Words That Start With Ap: Enhance Your Vocabulary Easily

Discover a variety of words starting with “ap” to enhance your vocabulary and understanding of their usage.

  1. Apace- quickly or swiftly.
  2. Apartment- a self-contained housing unit in a building.
  3. Apathy- lack of interest or concern.
  4. Ape- to imitate or mimic.
  5. Apex- the highest point or top.
  6. Aphid- small sap-sucking insects.
  7. Aphorism- a concise statement of truth or principle.
  8. Apical- relating to or located at the apex.
  9. Apices- plural of apex.
  10. Apiece- each or for each one.
  11. Apish- resembling or characteristic of an ape.
  12. Aplenty- in abundant supply.
  13. Aplomb- self-confidence or assurance, especially in a demanding situation.
  14. Apnea- temporary cessation of breathing.
  15. Apocalyptic- predicting or presaging imminent disaster and total destruction.
  16. Apocryphal- of doubtful authenticity, although widely circulated as being true.
  17. Apogee- the highest or farthest point.
  18. Apollo- a Greek and Roman god associated with the sun, music, and prophecy.
  19. Apologize- express regret for something that one has done wrong.
  20. Apologue- a moral fable or allegorical story.
  21. Apologetic- regretfully acknowledging or excusing an offense or failure.
  22. Apolune- the point in the orbit of a satellite at which it is farthest from the moon.
  23. Apomixis- reproduction without fertilization.
  24. Apoptosis- the death of cells which occurs as a normal part of an organism’s growth or development.
  25. Apostasy- the abandonment of a religious or political belief or principle.
  26. Apostate- a person who renounces a religious or political belief or principle.
  27. Apostle- a vigorous and pioneering advocate or supporter of a particular policy, idea, or cause.
  28. Apostolic- relating to the Apostles.
  29. Apostrophe- a punctuation mark used to indicate either possession or the omission of letters or numbers.
  30. Apothecary- a person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs, historically a pharmacist.
  31. Apotheosis- the highest point in the development of something; culmination or climax.
  32. Appall- greatly dismay or horrify.
  33. Apparatus- the technical equipment or machinery needed for a particular activity or purpose.
  34. Apparel- clothing.
  35. Apparent- clearly visible or understood; obvious.
  36. Appeal- make a serious or urgent request, typically to the public.
  37. Appear- come into sight; become visible or noticeable.
  38. Appease- pacify or placate (someone) by acceding to their demands.
  39. Appellant- a person who applies to a higher court for a reversal of the decision of a lower court.
  40. Append- add (something) as an attachment or supplement.
  41. Appendage- a part that is joined to something larger.
  42. Appendix- a supplementary material at the end of a book, article, or other text.
  43. Appetite- a natural desire to satisfy a bodily need, especially for food.
  44. Appetizer- a small dish of food or a drink taken before a meal to stimulate one’s appetite.
  45. Applaud- show approval or praise by clapping.
  46. Applause- approval or praise expressed by clapping.
  47. Apple- a round fruit with red or yellow or green skin and a whitish interior.
  48. Appliance- a device or piece of equipment designed to perform a specific task.
  49. Applicable- relevant or appropriate.
  50. Applicant- a person who makes a formal application for something, typically a job.
  51. Application- a formal request to an authority for something.
  52. Appoint- assign a job or role to.
  53. Appraisal- the assessment or estimation of the nature, quality, or ability of someone or something.
  54. Appreciate- recognize the full worth of.
  55. Apprehend- arrest (someone) for a crime.
  56. Apprehensive- anxious or fearful that something bad or unpleasant will happen.
  57. Apprentice- a person learning a trade from a skilled employer.
  58. Approach- come near or nearer to.
  59. Approachable- friendly and easy to talk to.
  60. Appropriate- suitable or proper in the circumstances.
  61. Approval- the action of officially agreeing to something or accepting something as satisfactory.
  62. Approve- officially agree to or accept as satisfactory.
  63. Approximate- close to the actual, but not completely accurate or exact.
  64. Apricot- a soft, small, round fruit with yellow-orange flesh and a stone inside.
  65. April- the fourth month of the year.
  66. Apron- a protective or decorative garment worn over the front of one’s clothes.
  67. Aptitude- a natural ability to do something.
  68. Aptly- in a manner that is appropriate or suitable in the circumstances.
  69. Aptness- appropriateness; suitability.
  70. Aperture- an opening, hole, or gap.
  71. Apex predator- a predator at the top of a food chain, with no natural predators.
  72. Aphasia- loss of ability to understand or express speech.
  73. Aphelion- the point in the orbit of a planet, asteroid, or comet at which it is furthest from the sun.
  74. Aphoristic- something that is like an aphorism, very concise and instructive.
  75. Aphrodisiac- a food, drink, or drug that stimulates sexual desire.
  76. Apotheosize- elevate to, or as if to, the rank of a god; idolize.
  77. Appertain- relate to; concern.
  78. Appetency- a longing or desire.
  79. Appetizing- appealing to or stimulating one’s appetite.
  80. Applejack- a potent alcoholic drink made from fermented apple cider.
  81. Applique- a decoration or ornamentation applied to a larger surface.
  82. Appositive- a word or phrase placed next to another word in order to define or identify it.
  83. Appraise- assess the value or quality of.
  84. Apprehension- anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen.
  85. Apprise- inform or tell (someone).
  86. Approbation- approval or praise.
  87. Appropriate (verb)- take something for one’s own use, typically without the owner’s permission.
  88. Appurtenance- an accessory or other item associated with a particular activity or style of living.
  89. Apsis- either of two points in an orbit.
  90. Apta- fit or suitable.
  91. Apteral- having no columns or wings.
  92. Apteryx- a wingless bird with hairy feathers, native to New Zealand (kiwi).
  93. Apud- in the writings of (used in citations to indicate source).
  94. Apulia- a region of southeastern Italy.
  95. Apure- relating to purity; clean.
  96. Apyrexy- the absence of fever.
  97. Apyrous- not decomposed by fire; fireproof.
  98. Apish- silly or childish.
  99. Apse- a large semicircular or polygonal recess in a church, typically at the eastern end.
  100. Apsyrtus- a character in Greek mythology.

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