1. a medicine or other remedy for ...
antidraft
adj. * * *
antidromic
—antidromically, adv. /an'ti drom"ik/, adj. Physiol. conducting nerve impulses in a direction opposite to the usual one. [1905-10; ANTI- + -DROME + -IC] * * *
antidrug
/an'tee drug", an'tuy-/, adj. opposing or restricting the use of narcotics or other drugs of abuse: to enact stricter antidrug laws. [1965-70; ANTI- + DRUG] * * *
antidumping
/an'tee dum"ping, an'tuy-/, adj. intended to discourage the dumping of imported commodities, esp. by imposing extra customs duties: antidumping measures against foreign ...
antidynastic
adj. * * *
antidynastical
adj.; antidynastically, adv. * * *
antidynasty
adj. * * *
antiecclesiastic
n., adj. * * *
antiecclesiastical
adj.; antiecclesiastically, adv. * * *
antieconomic
adj. * * *
antieducation
adj. * * *
antieducational
adj.; antieducationally, adv. * * *
antieducationist
n., adj. * * *
antiegalitarian
adj. * * *
antiegoism
n. * * *
antiegoist
n. * * *
antiegoistic
adj. * * *
antiegoistical
adj.; antiegoistically, adv. * * *
antiegotism
n. * * *
antiegotist
n., adj. * * *
antiegotistic
adj. * * *
antiegotistical
adj.; antiegotistically, adv. * * *
antielectron
/an'tee i lek"tron, an'tuy-/, n. Physics. a positron. [ANTI- + ELECTRON] * * *
antielite
n., adj * * *
antielitism
n. * * *
antielitist
n., adj. * * *
antiemetic
/an'tee euh met"ik, an'tuy-/, Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to a substance that is useful in the suppression of nausea or vomiting. n. 2. any such substance. [ANTI- + EMETIC] * ...
antiempiric
n., adj. * * *
antiempirical
adj.; antiempirically, adv. * * *
antiempiricist
n., adj. * * *
antienergistic
/an'tee en'euhr jis"tik, an'tuy-/, adj. opposing or resisting applied energy. [ANTI- + ENERG(IZE) + -ISTIC] * * *
antienvironmentalist
n., adj. * * *
antienzymatic
See antienzyme. * * *
antienzyme
—antienzymatic /an'tee en'zuy mat"ik, -zi-, an'tuy-/, antienzymic /an'tee en zuy"mik, -zim"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. /an'tee en"zuym, an'tuy-/, n. Biochem. a substance that inhibits ...
antienzymic
See antienzymatic. * * *
antiepileptic
adj., n. * * *
antierosion
adj. * * *
antierosive
adj. * * *
antierotic
adj. * * *
antiestablishment
/an'tee i stab"lish meuhnt, an'tuy-/, adj. opposed to or working against the existing power structure or mores, as of society or government: Antiestablishment candidates promised ...
antiestablishmentarian
/an'tee i stab'lish meuhn tair"ee euhn, an'tuy-/, n. 1. a person who supports or advocates antiestablishmentarianism. adj. 2. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of ...
antiestablishmentarianism
/an'tee i stab'-lish meuhn tair"ee euh niz'euhm, an'tuy-/, n. a policy or attitude that views a nation's power structure as corrupt, repressive, exploitive, ...
antiestrogen
n. * * *
antiestrogenic
adj. * * *
Antietam
/an tee"teuhm/, n. a creek flowing from S Pennsylvania through NW Maryland into the Potomac: Civil War battle fought near here at Sharpsburg, Maryland, in 1862. * * *
Antietam, Battle of
(Sept. 17, 1862) Decisive and bloody battle of the American Civil War that halted the Confederate advance on Maryland. Following victory in the Second Battle of Bull Run, Gen. ...
antievolution
adj. * * *
antievolutional
adj.; antievolutionally, adv. * * *
antievolutionist
n., adj. * * *
antiexpansion
adj. * * *
antiexpansionist
n., adj. * * *
antiexpressionist
n., adj. * * *
antiexpressive
adj.; antiexpressively, adv.; antiexpressiveness, n. * * *
antifamily
adj. * * *
antifascism
n. * * *
antifascist
n., adj. * * *
antifashion
n., adj. * * *
antifashionable
adj. * * *
antifatigue
adj. * * *
antifebrile
/an'tee fee"breuhl, -feb"reuhl, an'tuy-/, Biochem., Pharm. adj. 1. efficacious against fever; febrifuge; antipyretic. n. 2. an antifebrile agent. [1655-65; ANTI- + FEBRILE] * * *
antifebrin
/an'tee fee"brin, -feb"rin, an'tuy-/, n. Pharm. acetanilide. [ANTI- + FEBR(ILE) + -IN2] * * *
Antifederal party
/an'tee fed"euhr euhl, -fed"reuhl, an'tuy-/, U.S. Hist. the party that, before 1789, opposed the adoption of the proposed Constitution and after that favored its strict ...
