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antiroyalist
n., adj. * * *
antirrhinum
antirrhinum [an΄tə rī′nəm] n. 〚ModL < Gr antirrhinon, snapdragon < anti-, like + rhis (gen. rhinos), nose〛 SNAPDRAGON (sense 1) * * *
antirust
/an'tee rust", an'tuy-, an"ti rust'/, adj. 1. preventing or resisting rust. 2. rustproof. n. 3. something that prevents or resists rust. [ANTI- + RUST] * * *
antisag
adj. * * *
Antisana
/ahn'tee sah"nah/, n. Mount, an active volcano in N central Ecuador, near Quito. 18,885 ft. (5756 m). * * *
antisatellite
/an'tee sat"l uyt', an"tuy-/, adj. (of a weapon or weapon system) designed to destroy an enemy's orbiting satellite. Abbr.: ASAT [1960-65; ANTI- + SATELLITE] * * *
antisceptic
n. * * *
antisceptical
adj. * * *
antischolastic
adj., n. * * *
antischool
adj. * * *
antiscience
adj., n. * * *
antiscientific
adj. * * *
antiscorbutic
/an'tee skawr byooh"tik, an'tuy-/, Med., Pharm. adj. 1. efficacious against scurvy. n. 2. an antiscorbutic agent, as ascorbic acid. [1715-25; ANTI- + SCORBUTIC] * * *
antiscorbutic acid
antiscorbutic acid n. VITAMIN C * * *
antiscriptural
adj. * * *
antisecrecy
adj. * * *
antisecretory
an·ti·se·cre·to·ry (ăn'tē-sĭ-krēʹtə-rē, ăn'tī-) adj. Inhibiting or decreasing secretion, especially gastric secretions.   an'ti·se·creʹto·ry n. * * *
antisedition
adj. * * *
antisegregation
n., adj. * * *
antiselection
/an'tee si lek"sheuhn, an'tuy-/, n. Insurance. See adverse selection. [ANTI- + SELECTION] * * *
antisense
/an'tee sens", an'tuy-/, adj. of or pertaining to a gene that is derived from RNA or complementary DNA, is inserted in reverse orientation into a strand of DNA, and is used in ...
antisensitivity
n., pl. antisensitivities, adj. * * *
antisensitizing
adj. * * *
antisensuality
n., pl. antisensualities, adj. * * *
antisensuous
adj.; antisensuously, adv.; antisensuousness, n. * * *
antisentimental
adj.; antisentimentally, adv. * * *
antisepsis
/an'teuh sep"sis/, n. destruction of the microorganisms that produce sepsis or septic disease. [1870-75; ANTI- + SEPSIS] * * *
antiseptic
/an'teuh sep"tik/, adj. 1. pertaining to or affecting antisepsis. 2. free from or cleaned of germs and other microorganisms. 3. exceptionally clean or neat. 4. free of ...
antiseptically
/an'teuh sep"tik lee/, adv. with the aid of antiseptics. [1880-85; ANTISEPTIC + -AL1 + -LY] * * *
antisepticize
/an'ti sep"teuh suyz'/, v.t., antisepticized, antisepticizing. to treat with antiseptics. Also, esp. Brit., antisepticise. [1905-10; ANTISEPTIC + -IZE] * * *
antiserum
/an"teuh sear'euhm/, n., pl. antiserums, antisera /-sear'euh/. a serum containing antibodies, as antitoxins or agglutinins, obtained by inoculation of animals and used for ...
antisex
adj. * * *
antisexism
n. * * *
antisexist
/an'tee sek"sist, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. opposing sexism. n. 2. a person who opposes sexism. [1980-85; ANTI- + SEXIST] * * *
antisexual
adj.; antisexually, adv. * * *
antisexuality
n., adj. * * *
antishock
adj., n. * * *
antishoplifting
adj. * * *
antisiccative
adj. * * *
antiskate
an·ti·skate (ăn'tē-skātʹ, ăn'tī-) or an·ti·skat·ing (-skāʹtĭng) n. A control mechanism on a phonograph turntable designed to compensate for the natural tendency of ...
antiskating
/an'tee skay"ting, an'tuy-/, adj. of or pertaining to a control or adjustment on a record player that counteracts the tendency of the tone arm to be pulled inward by centripetal ...
antiskeptical
adj. * * *
antiskid
/an'tee skid", an'tuy-/, adj. Auto. designed or constructed to prevent the skidding of a vehicle, esp. by reducing hydraulic pressure in the brake system to prevent the brakes ...
