The letter A needs no introduction. Even before we stepped foot in pre-schools, we had ABCD vibrating through every vein in our body. But as we grow older, we understand that the English Language is beyond just learning letters. We move on to study words, sentences, paragraphs, and so on!
Letters are the roots of the language. Alphabet “A,” being a vowel, is a part of so many other words. Although there is so much more, we can make from letter A apart from apple and airplane (boring now)! Our list contains 10 solid words that begin with the first alphabet of the English language. Grown-ups will sure find this lesson a fascinating one since it works as an excellent vocabulary builder. The more is always, the merrier when it comes to learning new words.
10 Solids Words Starting with Letter A
1. Articulate (Adjective)
The dictionary defines articulate as someone who can speak fluently in a particular language. Also, it shows that the person is coherent. Some other words that also mean articulate include eloquent, fluent, communicative, vocal, cogent, etc.
Example: They were pretty articulate in their presentation. I would said, they have good chances of getting this project.
The above sentence explains how the ability of a fluent presentation could reward the person with the project.
2. Affable (Adjective)
Even though not so popular on the letter A list of many, it is one solid adjective that people should start using. It perfectly replaces the word “friendly.” Agreeable, amiable, genial, cordial, charming, etc. are some other synonyms of the word affable.
Example: My wife is a joyous and affable companion.
The example makes it so clear that the narrator’s wife has a friendly nature. Isn’t better it a better word to express this sociable quality?
3. Ameliorate (Verb)
Ameliorate is a word that you can fit into your daily sentences on several occasions. It means to make something better in many ways. Some synonyms of the word include improve, enhance, boost, better, amend, correct, tweak, etc.
Example: The Community Head invest a lot of his time and efforts to ameliorate the living conditions in our community.
4. Ace (Noun)
If you love winning, then “ace” should be in your letter A vocabulary almost instantly. Ace means to excel at something, especially sports. It wouldn’t be entirely wrong to use it in other contexts as well. Although, in different contexts, it would mean to excel at something rather than just winning. Expert, master, champion, etc. are some synonyms of the word.
Example: Camilla aced her her basketball performance by scoring the maximum goals.
5. Agathist (Noun)
Many of you will read this word for the first time will surely fall in love with its meaning. An Agathist is a person who believes that no matter what, everything will ultimately lead to good. Such positive thinking and such positive beliefs are what the world needs, especially during this pandemic. For English lovers, just knowing new words is enough happiness in one day!
Example: Kalen is an agathist; even though on bed since five months, he counts his blessings!
A clever or skillful person can take the adjective adroitly. Such a person is a fast thinker and fast in their actions too. Adept, masterful, brilliant, nimble, capable, competent, etc. are other words for adroit.
Example: My ex-secretary was adroit at such managerial skills, unlike my current secretary who is a fresher.
7. Accord (Verb)
The word accord is amongst those words from the solid letter A list that you can use in two ways. One meaning of the word is to give or grant someone recognition or power. Another purpose of the word is to be in harmony or consistent with someone. Correspond, agree, concur, etc. are some other words that match with the latter meaning.
Example: “His views accorded well with those of Merivale.”
8. Aubade (Noun)
Any reading or writing fans here? This word could become a part of your newt poetic piece. Aubade is a word that describes the early hours of the day, typically, dawn/sunrise. It could also refer to a piece of music, but also appropriate or referring to sunrise.
Example: My sister has composed an aubade music piece, which is already going viral on Youtube.
9. Avow (Verb)
This word from the letter A family holds a lot of significance to those who usually do not fear to speak their opinions or choices. Avow means to Assert or confess something openly. In today’s day, the word can come in handy in many situations. It is a perfect substitute for “I already told you” or “declare.”
Example: Scott avowed that he cast a vote every year, and made sure his family did too.
10. Altruistic (Adjective)
Most often, we find ourselves complaining about some people who are NOT altruistic. The adjective speaks about a selfless, considerate, and compassionate person. Some other synonyms of the word include charitable, unstinting, kind, noble, etc. Sure, these synonyms are very common. Why not use altruistic instead?
Example: The performance by the pop-singer tonight was an altruistic one. She will donate all funds to the flood victims.
Did you enjoy our power-packed list of Letter A words? If you did, try forming sentences with these words and leave them in the comment section below. Try reading two words from this list every day, and soon, they will become a part of your vocabulary. You can become an articulate person n the English language with proper and dedicated practice.
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