antifederalism
See antifederalist. * * *
Antifederalist
—Antifederalism, n. /an'tee fed"euhr euh list, -fed"reuh-, an'tuy-/, n. 1. U.S. Hist. a member or supporter of the Antifederal party. 2. (l.c.) an opponent of ...
antifeedant
/an'tee feed"nt, an'tuy-/, n. a chemical agent that causes a pest, as an insect, to stop eating. [1970-75; ANTI- + FEED + -ANT] * * *
antifemale
adj. * * *
antifeminine
adj.; antifemininely, adv.; antifeminineness, n. * * *
antifeminism
n. * * *
antifeminist
n., adj. * * *
antifeministic
adj. * * *
antiferromagnet
/an'tee fer'oh mag"nit, an'tuy-/, n. Physics. an antiferromagnetic substance. [1935-40; ANTI- + FERROMAGNET] * * *
antiferromagnetic
—antiferromagnetism /an'tee fer'oh mag"ni tiz'euhm, an'tuy-/, n. /an'tee fer'oh mag net"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. Physics. noting or pertaining to a substance in which, at ...
antiferromagnetism
▪ physics       type of magnetism (ferromagnetism) in solids such as manganese oxide (MnO) in which adjacent ions that behave as tiny magnets (in this case manganese ...
antifertility
/an'tee feuhr til"i tee, an'tuy-/, adj. Pharm. of or pertaining to a substance that inhibits the ability to produce offspring; contraceptive. [ANTI- + FERTILITY] * * *
antifeudal
adj. * * *
antifeudalistic
adj. * * *
antifeudalization
adj., n. * * *
antifilibuster
n., adj. * * *
antifluoridation
n., adj. * * *
antifoaming
/an'tee foh"ming, an'tuy-/, adj. preventing the development of or reducing foam. [1930-35; ANTI- + FOAM + -ING2] * * *
antifog
/an'tee fog", -fawg", an'tuy-/, adj. preventing or resisting the buildup of moisture on a surface: an antifog fluid for camera lenses. [ANTI- + FOG] * * *
antifoggant
/an"tee fog'euhnt, -faw'geuhnt, an'tuy-/, n. Photog. a chemical that prevents or minimizes fogging. [ANTIFOG + -ANT] * * *
antifogger
/an'tee fog"euhr, -faw"geuhr, an'tuy-/, n. Informal. an antifoggant. [ANTIFOG + -ER1] * * *
antiforeclosure
n., adj. * * *
antiforeignism
—antiforeign, adj. /an'tee fawr"euh niz'euhm, -for"-, an'tuy-/, n. the policy or practice of showing hostility toward foreigners, foreign customs, etc. [ANTI- + FOREIGNISM] * * ...
antiformalist
n., adj. * * *
antifouling
/an'tee fow"ling, an'tuy-/, adj. Naut. (of a coating, process, or the like) preventing the accumulation of barnacles, algae, etc., on underwater surfaces: The makers now use an ...
antifouling paint
Naut. paint applied to the portion of a hull below the waterline to poison or discourage marine animals and plants that would otherwise cling to it. [1865-70] * * *
antifraud
adj. * * *
antifreeze
/an"ti freez', an"tee-/, n. a liquid used in the radiator of an internal-combustion engine to lower the freezing point of the cooling medium. [1910-15; ANTI- + FREEZE] * * * Any ...
antifriction
—antifrictional, adj. /an'tee frik"sheuhn, an'tuy-/, n. 1. something that prevents or reduces friction; lubricant. adj. 2. tending to prevent or reduce friction. [1830-40; ...
antifriction alloy
a metallic alloy, as Babbitt metal or bearing bronze, having antifriction qualities. * * *
antifriction bearing
Mach. See rolling-element bearing. * * *
antifundamentalist
n., adj. * * *
antifungal
adj. * * *
antigalaxy
an·ti·gal·ax·y (ănʹtē-găl'ək-sē, ănʹtī-) n. A galaxy that is made up of antimatter. * * *
antigambling
adj. * * *


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