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antigay
/an'tee gay", an'tuy-/, adj. opposed or hostile to homosexuals or to homosexual social reforms and institutions, etc. [ANTI- + GAY] * * *
antigen
—antigenic /an'ti jen"ik/, adj. —antigenically, adv. —antigenicity /an'ti jeuh nis"i tee/, n. /an"ti jeuhn, -jen'/, n. 1. Immunol. any substance that can stimulate the ...
antigenic
See antigen. * * *
antigenic determinant
Immunol. determinant (def. 3). [1905-10] * * *
antigenically
See antigenic. * * *
antigenicity
See antigenic. * * *
antigestational drug
/an'tee jes tay"sheuh nl, an'tuy-/ a drug that averts a pregnancy by preventing the fertilized egg from becoming implanted in the uterine wall. * * *
antiglare
adj. * * *
antiglobulin
/an'tee glob"yeuh lin, an'tuy-/, n. Immunol. an antibody produced by an animal in reaction to the introduction of globulin from another animal. [1905-10; ANTI- + GLOBULIN] * * *
antignostic
adj., n. * * *
antignostical
adj. * * *
antigodlin
/an'ti god"lin/, adj. Southern and Western U.S. 1. lopsided or at an angle; out of alignment. 2. diagonal or cater-cornered. Also, antigoglin /an'ti gog"lin/. [1895-1900; perh. ...
Antigone
/an tig"euh nee'/, n. 1. Class. Myth. a daughter of Oedipus and Jocasta who defied her uncle, King Creon, by performing funeral rites over her brother, Polynices, and was ...
Antigonid dynasty
(306–168) Ruling house of ancient Macedonia. Antigonus I was proclaimed king in 306 BC after his son Demetrius conquered Cyprus, thus giving his father control of the Aegean, ...
Antigonus
(as used in expressions) Antigonus I Monophthalmus Antigonus I Cyclops Antigonus II Gonatas * * *
Antigonus (I)
Antigonus (I) [an tig′ə nəs] 382-301 B.C.; Macedonian general under Alexander the Great: king of Macedonia (306-301): called Cyclops * * *
Antigonus I
/an tig"euh neuhs/, (Cyclops) 382?-301 B.C., Macedonian general under Alexander the Great. * * *
Antigonus I Monophthalmus
or Antigonus I Cyclops (Latin; "One-Eyed") born 382 died 301 BC, Phrygia, Asia Minor Founder of the Macedonian dynasty of the Antigonids. He served as a general under ...
Antigonus II
(Gonatus) c319-239 B.C., king of Macedonia 283-239 (son of Demetrius I). * * *
Antigonus II Gonatas
born с 320 died 239 BC King of Macedonia (276–239 BC). The son of Demetrius I Poliorcetes, he defeated the Gauls in Greece (279) and in Asia Minor (277), occupied key ...
Antigonus III Doson
▪ king of Macedonia born c. 263 BC died c. 221 BC       king of Macedonia (from 227 BC) who, in defeating Cleomenes (Cleomenes III) of Sparta, ended that city's long ...
AntigonusI
An·tig·o·nus I (ăn-tĭgʹə-nəs), 382-301B.C. King of Macedonia (306-301). One of Alexander III's generals, he tried to gain sole control of Asia after Alexander's death ...
antigorite
/an tig"euh ruyt'/, n. Mineral. a variety of serpentine occurring in a brownish-green lamellar form. [1860-65; named after Antigorio valley in N Italy where first found + ...
antigovernment
—antigovernmental, adj. /an'tee guv"euhrn meuhnt, -euhr meuhnt, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. opposed to or in rebellion against an existing government. 2. of or pertaining to a political ...
antigraft
adj. * * *
antigrammatical
adj.; antigrammatically, adv.; antigrammaticalness, n. * * *
antigravitation
adj. * * *
antigravitational
adj.; antigravitationally, adv. * * *
antigravity
/an'tee grav"i tee, an'tuy-/, n. 1. Physics. the antithesis of gravity; a hypothetical force by which a body of positive mass would repel a body of negative mass. 2. (not in ...
antigrowth
adj. * * *
Antigua
—Antiguan, adj., n. /an tee"geuh/, n. one of the Leeward Islands, in the E West Indies. 108 sq. mi. (280 sq. km). * * *
Antigua and Barbuda
an island state comprising Antigua and two smaller islands: a member of the former West Indies Associated States; formerly a British crown colony; gained independence 1981. ...
