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" The masculine gender is more worthy than the feminine, and the feminine more worthy than the neuter. Also note, that in things without life, the neuter gender is most worthy : and in this case, though the substantive, or antecedent, be of the masculine... "
The first Latin course - Page 70
by J. Arnold - 1854 - 72 pages
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A short introduction to grammar [by W. Lily. Cropped].

William Lily - Latin language - 1719 - 194 pages
...w«ia beriet eß-, is my Mailer.- ••- л - ^\ i•'-••-. • Where note, that the Mafculine Gender is more worthy than the Feminine, and the Feminine more worthy than the Neuter. Many Subftantives Singular having aCon.«opiog ibftween, thei -)ï-ï 1••ac will have an Adjeftive...
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An epitome of grammar: or, A short introduction to the Latin tongue

Reay Sabourn - 1733
...Teifon is more worthy than the fécond, aud the fécond more worthy than the third. < § The Mafculine Gender is more worthy than the Feminine, and the Feminine more worthy than the Neuter; but when Things aie' mentioned without Life, the Neuter is raoft worthy; as, *AqnA ir iytiífunt ,...
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The Works in Verse and Prose, of William Shenstone, Esq;: Essays on men ...

William Shenstone - 1764 - 399 pages
...effeminated. Lily's rule in the grammar has well enough adjufted this fubordination. " The * mafculine is more worthy than the feminine, * and the feminine more worthy than the neuter." L. A GENTLEMAN of fortune will be often complaining of taxes ; that his eftate is inconfiderable ;...
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Essays on Men and Manners, Volume 39

William Shenstone - English literature - 1804 - 204 pages
...rule in the grammar has well -.nough adjusted this subordination. " The mascu,," AND MANNERS, 14j line is more worthy than the feminine, and the feminine more worthy than the neuter." L. A gentleman of fortune will be often complaining of taxes ; that his estate is inconsiderable ;...
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The Parliamentary Register: Or an Impartial Report of the Debates ..., Volume 4

Great Britain. Parliament - 1803
...next beft ; and the volunteers next after them. You may fay as fchoblboys do, " the malculine is moie worthy than the feminine, and the feminine more worthy than the neuter." You make choice of the militia fii ft. Why not take the army firft and the militia after? I again repeat,...
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Essays on men and manners

William Shenstone - English essays - 1804 - 204 pages
...effeminated. Lily's rule in the grammar has well enough adjusted this subordination. " The masculine is more worthy than the feminine, and the feminine more worthy than the neuter." L. A gentleman of fortune will be often complaining of taxes ; that his estate is inconsiderable ;...
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Essays on Men and Manners

William Shenstone - English essays - 1804 - 204 pages
...effeminated. Lily's rule in the grammar has well enough adjusted this subordination. " The masculine is more worthy than the feminine, and the feminine more worthy than the neuter." L. A gentleman of fortune will be often complaining of taxes ; that his estate is inconsiderable ;...
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A short introduction of grammar [by W. Lily. With] Brevissima institutio ...

William Lily - 1810
...• Agir'0 coléiuiuj, a field to bp tilled.1. . .; . ;.,, ,¡ ;;. , ,1 , .) Ql>f. \ . The mafculine gender is more worthy, than the feminine, and the feminine more- worthy than the neuter ». Obf. 2. Many fubftantives Angular, having a conjunflion copulative coming between them, will have...
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The literary miscellany: or, Selections and extracts, classical and ...

1812
...effeminated. Lily's rule in the grammar has well enough adjusted this subordination. " The masculine is more worthy than the feminine, and the feminine more worthy than the neuter." SO. A gentleman of fortune will be often complaining of taxes ; that his estate is inconsiderable ;...
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Speeches in Parliament: Of the Right Honourable William Windham, Volume 2

William Windham - Great Britain - 1812
...to be considered as better than the Militia, and the Militia than the Volunteers — the masculine more worthy than the feminine, and the feminine more worthy than the neuter ; you must do this, as all persons must do in similar circumstances, you must take the second when...
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