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GENERAL

A

DICTIONARY
OF

THE

LANGUAGE.

ENGLISH
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main

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QUO
LANTUR

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ORATORI

CORRHET.

COMES;

ET

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plainand

permanent

PREFIXED

GRAMMAR.

ARTEM

HANC

QUI

SOLA,

OMNI

TENUEM

JUCUNDA

JECERIT,
SENIBUS,
PLUS

GENERE,

STUDIORUM

CAVIL-

JEJUNAM

AC

FIDELITER

PUERIS,

NECESSARIA
VEL

UT

FUNDAMENTA

FUTURO

M.

A.

SHERIDAN,

THOMAS

SUNT

QUJE.

SUPERSTRUXERIS,
TORUM

WHICH

RHETORICAL

By

a

PRONUNCIATION.

of

STANDARD

A

eftablifh

Objectof which, isj to

QUICQUID

DULCIS

SECRE-

HABET

OPERIS,

OSTENTATIONIS.

QUINCT.

L.

I.

LONDON:
PRINTED

FOR

J. DODSLEV,
AND

J. WILKIE,

C,

PAEL-MALL;
St.

PAULs

MDCCLXXX.

DILLY,

CHURCH-YARD.

IN

THE

POULTRY;

C.

4.

PREFACE.

all the

OF

ftitution,with
of

other;

any

as

fimpleftprinciples,and
which

refpedlsit exceeds

any.

With

regard

in the

and

arifes from

the

even

upon

it

Hebrew

of

examining

be

fpeech ;

by individuals,or focieties,towards

fimple of
great;

difficulty

nothing

as

has

of teaching

right method

a

the
la

are

all this apparent

But

ment
attain-

upon

moft

the

any
con-

known.

obftacles

the

regulating our

and

it is built

to

tongue,

our

eafy of

language yet

any

at

and

nature

moft

the

fuppofed

infuperablc.

things almoft

its

that

appear,

hitherto

;

from
be

to

rules, of

feweft

the

arrive

impradlicable
Yet

moft

be the

to
to

as

ought

it would

pronunciationof

the

to

of

done, either

been

hitherto

examination

governed by

it

fpeakiiigit.

grammatical part,

negled

utter

our

general look

writing or

upon

indeed

prefentftate

in

the

regard to

world, the Englifliis fuppofed

in the

foreignersin

either
perfccftion,

of

degree

known

languages

difficult; and

it.
Whilft

and

for

have

ingenious natives

the

French,

Spaniards,
than

more

in

been

century

a

regulatingtheir fpeech ;

that

refpeft,having
tongues,

matters, and
tifes

the

on

to

to

his

utter

pick
This

is the

their
ever

a

well

as

more

perfedt ufe

blilhed

formed.
than

more

circumftance,

every

the

to

this

country,

Vol.

I.

the

with
in the

eleganciesof

in the fame

ftate

in

more

of

the

This

all the

that

made

human

ago;
a

and
mode

reafon, and

invariablythe

has

never

been

[A]

the
ever

teach

to

him

a

people

owing

to

a

nobleft
mode

fince.

the

moft

of

proper

reproach
On

the

he

in

is left

favages.

which

required,
earth,

upon

to

fupport

conltitution

notwithftanding a

indelible

trea-

language,

elTentially
necefiary,to
the

of

of fkilful

the

among

language,

was

any

various

thus

and

;

landed
a

never

of education

fame

attain

to

in

foreigner arrives

a

found

be

was

fo

were

which,

to

mind

a

when

had

blcffingsarifingfrom

amazing negled
luch

has

to

if he

as

there

fpeech

countries

all barbarous

mafter

none

are

certainlythere
of

powers

centuries

two

remained

and

j

of

But
a

politcnefs,

induftry, in cultivating

them, by the inftrudlion

each.

way

as
furprifing,
perhaps

utmoft

and

didlionaries; together with

and

is told, that there

he

civilization

in

Whoever

perfedion

grammars

he can,

as

difgraceof

has,

progrefs

chance.

to

utmoft

and

rights,privileges,and
was

to

Europe, particularlythe Italians,

in

the firft necefiarypoint,enquiresfor

cultivation

merited

-whom

accurate

aftoniftiment

it up

or

as

their

employed,

wholly
the

at

peculiarniceties

and,

London,

aid of

countries

ftill remain

we

left our's
arrive

may

the

other

proportion

and

thofe

of

that

education, eftatotal

change

for thofe

in

times,

of the leuidature of

revival

of

ktters, the

ftudy

PREFACE.

civilized nations of

Europe ;

the colkfted wifdom

quiredin
works

in
languages,

the Greek and Roman

ftudyof

no

other way

in this

and

of ages,

; as

their own

was

a

they were

wife

languageswere

;

becaule

a

the

more

treafure of knowledge,

their view, which

openedto

here

in
general,

fhort time, became

could be

ac-

then poor and barbarous,and the

of their authors, neither fit for entertainment

or

ufe.

Whereas

in the noble

the
enlighten

undcrftanding,
theyfound every thingnecefTaryto
antiquity,
their
in this way,
in
and
taite
the
to
refine
and
progrefs
proportion
;
fancy,
the reft of manover
kind,
themielves to thole ftudies gaineda fiiperiority
theywho applied
Thus
flimulated
fortune.
in
the
rank
and
in
were
in
fame
but
they
not
only,
the chafe, but by the great ends to be attained
attending
not
onlyby the pleafure
purfuir,
(hut
who
could
and
Fortune
make
of
to all,
were
not
by it. The temples Fame
the
Latin.
Latin
and
in
Greek
was
their ofix;rings
particularly
generallanguage,in
of

works

regulatethe

peopleof education both converfed and wrote; and became,
lengthof time, the currency of Europe, as French is at this day.

which
able

all

to be behind

not

hand

with other nations,made

endowments

many

for

a

Our

confider-

anceftors,

of fchools and colleges,

held in the
of thole ftudies,in their days fo juftly
propagation
perpetual
forefee
that future
eftimation. They could not look into the feeds
of time, nor
higheft
by a continuation
generations,
upon a total changeof circumftances,might fuffer much
would not make fuch alterations
of thofe inftitutions; or that an enlightened
pofterity
in them, as a changeof times might render neceflary.
The changeindeed,fince their days,has been fo great, that the two learned languages
either writes,or converfes in them.
fallen into utter difufe. No
are
one
now
Nay fo
that in order to avoid the imputation
of pedantry,
are
totally
they gone out of fafliion,
for the

no

gentlemanmuft

let it appear in converfation,that he

ever

had

the leaft tindure

of

thofe ftudies-,
and far from

to any
man's advancement
to poftsof honour
contributing
will
or
languages
onlyqualify
perfonstor the ofEce of
Whilft a completemafteryof the Englifii,
both in
tutors.
or private
fchoolmafters,
and fpeaking,
would
be the fureft means
of attaining
thofe ends, and anfwer
writing
of
with
other
well
ant
as
ufe, to an inhabitpurpofe fpeech,
regardto ornament, as
every
of thefe countries,better than a command
of all the other languages
known
in the
world.
Yet fo littleregardhas been paidto it in either refpeft,
that out of our numerous

the utmoft
profit,

(killin thofe

of authors, very few

army

the multitude of

orators,

our

be feledled who

can

even

a

tolerable

write with accuracy

;

and among

fpeakeris a prodigy.

All this arifesfrom

regardto

two

bias givento the mind, in our courfe of education,with
a wrong
material articles. The firftis,a total negledt
of our
own
tongue, from

dead languages.The fecond,an
to the attainment of two
painsneceftary
delivered to the ear by the organs of fpeech
inattention to the living
as
language,
j
the
the
the
of inftrucwritten,as prefented
to
making
eye by
pen, the fole objeift

tlie time and
utter

from
lion.

With
Greek

regardto
and

Latin

the firftof thefe,it has been taken for
will of courfe

thoughit is notorious

that many

producea
liave acquiredan

who

that
granted,

fufficient knowledgeof
accurate

a

our

fkill in

knowledge of
own

tongue

;

Latin,
writing
make

PREFACE.
make
a

but

a

figurein

very poor

learned Prelate,in

a

fhort

their

Englifhftyle.Nay

effayupon

our

grammar,

it has

been provedby
lately

that fome of

moll celebrated

our

of
pafledfor our EnglifhClaflics,have been guilty
of
in many places
and even
grammaticalimproprieties,
great folecifms, inaccuracies,
when we confider that grammar
Nor is this at all furprifing,
their moft finifliedworks.
and that in learning
been taii^hcamongftus as a fci-nce-,
Latin, our youth
has never
that
inftrufted only in the mechanical rules peculiarly
adaptedto
language; where
are
with another, they are as much
at a lofs,as if theyknew
therefore thefe do not fquare
rules at all. Will any of thefe,prefumingupon their knowledgeof Latin, think
no
of their refpeftive
the grammars
theycan mafter the French or Italian,without learning
rules by which
is there not the fame reafon for examiningthe peculiar
tongues ? And
be done by all in the liberalline of life,
the Englifhis governed? This would cenainly

writers,ard fuch

the

were

means

for

down

have hitherto

as

open

to

this
attaining

them.

knowledge.Nothing worthy

hitherto

appeared", and it is not many
which, though it mull be allowed to
the work

of

the faft is,that there has been

But

the

of

name

method

no
a

grammar

of any value was
years fince a diflionary
have been an Herculean
labour, when

yet ftillis capableof great

laid
has

producedj
confidered

each individual
improvement.
is left to acquire
language,as well as he can, by his
any criticalfkillin his own
The
difHculties
that
f
lart
in his way, throughwant
labour.
of fome
own
perpetually
rules
foon
make
him
of
fruitlcfs
and
the
to
him,
guide
purfuit
principles
weary
; and
peoplein generalare fatisfiedwith copyingothers,or making innovations upon unfure
grounds. In confequenceof which, it has been in a perpetualHate of fludluation,
and fafhion. The learned compiler
of the
beingleft whollyto the guidanceof caprice
EnglifhDidlionary,in fpeakingof our language,
fays, That while itwas employedin
the cultivation of every fpecies
of literature,
it has itfelfbeen neglefted
; fufFered to
under
diredlion
the
of
into
wild
exuberance
chance,
fpread
to the tyranny
; refigned
of time and fafhion ; and expofedto the corruption
of ignorance,
and caprice
of innovation.
When
I took tliefirflfurvey
of my undertaking,
I found our fpecchcopious
without order, and energetic
without rules : wherever
I turned my view, there was
*
and confufion to be regulated.'
to be difentangled,
And Swift,in his letperplexity
ter
Lord
is
of
to
Oxford,
opinion,that the corruptions
crept into our
language,
have more
than counterbalanced
it
has
fince
the
received,
any improvements
days of
Charles the Firfl. No
wonder
indeed our
written languagefhould be in this flate,
when the onlyarticle attended to, and regularly
words pro.
taught,is that of fpelling
perly.
as

one

man,

Hence

'

*

*

*

'

*

But

low

as

the flate of the written

languageis,

worfe-,with regardto which, nothinghas been done,
of the words

from
our

and

havingany
the
learning
afterwards

way

attainable.

openedfor

that of the

fpoken is infinitely

a
rightpronunciation
fo far
to every other point,
we
are
refpect
that even
and graceful
from
a juft
delivery,
teaching
fo
falfe
are
rules,
fpcech,we
whollypervertedby

firftelements

of

corruptedby

bad

And

even

to

render

with

habits,that there
c

is fcarce

a

of arriving
polTibility
ar

where that talent is of the utmoft moment that the confole themfelves with the fpeakers thought. veftries in parillies.if a way were ment opened. of Oratory.to depreciate courts and petty of Nay it has been gravelymaintained by many writers. hopelefs what theycannot attain.of fomeideas entertained of that art.if its objeftbe. county courts. to the other Britifii ? dependencies Whether . Whether and imto the eafe and pleafure provement not contribute of politenefs. or bar.or privatecompany.or Britain. drefl:to to enable the " due force ? Whether nature power it would not be of fervice to the ftate. To this term the ftnate-houfe.in church. leave the the minds of and the charm on the underftanding. man. endeavour. would even ccnfufed notions.or particular at any of all affairs ecclefiafticaland In the conduA on. deepeftimprefiions ear.in the moft perfpicuous. tongue in its purity.fay. if the ferit would not contribute much Whether to promote with and church fermons of the delivered with vice were propriety. theyare not worfe than general.perfpicuous. But if the true art have no foundation of oratory be in nature.that fuch in the world ? To reafon with blind preis improperfor this or any other fociety art an judice. adorn and in the moft ufeful and pleafing art that can degreeof perfeftion human nature. grand wretched the (late of elocution In all which places.in the pulpir. lb as to enlighten fentiments. more is apparent to perfons particularly the any of religion. from the abilities. but the moft vain pedant. equallyufeful had from forcible the gentlemenof the bar? it would much of fociety. beg who aflertthis doftrine a few queftions. are fpeechthat all affairsrelative to the nation at large. But in to the fupport church. requifite.or nature of the conftitution . a(k all or to ignorance. the habitual and corredt. Can any one the hearers or ftupid barbarian. of their fentiments delivering of South or whether North this would be art a and with praftice. as is ufual on fuch occafions. only to and exhibit are nature his thougltsand fpeakerto difplay and forcible manner -. pleafing.It is by The total negleft carried focieties. way. not contribute to put an end to the odious dillinclion kept it would not greatly Whether of the fame king.that oratory is not fuited to the geniusof the nation. of arriving at any degreeof excellence in that their neighbours:and numbers. but would invincible be I would leave fruitlefs-. the are juries.by which the attainup between the fubje(fts both of in of the Englifli and pronunciapoint phrafeology tion.who not of Ireland.PREFACE. clearly. fcnators. they annex ftrange erroneous thingartificialin the tones. and with an utterance their thoughts fliould be able to exprcfs fo regulated. in parliament. juftice. dignify of this art has been produdlive of the worft confequences. of his inhabitants rendered all be to Majefty's dominions.if all our fliould alfo be furniftied.from the be improper. powers of fpeecheffcntially and difcernment in of tafte. civil. alwaysperformed advantage-. and tiiatany ufe of it. the caufe of religion.and gefture. as of their auditors ? or ofience to the ears to givepainto the underftanding. if all gentlemenin publicmeetings. inventions of mere that looks. whether eafy might manner? And in readily.

PREFACE. Vol. and are taughtto read it. that in order to fpreadabroad the Englifii languageas a living facilitate and the attainment of its it is in the firftplace to fpeech. has been the chief objedl main end of the prefent publication. It mufl: be obvious. Whether to many ftandard ? of thefe points. now are taught? and others perhapsof ftillgreater confequencewhich may To compafsthefe points. of teaching every thingwhich regards firft the their from nioft extended combinations in words and found. regular way as other languages. only attempts be utterly the only plan which in our written languagewould : And imprafticable could poffibly be followed with any profpedof fuccefs. fimpleelements. That the prefent all calculated to anfwer that end. in whatever part of the globemufic is fo taught. neceflary that a ftandard of pronunciation /liould be eftabliflied. and a method of acquiring a ftate of the written languageis not at juftone (hould be laid open. and the In his But it may be the what right afl. of the Author's purfuits in life. the only way by which uniformity of found could be propagated This we find efiedually done in the art of mufic by notes . the adeptsin it read it exadlythe of pronunciation. and and reduced to a fixed and manent if the Engliili languagewere afcertained.and on legiflator what in beingin an which article.which infeds not their b ut alio. general of each word to a certainty Didionaryhe has reduced the pronunciation by fixed and vifible marks. and the art lefs confequence and other arts. in the fame reading fpeaking propriety tongue. He has out pointed the principles upon which our is founded. in his Rhetorical Grammar he has laid open a method In his Grammar. lent excel- equal terms both to the prefcnt would not accrue advantages important age. is evident from this . of infinitely to them.pronounce Scotland.ed. openinga method. realms. perpofterity. Whether of our ic would tongue redound rendered were authors in the not much eafyto to of this nation. to Whether the firfl: Hep of fentences. be not that to the accomplifhment neceffary all children of whether male thefe or female. and the flow from them. dialeft. tongue. for to any diftance. A fimilar uniformity and Dictionary. but each county in England has its peculiar it differently. by means fliallbe taught may be fpreadthroughall parts of the globe. in a grammatical knowledgeof the Englifh may be inftrudled from and of it with and grace-. what the is Author has purfued and Dictionary. that not onlythe natives of Ireland. enable them to to read our and converfe with the natives of thefe countries upon original. of this Grammar fame way. and Wales. pronunciation rules by which it is regulated. I. is far from Author his has to alTume pretenfions are a to himfelf the oiiice of eftabliflian fettled ftate among [B] to a ubfolute ftandard any clafsof people? It is well . if the attainment the honour fo as foreigners. this by any alteration their All reform to reading fpeech. this occafion.wherever Englifh by their aid. whereby the firfl: rudiments. who fpeakEnglifli.

which prefent.and chofen companionof Swift the intimate life in at with in the him four hours day. and fome .Nor could he bear to them. and what righthas this felf-appointed judge to determine which is the beft ? The Author allows the propriety of the objedion. whether for the purity and accuracy of his was a care.without correcting he to was exadlnefs of the be much to happinefs He was of his he ftyle. and that at no very diftant period. fpeaking.I mean during the reign Queen Anne.It that Englifhwas then been eftablifhedat the periodbefore mentioned. that there is a great diverfity adoptedby tke uniThat the propriety in the fcnate-houfe.that though which the pronunciation the principles on of all the there were no rules laid down for its regulation. as perfonsof a liberal education pronunciation would now be of mif-fpelling the accefTion of a foreign But on words. among of Chellerfield. yet there 3 was a fecretinfluence of ana- logy . it in that very flateof perfedion. fo that paid to pronunciation of the greateft in that pointare to be found among now people fafliion. And the number read him three or a I have fince had of which were is pronunciation that very to of Dorfet and the Earl the Duke ftillthe cuftomaryone among the defendants politer part of the world bred in that reign.are which thirty or pronunciations.and a gentlemanor lady would much alliamed of a wrong as then. This pronunciation. well of the fame words. familyto the conferred by that happy event.Nor is it yet too late to recover fpokenin its highefl fix a generalllandard flate.and many to become a mere the Englifhis likely jargon.as it is probable. Upon invefligating of that time was formed. receiving initiatedinto life. and when the fame attention was paid to propriety ity as that of French at the Court of Verfailles.who the age.Eminent to that as he pointin .and therefore thinks it necefTary to layopen the grounds upon which he puts in his claim to this arduous ofBce. of opportunities frequent of Queen of pronunciation had prevailed at the court beingconvinced that a uniformity who Swift's that of with Anne.amid the many bleffings From fiiftcrcdmuch for the French. and if fomethingbe not done to ftopthis growing evil. pafTedgreat part of men diflinguifhed familiarintercourfewith the mofl attentive my education earlypart of objed of inftrudion friend. fome prevail who have adopted of thefe feveral pronunciations is controverted by the feveral perfons ihem. to make room time the regardformerly has been gradually declining . produceda uniformin that article in all the polite have been circles. the Englifhlanguage throne. There was a time. to every one may pronoimce as he pleafes. fuch ftandard had that is be a wifhed. had who under to his than writing. verfities at the bar.PREFACE. ftillthe benefit of his inftrudion. forty years ago were graduallygainingground. there fome are confined to the vulgar. which may be called the Auof of guftanage England. refped. that by beingbanithed the court. bodies of in whole That men. was for not in pronunciation by his friends in that hear any miftakes committed 1 had mafler. by comparing perfonages were there many diftinguifhed and for feveral months earlypart of my life. not only of pronunciation known.I found. improprieties in but individuals. when Englifhwas the language of fpoken at court . It made was that a my rank more or a fortune to receive the material the youth committed to genius.

produdive alphabet.PREFACE. only fometimes making explanatorypart he has chiefly to plainerwords. which principles can lifeof by which befal any can feveral innovations judicioufly rejedled changes. floating of fafhion. having ic was both be fixed upon. in ufing the necefl^ary in this refpecl. induftry by marks reiterated examination that he hopesthere is printedoff". deviates from articles. Johnfon-.and current followed Dr. which operating. a new that which one work was by no fome at when been by the principles upon he regulated. When as he adds. who. anchors to our language. ana- be regulated. -. keep it fteadyagainftthe galesof caprice. we in permanent and degreeof Icarce it might fiderable addition be to from an will made. not an error of any of he has pronunciation. refpedl. the utmoft fuch more accuracy adaptedto was the capacityof Englifhreaders. in both thefe sra. fpeechcan preferringthe pronunciationwhich was the moft eafy to the organs of and moft agreeableto the ear. pragmatical his laid open ever undertaken. founded were the different where there the beft upon words.It he has no ftandard obvious if poffible. Johnfon'sfpelling Di(5tionary. hopes be confidered not certain no periodbe probablytheywere as either eftablifhed in the the writers in Queen (land means by vain and attempted to duce intro- the teft of examination alterations in that moulding our prefent reignj Anne's that time have fingularity.as a perpetualflufluthat a pronouncing.and : greateft followed in the implicitly attempted fince afFeftation of without its charaders followed in orJer In the fhould that ufed making a : of con- pointutterly impradicable. that he is the firftwho Author has laid his reafons before eftabliflied at the endeavoured to fix fame two the public of Thus. will has perfection. the regard to pronunciation. has laid open So far the Author fpeech. confequently bis pretenfions.upon With evil fo great period(hould writers.Dr.has he in this exerted to be proved. . that pronunciation depended only upon cuftom and upon a fuppofition that of fafliion. As it is language. But when which is pronunciation our the claim vain or he has laid in that reflcft.to itfelf as their And the anomalies center. that and the rules the office he has and pointof fpelling ation both and to founded. A RHE. logy confl:antly attraded claffcs. accordingto their feveral any deviations were principleby which from that logy. that indifputably any-realbenefit.ic is furelya pointto be wirtied. of each proofflieet before confequence throughout the whole. and prefumptuous.

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Efq. Hugh Boyd. Brown Hon. Mr. Efq. Right Earl of Cork Hon. Charles Bonner Francis Arnaftead. Lord Bedive Right Hon. Elizabeth Phineas Buller John C. Efq. P. Efq. Mathew Lord Brocas Lawrence Robert Right Hon. John Henry Beaufoy. Efq. LL. William Bathurft. Burdett Burgh. Ifrael Arthur Mr. Aid Richard R. 1. Efq. B. John Belchier. Efq. Bayly Baynes. Earl L. Dr. Richard Mrs. William Walter Rev. Allen Francis and Cork John Caillaud. of Earl of Buckingham. Vol. Serjeant. Orrery Vifcount Crofbic John Campbell. Mrs.Efq. Mr. Countefs of Lord Bangor Hon. Bifhop of Rev. Robert Afli worth. of LIST Mr. Thomas Beauchamp HufTeyBurgh and Mr.D. Efq. Efq. His Grace His Excellency the Lieutenant Hon. Right Duke John Bedford. Efq. Efq.Efq. Efq. Efq. Francis Blair. James Bofwell. Lord Vifcount Right Hon. Right Hon. John Baynes. Joihua Allen. Attorney Efq. William Rev. THEJ. Alleyn Annefly. of Ireland the Dean Rev.Efq. Efq.at Law John Carleton. Mr. John Barry Rev. Bullen. Right R. Becher. Bifhop of Cloyne Jofhua Cooper. Efq. General of Ireland Mr. Cranfield Baynes Bernard Beamifli. of Antrim Efq. worth. Bury. Right Hon. Efq. Armftrong Blandford Honour Arthur Cornelius Annefly. Sets Two Bell Bolton. P. Major Aubrey Dr. JofliuaBrown. Aickenhead. Efq. Efq. John Beresford Right Hon. Efq. Efq. Earl of Charlemont Right Rev. Efq. Efq.SUBSCRIBERS. Buckingham Baker. Baynes. Edward Chamberlaync. Right Right Hon. [CJ Danid . Thomas John Blakeney. Capt. Mr. Rev. Efq. William Batterfby Edward William James Rev. Beresford Brook Brown Hon. Junior. Thomas Chamberlaync. Efq. Efq. Efq. Allen. Right Hon.Efq. Blennerhaflet. Gerald BlennerhafTet.Efq. Robert Bidulph. Hon. Campbell Caner Hugh Carlefon. Lord Rev. Efq. B.

Clement. Dawfon. William Efq. Efq. Efq. Efq. Efq. Lady Dartrey Right Hon. Two fets Right Hon. Efq. Crifpin. John Crookfhank.Efq. Caleb Croftes Mifs Mary Sir Michael Croker Cromie. Henry Coote. A.Efq. Monf. Rev. and Hon. Clements. Edmond Lieut. William Davies. Efq. Lord Farnham Right Hon. Robert Mr. Efq. D. Cook Richard Arthur Dawfon. D. Corry. Efq. LL. Crowe. Mr. Efq. Thomas Cocq. Dr.Efq. 50 Copie. Mr. D. Efq. A.Efq. Chriftmas.Efq. F. ' John Dillon. William Peter Le Guernfey Coghlan Charles Cole. Cuningham D.Efq. Efq. Robert Lady Collins. Efq. Efq. Rev. Efq. Thomas Rev. Richard Champion Mr.D. Efq. Judge Daras JofephDavie. GeorgeChampagne. Earl of William Ufher Richard Arthur E. Mr. Efq. Gen. Conner. Arthur Dempfy John Deverell. Rev. Ely. Efq. Efq. Henry Colthurft. Dawfon James Cuff. StephenDickfon. Eccles. Hon. Daniel Mr. B. A. Simon Ewart. Mr. Rev. Cranfield Mrs. Chambers. of Erfkine Erfkine Evans. RightHon. M. PhilipDoyne. Ifaac Mr. M. Efq. T. Lord Biftiop Mifs C. Efq. D. Sir Robert Deane. Mrs. Simon P^wart. Mr. Patrick's Hon. William Charnley Mr. Deane Mr. Thomas Mr. Crofbie. Lord Dartrey. Efq. Lancelot Cox Mr. Mifs Sir Cooper. Chandler. Henry Hon. Ifaac Ambrofe Cowper Cradock. Edward Charles Dorman. Efq. Lord Vifcount Devece of Dromore RightRev. William Dilke.Bart. Rev. Croftes. Efq. Coutts.LIST A. Efq. Corry James Cotter Thomas Mr. Chriftopher Rev. De Chemilly. Efq. Bart. Robert Richard of St. Dr. Mr. D. Conron. junior. R. Archbifhopof Dalton Mifs Elizabeth Clinch Cobbe. Efq. Efq.Efq. Samuel Connor. P.Efq. Efq. James Fortefcue Jofeph . Henry Daniel Mr. William M. His Grace Cholmondeley V. Henry Delamain John Colthurft. Clarke Lawrence Cullen Robert Paris Charles Churchill. Davis. Sets Two Conyngham. SUBSCRIBERS. William the Right Hon. Rev. Rev. Cockell. Cholmondeley J. Dennis Rev. Chriftopher Deey. Dublin Daly. John Chcfliyre. M. Eden. P. Efq.s Right Hon.Efq. JofephChapman. A. Dean Henry Durbin RightNon. Edgeworth.D. Thomas Craven.

JufticeDe Grey Gibfon Dr. William Robert Gordon. William Rev. Efq. Efq. Dowdall Richard John Forbes. William Mrs. Gregory. Efq. Lord Thomas Grady. Efq. Mr. of lege. Hare. Efq. Efq. Hamilton John Foote. Efq. P. Hon. Junior. Nicholas Sets Fortick.Efq. Efq. Thomas Rev. BenjaminHeath Hon. Headfort SecretaryHeron Chancellor of Ireland Jackfon Jackfon. Lord Chief Rev. John Mr. Hammond. Efq. Frafer. John Two Dr. Gardiner. Ford. Gabriel Goldney. Efq. Jeans Efq. Efq. Capt. Glerawlf Hewetfon Hill Jeremiah Hill James Griffith Hoare. Efq. Dr. George Herry French Peeke Harford. Valentine Grant Grantham Rev. Right Hon. Holcombe Peter Holmes. Efq. Right Hon. Queen's Col- Anthony Sets Two Fuller. Efq. Mr. Hunt I. Garrick. Lord Right Hon. Efq.Efq. Three Richard Rev. Ifabella Howard. Mr. Jarvis Mr. Efq. Thomas Richard De Grey.Efq. Francis Hutchinfon. Efq. Griffith. Merchant Fell John H. Mr. Rev.Efq. Efq. Efq. Hotham Gorges Edmond Howard. Sets Ford. Right Hon. Mark Sir Oxford Rev.Junior. JofephFarel. Lady Huntingdon Rev. Hon. Efq. Forfter Provcft Fothergill. Efq. Efq. Junior Harrifon. Efq. Efq. " Mr. William George. Daniel St. Efq. Efq. Fitzgerald. Hamilton. David Mrs. William Mr. Robert . Mr. GodfreyGreene. Efq. Hon. Harry Harftonge.LIST of SUBSCRIBERS. Dr. G. Efq. Clifford Edward Hewitt. Mifs George Goold. John Mr. Richard Goodenough Mr. Fitzmaurice Right Hon. George James Hotchkis. William Henderfon Henning Rev. Thomas Goldney. Rev. Efqj Williams Gardiner. Burnaby Green.Efq. Samuel Guinnefs. Fitzgerald. Foftrook Dominick Frank. Right Hon. William Robert Richard Windfor Fitz-Tliomas Foot Dr. Efq. Henry Hobart Luke Dennis Vifcount Heard. Mr. Hon. GeorgeFlury Mifs Rev. Denham Jephfon. John Heard. William Rev. Lady Harriet Hobart Right Hon. Dr. Arthur Guinnefs. Elizabeth Mr. Hornfby Mr. P. Efq. Rev. R. Efq. John Jeffreys. Mr. Mr. Efq. CyrilJackfon William Rev. Gilbert Ford. Lord R. Edward William John P'itzgibbon. Bart. Efq. Efq.

Harvey Morrcs. Mrs. R. Efq. Edv. Mr.M. Rev. Jordan. Hon. Hon.Surgeon John Lloyd. William Ormfby. Montague Montgomery. Efq. Efq. Hon. Ruby M'Carthy. William R. Dean Charles Marfham Knowles Right Rev. Alexander James Montgomery.Efq. Efq. Efq.Efq . Rev. Right Hon. Monck T. William Odell Odell.Efq. Keate. Efq.B. M'Gwire. John Mirehoufe. M. Lloyd. Efq. Hamilton Corn. Lloyd. James Haughton Langfton. John Langford. Richard L. Mafon.Efq. James William Mifs Rebecca of Femes Library Martin. Sets N. Ltfter. Efq. Efq. Lane Rev. Efq. Efq. Robert Myddleton Henry Leach. Napier. Lefcvre Thomas Bart. Langrifhe. Richard Thomas Locke Charles Silver Oliver O'Connor. William Jones. M'Culloch. Efq. Lefanu JofephLefanu. David Latouche. George Overend.Junior. Efq. Two Mrs. John Herbert Orpen. Edward North. Lord Bifhop of Major William Efq. John Maddifon. Thomas BellinghamMauleverer. Efq. Right Lord Six Sets Mountmorres. O'Keeffe. Long Milford RightHon. P. Michael Ormfty. W. Junior. Francis Mathew. Thomas SUBSCRIBERS. Dr.. JofephKing Mifs Dr. Henry Loftus. Efq. Rev. Kemp Rev.Efq.Efq.LIST Robert of Jephfon. Efq. GorgesMeredyth. Marfhe's Ralph Knox.Efq. Mr. Rev. William Kingfborough James Kearny.Efq. Lord Right Hon. R. Mr. Arthur .'ard Right Hon. Latouche William Rev. John Lapp. Henry Moore.Junior. Efq. Efq. Efq.Efq. Efq. Rev. Monfell. Efq^ John Lee. Efq. Two Montgomery. Rev. Efq. John Sir Hercules Bart.Efq. Edward R. Walter M'Gwire.Efq. M. Archdeacon Sir Francis Lumm. Laws Mrs. Efq. GregoryJohnfton. Rev. Efq.Efq. Rev. John Lloyd. Jnnlor. Efq. K. Efq. Efq. LL.A. O'Hara.Efcj. Longfield Derby O'Grady. Efq. James Alockler James Mockler. D. O. Oliver Right Hon. P. Mifs Mr. Efq. Marley. Efq. London Lambard Lambe. Efq. Lord Molcfworth John O'Neil. Dr.P. John Longfield. Mifs Sets Lyon.Efq. Mrs. Moylan Rev. P. JofephLord. Efq. Mrs. Efq. Lord Vifcount Mountcafhell Richard Overend.

BcauchampRye. St. John Simmons Mr.Efq. M. Society Cooper Penrofe. Efq. . Mr. Junior.Efq. Efq. Purcell Samuel Robert Francis Stephens Rainftop Sterling. Efq. David Steele. Edmond RightHon.Efq. Efq.D. Perry Thomas Mr. Talbot. James Philips. Bart. Efq. Earl of Shannon RightHon.Efq. Efq.Efq. George. Paris. Robert Stewart. Stubber. Samuel Pechell. John Taylor. A. Richard Smeton Rev. Pryce Peacock. Efq. Mr. Scott Shepherd John Rev. Mr. Stuart. Pack Robert Schomberg GeorgeLewis Sherlock John Simmofts. George Thomas Rev. John Parnell. Efq. Lord Vifcount Southwell George Sail. P. Staker Mifs Elizabeth T. Henry Quin Walter M.Efq. Sarsfield. Smith. William Pembroke Charles Smith. Efq. Mr.Speaker in Ireland Rev. Jeffrey Piercy. Sheridan Andrews Martin Edward Bodham Edward Thornliill Tighe. Ryder Thomas Ryder. Efq. W. P.Efq.Efq. Efq. S.Efq. Efq. Efq. Grace St.Efq. Efq. Tighe.Efq. JofephStopford Stopford Rev. Smith. Strettell. R. Thomas Roberts. Nathaniel D. William Edward Roche. Major Powel Mr. Sexton of Commons the Houfe Rev. Steele. Sandys M. Efq. James Stopford Rev. Mrs. Jane Tindall Colonel Tonfon [D] James . Sir James Stewart. R. Tayler William Mr. Mifs William Plummer Efq. Sterling. Efq. Rev. Monf. JofcphSmith Pidgeon. Efq.Efq. Scott. Toby Parcel. James Plunket. Jacob Reynardfon. I. Rev. T. Stump Mr. of SUBSCRIBERS. Mifs Francis Vol. Theobald Mr. Thomas Rev. Dean Rev.Efq. Sir Henry Reed Mr. Mr. - Raftall Mrs. Payne. George Stannard. Annefly Stewart. James Claude Bryan Sheepy. D. Edward Smith Parfons R. Plummer Dr. Efq. William Rochfort. Mr.Efq. Robert Rofs.Efq. RightHon. Arthur Pomeroy. William D.Merchant Thomas R. of Perry. Efq. Smith. Mr. Mr. Reily John Revell. Efq. Q: Dr. Sir Alexander P. Bart. P. Efq.LIST Arthur Owen. William James Sterling.Efq.R. Three Sets Mr.

Yarker Barry Yelverton. Benjamin Vidor. Hamilton Benjamin Twyning Right " Sets Oxon Efq. W. Two Trinity College Library.LIST Travers. Efq. Efq. Mr. Woodall Surgeon Philip Vyvyan. William SUBSCRIBERS. Jofeph Thomas Warren. Rev. Efq. Walter B. Hon. Efq. Efq. Warren William V. D. Vanburgh.P. Efq. Edward Richard Mrs. Y. Mr. Efq. Webb. John Vaughan. Hon. Woiney. of Waterford Waller. Efq. " Right Hon. Mr. Efq. Thomas Major Vyfe Mr. Efq. Efq. Mr. " Ward Warren. John Wogan. Rev. Efq. Yarker. Efq. Thomas Efq. Vandercom " Efq. Right Rev. Mr. Ward R. Efq. Wyatt. John Ufher. White. Agmondefliam Vefey Mr. Fitwilliam Efq. Robert R. Frederick M^fs Younge Yeamans TABLE . Towniend. Travers. John Wilfon. Lord Bifhop John Thomas Hon. William Whately. Willis Francis William Wilfon Efq. of P. Rev. James Topping. James Wilfon. Thomas Efq. Lord Wandesford. Efq. James Twigg.

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Rules to be by the obferved with Obfervations natives regard to Explanation of the Marks the of Ireland. Scotland the and Wales. - - - - - . of - Management of - - - Poetic Numbers.TABLE Of Pranunciatien.---- 0/ Paufes or Stops. - 0/ Efiiphajis. the VoicCy - - - - APPENDIX. of - . Of the Recitation or " - - - - -. in order to pronunciation of the natives ufedin the Diilionaryto pointout attain of a jujipronunciation "/'Engli{h. pronunciation of the tvords. Of Of Tones. A RHE- . the Pitch CONTENTS.

I. in Propriety that of Tongue. Pronun- by the . ciation. of for thePiirpofes Juftnefs Speech.RHETORICAL GRAMMAR ENGLISH Calculated LANGUAGE. of of teaching Delivery. folely and Organs Vol.

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regard and five confonant the throughout up flands With j peculiar number clumfy the marking ufe make fomany fafliion a of the mark ceding pre- which confequently . realityamount on days the to wholly given through of fimple found is rendered in tongue. became which whim and of that mark a of Two compound are us. letters. to ever iflake to itfclf. ox vowels. mentioned. Of N M I. this a j nineteen are in from books'. menfe time reading . another dzh. the adopted Two h u. ignorance Thus. SECTION I M A GR RHETORICAL laid the labyrinth. down. it of or to were thofe their marks are letter. are when a j. the marks. no k of of founds for pronounced as every Roman fuited means no thofe which is are tongue. twenty-fix letters. above fame them. there deficiencyin this it became provincials only reprefent Europe. and afliftance any afford To becoming one and of the a fuch diverfityand clue maftcrs main in were hitherto in thofe according to even this the method objeiSlspropofed 2 bed and educated in have to general great To natives. our of two which there but the alphabet. of is work. which in that alphabet. intricate here for deducting of Latin. appear bcdefghijklmnopqr But A Simple Sounds. adopted time this to fettled principles. of twenty-eight to of founds of but the before k marks remain ought ancient of o. for founds thofe of many is ill calculated alphabet this "c. In . real of the or of two hear we marks of x. a right pronunciation tained con- and not work to the from upon of im- words acquire it. fyllable. vowels and incur nine to ought fimple founds either and / ftand to found And gz. found The the by q of merely but Englifli tongue. founds a and c . R. and s. who will juft pronunciation take of our the pains tongue. contrivances that the to after fuperabounding times. charaders more it. following to and enable to acquire a all.Eiiglifli alphabet the there f fuperfluous the to vowel for fimple all the complete it be letters we by was in alphabet. there as confonants afpiration. not labour. of the give to foreigners or letters that of for a to fimple the revival though founds ufed. diphthongs deficiency is. reafon irregularityin the them "?. in ks the having c : letters no fimple the reprefent to have which q and vowels. founds. there account impoffible by e.

nearer fhort found only the in the laft as would one on The fimplefounds. . ftands for three different founds. found founds b^er. are in hall. marked. vowel fee that each we and Third hall. pa- line. and fhort found lefs than 17 founds there /. the firft the fecond in Ije f. there fubdudlingthefe eightduplicates. marked are by figures. RHETORICAL A 4 of fimplefounds in the vowels. which ek noofe no:e will be furc that he does etfi ez alphabetas q. only differently fame the fcheme. be able to as to would be in readily it repeat the prehend comreadilyand clearly vowels. accordingto the order in which hereafter they lie. "c. not are is not.on a rallel. founds. : et es ev in the Roman fuperfluous. hate. field. not miilake the marks. as. the fame power only be. c cfh cth marks having of ezh ing. . are found but. and and in bufh u the third the two regard to feveral are alfa the ibund fight. the beft way hand. thofe of this firilview At vowels in of tongue our of in 0 perceivedin is the fame So that which are of 1 a o in third founds noofe. beer. in order bet cf SimpleSounds of Cofonants. and occafion I fhall have becaufe in this manner. The but of in found diphthongs. Second. : aaaeooeiu hall hat hate beer Number Thefe eb From ftve muft " and Till amount ed to ef eg the number theyfhall em of charaders be excluded hold it in his el have as are en which improper: two as follow er cp appear are to fit but. fimplefounds. is only the of lovely'. follow onlynine fimplevocal remain founds or vowels. perpendicular not * In this fcheme hit hate bet bear.it will Before them particularize to founds. a fecond have we fhall find that we Thus and e in as The is of only u in y. c and got it by hpnrt. our GRAMMAR. bear. begin with Scheme of ibe Vowels. fyllablc the The / in of And no fecond with fecond founds of in e of of a of cf cates dupli- e. nineteen. as imagine that be apt to examination. y fo by heart. that each reader fiiould copy the above fcheme. in the is laid down what fcheme that all who necefl'ary with followingtreatife regardto they proceed any farther.In order this it will be to the firftplaceto afcertain the number in necelTary firftI {hall And tongue.'ght. fhould get the order in which the words the above lie.and I have clafled them the titles of by they as Firft. fame. the fame. the fliortfound cube.

as truth is.c. or not fimple gz. quality. fuch language. and 00. eb ed ef ek eg el em h ep en ek or efs their I have in that manner. aaaeooeiu hall hat hate beer noofe note w fhort fit bet but y fhort 00 ee Confonants.as no Englifhalphabetas thofe founds. RHETORICAL A azure of by a jun(5lion n . two contrary founds placeda to . jundionof a But by 4th found. and x above. letter into their or marking in Ihall. by of the Englifhalphabet. in the they fhould therefore be called. b S E C T IO . in oficr. them. 3 t 3 3 T - I I . marks are it reprefentsno james. they had adoptedtogether the Greek they fell upon a ezh. diphthongs. which and alphabet. or an is in excel of zh and therefore chara(Slers. with regardboth by the followingfcheme.or merelyan founds. To theymay be cxprefTedin be all founded givenhereafter. theologia. as fing."c. theatrum.as tfiin . fliewn when of ee. one ftroke drawn vowel the ufual in the word etR * their eks nature and or egz. but precedes a diphthong of compound. H in as precededby as . y {hall be names whole view one by ufe of chief lettersin the Roman founds to and letters. And ez ev q By foundingthefe names. a reafon to efh eth ezh ing X qua latter characters in this manner. may be exhibited in Fowels. has by a I. in them adopted from in then their h. But the expedient of in the word tR. an effort of the breath.indeed. the the alphabet Roman mark to it by and Jh. they are reality of the have fimpleas as and /. in laftfive confonants The d. . czh. with afpiration. ring. confequently they had or is 5 example. as two it /" when with fome words theta. j i. GRAMMAR. as each languagewas them. gz. et es j edge c ha er be ttt'K. dzhames . diftinguifli the former found is acrofs the upper part of the R. this mark by an . are . to come for the Ihort founds marks as whofe zv. a The without found alphabet. articulate found. * Th marked Vol.that for praiSice. edzh confidered been any "c. as by enumerated lettersin their no not have expedient we the to s. a in ceafe : and as s. of the reft. being fometimes reprefented fimplefound ing is uniformlymarked The from that of mark three of we have fingle z. though in our being able marking th. of a firftvowel whofe and of f . thofe founds yet given no as in as of etti. of liar pecu- fometiraes and g.as our thefe charafters is of to fland we and ufe have been nature fpeak of diphthongs.as a . as in card .the other in t^ert. as : and afpiration as q that of letter. There befides two are miftaken utterly The formation The grammarians. introduce the Greek to marked by two grammariansas compound founds. powers will before the other confonants. h. . is u. of is.

and 4- nine The impure. being incapableof prolongation. may cannot be tinued. formed er. ep. time found whofe fuch fliort. on fiiort. are es. the Natttre and Formation into prolonged. Qominated firftfix of are firft long vowels. be in the words account fubfequentconfonants. and the voice ftrikes upon that part ilTues: the voice in like a : is formed a by fo . into vocal thofe afpirated. and a ftillmore proportion ftroke of the voice is of which to the lips. can name. their cm. en. impure. from which of Confonants. Vowels. ek. 6 beingformed by fmall a pufhingout' 6 by the lips in a figure refemblingthe circular character which . ef. Thefe though for The formed by the voice afpirated. into pure en. el.eth. be continued There are at pleafurej fix mutes. founded The o.though- ftridly fpeakingthey fliould be therefore the de- doubtful. Thefe a femivowels are. eg. thofe whofe eb^ etlT. near the in the the voice greateft aperture the to of the by which palTage the ftroke of the voice vanced ad- more foundinge the mouth is almoft clofed. er. eg. and the found out througha chink or foramen more of tfttf advancingthe lipsftillmore. and femivowels. longor dcubifid Six hall in that beer hate hat pronouncingthem In and capableof beingrervdered fliort. and Thefe the teeth.and the only long vowels formed within the mouth. fit. are thofe The et. the are After that.but^ it would pointed out be only in found fyllables vowels. mouth. con- thofe which vocal. is the fulleft found. Of Confonants the firftfeat of articulation voice. and be fubdivided may . from nature theyare founds 6 e the founds whofe theyderive femivowels. efh. thofe whofe whofe are eih. and are four afpirated. and their them founds can true feparately. ing. ed. The etS. The long and callingthe the three laft. pronounce united to be divided may be cannot of partaking which the ed. reprefentsthat found of of order. ing. In long. which be divided into may . The by ev.cf. note perceivea juftand regularfcale. ezh. ez. The pure. and puflaing attention in repeating the vowels So that whoever in this will give but a flight oblong kind. fuch thirteen And et. ez. Formation noofe. ev. cs. em. The ek. are. the breath. and afpirated.of the latter. femivowels may are. femivowels.the of nature mutes clafles. will perceivea regularand gradualprogreflion to are the extreme in their difficult to when : a aSj a a three laftvowels. RHETORICAL A 6 II. made proceeds in marking thofe founds. SECTION of the vowels T7*IRST. efli. The mutes.by order. very ftiortfpace. the vocal vocal el. ezh. we I. I do not be may mean prolongedad libitum. eb. two bet. be fubdivided into pure. are impure. fuch as . The pure. the feat of articulation is advanced by is neareft palatewhich graduallylefs aperture. The be at mutes all be fubdivided may prolonged.GRAMMAR. "*" at kind former that and the Nature Of . but theyare theyare neceflarily the fame of the SimpleSounds. are There founds founds vocal. ep.

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view a fcheme of the whole alphabet. from of roof to the organ fo mouth.is permitted to pafs and voice fame feat. of foft as through upper palateare mouth confonants. and by clofelyapplied more a to like the and ifTuingthrough thatpalTage.in horizontal to a feat of and . little behind cepted interin are a vibratingmotion of about the touching either. and ing.obtained have towards firftof is formed the by the roof touch the of the degree the flop the to the is roof fo poflible.and the The El the founds the other of pioducing any in GRAMMAR. only as in as a there is great meafure greater part of it back through nofe. three thatf/ the in wholly intercepted. the to tongue little behind a the may a be which tongue. is formed more fame the as this difference. of roof that fides of the over mouth. under and Er that of ed and the mouth found the the is formed without jaw.accordingto the method laid down. prefluremuft diftance from fame el and are The in this the tip of called gentleapplication of ed. of account on in the fame by clofingthe lipsmuch formed and . todiftinguifh of name palate. the thence this clafs but . pofture. them dental.that the voice in eb. fo in eg the tongue ed and forming laft clafs. back nofe. flopped thus at the applicationof the as in ek^ the voice et. by raifmg found one part of the fame of difpofition middle the voice may of the ifTue the organs tongue to through the a as in forming the gentle mouth. The the teeth at clofelyprefled fo is not a between end lies formation glidesgently voice line flraight towards back Farther is be tongue teeth. they feat is farther removed thofe whofe from feat of whofe er. with as through En firftbut the the iffuingthrough round's . by a not et. RHETORICAL A 8 produced of the be forced I fhall the mouth. contadl and the found with the remainder nofe. this. the in fo as back through now exhibit that the at fame feat. and at is formed. called the tongue of is. en. force the el. make Em ek^ by only difference of their formation the and manner lips. in the much the tongue. nofe. of em. that little while a mentioned before was ing. SCHEME above . the pofitionthe is clofe to the feat of their formation the as palatine. much Behind eg. formed the and and eg that the found manner as 15 continue may the raifing the up for middle in nafal.

ek eg ek en em etR ez ". eb 3 Pure Mutes. blilci . our 6 a a a e hall hat hate beer o noofe note w Confonants. for is X. Divided em eth afpiration. j. efh.eg ek el 3 Nafal. THE OF in Tongue28.GRAMMAR. merelya mark divided Confonants et es ftands for edzh. 2 em which Superfluous. c. ezh ing.which are c 1 and li. of into Mutes 6 Aluies. el 4 ef Afpirated. RHETORICAL A SCHEME offimpleSounds Number Vowels. SECTION Of Diphthongs. all the diphthongswhich have ufuallypafledfor fimplefounds. letter. 3 13 Semivowels. TTAVING examined founds There the are or two I. ing.eb ed ef y el ek eg or Impure. No er ep has the power which Compound. efs. or Semivoiveh.bccaufe theyare by fmglecharacters. ef el ed 9 TfliTtf/.as founded in the words for fight. er. h. 9 ALPHABET. ettt efs ez ezh efli. efs er em en efs etR er 4 Labial. ep ev ez ev ez etti eth efh eth ezh ing. 1 en that of ek before q. of our nioft part marked Vol. I fiiallnow piocecdto the double diphthongs. 2 1 fit fliort ee fliort 00 19 e bet again into ef. and et. eb ep ev 8 Dental. eb ed eg. of ek ev ^z. fimple founds in our tongue. 6d et eth 4 Palatine. en efh ezh ing. ep et. III.

compofed is ow mouth and blended with heard not j the the to but j and e . from latter the and is a by is the both. voice thofe vowels given to by GRAMMAR. All the other of diphthongs the characters w and y. It muft be obferved then. wifh offormingcertain to Sounds.the in is firftopened fliallfind that the mouth pofition . tth.by a is checked and its and e o . that formed by the or oy u diphthong oi found The fame is changed by diphthong ou manner as i is perfeiSed. SECTION tie Manner Of 1 for neceflary will be T in fimplefounds all the any farther.theywill never never of themfelves reigners. fo- except and etiT conquer. properly. and a as is upon. As word. a founds jun*Sionof this difference. pofition which is a e . different from third of diphthong lips. checked former being of the jaw reality they are our vowels.blue . placethe organin a pofition that . diphthong!. now. as pofition The in ! is compofed found The degree of aperture. as . eth. which fo If the upper to near per- and a vow^els. that in the French mouth.' rapidlyuttered.to Englifti pronounce diphthongsenumerated and not are the French to are I have found have be found diredions about formed unlefs they are confequently. as is formed e with it. For before in thofe founds which of our vowels. and fame vowels of the dwelt e thus fallingfo third found a or that of ! . Bur flcndereft of the fmalltft aperture of the mouth. RHETORICAL A 10 firftfound as oiv. And peculiarto are point out be as more thefe are full in as tongue the my the articulations are and and Englifli. I ihall tongue all protrudedbeyondthe teeth . by the fiiortfounds other vowels and combining with tongue our all the preceding are formed of o and them. the founds the firftmade the to the get can is in and paflagethrough a the vowel when quicklyinto diphthong!? with the the found o. that the founds alreadydefcribed founds peculiar in their own explainedabove. before its much in the before that found but pofitionof foundingo. cmrepeating the latter and largeft. themfelves make exercifed fliould be conftantly particularly foreigners more the fuch founds In the French but all who IV. founds 6. found to found. heard diftinftly and oj is formed of foundinga. ct'\\. e marked by thus. noife. in thou. attend we fame before the in the fame and flenderone. and ing. procefs in forming this found.that if it found. and all our forming the fcarce any Frenchman and which purpofe I fliall or two founds can foreigner confonants of the tongue is told to do it. perfect theyproceed being a language generallyfpoken by of all the mode tongues. within which them. the not. the refults the diphthong ou or the lipsto that oi. fed diphthongs. the by two firftvowel or a.producesa coalefcing The the the fullefland ot by we the fame alphabet. firftin the being at of the under motion is drawn jaw the union a going were the full thus diftinit power own is formed the under its juniElion with the latter vowel the .

the producingthe Englifhing. either. time pro- " found longingthe of the voice marked confonant nearlyapproachingto it.nor not third found a them of the vowels found to progrefsby a vin. check and Of toncrue. under To let him then j the tongue in that . found. tongue it be fpecls touch the roof not in a fimilar raife the middle to to by ing. and familiar. new they continue of being informed of want A call it den And a t.the the at cafes it will be of ufe time after the formation of told. teeth all at then. cw. this n that pronounce in as them. and et% to R. be found it confiftsin 2 that pronounce purpofe.though in other rewants to produce this found. Englifli language.oi or i.and but pofition. of his mouth founded has alfo is a the union a to li. there refults from to words the difference confifts in this. diphthongis formed that fituation in which of the two compound of found in all their in pronouncini' in the word in the French producethat found. he has onlv foreigner gentlecontatSt with for that Dieu. ter ut- time the fame at f/lT. and in fuch or ou dent will be words the found There its meant a of a is the found or our defire a foreicmer that vowel fuddcn e motion . as touchingthe drasv back previousto only. breath or the upper the end to tt. a words dew. for in all words I C it in their to thin. viz. refcmbles be inftantly a. as continued. which beyond them fomewhat be produced. neceflarily as fyllable. v/ithdravving certainly producethe word thin.but as to are is the found diphthongv/hich has no both. intention an teeth. founds become The in the it In French. for pofition fame will in the words he precedingletters.to The oiilydifference between nafal vowels.that by applyingthe tipof word cut be to and the continue the at the fame letter. if it be but ftridlly neceflarily found the when form etb it he fiiould or how a word fyllable. changing eth R fo that when . having the then^ without the word E H they pronounce manner do all their lives to thod followngplainfimpleme- the followed. and his behind the prefsit againil voice with muft the organs thefe founds continued be to the in the by is before .R A that it had been in before never that is neareft the found utter O T to M A theyare urged to of tongue. a begins foreigner (hewing of defirous of protrudethe tipof Defire him to let pofition him any.and yet diphthong u and dent as is. you to going to Thus is a found ca?np. and to in the them as therefore in this way 'the firft four are the of the mouth his tongue into nafal vowels. Suppofethen you were producingthofe founds.tin. is perhapspeculiar be found in the French does of into the With regardto this number found in pofition. inftantly then of fomewhat of the vowels jaw a enumerated difference between a his mouth the under till by pradtice the latter. and or after immediatelyperceptibleby founding it in flopping the upper. a fo that in order .that their diphthongterminates in the French in the our vowel words a/. and in breath fome In both only. have feveral not to be found diphthongs.and completed. of is formed. found which .fine. theynaturally to in like . he muil When teeth without upper found to exactlyin be his teeth and his tongue between foundingthe voice is oiF breathe. that in forming the French founds. fine. 1. and any of the converted of the breath former. the pronounce the of the tongue. will be i.the Englifli French vine. is formed corffonaht tongue edge of the to emit word a will hmt the founding the after inftantaneoufly the tongue end the word right found the inftead of any voice.breath. to be found perceived by foundingafter them this. mieux.he muft finiflithe word to whilft in that of breath.the . but the difference will mew. and a R G L A mcchanifm containingthofe founds. as to oy.If that there is words a open but on ours e And as them wide a i Our if he towards were the French the roof nafal vowel above.that their the firfteffort of the voice refemblance in fuch in our risfembling cuttingoff all found. as breathe.There the Englifhconfonant heard in the word ding-dong. M pointedout the organs own d. the voice is vowel.

is the found fyllable. tongue. were change the upper.which and . be told that it into the an exadt a. our which to diphthongou is the in the inftrudt foreigners To that . Our eu. our are y to be confidered mieux. fame our combinations of grammarians. and takingup their producing the voyage. by the fhort founds vowels all the other all like manner. our terminates ours compofed in not GRAMMAR. before diftindly either ways. a ou. that the firftvowel This e. and he is to a To form fome time o. at and fhort voice in cut.which word. double written. wherein reprefents In there fhould be the that necefTary diphthong i. idea of view but : ou: . oi by or ey.bien . RHETORICAL A 12 a the of under-jaw. by their j'. dwelling re- u. is have we of laft. of the words either our they will of and o when e. and y. as ow. found.a foreigneris to it the firftfound the found eye of pofitionof forming the with and e form To o. and fhall is call them means or digraphs. it form the to completed. owing to their if in all not being which commencing diphthongs forming the French of pofition As and the miftake the charafter it from them diphthong. greatefl is the fame the found third a pleted com- of the undertime of found the ferent dif- otu. to ceafe. the thong diph- it unites in as noife. 1 fhall take the double-founding. gans by Englinior- completedbut rapidlyrunning not neceflaryto found the flender that of the latter vowel oy it is or before vowel. the French to the fame individually interwoven two fail of they cannot thofe formed To a pronunciationof thefe. confider it as ending in the French French the on founds the to prefentation in very hard is therefore found and tongue. and w owl. diphthong oi differs from found not o". reprefented theyprecedethem in of coininga liberty new enumerated have many from w place their are exhibited lipsin the proper by in the words as letter like to it forms their affirmative as a to inform only necefTary has been v. by a rapidmotion pofition protrudingthe lips in the form of founding 6. of the but before . is e. the fame for inflance. which reality theyare only fo fuch diftinguifh vees diphthongsformed I have which found be when ou. royaume. that found the coaiefcence of formed are having neither the two. it will of the nature true that letter with vowels or combining with true is we pronoun it.there a vaft of variety abfurdlycalled diphthongsby of the reprefenting diphthongs. boys.when fimplefounds of our vowels. SECTION . the of formed be to properlytherefore. floppingthe former as to are or if it the been and moft different ways true defcribed. or Eng- found. This is to inftantly is heard. Befide thofe in by foundingthat of their /. To producethe diphthongou aperture of the mouth the organs towards jaw lattervowel or from All both. or them as as anfweringto in the laft fyllables moyen.there which the charadlers by and diphthongsin the other about of pronouncing o. pronoun is you interceptedby and two diphthong is reprefented of the motion voice the then full found the pronounce f only in this.viande. in the as found and power exactlyin anfwers iv our lifh o. by arifes from tongue our commit they conflantly informed in thus.

the curious far Vot. RHETORICAL A SECTION the Of I. fyllables their words the fuch as only by in the knowledge the make pronounce only might render from be fet down never a aware in marking fpecimensof irregularity of. every in the Whereas art. rules fliould be ftridlly the four following their archetypes.to which At of their without one. words. The but were in there an exprefs reader is referred *.or rather indeed books. written our man ufed them of this enabled fightin properly pronunciation of true fource original other the charafters. joiningletters fo mafters. upon the rules . Lectures on Elocution. confidered are characler fhould be fet down Worth. to to as adeptsin them fo violated. together that totally difregarded. in a Varietyofdifferent Ways. fet forth is to fpelling natives. in order the as which word in any fliould have Every diftincl fimplefound 2 in make to them corre- obferved. the art of thofe who ments conceal the of art caufes which from layin contributed a prefentI our which fhall content founds. than necef- alphabet. which cyphers. character fhould fame 3.as has the learner neceflary laugh I. not diltinft character a it. mofl: or hierogliphics. with the of their alphabet alone. Ufeand Abufe ofLetters words written WHEN 13 is pronounced. had increafe the myfelfwith Sounds the all Englifli little invented. is the flate of indeed Such and will celebrated languagesof juflily two at the of two reprefentative beingpronouncedaccordingto and words.that defective to and naturally readingproperlyrequiresthe labour of many has hitherto treatife for that purpofe. in the names not the old Greece thefe rules are been that confufion.and language. farther aid of rules affiftancecan no all except from . before he enters juflpronunciation.GRAMMAR. to fpoiid No V.as diiFerent founds. upon farily rules Thefe obferved ftridlly were that infomuch Rome. All their producethofe founds. as are to it is all who our heart fhall firrah " not Vid. to flate of the mentioned been or weeks frequently to nunciation pro- years. to exhibiting view fuch fhould be of Vozvels marked plaifler or the darkeft alphabet.were to guidehim throughthis labyrinth Same reading. The founds fliould be marked compound 4.for which mark to it flioulJ uniformlyftand. fpelUngor refrefenting types of founds. before have a fo few be derived difficult conceal the fentiour itvi well educated a and of their manner of praftice better calculated key.

ph G. - - laugh. - - Philip. fh fecial. - - two vowels our better. gentle. - as that of ad . who inftances of find the ftateof we marked our in marking irregularity confonants in - - has its found marked by too tedious k - founds. T alfo . zh ofier. care. Sounds Different there With Ihall many more here B is often mute. Nor enumerate. C has three F as by the fame Vowels. tomb. gold. go s yes. z rofe.RHETORICAL A e he ea Tea ei deceit ey key ce fcetus ie field ee fee eo people i machine GRAMMAR. s gh G to debt. of ceafe. _ . letters. joy. much - founds. fh paflion. has J has the fame S has four two found different combinations founds.

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feparateit from upper gum of foundingd at the end of For the organ beingleft in the pofition be producedof courfe. It has. gu. general found geefe.h. fyllable vicious that found word and unlefs it makes is movement. g. it has Before the vowel names fo other hard. new a in the cafe as often though not letteris fometimes d in uttering the laft fyllable. it is cha^. and the Greek. to to in all words filent. zdly.cough: of which found marked words. as to letter d with the called the This z. way the the in of little that reft let them pofuion a fyllable. of an a But all words beginning with that letter only the following: heir. enable vowel then them before let them afpiratedz or e2. J .//. geld gear. ftands y . the the following fyllables.Though as in and v. condign. humbles. likewife be in jy. Ch with conjunftion g too. keeping forming^/.fometimes and phikfophy. the derived from This f in lauirh.GRAMMAR. the eye. a.. thin phikfophy \ as filent. except an in light.By gh affumes the power an n. handfe). as before the vowels before is very dubious letter is Hebrew. from terms articulate only power charm.it pronounce to of a reprefentative to fuch is have and to to found the the French compound prefentthe 6 found j. in its proper more particleof. firftto fpeltwith form %h or found as produced. upon it and without the found der the then let them pufliing forward. epitaph. This the in neceffarily handkerchief. pronouncedtfliarm. tal. as peculiar founds. honour. keepingthe tongue try compound a . it ftands for two With effort of or fignof afpiration. it has when it ferves to {hew of treating but is to be fupplied. facilitate this. in as an foft found rule. it ftands for the compound t. humour. hofiler. in the which found of ed%h firftof thefe to is or that pofition exadly the dzha. afpirated that letter is formed it has when fame will be up of ^ and made in their feveral tongues . not as its foft found e.hofpi- it is put to to a for k in chorus .of which as characSlcris This are technical or /'. itspowers wanted alphabetare our followed ejh. ihall be confidered in by an . like c. the huJ. F F found always its own it from to diflinguifh has founded laugh.With gh the found With for s laugh. that it is combined y in varietyof other ufes wherever ch.where o^in is it often ending of in the beginningand /"i.as fliall. pronounce . of formingthe fame pofition of protrudingit fo as to touch the teeth. in be called firftof thefe may The found hard firftor but to itfelf.3dly. ga. by repeating be known may /. ufe.honefi.When frequently illre'ign. it will be proper thus edjc"and afterwards.United tjh. as or common confonant. fometimes is con- by by ^/^. G G in oentle. in the words as quiefcent. go. the other in gold. RHETORICAL A . fecond found its hard efFort of the breath. as ed. tongue loud. In fome others which letters. mere and fingle. it has the power as by two^'s.both in the word fingle.feoff. the French I have To _. in as well as of a in fpelling. yet when flant to its found in the except cv. get and and in o.handfome. hour. and its derivatives . as where except found. and it not as foreigners to dtfire them only requifite it.in order . except is to alwaysits before e. u. for c. in as thought.as place. fuglt. humble. letter is the This is a difficult found it.jior gi. does in founds. only in fome proper in phlegm. However." will the tongue forward (o as to toucli the teeth in forming is producedby pufliing pronunciation the d in the for as it is can and the to cure they properly eafy.one has two and tfiin. ift. defefts of any or/ withy common foft hereafter. By ^as generalits be reducible to its derivatives . of any mark no precededby be more is the This the breath. je.

3dly.RHETORICAL A with begina fyllable order to in the place the tongue letter is This that found. or ttT and f.as \nfa. but the With u the differencebetween is filent.zh. following followingvowel. where alwaysfollowed by with immediately the i. as It is alwaysfilentwhen fiot . R This letterhas alwaysthe fame found. for which k finiflies the their ufe of it and with a in the words found of the confonant This of power as found except when This of k. king. as locks. in a diphthongfound letter is . as djoy [joy]. joinedto quarrel^ que/Hon^ antiquity . nouns 5thly. "c.When by any of preceded in the fame fyllable the pure mutes. and is when fuperfluous lock^Jiid.All words endingin is. of foundinged. which with it. and the plurals words In all in double as ending idly. diphthongfound foreigners.kiiaw.antique. ift. as circus."c. N is likewife uniform. has always one uniform philofophy. except in the endingin ea. deprefs. alwaysat beginningof words. genius. has. as in by hard r. vowel. I. are by combined are the fyllable. The fame at the end of of monofyllable as.Its own as in rofe . is never it precedesa onlywhen the followed u vowels two lattervowels two well as that in the French confifts in this. only fyllable.knot . and us the u the q unites itfelf forms quoi. was.and then it aflumes the an and filent.the only one will be fufficientto pointout diphthong a in the French its true ciation pronun- filent.. or the words the ours the into which to the where pique. peculiar ift.and the pronoun his. k. one as balm^ pfalm. 3dly.Jh. hats. the theyterminate in as. faultlcfs. where it has the found of 2. 4thly. 4thly.All endingin us and t"us .pleas.as this. " M in its found. is alfo reprcfcnted by foft fame found.z. and is never is founded In it word as r. naufeous.let them concluding the previous vowel let them uttering vowel. and without pofition fubfequentyfollowed by a and filent.caps. It has its own words.It letterit ftands /. fyllable.When proper found of s as found.baftis. be mentioned to in hymn. e It . but N it When precedesg it is always mute another reprefents after in the fame m fimplefound as fyllable. as in paffion . cutaneous. when has L followed colonel by an in the fame m pronounced curnel. fcoffsi Vol. p.and is never alfo uniform Mh filent. condemn. hereafter. as pronouncedno. which g. a in the French " as havingthe found in the fame manner as is admitted. P letter has This of power ^ an/.card. 7}. L filent but alwaysone uniform found. never has alwaysthe 17 difficultthan is more oi d into that of the the found run GRAMMAR.yes . reprefented alfo the alwaj's has to a in the fame n hard c.except the verb is. in the word in Englifli . 2dly.tennis. fuch as feas. in ofier.djoke[joke]. as always the fome other vowel. t. and is never filent 5 S ftands for four differentfounds . as in gejiure. iejif K K It precedesan annexed fame found.

Z This . any other confonant has the found of precededby a befide when z mute pure as dates. the precededin ift. and be a vowel.nuptial-.beds. exhibition.It riches."c. occaf. This found of the d. explojlan. alwaysthe of in the firftfyllable it is found When 1.^Ir and/. celejlial. egzemplary to the third of this clafs. ending\nfier. /.on. example. and a as that which accordingto exalt.bells. never X character ftands for This of words At the end found of ks 2. 4. s in precedes. as nation.it has by a confonant. as in fyllable beginningwith following There is but one of the letter rightpronunciacion exemplaryfrom egzaltation. ccnfufion. utther.cakes. "c. followed the found of ^z onlyin not by an every fituation except when have afliftthe memory in which it is onlyneccflary to to executor. in the fame \nfionprecededby eliding oi fljin all words It has the found a confonant j in as emulfmi. former. in as in all terminations in ch by the fame the tongue fo caufe before was on mentioned was touch the teeth to as that as fo and tioned men- in all words as of the affecting is curable only of ii. it has which compound founds.and above found of ^z in them exaltation from have beginningwith fyllable accented are And it is to cafes. quejlion. fon. mutes. for utter.difpeifion. f:on.hofier. as " it is followed When found of ks. theyfaybetthcr. pronouncedks. gz . exiji.and faultymanner an Sec.8 fame fyllable by dams. it has alwaysthe upon immediatelylie upon flillthe found that it is ftill fyl'able. blabs. bajlion. the other of^z. it has when be/lial. is filent. like t has the found of manner by In marked cafe it takes the found of tjhufually which an s. cohefton.as vowel. ."c. V has V uniform alwaysone and found. the pure GRAMMAR.as crofier. the exonerate. exculpate.exalt. RHETORICAL A . "c. And cafe in which in fome is preferved derivatives from the the fame accent there words that primitives example.When It has the found of z. except when fanclion. of ks wherever 3. except when thicken provincials the found better. and at the end of beginningof the at fyllables. in the wtor6 fatiety. I for d. and tax. though in the latter. if the But found of thus by may a in lie.begs. 7* Irifliand other pronouncingthis letterthe the regardto with that flruflure. the accent the found of ks in vowel.exert.expan- "c. if accent do immediatelyupon the is where be changed to Thus and a few the words it. or afpirated fyllable next fure rule is providedfor the a word. as in vex. as the vowel a word finifhing precededby adiy.feries.as martial.one two x in all recourfe exceptionsto this contrary to the maxims have the changed to muft be obferved with to words laid down all words fuch . alfo in all words r letter has its own This It has the found of found proper all words. s It has the found ofy" in all terminations in tion. exercife. arifes from the mean of protruding In tial. ex'ecute is has the accent exhilarate. As incljion. precededby of zh in And vowel a in as . notion. as is then X in the the accent followed When a has extricnte. exuberant.muft be founded the firftfyllable in the regardto two generalrule. as ceded pre- alfo the found of ch. j in the fame way. fyllable.as rule. the power in executioner. except when as e...

in except the the pronoun Their formed and nature point to now whollyby thou^and its derivatives.thence. except as ureathyand worthy. French. except in derivative and retains the primitive primitives . thou. as . in than. where to be found the 7Z1has uniformly fame .then. of ih. 2dly. Zh This . precededby another this combination properly ch in the words never in filent. there remains of this mark to its tx^^odifferent ufes.cherc. which is no that foreigners our of this power of which it is in cialand ervding //"?/. containing By nation . thus. thus Icath/ome and the of tooth tootlTing originalafpirate . much to cion and .zs fufpicion. and in in words pronounce it will be the French the fame invariably the I have found greater number reprefentative.though precedinga a though preceding In in any middle found before confonants. to be found and as It is imprejfion. before afpirated is to be obferved the fame many alwaysthe found of tTiwart. itsown.this. vowel. The fometimes And -mith all my more. machine. of their confonant loath. afpi- without. in all which tfi .them. of to found which a few retain the found the moft of words. it has its vocal foond. found alwaysitsvocal when followed by a final mute e as in bathey fyllable. as when followingwords. tious. that.their. in as y.Thames. fun by called ejli. or French .. fympathy. alfo in the found as charitc. followed When the v/ords by a found. thill. thee. fingle thefe are the Thomas.thy.when compound words. With or r after it. except afpirated in the underneath. as chevalier. and as it always is French. lureath. of taken from an s wherever the is e and to onlyneceilary inform / in all words in ciousand J/ja/l. ner man- the riwht out the and breath. witnjland. vocal before a it is not compounded.RHETORICAL A GRAMMA 39 Z letteris feen in very few words This by both of thefe and Having done in as s. and the s. "c. in the fame breathe."c. the. one . thyme. examine proceedto therefore are reprefented by letters. It has vocal .thine. followingmonofyllabies. ail the confonants with have as no has been for the moft: part ufurped as its power Englifli. reafon. fmooih. like in a and /.and afpirate it has the healthy. luitt. confonant. inflances th is founded words. in our to mark and them. Sh is the proper This wherever is combination the proper zs in it has it appears ufurpedin cetaceous as reprefented by ch In order French. by the letters partial fecial. that appear peculiarcharaders I (hall now alphabet. two Thefe different founds marked two are have of formation been combination the fame by alreadyfufficiently explained .though. j in the lafl fyliable it has its afpirate In all other fituationsof th.to feet h.thither. application of words tt\ has alwaysits afpirated In the beginning found.oris ift. azure ofier. fyllablcs the vocal in generalrule is. heart. fupplied by are fimplefounds fuch founds two reprefents It i. be/})eath.there.their. a rated. tion. i in csous for the found which mark c t and s. ivith is fometimes particle but vowel . to neath. booth. as. wijh. it has ly At the end of words /S has its found.that before vowels. of letters.to foolh. tiiroiv. contentious as capricious. But the found words. of in as razor the other zh. as in its detached ftate.