antiskidding
adj. * * *
antiskyjacking
adj. * * *
antislavery
/an'tee slay"veuh ree, -slayv"ree, an'tuy-/, n. 1. opposition to slavery, esp. black slavery. adj. 2. of or pertaining to antislavery. [1810-20, Amer.; ANTI- + SLAVERY] * * *
antisleep
adj. * * *
antislip
adj. * * *
antismog
/an'tee smog", -smawg", an'tuy-/, adj. designed to reduce smog by reducing the pollutants released into the earth's atmosphere: an antismog device for a car's exhaust. [1965-70; ...
antismoke
adj., n. * * *
antismoker
n. * * *
antismoking
/an'tee smoh"king, an'tuy-/, adj. opposed to or promoting the discontinuance of the smoking of tobacco: an antismoking campaign launched by a health agency. [1960-65; ANTI- + ...
antismuggling
adj. * * *
antismut
adj. * * *
antisnob
n. * * *
antisocial
—antisociality, n. —antisocially, adv. /an'tee soh"sheuhl, an'tuy-/, adj. 1. unwilling or unable to associate in a normal or friendly way with other people: He's not ...
antisocial personality
a personality disorder, beginning early in life, characterized by chronic and continuous antisocial behavior in which the rights of others are violated, as by lying, stealing, or ...
antisocialist
/an'tee soh"sheuh list, an'tuy-/, n. 1. a person who opposes socialism. adj. 2. Also, antisocialistic. opposing socialism, made up of antisocialists, etc.: Antisocialist forces ...
antisocially
See antisocial. * * *
antisocialpersonality disorder
antisocial personality disorder n. A personality disorder characterized by chronic antisocial behavior and violation of the law and the rights of others. * * *
antisocietal
adj.; antisocietally, adv. * * *
antisolar
/an'tee soh"leuhr, an'tuy-/, adj. Astron. (on the celestial sphere) opposite the sun. [ANTI- + SOLAR] * * *
antisophism
n. * * *
antisophist
n., adj. * * *
antisophistic
adj. * * *
antisoporific
adj., n. * * *
antispasmodic
adj., n. * * *
antispastic
antispastic [an΄tī spas′tic; an΄tē spas′tic, an΄tispas′tik] adj. relieving or preventing spasms, esp. of voluntary skeletal muscles n. an antispastic drug: See ...
antispeculation
n., adj. * * *
antispeculative
adj.; antispeculatively, adv.; antispeculativeness, n. * * *
antispending
adj. * * *
antispiritual
adj.; antispiritually, adv. * * *
antispiritualist
n., adj. * * *
antisplitting
adj. * * *
antispreader
n. * * *
antispreading
adj. * * *
antistalling
adj. * * *
antistat
/an"ti stat'/, n. Chem. an antistatic agent. [by shortening] * * *
antistate
adj. * * *
antistatic
/an'tee stat"ik, an'tuy-/, adj. pertaining to a material or procedure that disperses, or inhibits the accumulation of, static charges on textiles, phonograph records, paper ...
antistatism
n. * * *
antistatist
n., adj. * * *
antisterility
adj. * * *
Antisthenes
/an tis"theuh neez'/, n. 444?-365? B.C., Greek philosopher: founder of the Cynic school. * * * ▪ Greek philosopher born c. 445 BC died c. 365       Greek philosopher, ...
antistimulant
adj., n. * * *
antistory
/an"tee stawr'ee, -stohr'ee, an"tuy-/, n., pl. antistories. a narrative of short-story length that makes no effort to follow a plot and ignores structural conventions, character ...
antistress
adj. * * *
antistrike
adj. * * *
antistriker
n. * * *
antistrophe
—antistrophic /an'teuh strof"ik, -stroh"fik/, antistrophal, adj. —antistrophically, adv. /an tis"treuh fee/, n. 1. the part of an ancient Greek choral ode answering a ...
antistrophic
See antistrophe. * * *
antistrophically
See antistrophic. * * *
antistructuralist
n., adj. * * *
antistudent
n., adj. * * *
antistyle
n. * * *
antisubmarine
adj. * * *
antisubsidy
n., pl. antisubsidies. * * *
antisudorific
/an'tee sooh'deuh rif"ik, an'tuy-/, Med. n. 1. an antiperspirant. adj. 2. inhibiting perspiration. [ANTI- + SUDORIFIC] * * *
antisuffrage
adj. * * *
antisuffragist
n., adj. * * *
antisuicide
adj. * * *
antisupernatural
adj., n. * * *
antisupernaturalist
n., adj. * * *
antisway bar
/an'tee sway", an'tuy-/. Auto. See stabilizer bar. [ANTI- + SWAY] * * *
antisymmetric
/an'tee si me"trik, an'tuy-/, adj. Math. noting a relation in which one element's dependence on a second implies that the second element is not dependent on the first, as the ...