Antigua and Barbuda, flag of
▪ Flag History       rectangular national flag with red triangles at the hoist and fly ends and a central triangular area of white, blue, and black, incorporating a ...
Antigua Guatemala
▪ Guatemala       city, southwestern Guatemala, at an elevation of 5,029 feet (1,533 metres). Capital of the former captaincy general, Antigua Guatemala was once the ...
Antiguaand Barbuda
An·ti·gua and Bar·bu·da (ăn-tēʹgə; bär-bo͞oʹdə) A country in the northern Leeward Islands of the Caribbean Sea, comprising the island of Antigua and the smaller ...
Antiguan
See Antigua and Barbuda. * * * ➡ Antigua and Barbuda * * *
antiguerrilla
n., adj. * * *
antigun
n., adj * * *
antihalation
/an'tee hay lay"sheuhn, -ha-, an'tuy-/, Photog. n. 1. the process of treating a film base with a light-absorbing substance to prevent refraction of light from the rear of the ...
antihegemony
n., pl. antihegemonies, adj. * * *
antihelium
an·ti·he·li·um (ăn'tē-hēʹlē-əm, ăn'tī-) n. The antimatter equivalent of helium. * * *
antihelix
/an'tee hee"liks, an'tuy-/, n., pl. antihelices /-hel"i seez'/, antihelixes. Anat. the inward curving ridge of the auricle of the ear. See diag. under ear. [1715-25; ANTI- + ...
antihemophilic factor
/an'tee hee'meuh fil"ik, -hem'euh-/, Biochem. a protein that is essential to normal blood clotting and is lacking or deficient in persons having hemophilia A. Abbr.: AHF Also ...
antihemophilicfactor
an·ti·he·mo·phil·ic factor (ăn'tē-hē'mə-fĭlʹĭk, ăn'tī-) n. Abbr. AHF A protein substance in blood plasma that participates in and is essential for the ...
antihero
—antiheroism, /an'tee her"oh iz'euhm, an'tuy-/, n. /an"tee hear'oh, an"tuy-/, n., pl. antiheroes. a protagonist who lacks the attributes that make a heroic figure, as nobility ...
antiheroic
/an'tee hi roh"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. (of a protagonist) possessing the characteristics of an anti-hero. 2. (of a literary work) having an antihero as its protagonist. [1875-80; ...
antiheroine
/an"tee her'oh in, an"tuy-/, n. a female protagonist, as in a novel or play, whose attitudes and behavior are not typical of a conventional heroine. [1905-10; ANTI- + HEROINE] * ...
antiheroism
See antiheroic. * * *
antihierarchal
adj. * * *
antihierarchic
adj. * * *
antihierarchical
adj.; antihierarchically, adv. * * *
antihierarchy
n., pl. antihierarchies, adj. * * *
antihijack
adj. * * *
antihistamine
/an'ti his"teuh meen', -min/, n. Biochem., Pharm. any of certain compounds or medicines that neutralize or inhibit the effect of histamine in the body, used chiefly in the ...
antihistaminic
/an'tee his'teuh min"ik, an'tuy-/, Biochem., Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to an antihistamine or its effect. n. 2. an antihistaminic agent, as a drug. [1945-50; ANTIHISTAMINE ...
antihistorical
adj.; antihistorically, adv.; antihistoricalness, n. * * *
antihomosexual
adj. * * *
antihomosexuality
n., adj. * * *
antihuman
/an'tee hyooh"meuhn/ or, often, /-yooh"-, an'tuy-/, adj. against or opposed to human beings or human values. [1850-55; ANTI- + HUMAN] * * *
antihumanism
n. * * *
antihumanist
n., adj. * * *
antihumanistic
adj. * * *
antihumanitarian
adj., n. * * *
antihumanity
n., pl. antihumanities. * * *
antihunting
n., adj. * * *
antihydrogen
an·ti·hy·dro·gen (ăn'tē-hīʹdrə-jən, ăn'tī-) n. The antimatter equivalent of hydrogen. * * *
antihygienic
adj. * * *
antihyperon
antihyperon [an΄tīhī pər än΄, an΄tēhī pər än, an΄tihī′pər än΄] n. the antiparticle of the hyperon * * *
antihypertensive
/an'tee huy'peuhr ten"siv, an'tuy-/, Med., Pharm. adj. 1. acting to reduce hypertension: an antihypertensive drug, diet, or regimen. n. 2. a drug, as a diuretic, used to treat ...