\x\bang. fijhmonger. afion. as be firftrule. fyllable. range. c Im balm pfalm / finalg mb lamb limb b mn hymn contemn " wr wry wrong w filentwhen conftantly combinations applied to combined in the fame different purpofes. i/ion. and foreigners are to avoid pronouncingwords an mark. mute a e the into next is never be filent. flows generally luronger the end of words. its found a is changed is fyllable with only its own fyllable the found of the Iaft g it lends yet fometimes after it will Jlrange. 3dly. and are wh. wrong.as mejfinger^ Of ConfonantDigraphs. This The combination fame rule which is fometimes pointedout founded the true as fimples. reducing fyllables apparent combination. i"i its correlative correfpondto ftate to the written z% and divided a it that confonant. fometimes as Ih.only prefixing an j. vowels. two the French The But j found there as mixed a added to found. the only exceptions to To thefe the Iaft fyllable : thefe to are be added may likewife fome linger. Sc. ceded h ave of former the the found foft an n by fyllable "c. 3 ki . kn knife know k filent. pronounced young-_g^^r. younger.ftrong-^^r. conger. challenge. though the h an to for its z feldom reprefented by termination s confifted of four the iaft into one. in as of pronunciation c feene.in the fame largeliftof fimplefounds a the debt doubt ck crack attack gn fign malign gn incip. I have before fliewn I fhall now enumerate founded.on. . ift. has hitherto got have therefore added but fcmetimes. go. or foft word fame exa"llythe make only three if it were as its generalmark " is to primitives endingin Ng always uniform the fame to that of the as manner. hard to thefe combined the difference confifts. pronounced longer Jlrmger. of the " and y. gnat gnaw g flegm apothegm g All the above four other are where by I called Digraphs'. of them. Zh This found which it. ufion ejion.hanger. ranger . areyi-. will ferve in this cafe alfo. as \n feoff.Whenever ^. which two two prefented to are the eye. Frenchy.All to letters is different founds annexed are one but oc-ca-fi . o/ion. Thefe two. givingthe thus if g they of found it ng^ has ng in the words as . peculiarmark no words ending in nge retain the with the found primitive when fucceeding fyllable added it. g or _/. divif. cohefton. to neceflary it. finger. with the word Xong-ger. When range. as fpelt occajun. any of the Jion precededby This Bccafton. bt gm marked inftancesof confonants b filent.and thefe fyllable. Jlrange. monger "c.as All other words ending in ^^r. pronouncingthe but in azure. before the different vowels. anger. which fhould \ ftrong. are add the hard as. primitivewords its if as that the alfo with all derivatives. preJlranger challenger.H R A 20 E T O I C R L A M A R G M A R. and at in next as long.there ch. zdly. exphfmiyinfufion. and but one fyllaljle. I reprefent Jh. It is is in I have called izh in the liftof letters. as this ftruflure in the French of on z. of fiiew wherein to thus fyllables found making as vowels. clofing harbinger.Befide thefe.

chagrin chamade chamois chancre.neigh. the of pronunciation ch thefe that are follow. pronouncedyot. by pronouncedlok.the zd has the found of /f. with their derivatives. founded Jlrptlc. in the Irifh pronunciation not of this found to foreign pronunciation organs. ftomach. Lilach.that the found of the French J^" defcribcd. euloch. 2d in proper The in technical The 3d The words in and technical terms names terms and differfrom the ufual ufc which common adoptedfrom few other words a the Greek.where ch is filent. the " found lough.tetrarch. in the all words.herefiarch.laugh. chsfus. in the words charm. nuch. as found general of ijhyexcept the : following headach.maftich. hemiftich. Sec. with propofedwith regardto the lattery. as fyllables. founded as i and yacht. hierarch. except *i and (keptic. word facilitatethe raethod as was I. before be formed in the Vol. is and ofy" hiccough Jhough fame /. following " fliok lough hligh. anarch.light.The The is compound found compound in tjhis what prevails of to be found of t/h. before common all the vowels *. RHETORICAL A is filentbefore se and e s! ko ku si fko fkii only in the waxd /. ufe.diftich.f. champaign (wine) champignon chandelier chevalier chicane chivalry chaife All words Jch and ch have the in terminating its derivatives. fometimes It is filent at where following.ciaugh-ter. " Gh This words combination is fometimes as hard g. pronounced ift is the chivalry. monarch. lok blithe. It has the found And founded manner there it will be to follow only neceffary this difference.for lake. a This combination I ft or in three differentways.conch. cof founded hiccup ' as ^ho/i. in high. of hard the end in the g of at the words beginningof and it alTumes the power founded The to is often as filent. . except onlyin To cst/gh chough enough laugh rough tough.ka se fka Tvheic c GRAMMAR.preceding i fuited to as a / infteadof the a i etch.and all the Englifhwords in 3d of J?}. ff. itsderivatives. has a peculiarguttural whom it is in general Englifh organs. derived from French. chuf enuf laf ruf tuf.

in This is two combination who.H R A 22 E O T R I C L A G R M A M A R. ways the a ufelefs. whofe vowel vocal found.fur. except before the vowel o .. one " EXCEPTIONS.flur. The vowels is on the vowel. that follows the h. 4.. ho hole hop. Of . and of r a in war. and i before wad. which is thus made long. or led am But their accent have their firftfounds. 1. 3. diphthongs conjundtion afpirates. as vowels. of e the accent 6 in was.which /. as. GENERAL MONOSYLLABLES endingin fingleconfonants. in that cafe the this rule refers onlyto fuch fp'it Jlrop contain but as monofyllables Jlruck. Jlir. vowel. founded hoo. afpirate precedesthe writingafter the w. 3. precedesr as car.whether the bet fit confiftsof monofyllable but. is w forms in the for the Words. hat and this. mt 2. "while why."?.have IIV nant marked . utterly diphthongwith the in tvhen. founds in the the other it has only the firft. (yis)0 that of u in fon (sun) and " has its 2d found in put. fame When a found .Thefe is. precededby as. SECTION Riiks pov/cr of if written hoen. when it precedes fimpleafpirate any o" in with the them. where In the fecond the precedesthe -m.Jir. It has the found 2.that it never flands for the while the vowels. is filentbefore the vowel o. change their found to that of u " as htr.thoughit retains the bar.. luhaU ivheel hoale hoel . As zw employed. with very few exceptions. and in the or ftrefson the confo- Scheme. The vowel e has the found of / in . far.the vj w forms a fimpleh. RULE. as in VI. pronounced as as in all founds of this fort the placethe h in Didionary. who whole whoop. hoile hoy. pronounced bur.which differentufes of wh as in found afpirate be may it has been I have error a reformed pointedout by one to great abfurdity in markingthofe fimplerule. inftead of before. 5 letters. of EngViJli Pronunciation Of Monofyllahks.

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trotlT. ri. full. bolt. " brotlT. fame the before has of u. morn. a born.croft. endingin Of Monofyllahles The marks e in mute that the vowels The it is. o of monofyllables in its fecond.clotR. aft.fortiT. and by of a final. poft ^}T. Except gold. [founded as one prove. Exceptions: o rude.k 0 founds.saft. / mute. munk. Exceptions: Exceptions: u. b ford. u " " " it. and and alfo in there that e general. is very for that changesits found It likewife termination. .roll. " womb tomb. 6 bold. full. //. except when between founds . e are ceptions.poll. "/.noil. ghoft.wortll. hav the o e.ftrong. where the u 6 But . e. V This has vowel words.of if written To none . 6 flroll. u " work. RHETORICAL A i^ 0 vowel The i. prude. wort. 6 font. u monk. cord. tung. horn. o " move. in which o the lofe.". hurl. 6 port. 6 cofl. come. alwaysits firftfound where in the words as it has the found of .whofe. pluclc. followed The its third found. corn. toll. wer'e. gon'e. a oft. fpunk. 6 GotBa " 6 pork u "c. EXAMPLES. fometimes lowing except in the fol- mute. fcroll. foft . the vowel then it has the found .flotlT dotS. - o folk . precededby an . mule."c. and has bid. toll.. /". where won].c.fnort. sold. " dove. droll.] ga always the found of o.^ 6 bomb ng^ 6 fong. like here. is pronounced like fhon'e.7. founded ^Excepttong. li wont. .fort \_fignifying torn. worn. It has and . ftork rn. Except grofs.wrota a " doft. hull. pe.loft. and all its three thefe differentfounds as irregular.love. o is founded n. "/^. fork. colt. 6 feoff. Exceptions: e there. " 6 borne " fhort.frotti. 6 hoft. o.":/.pujij. o " 6 loll. fword //".bujh. " chord. b filent. mere. u 7"//."c.trolL. fome. glofs. vowel fometimes and a e / are is feldom to followed alwaysits third found. front td.doll.moft.toft.froft. ex- when mute e. raonttl. founded /(/.dolt. ar u bad e.where.fport a yj. u " botlT. lord a " 6 word. fort. glove. 6 mofs. fuffercd}^ motlT" u o fworn. rule. " 6 comb " fponk .":c. " e all preceded by an r.GRAMMAR. e confonant one their fecond have . and often are has often that of the found of 6 before ff. a cork. pure.joll. "c. y?. (hove . quotR. " u [pret.but fort by a mute vowel u.it has has there is but where monofyllables. mock. done.

Oo as.farce flillbeinglengthened. tea. as its hard as fore be- was found pique. wo. the followinc. pea. woo. no. are the pronounced. too.to fhall (hew it has the found (how . tho' . its times havingits with monofyllables ends 0 never fingle U never foreignwords. two. bl6w. and coo. the laftcafe. do . Englifli the itfelf. " g Ai . in the monofyllable except The the. except Ue after inflead of its foft one. o as. a e) chance. pronouncedlo.. g true. cow. diph. in Voixds that or /oo. when vowel The that the vowel pronounced. blithe. plow.the vowel generalon Examples."c. horfe (exceptforce and worfe. RHETORICAL A drudge. of of double vowels.thee. Oe Ue e fee. as placefupplied except monofyllable. final or in before ths beingon in that cafe not accent mufl have. {a . where its third found . try. pence. blue. em- go. edge. "c. a the end word.pro The con. but its firft(hort found. and exceptedwords ending in ange.fince. I confiderable. vogue digraphs. : they. vow. words has The who. barge. vowels.clue. as range. bow (to fhoot with). "c. though there two I fhall call digraphs. . ' saw. Ou o you Ow 6 of e. we. doe. them diftinguifh . more I.fhy. key ley. except fhoe. daw. fhe. I6. thou. and But there of them are that monofyllables many Ay has always the Aw has always the Ea has the found end in found of a .grey as.the. e. all other ii^n at the end of any is / and vowel and to ends and fro. ftrange found in but their fecond clothe.But when e but vowel. Badge. number . ' . . where the except fcarce. at alway in The ye. tea. the word only to in the words by _y.fometimes of u. and be found of after r. u .and in which diphthong. brow. ending in tlie. as.pray found of a . the former way.dodge.beingbut a fimplefound marked by mufl: be this rule From letters. me. . change. vowel terms. and e pronounced at is never fingle. fyllabie a cording ac- its fecond. day. mentioned. except e." " . as bathe. . glow. r 25 pronounced in fuch the confonants. . He. except in the affirmative particle ay. as. founded fhort. of monofyllables. as. so. now. when particle phatic.except a it only marks fea. thofe . confonants. two in ending Of Moncfyllabks ends monofyllable Englifti No he. tb ought to be confidered only as a fingle letter. of and any is ' words as its third found. " it is a bow all other (an of act monofyllables except reverence). how. Ee the fame Ey has the found le off as.plea. 6 as. the found of curfe. where the vowels have . ":c. has the found to particle lu be found in fome technical fry. the precededby two is mute the rule before laid down. as. not to has GRAMMAR. be.cringe. In fuch it is to have precedes which the fecond found monofyllablebut no ' fecond. as. as. . ho. not much Vol. The sea.pronounced L of following: bo. a particle it has its third found. where ferves only to rogue. to Thefe uttered. die. as or as rue. if written as in fpelt tu. is beginning in their order. u). foe . that the g is to have after q the found at o the of/. from be but the found of one diphthongs.

floor.search.e'er (forever). Exceptions: friend. always the this has . Always a.V. feign.which /. are k. field. ftead. ends fyllable followingin The bear. lie. pronounced Go breaft "c. fingle in the found of "'. ea realm.cool. . and hearth have Heart others confonants. Ei eight. general . e to the rule.jaunt. as.tread. eat. accordingto fyllable . except wreath.out. as dear. a."c. took. generallythe found placedfor the moll part the found of and In the third found. mean. Au a caught. lead fpread. hite and flite.foot. "c. . the found by of generalrule. ^i filent.fierce (foundedferce). earl'.air. fiew'd. earn'. In th. groan. Au a in the word Aw a as Ea e ear. and. all pronouncedas u " died. Ee Ei as bleed. Ay a days.makes "c. Oi. sleve. .wool - -door. .as. final.near. flood. But r. hood. o Oa followed precedesr eartR^.bread. except been. plead.threat. "c.fpealc. All other is followed in read). founded Height. The Oa all conform ending in ch.of To fwear. preach. oaf. pain. : Aw But by another rule before laid down. exceptions .laugh. the laft of e. In the two firfthaving the found of e."c. broad. 26 Ai a aid. Excep. as die. dawn.foimded generalwhen followingwords generalrule. Ee Ey a. dealt. fleet.breathe. the when middle Always "c. dread. y?. beginningof monofyllables. of e. a bawl.lied. Ow 6 owe. the fame Always except when e. and the found to fpear. poor. fiend. In beaft. of verbs preterit boat. pronouncedfhod and fhon. and great.draught."c.fteel. a eye. except height bm. alwayse.fraud. always true diphthongsat the of the the number follow diphthongonlyin A own. 2dly. food. it has two the law eftablifhed that the accent ' e."c. load. alwayse. "c. sail.ARHETORICALGRAMiMAR. wear. except faid. tierce.fheattT. . ftaunch. d.foot. heatiT. a. look.read have fays. vaunt.founded sed. (pret. pierce. The e. grief. head.which l(t.wood.iunt. in the word a found of the fecond awl. it eel. . accordingto the confonants on This a.Uz. owl. except in the r. The in t have of e in that cafe is a confonant. Excep. h " and blood. Always u. Ew u le c 6 o with . the ending in (a metal). Always lawn. good."c. as teach. as. Oa .feaft. follow reft in r. except fliew'd and (hewn. as. fleak. always 6.as 6. ending in ."c."c. aught."c.prays. a. rule has the . heir. e'en (foreven).flaunt. groat . have fvveat. dead. all otliersthat of e.pear. of except and in is much monofyllables their founds^ greater.. digraphsin a maid. aunt. Except h.break. founded and . as. oil.re as Ai confonant in are ou. Ea e leaf. follow the tear. as. and 3dly. lewd.Words siv. have sez. flood. oak. following exceptions. in awe. Oo o ooze. as 5 u."c. to read.

before of the vowels Two But thefe founds as mentioned are in in are generalreprefentedby treatedof under the head of vowels. court.as if written syot.fought. digraphafter in guefs. Qiiilt. "c. and fuch as are formed by diphthongoi is marked alfo by oy. of o. in tlT.built.nought. a never and /. according In all other (the fame to /. writing " When wag. The fupplyingthe placeof w to caprice. in have been here.as fquall.guilt. gyide. cow. wax. youth. has its firftfound only in the words following : waft. though. "c. are wafp. the vowel a Of MonofyUabksformed by Diphthongs.cruife. that vowel \V.would " of 6 has the found Ovv endingin verbs it is where Ua oiu.The but that of i and in that let thofe vowels appear only- found. Neither treating are found. fowl. wade. was. or it has the full longfound. have alfo the fame in of them fayany thingmore alwaysdiphthongs. -blue.boy.but after g it is alwaysa diphthong. w and u ym. 27 a as loud.and a guard is in bo'wl. occafions. Exceptions: cough (cof). only the verbs. Juice. fightand and y. as brown.v/ith of in the middle is the found alwaysforms fyllable a found twice . gout.brought.brat. it in the fame fyllable. as before enumerated any other combination in the y and . When the laid down ends monofyllable in mute e. Ue is a Ui a digraphin build.^ digraphs.ou. and as fwain.grown.joys" alwaysdiphthongsexcept thefe founds of is ever in the reprefented by of letters. being filent.thought. except all other on .a diphthong. with fyllables placein formingdiphthongsin followingvowel.RHETORICAL A GRAMMAR.fruit . the found with W but with diphthongfounds. ift. Suit.dough.flown. warn j or walk. wan. if written as as g. terminated by confonants. and is never Y diphthongafter q. vow. fcourge. as a the rules before laid down as for the vowel a . is Ou u alio mould. fhould.When it precedesr.and prefervealwaysthe are 1 fingleletter each. wat. precedesa. a diphthong. "c.rough (ruf). thou. the vowel for it in its fimpleftate. Of Diphtho}igs formedby Wa. diphtliong. "c. as wad. " through. diphthong. and has a united with w fore follows the rule be- alwaysits fecond found .. as digraph. tough (tiif). a as in quell. in is fo u (/filent) u " a "c. as its following fituatlon is alwaysfupplied by the vowel /.which reality and oy and nv. wound. wall. as war. it has cither the Ihort found of monofyllablcs 6).fought. {gh filent) of monofyllabic and participles preterits bought. quart..j mould. ware.gueft. Whea . wa(h. " o could. watch .gyile.mourn. of 1. four.your. Guide. this rule are the pronouns other no in to mouth. in the middle of found never but a diphthongwith after the confonants that s. fource.yoiing. w reafon that appears owl.the a and in all the flow'd. guile. t.moift.rowl. as broil. there is other The It words. and ou by ow at the end of a diphthongs. it has as been the cuftom for purelyEnglifh.bruife. firuation in words to exceptions Ou words occafion no diphthongsare ci. generally touch. as wage. fame and of digraphs. to plow. pronouncedbat.

and as found . your. generally it is as found the to.in which cafe they follow the rules fimplediphthongs. work.e two it precedes cy afpirate an of womb. (a hurt). . The It is wot. "c. Yon. it has but e. in woo. is followed changed word. It is (wun). the fame rule is obferved precedes laid down for fuch digraph. wean the with the found e as mute a The before was wer.and of e in has the egg. has ou confonants.pronounced yot. nd. conjundionyea i in yes. wurd. and wo I. as. by r. yis. of e. before fuigle or 71ie diphthongwe When We. pronounced final. wealth. as with " in the word u woad with " o. it has the found never ye yelk. as. Before //. year. diphthong. wind.as it fwCar wear. wore. IV alwaysits firftfound. fingle Before in which only word fir. r. twin.twirl (twerl). RHETORICAL A 28 a digraph commencing with a. wire. the fimplevowel /. j its diphthongfound. precedes word whey.worfe. way. as wife. twang. which digraphea.yeft. before " except into diphthonghas in the word u It unites wih where Some of the Two the word ght. /worn. yore. participle u . wind. woof. e . wool. wurk. wine.as.hi. only a founded wud. in the in all words in the o its derivatives j and ciation pronun- but this is againfl analogy. e a diphthongbut when it beginsa word or words its placeis alwaysfupplied fyllables by followed an by another vowel. It unites itfelfwith e- with wed. "c. before . diphthongsformed by iv are precededby / or tlT. as alfo woke.as yoke. Yo. worn Except the participles all words ending in e and mute. wail.GRAMMAR. as.ale is ivere. wight. only in the word that its firftfound and of called wind. wul - founded . as. diphthongfollows This Wi. an o It follows yacht. twig. twelve. as week.wing.tlTwart.yelk. " of To wound. alwaysits fecond the final e. of found of 6 in Yi. double or as is double confo- this e. yet. "c. in yawn. in the word o is that "c. o wood. as the laws of the of Viind is controverted.founded is no diphthonghas This before Ye. e of e Y.pronouncedyokeof 6 v/ith middle of in o final in yare in the pronoun in yearn. twain. found Ex. confonants the terminations before It unites with Wo. as you. Yield. won world. 6. With laws whofe e . formed by Of Diphthc7igs Ya. weft. / SECTION in the . and vowel no in this 0 before " With weed. it has The diphthong pronounced fliortwith its general found follows.and wound in would. twine. as Has r y^'^^^ ya'rn j before '" the found of yean. word antiquated where wifh. aw in the affirmation yell. yung 1^ " the found e forms of of . " It weak. firft". wild. wit. follows the laws of the fimplevowel e . : except yiiuth young. it has nants is followed confonant by a of lirfte. "c. It is founded or as the rule of a yawl. wield.

are exprefled by the the laftfyllable.that onlyneceftliry all other of words."c. the on in the few inftanccs where a in neceflary the letterof one fyllable. to of more confifting ing accord- few inftances. op. words. feclu'de. .Where accent on the the of Englifli following growth .una'rm. permit'. A S ^"^ the words of Englifli pronunciation firftplaceto have with Accent us a means this monofyllables In We When confonants. the may nouns be feen in the have the frequently followinglift. recant'. per. the accented In regardto monofyllables. are the verb and and firft. e. ce. thofe which have borrowed or prefix prepofition chiefly en.fub. SECTION Of Bijfyllabks. the accent or Roman the noun the verbs on for the moft part on the laftfyllable . impa'ir. Inci'tc. obfcu're. but never to obferve. When to the rules It is is accent on alreadylaid vowel. ac. oppo'fe. may alreadyfeen have a all the other letters in the letter fo contains which than more no it from diftinguiflies which is ciiiefly rei^ulated by accent. im. . confonant. in."c. RHETORICAL A 29 VII. but there are un " pounded com- exceptions prefixes. . Befide thefe Examples : there of the latterhave with regard to the former ift. pre. it is laid on vowels that fyllable. fore. All words forget'. re. una'rm.mif. the fame laws of before were as fecond. out. exceptingonly the vowel laid down accent with hold with "? which difcovering And is the in fyllable all words found. con.ob. commen dlfa'rm. at. outdo'. mifgiv'e. pointout lables fyl- order to the means than fyllables one. a de. firftwith : regardto diflyllables have the accent all fimpledifTyllables Almoft for the moft part compound fuch accented a regardto afcertain the pronunciationof thofe words. it will be idea of that term. admit affirm Examples : abhor fur. pro. except uniformlytheir is fubftituted in the the found of another vowel than fyllables of that room or only prefented to the eye. befo're.the vowels have more one.GRAMMAR. a word. tranf. accordingas firftfound. for. be. a.em. ex. transfo'rm. forewa'rn. fe. exa'lt. fubmit'. com. propo'fe. furve'y. . the firftobjecttherefore muft be of in as. is called the diftinguiflied the monofyllables in it is ftrefs of the voice upon certain in words of be called the accented letter. dif. precife accented efFeiSlof accent. emba'rk (pronouncedimba^rlc). it on from the laftare the Latin ." dece^ive. fometimes its its third its firft. ad. aba'fe. on the and firft. it has fomctimes a down. condudt'. as fame word. enchant' (inchant'). made by ab.

thefe is not When were . by injure. the fingle confonant is taken into the firftfyllable. "c. moft As common the final fyllable. fuch as. extant.dif'cord. and The fuch rule nouns refers chiefly to verbs. . bab'ler. as. an the Rules When confonants two feen are joinedto the firftvowel.or digraph.and muft be learned by ufe.bible. chol'-er. except ad'der. and accented . ab'fent. preceding Sometimes indeed dow'er. blem'-ifti. to outdo'. aflent. as. fuch as.cider. only. I fhall enter in I fliallhave into an amination ex- language. concord.beg'gar. have in the fame the accent the that is. There are accent on compound o ut'rage. above all other words the fame word. as there is but confonant one in the middle."c. the firftof thefe is ufually laft to the latter. Ex. pun'-ilh. and other parts of fpeech. placingthe accent on the laft of compound diiTyllables. per'-il.baffle.he. diftant.and on fome verbs have the alfo which "c. attire. aflault. confonant When the which en in together the Accent is laid in Dijfyllables. fuch as. before mentioned. fam'-ifli. outbid'. col'lege. is the accent laid down for on the laft fyllable. rad'-iflj. law of having the accent on And mal. the accent Englifli is the firftof all other words . difplay.criiel. cher'ry. out'cry. to a firftfyllable. ten'-ant. Of Pelyfyllabks. in other nouns ral of as the firftfyllable chiefly prevails . where the verbs predicament.GRAMMAR. chear'ful. conquer. con- the in the cafe prefixes..and fhew in what way the fcveral fyloccafion to diftinguifli lables our ufe of the technicalLatin terms for that purpofe. hab'-it.the is in accent the on general vowel. perjure. of verbs with the Letter out forfinding This is on the former is alwaysthe cafe when "c. fame. but the number of great. 2. diphthong. conjure. and fonant : is doubled. the middle of fuch words. of verbs the laftfyllable placedon "c. repofe. bet'ter. in which cafe the accent "c. even in the words formed with the dif- prefix out. "c. is referable to I fliall make are them.'Jie genehave been juftmentioned . As the accent of is chiefly determined by polyfyllables which of thofe final fyllables the feat of the accent by names. as.booty. array.as. pal'-ace. cher'-ifti. audit. Except the and and one are nouns almoft lift. am'ber. affront.and call the laft fyllable . and others be learned few ufe. ague. fin'-ew. its feat may be known the by obferving fame rules as monofyllables.

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violable. pur'ple. buc'kle. has it upon the back. liquidate. other to at the end of verbs is the French pronounced ate. ap'ple. but are united with really not the intervention founds. leg'iflature. that fituation. yet it is only at GENERAL As M accent the on to diffy!'Antepenult. all thefe terminations is to be theydo appliedthe fame obfervation conftitute fyllables. mir'acle. cncloTure. fex'tuple. as in terminating the words A the end. to whatever confonant lable may precedeit. rem'edy.for is though there GRAM RHETORICAL A 32 the eye to prefented one into the articulation of the former taken confider it in the ufual way fyllable . an on ate fyllable On alTocic't . as. Ihate.pie. except when cy'nofure. When in the vowel a / precedes ate. vehicle. antepenult.tie. Words as. intrac'table. as. primitives from . occafions it has the found of articulate mode."c.repair. the fourth.flc.intermix'ture. reprove. accordingto pronounced as four fyllables. for the mod are in their accent. The upon. though not aggreget . as. confonants confum'mate. theyfollow their primitives.im'precate.glc. RULE. receptacle. . to with the found aggregate" an of but aflb- i. from in polyfyllables is thrown as far back as the fourth accent and when fifthfyllables mon'ofyllable . except compounds by prefixes lables 3 as. In ate.ftrug'gle.fad'dle.irra-dyate. judicature. unftablc. in together come verbs. reproveable.klc.irrep'arable. GENERAL in ate have for the moft part the accent terminating "c. as. In as. confonants two All words triflyllabic the word have the follows the primitive. except when two bate.without There are few words of in any fyllables two immediatelyprecedingthem "c. only in their confonant of any vowel. is the letter on There are a thefe are. tab'ernacle. In All The words have trfflyllabic have polyfyllables other the the accent cle. as. multip'licate. e .it unites with the laft fylcalum'niate. forminga fyllable. articulet (an adjedive). cradle. "c. eagle. In generalthe difpiite. In .. conftel'late. the antepenult.ir-ra-di-ate. refran'gible. the it is either when antepenult. collegiate. remediable. but they follow their difcriminable hie part formed adjectives as. accent iVC. In To that die. irradiate. con'venticle. than more that the . am'icable. and fourth of the polyfyllables few made was former with regardto hie. than are 1 (hall aborifliable. . as.Examp. prop'agate. unable. af-foci-ate. dif'ciplinable. rep'roprecedethe laft fyllable.as.or'acle. fyllable In ure. or . delec'table. as. picwhich have the and man'ciple. and the hi the feat of the out pointing in e R. and accent RULE. in ure the accent is on the antepenult. final mute. One the antepenult. tac'kle. termination of the above terminations. to dwelt afibcii'itc " (a verb). prop'agable. quad'ruple.and the cent ac- fnaf 'fle. or farther back on polyfyllables terminating ar'chiteflure . participle. all in accent on upU. which are not affociate.prin'ciple. in general the accent " when from dif'putable Except. the on farther back. is farther back no derivable advifable.Examp. diphthongfound .

In This beinga termination of fo formed fchatall words formed adje"5lives retain the /"/. This termination founded found own with the letter c before it is logiQian. 2dly. termination is alwaysfounded This in a diphthong. unitingitfelfwith or diphthong. as in thefe terminations confonant. except when .vehave Words vowel termination. d or g confonant. all verbs.as. cor-dia!. collegian. decide. laical. prefump'tlve. fme. acadcmic'ian. With With luvian precedingit.it has the found oi j . fuftianf. The one as with la-bial.and the on confonantj as. as. from evade. it is to fay. adhelive. as. Iv. reverential ftantial. fubftanfhal.as.immediately two confonants . of their primitives . as. In ian. or fingle on is on the former the of on penult. thofe in tive have But for the moft the accent part the on or antepenult. onlyin two the words deni-al. j. dihirtorian. But when ceded pre- fubJhal. as. which follows its primitive tive . With t it has the where chriftian.GRAMMAR. and is of the primitive. alwaysthe accent in f. In ial. / fame has its found. thod'ical. It has the verbs accent /. by c or /. calefac'tive. of participle beingthe termination of the a"tive This recitative. the accent calhivs he. on precededby the an confonant. as. rel'ative. viv'-ial. fubftantives. logic'ian. RHETORICAL A 33 In ive. they follow primitives . creden'-tial.decri-al " from the deny'. reveng'e-ful. "c. i la . comedian. n . whether or penult. . minifte-rial. the laft in tive.but has the found oi the the found confonant preceding yal. the preceding conconnu'-biai.conge-nial. the letter immediately that preceding on fubmirfive. Vol. the.except onlyin the word is never The accent on In it alwaysfollows the accent ing. judicial.academiflian. artificial. as. as. Where afler'tive. I.When atten'tive. inciufive.that onlyneceffjry itfelfaccented. all other letters it forms a diphthong. accent pronouncedflian . it is no " letter if a longera of all words accent vowel fyllable. fatur'nian. two digeffub'ftance. pronounced. judifhal. from it is onlynecefTary to obferve. Examples: neg'ative. academian. librarian. communicative. and the accent is on the letterimmediately whether vowel or precedingthe laft fyllabL-.repuKfive. termination in This fhort with is alwaysfounded polyfyllables 1. and on fo forms fyllables.with the tertian. decifive. as. flillfarther back. Exceptions: ift. except fub'ftantive. accent won'der-ful. vindic'ative. never In ca]. fignificative. on invariably mefyllab'ical. a?. confonants precedethe final. endingIn All words the antepenult. evafive.decry'. gentian.

incifion. The 0- ition etion precededby an or x . precededby ot the vowel regimen. as. "". When the is ai pronounced as (pronounced wimniin). preceding fion. is not pronounced yin.in en. tion. compaf derifion. the joined to elifionof the vowel an general in this termination have. injunc'- only cafe commixtion digellion. flillpronounced Jhun. The When women. fulien.that though the when or isn take terminatingin are Jion. to "c. 7?tf". women hymen. garden (oftenill pronounced.has exaflly one mod Here of it is pronouncing fame found as confonant. linnen when fame it forms therefore pronounced. In . But the when is accent any confonant on deciz'zhun. fingle as as in the above inflances. or laft fyllable. or quater'nion. communion. in before this termination afion efion pronounced occa'zhun but " thus.hid'd'n. in warren.as. In ion. This is termination vowels preceding are alwaysfounded /hun. heav'n. doa'^n. by the vowel /.fpecimen. All words which the to be is ton pronounced as the million with two. pronouncedas if written. as.It is the fame with the other Terminations The i. and s s. confu^zhun. fo that the letter" is immediately e^ lead'n. clar'ion. den.as firftof three confonants. Sec. opin'ion. vowel is either of two that the on if written the immediately preceding founds of the vowels it is doubled fingle. when it is and tfliun.and then it has ftillthe found zhun . fubfcrip'tion.glift'n. gard'n). all niizz'n. otion un poslfh approba'fhunreplefhun confonant precededby an : ation pronounced when " where it is founded is tj/iun. Examples a obferved.burin and ven ending as. as.fod'dn (exceptfudden. confonants The .acuWn. with gabion. .occafwn.RHETORICAL A 34 GRAMMAR. million. changed men in as. this holds conftant with in ion has the accent is on as. fatisfac'tion. . fpecimen. vermillyun. and the founds of the ution .except follow as When a //c". barren). Except onlywhere the accent is on s preceded as emulTion. deeurion. commix'pronounced. but yun. as. explozhun the found is no longerz^/^" but _/""". as. as. rav'n. . to revolu fhun. In WorJs precedingconfonant. "c. as follow adhe'zhun : ofion ifion desi'zhun ufion . devolhun that . fepten'trion 3 'n " on the confonant .haft'n.deriz'zhun. of that clafs. is found the fyllable a except thofe in warrin.though it is feat of the accent the former on confonant into the precedingconfonant the diphthong. precedes "c. all fubHantives except tolc'n. . but in the /. hymen. expan'fion. and pronouncedas "c. : precedesbe vermilion. brethren. precedingion. chos'n.diges'tlhun.vermilion. fubmerfion. the regard alwaysthe found of u 3 all words and imperfec'tion.and is r a fylhble. In tion. And firen. burdin.and : precededby other confonants all the with chicken. it. and as. Thus is upon accent as.

changed into ^ in the former a words few a is is for the moft part accent the laftbut in on In all other er. fuccedaas. except con'feiTor. wickednifs.takingthe preceding by vowel. fling-ur. as. adjeflives rem'edilefs ran'fomlefs. accent only difTyllable. and founded u. of their " " with its derivatives The pronounced. fing-ur. finger."c. finger."c. . being moftly words nouns tranflator.behaviur as. flinger. the the on be that on confonant.dedicatur. def'picablenefs. fcav'enger. a nefarious. abfte-myus. manager. fenior.manger .but is pronounced e or Jhin.behaviour. Polyfyllables or other retain fubft^mtives. except. The laft "c. the addition of that by pronouncedin the fame er. fyllable. as. romanfur. ringer pronounced. as.when refer'. anger. one accent and cer the on " " derived the in And aftroKoger. the accent duch'efs (exceptnobiefs'). tng. beingfor the moft part terminatingin er. infer'. romancer. oui has the vowels takes the confonant reous. primitives. fame is to be obferved in efi. pronouncedur. feniur. .cong-gur.is founded //}.ccru-lyus.ang-gur. it has the found a?. as. vk'ay. wick'ednefs.danger. herbaceous. " . oia. iagacigus. exprefs'. laft. when "_/}. are terminating evy is alwaysfounded ur. and monger. neighbour. the moft part fubftantives derived from of their primitives . fyllable. founded degreemarked comparative as.inferior.GRAMMAR. In When or precededby a or. rived dein tor. herba-fhus^ In . tiieirprimitives wifer. foberer. as. and laft fyllable. icr. In have alfo thofe in ier when domine''er cavalic'r.While of accent to their "c. into the when is "c.as In Words 35 the antepenult. antepenult.follow from occafions the accent confonant precededby a Sor / it forms the vowel "c. ceriileous. ring-ur. accented. as. filh-mung-gur. pronounced as abftemioui. never precededby Ger cafes e In moft other cafes its fofc found the fourth on compound verbs. a is the accent verbs. falamandur. the accent The fpelr. ethereous " e or / is on the penult. in the \erbs. But wlien as if written / are preceded'lya r or /. afiefs'. fymphonious. lar'gcfs. equiv'ocator. ^he laft fyllable is not a diphthong. dag'ger. racer. pronouncedas if written. confonant diphthongwith it. on ur. " In beingfor ending in hfsand nefs. in primitives ling-gur. fenten-flius.itforms immediatelypreceding immediatelybefore deprefs'. not polyfyllables The formed nouns follow fyllable. fyllable alwayshas its own hard found . getig'rapher. "c. al'abafter. god'defs. as. as. RHETORICAL A In in eer have the All polyfyllables As fyllable. cordelie'r mufkete'er. ded'icator. inquif'itivenefs. fing-gur. is accent of e. fentcn'tious" oftenUlious. Some retain the found linger pronounced. Conger. as. or as.5cc. not in thofe vowels into the diphthongwith them. as. In When as. has fyllable the In others. compound words. mer'cilefs. as. as. " "c. All terminations in the termination tfar .duchifs. are neighbur. mung-gur. if written. it. cr. brag'ger. fal'amander. dowager. or adjedives from in their accent.

. nor complaifant'. the or eou" laft the GRAMMAR. that are derived. taken then the into is laid accent in ious.difplay'. fuch as ent. as. the accent is on the . fac'urday. friv'olous. embar'raffment. and decant'. rclig'ious. pernifli'-us. three . antepenult. . more words lefs than an in the Englifli languageterminatingin this letter.com'pliment. All words in ment too.diffil'ient. as. except only where that confonant on is accent "c. as. . In the is accent on in bent. as. pernicious. retain the accent the confonant on laid never ant on in in cept expolyfyllables.beingfor the mofl: part in the fuperlative degree. " diflyllables. in the words. which alfo the word ex'cellent is an exception.Sec. "c.than in any other . repcl'lent. other for the moft part is on accent voluminous. without regardto this rule.or terminating Polyfyllables tnent. as.cent. delay'. words of their accent "c. primitives. antepenult. terminatingin meni.the of thefe the former of two. tes'tament. liable compound difl) have Polyfyllables verbs and the accent nouns on the laft. propit'ious. array'. two accent on the antepenult.enchant'. Words "c. When the vowel / confonant fingle the preceding/'or precedesent / When precedesany it forms terminations. mor'alift.retain adjectives the accents of their primitives. benev'olcnt. The on recant'. eighthpart of the whole. eftab lifhment. loy'alift. caft'away. yes'tcrday. laft fyllable is never The but in accented dilTyllables. as. from other nouns or retain the accent of their In^. interfere tremend'ous. mirac'ulous. . as. In in terminating Words ejl. The termination alwaysfounded is oui us and is never . confonant any precedingfuch precedingent except termination m. and adjecllves. primitives. "c. as. extrav'agant. lenient. They are chiefly nouns. In formed ijl. " enor'mous. glob'ulous.36 RHETORICAL A In all the terminations fonant. On the occafions.flat'ulent. "c. to attol'lent. pred'icant. is accent on the antepenult. except the Levant'.as. pronounced. confidant'. as. as. as.either beneficent. rationalift. word rendez."c. purulent. VDus. as. appel'Iant. as.have not the accent en the antepenult. In in Mt Polyfyllables luxuriant. two nouns a " But pen'dent. gallant'.' pronouncedrondevoo. the vowel / con- precedes that confonant. a with fyllable or it . ant. ej}.aflon'ifliment.exer'cent. forming deincum'bent."c. but " accented but in the French the accent have Except when has prot'eftant the accent the on confonants two rec'reant. confen'tient. trium'phant. obedient. an'nalift. hid'-yus. the letter immediately the precedino- on fyllabl". lig'ament.concin'nous. except when " the confonants two antepenult. compound verbs. . There arc perhapsnot ay " In "c. and hideous. dent. being in generalfubftantives derived from verbs. . in lent have except when " alwaysthe ll'smeet. have in the middle meet the firft. . as.

"c. fal'ary. . Vol. thus not " T of their the accent Ill words E H R A and participles.cer'emony. the on accent genearogy. rofemary:" antepenult. conTirtory. ed'ify. bap'tiftery. ^- have the accent on the antepcnuli. vul'nerary.cpiftolary. kc. . and cacoph'ony. inventory. nouns. pif'catory cubatory. as. big'amy. precededby foft^. as. ///y" or alwaysthe Has of the firfl: on who They accent two . the on and antepenult. Ac'ceflary. . ary " Takes the accent on the the on polyfyllables and in "c. cal'umny.^"Words endingin chiromancy of the the accent The y But when the is accent accent " in Words A M M A R. vol'untariiy. ery * except when fary. prog'eny. judicatory. pronounce the vowel. 37 derived as. back. fbaggy. . def'ultory. ariftoc'racy. part the . has the -iccent on triiTyllables the fourth. k In . farther back different confonants meet . as. : rar'efy.p'rofj'. as. as. in except mocofmog'ony hexag'ony. and " its firflfound. follow for the moft Has placedfarther this preventedby "c. tory. This termination is alwaysfounded as if written urry. delib'erately. primitives j as. is an exception). "c. to the fourth fyHable. divcrTifyhorn perTonand diverfe. endingin ly. alwaysretain adjectives from formed bly. on the epilepfy. . nec'romancy. dcmoc'racy. "c. ubiq'uitary. : and mat'rimony. . as. it is only in the del'etery. etymology. ftiU antepenult. ex'emplary. (con/teftamen'tary. as. rep'ertory. apof'tafy. as. fecun'dify. poriticly."c. ac'ademyinflead of acad'emygo againft either antepenult.coa'croverfy. Dcuteron'omy. . by phy. thofe the the on antepenult. as.This followingwords termination is it i. as.anniver'fary (yet to of the fame in trifTyllables dury.in'famy. fim'ilary.5 always erry. pacificatory. againft even perfoa'ify. WorJs fourth in in . parliamen'tary ad'verfary letter s. def'picably. "c. prob'ably. mcm'ory. probatory. as. antepenult. of their primitives indefat'igably. momentary. In ry. compul'fory. tyranny. adjeiftives. as.prom'on- per'emptory. mon'aflery. priory. is thrown derived the accent except where alwaysthe Has fy G L A I C R O cy. two difpen'caravan'fary. legit'imacy. is to be obferved in all words fame A. on polyfyllables anem'ony. dcd'ica. I. inderinitely. fug'riry. as. Inyj-. at'rophy . when the two in this cafe (he " antepenult. analogy. the on has the accent on tyi" 111 triiTyllables. confonant preceding fingle "c. ."c.or on polyfyllables "c. beingonly a reduplication voluntary. calefiic'tory followingare exceptions. mentary. . words. " back different confonants. . but philos'ophy. bril'liancy. as. the on in primitives has the Likewife |-y" floppedby fy has always its fecond found. as. rec'eptory. Except alfo iiot'ony.Sec.as. the accent generalrule. " founded 9ry " In In tory.y has fy is reprefented m R or tain refubftantives made out of verbs. prod'igy. : k.except the on It has alwaysthe found of ^Ij confonants two antepenult. in''timacy. vocab'ulary. rule holds This except and contradic'tory . fourth . the fourth . polyg'amy. when another^. ig'nominy. as. as. . being in general "c.exceptions). . fan'tafy. ending in gony all in mony.beingadverbs the accent "c. pleth'ory. nec'efTary. phyfiog'nomy. foggy. appliancy. prcs'bytcry. "The as.

difcuffed alreadybeen Elocution. followingarticles : Emphafis: Paufes or Stops: Tones: to the each of thefe in their order. fecun'dity. referring upon of the fubjed. extremity.where we fhall have degree order.Vv. acer'bity. termination is This Under The few fo many terminations foregoing the that and to render rules before the diflylbbles. with the firflfound of y. confonant it has When a fingle precedes. as. and in making fuch diftinftion between a acki. I fliallcontent by me in courfe of ledures attainment of that art.are them laid down the filent. frugaFity. fir'mity. emerge in treating of the art of reading. . either of littleufe. feroc'ity felic'ity. as.the articulation Diftindlncfs of articulation cr are perceive. c precedes. and reduced the apparent confufion there Having thus laboured throughthis chaos of fpelling.and letter the is founded as $ . verac'ity. alwaysfounded theyare included almoft all the words are terminations. fociety. the other belongto as exceptions where ty. as. When confonants precedeit. improb'ity. infcar'city. accent on it . a the Art due attention Pronunciation: Accent: Articulation.in givingevery the moil according of the fyllables to ledgetheir number pointsare not . that the ear fliallwithout difficulty each letter belongs.with extrafting rules for the and fome praftical principles. I mean words of delivery As and this has fubjeft another on in arranged when fentences. veraf'ity. A good articulation confifts. as./y. and Key or firftof And ARTICULATION. it two is on the former . fobriety.fpon- that "c. felif'ity. proportionally able depends.to veftigation a of Delivery. the proper fewer diiKculties to retard our progrefs or . upon being is lettersby the organs of fptcch. pronounced. curiof'ity. approved cufloni of which and words a its due proportionof found.at letter in defetSlive.it has the accent upon "c.or to with of monofyllables and they confift chiefly in is to Didlionary in the a great meafyre eflablifh their pronunciation be confulted. with Polyfyllables and the laft letter of on the vowels e or " ty.owcompofed. taiieity. primarily.Where thefe to which fyllable once. alwaysthe When it. the works themfelves. Reading. In In /y. fyllable pronouncingit. SECTION A the Art of on from them. abfur'dity. "c. for them As will reducible not Englifh language.in the manner to before dcfcribtd in form the elements fimple that fubjedl .have uniformly accent the antepenult. . " "c. of fhall into fome we now more a to lightfomeregion. without defirous of into entering Of dependsupon Jufi:delivery Pitch of the voice.RHETORICAL A 38 GRAMMAR. Deity.barbar'ity. general thofe who them are readers. generalrules. before the it. obfcrvcd. on treating and . on fyllable. myfelf at prefent. timid'ity. Of a more fome ments com- any minute in- vir.

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for'tune. througho'ut conftant rule a word one is fo much which tains con- botli. they the in lay the ever faft.that in reading. Thus. that every word obfervcd. For inftance . as.and fhould therefore public. clafs.and of accentual or floppedby interrupted not But Obvious all contrary reafon.and compilersof our of among but far : beingon accent vowel. are the over rapidly by paffir. the over the of pofitions juftas of examining the Greek of this the organs in be not for the forming placedon fonant a con- ries. over pafling quiclcly GRAMMAR.expos'^tula- founded one. or never fpeak in of accent in fpeakingin letter of the common public: difcourfe. pa'-tien'ce.not. the words do nor which. ^'rdicate. me- praftice they could clear entirely well be time. exceptionin no ufurpsthe power languagehas the laft on there which to vowel one that whenever fet forth in the fcheme found. and givinga fmart firoke of the voice led\ hid'.felvcs in fpeech. as they are fyllable theyfhould accuftomed to one alwaystake rule care do in converfa- lay any flrefs upon any other fyllable. fo half of the words in the whole any -yvord a Now vowel.rcd\ cub'. which. in the word fainter one difference v/:th the fecondaryone. It people of England chiefly fallen into fo of the one to tongue our . aloud. and foreigners in provincials oat- thod. in our voice dwells fome followed change of the the different miflead in the fliort. as fhew the primaryaccent that it is but is on to one the tur^. preapitate. forcible than more inflances where in the few in fome but pos^''. fo'i-tu^ne. each preceding and in exemplified whole : of our there this makes is no a in our . fit. different ticncc. + Of . are alwaystied togetherby an accent.we accent of their diverfity find the Scots do pronounce the confonant upon pronunciationfrom in that of the is a pitythat our compilersof diiSionaries fliould have in the rightway would have afforded grofsan error. over accents which this as confifts in ftrefs only. cube. inflead have pedantically confifted in muff fpelling-books. properly pronounced words. And of the fame in that manner. as there longerpolyfyllables other fiiinter. it marking the accented of throughall words on the voice divEtionaries .finding In the fame wa-menon their as this method perhaps one for the word mark the vov/els our By vocabularies. To fuch with to have as it. implicitly our always placingthe the Greeks. words point is. whollycfcapcd notes.I fhall only lay down which is. as vowel. tu're. compilersof .pheprecipitate. as the marking of the accents that is to be found with relpedt moft general and certain guidesto true pronunciation. accent language. the obiervation the of all peculiar geniusof and tongue. confifls. na'ture. hat.For there are few who either read this law of accent. but fyllable the of another.that the flronger. the before it takes in the found of the confonant. be Any habit of this fort givesan avoided by all who carefully unnatural conftrained air to deliver them.aiid to the confonants. for it is vowel confonant. It has been be the whole. vowel /. by dwellingequallyupon public^that do not tranfgrefs in the fame word : fuch as. a as all fuch . fyllable . con'-jec'fyllables But this is not uttering which "c. fyllable but tiir'-ry its firftfhort faid above. a vowels. that but by diflinftly expreffed voice iflue. bet.the words.dictiona- fyllable. the confonant to the long. pa'conjec'ture. theywill of courfe if the pronunciation theyfliould look found it endiavour. encro'achment. but fyllables . the ftrongeraccent expos"tu!ator'y. en^cro^achmcnt'.road. uttering in "/i?/icatewill be called manner and . it is perceived. on grammarians. all. na''tu're. is paffage can has reafon language. has words.'. but to the vowels. in regardto readingand layit upon the fame and to tion .are "ii^'.becaufe the the to RHETORICAL A 4"5 is made accent Thus vowel the iide. who.g followingconfjnant. was. it accent the endeavour. the rightufe as the is is on accent accented one are two accents of be regardto the evidentlyto rule. but the except language. phenom'enon.laid.

t. I have be alfo. (liould dwell it. is long. propriety That neglcifted. there I have time it is to be on to are which fliort. pure mutes. RHETORICAL A alfo is found arrangedin fentences . and others are called (hort. to elegance. in order confonant. and of the confonant femivowels. But recommend on the this rule is fo far from in as our (hort a tongue the any effortof degreehe pleafes. of thefe I (hall givethe the former To the mean of articulate the utterance in found. At prefentI latter that of the Quantity. e.givinga proportionalquantityin (hort is that the Reader pafsrapidly over are pronounced fyllables all rapidgabbleof a Without by which long.elegance. is proportion . I mean compofition. as I have (hewn alfo be reduced when what fmart on ftrokc the vowel when the to following being attended to. that for fpaceof time. chiefly As there has been hitherto laid open method no of pronouncingwords.tliatallthefe may of time.which take up much longer of falfe The mind thus takinga bias under the prejudice in pronouncingthan the former. part of this Gramto be taken in . 0/ with GRAMMAR. I. proportion refpefl With 41 PRONUNCIATION. and a profodianname of fhall confider quantity the other article to another head.referring Our earlynotions between judge time all imbibed quantityare from the Latin the difference profody. degreewe and are capableof beinguttered in a (hort quantity.in which. founded this has and fame the upon it is wonder no of fecond. and I fhall now point which confider. its have fhould each that word it is neceflary regard propriety. which are in this cafe j infomuch to the ear. the fole fhorteft that the are the organs of fpeech. yet whole pleafe . 1 T' ' . u. I even attaining which twofold reference. lip. to Quality. it to every one to pay a attention particular and to dwell upon fyllable. of the fimpleelements or letters. is appears accented (horten to pronouncingwords. vain and I have (liewn that fome.may (hewn prolongedto thofe which nature above. and this is the as pronunciation the mar. i.I would and be prolongedby poffibly cannot prolongthe I mean. or that the givesdelightto the ear in as that which princrple pleafes ornamental mufical part. So that they who fpeakof fyllables and in their own as naturally abfolutcly of the of cant for common profodians. the fyllable vov"-el. that is.fpeechmuft be deprivedof all fmoothnefs and harmony. is all that is of words this regards the delivery in required of in the former pointtreated of befide propriety. only. whofe founds cannot pofTibly naturally . light . be uttered can {hort long and competent of by after arrives at rules. when to confonant J by (hort . make it the accent which on vocal means obferved. the fyllables.cut. and thefe are the the and three iu founds the confonant of of vocal as and k. treating founds be prolonged (hort . long as to make it double the quantityof this. others to v/hat tlie accent that. abfolutely fyllables it is in his power faid that in the confonant accented.to time. be confidered in Pronunciation may and confidered fcparately of words twofold a to letter in it its proper each is the chief and . though. has been mere tirely en- founds. when the molt part the accented To but at the fame are fpeaker. it fo to every vocal the fliortones: ' Vol. fpeak a non-entity : long. With regard to due accent. This found. . p. . both vowels and confonants.never that all attempts hitherto to knowledge of the profodyof a fettlethe true our of nature : quantity language. firft. fccondly.have been and accordinglywe find fruitlefs. with regardto propriety . is eftablifhed by rules that have no reference fyllables that fyllables called long.to the firftpart. In are of words beck. (hort.as is tiie accented and utterly defiroycJ.that the founds of all the other vowels. as as fliorta fpacc or obviate this.

et^. words. Of pleafing M. bold the Swell Fulfil your But Scotland. take the confonant into the in its fhortand the vowel. . are. it refembles more R. I fhall point out mean found be founded of the confonant I fliallfpealc more and lay down prolongation. quicklyinto too the great diminution never va-Te. Ezb. and pure prolonged.bra-ve. havingits if it continues tion entirely throughthe nofe. the bwing of oxen. eth. the voice muft dwell upon fyllable precedes.which in except prolonged. of others of the latter the confonants there was impure. be are This the of the number a cautioned is too nerally ge- long fyllables. r. m. explained articulate found. is difagreeable any lengthof time after its formathan an articulate found.and transferring be to confonant. when agreeable their found make with fliould fyllable the /. Taid above. that of the now queftion the muft ezh. to femivowels. ". pronunciationof reader mutes defired is here and that of the . certain on prolongation the and like s. ing. in founding obferved prolongedexcept when the accent is upon them . As refembles the blowingof formed. of which and the fyllable this rule in next into the accent be dwelt upon. a after it is of the time. for fliewn. of curs. that when may Emphafis. be at all cannot to in the made recollect the divifion. fwel-lingnote The " all" Fulfil-ling The for this would words to which 3. that of i)i certain will circumftances.RHETORICAL A 42 It has been and fiiort.and confonants.7f//. once tlie ear. of othei final fyllables As. ral-n. line" following And . or monofyllables. can be prolonged all the others will admit the Confonants. and would therefore attended to be neceflary very after femivowel feem to be to pradticc. which. Neither can-nons roar of the fundamental one trnufgrcfs them to theybelong. when continued. to the ear. v. too fliallbe Rules to be mark of the breath much The femivowels. n. Their 2. of them to are be happen when founds. ing. . None 1. love.day-s.were up they both dwelt upon.F.et'R.have ejli^ continued.what I alfo the confonant on all. is about refer to the chiefly when difagreeable of beginning. f. nor Thus vowel. found is to of apt to is an of our article prolongthe found of peopleof England are to be the following confonant. from fyllables by feparating the next./. be dwelt upon beyondtheir common when quantity. eth : s. ez. In the head. they clofc a fentencc. have their fubdivifion into kind are. a to muft not we note " purpofe " fay. olherwife. other the ai-ainftrunningthe found of the vowel the two the natives by On long vowel. as. prolonged. retains no only founds of an mixed therefore which ev.like that of ferpents. would take the the time of two fyllable long eft found. which can only a long found can. the fome at rules for the proper continued It impure. pleafure to wind througha chink. z.is as iS is only a hifs. the found of the pure Of is generalholds good. which occafions. like the fnarling found to mutes thefe the found of fome the former admit of fuch femivowels. that head fayon is large confonants. and a prolongingthe found of femivowels. Not but hereafter.duringpleafure. in the are to laws of accent. under the The GRAMMAR. harfli found.that littletime. in formingthem. When theyare precededby a fhort foundingvowel : as. ejl).who hand. Yet there are cafes in which thus rendered long.

that before their union fufed found of their is very This own. and liftening henfion of the ufe of the fame can and accent time that they the accompany matter offered to emphafis. Emphafis is the mark which pointsout in their various combinations. accent it more makes it belongs. precededby any not yet is and no care con- fault. our is ideas. a that of comprc- felf delivers him- wdl. by the marks. it clofes the fcnfc.people are apt to contraft a habit of The not before they utter the found of s. though reality for the moft part. as there befides a greater ftrefs. beingpointedout by cer- hearer has all the trouble pace that he goes. be attended fentences.that the mind. time. . with faved. if he as confideration. with us. agitation. . the found of z. dwellingupon Englifla fpeechand the their's. confonants 4. and great be founded ear.RHETORICAL A if I Jofe thy love And found of the word The love may muft thoughequallyemphatical. as well as of continuingit at the hiffing in all the femivowels.or confufed EMPHASIS.conftitutes of 43 " if I (hou'd lofe thy love. fhew the neceffity marked in the voice. of relationfhip. not beyond its common be reverfed .but as clear the fpeaker himfelf has. words. : were fyllables fentences would be refoived into their original and in this the hearer there no emphafis. preBut there is an abfolute and conftitutional ditFerence between accent and emphafis. is the link which This end. words. found at the beginningof words is equallydifagreeable Of in fentences.which. and the rank which theyhold in their feveral degrees be refoived into their original there no accents. or a with fyllable.as the quantity. the fenfe is line. as thus to its common but that of a!!. and ties fyllables together. emotion. are and uttered.firft. differing onlyin of elocution. is certainly ought to be. If the tranfpofe we completed. to the great prejudice degreeof ftrength vailed.as fimpletypes of As accent emphafisunites fo As diftinguifhed by the ear than it in a flronger prefents lightto words diftinguiflies does in words. following theybe to difagreeable the fhort. from each the reft. When muft be taken. But if care be not taken earlyin formingthe pronunciation. emphafisennobles Accent. emphafisis only a more forcible that it is cxaiEtly of the fame accent than ordinary. the at Whereas.without reference theyftand to each other. at . their and their meanin"-. the final s having. " to R" all. to relation in which the mutual muft be of making pains himfelf. words would Were the mind. theymuft the letter. afterwards tain meaning.the fpeaker at his the out the fame words. letter as either the Greek or Roman . as that of love reduced and "7//. the Emphafis difcharges. begin a word. account the word which that and it belongs. or to nature. on which into them forms and laid. cafe.has too generally : an opinion. underftanding.fo the words gether. uncommon to this in pronouncingthe letter s.vvc need onlyobferve. to- dignifies the fyllable accent other. has been the chief caufe of our languagebeinoattending in the it abound fo does in that much called by foreigners not Hiffing language.and which the word fentences. the time is increafed in the word This I lofe my " be continued not I lofe my Here be of the members MA GRAM to the natives of by difference between material one Scotland.the thingwill all neceflary rule is alfo very laft words the as prolonged. To alfo by a change of note of this. From laid upon this it might appear.is in a continual flatc of aflivity.which confifts in this. in communicatingits ideas. that every emphaticfyllable.and it is to the mark which fame kind of office that forms members into words them of fentences.

firftne- reading. RHETORICAL A 4+ fuch communication of which feelings as who in him they excite to manifeft thefe . to get ccHjiry from of the the truth they ap: utter the Art on to the different nations of Reading.in the the remedy diforder.nglifh of emotions in unifon to corruptedin artificial.to the natural of The kind.which fhort. is infinitely we But leave the invention not it himfelf upon who . has nature languageof heart. with the communication of this In exprefsthe is the different nations of the world. natural only. alfo all the difFerent a fimilar ftateof mind. was conveyingof mere fo with it is not of thefe internal exprefstheir various of the heart. rank fuperior exertion an peculiartone and of notes minds which. emoby invariably in the room therefore man Whenever of thofe interferes. but them. great meafure a at loft in of of this a childhood. that they are they have been ledure of its having been fuppreffed . as wc'.^ of the them to their regardto the of much matter fo. as GRAMMAR. reading notes few confirm clearly theyhave not the fame ufe in public.or delivering cant of itfelf. from he has done as feelings. of the other. .but merely to layopen is not of the the mind produceon the mind. Which tion trained in the Nothing room. unmeaning. the Author man but . fuggefts the bad habit reading.in proved by the diveremployed. only reprefent can ftate. which the in the other language.who emphafis. in the fame our all operationof the intelleft and fancy. ulmoft attention. when properlyufed. excite in the . agitation by thofe ideas.is. languageof the difFerent focieties of men. as Words emotions. Now.as manner various feelings by comprehenfive .the end thofe ideas the difFerent efFeftswhich from agitation. by which the of has annexed the ails arid to For corrupted.words. room fubftituted in their the obfervafollowing that have provincialrone. will notes The by means of the have been fet forth in this us all which are myfelfwith layingopen the caufe is nothing elfe than the country. two to all mean. befide words. than focial intercourfe. and tones.I of the call the one fignsof the one languageof The ideas. their fentiments 3 the method fubftitutc the artificialtones lid of the artificialnotes in very defeflive and it. tuned tions. or perfedlly of man All that pafFcs in the mind may there mufl them. utters uttered in words the ideas. of the mind all the efrettsproducedon as I fiiallcall. combining. more internal ideas . the feelingof natural more hold. analogous nature of others. the languageof latter. eflentialdiiFerence between an ferves to which which the are whollyarbitrary . a monotonous free from all a"livity emotion. But figns the are the two. depend purelyupon convention.when this view been habituated of the caufe ftcpis. of flamped reft of the animal with tones. Emotions.and failsof its end. emotions. and fpeech are tuned thofe of the artificialkind. in common of and of thofe cf of courfe fuperinducedby erroneous are than pofition. to an at. merits is not annexed cafe. there a regardto the Only ours. by fubftituting any other notes which nature voice. all exertions by be reduced marks. our emotion or the there is nature.thus largein the fecond at fo far the mind. which is fufficiently ideas connexion That the other. That " moft accurate that reafon their there own which From more can are ufe of few art a of reading.l in arranging.Ideas and which claiFes. as have not ideas .to of thought is the obje{3: former.have our no fityof languagesfpoken by For of emotions. other be fome fpeaker. whereby people. our thoughtswhich rife and pafsin fucceffion in the mind of man : its ideas . to correfpondence prefentI (hall content to the of the human languageof expreflive this which world. calmer the paflions. and the others. that is. Ey ideas. in readingaloud the fentiments their is all the various. and they are to be exprefFed unifon the of in hand to thofe notes. that the where they are fancy.and to f^pp'y .natural.I the producedby feelings. vibrate in never of feelings the chords not the difcourfe . and feparating violent the from of the more mind itfelf.expreflive tones without fpeak F. language confequencein beingdid our world.

or five marks. How that the only of to office to two. we In order them have of the Author. to- fentence miftake no of every fuch member paufefliould any more the why emphafisalone.for ftudied and truth is. that one to : but rapidly pointedout fhewingwhat the than more with the found pre-acquainted are muft be to members perceptible paufe. by can paufe be made able to know at at dently evi- the end ail of times. fypplytheir placeswith the proper GRAMMAR. but the their grammaticalcon- the And of art ftudied .that fought for. regulated mofl the paufes. a great meafure. my have we 45 If it be afked. Stopping. as we (hall not are to miftake cannot with pre-acquainted not are ? the anfwer does words accent a be the them is obvious when dif- meaning of fentences.will not fufRciently diftinguifh paufes.as other. unfit as the ftate of Thus readinghave the worft the voice ing annexed punctuationis another notes paufes and preceding accordingto the fenfe of the words.as well of the Author's fpirit is. one refts in difcourfe. a each tindlypronounced. emphafisis the fentences. why a words in the fame the end at be may in gether.as comma.by confidcrto thefe ftops.accordingto paufesufed been perfedlion by brought to been have ought to certainly the rules of grammar.ready to all prepared within ufe of acquirethe to are we anfwer got rid of the others. and various" fancy. fuffi- are when meaning of fentences . and . have them than Into fentences.however which and member. and that is by affociating littlefittedtheyare to anfwer this end. when emphatic word. and if feel the fentiments fentiments. are numerou.certaia theyhad which by ftops. in either emphafis. emphafis. not can- ftops: confift ufually as fcmicolon. the modern The that art.or are with regard of a fentence. the be reprefcntcd pofTibly by fo fmall a yet all this immenfe Vol. to be referred . by accent. RHETORICAL A that of article. emphaticone. there If it be afked. reader fhould not into the he enters ftart forth if ourfelves. in was a from the art of had that by regulated great mtafure (Irudion. at different periodsof time. which loft in the members the exertions of readingnotes. I.after in notes that neceflary each to be ufed in order to properlyvaried in fail to deliver the words will not this accomplifli is meaning of his words. its arche- moderns. or been conhas. depend difcourfe. this day thereat and had Itsdifferent has nor are in fafhions.are necefTary. I on unknown. and by different perfons. that words alreadyfhcwn. that is. but to point out diftinguifhed cicntly and A s paufes. has properly. as fidered.and intermediate words this unlefs emphatic one. its own anfv\'ereven end.how thofe of the natural kind. without appertainto belongingto the belonging each united connefts link which is. and this muft often breed confufion in the fenfe. fpeaking. we laftword which of words to ? accent or us the the former emphafes the two by emphafis.reading. there into their which to.there ought to be be to emphafisthan neceffary more one the number to of words of fentences from members that . properly but only underftand. he thod flialldefer fpeakingof the me- But I point. we may judge.like fpelling.tillI have treated of the PAUSES this.which been art and others kept together. and forms onlygeneralrule. any fure eftablifliedfor the genera!rules taken not was pun(Sluation and probablywould.quiteforeignto certain artificialnotes with regard of to delivery confequences .it to into the as tones. only be done.by unattended or type. from each other. or and fpeaker. parts of fpeechare which pradice of we reader each of words. and are ufed Which of fentences. which of the of art has been attended with it. next STOPS.often without reference that be paufescan to the divided part. arbitrary. the teachers its nature.' exceedingly emotions or number varietyare Avallowed annexed to the up ftopswhich of the as and mark la four mind.

and every placewhere natural elocution difcordant once a having been certain as ideas our without rule or the moft forcible in utterance.and members as form of fentences and corredingwhat foughtfor. divided. He is therefore often taught to is not . or flops. and well at fchool. has this unnatural mode Thus ilanding.the the idea that makes To his mind.For It is here therefore the be art brought to be of courfe follow.only differing is ufed in both tlien is to be found and tones Head the flop. taughtto note preiTed Here that fo is complete.generally of all who afterwards fpeak in public. to are pointout read.as repetitions in as different with beingufed in- reading. to annex feparatehis words.RHETORICAL A 46 and colon the other to . looks. full the GRAMMAR. and this tune. from the natural train of which another of lefs confequence.he givesthe greateft jmprefTion emotions excited in him mark. looks. it make put this in praftice. illiterateman. cafes.Confirmed onlyby a rightmethod. in not individual. and to cant inflruded fet alike. pafsin illiterate man no that have train in to ever learned minds. exadly as theypafsin thoutrht.though more However ear. a juftand that the inftances of and fenfibly felt in generally two by tune. as thefe neceffarily by fuitable tones. and therefore the ftrongefl force of expreflion there.it now phafis tion That " remains thofe Fiterate.or abfurdly nothingoffered to them from the has his his duty. from an original proceed the has learned to who man jules of which flopping.nd is at expreflion. falls into in the proper ufe of fuitably of the voice. the remedy.from thofe which we in the latter.and in degree. therefore are languagethere is in the v/hole written ideas. and therefore judge of reading.the de- in public. our importantarticlesof cer^ being the pulpit. or emdelivery. readingand fpeaking read in taught to are ufe in in all recitalsand of the natural one. And whatever are by cmphafisto the word which ftands as its . and geftures as fliort. and without painscannot Whereas law of his conftitution. and manner ftopsto feparate in the ufe of the remedyis to beof reading.as fuperior delivery. For theyare apt to confider this fpecies delivery of courfe. deprefsit lO fource of the bad the true prevailswhich generally is. mofl under- churches.that : cadences. and geftures thofe ideas.to which all fentences are tain elevations and depreflions void both of harmony . tones. mark no words.tones. the eye but lettersand he has inftrudted you in the readingcould would forcible delivery trial it would we if to emphafistransferred to and defc"tive in the is erroneous and pleafing to the graceful requiredto bad faid into words each other. he cannot helpmanifefting be fupprefled. fentence cafe.without to that kind which which comes theyhave been taught. fpreaditfelfin the of utterance.. by arbitrary or eafy it may difficultthan is be removed appear at exadly the might be firftfight to imagined. fort.when elevate their voice in the former different way. has been taught to conned taken not importantword. teacher of the of art thofe fpelJing of readingthinks fentences. when he has done fo lettersproperly. which emotions. a this artificial manner. the moft be ufed all it to occafions.exhibits them is moft of which the want : rare very the many (hewn the ear. By fome. Such . He our or negledled. we of manner the pupils are By others. are Having and flops. and our committed abufes fource of thefe abufes may The is ufed . yet upon habits in a before. publicdeclamation bar. infomuch in the to the difgufling the fenate-houfe. and daily that method. the moft out are read.by attentively obfervaweighingthe following in fpeaking.it is onlythe ufes falfe emphafes. varied and expreffive tones. when which nature manner againfl is fomethingin this monotonous infeiflsthe of they are fentiments deliver their own to each fpeaking. But as there on public proper any pains. more point flops j the .la whollyomitted. herfelf revolts . any part of the languageof applied. fpeaking .by fupplying it is manifett from fame what has been a juftand thirgas fpeaking. that fall into can there conne6led or of that errors For. be farther traced.that thingwhich to pradiceaccording be found can dailypradife.

