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  • Ambrose

    Saint, a.d. 340?–397, bishop of Milan 374–397. a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “immortal.”. Contemporary Examples Ambrose was one of America’s most cherished popular historians. David’s Bookclub: Eisenhower in War and Peace David Frum December 22, 2012 The word “Carcosa,” which Chambers borrowed from Ambrose Bierce, and which later showed up in […]

  • Ambivalent

    having mixed feelings about someone or something; being unable to choose between two (usually opposing) courses of action: The whole family was ambivalent about the move to the suburbs. She is regarded as a morally ambivalent character in the play. Psychology. of or relating to the coexistence within an individual of positive and negative feelings […]

  • Ambrose channel

    a ship channel at the entrance to New York harbor, near Sandy Hook. 7½ miles (12 km) long. Historical Examples It was a few minutes after seven o’clock when she arrived at the entrance to Ambrose Channel. Sinking of the Titanic Various

  • Ambrosia

    Classical Mythology. the food of the gods. Compare (def 3). something especially delicious to taste or smell. a fruit dessert made of oranges and shredded coconut and sometimes pineapple. Contemporary Examples Like ambrosia from the gods, I suddenly realized that Nicotine is the most amazing legal substance of the twentieth century. How My Little Slice […]

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