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antinomian
—antinomianism, n. /an'ti noh"mee euhn/, n. a person who maintains that Christians are freed from the moral law by virtue of grace as set forth in the gospel. [1635-45; < ML ...
antinomianism
an·ti·no·mi·an·ism (ăn'tĭ-nōʹmē-ə-nĭz'əm) n. 1. Theology. The doctrine or belief that the Gospel frees Christians from required obedience to any law, whether ...
antinomic
See antinomy. * * *
antinomy
—antinomic /an'ti nom"ik/, antinomical, adj. /an tin"euh mee/, n., pl. antinomies. 1. opposition between one law, principle, rule, etc., and another. 2. Philos. a contradiction ...
Antinoöpolis
▪ historic site, Egypt modern  Sheikh ʿIbade        Roman city in ancient Egypt, on the east bank of the Nile, 24 miles (38 km) south of modern al-Minyā in ...
Antinori, Severino
▪ 2002       On Jan. 25, 2001, Severino Antinori, an Italian physician and research scientist specializing in human fertility, announced that he planned to begin work on ...
antinormal
adj.; antinormalness, n. * * *
Antinous
/an tin"oh euhs/, n. Class. Myth. the chief suitor of Penelope, killed by Odysseus upon his return from Troy. * * * ▪ companion of Hadrian born c. 110, Bithynium, ...
antinovel
—antinovelist, n. /an"tee nov'euhl, an"tuy-/, n. a literary work in which the author rejects the use of traditional elements of novel structure, esp. in regard to development ...
antinovelist
See antinovel. * * *
antinuclear
/an'tee nooh"klee euhr, -nyooh"-, an'tuy-/ or, by metathesis, /-kyeuh leuhr/, adj. 1. opposed to the building, stockpiling, or use of nuclear weapons. 2. opposed to the building ...
antinucleon
/an'tee nooh"klee on', -nyooh"-, an'tuy-/, n. Physics. an antiproton or an antineutron. [1945-50; ANTI- + NUCLEON] * * *
antinuke
/an'tee noohk", -nyoohk", an'tuy-/, Informal. adj. 1. antinuclear. n. 2. Also, antinuker. a person who supports antinuclear programs. [1970-75; ANTI- + NUKE] * * *
antinuker
See antinuke. * * *
antinutrient
—antinutritive /an'tee nooh"treuh tiv, -nyooh"-, an"tuy-/, adj. /an'tee nooh"tree euhnt, -nyooh"-, an'tuy-/, n. Biochem. a substance that interferes with the utilization of one ...
antiobesity
adj., n., pl. antiobesities. * * *
antiobscenity
n., pl. antiobscenities, adj. * * *
Antioch
—Antiochian /an'tee oh"kee euhn/, n., adj. /an"tee ok'/, n. 1. Arabic, Antakiya. Turkish, Antakya. a city in S Turkey: capital of the ancient kingdom of Syria 300-64 B.C. ...
Antioch University
▪ university, Yellow Springs, Ohio, United States       private coeducational institution of higher learning founded in 1852 as Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, ...
Antioch, Council of
▪ historical church council       (AD 341), a non-ecumenical Christian church council held at Antioch (modern Antakya in southeastern Turkey) on the occasion of the ...
Antioch, School of
▪ school, Syria       Christian theological institution in Syria, traditionally founded in about AD 200, that stressed the literal interpretation of the Bible and the ...
Antiochene rite
▪ Christianity also called  West Syrian rite        the system of liturgical practices and discipline observed by Syrian (Syrian Catholic Church) Monophysites ...
Antiochus
Antiochus Antiochus1 [an tī′ə kəs] n. name of thirteen kings of the Seleucid dynasty of Syria Antiochus2 [an tī′ə kəs] 1. Antiochus III 242-187 B.C.; Syrian king ...
Antiochus Hierax
▪ Seleucid king flourished c. 263–226 BC       younger brother of Seleucus II (Seleucus II Callinicus), heir to the Seleucid dominions in the Middle East. During his ...
Antiochus I Soter
born с 324 died 261 BC King of Seleucid Syria in the east (292?–281 BC) and later overall (281–261). Son of Seleucus I, he consolidated the Seleucid kingdom, founded ...
