10-letter words containing antic

  • all'antica — in the manner of the ancients.
  • anticaking — denoting an agent used to prevent substances from going hard or forming lumps
  • anticancer — acting against cancer
  • anticaries — characterized by an ability to prevent caries
  • anticavity — designed to prevent the occurrence of cavities in teeth: an anticavity toothpaste.
  • anticenter — Geology. the point on the surface of the earth diametrically opposite the epicenter of an earthquake.
  • antichange — Opposing change.
  • antichoice — opposed to granting pregnant women the choice to have an abortion
  • antichrist — the antagonist of Christ, expected by early Christians to appear and reign over the world until overthrown at Christ's Second Coming
  • antichthon — counterearth.
  • antichurch — opposed to the beliefs, practices, and adherents of the Christian church
  • anticipant — operating in advance; expectant; anticipating
  • anticipate — If you anticipate an event, you realize in advance that it may happen and you are prepared for it.
  • anticivism — opposition to citizenship
  • anticlimax — You can describe something as an anticlimax if it disappoints you because it happens after something that was very exciting, or because it is not as exciting as you expected.
  • anticlinal — of, relating to, or resembling an anticline
  • anticlines — Plural form of anticline.
  • anticodons — Plural form of anticodon.
  • anticorona — 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.
  • anticyclic — not conforming to or following a cycle: anticyclical sales that rise when the economy fades.
  • corybantic — frenzied; agitated; unrestrained.
  • frantickly — Obsolete form of franticly.
  • pedantical — ostentatious in one's learning.
  • pyromantic — divination by fire, or by forms appearing in fire.
  • quadrantic — Of, pertaining to, or affecting a quadrant.
  • semantical — of, relating to, or arising from the different meanings of words or other symbols: semantic change; semantic confusion.
  • theomantic — relating to theomancy or divination
  • unpedantic — not pedantic; informal
  • unromantic — of, relating to, or of the nature of romance; characteristic or suggestive of the world of romance: a romantic adventure.

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