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as1 British & World English

Used in comparisons to refer to the extent or degree of something

as2 British & World English

An ancient Roman copper coin

As British & World English

The chemical element arsenic

AS British & World English

Anglo-Saxon

as- British & World English

Variant spelling of ad- assimilated before s (as in assemble, assess).

as English Thesaurus

she caught a glimpse of him as he disappeared

As New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the chemical element arsenic

as New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

ancient Roman copper coin

As in A1 British & World English

The first letter of the alphabet

A1 British & World English

The first letter of the alphabet

arsenic British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 33, a brittle steel-grey semimetal

As in arsenic British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 33, a brittle steel-grey semimetal

clear as a bell British & World English

Perfectly clear (or sound)

blind as a bat British & World English

Having very bad eyesight

bold as brass British & World English

Confident to the point of impudence

bright as a button British & World English

Intelligently alert and lively

brown as a berry British & World English

(Of a person) very suntanned

clear as day British & World English

Very easy to see or understand

clear as mud British & World English

Not at all easy to understand

cool as a cucumber British & World English

Untroubled by heat or exertion

be fresh as a daisy British & World English

Be healthy and full of energy

deaf as a post British & World English

Having very bad hearing

dead as a dodo British & World English

Completely dead or extinct

light as a feather British & World English

Extremely light and insubstantial

fit as a fiddle British & World English

In very good health

quick as a flash British & World English

(Especially of a person’s response or reaction) very quickly

fit as a flea British & World English

In very good health

—— as all get out British & World English

To a great or extreme extent

good as gold British & World English

(Of a child) extremely well behaved

good as new British & World English

In a very good condition or state; close to the original state again after damage, injury, or illness

merry as a grig British & World English

Full of fun; very lively


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