- Aggrandize - To extend or exaggerate
The media always tries to aggrandize any news it gets.
- Alienate - To isolate oneself from others or another person from oneself
After finding that Ramu was a thief, he was alienated by all his friends.
- Amalgamate - To merge or combine into a single thing
The two companies were amalgamated as they were not functioning properly.
- Ambiguous - Unclear or capable of having more than one meaning
It was ambiguous what the lawyer was trying to prove in the court.
- Ambivalent - Characterized by uncertainty; unable to decide between opposites
The jury was ambivalent when it was asked to choose the winners.
- Ameliorate - To enhance or improve something
After the company had been taken over, it was ameliorated by the new CEO.
- Amenable - Responsive to suggestion; willing
My boss was amenable to the suggestion I made.
- Amiable - Friendly and pleasant
The students of my class were amiable to me when I first met them.
- Amortize - To reduce gradually over a period of time
The prices of Televisions have amortized from the past 10 to 15 years.
- Anachronistic - Out of order; chronologically misplaced
The death of the king was anachronistic in the textbook.