Words That Start With At: Enhance Your Vocabulary Easily

Discover a variety of words that start with “at” to enrich your vocabulary and enhance your language skills.

  1. Atoll- a ring-shaped coral reef enclosing a lagoon.
  2. Atom- the smallest unit of a chemical element.
  3. Atrium- a large open space within a building, often featuring a glass roof.
  4. Attach- to fasten or join one thing to another.
  5. Attack- aggressive and violent action against a person or place.
  6. Attain- succeed in achieving something that one has desired.
  7. Attempt- make an effort to achieve or complete a task or action.
  8. Attend- be present at an event or activity.
  9. Attic- a space or room just below the roof of a building.
  10. Attire- clothes, especially fine or formal ones.
  11. Attitude- a settled way of thinking or feeling about something.
  12. Attract- cause to come to a place or participate in a venture.
  13. Attribute- a quality or feature regarded as a characteristic or inherent part of someone or something.
  14. Attrition- the process of reducing something’s strength or effectiveness through sustained attack or pressure.
  15. Atypical- not representative of a type, group, or class.
  16. Atone- make amends or reparations.
  17. Attest- provide or serve as clear evidence of.
  18. Athwart- from side to side of; across.
  19. Athlete- a person who is proficient in sports and other forms of physical exercise.
  20. Athletic- physically strong, fit, and active.
  21. Athenaeum- a literary or scientific association for the promotion of learning.
  22. Atheist- a person who disbelieves or lacks belief in the existence of God or gods.
  23. Atlas- a book of maps or charts.
  24. Atmosphere- the envelope of gases surrounding the earth or another planet.
  25. Atonal- music that lacks a key or tonal center.
  26. Atrocity- an extremely wicked or cruel act, typically one involving physical violence or injury.
  27. Atrophic- suffering from atrophy.
  28. Atrophy- (of body tissue or an organ) waste away, typically due to the degeneration of cells.
  29. Atrabilious- melancholy or ill-tempered.
  30. Atresia- the absence or closure of a normal body opening or canal.
  31. Atrial- pertaining to an atrium, especially of the heart.
  32. Atelier- a workshop or studio, especially one used by an artist or designer.
  33. Atavism- recurrence of or reversion to a past style, manner, outlook, approach, or activity.
  34. Atavistic- relating to or characterized by reversion to something ancient or ancestral.
  35. Ataraxia- a state of serene calmness.
  36. Ataractic- having a tranquillizing effect.
  37. Atactic- without coordination or organization.
  38. Atop- on or at the top.
  39. Atemporal- free from limitations of time.
  40. Atonement- reparation for a wrong or injury.
  41. Atonic- lacking normal muscle tone or strength.
  42. Atomize- convert (a substance) into very fine particles or droplets.
  43. Atomizer- a device for emitting water, perfume, or other liquids as a fine spray.
  44. Atomistic- related to the idea that something is made up of little separable units.
  45. Atavist- a person who reverts to the behavior of a far-back ancestor.
  46. Atrophied- wasted; withered; shriveled.
  47. Ataraxy- an alternate spelling of ataraxia.
  48. Atelic- lacking a purpose or not aimed towards a goal.
  49. Atelectasis- the partial collapse or closure of the lung.
  50. Atocia- barrenness; unproductiveness.
  51. Atomism- the theory that all matter is composed of very small discrete units.
  52. Atomic- relating to atoms.
  53. Atrocious- horrifyingly wicked.
  54. Attestation- the evidence or proof provided.
  55. Attention- the act or state of applying the mind to something.
  56. Attenuate- reduce the force, effect, or value of.
  57. Attestor- a person who provides testimony or evidence.
  58. Attender- a person who attends an event or a function.
  59. Attendee- a person present at an event.
  60. Attestation- an act of attesting a fact, testimony, or evidence.
  61. Attache- a person assigned to serve in a specific capacity on a diplomatic mission.
  62. Attainment- the action or fact of achieving a goal toward which one has worked.
  63. Attractor- something that attracts or draws attention.
  64. Attune- make receptive or aware.
  65. Atweel- indeed, a Scots term for agreement or assent.
  66. Atwitter- excited; nervously agitated.
  67. Attackable- able to be attacked or assaulted.
  68. Attaboy- an expression of encouragement or approval.
  69. Attemper- bring into a suitable condition by blending or moderation.
  70. Attesting- serving as evidence or proof.
  71. Attempter- a person who attempts a task.
  72. Attendances- the acts of being present at events.
  73. Atticize- to conform to or imitate classical Attic Greek culture or style.
  74. Atticized- having been influenced by or made to conform to classical Attic Greek.
  75. Attachable- capable of being attached.
  76. Attachment- an extra part or extension that is or can be attached to something.
  77. Attender- someone who attends a meeting or event.
  78. Attending- the job or period of working as a doctor in a hospital.
  79. Attenuation- the reduction of the force, effect, or value of something.
  80. Attenuator- a device for decreasing the amplitude of electronic signals.
  81. Attestators- individuals who verify or bear witness.
  82. Attackers- those who attack someone or something.
  83. Attractant- a substance that draws animals or insects by emitting a particular odor or other stimulus.
  84. Attraction- the action or power of evoking interest in or liking for someone or something.
  85. Attractive- pleasing or appealing to the senses.
  86. Attributable- regarded as being caused or brought about by.
  87. Attributed- regard something as being caused by someone or something.
  88. Attributing- regarding something as being caused by someone or something.
  89. Attribution- the action of regarding something as being caused by a person or thing.
  90. Attributive- serving to attribute or denote an attribute.
  91. Attrit- to wear something down through constant friction or stress.
  92. Attritional- characterized by or causing attrition.
  93. Attuned- make or become adjusted or attuned.
  94. Attrite- sorrow for one’s sins that arises from a motive other than that of the love of God.
  95. Atwain- into two; in two.
  96. Atwitter- excited or nervous, especially in anticipation.
  97. Atypic- not typical.
  98. Atypicality- the quality or state of being atypical.
  99. Atones- makes reparations or amends for an offense or a mistake.
  100. Attritional warfare- military strategy marked by a wearing down of the enemy by continual losses in personnel and material.

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