McGuffey's New Eclectic Spelling-book: Embracing a Progressive Course of Instruction in English Orthography and Orthoepy, Including Dictation Exercises

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Van Antwerp, Bragg & Company, 1865 - Spellers - 144 pages
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Page 136 - Alabama. AM Master of Arts ; Before noon ; In the year of the world. Am. American.
Page 136 - AC or BC Before Christ. AD In the year of our Lord. AM Master of Arts; Before noon ; In the year of the world.
Page 5 - A DIGRAPH, or improper diphthong, is the union of two vowels in a syllable, one of which is silent; as, oa in loaf. 13. A TRIPHTHONG is the union of three vowels in one syllable ; as, eau in beau, ieu in adieu.
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Page 15 - ... [(a - b + c) - (d + e + f)] + [g - (h - )] = (- a + b) + (-c + d...
Page 137 - Savior of men. Inst. Instant. Isa. Isaiah. Jac. Jacob. Jas. James. Jer; Jeremiah, Jno. John. Josh. Joshua. Judg. Judges. Jun. or Jr. Junior. K. King; Knight. KG Knight of the Garter. Km. Kingdom. Kt. Knight. Lat. Latitude; Latin. Lbs. Pounds. Ld. Lord; Lady. Ldp. Lordship. Lev. Leviticus. Lieut. Lieutenant. LL. D. Doctor of Laws. Lon. Longitude. Lond. London. LS Place of the Seal. M. Marquis. Maj. Major. Mat. Matthew. Math. Mathematics. MC Member of Congress. MD Doctor of Medicine. Messrs. Gentlemen;...
Page 14 - A derivative word is one that is formed from some simpler word in the language ; as, harmless, greatly, connected.
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Page 14 - A Derivative Word is one which is formed from some other word by adding something to it...

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