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v. is. of flops. ef makino. there at be manifefted. by having recourfe to the generalrule before laid down.and of the former on necefTary the time of their duration. the drift of the for each the if it had as the whole change fuch of juft freftion . recommend has cafl his eye him and if this read it and errors it it will as him to not taken in the over defeiSls guides. will from vouch can the natural and to unafFedting. the an method a admiration. and the artificial accomplifhthat is. would utter thole words. that delivery.change the chief end obtain certainly point.which.it now fentence be alike.will the great fault almoft refpeft. after he the be the fame.till he at he had manner zs m. and attentive only to in the to broughtit tillhe has prevailwhen aloud paffage matter of it.we the is there but the ftops . which tune a note. for time fome This will make drift and do this to attentive him falfe I would fight. if they were on of frequentufe. from ftiould occafion any and over be to the thingaloud. till habit (hall have fettled him in the rightway.except the voice. in the fame member next raife more the utmoft and which. or theyelevate can and in that cafe of nature efTentially necefTary.that it may But GRAMMAR. be done thing elevated The fufpendednote. he yvillcome graphicart. ought its due the of a to a let them But theywill have and importanceof each the If fufthe the clofe of they deprefs of They find it very difficult attain it in reading without latter. in readingthofe paflages be may will habit prevent this. elevated deftroythat concatenation never of deprefled and emphaticfyllables. graceful attention.and over the to But fentence. the making is There to with ftops. idea to make by regulated.faid all that is can demandingthe as incompletefenfes. and all other of the completefenfe of the run to They appear which fufpendtheir firftto will be. voice before certain the is. without who lower or appropriatedto chiefly be precedepaufes. manner his old propofedway. to try contains fome fufficient imprefllonon to then paufes. they ufe In this the voice fentences fhould be marked detached fentences. in the marked though h:s be faid. or (hould difcourfe : the incompletemembers paflioned penfion of whoever and gainingattention.and it. not readingthem.mterrogation. the of marking the a notes of the the fmaller members.And 1 would alfo advife him not to deliver any thing from notes in public. or are in the written are let fettled.attending the fame note.to read the fame himfelf made that changed. though of yet been laft the to the clofe of to ear And utterance. the paufe.iriced any has ufuallywritten as graduallyto neglcS thofe main he will be able praflice. fentence. has delivery.I would To cuftomarymanner. fimple as This and idea of more or the end of each the ideaj or by the of proportion or more clofer. it. ftopat a ftillmore remains to any that word afkingthcmfelves in certain how they fayfomething univerfally committed. they make at at to firft.difference in him. clearly all or im- only by a to interruption the voice into the firftof the the intonation of the every member whole. fall into been accuftomed have individual fentence. proceeded without before note change . lefs importance member. the members the parts. place.ithout ufingthe marks before mentioned.that paufeat mind.will.if who fo many voice without Havinn. time in remote . RHETORICAL A 4? learn require long read to any generalfenfeof palTage.or a full completionof the fenfe.accordingto runningthrough all fentences cant or of notes do otherwife. before each fcope of at leaft.the flops.without any change of note. ear.is by members otherwife hardlyever {hould pointedout. 1 it method. make to words which note in will be then fome to to givetime too the paufefhould be As fhort. The paufes. In the ufual method to of of fentences. referved for have pointing That note. and pafT-ige. their beft method member. fpeaking. printed .is either by method.fufpending out of the never onlytaughteither are third a of manner of auditory.before he reads fu( h advife him.I refpeflto which forcible articlerelative to the intonation one juftand a utmoft his on imprefllon an experience.them as ance import- managing the it. if properlyfollowed. ftops.

are rife or eafyto more one are rot heard theyaim at Either all. fuch They who. not one. it is they remain it occafioii. does expelledfro^ rife upon truth. fentences. They pitchof voice. in this unufual the reafon for which be is pitch.This bccaufc the orreafons. Thus they and foft. as And for the and fall into variety. gans two this pitch. corruptedby bad habits. the fafer fide.whenever in into runi\ing indeed cafyto Vol. miftake common a auditory. the main pictures. I would one the fjme Paufes in difcourfe anfwer the fentence.or The difcourfe.who and middle of it is neceflary that fatisfaflion. all the others. and force the he pitchhis voice properly. they read and : befecondly. Vut rife gradually and I. The of prevalence time. nor his hearers. trouble very diftin"l things.theyrun at equallybad. manage his every of his auditors. in pliable that fo much have the due never difcourfe. a is ufed in avoidingthis fault. of ifhe does it.not higher.and change.accordingas or middle pitch.or his pitch. will be is not The importance. pitchthan is natural to dcfccnd .from conftant ufe when pradlice. the objeds ftand of to the diftimSlly out difiicultto difcri- be get the better of this bad habit of to another. are fhould He rife to who a he takes who with and than proportionally. to the VOICE. due on proportion . another. the high.Whilft agreeable avoid this fault.to proportion than ordinary. pitch. fhould be heard confound of his of fkill and with organs hoarfenefs enfue.and irkfome to his hearers. to the a lower be pointof a a moderate lower. tht PITCH Of Thefe In order are articlesof the utmoft to be heard But cafe. imply a change of key.cannot a any rule of delivers himftif in higher. firft.the fpeakermuft lofe all the benefits which in : whole arifefrom difgufling monotony. If it be larger And whoever negledsthis. and number fpeakeris. theyufe the low the to into the as foon liftencr. to that he variety. foft in or difcourfe. their due to proportion.fall into or diffidence. and without himfelf. middle. the piano in mufic . into the fmk.to high or low.RHETORICAL A which conneflion it has with that fliades do end in and without eye.and therefore changeit to in their common force ufed in the fame can pitch. the firfl and degreesof So that the bufinefsof the force or loudnefs of voice to the fize of the room.In members. It is true. it will . it and the_/ir/^ key . for generally and throughtimidity firftfetting out a be to of the voice as largeroom. high pitch.therefore. this arifes practice and before from fpeaking. in that to them. proportion beginin equallydiftant from are fink high pitch. Loud the different only refers to highand low. proportionto painfulto himfelf.in its ufual in voice with eafe to with eafe. but wbilft n to to to guidehim. and difcord .is like a in thofe who conclude numerous whereas high and low. in which more fall from petfons. of the voice it is Moft and ftronger. and rJfes caufe the matter is what ought pitch.in which attention weary produdiveof foon wearied pitch. it would one order quicklyinto too which.will never in a new be able to his ufual key.for that they impoffible higher.and reader to their all his make of objecl the proper the colours were the feveral figures of the minate GRAMMAR. he is to fpeaklouder.by which.from common emotions ment manage- which he either his mind of require. fpeak in public.will continuing to j they if or. is that falls. with regularproportion.are it. ufe to 49 recommend ning run- it to every till by degreeshe bringsthem paufeslongertlian is nccellary.has three pitchesin his voice. with not MANAGEMENT tfW fame with it a loud fpeak.throughwant of the extremes.run err fatisfa"lion fubjeSdemands more key.making two fpeakerfliould deliver himfelf with ufed.low.or produces the effectswhich oppofite extreme. confequences and languor and equallyftrongduringthe it.to give due how know his utterance Every fpeaker. run into compofition.

tranfgreffes he it will And time to the utmoft fome emotion. but when take themfelves run the utter confufion of the fenfe.efpecially it the breath The is falfe rule. for whilftr to the main may fufficientcommand air. Whereas only does it with ceived To may by to if he waits reader a been fenfible of his thofe of of it.to breath.making like if there be any inftance. In order as is or all fenfible of his he uneafinefs. cafe.or elfe theyfubdivide the dif- But but upon dangerousexperiment. which extent For even icarce be pardoned: for.as many For as the other. as that an organ (hould be fupplied with a proper quantityof this. you muj}acquire that the the voice. little known as an as who are article of the fhort-winded. tempeji.will appear E H R A 50 O T equallyunnatural.that his hearers are not at he has fome to fpare. by this point in view.theyhabitually ufe a they take breath. may judicioufly This ftruiStureof words For in fentences. a In he organs of fpeechwill be other he will be the fafeftway of it.by fome degreeof a any reference the fenfe . enable at - ftop. that clofe of the fenfe. not depend upon it that his hearers have alfo-' For. and never juftifiable the limits in the leaft. They utmoft any of the reft. fupplyhimfelf with any the onlyobferving ftop. and not to ftoptill the failure of that obliges them to it.the does eafe. fo ftrongis the fympathybetween difficulty. diftiniftfentences. the organs of there- full ftop.i".or to thofe fentences. in that cafe. to- of it .into as to happen in improperplaces. the leaft uneafinefsin the one is immediately per^ this point. that of ftrongly inculcating alwaysproportion his paufesto the importance of the fenfe . and the very torrent.fufficiently time. will this. that of of the to givingthe true tone marks voice. regard degree of than he afford without can to utter voice. liberty the of time in the does not at all depend upon length the the tone of voice paufes. always have temperancethat may give itfmoothnefs. extraordinary he whenever thefe bounds.has made ftop. breath at e ven pleafes. quantity the rule before laid down.it is onlyneceffary to obferve. tone It is of long utter of breath. For.or any never a greater quantity Whilft effort.which out is entirely fore likely the long fentence. importance a fpeaker.as they take taught not to been they have of a full as much times of breathing. to of to ufed. it is neceffary over of the breath .as. pain to himfelf. theymake doing it. and charge their feveral offices with means.rather than go at any his no a in that I may as command and rightmanagement and yet which is delivery.before he feels any want he recruits it with fuch eafe. end beget order fhould which have to of to keep within to liberty full power a longerany management compafs. learningto read. which he would he enforce difmore ftrongly .he fliould take care alwaysto get a freflifupply. which connedlion he is of the abfurdly imagined. ufed.to run chiefly loudnefs be With the the beft rule for a fpeakerto obferve. extraordinary ever of it .as the the In player.but difficulty more fpeechand all times ftops.and I C R L A languidthan more R G M A M A R.that he fhould have at all times of breath. the tranfgre/fing Shakefpearhas well obferved in his inftruftion to judicious is the people in generalare but when too. the other. paufesto or propofition all of like fentiment circum- contribute much his meaning.and has givesup at his voice under command.but givesthe fpeakerfuch power at fenfe upon over the which fhould precedefuch nature of the out paufe. For the note ftance tillhe is put in mind himfelf.that he fpeakerto accomplifti he of the fmalleft ftop. by be to never difficultto exceedingly therefore are to apt fpeaker importance to drawn. and not merelyto tindion.with- without prejudice to to prolong at pleafure. accompanyingthem.whenever and felt his uneaftnefs. there is full a inftru"led in whirlivivd fay ofyour paJ]ion. underftand the whole the reins. he may that hearing. and they will be very apt. the grammatical without ftruiSlure. into that key in which theyhad fet out. through the body of their difcourfe.

he may than ffrongly attention. parts of into kinds two .joy. Thus. the impaflioned of writers . every his hearers. excellent leaft tibi ip/i..in different countries. fo point. When not we confider that only adaptedin the all thefe tones are to be to givedue proportion juftcft accompanied by force to fuitable looks and the kntiment. fufficient inducement a He neither the it points. and let upon emphaticalword. of paffions and which paflions. and operations. nagement ma- are generalintonation.whenever fpontaneoufly ufed by form a univerfal language. emotions former fo far requirethe ftate.and inflituted. or he may make a longer paufeafter it is weight when more paufebefore admit uHigewould either accordingto or.it will requiregreat pains.and . clofeft attention. will be primum With our when paflions.and : me all the other obfcrvatlon. forrow. the article of mirth. and thcfu. confidered the feveral points. refers only to particular notes flops. that far I have faryto the point. to defirous to extend (hould be a I have What producea attention. we mark the different ideas . a The felt of the influence to them in the very cheat Here of the of any of thofe would we paflions either . alfo regulated . but gcfture . exertions. any in many amongftus. farther. is a well known the attain the nobler to as of paflions the to we not ends upon infinite ufe and the proper of there mankind. is and principal firft. commanding be confidered and pervadeswhole periods. Yet mafteryof But thefe fuch to oratory. a ruminate to SI longerpaufethan ufual.and of one as or pleafurable. feeling. affecting underftood and equally to us mon com- powerfulefFedt. which of of power of which. This are command is the ftate of elocution low fo of of thefc rudiments even to do both. in producingtheir the fuch the influence of any of under of expreflive tones the fame are fettled by intellect and voice. may reach the maxim.Thefe world. become ter maf- of them. which in his animal differ.hatred. as pointsto The their confidered rhetoric.is comparatively is very circumftance. when we are ourfelvcs as they are neceffarily produced by them paflions. and faid on fentences.-by compact.. the to fo far from their views the tempers.mimic indeed hearts far of will hold the as fail of we the tones hearers.chiefly depends. where deeper into and eflcntially necefr fundamentally are he will be which."c. and giveit the will it is clofed. appertaining difcourfe. We manifeft. that he will himfelf underllood. who man make is mailer delivery.to the ejl paflions. are natural. mean Tones to . The are of the fpeakof that to mean accompanyingwords exprefs.as great meafure a an applydofely.even in elocution. .pity. in ftill go may fcnfe.equally inftituted tones.- implanted in his the frame. natural. thofe which are producethem.anger. at to he is break forth.in man thofe analogous The that imprcflionon cafes. or in delivering fpeeches fhall fail of the of the tion. without be able not it fink TONES. lamenta- in all countries. to excite emotions do-not underftand.ere^ good with regardto latter.neither requireftudynor difcourfes own I by all. Si vis doUtulum f. very and this .. nor. of thofe but paflions.^and refpeclto tones thefe.he may proper occafions may on Of Thus it.it is evident.in a do.RHETORICAL A the reft. much but in der un- in tempting at- affuming for the time'. languages pains. will mafter which of thefe. love. all that is hitherto emphafisand nature thofe be divided may . 1 other pains.which reflexion by make a precedeit by givetime of any the mind to the importanceof fome publicfpeaker. this fubjecl.nor very making and difpofitions.which will roufe delivered .therefore.and GRAMMAR.and which long be- as the hand all the different nations fancy.

fyllables divided into accented and unaccented.in that the one paufes. and thofe of the with principles the fame upon and it is by their aid that it is therefore voice. form verfes or ftrains.utterly not by earlyperverted be to how And us. and their accompaniments'. and The movement. notes the rules of the different called feet. tolerably is the necelTary confequenceof degreeof thofc who attention is fcarce known of orator}fpecies Nor is it hardlyever attempted perfedionin it the inftances are. penetratethe inmoft receflcsof the foul. in bars. by dividing among and afccrtaining their quantity. and continue. that of POETIC the RECITATION know of art. appear have who us. they fhould ufe thefe.from that the diiFerence between of profe.Nay is in the little that but art of ufed. and properties. the different manner ever vention inone in old Greece improvedand and dignified NUMBERS.when verfe.tillthe objedbe changed. himfelf upon ftampeJby God of it be can dies in the ear. completed. among to as way GRAMMAR. clearly fucceedcd even there. to cold. and a Feet confiftof certain number of thofe all like a of the matter to correfpond conftituent parts of verfe are. onlyevery thingwhich of the fenfe of what even henfion. in the firftplace. of the other. of by recolkdinghow few bufinefs of their lives. by an exaa proportionin founding to one portant. and thoughit be the main objea than our art. and in the notes a meafured made from both. which is Such the fades upon or prefentftate. like fyllables pace . lifelefswork fight? human In order vivifying energetic language.bccaufe of the governed are governedby fimilar laws.' worfe" that our youth fliould and a country of freedom too. for teaching Of the givenup for that which natures. as two . be ufed in the recitationof examine. where at any of arriving difficulty extreme the of principles the even the that this need not wonder wc graceful. the nobleft. be wholly negleaed.wherein to neceflary will be to as eftablifhed. order but a the are them.that the in the fyllables one meafure. and time whole our to effentially neceffary. longand fliort.it profeand verfe confifts.and The fources of the which fyllables mark the others. RHETORICAL A 53 is forcible pleafurable. long.when meafure.and fuch our livinglanguagebe reftored to is the it muft nature.which ? and man otherwife. the market! the movement. the proper is fulJ and of languagefhould in a civilized country. tillthe ever its due rank.fuch a to be put in And the ftudied never praaice.from mufical. art.except on degreeof having devoted When to fpeechentirely of leavingthjt reflea. our have we bartered that. the beautyof are founded and Proportion each depends upon eiTentialdifference between inarticulatefounds: bars . indeed iome ftage.to mufi- diftribution of which.and we pleafure due obfervation of the laws of to ftrains: theyhave verfes. beingthus the more im- from tinguiftied was into their fyllables them . fpecies the voice as it were flopsalongthroughthe verfe.accordingto are receive confiftsof articulate. poeticfeet. is. They of verfification. but well aftonifhus it may All this it is be cannot the cultivation of the written language. every thingwhich is to a pointsnecefTary dependupon uttered. and fchools of rhetoric Rome. In arc Englifli. Poetic numbers by fimilar laws.that wc in affeding and not have alfo the moft material elocution.that fuch elTentialparts diftinacompre- ufe of tones. refult united together.beingto the ftiort. to think.and movement. cal other. feet. and .ftiould in fome manner necefl^ary be dif- the ancient Romans. more fhewn. and the longfyllables.for can and ornamental moft ufeful.and chance. only be uninftruded in the true has clearly pointed out repugnant to thofe which nature falfe rules. this This movement regular diftinaion are the due of certain number feet.

verfe into one for that very tindion reafon.arifesfrom pleafure anfwered any of them Thus tongue.muft not find that in when terminate. It is the line drawn remove it. given us the ear. cafes. fpecics every Vol. our the Romans. as the From G the theoryof quantity.or remains. which can boundaries.is known to all who forts . R.and denominatingall the accented long. theyendeavour error. quantity.clofes it. when it is fhevvn. not were great advantagewhich power . The The two are cefural.whilft from Do we there has not equal.on geometrical a And of Profodians our without feet. they the regardto incapableof numbers number a them.the French . purpofej long time of feet.our like the of account on long fyllables beingout of it was fuppofcd. but the final has hitherto efcapcJthe obflrvation of all the writers upon each vantage amazingad- ing other conftituent part of verfe. proportion.or beingcapableof its . fyllables long. it has the over been alfo fliewn.borrowed from the long and fhort. I.fix. our of ours. in point of poetic numbers. all examination. which of as fliort.fince to difference between niiftaken. formed by of fyllables conftltu- a poeticfeet.by the peculiar being as ftrongly diftinguiflied fyllables. it been hitherto Ctfural. their words For beingfor all proportion moft peopleat and accordingly minated fyllables.in alone occafions. Thus loft fight of French. whereas I have which it is laid. that verfe is written in of verfification. had recourfe our the havingexamined not thofe to of whereof fyllables rendered it tional defecl in their tongue.RHETORICAL A the accented and ftrefsof the voice long fyllables were. to of fubjecl. the two. with incompatible formerlyfnewn. the by Hence for few tongue. the . givenan adequateidea on unequalparts .in point of poeticnumbers.not fyllables. final. Profodians our With fallen into have a compofed. to our verfification.as others in which this to finding though fcarce they afiertedthe fame Roman.the denominated verfe. would fquarewith of account on R from the unaccented. and between it is of that the nature verfe.that this very circumftance has givenus from the profaic. a different way line is bounded by o from profe? Do we the meafure ? that is.among ourfelves to that of the arithmetical kind. the and pointing out capableof marking the movement.as it is by of French. fome .as immutably fixed eftablifh the proportionof that the conftructed in a certain way. Of the poetic paufes. verfes our verfes of ten. peculiargeniusof of variety errors tongue. hence. theyare denohave we to this day.peculiarly belongingto verfe. the over the which French. them. and poor the compofed. that prefent. on fyllable makes certainly their whole really compofed rules of the Latin the exadly. 53 quantity.that profe.which.It is many their the contradifmarks the never be the diftinguifh the other. though neither of them. in reality. is perpetually gulated quantityof our fyllables varyingwith the fenfe. boldlyapplied that the accent.confifts in paufes.and is for the moft part rehas the courfe Le6lures Art which been of the of in on : proved by emphafis fully reading Verfe where to the of words fyllables . of rhimc. at once falls to the ground. in the farther geniusof be an chief verfification depends of harmony contains natural no in verfe.fuited nor greater than that of the fhort.and differ- The one an ancients. ornament Some their they were the to language has our blindlyreduced the of pleafing four eight. are equally upon reo-ularpaces of the voice. and others havof the ancients. which it has neither accent. there other I fhall call the Final. in fome cafes.but even fyllables. in many impo/Tiblc. it makes it to and that And verfes were our the fome becaufe the Roman of them feet were were formed profody utterly by quantity. not obferve. with acquaintance have any it is the ufe of this final paufe. and part equallyaccented the moft by elTentialdifference between an verfes by the number meafured iM A M A ing havingadoptedthe rules of our neighbours.divides the cefural paufe.

foughtout next who never of the fame high repetition becomes diftindlly.into the the relation of a than the line as fuch line. Is all in the it it voice.or divided their opinionsmore. they giventhc-m had need not But it v/i!lbe if aflced. nor in words completed. the melody praiSice. this theywould means chofen theythink what do in fentences of theyreduce into confufion .without the leaft paufe. how at the as feems general. difgufting by its to cept recitation. by in the poft. no profe. and (hall the ear.be changedto fentence.leaves Wtween it and no fuch fuch the was to fee having pronounce this is fentence. in the fame words paufe fenfe. extremelydifagreeableevery ear. which. verfification. fure mea- and loft in hurried a from precipitately clufter of words. nor is the management cf it to be change it to before defcribed under word. note. a a theymake becaufe of arrangement herfelf has annexed bulk of readers. where laft words fuch in pleafure any nature to mark which. not heroic enthufiaftickind.and. In vain.the profe. his order. you avoid to and verfe fo there if you manner difpofed . tion. the laftword.who. melody. were been thoughtof. own fort. by caufe fall into this laft method. acquiredbut by great attenufe of this pauie. neither the bed proportioned numbers in laboured ear fafer coyrfe.and thofe verfes ought to be recited. that of the reciterhimfelf. bulk one which blank verfe .as verfe. that fenfe from law a of of the boundaries of one line one ends. can form only that is it to the eye judgment of no of metre. to pointout the completion that every line fliould terminate with a flopin the fenfe.where readers.if there be miftaken. becf Readers (hould readily wonder. RHETORICAL A 54 meafure the .is. connexion necefTary pointingout the taughtany other paufe. and one. well of one the it. in ^ be the fenfe does metre. thougheflentially necefTary flopis what of be the verfe. is the kind belongsto ? And diftin(flly metre GRAMMAR. make in any of the fentential givesan delight. imaginesit givesequalpleafure To mark no But when verfe. cafe. beginthe fubfequent thofe of the fentential kind. you read. chantingto runningthe lines in the fenfe . with thofe that the disjoining clofe of every the monotony. in the perceptionof metre.the number the of feet which itfelf. that of which (hew where to the end of fuch lines.to more ever at note.you fing\'eryill. by making that would I have be no ufed.' faults. it will to our would greateft perfedionsin another. profe.at the end of all verfes. of of the meafure ? any mark. per- feaiy . accordingto the method before propofed.that Caefar faid.is turned Dryden. I the have be often carried away laftword in fuch improper.but fufpending with the conne(fledinftantly name has of the once never all? To marked by this the anfwcr in the fame individual This note an is of the or elevation. his verfe to profe. without interfering may at all times be preferved and of verfe paufe is neither at For the paufeitfelf. marks fimilar poftsin diftinguifhed the its not verfes two which means the whole efreclof the rhime. the fole judge of numbers. as well as the metre. We .which certainly is complete in- an ihe meanings highernote a a continual metre with highlydelighted of reader a into of readers have his and tune. on a theyfind another. however. Nothinghas puzzledthe in which take which to ? the eye. this final is it poflible mark to voice. If it the indeed were know. that the majority iikc and read verfe it cofts them trouble have all learned read to to profe. often confound words. to nor with clofe with not of member a be flops.though air of thefe feveral is. find the fame In vain have Prior and difcord. but at a ufuallymarks as that appear to others. is loft.into their theyto none hobblingkind of metre. and them. following recitation to the juft paufeof fufpenfion . a member complete a theyufe we the (ing. of is than by thus the ufed and fing. deprellion obvious. a the riclieftrhime.that of confounded fenfe.were If ' imprefEon its correlative.but 0:hers by blank our afraid in that am of neceflity been the a could then be fixed. Now the Some. By the with the fenfe. elevate their voices.has Milton couplet. be marked to this done not be left without meafure the is metre founds. a drawingout verfe. which the . exbut it marks It pure manner and whofe .

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as thus" your bleft abodes" deftroyed. manner" following found. every man's " gold" employ" the main" will pointout underftanding may be without feparated of the voice fliould be from accent to to him. RHETORICAL A 56 accent.which loft in him reader be much cefura wrong. nrft and the lines of two The The As thus to fet down Ihould be thus divided not yet as my place. their Mufts the which pointing. that not of fiery termagants fprites Back Or I have feen " The fuch unnatural ftill that account. are native own the place. . pleafure other. metre Of the fame kind.in as 3 emphafis. refiftlefs eloquence employ" own contain reality 1. are But fprung firfl enforced. paufe.The but onlypreferved. are his guard. as of line following The GRAMMAR. however to producingthe " be placethe inflame- good Aide moderation " his fecurity " gold " the provinces plunder to words which any main" requirean immediate union neceflarily hurt the underftanding. There fliould be the fame obfervation of fyllables. uncommon from your bleft abodes- ftilllove. good fecurity his ' ' ' to plunderprovinces own and what kepttogether. layingno ftrefson mediate the inter- f\llables.read Ambition is no the it were. inflame- Aide '' refiftlefs eloquence In all cafes of this fort.but hobblingprofe. in profe. is not metre the paufe.on To placed after the word /r/7. whatever own floppedin found.which. 4' ^^^ .and the fame changeof notes on the phatic em- profe. lines. fliouldbe pronouncedexadly in the fame way as recite verfe with 2. Lines of muft cefura perfedi . what words prejudice it will be onlynecelTary to obferve propriety. would all of fimilarftrudlure. great temptation. 3. to are ceflarily ne- the fenfe. ture " fprungfrom loft in him We've Unlefs the darts with out lowing unexpectedtrochee fol- the is reftored. whofe Or '' ' fpritesof fiery termagants ' to my place ' own crofs ' native moderation ' Your on placeis fuppliedby two with each this flruc- or femi-paufes. to " And 1 he movement at thofe improperly. the ^tvi following fhort rules. fineftmelody.and following in the native place The to that love their been have of disjunftion demi-cefurasjas thus be arts it might givethe ear. There " crofs Back All the words . is metre We've a force. But let the Ambition By much expreffion fhoots Pope's.by thus" verfe.he will be apt upon on Your in " yet native " And not arts.They ^' Mufes feats of the cefura.which do ccfura be Waller's.

the cefu- of readers. when his verfes are of the poet can are R paufes. when to they doing great injuftice then only be heard. and is obvious brought Elocution.accordingto own man's given I call mufical introducingfiiig-fong notes. but raptures with cantat E attention profe. every ear.by of the voice fuited done. point out the feet.in prevent the reader's of means to the fame the exa"t that littlecan be into falling attaining a in elegance of delivery. The of the voice notes feet and as paufes. feem generally obfervation.baud cuiquaminjucwida But himfelf.it this part to the nicer general intonation as all other the ufual proper arts are errors manner. are.indeed. in time to the confider. proportions both of Nor can to inftituted.as before to difagreeable is in high quis T O fenfe the to R I C ipfe No ' : L A muft be or that of the chanter is tune unpleafingto tune the fentiments refult from j and a due M A thofe to a M Such the old to R. himfelf. Thus far I have But with time and regardto ever expedl the whole art and Praclia^ Vol.R A paufesrelative The 4. till rhetorical fchools pcife^lion. their G I call fentential. manner in as ral and final. 57 be obfervcd in the fame peculiarto verfc. I.that they in its room. . the poet's mufic. but particular ufual fault of The H they ought fubftitute their own fuch recited with obferved. the conftituent parts of verfe. mufic.' proportion two A fpeciesof chanting into poetical numbers. for. taught. by precept alone.confifting and paffions.and paufes. and in committed have of to necelThry. manner juftand we teach Precept^ Example. are only. which which defcrilied. the grace in the feveral tone and the fentiments to laid open to all that is recitingverfe.

analogy. influence. is the at when.as above. to which terminating fyllable. that in mentioned the nrft time the numberlefs to E P fyllablebut of it faid the to in Polyfyllables " Examp. . its ought force cafes. and by following the have its accent appe'ar. whether generallyoperates in knowing not any ihail who but and by examples. yet.affu 'ranee as. rind. Now they the primitive has ly?. as. recourfe by having find concor'd- or principle Arrogance. "c. certainlythe Icfleningas as to pronunciation upon ind in which rule 2d the cafe. elegance. nants. advocates Grammar.that the vowel / is not the is no the word refractory. occaiions others refer from them. as it is has it preceded by on the penult. fhall thit is but for and operates. Confo' two exceptions mentioned of be of rule. antepenult. 31. . and this on does much been The ance. as To fure this explain It has but which the the errors oceafjon . which will and Some neither derivation to with acquainted "7"tce words. kind .aiFu're . or adjuftedby looking to might have attending to not And error. of eafy. ever fame all this word the pronounce In general. occafioned much difputej you will iind it 37. dis'cordance. INfounded. 2{J. nor The only word. where generalhave the word the difputed. when without it being diredlor.y. my. for of the accent termination the on as laft be ften will you latent a upon may in ance. more monofyllablein pronounced long. prefcnr. as of the word wind. : derivative the lail. balanced D principleupon true laid open. is moft pronunciation which poffiblethe attainment whether there has wi'nd the or any Thus able conform- language will in the vi-'nd'. any fame the upon firft the on regard to much . fjgnifieance.zvhcn or they might as right in this been rule adopted. different partifans of the the authority. principle. a difpute about I have often in heard Dr.by recourfe be pronunciation folve io that to I the icivc upon againftanother. that fallen into analogy which no The one itfelf fet them the accent for the with good is another which word termination p. the on gine ima- ground they might well fyllable. to of polyfyMablesfe of all difficulties in dubious fubjedt. this it will render it. all others governs pens. which. that the examining fliould be pronunciation former words in p. guide the rudder laws. the be former has been Englifh language terminating blind. preferencehas great advantage the will hold acad'emy. given as to that of it it fliould be anomalies as. abun'dance.or refrac'tory. they fall into continual no well founding one N difputesdaily held the Preface. ignorant difputable cafes. with obfervation Ac'ademy. . from difcor'dance. pronounced proceed termination. or con'cordance. hap- preponderate? very uncertain a reafons it often as analogy. would one as con'cordance. which determine what on and : deviations many in the Clip.P A the precedingGrammar. When Exceptions. for is and put end an of fiifterent modes Some has authority have recourfe is have is. two. attempted. appe'arance.

as the Reader ceflary Rules 59 " are apt fpelt. havingthe to. as lengthened different combinations .veil. pronouncing the difference. fuch change the univerfally the e found ec. a following in as Englifli conftantly give this In all which the gentlemenof exceptions. greet. why you call it wind.in bald. tea. be to extended will find every trouble. vein.Thus the confonant. feign. great.after fome time of refidencc in London. generalrule.To a in as great rriindto find a but it would length.which are pronouncedlike rain. pronounce Thus a. thus the words receive. pfawm. but in all the others. ba'r.Ei is alwaysfounded e. confonants.V. as father.th. re/ave. when accented. ea. finifhes a fyllable. ei.pleafe. matron. whenever want thefe words by the Englifh. fo it would father. of the whole their of manner language. as laftcombinations two in aid. as this latter exception. theypronounce e.and as a by as the if the bear.in call of in Im. has the are the unne- an Grammar. as in the words. Englifh pronunciation. the if as the e.drain. or the Irifli make In the as in an. has its fecond meet. before mentioned. rein-deer. and . rcplatc-.fupreme. to tear.fincere. in that of marked by law. vowels. were found pear. except in the to wear. fweer. to For e In fpelt. will the I have Englifh. for- of knowing Ireland. befecm.drein.mai/. fee.ption.papa. Dr.vain. reiu (ofa bridle}. miftake. letter it when when third Paul if found . a and founds of the two the word tone. jeering a in by the Natives "?/Ireland cbferved of EngUp. The final mute makes the preceding^ in the fame fyllable. rath'-er. heir.APPENDIX. words. 6cc. cawm.to rather ex- an it. e finalmute.^.vail. the vowel precedesthe it precedes /w. deign. Swift fayto thofe who in pronounced it fliort. pronounce quawm. Whenever accent but three The mama. to bear. maytron.Thi" Irifh. the alfo found fame hat'. father think alfo the word makes fa'r.ftridly following exceptionsin of ba'lm.laying accent the vowel on a . is for the moft part founded The the whilft is on the conand the accent fonant. the moft part in the language.and ee in hate.v/ho pronounce all fuch words as rule is almoft broken throughby univerfally Jcc. is alfo founded of fecond a. alk.in talk. be accent the vowel on likewife . if written.The Irifh.ignorant as of that ftruflure as all words as r. fay. fyllable. well c. thefe it. and ie. whilft the Irifh in moft words the as fecond vowel.' Obfervations of this Icind might be chief miftakes made The by moft words bdr. by is on accent to Ei. this miftake throughthe rectify and vowel.air. into if as words. as alfo in the words. whole this rule there be found in the words. but in the follows the vowel confonant a be to appear as on Irifh may which is taken into the firftfyllable. Irifti.patron. [ee] is marked he. field.The the vowel fall into the to give it differentcombinations fwear. aw. a. where them Englifh pronounce When confiJerable to a thingrelative to the Irifh in firftvowels.as in tended atrule.have the found of jy. tay. .except no of ^-^ ea.pleefe. beer. ea. except when a g defate.replete. the in the fame a alwaysits firftfound. and as the ra-ther.paytron.theyalmoft in the combination plays. all.lie for pronouncing former beinggenerally founded it is pronounced a. the vowel.inftead of . bear. e pronounced by are as in the the them as if written w:ord6. is upon This found of e. they to of lieve."c.fuprame.pfa'lm.though the theywere Irifh. deceit. a. as thus.bawm.fuch vowels. as miftake .fin?urc. has a by a Englifh. it .it is invariably pronounced written. in Irifh fay. fuch as. ee found the of tee. a found. e. reign. "c. follows it. "c. fea.by found written. ProntDiciation jiift a in the word The be in the adjufttd r day. [day] by the Englifh.the Irifh never the the accent when by the Englifh. that matt' order to attain fame a. There air .

thus for ei to fame found to ey. a due way concerned. there. are all fpeltwith a double e.as are pronounceddifferently any of the any of the confonants fituations. of thefe feveral combinations. pr^iy. this rule in the tlie are words. an eafymethod propofedof correcting the whole. as thelriflinever malce any miftakes. key givethe A with ftrid obfervation of thefe few rules. and come it. which pointed this habit f.ee.in the words pronouncedpray. in certain thickening likewife the is the out . or ee.by a double "". lee. and the accent this there To has been England. prey. I fliallnow give a liftof fuch detached words.and e attended by a final mute e. that do not to complete in Ireland from what theyare in above rules. Engl'iJ}) pron. EngUJhproti. In the way of Ey is always founded like a when by the Englifli. no pronounce rated exceptionsenume- their words Englanddo. the rightpronunciation for all who want to acquire the bed method is.APPEND eo but are two to exceptions which Englifhpronunciation. The Irifh. as ufually convee. . belongs . markingthis found. are been as the The taken already In order under more to poliflied part of the inhabitants of diphthongsthey commit notice of in the Grammar in the words. in exactly the vowels which has onlydifference in pronouncing the founds of d and t. fo far fault in. except in the found Where of as i . convay.founded he. to fuppofethat ea. *. convey. theyfaypree.convey. IriJ}) pron. often ley.in attemptingto pronounce like the Englifh. will enable the well-educated natives of Ireland the fame is upon but two are exceptions. ei.as thus. as attention to the very few above.where.

the Grammar.airived principal as even at an to accuracy of own a Lord * pains.and he is perhaps at England. without firflhavinga proper method of inftrudion . Scotland. after the clofeftattention. their true founds to the preceding vowels. " Vol. With of regardto the natives of Scotland from the Englifh. in Lonof the who did not leave Scotland tillafter he had been fome years adin a highoffice vanced law.(n APPENDIX. With regardto called Scotch is the differfrom the Engintonation indeed. theytotally in my Ledures on the Art of Reading. fo. L Loid Ayimoor.in order to become preceptors in that mofl ufeful and ornamental of all arts.except when affifledby the living voice.or what commonly accent.is that of alwayslayingthe accent on the This has been already taken notice of in vowel. his fpeechwas laid down to the method not from that of the moft to be diflinguifhed both in natives of of and intonation. juftand polifiied I found hopesof havingfkilfulmafters to teach this art. accordingto the rule there laid down . EngUJhpron.ard reading and had. I have treated at large lifli written . that I have of been able not included in the rules Lefore laid down. chiefly application. and yet. upon proper encouragement. And yet there was of SefEon. JilJJj pren. as " of any others who fpeakthat and in a ber greaternum- a language. rule or thoughhe more had inflance which extraordinary never been much method. collect.in \^hich the well-educated natives to of Ireland differ from thofe England. in words where it ought to be on the confonant. the leafltiniSlureof the Sccttifh intonation. their dialefl: differs more. and therefore the aid of mafters. Nor are there wantingexamples to flimulate thofe who are in purfuit and to enof this objefl. whether in the Houfe of Commons. will no doubt induce numbers to applythemfelves to the mafteryof it.it will require more pains to corre"t it. ci I fliall . after having received inftrudion for a few months only. of which rules can be of littleufe.theywill now Nor will theylong be their certain and own labour. EngUjhpron.who. pronunciation.w-ihout there. \ reach all the words are Thefe. than that points. for it is in this the Scotch and Englifh that the chief difference between pronunciationconfifls. till theyattain a facility in accenting and giving fhould chiefly the confonants.when I have it in their power to com pa fs the delivered my Courfe of Lectures at Edinburgh. onlyconverfing with regularly not flilla feme of the of out with fuch I met with at in Edinburgh. that method being now laid open.according in this work. fure fuccefs to their endeavours. grounds. is here required. greater number of and pronunciation. In this article therefore they cxercife themfelves. or at the bar. in manhood. There is at this day a gentlemanof that country. polifiied point pronunciatiori this day the befl patternto be followed with regard to both.yet merelyby his Engliflimenhappened be aflors. But in this. without due afliflance. for as there could be no to which delivery. and the method of curingthis habit pointed out. by pointupon where that is requifice. Iiijhpron.and which {halljoinexample who precept.If the fame ardour continues for a obtaining prevail among the young gentlemenof Scotland. rules. The mofl: material difference in pointof pervadestheir whole fpeech. now don.

till be put to .plut . ofier.firtiie and Thus fice. inftead of ttofte .theyufe p femivowels. from pronunciationarifes chiefly Welfh in the the three vocal. and ejhin that of ezh. . the and impure. in words of the peculiarity the three pure the few of their their fe\en there thefe and are no thofe. c. EXPLANATION Of ufedin the Method 'T^HE the to point out Diclionary. For blood. tear.they fubftitute/ of eth . will fliew the vowel that " Bufy bizzy p. in the femivowels vocal into dire"lly oppofitcto that of afpirate. placeoi v.62 APPENDIX.in afpirated theyufe k.c. inftead of zeal and praife.theyfay. ufe of the room for g.afhur. they employ /.that every reader fhould commit of the vowels to memory the Pronuna'afion the fchcme following *. for . Now at never pronounce to eafily they placeof ner. 4. them fiifficicutly All . for or hard s the in. the ftur Reader e exhibits the words Whenever is hat this fcheme to column Hat a Blood where when he will only difliculty blud Bird in it is alfo propofed he confult. inftead of virtue and vice. for the bare reading clear to him.and Stir * each one the bet i fit o not u but y love-ly Tills has been vowel ufurpsthe Birth Bet of power Love berth the above the other fpelt. " lioIJ it in his hand This is the will make theyare pronounced. marked another. ". is to take the dired courfe oppofite that to of the Welfli. Firft. luv explanationof the other marks 3 Bear Beer bear As thus " beer. inftead of azure. for God. as bet As thus in the Grammar. Cot them..s the a burd. tlTin.er. the firftcolumn that is founded. Grammar. In like dear.feal and formation between ftiew how in order to . that Didionary. note. I fhali now fay a mightget rid The placeof the of room Thus the three inftead of b.ttTefle and lefs than feven of cur if the difference in the manner correfpondentones. they fay. The peopleof the Welfli.vather of cure. AccorJinf One hat writ. and throughoutthe Didionary. theyfay. he has it perfeclly of the theyare as hate one lye founds the are Hate other. and . Thus confonants which the Welfh all.oft.theyfay. in the praift'c . zhire.is. Somerfetfhire pronounce For whereas the Welfh change the into change the afpirate the vocal. alreadyrecomrnendcd ihoiildcopy of the vowels hall Hall fixed in his memory. in the Inhabitants of Wales the to provincialdialed. folloiving of the Words. man- z etti . ZomerzetSomerfetfhire. firftneceiTary ftep. So that their method for thin. theyfay. they of Somerfetfhire a way the For father. thefe in the way kvcn confonants defcribed in the and their three conftantly fubfrituting femivowels. mutes. ftiieme. and for d. theymight in fiiorttime be a of pointedout were taughtthe perfsdt ufe of them.

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flu/ be're luv he biz zy of fyllables all letters which and to the are the words united feparated from fantaftic mode are divided according in the fame reft.are certainlyis the and fpelling-books natural of here pronouncing them kept together alfo divifion. A GENERAL . which followed in our ne so'fhal.though it be grammars. that is. in writing. to the mode fyllable. contrary .APPENDIX. in utterance the re gro laf'tur The the Voivel. 6^ yfcicm the over Over Confinant.

f. minifh. a-brm'-dund. the article fet before an 5 ABB fhortening. par- nifeft motion. ab'-but. of an privile". f.or quit. is a participial noun. word a is written noun. ma- quantity taken or perfons. ABB. articulation that has a-ba'fe. A ABACUS.the a hunting. the landlord To ox an as. To caft down. as. forfaken man. a To tree. to ABASH. ABASE.^r-t. v. ABATE. a placed From refign. a weaver's warp. ABBREVIATE.polTcf- The abbot.es.ad. ABBREVIATURE. up The nunnery. nouns fignification denotingproportion. To a-ba'te ging beg- column. aft of a a-baf 't. or give fum lefs. ABATE. a-ba'te-ment. ABANDON.-ment.'ho abrid2. depreflion. f. beginning an. to deprefs. fore-partof leflen. f. up. ABASEMENT. a counting table. to bring lov/. part. .to aft of a. the ABARTICULAtIoN. The The f. ABATER. mark urt. f. f. The flate of A f. men Thechief f. a is fometimes A a-ban'-dun. ab'-ba-fy. The fuperior of a or ab'-by.k'-d-la"ftiun.es ab'-befs. ABBOT. higheftdegree.i-tare. To n. j ab-br3'-vy3te. To the the Tomakeafliamed. To fpeciesof a-ba which fions. ABATEMENT. defert. v. -tur. the forfalce. A . One^ ub-brev-ya'-tur. ABBY. The ab-. v. aft of by away is yarn on f. alphabet. . f. whether religious . ABA firft letter of The A Before Angular number. fhorten.^b-bre'-vy. ABBREVIATION. A monafteryof or women. beingbrought a-ba f. di ' aft of ABBESS. of a convent of men. hath ab'-a-kus. rights. ABANDONED. hundred a uppermoft member ABAFT. grow abating. the the ftern. fhip. A.v.f. by abandoning. ABANDONMENT. . vowel. towards of with . ABBEY. ^-ban'-dun-ment. an ab'. The ab-brcv-yj'-fhun. ticiple. To a.d for the fake of B (hortening. to To a-ba'te. That a-bafti'. To abating. great A or . low . f. ABBREVIATOR. abatement cut To {hort. ABBACY. A has a of before a corruptedin it a the to Given f. year. Tu .A GENERAL DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. agent or caufo procured.

perfonthat abides place. to ab-lak-ta'-fhun. foreign. the fupporicr or encourager of another. f. the taken to fupport him in his defigns ance. ab'-jekt.f. a. up abhorrence The aft of ab-dy-kd'-fliun. Abater. of abetting. To To ABLACTATE. ab-hor'. ABETTER. intendment. Theacl of abhorring. ABLATIVE. rightof lieth in it is all when fee-fimple abeyance.f. ab-j3-ra'-fhun. ABILITY. The a-bll'-ll-ty. The acl of ABETMENT. confe- fupportthe particle a place. f. ftate of an abjeft. ABLE- . or a pofition fomething. a. ABDOMINAL. The ABJECTEDNESS. To hate with mony acri- \ f. a-bl'de. manner. ab-d[lc-U-tiv. ab'-jekt. refign. wean it has the it frequently abilities. ABJECTNESS. To throv/ away. A deviation ABERRANCE.ib-hor'-rcn-fy. the roots of trees. right. Servility.^nfe. ab-dik'-tor. . ab-hor'-rent. ab-la'-fliun. ther. or of no contemptible.f. meannei ab-er'-rant. a-bi Continuance. A man v/ithout hope. . a-bed'. or Having ftrongfaculties. ABHORRENCE. The fame with ABERRANCY. Wanderingfrom ABERRANT.it is ufed and at or with before a perfon.v. In bed. any ab'-er-ra'-fbun. ABIDING. ABJECTION. plural from the common track. to remove To n. To ABJURE.or fortune . The acl of tak- ingaw. or help. a. ABDICATIVE. refignation. Aberrance. . which ABED. The ABDUCTOR. which takes nouns. The ABLAQyEATION. Meannefs ab-jek'-fhun. f. v. f. To puQiforward anof.to rctraifl. knowledge. ble. f. from the breaft. to L B known way. ABKORRER. thing. fervility bafenefs. That a. ab-er'-ran-fy. ABHORRENT. loath. body. having ABLE. or dwells in a The a with the in before place. ABHORRENCY. ad. a. To ab-du'fe. to withdraw ferve to open to a pullback Mufcles cent abdu- divers parts of body. ABDICATION. the faculties or powers of the mind. . capacity. of f. ab-lak'-tate. ab-do'-men. abjeft meanly. connivof oath for that end. To fwear not to do To ab-e-run'-kate. value. and . a. of a. To recant ABERUNCATE. v. Mean worthlefs . abdicating. ab'-jekt-ljr. f. 1 ^b-hor'-rcnfe. ABJECTLY. ab-er'-rmg. pullup by the roots. ding.ab-la-kwe-i'-fhun. ABLACTATION.a-bet'. the inconfiftent contraryto. a-bi'-dur. from the right way. or draw ferent dif- part from another.^ ingtothe abdomen. in the only remembrance. ABDOMINOUS. ABJECT. which abdication. the fixth cafe of the Latin . ABIDER. upon To ABET. an implies or Struck with with. oath. deviating fignifies ABERRING. ABDOMEN. Relat- ab-dom''-m!-nus. One grafting. ^-be'-y. f. the To a. a. an errour.iy. ABJURATION. Going aftray. ab'-jekt-nefs. ABDICATE. mind . detefter. do to power when qualification. ABEYANCE. a. part. . away ab'-la-tiv. or ABJECT.B A To H A To give v. f. deteftation. To ABHOR. to right ABERRATION. ab-jek'-ted-nsfs. it aft number. The f. encouragement. To not ab-dom'-ml-nal ml-nal. v. or or riches. part. or a power fufficient.v. the feveral members. confideration of the law. f. a-bet'-ment. f. caufes a. one draw back mufcles.v. ab-hor'-rur. by abjuring. ABIDE. or . He a-bet'-tur. ABDUCENT. f. ab-er'-ranfe. ABETTOR.f.ib-du'-lcnt. 6 of the methods of openingthe groundabout pradtice The f. a. f. ABDUCE. ftrength great any other power of mind. ABLATION. The adi v. that abets. . ")a. In an ad. a. a. ab-jore. bear -or dwell in quencesofa thing. a. ab'-*ly-kate. That called the lower A venter or monly cavitycombelly. ab-jck't. To ABJECT. v.

ABORTMENT. about.force. gions Over-head. flitious charm ear- country.ad. ABRASION. Cited ABOVE-CITED. birth.A ABO a. That be abolilhed. a. of fomethingfuture. ab-6-ndzh'-y-nez. To timely un- the due fight. continuation in a a-bol-lift. a-buv'-s!'-ted. employedupon. in the reABOVE. Strong ABLE-BODIED. f. beyond. f. of of That forth has which of To deny. To a to thing. not man in the grave.too high for. to ABOMiNABLENESS. ABLEGATE. . put fore Broughtforth bebrings nothing. A fuper- againft agues. brought as. liflies. ABTy'EGATE. perfon. to a is alive.In the Rrft place. deteft. To about tred. fecret A thing an of heaven. detefration. To produceof before the due time. a-bo'rd. odioufly. to come or point .prep.more or than . power excellence . fulncfs. vigour.v. the power the untimely. a-bol'-lifh-fnur. the in to the oppofition longeft nearly . afl of To near encircling. appendantto the perfon. a-buv'. db-6rt'-ment. ABORTIVELY. ABLUTION. ABRACADABRA. the ABOUT. f Denial. The The untimelybirth. cleaning.. ABNEGATION. a-bou'nd.v. ABOARD. a-bom'-my-nAtc. ABOMLJABLE. a-buv-a'll. i-bom'-my-nablc-nefs. to go about come f. f. ABOUND. untimely. a-bO-llib'-fliun. ible-bod'-dyd. prep. in a-bou't. ABOLISHABLE. a. refidence . ab-ne-ga'-lhin. v. act The cleanfing. a. Habitation. Moft a-bom'-my-nab-ly. a-bol'-lllh-able.^ -bori In open fight y ABOVE-BOARD. ad. a-bode-ment. ab-6r -tlv-nefs. Higherin place. ABOLISHMENT. a-bo'de. ABOLISH. The lieftinhabitants of ABORTION. v. ABLUENT. Circularly. ab-6r'-u'v.dwelling. relating to. An exa-buv'-ground. ib-lu'-fhun. too proudfor. to purpofes . He that abo- a-buv'-men-fhund. relating as cloaths. ful. To rub cfF. a-buv without artificeor trick. place. a.f. v. to be in greatplenty. ab'-ne-gate. f. a-biv'. abroad. in circuit. The ABOLITION. ABOVE-MENTIONED. a. fhort ftraight to to bringto bringabout. renunciation. -fiiun.ad. a.. have foine certain ftate hate utterly. Born ab-6r'tiv-Iy. To foine employment. way . deteflablc. end an to to. abroad upon R ing of To forth B ABRADE. v. To ABOMINATE. ABODE. which ad. ABOVE ALL. The abolifliing. n. ftrnd a'ble-nefs. may a. a to to. that fignify. f. ABOVE. f. f. f. body. higher in rank. ab'-Ie-gSte. ABOxMINABLY. f. Stay. odioufnefs. That ABORTIVE. wear ab-ra-ka-da-bra. ufed preffion before. ab-ra'de. great plenty a-bou't. time. abolifliing. to wl"ich is born ftateof abortion. broughtforth out of time . way. To annul . to. a-bom'-my-nable. ABORIGINES. an the due tisne of birth .as his with regard concerning. engagedin. ABOLISHER. that which ABLENESS. Want ab'-lii-ent. ABOUT. qualityof being abominable . a fervant. "c. Round. d -blep-fy. The a^ of bringab-or'-fhun. anticipation act of out with- chief! ABODEMENT. f. abhor.. ing fend- A Abilityof body. ABLEPSY. furrounding. ab-lC-ga ABLEGATION. he has the point or ftate dcfired. Hatea. To n. a-bcl'-llfh-mcnt. The ABORTIVENESS. prepare to do it. Haa-bom-my-na'-fhun. f. f. hatc- hatefully. placeof ab-or'-tl''. . In a ftiip. f. ad.to away from thx other parts. immaturcly. ABORTIVE. See ABOVE-CITED. f. defiroy. . ABOMINATION. ABOVE-GROUND.

a.v. abfcnt in Abfurd. A medicine Swallowed up. Not prefent.-g. inattention.oppofed to prefence . To A Iriflimenliving.abftinent. To a-b^rell'. from. ABROGATION. The cona-brldj'e-ment. to hide one's ftIf. a ab-rup't. ABRIDGER. without the ac'i law. that fucks up humours. He that abridga-brld'-jir. compafs .a writer of compendiums To acquit of or diminution in in Out a . es. ab-f6-]i5'-{hun.The ab-ft^'-myuf-nefs. ab-fl'r-btnt. unconditional. away fmall a a-bro'tfh. Complete.ui. v. To ABSIST. fenfe judicial a fin remitted. ABSENCE.Temper. ad. a. That a. a-bra d.to with wormwood. a-bndj'e. or ab'-fo-lilte. v. a. To forbear. ab-fa'rpt. deprive to to ABSENTEE. ab'-fo-nant.ib ADSORBENT. ABSTEMIOUSLY. promife. Complete-fd-l-ite-ly. .a.to abfolute an take f. v. the due forms promife. f. Haftily. well as in within. fhortener. deny one's felf any ABSTEMIOUS. to off. To a.i'-niun. ab -fefs. ABRIDGED a regardto To a. ABRIDGMENT. cut a-brld'-jcd. to contraft. a. inattentive. manner. . of fv/allowing up. OF. a. fw. ABSCOND. ab ABSCESS. abft^'-myuf-ly. ab'-f6-nus. fubftance fame S B ab-fent'. Violent ab-rup'-fhun. per- abfolves. ABSOLUTION. To halle. abrupt ABRUPTNESS. not limited. general. of . a B n. ^b-ffi'n. ComABSOLUTENESS. f. leave off".to annul. f. the repealof abrogating. ABROACH. ABREAST. a. out of their pregnated Imab-sIn'-tSya-ttd. ABSCISSION. Side by fide. ABSORPT. fet nounce pro- ecclefiaftical the without condition . A morbid ca\ v. ABSOLUTORY. a To withdraw. f. '-fo-ld-tir'-ry. which ad. To a. ABRUPTLY. The ABRASION. off. pletenefs . ABSOLVE. ad. country. p. ABSONANT. The off. emptorily. a.to fenfe. without foberly. An into come with to . f. and fpace. p. f. ab-ro-gate. fober. v. To makefhorter fhort . pofitively.a. ad. The ab-re. mind. body. another conntry from ftand off. fins. The act ab-fa'rp-fh.ite. Hate of a ABROAD. f. ab-fen-te'. Deprivedof. Temperately. p.applied the remiffion of f. The hcedabfcnt. prefent object. To ABSCIND.to gratification. f. of Icffnefs. of. out. ABSINTHIATED. To ab-sis'-fliiin.A ad of rubbing. of penance. of prefence. abridgments. ABSONOUS. tives.f. tradlion of db-slft'. the rtateof beingcut ab-(kond'. ABSTEMIOUSNESS. Acquittal. into in crime a {res from work larger a ab-z6lv'. f. of beingabftemious. to repeal. ad. To ab-fc6n'-dur. quality ABSTEN- . v. reftriiSlion. prepara- ABRUPTION.illow up. neglect ABSENT. ABRUPT.or limits . ab-sind'. v. without ab-rup't-ly. as. in ABSOLUTE. or cuftomary craggy proper fud- . ityin the cut abfolute power. as things perfons . ad of ting cut- To ABSCONDER. ABRIDGE. of the houfe To a.as. Broken. fuck up.to diminifli. Contrary ABSORB. The perfon ftate of being ab'-fenfe. engagement ABSOLUTELY. f. that abfconds.'n. ab'-fo-lilte-nsfs. ly. den. contrary ab-farb. clear. f.v. forbear rubbingofF. to to from dependance. toreafon. keepingftillthe in words. without. an a In a pofture to run beingdifFufed or propagated. ad.f.or reafon. as. ab-fte'-myus. the ab'-fint. indulgence. ABSTAIN. To A S ab-ra'-zhun. freedom defpotifm. law in force. debarred word fed commonly u To f. abfoluto to without fudden feparation.fuddcnnefs. ABSENT. not relative. preparation. ABSORPTION. An ab-riip't-nefs. not ABROGATE.

by wiping. to unjuftcenfure. ed Separat- of mind. ad. great depth. ftinence. plainly. ABSTRUSITY.or borders upon another. that which ad. illufe an treat rudenefs. ACADEMICAL.rude reproach. reproachfully.A B A S ab-ftin'-fhin. not with The ill ufe of any thing. a. Clcanfing. a enough.more greatquantity . wafte. To TheaAof holdingoff. ab'f-ty-nent.f. Inconfiftcnt. of . f. a-bu'-zur. ab-ft^rje. cleanfe. difficult. a. Forbearance ab'f-ty-nenfe. The of abftrafting. to to ABUSE. ty. v. fafting. deceitful. to a. ak-ka-dem'-my-kil. ABSTRUSELY. of culty. impofeupon fufficiently. To a. f. ABSTERGE. of quality a ABSURDITY. exuberance. he that reproaches with ad.. more amply. The quality ab-fur'-dy-ty. or obvioufly. a-bu'-siv-ly. end C an univerfity. a monly com- fo called here. He that makes an ill ABUSER. ab-furd'-ncfs. ABUT. ab-ftro'fe-nefs. f. abufe. ABUNDANT.f. f. numbers abftcrgingcleanfing. ABSUME. Improperly. That which abuts. to meet. feparate fimply. ABSTRACT. unab-furd'-ly. to ab'f-trakt. ABSTRUSE. to quality impropriety. With ab-ftrak'-ted-ly. a-blfs'. Abftrufencfs. ACADEMICK. hsving cleanfing ab-fter'fe. f. drug. C ACADE- . a-bun'-dant. ak-ka-de'-myal. great . forbearance of or thing. of uberant ex- ad. cefTary reduce f. A ftudent univerfity. conceptionor apprehenfion. ABUSIVE. ABSTERTION. ABSTENTION. A depthwithout bottom ABYSS. a-bun'-danfe. to a. with relation to an . a-but'. from abftraclion. Separatedfrom ufed elfe. by a To aft beingabftradted. obfolete. a tree . feducement.generally fometliing mental perceptions. liberally. or ABSTINENCE. power or quality ad. taining a. n. he that deceives . epitome. a. aa of The ab-fter'-sK-. ABSTRACTION.a. To upon . has the reafon. by ABSURD. injudicioufnefs.a.abftrufe. ak-ku-dem'-m!k. pradlice. from to an academy. rudenefs. refined. -Obfcurely. corrupt a pal princi- parts. f. circumftances. longing Bea. to ab-ftrak'-fliun. than To a. v. the ftateof abftracling . ABUNDANTLY. than . one an ab-furd'. ab-ftrak't-ly. f. ABSURDLY. that which is abfurd. fullyftored. Relating Hidden. f. . conPracTrifrng abufe. remote deceive. ABSTRACT. v.f. a. ABSTINENT. ABUSE.a. quality. ab-ftro'-fy-ty.v. ne- That a. ab-ftrak'-tlv. approachto. Improperly. ABUNDANCE. of any To reafonably. ab-ftro'fe-ly. ab-fter'-fliun. ABSTERSE. In ABSTRACTLY. The beingabfurd food. ABSTRACTEDLY. a-bu'ze. ABSTRUSENESS. v. of an fcholar academyor univerfity. Havingthe an ab- wrong border ufe. ABSTRACTIVE.a gulph. ad. ABUSIVELY. ABSTERGENT. In plena-bim'-dant-ly. cleanfing. ufes ab- ab-ftrak't. Plenty. bad cuftom. an ABSTRACT. ab-{lr6'fe. to obfcurity. of ABSTERSIVE. gradual of a To A ab-fii'me. ab-fter'-jent. A ak-ka-dc'-myln. f. To a. ACADEMIAL. ABSTRACTED. purify.v. ab'f-trakt. f. a-ka'-fha. That a. a. A fmaller quantity. of the virtue or power containing epitomemade by takingout a the ab-ftrak'-ted. f. To Plentiful . f. take ideas feparate to . a-but'-ment. ufe . ftraftmanner. A ACACIA. or end at. ABUTMENT. contrary ABSURDNESS. ACADEMIAN. Diffi- an is abftrufe. To To ck-anle. p. j . abfent er great- all contingent a-bu'-s!v. To bringto beingabfurd . f. thingfrom another . make a-bu'fe.

that which happens the un- forefcen . a. Grateful. to come completenumber n. a-kat4-lek'-tlk. pleafure. Joinedto. which whether ACCEPTER.T "Jf. the received meaning. An of beingacceptable. the returns or creafe.enlargement. a. ACADEMY. or. to receive kindly. an G a. or deracy. or J. rudiments the firlt containing accents. academy. acl of of ACCESSORY."^ V. ACCESSARINESS. To kindle. The be which approached. with approbation. acceflion to a by to. . member of r a-cad ACADEMIST \ The -de-mift.f. a. as. the ftateof the body To To goodor f. f.nk-ftpt'. ACCESSORILY. ak-fes'-fhun. In the of the voice.in contradiftinflion to the univerfitiesor publick for the fchools. ak-fel-]e-r4'-fhun.ber f. a- increafe it . The ACANTHUS. ACCESSIBLE. adl of quickening motion . quality ACCI- .J uniting men. word a ACCESS. fomethingadded of fpeak- manner ak-fes'-slble. v. the helpingforward. cafualty. or writing. ACCENT. To v. The ak'-fy-denfe. ftateof be f. Joinedto thing. ACCESSARY. or liberty^ of approaching ineither to things or men. To ACCEPT. ak-lc-p-ta'-fliun. accelerated. That a. The ACCEPTABILITY. the ftate of The ad of beingkindled. of being nonciTealiai. A property f. and of the eightparts of the properties explaining fpeech. In ak'-fep-ta-bly. f.C A ak-ka-dl-mlfh'-an. beingacceffary. f. fions or fentiments. of ai tak"-a-dem'-mlfl:. f. . f. nother a. ditional. ACCEPTION. ACCIDENT. fenfe of a-kan'-tSus.a placeof education. to take with littlebook of grammar. To ak-fen-tu-a'-fhun. To ACCENT. may propertyor be fcparated in grammar. may ACCENSION. ACCEPTABLENESS. dification . ACCEPTABLY. The ak-fep'-tiir. f. to C an f. ak'-fef-fur-ry. or To a. ak'-fefs. contributes to a it. afTembly fc of f.v. pleafmg. on bad accepts. being. qualityof any from v. f. The ACCELERATION. fitsof a diftemper. Relating ACCEPTABLE. ReceptiACCEPTATION. ACADEMICK. To ACCEND. acceptable.which it. as. dk-fy-den't. f. . "mift. of A verfe fyllables. property of a word . make quick. placethe accents properly. or kindling. ak'-fep-table. herb bears- foot. meaningof word. quality ad. a C A ak-ka-dem'-mlk. ACCEDE. ACCIDENCE. the adt of Increafe coming joiningone's fclf to. ak-fel'-le-rate. ACCELERATE. It. a. To has the ak-fe'de. The ACADEMICIAN. particular regard to rulesj to write or the note ak-fen'-tu-ate. the placewhere promotion fciences are taught. ak'-fef-far-ry. ak-fend'. a. ak -a-dem'-my. the chief agent in ing be- crime. an acceffory. f. Reception ACCEPTANCE.U. v. ak'-fep-table-nlfs. a .at leaft in thought. ACCIDENTAL. the king's . f. The ak'-fy-dent. confe- made upon lables the aft of arriving ing or pronouncing at. perfonthat thing may ACATALECTIC. fociety on. a. {a-kad'-de-my. the marks fyltheii" pronunciation to regulate acceflion to the throne.to quickenmotion. memmem i. The ak"-fa-far'-ry-nefs. Hethatnot ak'-fef-far-ry. f. ak-fep'-tanfe.expreffive of the pafak"-fef-fur'-ry-ly. chance. The ak-fep'-fliun. the means. of fome art .to fet fire. The way by which any approached . dk'-fent. be added to. J academy. ad- ACCESSARY.The oi. ACCENTUATE. to. addition. additional. ak-fep-ta-bll'-ll-ty. ACCESSION. a moad. to fpeakwords with marks grammatical the To manner ak-fent'. f. univerfity. pronounce.fb as to f. placingthe accent in pronunciation. The ACCENTUATION.to haften. v. ak-fen'-fhun. ceptable ac- manner.

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fenfe. f. Drefs.v.f. fharpnefs a-fer'-vatc. Exaflnefs.according To crime . cenfure. ak'-ku-rat-ly. term accufation. ACCURSED. ak-kr^'-t!v. im- or aa another.to Done accumulates He that bringsa a. courtfhip. deteftaWe.f. ACCUMULATION. f.f.A hold think.with- anfwer hold in efteem. a. which one.f. ak-kur'-fed. Account- ACCOUNTANT. ak-kre'-fhun. f. pro- tient of leaning at pofture ak-kim'b. ACCOUNTANT. ACCUSER. ACCUBATION. tafte. drefs.as profits. ufe. growing to another. t" blameabJe. to make account reckon. nicety. a. f. ak-kd-ba'-flnm. ACCUSTOMARILY. to ak-ku'-zable. which dice .that by growth is added. a To n. ACCUSTOMARY. the or ak-ku'-zur. frequent. to blame ACCUSTOMABLY. ToACCURSE. f.a. To pileup. a accumulates. to together.f. ftate of being Ak-kd'-m. ak-kis'-tum-mable. cuftom. containing link ad. up. an to account. the chargebrought againft any ACCUSATORY. the fourth cafe of grammar. ACCROACH.f. culpable.who for. ACCERVA- . ornaments.as failure. ACCRUE. puter. ak-ku-mu-li'-fliun. a (killedor man employedin A . a draw hook. v. entertain To a.to may defecSt or jA muft anfwer required. nefs. refponfible to . a fmall ACERBITY. To doomed or ACCUSABLE.v. a. is curfed join. A a-(tr-by-ty. Exacl- mifery. to .v. doom hateful. ACCUPLE. tom.infe. C He heapertogether. ik-ko'-tur-meat. with To To a. Of(|iomACCURATELY. Thean- a containeth ak-ku'ze. That a. or courtefy. out or ignorance pofedto negligence . aflignthe ACCURATE. to To a. chargeagainft To added. To v.v. a. a.v. In ad. accumu- ak-kus'-tum-med.fo to To one to aA To be in . ACCUSTOM. To ha* habit. as or produceth ACCUSE. fual. Ak-koun'-tant. ak-kur'fe. be cenfured may ak-ko'rt.nicety. ak-kount'-b(ik. that chargewith habit. ACCUSTOMED. execrable. To v. equip. ACCUMULATIVE. f. a. ak-kro'tfh.]-la-tiv. ACCUSTOMANCEjak-kus'-tum-m. to act of bituate. The ACCUSATIVE. equipage. cuftomar)- a Ua. Exactly. To ak'-ku-rat-nefs. ACCOUTRE.trappings. Accordingto heap together. added as The That accufmg.a. accounts. heap or lated. A noun. ACCURATENESS. ACCOUTREMENT. To To ACERVATE. ak-kus'-tum-ma-ry. To ak'-kil-rat. to or advantage an commercial accede to. ACCOUNTABLE. without ak-koun'-tant. exadl. . cuftom. of increafe it. able a. to . a. v. errour.v. to for ACE C in opinion. a. or ad. Exa"ft.praftifed. gathereror of enure. be ak'-ku-ra-f\'. ACCUMB'. An unit. as ak-ku'-za-tiv. to the antient tabic. com- accounts. by longcuftom accumulated. op- nicely. A book ACCOUNT-BOOK. that ik-ku'-mu-ia-tur. ACCUMULATE. part. for. ACCUSATION. a ak-krd'. fe. an ak-kus'-tum. be be duced. with which Growing. ak-kiis'-tum-mib-ly. lie at the manner. dk-koun'-tabl. the up practices . a cording Ac- ufual.f. To a. give an to compute. ak-kip'le. ACCUMULATOR. applied to men. ak-kd'-tur. ak-kd'-mu-l^te.to arife. which That a. v.to to caufes . which That ak-kd-za'-fliun. accumulating . mifery. The To a.a. rough four of temper. ACCOURT. to ACCURACY.a fingle point on cards quantity. to reckoning. ak-kus'-tum-ma-ry-l manner. of to ACCRETION.fCuf- meals. provementACCUSTOMABLE. To a. ACCRETIVE. ak-ku'-za-tur-ry. which is ACE.

a-kous'-t!ks. fruitborne . familiarity-. ak-kwit'-tal. act of acquiring. ACQUIESCE. ACHIEVER. at-t(lie V. To an oftence.^. i-fe'-fcnt. that ak-nol'-l^dzh. ACKNOWLEDGMENT. impregnated To a-sld'-du-late. of Conceflion of a the truth of any fault. ak-kwa'nt. or knowledge.f. the man to fet free. a flight the initial knowledge.particip. ACQUAINT. gain. a'ke.. Sour.A AGO a-fcr-v. ufed efpecially diftemper..rocure an ak-kv.acquirement. Acquifition . Grateful. ACERVATION. f.v.well n-ted. To ACQUIRE. To ak'-me. clear from f. heightof a a-kil'-ld-ttrlft. qualityof ACIDNESS.i'-fhun.-fc-tos'-fy-ty. a-s!d'-d!-tv. beingacid. f. ak'kwit'. to own any thing in a particular charadler . familiar knowledge. a. f. f. his himfelf well. To ACHIEVE. a. ACIDITY. ak-kwi'-red. to inform. n-tanfe. ACETOSE. ment. thingcaincd. to acquit. that performs he endeavours. One ak'-kS-nite. ak-kwiz'-zl-tlv. of fpecies A the one's labour with fharpparticles. of herb or to . as. C bane.-'it'-tanfe. flight a fault . ACONITE. tendencyto founicfs 2-fe-t6 fe. wolfs- from general. confeflion reft An benefit. The flatcof r. or beingacquitted. The as-bid-nefs. or ACQUIESCENCE. f. f. Alc-kv/it'-ment. by one's felf. f. ACQUIREMENT. f.f. to own. church. ACQUISITIVE. f. f. D ACQLIT- . ACESCENT. to whom of tiie intimacy pain. content. be in v. That which To has lliat which a. To a. To ). ACQUTST. Sour. medicines to theory or a Q_ ACOUSTICKS. ACKNOWLEDGING. a-sid'-du-la. fricndfliip. what ACID. ak-kvveft'. v. Is a deliverance ACQUITTAL.confeflion of pofition .v. a'ke.poifonin oak. to confefs.npin- together. obligation . or Thedodrine of founds . To own the knowledge of. a. perform. f. attainment. ACIDUL. The ACQUITMENT. acids in tingewith a To An de-iree. Acquirement. In poetical language. ACQUAINTED. benefit a received. f. ACQUIRER. ak-kwire. That v/hich is acquired. the thinggained. ik-kwy-z!fh'-fhun. ACME. ACIDULATE. v. That a. The of the a chargeof any a. ACKNOWLEDGE. abfolve hath The feed quitted ac- ftate act of acquitting. ak-kw:'-rur. v. ak-nol'-ledzh-mcnt. v. ACHE. to duty. . ACQUIT.f. the an To cfcutcheon. To a. the fatisfied. acquittance. in it acids. Medicinal fprings ACQUIRED. fhort of friendfhip . fubmilTion. A fiak-kwy-efs'-cnfe. f. a. f. which is acquired. he difcharged loweft order in the Romifh ACORN. f. ak-nol'-le-jlng. . Sharpnefs. f. make known. a To n. enfigns a acquainted. The ak-kwa ACQUAINTANCE. n. acquires. An ACHOR. more The to heightof any denote the gainby pov/er. Gained a. attainak-kwift'. Il. a. ACQUIRABLE. fharp. ACOLOTHIST. fatisfaftion. by the or v. fournef^. a The perfon g-ainer. perfonwith pain. hear- familiar with . helpthe has acidity. or perfon as. ACQUISITION. f. refl:. ACETOUS. finiOi. ak-kwy-cfs'. a-fe'-tus. or armorial. f. remain lent appearance herpes. The action . The f. ftate of being acquainted with. continued A To n. ak-kw!'-rable. To Tamil iar. Attainable. ak -korn. n. ak-kwlre-ment. f. a. ing. in. An ACHIEVEMENT. ACQUITTANCE. as'-sid-. beingacetofe.without are we ak-kwa ACQUEST. To guilt. He performanceof at-tflii^'v-muu. of content a. clear from thing. v. -kor. To ACHE. ACETOSITY. To at-tfhe'-vur.

as character. from difcharging of of receipt ingthe a'-kur. To perform a lityof done. . an dif.oppofedto to debt. of the name ACT. AHiarppoint. in beingtaken. four in breadth.and terminates in a few days. to.a. plays f. To a. ACTUARY. ACROAMATICAL. That which a. Sharpnefs. ak'-ku-ate.oppofsdto blunt . officer who To The qua^ compilesthe or regifter of minutes the ceedings pro- ACTUATE. fpeedycrifis force of intellects j violence and of an iharply. . To ACUATE. A flioot ak'-kr6-fpire. oppofed to ftupid . ACTUALNESS. Something whether good or ftate ad.n. ak'-kro-fpi-red. a. laid Athwart. akt'. of found. of. done. He that adts. f. malady. ACRIMONIOUS. to deep learning. ACTIVE. the feriesof increafed with difcafe which attended in is an events a fable. borrowed to produceefFefts ftage-player. reprefcnted gefticulation.fharp-pointcd. ACRITUDE. ACRID.-. not in fpecumerelypotential . The ak-tu-al'-ly-ty. corrofivenefs. ad.a. ACTOR. fomethingfo To to as a-krofs'-tlk.that -lyate. Iharpen. or ni'nner. put into adtion. thing. a term in law. ACQUITTANCE. ak'-tu-al-nefs. f. She lation.hlch punifhable. in . nimbly. is written. ak'-kr!d. ACTRESS. ak'-tlv-ly.ad. -fhun-ta'-k!ng.ik'-tu-al. a-ku'-men. a. The ak-kw!t'-tAnfe. fea. In act. To a. a-ku ACULEATE. ACRE. . ak-kry-mo-nyus. f. fproutfrom that ftage-player.f. nimblencf.oppofcd After a-ku'te-nefs. I teach. land containing of quantity C paffive . a. An that ACTUALITY. v. ACT. any feverity.f. nimble. The ik-tiv'-vl-ty. admits an ak -lh6-nab!e. ak'-t!v. that which raifes or fnarpens the adion duringwhich decree of ACTIONABLE. ak a. agile. The ftate ACTION.nottoreft. a. f. any the accordance of the motions of the body with of blood. a. heat biting the on acrid tafte.a. ACUMINATED. in fome over crofs it. ACTUAL.an part of a ploit. in act. qualityof beingadtive. a a zA writingteftify- a idle and lengthfortyperches. ACR03PIRE. yards. That a("lionin law. ACTIVELY. ak'-t!v-nefs. v. temper. a ak'-fiiun. reft . Bufily. of afting. ACTION-TAKING. Litigious. part. akt'. ak'-tiir. Sharp. eighthundred action. ak'-kry-mun-ny. operation ingenious. bufy.as. proceedswithout inquicknefs a-kil part. f. perfonor thingon that beingadtual. a f.ale. Of hot a bitingtafte. which To woman a ACTUALLY. Reallyin r. fortyfquare U quick. ACROSTICK. a a deed. qualityor Endingin a point.or performs a charadter. ACRIMONY.a. ing Hav- a. f. parliament. -my-n'i-tcd. paffive fubjedt. figuratively ACUMEN. ACTIVITY. and ACTIVENESS. The ak'-tu-ar-r)'. f. A four thoufand or A terruption of intelledts. corrofive. 9 that which has the power acls. ACUTELY. An ak-kro-a-mat'-tl-kal.engagedin action. a deed . a on of the court. fharpnefs ADACTED. In efak'-tu-al-ly. ACROSPIRED. pertaining f.oppofite act or thing ACUTE. fprouts. in debt . ak -td-ate. velocity the the words fpoken.f. TobeinaiStion. or a-krofs'. a pertbnates performs any ftage. ACT. ad. ak'-trefs. acute accent. ACUTENESS. Of Quicknefsj f.ACT f. which terminates in a fharppoint.a. palate.v. a acute Sharpnef. of fharpnefs ak'-kry-tude. a-kd'te-ly. not purely or the end of feeds. really. Sharp. the firftletterof every line makes up the which the poem of A poem akt'. fedentary that which is verb adlive a fignifies or grammar. v. f.v. the beingadtual. a-ku'te. Prickly. ex- play. f.adting quality . agency. ACROSS. he thing. ill. acute .

a A uied term mufi- addingone hardnefs penetrable of im- flone of A diamond the . An force. Equal to.f. part. a v. cians. kind A -fur. the i ate of beingdevoted. f. An ther. treatifeof the " herb-. ad-a-man-te'-an. ADEMPTION. The The a. f.the thingadded. thofe to reptile ADDER'S-GRASS. . Adad"-dy-ta-ment'. fit. ad'-durz-grafs.L ADDER'S-WORT. as. To ren a. To two into load- the . fonous A ferpent.a. glands. ADAMANT. V- To a. was a. ad'-d-mant. ADEQUATENESS. ADDIBILITY. f.ADD A aJ-k'-tcd. flone. D re. f. of adamant.f. ADDICT. A '-d. ADDICTEDNESS. proportion. To ad-des'-fy-mite. a. ADD- which adding. ad'-e-qwate. havingthe qualities and ADAPT. ADAMANTINE. ADEPT. brains that to enter as. ad-durz-timg. ad-ap'-fhun. AD HE- . fum adamant . applied to Originally ftich as produce nothing.a poi- f. A plant. ADAMANTEAN. ADDRESS. ad'-e-kwat-ly. f. proverb. vice. ad-drefs'.a.to mark a maxim. ADACTED. cf fit- take or that ADDEEM. ad'-dy-tur-ry. 1-p. a efleem. n. adhering. proportion. terity dexflcill. direfting body. ADDIBLE. of To or ad-he'-renfe.f. *f. The f. . The exaflnefs beingadequate. A ad-de-ncg'-grd-fy.d.fixcdnefs of i^ir. ting. The ad-dls. e^gs. TONGUE. An herb. ad part of a-dapt. To man ADDUCENT. . ad-ap-fa-fliin. to "( ADDER'S To ipcr. of or ADDITIONAL. ADDLE. it is commonly taken he addicted mufcles ADEC^UATELY. a a. He that is Privation. has the power of Made acl of total. f. hardnefs. devote. completely art. ADDER. himfelf a. reduction of like kind. courtfliip . a letter. v. ther ano- Verbal application to ad-du'-fcnt.f. ADAM'S-APPLE. of ad-drts parts of the ad'-dur.as. To a. . a-dep t. to of To in ax. f. f. ad'-dy-b!l' ly-ry. f. ADAPTATION.to fuit. that ad-dalfe. a. transferred minent pro- the throat. ADDITION. PolTible to beadded. To together That a. ftateof portionate. of ADDLE-PATED.ad-dible. before. brains.thence fignifying ADDRESS. ion. To a. Hate of v. one's prepare applyto to .f. felf art another. or ADDITORY. ad-d. ADHERE. one That . f. a.it-nefs.lmz-ap'le. fenfc.i-ted. a-demp'-fhun. ed. Driven by ad -aje. ad'-e-kw. ad-dikt . ad-a-man'-tln. account. v. v. dition.to To The f.tenacity.fh'-{h6-n. ToADDEClMATE. To to joinfomething ad by words. aJ-de'm. anoaddrefling of ADDULCE. the thingto ADAPTION. ad. The the in arithmetick. (killed in all the fecrets of his To bein^jaddicted. to opinion. The quality tachment. a. party. one fitting thing to another.f. f. ADAGIO. by H ADDITAMENT. ad-d!k'-fhun. ad-he fixed to firmly ADHERENCE. pro- The remain acl of of In an with exaiSnefs of proper.to a bad dicate de- ADDICTION. devoting . ad'-durz-wurt. manner . of addrefs pleafing ADDENOGRAPHY. manner anyone. fibility ADDICE. v. ADAGE. ftick to . any action that addrefies. ad-dlfh'-fliun. ad-dlk'-ted-ncfs. a. To numbers more one which Hard adamant. thing add- is added. A a-di'-jo. fitnefs of aa to ad which . fweeten. produce nothing.i!.indiflblubility. afcertain tithes. ADEQUATE. adequatemanser.at- fteadijicfs. Having bar- ad-drcfs upon ADDRESSER. perfon A draw word plied ap- the together v. ad 1.addition is the flow time. as thing to another. a. pof- of beingadded. f.

added to of feparation of ing be- good. the act of f. to pradice of meafuringaccording rule. tion. To f Help. going decree. f.a. v.by dillribiiling and punifhmejit. To be contiguous v. ad'-jo-ment. ADHIBIT. as. ADIEU. further. finiply. that which ad-jea'. ad-joi'n. ADIAPIIORY. ADJUSTMENT. ADJUVANT. To He ad-he'-zhun. bad. To To an to Farewel. to judge. naming the time. ad-jo'-tilr. f. f. Somethingadherent ad to to To -jo-gate. v. ufe. ADMEN- . ADIAPHOROUS. ADJECT. That whxh helps. being put ADJUTANT. -jo-tur-ry. Sticking. ADHERER. Neutral. After ADJECTIVELY. to fomething. a. To help. a. with A I D fame ad-he'-rent.or quality. To join to. apply. to ad-jo'r. unite to.prefcribing order. put ADIPOUS. ioined. a. ADHERENT. Neutrality. f.ufeful. f. to.to concur. a ad of fomething.f. overfeeing pay. to to petty officer. adjoining . ad-h^'-rent. f. ADJUDICATION. ilate ufe of. put a. lies a-dI-af'f"Vriis. a. ad is joined. a. addition or circumftancc. ADJACENT. ad-joi'n.bor- adjudge. of act or make tenacious. f. the manner of manner To ADJOIN. acl of aft of ad-he'-slv. ad-juft'. v. ad. ad'-j6-vant. ADJUST. The day. . put afl To of or thing adjected. f. To off to v. a. joinsj adjective. f. ad-jo-dy-kate. the another. -junkt. of oatht impofe vn make to form. to To to. v. to C. ad-jur'n. to that adhere^. The ad-jo-dy-ki'-fhun. v. give the f. Immediately -junkt. The ad-junk'-fliun. Helpful. to fan. ADRERENCY. ad'-it.a A under ground. ADHERENT. Stickingto.or yoke another. v. ad-hc'-ren-f^-. To that major. paffage A ad-Iih-fliun.a. the ftateof in method. The ad-jd'-fen-fy. ad-judzh'. thingadjoined. an adding. That ad-ja'-fcnt. parti ad-he'-rur. flicking ADHESIVE. upon next grantingfomethingto a litigant. ad'-dy-pus. a. ad f. ad'-jek-tiv-ly. To A word ad'-jek-t!v. Addad-jek-tlfli'-fhus. ed. to ting put- Fat. ADJOURN. another.. conformable. ADJUMENT. dering a. ADJECTITIOUS. ad. a. Regula- puttingin method .v. duty is ADJUTOR. The ad-jek'-fhun. f. To to regulate. To united with. whofe . united or another. a-dii'. propofed V. . to fentence to a punifhment.A The f. To help. which ADJUNCT. ADJUDGE. The thing controverted to one of the parties. the form To a. ADMEASUREMENT. ADJOIN. v. difference. ad-jo't. n. feme the fignify to noun. ad a.propofing ina-di-af'-f6-ry. ADJUNCTIVE. The acl of ftd-jo-ra'-fliun. another. to. f. The ADHESION. ToADJUVATE. a. He ad-junk'-tiv. To ADJUGATE. cation. adjeding. ADIT. Ad-jurn'-mcnt. f. ADJUNCTION. the to. To a. A ad'-jo-tant.to follower. ADJACENCY. ADJURATION. Appliad-hy-blfli'-fnun. A helper. ADJECTION. put in thrown the oath ADJURE. To a. To add to. oath upon added. ADJECTIVE. another v. ADJUTE. ADJUNCT. in.f. To ftate of ad-jafent. M D a.f. ad'-jo-vute. ADJUDICATE. A ADJOURNMENT.ct or ad-mez'-zhur-mcnt. f. adherence. ADITION. lyingclofe ADJACENT. off tillanother f. another thing. ADJUTORY. Lying clofe. ADHIBITION. the affift another day. f.a. ad-juft'-ment. ad-h!b'-b!t.

he ADMINISTRATRIX. admonilhcs. ADMINISTRATION. . to or adminiftering conducing any employment . man that condu(Sts the government. To his part.v. ADMIRALTY. ad-my'-nlk'-ii-lar. ADMONITORY. ADMIXTION.An has the chief officer of the government commander of a or ADMiRALSHIP.the argument adminifters. a. f. another. That a . tur-fnip. To a. v. a. goodsof his That general. fice of- oinccis. mam. ADMITTABLE. the power . dying inteftate. that puts anotbsr rable admi- v. j adlive thofe . fhipwhich upon office . give. a to To be of .permiffion cuftom of right entering.v. . ADMINISTER. f. adminifters ADMINISTRATORSHIP. ADMIXTURE. To wonder.Theac^of 7 of ad"'-ray-rable-nefs'. ad. Withad- the ft. To a. the allowance of lick affairs is committed. ad-mo-nifh'-im-ur. who admitting . To the fame to . ADMIRAL. ad-move. The ADMONITION. thingto admiringor The gently. one a f.infe. ad-m!n-n!f-tri'-tir. body with another.to ^ ^" ADMONISHER. wondLi:u. ABILITY. a. a. duty. ad'-my-rab-ly. the The f. adminiftrator. To a.id-mon'-nifn-ur. dd-mln-nif-tra'-fhun. affairs.f. ad- excite wonder.to fupply . id f.gentlereproof.f. naval enter allow ad-mlt'-t. f. notice of faults generaladvifer. f. of admiral. ADMIRABLE. that giftrate ad-mlks'. v. regardswith admiration ADxMISSIBLE. the carries the admiral. f. regardwith love.\d-mur-ma-ra'-fhun. der.id'-my-ral. or ftateof beingadmirable. which ad-mis'-slble. or pofition . to pub- ad-mln"-nlf-tra-t!v'. To each to adt of murmuringto another. ADMENSURATION. The aiSlof meafuring ad-mln'-nif-tur. " E ADO. to act ller or agent in any employment perform the office of fame a6l mini- office. To bringone another. an ADMITTANCE. f. To warn fon per- of his faults or \a\ mind or duiics. ad-miks'-tfhun. minglewitfi ad-mlks'-tfliur.'. ADMIRER. reprove ADMONITIONER. ad-m!t'. mingledwith To r. counfel. conceffion of or a fition.and is accountable f. f. fuiTcr to or mitted being ad- of power to admitting. ADMONISHMENT. f. tiie at'lof of The . fuffer to To a.ite of admittance. or to ad-m!t'-tibl. To f. a ad'-my-r. ad-min'-iklc. miration. duty. She which be admitted. The the enter ADMIX. rlng-ly. v. of to executive or the whom may of a. ADMINICULAR. ad-mon'-nlfh. . for ^Id-mln-mf-tra'-tnks. Admonition. qu:dity ad. an ADMINISTRATE. mired. appointedfor the adniiniftration cf ADMIRATION. The in confequenceof will.fi. Wonad-my-ra'-fhun. a. ad-mln-n!f-tra'- office of adminiftrator. ADMONISH. ADMINICLE. ADMURMURATION.f. v. or ADMISSION. wonders.. The fault or power. The '-my-ral-fhlp'. ADMIR The he that officiates in divine rites . He that has the ad-m!s'-fhiin. f. an grant iu may enter . The as or To a. The hint ADMOVE. a charge. re. committed lover. of power navy aft argument. an fomethingclfc. allow.f.\l-ty. which unioiv ad-min'-n!fli-ment. ADMIT. ADMINISTRATIVE. ad-m! of practice part of care perfon that be admitted. regardwith ad-mi-rir. fault. as government the ad-m!n'-mf-tratc. That ad-min'-ny-tur'-ry. ad'-my-ri-bil"-]y-tjr. A ludicrous A term. The ad-mi to ADMIRINGLY. That a. The body ad-mo-nlfli'-un. ADMINISTRATOR. Help. ADMIRABLENESS. Which a. which ADMIRE. In an ADMIRABLY. adminifter. ad'-my-rable. f. f.pport. giveshelp. to or entering . po- . ma- king's fleet.to afford.ADM ADM ad-mln-fiio-ra-fliun.

to ad-van'fe.improvement. a.and fucceeded by puberty. f. ad-ftrik'-lliun. Floatingat a-droit Active. come gainedby ftratagem . f. and givesfuperiority. \ age fuca-do-les'-fen-fy. . holy ad'-vcnt. more bufinels. ADVENE. worfhip with ADORER. vanced. v.to promote. ADVANTAGED.to aggrandize. ADRY. progreffion. Worth- ADORABLY. inff . ADROITNESS. a-do-rabl. ground.. bufinefs. ihcv/ of the affairis worth.ihirfty. ftate of fear. fon. to which complete fomethingelfc. bringfor\vard. a-d6'-ribl-nefs. the Athirft. ad-vdn-tl'-juf-ly. f. a-droit -ntfs. to placeany perfonor thingin a nearer to of ad. a. ADVANCE. nal exter- worfhippcr. tov/ards ADREAD. That ADSCITITIOUS. To ADOPT^ To take a fon by v. tendencyto parifon. worthy of ADORATION. prep. To .id. he that ADORABLE. fomething. To ADORE. The come rife from lover. ADOLESCENCY. Dexterity. 1 ADOLESCENCE. To a To n. Poffeffed a. a-dow'n. ad-van'-ta-jed. choice the by ADOPTION. To to adores. to offer to the publick. i-drf. nefs. raife to . fet out any place a-dow n. adivity.ilhomage. . benefit. coming to ad-vdn'fe-ment. Ke a-dop'-ti'ir. to aA The to improve. a-do'-ra-bly. To forward f.fuad-ve'-nycnt. a f. ADVANTAGE-GROUND. make aft of be adored. The a-do-rur. ADOPTIVE.v. ufefulnefs. to a . homage paid cfteem. ADOWN. ad-vene. a. ought ADORABLENESS. accede to fuperadded. to of annoyance opportunities deck to ority Superi- ad-van'-tadzh. in or perfons highplace a-do re. ad-van'-tadzh. ADVEN- . The of cmbellifliment. V D A . which duringthe is made four weeks before Chriftmas. opportunely. aft of forward towards improvement. . to propofe. to accelerate fomethingadopted. ufeful. preponderation extern. the ad-van-t^'-jif ADVANTAGEOUSNESS.than and tumult a-d6-les -fenfe.progrefs ground. Profitablenefs. ADVANCE. f. that To a. decorations.opportune. f. adoration. meet pointto one the ftate of ADVANTAGE. ADO. ad-van'fe. a. That a. ad. ADRIFT. In To He that the or perfonwith thingwith a ornaments . the coming of the rcadincft. ad-vdn'-fur. advantages. a-dr!ft'. a-dopt'. Advening. which homage paid to the divinity . ad of The beingadopted. The fubjcAof our our Saviour devotion one of coming. f. the on Down ground. a-dop'-fhun. ADROIT.to be v. a Ornament. manner is taken ADSTRICTION. peradded. Ground f. buffle.tofonvard. a-da'rn. Profitdd-van-ta'-jus. ADORNMENT.fkiltul. ADORN. f. ADVANTAGEOUSLY. tumult. ADVENT. bring ment. f.ADR a-do'. prefer- improvement.fignifying is. to ADVANTAGE. ADVENIENT. Conveniently. randcm. one' rightsof forward anotlier . f. AD\'ANCER. To n. able. ther ano- perfeftion. ad. bindingtogether. in elfe. ADOPTER. In a or refiftance. . to make him a fon who is not fo by birth . drefs . v. ADOWN. forwarder. Trouble. f.v. a. To convenience. f. After a-dip'-ted-ly.ad. a. ad. gain. relation a. choice. f. ad-van'-tajethat . profitably. givesfome adopt- He that is adopted adoptsanother. of The f. To a. a-darn-mcnt.f. ADVANCEMENT. in forward. the ftate of by the the local fenfe ADVANCE. To ceedingchildhood. a-dcp'-tlv. ad-van'fe. inefs of divine honours.ad-fy-tIfh'-uc. ner man- a ad-d6-r4'-fliun. being adcoming forward . a-"lred'. preferment.v. this of name the feafons. ad. ADVANTAGEOUS. Down. difficulty. A promoter. fomething ADOPTEDLY. fuperiority fide of the comon one profit .