antisymmetry
adj., n. * * *
antisyndicalist
n., adj. * * *
antisyndication
adj. * * *
antisynod
adj. * * *
antisyphilitic
adj., n. * * *
antitakeover
adj., n. * * *
antitank
/an'tee tangk", an'tuy-/, adj. Mil. designed for use against tanks or other armored vehicles: antitank gun. [1915-20; ANTI- + TANK] * * *
antitank weapon
Any of several guns, missiles, and mines intended for use against tanks. Land mines, ordinary artillery, and other projectiles were used to destroy tanks in World War I. By ...
antitarnish
adj. * * *
antitarnishing
adj. * * *
antitartaric
adj. * * *
antitax
adj. * * *
antitaxation
adj. * * *
antitemperance
adj. * * *
antiterrorism
adj. * * *
antiterrorist
—antiterrorism, n. /an'tee ter"euhr ist, an'tuy-/, adj. used or designed to combat terrorism: antiterrorist tactics. [1960-65; ANTI- + TERRORIST] * * *
antitheft
adj. * * *
antitheologian
n., adj. * * *
antitheological
adj. * * *
antitheology
adj. * * *
antitheoretical
adj.; antitheoretically, adv. * * *
antithesis
/an tith"euh sis/, n., pl. antitheses /-seez'/. 1. opposition; contrast: the antithesis of right and wrong. 2. the direct opposite (usually fol. by of or to): Her behavior was ...
antithetic
—antithetically, adv. /an'teuh thet"ik/, adj. 1. of the nature of or involving antithesis. 2. directly opposed or contrasted; opposite. Also, antithetical. [1575-85; < Gk ...
antithetical
antithetical [an΄tə thet′i kəl] adj. 〚obs. antithetic, opposite (< Gr antithetikos < antithenai: see ANTITHESIS) + -AL〛 1. of or containing antithesis 2. exactly ...
antithetically
See antithetical. * * *
antithyroid
adj., n. * * *
antitobacco
adj. * * *
antitonic
adj., n. * * *
antitorque rotor
/an'tee tawrk", an'tuy-/, Aeron. (on certain helicopters) a small rotor on the tail, turning in the vertical plane and providing a thrust whose torque opposes and compensates for ...
antitoxic
/an'ti tok"sik, an'tee-/, adj. 1. counteracting toxic influences. 2. of or serving as an antitoxin. [1885-90; ANTI- + TOXIC] * * *
antitoxin
/an'ti tok"sin, an'tee-/, n. 1. a substance, formed in the body, that counteracts a specific toxin. 2. the antibody formed in immunization with a given toxin, used in treating ...
antitrade
/an"ti trayd'/, n. 1. antitrades, westerly winds lying above the trade winds in the tropics. adj. 2. noting or pertaining to such a wind. [1850-55; ANTI- + TRADE] * * *
antitrades
antitrades [an′ti trādz΄, an′tītrādz΄] pl.n. winds moving above and opposite to the tropical trade winds: as they reach the Temperate Zones, they descend to the surface, ...
antitradition
adj. * * *
antitraditional
adj.; antitraditionally, adv. * * *
antitraditionalist
n., adj. * * *
antitragus
/an ti"treuh geuhs/, n., pl. antitragi /-juy'/. Anat. a process of the external ear. See diag. under ear. [1835-45; < NL < Gk antítragos. See ANTI-, TRAGUS] * * *
antitrust
/an'tee trust", an'tuy-/, adj. opposing or intended to restrain trusts, monopolies, or other large combinations of business and capital, esp. with a view to maintaining and ...
antitrust law
Any law restricting business practices that are considered unfair or monopolistic. Among U.S. laws, the best known is the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, which declared illegal ...
antitrust legislation
n [U] laws introduced in the US to encourage competition in business. Their main aim has been to prevent or control monopolies (= companies which are so large that no others can ...
