A New Pocket-dictionary of the English and Swedish Languages

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O. Holtze, 1875 - English language - 774 pages
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Page 698 - Put - , be quiet. —, va to quiet, to calm, to mitigate, to still, to appease, to pacify, to compose, to allay, to quench to quell ; to stanch, to top ; to moderate.
Page 508 - ... to draw together , to gather ; to contract, to abridge. — in, to draw in; to call in; to retrench; to suppress, to discontinue. - in seglen, to shorten ell.
Page 679 - ... crpuscule, the dusk of the evening, the twilight after sunset, the shutting in of the day.
Page 484 - Ьош, barding. 2 cfFri fu n it /. description , account, detail. — •BefFtifpe va to describe, to define, to give an account of, to set forth a thing. - BcfFnu'ru Iag> written law. 2MFyi>> n. protection, shelter, patronage, safeguard, auspice, a
Page 700 - Strfuj fe to strengthen, to corroborate, to comfort; to confirm, to fortify; to encourage; to starch.
Page 585 - m. an iron or wooden collar to fasten cows and oxen to the crib.
Page 684 - Upp) to affix ; to fasten, to put up ; to pitch , to set up ; to open, to list ; to broach, to pierce ; to open ; to find out ; to turn ; to break loose ; to break. - ur , to pour out, to put out of.
Page 485 - BefHftlftj fa to rob; to pick. iiaj va to storm. /. assault, storming. &r|irflffa> *'. a. to chide; to reprove, to rebuke, to reprehend, to reprimand, to check, to rate, to censure.
Page 486 - ... a. to beset; to plant, to hedge ; to people ; to man ; to supply ; to garrison. - 1.V K it'll in b ,/- garrison. - рД fit fTCPP a slap's company, crew of a ship.
Page 486 - Betagijn, va & n. to deprive; to cut off, to intercept; to dbat, to clear; to break; to take, to overcome, to strike with amazement.

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