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fcorched fire.in whatever controvertiftor vindicator. that commits perfon of an woman adultery. The ADULTERER.n. f. The a-dul'-te-ry.f. guiltyof adultery. hookcdnefs. the air. -ki-lhun. The or commit To another. The ADUSTION. To a.apology. admixture. givinga flight reprefent. The obfervftate ADUNA. Vindication. f. to fomething. adultery. ADULTERATENESS. That which ADUMBRANT. fome ad-vow'.ttcier. The ac^ to fomething. ADVOUTRY. ADULTERANT. up. ad'-du-la-tiir'-ry. infancy. v.from its dark co- lour .la-tir. Burnt. a-dul'-tc-rite. f. givea flight exhibit faint refemblance. atS of ation .ATOIl. manner. Adultery. ADULTEROUS. plea"apology. a-dult'. f. ^ U D ad'-d. v. ADUSTIBLE. of Grownup. divining by the art air. it is. Tainted ad-vow'-zun. f. of a-dal'-tc-rant. ADVOLATION. paftthe age the caufe of infancy. To ADUMBRATE. of advowfon. f. ad-um'-brant. ADVOCACY. ^THIOPS-MINERAL. f. a. An ointment ^GYPTIACUM. f. To ad'-vo-kate. adufted. a. f. beingunited. refemblance. neft of hawks . The ADVOLUTION. ADULTERATE.AEROMETRY. foreign ad-uft'. f. ad-us'-tfliun. ADUMBRATION. f. of adultery with fome to a benefice. a. foreign corrupt by admixture. rolling a-dil'-t(:-ratc. A medicine fo called.imion. The adt of of now generally corrupting by foreignmixture. i-dil'-te-rine. The a'-er-5-man"-fy. beingadult. a. a. flying ad-vo-lii'-fliin. e'-thyips-mln'-ne ral. ADUST. Belongingto the air. in pleadsany caufe. e-jJp-ti'-a-cum. be A burn up. Crookcdnefs. a-c'-ryal. verdigreafe. f. act of burning drying.v. A fli-. of the or adultercfs. ad'-v6-ka-fy. n. f. inhabiting confifling AERIAL. The high.a. guilt prefent . AEROMANCY. another he that . a-ry. ad-us'-ted. Crooked. ADULT. the a-dul'-te-rur. to ad-v6 ADVOCATION. ad-u re. to ac'tof violating to likenefs. of ADULTER. ADULTERY. AEROSCOPY. ADVOCATE. flate a-dil'-te-refs. f. f. The fice of- pleading. ADULTERESS.A ADUI.id-um-bri'-fhun. The art aer-om"-me-try. f. ad-u-na'-fhi. f.or A perfonabove the age of degreeof flrength. a faint fketch. adultery . f. and imperfect f.TION. confilting honey. of ation of the air. ad-vou-try. ftateof beingadulterate. ADUNQUE. fon per- He of a. AERIE. fome to grown a-dult'-nefs. Guiltyof fhadow a out. A in fituation. a'-er-os''-k6-py.f. ad-un'-fy-tj'. To v.a. ADVOWSON. ADULATORY. A child born a-dil'-te-rus. court that pleads judicature.a. placed of it. The f. f. elevated of f. ADULT. f. of the air. ad-v6-li -fliun. The ftate of as a a-dul'-tur.l-. ad of adulterates.or burnt up. ADULTNESS. AEROLOGY. ADUNCITY.and other birds of prey. T H a-dunk'. defence. with adultery commit thingwhich ADULTERATE. via. f. rightto' A with the The or quality ADULTERATION. f. a. f. The dodrine a'-er-il'-Id-jy. of meafuring the air. a-dult'. a-dul-te-ra'-fhun. f. the bed of a married perfon. ADUSTED. corrupted To ADURE. appliedto To as in the air . up. dried with ad-us'-tlble. a gives flight To ad-um'-brate. and of negar. That which may a. beingcontaminated. . ADULTERINE. Fiattera. He that has the right AxDVOWE. the humours body. Burnt a-dur'-ti-rate-nefs'. " .

a.v.i traft.civility. Eafy of an manner. To 5f-fekt'. affedtcd. made of quickfilvcr grou. fionatenefs. f. of making artificialappearance. an a perfonalfenfe.truftinthe general. AFFABLE..'i r. AFFABLY. f. f. In af-fek'-ihuf-!y. Courteoufly. f. Joinedby conparticip. produceeffectsin any hypocrify . f. to marriage. Frightened. The f. Full of oafa. nifyingto confirm.to af-f"^kt'. to A bind by one any v. v. to af-fi'-anfe.td AFFECTIONATE. AFFECT. upon af-fek-ta'-fhun. fedled manner.'fcftedby any caufe. an af- hypocritically. a. afrabilit)-. by the AFFINITY. care. a thing. AFFCTIONED. civilly. a. Related to another. of beingafFe"Sled. aukward imitation. a former law. if'-flbl. af-fl'-an-fur. participial a. mutual the to be pleafed love AFFIDATURE. To declare.a. A law term. AFFECTIOUSLY. quality perfon. AFFINAGE. at. ad.entally difpofcd. paffion. A declaration af-fy-di'-vlt. The fond. Adopaf-fy-ly-a'-fhun. To ratify af-ferm'. af-fek'-fhun-ned.fomcthing to be AFFAIR. lady. AFFIANCER. f.K. f. oath. Skilfully r. Relation by m. Af -fibl-nefs'. Co fome good-will f. an The act af. AFFECTUOUS. AFFELTIVE. ad. f. connexion with. In af-fek'-ted-ly. afraid. AfFeaion. That which fects. AFFABROUS. AFFECTIONATENESS. figaf -fa-briis. ad. At a.raf-f!n'-ny-ty. af-fa'r. Eagle-Hone. f. To AFFEAR. AFFIANCE. paflions .kn- fation. r. af-rer'-mdble. . afFcclation. tract marriage-con- confidence. af-fek"-niO-nat'-ly. f.A A F F e-ti-tfz. promifeto giveconfidence. afpire .-if-fcK -ted-nefs. kindnefs. AFFIDAVIT. AFAR. fondly. af-fi'-ned. a. f. affedting condefccncourteoufnefs. af-fe r. of AFFECTION. to . af- touches. The . relation to. He that makes contradt of marriagebetween the two parties. a. alTtrtconfidently. terrified. warm. AFFECTED. ing afl of refin- cupel. paflion of any kind.af-fi'-da-ture. be to fond to AFFIDATION. AFFILIATION.with fome degreeof fidelity. f. n.f. To a6t upon. That which a. fion.to To AFFIRM. together a /ETITES. nefs'. lludied with over-much in af-fi'-ed. F AFFIRM- . greatdillance . AFfLCTEDNESS. af-ferm'. a F af-fek'-fto-nltc. a-f^'rd. may be affirmed. courteous. To betroth. affianced. of affection.Af'-fl-nAje. To AFFERE. AFFECTUOSITY. complailimt. AFEARD. The flate of beinga. to practice appearance oath of of any thing. Full a. af-fek'-tlv. af-fek -fhun. AFFECTATION. a. to other imitate in an unnatural and con- flraincd manner. af'-fa-bly. made. AFER. metals ad. n. riage .full aitected AFFECTEDLY. or judgment. promifes truft in af-fi -anfe. ftrongly f. AFFIANCE. .v. AFFINED. a-f. af-fek'-td-us.tender. to move -fhun. Bufmefs. a. or approve AFFIRM. AFFIED.tenderly. love. v.or agent.f -fa-bil'-ly-ty. tract. AFFABLENESS. To confirm. lour. AFFECT. tion. Moved. fouthivefl: wind. ai^d prote"tion. oppofedto the word deny. divine To eflablifh. to to of. j af-fik"-fho-nat- Fondnefs. tion. and fulphur. touched f. F which manner. manners conceited . a. ' complete. to a great diftance. . with. good-will. zealous AFFECTIONATELY. Pafaf-fek-til-os'-fy-ty. AFFIRMABLE. managed or tranfa"led. a. Eafmefs of AFFABILITY. Courtcfj/. tendernefj:..a.m. participial with affeition. inclined. af-fi-da Mutual conaim. marble i n mortar. if-fs'rc. a'-fer. af-fJk'-ted.

affronts. f. may a AFFORD. To in order to put confidence in.ir. AFFIX. AFFRONTER.f. confirmation. The perfon df-fer'-mant. Level with the d-flo te. in aftion. confer any AFFOREST. a. AFFRONT.AFFLUENT. ing. perfonthat To fubjoin. a.oppofedto negative. or .ad. The AFFLUX. To put to turn To others.not negatively. O fomc oppofedto repeal. f. Terrour.torment- which To has the upon to any place. riches. v.if-fllk'-niun. to To To the fide. grant. The flows to any that which f.wealthy. af-fla'-t'is. oppofedto negation affirming . To fright. af-frl'.to terrify. put trail in. AFFRIGHTFUL. On a ground. f. Aft of breaJiing AFFLATION. The fame af'-ilu-cn-f". poinor forrow. f. if-fo'rd. a. af'-flu-ent-ncfs. outrage. AFFIRMANT. f. f. a. v. marriage. 5 any AFFY. the caufe of llateof forrow- fulnefs. v. of beingaffluent. v. Confirmation. of affronting.'it'.concourfe . AFFLUENTNESS. The . yieldor foreft. v. f.-it AFFRONTING. of prophecy. AFFUSE. to can be affirmed.affluence. AFFIRMANCE. to af-fcr-ma'-fliun. The df-fri'te-ment. a-fut'. AFFIRA'IATION. a. act of contempt. AFFIX. nefs. Soraf-frunt f. one To that which affirms. f. af-filk'-tur. ad. On af-fcr'-ma-tlv-ly.calamity .to a. a^ of to flowing one pour thing af-fa'-zhun. a-fi. . AFFRICTION. that . encounter . Floating. AFFLICT. to an face open to grieve. AFLAT. Communication the power of To af-flikt'. terrour fe. f.a.nf-frun'-tur. To unite to the end. foot. af'-fld-enfe. to be able to bear expences. AFFLUENCY. mifery. perfons upon more af-fr!k'-fhun.nf-fLics. part . as. To a-fc Id. face. AFFY. one af-fiks'. a. The To a.f. AFOOT. one word.not on horfc- dcfignis afoot. make affirms. the flate of upon any to the end ac^ of affixing beingaffixed. AFFRIGHTMENT. . af-fy'. AFIELD. v. place. The perfon f. the ftateof fearfulnefs. The AFFIRMER. ad of flowing exuberance of To f. affirmed pofition oppofedto . n.grief. Infult ofFered to the AFFLICTEDNESS. AFFRANCHISE. of united particle af-flk'-ftiun. -to thing. af-fer'-ma-tiv. fear.v. f. To a. to . af-for-reft.A A F F df-fer'-manfe. ad of or declaring. place. or of preffion To a. f. AFFRAY. th"3 field. :\f-fy'. Th. A tumultuous f. AFFLICTIVE. Flowingto abundant. To A duce pro- be able to af-fran'-tflnz. The AFFLUXION. The AFFLICTION. AFFIRMATIVELY. a AFFIXION. af-fllk'-tlv. F pain. ground into ad. particular placeto another. rowful AFFRONT. or flows from fell. v. v. The adl of another. pofitive af-fer'-mur. to im- . rubbing thingupon af-fri'te. part. ad. a.af-fluk'-fhun. af-fri'te. af '-flu-ent.to offend af-flik'-ted-nefs. that f. To meet provokeby avowedly. Full of affright af-fri'te-ful. AFFLATUS. AFORE. infult. Painful. AFFUSION. ad. terrible. v. with To affluence. terrour. AFFRIGHT. a. another. AFFRIGHT. f. affirms. quality af-fii zc. face . To affeclwith fear. aflault of af-fra'. to terrify. exuberant. f. aft of af- The betroth To V. AFLOAT. free. . The AFFLUENCE. quality af '-fluks. rcpesl. or af-fli-flnin. To AFFRAY. the aa of flowing that which place. to torment. a. The perfonthat AFFLTCTER. . plenty. afflias. f. That which AFFIRMATIVE. fufing. To a. af-frunt'. af-friin'-tlng. f. thing. back .

a woman is able to alienate her lands. Old. In front. ing fucceed- time. AFORE. A preciousftone AGAST. front. fore-part. A drug of ufe in AGARICK. a a a. Anew. a-gen'.a fubflltute. Mentioned 're-men -fiiund. after the firftturn ken ta- of affairs.'ig'-a-ty. af the meridian AFTERPAINS. faf'-ter-klapUncxpe^ed event after an liappening r. after the occafion of ad.aftcr-tfiat. AGAPE. Tafte remaining tongue after the draught. ag'-at.as. with contrary motion ufed of material ailion . quality a-jen-fy. place. tenor fite. the of the a. after birth. AFRAID. the of heroes . the The time evening. at twenty-one twenty-one -jcd. in cording ac- in imitation of. . ad. Methods af'-ter-game. oppofite to. again. Second af'-ter-krop. Struck a. that which has the power of operating. an agedperfon. a-fra d. foregone before. P. ag'-a-rik. A a-gen'. purfuitof. A ailive. men lived. AFTERMATH.with frerepetition. AGGE- . fine.t an end. a-g. AGAINST. firftin the way in . a-fo re-gc-ing. the a man latter part of life. Rcflcc- times. f. markingthe or fame quantity quent repeated .oppoin general dency. The after the original planis executed. To ftrike with amazement. aje. af'-ter-w. before. fooncr in time. a-fo're-tlme. a-ga'zc. ad. af'-ter-a'll. fador. affairis fuppofed to be af'-ter-koft. ad. in direfc oppofition.a. AFTERALL. .pofterity.f. incurred . bufincfs performed by an AGENT. behind. AFRONT. Ailingupon. f.ird. provided. to any thing. befides. a. them ufing fecond time. AGENT. more. of grafs mown AFTERNOON. In time paft. expence f. with fear. Again. of . AFTER. previoufiy provifioii. af 'ter-tift. the AGE. AGE in Before. Second crop in autumn. prepared.a. fearful. the age fpaceof to a AFTERCROP. f. AFTERCOST. ftricken in years. After the manner a -jed-ly. af'-ter-matR. AGEN. AFOREGOING. AFTER. In AFTERWARD.in return. a previous a-f6 AFOREMENTIONED. AFORENAMED. . f. Pains af'-ter-p-Jnz. terrified. Amaze. -jent. AGATE. ad. from formed ai\. time. a. a-frefh'. AGAZE. lowing fol- AGATY. ad. the ftateof beingin adion . -jent. f. Contrivance AFTERWIT.nearer prep. other time much. another. AFTERBIRTH. phyfick. In and thp dyingtrade. once in any back. ad. pofteriour to . in expeflation with eagernefs.in ticns after the the ing Go- af too late. a deputy.old the age of years is the full age. AFTERTASTE. ad. to -ter-no'n. f. before.ifl. in . fccun- dine. a. f.AFT i-fb re. . in conclufion. in place. v. in years law. Succeeding f. Any periodof time attributed ration fomethingas the whole. or part of its duof fucceffion a or men generation . phice AFTERTHOUGHT. AF'FERCLAP. AGEDLY. By a-f'/rc-hand. Said before. hundred age . in once a-fo're-fed. harveft. f. fitted. AGENCY. The if '-ter-bcrtlT. AFRESH. i-f6''re-na-med. upon of. AFORESAID. AFTERGAME. a-front'. f. -ter-timz. f. Succeeding af"-ter-a'-jez. AGAIN.ad.irtaking lis-ture agate. af -tcr.ad. fucceeding of To in At laft. ad. In time AFORE. a-genft prep. f. part. particip. AGED. the of time in which any particular or race man.expedients or p. Contrary. Named twice place.ift'. a.a. af'-tcr-wk. againand again. AFTERTIMES. as of is pedients ex- paft. in time. AFOREHAND. f. AFTERAGES. of loweft clafs. a agent. AFORETIME. f.f. a-fo'te. Following prep. in reftitution. The of a^ing.id. times. af'-ter. Staring a-ga p.

Ig-gre'-vans. AGGREGATION. ag-gres'-lhin.as thread. heap To gatherup in to vex ba!!.f. one word CASTUS. AGGLUTINATIVE. ag'-gre-gate. the heightenguiltor calamity. The (bte of heavy. To g. Nimbienefs.-cat. v. Campondon.ag-niih To to ment f.The AGGRIE ag-jen-ne-ra'-niun. colleft together.'". . AGGRANDIZER. aj'-il. into on: particulars whole . into the colleilion of particular one parts f. a direfl male f. . rate. AGLET. thoughts .r. ftrangers AGGLUTINANTS. into To giveforright. The ag-gr's'-fur. AGO. v. llatcof beingcolkded. firfla"n. to make any thing of conjunftion a. ag-nlze.6tof iniquity. ail of To may to worfe. and the in the of cattle That which has the power of procuring king'sforclt. To take in and feed a. Thofe the power of uniting the fight of a fpeclre. ftateof growingto another ad AGGERATE. AGGENERATION. To unite one part to another. which to to bandy. a. A ag'-nal. to difcufs. the v/hule compofed by the collection of many particulars . to v. AGILITY. thit inakjs another pcifo:'. at AGMINAL. To commit the colledingmany . VANCE. The ag-gra-va'-(hun. oppofecl th: defendant. to move f. to heap many vert. f. v. to i-nvad. ag-na-fhun. ag-glu"-ty-na-tiv'. AGNATION.of violence. ag-nu"-cas-tus. He AGITATOR. Commence- cr put in afredl with being moved aj-y-ta-tur. v. AGNlTION. ag'-gran-dize. To a. AGILENESS. medicines which have gatherthe to To To v. To f. f. Nimble. f.f. To a. f. a.That ?. ag Belongingto -my-na!. figure. a troop. one Struck with horror.in AGNIZE. Defccnt from line. Acknowledgment. parts together. vMlufion of AGNUS whitlow. ready. adl of To controverfial examination difcuflion. ag-gld-ty-nants. own. motioji . aflaulter f. quickf. Therefultof AGGREGATE. The chaftc tee. by mafs. aj'-y-tate. AGGRAVATION. nefs. To AON G G body. ' one v. gether bringto- . AGGRIEVE.ng'-gra-vate. -je-rate.activity. to enlarge. circumftances which aggravating . a. To or 'ze-mcnt. particulars. f.as at a. f.as. a-gaft'. ag'-gre-gate. AGNOMINATION. up.f. ag-glom'-me-ratc. To fenfe. AGILE. AGGLUTINATION. To acknovvkdgc . To AGIST. Nimblenefs. v. ag-grcfsv. ag-gld'-ty-nate. aj'-Ilt-meiit. ag-grop. Injury.to hurt in one's v. AGGRESSION. of a quarrel by fome i. AGGLOMERATE. being aggrandized. moving any thing. a. a-j!fl:'. AGGRANDIZE. -un. the fame father. f. mean be put in motion. contro- into particulars ad of . a.ivatean a . AGITABLE. a. make to exalt. To AGGRESS. agglutination. f. bation. ftateof the difturbance of the the ftateof mafs.V-fhun. The ag'-gran-di''-zur. AGGREGATE. The aj-y-ta'-fhun. The ag-gre-ga'-fhun. cohtilon.j'-y-table. money. a. f. To f. a-jil'-y-ty. Ig'-gran-di AGGRANDIZEMENT. . delibera- beingconfulted upon.A f. perturbation. n. . metaphorical accufation .quickTo AGGLUTINATE. to r. ag-nom-my-n.ctuatc. AGNAIL. the a.adive. great. tag of pointcarved a of an animal into fome reprefentation . a. Framed a. to impofe. who manages affairs. To v.aitivity. ToAGGROUP. nefs. n. many AGGREGATE. f. ag'-gre-gite. AGHAST. row. pertur- tion. in make aggr.aj'-il-nefs. ag-gre've. ag-gll-ty-na'-fliun. Union. AGITATE. AGISTMENT. the pendants the ends of the chieves of flowers. to another. AGGRAVATE. AGGRESSOR. wrong. a v. AGITATION. A ag'-let.

t" To a. a'le. of of To fettle . a fubfidy. AGREED.an ally. SafTafms. AGONIZE. a'de-lefs. to. the plant. . a-gr^'-ment. femblance of one bargain. AGREEABLENESS. The a'-gile-fit. ano- Aloft. AGONISTES. a-gog'. To f. to l-gra'-ryan. in A word a-ha'-. flepstowards reach husbandry. In earneft. fuitablenefs to. unfupported. longago. AGRACK. encc. pangs of violent body or mind. interjed. The ag'-o-ny. AIDLESS. A givepain.mufick. ag"-ry-cul'-ture. fuitable manner a-gre d. paftfincc. A difeafe. AIL. to.to fupport. an ad.to to manner. A word notingfometimes AHA'. Settled by con- a a-gr^'-ing-nefs. compaf- fields by ftipulation . a-hed'. AHIGHT. To To pleafing. Contention ag'-o-nivsm. (hivering. fent. ague. . AIR- . AGO. AGOING. . AH. The quality ^'-gA-ifh-ncfs. a'. to f. to To be in concord . to To a. an guefs. Paftj as. f. AGUISH. iVGRICULTURE. a. for AGUE that contends with fever. AGOOD. an refembling fion and greafe.v. AILMENT. AGREEINGNESS. defign AIR. Confift- AGREEMENT. . Tillage. f. warm G expofeto the air. f. ad. a'-dur. dered Stranded. . take the air . The ag'-ry-mun-ny. a-gud'.f.helpful. AGUE. a-gre'ze. manner or . to pointto endeavour pointthe view. to ^ffc" in any AIL. apgefture pearance. conjedlure. the objc"l . Sickly. . that is. To fuitablenefs. ceffive To be in f. a. v. n.fupport . ther. In a-go -ing.hin- farther. ad. to by the fire. or To ague. a-gon'. earth of direftion which the a miflile weapon thingthrown is di- J a element The ferious . a. fupport. Ago. fiftentwith with. le-ing. ConfiftentlyAILING. AGONY. Havingthe qualities AHEAD. of a. progrefs in the Pain. f. help. prize. Help. To a.a. AIDANT. frequently. a'le. particip. To a. whether or afiedled or laboured manner.f. To the a f.f. le-ment. a f. to yield cenfure intimating triumphand grant favours a. AIDER. to ftrikewith guefs. in law. aha'. a AIM. thing to another .A ad. on high. helper. ag-6-n!s'-tez. reded compact. longtime has one G dered hin- To AIR. AGONISM. intermitting hot. to . the of quality AID. a-grou'nd. AGREEABLY. interjeftion. obtain or a'm. of onward AIDANCE. ague. re- f. conAGREEABLE. In aftion. a-hi'te. buyer of the fame mind or opinion fuit with. AGRARIAN. V. moft . with. pain. pain any ad. I R f. f. dillike and death. n. a. Cona-gr^'4ble-nefs. ftateof dcfirc. miflive weapon the f. or direil any thing. a than a'de. a-gre'-ab-ly. Suitable to. An a'-giie.a-ha'. daub. a. to . a'-d. an ex- pain. A R a cold fitsfucceeded AGUED. trouble. To Struck f. an ague. at by -gu-ed. a'-gue-tree. AGONE. Help. a-gre'. AIM. prize. fuccour. V. a a'm. Helping. terms f. Further AID. gentle gale. difeafe. v. name cncompaffingthe or light of the perfon . To a.to endeavour to to The a'r. a.-V. a contempt. V. paft. ag'-o-nize. AGRIMONY. a. a-gre'-able. a'r. iVGROUND. Concord. a'-dant. particip. AGOG. A prize-fighter. by the ground from paffing of affairs. a-gra fe. ad. a'de. Relating AGREE. grounds. paroxyfm of AGUISHNESS. to fettle a price between and be to feller.ad. ad. a-t. Hclplefs. fiftency pleafing. a'-gii-ifh. of a defign intention. a for a publickfolcmnity v.. AGREASE. f. with -TREE. a AGUE-FIT.infe. the mien. complaint.

One who purALCHYMIST. blingan albugo. A word expreffing la" mentation ALB. a-la'rm. Painted u'r-dran. and book of the credenda. According ALA. To v.f. al'-ky-mift.lk ALACK. al-be'-lt. n. particip. The precepts. A al-bii'-go. rm-poft. AIRING. fprightly. without reality. levity. a-lak'-ryus-ly. Although. eafier to and cut. 1 le. light folvent. f. cry by which .a. The walk in a church. to men appear at. fpirit f. Related to. He that a'r-hole. to f. dying. gay young f. a A the air is exhaufted machine jut f. the air. ad. AIRINESS. An Egyptian AIT. a-Ia ALARMPOST. gay. with the air . feparated by a bed pf ftate. AIRBUILT.v. ALCAHEST. landed.the judgeof a city. f. ALABASTER. ALCAID. ALDER.f. an interject. v.in Spain. ad. The government of 3 full of mirth.ar'-bUd-dur. the fafliion. a. ALBUGO. al-klm'-my-kal. a-land'. ALACKADAY. ALACRIOUSLY. bell that alarm. metals. ALCHYMICALLY. communication the free air. men .f. highin air . caftle. A word interjea. a-kin'. a'te. a lafting pain. hole admit to f.f. of of aja- a-lak'-a-da'. A flnallifland in a river. . ated.f. f. i-la'rm-bell. Rcfema. f. Built a. gaiety. . a-lak'-kry-ty. Relating al'-a-bdf-tur.ad. To manner f. ALARM. allied toby blood. al-bu-jin'-yus.or chamber. furprifewith to ALARMBELL. furplice. al-k6'-h6-llze. L G A ALA Compofed of air difeafe in the eye" to contra6ls a whitenefs. The poftapALAS. al-ko've. ALACRITY. The givethe awakening. Expofureto a'-ry-nefs. a. A recefs. At A their arms land. bladder A filledwith air. The fublim* more al'-ky-my. ALABASTER. the other kinds. relating al'-ka-heft. ALBUGINEOUS. ALBEIT. f. lightof heart.notwith- ftanding. ALCANNA. alcoholizing ALCOHOLIZE. To The act al-ko'-hol-y-za'-fhu or rectifying fpirits. Ihort jaunt. A pity. AIR-DRAWN. a of a-late. rifying. To till they are whollydephlegmfpirits redtify ALAND. gayety. Mahometan ALCOVE. AKIN. Ii" al-k!m'-my-kal-ly.furprifing.f. a-la'r-mlng. AIRHOLE. a'rTbilt. An univerfal difas air.than the al'-a-baf-tur. r-ling. al-ca'd. air. AIRLING. AIRPUMP. a. alb f. AIRBLADDER. the the air . a. the apprehenfion of a^iy danger. Ter- a-lafs'. Without to ALARMING. the tranfmutation which propofcs chymiftry. al-a-mo'de. fummoned to f. of melancholy. a is . a-la nn. are danger any tumult or diflurbance. ad.f. f. placed an part of in which eftrade. A a'r-lefs. ALCOHOL. ad. a. Lately. ALARM. il'-k6-h6l. plant a'ke. kind a of mixed ufed metal for fpoons. al'-kd-ran. AIRER. Cheerfully. Alas. a-l. f. is rung lichtnefs. f. ALCHYMICAL. bafter. Cheerfulnels. a'r-pump. trifling .MODE. notingforrow and without an alchymift. marble. deje"tion. AIRSHAFT.' fues or profefles the fcience of alchymy. of forrow. a'-rlng. Made a.' ALCOHOLIZATION. a. lively. bodyof each word . unfubftantial. a'-rur. To call to armsj ALCORAN.interjeft. A for the paffage AIRY. f. a. by whofe of proper vefTels.ad. lefs durable.'ipproaching. al-kan'-na. to expofes A to in air. vain.f. fprightlinefs. feel ufed in To AKE. a'-ry. expreflion ALCHYMY. AIRLESS. A kind of foft to alchymy. pointedto ALATE. in the air. notice of any of clock a fpecies . air into mines. d'r-fhaft. cornea by which . AISLE. f. means A perfon. difturb. A high rcdified of wine.

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of fpecies A iron- wort.a. up eveiy exaftly ALL-HEAL. any -lifli. a. a'i-se'-Ing. aci'ive . it a' 1-tfhe-ring. undeftroyed. f. qualities al-kal'-lv-zaie.to harden them.dl-hi'l. tion of the hufband's tence 1. ALKERMES. a. To which of alkali. of power has the of quality ALIMONIOUS. a. which on by the l"l-Co'\z-di' f. abate to its joinany thing to reprefs. one. any is mmgled. ALIMENTARY. a-li've. which il-ker'-mez. ber. ALKALI. rlfhes. l-f6"rz.lant. 1-v/ize. The metal of a bafer kind ALLAY. which fovereign rightof judgment. Omniparous. nourifliing. ALLAY. ALKALIZATE. ALLAYER. ALIQUOT. to another. ALL. JUDGING. a. a.f. ALL-CHEERING. three is an of ten. 'l-be'-ring. Legalproporal'-ly-mun-ny. The quality of. qualities . Quite. a The f. ad.fo as to .a liquor. a. of account Parts of al-ly-quant. are fupplications church beholds made day for all fouls of November. ALIMONY. number. al-la f. AU-Hiints.ta-r"'-nefs.fprightly . to fubducs which which ALL- the thing. fuch quantity. That which of alkali.abates of that with which it predominant qualities lefs. every quantity. That of properties That a. altogether. however repeated. of ale. f. That a. That al-ly-mo-nyus. as. which. a. that which belongsto aliment. to al'-ka-hel^. of The . i 1-haMun. the beft man ali\e. ftate of life. wear the name al-la'. the whole confeaion A berries are the biiiis.being alimentary.f. a a. ALKALESCENT. to pacify. make three making twelve. nourifhes. it without ALISH. al'-ka-line.A ha? ALL K L of aliment. All-faints time i'l-hal'-l6-tide. f.f. a. ation. up the number number meafure or aliquot part a dead . al-ka-les'-sent. The which ALLFOURS. the fecond an alkali. t%vo. with alkaline. al'-ly-quot. has a tendencyto the about term as. ALL SOULS DAY. All health.not is ufed eats That all. ithe a The ALL-BEARING. . which eftate.v. To mix it fitterfor one metal coinage . num- a never exaftly . f. The ALKANET. ALL. thing. al'-ki-net. when every a. Any fubflance. a a. thrice three any a to reparation. v. al. to quiet. ALL-KNOWING. four times being nine. al-ly-jnei/-. remainder : phafis . That a. make a. which. comjdctely . al-ly-men-ta'-fliun. To in coins. ALL. nourifhing. Aliquot parts an 1. al'-ka-ly. ALlIhAIL. unextinguifhed. al-ly-men'-ta-ry. another. will as That playedby of twelve. ALIMENTATION. . ALIVE. ALL-SEEING. Omnifcient. ficient Sufa. i"l-jud'-jing. whole The a. mingled with acid. wholl}'. every thing. ALL-SUFFICIENT.produces ferment- to every ALL-WISE. by the fen- of the ecclefiaftical court. that theymay thingwhich. cheerful. has the add an em- univerfal dif- all wife. f. ALKALINE. That a"l-de-vou'-ring. qualities ALKALIZATION. An ALKAHEST. of a j. will which. Rome. the kermes whereof ALIMENTARINESS. thing. is allowed the wife. f. day. that quality the which nou- f. folvent. as. l-no'-ing. a ALL-DEVOURING. To ALKALIZATE.to mixed f. The the firftof November. ever}'part.or near a 'l-c6nk'-ke-rlng. The al-kd-Iy-zi'-flian. whole givesgayety ALL-CONQUERING. upon ALIQUANT. which d ALL-HALLOWTIDE. a. acl of alkalizating. 1-he 1. three is thing. A low game a at cards. beingadded. has the make has the That al-kil'-l^-zlte. Refembling In every . f. f. PolTeft of infinite wifdom. i'l-fif-flfli'-ent. aliquant ALL-HALLOWN. a.

In the a. ALLIGATE. a. any in to to . that alleges. A word al-le-lo'-ya. figurativeToALLOO. f. The al-le'-jans. to diftribute. of fpi- PraifeGod. ALLICIENCY. form of After an into turn allodial lands in manner. ingredients feveral affirm.V-{hun. f.and . to make To a. to permit. ALLEGRO. of the to an a excufe. than is contained gay. fhare. ALLEGATION. fpeaking to Not a. adjuft price compounds. al-le-gor'-r'-kil. f. f. . relation by any form of the pcrfons allied to each other. ALLODIUM. ALLOTTERY. form an in which fomething other difcourfe. in abfolute independence. ALLEGE. is f. may of difFerentvalue. To a. lot . another article in thingto reckoning. al-ly-gi'-fhun.or To a. marriage . The al'-ld-kwy. ALLOWANCE. the any pain is a garden.v. a al-l6t'-ment. f. ALLEGEMENT.in- f. ALLOWABLE. The power al-le'-fyen-fy. a!-low'-ans. ALLOT. foften. to v. f. A al'-le-gur-ry. ALLOW. codile cro- another. literally to To It originally means . To ALLEVIATE. a. ALLAYMENT. f. as ALLELUJAH. fulncfs. ALLISION.the thingallegedor aftyingtogether . fprightly a is intended. al'-le-go-rf'ze. to allegory. formed of . SanSion. thingagainft one ALLOCATION. ALLOCUTION. Loyal.ALL ALL al-la'-ur. ALLOTMENT. of To attrading. the government. f. be a al-lov/. to incite. The of of Not a. motion. ALLEGORICALLY. a paf- fireet. dependent feudal. maintain declare. allaying. The act al-lC-vyA'-fiiun. feton. . f. mufick in the words with ledgment any acknowThere England.a. al-lo'. pleadas excufe an or be al-ledzh'-able. rltual exultation A f. may nection con- f. ALLAYER. addition of it al-l5-ku'-lhun. ALLEGORICK. ALLEGEABLE.to eafe. fault extenuated. allegorical an To v. H ceotc li.to ALLEVIATION. The of puttingone an to the real.exemptionfrom prohibition. of act the admiflion literal. quality The al-kV-ment. duty of ALLEGIANCE. are a ALLOQUY.LawALLOWABLENESS. -ly. tie ot^ thingto another. ALLEGORIZE.f. al-l6'-dyal. with This codile. to To a. without not allegory. ALLIGATOR. v. He ALLEGER. give each hi" to narrower A which walk in than a!-ll -dns. allegory. The fame al-ledzh'-ur. forbidden. f. ation. fubjedsto ALLEGIANT. of has tiie power To al-ledzh'. f. f. f. con- to duty of the al-llzh'-un. v. allegation. ad of al-lo-ki'-fhun. not ALLEGORICAL. yield grant. grant . formable al-le'-jant. A word denoting in al-le'-gro. to to p^. make v. al-lundzh'. to admit giveto. making light. plea.to . not whidi diltribution.to admitted al-low'-abl.that by ALLEY. al'-ly-gdte. f. al-le'-vyitc. al-lot'.al-low'-abl-n(:-fs. f. The aft of f. al-le-g. kindred rapier. PofTeffion held Al-lS'-dyum. a"i of ing fpeak- diftribute by To a. a. light. ALLEGORY. That which f. To ftriking account. eafed. no fhare. al thruft pafs or another. al-lcdzh'-mcnt.f. al-le-gor'-rl-kal-ly. f.y abatement. That al-lot'-tl-ry. with another relation by . lawful. al-le-gor'-rlk. of a lord paramount. AffirmALLIGATION. cro- is chiefly iifed for the name of America. literal. alleged. allegiance. ad. The al'-ly-ga-tur. ALLODIAL. taken. argument. The flate of To grantedto a league by confederacy. ALLONGE. has the power which or pcifonor thing of allaying. fagein towns ALLIANCE. without That which contradiction . The ad another. The part. rule that teaches the arithmetical firmed declaration. f. . . That which a. To v. in Milton.

a'mz-hous. ALNAGE. f. One al-kV-my-nur. a-lo'ne. al-lii'-zhun. ALOGY. The f. ALMIGHTY. f. from tree bufinefs whofe officer. f. of the attributes of God. and bafket be givenaway. a f. thing.coarfer al-nn -ty-nes. To entice to any v. It ha* the the diftributionof prince. chiefly ALOFT. tion. ALLURINGNESS. ALOFT. f. al-ma-can'-tur.diminution.inveigler.a. f. potence. ad. with the wick in the midfl. Enticer. n. gift. ALMSDEED. al-lii're.as f. infirument ufcd to take obferv- aticns of the fun. Enticement. peach diftributed. A l-man-dine. f. a. ALMOND abatement. lighter lives fcripture.ad. a. confederacy . the the bed perfumes. a'-mund. a'-mund-tre. by the formerly Alnightis a greatcake al-nit.f. Omni- meafarer affize of woollen ruby. The quality ALLUSIVENESS. abatement grantedweeklyor yearly. The thing fomethingelfe the motion of by thingcarried by water. ad. al-ly'. A charitable a'mz-man. A al'-na-gar. " a'mz-baf-klt.of which common ALOETICAL. temptationby propofing plication. men- f. ALLURE. In al-lu'-slv-ly. is givenin relief of the provifions put in which being allufive. v. al'-mo-ner. or a relation friendfhip. are in f. drawn to the parallel ALMACANTER's An A circle horizon. to make between two things. A man 1-ma-nak. or flowers very like thofe of al-lu're-ment. mond al- the throat . marriage. ALMACANTER. f. of the nut tree. a'mz. fworn a-la'ft. confederacy. reference L O A al-o-jy. To a To thing. Above. ALLUVION. fetting. five of glands two f. . Confifting of aloes. one f. leaves and ALMONDS. One united to fome other by ALLY. the tonfils. the water a charity. il-5-et'-y-kal. ALLUSIVE. al-lu'-slv. ALNAGAR. calendar. f. ALMS. al-ly'. ALLUSIVELY. ALLOY. in the air. A hint. {laf'. ALLUREMENT. Entice- a'-mundz. f. a was to the infpedt cloth. ports others by his charity. ALMOST. ab- ny.f. TREE. ALLUSION. He that fupa'mz-glv-ur. compa- folitarv. without Single .A cence L an permillion .well nigh. In an alms fome- Hintingat thing. To ALLY. ALNIGHT. placewhere poor. ALLLfRER.a.f. Of unlimited power. f. upon al-ld'-siv-nefs. Bafer al-loy'. On high. The carrying of al-lu'-vyun. age in coin- have fome the direit colours To who paintsupon paper or parchment. in hot al-ma-can'-turz- STAFF. are al-mo'ft. Ell-meafure. a-la'ft. The al'-miin-ry. ment. Unreafonablcncfs . omnipotent. metal mixed ALLUDE. ALMSBASKET. a. an imALMSGIVER.a ufe.prep. f. al-ld'-rmg-ly. f. To unite by kindred. a a tree medicinal which ufed in fort is grows juiceextradled aloes tree. ad. about the time of its rifmg to a'mz-ded. ALLUMINOR. countries. alluring manner. ALLURINGLY.v. f. than the oriental. f. the Eafl for wood precious higherpricethan gold. and ALMSMAN. of who alms. enticingly. ALONG. An hofpital for ALMSHOUSE. A ALMIGHTINESS. M appointmentfor any from the ftri"l rigour. ALMUG-TREE. . f. pleafure. an allu- manner. to the . The f. temptation. of wax.without a al-m! -ty. a ALMANDINE. f. al-Iu'de. tree. furdity. tioned men- f. or friendfhip. A ALOES. f. A al'-mug-tre. . ALMANACK. to fum ftipcnd. ALMONRY. ALMOND. a. The ALMONER.al-lii'-rmg-nefs. al'-naje. any What Nearly. of officer of the poor. al'-6-ez. ell j f.employedin al-lu'-rur. ALONE.

of acid tafie. cording Acal-fa-bet'-ty-kal. heightof highcft point. the communion ALTARAGE. great a Actingby turns. rejected. f. f. onward lengthwifc. manner. producing f. fitu- ad. ciprocal al-ter'-nit-Iy. The is adminiftered. Loudly. to changeone alternately. al'-fa-bet. placewhere offerings f.not formed per- by turns. ALTILOQUENCE. ALTERNACY. ALPHA.is fuch alterative. ALUM. The may of fuch a Thatv/hlch h. ALTERNATENESS. ments or deletters. anfwering the fignify to To A . ALUDEL. l-tur. ALTERNATE. ALOOF. that if turns. Pompous ing. the power a beingalterable. al-t!s'-s6-nant. ALTERNATIVENESS. wife a than l-tur. d'l-tur-cloth. gradually gainupon the of in Ibund. conj. make become other- To n.ad. The are fittedinto chemiftry. al-ter'-n. change. of quality That a. al'-ii-dcl. f. ALOW. In dl'-tl-rab-ly. fpacemeafurcd be altered. f. pompous ALTITUDE. ALPHABETICALLY. Heightof place. dl-red'-dy. a-long'. ALUM- . pletely. . The ALTLMETRY. through length At forward. manner which changed. an . place.-id. al-thd'. the table in Chriftian churches are The fuccefTion of things. the elevation of any bodies above heavenly with without immediate art takingor meafuringaltitudes or heights. a from oblations thrown givenof the other mufl be taken. ALTERATION.with a-lo'. al'-te-ra-tlv. ai -h'lm. ALTAR. A one tion. a. al-ter'n. To a. f. ad. Medicines ALTERATIVE. The In low a firftletterin the Greek to alphabet. a al-t'T-ni'-fhun. thingfor ther ano- reciprocally. over ALTER. a. Debate. In reALTERNATELY.Notwithftanding. change. or quality of the ad. quality al-"i-bet'-ty-kal-ly. ALTERN. form firft. fpeech. Com. the altar in churches. called beingalternative. ceffion. l-fo. in company . v. the or alteringchanging changemade.to ^ 1-te-rablc. aloft. time before the . ad. ftateof viciffitude. reciprocal al-ter'-na-tiV. with.to otherwife than it is. a-loud'. f. At ALREADY. ALTERANT. Adion al-tir'-na-fy. ALTERABLENESS. of fucccffion. f. be to may fufier changed. f.fo two ALTERNATIVELY. ALTERNATION. ALTERNITY. . a. ad. al-te-rant. Aludcls pots ufed in without the horizon regardto lower things. The emolument the altar. al'-ty-tiid. at things. the feriesof letters. however. letters. By al-tcr'-na-tlv-!. to of beingalternate.4l-tu-g":th'-":r. ation upward . al-t'm'-me-try. luting. ALTER. Thechoice prefent ALTERNATIVE. als'. noife. Toper- a. Alfo. The ALPHABET. prefent. Atadiftance. ALTERNATE. ALTOGETHER. language. al-ter'-na-tlv-nes. ALOUD. Reciprocal fuczUth'-rA-xf. excep- fubliming anothcc kind of mineral fak. Beingby turns. a l-tur. controverfy. Accordingto the order of the ad.-. ALPHABETICAL. f. Theaflcf al-te-ru-fhiin. ALONG. a. ALTERCATION. it was. . . ALTISONANT.ALT ALU ad. f. to heaven where In a likewife. To be one reciprocally.a. Highfound- changes.'it. f. ALS. ALTHOUGH. ALSO. al'-fa. f. f. v. are fcnfibleoperation. without redriclion. f.ad.v. The cloth ALTAR-CLOTH. therefore ufed our reciprocal. ALTERABLE. To this laid . a-l6'f. ad.f. f. ad. as have no al-tll'-ld-kwens. any fpacemcafurcd al-ter-nate. ALTERABLY. excellence a. f. An 1-tar-aje. al-ter-ka'-fh'm.but conftkution. be altered or as 1-t^-rable-nes. a a!-tcr'-nat-nec.

a. f. to power AMBER. of Confiding amber. of Perpetu. event. vehemence. alum.\m-by-dcx'-trus. an lady of AMASS. am'-bur-drlnk'. f.'iftantly. terrour . al-lum'-my-nus. with 7f. a all time . fort of pear. fiding Cona. A am-ba'-gez. The a-ma'z-ment. ^ of metals procured -ga-ma. a-ma-ro-sk not fight. f. part. bituminous confidence. beingamazed. thingto ano- one words. accumulation. a. with AMANDATION. am-bas'-sa-dres. AMAZON. beautyis in has man who in equallythe ufe of both is fhrub whofe f. A fort of pear. To a-mal'-ga-mate. of a a n. With a-ma'z-ed-nes. f. A extreme apprehenfion. AMBER-SEED. Aflonifhment. Refcmbles millet. v. flower unfading. from but from fomc f. f. fear. confu. Drink of amber. multiplicity meffage. calx ufed in A furgery. a-ma dufi eyes.f.Net AMBASSADRESS. a-mi-bU'-ly-ty. AMAZEMENT. f. out through- 1-waz'. love. ALUM-STONE. Confufedly. plant. The AMARANTH. am-by-dcx-ter'-ry-ty of being able equally to ufe both quality . to put into AMAZE. Lovelincis. f. To confufe put into confufionwith wonder with . ad.horrour. AMADETTO. ALUMINOUS.M A A A f. Relating to am'-a-tur-ry. ftancc of terrify. AMBASSAGE. f. double dealing. a-man-da'-fhun. v. with M amazement. to perplexity. to fon per- f. a-mal'-gam. AMBERGRIS. f. to of alum. AMBIDEXTROUS. am'-bur-tre. fent in a-man-u-en'-s!s. to from manner a AMBER-DRINK. A fragrant am'-bur-gris. a-ma'z-cd-ly. party difputcs.illy. AMALGAMA. AMADOT. circuit of am-bas'-sa-dur. am'-bur-fed. that melts almod To A fovereign one am'-bur. Bitternefs. a-mnl The mixture by amalgamation. am'-baf-saje. a-mas'-ment.a-mar'-ry-tud. into a-mas'. The on ful. f. To vi- a another. AMASMENT.f. of fliesand rcprcfentations before the floating To A any vifibledefeft in the eye. a-ma'n. as a fume per- cordial.go.an imaginary meffage. A perfon another writes what famous women of words. of amaranths. AMBIDEXTERITY.Gon. am-baf-sS'de. To n. drug ufed both like wax. The cf race gree de- a in ufe. extreme wonder a-ma'z-ing. a. of amalgamating praftice or . without co. AMALGAMATE. An embafly. am'-a-rantti. a fide. f. am-a-ran'-tfiin. te. AMBER. am'-a-dot. AMARANTHINE. AMAZEDLY. Confufed unexpected AMAZING. f. f. cither of fear or wonder. quickfilver. a-ma ze. AMBAGES. a-ma-det'-to. metals. AMAUROSIS. f. who A its fmall evergreen leaves. .a an collect To a. A yellowtranfparent fub- the colour of together ther. f. To aft fending acl of name a f. f. ad. AMBIDEXTER. a AMANUENSIS. The Relating AMAZEDNESS. AMATORY. am'. and or gummous a am'-bur.f. that may AMALGAM. dictates. Amazonswere for f. \'igour.ne public add AMATE. A heap. AMBASSADOUR. f. Wonder- excite aftonifhment. AMBASSADE. ambalTadour. ze. admiration aftonifhing. AMAZINGLY'. of dejection height . confifting or ALWAYS. f. . dimnefs of inner parts. 6 The fent woman a on a a. AMBERTREE. The hands ing .Vz-lng-ly. equallyready to his aifton man hands either . To a-m. wonder. f. ftrikewith horrour. in the diflcmperature the occafioning AMAZE. v. EmbafTy. a-ma v. valour . firft perfonof the verb To The be. who am'-a-zun. v. AMABILITY. A am-by-dex'-ter. AM. ftate confufion. a-mdl-ga-ma'-fhun. . unite metals at an rr. ftonc or B ad. Hava. AMAIN.oriation. ad. mafs heap or o. in poetry. AMALGAMATION. al'-lum-ftone. AMARITUDE.

am'-bulli-cd. com diftributed are kept. of Partaking of ambrofia.AMEN. bl. The imaginary AMBROSIA. amblingmovement. in reformation law. furprifing- the act of the ftateof f. haviour. amble.in an upon another. qualities To a. defire of The defire of any thing works variegated am-blfli'-us.f. E M A B M . be- correft.atterwlth which cuit. The are a-mcn'.f. faculty f. is wrong. lie to men am-buf-ka'-do. f. AMBITIOUS. In am-blg'-u-uf-ly. f. Doubtful. fo it is. am'z-a'fe. . Surrounding. .a.f. The aft AMBULATORY. or a With plant. AMBLE. delicious.A the uCc of eitherhand ing. am AMBLER. AMEND. f. With am-blih'-uf-ly. A am'-mel. n. of beingambidextrous. ^" AMBUSCADO. aces. To move tomovceafily . ^I AMENDS. touched of eagernefs of quality or fo be it .in an doubtfully. nes. quality The f. ambiguousmanner.ufedin devotions. AMBUSCADE. havingtwo ufingdoubtful meanings. AMBUSHMENT. of walking. The perfonthat committed AMENDER. furprize. private- A others. by which. AMBILOQUOUS. ftation in which diers AAIBILOGY. a. AMEND. which f. v. AMBUSTION. fuppofed to are an AMBLINGLY. nature the call we temi. AMBIGU. of f. am'-bufii-ment. Doubtfulam-by-gd'-I-ty.v. ad. cir- To AMBLE. AMBIGUOUS. at AMENANCE. meaning. a-men'-dur. thing. prayer. uncertainty a horfe's ad. am-by-dex'-truf- AAIBIDEXTROUSNESS. of fignification. to . A double AMBS-ACE. ad.i-mcnd'. AMBIGUOUSNESS. f. Uncertainty am-big'-u-uf-nes. To burn. f. ambition. AMEL. An upon as the the end to be liable of of a we. from have the any in a thiiig. order poll. AMBITION. AMBIGUITY. am'-by-gu. praclifing are a. Talk am-bll'-ld-gy. copiers To A pacer. mean. AMENDMENT. the A change of life. the AMBULATION. the depraved. afpir. AAIBIENT. the name of am-bro'-fhal. AAlBirUDE. n. creed. private A pollwhere placed. of a confifting nefs of An The filsfor of f. am'-bufli. A-MBITIOUSNESS. Ufing ambiguousexpreffions. The foU fallunexpectedly bufh. am'-bling-ly. preference. of any -bit. The AMBUSH. a. excellent. The beingambitious. a-mend'-ment. double dealing.f. AMBUSHED. to afiaffins are or of fignificameaning. . am'-bliir. am-bro'-fha. a-mend'.dcfirous of advancement. f.to to reform in writers which life. am compafs or circuit of am-b!{h'-un. enam'-bj-ent. furprife furprife. food of the gods.a. AMBITIOUSLY. amends . f. palling. expref- fions. honour or preferment great or the . am-big'-u-us. ad\ancement am^ enamelled. a.f. A end changeany thingthat an walkdaintih'- ad.by f. jeftfo am pace . am-blfh'-uf-nes.with equalfacility. am-bif-kade. f. . enemy lyingin wait order wait. h. Seized or ing. medleyof difhes. at AMENABLE. a fuba-me'-nabl. a. f. ace. f. to bl.to reftore pafTages cafypace. A bloodywart oit am'-bu'-ry. with lyingiit fcald. AMBRY. am"-bu-fa-tur'-ry. f. or body. AMBIGUOUSLY. placev/hcre alms and utcnplate. which overlaid. Coiidud. AMBIT. correction of procefs. bad for the better recovery of health an crrour To grow better. duplicity tion. Refponfible. a-mc'-nans. biguous am- fignification. placewhere am-bu-lii'-fhun. Placed in am-bis'-tfliin. am-bil'-lo-kwus. walking. Ambufii. houfekeeping. f.asthe power AMEURY. to account. am'-bry. Compafs. AMBROSIAL. orvboth fides.f. . to a am'-by-tiide. v. the m. That a. entertainment.

AMITY. to ments. v. intrigue. is Theinnermoftmem- brane a-mo'-mum.f. f. AMISSION. f. am'-o-rlft. J conjoinedwith thers. n. criminally. AMMONIAC.Friendam'-my-kabl-nes. AMERCEMENT. furround- ed by . ad. AMIABLENESS. ^ AMOMUM. of nefs. prieft's a-mid'. a'-myab-ly. poft or qualityof being able lofe. The Im-flb'-yuf-nes.S AMORTIZEMENT. a-mis'. To a-mer'fe. a. not to perfedtion according in health. am-f::'-b6-lodzh'-y AMPHIBOLOGICAL. In the midft. AMISS. courfc of uncertain am-mu-nlfh'-un. am'-e-ttllft. the accumulative a-mo'r. irregular. AMMONIACAL. ad. AMENITY. alien lands alter. lovingnefs. Bread for the fupplyof f. bred'. Doubtful. AMOUNT. Having of ammoniac the properties AMMUNITION. gallantry. aft of oblivion.f. turally na- love. am'-mi-ty. AMICE. Lofs. am'-ur-us. v. a-mor-ty-za -fhun. ^y corporation. am'-ur-uf-nes. the of the thing. can live in two which elements.middle. to a-mou'nt. AMPHN . f. a fait. live in differentele- f. a-merY-munt. a-mo'rt. In am'-my-kab-ly. To AMIT. Fond- nefs. RefemAMETHYSTTINE. AMORIST. An am'-nef-ty. am'-ir-us-ly.i mingledwith. fait. pleafing. fituation. a way.f. goodwill. AMETHYST. AMMUNITION penfation. To friendly To am'-mis. v. belongingto to love. ) f. AMIDST. AMICABLENESS. fpiritlefs. love. Pvccompenfe. f. ? ' a-mor'-tiz-ment.bordering am-c-tlris'-tin. AMOROUSLY. Agreeablenefs of a-men'-nl-ty. AMOROUSNESS.f. AMPHIBOLOGY. AMORTIZATON. f. AMERCER. am-mo-nyak. fort of fruit. am-mA-nUh'-un- BREAD. AMICABLY. Friendfhip.fond. armies. Military AMPHIBOLOUS. am'-nyon. of two on am'-nyos. from one to meaning. AMORISE.fhewinglove. a-mo've. A gum . a gallant. ad. f. a. A precious ftone on purple. f. am-mS-m'-a-kal.M A M AMP a-meiid'z. am'-my-kabl. an To rife to in quality. Lovelia'-myabl-nefs. He that fets a The f. AMONGST.fo make to as o- part of the number. a. am-flbCbo-Ius. ftation. thy wora'-myabl. dice. To remove tenements or a a-mo'-rize. upon To a. An inamorato.v. raifing ad. To to AMOVE. AMIABLY. of foetus in the womb Out a. A 1 prep. inclined Enamoured. excite love. pretending aft of lands transferring to mortmain. Mingledwith. a.lovingly. a-mid ft. a firfl: or The undermoll: ^prep. to be loved . a. colour. AMNESTY. AMPHIBIOUSNESS. violet a with covered. ftorcs. a-me-tRid'-y-kaU AMETHODICAL. a fine or with punifli penalty. among. fine mifdemeanour. An The fum afFair of total. immediately a-mung'. Two aces AMES-ACE. a-mlt'. cunfey punifhmentof an offender. Fondly. Friendly.com- AMENDS. blingan amethyft. impaired a-mls'-Aun. n. thrown method. AMERCE.v. linefs. Lovely. AMPHIBIOUS. AMIABLE. To habit. f. wrong. f.power to Such a manner as AMORT. AMONG. f. a-mou'nt. any AMNION. a'mz-a'ce. another. part of AMID. That a. TofTcd a. The rightor Depreffed. a-mungft'. AMOUR. AMOUNT. AMOROUS. kind. f. Difam-fy-bol'-a-jy. at the fame time pe- which the f. a-mer'-fcr.f. f. a. a. Faultily. ad. love. To to remove. to from move. AMICABLE. f. AMNIOS. am-flb'-yus. a.

