• WeAreAgeless.com



    1.  Not aging or appearing to age.
    2.  Lasting forever; eternal; undying: the ageless beauty of Greek sculpture.
  • al·ter·na·tive

    [awl-tur-nuh-tiv, al-]
    1.  A choice limited to one of two or more possibilities, as of things, propositions, or courses of action, the selection of which precludes any other possibility: You have the alternative of riding or walking.
    2.  One of the things, propositions, or courses of action that can be chosen: The alternative to riding is walking.
    3.  A possible or remaining course or choice: There was no alternative but to walk. 4.  Affording a choice of two or more things, propositions, or courses of action. 5.  (Of two things, propositions, or courses) mutually exclusive so that if one is chosen the other must be rejected: The alternative possibilities are neutrality and war. 6.  Employing or following nontraditional or unconventional ideas, methods, etc.; existing outside the establishment: an alternative newspaper; alternative lifestyles. 7.  Logic. (of a proposition) asserting two or more choices, at least one of which is true.
  • WeAreApples.com



    1.  The usually round, red or yellow, edible fruit of a small tree, Malus sylvestris,  of the rose family.
    2.  The tree, cultivated in most temperate regions.
    3.  The fruit of any of certain other species of tree of the same genus.
    4.  Any of these trees.
    5.  Any of various other similar fruits, or fruitlike products or plants, as the custard apple, love apple, May apple, or oak apple.
  • WeAreAssurance.com



    [uh-shoor-uhns, -shur-]
    1.  A positive declaration intended to give confidence: He received assurances of support for the project.
    2.  Promise or pledge; guaranty; surety: He gave his assurance that the job would be done.
    3.  Full confidence; freedom from doubt; certainty: to act in the assurance of success.
    4.  Freedom from timidity; self-confidence; belief in one's abilities: She acted with speed and assurance.
    5.  Presumptuous boldness; impudence.
  • WeAreAssured.com



    [uh-shoord, uh-shurd]
    1.  Guaranteed; sure; certain; secure: an assured income.
    2.  Gold; confident; authoritative: His art was both assured and facile.
    3.  Boldly presumptuous.
    4.  Chiefly British . insured, as against loss.
  • WeAreAudacious.com



    1.  Extremely bold or daring; recklessly brave; fearless: an audacious explorer.
    2.  Extremely original; without restriction to prior ideas; highly inventive: an audacious vision of the city's bright future.
    3.  Recklessly bold in defiance of convention, propriety, law, or the like; insolent; brazen.
    4.  Lively; unrestrained; uninhibited: an audacious interpretation of her role.
  • WeAreAutobody.com



    noun, plural au·tos.
    1.  Automobile
    2. Of or pertaining to automobiles: an auto salesman; auto detailing.
  • au·to racing

    The sport of racing automobiles in which drivers compete against each other on a course designed for racing or on closed public roads.
  • a·vant-garde

    [uh-vahnt-gahrd, uh-vant-, av-ahnt-, ah-vahnt-; French a-vahn-gard]
    1.  The advance group in any field, especially in the visual, literary, or musical arts, whose works are characterized chiefly by unorthodox and experimental methods.
    adjective 2.  Of or pertaining to the experimental treatment of artistic, musical, or literary material. 3.  Belonging to the avant-garde: an avant-garde composer. 4.  Unorthodox or daring; radical.
  • WeAreBabies.com



    noun, plural ba·bies.
    1.  An infant or very young child.
    2.  A newborn or very young animal.
    3.  The youngest member of a family, group, etc.
    4.  An immature or childish person.
    5.  A human fetus.
  • back·pack

    1.  A pack or knapsack, often of canvas or nylon, to be carried on one's back, sometimes supported on a lightweight metal frame strapped to the body.
    2.  A piece of equipment designed to be used while being carried on the back.
    verb (used without object) 3.  To go on a hike, using a backpack: We went backpacking in the Adirondacks. 4.  To place or carry in a backpack or on one's back.
  • WeAreBadminton.com



    A game played on a rectangular court by two players or two pairs of players equipped with light rackets used to volley a shuttlecock over a high net that divides the court in half.