antitruster
/an'tee trus"teuhr, an'tuy-/, n. Informal. a person who opposes business trusts and favors unrestrained competition among businesses. [1945-50; ANTITRUST + -ER1] * * *
antitubercular
adj. * * *
antituberculous
adj. * * *
antitumor
adj., n. * * *
antitumoral
adj. * * *
antitussive
/an'tee tus"iv, an'tuy-/, Pharm. adj. 1. of or pertaining to a substance that is used to suppress coughing. n. 2. any such substance, as codeine. [1905-10; ANTI- + TUSSIVE] * * *
antitwilight arch
/an'tee twuy"luyt, an'tuy-/ a narrow band, pink or with a purple cast, that sometimes appears at twilight just above the horizon opposite the sun. Also called anticrepuscular ...
antitype
—antitypic /an'ti tip"ik/, antitypical, adj. —antitypically, adv. /an"ti tuyp'/, n. something that is foreshadowed by a type or symbol, as a New Testament event prefigured in ...
antityphoid
adj. * * *
antitypical
See antitype. * * *
antiulcer
adj. * * *
antiunion
—antiunionism, n. —antiunionist, n. /an'tee yoohn"yeuhn, an'tuy-/, adj. opposed to trade unions or unionism. [1805-15, Amer.; ANTI- + UNION] * * *
antiuniversity
adj., n. * * *
antiurban
adj. * * *
antiutilitarian
adj., n. * * *
antiutopia
—antiutopian, adj., n. /an'tee yooh toh"pee euh, an'tuy-/, n. 1. dystopia. 2. a literary work that describes an antiutopia. [1965-70; ANTI- + UTOPIA] * * *
antivaccination
adj. * * *
antivenin
/an'tee ven"in, an'tuy-/, n. 1. an antitoxin present in the blood of an animal following repeated injections of venom. 2. the antitoxic serum obtained from such blood. [1890-95; ...
antiviolence
adj. * * *
antiviral
adj. * * *
antivirus
adj. * * *
antivitamin
/an'tee vuy"teuh min, an'tuy-/ or, Brit., /-vit"euh min/, n. Biochem. any substance that interferes with the action of a vitamin. [1925-30; ANTI- + VITAMIN] * * *
antivivisection
antivivisection [an΄tīviv′ə sek′shən, an΄tēviv′ə sek′shən, an΄tiviv′ə sek′shən] n. opposition to medical research on living animals antivivisectionist n., ...
antivivisectionist
—antivivisectionism, n. /an'tee viv'euh sek"sheuh nist, an'tuy-/, n. 1. a person who opposes vivisection. adj. 2. Also, antivivisection. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of ...
antiwar
adj. * * *
antiwelfare
adj. * * *
antiwhaling
adj. * * *
antiwhite
/an'tee hwuyt", -wuyt", an'tuy-/, adj. 1. prejudiced or discriminating against or hostile toward white people. 2. reflecting or promoting such feelings: antiwhite ...
antiwoman
adj., n., pl. antiwomen. * * *
antiworld
/an"tee werrld', an"tuy-/, n. Often, anti-worlds. Physics. a hypothetical world composed of antimatter. [ANTI- + WORLD] * * *
antiwrinkle
adj. * * *
antixerophthalmic vitamin
/an'tee zear'of thal"mik, an'tuy-/, Biochem. See vitamin A. [ANTI- + XEROPHTHALM(IA) + -IC] * * *
antler
—antlerless, adj. /ant"leuhr/, n. one of the solid deciduous horns, usually branched, of an animal of the deer family. [1350-1400; ME aunteler < MF antoillier < VL ...
Antler orogeny
▪ geological event       a mountain-building event in Late Devonian and Mississippian time (about 340 to 370 million years ago) that affected a linear belt in the ...
antlered
/ant"leuhrd/, adj. 1. having antlers. 2. decorated with antlers. [1810-20; ANTLER + -ED3] * * *
antlerite
/ant"leuh ruyt'/, n. an emerald to blackish-green mineral, hydrous copper sulfate, Cu3(OH)4SO4, a major copper ore in Chile. [after the Antler Mine, Mohave Co., Arizona, from ...
Antley, Chris
▪ 2001       American jockey (b. Jan. 6, 1966, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.—found dead Dec. 2, 2000, Pasadena, Calif.), won a total of 3,480 races in his career, including ...