antihypnotic
adj., n. * * *
antihysteric
n., adj. * * *
antikickback
adj. * * *
antiknock
/an'tee nok", an'tuy-/, adj. noting or pertaining to any material added to fuel for an internal-combustion engine to eliminate or minimize knock. [1920-25; ANTI- + KNOCK] * * *
Antikythera
/an'ti ki thear"euh/; Gk. /ahn'dee kee"thee rddah/, n. an island in the E Mediterranean, NW of Crete: archaeological site. 81/2 sq. mi. (22 sq. km). Also, Andikithira. * * *
antilabor
adj. * * *
antilabour
adj. * * *
antileague
adj. * * *
antileft
adj. * * *
antileftist
adj. * * *
antilegomena
/an'ti leuh gom"euh neuh/, n. (used with a sing. v.) a group of books in the New Testament, generally held to be uncanonical by the early church. Cf. homologumena. [1840-50; < ...
antileprosy
adj. * * *
antilepton
/an'tee lep"ton, an'tuy-/, n. Physics. the antiparticle of a lepton. Cf. antineutrino, muon, positron, tau lepton. [ANTI- + LEPTON] * * *
antileukemic
adj., n. * * *
antileveling
adj. * * *
antilevelling
adj. * * *
antiliberal
adj., n.; antiliberally, adv.; antiliberalness, n. * * *
antiliberalist
n., adj. * * *
antilibertarian
adj., n. * * *
antilife
—antilifer, n. /an'tee luyf", an'tuy-/, adj. 1. antagonistic or indifferent to a normal life. 2. regarded as opposing the life force because of advocating abortion, birth ...
antiliquor
adj. * * *
antiliteracy
adj. * * *
antiliterate
adj., n.; antiliterately, adv. * * *
antilithic
antilithic [an΄tīlith′ik, an΄tēlith′ik, an΄tilith′ik] adj. 〚 ANTI- + LITHIC〛 Med. preventing the formation or development of calculi, as of the urinary tract n. an ...
antilitter
adj. * * *
antilittering
adj. * * *
antiliturgic
adj. * * *
antiliturgical
adj.; antiliturgically, adv. * * *
antiliturgy
adj. * * *
Antilles
—Antillean /an til"ee euhn, an'tl ee"-/, adj. /an til"eez/, n. (used with a pl. v.) a chain of islands in the West Indies, divided into two parts, the one including Cuba, ...
Antilles Current
a warm ocean current flowing NW along the N coast of the Greater Antilles and joining the Florida Current off the SW coast of Florida. * * * ▪ current, Atlantic ...
Antilles, Greater and Lesser
Two groups of islands in the West Indies, bounding the Caribbean Sea on the north and east, respectively. The Greater Antilles include the largest islands (Cuba, Jamaica, ...
Antilochus
/an til"euh keuhs/, n. Class. Myth. a son of Nestor and a trusted friend of Achilles. * * * ▪ Greek mythology       in Greek legend, son of Nestor, king of Pylos. One ...
antilock
an·ti·lock (ănʹtē-lŏk', ănʹtī-) adj. Of or being a motor vehicle braking system that electronically monitors and adjusts individual wheel speeds during braking to ...
antilock brake
/an"tee lok', an"tuy-/ a brake equipped with a computer-controlled device that prevents the wheel from locking. [1985-1990] * * *
antilog
/an"ti lawg', -log/, n. Math. antilogarithm. [by shortening] * * *
antilogarithm
—antilogarithmic, adj. /an'ti law"geuh ridh'euhm, -rith'-, -log"euh-/, n. Math. the number of which a given number is the logarithm; antilog [1790-1800; ANTI- + LOGARITHM] * * *
antilogarithmic
See antilogarithm. * * *
antilogism
—antilogistic, adj. —antilogistically, adv. /an til"euh jiz'euhm/, n. Logic. a group of three inconsistent propositions, two of which are premises of a syllogism that ...