Antiochus II Theos
▪ Seleucid king born c. 287 BC died 246       king of the Seleucid dominions in the Middle East, who succeeded his father, Antiochus I, in 261 BC and spent much of his ...
Antiochus III
/an tuy"euh keuhs/ ("the Great") 241?-187 B.C., king of Syria 223-187. * * * known as Antiochus the Great born 242 died 187 BC, near Susa, Iran Seleucid king of the Syrian ...
Antiochus IV
(Antiochus Epiphanes) died 164? B.C., king of Syria 175-164?. * * *
Antiochus IV Epiphanes
born с 215 died 164 BC, Tabae, Iran Seleucid king of the Hellenistic Syrian kingdom (175–164 BC). Son of Antiochus III, he was taken hostage in Rome (189–175), where he ...
Antiochus Of Ascalon
▪ Greek philosopher born c. 120 BC died 68 BC       Greek philosopher who followed Philo of Larissa as the head of the Academy, charting a new course for Platonism. He ...
Antiochus VII Sidetes
▪ Seleucid king born c. 159 BC died 129       who, after reuniting his country, ruled as king of the Seleucid state of Syria in 139/138–129 BC and successfully ...
antiodontalgic
/an'tee oh'don tal"jik, an'tuy-/, Dentistry. adj. 1. relieving the pain of a toothache. n. 2. a toothache remedy. Also, antodontalgic. [1810-20; ANTI- + ODONTALGIC] * * *
Antiope
▪ Greek mythology       in Greek legend, the mother, by the god Zeus, of the twins Amphion (Amphion and Zethus) and Zethus. According to one account, her beauty ...
antioptimism
n. * * *
antioptimist
n., adj. * * *
antioptimistic
adj. * * *
antioptimistical
adj.; antioptimistically, adv. * * *
antiorthodox
adj.; antiorthodoxly, adv. * * *
antioxidant
/an'tee ok"si deuhnt, an'tuy-/, n. 1. Chem. any substance that inhibits oxidation, as a substance that inhibits oxidative deterioration of gasoline, rubbers, plastics, soaps, ...
antioxidizer
n. * * *
antioxidizing
adj. * * *
antioxygenating
adj. * * *
antiozonant
/an'tee oh"zoh neuhnt, an'tuy-/, n. Chem. an admixture to natural or synthetic rubber for preventing ozonolysis. [1950-55; ANTI- + ozonant (OZON(IZE) + -ANT)] * * *
antipacifism
n. * * *
antipacifist
n., adj. * * *
antipacifistic
adj. * * *
antipapacy
adj. * * *
antipapal
adj. * * *
antipapalist
n., adj. * * *
antipapism
n. * * *
antipapist
n., adj. * * *
antipapistic
adj. * * *
antipapistical
adj. * * *
antiparabema
/an'ti par'euh bee"meuh/, n., pl. antiparabemata /-meuh teuh/. either of two chapels at the west end of an Armenian or Byzantine church. [ANTI- + NGk parabêma < Gk para- PARA-1 ...
antiparallel
/an'tee par"euh lel', an'tuy-/, adj. Math, Physics. (of two vectors) pointing in opposite directions. [1650-60; ANTI- + PARALLEL] * * *
antiparasitic
n., adj. * * *
antiparasitical
adj.; antiparasitically, adv. * * *
antiparliament
adj. * * *
antiparticle
/an"tee pahr'ti keuhl, an"tuy-/, n. Physics. a particle all of whose properties, as mass, spin, or charge, have the same magnitude as but, where appropriate, the opposite sign of ...
antipasto
/an'ti pah"stoh, -pas"toh/; It. /ahn'tee pahs"taw/, n., pl. antipastos, antipasti /-pah"stee, -pas"tee/; It. /-pahs"tee/. Italian Cookery. a course of appetizers consisting of an ...