Antlia
—antliate /ant"lee ayt'/, adj. /ant"lee euh/, n., gen. Antliae /-lee ee'/ for 1, pl. Antliae /-lee ee'/ for 2. 1. Astron. the Air Pump, a small southern constellation between ...
antlike flower beetle
      any of the approximately 1,000 species of the insect family Anthicidae (order Coleoptera). They are usually seen around flowers, foliage, refuse, or dead ...
antlion
ant lion n. 1. Any of various insects of the family Myrmeleontidae, the adults of which resemble dragonflies. 2. The large-jawed larva of the ant lion, which digs a conical ...
antodontalgic
/an'toh don tal"jik/, adj., n. Dentistry. antiodontalgic. * * *
Antofagasta
/ahn'toh feuh gah"steuh/; Sp. /ahn'taw fah gahs"tah/, n. a seaport in N Chile. 149,720. * * * Seaport (pop., 1999: est.: 243,038), capital of Antofagasta region, northern ...
Antoine
/an"twahn/; Fr. /ahonn twannn"/, n. 1. André /ahonn drdday"/, 1858-1943, French theatrical director, manager, and critic. 2. Père /perdd/ (Francisco Ildefonso Mareno), ...
Antoine, André
▪ French actor born Jan. 31, 1858, Limoges, Fr. died Oct. 19, 1943, Pouliguen       actor, theatrical manager, critic, and film director, a pioneer of naturalistic ...
Antoinette
/an'tweuh net", -teuh-/; Fr. /ahonn twann net"/, n. 1. Marie /meuh ree"/; Fr. /mann rddee"/, 1755-93, queen of France 1774-93: wife of Louis XVI. 2. a female given name: derived ...
Antoku
▪ emperor of Japan in full  Antoku Tennō , personal name  Tokihito  born Dec. 22, 1178, Kyōto died April 25, 1185, Nagato Dannoura, Japan       81st emperor of ...
Anton
/an"ton, -teuhn/, n. a male given name, form of Anthony. * * * (as used in expressions) Bruckner Josef Anton Chekhov Anton Pavlovich Denikin Anton Ivanovich Dolin Sir ...
Anton Dolin
➡ Dolin * * *
Antonelli, Giacomo
▪ Italian cardinal born April 2, 1806, Sonnino, Papal States died Nov. 6, 1876, Vatican City       cardinal and secretary of state to Pope Pius IX.       Though ...
Antonello da Messina
/ahn'taw nel"law dah mes see"nah/, (Antonello di Giovanni degli Antonj) 1430?-79, Sicilian painter. * * * born с 1430, Messina, Sicily died с Feb. 19, 1479, Messina Italian ...
Antonescu, Ion
born June 15, 1882, Piteşti, Rom. died June 1, 1946, near Jilava Romanian general. He rose in the Romanian army to the rank of general and chief of staff (1934) and later ...
Antoni
(as used in expressions) Gaudí i Cornet Antoni Tápies Antoni Antoni Stanislaw Boleslawawicz Stokowski * * *
Antonia
/an toh"nee euh, -tohn"yeuh/, n. a female given name: derived from Antonius. * * *
Antonia Susan Byatt
➡ Byatt * * *
Antonin
(as used in expressions) Artaud Antonin Raymond Antonin Scalia Antonin * * *
Antonine Wall
a wall built in 142 AD across southern Scotland during the reign of the Roman emperor Antoninus Pius. It was about 37 miles (59 kilometres) long and was intended to replace ...
Antonines
▪ Roman emperors       the Roman emperors Antoninus Pius (reigned AD 138–161) and his adopted son and heir, Marcus Aurelius (reigned AD 161–180). The term (which ...
antoninianus
/an'teuh nin'ee ay"neuhs/, n., pl. antoniniani /-nuy/. a Roman coin of the 3rd century A.D., originally of silver but later debased. [ < L Antoninianus pertaining to ANTONINUS, ...
Antoninus
/an'teuh nuy"neuhs/, n. Marcus Aurelius. See Marcus Aurelius. * * * (as used in expressions) Antoninus Pius Caesar Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius Marcus Aurelius ...
Antoninus Pius
/puy"euhs/ A.D. 86-161, emperor of Rome 138-161. * * * in full Caesar Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius born Sept. 19, 86, Lanuvium, Latium died March 7, 161, ...
Antoninus, Saint
▪ archbishop of Florence original name  Antonino Pierozzi , or  Antonino de' Forciglioni , Antonino also spelled  Antonio  born March 1, 1389, Florence died May 2, 1459, ...
AntoninusPius
An·to·ni·nus Pi·us (ăn'tə-nīʹnəs pīʹəs), A.D. 86-161. Emperor of Rome (138-161) who was the adopted son and successor of Hadrian. * * *
Antonio
(as used in expressions) Giovanni Antonio Canal Antonio Allegri Antonio di Pietro Averlino Cabezón Antonio de Canova Antonio Chávez y Ramírez Carlos Antonio de Padua da ...
