Language Quiz / Four Syllable 'A' Words

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Can you name these four-syllable words that begin with 'A'?

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Hint4 Syllable 'A' Word
Competence in carrying out a task
To give consideration to, or allow for
Gather or acquire an increasing number or quantity of
The fact of being exact or correct
The buying or obtaining of assets or objects
Something that is done for enjoyment, especially an organised event
To govern a country, region, etc.
A public notice that tries to persuade someone to buy a product or service
A statement, made without giving proof, that someone has done something wrong or illegal
A large reptile with a hard skin that lives in and near rivers and lakes of America and China
The process of giving out parts of a whole
Another plan or method that one can use if they do not want to use another one
A detailed examination or study of something in order to understand its nature
To imagine or expect that something will happen
An uncomfortable feeling of nervousness about something that is happening or might happen in the future
An official request for something, usually in writing
To recognise how good someone or something is and to value them or it
A glass container in which fish are kept
The practice of designing buildings
One of the 'Four Corner' states
To connect something or someone in your mind with something or someone else
The moral or legal right or ability to control
The right of an organisation to control or govern itself
Country whose capital is Canberra

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