Antipater
/an tip"euh teuhr/, n. 398?-319 B.C., Macedonian statesman and general: regent of Macedonia 334-323. * * * died 43 BC Founder of the Herodian dynasty in Palestine. Born in ...
antipathetic
—antipathetically, adv. —antipatheticalness, n. /an'ti peuh thet"ik, an tip'euh-/, adj. 1. opposed, averse, or contrary; having or showing antipathy: They were antipathetic ...
antipathetically
See antipathetic. * * *
antipathogen
n. * * *
antipathogenic
adj. * * *
antipathy
—antipathist, n. /an tip"euh thee/, n., pl. antipathies. 1. a natural, basic, or habitual repugnance; aversion. 2. an instinctive contrariety or opposition in feeling. 3. an ...
antipatriarchal
adj.; antipatriarchally, adv. * * *
antipatriarchy
n., pl. antipatriarchies. * * *
antipatriot
n. * * *
antipatriotic
adj. * * *
antipedal
/an'ti peed"l/, adj. (in a mollusk) located opposite the foot. [ANTI- + PEDAL] * * *
antiperiodic
antiperiodic [an΄tī pir΄ē äd′ik; an΄tēpir΄ē äd′ik, an΄tipir΄ē äd′ik] adj. preventing the periodic return of attacks of disease, as of certain fevers, esp. ...
antiperistalsis
—antiperistaltic /an'tee per'i stal"tik, an'tuy-/, adj. /an'tee per'i stawl"sis, -stal"-, an'tuy-/, n. Physiol. reversed peristaltic action of the intestines, by which their ...
antipersonnel
/an'tee perr'seuh nel", an'tuy-/, adj. Mil. used against enemy personnel rather than against mechanized vehicles, matériel, etc.: antipersonnel bombs. [1935-40; ANTI- + ...
antiperspirant
/an'ti perr"speuhr euhnt/, n. an astringent preparation for reducing perspiration, usually containing aluminum or zirconium and used to prevent body odor and clothing ...
antipestilence
adj. * * *
antipestilent
adj.; antipestilently, adv. * * *
Antiphanes
▪ Greek writer born c. 408–404 BC, Chios [Greek island near modern Turkey] or Rhodes [Greece] or Smyrna [now İzmir, Tur.] died c. 334–330 BC, Chios       prolific ...
antiphilosophic
adj. * * *
antiphilosophical
adj.; antiphilosophically, adv. * * *
antiphilosophy
adj., n., pl. antiphilosophies. * * *
antiphlogistic
/an'tee floh jis"tik, an'tuy-/, Med., Pharm. adj. 1. acting against inflammation or fever. n. 2. an antiphlogistic agent. [1735-45; ANTI- + PHLOGISTIC] * * *
antiphon
/an"teuh fon'/, n. 1. a verse or song to be chanted or sung in response. 2. Eccles. a. a psalm, hymn, or prayer sung in alternate parts. b. a verse or a series of verses sung as ...
antiphonal
—antiphonally, adv. /an tif"euh nl/, adj. 1. pertaining to antiphons or antiphony; responsive. n. 2. an antiphonary. [1685-95; ANTIPHON + -AL1] * * *
antiphonal singing
▪ music       alternate singing by two choirs or singers. Antiphonal singing is of great antiquity and occurs in the folk and liturgical music of many cultures. ...
antiphonally
See antiphonal. * * *
antiphonary
/an tif"euh ner'ee/, n., pl. antiphonaries. a book of antiphons. [1425-75; late ME < ML antiphonarium; learned borrowing r. earlier versions, which had undergone changes: ME ...
antiphony
—antiphonic /an'teuh fon"ik/, adj. —antiphonically, adv. /an tif"euh nee/, n., pl. antiphonies. 1. alternate or responsive singing by a choir in two divisions. 2. a psalm, ...
antiphrasis
—antiphrastic /an'ti fras"tik/, antiphrastical, adj. —antiphrastically, adv. /an tif"reuh sis/, n. Rhet. the use of a word in a sense opposite to its proper ...
