The English orthographical expositor: being a compendious selection of the most useful words in the English language, divided according to syllables, accented, and explained. Also, a list of more than eight hundred words, similar, or nearly similar in pronunciation, but of different spelling and import

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C. Desilver, 1866 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 223 pages
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Page 73 - by blood. Con' science, n. the faculty by which we judge of the goodness or wickedness of our own actions; veracity; reason. Con sci en
Page 246 - PREFIXED AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF ROMAN HISTORY, And a great variety of information throughout the Work, ON THE Manners, Institutions and Antiquities of the Romans, WITH QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATION AT
Page 66 - n. a body of people drawn from the mother country to inhabit some distant place ; the country planted.
Page 25 - Ar' te ry, n. a conical canal conveying the blood from the heart to all parts of the body. Ar
Page 245 - ENGLISH EDITION. BY WC TAYLOR, LL. D., Of Trinity College, Dublin, Author of a " Manual of Ancient and Modern History,
Page 55 - n. a blank paper to be filled up with such conditions as the person to whom it is sent thinks
Page 38 - bes' tos, n. a kind of fossil which may be split into threads and filaments, and which remains unconsumed in the fire.

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