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255 Adverbs That Start With A

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Word Definitions Synonyms
aback (adverb) having the wind against the forward side of the sails
(adverb) by surprise
abaft (adverb) at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane Synonyms: aft, astern
abaxially (adverb) in an abaxial manner
abeam (adverb) at right angles to the length of a ship or airplane
abed (adverb) in bed
abjectly (adverb) in a hopeless resigned manner Synonyms: resignedly
ably (adverb) with competence; in a competent capable manner Synonyms: capably, competently, aptly
abnormally (adverb) in an abnormal manner
aboard (adverb) on a ship, train, plane or other vehicle Synonyms: on board
(adverb) on first or second or third base
(adverb) side by side Synonyms: alongside
(adverb) part of a group
abominably (adverb) in an offensive and hateful manner Synonyms: repulsively, detestably, odiously
(adverb) in a terrible manner Synonyms: rottenly, abysmally, atrociously, awfully, terribly
aborad (adverb) away from the mouth or oral region
abortively (adverb) in an unfruitful manner
about (adverb) (of quantities) imprecise but fairly close to correct Synonyms: roughly, just about, more or less, or so, some, close to, approximately, around
(adverb) all around or on all sides Synonyms: around
(adverb) in the area or vicinity Synonyms: around
(adverb) used of movement to or among many different places or in no particular direction Synonyms: around
(adverb) in or to a reversed position or direction Synonyms: around
(adverb) in rotation or succession
(adverb) (of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite accomplished; all but Synonyms: near, nearly, nigh, most, well-nigh, virtually, almost
above (adverb) (in writing) at an earlier place Synonyms: supra
(adverb) in or to a place that is higher Synonyms: in a higher place, higher up, to a higher place
aboveboard (adverb) in an honest manner Synonyms: honestly
abreast (adverb) alongside each other, facing in the same direction
abroad (adverb) to or in a foreign country
(adverb) far away from home or one's usual surroundings Synonyms: afield
(adverb) in a place across an ocean Synonyms: overseas
abruptly (adverb) quickly and without warning; happening unexpectedly; on impulse; without premeditation Synonyms: dead, of a sudden, on the spur of the moment, short, suddenly, all of a sudden
absently (adverb) in an absentminded or preoccupied manner Synonyms: inattentively, absentmindedly, abstractedly
absentmindedly (adverb) in an absentminded or preoccupied manner Synonyms: inattentively, absently, abstractedly
absolutely (adverb) completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers Synonyms: utterly, dead, perfectly
(adverb) totally and definitely; without question
abstemiously (adverb) in a sparing manner; without overindulgence Synonyms: temperately
abstractedly (adverb) in an absentminded or preoccupied manner Synonyms: inattentively, absently, absentmindedly
abstractly (adverb) in abstract terms
abstrusely (adverb) in a manner difficult to understand
absurdly (adverb) in an absurd manner or to an absurd degree
abundantly (adverb) in an abundant manner Synonyms: profusely, extravagantly, copiously
abusively (adverb) in an abusive manner
abysmally (adverb) in a terrible manner Synonyms: rottenly, abominably, atrociously, awfully, terribly
academically (adverb) in regard to academic matters
accelerando (adverb) with increasing speed
acceptably (adverb) in an acceptable (but not outstanding) manner Synonyms: so-so, tolerably
accidentally (adverb) without advance planning Synonyms: unexpectedly, circumstantially, by chance
(adverb) of a minor or subordinate nature Synonyms: incidentally
(adverb) without intention; in an unintentional manner Synonyms: unintentionally
accommodatingly (adverb) in accommodation Synonyms: obligingly
accordingly (adverb) (sentence connectors) because of the reason given Synonyms: consequently
(adverb) in accordance with
accurately (adverb) with few mistakes
(adverb) strictly correctly
accusingly (adverb) in an accusing manner
acoustically (adverb) with respect to acoustics
across (adverb) to the opposite side
(adverb) transversely Synonyms: crossways, crosswise
actively (adverb) in an active manner
actually (adverb) in actual fact Synonyms: really
(adverb) used to imply that one would expect the fact to be the opposite of that stated; surprisingly Synonyms: in reality
(adverb) at present
(adverb) as a sentence modifier to add slight emphasis; as a modifier to add slight emphasis
acutely (adverb) in a keen or penetrating way Synonyms: keenly
