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A Dictionary of the English Language: Containing the Pronunciation ...
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adorn animal archos Ba'al beat belonging bird body bracan capio cause church chyle cloth colour consisting containing corrupt cover deprive disease draw dress expressing factum false female fish flesh flower force fore fruit give grow horse inclose inclosure instrument inter kata kind ledum lego light ligo liquor logos loose manner mark marriage mean measure medicine ment metal metron motion move musical ness noise nuncio ofer ornament p. t. and p. p. pain paro peevish person pertaining piece plant play pleo prep quick rectum relating reproach resembling round rude S.fore sharp ship shrub side soft sorrow sound species stone substance sumo super swell taste thin thing throw tion trans tree turn utter versed vessel violent wind woman words writing
Page 381 - Span, the space from the end of the thumb to the end of the little finger extended.
Page 117 - Di"git, a, three quarters of an inch ; the twelfth part of the diameter of the sun or moon ; any number under ten.
Page 74 - A curve line continued till it ends where it began, having all pans equally distant from a common centre ; the space included in a circular line ; a round body, an orb ; compass...
Page 76 - Brightly, luminously : plainly, evidently ; with discernment, acutely : without entanglement; without deduction or cost : without reserve, without subterfuge.
Page 55 - A building raised over water for the convenience of passage ; the upper part of the nose ; the supporter of the strings in stringed instruments of ruusick.
Page 416 - A trance is a state in which the soul seems to have passed out of the body into another state of being ; a state of insensibility to the things of this world.
Page 260 - The name given to an optical illusion, presenting an image of water in sandy deserts, or elevating objects in the air. Mirror, mir-rur (French, miroir). A looking - glass ; any polished substance which reflects the images of objects ; figuratively, an example or pattern ; a reflected image, by which persons may order and regulate their actions and behaviour. Mis (Saxon, from missian, to err, or go wrong). A prefix...