Antiphus
/an"teuh feuhs/, n. Class. Myth. 1. (in the Iliad) a Trojan ally, the son of Talaemenes and a nymph. 2. a Greek commander who sailed from Troy with Odysseus and was devoured by ...
antiphysical
adj.; antiphysically, adv.; antiphysicalness, n. * * *
antipill
n. * * *
antipiracy
n., pl. antipiracies, adj. * * *
antiplague
n., adj. * * *
antiplastic
/an'tee plas"tik, an'tuy-/, adj. allaying or preventing the growth of new tissue. [ANTI- + PLASTIC] * * *
antiplatelet
an·ti·plate·let (ăn'tē-plātʹlĭt, ăn'tī-) adj. Acting against or destroying blood platelets. * * *
antipleasure
n., adj. * * *
antipoaching
adj. * * *
antipodal
/an tip"euh dl/, adj. 1. Geog. on the opposite side of the globe; pertaining to the antipodes. 2. diametrically opposite: twin brothers with antipodal personalities. 3. Bot. (in ...
antipode
/an"ti pohd'/, n. a direct or exact opposite. [1540-50; back formation from ANTIPODES] * * *
antipodean
See antipodes. * * *
antipodes
—antipodean /an tip'euh dee"euhn/, adj., n. /an tip"euh deez'/, n.pl. 1. places diametrically opposite each other on the globe. 2. those who dwell there. [1350-1400; ME < L < ...
Antipodes
/an tip"euh deez'/, n. (used with a pl. v.) a group of islands SE of and belonging to New Zealand. 24 sq. mi. (62 sq. km). * * *
Antipodes Islands
▪ islands, New Zealand       outlying island group of New Zealand in the South Pacific Ocean, 350 miles (560 km) southeast of South Island, comprising a central island ...
antipoetic
/an'tee poh et"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. of or pertaining to elements or techniques used in a poem not conventionally thought to be suitable or traditional. [1840-50; ANTI- + POETIC] * ...
antipoetical
adj.; antipoetically, adv. * * *
antipolar
adj. * * *
antipole
/an"ti pohl'/, n. the opposite pole. [1815-25; ANTI- + POLE] * * *
antipolitical
adj.; antipolitically, adv. * * *
antipolitics
adj. * * *
antipollution
—antipollutionist, n. /an'tee peuh looh"sheuhn, an'tuy-/, adj. designed to prevent or reduce environmental pollution: antipollution laws; an antipollution campaign. [1920-25; ...
antipollutionist
See antipollution. * * *
Antipolo
▪ Philippines       municipality, central Luzon, Philippines. Lying 12 miles (19 km) east of Manila in the Sierra Madre foothills, it was founded in 1578. Antipolo is ...
antipope
/an"ti pohp'/, n. a person who is elected or claims to be pope in opposition to another held to be canonically chosen. [1570-80; ANTI- + POPE; r. antipape < ML antipapa, modeled ...
antipopery
n. * * *
antipopular
adj. * * *
antipopularization
adj., n. * * *
antiporn
adj. * * *
antipornography
n., adj. * * *
antipoverty
/an'tee pov"euhr tee, an'tuy-/, adj. designed or directed to reduce or abolish poverty (used esp. in describing certain governmental programs). [ANTI- + POVERTY] * * *
antipragmatic
adj. * * *
antipragmatical
adj.; antipragmatically, adv. * * *
antipragmatist
n., adj. * * *
antipredator
n. * * *
antiprelatist
n., adj. * * *
antipriest
adj. * * *
antipriesthood
adj. * * *
antiproductive
adj.; antiproductively, adv.; antiproductiveness, n. * * *
antiproductivity
adj., n. * * *
antiprogressionist
n., adj. * * *
antiprogressive
adj. * * *
antiprohibition
adj., n. * * *
antiprohibitionist
n., adj. * * *
antiproliferation
/an'tee preuh lif'euh ray"sheuhn/, adj. 1. opposing an increase in nuclear weapons, esp. in allowing additional countries to obtain them. 2. taking or containing measures to curb ...
antiproliferative
/an'tee proh lif"euh ray'tiv, an'tuy-/, Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to a substance used to prevent or retard the spread of cells, esp. malignant cells, into surrounding ...
antiprostitution
adj., n. * * *
antiprotectionist
n., adj. * * *
antiproton
/an"tee proh'ton, an"tuy-/, n. Physics. an elementary particle having negative charge equal in magnitude to that of the electron and having the same mass and spin as a proton; ...
antiprotozoal
adj., n. * * *
antipruritic
/an'tee proo rit"ik, an'tuy-/, Med., Pharm. adj. 1. relieving or preventing itching. n. 2. an antipruritic agent. [1875-80; ANTI- + PRURITIC] * * *
antipsalmist
n., adj. * * *
antipsychotic
/an'tee suy kot"ik, an'tuy-/, Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to any of various substances used in the treatment of psychosis, esp. schizophrenia, and acute or severe states of ...
