7-letter words starting with a

  • a blanc — blanched.
  • a bliss — Sir Arthur (Edward Drummond) 1891–1975, English composer.
  • a go go — as much as you like; to your heart's content; galore: food and drink à gogo.
  • a go-go — go-go
  • a level — A levels are British educational qualifications which school children take when they are seventeen or eighteen years old. People usually need A levels if they want to go to university in Britain.
  • a point — just in time.
  • a shade — If you say that something is, for example, a shade unusual or a shade disappointing, you mean that it is slightly unusual or disappointing.
  • a sight — a great deal
  • a sizes — a series of paper sizes approved by the International Standards Organization, running from 2AO to A7, each size (defined in mm) being half as large as the one preceding it, as follows: 2AO,1189 × 1682; AO, 841 × 1189; A1, 594 × 841; A2, 420 × 594; A3, 297 × 420; A4, 210 × 297; A5, 148 × 210; A6, 105 × 148; A7, 74 × 105
  • a tempo — to the original tempo
  • a tergo — at or toward the back; from behind; in the rear.
  • a terre — on the ground.
  • a throw — If things cost a particular amount of money a throw, they cost that amount each.
  • a touch — You can use a touch to mean slightly or to a small extent, especially in order to make something you say seem less extreme. For example, if you say that something is a touch expensive, you might really think that it is very expensive.
  • a treat — If you say, for example, that something looks or works a treat, you mean that it looks very good or works very well.
  • a-frame — (of a house) constructed with an A-shaped elevation
  • a. sage — Alain René [a-lan ruh-ney] /aˈlɛ̃ rəˈneɪ/ (Show IPA), 1668–1747, French novelist and dramatist.
  • aalborg — a city and port in Denmark, in N Jutland. Pop: 121 549 (2004 est)
  • aap dtd — (standard)   A DTD for a standard SGML document type for scientific documents, defined by the Association of American Publishers.
  • aaronic — of or relating to Aaron, his family, or the priestly dynasty initiated by him
  • ab esse — absent.
  • abacate — Avocado.
  • abacist — a person skilled in using an abacus.
  • abactor — a cattle thief
  • abaddon — the Devil (Revelation 9:11)
  • abagtha — one of the seven eunuchs who served in the court of King Ahasuerus. Esther 1:10.
  • abalone — Abalone is a shellfish that you can eat and that has a shiny substance called mother-of-pearl inside its shell.
  • abanded — Simple past tense and past participle of aband.
  • abandon — If you abandon a place, thing, or person, you leave the place, thing, or person permanently or for a long time, especially when you should not do so.
  • abandum — (legal) Anything forfeited or confiscated.
  • abashed — If you are abashed, you feel embarrassed and ashamed.
  • abashes — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abash.
  • abasing — Present participle of abase.
  • abatage — the slaughter of animals, especially the slaughter of diseased animals to prevent the infection of others.
  • abating — to reduce in amount, degree, intensity, etc.; lessen; diminish: to abate a tax; to abate one's enthusiasm.
  • abattis — Alternative spelling of abatis.
  • abature — the trail of trampled grass left by a hunted stag
  • abaxial — facing away from the axis, as the surface of a leaf
  • abaxile — Alternative form of abaxial.
  • abbas i — called the Great. 1557–1628, shah of Persia. He greatly extended Persian territory by defeating the Uzbeks and the Ottomans
  • abbasid — any caliph of the dynasty that ruled the Muslim empire from Baghdad (750–1258) and claimed descent from Abbas, uncle of Mohammed
  • abbozzo — (art) A rough drawing or model.
  • abbrev. — abbreviation
  • abdomen — Your abdomen is the part of your body below your chest where your stomach and intestines are.
  • abduced — Simple past tense and past participle of abduce.
  • abducts — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abduct.
  • abelard — Peter. French name Pierre Abélard. 1079–1142, French scholastic philosopher and theologian whose works include Historia Calamitatum and Sic et Non (1121). His love for Héloïse is recorded in their correspondence
  • abelian — of or relating to an Abelian group
  • abelias — Plural form of abelia.
  • abelson — Philip. 1913–2004, US physical chemist. He created (with Edwin McMillan) the first transuranic element, neptunium (1940)

On this page, we collect all 7-letter words starting with letter A. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 7-letter word that beginning with A to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles.

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