antilogy
/an til"euh jee/, n., pl. antilogies. a contradiction in terms or ideas. [1605-15; < Gk antilogía controversy, discussion. See ANTI-, -LOGY] * * *
antilottery
adj. * * *
antilynching
adj. * * *
antimacassar
/an'ti meuh kas"euhr/, n. a small covering, usually ornamental, placed on the backs and arms of upholstered furniture to prevent wear or soiling; a tidy. [1850-55; ANTI- + ...
antimachination
adj. * * *
antimachine
adj. * * *
antimachinery
adj. * * *
antimacho
adj. * * *
Antimachus
/an tim"euh keuhs/, n. 1. Also called the Colophonian. fl. c410 B.C. Greek poet. 2. (in the Iliad) a chieftain who believed that the Trojans should not return Helen to ...
Antimachus of Colophon
▪ Greek poet and scholar flourished c. 410 BC, Colophon, Ionia [in modern Turkey]       Greek poet and scholar, author of an epic in 24 books entitled Thebais, about ...
antimagnetic
/an'tee mag net"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. resistant to magnetization. 2. (of a precision instrument, watch, etc.) having the critical parts composed of antimagnetic materials, and ...
antimalarial
antimalarial [an΄tīmə ler′ē əl, an΄tēmə ler′ē əl, an΄timə ler′ē əl] adj. preventing or relieving malaria n. an antimalarial drug * * * an·ti·ma·lar·i·al ...
antimale
n., adj. * * *
antiman
adj. * * *
antimanagement
adj., n. * * *
antimanic
/an'tee man"ik, -may"nik, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. preventing, curing, or palliating the symptoms of mania. n. 2. Pharm. a pharmacological substance used to treat mania, as ...
antimasque
—antimasquer, antimasker, n. /an"ti mask', -mahsk'/, n. a comic or grotesque performance, as a dance, presented before or between the acts of a masque. Also, ...
antimaterialist
n., adj. * * *
antimatter
/an"tee mat'euhr, an"tuy-/, n. Physics. matter composed only of antiparticles, esp. antiprotons, antineutrons, and positrons. [1950-55; ANTI- + MATTER] * * * Substance composed ...
antimechanist
n., adj. * * *
antimechanistic
adj. * * *
antimediaeval
adj.; antimediaevally, adv. * * *
antimediaevalist
n., adj. * * *
antimedical
adj.; antimedically, adv. * * *
antimedication
adj. * * *
antimedicative
adj. * * *
antimedicine
adj. * * *
antimedieval
adj.; antimedievally, adv. * * *
antimedievalist
n., adj. * * *
antimension
/ahn'dee meen"see awn/; Eng. /an'ti men"see on'/, n., pl. antimensia /-see ah/; Eng. /-see euh/. Gk. Orth. Ch. a consecrated linen or silk cloth, kept on an altar, to which is ...
antimensium
/an'ti men"see euhm/, n., pl. antimensia /-see euh/. antimension. * * *
antimere
—antimeric /an'teuh mer"ik/, adj. —antimerism /an tim"euh riz'euhm/, n. /an"teuh mear'/, n. Zool. 1. a segment or division of the body having a corresponding segment or ...
antimerger
adj. * * *
antimerging
adj. * * *
antimeric
See antimere. * * *
antimetabolic
See antimetabolite. * * *
antimetabolite
/an'tee meuh tab"euh luyt', an'tuy-/, n. 1. Biochem. any substance that interferes with growth of an organism by competing with or substituting for an essential nutrient in an ...
antimetaphysical
adj.; antimetaphysically, adv. * * *
antimethod
adj. * * *
antimethodic
adj. * * *
antimethodical
adj.; antimethodically, adv.; antimethodicalness, n. * * *
antimicrobial
antimicrobial [an΄tīmī krō′bē əl, an΄tēmī krō′bē əl, an΄timī krō′bē əl] adj. able to inhibit or control microbes n. an antimicrobial substance or drug * * ...