antipsychoticdrug
antipsychotic drug n. Any of a group of drugs, such as the phenothiazines or butyrophenones, that are used to treat psychosis. Also called major tranquilizer, neuroleptic. * * *
antipuritan
n., adj. * * *
antipyresis
See antipyretic. * * *
antipyretic
—antipyresis /an'tee puy ree"sis, an'tuy-/, n. /an'tee puy ret"ik, an'tuy-/, Med., Pharm. adj. 1. checking or preventing fever. n. 2. an antipyretic agent. [1675-85; ANTI- + ...
antipyrine
antipyrine [an΄tīpī′rēn΄, an΄tēpī′rēn΄, an΄tipī′rēn΄, an΄tī pī′rin΄, an΄tē pī′rin΄, an΄ti pī′rin΄] n. 〚
antipyrotic
/an'tee puy rot"ik, an'tuy-/, Med., Pharm. adj. 1. relieving the pain and stimulating the healing of burns. n. 2. an antipyrotic agent. [1830-40; ANTI- + Gk pyrotikós burning, ...
antiq
antiq abbrev. 1. antiquarian 2. antiquity; antiquities * * *
antiq.
1. antiquarian. 2. antiquary. 3. antiquity. * * *
antiquarian
—antiquarianism, n. /an'ti kwair"ee euhn/, adj. 1. pertaining to antiquaries or to the study of antiquities. 2. of, dealing in, or interested in old or rare books. n. 3. an ...
antiquarianism
See antiquarian. * * *
antiquark
/an"tee kwawrk', -kwahrk', an"tuy-/, n. Physics. the antiparticle of a quark. [ANTI- + QUARK] * * *
antiquary
/an"ti kwer'ee/, n., pl. antiquaries. 1. an expert on or student of antiquities. 2. a collector of antiquities. [1555-65; < L antiquarius a student of the past, equiv. to ...
antiquate
—antiquation, n. /an"ti kwayt'/, v.t., antiquated, antiquating. 1. to make obsolete, old-fashioned, or out of date by replacing with something newer or better: This latest ...
antiquated
—antiquatedness, n. /an"ti kway'tid/, adj. 1. continued from, resembling, or adhering to the past; old-fashioned: antiquated attitudes. 2. no longer used; obsolete or ...
antiquatedness
See antiquated. * * *
antiquation
See antiquate. * * *
antique
—antiquely, adv. —antiqueness, n. /an teek"/, adj., n., v., antiqued, antiquing. adj. 1. of or belonging to the past; not modern. 2. dating from a period long ago: antique ...
antique glass.
See pot metal (def. 4). * * *
antique hunting
➡ antiques * * *
antique shops
➡ antiques * * *
antiquely
See antique. * * *
antiqueness
See antiquely. * * *
antiquer
/an tee"keuhr/, n. 1. a person who takes a special interest in antiques; a collector of antiquities; antiquary. 2. a person who simulates antique furniture by using processes ...
antiques
Some people say that anything over 50 years old can be called an antique, while others say an antique must be over 100 years old. The term is usually applied to objects that are ...
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: Sotheby's Birthday
▪ 1995       At precisely 12 noon on March 11, 1994, Sotheby's, the world's leading art auction house, invited each staff member to raise a glass of champagne to toast ...
Antiques fairs
➡ antiques * * *
Antiques Roadshow
a popular BBC television programme in which members of the public bring interesting old possessions, e.g. furniture or pottery, for experts to examine and talk about their ...
antiquing
➡ antiques * * *
Antiquing for the Ages: The Search for Hidden Treasures
▪ 2002       The promise of huge payoffs sent droves of treasure seekers to attics, basements, yard sales, and trash piles in 2001. Fueling the antique mania was the ...