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Confufed. a. di- lay any thing open minute thin meagre ANCESTREL. a to duty A figure by whereANASTROPHE. To a into its firftprinciples. perfon. art anceftors. has been of little fea-fifh. its firftelements. ANAMORPHOSIS. by way of fauce. ANCHORET.V-nas. v. ducks. the fhip. the The faftnefsof the anchor. compound into its fcveralparts . The pine apple. A reparation of an-nal'-ly-sis. ANALYSIS. an-a-tim'-I-kal-ly. an-a-tfia-mat'-yANCHOVY. ANALYZE. paft. to of fo perfpeclive projedion. mer. of difieftion. ANAPHORA. proceedingupon principles taughtin anatomy. Old. Antiquity r/n-tftien-try. A fort of from whom an'-fif-trel. into the an ANATOiMIST. an-. modern not longduration . ANCHENTRY. To a. ANCESTRY. to corporeal any thing.a an'-fcf-tr)'. Deformation. without a ANCESTOR. fi'n-fhcjit. ANCHOR-HOLD. an anathema. to refton. paidfor anchoring ank'-ur-hdld. a. ANATHEMA. from f. fame it fliallappear that at a fentence begun with are ANARCH. 9 hold Held by the anchor. deformed. ad.if '-6-ra. a. refolvcs of manner compounds refolving component an'-a-ly-zur. ANARCHY. anatomical ftudies the ftrufture of animal parts. which or which an-a-lit'-ty-kal- ANALYTICAL. a. The Aug or ANCIENT.to hold ANCHOR. ANARCHIAL. Claimed a.birth. of f.for- ftreamer ANCILNT.f. ank'-6-rite. That a- thing into firftprinciples . ank'-ur-edzh. ANATIFEROUS. the body . words fhould which have been in a port. That which has of properties In To an ANATHEMATIZE. belongingto anatomy . . to ftopat.by means f. diflccl: an rcfulve v. the honour of a family. A an-tfh6'vy. ANATOMY.f. ANCHORED. The an-at'-to-my. an'-fef-tur. To n.where the whole of government.part. poftponed. old. a. that A reclufe. an-a-fa'r-ka. author of confufion. A heavyiron. One of anceftors . ANCHORITE. accurfcd by ecclefiaftical an-a-tlf'-fe-rus. a an-a-m6r-f6'-s!s. Ground ANCHORAGE. the anchors of a fhip. an-a-tfie-mat'-y-kal. an-n.or a'n-flient. in exzA fcveral claufes of by To a. f. a the rule.f. ank'-ur. mulation accu- intereft.y f. The ad. kal-ly.ANA A thingswith regardtofomc circumflances twccn or of intereftupon f. which has He an-at'-to-mize. f. f. a. one that bodies. f. ad. ANATOMIZE. The ANATOCISM. C N ank'-ur. ducing Pro- ufed ANCIENT. f. ANANAS. the doctrine of the ftructiire feeling the body. To drop- fubftance is ftuffed with humours. are or an-attl'-e-ma. f. ANALYZER. effcds. to lie at anchor. f. a. that proceeds by analyfis.f.an-as'-tro-fL-.f. an-ar'-ky-al. ANASARCA. f. V. an-attl"-e-ma-tl 'ze. ANATHEMATICALLY. word. feafoning. by ANATHEMATICAL. f.a hermit. animal and ftinftly. an'-:i-lyze.by beingfixed to the ground. . anathematical much manner. properly ancienty. To pronounce authority. an'-ark. ank'-S-ret^ If. A figure. ank'-ur-red.whether any of an-it'-t6-s!zm. a folution or mental. view. parts. of a fhip.v. any thingwhich confers ftability. Relating ANATOMICAL. an-at'-t6-m!ft. fkeleton . f. an-a-tom'-l-kal. ftatewithout a of dif- perfondefcends. magiftracy. A curfe pronounced ecclefiaftical authority. the nQ: of dividing any thing. reprefentation. ANATOMICALLY. ANCHOR. analyzing. precedent. pituitous ferles defcent. caftanchor upon . That the power of pointof another. Lineage. an-a-l!t'-ty-kal-ly. An fy. f. fimpleconftituent or To In any ANALYTICALLY. Want an'-ar-ky. caft anchor. when an . compound manner.

on up- fore. they become a-nu'. ANDROGYNUS.partaking a enfign. . ang'-gu-lar.f. partaking the end of at To fpitturns. f. v. ANGLE^ unpublifhed . A a-nent prep. to fifh. provoke. ANDROGYNALLY. ANGULARLY. f. an angry with ner. ang'l. meffenger. Fulnefs try to gain by fomc idiom. joined. windingsand turnings. ANFRACTUOUSNESS. f. f. ANGRY. ANGER. ANDIRON. In of vefTels in the human defcription ANGLE.in- f.another time . ANGIOGRAPHY. Refembling f. an-drog'-y-nal. f. old times. The Sn-a-mig'-gri-fj-. honour and'. Jn'-ek-dote. an-jel'-y-kal. ang'-gu-lar-ly. With ad. f. a To ad. . or zngcls.as. a. mcafure angry tween fpace interceptedbe- Th. a. ANGERLY. a a difeafe of the lated. fomevvhat ment. hook other. having the . oppofite againft. the of phroditical . artifices. ANGER. inftrument An ang'l. an-jel'-lik. ANGELICAL. {hot. human. of nature a. ANGRILY.Gfting the winds. God ufed in afFairs . ANGUISH. ANCIENT. ANENT. ANEW. an in arteries. Excellence ANGELICALNESS. ANGULARITY. of a plant. an-drog'-y-nis. now riag.A A G N a'n-flient: f. wind a body. her- Something yet ANEMOMETER. is uneafmcfs fmart of enrage. in human a bad fenfe. fcxcs. Anti- than more d of ancient The fentenccs terms and -!-run. i f. K ANGU- . The -e-mof-ko an foretel pe. over . a an-frak'-tftio-usnes. the f. man- anger j flamed. which ncvly. ang'-glur. ANDROGYNAL.above ANGELICK. Exceffively ang'-gw!fti-ed. the fifliers line and ANGLER. the f. both ang'-gur. a line. angles.about. pained. ANGLICISM. invented to f. ANCIENTRY. ANGLE-ROD. two refembling receiptof any an-dr6g'-y-nal-ly. ANGULAR. painful. rn-fhent-nefs. and f. of con. n-fhcnt-try. f. Exceffive ang'-gwifti. n-jel-Ihot. ANGLE. ANGELICA. fexes. ANGOEER. a f. an-jel-y-ka. ANEMOSCOPE. A v^ng-gy-og'-gra-fy. ANCIENTNESS quity. fecret hifrory. ANEMOGRAPKY. ad. Concerning. Havinganglesor corners. An ang'-gly-sSzm. lineage. lity of beingangular. An the wind. an-e-mom'-me-ter. a filh with To a. In ad.to manner. A an'-je-!6t. ing'l-rod. ANECDOTE. kind of pear. N a.The particle by which AND. ang'-gur-Iy. with that fifties f. a. ang'-gri-ly. f. which changes of ANEURISM. rod. a gels an- tiful beau- pieceof ancient money. ang 1. Chain an Englift appearance Touched of anger.and v. Hermaa. The name or ANGUISHED. to ad.lruhitj. ang'-gry. diexceffively a again. of mind f. a f. in which fire-grate. injury . angle. A of of darknefs f. in a'n-(hent-ly. angelis fometimes perfonJ hook f. The quaang-gu-lar'-I-ty. fpirit employed by ANGELSHOT. ANGELOT. a. each interfering f. ANCIENTLY. rod infinuating He The are ftick to hung. With Irons mifical in. in the ftile of love. take to hook. The bonrer of of angels. A ang'-go-ber.an-jtr-ly-kd!-nes. Angelical. an-em to To -o-ne. inftrument contrived ANEMONE.f. a Originally n-jel. chine ma- wind. ad. pain either body. the to. An maphrodite. conjunction. -u-rlzm. manner. Anger ang'-gur. of defcription an f. flower. G angels. lines two f. in a new Over ANGEL. are longing be- human.

ank'l-bdne. ANNEX. which fcented feeds. an-y-mad-vcV-fhun. a. .the to nothing. . ANGUST. To of animal To annexing. paflionate malignity. That an'-y-ma-tur.f. a. The That a. the ail of celebration of the dn'-y-ma-tcd. animal which belongs fition to fpiritual.f. piercethrough. an- That a. To f. 1. with the revolution of the year i annual. to incite. reduce quicken. in'-y-mdte. has the f. That ANNIHILABLE. ANHELOSE. Out of breath. a. Reproof. or relates to animals That . an'-y-mabl. f. ANIMOSE. ANIENTED. A ANIMALCULE. the ftateof ANIMATIVE. f. beingangular.Fruftrated. to To to.with largefweet panting.f. of ad The ANISE. ANIMATE. annul. ANIL. ANILITY. v. ad f. ank'-ur. ANNIVERSARY.to pafscenfures To upon. ANIMADVERT. ANNALIST. ANIMATE. of enlivening . ANGULOUS. we fay a ftupid ANNEXION. f. angles. union. rowed. an'-ll. an-y-mid-ver'-tiir. A c reature ANIMAL. a. 7 f. man is an animal. f. The ad of ANNEXMENT. an'-nats. a-nl le-nefs.N A f. The ad of annexing. a. that which animatingor FormeJ a. ANIGHTS. to unite a fmaller thingto a greater. part. it returns in the courfe of the year . To the liquid meafure A awm. obfervation. f. an-he-lofe. Full of fpirit. of hatred . leaves prepared. f. addition. ANIMAL. an-guft'. confider. The an-y-ma'-fhun. ANNALS. A writer of annals. Hiftoriesdigefted in the exaiSt order of time.fevere cenfure. life. upon. a. f. The ANKL. encou- a. an-nek-sa'-fhun. has the power of judging. which giveslife. of an-nek'-lhun. the ftate of making narrow. Vehemence an-y-mos'-sl-ty. an-y-mal'-kule. an'-y-mate.f. the fmall animal. f. ftate of being f. ang'-gu-li-ted. The ang'-gu-lir-ncs. leg. ANGULATED. ANKER. gular. ANIMATOR. The an-ni-hy-la'-fhun. an-y-mad-vert'. ANNEAL. reducingto nothing. turning Rea. an-y-mo'fe. beingnar- hot. to which of exiftence. Conthat pafTes obferves or cenfures. ANNATS. ANIMADVERSIVE. be put into life. -nis. That jointwhich joinsthe the ankle. of power ad animates beingenlivened. a. an-he-la'-fhi. Firft fruits. ANIMADVERTER. of quality a. ang'-gu-lus. of givinglife. ANIMADVERSION.f. ANNIVERSARY. To unite to at f. of apium or parffpecies A ank'l. wom. a-ni'tes. f. celebrated as Lively.in. ANGUSTATION. an-ny-ver'-fa-ry. pofllffing Tigorous. an-ne heat any the true v. manner as to giveit temper. ANHELATION. He the end . that the colours laid to To n.an-m'-hy-labl. it may a To heat glafs.f. coalition. ANIMATION. fuch thingin a. To a. an ley.to give powers make animal may flate exiftence. ANKLE-BONE.f. ANNIHILATE.ad. adf of reduced rage. todeftroy. to thingannexed. ANNO . is ufed in oppo- anniverfary. living jundion. f. A day an-ny-vcr'-fi-ry. whofe from fourth part of the ^ a-nil'-ll-ty. a. ANIMABLE. v. alive. an-neks'-ment. an-y-mad-ver'-siV. The an-guf-t4'-fhun.n. an-neks'. by way contempt. an-nl'-h!-late. v. poreal coran'-y-mil. be put out ANNIHILATION. ANILENESS. ftrait. with ANN I on v. to the old age of may foot The bone of an'-na-lift.to obferve. ANIMALITY. a. The an-y-mal'-l-ty. ANGULARNESS. Narrow. ANIMATED. an'-y-ma-tiv. Alive. a. f. to nothing. Hooked. ANNEXATION. The ftalks indigois and In the fhrub night-time. an'-nalz. ANIMOSITY. an'-y-en-ted. an'-y-mal.

folemnjzed March. foon Qiiickly. obligedto give an acto . ANONYMOUSLY. ANNOUNCE. a-no-rek'-fy. f. a name. an of law. ANOMALOUSLY. f. Yearly. to ANOINT. a. To . ANSWERABLE. proportionto to . ANSATED. ANOTHER. n. form of a form an'-nu-la-ry. not any Not one's the fame. DOMINI. ANNOY. an-noy'-ur. an-nun'-fy4te. confccrate a-noin-tur. ANSWER.v. an-nu'-y-tant. number. Irregular. . incommode. a. ANOMALY. ad. Addition an'-ser.f.f. number. a. an-noy'. f. To fpeak in turn fpeakin reto oppofition.or authoritative a That which or pofition queflion. Having an'-nu-let. to which count made. ANNOYER. f. To an-nul'. an-noy'-anfe. ANNUNCIATION-DAY. f. virgin. a of uncluous lizard. de- ANOMY. irregularity. To da. the aft of To a. our N an-uth'-ur. return of the tofucceed. v. a-non ad. a. proportionateto . be a-noint. To which pain. f. the Lord. ANNUNCIATE. Injury. ANNOTATOR. an-nou'nfe. to an'-sa-ted. littlering. an-noy'. S That a. matter . an Anomaly. ANNUL. to . f. ANNOTATION. an'-fer-abl. ANNULARY.to producethe wifhed fummons. by f. fentence. to be equivalentto. " from that which perfon that annoying. ANSWER. The Irregular. an'-no-ta-tur. to writer of A coramentator. a. a. be accountable for. former f. v. Without that annuity. judicial ANNOY.ANN In an'-no-dom'-y-m. an'-nu-lar. former to a memory a. an'-6-my. ANNULAR. with over unftion. ANSWERABLY. f. analogy or f. Explication. . That which ANNOYANCE. name. ad. note. ANNO year of A the power an'-no-lis. Irregularity viation a-nom'-a-ly. ANON. nullify . ANODYNE. - . appear a to a church. correfpondent replymay . Ira-nom'-a-lus-ly. to fuit with. refpondto.v. f. a-non'-y-muf-ly. ANOMALISTICAL. That a. now and then. To to v. That be equal to. vex. ANNOLIS. by falutation of the blelTcd angel's on the of twenty-fifth any call. year. like American An mal. generalmethod ad. To a ANNULET. an'-o-dyne. felf.widely different. from deviating annoys To a. mitigating ANOINTER. of to reduce make void. to Having the a. every ANNUITANT. ANOMALISM. lowance. yearlyal- one more. bringtidings. notes. the rings. a-nom'-a-lus. to rub a-nom'-i-lizm. ANOMALOUS. A yearlyrent an-nu'-y-ty. a is faid in confutation charge.ani- To a an-no-ta'-fliin. ANOREXY. To has anoints. of things. other. a-nom-a-lls'-ty-kal. an-nun-fya'-fhunin to an'-fer. an'-nu-al-ly. which is reckoned that which the by year j rule. v. to ftand as opany claim or petition correlative to fomethingelfe. f. . To a. In an'-fer-ab-ly. f. annoys. molcftation. regularly. a. a. ANNUALLY. ANNUAL. nothing. day celebrated of the to givean to coraccount. to bear or pofite event an-nu-me-ra'-fhun. . Wanting ANONYMOUS. ring. to fatisfy . Breach a-non'-y-mus. The A an-nu'-me-rke. ANNUITY. Inappetency. receives or polTefTes He paidfor of life or term years a a . add To a. to Having handles. To to a queftion . ad. publifli. due proportion. proclaim. f. yearly. ANNUMERATION. ANNUMERATE. declare to by a v. comes lafts only a year. the The perfon that -nu-al.

aft. againft contend Good f. ftate of The dn-te-fc'-dcnt. Tiiat ANTEPILEPTICK. f. a. ANTEMERIDIAN. an'-tiz. An emmet.--Iep-'tIk. The ANSWERAELENESS. . that One leads another. an-tig'-5-mze. convulfions. ANTARTHRITICK. ant'. Pillars of largedimenfions ANTHEM. f. ANTASTHMATICK. kills worms. former ANTEAMBULATION. with correfpoaJcnce . Good A an-te-fe'de. ANTEAKT.f. or goes an'-scr-ur. f. Efficacious the fame dn-tS-me-rldzh'-an. ANTECEDENT. before. the ANTELOPE. f. ledion ANTHONY'S kind of f. "f. ANTERIOUR. ANTAGONIST. that feeds ANTHILL.a. cryfipelas. an againft apoplexy. A ANTANAKLASIS. f. ANTECESSOR. a ant'-bcr. ANTECEDENTLY. A an'-to-nyz-fJ're. an-te-fe'-dent.preceding.a. That an-thcl-mln'-tn'k. A colleaion an-tlTol'-t. has written chamber who . real time . which an -them. on an'-tg-ditc. a colleflion o/^evotions . fignification . PrsIn-te-fe'-dent-ly. in figure in rhetorick. ANTEDATE. The ANTBEAR. the ftateof that To another. in grammar.f. or To fer pre- an-te-pre-d!k'-a Somethingpreviousto . walkingbefore. fomething Exa. v. two. f. of ANTEPAST. To f. an-t"-f^s'-fur. Being ANTEMETICK. Thelail an"-ti-pa-nuk'. a. He ANSWERER. to things cxdeluge. a. ANTECEDENT.an-te-am-bu-la-fliun. Good ANTECEDE. n ANTI!RAX. the wreathed or to. ANTAGONIZE. a. f. A goat with an'-tc-iope.a. A cavity that leads into the fto. which being befoie. file fouthern ant-e-m^t'-lk. it is the end at matter of a alfo word if not a in is a trary con- the to returning to Relating ant-ar-tlTrit'-ik. a"S an'-tc-p6ne. another. the venereal againft ANTAPOPLECTICK. peated re- ant-d-frO-dlt'-ik. .when a different manner. Priority an-tt-ry-Or'-y-ty. a. ANTARKTICK. of beinganfwerable. predicaments. ab!"-. Going -ryiir. A holyfong. a col- of poems. A which longparenthefis. was medicine pole. a. the he that manages that anfwers one againft controverfy . ANTECEDENCE. difeafe. ANTAPHRODITICK. thingto one the gout. before n. cede pre- an-te-fe'-denfe. an-ta'rk-tlk.v. date To a.-in'-te-tfh-'m-bir. rance protube- noils.f. goingbefore. animal that leads to the chief apartment. go before. an-t:-d}-kV-vyan. the doiSlrine of f. To has before the world. unt-af-mat'-lk. of flowers .nach. an'-fer-abl-ncfs. qunllty ANT.^. afthma. An ant'^hiL f. earlier than pifmire. ANTES. To the ANTEDILUVIAN. mcnt. ANTEPENULT. f. fuit- proper vioufly. an'-te-akt. againft ANTERIORITY. fubjoined. f. f. To firft. ANTEPREDICAMENT. ants. to f. ad. againft the againft f. the That noun to before. ANTEMUNDANE. ANTEPONE. the relative is 5 an-te fupportthe a. with opponent an trary con- . a.a. A an'-te-paft. a f. a. the power Ant-:'-ni-kl:i'-sIs. ANTHOLOGY. noon. front of building. Going which goes before.an-tc-ftum'-uk. before. v. but fyllable Int-i-po-plek'-tlk.ANT ANT proportion . The ANTECPIAMDER. earth of in fmall which before ifting before iftiiig their make ants contends One who an-tAg'-o-nlft. FIRE. the fore-tafte. another. ANTHELMINTHiCK. an-te-miin'-dane. to date before the proper time. ANTESTOMACH.a. curled horns. A ant-ep-. To v. relating deluge. f. That or flopping preventing vomiting.

ANTIPATHY. a a mineral fubftance. a it oppofesbecomes quality a. . pofite ty. ANTHRAX. the plague. f. Having the expelpoifon. ANTICHRISTIANISM. The is- nature. ad. foretafte. f. ANTICK. ANTIPARALYTICK. The an-ttTrO-pol-'-O-jy. cannibals. ANTHROPOLOGY. kid- laws. ANTIPATHETICAL. f. gefticulation.of Contrariety Chriftianity. f. ANTHROPOPHAGI. The tangent. The oppofesthe f. to oppofite a ANTICONVULSIVE. that a buffoon. tence in which the laft part is lower firft. With :ui'-t!k-ly. for antechamber. takingup fomething palfy. a. ANTIMONIAL. ANTICOURTIER. prevent him Good v.fo before the time up to as to . ANTIPOPE. a.an'-ty-k6r. an'-tlk. He an'-ty-p6pe.an-tHrO-pif-afevers. f. ANTICK. A preternatural ANTICOil.y-kd! natural contrarietyto any an'-tik. ANTIACID. To of logarithm fecant. a. Odd. grammar. a Againft perfoji. dodrine A the fkin. Alkali. an-ttTr6-p6f'-a-ji. the againft to any thing. tion contradic- a. convulfions.a. Shakefpeare of eatinghuman quality Good a. ANTHROPOPHAGY. foretafte. againft in a ' an-ty-pef-ty-len Efficacious ANTIPHRASIS.f. Opto ChrifHanity. againft an-tlf'-fra-sLs. dn-t^krlf-tfhdn'-i- take an-ty-m6-iia'r-ky Made a. pof- tures. a ANTINEPHRITICK. government by fingle a. A fenin-ty-kll'-miks. Oppofition contrariety ANTICHRISTIANITY. ANTICIPATE. thing. burns which ANT globe. fine. an-tlTr5-p6s'-o-fy. ridiculoudy playsanticks. a. ANTICHRISTIAN. a- f.fo contrariety the neys. ANTIMONARCHYCAL. act of the reins and f. on who. A an'-ty-no-my. Corruptly an'-ty-t(ham-bur. The fenfe to oppofite their ufe of meaning. : fhal. written f. ANTICIPATION. ANTICKLY. ANTIMONY. f. ling fuela horfe's breaft. a. ANTIPTOSIS. . which or power Man-eaters. He or ufes odd wild. A medicine given an'-ty-dote. Thofe people dn-tip'-6-des. that ufurps popedom. pre- f. or which is to take take an not yet. ANTINOMY. to ANTHROPOPHAGINIAN. Relatingto ANTIPODAL.an-t^-kris'-tfhI-nlfm. ANTIPODES. living their feet the the other fideof the to oppofite diredly an-t. quality ANTIFEBRILE. ANTIPESTILENTIAL. ANTICLIMAX. man. the f."-c6n-vur-slv. ANTHYPNOTICK. ANTILOGARITHM. a. word. than another. a. between two or to Chriflianity. a. an. an-tlTr6-p6f'-a-jy. the antipodes. fcab blotch or that of anatomy. to fomethingfooner of f. knowledgeof the of nature kal. f. an"-ty-d6'-tal. A from anthropophagi. has the power of preventing deep. court. ANTI- . of counteradling poifon. f. ANTHROPOSOPHY. f. an-ty-is'-ld. an-t"'-kns'-tfh'm. f. to f. f. to his heart. ANTIPERISTASIS. an-ty-nl-frlt'-Ik. clude. f. Good than the climax. an-ty-mo'-nyal. an-ty-pa-tlTet'. an-ti'p'-6-dal. formed gainft by ludicrous ANTICHAMBER. ANTIDOTE. Antimony an'-ty-mun-ny. flefh. to Havinga before its time. by which one L cafe isput for another. of fomethine. ^ji-ty-Iig'-a-rI:tTm of the complement f. an-ty-par-a-llt'-lk. f. A natural an-t!p'-a-tfiy. f. oppofite heightened. impreflion as if it really was . metalline difcafes of againft Efficacious To an-tls'-fy-plte.ANT an'-ttiraks. in fhun it involuntarily by which contrary quality. jy -nyan.ty-fc'-brilc. The an-tls-fy-pa'-fhun. ANTIDOTAL. an-ty'-pl-rls'-ta-sls of oppofition words odd as oppofedto fympathy. f. or antimony. One an-ty-co'rt-ycr.have ours. That ant-h!p-not'-ik. A figure in an-tip-t6'-s!s.

A ap'-ep-fy. ANTRE. an-te'k-nes. f. ANTISPASIS. riies immediately a. again!!: of mind f. and ANTONOMASIA.f. heart. We layshis metal to be ANXIETY.f. the a6t of opening. an'-ty-kwd-tcd-nes. inquietude. APETA- . A V. APE. ad. Openly. remains blows which ANXIOUS.full a'-6-rIft. The an'-tur. ad. one at ward to- To APE. an'-vil. f. APARTMENT. of lity qua- ad. Trouble of retired a. Difturbed a. To make To ftate of f. ap'-ert-nes. fpeedily . ANTISPLENETICK. in fet of ant'-lur. Oppofition. an-ty-ftro-mat'-ik. f. of quality which has opening. fpetch. a. a from APERIENT. thing unquietly. In parts. f. the king's evil. Open. times. ANTITHESIS. a-pe'-ryent. In a the to pierce pofture ground. deprcffion. Every. . a.f. The ank'-fyuf-nes. an . proper diftance. AN TISCORBUTIC kil. place. of fome name for Cicero. APERT. faythe lownefs of fpirits.in which. Solicitoufly. an-te'k. ANTISTROPHE. an-ty-fplen'-e-tJk. pafTage. a-pert'. revulfion. obfolcte. APATHY. That an'-ty-tipe. in an-us'-trO-fe.gap a APERTLY. the relieving cramp. a. the the north. contrail. haftily. event. ank-si'-e-ty. a-or'-ta. Branch ANTOECI. of old fafhion. Old times. rooms. ANTITYPICAL. beingobfolete. the fmith on of genuineantiquity . Ancient. a-pa'fc. a cavern.whoever. f. To monkey imitator. which That a. dp'-ert-ly. explainsthe type. an'-ny. f. APEAK. ode an of beinganxious. ANTIQUE. f. the venereal againft ANTLER. old age. tates ape imi- an ad. Thofe live under the fame the fame diftance from the equator . ank'-fyus. v. APART. the other to the fouth. AORTA. ANTISPASTICK. APERTNESS.f. a-pe ke. f. Exemption from pafap'-a-ttTy. That a. a. a'pe. A is term theology. That has which the of power cines Median-ty-fpas'-tlk. of the left ventricle of th" fion. a-pa'rt. a room. Gentlypurgative. lofs of natural con- codlion. a at a the reft f. any ad. A dn'-tt-kwa-ry. A an-t6-n6-ma'-fya. AORIST. an-to-e-si. open place. f. an-tltfi'-e-sls. a. A d-pa'rt-ment. fome ANY. great artery which The the other company. dignity. actions. f. block future event. laid. for from Separately ftateof diftiniStion . a main reantiquity. nn-te'k. the fcurvy. APERTURE. flag's inhabitants f. a.". an-tik'-kw!-ty. ANTITYPE. form of of meridian. name. a. an'-t|-k%v:it". human fhadowed about fome APACE. of ancient modern not . An about The beingantique. Theaftofopcn^ ap'-er-turc.a. ANXIOUSLY. f. a'pe. ANTIQUE. f. A The f. the fecond ftanza of every three. Opennefs. ANTIQUITY. Qiiick. ANTISTRUiVEATICK. APEPSY. againft f. f. a-per'-fhun. an-ty-ve-ne'-ryal. Good careful. which on forged. ANTISPASMODICK. ANTIQUARY. ANVIL. ANTIVENEREAL. refembled or which out by the type. ank'-fyuf-ly. the earth who of a horn. out an-ty-fpaz-mod'-ik. caufe which a Efficacious in difeafes of the fung in fplcen. of old times . f. An opening.A NT APE f. the difeafe. ANTIQUENESS. an-ty-tip'-!-kal. ftu- man is put the dious of Orator antiquity. are ANXIOUSNESS. revulfion iron den. Indefinite. whatever. kind of a. ing. ANTIQUATE. uncertain an-t^'-fkor-bd'-ty- AL.a APERTION. a-per'-i-t!v. ANTIQUATEDNESS. The an-tis'-pa-sis. Good of any humour. Good APERITIVE. lity qua- of the antients . an as imitate. a. folicitude .

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To fatisfy. witnefs. v. an APOSTATIZE. a.not . ap'-"-them. APOSTEMATION. a. APPEAL. religion. APOSTEMATE. be vifible. vifibility apoftles. f. removal A of a as fuperior accufation . f. tho'. To be in fight. exhibited To a-pos'-tro-fize. In the to fright. APPALEMENT. indubi- APPARENTLY. whofc perfonthan the real . Lands ap'-pa-nije. reality. ap-pe'l. APOSTLESHIP. for the maintenance apoftate.fhow. One a-p6s'-tate. dignity vered Delia-pof-tol'-y-kal. what a profeffedit has is : of forfake one's hollow a purulenttumour. A remarkable faying.an P f. v. v. ap-pel'-lant. APOSTEME. Departurefrom :i-p6s'-ta-fy. an filledwith APOZEM.exap-par'-el. He that appeals. to transfer call another law. APOSTUME. of younger of ahoufe. to APOTHEGM. a-p6s'tl. f. a a caufe . divcrfion of fpeechto another To ad. APOSTOLICK. employmentit f. A ap'-o-fteme.the deck. a. man to A vehemency. The a-pof-te-ma'-fhun. fear. A To n. To or a walking fpeclre. APPEAR. f. a-po-tfie'-6-sls. f. ap-pe'tlh. Toaccufe. APPAREL. To an remainder quantities. of the To openly. fpirit . of impreffion that has for- religion. the providedfor the purpofe. to caufe from a lowclt v. f. open. To ap-pa 1. . vifibility . In rhetorick. ternal APPAREL. APOSTLE. Charge ap-p^'tfti-mcnt. another f. to coverable . faken his manner APPAL. . ap-pe'r. abfcefs. The a-p6s'tl-(hip. only apparent. Appearance. APOSTATICAL. particularly applied to Saviour deputed to preach the office a apoftles. apoftles. are To a-pos'-te-mate. Deprcffion. a. fomething of fome luminary.. APOTOME.to real . APOSTASY. v. APOTHECARY. 1. ip'-v-zvm. decotlion. manner ture furni- table ap-pa'-rent. againft any an common as f. to to feem. intend a officer of the ecclefiaftical court. . f. whom f. a. ap'-of-tume. in plainbeyond dif- pute. did fpeechappointed comma. not fhowi entry into a pL^cc outfit. the ufe of from A hollow mour tu- is to keep medicines for falc. ToAPPEACH. by To a. f. n. with or cover APPARENT. Evidently. cenfure. fwel- them mandates. a fpirit . n. drefs. APPEACHMENT. Drefs. n. ap-par'-el. femblanco. The ap-pc'-rans. to f. A man a-pottt'-c-ka-ry. v. a-pos'-tro-fe. our V. a. or APOSTOLICALLY. to become exhibit one's felf before to reality oppofition . ap-pa-rish'-un.V-y-tur. f. f. a To addrefs by require. To hollow Thofe accompli"meiitof the tools of as fet apart f. To To P prefs. a-p6f-t6l'-y-kal-ly. The ap-p. APPAY. aa of coming into fight .not APPARITION. of an apoftle. breaks off his afte"iion or fome O P vifibleas a be court . things habiliments. a. APOSTATE. the thingfeen . vefture. v. word by in grammar. a-pof-tol'-llk. f. v. a vifibleobje"t ad. differenceof two The incommenfurable f. or ap-pe APPEALANT. APOSTOLICAL. APPEARANCE. vifible. the contraftion of as. gofpel. APPANAGE. inferior to APOTHEOSIS. a-pcl-tat'-y-kal. perfon font A a equipage. ling. apoftrophe.A fpeech. trade. purulentmatter. f. feeming. f. to reproach. a-p6t'-6-mc. APPEAL. Plain. Deification. generallyapplied religion. cloath . the not ap-pd'. APPARATUS. the de- children. APPARITOR. dif- prcfumptive. ap-pa'-rent-ly. APOSTROPHIZE. to one man. ap-pa-ra-tus. f. of gathering which To fvvell and corrupt into matter. f. any a-pos'-ta-tke. Taught by APOSTROPHE. certain. in the court a call upon any witnefs. for though. After the a. ap-pa'l-ment.

nefs to be applied. That APPERTENANCE. In APPLICABLY. added v. APPEASE. thing. Something APPLICABILITY. APPETITIVE. A rightline APPLICATE. f. company. longing . he that one belongsto any rank or dignity. Annexion. That which a. the its efTence.me fpecics . Approbationloudly ap-pla'z. ap'-pc-ttt-iv. to tliehand clapping APPLAUDER. APPENDIX. APPEASEMENT. Fitap'-ply-kabl-nes. To praifeby general. V. violent f. or To meter. APPLIABLE. a. challenger. APPENDAGE. APPETITE. f. To pacify. ap-pc-ti-bll'-I-ty. a. ap-pcl-la'-fhun. pupilof the eye. as cording ad. appended an f. a. to quiet. APPETENCY. APPENDICATE. in a ftateof peace a. APPELLEE. The Jiaturaldcfirs ap'-pe-tite. another to commends. relating APPETENCE. curve. v. ing. annexed. aft of applying. f. of beingdcfirablc. horfe. APPEND. . applyingany thingto another . Reap-pe'-zabl-nes. concomitant. APPELLATION. a. f. a. added. APPENDANT. ap'l-wum-un.Defirable. To thingupon another. which be applied. The ap-ply-ka-bll'-y-t}'- of beingfitto be applied.f. probability. defires. adventitious part. accelFory. or adjunct long To beAPPERTAIN. to f. ap-pli'd. To ap-p^'z. APPERTAINMENT. properly add to another thing. ap-pen'-dant. To ap-pen'^dy-kutc. thingapplied. expreflcd. f. ap'-ply-kabl. That perfonthat P P f. f. n. or To f. f. APPLICATION. APPEASER. ftateof which belongsto APPERTINENT. APPELLANT. f. a hi^^hcr APPETITION. That a.to . the thing to any perfon as a applied . bifedl the diar f. the of manner nouns appellative. APPELLATORY. Defire. pleafure . ap-pe-tis'h-un. tiic The fruit of the appletree. A ap-pel'-la-tlv. f. ap-per'-te-nans. man. ap-p'r-ta'n-ment. \ fire. APPELLATE. He dp-pi'-zur. Ap-pcn-d^-kV-fhun. Reconcileable. f. ap'l. pealed againft. v. kcennefs of ftomach. Name. the ail of applying for of the means petitioner cinploymcHt any i of M a ccrtaia . which a. a. n. quality of f. ap-pe'-zabl. He that praif^^s f. A ap-pe'z-ment. fomething APPENDANT. ap-pli'-abl. pacifies. ap-pen'-dAje. . or add to To hang any as an fomething to to without beingncccffary thing. ip-per-ta to as of right to to nature. ^ P mien prefcnce. ap-pend'. Belong- 1 C Carnal ap'-P'^'-t"^'ns. to power. that another to. a. A ap-pel'-lant. put reconcile. APPLEWOMAN. Acap-pel'-lA-tlv-Iy. concijeablenufs. APPELLATIVELY.". fo drawn acrofs to as a APPENDICATION. The aft ap-ply-ka'-fliun. Something ap-pen'-diks. belong by . contains an who is ac- cufed. to good. APPLIANCE. ap'-P-^-ten-fy. ap'-pe-tlbl. a. APPEASABLE. v. ap-pe The appears. concomitant. quality That a. f. ap-pcr'-ty-nent. likelihood. APPLE. ap'-ply-kab-ly. f. An accidental ap-pen'-dant. APPEASABLENESS. manner as that it may be fuch applied. all of the fame to common kind or n. That ap-pel'-la-tur-ry. APPLICABLE. appeal. which may be applied. de- f. quietsdillrurbanccs. One ap-pel-le'. in praife ap-pla-dur. ap'-p'y-kate. which APPETIBLE. f. f. hunger. -rur. The APPETIBILITY. APPELLATIVE. APPEARER. that appealsfrom a lower f. may APPLICABLENESS. f. The ap-pli'-ks. To the defireof fenfual APPLAUSE. peace. ad. APPLAUD. Hanging to elfe.A P A exhibition of the perfonton court. The perfonapap-pel'-Jaic. A woman that fellsapples.

f. ap-prof. fupport. APPOSITELY. ap-prS-hen'-s!v-ly.fit. A APPRAISER. v.furniture . . fearful. application. a. near to. The aft ap-pr6-ba'-fliun. priceupon APPREHEND. as time progrefs towards. any a. ap-pra'ze. ap-pro tfli. APPOINTMENT. APPRAISE. v. thing. APPLY. to APPLICATORY. conceived. f. order decree. to keep at To as wound a upon or to put to In eftablifh thing by any fix any To decree j to that fettles by beingapprehenfive. P P APPREHENSIBLE. propriety. applying. a. to a ap-point'. himfclf pleafed j approving. to That ap-prl-hen'-slbl. particular intenfenefs of . to or apprehended. To lay on f. APPREHENSIVE. f. He ap-poin'-tur. . n.in accefs . conceive terrour. APPORTIONMENT. ap-po'r-fliun-ment. inftru"lhim f. lation. a. ObAPPROOF. hold fet any to fet . furnifiiin all points.diredlion.clofe afFair. mere the acl of to be Belonging APPREHENSION. APPRENTICE. To drawmake .. means inform. ap-pren'-tis. To underiland APPREHENSIVELY. APPRIZE. ap-pro'-pry-dbl. upon a * fuitablenefs.a.v. To addition puttingof cafe. To APPROACH. a. the faculty conceive ideas . The perfon dp-pro'-tfliur. The fixes. approaches. which may be Not ap-prO-pInk'. ^ put apprentice. APPROACHMENT. ap-pren'-tls-hud. or f. is apprentice to pafs under To ap-pri'ze.eftablifhment. of bring drawing advancing. fufpicion new of fome- thingto one fuitable. One ip-pra-hen'-dur. to upon. attention to fome -a-tiv. APPOINTER. a. The a-p6-zlfh'-un. who a perfonappointed thingsto be ap-pre-hend v. APPRO f. That a.feizure. Commendation. APPRENTICESHIP. price fear. v. APPREHENSIVENESS. APPOSITENESS. queflions put years of years which mafter. allowance paid proportions. thing. ap-pllk APPLICATIVE. ia fervitude. out ad. atteftation. APPROBATION. kp'-po-zk. To thing. of the a ment with on . adapted. APPORTION. v. mentally. a. v. ap-pr6'tfh. work. Stipuap-point'-ment. which another To a. f. n. petitioner . of folete. Proper.well APPOSITE. Properly. of quality bound f. that for trial or mind j to fold. Fitnefs. The ap-pre-hen'-fhun. dividing APPOSE. of things fenticontemplation . conception by which we . locally . condition that the tradefman fhall. fitly. to eq\iip. To in ufe. is of his art. aft of f. To . To A P P To APPROPINQUE. to ap-pre-hen'-s!v. v. to order by the apprehends. to ply. endeavour To mean to mailer a as an The f. in the time. opinion. near two To matter. ap-ply medicaments lay ufe of to make as put relative have recourfe to. a. Ths ap-pr6'tfli-ment. APPREHENDER. draw near to. to To v. . apprentice's an an To a. fear . ap-pri'-zur. APPRENTICE. APPROACHER. to fix the mind a may ment. ap'-p6-z!t-ly. APPOINT. Theaft ap'-po-^'t-nes. One ap-pren'-tls. thought. in the fame nouns near f. to To ap-po'r-fliun. punifhthink of To f. out into portions. ap-pro'tih.upon fet to. coming near. ap-p6'ze. APPOSITION. injuft that ferve another APPRENTICEHOOD. longing Bea. manner. appropriated. The ap-pren'-tls-fhip. To an man.A end certain a ftudy. Quick" . v. . ad. fuitably. man trade. new in grammar. to draw near. f. to ftudy. . a. f. ACFI. equipment. feize. A Ip-pri-hen'-siv-nes f. APPROPRIABLE. covenant.or exprefling the liking of any thing. apprehenfive an f. ap''-ply-ki-tur-'ry. to to . a. To v. certain ufe . to a. To APPROACH.

bation. to difpofition any thing. juftiy. To make ap'-tiic. Approap-proV-ment. f. a. havinga tendencyto. appropriated an -vabl. APRICOT. The higherapfis APSIS. To a. rofive with ap-pr^V. to llriking eagle. Januarycounted APRON. f. APTNESS. to Water- iflinefs. any thing. That habits in- which grows in the a'-kwa-tile. That with pleafed fhow . APPROVAL. ready. Refembling ARANEOUS. cojifign claim ufe particular exercife or to peculiar. AQUEOUSNESS. to . f. VITJE. Wearing an apron. Fitnefs. which noun 4 -kv/a-f. to which tributes con- tilLi. AQUOSITY.- configncdto in law. in law. APPROVER. To APTATE. f.to keep the other drefs clean. The of f.v. a coba-ra'-nyus. quicknefsof appre- APPROPRIATOR. to a word APTLY. that approves is Beryl. a. f. Approbaap-pro'-vans. continual made approach The for . perigee.a. of apAQUA probation. to. ap-pro fome to A exclufive an annex law. . ap-pr^k-fy-m^'-fhun. the That water. one himfLlf. h'-kwL AQUA in ufe. ap-pro a. a. fought. ARBA- . The ARABLE.f. f. f. f. ar'-A-tur-ry. liking. ap a-kwofe. APPROVE.to alienate to to make apogee . acutely.hooked. q\i?Jificd 'v.v.APR To APPROPRIATE. a. He ap-pro-pry-l'-tur.f. fignification . f. of poffeiTed APPROVABLE. quick. the fixing of a particular ad. carrying AQUEOUS. ARATORY. apt'-nes. A cloth hung before. a. a f. ap'-ti-tdde. perfon.f. -prun. AQUILINE. APPROPRIATE. or for ornament. f. the ap-pro Ibme of fevering a and proper houfe. -pryate. The of act when the APPULSE. Near ap-proks-y-mate. APRIL. f. fitly. apt'-ly. Approbation. not vitriol. He Ap-pro'-vur. that which Brandy. as pertinently . a. . tendency. Appror. in -^ right. Properly. VANCE. A MARINA.to be prove. fourth moiith of the year. ap-pro'-val. Fit for tillage. a-kwe-us. a. piirpofe . Peculiar. ap-prO-pry-d'-fliun.ch to the water any thing. Watery. be- a A a'-prund. the lower. f. f.or dean f. and nearer nearer to the quantity flill. cor- nitre purified by diftilling a'-kwa-v!'-t:. the claim of any thing as peculiar . fit. water. a. Fitnefs . Waterinefs. or a'-pry-kot. .or nefice. AQUATILE. and chapter. difpofition. that is wit particular. -prydte.l'r-tis. ap'-sis. vers a the touch-hole of a great "\in. a-kwit'-Ik. kind of wall fruit. f. applied nofe. -pils. firft. A a-kwis -I't-y. APPRU he learned his declined with cafjs. led clined in- . web. APPROXIMATION.accufcs APPROXIMATE. APPROPRIATION. Water)^. or APT. f. fuitablenefs. That a. f. tendency application fomething to a particular APTITUDE. merit: To benefice ccclefiaftical to a . APTOTE. ap FORTIS. A pieceof lead which coAPRON. A'-kwe-duct. of The aft or pradice plowing. or R apt. agaiull a. tion. a'-kwa-ma-rf'-na. as an apt for. -tote. approbation. -pril. ak'-v/y-liae. to. benefice. aphelion. A Water. Fit.gc. another. APPROVEMENT. a'-pri'in. to make like. APRICOCK.confeiling AQUEDUCT. Not henfion AQUA. which f. a-ri'-fhun. a'-kwa-uf-nes. is denominated APRONED. readily. a. to worthy AQUA calcined he that makes of felony trial . liquormade AQUATICK. A com-eyancc that. ar-abl. which habits in- water. AQUOSE. ARATION. a. Refemblingan f. perihelion. perpetualufe of fome religious bufinefs very aptly. lege. a. or colbiflioprick. To exprefsliking j to to experience .

aftingby dr-bit'-tre-ment.f. office or jurifdiction of an archdeacon.art(h-bilh'-up-r!k. of agreedon by caufe a the by judge mutually a f. ARCADE. The fignal. a difcourfe of an on antiquity. form chief. a'r-bo-ret. on more ar-k-a-6-l6dzh'-ik. ftate. to j waggifn.vault of heaven nettle. a the determiner. f. f.Chief ARCHPRESBYTER. ARCHAIOLOGY. ARBITER. A plant. part of a courfe circle . With ad.f. ARCHCHANTER. Bent in the form arch. to ar-ka chief of prefbyter. artfh-dutfh'-es. a A ARCHED. cover the will. To of bridges. A difar-ka-6l'-6-jy. littleflirub. Chief. A to Belonging trees. f. other rule than the will no abfodefpotically. f. ing ARCHANGELICK. judge of. f. f. no to a'rt(h. A crofs-bow. artfli-fIl-6s'-6-fur. placeof profpect.a. '-ite. ARCH. ARCHANGEL. The artlh-de'kn-r"'. naturalift who A a'r-bo-rus. a'r-bi-tra-ry. ARBALIST. ad. determine . ARCHBEACON." An ARCHAISM. antiquitj'. ar'-ka-ifm. ARCHBISHOP. f. their mutual a build terminationchief chanter. pending Arbitrary. a'r-bi-trabl. to To a. to will and mere on -folute. trees . ARBITRATE. ARCHDEACON. ARBITRATOR. f. ARBITRAMENT. R ar'-tfhed. dependingon "ARBITRARIOUSLY. . ARBOUR. ARBITRARINESS. fpoticalnefs. ARCHDEACONRY. f. ARBORIST. angels. Part of continued f. philofopher. ARBITRABLE. own To a.f.determination ARBORARY.The ARCHBISHOPRICK. An ordinary extra- judgebetween party and party. ar-b!-tur. his or belong- tree or firft clafs^ One the of f. dead ark-a'n-jel. he that has the power . f. ar-bl-tra'-ryus.depen'ding by a with arches.choice. f. a A ar-bit'-tra-ment. chofen confent . a C buildingin a circle.or the firfl: clafs. arch. Belongark-an-jel'-llk.who other a'r-hute. an artfh-du ke. ark-a the fupplies ar-bi-tra-tur. f. fecrct. de- parties. bifnopshis the condud fuperintends ARCANUM. artfti-b^'kn. f. makes order higheft ARCHDUKE. lating a. The ARBITRATION. ARBOROUS. f. fegment. ARCH. arch. Deci- fion. f. ancient phrafe. or jurifdiftionof an archbifhop. archangels. A bower. Dea'r-bl-tra-rl-ncfs. ARCHANGEL. A'r-bLr.to fubniit . a'r-b!-tnUe. -ARBITRAMOUS. not circle. part. pro\'ince. f. ARBITREMENT. aba. f. the v/ill. princesof ter or Auflria and Chief A title givento Tufcany. compromife. lutely. The daughterof fif- the archduke of Auftria. a'r-bo-ra-ry.a ar-ki'd.. f.artlh-pres'-bI-ter. f. A -num. dea.capricious. a of ARCHPHILOSOPHER.v. determination.A ARC a'r-ba-llrr. ARBUSCLE. ftudy. of judge appointed determination they^o- whoft by the parties. an pre- tree. a'rtfh. artfli-de'kn. office of archdeacon. a'r-bl-tra-ri-ly. ^ARBITRARILY. Defpotick. upon a To judge. artfli-prcl ARCHPRELATE.mirthful. f. of fuffragans.v. ARBORET. ARBUTE. ARCHDUCHESS. cide. de- ar-bl-tra'-fliun. Strawbenytree. to prelate. ARCHDEACONSHIP.f. Of a. Will. a. Arbia. his fmall A a'r-bp-rift.ufedfor ARCH. trary. a'rtfli. . of the n-jel. Re- ARCHAIOLOGICK. a governour of fident . f. Accordmg ARBITRARY. rule. A bifhopof artfli-bifh'-up. a. aV-budcl. arches . ARCHER. Chief Any f. flirub. ar-bl-tra'-ryus-ly.f. f. luntarily than the half. . choice fegment f. rk. bifliop's placeand The One that office. The artfh-de'kn-fhlp. artfh-tfhan'-tur. ARC. to pleafure.a.

medicines a. a.f. ARGILLACEOUS. of To growingdry. as of original any refemblance is made. a. A profeffor of a'r-ky-tekt. Potters ARGIL. ARDOUR. a. To dry. ARENOSE. the aft of ftatc drying. has which furface The a-re'd. ARDUITY.OPAL. of contents the difcourfe or writing. Heat.to offer perfuade by argument. n.difficulty. ARCTATION. any any work fummcd up by way of abflratt. archer. clay. ARCHETYPAL. To reafon. a difputer. ar-ky-tek'-tlv. v. G R a-ren'-u-lus. a. ar-ku-i'-fhun. ar-gu-ment. ar'-tfhez-kort. a'r-gu-ur. a-re-na'-fhus. ARCHETYPE. A reafoner. white of gentlemen. ARDENTLY. be. Ho that fhoots with a f. writings Such a. prefenttcnfe the face. a.or the debatcaufes. vehement. Fulloffmall fand. a. a'-rya.the contriver thing. bright knights. The places where ancient ARCHWISE. an climb. That a'r-ky-trlve. a. AGONAL. bow. f. open ARGENT. Northern. tween befur- advife. The ar-re-fak'-fhun. ARCHIEPIS. Confifting ar-jil'-lus. f. courage. an ark-ta'-fliin. a. rcafons . which a'r-dur. burning. AREFACTION. eagernefs Hot. The a'r-ky-tek-tfhur. a'r-dc-nt. a'r-du-us. heat of afFedion. ar'-re-fy. A power ARCHEUS. archdeacon. to a'r-den-fv. ARDENT. the pores. a. ar-du'-i-ty. To f. In the form a. a.hard ARDUOUSNESS. fierce. ARCHITECT. f. ar-!ce'-us. pafTionate. to the ftate of largeveflcl for A carrack. A reafon the leged al- of fubje""t againft any thing. an coats of clay. the bowj with {hooting the act of the of art an feiftionatcly. a nd baronets filver. f. afFedtionate. the of the fcience of column which and ARCHIVES. ar-ky-e-p!s'-k6-pal. art or fcience of building .ARC A ar'-tfhur. fiery j ARDENCY. Lofty. Bear-ky-di-ak'-d-nal. afa'r-dent-ly. The prefides ARE. The act of bendingany . . the f. grav( f. The ar'-ka-type. ARCHER. ARDUOUS. a'r-gu. The that belongs confiftory ing of f archbifhop Canterbury.defire. f. ufeof thebow. N ARGU- . or confifting of ARCUATION. conirofor or verfy. to difpute. Height. Sandy. ARCUBALISTER. ARCHITRAVE. f. love. arch. of any ARCHITECTONICK. a. difficulty. Bent in the form ARCUATE. enta- a'r-kivz. oeconomy. of architeifture. a'r-ku-ate. forms per- pluralof lines any archbifhop. ARGILLOUS.a To arch. Having the in the armorial ufed cords re- are kept. ARENULOUS. ARCHERY. a'r-jent. of of argil. ARGUE. f.ar-ku-baI'-if-tur. fpiritual molt chief and the ad. or the of the pital. a. That ARCHITECTIVE. curvity. The ar'-tfhe-ry.v. f.Acrofsthing. ARENACEOUS. beingbent. ARGUMENT. a. of art a'r-du-uf-ncs. f. ARCHITECTURE. a. merchandife. f.f. Eagerly. To f. a-re-no'fe. ar'. ARGOSY. ar-jil-li'-fhus. Ardour. ar-ky-tek-tin'-nik. like filver. building. ar'-ke-ty-pal. potters clay. a'rk-tlk.incurvation bow man. AREAD. or crookednefs. longing AREA. a'r-go-fy. the animal over ARCHIDI to an that to Belonging the verb To That the power or fkillof chitect. AREFY. Original. v.a builder. f. ar- an contained boundaries. lour co- clayifh. a'r-jil. AREOTICK. part of a'rtfh-wize. f. Sandy.f.f. the work of Littleufed. Confinement. any open or a. a. ARGHES-COURT. Height. to difficult. Clayey. ca- blature. a effect or a-re-6t-Ik. ARGUER. of ancient f.to direfl. lies immediately upon is the lowcft member as formance per- building. ARCTICK.

A foretelling a-rlt'lT-man-fy. or arm ar-mldzh'-e-rus. parchedup.the aft of a. enter pret. furnifliwith armour of offence . A-rlttl-met'-tl-kal-ly. ARMIPOTENCE.f. a a'r-mil-a-ry. was te. To arifen. . large boughof a the fea. ) a. f. a upon the fun . To n. ARID. ARIOLATION. v. a'rm-hole. cording Aca. a. f. a. ARISTOCRATICAL. with the flioulder. ARGUMENTATIVE. prefervedfrom of the repofitory Subtile. new to mence com- f. ARMIGEROUS.or weapons To the that in which the hand might. ar-mlp'-6-tent. with buttinglike a ram . ARMLET. the. ARIES. a-rlf-to-krat'-tl. tip as death from to . ARMILLATED. A four-footed animal of Brafil. To a'rm. as the rather. arithmetical manner. war.f. a'rm-ga'nt. ARMENTAL. ARMENTINE. n. n.bracelets. A of numbers. to I R fcience of f. computa- Jews. f. To a. ARK. ARITHMANCY. In by events ARITHMETICAL. ARIETATE. f. reafoning. ARMATURE. from to an or method of arithmetick.part. ARM. f. That a-rlf-tok'-kra-fy. arm-let. figns like a tion.as of the twelve of the zodiack. arofe. a. a. a drove or herd Armour. ARM. Sootha-ry-6-la-fliun. faying. f. a. ARITHMETICIAN. of armour ar'-ml-ftis.fharp. ARM. a'-rye-tate. An arms to . failing ARIGHT. a. ^ of cattle. a'rk. form of government which power placesthe fupreme a-rlf-to-krat'-ti-kal. Reafoning. wa- Noah deluge. The cavityunder ARM-HOLE. a'rm. ar-rld. v. ARIETTA. v. A a r-ma-ment. fong. f. of future ad. ARGUTE. ARMADA. numbers.flender with want.A ARM a.ad. in the nobles. the univerfal covenant of defence. a.f. the rules ARITHMETICALLY. out withrightly. to get refl. ARISE.rhR'. Refembling bracelet. to add that may any thing fitup. ar-ma'-da. a-ry-et'-ta. take againfl. to revive from from or fleep.v. ar-men'-tal. ARMINGS. Mighty in war. fhrill. Bearing arms. The a'r-mingz. hoftility. A fhort air. kind of in devotion. kal-nes. for the armj A littlearm a . of the end defigned. Rightly. rightly. ARIDITY. f. in f. rour . vide pro- for armament fea. ARMIPOTENT. a-r!'ze. to furnifli. ar-gu-men-tl'-fhun. ar-gu-men'-til. the fecular arm. A ftiorttruce. a-rltfi-mc-dfh'-an. The a'-ryez. ing Belong- ARGUMENTAL. ar-ma-dll'-l6. a. ARIETATION. a-r!'te. . ar-gd-men'-ta-t!v.the of God to the fhoulder To ram. . the a"l of battering called an a ram. The aft of a-rj-e-ti'-fhun. numbers ARMISTICE. Belonging to a'r-men-tine. naval force. To the reaches from with plate to ftrength . tune. a'r-ma-ture. or ter. ARMAMENT. a'r-mll-a-ted. Drynefs. ARISTOCRACY. ariftocratical An which inlet of water an ARMILLARY. a-rltlT-met'-tl-kal. f. limb tree. ar-gu Dry. containing Confifting argument. To of art vefTclto fwini upon A appliedto ufually of argument. power.ficcity a-rid'-di-ty. engine f. butt f. Wearing fame with wafte- clothcs.me-tik. a piece bracelet for the The ARMO- . rnaflerof the art ARITHMETICK. Slender a. ARMGAUNT. ARISTOCRATICALNESS. infenfibility f. ARGUMENTATION. f. without erwithout crime . f. upward as mount ftation. a the . f. Power dr-mlp'-o-tens. Relatingto ariftocracy. The ARMADILLO. ftate. a'rm. one ram.witty. f. argument.

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pointof time. fcience. ar's-fma'rt. f. out Containing ARTICULATENESS. ARSENICAL. ARTFUL. With a'rt-fdl-ly. A kind of water fowl. to a. ar-tif'-fl-fur. ARTIST.as thejoints. a.ART ARRODE. An a artift. ar'fe. To v. fiditious. an of the cone part of any manner. not ARTILLERY. of quality ar-tlk'-ii-late-nes. make a man . ar-tl-fis'h-al. f. in the artery. FOOT. a. cannon. terous. ARTIFICIALNESS. ar-tlk'-u-lar. ARTERIAL. Confifting ARSE. v. by art. or a terous dex- artful fellow. Ar- la. make which pointed weapon a. f.artfulnefs. a'r-te-ry. ARROGANCE. to ARTIFICIAL.ftraARTIFICE.a. gnaw f. not The taughtby nature the liberal arts . To ART ar-rode. is {hot from To The gnawing. To Gouty. in plants. f. To ar's-fut. of letting blood from the artery. art-fal-nes. very like rogant ar- fhapedlike f. To a. f. ning. rogance. cunning. genuine. great ordnance. A power of doing fomething and inftinit. ticular par- llipu- ar-tik'-u-late.profefTor manufadurer. fulnefs. a a'r-tlkl. A claufe of fingle ARTICULAR.cunning. A water plant. a ARROWHEAD. ARSE f. naturally.f. of arrows. A repofitory of things ARSENAL. Trick. in proud a claims. ar'-t!kl. claim the a'r-tik. a magazine. ARTICLE. fkill. requifitc ar-fen'-J-kal. fpeakas ARTICULATELY. Skill. articulate voice. branched ARSE ARSENICK. part of fpeech. a'rf-n!k. form an arfenick. ARTHRITIC art.fkilful. by fkill. words. SMART. ad. ARROGATE. forger. ARTFULLY. ^ quality of ar'-ro-gan-fy-.f. ARROW. ar'-ro-gant. ARROWY. a. This plantis a r-ty-tfhoke. war. unjuft f. the artery. to To up in draw terms. proud. ARTICK. ar-t!k'-u-late. That a. The buttocks. ad. conveyingthe blood all parts of the from the heart to body. upon ad. not not contrived with ARTIFICIALLY. Made a. an arti f. The f. o Diftina . manner. account. with art. Haughty. low tradefman. a. f. . to ARTIFICER. Belonging ARTICULATE. the gout a. to vainly exhibit ARROGATION. Performed with to ftipulate.the joints a'r-ti-fis. Weaponsof ar-tll'-lc-ry. terms. ar'-ro-hed. A ARROSION. a'rf-nal. fully. f. canal. a term. Artar-ti-flfli'-al-nis. A ar-rd-ga-fliun. a'rt-ful. . natural. ar-tlk-u-U'-fhun. tagem . The ARTICULATION. trade. art. artful. A plant. with good contrivance.as a terity dex(kill. ar-tRrlt'-I-kal. words . Northern. the operation of an cutting artery. ar'-ro-gant-nes. ar-ro'-zhun. of Artift. to joints. . . the. takingmuch one's felf. In an ar'-r6-gant-ly. to n.Cun- nibble. . ar'-rO. ARROGANCY. ar-tHrlt'-'k. ad. a a manufiicSurer. fkil- ARTISAN. Artar-tl-fifh'-al-ly. rt. ARTICULATE. trade. fraud. ARTICHOKE. contriver. exadt time. f. The ar-tl-ry-6t'-td-my. ART. ARTERIOTOMY. pine tree. f. ar-te'-ryal. but hath largefcaly heads the thiftle. ar-t!-zan'. or ARTFULNESS. to war. of bones . ar'-ro-y. the act of forming or joint juncture. y. In ar-tlk'-d-late-ly. The . 7f ar'-ro-gans. aft or ARTHRITICK. ing claim- bow. beingarticulate. into articles. violent corrofive poifon. a ARTICLE. dexnot artificial. a mineral fubftance . a an complex thing. ar'-ro-gite. that which which lates re- is contained f. f. ARROGANTNESS. articles .f. ARROGANT. fully.i to relating AL. in botany. relating f. natural . An arteryis a conical ARTERY. lation . a. f. v. To art . ARROGANTLY. f.

another i ing. oneof riority. it were. af-krS'bc. v.f. In a. commonly called HolyThurf- in gum af-fa-ra-bak'-ka. as.A a'r-tlft.a hermit. Unficilful. how. equally with. f. combuftible. pre- limb tear t" fuppofed by aflrologcrs elevation great influence . make confident. with . like reeds. f. to cftablifa. ARTLESS. anfweringto Like . to one ftand To mount degreeof higherin wards up- ASCRIBABLE. per- eftabliflies. O ASCRIP- . Dropfical. He ASCETICK. v. to fix. af-klt'-lkal. To a.in the . A ftandard. art. genea- may To af-fC-nd'.f.the Thurfdaybut a plant. with refpect with . with.. from ASCITICAL. fenfe. anfwering to So conditionally . n. or of degrees in overpowering . dominant.. Ai ad. a not A S C of an profcfTor novice. which ASCENSIVE. f. Little proceed from ASCEND. if. adt of Rife. af-fcn'-dant. f. The af-krip'-faun. as in fome fame or in what f. a artlefsmaid an . a. aiSlof afcribing. ing Abounda. ASCENSION.above ARUNDINACIOUS.a. havingSo to anfwer it. at ecliptick . parts. at to As . Of a. A af-fi-fet'-I-da. which ASCARIDES. one ASCITICK. or highplace. To climb up any a af-fkri'-bab!. fkill. Employedwholly mortification. ASCENT. af-ket'-Ik. as af-fcn'-dant. As to. The ASARABACCA. uf-fcn'-Ihin. or . afcenfion of af-fen'-siv. . from is part of time above the particular influence. in which theiire. It is endued with the wonderful property unconfumed remaining ASCEND. ofFenfivefmell. \ whitens it. a'rt-Ics. ASBESTOS. ASCITITIOUS. refin . The ARTIST.as contrived without any horizon. af-fcn'-dai-fy. az'. f. tradlength. af-ki'-tes. of a fwelling dropfy.and a ftrong of a a az-bes'-tln. the heaven ASCENSION fort. hy- dropical. equally ASAFOETIDA. The ASCERTAINER. kindred the horizon. as a attribute to potrcfibr. reeds. conjunct. That a. ASCENDENCY. a. the . to af-fent'. cendingor degreewith fame as aftrological an f. ARUNDINEOU3. ihinx. able. the fame time that . day ner man- fame . ledge knowlogy. limb.in the conditional fenfe . Superior. to ASCRIPTION. Saviour with The the vifibleelevation of rifing. In an a'rt-Ief-ly.which artlefsmanner. f. an ToARTUATE. f. to our before Whitfuntide. af-Rn"-{hun-di'. S G caufe . As though.. ASCERTAINMENT. f. or thingrifing Day. f. fon that proves and To the in exercifes of devotion and folfileftone. without fraud. ARTLESLY.as if. v. Supplemental. vith refpecl to . ad of af- commemorated. to fettledrule ASBESTINE. of on day. a. ASCETICK. like. ACCENDANT. tafte. . mount- The in the re"a:iim. attribute to To a.anfwering reciprocal Such . a af-fcr-ta'n-ment. af-fci^d'. af-fer-ti'ne. have a'r-tu-ite. Influence. A particular fpecics ASCITES. which be afcribed. anfwering to fenfe. A may be fort of native into fplit threa4s inch to ten inches in from one filaments. f. to certain. an eminence. an the lower bellyand extravafation of pending de- waten }a. To make To ASCERTAIN. rifing way by which one ai'tends. a.af-si-tlfli'-us. ly on- af-kar'-i-dcz.In the fame manner fomethingelfe . yet fomewhat very fine. a.of the fame kind manner fupc- power. The Saviour is worms a ftate of afccnt.brittle. The ASCENDANT. a. artlefstale. the upwards. Ikilfulman. or fharp name Somethingin- az-bes'-tiis. as To our additional.af-k!t'-ik. of f. As well to . naturally. d-run-d!n'-yus. that retires to devotion. v. fincerely. ASCRIBE. v. in the . af-fer-ti-nur. reckoned a-ruu-di-ni'-fhus.while. of broughtfrom the Eaft Indies. As for. af-ket'-lk. height. AS.

To behold. Afp'. Belongingto as -si-nine. af-per'-y-ty. ASPERSE. . ASPERITY. j direction towards any point. f. To remit. as'-per. . v. to petition. and lethargy. ASPECT. To newt. Belonging of ASPERATE. ' ASKAUNCE. a. where or floodthe citiesof Sodom of the ently anci- and Gomorrah. countenance view. al-p^k'-tabl. a. air. an an afs. ad. Coloured a. afk'. as'-pe-rate. Sleeping. ASPECT. I\Iade of afliwood. or aft. Afide. ASLEEP. ? obSideways. To v. ASHEN. . the land. Obliquely. The af-p. Rough. Touched a. calumny. rough. which ASH. f.die by flecp f . out of f. f. ASCRIPTITIOUS. ASKER. tree. Look. Free ftones as theycome ASHLAR. a-flant'.with contempt. beg. fo called from the ancient cufafhes on fprinlding of the head. ASPALATHUS. af-knp-tlfh'-us. ASHAMED.appearance j as'-pekt. part . ASLAKE. fo called from the fide. whitifh grey. ad. af-pers'e. afp'. uneven. pitch. alwaystremble. a{h'-lir. fhore. ASPEN. by it. ad. or whofe of roughnefs their leaves. and declivity. the leaves of which a. A tree.is'-pe-rus. afti'-kul-urd. Gummy. A as'-pin. af-fal'-tos. a-lle'p. alh'n. A plant ed callaf-pal'-a-tSus. pale. . f. Beholding. a v. ing a. . to a a To of the quarry. To ad. Petitioner . A fprinkling af-per'-fhun. as'-si-na-ry.pofition. The burnt the remains . difpofitionof any thingto fomething elfe. f. to flacken. on a. ASPICK. tain cer- plant. ASININE. ASH that It kills without a poflibility of operation.if-per-na'-lhun.f. afptreeji a. bi- fide. from herb. befpattejr . . a. af-per-y-fa'-lyus. roughnefs of furface . 'brown a-M'-med. afh'-iz. the land on ASHORE. f. ASLANT. To afs. With ad.toqueflion. afl:'-ur. ASPECTION. ASPHALTOS. A making af-pe-nV-fliun. ASKEW. a(h-wenz'-da. fide. ad. Obliquely. To To f.to another one a. Vifible. An ASIDE. v. To view. ASHWEED. Qiiartering afh'-Ie-r!ng. a. f. a. remains of any of the ASHWEDNESDAY. ASPHALTICK. ad. . adt of beholding . f. ASPERATION. ASPHAL- .if-fal'-tlk. a-fkant'. water ccntemptuoufly. ASPERNATION. made the company. require. ASK. with cenfure ASPERSION.refembling oba-fio'pe. Afli-coloured. Plants. liquely. to as'-pin. Unevennefs. in f.inclinto of name af-pek't. . ASPECTABLE. poifonis fo A kind of and dangerous 8 ferpent.a. rough.relationj other to of a planet difpofition planets. ASPARAGUS. ASKANCE. f. afh'-y. a-fho're. the ASHY.ASP That a. A tree. ash. Rough. tuminous. to to enquire.cenfure. the afpenwood. 5 ad. f. a-fla'ke. f. f. thing body. a-5ide. ASP between and grey. ASHLERING.a. To a. roughnefs of found of temper. tom the wood Jerufalem. quickin its found fwimming on the furface chiefly Lacus Afphaltites. ASPERIFOLIOUS. ruggednefs ASPEROUS. roughnefs. demand. A a-ficiV.to afli'-wed.af-ptk'-fhun. on one ASKAUNT. A bituminous. Dead Sea. enquirer. f. glance. ASHES.-ur. tree. ASP. Thofe that bitten are applyingany remedy. ASINARY. is arciibed. ASPEN.v. Negledl. The firft dayof Lent. On fliore. ASLOPE. of the wood with fliame. a. rugged. \ I liquely. f. make difregard. to claim to Belonging a. f. to ASPER. COLOURED. . into fleep. inflammable fubftance.V-a-gus. ASP. ASKER. one or calumny.

a. ASSAILANT. f. T" . v.one that treachery. ASSENT. with the ASSERT. hoftile manner. a. v. and af-fii'. heavy. of individuals brought to^^cther. ofFered to iiijiny affaultsanother. ASSAILER. to way-lay. who thing. ASSAYER. f. hoflility. in . to One Examination the clerk of the market act of the To a. not Obliquely. company thing. Pronounced a. to endeavour. pronounce with examination f. kills make af-fa'-labl. ASSENTMENT.trouble. ASSEMBLE. violence . fudden A murderer. ASPIRATE. Thename of -pi-rute. the ancient near ASPHODEL. a. f. as full breath. af-fer'-t!v. Attacking. The af-fd'-fhun. A Babylon. f. a attack. oppofedto fap attack. the lently vio- weightsuftd by the touchllone in ASSECTATION. The ASSERTION. help. by . The af-fa-pan'-n!k. f. A-SSECUTION. a to affault. invading. To ASPIRATE.SSEMBLY. a.agreement. invxfion. v. af-f"!-r'-tur.ad. Attend- A To a. murder metals allaying af-fcm'-blcJzh. fecond. ASSAULT. with bituminous. vindicator. ASS a. a. ASPHALTUM.dogmatical. He that attacks. any ad one A. officer of the af-fem'bl. v. in law. af-fent'. ASS. af-fa'. affirmer. or maintain. f. by words To a.ASS af-fal'-tum. full breath. Acquirement. f. To or af-ferv'. To fcrpent.f. Day-lilly. to- by of fiege . ASSERTOR. ASSAULT. afs'. flying f. f. To ASSASSINATE. to upon for the due trial of fdrcr. af-fa'-lur.v. either To n. ASSAILANT. f. Compli- opinionof another of out flattery.hog. a. ASPORTATION. ASSENTATION. af-fcrt'. A af-fcm'-bly. That which may a. place.f. af-fer'-fliun. ASSEMBLAGE. f. ASSASSIN. a . ASSAPANICK. v. f. The ASSENT. af-fas'-I-nu-tur. man's Roafting. confent. as'-pik. af-p!'re. v. number into tack at- be attacked. of pronunciation any To vowel with full breath.to ance. yieldto. f. ASPIRATION. ASSAILABLE.f. applyto. meet gether. af-(iV-ur. Mur- mankiller. animal An the firft entrance . af-fd It. to ryineaway. to affirm . in to a To To cenfure. ASSAY. f. a To or afpiring. met ad of to agreeing af-fent'. ASSERTIVE.Ant. af-fi'-ldnt. v. v. f. f. to vindicate a title to. af-fllt.dull To the vifion. ASSASSINATOR. One attacks who another. To af-fas'-sl-nate. f. af-falt-iir. flupiJ. as violent kind a perfon.v. derer. . to aftions .a dolt. concede. To take afTaffinating. To fervc. A breathing af-pl-ri'-fhin. af-fa'-l. ASSASSINATION. ASSAIL. Pofitive. or mint. af-fas'-sm. by trial of. to pant after fomething eagernefs. Confent. violence To ance violence. ASSEMBLE. as'-pi-rate.f. defend af-faf-si-na'-fhun. ASSATION. ASSERVE. f. with argument To or attack fall upon. tion collec- gether bringto- To n. ASQUINT. to af-fen-ta'-fhun. af-fd'le. Storm. To of ineafures dcfire with as line of ftraight of burden fellow. ardent wifh . horfe. f. af-fent'-ment.attack. to act of af- ferting. fquirrel. To af-fck-ta'-fhin. higher. a To In law. ASSAY. A caraf-por-ta'-fhun.f.to rife higher. a-fkwlnt'. . of invade.v. to r.f-fi-ku'-fiiun. ASPIRE. af-fem'bl.an defiring fomething high. An together. f. the after. Maintaincr.. flone found as'-f6-del. n. ASSAULTER. claim. try. ASPICK.

df-fot'. with another as That a. ASSISTANCE. To a. f. to appointa j to givea deputy. as affirmation. he that fitsby another as next in on he that dignity . f. if-sim'-i-Iabl. af-sig-na'-fliun. af-s!'ne-ment. or heir. one found ASSONANT. af-sis'-tans. ASSIGNMENT. Diligence. J af-fcv'-e-rate. af-fes -fur. af-fy-en'-to. partnerfliip. the fame to another with nature To thing. He that is appointed C af-fy-ne'. f. a. ad. ASSISTANT. An ASSIGNATION. a. That which ASSIGNABLE. Helping. by the judge. refembling as'-f6-nant.or make over a rightto another.lend- ASSISTANT. af-fes'-fliun. To a. Confederate.a. v. in in application. any commodity. f. one to another. twice are between the for af-sls'-tant. f. v. To An officerthat has the fix the rate of any to lue va- affairnot ftatute to determine or kingsof Spain and other the Spanifhdominions in furnifhing ASSIGN. A ASSIENTO. af-fev-e-ra'-(hun. may accompany. the ftateof beingaflimi- Jaystaxes. Union. af-fo'-fliate. Reference ASSONANCE.or perform or enjoy any bufinefs. care of weightsand ASSOCIABLE. af-sld'-u-us. as aux- by a judgeand the af-si'zc. . f. f. f. ASSOCIATE. aiStof converting or any thingto the nature fubftance of another . af-sfne. by one. conjundlion. f.in law. as great folemnity. Likenefs. The ASSIMILATION. That which . a. af-fo'-fhate. af-fy-du'-I-tj'. upon oath. a. af-si'-zur. confederate another. lemn So- To other fome ASSIDUITY. ASSESS. v.t. or rncnt af-fo-fhatc. ASSIST. a companion. af-s!m'-mi-lat-nc's. a. Appoint- ASSIGNEE. a. infatuate. V. ASSEVERATION.ds'-fii-nans. a ufed of generally makingover a thingto love ap- ASSOCIATE. an A an or bread. which another. down fitting A To convert af-fes'-mer. af-fo-fha'-fhun. fociety. v. regardto quantityor To as minifterial. ASSESSMENT. ASSIDUOUS. to affigned. af-si'ze. To . another Refembling found. continually. ASSIZE. af-s!'ne-abl. convention help. to another of it. powers. a. confederacy. a confederate . f. a ASSOCIATION.ASS ASS To af-fes'. to To unite as . which fulficienttodifcharge is caft upon the executor lated. appoint. or America contrail with flaves. ASSIZER. or of thingwith regardto another thing perfofl. f. the deed by which any thing one is transferred from ASSIMILABLE. ing a. as'-fets. ASSOT. f. f. AS5IZE. be converted to the fame nature with fome- may any certain fum. ASSIGNEE. af-fev'-er. Conftant a. ASSIMILATE. be joinedto ASSOCIATE. Goods ASSETS. f. pcintmennts. f.to do any act. v. to fix with To a. f. out. may To meafures. to bringto a likenefs. a. He that affigns. Help. or refemblance. ASSHEAD. coime"tion. weightof thing. blockhead.apa. upon as'-hcJ. A of judicature held court year in every county in which a tried gaged perfon enbut iliary principal. To To ASSORT. The af-sim'-i-iate. To To range in cl.f. f. A partner. ASSIMILATENESS. gently.adopt a be friend upon equalterms . f. pointment to meet. deputedby another. perfon af-slm-ml-la'-fliun.v. in law. affirm with ASSEVERATE. Diliaf-sid'-iS-uf-ly. oath. To growing like being. reafon for. A af-sift'. To aid. ASSESSION. v. mark af-sls'-tant. furtherance. To 1 v. To aft of the af-fo-fliabl. ASSIDUOUSLY. chargewith thingelfe. affart'. aflefling. af-si'-nirr. ASSEVER. fum levied certain property ^ the a"l of that burden. caufes ordinance jury. C The that fits ASSESSOR.afl'cs.

A word f. felf. ASSUMPTION. v. af-fu'-ming. a. P ASTRIDE. to f. ASTRADDLE. ASTHMA. the with fear unknowledge. ftartle. coiifidtnt. f. he that To v. v. To . one's felfj To a. to claim or take upon feize fuppofefomcthingwithout unjuftly . an part of fhip. as'-fwe-tude. " fon into heaven. a another. ASTRICTION. to Starry. make fecure. ASSUAGEMENT. Accuftomance. ASTERISM. To af-fu'me. af-fbo'-rans. The the parts of the contradting af-fho'-ied. confident. ASTERISK. One af-fwa'-jur. a. af-fvva'je. fecurity of credit fpirit. . fuppofed. a. voluntary proman mark fliortrefpiration. to Qiiality af-ton'-IIh-m'nt.f. a. gant. Aftringent. . fecure confidence. whereby a taketh upon perform or pay any thingto to takingany thingto one's aft of thingwithout farther proof. to arrogate. ASTRAGAL. that givesfecurity as'-tc-rlfk. f.ASS To a.-7a. ftate The beingalTured. take . a. with fear confound A- Toaftonifli. ing. ToASSUBJUGATE. print- afrhma. af-mat'-!-kil. as'-ma. To rightway. a-ftern'. or a-ftrad 1. A as'-te-rifm.f. pacify to cale. relating the ftars. v. to foi'ten. f. cuftom. f. The af-fimp'-fhun. of mowant doubtingfteadinefs. tigating. defty. f.difficult. wonder. ASSUASIVE. a. ASTERN. v. ASTRAY. furance af-fwa'-slv. a. A-icioufly ASTRICTORY.particip. in the form of a ring. Certainly. af-fum'-slt. con- " ufed for aftoniflied. foftens. of f. f. ASSUREDLY. af-nio'-rcd-ly. as beingaccuftomed. with In the hinder af-ton'-nHli. A af-mat'-lk. ASTONIED. ground of confidence. f. pectation ex- freedom found biffing a to fright. f. not doubting . ASSURE. found con- confufion of mind. ASSUMPSIT. wonder. to appeafe. with joined tiic {hip. power of af-tr!k'-fln'ii. af-tr!k'-tur-ry. certainty. confidence. which Certain frequent. acrofs any To a. indubitably. immodelt. To is affumed. to to af-ton'-n!lh-mg-ne ASTONISHINGNESS. bindaf-trlk'-tiv. conftellation. a. Out of the af-tr!k't. ASSUAIE. ad. ASSUMING. to^ fecure another. ASSUMPTIVE. who af-fho'-red-ncs. or To a. teftimony .at little round the tops and bottoms of columns. A as'-tra-gal. any per- That df-fimp'-tlv. in and ASTHMATICK. ASSUAGE. a. arrogant man. ASTRAL. givesafgood to *. ad. mazement. certain . . mitigate. v. The He any lofs. viction intrepidity. ASSUREDNESS.certain. contraci by application. To dence give confi- by a firm promife. a-ftert'. To ASTRICT. To infurance. v. member. ad. With one's legs thing. ASTONISHMENT. amaze. a.the fuppofition of any f. to ASSUMER. firmnefs. as'-trul.truft from doubt. part. af-fib'-jo-gate. af-fhd'-rur. indubitable. Arro- haught)-. pai-ticip. af-fwe-falc'-fiiun. ing. f. excite aftonifliment. to. What af-fwa'je-ment. a-ftra'. make to iC-iho'Te. ASTOUND. to proof.af-tou'nd. a. miSoftening. given. to to exempt from doubt or fear. Certain. To ad. fubject ASSUEFACTION. A cough. pacifies ASSURER. or mitigates ASSUAGER. to appropriate. flate of ASSUETUDE. Stiptick. . or AST afl or body. ASSURED. ASTRICTIVE.behind An make and ASTHMATICAL.a poftulate . f. :'if-fu'-mur. Troubled ASTERT. a. appeafes. to terrify. ASSURANCE. the takingup the thing To . ASTONISH. af-to'-ny-ed. f.v. mife made him A by word.

ASYNDETON. n. af-tro-nom'-y-kal. In an ATHEIST.af-tr6-l6dzh'-y-kal-ly. in the events. the flars. a-tRe-ro-ma. leftial ce- that denies the a-tRe-is'-ti-k.V-tlTc-us. as'-tro-lab. at or . at'-a-bal." ATAEAL. atheifticalmanner. f. aftrology.a. Binding. ATHEOUS. "c. 7 a.at or a-sin'-dl-ton. defcribing the fun would meet. in figure A is conjundioncopulative a is in it . of fymmetry. He that ASTRONOMER. AT.refuge. f. ATHEISTICALNESS. A a ASYLUM. ASTROLOGICAL. to a.prep. or peace the nearly is At the ftateof moft per- the at arms man the power word a the particular dition confignifies At employment a near- implies fuperlative adjedlive a work ASTROLOGlCALLY. feparately. together. fludies the celeftialmotions. Relating j" profeffing aflrology. In manner. af-tr6-lcdzh-y-kal.difproportion. ASTROLOGICK. ftars. ATHANOR. ufed for chiefly fome to' nearer a. contraftion. ASTRINGENCY. ASTROLOGER. a-ttie-Js'-ti-kal-nes.lefs. hr. A af-tr6n'-n6-my. aftronomical mixed the knowledge fcience. f. pole. to as ftate. Afymptotes a-s!mp'-t6te. Atheiftick. ASTRONOMY. power. af-trcl-o-jy. to H f. body. ASYMMETRY. The praflice by the Moors. At before place. foretel or to profefies ASTROLOGIAN. at'-t. longing ^Be- af-trO-nom'-ik. ASTROLABE. tions. v.The power af-trln'-jen-fy.which are f. A kind of tabour ufed. a'-tfic-Ifm. Bearing. periods. The ATHEISM. ASTROGRAPHY. an ad. thingsby the knowledgeof the flars. A digefting f. ASTRONOMICAL. praclife aftrology. legsopen. An he time. Given a. A of fpccies ATHE- . founded Divinity bodies. to atheifm. manner. vexation. the is at the houfe before before marks with.as At fometimes feems to. a. thingis. a f. ASTRO-THEOLOGY. when nefs of the takingthe altitude of the the influence of fupDofing caufal never omitted. noting in the fignify your fervice . ATHEISTICALLY. f. of diftselief God. f. With a-ftri'de. on the obfervation of the to atheifm. One f. ASTRIFEROUS. Exemptionfrom of foretelling ATARAXY.ad. order.as At before . In a-tlTe-Is'-tl-kal-ly.af-tr6l'-6-ji'ze. ToASTROLOGIZE. ] placenotes a man of the perfon. f. rightlines. to To the parts draw make make a the parts of the of contradling together. The quality of as'-tr6-tlTi-ol"-6-jy. mo- mathematical of the and diftanccs. a-fun'-dur. af-tr6l'-6-jer. to . At To v. a-tfic-Is'-tlk. at'. atti'-. is at notes he is at home lame as he with furniflied fame j fometimes all.\-rak-fy. tranquillity. At notes fea.ving or To the af-trif-e-riis. manner. grammar. a exiftence of God.\!. keep heat for fome time. wen. not a'-tlTe'-!ftf. a the coexiftence of the time with the fedion. af-trd-nim'-y-kal -!y. af-trin'je. The faiaf-trog'-ra-fy. aftronomy. contra"?iing. f. f. and approach nearer but which curve. beingatheiftical.fituation. Given a. T A S Y A as to at j In. fometimes placewhere At fometimes At at fignifying any attention. inflrument f. ASYMPTOTE.as difcover af-tr6-l6dzh'-ik. in any At fometimes . as a. ASTRIDE. One that. a. af-trln'-jent. ATHEISTICAL. ASTROLOGY. f. ASTRONOMICALLY. ftars.impious. f.i-nor. f.'.teaching celeftialbodies. Aftrologer. Apart. fanduary. ATHEROMA.ad. eclipfes. ASTPJNGE.as obedient of. allrological an in mofl:. ASTRINGENT. go. ATHEISTICK. ASTRONOMICK. nace furaf-tron'-no-mur. f. ence f. a-fy'-lum.their magnitudes. ad. ASUNDER. event the ftarsto have af-tro-l6'-jan. Contrariety a-slm'-me-try.