antimicrobial agent
▪ pharmacology Introduction       any of a large variety of chemical compounds and physical agents that are used to destroy microorganisms or to prevent their ...
antimilitant
/an'tee mil"i teuhnt, an'tuy-/ adj. 1. opposing military power, esp. its increase or development or the influence of military leaders. n. 2. a person who opposes military power, ...
antimilitarist
n., adj. * * *
antimilitary
adj. * * *
antiministerial
adj.; antiministerially, adv. * * *
antiministerialist
n., adj. * * *
antimiscegenation
n., adj. * * *
antimissile
/an'tee mis"euhl, an'tuy-/ or, esp. Brit., /-mis"uyl/, Mil. adj. 1. designed or used in defense against guided enemy missiles. n. 2. a ballistic device for seeking and destroying ...
antimissile missile
a ballistic missile for seeking and destroying missiles in flight. [1955-60] * * *
antimitotic
/an'tee muy tot"ik, -mi-, an'tuy-/, Biochem., Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to certain substances capable of arresting the process of cell division. n. 2. any such substance, ...
antimodern
adj., n.; antimodernly, adv.; antimodernness, n. * * *
antimodernist
n., adj. * * *
antimodernistic
adj. * * *
antimonarch
adj., n. * * *
antimonarchal
adj.; antimonarchally, adv. * * *
antimonarchial
adj. * * *
antimonarchic
adj. * * *
antimonarchical
adj.; antimonarchically, adv. * * *
antimonarchist
n., adj. * * *
antimonarchy
adj. * * *
antimonate
/an"teuh meuh nayt'/, n. Chem. a salt containing pentavalent antimony and oxygen, as potassium antimonate, KSb(OH)6. Also, antimoniate /an'teuh moh"nee ayt', -it/. [1850-55; ...
antimonial
antimonial [an΄tə mō′nē əl] adj. of or containing antimony n. a medicine, etc. containing antimony * * * an·ti·mo·ni·al (ăn'tə-mōʹnē-əl) adj. Of or containing ...
antimonic
/an'teuh moh"nik, -mon"ik/, adj. Chem. of or containing antimony, esp. in the pentavalent state. [1825-35; ANTIMON(Y) + -IC] * * *
antimonic acid
Chem. See antimony pentoxide. [1825-35] * * *
antimonide
/an"teuh meuh nuyd', -nid/, n. Chem. a binary compound containing antimony and a second element, usually a metal. [1860-65; ANTIMON(Y) + -IDE] * * * ▪ mineral       any ...
antimonopolist
n., adj. * * *
antimonopoly
adj. * * *
antimonous
/an"teuh meuh neuhs, -moh'neuhs/, adj. Chem. of or containing antimony, esp. in the trivalent state. Also, antimonious /an'teuh moh"nee euhs/. [1825-35; ANTIMON(Y) + -OUS] * * *
antimonsoon
/an'tee mon soohn"/, n. Meteorol. a current of air lying above a monsoon and moving in an opposite direction. [ANTI- + MONSOON] * * *
antimony
—antimonial, adj., n. /an"teuh moh'nee/, n. Chem. a brittle, lustrous, white metallic element occurring in nature free or combined, used chiefly in alloys and in compounds in ...
antimony 124
Chem. the radioactive isotope of antimony having a mass number of 124 and a half-life of 60 days, used chiefly as a tracer. * * *
antimony glance
antimony glance n. STIBNITE * * *
antimony hydride
Chem. stibine. * * *
antimony oxychloride
Chem. a white, water-insoluble powder, SbOCl, used chiefly in the manufacture of antimony salts. Also called Algaroth powder. * * *
antimony pentasulfide
/pen'teuh sul"fuyd/, Chem. a deep-yellow, water-insoluble powder, Sb2S5, used chiefly as a pigment in oil and water colors. * * *
antimony pentoxide
/pen tok"suyd/, Chem. a white or yellowish, water-insoluble powder, Sb2O5, used chiefly in the synthesis of antimonates. Also called antimonic acid. * * *
antimony poisoning
      harmful effects upon body tissues and functions of ingesting or inhaling certain compounds of antimony. Such poisoning resembles arsenic ...