Antiquities of the Jews, The
▪ work by Josephus Latin  Antiquitates Judaicae,         an account of Jewish history from its early beginnings to the revolt against Rome in AD 66, written in Greek ...
antiquity
/an tik"wi tee/, n., pl. antiquities. 1. the quality of being ancient; ancientness: a bowl of great antiquity. 2. ancient times; former ages: the splendor of antiquity. 3. the ...
antirabies
adj., n. * * *
antirachitic
antirachitic [an΄tī rə kit′ik; an΄tērə kit′ik, an΄tirə kit′ik] adj. that cures or prevents rickets n. a remedy or preventive for rickets * * * an·ti·ra·chit·ic ...
antiracial
adj.; antiracially, adv. * * *
antiracing
adj. * * *
antiracism
n. * * *
antiracist
n., adj. * * *
antiradar
n., adj. * * *
antiradiant
adj. * * *
antiradiating
adj. * * *
antiradiation
adj. * * *
antiradical
/an'tee rad"i keuhl, an'tuy-/, adj. opposed to radicalism or radicals. [1865-70; ANTI- + RADICAL] * * *
antirape
adj., n. * * *
antirational
adj.; antirationally, adv. * * *
antirationalist
n., adj. * * *
antirationality
n., adj. * * *
antireacting
adj. * * *
antireaction
adj., n. * * *
antireactionary
n., pl. antireactionaries, adj. * * *
antireactive
adj. * * *
antirealism
n. * * *
antirealist
n., adj. * * *
antirealistic
adj. * * *
antireality
adj. * * *
antirecession
n., adj. * * *
antirecessionary
/an'tee ri sesh"euh ner'ee, an'tuy-/, adj. used to counteract or offset the economic effects of a recession: the President's antirecessionary program. [‡1970-75, Amer.; ANTI- + ...
antired
adj. * * *
antireducer
n. * * *
antireducing
adj., n. * * *
antireduction
adj. * * *
antireductive
adj. * * *
antireflection coating
/an'tee ri flek"sheuhn, an'tuy-/, Optics. a thin film consisting of one or more layers of transparent material applied to lenses to reduce reflection. [ANTI- + REFLECTION] * * *
antireflective
adj.; antireflectively, adv.; antireflectiveness, n. * * *
antireflexive
/an'tee ri flek"siv, an'tuy-/, adj. Math. noting a relation in which no element is in relation to itself, as "less than." [ANTI- + REFLEXIVE] * * *
antireform
adj. * * *
antireformer
n. * * *
antireforming
adj., n. * * *
antireformist
n., adj. * * *
antiregulatory
adj. * * *
antirejection
/an'tee ri jek"sheuhn, an'tuy-/, adj. preventing the rejection of a transplanted organ: antirejection drugs. [l965-70] * * *
antireligion
adj. * * *
antireligionist
n., adj. * * *
antireligious
adj.; antireligiously, adv. * * *
Antiremonstrant
/an'tee ri mon"streuhnt, an'tuy-/, n. a member or supporter of that party in the Dutch Calvinistic Church which opposed the Remonstrants or Arminians. [ANTI- + REMONSTRANT] * * *
antirent
—antirenter, n. —antirentism, n. /an'tee rent", an'tuy-/, adj. noting or pertaining to a political party (1839-47) in New York that opposed the payment of rents to ...
Antirent War
(1839–46) Civil protest by leaseholding farmers in upper New York state. Protesting outdated laws based on semifeudal leaseholding practices of the early Dutch estate owners, ...
antirepublican
adj., n. * * *
antiresistant
adj., n.; antiresistantly, adv. * * *
antiresonance
/an'tee rez"euh neuhns, an'tuy-/, n. Physics. a phenomenon in an electric, acoustic, or other such system in which the impedance is tending to infinity. [1920-25; ANTI- + ...
antirestoration
adj. * * *
antirevisionist
n., adj. * * *
antirevolution
adj. * * *
antirevolutionary
n., pl. antirevolutionaries, adj. * * *
antirheumatic
adj., n. * * *
antirights
n., adj. * * *
antiriot
adj., n. * * *
antiritual
adj. * * *
antiritualist
n., adj. * * *
antiritualistic
adj. * * *
antirobbery
adj. * * *
antiroll bar
/an'tee rohl", an'tuy-/, Auto. 1. See roll bar. 2. See stabilizer bar. [1965-70; ANTI- + ROLL] * * *
antiromance
adj. * * *
antiromantic
adj., n. * * *
antiromanticist
n., adj. * * *
antiroyal
adj. * * *
antiroyalism
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