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ATTENTIVE. to Todrcfs. alluring. To of. ATTENDANT. at-ten'-dur.^t-turn'-ment.the foliation. to try.attentive. ATTOLLENT. a. at-tend'. perfons in three parts. to who one defend or profecute to a A ing yield- lord.attention. ATTER. ATTENTIVENESS. to habit. To An witnefs ATTESTATION. ATTEND. on Hard by. The Heedful.the the f. or heeding. To f. or retained to law ATTORNEYSHIP.f. a at-ten'-fliun. ATTRACTICAL. v. The ATTRACTION.v. ATTEMPT. in hunt- flower of be . a. that attires another. draws 2 chargeof lawyer. enticing. heed to.f. a. to endeavour. Endued a. The by the mixture of fomething ATTENUATION. ATTEST. Heed- fulnefs.v. inviting.commandment. at-tem'-pe-rate. The ATTENDANCE.to invite. at-tlg'-u-us. a. is ftatue or liftsup. at-tire. one at-ti're. Made thin. an ATTORNMENT. a confequent. an bear witncfs at-tlf-td'-fhun. that attempts . waits as any for. is decreed.ATT at-ten-u-a'-fhin. f. wait it-tend'. Corruptmatter. other men's an painted f. To ATTEMPTABLE. of the tenement aft which attorney. at-ten'-tates. f. ATTRACT. a. ATTENDANT. Heedat-ten'-tlv-ly. fix the mind upon prefentwith. at-trak't. To to of power alluring Having the thing. of making thin or flender.an to To . regard. to mix proportions at'-tur. be attack. Companion. . the train . ATTEND. to evidence.a. to allure. a. to To ATT v. . to fummons a upon To a. Proceedings ATTENTION. at-ten-ii-ate. array. ATTENUANT. ef- attack. fervice .f. as a perfon takes requeft. flender. to at-tempt'. at-trak'-t!v. at-t6l'-lcnt. f. f. at'-ty-tude. a aft of One buck a at-ti'-rur. belongsto flag. a ATTENDER. to . at-teft'. Intent. attending at-ten'-tiv. af- ATTENTATES. upon ATTEMPT. f. That which incites. any enticing. attends . f. to venture f.f. ATTRAC- . an attacks. one one that is court fees. at-tempt'. as . to ftay confequent n. a ATTITUDE. f. ing. at-ten'-dans. a. a. power to draw or the power at-trak'-t!v. f. at to . re- To ad. Such at-tur'-ny. after a that concomitant. endeavour. to on v. foften in juft a" of making any thingthin or flender. Tcfti- lightly. That a. or drelTer. at-tent'. by confent.to fubordinate. mony. To a. Having the power ATTENTIVELY. of fully. to fitto fomething weaken mingle. new a.drefs . a another train . ATTRACTIVE. waiting perfon Hay. TTo To proportion fomething. of plantis divided into and empalement. at-ten'-dant. a raifes nying Accompa- botany. a. . ATTIGUOUS. elfe. Clothes. To touch at-tin'je. at-ten'-tlv-ncs. The at-tur'-ny-flilp. attention. at-ten'-u-ant. or ATTEMPTER.carefully. attempts Liable at-temp'-tabl. The at-temp'-tur. f. to accompany. to endeavourer. to regulate. ATTIRE. him fomething. to delay. f. ATTINGE. A poflure. of gardful. ATTENUATE. fay. the or the horns tention yieldat- at-ten'-dant.to elfe . . f. v. ATTEiMPERATE. bufinefs. ATTENT. adlion in which or pofture ATTORNEY. or that prefent the attire.regard. ATTIRE. ATTRACTIVE. agent . with the . in is figure waiting. at-trak'-fhun. ^". the power takes upon or in their abfence . a. . One ATTIRER. call to witnefs.v. at-trak'-tl-kal. or drawingany thing. a.the placed. to be appendantto. fociate. To draw to draw.and appointedor adion at an inhibition office of . To that fuitor a thing.

AVARICIOUSLY. a'k-fliun. AVAILMENT.V A ad. To f. f. v. a-val. AUDIT. AVAILABLY. word of ab- attributed.advantage. one at-trl-bd'-niun. of a'-dlbl-nes. D f. Coav-a-rlfli'-uf-ly.infati- able defire. delivers of who a man meflage. a. honour. f. Belonging AUCTIONIER.auditory. a. profper. ATTRACTIVENESS. as to a f. a. of a. a-difh'-un. Bold. AUDIENCE. AUDIBLY. things. AUDITION. Cap. lour. The being at-trifh'-un. a-da'-fhuf-nes. auftion. v. Covetous. Power AVAILABLENESS. To Not an a'k-tiv. by worn at-tr!'te-nes. To AVALE. the recepAVAILABLE. to be heard. an a-va'-labl. a'-dlb-ly. Ufefulnefs. one any AUBURNE. vantageous. a-va'l. f.A AVAUNT. a. To af- caufe. of-beingattradlive. finally. -fliu4--ly. at-trite. grieffor fin. profit . that attracts. bird-catching. ak-fho-na-ry. at-trlb'-ilte. two a. yearly all Q. A hearer^a perfon a'-dl-tur. v. f. a-du'-ihus. tween. That a.a hearing. make any another. Impudence. betwixt. AVAIL.f. menda. ATTRAHENT. Hearing. To take an account To AUDIT. f. the loweft degreeof repentance. tion perfons folemn force. a'-dit. to affift. The aft of wearingthingsby rubbing. prep. That which av-a-rifh'-if-nes. is driven away. a-ku-pa'-fliun. Boldly. a. f. a-vint-gard. The AVARICIOUSNESS. AUDACIOUS. to to profitably. ATWIXT. av'-a-rls. horrence. advantage. AUDACIOUSNESS. The at-tralc'-tur. at'-tra-herit. AUDACITY. ad. that manages AUCTIVE. to an belongingto another. worn. tributed thingatto another . v. who. The . at-tr!b'-u-tabl. The at'-trl-biite. av-a-rifli'-us. attracting. a. A-etoufly. ATTRIBUTE. tan auction.to yield . Fowling. a-va'nt.ik-fliO-nc'r. a king's employed of the accounts to deprefi. With at-trak'-tlv-ly. which to impute. rubbing. holdnefs.f. perfonbids after another . impudent. a'-dibl. officer. v.tion. AUCTION.having any d-va'-labl-nes.ad. a f. ad. U A A ad. of promotingthe end for which it is ufed. reputation. granted. loud enough to be heard. To A manner of fale in thing perfon Of an increafing lity.iblenefs beingheard. a -dlt. tune To thingto one a-twe'n. a-va'l. f. AUDITOR.be- In the middle of AVAIL. take account an to ultimately . AUDIBLE. perceived by AUDIBLNESS.a. Powerfully. of quality handling. Brown. which be afcribed may or cribe.interjca. Profit. a. The aft of hearing. ATTRITION. T^je van. f. a. f. beingavaricious. f. AVARICIOUS. co- ufed. f. A final account.a thing AUCTIONARY. ATTRIBUTION. f. ATWEEN. That which may be hearing. ATTRITE. impudently. ad. f. a-da AUDACIOUSLY. ATTRITENESS. . The agent at-trak-ti'-{hun. i'-dyens. to ne. at-tu thingmufical . f. In fuch a manner as profit. a'-burn. Com- much Ground. or prep. Profitable. a-das'-I-ty. ATTRACTIVELY. ATTRIBUTE. by which draws. f. turn to f. AUCUPATION. adcollected to hear . qua- f. the fold by audion. quality ATTRACTOR. ATTRIBUTABLE. examining Toletfall. the power of at-trak'-tlv-ncs. AVANT-GUARD. Spirit.an appendant. f. Frequent ATTRACTATION. Covetoufnefs. to promote. a. powerful.arifingonlyfrom the fear of punifliment . a-vS'l-ment. a-tw!kft'. a. a-va-lab-ly. the liberty of fpeaking benefit. AVARICE. quality adherent. To ATTUNE.

a. f. AVERSATION. AVENS. To a-vers'c. a-venj'e. tool carpenter's AUGMENT^ a'g-ment.or To a. AVERT. of any entered A A mifchance. to wor- of the -gur.f. a'-dl-tres.A AVE afl under officers accountable. by augurs the rules obferved . from AUGUSTNESS. AVENGER. Hatred. VirginMary. n.f. any of walk to AVERUNCATE. audience. look. ag-ment'. f. A fort of grape. leflures . f. To a. ToAUGURATE. AVER. a'-gur. AUGURATION. The fame with augur. v.the eighth f. houfe. Malign. a Eftablifliment con* To v. taker of vengeance. a. of. warcily. f.didike. dignity.a-venj'e-ment. mean AVERMENT. AUGUR.The d'g-men-ti"-{hun. a. to. The Januaryinclufive. v. Herb a-ven'-tfhur. Not ufed. proportion. AUGUST. the thingadded. Punifher.. a-vcrs'-ly. Old. AUGER. To revenge.f. a. fer- up. AULD. AVERSENESS. a. AVIZE. f. AVERSE. Punifliment. ofF. AVENTURE. without av'-e-nu. AUGUST. a man's caufing trees To f. To a"t of To AVENGEANCE. To hearing.. AVENGE.v. not to pretends n. v. tice prac- f. a'-di-tur-ry. to punifh. AULETICK.a hear be heard.f. bennet. AVIARY. with. n. Elevation a-guft'-ncs. by AUGUR. imwilUng pleafed backad. an omen omens . pofitively. AVENAGE. AVERNAT. AUDITORY.by which revenge . a-ver-run'-kate. pronoun. the tenant vice which To . Great. a'-gur. f. AUGURIAL. v. increafe. f. ^ Left by a man's an- ufed. predi"lion. Belongingto pipes. bigger. increafe. a'-guft. did. f. medium. a AUGMENT. A a-ve-ma'-ry. to think be- confider. a. turn holes with. AUGMENTATION. AVEMARY.theftateof increafing beingmade bigger. root an way av'-e-raje. a-vi'-tus. certain quantity landlord. flight of augury.. to are An to To a.to To magnificent.{late of by figns. AVERSION. catingby or One of birds. place inclofed A f. a-dl-tur-ry. turn perfonsaflembled colleftion of a-vert'.royal. by augury. book. form of in honour of To paidto oats a A another f. dict pre- AUGURER. f. AVEL. f. To hears. The a-gu-ra'-lhun. f. declare is to That pay a-ver'-ment. a'-gu-rur. a-lct'-lk. guefs.v. f. not favourable j backwardncfs. placemay v. The zA of prognoftiAUGURY. eagernefs. Greedinefs. f. AVERAGE. name of. more. the caufe of averfion. Unwillingly. To to afide. AVERSELY. Utiwlllingncfs. Not To to in. biggeror AUGMENT. A a't. AVENGEMENT. to put by. where L a-ver'-fliun. a-vizc. a. To counfel . a by which alley. Increafe. himfelf a-veis'-ncs. abhorrence.f. bigger. judge f. that woman to a-ve!'. a-ver'-nat. AVENUE. a'-vya-ry. of has which f. . AVIDITY. a-ven'-jans. a is made the felony.v. a-gu'-ryal. Vengeance. a-ven'-jur. month . who v. AUDITORY. a-v^r-fa'-fhun. f. revenger. the power U . make grow Any thing. a-vld'-i-ty. a. keep birds Hatred. bore to increafe. or making bigger. grand. Romanics repeated fliip by the To pullaway. jecSure thingby evidence. ceftors.makes up a neral ge- deteftation. That a. a. a'-vens. Relatingto augury. ag-ment'. AVITOUS. duty the king. AULICK. a'-gu-rate. f. to a. place a AUGHT. To be before a-ver'. or a-guft'. The AUDITRESS. i'-gu-r^. death. av'-en-edzh.

as a-vow'-zal. a. producesgold. things. a.toefcape. f. A av'-v6-klte. a. any ried car- away. f. AUSPICIOUSLY. a-vow'-tiy. The external ear. AVOWABLE. AU. morning.h^ppy. fpcrity. happincfs. AVOUCH. f.v. That may be avouched.Not driving of any future omens from birds . or fortof pear. maintain . AURELIA. tojullify. Relating pro- gnofticks. which weight. to. AVOVVAL. The a-ri-ga'-Ihun. v. of kind A and is in feventeen z. an a-vow'-c'.evi- A avows AVOUCHABLE. from which f. may fhun To a. omens of favourable. AVOUCH. that f. AUSPICIOUSNESS.f. call To a. goddefsthat opens A of crowfoot . i.to of another . retire j To n. f. ad. reach of Within told . two AURICLE. he took it . In u-vow'-ed-ly. \owed raiiner. Declaration. a-rlf'-fe-rus. -do. f. AVOUCHER. f. f. The a f-pis. or AVOIDABLE. AVOID. AVOIRDUPOIS. dence. AVOWEDLY. af-pifh'-us. f. To AV^OW. propitious lucky. AUSTERE^ . Inaftu-r!k'-u-lar-ly. To a-vo-ka AVOCADO. fuccefs . a'-lik. (hun.ow'-abl. ufed term openly. a-ma'l. right is called his avowr)'. aw^ay. Bear's a.of ounces. A f. To of any church of advowfon AVOWER. good derived i-vou'tfli-abl. AVOID. a. He AVOWEE. f. poetically tliegates of a'f-kul-ta'-fhun. to declare Tojurtify. whom juftifies. AVOLATION. 1 flower. the taker flialljuftify. to AVOWTRY. of any appendagesof the heart. covering a-nV-u-la. AUSPICIAL. which That . A a-re'-lya. ad. a-v6-la-(hin. the That a-ro'-ra. hearing the in the ear. fortunate . ear. profperoully. drawn undertaking the aft of ufed.A O V A AULICK. a. Adultery.v. a-vow'-ur. the chryfalis. ant'. olT. To variegate. carriages. an .f. AVOWSAL. ad. vour faproteiSlion. Where a-vow'-ry. Inevitable.v. AUNT. profperous. Pioif-pl(h'-uf-nes. aft of bufinefs that calls. to vindicate. a -rate. A French meafure of a length. to belongs. influence. or a-voi'-dans. to a. the court. fourteen. fpecies day. kind. a-vow'-al. to producein a. caps. fecret.the calling To a-voi'd. a-vov/'. Thatwhichmay openlydeclared. V. af-pifli'-uf-ly. a-vou'tih-er. fpecies a'-rikl.a. f. be a-v. the To f. which cret AVOIDLESS. appliedto . f. ell. a-voi'd-les. the The perfon that perfonthat carries thingsare the veflelin which thingaway. a. a-voi'd. manner. a.- favour To affirm. AURIGATION. AUSCULTATION. a. AURORA. AURICULARLY. S U With a. fhuns any thing.1- for the maggot or of infers. a. a-ver-dc-poi a pound contains fixteen proportionto a pound Troy.f.f. AVOWRY. to others pietyof their patron. afide. He that avouches. A. declaJuftificatory tion. AVOCATE. A father or mother's firter. af-piih'-"l. the courfe avoiding by aa The of any thing is which a-voi'-dur. vacant. f. AURATE. for what AURICULAR.MAIL. a caufe confefrxon. fenfe or a-rik'-u-lar. the diftrefs. carried He f. AVOIDER. firftapparept change of the eruca. quit. AUSPICE. endeavour to To to void . takes one fliewn . Happily. be avoided efcaped. AUSPICIOUS.n. AURIFEROUS. AVOCATION. -lin.being two mufcular the two ventricles thereof. come be- to a-voi'-dabl. The av-vo-ka'-{lu'. plant. f. or liftening hearkening f. AURICULA. i-vou'tlh. The flying u-vou'tfli.v. AVOIDANCE. to to evacuate. to Belonging AULIN.

firft writer of the fedts or producesany thing. giveany thingby a to v. a. thority. f. A harfh.to a-wa'te. tified moraf-ter'-I-ty. ceafe v. Auby one's l-tlTen-tis'-s!-ty. own AUTOMATICAL. has every thingrequifite to giveitauthority. AUSTRAL. f. action. agz-y-ly-a'-fhun. f. writing. AUTUMN. AUTOPSY. AWAKE. Authena. to To by authority. AUXESIS. ing pull- Amplification. AUTHORIZATION. of one's means a-tlTen'-tlk-nes. couninfluence. a-wa'rd. Without not fleepfleep.a. Help. Southern. au- ing Hav- itfelf.the original. f. "rigid . having Belongingto a-vil'-lhun. AUTOPTICAL. a-wii'kn. Authoritative ftablifhment afliftant . AUTOPTICALLY.ftriitnefs. AUTHORITATIVELY. attend. aks-e'-s!s. feafon of the year The autumn. according genuinenefs.a. Independent i-tok'-ra-fy. an moving AUTOMATOUS. . aid. any thing.f. wait a. AUTHORITY. to judge. of motion a-tom'-a-tus. A W to v. AUXILIARY. quality f. AUTUMNAL. and winter. riaf-t"-'re-ly. f. thority. The of that hath the power ^-tlTen'-ti-kal. to To a. Severity. to be to jiiftify. To f. to fleep. Ambufli. genuinenefs. and mind own in ufe. rigour. AUXILIATION. determine. a. EI'-tU-rhc. particular id. AWARD. AUTONOMY. AUTHENTICITY. ftriiElnefs. Southern. a-wa'ke. with due f. That which a. a-tO-mat'-I-kal. fower of tafte.anda. air of an authority . af-te're. a'f-trme. a. f. a-top'-t'-kal. To AWAKEN. A machine in itfelf the power AUTHENTICALLY. living eyes. manner. Legalpower. cruelty. of beingauthentick. life.v. a. Ocular a'-tip-fy. n. power. fupport. f. Severely. gidly. Severe. authority . a-tom'-a-ton. AUTHORITATIVENESS. a. ad. authentick own between AUTHOR. authority. A i'-t6-graf. a-ttl6r'-i-ty. within itfelf. f. fentence judicial . any ftaterefembling a-wa'ke. -tl-kal-ly. act of another. roughiiefs AUSTERITY. To to adjudge. due of In an authoritativemanner. nes. i-ton'-no-my. AUTHENTICKLY. To AWARD. the efficient. Authenticity. tick. harflidifciplinc. l-tlTen'-tlk. The prefcription. See AWAKE. one's f. AUTOGRAPH. fleep . . f. a-ttior'-i-ta-tlv-ly. ing. ing a. AUTHENTICAL. After a-tflen-tlk-ly. put into To give make to any perfon to authority thing . one's to Not a-tRen'-t!-kal-nes. authority. To roiifeout of fleep . with a fhew To appearance. ad. AUTHENTICK. AUTHORIZE. ke. break from To fleep. f.prove a thing to right . mover of any a-tiim'-nal. ad.. The thingfrom one a-tlTor'-l-ta-tlv. Severity. own perfon's af-te're-nes. \ er. Perceived a. helping. v. a-tSor'-l-ta-tiv-AWAIT. f. With ^-tlTen ad. a. credit rule tenance. . in tafte. AUSTERE. AUXILIAR. to expcdt.harfli.f. Help- K.T U A AUTOCRASY. igz-il'-yar. any legal . AWAIT. Hav- AUTHORITATIVE. fummer AVULSION. Of a. credibility. . AUTOGRAPHICAL.a. AUSTERENESS. AUSTERELY. to a-tfio-ri-za'-fliun. To for teftimony . Having of motion. own a'-tum. to requifite circumftances procure AUTHENTICALNESS. power. f. he that efthing. to give credit to any perfonor thing. a-t6-graf'-i-kal. By a-tip'-ti-kal-ly. AUSTRINE. f. agz-il'-ya-ry. firftbeginneror The eyes. be in ftore for. a-wa raife from AWAKE. a writer in general. to eftablilhany thing by authority . new AWAKE. writing. a-wa'te. aflifting. af-tral. the power AUTOMATON. AUTHENTICKNESS. demonftration. a'-ttTur.

in- ftruck with awe. AWE. d'-kurd-ly. in equallybetween An head.^ two revolve. a-ry'. with ftriking fl-ruck with The qualityof ftatc of folemnitj' . with AXLE-TREE. ad. let perfon. obliquely . which reverence. ftraight a inftrument a ak'-fhiim. awe.ad. v. AYGREEN. points.fcntejicc. AWLESS. f. S the the lutions circumvo- performed. awe. us go Abfent from any . AWORK. ak'-sis. level. j midft of the time. Inelegant. Yes. AY. cautious.on AYE. a reverentiah In a-fdl-ly. The ad. a. agz-il'-lar. a-wa of attentive. feventh or in of gance. or Englifli veflel to evident propofition A The line. a ing the AZURE.f. or whick wheel. AWARE. to ad.ad. magnetical azimuth. that manner. impolite. for Always. untoward. To n. Belongingto the agz-U'-la-ry. f. a. V. of want not leek. AWAY. AWARD. a'-gren. The f. Clumfily. az'-y-muttr. what the Aafc of firftfight. to eternity. in rightflate. f. a. A of confifting fliarp edge. I. ax'l-tre. being Some AXILLARY. AWKWARDLY. meafure is called f.not a'. AZIMUTH. f. ad. gentility. beware. circle and one ton. out . a. a-wurk'. ad. To from Awake. clumfinefs. clumfy. i'-kurd-nls. AWFUL. A pointedinftrument a'-les. Dutch out with- a anfwering tierce. a'-ning. 9 a at- imaginary. ftate diredion. faint blue. Blue.reverence. per- AWME. a. U 2 at of the azimuth azimuth fea for find^ azimuth. f. AWRY. AWE. Not afquint.is an place and of the horizon contained the compafs. f. oblique vifion .per\erfely. caufing England an f. reverence. Vigilant.inelegantly. a'-ry. is cover See AIRY.with aks'. inftrument ufed the given vertical any line. real ax'l. AXIOM. placeor one's or Reverential a'. f. timorous. AXE. Inele- A Without to boreholes. a-wa're. AWFULLY. it may pin which palTesthrough which on are The f. fear. work. the pov/er of a'm. ftrike with To a. AWFULNESS. termination. Judgment. working. to be a-wi'. unreadily. f. unevenly. boat in metal AWEBAND. To re. AYRY. AWKWARD. AWORKING. a'-ful.A AWN a-wl rJ. of the wheel I'y. AWARE. ftrikes with worfhipful. d'-fal-nes. not fear. pafTes through any thing. AWHILE. In a-wurk'-ing. magnetical -zhur. AWNING. a'-kurd. the ever. A That fills with or vefted with reverence. preterite On labour. unready. reverence.f. a'-bind. AWL. armpit. deAWOKE. a a 1 a. fpreadover weather. AXIS. AXLE. a-w6 kc. meridian of or keep oiF the a ftar. verfe. own power. the awe. check. a AXILLAR. ^" . ad. unhandy. AWKWARDNESS. a-hwi'le. untaught. an fun's a between arch is a:^rauth of between an the arch fun's magneticalmeridian. fame with houfe- The fun. a'. ad. of begone .a. dignity.

to fupport. the time.to ftrengthen. bak'. bak-gam'-mun. v. bak'-fOrd. BACKHOUSE. An inftrument ufefea. again. tall. A A play buildings The part of a takingthe part of animal .v. condiiion of outer the an The part of the hand placebehind. BACKROOM. play girls BACCATED. bik'-wardz. op- pitchingforward. BACKSWORD. be- . v. bat(h'-e-lur-{hip. A niator.but very BACCIFERQUS. pieceof room bak'--(lide. f. f. f. BACKSLIDE. to To infant. BABY.f. BABBLE. BACKGAMMON. hind. BACHELORSHIP. reproachthe abfent. f.fenfelefs prattle. BACKSTAFF. mount bakt'. The f. on the back the back placebehind . largeft kmd. berries. BAA. To bab'l. To from return. a bak'-dor. the houfe. bak'-ka-nalz. rear. f. Tocrylilcealhecp. An the bak'. thing. BACKDOOR. Ropes which keep BACKSTAYS.a. apoftate. an A imitation of child. Eefet with pearls. main- .in bab'-blur. BABE. one prefentftation . .f. BACK. heib. horfe a the fecond. one with fword fharpedge. BABOON. prattlelike tell fecrets . child. bak-ka-na'-lyan. the back. with. With BACKWARDS. bak'. BAG BAG ba'. to BACKBITE. idlyj flieep. ad. babe Childifh. ried unmar- firft degrees . bak'-pes. the houfe. talker. f. which bak'-kus-bole. out a of BACKFRIEND. the mart from hinder An flairs in the houfe. the part of any part of any thing tool. the thick fight to the edge. f. cenfure- the c' '. f. a. forward place whence to juftify. BAA. |iof(#d of covers bak'-rom. his BUTTON. a fmall child. a much. a. BABERY. bak'-ftaf. A bak'-houfe. To cry of The ba'. BACK. placeupon . dice and with BACKPIECE. The private bak'-flaz. BACHELORS but"n. Senfdefs prate. bak'-bi-tur. batfti'-e-lur.f. hinder an bak-di'-dur.irz. drunken BOLE. BACK. ba-bo'n. from regreffivelv. a back.ef part of the houfe. BACKBITER. Idle talk. the body. at bak'-ft. any bak-sif'-e-rus.f.f. f. ba-by. teller of break bab'1-ment. coming not talk to ad. n. v. BACKSLIDER. the back fecret. fccond a. part of when the hind the in enemy The The f. monkey thingspaft. Fineryto pleafe a ba'-be-ry. Having many BACCHANALIAN. a or A drunkard. idle An ba'be.f. BACCHUS to- tain. bab'l. f.f. towards the back prefentftation to the . cenfurer biV-blfti. f. BACKSIDE. A flower To a. or f. it is fhut . BACCHANALS. BACKED. BACKSTAIRS.f. fonvards the A . BABBLER.B. . image in infant. not . f. n. knightof takes who man Campion. BABBLEMENT. or BABISH. . which a bak'-kl-ted. To bak'-frend. to came again. A of the f. to the abfent. backward . The horfe. a behind door tables. ful in bit(h'-e-lurz- bachelor.f.a. bak'-s!de. bearing. a To n. man the lowefl:order. f. V. a fecrets. privycalum- The Having a yardof ground behind BerryTo BACHELOR. f.f. To child talk to . mour ar- behind. full and broad-leaved. game behind feaftsof Bacchus. toward bak'-bite. BABBLE. An fun's altitude TofallofF.

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incc. BALL. of votingby dignity. BALE. ban'. ral natu- bil-der-difh. inelegant .f. before the window bald. of givingvotes.excommunication .f. f. BAN. f. of the . plant. fhrub. BANANA A d. v. plant. bam'-bo. {. Without a. votingby bal-le"-ta'-fliun. Ban of the Empire. :BALEFULLY. BALLOON.'ilK f. A bundle of juicedrawn balm goods. Something put to fhip keep it fteady. bottom 'BALLETTE. ba 1. Gentian. is fhot up into the a . f. a. bal-lo'n. bal-uf-tri'de. A bal-ko'-ny. v/riting. Any thingmade in a round form . To the balfam from producingbalm . combuftible matter. RUBY. trate. BAND. thingbound round together perfons j joined neckcloth worn by chiefly any of company kind particular a bandage. One BALLAD-SINGER. Plantain. bam-boz-lur. foothing. BALNEATION. Men who givea fign to mifs any "BALKERS. bam-bo'zl. Sorrowfully. Unauous. fra- bal-fam'-Ik. v. cheat. unguent. BALM. A of to BALSAMICK. herrings -BALL. bridge Djfappointmentwhen leaft BALSAM. TREE.inbild-ly.bak. tree bal-ne-d'-fhun. a f. The aft covering . band'.meanly. To a joom. fcent. without BALDERDASH. BALNEATORY. f. ture. f. eleganth'. BALCONY. "BALK. littlebail or A ballot. mifchievoufly. BALSAMICAL. v/hofe An entertainment employment is to in the frreets. OF for the bii'le-ful. a of fovereignty globeborne as an enfign . f. full of name ba'm of a. BALK. f. the zodiack. a grant. of land left imploughed. f. The ad f. ba'le-fdl-ly. unadorned.a publickcenfure by which the of privileges any German prince are fuf- pended. grant fra- or f. or of flone. any thingthat fooths ointment BALM ALDRICK. BAMBOO. f. BALDNESS. A fong. ba 1. The of of want f. de- low word. To to A impofeupon. . a ball of pafteboard. given of any thing. great beam. bal"-ne-a-tur'-ry. to omit. -of mifchief. largeround chymiftry . bi'1-drik. A notice Publick To ceive. way markable plantre- bath. Nakedly.\l'-!^t. bal'-ne-a-ry. a round thingto playwith .a ba'ld-mun-ny. a. a valuable . Ointment. BALEFUL. f. APPLE. ftripped. or gates miti- affuafive. odoriferous . dancing. BALDMONY. The GILEAD. difappoint.f. ba'm. by pain. plant. The gll'-yad. BALLAD. hair. of fingballads of Having the qualities bal-fum-apl. BALLOT. fapor juiceof The f. a chain kept in reftraint. BALLAST. bal'-ldd. BALLOTATION. a 8 . BALK. bal'-lit. bi'ld-nls. mitigating. f. b:V-kurz. blk. BAMBOOZLER.f. bam. without in b-il'-Iut. ba'k. A girdle . Rows of littlepillars called balufters. . bal'-Ud-smg-ur. To n.fad. f. A foft . ba k. a globe. ad. BALD. the {hole of BALUSTRADE. A bathing-room. dian In- An bal-fam'-i-kal. BALMY. which air. B choofe ballot. f. f. ^ mitigating. Ja.f. BALM. veird ufcd in fliort- ball placed ftuftedwith pillar . A f. f. . BALNEARY. ba 1-fum. is connexion or another A any animal by which union ba-na'-na-tre. necked on a at the of the b. interdi"lion. any iiart of the body that approachesto roundnefs. mix- ticket ballot. the lofs of hair meannefs . ftrongbalfamick ad. f. BALK. EALA3S BAN L B A A kind of ufed ruby. BALLOT. acurfe.and then burfts. Sorrowful. f. bal'-l. f. fruf- is. odoriferous. expe"Sed. An Indian plantof the reed kind. which To a longing Bea. bale. . to a BALSAM a.bil'-asro'-by. f. bal'-my. thing. any remarkably BALDLY. of frame hair wood. any tye. Rude the aSi. v. BAMBOOZLE. f. bathing.

cafes covered managing a bank'. BANDIT. countrv. own bank bank-ket'.f. one bank'-kwlt. ban-dit'-ty.f. each fide bAn'-tir. fufficientchargefor a a A maftiff. ban'-tar.v. -kw!t-hous. 7 f.f. BAN ban'-ne-ret. a ftreamer borne ban'-drul. f. fhade. BANDYLEGGED. a. laid up ufcd fillet. . blow. knightmade ban'-ne-rOl. " BANK.raillery. f. he that makes BANQUET-HOUSE. A that lives delicioufly . a called for BAND. ban'-dy. ftreamer. country or feaft.f. leave his a . or To Somethingbound roller wrapped rowers concerned band. f. lay up bank'-bll'. ban'-dog. a. BANDY.or plinth.f. BANISH. BAPTISM. Poifonous. ?. bottom bank. Poifonouf- ne-ful. the ftaleof The uA beingbanifli- on rifing feafts. One that banters. of . to agitate. A another banilhing ed. v. BANKRUPT. ban'-dy. 7 banquetsare kept. BANTER. BANQUETER. earth feafter. v. legs. Deadly night- beat. To beyond ftandard flag. A f. To a. poifon. in architecture. one of of f. bank'-kwe-tingJ houfe where ban BANTER. BANNIAN. ban'-dy-leg. BANQUETTE.nd ihat f. BANK. facia.f. f. BANSTICLE. bin'-te-rur. over bind to . BANDITTI. A BANKRUPTCY. A ban-yan'. water. to little another turned To beat to give and to . a bench placewhere money is laid up to be any . Any flatmoulding BANDELET. The To to that forces ban'-n!{h-mtnt. a thump. leather. own IS HER. v. bank'-rupt. Poifon ba'ne. of them A club A . Ridicule. A crooked leg. f. To a. exile. ftriking BANDY. " BANTLING. to or flag man's undrefs. in is money ban-d6-l^'rz. out- man licet. form prefcript S littlechild. BANE. ban'-dy-legd. mifchief.ruin. He To the foot of the parapet. b4'ne-wurt. rally. To unite together into To body or troop another the filletor .f. BANNERET. To In debt of payment. ba'ne. f. a. band'. .v. v.de{trudi\enefs. BANEWORT. to one crooked that trafficks in f. BANEFULNESS. BANQIJETING-HOUSE.face. A little To peafemeal BANQUET. ban'-dit. n. BANG. a. BANTERER. a BANDYLEG.each that is powder BANDROL. bank'. kind of oaten hou's. any flatlow mould- clergy . to fare daintily. or ftreamer. a over ban'-d6-let. to thump ban'-nlfli-ur. his A cake. Small wooden BANDOLEERS. bang handle f. bank'-ur. .a A the end of To nefs. lance. ban'-nik. bank heapof earth piiedup . 5" lawed. ba BANEFUL. f. f.f. To a. to BANKER. BANDOG. for bands and box flight A thingsof other fmall weight.f.f. hip -tlzm.the aft of de- a. f. f. v. play upon. water BANK-BILL. for from for money note of which fight the at paid. man the power taining con- a ball. A bant'-llng. or One the in the field. A feaft. flagor f. a in . BANQUET. ba'ne-fal-nls. wounded a with over ban'-didzh. The bank'-rup-fy. Having To llato claring bankrupt.BAP BAN the ing. bank'-kwi-tir. Baptifmis givenby of words winch the .f. a at -ftlkl. drive away. iiv money one's felf bankrupt. ciprocally re- tofs about.v. a member. a bank'-kwlt. a. ftickleback. A to . bang'. at BANNOCK. the occafionally money. ban'-nifh. to ban'-nur. To condemn . ban'-boks. A fmall banJc A fmall lifli. BANNER. a. BANG. A with of To f. broken. f. round at and take fro. BANE.deftrudive. of company inclofe with banks. f.f. another from EANlSHxMENT. BANNEROL. roughly. BANDBOX.or morning gown. mu pcrfons bank. BANDAGE. f.

To ba'r-ba-kan. in thing hinder. for horfes. BARBECUE. to jagarrows BARBACAN. man man Indies. an the guns are ry.are ftrokesdrawn acrofs the lines of a pieceof perpendicularly the beating ufed to or meafure mufick. BARBAROUS. The place bap'-tif-ter-ry. b. that ba'rb. without fliamelefly. Naked. hog ba'r-bid. not tfher'b. to bolt. a a the rules of cruelty. Furnifhed with a. a. A bar-ba'-ryan. . To of in the To a drefling hog armour the walls of a town throughwhich . bar . whole. without threadbare. BARBARITY. tcry. Pipperidge bufh." an inclofed fits. BAR.'ho fhaves the man f. . fhoes. . kind of A fifiifoimd ba r-biir. a. with bi'r-be-ku. . to prevent. Openly. inhumanly. To a. f. f. f. of mufical time. A CHERRY.v. Savagenefs. BAREFOO pity. BARBED. Incivility BARBAROUSNESS. tart fruit in the Weft pleafant BARBARIAN. the beard . baptifmisoften norance fpeechcontrary to the purityof language fufFerings. ked. pieceof wood A fpeech. r. to a ward pointsthat ftand back- placeof the beard . BARB. the in to to Stranger unacquainted . BARBECUE. adminifter the facrament of to that adminifters BAR. bearded. bar-bar'-i-ty. BAPTIST. drefs out hooks. . without a. EfFron- BAREFACEDNESS. a. unadorned.\r-ba'-dus f.a. BARB. one To v.a. BAPTISTERY. BARBERRY. BAREFACEDLY. bolt to faftena door .a foreigner . baptifm. unciwithout bar-bar'-!k. BEAR. BAREBONE. fimpie.' baptifm. a rock a any that chriftens. poet. BARE. f. hooks. Foreign. to tohinder claim. A v. f. incivility. brutality. poor. regulate or bar. affuranee. ba covering . bare-fa'ft-ncs.f. in placein a tavern where a houfekeeper demand a law. f. favage.uncivilized civility. concealment re. To bap-ti'ze. BARBEL. taken for Scripture in f. united with any BARE. A form of BARBARISM. fhave. fpeech. to placedbefore the A horfe. with arts for prevention . Without ba'r-ba-rus-ly. without detefted. ba rd. the church of Chrift doth ufe . f. ba're-faft. ba'r-ba-rif-nls. levelled. BAREFACED. hardto baptifm. BARD. Without fhoes.much ba're-bone. To an arrow ba'rb.particip. 2 in beard. A mere ba BARE. cruelty. ba re.plain. BARE- . inrefpecl. r. f. knowledgeof arts . ba'r-her-ry.f. igof of Of a. dreft ba rbl.to obftruft . ba re-fut. chriften. audacioufnefs. any thing by v/hich the ftrufture is held together . favagenefsof manners.to furnifh the horfe with in the wall fuit. BAPTIZER. bare-fd'ft-ly. vilized. incivility.Arb. uncovered armour contrary manner impurityof language. cruelty. . BAPTIZE. of To preterite re. Any thing grows BARB. . not worn thingelfe. a. EARBADOES bar-bl-ku. Without ba're-fut-Id. . With the face naa. fetched. inhumanity. ftrip. f.unreferved. baptifm. of the facrament where nefs of heart. that adminifters f. f. toexcept. or pertainbap-tiz'-mal. f. armour ad. v. cruel. hinder entrance any obftacle . harbour a . . Barbary v. BAPTISMAL. faftenor fliutany To a. bars in mufick. a afavagc.jaggedwith BARBER.inhuman. ba fageto f. want ing learning . bank or laid crofs apaf- of the entrance at plea. ad. a. cruelly. from fliutout exclude from . the placewhere caufes of law are tried . v. plenty fortification A A whole.or a . ing open- A for term rivers. manners. malted . He bap'-tift. thingufed ba'r-ba-rus. BARBARICK.BAR BAR ba'r-bar-izm. A very lean perfon. a peremptory exception againft To with BARBAROUSLY. fhamelefs.BAREFOOTED.far- difeuife.f. One bap-ti'-zur. impurityof baptifmis adminiftered. arts. to prohibit .

contrad "who contraft v. not changesof the -. a. To dignity f. BARONET. To n. f.there are alfo barons of in the lower cinqueports. A fortification any bar. trees ftrip To n. makes or proffers barje. Full of obftruaions. any fort of f. BARRENWORT. of invention ba-rcHmet'-trl-l:al. BARNACLE. atmo- To a paflage. A bar'-ra-tur. unfruit- fpecies BARRFUL. BARRACK. in a trees. BAR- . ful. BARRICADE. BARENESS.f. fterility. v. a perfon bargain.iry . BARLEYCORN. f. BARK. bar'-rln-ly. lating BARRICADO. fenfibiliry. to thick ftrong f. at. of malt A which ba r-ly. f. An BAROSCOPE. bir-ry-ka keepoft'an f. f. baron's that is heredii. barrel. He bar-gm-ne'. fhipthat givestitleto a baron. employedin flripping ba r-ky. poverty5 BARGAIN. of court the tion. BARRATRY. f. A ba'r-nakl. it is below BARRATOR. v. ftruclion. any thi want ba-rom'-me-tur. is made. Baron is uf. Buildingto ledge BARREN. BARREL. rn. A and wrangler. BARONAGE. ment boat f. of ment agree- or make accepts of honour a fhe that or bargain. a f. ba rk. cla- f. f. of rural lady. a. Nakednefs ba're-nls. hollow. pleafure . gree lowvft de- knight. f. . coveringof a or a a.or ftraw.in the order want of made To a gun. ad.uninventive. for fale. meannefs of clothes. lean- . a. Confifting^of f. a. A kind ba'r-ly-brike.f. ba'r-my. W. To a bark. BARGAINEE. only. fmall a BARK. BARRICADE. bar-ry-kit'-di. barm.f. f. in theology. That honour BARONY. which The f. bur'-r'm.d in law for illrcfprcl. barge. barley. Not prolifick a. . A bird like a meafuringthe weight of and fphere. of their bark. The baron. bar'-ril. attack . make Yeaft. one BARKY. drink weightof the or foldiers. To the the hufband in relationto his wife. chine ma- of nobility next degree wooden bar'-rin. bir'-nm-es. nefs f. thingboughtor fold. bark.fcanty. for burden.mt of the BARRENNESS. . to to a cylinder. a law. BARGAINER.v. unmeaning. dull. A The kind of camelot. gram BARLEY. a boat for A BARGE. Uncovered a. BARRENLY. BARMY. f. a Eo To flop v. play. exchequer. power A A bar'-ril. a. bar. bar'-run-et. the variaiions in determine the A veffelcontaining liquor. to bar. BARK. up the barometer. a bar'-ra-kan. f. a put any thing of to of . Nakedly. fhew the to BARRACAN. tree . hay.f. The ba'r-gin-nur. as goofe.f.merely. -rin-wurt. Containing ba inftru- bar'-rak. A bar'-gin. ba rk. BAREHEADED. ad. for atmofphere. chiefly round not fertile. that have places houfe of parliament . bAr -rd-lkipe. bir'-rin-ldzh. bar bar-ful. baron and above f. a it. dog makes BARKER. bar'-rJn-n!s.BAR BAR ba're-hed-dld. BARRICADO. A plant. trees. One the noife make clamour that barks or mours. Foul pra^icein bar'-ra-tr^. ba're-ly. f. placeor houfe grain.veather. BARELY.a. procreation. concerning flipulation. Baron is one vefTel copious. ba r-gm. To. barm. Unfruitfully. want matter . to fuppofed fabuloufly " for on grow BAROMETRICAL. to ba'r-kur. f. to be {topped clofe. fortify. Re- vifcount . fale .obflop. BARGAIN. lord- cncourager of law fuits. to BARN. bar'-run-y. To BARLEYBRAKE. a BARONESS.the ferment put into it work. BARON. A grainof baV-ly-korn. The ba'r-jur. of the judgesin the the barrel of unfruitfulnefs. manager of rind fhip. BAROMETER. To v. BARM. a- de.a laying up ofiliell filTi.f. bir-ry-ka'de. fterile. f. A fortificabar-ry-kl'-do. BARGER. BARREL.

born out . the ba- ointment called alfo tetrapharmacon. vilenefs. f. Any carriage hand.f. BASKET-HILT. of the wind kind. modities. ba r-tur. He that trafficks BARTERER. The and ba'r-tram. . iVIINDED. TimorouHy. . grave. in fmall a water pond . plant. trafficking by exchange.worthlefs bafilickvein. BARRIER. of a cone the {o made as to woman that at plies hilt of markets a the whole hand. 1 ASSOON. ungenerous bafe-barn. vilenefs of metal .it. . old rullick play.f. to Belonging to f.an S A B a. bis'-sit. deep. applied applied pedeftal . building with crefton or cannon. BASILICA. as bafely figures a. baftardy . the mafts and riggings to cut down To ba'r-tur.V.f. BASKET-WOMAN.an or fl-rong fortification. a province. f. f. bafk'. A veftelmade ruflies. exchangingone commodity for To ba r-tur. a. juftice. bafli'-fal-nis. Ji. the mean . An ba-zil'-y-kon.ASSET. filica. baf-fon. BASILISK. give . f. f. fcrpent. littleking. the BASELY. Lower BASE-COURT. racers or BASS.from of fpecies for ba fn. of low j the loweft of the three ftation. ufed in concerts BASE. his head .BASS-RELIEF. fplinters.deep. Exchangeof bu'r-te-ry. bLwn game at cards. moved f. a bar-fhot. Mean. baz -i-l!fk. of which do not ftaud out from the ground born.f. A bafti'-ful. of found. out founds. f. firing . To warm To BASK. blr'-rif-iur. illiberal. of A middle ba-zll'-i-ka. bu'fe. ba-zil'-lik. f. heat. Sculpture. f. . uf:d bos. ba fe. bar'-jro. Modefty. that on to metals. f. A mufical inftrument with a rccd. f. perfonqualified caufes of clients in the courts S ad. To BARTER. the BASE. place. court. A bar'-ryir. contain A with a A bafket. Meanly. any hollow dock Bafins of fhips. ba fe-ly.pellitory. Modefl. bas'-klt-h. by exchange. BASILIKON. com- difin- vein a for repairing Balance. To lie in placeto a receive bas'-kit.v. a fame comb a iscalled fmall vcfielto hold A or wafhing.fhamefaced. bafli'-ful-ly. of viceroy Mcannefs. BASHi-ULLY. traffick by another. The aft or praflice of BARTER. bas'-klt-wum-iin. a. BASIL. mat BASS. He looking.grave. bafe-born. BASENESS.obftruftion place. ftockings. ad. BASE-VIOL. and ufed chiefly of fnips. BARTER.f. BASILICA. a. the that bafe found f. bulletsor half- at fea joinedby a bar. The foundation of any thing. BASKET. f. in the heat. ba'r-te-rur. Born out of wedlock. placecapaciousof liquids . deepnefs bafh-I'. BASE fpi- rited. Two of by hand-barrow. the the fcales. BASIN. bafk'. by laying genuous.my thingin exchange. bas-vi-ul. the limits bar to mark a a boundary. a. f. to trenchment en- . v. See BASE-VIOL. account which any thing is raifcd . the groundwork. bi s. A in churches. f. a of any B f. the placefrom which tiltIn mufick. a kind of A kill by or Bafilifk. other ufes .f. lumn principal parts of a coof wedlock. f. a BARRISTER. bi'fe-nis. sives ers run an a BASS-VIOL. BASHFULNESS. a The arm. pleadthe A the as EARSHOT.fli BASHFUL. in baftardy. a rocks . To. f. of barricade. the in their full . Mean a. bullets BARTERY. f. of pedeftal a An inftrument for the bafe found. v. of twigs. BASE-BORN. BASHAW. f. proportion. of name BASILICK. a faid to cockatrice. BARTRAM. ba'fe-min-dld. or bafe-vl'-ul. flop. n. BASIS.diflionourably. part of the fea inclofed f. The ba-zll'-i-ka. the of any bottom weapon thing.. a. BASK. . b^z-il. The bottom flatue . BASTARD. A f. foolifh or ruftick fhame. BARROW. vile. Among the Turks. ba'fe-kort. niodeitly.without value. baf-nj-li'f. plant. ba'-sis.

ba'tti. to of any baftard . of baftard. Array. contend in fight. Strife. flightly. tween be- encounter body of forces . a. BASTARDIZE. To Warlike. ground feems to whether quellion. a To bulwark. a. half- Hebrew fcven gallons and fourpints.v. He of with a bird. n. or vefTel of hot cold. To -do. mice ing in the night-time. a. a weapon. a armies oppofite Difputable. a. A BATTLE-AX. a. v.13 A BAT bas -tard. a. BATLET. Turkifh a The an } ufuallyfaced with bat'. The bat'-te-ry. bat'l-dor. the . or BATTLE-ARRAY. Belonging f.atblade. To A thingfpurious. wood battle. a ba'te-ful. the outward to warm BATOON. with Except. v. A Bath BATH. heavyftick. BATEMENT. baf-ty-ni' bas'-tfhun. art or nature . prep. ground heretofore it belongedto England or frame that batters. To meat on beat with the flick. bi'te-ment. Contentious. To be in the water.v. . f. The bat-tal'-lya. appearance. of wedlock . b.f. bat'1-mcnt. offend . to beating beat. inftrument fl. BATfiE. the dripbutter upon a. In Scotland.f. BAT-FOWLING.f. to f. To a. f. a. baf-ty-na'-do. bav'-a-roy. make bat'n. a. bat'. A kind of cloke. the BATE. To n.f. . batfh'.f. beat. BAVIN. any quantity contention.r BATING. liquors ba'the. to firike fhuttlccock. retrench . v. out woman V a bath . BATTERER. firo. a fpit . to fatten. To an army. military fer\'ice. aft of battering the inftruments with which the feveral of To n. them. huge To in ba-ton.' is either hot bat'l-lr-ra'. mounted . n. ufed in BATTALIA. convict of of ad. in violent law. is battered town a which upon bat'l. a army. BATTALION. of v. a BAT. b. a BASTE.f. BATE. wings but with baked cheon trun- A moufe. fat . . punifhmentof beatingan ) v. fpurious. to a bat. A BATTLE. In bas'-tard-ly. BASTINADO. To wafh in a ball round or a handle and open a bill. If.a fort of with ba the.to demand fmk the price . BASTARD. in bav'-in. BAVAROY. down .containing BATHE. bat'l-aks.not feathers. Diminution. to The quantityof bread made at once. a To or ba fte. BAUBEE. bat'-let. meafure. BATEFUL. BATTERY. A mafs of earth. f. water. begeta to To a. baf-ty-nA'de. To ofr. and bringsforth Aftaffor club. in which body of a BATTER. BATTY. v. bate. aft of his feet.V-bc'. BASTINADE. a foftcr placedthat requires another is the naked than order of battle. f. An BATTLE-DOOR. A mixture BATTER. has -tard. to places look throughor annoy A wall with an enemy. of fquarepiece A marfhal's ftafF.to beat with out wear f. few to BASTINADE. army. f. Adivifionof bat-tal'-lyun. f. bi'-table. bat'-ty. Birdcatch- able either of troop. . heat bat BATTEN. A flicklike thofc bound faggots. man. f. rampart. An animal havingthe bodyof a ingredients bat'-tl-rur. To pcrfonbom bas -tar-dize. grow To a. to with wear To fat. BATTAILLOUS. fort of fkin which its young as do. bat'-tur.i te. . fuckles and Scotland. f. BATTLE. J beatingwith To ba'-ting. up . foficn fuppleor to a bartard. EATABLE. cut order f. cudgel. at a time .Batmain be the To body of ai cannons are of any ftriking an fight. bat'-tO-lus. v. . beaten together. bat'-fow-llng. baf-tjr-nade. BATTLEMENT. f. ner man- by wafh with any thing. a f. T BAWBLF. BATTEN. to lefTcna v.Handingout f. bat'-tur.fuppofititious. beinga BASTARDLY. a penny. a from fods. BASTARD. lefTenany thing. BATCH. a To a It is extended.f. on application beatinglinen. bat'l.f. EAT. forces . BASTINADO. to fertilize. f. lock Begottenout of wedadulterate. BASTION.

Wildfervice. To carry. unchafte. To ba'l. V. f. ba'. The ben. term a the divifionsof fignify Baysare from fourteen BAY. and the to thread. a. A To n. ba'-bllng. SALT. An openinginto ba'. other fliutin. have gallies . BAWL. .f. a. ting emitRadiant.f. any thingending A beams aromatick gum the Levant. marks . BAY. fword beak. of the begl. which be'k. . to a. are BEAK. quality. ba'-ril. receives its confiftence from the heat fun. the man fome certain ftate. a cylindrical belongingto the loom. ba'. BEAN.v. ob- rogues the be'kn. niufket. A houfe ba'-dy-houfe. b^'dl. BAWREL. a. BAWDILY. with greatvehemence an my ene- bodies. A f. ible. ba'-kik. ba'. globular be'd-tre. f.f. fhore. is formed paflive BEACHY. contempt- BAWBLING. ba'-sln. BAY. thingfurrounded through.f. who about the neck worn perfons. bark as or a garland. fixed a beak. iiwif". f. f. Trifling. hares the land. ba'-dy. BAWCOCK. be'n-ka-pur. a f. gardenbean common the . bd'-yard. a the are fufpended . be'. of at wood BEAMY. with cup a fpoutin bird's beak. BAWD. tree. BAWD. horfe bean. a that timber and any large to balance. The be-tftied. ba'-dy-nls. waves. BAWDRY.E B ba'bl. to f. be mentioned to are BEADSMAN. BDELLIUM. Somethingraifed be firedon BEAD-TREE. f. A ba'-dry. f. head of the ancient by enemies. A plant. and BEAD. f. The ftateof any out a crier. To fine fellow. f. a building. outward. of this nut it takes its name. BAWDRICK.f.bored religious as beads. A badger. together. BAYARD. of of which its brown A be'-kur.v. To n. The pieceof the ba'-wln'-do. A verb by which trifling auxiliary a gew-gaw. ba -drlk. BEAN-CAPER. pieceof E B To BEAR. BAY To pointlike BEAL. To n. BAWL. be'dz-man. trafHck erected be d. havinghorns or antlers.Obfcenenefs. exift. deBEADLE. Havingbeaches. A the verb have exiftence. BEACHED.f. f. f. hoot. eminence. finery. whence ftrung froward child. ba'. To Having a as cci. dog at a thief. in The petty officer in parifhes. ) it isthe beak.v. be tfh. f. by wickednefs is made .and ufed is. colour. f. fhining. BEAGLE. procurefs.to . BAWDY. wa- prayers. where or procurer bl'd. A whelk BEAM. their prayers bauchery. A bay horfe. A fhort bag'-un-ner. . employed man be'-ked. a BEAM-TREE. or pieceof main houfe that part of . . jutting A window fixed at the end of broughtfrom BE. on which web is gradually rolled as it is wove . littleballs J any ba'l.f. long the ends the fcales be'm-tre. f. A BEACH.dition. f. to cry To a. to BAY a barn to or ufed in to twenty feet long. ba'. Salt made is fo called from A of fea The WINDOW. BAWBLE. f. belt. f. ad. a. to as a cry proclaimas A kind of hawk. ray with which horny mouth billor be'm. bringing whores fcenity. pieceof timber ter. v. the form honorarycrown at pieceof brafs like BEAKER. Small a Obfcene. procure. fmall hound be'l. pradice of wicked Expofedto a. A catalogue of thofe BEADROLL. A BAY. In architeiSure. a. colour. BAWDY-HOUSE. ba'. the of light emitted from fome luminous body. a the fupports ba'-faIt. a. f. by f. f. be'-tfhy. f. v. tree a . BEACON. Obfcenely. f. BEAKED. ba'-di-ly. n. a loftsof a pimple. BAWDINESS. longing or fervitor bemeflenger hunted. A BAY. ba d. f. be -my. An To BAY. h^d-rh]. A bird BAY. convey or be r. tcy of autho- rity j . An del'-Iyum. f. and BAYONET.and prayingfor another. to a court To on an globesor ballsftrung upon by theRomanifts to count for ornament approachof direct navigators. f. to carry carry as a as a mark burden .the ftrand. BAWSIN.

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Corredion BATING. be of. with fall of dev. v. f. n. part. keep a {hipfrom After . a. Fair. f. BEDCHAMBER. a. marriage . a That ad. appropriated bed'-cloz. ba-at'-i-tude. bed -tfi. ad. To becomingmanner. To bemire. BED. f. BECOMINGLY. a put the bed in to be-dab'l. To make the luftre. To bird in fuitable be befit. embellifh. n. over To this account. v. a. BEAUTEOUSNESS. A fpotplaced bd'-t{'-fp6t. a congruity. BEATITUDE. BEDEW. propriety. heightenfome beauty. garden. BECOME. a .to layin order. of beingbeautiful. layin earth . tiful beau- a be-kum'. To a. make To n. To A appear . For fow. Befitting bd -tfhus. to To a. be'-ting. A named the An animal. To a. f. that the perfonbeatifiedisin heaven. to The adorn. by our Saviour to particular To BECK. to be the end of. BECK. a. . f. the part of helmet a To BECKON. BEAVER. ftateor fome which be'-vurd. bd'-ti-fdl-K. To as be-du'. a declaration of bleffednefs happinefs. f. bek'. be-kum'. f. fon be-kum be-dafh'. quality bd -ty-fy.am-bir. BEATIFY. condition fign. to deliver of a The manner. in Fair. nod of command. To a. That of affemblage eye. BECOMING. The go rea- BEDAGGLE.be-kdm'-mmg-nls. To the mind. bek the head. BEAU. To moillen gently. BED. be-kl!p'. be-kiun'-ming. To 2 bcial. to adorn. To bringto BED. -ming-ly. make a. a nod. bank of earth raifed in manner. of Become. BEAUTIFULLY. f. (lateof beingbeauteous. a bed. to be made particular to To to by pleafes BED. a. a of drefs. felicit)'. foppifh. materi. To bek fuitable the to beaver. To In bu'-t!-fdl-n!s. Something made to fleepon lodging . a. ftill the elements motion BECAUSE. BECAME.v. conjuna. BEAUISH. to f.v. BECALM. . like a elegant propriety. to happen to.v. f. and remarkable for his art in his building habitation the beft kind . v.^d. BEAUTIFY. BEAVERED. graces. graceful. Inabe. be-tfliW. f. The bed'-dlng. bd'-ty. f.v. a. fignwith the BECOME.v. child . be-at'-l-fy. for .alscf abed. to fomething to placedin bed . Bleffednefs. on v. manner hat of . To BEAUTY. To wet. To a. To To BED.amphibious. otherwife caftor.ad.or any hollow. To blefied. plantin quiet to . BEAUTEOUSLY. f. a layer. be-dagl. to a placeof ilrata. the placewhere any thingis generated . nightingale. a. befinear. . f. covers a BEAUTEOUS. bl-ka-fi-k6. embrace.E B C BED pope. v. To to much befpatter. a fig-pecker. v. be-dck'. . pleafesthe beautiful BEAUTY-SPOT. as BEDECK. a. BEDAZZLE. man To v. an reft. v. be to partakerof the bed . To the face. a beau. To deck.f. the bc-da b. perfon. To a. . fightdim by too be-ka'me. the channel of a river. To that with a bo'-lfh. be'-vur. v. and therefore may be reverenced To To v.in bed'. To a. teous bd'-tfhus-ms. perfon. elegant form. The ber cham- tOitcfl:. BECAFICO. a Covered a.: BED- . a flratum . Coverlets fpread BEDCLOATHS. a. n. be-daz'l. Elegant BECOMINGNESS. BEAUTIFULNESS. he. make BEDAWB. made virtues. To BECLIP. a. bii'-tj'-fdl. preterite this . which into enter become order after it has been ufed. A fignwith a the fate of. the blefswith bi'.v.aubu'-tfhuf-ly. . hl-kVz. or To To BECHANCE. to bed bed bc-ka m. grace a . BEDDING. of celeftial completion enjoyment. cohabit. by blows. BEDABBLE. bed with to befprijikle. BEAUTIFUL. BEDASH. v. v.

bed'-mate. .to drefs. bcd'-rld. a. BEFOOL. f.f. guard. The poftat the corner bed'-poft. To heavymallet. BEDLAMITE. ficknefs. BE. f.an BEE. One that is falfe to the bed. bedfellow. A bed'-m6l-d!ng. a. be-drop'. havinghard f. f. be-dung'. in of. BEETRAVE. bet'-rad-ifli. bed'-ma-kur. BEDRENCH. f. age in the fellow. v.or cattle prepared It has cow. f. To be'-flow-ur. To foil be-drentfh'. a. v.t hives of bees in. to be-fit'. f. mark tree. under in time . f. of a The Beet. be-fo'l. wood the cloaths. prep. beds. BEDPRESSER. befprinkle.f. BEEVES. Liquormade bet'. foak. of the bed. a. be'-maf-tur. To fuit. BEDRITE. which fupports the canopy. Having a. bed'-ftra.f. The folds his which it foft. term. A low To a. f. One that keeps BEE-MASTER. bc-fo're. bcd'-wirk. it is the make to whofe office univerfities. the bed is To an BEETLEBROWED. The A of yeoman of participle preterite bed'-ftid. f. One that lies induftrious and careful in the fame bed. BEETLE. To drench. To bed'-ward. A BEE-EATER. f. a. a. a. BEEF. BEFALL. ticular par- moulding. bird that feeds bees. little. f. with duft. BEFORE. BEDSWERVER. A madman. BEDIZEN. The ftraw laid unBEDSTRAW. mad- a .f. a. havinga ftupid To be-duft'. to cafe. drefs A madhoufe f. not behind the preference priorto. a. hour of reft. v. to ftunt. BEFIT. f. U onward Further preceding to.v. in in the pre- . The dung. a prominent brows. a.f. pafs. bi-di't. BEDUNG. The animal that makes honey. v. a An a. f. a be'f. Confined to the bed by The of privilege with To the ox. upon out. darken. oxen. be'r. To adorn. be-drag'l.to be fuit- able to. perfon. Logger- BEETLESTOCK. BEET. the marriagebed.v. Beaves. ToBEDUST. Work without toilof the hands. BEEF-EATER.or box. Infed hops. to come Black cattle.BED B E F bcd'-fil-l6. be-d!in'. be'vz. ToBEDROP. BEETLEHEADED. A f. BEDFELLOW. BEDRID. To bees BEECH. bed'-la-mfte. v. man. BEDPOST. plural the be'f-e-tur.to BEDIGHT. BEDWARD. BEDMATE. The frame bed to make on bed'-fwer-vur. To cover To BEDWARF. wings . bees. f. f. of cognizance to . cloud. f. f. \f. be'tl-browd'. plant. which be'-hive. to To be'. in the front fenceof. To be-di'zn. BEDMOULDING. To oblcure. BEE-GARDEN. v. headed. bed. or A be'-tfliln. bed'-time. to be'tfli. happen to . To to infatuate. be'tl-hed'-id. BEET-RADISH. f. To handle beetle. drops. A heavy lazy bed'-pref-fur. BEE-HIVE. BEDSTEAD. placed. g. bed'-Iam.v.v. A place to be'-gar-dln. be-fa'l. bull. v.ad. with fprinkle Toward be-dwa'rf.under which he or head. BEDWORK. BEFORE. To make performed be'tl-ftok. of fpecies A f. be'-e-tur. fuperior .f. BEEN. der BEDTIME. fool-ftones. BEER. bed'-rite. bih'. BEE-FLOWER. of the beech. v. f. A perfonin the BEDMAKER. fool. b^t'-rive. are BEECHEN. To BEDIM. cafes of malt and of name be'tl. The kept. BEDLAM. diftinguifhed by fheaths. a. To of Confifting fieftiof black The for food. To n. place. BEDRAGGLE.

b"e-got'n. be-ha've. fupport. Mean. v. to To deep imprefied.earlierin paft. time. paffive firftaft Todothe from one's ternal appearance poor. BEHEST. lately time Ibme In ftatc a or anticipation preoccupation . Manner be-ha'-vyur. or f. or be-fo're-hand. to begets. beg'. The beg'-ler-beg. He be-gla'-nur. cation.a familiar phrafe. ting off"the head. be-held'. - f. Toad. gracefulnefs . previoufly. to. fringes. to To alms. BEGETTER. tide. . He be-get'-tur. fuft ground. H expericncedattcmpter. ments.n'. to To To u"- firftoriginal girdle.paffive verb the BEGET. ceived re- To thing be-fa r-tune.to To be-fou'l. thing. BEG.to impoverifli ex- hauft. from BEHOLD. BEGET. BEGINNING. . be-gln'. provinceamong b'--na'. a. f. To To any to beleaguer. beg'. exter- of adion j. a. be-gin'.a. a. with foul. part. an the entiance . The be-gln'-ning. enter to T" v. BEHELD. as a BEGONE. be-g6t'. to To a. BEGIRD. be-frlnj'c. v. BEFORE. v. be-gy!'l. by way fo than that as expended. of any To trace beginwith. not eat to amufe. V. tlie gives bc-hem'-mith. BEHALF. indigent.further this to firltCaufc. been has more before any atfirft. potamu-s. The hippo- river-horfe.iway. be- foil. b". n. pleafingly. V. BEGGARLINESS. BEHAVE. To be kind be-frend'. beg'-gur.to v. To v.BEG be-fo're. BEG. ToBEFORTUNE. procreate. a. to evade. to beggary. BEGGAR. beg'-gur-y. be-gre'ze. BEGUILE. The beg'-gur-li-n!s. to conduft. BEGOTTEN. BEGIN.v. Formerly. BEGREASE. produce. preparation . ad.to furround. ) The part. caufe To a. To Go . BEFOREHAND. deceive.as to bind with away. be-gon'.to encircle. as f. to BEGINNER. To kill by cutTo BEHEAD. To foil with To impofcupon. f. be-get'. the ftatein which of or to original. a. precept. any f." to BEGIN. fiege.or pall. decorate. ad. the rudifirftgrounds. Command. v. thingfirftis . BEGNAW. upon have its or fomeftate . thingas to enter f. The be-gi.in in time time. v. BEHIND.paffive Favour. any whether felf. B to. a. a davvb with tion by peti- accidents.-parUcip. v. prove. BEHEMOTH. a. BEGUN. be-hed'. a. be-gerd'. f. eleganceof manners. hence. be-gr!'me. E To reduce be-ha've. a bite. BEGRIME. place. BEGGARLY. into a"l. the firftpart of any BEGLERBEG. To produce. BEFORETIME.v. Indigence.g'-giu--ly. To n. to live upon afk. thing new to.v. take any . bc-heft'.. Tq dud that the upon. commence to come thing.ad. make into z"t or being. bad of behaving . to take rife . in ftate of acof a cumulation. to con- ' deprive. . one petitioner. . a. v. To To To a. v.. interje6l. thingfor granted. thing.courfe of life. or chief go- the Turks. with be-fo're-time. dirt generate. To a fliut in \ feek efFed^s. alms. he To to Tq BEHAVE. that procreates. ftate of " one's felf. condud.to One lives upon who affumes what who be-ha'f. good or manner gefture. beingbeggarly. v. To To To of BEGOT. To caufe or is done.notingfuch a ftateas requires great caution. to f. n. BEGGARY. BEFOUL. n. a. of away. beg'-gur. vernour favour. To be upon one's Behaviour. BEFRINQE. f. BEFRIEND. To enter any aflion upoji exiftence . v. previoufly onward in SooneT than. BEGGAR. deceive to of BEGIN. hitherto.to . delude. vindi- carry. does fat foilor matter. a. BEHAVIOUR. original. f. general pradice.

of not faith. Sometim. liquor. the virtue of faith.. BELL. To as a 2 bull j to bdl -16. . To be fit. creed. BELATED. block up. to the bodyof tenets religion . See. bl-hd'ldn. A bel'-a-my. place.a profeflbr BELIEVINGLY. To a.v. view. One bele'-gur-ur. f.. Waging war. with It. Profitably. wind to iil'ue out by eructation. To a. be -It-fo.v.piqj. a. BELIEVER. BELFOUNDER. BEHOLD. be-like. it isufed ftriking againfl: thingin make noife a the form of a by the a(f?ci bell. f. BELCH. remaining after the fomething fomethinggoing before j To beltfh'. the perparticular exifling. BEHIND. be-how'l. To BELATvIIE. v. f. believing mate. Since. LTfed be-ly mimick falfehood .ad. BELLE. be-hol-dur. anticipated . To be-la'. be'-mg. religion. BELCH.v. BELIEVABLE. the theological of any one. f. perfuafion or be fo . ourfelves . n. b^-hol-dmg. mukc v. a.fuppofcit to a. trade it is to found for- regardto fie. the back . f. Id. SO.interject. To a. a. onlyimperfonally ad. on another of BEL the back of At ther ano- lowing towards the back. reprefentation be-le'f. BEHINDHAND. to place from To n. upon inferiour be-hr'nd-hand. to vc- cJfcratC. be meet.part. let it be fo. be-hove-fdl-ly. Credit givento fomethingBELIEF. to feign. be-haVe. fieges Backward. ad. to of another authority BELIKE. Exiftencc.v. the To lie to.f. To BEHOOVEFULLY. at a diftance from BEHIND. He whol'c bel'-fry. n. verb Behold.or firm confidence of be-le'v. Credible. phrafe. Profit. Beholden. the held. to flop f. a. A know we the fon IT charge to give a falfecalumniate") to the articlesof faith. BEING. ano- rents with BEHOLD.. ToB^ELEAGUER. bcltfh'. . looking upon. BELIE. haps perfenfe of or veflel. a. BEHOLDING. friend. he-ho bel'-flowr.v. b^-h6'v"-ful. To m. ambufh. fol- part . formed to of fome inftrument it . are profits or wartlncfs. f. .profitable. a BELEAGURER. be -ing. BELIEVE.f.The BELFRY. to truths of bl-hd'f. To BEHOOVE.ilce a noifc any violent outcry . which a. thump. veracity To BELIEVE. BEHOLDER. the . BELAY. v. . BEHOV/L. fort. v. BEING. BEHOLDING.f. cafl:bells. bg-le'-vur. ufefully. to EEHOOVEFUL. BE for elfe . givethe . a place. manner. BELLIGEROUS. f. a f. of any thing. or f. A . are A that be- bel'-foun-di'ir.lo. in pafTage . be-le'-gur.es in a ax Probably. givescredit. bcl'. howl at. bcl'. for any congallant.a form containing bi-le'-vibl. Bound BEHOLDEN. In a BELFLOWER. credit upon put confidence in to of Chriftianity. bel-IIdzh'-e-nVs. f. part. bd-h!'nd. be-ia'-bur. equal terms.. bells to To b^-h5'ld. inti- an To a. not to block up to ther. bcl'-a-m3r. n. . ad. gratitude. ftate in which To action of bel'-dum. it belonged v. To-ejea the A young lady. BEHOOF. perfuafion. be-h5''l-d!ng. beat. f. iiicfconiachj BELLOVv^.BEL be-hi'nd. Tobefiege. be-ll'-tid.v. to counterfeit. bl-le'-vmg-Iy. Ufeful. Benighted. A After irony. BELABOUR. with Spectator. likely. thingbelieved. . have a firm exercifc the theological to He that believes. entity oppofedto nonIbte or condition .conjunct. ad. a death of hag. hollow body of cail:metal. in plant. To a. cunt a thofj to whom eruaation^. An old woman remainingafter the departure BELDAM. a. virtue of the Seeing. To term The . from the of any thing.. placewhere rung. BELAMOUR. advantage. be-le'v.as the cups" of flowers. opinion.

crook lean bufinefs it proclaimany thingin towns. f. f. To bel'-man. part of the human reaches from the breaftto the bodywhich containingthe bowels of food requires which man the womb .in oppofition regionsof fo heaven . BELONG. BEMOANER.f. that . fides or That be may bc-mi in the mire. f. bulgeout. a. be-16'. ad. To a. monftrous. in place. a To a. to be-mu'zd. below. on the hell. To n. a direct to bend'. of happinefs vantage a decretory . be-l6ic'. The cholick. Under place. treat wit"i\ opprobrious language. to v.f. to clamour ciferate.inferior in lence be-16'. ben-C-fak'-tir. bufmefs of.v. v. BENDWITH. To n. drag. place. BELLYBOUND. bel'-metl. the inns of court. incurvation f. and to Overcome a. BEND. bel'-ly-g6d. bel'-ly. as oppofedto ben'-c-d!kt. attention by To A perfons fitting upon BENCHER. Flexure. ben'-dabl. of the BELLYACHE. bewail. f. mafter. a. ben'-tihur. that part . v. f. a . To To make the herb. to have or quality BELOW. con- mad. to be-m6'n. BENEAPED. with of made. inftrument ufed The the fire. excellence. BELOWT.ild and falubrious qualities. Bleffing. BENEATH. bemire. a. a. To a. jufrice fenior bend'. mufing. be-ne'th. The BEND.or .when re. BEMUSED. To BELLY. v. the adpronunciation conferred byblefling . BELWETHEK. apy bend'-witR. blow f. To wind. BENDABLE. part of any To a. Theperfonwho bends. be-mons'-tir. BEMONSTER. acknowledgments for bleflings received .f. bel'-ly-ake. BELLYFUL. under .prep. Tb BEMAD. bear the bell.or cumber in- BENEFACTOR. BENEDICT. BENDER. a. . BEND. BELLOWS. Dear. v. _.ad.in the dead. BELLY. be-luv'-ed. make thighs.prep. unbefitting. high. heaven. As much bel'-ly-ful. belt'. thingis bent. a.v. BELOW. the . A lamenter. He that benefit. hence. BENEFACTION. bedrabblc. n. confers a f.or the as the bel'-lus. bl-ne'pt.not in In the lower to earth. the form of inftituting an abbot. In a in dignity . AwhoreAGGER.f. attribute of. That bel'-ly. An A Ihipis does water bringher off the highenough be-ne'th.(cs be-m6'-nur. faid to flow not ground.v. a. f. BEMOIL. brutal. certain'point . To v. with a bell on his neck. a. to or feat of a bench. be-long'. aft of be-mad'. BENCH. to . BELLUINE. leads the Hock To A a cindure. A glutton. girdle. beneaped. any placein which fomethingis inclofed. A fheep which bel'-weth-ur. To to gain bell. f. BELMAN.E B . jutover crooked be unworthyof. BELSW f. f. inferior in to relation to . BENEATH. bel'-fwag-g"r. BELLYGOD. ben-6-dik'-{hun. to make to feat . To BEMIRE. which the ribs make . BENEDICTION. To thingthat fwells out into a larger capacity . timbers bers mem- fubmiflive. To of. to f. be be incurvated to fubmiflive. Beaftly. bel'-ly-bound. fillsthe the He whofe ringinghis BELOCK. Having m. To bcl'-lu-ine. BELT. be be the BELOVED. to bow. a benefit. To a. The BELMETAL. "Coftive. M BEN to roar fea. be-moi'l. ben'-dur. v. to incline . bells food belly. conferring the benefit The ferred.f. bent. the inftrument with which to exceldignity. as f. or unworthyof. hang out. BEMOAN. To make crooked. . BENE- . lower lower in rank. to is lament. fiiften. lower place. bend'. a. ben-*e-fak'-lhun. be-low't. v. be the property or province appendantto . To metal of which to be the adhere. Under. a fhip. are bentfli'. of fociety fubdue.

make torpid . turn of the temper or difpofition . To to BEREAVE. benedidion. BERBERRY. ben-e-filh'-a-ry. do- helpfully.. BENIGNLY.bln-e-flfh'-al-n!s. be-pi'nt. a. a word is ufcd generally for all ecclei'iaftical livings. be-nev'-v6-lcnt-nls. by will to another. To rattleoff. BENT. refin importedfrom called granted free.called the ad. v. profit. Adben-e-flili'-al-ly. BENEFICED. Aaive R Kind. commiflioner ordinary's Legitut To a man and fet Handingby. fulnefs.mln. havinggood-will. of BEREFT. bin'-e-f!t. ToBEPINCH. good. BENIGNITY. be-nlg'-nS-ty. declivity.of crooked time when is in pofTeflion of a benefice. certain a mined deter- point. n.e.that bent'. To enfnare. the charity be-rat'l. f.f. To cover with b^-pmtfh'. BENEFICENCE. Blcffing. ben'-e-fit. tree.'fit. a. advantage. An ft. given. or perfume. The ben'-tlng-tlme. to deprive bc-reft'. Gracioufnefs. fomething . BENEFICIARY. BEQUEST. medicinal. Somethingleft by f.drawn a a lemon from tree on flrip of. ben-e-fllh'-al. v. of flexure. good to. be-pis'. I he fatne with a. be-n!'ne-ly. ftupify. paint. fort of pear. A EENEFACTRESS. ben -e-flt.a. a. v. f. wholefome quality. To furprifewith a. paff.not red Advantageconfer- E medicinal kind of A the Eaft and Indies. v. of night. A BENEVOLENT. A fort of thin flight BENJAMIN. v. ad. BERGAMOT. bs-ncf -i-fint. j benefit of bent'. a kind of tax. vantageoully. to beingbent. X T" . BENEFICIALLY.f. inggood. pofe. a fruit produced grafting by in- a bcrgamot pear ftock . BENZOIN. fort of eflence. generous. BENIGN. f. garly vul- Benjamin. herb. a. nc. will. inlaw. Kind.. take away coming on embarrafs be-nitc.o\ycin darknefs.jA.f. be-num'. ben-zoi'n. BENUM. Favourably. Advanta:. be-ni whokfoir. ufe. v. clergyis. liberali malignant. Benevolence. man wo- ben.B BEN bcn-c-fak'-trls. part. dency. conferred . a.v. of. gree deplication ap- Bent-graff. bs-kweiV. TIME. a. ben'-ni-fun. tenflexion . A ber'-ga-mot. f. be-kwe th.ea. berryof a fharptafte. PolTeiTed of a benefice. do kindnefs the to pofition .profit. UfcBENEFIClALNESS. BENIGHT. DifBENEVOLENCE. BENTING f. to u. commonly called Burgamot. a. f. difpofition fixed purdetermination. kindly. utmoft: power. f. A kindncfs. who confers ben -e-fis. f. To a. ous. v. v.To BEPISS. bin'-c-flft. To mark with do pinches. BENEFICIARY. a. a"liialkindnefs . v. BENEFICIAL. fort of Ihuff. beingfound this benefit is directed . f. v. bcn'-nlt. pigeonsfeed bents before peas on ripe.ate of The towards conferringbenchts. To gainadvantage. fubordination in fomething of guilty fuch for. a ftalk or grafs. profitable helpiul.f. be-re ve. BEi^EVOLENTNESS.to from. BENEFICE. To BENEFIT. ftufF. BENNET. by want of light. to To a. another. are To To Made bend. BENEFIT. The of a name Un'. To BEPAINT. a. do the fay. To wet with urine. To BEQUEATH. a. ba r-ber-ry. clericus. inclination. is burnt as felony in the hand. ToBERATTLE. BENT.part. be-net'. To leave To BENET. ben-gal. BENGAL. Holding f. on This another. be-nev'-v6-lenfe. f. bl-niv -v6-lent. be-n^f '-I-fJnfe. f. f. He that ben-e-flfh'-a-ry. BENEFICENT. gooJnefs. the To a Bereave. Kind. good done. f.a favour BENEFIT. BENISON. of the mind .if the verb To to upon.ufed for pickles. filubrity.