antimony potassium tartrate
Chem. See tartar emetic. Also, antimonyl potassium tartrate. * * *
antimony sulfate
Chem. a white, crystalline, deliquescent, water-insoluble solid, Sb2(SO4)3, used chiefly in the manufacture of explosives. * * *
antimony sulfide
Chem. 1. See antimony pentasulfide. 2. See antimony trisulfide. * * *
antimony trifluoride
Chem. a white to grayish-white, crystalline, hygroscopic, water-soluble, poisonous solid, SbF3, used chiefly in dyeing textiles. * * *
antimony trisulfide
Chem. a black or orange-red, crystalline, water-insoluble solid, Sb2S3, used chiefly as a pigment in paints and in the manufacture of fireworks and matches. * * *
antimony yellow.
—antimony-yellow, adj. See Naples yellow. * * *
antimonyl
/an"teuh meuh nil, an tim"euh-/, n. Chem. the univalent group -SbO, believed to exist in certain compounds, as antimony potassium tartrate, K(SbO)C4H4O6. [ANTIMON(Y) + -YL] * * *
antimoral
adj. * * *
antimoralism
n. * * *
antimoralist
n., adj. * * *
antimoralistic
adj. * * *
antimorality
adj. * * *
antimusic
n., adj. * * *
antimusical
adj.; antimusically, adv.; antimusicalness, n. * * *
antimutagenic
/an'tee myooh'teuh jen"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. Genetics. capable of reducing the frequency of mutation. [ANTI- + MUTAGENIC] * * *
antimystic
adj., n. * * *
antimystical
adj.; antimystically, adv.; antimysticalness, n. * * *
Antin, David
▪ American poet born Feb. 1, 1932, New York, N.Y., U.S.       American poet, translator, and art critic who became best known for his improvisational “talk poems,” ...
Antin, Mary
▪ American writer born June 13, 1881, Polotsk, Russia died May 15, 1949, Suffern, N.Y., U.S.       American author remembered for her autobiographical work The Promised ...
antinarcotic
adj., n. * * *
antinarcotics
adj. * * *
antinational
adj.; antinationally, adv. * * *
antinationalist
n., adj. * * *
antinatural
adj.; antinaturally, adv.; antinaturalness, n. * * *
antinaturalist
n., adj. * * *
antinature
adj., n. * * *
antinauseant
adj., n. * * *
antineoplastic
/an'tee nee'oh plas"tik, an'tuy-/, Med., Pharm. adj. 1. destroying, inhibiting, or preventing the growth or spread of neoplasms. n. 2. an antineoplastic substance. [1965-70; ...
antinepotism
n. * * *
antineuralgic
adj., n. * * *
antineuritic
adj., n. * * *
antineutral
adj., n.; antineutrally, adv. * * *
antineutrino
/an'tee nooh tree"noh, -nyooh-, an'tuy-/, n., pl. antineutrinos. Physics. the antiparticle of a neutrino, distinguished from the neutrino by having clockwise rather than ...
antineutron
/an'tee nooh"tron, -nyooh"-, an'tuy-/, n. Physics. 1. an elementary particle having no charge and having a mass and spin equal to that of the neutron but with magnetic moment ...
anting
/an"ting/, n. the placing of ants among the feathers, done by certain birds apparently to kill parasites. [1935-40; ANT + -ING1, as trans. of G Einemsen] * * *
antinihilism
n. * * *
antinihilist
n., adj. * * *
antinihilistic
adj. * * *
antinodal
See antinode. * * *
antinode
—antinodal, adj. /an"ti nohd'/, n. Physics. the region of maximum amplitude between two adjacent nodes in a standing wave. [1880-85; ANTI- + NODE] * * *
antinoise
/an'tee noyz", an'tuy-/, adj. designed to reduce or ban excessively loud sound, as of jet engines or traffic: antinoise legislation. [1905-10; ANTI- + NOISE] * * *
antinome
an·ti·nome (ănʹtə-nōm') n. One that is contradictory or contrary to another; an opposite.   [anti- + Greek nomos, law; see antinomy.] * * *


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