(adverb) having a rapid onset
(adverb) changing suddenly in direction and degree Synonyms: sharp, sharply
(adverb) in a shrewd manner Synonyms: sagaciously, sapiently, shrewdly, astutely
adagio (adverb) slowly
adamantly (adverb) inflexibly; unshakably
adaxially (adverb) in an adaxial manner
additionally (adverb) in addition, by way of addition; furthermore Synonyms: to boot
adequately (adverb) in an adequate manner or to an adequate degree
adjectivally (adverb) as an adjective; in an adjectival manner
adjectively (adverb) as an adjective
administratively (adverb) by or for an administrator
admirably (adverb) in an admirable manner Synonyms: praiseworthily, commendable, laudably
admiringly (adverb) with admiration
admittedly (adverb) as acknowledged Synonyms: confessedly, avowedly, true
adorably (adverb) in an adorable manner Synonyms: endearingly
adoringly (adverb) with adoration
adrift (adverb) floating freely; not anchored
(adverb) off course, wandering aimlessly
adroitly (adverb) with adroitness; in an adroit manner
adulterously (adverb) in an adulterous manner
advantageously (adverb) in a manner affording benefit or advantage Synonyms: well
adverbially (adverb) as an adverb
adversely (adverb) in an adverse manner
advertently (adverb) in a careful deliberate manner Synonyms: heedfully, mindfully
advisedly (adverb) with intention; in an intentional manner Synonyms: intentionally, deliberately, designedly, purposely, on purpose, by choice, by design
aerially (adverb) by means of aircraft
aesthetically (adverb) in a tasteful way Synonyms: esthetically
afar (adverb) (old-fashioned) at or from or to a great distance; far
affably (adverb) in an affable manner Synonyms: genially, amiably
affectedly (adverb) in an affected manner
affectingly (adverb) in a poignant or touching manner Synonyms: poignantly, touchingly
affectionately (adverb) with affection Synonyms: dear, dearly
affirmatively (adverb) in an affirmative manner
afield (adverb) far away from home or one's usual surroundings Synonyms: abroad
(adverb) in or into a field (especially a field of battle)
(adverb) off the subject; beyond the point at issue
afoot (adverb) on foot; walking
afresh (adverb) again but in a new or different way Synonyms: anew
aft (adverb) at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane Synonyms: abaft, astern
after (adverb) happening at a time subsequent to a reference time Synonyms: subsequently, afterward, afterwards, later, later on
(adverb) behind or in the rear
afterward (adverb) happening at a time subsequent to a reference time Synonyms: subsequently, after, afterwards, later, later on
afterwards (adverb) happening at a time subsequent to a reference time Synonyms: subsequently, after, afterward, later, later on
again (adverb) anew Synonyms: once again, once more, over again
aggravatingly (adverb) in an aggravating fashion
aggressively (adverb) in an aggressive manner Synonyms: sharply
agilely (adverb) in a nimble or agile manner; with quickness and lightness and ease Synonyms: nimbly
ago (adverb) in the past
agonizingly (adverb) in a very painful manner Synonyms: excruciatingly, torturously
agreeably (adverb) in an enjoyable manner Synonyms: pleasantly, enjoyably
aground (adverb) with the bottom lodged on the ground
ahead (adverb) at or in the front Synonyms: in front, before
(adverb) toward the future; forward in time Synonyms: forward
(adverb) in a forward direction Synonyms: onward, onwards, forrader, forward, forwards
(adverb) ahead of time; in anticipation Synonyms: in advance, beforehand
(adverb) to a more advanced or advantageous position
(adverb) to a different or a more advanced time (meaning advanced either toward the present or toward the future)
(adverb) leading or ahead in a competition Synonyms: in the lead, out front
ahorse (adverb) on the back of a horse Synonyms: horseback, ahorseback
ahorseback (adverb) on the back of a horse Synonyms: horseback, ahorse
aimlessly (adverb) without aim; in an aimless manner
airily (adverb) in a flippant manner Synonyms: flippantly
akimbo (adverb) with hands on hips and elbows extending outward
alarmingly (adverb) in an alarming manner
alas (adverb) by bad luck Synonyms: regrettably, unfortunately, unluckily
alee (adverb) on or toward the lee
alertly (adverb) in mentally perceptive and responsive way
alfresco (adverb) outside a building Synonyms: out of doors, outdoors, outside
algebraically (adverb) in an algebraic manner
alias (adverb) as known or named at another time or place Synonyms: a.k.a., also known as
alike (adverb) equally Synonyms: likewise
(adverb) in a like manner

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