Etymology
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anext (adv.)
"next to," c. 1400, from a- (1) + next.
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aflaunt (adv., adj.)
"flaunting; flauntingly," 1560s, from a- (1) + flaunt.
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aflush (adv., adj.)
"blushing," 1880, from a- (1) + flush (n.) "redness in the face."
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aflutter (adv., adj.)
"in a fluttering state, agitated," 1830, from a- (1) + flutter (n.).
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aboil (adj.)
"boiling, on the boil," 1858, from a- + boil (v.).
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asymptomatic (adj.)
"without symptoms," 1856, from a- (3) "not, without" + symptomatic.
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aperiodic (adj.)
"without periodicity," 1874, from a- (3) "not" + periodic.
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astride (adv.)
"with one leg on each side," 1660s, from a- (1) "on" + stride (n.).
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acentric (adj.)

"having no center," 1852; see a- (3) "not" + -centric.

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atechnical (adj.)
"free from technicalities," by 1889, from a- (3) "not, without" + technical.
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