António
(as used in expressions) Carmona António Oscar de Fragoso Castilho António Feliciano de Egas Moniz António Caetano de Abreu Freire Pessoa Fernando António Nogueira Salazar ...
Antonio López de Santa Anna
➡ Santa Anna * * *
António, Mário
▪ Angolan author original name  Mário António Fernandes de Oliveira   born April 5, 1934, Maquela do Zombo, Angola died Feb. 7, 1989, Lisbon, Port.       scholar, ...
Antonio, Nicolás
▪ Spanish historian born July 28/31, 1617, Sevilla, Spain died April 13, 1684, Madrid       first systematic historian of Spanish literature. His Bibliotheca Hispana ...
António, Prior Of Crato
▪ Portuguese prior Portuguese  Prior Do Crato,  byname  Dom António  born 1531, Lisbon died Aug. 26, 1595, Paris       ecclesiastic and claimant to the throne of ...
Antonioni
/ahn'taw nyaw"nee/; Eng. /an toh'nee oh"nee/, n. Michelangelo It. /mee'kel ahn"je law/; Eng. /muy'keuhlan"jeuh loh', mik'euhl-/, born 1912, Italian film director. * * *
Antonioni, Michelangelo
born Sept. 29, 1912, Ferrara, Italy Italian film director and producer. He wrote film reviews and studied filmmaking before directing his short film The People of the Po Valley ...
Antonioni,Michelangelo
An·to·ni·on·i (ăn-tō'nē-ōʹnē), Michelangelo. Born 1912. Italian filmmaker whose works, notably L'Avventura (1959), are rich character studies. * * *
Antonius
/an toh"nee euhs/, n. Marcus. See Antony, Mark. * * *
Antonius,Marcus
An·to·ni·us (ăn-tōʹnē-əs), Marcus. See Mark Antony. * * *
antonomasia
—antonomastic /an'teuh noh mas"tik/, antonomastical, adj. —antonomastically, adv. /an'teuh neuh may"zheuh/, n. 1. Rhet. the identification of a person by an epithet or ...
antonomastic
See antonomasia. * * *
antonomastically
See antonomastic. * * *
Antony
/an"teuh nee/, n. 1. Mark (Marcus Antonius), 83?-30 B.C., Roman general: friend of Caesar; member of the second triumvirate and rival of Octavian. 2. a male given name. * * ...
Antony and Cleopatra
a tragedy (1606-07?) by Shakespeare. * * * ▪ work by Shakespeare       tragedy in five acts by William Shakespeare (Shakespeare, William), written in 1606–07 and ...
Antony Gormley
➡ Gormley * * *
Antony Sher
➡ Sher * * *
Antony, Mark
Latin Marcus Antonius born с 83 died August, 30 BC Roman general. After military service (57–54), he joined the staff of his relative Julius Caesar. He helped Caesar drive ...
antonym
—antonymous /an ton"euh meuhs/, antonymic, adj. —antonymy, n. /an"teuh nim/, n. a word opposite in meaning to another. Fast is an antonym of slow. Cf. synonym (def. ...
antonymic
See antonym. * * *
antonymous
antonymous [an tän′ə məs] adj. of, or having the nature of, an antonym; opposite in meaning: also antonymic SYN.- OPPOSITE * * * See antonymic. * * *
antonymy
See antonymic. * * *
antpipit
▪ Corythopsis       either of two species of South American birds of the genus Corythopis that resemble pipits in size, shape, and coloration. The name antpipit is ...
antra
an·tra (ănʹtrə) n. Plural of antrum. * * *
antral
See antrum. * * *
Antratsyt
▪ Ukraine also spelled  Antratsit , or  Antracit        city, eastern Ukraine. Established in the late 19th century, it was incorporated in 1938. It is an ...
antre
/an"teuhr/, n. a cavern; cave. [1595-1605; < MF < L antrum. See ANTRUM] * * *
Antrim
/an"trim/, n. 1. a county in NE Northern Ireland. 355,716; 1098 sq. mi. (2844 sq. km). Co. seat: Belfast. 2. an administrative district in this county. 35,000; 217 sq. mi. (563 ...
Antrim, Randal MacDonnell, Marquess and 2nd Earl of, Viscount Dunluce
▪ Irish noble born June 9, 1609 died February 3, 1682, Ballymagarry, County Antrim, Ireland       prominent Roman Catholic Royalist during the English Civil Wars who ...


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