Belongingto a beaft: brutal. a. bes'-t(hil.to con- fer . ber'-rll.to over beft'.v.v. f. dawb bed'.to To fpittle. v. BESTIALLY. ToBESTO"*^' b'f-to'. To v. fpread v. be-fplt'. a. To v. To BESPRINKLE. BESCREEN. a. bedawb foul. a. a. ' BESTICK. Baftard v. To in this number. To form. embarrafs.bc To BEST. fmoke To a. fmoke To . with fprinkle or To kind of preciousftone. To dawb. Moft good. be-fpred'. .B B be-rl'me. to f. z-um. fpew To happen illto. fpeakto.V-tfhal-ly. be-fmo BESMOKE. out be-fe'je. in a ftate of deviation from. foil. to To To a. layfiege to. a. to to betoken. water. . a. to . ther. a To To . BESPEW. not and contrary. be-fted'. be-fta n. be-si'des.be-fa't. BESPUTTER.bc-fa'rt. that over. bcr'-ry. to v. To mark v. To give. One employedin be-fe'-jur. to a(k. dawb To with mark with be-fput'-tur. BESPAWL. To over.to to be-fe'm. be-fmcr. ad. V. any be-fe'tfh. v. v. BESET. BESIEGE. A to implore fupplicate. fiege. though over not . BESEECH. BESPANGLE. a. with f. 1"o ftick - over thing. be-si'de.j above according to. To BESOT. conceal. fomething. beyond be-si'des. dawb To . or fpices. fmoke. To a. befet with armed to To beleaguer. ano- To of. To BESPOT. BESPREAD. doat. a.carnal. v. to To a. BERTRAM. v. v. v. To bear berries.pair. anything. lo inf:ituate.f. to become. with any be-fllk'. fittefl:. To a. entreat. To feafon with with a. At the fideof BESIDES. verfes. be-fpot\ v. To To above . in rhyme or ber-Iin'.Aninftrumenttofvveepwith. BESMUT. To to hem befiege. BESTIALITY. BESPICE. Any feERRY.attendance. ber'-ry. a.Company. to " be-flob'-bir. v. dry in be-fmut'. with mark to profit. To a. v. To n. fmear. BERRY. treat. BESPATTER. to thingbeforehand to be fit. To fee. a. blacken with foot. to harden v. To befpeaks tering. BESHREW. To foul with BESORT. To treat en- vomit. or or ke.to fpot. BESOM. fprinkle ter To BESMEAR. v. a.to . To pellitory. be-fmertfn'. to v. BERLIN. f. be-fpu'. v. furround To fall upon.v. in be-fpe'k. which coach of A particular a fmall fruitwith many To feeds.n. difcolour. bc-fot'. to be-fhro'. near. v. BESIDE. with fomething to befprinkle fpangles. Over and with or fpeckles fpots. be-fpffe. to perplex waylay. To BESTIR. with harafs. wlfh a curfe be-side. previousapology. a. BESTIAL. To To BEST. addreis . a to fhcw.J BESIDES. a. To a. ftains. To S E celebrate To a. fhining. BESIDE.v.To bc-U v.part. rutally. ToBESLUBBER. In the of gooddegree highcft nefs. foil. rt. "Jad. of BESEECH: BESOUGHT. to accommodate."to fit. not this clafs. v. dirt fpittle. bc-fprlnk'l. f. f. fhelter. BESEEM. or bl-fpa'l. He be-fpe'-kur. BESTAIN. BERYL. To ber'-tram. forces. be-fpang'l.a. to a. train. by way be-fpek'l. a. v.V. b. To $ E be-ft'-'" v- ^- To put into rous vigo- adion. to . a. to To a.to BESPEAKER. To BESTEAD. of beafts. f. BESPEAK. To To adorn To fpot be-fpat'-tur. v.f. dawb thingby fput- any fait. or BESPIT. Tofputa. BERHYME. bc-fet'. to make jftupify. To To a. I prep. be-(kre'n. fpots. Thequality bcf-tflial '-I-ty. BESPECKLE. beg. BESMIRCH. forebode. to order make f. BESORT. BESIEGER.

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f. A blg'-gut. offer. f. com- . BIER. bt BIFID. To A which on carriage f. large. horns. a. pregnant. bi'-farmd.ar-po-iil.f. in which That which has of drinking moifture. BICIPITOUS. bid'-d!ng. to into two n. arm. com- f. a. One big'-ga-mlfl. BIGLY. bi-en -nyAl. of the in enijre. of Shooting heads. a. part. go beyond. diftended. BICORPORAL. dwell. the dead firftmilk Bearingfruittwice out Openingwith 7a. bi-den -tal. one the llraii^ine .to Great in bulk. blk'-kc-rir. BIFARIOUS. BIG. bi'-korn. BIANGULOUS. courfe . which on weightlodged it from turns bi -as. BICKER. bowl. a. a. Pregnant. a brave. big-bel-lyd. iphereof.to playbackward . BiENNIAL.teeming. BIFEROUS. BIGOT. be-zo-a'r-dlk. BIGAMIST. / bi-kar-nus. ^a. Twofold. BIGOTED. bik -kurn. propenfion. bi-fl'-ryus. An -A fkirmifter. or order . big-gin. to pronounce. BIGAMY. are bi bl. ( a. a The f. fide f. . BICORNOUS. BIFORMED. bl fe. quiver. To BIDDER.over One pofesa price.whether greateror fmaller. wives BIGBELLIED. it is applied fkirmifh.ad. Compounded BIANGULATED. bid'. blf'-fl'-dl-tld. bl'-fid. BEZOAPv. Having tsvo BICIPITAL.f. f. big-ly. BIB. Divifion BIFURCATION.habitation. BIBULOUS. BIAS. f. two forms. BIBLIOTHECAL. bl-s!p'-l-tal. To I D from. fwoln. the A v. Hav- angles.to propofe . big'. year. man devoted to a tain cer- party. ^ ingtwo b^-Ang'-gu-lus. A child's cap. off and fight To n. to declare . and BIDE. f. years. A BIFIDATED. Havingtwo a. bi-kap a.to fuffer. r. colour ufed in b!-sip'-i-tus. a. . Refidence. I G B f.to BICKERER. bib manded. BID. ing bib-u-lus. BIFURCATED. BIFOLD. To are drinking. into two bl-fur-ka -fhun. to on v.V. fmall A the breaftsof to pieceof linen fome BIBACIOUS. f. order. BIDDIKG. BIGNESS. to aflc. Command. v. be'-zor. of bid n. To " into tv/o. BIBLIOGRAPHER. to b'd'-dur. pafl". BIGGIN. painting. iron endingin point. to remain turns a to man any thingwhich inclination. f.f. antidote. bi-ba-fhus. b!-fur'-ka-tid. bif'-fe-rus. . tippler. pro- teeth.B in excellence . f. a. to BIDEN. f. Compounded a. ^ heads. facred volume tranfcriber. at f. 5 a cleft. To a. remote in within not the h^-ang'-gu-li-tld. quality -fii-lar. of quantity j fize.is to deceive. 9 f.. full of fomething great in air and mien. Twofold. bl -ding. of two their cloaths. BIBLE. double. bi de. bi-as. Having a. givenby a cow after calving. BICAPSULAR. BIBBER. children. v. of the mufcles one bSk -kur. haughtily. two a that has bigamy. v/liooffersor f. vvit'ibezoar. blb'-bur. The crime ing hav- of once. To BIDE. BIAS. fide. denounce. a incline To a._ contained the revelations of God. A The addicted to a BIDENTAL. broughtfrom an the Eaft Indies. Of the continuance a. To BIESTINGS. blb-ly-6g'-gra-fur. to place. f. BICKERN.ta carried to the grave. great in fpirit. The be'f-tingz. to to merly A medicinal flone. proud. Aplantwhofe is divided feed-pouch parts. bi-. dcfire.for- highefteem as BEZOARDICK. \ Having two a. particular BIDING. bl -fdld. bodies. BelongbIb-lyo-tRe'-kal. corners mand. committed forward. BICOrNE. live. BICE. To bl de. Greatnefs blg'-nis. two a. Tumidly.Invited inhabit . big-ga-my. put upon Much a. a library. a.

a. A Made general term of birch. as fheavcs. To BIRD. two . BILBO. Y To f. confine with bonds. by ftipulation a.f.NARY. f.as doves by the is called Biography. To a. A colle(2ed in in the liver. To tubes. plant. fomething. BILIARY. f. to wound obligatory. thered for the fea- fowl. tifenient. A a hil-boz. f. BIN. BILGE. of a. a. bi'ud'. bigot. BILBOES. a to over. A faflcn to . BILLOW. enchain .V. carriage BILBERRY. v. BILL. quarter foldiers. bi-pe'-dal. fore angry A the one BIND. To obligeto obligeto to eyes. A f:nall vcffelufcd rapier. bind I'o . BIPAROUS. a. turgid. To to fcrve fome make f. v. or fraallpaper. bll-l!ngz-gite. BIRD- . A fmall arrow. Ribaldry. of goods. BILINGUOUS. n. BIRDBOLT. Writing bi-cg'-gra-fy. A BINDWEED. an phyfician's joiningbills. a fliredcut BIOGRAPHER. adver- at a To carefs. BIGSWOLN. Two feet in length. gall-blad- fpring bll-lya-ry. b!l'-let. tifement. bil . that a The of name a fittedfo telefcope dillantobjeiSt may be bi-nok'-u-lur. cor- refpondent parts. To v.f. bil-16. a foft Billet. A point. BIGOTRY.L BILLET. bil'-lyu?. . BILINGSGATE. bi-pen'-na-t!d. to make . der. wings. bll . to to f. A direct To lodge. A writer bi-6g'-gra-fur. bi'-qwa-drate. of money a To beak of bile. a bU'-lit. of hatchet with a law to prefented f. a cover bind to. Belongingto the bile.a love letter. for the anything. bi'-par-titc. S fourth the from of a fquara multiplication power ariling play. To n. be BINDING. BI-RD. f. bitter liquor. An animal with two feet. fort of (tocks. to compel. with contract. kind To . bi'nd. fowl. A written paper of any kind .f. Having two BIPARTITE. BIQUADRATICK. Turgid. Havingtwo b'lk'.toconftrain . placev/hcre bread repofitcd. preb'g'-git-try. Blindly BIGOTED. fillet. f.a bind with. b!g-fvvoIn.V. BILL. a fol- Awavefwoln. to bll-lyerdz. forth a. burd'. catch birds. kind. f. BILLET. Billet-doux. f.(o fallentogether . publilli by adver- an a. b'l'. A fmall A dier where he is logof v/ood for bU BILLOWY. BILIOUS. BILL. BILE. bi n-d!ng. of into dividing of aft two. a cheat. bi -na-ry. bll'. to oblige withdreffings to hinder. bin man a v/hofe trade it is man bi'nd-wcd. Confifting flower-leaves. Blind zeal. bi-qv/i-drat'-lk. a. BIPARTITION. To n. bl-llng'-gwus. duel. fwelling. -16-y. f. thick. fword. To BINDER. BIPEDAL. The f. n. by itfelf. bll-ber-ry. bll-bo. To bind to feen with foul language. bi n-dur. to BILLIARDS. to ftifF.f. illfavour of of judice. bil'-lk. to confine.yellow. A tree. f. Whortleberry. cnv/rap reftrain. EILANDER. BILL.a. f. a Two To doubfe.v. bandage. a. BIRCH. tongue?. BILL. BILLET. the chimney. The bi-par-tlfli'-un. bi-pet'-ta-lus. Having two f. Bind. To books. bllj'e. BILE. f. hooked lives of an the parliament.f. leak. BIPED. A both eyes. A two binds lives. a gird. a.7 f The BIQUADRATE. burtHi'. burd-bolt. BINOCULAR. bll'. burtfh'-in.the practice b!l-ar.f. Swelling. feparated and difcharged by the common bi le. coftive . Bringing men fivo birth. BINOCLE. A kind v. f. bi'-ped. BIOGRAPHY. two note. to bi'n-okl.S. prcpofTeffcJ big'-gut-id. appearance. Confiding BILK.V. f.-dur. E. I R B I N B or wine is BIRCHEN. bi nd. bi le. account a.to a defraud. BIPETALOUS.to grow that f. a. a. prefcription . to to . bi'-pa-rus.Having BIPENNATED. of of a.

f. to which privileges a is born man . a a tricker. much a. fubglutinous A f. in Strangled The f.. A burdz'-i. mouth the is born. Marcafite. . f. BIRDSNEST. f. f. An a Soup. . f. f . clergy. BIRTHSTRANGLED. BIRGANDER. at BISTOURY. bifh'-up-rlk. BITTACLE. . f. compofition BITTER. bertft'. plant. BISECTION.f. one BIRTHPLACE. birdcatcher. I T B tafte. which any of birth. f. a metalline nature. take birds to that . divide into calamitous. any f. and rights the right of bertfi'-wurt. EIRTHWORT. the divifion of any fignifying into two the name parts. The a To of name BITE.bit- of kind A of fine flour. valued at fe- hard fugar.brittle. An herb. f. the act of the firftborn. in a bitingmanner. birdz^-fat. a bitter calamiforrowfully. likewormwood. mineral of white. plant. two be carried fea . EiSMUTH. burdz'-tung. A geometrical BITTERGROUND. Privilege The nightin f. teeth .almonds. . f. bird'-lime. a plant. fnake- a. beingborn. bifk'.lineage .miferable fatirical reproachful. EIRDSNEST. bis'-fiin. With ad. benh'-nit. A fowl of the ber'-gan-dur. and fugar. bi'-tur. aft of by defcent . BIRDMAN.fevere. To a. f. biz'-muth.made to BISECT. one biV-tort. BIT. BISCUIT. is born. One of the head order of f. b! te. hatches weed placev/here goofekind. To as is put into the halfpenny. is put into the horfe's mouth. dry bit'-tur. f. The BISHOPRICK. quantity f. a fmall pieceof any thing. the mouth is bor". ment BIT. EIRTHNIGHT. One BIRDCATCHER. giv"pain by reproach cut. to painwith female of the doo kind . a. meat at once. a bertfi'-ftrangld. fliarply. any found BISSEXTILE.I S B burd'-katfli-ur.f. of f. toufly feverely. BITTERN. b!(h'-up. the a6I of bringing bertlt'-da. oranges. BISHOPWEED. bit To V. broth. birdcatcher. bird her eggs l:iys BIRDSTONGUE. As in the fteerage. . a. The burdz'-neft'.'to an or make cheat.f. venpence BIT. BITE. A plant. put the bridle upon a horfe. BITCH. BISK. the condition in which any man is forth. a hard. A furgeon's inftrubis'-tur-y. BIRTHRIGHT. BISTORT. f. her young.by them lightupon are The burdz'-nelhf. thingborn . blfh'-up-wcd.cruel. BIRTH. a for f. to acrid tafte.f. the birds which entangled. day which BIRTHDOM. ilance fpreadupon that twigs. To crufh v. to bif-fek't. bi'te. fubftance. BIRDLIME. burd'-man. . ufed -in making incifions. and To bit'.a trick . a of name word cant wine. of a bifliop. Place where bertli'-plafe. life. bltfh'. a fliarper. a of BISHOP.a SpanifhWeft India filver coin. The berth'-rit. where the compafsis placed. born bif-feks'-tU. The bread. plant. The on BIRTHDAY. fharp. or hurtful. bis'-kit. bit is inherited which rank extraftion. plantcalled A f. . BISSON. f. to trick. year. ing a. BISHOP. it his makes employment burd'-ir. a fifhapt to deceiver. BIRDSFOOT. .f. coming into diocefe . blt'-takl. unpleafing bif-fek'-fhun. f. A bit'-tur-ground. fifli take the bait . to fmart with to with pierce or cold hurt to j wound .berth'-dum. A blfh'-up. reproachfor a woman. The feizure of any a thing by that takes the bait . v. BIRDSEYE. f. A gun burd'-ing-. one Leap Blind. the teeth .acrid. blt'-tur-ly. He that bites . f. f. BITER. f.pes. term. The ture mix- Mifnia. Havinga hot. A to flioot birds with. BIRDER.f. A frame of timber tafte.f. and A herb. BITTERLY. BIRDINGPIECE. iron part of the bridle which cheat. equalparts.

of make blak'-bird. compounded tafte. a. BLAME. BLAME- . Culpable. f. is ufher of the either fpircs. BLADDER-NUT. BLACKNESS. mourning. blak'-!(h. horrible. BLACK. forrow. BIVALVE. cows. black colour of bitumen. a. blacken. fcapular or low or weapon or flriking fliarp part The inftrument . Fault. BITUMINOUS. feeds upon which B A A plant. nls. bla'de-b6ne. that part a blt'-tur-nls. dug matter the of out earth. BITTERNESS. bla'-mabl- f. BLACKSMITH. f. from of of grafs. bramble or To biz'-. a. A bird with longlegs. blab'. as bhlk'. fhells. difmal. grow Somewhat black.f. BLADE. f. offereth upon black. f. A teltale.f. to tell tales. a -ma-bly. bi -valv. name fmutty. . term. BLABBER. nelV. A blak BLACK. blak'. Havingtwo BIVALVULAR.f.f. v. briflcman. of cloudy Of the colour of night. v. much BLACK-PUDDING. f. to BLACKMOOR. BLACKTAIL.Vmc-ful. of a ' black. countenance. BLAIN. f. valves Havingtwo that ufed of thofe fifli fhutters. Culpably. BLACKAMOOR. The blak-bri-6-ny.f. L blackamoor. A negro. of tiieeye which blak'-a-m6r.a veffel in the a blifter. bla'de. to ufcd for of blood and blak-rod'. a. SENA. of a blik'-mor. f. fat undluous A A black.f. a BLACK-CATTLE. BLAMEFUL. which has a bl-tu'-men. purtule. puftule. and {hoots of f. wicked. fo called parliament.guilty. hi-val'-vu-Iar. blag-gi'rd. Oxen.f. kind of food made BLACK-ROD. The bla'-d!d. bla'-mabl. BITUMEN.To BLACK. vah-es. blak'-nls. An apple b!t'-tur-fwet.f. a blad'-dur-nut. f.in-tine. a.v.L B bk'-tcrn. a bone. f. negro. tellwhat A fmith that blak'-tal.f.-nilt . faulty. dark . BEADED. blad'-dur. tale. BLACKISH. BLAMEABLE. TherufForpope. A To a. . a. a. . f. blak-led'. BLAB. Havingblades A ABLENESS.V. is the fruit of it. bulls. ELACK-BRYONY. BITTERSWEET. An goldvalued at fifteenpounds. great piece the in iron. bli'de. blad'-dur-fcn-u. A blak'-ber-ry. to darknefs. BIXWORT.implacability.grudge.which be blak'n. blak'-fmlilT. BLACK-GUARD. blame. bl. fela. vexation. BLAB. bla'me. malice. BLAB. Imputationof a f. ed Compound- a. f.affliaion. A a green fierceor gay. Black colour. tel- That contains the urine. A being very fmall fifli. blak-pdd -ding. highfeftivaldays. He bla chargewith crime a fcapula.or i'cummed oft' bi-tu'-ml-nus. tattle. f.to fault. A mineral found in the lead mines. BIZANTINE. tattler. to defame. JBITTERN. f. The the black rod he carries in his hand. 1 Criminal. bitter of temper .ad. blab'. BLADDER. name of A dirty low. tafte. . To make To n. f. f. To . fliarp. the A longing ufher be- order of the garter. BLACKBIRD. plant. called from fo BLACKTHORN. A To n. fifli.hatred. herb. a. bhVn. the fpire corn. BLACKEN. hurt. To works bllc'f-wurt. keptfecret. To ccnfure. The BLADE. BLAME pencils. BLACKBERRY. BLAME. v. body which blab'. lakes.piquancy. f.f. fatire. A black colour . f. king ought to blak'-tRorn. BLACKEN. fullen . To grain.f. oyfters. have two To a. BLADDER A plant. f. BLAMABLY. v. feverity keeniK'fs of reproach .a. blak'n. fpecksof The darken. To A bird. The floe. BLADEBONE. blak'-katl. or blifter. BLACK-LEAD. blab'-bur.mournful.

with reany deformity to fpedt reputation. BLEAK.cold. To horfe. BLAY. bbl mc-lef-nls.blaft'. of tendernef? by gefture offondnefs. to A BLANDISH. ELAMELESLY. BLEAKNESS. BLANK. BLAZON. To whiten. dim. A ble k-nls. E make to BLASTMENT. mild. the terms. obli- pafsover. or ftrip peelfuch thingsas whiten hufks.as a.a BLANKET. made to bletfh. with. In -ly. BLEED. rep!o. a. an or by the firoke of a fet out to . impious irreverence fpeakevil of.v. BLEMISPI. fpeak of God n. rour. a . v. to ftrikev/ith fom^ wither. To mark with . ble of Dim a. to ble d. pioufly. ELAMER. L v. a. BLAZE. fnot is direiled. with To BLEED. ble To ble run t. chill. ble'-red-nis. blood with t. art zoning. with rheum general. bl^b'. flame . To n. puffof wind. f. To . wretch regard bias -fJ-muf-ly. Soft. fmall whitifn A blaze. BLEAT.f.kind blank'. To inflame with cover blanket. BLAZE. A guft. bland'. The blaz'-un-ry. blaze about. f. ad. Innocently. - pable. ta cence. v. kind of pear. BLEAR. a. To fmooth.. paper or -it. blaf-fe'-mir. Blafphemy is blas'-fe-my. b!i'me-lif-ly.f.expreffion j fufcd ftroke confpicuous. terms that . f. BLASPHEMER. To n. to v. blan'-dlfli. Culbli'me-wur-thy.a lot. to ter- bleak. cr}'as cry of a blifter. to . in f. to BLANKLY. a A flame.f. unwritten . to as Bellowing blat'-tur. which the which point to and blank woven loofely blanket To with To To an To blank of . blazon . To blem -ifh^ v. To blank manner. A a. bla-zur. To blant'fh. to BLANCHER. a. to ftrikewith blafl'-ment. to . r. bla'ze. BLEACH. ports. kind fpeeches. to tanifh. The rheum. obfcure in To fmall river fifh.f. BLASPHEMOUS. to BLAZONRY. to defame. that armorial .v. a publication . blan-tfhur. BLAMELESS.a. Pale. a n. wicked irreverent Cjod. To n. To BLEMISH. BLANK. to fliow . blun'-ifli. a. f. any inftrumentof wind malignantplanet. ble'k. BLAMELESNESS. v. let blood.v. BLANKET. fpreadsre- on BLEAREDNESS. To inGulltlefs. plague. f. whitener. f. BLAST.l"NT.by void arrow .bellifli to difplay. loft blood. v. v. . to proper loft. ad. rhime. BLEAK. cold. known fpace. God in . BLATTER. a con- unwritten. BLAZER.E A L B bla'me-lL-. blc'd. blas'-fc-m'is. of fome indignity God hiitifelf. nocent. bhV'-tant. unto offering f. blan'-difli-ment. bla'm-ur. dif^^race.f. fudden cenfurer. a. be to cover. or water j v. -ky. without . Inno- blaft'. terate. irreverence. To blameable. make to fpeak terms. To a.chilnefs. to explain^in f. confufion. figures enfigns fet to em. To a. BLAZE. Coldnefs. fpeaksof fire.chill. river lifli.a. BLASPHEME. blank -It. A mark o deformity. A woollen with palenefs. To a. To White blank'. to celebrate.v. to blood. TmBLASPHEMOUSLY. of bla- ble BLEAKY. Bleak. irreverent with To a. f. to make publifli. the BL"V'5T. Aft foft words. BLAND. blaf-fc'm. blafphemy. Sudden BLATANT. mufick. f. injure. a. BLASPHEMY. bla'. to of infecl'ion.v. a.. A . to To impiousand A ble k. a deck. treatment. a BLASPHEME. a. f. blaf-fe m. invalidate. f. gentle. To To a. BLANCH. flame foften. f.the lightof white mark the a upon blaze. a. deep or lamb. publick.V. roar. BLAMEWORTHY. found calf. BLANDISH". confound.th. beingdimmed BLEAT. f. Impioufly BLEB. drop. have to . To A tofs in . One blaz'n. a fear . nothingis gained. The ftate a fheep.

BLINDFOLD. a vered. bli'nd-fdld. The BLENT. the eye make . blis'-tur. A Divine BLISTER. Benediction. built to obftruft or block up BLOCK-TIN. BLISSFULLY.v. to fpoil.a. To grow turgid. f. f. puftuleformed by fanclity felicity felicity. Jingfwci. bli't. a. Happinefs. of obfolete participle to . private . Tin pure or ua- mi. fomething BLISS. com- a blo'te. fmall vi- wink One fee ob- to . ? a. a pafs. To made f. \ are term for a pully. fight. f. BLESSEDLY. BLINDNESS. Havbl6b'-bur-lipt. bli'nd. BLENCH. joying Happy. -scd. bles'-sur.to hinder To a. BLISTER. BLEW. blls'. blink'. ad. To bles To a. BLOBBERLIPPED. blls'-fdl-nls.f. a.xcd. A thick lip. Y. wood beheaded. particip. dark. Blend. In blith-nls. Want of fi-ht . To hinder v. f. f. To a. v. the bles'-sing. any fwellrng fkin from . without rife i:i To hurt. fight. TurgidBLOATEDNESS. a. ignorance. unfeen.v. beingblithe. or n. make happy. To which BUFF. blend BLEND. v. cheerful. To which and fome hunt one out is the to have his eyes rell of the blf'nd-nls. BLISTER. Happily. a. blob'-bir. . f. Mildew. led ad. to the to underftanding. BLOAT. BLISSFUL. To A venomous. BLINDFOLD. enheavenlyfelicity. the by blinding feeing eyes. BLIND. Happily. fwell. imfight. A bubble. Happy.v. wiflihappinefs to another profper to glorifyfor bles BLESSED. BLISSFULNESS. f. ftart back. blls'-ful. or by the other parts. a. means that blefTes. To To n. quality bKVte. rough pieceof marble. Gay. plicitly. The highefl: nefs degreeof happieyes BLESS. airy. O bli'nd-wurm. the formed . . Happi.f. BLOBLIPPED. BLESSEDNESS. fomething Somethingto to To from hinder the miflead. heavenly . per. from preterite bli't. hats criminals To lips. a. Gay.B blentfh'. The To Blow. . a. the wood BLOCK^HOUSE. f. without raifcblifters To of direftion. darken . thick or a fea A fhort heavypiece of timber. bles'-sed-ly.v. bl!nk'-erd. Without a. blind. BLIND. . blib'-bur-llp. BLINDWORM. film a blls'-tur. BLINDMAN'S blithe. pollute. Having theeyes ment or play in examination . ?f.f.f. manner. blent'. juflg- blind-manz-buf'. to blf'nJ. BLESSING. to to praife . To favour. blls'-fol-ly.f. bli'th-ly. blu'.BLOCK. . BLITHENESS. He cuticle from the cutis blLk'-tln'. from blaft. benefits received. degree. fwelling.v. To fcurely. to . fhrink. nefs A pany. of feparation the blifters. blls'-tur. to cnclofe. The v. BlInDSIDE. f. BLOBBER. v.a flopj are BLOCK. Z BLOCK. blithe bli'th-fum-nls. BLOAT. happinefs . an obflrudion.v. felicity in happinefs general.v.a. Happy in the highcit the . BLIGHT. blafring. blcs'-sed-m's. Without bli'nd-ly. BLITHE covered. BLINKARD. of bleffedfouls . BLIGHT. fo:bk'. f. BLINDLY. blind-fold. part. the raifing favour. blind-side. f. co- intclleflualuarknefs. fome by BLITHE. BLINK.-efs. BLESSER. n. f. on on v/hicli blockhead. fertility. Vv^eakiicfs. to blind obfcure . A fortrcfs bl6k'-hcuf. bleft'. obfcure to To a. n.-.a blok'. BLITHSOME. To L B L I . . . ad. To (hut up. bli'th-fum. To a. BLOBBERLIP. f. that has bad twinkling.to confound to mingletogether. blok'. To BLIND. blo-tcd-nls. inob- fcux-e. ad. dark tclled:ually dark. bK^b'-lipt. Divine of BLEST.iny thingnipping. BLITHSOMENESS.

f. BLOOMY. highcoblow'-zy." the fatal ftroke .. written .V. "without parts. BLOOM.V. To B L U a To bloom.V. to heat. Stupid. that circulates invifible. . BLOODGUILTINESS. murder.f. with gunpowder. blub'-bur. fpotted with a blood- The To blud'-flowr. v.dull.f. To-BLOOM. fpot reputation. To blow Murder.. a. a. wind blud'-fhed.. violent death. BLOODSUCKER. . a. ftone is green. Full blo'-my. The flower that any plant. blud'-hound. to found the force . hot fpark . To fcent. ii^ BLOWZY. man upoiv fire.-v.to pantytopuff. ciuel. To Tofluitup. flowery. manner. f. to report. A blolTom . BLOODSTONE. blud'-gllt'-y-nis. T. An of fomething obliteration BLOT. fuch a manner blub'-bur. blow'ze. blud'-fhed-dur. partof The a whale that contains the oil. blot'-. Without . the ftatenf immaturity. Sun-burnt. he BLOW. v/riting in the bodies of animals j child. f. BLOCKHEAD. a. To weep fwell the cheeks. put forth To n. blos'-sum. A' fpotor puftule mind. bringor yiehl as to be in a blofToms. BLOTE. blood from burfling } a. BLOODSHED. blot'. fellow. by the A bl6'. a hound BLOODILY. blud'. tobloflbm . A BLOCKADE. BLUDGEON. BLOODSHOT. a. V. its proper vefllls. diforder. Murderer. to make BLOCKIS'HNESS. f. f. To blow To blow blow ^LOODSHOTTEN.f. BLOOD. a blur. To obliterate. bloiroms.v. n. dull. to disfigure. raife or fwell with breath . To n. any thing BLOODY. blood murderer. To deftroy to make ftale.BLOOD. or dryby ftroke . of f. fudden a by which fprinkled. mufick. blik-ka'de. . the ed with a to blow up. blud'-tlTurf-ty. A plant. that follows bio. inftrument an with out. Stupid. lodges eggs aiTl: of the with It. dead .. To a. BLOW. by To a. f. To to to enure blood.family. blok'-Iih-nls. the fmokc cx- Stained with blood. that fucks a fiy. (lupid ftateof youth.^ kindred.f. To inflame with wind . bloffoms. a . blok'-lfii.f. a. The ftate of BLOODINESS. a efFedi . to eftace. A ruddyfat-faced wench female whofe of hair is . a bl6k'-hed. blo'te. over.- BLOOD-HOUND. blud'-fuk-ur. this word f.. fingle Dea. \ blud'-fhot'n. to breathe perfonally hard . rent cur- im- blow force of gunpowder. blotfh'. progeny. A action. BLOCKISHLY. in . pafsaway without to to up.as a ftain with blood To a. BLOW. BLOCKHEADED.to produce. Cruelly. birth. a. ad. to the eggs of extinguifli by wind. to To fliej.f. BLOOD-BOLTERED. A blo'm.or murder ELOODSHEDDER. a- in flefh. fmoke. A leech.. by (hutting up the dolt. upon. hound . temper of a fpot a . flyinto of the wind beingbloody. f.Blocd blid'-ftone. f. blud'-fliit'. high lineage . BLOOD-FLOWER. blud'-^. hlok'-hed'-ki. in extraftion .f. a caified' on fiege b!ck-kade. place. In blok'-a'h-ly. blud'-i-ly. to playmuficallybywind.. BLUBBER. the fkin. blood. loured.f. to breath.. without flaughter. BLOODLESS. To blud'-bol-turd. To BLUBBER. to found by beingblov/n . blud'-lls. ftateof the paffions BLOTCH. BLOSSOM. v. BLOOD-THIRSTY. on grows ftupid of blos'^um.. a. a. BLOWZE. bliid'. v.B L O BLOCKADE. fpreadby crime of flaughter. blid'-y-nls. blood. firous to fhed blood. to darken.tobloom. fly. BLOCKISH. To BLOT. man hlo'm. todifgrace. Fill- a. event of air . to pufFinto fize.to . to blur. afperate.defcent. up. to drive by the warm to infect with to fwell. Stupidity. The with move is ufed fometimes the air bl6'. as to n. murderous. brightblood-red.s. The red liquor to erafe . BLOSSOM.

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f. CODILY. v/ith I 0 B to to purify. A a a ftalkor flem. f. of earth . f. to to be f.n. bod'-y-lls. that Impudent. Tu- turbulence. A fmall p'm of wood. ad. BOBTAIL. doubter. bo'-la-ry. f. BOGHOUSE.f.to fieve. to examine. thing. a. '^" . to as Gut tail. hot. In boid-ly. vvatcr: . CODY. Marfhv. To matter. Vioboi'f-te-ruf-ly.and generally tail after it. Portent. flormy . BODEMENT. a pad. bob'-tald. maintain. drefs in to .v. brave. llout . a bo'-lls. BOLT. V. kind drawinga back . f. bolfler. a body. to hold fupport. feeth. BOISTEROUSLY. make exemptionfrom caution . v. fmall blade and draw to animal part . bog 1. To be fervent . Daring. . round l-fliir.to heat hy boilingwater boi'-lur. BODGE. the outward a the main To the view .that is. the veffelin which BOISTEROUS. a. a Bolis is with together BOLT. for horfes that BOLDLY. bod'-kin. a Impudence. of. BOLDFACE. A which children. Cloathing BOLSTER. relating^o body. f. a. bo bod'-y-cluz. To bo de. impudence.To BOIL. comprefs . of containing corn a a ball. to purge. a. confident. bod'-dis. BOLIS. v. reality. Violent. of a. BOLARY. (harppoint. f. BOISTEROUSNESS.not the mind . an row ar- fallen the faflenwith (hackle. to bold-fife. BOBWIG. bo It. being. oppofedto reprefent- . bcd'zh. of fpecies liquor. of a good body. BOLD. The ture na- cuted a. the main a battle . againft bob'-tll. a bolt thunder- upright. Havinga tail c^t. lently. Courage. b6b'-vv!g'. bod'-i-ly. BODY-CLOATHS. To a. bo'l. Somethinglaid in the head . be ihe multuoufnefs whalebone. BODKIN. Bolt . oppofedto fpirit. an dieted. containing the body. boi 1. man. to be in hot houfe of office.a A To n. f. collecilion a general pandeft. bo Id-nis. f. collective mafs . fwan ipy. " . to take freedoms. comprefsfor to f.bravery. boiling perfonthat boils any any thingis boiled. The body or trunk of a tree^ BOLE. water. Corporeal. bog BOG-TROTTER. BOBBIN.loud. a a arrow. wound. bo'de-ment.omen. army. notch. bolt. f. a with To the cincfs. to portend. exenot fpirit fcrupulous . with boi f-te-rus. A n. bod -i-ly. BOGGY. out flanding licentious . bole. . rude a perfon. real. The furious . a as wine ftrength. like boiliig bold manner. BOHEA. Corporeally. bo Idn. a bob'-tfher-ry. tumiiltuoufly. make BOLDFACED. a. bo le. f. unwieldy.f. A to fly flart. bob omen boil. roaring. f. BODILY. bold. ad. To a. f. bod'-y. by agitated move heat . to hefitate. Partaking To n. or thread a inflrument an bold. " boi'f-tl-ruf-nis.v. lives in a to fubllance of material corporation . a. inftrumcnt with An drefs the hair.a rous timo- wounds To iOIL. boggy country. One bog'-trot-tur. V. legs. or try out . BOLDEN. BOBTAILED. to fifr. . BOLSTER. Stays. with feparate .uprightas fpotor (tain. alTurancc.an inftrumcnt ribbon througha loop. the condition a BOGGLE. the bar of a door . are f. bo'lt. bed. BOG. boggle. To v. BOILER. bold. great f^ery throughthe air. To the fupport afford a bed to a to to . To To bog'-lur.ad. bo-he meafure fupport the to head with n. bdld-fiH. Incorporeal. adual. BOLL. . Afliortwig. out witha. or quilt . An . puttinginto L O B bob'-b'. BOLDNESS. 7 dart .in the cherryis hung fo the mouth. a fen. impudent. f. blurt out. to be f. marfh. BODE. f. bo 1-ftur. BODICE. of a vvaiftcoat quilted V. playamong BOBCKERRY. an To to a iron fbut to or to fetter. human ation . BOGGLER. To tea. 1". fau- fix bufhels. turbulent. f. moraf?. BODILESS. A bog'-houfe. fwiftlyhurried .

BOND. than pills. BOMBASIN. f. f. bon'-ny-Iy. BOXNILY. f. f. f. BONDMAID. BOMBAST. BOMBAST. Gaily. bombs. A kind of in fla- flavc. from V. A coveringfor bo'n-gras. take out To the bones the flefh. bom'-ves -sll. b. BONNETS.Sour butccrmilk. f:il. Aloudnoife.or fhell. BONDSERVICE. any bon'-nlt. bo'-na-ro'-ba.BON BON bo It. The BOLTING-HOUSE. Confidingof bones. To an BONELACE. A fire made for triBONFIRE. hollow iron ball. bond'-flave. f. noife. maft BOMB.a.filledwith gunpowder. To n. f. bo'n-fire. to CapUvity. bones. a bcn'-nits.BONY.. BOMBARD. BONESET. a any is obliged. attack made f. longftraitnecked A veflel. a f.to bear the fhock of bim -bard. on A hat. A medicine.f. A a BOOBY. by throwingbombs. bOn-krct -t%cn. f. meat. bind'-man. bond'-fer-vint. of fetting umph. A kind of buffalo. -num-mag'-num. BGNASLS. bon'-ny. A. The folid parts of the fragmentof a flefh as make adheres it . f.bigwords. runningout at the head of a (hip. A woman . BONDSERVANT.v.bon-ny-klab'-bur.n. f.f. a attack bone out of joint. BOMBARD.ftrong!/ To built. of thrown of To BOMB-VESSEL. f. An bom-ba-ze f. fpeedand BOLTER. union. MAGNUM. mortar.f. b6'-fpnt. beautiful . A Hnion . bo'ne-lafe. a or BOLTSPRIT.not upright.made up into BOLUS. BONNY-CLABBER. is bound a. v. law by which writing with fpringout fuddennefs. Gayety. great gun To a. a BOiMB-CHEST. bom-bu-la -fhin. to bom'-tflieft. from b6m'-ket{h. f. cap. BONELESS. fur- up in the air. A of obligation . BOLT.handbon'-ny-nls.f. bom-baft'. of union. a foft mafs. ligamentthat thingtogether .and fore- ad. BOMBARDIER. glafs bo I-tlng-houfe. A BONCHRETIEN. a. mortar. f. ifhip. A woman flavc. A flave. One who BONESETTER. f. A flave. matrafs. bom-bar-de'r. fieve to fajl-tur. BONNINESS. BOMBULATiON. man BONDMAN. BONDWOMAN. whore.im- bond'-fer-vis. The engineer. bran. reftorea . tube. bones. larger bim'. "^ f. bo'lt-hed. f. BONE. BON One broken. BONDSLAVE. or joina bone bo ne-fet-tur. the courfes BONNY. filken flight A ftufF. To To n. a. caufc of bo bo -ny. one prifonment. AR one the forehead. bond'z-m'm. ftanding bo'-lus. employmentit is to bim-bi rd-ment.of prar. bo-ni'-f'is. gay. Fuftian. blow Slavery. n. v. f. connexion . bdm-bift'. whofe fhoot bombs. BOMB-KETCH. BONUM A f. Without bo'ne-fet. bound for f.f.f. kind A A vcry. no bone. f. ment.and from bon'-didzh. hand- fonicly. man another. Flaxen lace. cement captivity. f.f. Sound. animal BONE. BONNET. or receiver.but aflope. merry. To to body bone a with make no fcruple . fails fet on mainfail. imprifon.or matter wooden be to . much as placedunder-ground. barrel for wine. or chains. High founding.with which holds any . OB f. makes a practice bones. Handfome. BOMBARDMENT. bond'-mad. f. BOLTHEAD. BONDSMAN. Cords. Small the mizz.'nd'. dice. A bom-ba'rd. bo ne-k"s. with bo'ne. a. full of bones. meal fcparate BONDAGE. BONGRACE. A fpe- cic". bond'-wum-un. BOWSPRIT. placewhere meal is fifted. . a niftiedwith for vent a a filledwith combuftible out fufee. fomenefs. cheft filledwith bombs. f. f. great plum. f.

out fpread BOORISH.unavailing. in the In . A gift. The a fon whofe books. or O B BOO a. f.lis. ba r-de-rir. BOOTH. f. R over boot. the outer garment adorned with needlework. lofe playbooty. to A houfe built of boards BORABLE. placeunder bo't-tree. ftudyof is the it is profeflion a To holes in the f. part of raifed round a garden. a as a bar laid crofs To or rufli with fea play Bopeep.a fludent polewith bufhes BOON. BOON. bom. bo're. BOOTY. a grant. bo'r. BOOKSELLER. bon. BOORISHLY. That A plant.a. v. BOOT knowledge. BORDER. dull. Coarfencfs Ufelefs. with touch. V. and b6-raks. To by flowers. n. border. f. ufed and by horfemen. The bufinefs BOOTLESS. lout. without books. f. f. per- pulloff"the defign. a in which gifter a read we a work. bo -kllh.. to BORDERER. artificialfait. language. To gotten by robbery fell books. f. bo't.v. bo'-rabl. f.and a . " box. BOOT. upon for covering be driven into boots leg. Wood . merry. with advantage. To BORE.nprofit. bo-rat'-tfho. BOOR. to reach. Afteraclowni/h bor-IIh-ly. BOOK. To Clownifli. bo k. BOOTED. BOOKLEARNING. the thing.a. A bo r-ifli. EORDEL. to for\yards pufla v. BOOK-KEEPING. gefted eats bo BOOT. . mark Gay.to a books. To manners. booy pafiengers. as if frighted. To confine upon To adorn He that dwells approach nearly to. f. trader keeps an account kind remembrance books.a bawdy- A houfe. BORDER. in f. keepingaccounts. BOOKFUL. ad.a.a. a. a a. on n. plunder. dioufnefs. In fea f.to BORAGE. f. bo'r. of any manner. BOOKISH. BOOK. to leg. bo'-ty. acquaintance bo'k-man.advantage. BOOKISHNESS. books. a of ba'r-dir. Skill in bSk-ler'-nlng.nitre. BOPEEP. BOOKMATE. Crouded a. Verfed a. heavy. bo-by. bo look out. Overfludl- the Coach. f. BOOKLEARNED. books. things BORACHIO. To To in pierce make a a hole. BOOM. to . at bo't-id. tartar. BOOKBINDER. book. diflblved in wine. bo k-wurm. bo -kifli-nls. pillage. enrich. with literature. BOOKMAN. To BORE. hole. Schoolfellow. a of boots of Given above for boots.and alum.a clown.f. to keep out v. bok-mite.fet up or harbour. To bo-pep. brothel. V. f. man bok-ler'-nld. f.BOOBY.ufed bo't-hoze. to A bo k-feUur. BORAX. to BOOKWORM. books. f. bore. n. The bd'k-kep-lng. BOOM. BOORISHNESS. may be bored. whofe To Profit. bir'-ndzh. ba'r-dur. BOOTCATCHER. ferve like fiiaped for ftretching them. A whofe man f A too mite that fixed clofely bafkets. the enemy. bind it is to profeflion bo k-fal. f. ftupiJ BOOT. a. bat. ba'r-dur. a bank edgeof outer part or edge country .calcined fait. t. write in which volume A particular part of . BORE. to fet with to adv. f. bok. Plunder. re- book.prepared An f. is to drawback. in a regifter To a. from fal armoniac. The BORDER.f.f. A f. t. J fcige In boots. bo t-katlh-ur. A BOOT-HOSE. Without . of art bo k-bm-dur. the borders. with undi- f. fellow. To f.a longpole clue of the ftudding fail. A drunkard.gain. m. vio- bd'r-Lli-nls. A f. a. boughs. f. (hew the failcrshow bo whofe profeflion man a To inn is to an fuccefs. books.to bqncSt. BOOT-TREE. bor-del'.ruftick.. Stockings to bo th. to certain point. lence. a. or the coach by memory. bo'n.v. to fteer.

f. a chapce. bo fn..to bully. BOUD. bot'fh. BOTTLE. f. as conceal water fomething. bo'uje. threat. or arm fv. part in any work added. BOREAL. its fupport. a To To a. bot'l.' woodlands. upon reft upon To n. a. my ground ground-work. To fall or thingwith great force. BOTTOM. f. bos'-ky.ar. A limit. a. inclofe in the privacy. BORNE. inclofe in bottles. bound. a on bou'd. BOREAS. the midil any kind. adventitious botfli'. in partrifmg of any dale.a valley . a limit . A into life. projecture. f.a jump. f. O up. fix upon BOTTOMED. boafter. re. Relatingto plants. flone that has A of fpecies bo-tan'-i-kal. ba'tS.f. north The a.fupported.B T O B bo're. bo tn. f. clumfily. together. . plant. two. f. bo The f.the heart. inclofure . bit'-a-nlft. bo-tan' j crowfoot. an To ta't. BOUGHT. v. fections breaft. BOTTOMLESS. or quantityof wine ufuaily put bottle. a. BOREE. bou'nfe. ill fini(hed. f. bo-tan-ol'-o-jy. a bully.of To BOUNCE. the folds of implies intimacy. Marked with botches. A ftud . to to fly make a boaft. ba BORN. a quantityof hay or a a grafsbundled Carried. other matter. BOTH. To a. bofom as one. the fize b6 BORE. li. The bo'-re. a bou'n-fur. herbs. partclumfily To mend or patch bou againft any BOUNCE. ufe he that takes what EOSKY. f. Any BOSSAGE. BOTANIST.Northern. of Bear. a veflTel navigation fecurity . BOSOM. fudden crack BOUNCER. As well. bos'-kaje. bos'-saje. bijt's. BOTTOlVIRY. BOTANICAL.v. in the . difcoloration of the (kin. f. A difBOTANOLOGY. f. cloaths f. prcter. put togetherunfuitably. Woody.fondnefs. -zum. Come rn. a ball of compofition. BOUGH. or bot-tum. deepeft part. "BOSCAGE. the laft refort. ftiip's infea which An v. f. which with inftrumcnt a hole is bored . breeds in To A or eruptive fwelling. He that borrows BORROWER. Wood.bot'l-flow-ur. is another's. n. f. BOTANICK. or . a.the tender afin to any man's breaft. up BOTTOM. friend.a A blow. To a. to afk of another upon from tliing take To a. To bor'-ro. mark limit with botches. cor- BOTTLEFLOWER. a thick body of f. bot'l. BOTCH. bot-tfhy. a bou'. BOSON. preterite The U BOTH.flcilled in herbs. winds. empty threatener .as To . EOSVEL.a boundary. f. Corruptedfrom BOSS. of buy. fudden leap.ell cut. . BORROW. 6r fudden ftrong A noife . an build upon. the ufe of fomethingfor a time to thoughnot belonging one's own. in'-i-kal. the bot'-tum. One ftlHed-inplants.a quart . or To . v. BOTS. a largefhoot nfe.f. fcrew A lovveft part of The f. The bit'-tum-ry. of any hole. ad of borrowing bottom. a.the BORE. fathomlefs.v. in the entrailsof worms A fmall vcfTelof glafs. a boaft. To bottom. a An tree. bo -ryas. bo'-ryil. v. wind fupport . poration. the innermofl: part of an the the drefs that cover thread wound To bo'-zum. f. to the for capacity . A town with a To rne.a to bound. Small BOTTLE.confidence. b6 into ftepin dancing. bos'. BOTCH. v. under the foundation.f. v. to a bct'-tum. a fpring. Havinga bot'-tiim-lls. the thing. Without a f. BOSOM. the the defire. The hole made by boring. to To Boatfwain. pullout ther ano- bor'-ro-ur. inclination. bot'-tumd. A l-fkrci.a rebound. fome- credit . conj. f. boz'-vil. bofom . I'-nlk. bot the cork. horfes. a EOTCllY. money a utmoft of malt. bur'-ro. any thing. to BOTTLESCREW.f. BOUGE.a. n. I a. bottom. BOROUGH. courfe upc. to which wnfliilfully .i as BOTTOM.BOUND. leap. by any excurfion is reftrained.

to matter. bow'.BOX BOW BOUND. one v. BOWL. f.and ends at the fl:ernmoftparts Bind. To vel To fhoot into branches. BOWSTRING. TYHOOD. BOUNTEOUSLY. BOUND-STONE. f. from bo -bent. buks. Round munificent. BOUNDLESS. Liberal. liquids . of the forecafl. j BOW-HAND. fuffer to are f. h6-zy. f. An which war rainbow . f. to playsat bowls. vefl"el to hold A f. bow'-ur-ry. a. ground.intendingto to BOW. rn.f. bou'n-ty-fdl. a brook. make to fink under bound. Full of bowers. prefiTure. inftrument of f. BOW. to limits.f. BOUNTY. of beingbountiful. any bend. or fubmiffion rcfpeiSl. 7f. bend the t. BOUND. . bou'n-den. participle of Bind. Tojump. To mclofc in a box. liberality. playat ^ virtue. liberality. To f. b6 1. A pieceof ground. A f. Drunken. BOWLINE. d at perfoiini bow'. bou'n-tyus. BOX. bound. BOWLER. to flyback. any bo-lur. bur'-jun. BOM bou is BOW. the hollow part of any thing.or fountain. a To a.Goodnefs. tree . bow -ur. BOWL. it feems BOWER. . the Inteftines. or inflfct . rebound. BOW. generous. the wood cafe made A hold any givenis put . thccaf- or tree. thing. Unlimited. Deftined.generous. ovher^ ot ihe chefl: into whicli feat in the . whofe . a the inftruments with place. torrent. An bo -yer. f. Exemption BOW-LEGGED. BOURGEON. Generofity. reverence miflion. To bou nd. . legs. A ftoop . BOWERY. Crooked. BOWYER. bo -firing. bo bow'-Ils. BOUNDLESSNESS. BOUSY. BOUNTIFULLY. The hand that the bow. bow'-ur. Munificence. beginsat the loof. to To a. quality generofity. 'n-tyif-ly. BOWER. which bo'ze. to flroke. one To token of as the bow much of an tion ac- bend.kind. boks BOX. of the of wood. A f. bou'nd-lef-ms. BOUNDEN. To bow'. the organs within any ad. which fee.ke. compafs. to a"Stof f. n. to fpring . BOWELS. to V. a limit-. a. bou'n-ty-hed. to bend. f. v. BOX. Havingcrooked in Spenfer. a ftring-inftruments in a. throw bowls riners ma- money playhoufe. paflive bou'nd. compaflion. draws playwith.keptfmooth BOWSPRIT. V. f. boks An bows. BOWLING-GREEN. participle of paflive BOUNDARY. bou'n-da-ry. bou'n-tyuf-nis. f. bd -hand. vefl'els the inner parts of body . BOUND. a.bou'n-dlng-ft6ne. . kept bent. tendernefs. a bafin.v. minate ter- malce to flexure . Liberal. The by firing laviflily. trade is to make time. fignify. that part of her which flip . limit. -man. . BOUNTIFUL. a. An reverence fub- or bo . bodyin V. is to deTo for bowlers. BOX. The bou'n-ty-ful-nis. . Boltfprit. To ftone 1 BOW-BENT. BOWL. f. BOURN. Liberally. BOUNTIFULNESS. to . Limit. bou'nd. BOUNDING-STONE. munificence. bou'nd-ft. BOUNTEOUSNESS. f.a. f. BOUNTEOUS. thing. in condefceniionito prefs. archer the thing. bS'-legd. a blow. bo AN.un- confined. BOUNTIHEAD. b6 -I'ng-gren. f. a Anchor a. mafs rolled along the bo 1. A turn.to-crufh. as To n. v. a. and a.f. BOUN biu ho fprout. bound. To He that bow'-lln. to bou'nd. to come To n. playedupon . the doubling6f a firing knot Bow of a Ihip. bd-fprit. An arbour .v. or incline. at middle part of the outfide of a fail.to confine to reftrain. BOUSE. a. rope faftened to the a. f. BOUND. f. bou'nd-h's. bou'n-ty-fdl-ly. drink bowls . generoufly.le. archer. BOUT. To bo 1. n-ty-hfid. ad. n. Liberally. -A lebou n-ty. fo called.

f. BRAID. brambles. ad. BRACHIAL. to holds any thingtight . weave underftanding. any fort of nail to f. a Small ropes reeved BRAINSICKNESS. Weakly. The bra-kig'-gra-fy. brag-giir. arife . bandages. brag'. a colkaion from the brain. brag'-lls. boafter. triplet . his fills. (omethingfait. r. f. BRAKY. a. A v. head. To ifh. Childifhly. A brag'-gart. The boy'-hud.J".h. arm. brab'-lur. Silly. A . Thorny. The hufks of brantfh : f. Boaftfui. bnVk. A brabl. BRAMBLING. boafler. of contempt than for young BOYISH. f.n. BRABBLE. f. a bra'n. ad. f.. BRAKE. brak f. A puffbrag-ga-d6'-ih6. thingboaftcd. BRAIN. texture. BRACE. the hand. BRAKE. BRABBLER. knot. clamorous To v. v. triBOYISHLY. BRAINLESS. f. BOX. fellow.not girl.trifling. To bok fn. f. Salt. pair. BRAMBLE. BRAG. BRAINISH. bandage. ftrapsof leather Braces of which on in printing.hinp-.tightnefs.a. conteft. BRAILS. brri'n-slk. thick BRACE. bra d. oftentatioufly. BRAGLY. through crction.a couple. brim'-blmg. a. n. Indif- f. bran-slk-ly. boy'. together. BRAGLESS. BRACER. v. brib'l. To hemp bitch hound.dtnefs. boy'-izm. A who man boaft. To n. f.ad. brat ft. To n. f. BOXEN.a. bra k. f. That in the it line a BRACELt art organs motion bra'fe. BRA blow A tlie head on To givenwitli boks'. f. that which BRACE. Belongingto the f. A male child. BRA. To BRAID. box. f. BRAGGADOCIO. any part that fhoots out B b ground. To brag-ly. to difplay boaft. boy'-l"h-n!s. f. with fight Made a. corn fiioot of a tree from the reftj from article. bran. headily. BRAGGART. A contell noify brafe. Childifhncfs. bras -lit.' f. f.f. a Finely. bra-fur. of Break. Braces a inclofingpaflage. older . BRAKE. one A bird called chafiinch. berry buih. compafs. a oftentatious. fant in- an floor rooms BRAN. f. brag'. f. f. BRACHYGRAPHY. brik'-kir. or bra BRAIN. alfo a mountain BRACKiSH. rough. the BRAINSICKLY. A Without a. preterite The bnVk. the M. a. Puerility. BRABBLE. Cincture. To a. BRAG. vainly BRAGGART. to boy'-Ifn. any diuant a intaller river . brad of which roughprickly fhrub. The fkuU containing the brains. BOX. a. boy'-ifli-ly. Belonging boy .fpbcrry . fellow. a BOYISHNESS. ing. BRAGGER. rell-mbling of bc'ks'-ur. bran-pan. A An BRACH. ftateof a boy. velTels fenfe and kill by beating Hotheaded. furious.f. boafling with fights a. bra'-mfh. out of writingin practice BRACK. the box. triflingncfs. BRACKET. men. hangs.giddinefs.V. brd'n-slkn!s.f. BRAINSICK. for ornament arms. BRACKiSHNESS. with bra d. a. f. BRAINPAN. breach. f. Addleheaded. tenfion. fupportof fomt .f. a. brak A A cinclure. the and noifily. A f. brak-i". wicn. brig'-gart.a bandage.giddy. child- BOYHOOD. childifhncfs. to tie clofe ftrain up. fixed forthf- fhort A piece of wood .a proud exprefllon . f. -yal. To a. The of the main boughs . f. rr. BOYISM. blocks. f.crooked as in a coach. inftrumcnt for of a dreffing fhip's pump j kneadingtrough. prickly. bram bl. BOY. Fern. flingiy. brak'-ifn-nif. one " in the ftate of adolefcence word a . hri'fe. BRANCH. A bra Iz. dewBlackberry bufh bufh. bind. boaft. S. bra -ky. An flax the handle a or baker's . clamorous To v. BOXER. bra'n-lls.BRA boles'.

To boafl. To fquabble. the flefh of ANGLE. BRAVERY. into branches out divide BRAVADO. f. Partaking BRASSY. daring. in brafs or . One f. BRASIL. v. brantlh'-lis. quarrelnoifily indecently j a A wrangler. brand'. as brantfo'. BRAYER. f. a. Full of branches flick A fword lighted . brat'.noble. mixing murders who man The body . courageoufly. An bras'-sy-nls.to noife. BRANDLING. a. A v.a challenge. with bra pound.v. f.likebraf^. BRANDY. To bra'ze. A to for To n. horn. kind to bran'-d!fh. to fpreadin feparateparts . To n. Ojie that fhoots a young falconry.f. to horns v. BRAVE. of branches. brang 1. bran. A bran'-dy. fitto or the brave.the dtfcendant the antlers . BRANCHINESS. thus lenge chal- Quarrel. excellent. bra -nur. f. out. fhoots naked. BRAVELY. of a. or brafs . Brafil. having a gallant. brant -fhur. A bra-va-do. f.bold . a mufculous fo called from the arm. brand To a. with f. made lapiscalaminaris . its flrength j boar. A hedor. BRANDISH. BRAND. hot iron. to harden to a. becaufe bra'-ny. by dence. To n. found. -ur. A brand'-gos. . nimity fplendour. To indecently . Havingthe bra-zhur. bra'. -ling. bra've-ly. To BRAY. hard . brang'l. writh needlework. bra'. a lighted. a man yond daringbeprudence or fitnefs. bras'. a To of infamy. fpeakdifFufively . wood. f.or grindfmall. that Mufculous. afs . be a made To by burningwith BRAND. a part of any mily fa- a collateral line. in .f. wine. to works In fpeakloud and to bral. of bran. mufcular . afs . pan BRAZIL. hardbra'-ny-nls. brafs impudent. An To BRAY. the oft- defccndingin a fpring. mien noble . f. appearance manufaflurer bra-ze'l. impu- an bra'. boar killed for the table. and of wild fowl.magnabra'-ve-ry. a particular BRAWN. bran'-ny. BRAVE. adorn .fcurrility. often- .f. wrangle. Courage. BRAWNINESS.v. rican Ame- have been firftbrought from copper A with yellowmetal. BRANK. . note BRANDGOOSE. make part of the f. from carry BRAWL. .. BRANGLE. Fullnefs brin'-tfhy-nls.nt lo aii temper the ink. boar . Strength. BR liquordiilijied ftroiig f. flefhy. To a. tempt con- f. f. appearance . hold coals. make a noife as an ofFenfivenoife. Buckwheat. as To BRANCHLESS. BRASSINESS. BRAZE. brave manner. BRAWLER. n. bra -v6. ad. ihooting To a. bravado.a brag. bi-a ve. A f. -fhy. f. boughs. f. f. mark a . thunderbolt a tation mark To a. defy. BRAWL. denominated. a bulky. boafting appearance. . Noife. To folderwith brafsi impudence. Squabble. BRANCH. child. a bra'l. boafl. BRAT. in Courageous. to . fhow. bras'-sy.BRA river runninginto BRA larger . into branches ERANCHER. magnificence . that brays like inftrum. hawk. BRAVE. gallantly. BRANNY. fhake playwith. To a. v. brand . {hoots of or a branches fpread into to . to f. wave or flourifh. make to BRAY. brant fpreadin^. v. nefs. flag's To f. A hire. a. v. magnificent.fo brave. BRASIER. called "iFspring. a f. v. Without a.noife. an printers. being mufculous wrangle. brank'. to . the progeny. commonly fuppofedto BRASS. BRAWNER. f.^ BRAZEN. to have To brantfli BRANCH.v. or flefhy bulk. BRAVO. grand. BRANCHY. a boaft. . BRAWNY. worm. A bra'-lur. a.

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To a. care f. gun. . be breed. BREWaGE. The To a pieceof To fit any britfh'. epitome. The f.to producefrom one's book bre-vyat. make to bro-Idzh. f. br^'z. abridgment. bre d. to ejedt to to. f. knowledgeof Brother. made boiling BRIBE. thingstogether.is. thrown by v. BREATHE. BREEDING. breth BREVITY. lower part of the the hinder with f. to live . to A BREEZE. to new birth BREED. febre'-th!ng. moving air. breaft. To BREW. bro'.to move breath by privately give air or . the over the lower breeches. v. . cret . BREEZE. pieceof fat pottage. progeny. BREDE.fhortbrev'-i-ty. Quantityof liquor bro'-inj.and "helpto ftrengthen of the fliip.breeze. thingwith To put into breeches breech.inftrucfare'-dlng. produftion . bretlt'-lls. to plot. BRET. to garment part of the in a wife. to up. -BREASTKNOT. BREASTPLOUGH. A BREVIATURE. The of the air drawn in To to throw to the air out take breath . fare'-vya-ture. f. To . part of gales. care BREATH. to reft. v. . highas as up A . breeches . to bred. thing. plural of f.USE. a. adluate or by breathing . to generate to A fhort compendium. and life. from To palT. bro'. that breeds f. ufed for raife f. An bre'-vya-ry. to exercife. particip.f. of f. BREWHc. bra is. One raife a breed. out number hatch.to caufc. f. BREECH. -ren. caft. a things. BREASTPLATE. f. ad. BREVIARY. paringturf. BREATHER.a kind. . A houfe propriated ap- brewing. to qualifyby education.E R B B the ftem. Afpiration. a. bringyoung fpecies offspring . to To containingthe daily of Rome. duced pro- produces ther. an breathing place. that takes one the female a ejefted refpiration body .driven by the breft'-wurk. bro'-houfe. fclf. to produced. z. to utter . a as to breech wear f.an inftant. A whofe man of various profeffion beer.to hatch. to to taKC -ur. to vent f. f. BREEDER. A ot bead foiktd in faltcdmeat. A . for the breaft. to give birth to. One which nurture. prepare by mixto contrive to plot. Fanned fiihof the turbot kind. inject by breathing . v. of .relaxation. f. BREASTWORK. A plough breft'-plow. gentlegale. body . The brit -tflilz. ceremony. performthe office the hufband. BREVIAT. brewer.v. BRETHREN. a bred-bate. the on have to or bre^. bre'-thur. to bre d. ToBPvEECH. Education. a contrive. To n. BREED. BREECHES. See BRAID. Armour breft'-plate.f. of authority To BREED. reward given to pervert ud^meiit. Concifenefs. thi bri be. breath. men the mixing feveral ordnance. increafe breft'-not. by the lungs. the breaft of the defendants. BREWER.. bred. bret'. a fubdivifion quarrels. occafion. Works any bretfi'. fpite. worn procreate. of ribbands by worn forepart To the A knot women breaft. bunch allthe I R EREWIS. a. Out flinging fly. BREEZY. To n. f. a bre'-dur. produce edi cate. of BRED. nefs. lives. breed.f. BREW. . perfonwhich bringsup anothat is prolifick. A breathes. f. fpentwith labour. bra -zy. That qualifications manners. liquorsby ing ingredients . n. f. to bnng of. An abbreviation. f.vent. brltlh'. bre'th.f. tions draw in and or that prayer . a BREEDBATE. f. Mixture it is to make . dead. BREATHLESS. a fingle aft. at once. by bre fervice of the church BREATHING. body .f. to ufurpthe bro BREWING. f.f. v. repaufe. brewed.

bricks in. quan- in beating nefs. majorgeneral. contains time. full of BRIGADE. to woman bride-bed. v.T^ch brig'-an-tine.f. men. v.a. diamond the fineftcut. Shining. bridl. bride and f. making brick. BRILLIANTNESS. To grow bright. BRIGHTLY. f.a meafure of bref-ly. f.a. To guideby a bridle. bri'-e-ry.f. Splendidly. BRIBERY. edge of The C c any thing. BRIDEBED. ing. To a. bri-dal. holds the bridle in which BRIEF. BRIGHTNESS. A bride-grom. I R BRILLIANT. as ftrokesdown two words. bridl-h. brlk'. few Concifely . A bri-gadc. The BRIEF.fplen- acutenefs. BRIGANTINE. cafe . a curb. BRIDE. Rough. f.f. luftre. to without from to BRIDGE. in order below BRIGANDINE. trade is to make a Belongingto a.v. witty. B I B R One for that pays rupt cor- f. givebribes. man. reign. n. bri't-!y.bribe. or alert . to dour. bri't-nis.f. coat The as ufed by corfairsor pirates formerly . Concifenef. brik'-ma-kur. Duft made by burn f. BRIDLEHAND. f.evident. BRICK. To round. ried mar- new bridegroom.f. BRIERY. BRILLIANT. a : f. BRIBER. new bri de-kake.ad.. br!g-a-de'r. v. cake diftri- A has been wedding. brik'-li-ur. to bre'f. bri'dl. givinglicence to a charitable BRIEFLY. a BRIGHT. to bri de-ftake. fhine BRIGHTEN. BRICK-KILN. in . BRIDAL. many tity. houfe of rection. the containing writinggiventhe pleaders. A bril'-lyant. To hold up of f. in a. f. flringed To BRIDGE. as a bright light. f. BRICKBAT. Luftre. . BRIDECAKE. bricks. br!de-wel. f. as a brightgenius. with ad. BRIDESTAKE. n. f. to of mail.a place A mufick. make illuftrious. BRIDEWELL. BRIEFNESS. of burnt mafs A brik'. a. BRIGADIER next bride. bricks. which bridzh'. the BRIM. colledlion ufed Clay which brlk'-dift. concife a. brlk'-bat. v.fparklbnl'-lyint. BRIDEGROOM. Alightvefbrig'-an-dine. by light to make acute. A bri't. plant. bref-nis. BRIBE. BRICKDUST. kiln. To v. A fhort extrait. f. Luftie. laywith A brlk'-klif. bride-madz. to To a raife a . and for poundingbricks. hand narrow. dour place. bri'de-men. f.acute. rcihain. To crime of praftices. BRIDLE. bright. a by re- check.f. a wedding. Short. The horfe is reflrainedand ftraint. a. f.clear. brll'-lyant-nls. f. Shining.i ants BRIDEMAIDS. over any To a BRIDLE. hcadftalland reins governed. To a. the pieceof brick. of- Marriage-bed. BRICKLAYER. ficer. divifion of forces. letters patent. illuftrious.f.fhort- bri'-ur. BRIDLE. bri'dl. contradcd. the buildingraifed over A pafl'age . Abrick-mafon. BRICK. riding.'md. To . A fullof glittering. to govern. attendthe on ground. britn. rewards for bad fhapedlike taking clay} loaf a brick. clear up. the the at guefts BRIDEMEN. britn. BRICKCLAY. S ^el. brik'-kil. Splendour.fplcnbril'-lyan-fy. bri -bur. a To a.v. praiStices. buted A briers. f. f. A married. . Onewhofe BRICKMAKER. to make to make To make luminous make gay. dance portfet in water bridzh'. bref. The bri'-be-ry. up.or epitome. luftre. cor- part of the nofe . body of nuptial. the 1{. BRIGHTEN. brim'. BRIER. the upper . f. An General. bridge BRILLIANCY. the upper in of the firings fupporter for the convenience of inflruments of mufick. f. head.

To Fulnefs brim'-mur. ffone. BRISTOL the top.to pierce a a utter or into BRINY. the or in adlion engage a not to con- be to procure exhibit. bri'-niHi-nis. Salt. Dreft in brocade of brocade. brind Id. bring bring bring gain. notreferved.a. BRIMMER. clear. the brim. place. Li\e'y. Wide. BRITTLE. a fide of The A a the cutting. as ther ano- hand. to . of fiiip . any veffcl. v. BPJSKLY.to BROAD. In ad. Pit of bri'ne-pit. BROACH. bold. the volley fideof a fhip. flate of The being To bring'. bri-ny. a. bro-kd de. The promotingbargains . A fpit. fetch from ftate.coarfe . A finekind CLOTH. Accordingto. full bowl A to To BRIMSTONE. fword. n. gaingottenby lawful givenfor any unin old things. f. gadfly. coarfenefs. f.-idice.to pierce veffel in order to to giveout. to come put into any induce. an er. in bro tfh.f. brink any bring To . erful. ered To Thick a. Livelinefs. a. . f. BRIMFUL. f. a R .edgeof upper the bank of B I R B liquor . river.a. own about. brine. f. BRINK. the fea brls1. . from Togrow n.open BROADSIDE. A"tivcly. Aptnefs to the Having bra d. brinded. to produce. . Saltnefs. bringover. brific'-nSs. BRISK. BRISTLY. to bring up. to in one's convey caufe To a. to to . open- thing. blade. a broad broad. v. place. BROAD of cloth. the trade of BROC- . To bringoff. The BRINGER. quitted ac- pcrfon BROCADED. Streaked.to efFedt. C A filken fluff variegated. f. fait. brln'-dld. f. To be full to Full the top. party. bra'd-clo'tlT. BRISTLE. large. brls'-klt. f. BRIT. liquor. f. BRIZE. to BRISTLE. woven BROCAGE. To fubdue. BRINISHNESS. a.not delicate.a. of any BROADSWORD. BROADEN. ad. of Briftol. taftc of fpit. vivid. BROADNESS. with draw draw attrad. in bridles. BRINDLED. To under. brlm'-fto-ny. The brcaft of BRISKET. gaycty. found brlt'. STONE. to bring that The br6'-tfhur. in the manner bi(i'-kldzh. brind 1. To bring in. To break. gay brlflc.f. To bringon. to draw to to to bring out. BRIMFULNESS. f. anin^al. to reprefs. to . rock a fpit. ftiffhair of fwine.tabby. bra'd-wize. apt to break. f.Fullofbrim- BRINDLE. a. pr. f. vigour. To new kind the near city fifh. BROADLY.f. brlt'l-nls.as BROCADE. or precipice f. bra'd-ly. A thing. brim -ful'. v. v. to f. fountain. To in. f. a Fragile. utterer bringup. brim'. BRITTLENESS. vlgoroudy. impregnated .To a as fet with briftles.to forth. brine. To n. f. to faitwater. qu'xknefs . bri-nlfli. brllk'-ly.ftreaked. clear. dudl BRISTLE. extended grofs. brIm'-ftSne. brls'-ly. tears. the top of any To BRIM.toinftruft.a.bright. f. dealing the hire office . briftles. BRINE. To BRIM. particular prevailupon . to bringto pafs.f. a The edgeof any To fpit. to to . Breadth. of foft diamond a. manner. fulfome BROADWISE. bringsany thing. BRINDED. bra'd-slde. brid-nls. v. A brlt'l. obfcene.to givebirth to. BRING. in breadth . To v. a. of name bro tfh. fide to fide . .f. extent fulfomnefe. To The brls1. bring'-ur. with fhot firedat broad from once bra'd-ford. brim -ful'-nls. BRINISH. To fillto the top. to reclaim .ilt. vivacious. the top. To brl'dn. to afford of The BROACH.to fhew to educate. BRINEPIT. an bro-ka'-dld. fend v. the diredlion of the breadth. BROACHER. BRISKNESS. brlze. Sulphur. with f. brim a. open any ilore. f. along. brls1. to O ad. pow- fpirituous . ftand erecl brls'-t6-ft6ne. Brinded. BRIMSTONY. f. Water . . a.

Without brC. flower-de-ry. To badger. hair the over air of the general tenance coun- highplace.f. kn-ly. progeny hatch.an any BROOD.f. Gloomy brow'n-flud'-y. r-t'd. a fraternity . a. a Offspring. fear.. regular bro-kur. inci- A of beinga brother . houfchold a. brown. bratlT. or . baw- united clofely is ufed in of the fame men fuch brothers. tumult. of hatch them eye of the in manner. To n. nerationBROWNSTUDY. a clafs of BROW. years old. an afTociquality of men for any purpofe. v. brow n-n!s. BROKERAGE. a. A br^ m-Iind. dialect. The kind. . Dcjecled. BROOKLIME. f. bro'nze. prefswith ornameat guage. f. or . To bro'k. for Belongingto the mature abcfom bro'm-ftif. a.hvo br. the coals. . Embroidery. v. brok'-ko-ly. To endure. BROWNBILL. paffive brow'. f. to cover or brat. to the forehead the weapon To a. f. fit on chickens under . To O br. To contract bufiiiefs BROTH. kind of fhoej a corrupt A broi'-dur.one bro -kur-idzh. f. bruth'-ur. The Natural befeems de- ftern looks. A . A brown lour. ation the in man BROOCH. the edgeof of arch to brother.i'k. ] fame ferics. A A red deer. BROIL. one Bronchos. . Full of broom.v. BROIDER. BROCKET. v. be in the heat. any brow'-bet.a. a.V. BROWN. throat. of Break. broke. brith'-ll. To . part. to be to it is made. name brow'n-bil. confider any thingby brod. / BROTHEL. A any pimp. any born f. In a To Ihte of f. bro tfh. work. BROOK. BROIL. n. a Bring. a . brd'kn-ha BROKEN-HEAR'i'ED. broi 1. Liquor profeflion . one any deals in old who . a part of watch. operationwhich to Land f. f. the matter BROOMSTAFF. form. bruth'-er-ly. To.f. reward bro'm. v. on fiuing BROWSE.f. layingon To n. brow'-bound. crufhed by grief or Havingthe fpirits of that endure. To a. BROTHER. jewels. runningwater. To a. general. BROCCOLI. BROTHELHOUSE. ancient Englifhfoot. eggs. brcn'-kyal. boiled. . v.A fpecies of cabbage.br"'n-k!k. drefs To a. 13 R O of the BROWNNESS. of a The colour. BROOK. Biother ftate BRONCHIAL. BROUGHT."k'-kit. BROOK. rivulet. br^'-my. broi'l. ERONCHOCELE. \ BRONCHICK. A v. l^o a. The a. bro'k-lime. brow'-s!k. a. To eat branches. co- h::tch.BROWBEAT. an BROOM. cook or by To BROIL. bro'd. chcrifh by care. or The or pay brin'-ko-kel. To fo called is bound.B R brok'. gemeditations. adorn with of needle-work. broi'l. that faclor. Crowned. brcn-k6t'-t6-my. at once the adl of coverin2 the eggs- BROODY. f. That BRONCHOTOMY. palT. bruth'-!l-houfe fe. jewel. f. thinganxioufly . bear. care. medal. f. bro'd. a io bears broom. To bro k. A The that ftafFto flefh is in which the opens windpipeby fion.. a. BROGUE. BROKENLY.the number Hatched . of Afhrub. BROOD. ad. which n. BROOMY. Brafs BRONZE. f. v. BROCK. father maker. f. the e2:25. One one refemblinganother BROTHERHOOD^ tumour called afperiaarteria.to prevent fufFocation. bro -dy. does bufmefs for another goods.f. BROWSICK. a a f. a quarrel.f. herb. BROKER. becomes as BROWBOUND. BROOMLAND. the mother or BROTHERLY. match broker. to the wing . fort of water. brog. broi from f. v. lantheological bruth'-er-had.f. of which the broom To for others. BROOD. figures BROIDERY. f. brd'kn. or brow zc. BROKEN. f. A content. flirubs. of part. dy-houfe. To BROKE. f.

To brufli. v. brown complexion. linen ad. A A buk'-kit. To BUCK. Belonging to thingwhich any blunt BRUIT.v. and folidity wants falfe fliow . of To Brutality. A woman's groinfrom the binding all tumours : in called Buboes. To a.favage. inBRUTALLY. To A with woman a brufli'. buckle with. which in which churliflinefs. Strong malt liquor.blow. BUCKLER. grofs. buk'. particularly water To rough. V. a bib 1. Savagenefs. To n. BRUMAL. BRUTE. To a BUBBLE. BUCKSHORN. brus'l. BRUTISHLY. -tl-fy. mangle bro'ze. bub'. BRUTISHNESS. a refembling ferocious rough. to fly over. That The of rabbets and BUCKBEAN.BUCOLICK. bub'-by. BRUTALITY. a. tongue or grow another . v. The is drawn BUCKLE. f. BRUTAL. heavyblow. which The liquorin cloaths waflied . buk'-lur. Brutality. bro't. a biik'. buks-hirn. that part BRUSH.v. to br"^'-t!fli. biik'.cruel. bro't-nls. To engage with. BRUSH. brunt'. The baflcet cloaths BUCKET. f. ' BRYONY. f. To . To a. In the manner bro'-tlfli-ly. velTelin which ter wa- v. are buk-a-nerz. bu'-bo. BUCANIERS. link of A made catch without reafon. A fruitor mafl: tree. buk'-rum. n.fiifFenedwith fort of A f. BRUISE. the cloaths waflied in the liquor. The BUCKMAST. make to a buckle to. fliield. f. favage. buk'-baf-ki't. BUCK. a f. to the bri-nit'. The fi-ftfliootof a plant. Rough or fliaggy. of the beech BUCKRAM. beaft . a a. BRUNT. brute. n. f. bud'. To a.f. Rumour..a is carried.f. To n. flirubBRUSHWOOD. by thickets. f.ferocious. BRUNETT. the flate of or favage. Senfelefs. Comfrey. rude with run BUBBLER. out of a well biik'l. Churliflily. the fallow of trefoil. are BRUTALIZE.f. To with BUD Y R To cruftior a. A fmall bladder of water. firmnefs . BRUSH. bib'l. buckle . n. BRUISE.v. pirates. bri'-tal-ly. BUCKLE. Paftoral. f.f. to quencha fire. bik'-mirt. BRUSTLE. aflault. bro'ze-wurt. favage. hurt A with fomething and heavy. bro-tal.f. deer. To BRUTIFY. bry -o-ny. brutal bro wafli cloaths.f. winter. BUCKTHORN. bucks carried to the wafli. f. To BUCKLE. bub'l. of the a fhock.f. crackle. brufli. BUBBLE. metal. f. BUB. f. brute . Shock. violence. America.inhuman. ' with To brufli'. ignorant. breafi:. br^ -t!fli-n!s. Beflial. other animals. f. A plant. nu-a. BUBBLE. brifli'-wiid.report. brufli'-y. a a To bro't. A word cant of or privateers. To male and does. fort of the veflelsin which . He that ufesa brufli. To n. irrational. BRUTE. The BUBO. BUBBY. f. BRUISEWORT. To brute. f. bii-kol-Ik. . v. Rough. BRUTISH. buk'. with move a the male hafte. brufli. a inftrument for An rubbing. buk'-t'ncrn. A plant. carjial. a to a To bend. v. BRUTENESS. f. belongsto brd'-ta-llze. BRUSHER. noife. ftrike with to quicknefsj to paint are bubbles. f. BUD.v. cloth. f. unconfcious . to bow.B bro'ze. a. a. a man creature bro v. v. untaught. cheat. f. a. To BUCK.a. to confine. with fallen one to the thing crifpedand hair faflen with To a. buk 1. biik 1. bro-tal'-!-ty. plant. a To a. perfoncheated. ftroke. ftrong g\mi. apply to . brufli'.-Ti. A cheat. t. ad. A tree. as copulate biik'-ben. like BRUSHY.f. BUCK. brifli-ur. the cheat. curled. f. bro'-mal. bub'-blur. BUCKBASKET. rub with fweepor rife in the fcrotum thigh to for the To gentlenoife. humanly. f. f. to flcim lightly.a .f.

the with buffalo. The BUFFOONRY. BUGGINESS. buf -f !-tir. buffalo. . low f. infedl. bllt'. root. BUILD. a To 7'o bulk'-hed. BUFF. particular fifh. a. pouches. ftupid. with Leather coat. raifc any thingon a fupportor foundation. A BUFFALO. v. BULLION. . . with kind of To cupboard. box- playa buf 1-hed-id. v.f. herb ox-tonguc.f. f. A bul'-wurk. baf -fit.to jutout. f. citadel. n. A fortification. To . of .it is . BULL-HEAD. "c. an Bulbous. BULK. The D part d on which we fit. remarkable of name a BULL ACE. To make a fabrick. to bil'-Iis. boxer. houfchold ftuff. cow. A round BULB. f. v. A A blow BUFFET. buf-f(^'n. a A fize.by poftures. a for his courage. a dogs. bug'-g!-nls. a. to beat.or biLl'-bus. Knapweed. BULWARK. To BUILD. main BULKY. BULL-DOG. BUDGER. bu'gl. . To bulk'. bif-f^'n-e-ry. flaoots. bul'-ky. bufl." BUGLE. The BUGLOSS. T. To from the fkin prepared the ftrike.f. or ftock. wild A A f.B To hud BUD. budzh'. f.in f. To BUFFET. f.f. f. bu'gl. four round plum.an fcriptural prailifes BULL-BEGGAR. violent . BULL. A fame fport. . A hunting bu'gl. bid carried eafily BUFF.f. ing-match. Greatnefsof fta- a. bu'-glos. or To a.f. buf of the a To . budzh'. the ftruaure. largerufh. buf'-flt. bul'-ly. ball of n-ictal. B U a bum. BUM. fame fhipwith boards. bul'-wed. bCil'-hcd. BUILDER. BUGBEAR.f. BUFFET.fize. n. V. f. V. or To To put forth young gems bud To a. edifice. jnovesor bag fuch A as may BULBOUS.hc aft cr ftate boiling. The fport bul'-bi-ting. n. f. a. Something bdl'-beg-ur. bulk'. take Magnitude. To box.and of the zodiack figns f. BUGLE. A part of fabrick. fellow. ftate of beinginfected with bugs. f. blunder. BULL-WORT. a fecurity. Bi(hops-weed. Of great fizeor ftature. big'-b5r. male The letter publifhed by the pope . bif -fl-l6. jefts. out. f.f. to body. of made partition bul-k!-nis. fion is The acrofs a or in water. horn. BUDGE.f. indecent refton. . ftore. an The Containingbulbs. f. f. blld'. bulls with baiting the A one black enemy of the twelve BULLBEATING. kind of wild bull '-fit.bred in ftinking old a frightful objecl. falfe terrour. bul'-lit.punwrought. builds. inoculate. bud-jur.a.quantity . be ufed for waift belts. A young bull. ture. bul-llfh'-un. V. BUILDING. an bll'-drng. BULL-WEED. BULK. BULLET. BULLOCK. BUFFETER.f. bdl'-luk. relling quar- BULLY. founder. buf BUFFET. Gold filver in or lum. V. BULLITION. A dog of bul'-dog. whofe f. ftir. To One He f. f. f. BUGLEHORN. biil'. A noify.f. n. bul'-rufti. bulb'. n.. bead of black glafs. form.the majority .f. BUDGE. BULKINESS. To n. BULRUSH. fenfe. BULKHEAD. BULGE. raillery. bug'-gy. f. BUDGET. military hif that bul-bi'-fhus. BUFFLEHEADED. U bll-dur. form. the depend on. buf-fjt'. f. BUG. the fifr. a. BUFFLE. -j!t. or \ to edifice. fellow ftupid A bal'-wurt. building jutting a to make low Dull. A man BUFFOON. grofs. BUGGY. Abounding with bugs. a f. A tice prac- fcurrilemirth. A fabrick. a. . The f. v. The f. of terrible. f. BUILT.a jackpudding.V. of bul jc. profef- and jefts that man antick a buffoon bug'. bluftering. bu'gl-horn. blld powerful. A plant. f. . M architciit. cattle. A fliining BUGLE. to be in the bloom.f. Stiff. BUD.formal. BULBACEOUS. f. bul'-Iyun. that ftirs.

bung'-hdle. To f. bur'-d!n-fum-n!s.ipc. ad. aclufter. Any low vulgarwof. f. A botch. The vilege pribur'-gur-ftilp. The awkward- to certain ncfs.to A cumber. A fort of gr. to BUNGHOLE. Bombard. interment . A fwelling. f. f. of An in the BUNT. f. any buntfh'-bakt. BUNGLER. ruftick. by night. bum'-pur.a. BURGOMASTER.a. f.f.-r6. bung'l. that buries. f. bung'-lur. kind of helmet. load. together . bunches of a of a A hard the clown. bur'. f. f. BURG. bump'-kln-ly. fomething birth . To makea loud noife.BUR O U B for any thingmean or ufed. A cheft of drawers. f. To BURDEN.f. bun'-tfhy. bur'-gS-maf-tur. bump'.a number thingbound into BUNCHBACKED. . One BUNN. Having BUMKINLY. any thingrolled up which bur'-dln. of bom-ba'rd. BURDENER. To perform v. of a burgher. ber'-yal.v.f. bu'-n'n. BURIER. Which BUOYANT. op- bur'-dln-fum. flopup.f. . Having biin'dl. f. a reprefentative corporate. Robbinga houfe BUNGLINGLY. One bur'-gur. a.a freeman of a city of a town . f. pear. refts. f. An aukward heavy bump'-kin. To tie in a bundle. To . bway'-"n-fy. fort of grape. f. protuberance. a. a. BUNDLE. The hole at the barrel is filled. To . f.BURGAGE. A ftopple BUNG. f. appearance buntlh'. BUMPKIN. To a. cities and BURGANET. fiftfull of prickles. citizen. troublefome. BUMBAST. To To in repeated biir'-dln-ur. quality floating. gravingtool. bumbailiff". cylindri.v. as bum-ba'-llf. f. uneafinefs. BUNGLE. is the meaneft that is kind. f. manner A bur'-din. the verfe BURDENSOMENESS. BURDELAIS. BURBOT. BUNG. f. BUOYANCY. bway v. buF. BUMPER. thingstied together. one employedin ar- f. A kind of fweet bread. who has right place.int. The PUNTER. on BUNCHY. clumfily. a city. BUNDLE. bur'-gla-ry. employed government bun'-tur. Growinginto bunches. name of bird. A bur'-jis. bur-de-la. ufelcfs. BUNGLE. The biin'-ting. f. To keepafloat. bu-ro. See DOCK. or BUNCH. f. grievous . BURDOCK. BUMP. BUOY. lump. Clumfily. a fong.f. in- loader. f. a knob. a. See BURROW. f.an bur'-dok. bur'-dln-us. Bombaft. in with intent to rob. Weight. v. bom-baft'. thing under earth . bwe f. a.f. att of burying. bung'l. BURDENOUS. A cup filled. the fepulture. BURLACE. bump'. A tied to floating. a will plant. for a barrel. To a BUOY. bung Grievous. BURDENSOxME. bung'-l!ng-Iy. f. BURIAL. A bur-ga-mot'. BURGESS. A tenure nage ma- clumfily. fpeciesof or bur'-g5-net' BURGONET.f. a. v.f. the zQ. n. load. A bur'-lafe. BURGLARY.v. A rough head of biir'-but. in this privileges or a that BURGHERSHIP. knot. BUMBARD. bunt. man. f. bwoy'-. the back. f. A bur'-g'dzh. low. a. f. He bcr'-ry-ur. bound fink. an proper towns. number A of things To a. pieceof cork or wood a weight. increafing cavity. A bad workman. BURGAMOT. a. BUREAU. BUR. BURGHER. a To BUMP. A corporatetown row. cally. f. BUNTING. of church placingany fervice for funerals. not a oppreflbur. bung'l. breaking bun'. Grievous. or awkwardly. in compofitlon. . bun'dl. BURDEN. A bailiffof BUMBAILIFF. To botch. bur'-ro. A A preffivc . or burBURGH. BURINE.to BUNGLE. f. bung'.

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v. v. objeded.to manner. than other plant. to to make prate. hall. wanton. A BUTTERY. of the cloaths is . To which introduces the particle . otherwife than. The when f. BUTCHER. a but -tris. buftling. Wantonncfs. He that buys. ufed of carved wood. The the button BUXOM. A bit'n. barbut'-tfher-ly. b'z'-zy.f. f. f. to part of the uprightpier. the head. A piece but'-tur-prlnt. buk'-fum. qualities BUTTOCK. by'-ur. BUT-END.. place where the appearance of butter. BUTTERBUMP. A BUTMENT. jolly. f. .f. unduous of milk. but'. An but'-tur. A bit'-tur-fly. barrel the cream by agitating from the whey. BUTTERMILK. not than . to f. The placeon which the mark BUTT. of wine. of containing BUXOMLY. whom upon ftance made the oil a BUTTRESS. A prop. that kills animals One one . no but'-cnd. BUTTONHOLE. whifpcr. but'. May. BUTLER. amoroufnefs. or but butter. foretooth. laid are pro^'i^lons BUTCHERLY. meddling. horfe. bat'-tfnir. by'. The trade biit'-tflie-ry. the pointat which is diredled but'-uk. earncfbief?. BUTCHERLINESS. butcherly barous. cruelty.f.v. to be (hot at is placed the . . A but'-tir-bimp.obfequious. hatcher. aftive. with but'-t3-rls. plant. not BUTTERWOIMAN. manage by money. near To bit'-tur-wurt. v. which jefts.f. company mark to fanicle. ^ fowl. of than . f. the or but-trls. nevertheJcfs but'-tur-bur. Wantonly. That break their f.v. A plant. tocloathj a .fantafticalpsrfon. but'-ta-r)'. bik'-fum-nis. To a. bdt'-tfher-ly-n's. the tail. BUTTERFLOWER. BUZ- a . cream but'-tur-tcitJi. a. .f. BUY. gay. Except. feparates BUTTER. BUTTON.f. Employedwith BUSY. BUTTERFLY. biz'-zy. buz'. prop. f. blunt end of any Th: beautiful inftrument of An foot of paringthe BUTTERTOOTH. only. arch which fcrvant where room up. The but'-te-ry.the of a blood is fhcd. a. loopin fupport. f. BUYER. f. To The faflen with buttons. one The bit'-tur-wiim-un. fub- Any but'n. To BUZZ. v. how- for. BUTCHER. bit'-tir. f. to acquire purchafe. kill. ad.nothingmore now. Having f.v.f. twenty-fix gallons roufly. noifc like bees . but'. a pur- chafer. flrike with To the part rump. yet. BUTTER. engage. caught. treat about a purchafe. a fyllogifm. otherwife if it were than for this not beit. minor the A but'-tur-flow-ur. endeavour whey butter is that fellsbutter. bud To but'-lir. BUTTERBUR. To the from fcparated made.BUT BUZ a. but'-man. bloody. employ. fteelufed in this been. Obedient. BUTCHERY. to incrcafe a. BUTTON. woman murder. . means however. BUTT. mtdblz'-zy-bod-y. till the or Ibkes every ijicbittourn.v. f. To a. not even. f. f. thing. a wall built a. f. BUTT. a a vellel. BUT. a. fupportanother Todrefs. conjuiift. . . BUTTERPRINT. the furnijfhing employedin table. than yet it may be . n. blood. To prop. A BUTTERY. f. to v. To n. throv/. BUSY. BUXOMNESS. To hum. BUTTERIS. To To BUY. that is longerago fell their Hcfh great broad that is bdt'-tfaur. delighted BUTTERWORT.amobuk'-fum-ly. by'. BUSYBODY. brifk lively. the hundred and man To oil with butter the to a. a. yellowflov/er of to dlins.f. A vain.had but A inf-cl.f. joinsit to f. murder. a but'-tur-mllk. BUTTRESS. To a. by . by paying price fmear. to a To knob but'n-h6le.

. by'. kab'-bldzh-wiirm. not Y W f. By-laws are by'-l. by -pdtti. room private BY-SPEECH. the it notes in.B of hawk. Weftward. Private by'-rcs-pekt'. at a fmall diftance . it is the folemn form of fwearing . ' G buz'-zird. E e a. To united in fome men n. the direft and A fpe- palm-tree. in prefence. kab'. CABAL. by'-flre't. before Kimfelf. by'-name. In a fhort time. Private walk.f. Somethingnot BY. A within. paffing ad. the main mediate im- road.ad. CABIN. cies of To kab'-bi'dzh. kab -bind. a cabin. BY-STANDER. BY-STREET.CABBAGE-WORM. CABAL. A chamber in a fliip . f. in clofe deflgns. by -vu'. meaning. or BY-RESPECT. by'-gon. obfcurc CAB Hebrew three ka-bal'. kib'-bldzh-tre. a ka-bal'. BY-PATH. . traditionsof the Hebrews.' bf-wa'k.Some- kab-a-lls'-tlk.f. not BY.f. f. by -rd m. f. f.it notes the Cdufe. . befide. a fecret A It notes for the than whifperer. kab'-a-l!ft."notmg time later . notingplacej view. notingfubftitution. BY-END. it is ufed in forms of obteftingj by proxy of. a buz'-zur. An by'-fp(i't{h. The of a term the to faying. fecret fcience of the body of defign . kib'-in-ct. path. BY-GONE. BY-WORD. live in To a. CABINET. that has an CABALLER. form kab'-bldzh. t ^y* J of A or degenerate blockhead. by -and-by'. it notes inftrument. by which any thingis performed. cottage. Near. a.' f.5 fmall a He intriguer. fecret a. An infea. CABALLISTICK. Belongingto A a cabin. the agent . BY. f. f. BY-CONCERNAIENT. CABALLISTICAL. BY-WEST. One /killedin the CABIN. of all others . . to. intrigue. A a. v. that engages CABINED. by'. binds. v. nickname. in prefence. CABALIST. v. a fmall fmall houfe. the difference between or two pared thingscomthe it notes the B f.f. f. confine in a cabin. BY-NAME. f. f. CABBAGE-TREE. BUZZER. fum Y A privateor obfcurc means than. . ftealin To cuttingclothes. CAB C"^AB. f. kab'-bin. f. A looker-on.^a. f.noting . fpecics mean K 7 prep. BUZZARD. Private intercllr. A f.kab-a-lis'-t!-kal. rabbins . f. An obfcure flreet. To n. one unconcerned. Private felf-intercflcd purpofe. BY-VIEW. an To room or kab -bin. v. by'-fUn-dur. privateand weft of. occult thing ka-b-il'-lur.i'. BY-LAW.way. end incidental or cafual fpeech. by'. BY-ROOM. near notingpafiage it notes the abfence proximity . kab'-bin. athahd. f. To CABIN. CABBAGE. by-weft'. BY-WAY. good of thofe that make the publicklaw orders made further them. at. befide. by. dunce. advantage.f. Hebrew clofe To A Pafl. the main bufinefs.f. fet of boxes or drawers . clofe intrigues. BY AND BY-WALK.as by affairwhich An is not by -end. ^ ingabout bf-wurd. the by"-k6n-fern'-ment.f. by'-wa'. f. CABBAGE.contain- pintsEnglifh. meafure. A plant.a A verb pro- reproach. obje6tof regard.

a thingof To corrupted. CADET. in wood. Such ka'-kek-fy. or footh. ka-lam'-i-tuf-nls. changesit into brafs. n. A kind of woollen fiuff. A CiESURA. To n. CACOCHYMICAL. f.a. CACKLER. . f.f.decline. vation CACOCHYMY. four CACHINNATION. kal-a-mank'-6. a CAG. A the fhellsare ufed alfo for inflruments a by tree for the negroes of mufick. ' 7 ka-k6-k!m'-y-kal. f. CACUMINATE. f. v. CACOCHYMICK. bad found of words. f. Fallingdown. found. CABLE. found ka-ku'-ml-nate. which A kind of foffile being mixed copper. f. ka'-tlf. a huckfler. kab"-in-et-ma'-kur. make of a To noifeas a fowl. harden as dough oven. of the humours wooden or cable knave. CALABASH of fpecies A cups. f. name Hatter.f. CADDIS. kal'-a-mint. to A Perfian veil a it is ufed for the noife of fometimes goofe. a fiiortfyllable after a CAFTAN.CAD C for curiofities. figurein poetry. To ka'ke. CACKEREL. CALAMINE. the vital and animal kak'l. of the humours. CALABASH. A fort pf pear. L A bituminous earth. CAJOLE. ka -dy. kal'-a-mine. CADGER. kept.f. .to giggle. diftempe.' privatemanner. fallof the voice the tone CADENT. f. A or kind Having a fwigsorwire. a. plant.f. barrel.wretched. ka-dav'-e-rus. f. A k. CADILLACK. birds ^' ka-ka-klm'-ik.f.f. ka'-dcnt. A flatterer. CALAMUS. voice of The k. The involved in Mifery. Having the ment.f. confulrations are which place in which in room private a . American f. foft. To . kal'-a-bafh.that cackles A j from a Hate. ka'de.ka-j6'-lur. CACKLE. dead carcafs. any drawers thingsof value hidden are CABINET-COUNCIL. of which the appearance inclofureof An are larger gourd.v. gar- {. caufc of f. ka-lam'-I-ty. a. ka'je. of a kind of a worm a. a kaf'-tan. CACHEXY. CALAMITOUSNESS. ka-jo-le-ry.as CADE. kak'l. a. k^'-dens.ftateoffink- CALAMITOUS. council held in A f. who of a expedtation by which to is faftened. mifery.CAGE.difirefs. A or f. Having ki-kek'-ty-kal. make fiiarp or pyramidal. Misfortune. CAKE. the diftrcfs. in which nutrition. villain. CADENCY. CADI. CACHECTICK. veflel. unhappy. ka-j6'le. a CABINET-MAKER. humours barrel fivegallons. Flattery. CAJOLER. A magiftrate among the Turks. To inclofe In ka -man. i ing. the flow of or periods verfes. as bon rib- cade lamb. ka-kln-na'-lhun. f. ka-dct'. A depraka'-k6-k!m-my. f. Tame. ' ku'bl.f. younger brother . kaje. A a kindof A To a cage. A fifh. any high. a fowl. CADENCE.f. complete foot a paufein X'erfe. CACOPHONY. .-ka-dil'-lak.to. a hinders as laughter. placefor wild beaftsj of t.a.ik'-lur.ipeor ka'de. f. and weakens To is made body. kab'-in-et-kou"n-s!l. v. Aloud kak'-e-rll. ki'-den-fy. CAJOLERY. To CAGE. Fall. A mean a defpiCAITIFF. v. in the f. the CALAMITY. fmall nice work that mnkes One brother youngeft held. form a CALAMANCO. CADE. To kag prifonfor petty malefadlors. CAKE. containing crocodile. a. CADAVEROUS. Miferable. v. la. A kad'-jur. The name with of a ka-lam'-!-tiis. laugh. ka-kek'-tlk. hen 'long . kid'-dis. grub. of . awheedler.f. .7f. fe-fu'-ra. f. TREE.V-k6-f6-ny. functions. . great rope of a fhip \ an illhabit f. goofeor a tatler. rature commilTion. CALAMINT. CACHECTICAL. delicate bread rather flat than ka'ke. The the anchor which ferves in f. . voluntier in the army. kal'-a-bafh-tr6". CACKLE. The CAIMAN. teltale. or .f.

a. heats. kal-e-fik'-tur-y. to revoke. tice. ka k. ty. kal'-ln-dur. reduced calx.yi''' .a. CALDRON. A pot. CALCULOUS. who CALCEDONIUS. To v. f. the months. A CALASH. ka-lafh. der pow- up. a kal'-y-vur. a. khUl-fik'-{hnn. To a. kal'-c-fy. CALICO. be heated. CALENTURE. of pleacarriage A A diflcmper they imaginethe fca climates. CALENDER. CALENDER. CALIF. A reckoning. Reckoning. f. L cloth.f. kettle. title affumed by ^A ". a. CALID. To call in. fcripture.compute. To n. To to pute. A handgun. flopthe f.a The afl beingheated. ka-ly-ga'-fliun. fweet-fcented wood. fitted fiioes. To CALL. . To a. a ka'l.il-kii-l6 fe. with ardours fcnfe. r. CALCINE. to fligmatize with fome opprobrious denomination . to convoke To name . n. f.a perfon be every amoiig the Remans. I a. f.grit- k. An dim. A CALCINATORY. 2 bering. A kind kil-ffi-do'-nyis.to bring into view . prcf-. v. f. or of manner kal'-!s. reckon. to in the call back. CALCULUS. to make put in action. That which thinghot.f. ka-lidzh'-y-nuf-n!s. invite. fort of reed A mentioned in fmall or To prefsin which kdl'-fa^-tld.l'-A-mus. kil'-ku-lus.kal'-sin-na-tir-y. to fummon fum'mon judicially . kal-y-k6. calx by heat. fcftivalson A and har- qutbufe. ka-kur. Such kdl-fy-na'-fhun.f. CALCULATORY. The firft day of kal'-m-ture. CALIDITY. " kal-kd-lus. com- bladder. f. ka'l. Hot. a heatingany thing. to ka-le'-biir. CALEFACTORY. " f. f. CALENDRER. holidays. puter. Indian fluffmade Darknefs. num- operation. v.C A L C k'.mufket.' CALIGATION. f. CALAMUS. f. CALCULOSE. The young of a cow. a. divine vocation A . fel ufed in calcination. I . CALL. To kal-si v. f. com- for any to proje(St adjuft. bore. CALCULATE. CALCULATOR. a liftor mufter-roll . Darkncfs. in hot to hot kal'-Indz. f. to refume money at intereft.heating. CALCEATED. among CALIGINOUS. a their cloth. CALENDAR. CALIGINOUSNESS. ka-lld'-di-t^. part of the leg. become of the barrel of a CALICE. of Shod. an old. CALIBER. To CALCINE. To call over. month of bodies management drefs clothitrs fmooth kul'-In-drur. an impulfcj . a the of cotton. The CALENDS. by fire. makes any meter dia- the Saracens.to infpire theological of piety to. CALCINATION. chymifcal reducible to A calenders.to appeal to publifh to excite. CALKER. -tiv. v.to a Ihort vifit. the gun. To v.kal-e-fak in the To boiler. kal'-kd-late. . f. f. f. to true religion .requifition . fireto . ki'l-drun. calculation.the art of the refult of arithmetical CALCULE. The ftone CALEFACTION. ye. vef- CALF. The leaks of workman a that fhip. burning. f. the leaks of To of to chalice. longing Bea. kal'-ku-la-tur. in which are ftateof marked. a. kal-ku-ia'-fhun. to The thick. ka-lidzh'-y-nus. f. powder. Stony.. to challenge. CALCULATION. To a cup. vocal fummons addrefs. to read aloud call our. of the regifter ftated times.as fenders them pulverization. To or . CALK. bulbous plump.v.t a. ka'f. f. To a. kdl"-ku-la-tur'-y. preciousfione. prac- homet A kal'-kule. furc. Ths. to invoke. flops fhip.r.or fubilance eafily a burn to in the burn to kil-si'ne. f. CALIVER. CALEFY. f. to proclaim. ne. grow hoi. f. certain end. Obfcure. the CALEFACTIVE.wherein green fields. Heat. \ CALIPH. with kal'-In-dir.'r S fucceffors ^^^ of Ma'H. which A cloudincfs. as kal'-In-dur. kAl-Id.

kal'-trops. Slanderka -lum'-nyus. kal'-um-ny. CALVE. A kam'-er-a-t!d. m. ka-lum'-nyate. CALM. objects kum'-rade. A ftone with vaa.re- CAMELOT.. . ad. vocation. demand. a To v. mildnefs. is prefentedinverted. ftillnefs Serenity. Compafleswith CALLIPERS. feTranquillity. renity .but an '"" pofe. Slander.. unnifHed. violence . f. a. CAAIISATED.. induration of An broken the bones united. CALUMNIOUS.r^^^-''^-^- of words reprefentaiiou or actions. ka k. has the An kind A made originally kam'-e-ra-Db-fkd"-rL opticalmachine CAMERADE. . To ufed by now in darkened a lightcoming onlythrough are reoppofite glafs. beaft of burden. perfon or ''" of filk and mixture made kam-nis. fvvelling kil'-liis. without pain. or coif.Vme. f. A fmall bud of a plant. a.or f. To f. of accufation. of the fibres .undilturbed. . A kam taller than To of preterite The kam'-!l. v. ^ f. CALM. made double fluff of Mercuryfix times fublimed. gick. ka'm. CALLOUSNESS.C CAM L A command impulfe. f. call birds . f. f.. cut arch-wife. petty rcftharrow. An herb. a f. to pacify. CALUMNIATION. religion. on attack made occafion they put their fliirtsoutward. ^ ^^'"""CALLET. CALYCLE. CAMP. the ground. inflrrument fo that which fpikes. employment. falfely f. CALUMNIATOR. not wool and filk. a plantmentioned of tribulus. perfonsunited by the fame employmentor profeflion J divine vacation. kal-l6s'-s!-ty. klm'-bur. ing a. ka m-ly. CAME. v. Hardened. of quality ever A cap f. the hard fubftance by which are nature. CAMLET. kdl'-lus. To falfe . kal-ling. kal'-ly-perz. ka-l6t'. f. which dark. CALX. trade . bofom panion. ing A vault- arching. Without ftorms. CAMMOCK. .to appeafe. Vocation.naked. I camels OBSCURA. from kal'-6-mel. or kam'-muk. charge. chamber. ferenc. quiet.f. To ka'm. CAMISADO. infenfible. in Virgil's Gcorupright . ftill. CALMNESS. a. paflions. CALTROPS.under the name To hair. has the power CALMLY. clafs of forger ous.one of them ka'v.want- CALLOW. f. a. An kam-y-fa'-do.f. authority. CALORiFICK. points bringforth a calf. or An fpokei. . which ka m-ur. to a calling. by formed kir'-lcj. kalk's. a flanderer. f. kai-6-r!f'-Ik. kil'-luf-ms. a. CAMEL.a. Quiet. -e-l6-pard. A kind of finelinen. kam'-l!t.f. elephant. A pieceof timber CAMBER. without of thing givingquiet. kam'-brik. CALOTTE. rious CALLOUS. ka-ma'-yo. and reprefentations fiffiires CALLING. or employment. kal'-ikl. f. kind of f.. Any thingrendered reducible bowed thanks. featlicrs. quietly. with thcfiiirt outward. claim inrtrument an . three with it falls to That which producingheat. and malicious .freedom CALOMEL. f. CALLUS. a.f. with CAMERA f. fo a 5 f- mal ani- An fo thick. CALLAT. CAMELOPARD.7 / . ( a . f. infenfibility. A to powderby burning. f. fibres. f.f. it that the convex CAMERATED. com- way fo- CAMERATION. A ka-lum-nyi'-fhun. Unfledged.See CAMELOT. CAMAIEU.of J a cow. CALLOSITY. falfe CALU. profefllon. A ka-lum'-nya-tur. CAMBRICK. proper ftation. a. Dreffed kam'-y-fi-tld. The to quiet. whin. CALMER. CALUMNIATE.. come. n. nomination. Induration of landikiiss.ViNY. pafTion. flander. in the Arched. " S CAMLET. kam-er-a'-fhun. CALM.invitation to the true reproachful.

CANAL-COAL. CANDLE general. kan'-did-ms. CANDID. CANALICULATED. CANDIDNESS. v. CANCER.tallow. n. a.to make Sweet-willow. lightmade kandl-ho'l-dur.f.^n'-dl-fy. A it exprelles the potential mood. To kan'-fe-ruf-nls. water made water A white.an A v. a a f.to genuous. of paniform. CANCEL.f. kand'l-mus. The CANAILLE. kan'-dik. a. ingenu- oufly. Made Hot. CAiMPHIRE. f. of A a. nated Impreg- To kan'-d!-det. ground. kamp'.f. An exCANARY-BIRD. that folicitcs advancement. palTage throughwhich body How. ing grow- kan'-fa-rus. f. 'f. A time for which any flowers. a. of or candle.f. f. CAMPANULATE. kam'-fd-rate. CAMPHIRE. kan-fe-ra'-fhun. WASTER. CAN. have power able. any courfe of I as of any of the in by art of juices . f. a CANCEROUSNESS.CAN CAN kamp'. form into To confervc with congelations. by a CANCERATION. kim-p:in'-u-Iate.which of the purification celebrated formerly with many in lights churches. Wine brought from the Canaries. f. v. the barred. CAMPION. He The light feaft of The BlelTed Virgin. CAMP. white. CANDLELIGHT. when To CANDY. F f Ty . open. kan -sll. n.ows in rivers. The cancerous. fummer of flax that holds candles. A cancerous. CANDLESTUFF.f. CANDIDLY. kind of refin produced chymicalprocefsfrom a the being kan'-krine. A bafon CANAL. can loweft ken'-ml-kol. k. ingenuoufncfs. a To a. cup. term orJcr of tents.v. pipeor gutter. kan'-fc-ratc. CANDIFY. kand'l-ft!k.a. kan'-dy. a. f. ka-na'l. kam-pan. CANDLE. a of A an crabfilh. competitor.opennefsof temper. ka-nal'. kan'-dy-kant. in- ad.f. do it. CANDENT. The ment inftru- CANDOCK. The kam'-fyr-trl. k. CANCELLATED. A kan'-dur. CAMPHORATE. Growing kan'-did. f. finging . Crofs- kan-fel-la'-fliun. kan'. CAMPAIGN. . f. kan'-did-ly. a of like Ingenuouf- v. kand'l. f. kandl-wa'f-tur. tem- mind. A kdm'-f^T. CAMPESTRAL. out expungingor wipiajj kan'-fur. fack. fair. fugar. n.Growing a. CANDLESTICK. f. To keepsthe ufed of a To placed To large. the A fine kind kan-a-l!k'-u-la-tld. Cama. f. Gweetncfs of purityof fignof or fwelling. to To that holds the candle. ftateof in fields.furrounding of coal. CANCRINE. Having the camphire tree. one plant. fijlftice . CANARY. camphire is extrafted. To kan'-dcnt. people. A CANDLEHOLDER. cellent ka-n^'-ry-burd. CANCEROUS. klnd'l-ber-ry-tre kand'l-lite. efface. tree with kam'-pyun. the a. f. CANCERATE. the virulent CANDOUR.f. a. which rulence HavingUie vi- cancer.f. ka-na-ry. foJiC.f.open. To be- cancer. a.which in the are (hapeof kam-pes'-tral. To be White. CANDICANT. v. CAN. tents. the CAIvIPANIFORM. fpendthrift. to per.a. . obliterate in ting crofs a wri- was wax or cotton. f. kand'l-ftuf. armies by CAMP. field. a wick tallow. come lodgein f. kan'-fel-la-tld. bird. level tract of army The theykeep the field. kam-pan'-ny-firm. CANCELLATION. Fairly. . a CANDIDATE.Greafe. from camphire. f. bell. A weed that ^-. CANDLEBERRY-TREE. nefs. f. garden.f. CANDLEMAS. An inftrument. lities qua- crab.

play the the the hand. v. kan'-tur. ritual. a. n. kan'-na-bme. Mufical. cor- To a"l of corrode . with cover A dialeft corrupt a form of kant'. a. to attack v. great guns . canopy. cathedral churches . CANNONIER. To kan'-ni-purz.CAN CAN kaii'-dy. -ta. declaring CANONSHIP.ges the CANNOT. f. gun Callipers. to CANKERBIT.n. up. CANKER. kank'-kur.f. rega- . which Hempen. of beingcanonical. jargon a ticular par- kant'. v. of Can and Not. balk batter with kan CANOPY. To talk In the particular profefiions . ne.benefice kan'-un-lhip. de. the yields plantwhich To kind of A ka'ne. . to f. pollute.o The A kan'-6-py. A -nun. flies. deftroys a preys flythat preys upon thingthat corrupts -kur.a. to kank'-ur-blt. A law. ka CANE. a canon. ftick. CANDY. than can larger I kan-nun-fti6t'. a barbarous to gon jarwhiningpretenfion goodnefs . fmill veflelin which and baftet . a beat with a the cular cane ka-nlk'-u-Iar.fixed by ecclefiaflicallaws. Te the . According canon lar. CANNON-SHOT. A hypocrite . part.f. a faint. CANISTER. a ka-no'-rus. quality kan'-no-nlft. kan are A v. ad. CANTATION. CANONICALLY. To kan v. law made by ectlefiafticalcouncils . gealed. beggarsand vagabonds. collegiate or a. a great guns. an the Having dog.f. fong. upon.tuneful.a law. faint. f. CAN- . cannibal. with ad. To auSion. to fpeakwith n. CAi\OE. To cannon. lance.ka-n6n'-y-kal-nis. Bitten tooth. CANONIZATION. kan-ta'-fhun. . of profefTor f. engineer be unable. fmall A A fruits . An eGclefii aftical. v. . fugar. -6-py. A or fling away. kan'-6n. To tofs f. a CANKER. CANINE. f. kan-ta a. in fome -no-nize. canon The v. CANONIZE. coveringfpread tone. \ I A boat made tingthe trunk by of a cuttree hollow vefTel. The CANONICALNESS. fruits . kant'. CANONIST. To a. to the agreeable manner difeafe in trees. the head. To of kan-n6-n^'r.f. kan a one CANONRY. kan-n6-na clare de- church. To n. that worm humour eatingor corroding to the canon conftituting ecclefiaflical. arced. -ny-bal. tries. a. f.ufcd CANTHUS. kan'-6-nes. CANT. cannon. envenomed CANNIBAL. fpiri- ka-ni'ne. ad. infedt. con- grow largefort a of printing letter. CANONESS. CANTER. kan'-ttlis.f. CANOROUS. To To v. To f. The L To a. kan-on'-y-kal.f. a. CANNABINE. v. over CANT. grow rupt. CANE. any To a. kan'-6-pyd. the the great rule j or Scripture. -not. kan'-un-ry. CANT. fhot from cathedral CANOPY. the to In livingafter the women dog-ftar. popifhcounexample of fe- canons. In kan'-ny-bal-ly. any To . CANTATA. or that manr. Spanilh k. a CANNON. kank confumes or the . an corrupt.a. raife blillers. or a ftrongreed books a of Holy in dignitary CANTHARIDES.f.f.5 a CANON.f. Belongingto of a kan'-If-tur. CANOPIED. A rule. v acl of The finging. . man-eater.. f. v. of manner be managed by CANNON-BALL. f. Covered canopy. kan'^un-ba'l. a fliort gallop. To n. The corner of the eye. kan-n6-ny-za'-fhun. kan CANNIBALLY. CANICULAR. .flated.1 f. In ka-non'-y-kal-ly.7 in. CANOA. 7 CANNONADE. CANNIPERS. properties thingis laid any kank'-kur.in-tfiar'-y-dcz. with ufed by fpeaking peculiar to fome certain clafs or body of men . f. virulence corrofion. CANONICAL. CANKER.

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bondage. a takingone CAPTIVE. the fate of war. hark. f. terms. ki-p5-nyer.to prifoncr. ad. littleparapet. kar-bo-na'-do. The CAPTION. f. A fmall carriage of burden. fpotted. A galleon. A female CAPUCHIN. certain war. like in chief of war prize. 7 . k^-prl's. or " CAPTOR. . of a captain . CAPONNIERE. A cylinder up any great weight. The kap'-tfliur. a. infidious. to bring into bondage. CAPTIVATION. or CARRACK. CAPTAINSHIP. He kap'-tur. Whim- fically. fervitude. ka-prlfh'-us. f. poftof power CAR. CARAVAN.f. A br. figns zodiack. of catching favour. k:'ip'-fliuf-ly. kA-prifli'-i'if-l^'. ka-p6t'. to of covered party wins one the game f. S or in a box. made. ka-prlfh'-uf-nis. A fhipof large A f.a manner gold. CARABINE. enfiiarina.f.fuch as horfes make in one and the eager by beauty. kar-bunk-il-la -fliun. ad. all the tricks of cards of fanciful. an rank prifoner.f. kap'-fu-la-tld. CAPSULATED. a. f. of reception travellers. in prifoner f. ka'r-bunkl. the commander of a commander generalor in of a commander f. peevifhnefs. the a taken in Made f. CAPITULATION.to or in the troop or body A f. CARBUNCULATION. CAPRICIOUSNESS. CARAT. or kar'-a-wd. CARAWAY. houfe built for the chief commander. yield. The kip'-tin-ry. Stipulations. tree. kar-bo-na'-do. CaptainGe- company aft of vers le- CAPSULARY. kap -tlv. kap-t!-vu-mun. a plaice ment. four of merchants acrofb. of taking any perfon. of a confifting a f. A with lodgment. Inclofed.. f. One kap'-tiv. a.v. bur- kar'-a-van. charmed CAPTIVE. place. A a. To hack. piquet. Whimfical. Inclination kap'-fhuf-nis. f. one . CAPTIOUSNESS. light weight of grains. in capuchin monks. Freak. Humour. kap'-ry-ole. kar-bl-nrr.CAR CAP thingin draw up any or furrender heads certain on or articles. f.ka-pe'-v^'-tre. ka'r-bunkld.i a cheft. The kap-ta'-lhun. or Set with deformed with pimples. tice prac- war. kar'-ak. conditions. / C . Meat cut be broikd. CARBINE. a ka'r. the condition or CAPTATION. to To f. f. CARACT. kap'-fliun. kap'-pry-kcrn. advancingforward.f.whim. llipulations. ' CARBUNCLE. One of the CAPRICORN. f. f. flavery. chariot the finenefs of expreffing diflrid. CAPTIVITY. take captive. CARBINIER. a. army. . CAPSTAN. carbuncles. CARBONADO. CAPRICIOUS. CARBONADO. ka-pit-vi-la-ftiun. a Is when at To fubdue. kap'-fii-ldr-y. v. kar-bunk'-^-lur. over pollof aft fmall fort of fire-arms. CAPSULATE. CAPRICE. The . CAPTIOUS. objeft . CAPON. CAPTAINRY. f. kap'-tin. to inclination to fort of den. fame kap'-tl-vate.mxm TREE. CAPIVI f. wind kap'-fil-Ur. 7 a. CAPOT. fancy. with k^p'-Mn. CARBUNCLED. Capriolesare leaps.without the chief or The f.the chieftainflilp. a prize..f. The ka}i'-t!n-{h!p. CAPTIVATE. a. {hip. or horfeman. neral. kap-d-fhi'n. CAPSULAR. by CAPTURE. CAPRICIOUSLY. Subjedlion kap-t!v'-i-ty. ka'pn. f. takingany thing. kap'-fd-late. regiment. To f. whimficalnefs. ^ t kap'-fhus. A caftratcd cock. o f the the winter folftice. cut A of pilgrims. 6 obje6l.encompaffed f. to an like a carbimclc. gar- hood. Red CARBUNCULAR. 7 Hollow a.f. obiecl. k^r-a-van'-fa-ry. a. Given to cavils. A chief commander CAPTAIN. CAPRIOLE. A plant. red A jewelHiining fpot pimple. ad kd'r-bine. f.f. f."With CAPTIOUSLY. that takes cloak and imitation of the drefs of CARAVANSARY.to charm..

f. ka'r-dy-ak. CARGO. comb ka'r-di-mum. Anxious. at ka'r-di'-a-kal. provident. CARELESNESS. a. CAREER. f. To be careful. courfe of adion. f. CARLINGS. A fort of pear. act of endearment. ka Cordial.timbers ka'r-mc-lrte. rank of cardinal. cautious . ka'rc-ful-ly. regard. negligent.. ka'-ryus.a To caulk. which on a heedfully. A THISTLE. One CARIOUS. cards. A by. f. without kind a gunnery. CARCELAGE.f. the completionor ornament the . infenfible perfpiration. havock Slaughter. a. To CARMINE. The is f.U.to be n. fwift motion To CAREER. red or mote pro- run " Belong- carminatives. Care. jewels. f. . f. full whi-h fpeed. licitous. CARCANET. A dead bodyof main parts. cold. A CARDMATCH. f. CARMINATIVE. ki'r-di-n. CARESS. are kar-min'-a-t!v. which note interlined fhould fomething be fhews where read. C-. or be anxious.f. CARDINALATE. CARK. Carminatives fuch wind thingsas difpel and r.Vrc-lIs-n!s. CARLE. ka'-ryez. pointsof the compafsare maiked To care CARELESLY. motion. ka-res'. CAREEN. Negligently.v.CAR bladingof Ths f. CAR buds young heat by or CAREFUL.f.to (lop ground oA race . n. Rotten. chief. unconcerned medicinal To feed. heapsof flefh. churl. CARLINE of love. CARDINAL. playsmuch One that cards woo! . . Vigilance. i office kaV-dl-nal-fhlp. moved un- at. it is to drive aftlcled with. f. objeft ka're. CARDER. lefs. a made by dippinga pieceof phur . CARD. f. ad.to be be anxious or difpofed . f. ka f. a. with- heedfolicitude.f. In ka'r-lingz. i. Principal. wool. k. that fhcws in of bomb. . endear.unmindful. that one . a . The lading of a fhip. governors CARDINALSHIP. The ka'r-dy-na-l". diligent.. ka'rd-matfli. kar'-fe-l!dzh. To a. with leaks.undifturbed kird. kar-y-6s'-i-ty. ka-res'. the To of care. needle In ad.concern . ka'rk. To inclined. CARECRAZED. v. Prifon fees.a. A paper the paper ka're-fdl-nis.a. CARE. to lojiging run fhip. anxiety. having tJie qualityof invigorating. CARELESS. and ka'r-man. concern CAREFULLY. care ka'rl. 7 f. re. mal ani- an decayedparts of any thing. To race ka-re'n. anxiety. CARDINAL. a.^rof A chain ka r-kas. with fwift kar-min'-a-t!v. CARIES. watchfully. CARMINATIVE. cheerful. ka'rk. Heedlefnefs^ inattention. . CARD. f.to CARK. to fobe ka'rc-krazd.brutal man. one a aft. n. CARCASS. . CARMELITE.a. f. CARIOSITY. CARDAMOM. unconcerned. a a match card in melted ful- party at cards. CARESS. charge. A -ret. of the order of white friars. a lyingfore folicitude. Rottcnnefs. CARET. i An f. watchful. Solicitude. fervation . caution. fullof ki'r-ka-nct.heed in order to pre- CARE. A CARMAN. the feveral under the . is combed. To a. G g CAR- . ka'r-line-tliis'l. ka r-minc. A crimfon CARNAGE. and of the chief of the church. v. powderof a bright colour. ka re-lls. ka'r-go. ka'r-nidzh. courfe.f. ka'r-dur. Rottennefs. as a. l.t. ufed in games. ka're-lif-I^. v. wool Without out care. CAREFULNESS. ka'rd. ka-re man ment employ- whofe cars. up Broken A plant. ka'r-dJ-nal. paintedwith figures. ka-rc'r. and rude. felicitous. v. heedlefsly. f. v. To a. CARDIACK. to fondle. f.f. i CARDIACAL.f. f. " col- or karc-ful. the inftrument with which riner's ma- manner caution.

for coarfe riage. CARNALNESS.as dogs.v. CARNOSITY. countries popifli is carried cannon fomething. f. cenforioufly. bear. To food. the in which vehicle . kar-nal'-I-ty. which a CARNIFY. upon behaviour. A blank be filled up with fuch con- dition . laft. To To trade of f. have To a. V. CARROT. luftful. ka'r-ny-fy. groffnefs CARNALLY. fpiritually. CARNA'LITY. to by force . v. carpenter.f. Fleflily. he monly com- minals cri- execution. To cenfure.conduft. . To CART. Rednefs kar'-rit-y-n!s. to fing. are (^ARPENTRY. ka'rt. part. CAROL. to carcafe of fomething name To quaff. ka'rt. a . CARPINGLY. A ka'r-pir. kar-na'-fliun. to To a. to to conduit.a. of carrying management.a. to ka-rou'z. of the natural flefhcolour. lecherous.a wood. one.to cavil.a. convey from thing.f. eating. A precious kar-ne'-lyun. a. f. Spokenof warble.f. ka -rob. kar-nlv'-vo-rus. to port bringforward . f. CART-LOAD. CARNELION. to help to the carry through. be fitfor food. which CARTE fidcration. A cart. carriage may conveniently BLANCHE. lebrate. for with Howers. kar-nal-nls. To v. CARRION. CARRIAGE. be of any flefhfo .to fupport carry well. The name CARNATION. To fprcadwith horfe is faidto A arched. ka-rou'z. To a. when drinker. n. To carry To cany on. vehicle. A pond fifli. expofeina To n. cenCaptious. f. kaV-pm-tur.a. ka'rt. To carries goods. a a cart paper to ka'rt-bldntfh. fongof A Flefhy. arife out who of hair. CARNAL. woman CARROTINESS.v. not fpiritual CARPING. CARNEOUS. not the flefli. a. ka'rp. coveringof CARPET. one . CARPER. f. f.ground variegated the carpet. on reproach kar'-ry. is his neck CART-HORSE. kar'-ut-y. ka'r-nal.f. holds his head CAROUSE. kar'-ridzh.to kill. . A To n. ufc carts ka'rt-horfe. To not CARRION.f. to A To any ous vari- to a high. v.v. According to ka'r-nal-ly. a meffenger not before Lent. ka'r-pur. f. of mind. A way through travel. fpecies whofe f. To CARP. To CARNIVAL. The ka'r-p!n-try. thingpiledon load a CARTWAY. a. fetch and to forward aorta. ka'r-pit. V. a . CAR R (2 A paper. to kar-ryun. f. feaftheld in for " as Flcfh- f. CAROUSER. kar'-ry. carcafTes. v. CAROTID. . kar'-ry-ur. The ka'r-ny-val. breed flefh. f.a. to ka'rt-lod.to Two trunk afcending ka-rou'-zal. drink. is to be the of confubjecl CARPET. forious.f. ftone. about red hair. kar'-rul. v. ki'r-p'ng. n.the frame or CARRIER. k:\'r-nus. arteries which of the ka-rou'-zur. CAROB. kar'-rut. CAROL. f. devotion.y. A fong of joyand kar'-rul. An artificer CARPENTER. ka'r-ne-us. convey behave. place. effc"Sl: any A drink. f. Flefhly exkar-nos'-sy-ty. CAROL. n. to imbring. CARNOUS. ka'r-p!ng-!y. The kar'-ryun. Cantiouf. ad. ce- . colours. To corrupted a.v. f. aa The tranfporting . a A quantityof fufficient quantity cart. CARRY. of the CAROUSE. ka'rt-wa. wieldyhorfe. ka'rp. FleQily luft. to promote. CARNIVOROUS. toper. CARP. to off. plant. kar'-rul.f.f. carpets. to imply. A caviller. f. Relating CARRY. crefcencc. To To a.and ufed wheel-carriage. fcftival. luggage carried to CART. To proper for worthlefs a One trade is to carry of pigeons. n. CART. Flefliy. ka-rot'-id. in f. car- un. a a CARROTY. Garden root. ad. ultation ex- praife. Carnality. CAROUSAL.

CARTWRIGHT. contingence . ka'fe. makes wheel. CASEWORM. by part. To track made kejit. CARTOUCH. mind. A kaf-{he'r. A place where ka'r-tu-ld-ry.v. ka'rt-rit. kar-ty-ladzh'-i-nus.f.f. A jewels.fofter than bone. f. mortar. rv. Condition with regardto or leannefs. Shepherd's pouch.f. The drives who man folid body. circumftances . Money. A large kds'-fli6-wa-ry. ka'r-tur. f. CARTULARY.to poft. affairs. cuts A he fculptor. of a cut v. that choofes for himfelf. itfelfa cafe. of cartilages.\r'-ti-l!dzh. a a writingcontaining CASE. habit a i . bird of ka'fe-nife.f. CASE. carved. CASSADA. . that f. to perform at co* the CASH. reprefcntalion of any queftion or ftateof body. He ka-fhe'r. f. fculptor . CASSATE. wood. to k:Vfe-mate. ver as a Confining . cafe of wood A balls. ka'r-ving. and ligament. f.f. to cover CARTOON. To vacate. co- . armour A kas'-kit. a.v. the outer part of A a a box. a covering. he up the meat of vault the money. CARTILAGINOUS. difmifs from n. CASQUE. 7 kar-ty-la-jf-nyus. f. a fhcath . kar-tel f. A f. A fmooth CARTILAGE. bottom.!^^'-^'''^^^. ka'rt-rut. kas'-wcd. CASSATION. A clofe garment. CASilEWNUT. fmall box invalidate. expeditionin A cafe papers are ka'rv. f. A a cataracl. own ka To a. To . buildingunfur- nifTied. To window f. f. v. CARTER. f. the table . A CARVE. ing open- head. the or To table the ofEce kd'r-vur. of carts. in phyfick. but harder a than upon kar-to'n. CASEHARDEN.f. f. k:'fli f. upon f. at the table . for the helmet. CASHIER. houfe . flipulations. CASE-KNIFE. cafe or a ftripoff hinges. CASSIA. cart to for the greater The on CASEMENT. barrel. kafK'. kas'-suk. _$ To CASE. harden three inches thick at the of nouns ing draw- largepaper. CASKET. readymoney. a ku'fc.f. f. To health . CARTRUT. fmall A rance protube- of flefh. f. that money. wa- ter-fali. A man CASH-KEEPER.[ paperorparchment In j the outfide.if arch of ftone woik.f. CASEMATE. a ufed gunpowder. condition with regard cart. knife. queftion it fliouldhappen. CASSIOWARY. Sculpture. to k. v. holding It is firedout or CARTRAGE. to engrave . A CASK. kaf-kade. kind A ka'fe-wurm.ftateof the body . BulletsinclofcJ CASE-SHOT. fupplying CARVER. vering. An American plant. prey. ftone . ftateof things .5 kas -fhya. CARTEL. by Mofcs. trufted with exercife the trade To a. To difcard. CASSAVI. f. kaflc'. of the company. CARVING. figures kar'-iinkl. CASHIER. f. a.f. ward out- to particular or perfons relating things . or CARTRIDGE.CAS ditions the as CAS it is fcnt thinks whom perfonto in proper. A ka'fe-fliot.v. to cut chufe one's CARVE. a en- A tree. A or painting To kar-to'tfli. to kaf-n\'-fliun. ' CASCADE. the variation of or CARTILAGINEOUS. CASSOCK. or A largekitchen- or chart kas'-fike. that has chargeof a. fmall C . A fweet fpiccmentioned f. ka ze-ment. of chargingguns. cafe.f. To a. A making null void. 1 kds'-fa-da. filled with cafe. f. CASSWEED.f. put in cafe . ka-flio-nut. grub for To CARUNCLE. f. at meat maker ka'fe-hardn. kafli'-ke-pur. ka'fc. kas -sa-vy.

ad. CASTOREUM. a. a^ of mould. to moult longer. f. A gelding. to punifli. to kasl.a. ftroke.to difcard. CASTER. CASTLE wreftling . The a a to thoughtsto . '''"'"-^ S by cafting CASTREL. he that that calculates fortunes. a. from .f. correction . kat-a-ni'ne-talz. kaf-tren'-flian. to no To a. without defign. f. Pua. to throw net a let fall. f. The f. CASUALLY. without air. kaz'-u-al. alnefs. ing Belong- camp. A fort of mice.or lots. A kaf-ti'l-f6p. macy. f. overweigh. a fcience of cafaift. kaz'-u-lft. hand to . TAILS. of the eye. kas'-tratc. CATACHRESTICAL. with a from A kas'-tlng-net.f. form . a CASUAL^-Y. the mind caft down. chaf- to chaften. tife. nerate mean or dege- kind of hawk. kat'. To CASTIGATE. prepon- L SOAP. CAT. A nine laflres.'-u-al-t^. out eye. f. v. kaz. pharbagsor purfes. calculator. which Small fliellsof dancers rattle in their hands. to behind leave up. CASUAL.projeflis in the contrive. a. a exterior appearance of hawks. trope. An kkft'-llng. Accidentkaz'-u-. taken forhis caftor. to melting throw . net to their native by hand to catch fifli. kas"-ti-ga-tur'-y. motion f. To . to f. be thrown into the water 4 f. CAST. difcipline puniftimcnt.or hard wood. One fettles cafes of confcience. kas'-tur. to away.mien . throw dice. throw- or cafting . a. cafts .CAT CAS To kail'. matter liquid the near reality. . The kaz'-u-If-try. CATACHRESIS. CAT. Caftlcs kas'ld. a diredl the houfe fortified. f. f. CASTRATE. lay to . kaz'-u-al-y. CASUISTICAL. to caft To The encamping. of tefticlcs. model. tofhed. a flight CASUALNESS. to with in throw to to to to as to fnare . to the noxious . . when to CASTING-NET. CASTRENSIAN. CASTAWAY. . Accident. ing. to compute.to plan to parts in mould a call away. CASTELLAIN. by overbalancing . to fit to be worn a s afide.f. CATRATION. dejeft. a . emend- whip nitive.to chance. a. or tendencyto any colour. ivory. kas'-tJ-net. to to kaft'.f. f. To . of the anus kind Furniflied with c. touch a of dice derate. that ftudies and kaz-u-is'-tl-kal.to difburden of doors out a . compute. a aft of ftateof any . beaver. CASTERIL. kaft'. kas-to'-ryum. to wafte in to vent.farfetched. of form. CAST. calculate . CAT kaf-tl-gl'-ftiun. to To fpeak.il-nls. Penance. form out grow abortive. thingcaft or In inclofed in CASTRAMETATION. . fix the . contrive. ation. Forced. kat-a-kres'-ty-kal CAT- . A domeftick animal that catches kat'. n. manner. thinghappeningby kaft'-a-wa. the fhip. to calculate . air. CASTIGATION. falfely of practice art or ") a To geld. turn thrown to a . A C f. {hade. to ruin make CASTLE. a man a A thrower.a.V. chance. CASTANET. CASTOR. CASTLING. f. To A f. Relating cafes of confcience. kaf-tel-len. Accidentally.f. deprefs . the throw a k^f-tra-mc-ta'-fliun. Conftable of a caftle. from the caftof dice form. CASUIST. To one's felf. abandoned f. decide form to or a race . throw Accidental. to turn the or . Theabufe the words are too . or throw ufelefs leave behind in weather. caft out.f. of CASTIGATORY.v. warp. A or perfonloft. O' NINE kat-a-kri'-sls. as a fignification far wreftcd tiful voice beau- car. CASTLED. play. to vomit. by providence.arifing chance. kas'-tiir. kas'-tl-gate. CASUISTRY. to fhipwreck . drive by violence of to reckon. v/ritlng. To to caftoff.iftlcs. to admit of CAST. the obfcene parts of take away to kaf-tra-fhun. To v. profufion . to To to foap.

any contagion or katfh'. . C. which is repeated at the top of the next page. a. kat'-a-puU. to pleafe.f. To feizing . to ka-tur. a rank. nal event terrogate. intangle ihe fuddenly . of and queflions fifting ftones. Relating CATENARIAN. f. An engineufed . f. to receive. f. CATEGORY. under ad. To of Chriftianity. A TAPHRACT. The ka'-tur.. katfli'. that catches . bumbailifi^. condemn plays. To CATCH. the difciL- which fcizeth hiin. cciTionJ watch. regular connexion.predicament. cavities for the burial of tlie dead.rce - katfli-ur. whjrein mains the patientis in the fame fenfe. . buy CATER.TARRHAL. kat'-a-plazm.-"rit. from a catarrh. to charm.to feize the afFeClions. CATECHETICAL. a ferjeant.'.-ra- . TCAL. CATCH. To providefood. C of feizing vantage pofture . f. '- He any thingis caught. kat'-e-natc. f. kat-e-na'-fliun. fhort interval of 'adion . to fiizc. to queftion . fnare. eye a The the laft line. \TALOGUE.iTARRHOUS. Idt Ih-fly. f.f. f. fight.v. CATER. CATCHWORD.as a flight contagion . ftrudlion by means of quellions and anfwers. f. at completearmour.7 L. pofitive. To dif- eafe. A plant. v. CATARACT. faften fuddenlyupon.ikt. One who CATECHUMENICAL. kat-e-ket'-y-kal. n. taking quickly . kdt-a-lep'-sis. ' kat'-e-ki-zir. and queftion of to ka-tar'. kut'-e-klzm. kat-l-gor'-I-kil. / CATCHER. kat'-kal. fome- throat. proceeding ka-tas'-tro-fa. A form of infliarp CATECHISM. anfwcrs. to a chain. . n. layhold on to thingflying. a. CATECHISE. kat-a-ket'-y-kil-y. f. kat'fli-wurd. be fpreadinfedtion. of the page CATECHETICALLY. glands about To a. that in which a lift. fr. CATALEPSIS.f. on An the of corner ftruct by high. a taint-. an order of ideas. CATCH. an adthe thingcaught. a finalevent. an CATACLYSM. f.CAT GAT kut'-a-Idlzm. contagious.TAPULT. kat-e-gor'-lk-al-y. A deluge. Pofitively.The TASTROPHE. \ ka-tar'-rus. A difcifc. animal. -TAPLASM. H h four of cards and dice. Cona. the kit-a-ko'mz. of the In the way kat'-a-ra!ct. particulars. taken. to playhoufe katfli'. CATENATE. the queftion religion. kat'-a-rakt.undation. v. An kat-a-mou'n-tln. One kat-e-ku-men'-y-kal. f. CATECHUMEN. a. and concerningreligion. kat-e-na'-ryan. Campion. kat'-a-kize. from fallof A w. tiny thing hook . in victuals. lute. iion of f. a fmall fv/iftfailing {hip. the of a chargeis to change ufed in the . -that catches. kat'-e-gur-y.aciently f. interrupt VA\y i n to to to a ceive reenfnarc.adequate.a cafcade. the afl the acl of Abfoa. ous Subterrane- f. a. Relatingto to in- catechizes. CATCHPOLL. A . to who kat-e-ku'-men. f.f. a fongfung in fuc- To chain.hold laid on ir. Seizure. -TAMOUNTAIN. CATEGORICALLY. CA-TCHFLY. \ One uninftructcd is yet in the firftrudiments of or dramatick piece. refembling kat'-:\-fr. fqueakinginftru- A hand. CATARACT. . a. ca- which producesthe conclufion revolution. queftions afking . v.f.f. a qat. To with feize to flopany ing fallt o thingby tofcop. to whofe ing concern- the catechumens. horfcman f. a a profit. CATACOx\IBS. exprefsly.and without in pofture le- kit'-a-l6g. CATEGORICAL. f. word anfv/er. A poultice. cnerally unhappy. to throw . enum. Link. purfuit .f.rrh. v. f. k'lt'-e-ki'ft. in- examine. A dcfluaion of -TARRH. to Belonging CATENATION. A clafs. i.rum. A kat'ftiipil. to infpiiTation CATECHISER.iter the unes humour cryftalliiie that hinders the pellicle a To the from the head ka-tar'-ral. ad. CATECHIST. CATER- .

excavated . CATHARTICALNESS. CATHOLICISM. CATES. CAVEAT. CATHARTICAL. fprightly. CAVALCADE. f. inhabiting CAVERN- . f. that he ought to judge. f. kat'-sil-vur. ufed mind. ka'-vyat. to the and proceffion arrogantly. \ CATHARTICK. one ka-tl-rur. of foffile. kat'-klnz.that grows gative. CAVALIERLY. any hollow troops. CATS-FOOT. f.to affift away is flopped. . PEAR. CATHOLICON. holes altern above the gun-room the catholick fhip. on knight.f. A mixture ingredients. to f. ka'-te-res. To to make ka'ts. hollow A A warlike. Pur- CATHARTICK. ka-va'-zhun. difdaihfully. k"v-2-l^V. hanging from cat's tail. of f. gay f. ofFenfiveor odious noife. a CATHETER. That kat-6p'-triks.f. f. any the to of plant. f. ka'-vate. a the appellation party of king Charles the firft. place. belongingto an The upon f. Anherb. f. into urine. kattr'-o-lik.v. hollow. ki-tlTaVr-tl-ldl. \^hcn the paflage kat'-holz. bifhop. man fprightly military . f. In CATHOLES. f.t's-tal. or V A ware be- he a"9:s. a. kat'-ter-wdi. difdainful. A kat'fli-up. f. CATPIPE. f. of of the head dioccfe.two little rence Adhe- Univerfal or ki-tltol^-I-kon. See kat1i"-e-nn-pc'r. CATHERINE-PEAR. Haughtily. pickle. f. A petty or providore The purveyor. of the earth for A of wine a cavern. Purlingqualitj\ CATHEAD. CAT'S-TAIL. ka-tlTe'-tur. CAVAZION. of kind timber with rope and a fhivers at two block . CAT'S-HEAD.f. f. A hollow placein the gi. trees. fuftained by leaves and fruits noife a in cats as ruttingtime . To by furgeons . CATHEE)RAL. A kat's-fut.f. a. CATHOLICK. the fee of containing church. kav-al-ka de. a a. f. ka-tna'r-tlk. and in childbed.a. CATTLE. kav'-urnd. a of vifion treats foiiile. church In longround A nut-trees reed. a cavern. having a a katl.f. CATERWAUL. givento ka've. kat'-pipe. An verfal uni- medicine. food. Alehoof. Gay. ka-tlTa'r-t!-kal-nis. flance. kav-a-le'r-ly. f. crooked fomewhat inflrument.notifying how CAVERN.generous. CATKINS. epifcopal kind a fliip. ka-tlia'r-tik. to kat-6p'-tri-kal. knife. A dlfmembering kat'-lini. A employed woman f. The hollowing cellarage. make kat'-mint. ftone. purge downward. Full of caverns. f. To CAUDLE. in Imperfeftflowers manner of a rope or A horfeman. CATER-COUSIN. f. a ka-tnol'-I-sizm. brave. fididlefirings. CAVE. of a a ka-ttie'-drel. ports. A worm kat'-ter-pil-lur. CATFISH. provideviftuals. CATLING. in the Weft fea-fA A meat. kat's-hed. v. kav-a-le'r. fub- kind of a domeflick. CAVALRY. oundivy. 1 plant.f. nor kat'-hed. related by blood favourite. women den . a. optickswhich G Viands. the part refieflion. f. n.ound. 7 a. Catcal.C CAT ka-tur-kuz'n. To a.to thruft in bringing bladder. f. kat'-f Ifli. ad. CAVALIER. a hollow. A medicine kat's-i.. CATERER. A caveat is an tion intima- ecclcfiaftical given to fome ordinaryor to him. piece one end.difh of of name or vifion -byrefleftion. a . CAVALIER. CATOPTRICAL. general. by f. CATSUP. catoptricks. not wild Beaftsofpalkire. The CATMINT. haughty. CATSILVER. CAVATE. ka-the'-drtl.f. A kind of A apple. catgut. Relating CAT'S-EYE. church. kav'-urn. CATHEDRAL.f.f. ka'dl. CATERPILLAR. Horfe kav'-al-ry. kind horfeback. f k?. CATERESS. Indies. CAVERNED. other hollow. CATOPTRICKS. Epifcopal.

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f. v. CELIBATE. f. the to to fuperior lating reregions . CELL. repofited . fel'-y-bat. memorial. A plant. To E leave To n. perpetual. bond of . ftn'-6-taf. fem'-ment'. To overlap'. to commend mention in a fet or folemn cells or graving. A fpecics of parfley. CENOBITICAL. The pan in which in- cenfe is burned. part of cavities. f." Itl'^-an-dine. fcn'-fur. CEMENTATION. excellence. elfewhere one CENSE. f. the wood fel'. f had of the power An officer of Rome manners correcting . the bleficdftate. inner roof of "CEILING. . cave fon .folemn remembrance . CELLARIST. Blindnefs. at fe fe. f. the the prifon. f. f. a. fel'-iur. fel'-fy-tddc.to ftop. or religious per- a fmall and clofe apartment a CELLAR. a. CEASELESS.privation of fe'-sit-y. CENOTAPH. To CEASE. Swiftnefs. fight. Publick rates. diftinguiili by folemn . a. f. v. of heavenlymanner. CEDAR. fe-les'-tflial. cedar to CELIBACY. butler in f. a. The houfe. fe-le'-ryak. ftn'fe. Obf. fe'-drine. with matter cohere to fe-ment'. fel-e-bra'-fhun. CEMENT. CELIACK. CELERIACK. praife. re- ad. CELANDINE. Living community. f. f. CELERY. are kept. Extindion. N E To far monument buried. CELEBRATE. CEMENT. Singlelife. The art of fel'-ll-brlte. Solemn fel'-la-r!fl. heavenly. f. littlehabitation of or the cedar Of placeof fe 1. fe'f-lls.f. A tree. Renown. cohere.-ELEBRITY. The fe'-ling. To give v. CENSO- . fame. manner. with reheavenly. a. Cloudinefs fG-ku'-fiien-fy. fe'-dur. f. Famous. Relatingto the lower ftopto. the dead f. fe-leb'-bn-ty.to to C L off. one who who is givento cenfure. To f. the any fmall of the tree. or cover building. failure. f. f. In a fc-Id'-bryuf-l|. fe-mcn-ta'-Ihun. belly. A To a.f. fe-les'-tfndl. nowned.' ftn'fe. CELATURE. CEASE. In a fa-les'-tllial-ly. a ground. en- rites. CECITY. fpcctto in fa-ler'-rl-t^. where liquors CELLARAGE.f. To a.- which To renown. A fmall cavity or hollow place . fail. continu'al. fight. a. fe'-na-tur-y. relating Heavenly. CEASE. V. fc-Id'-bryus.CECUTIENSY. an end. performance.' V. fe-les'-tl-f)-. f. CENSER. CELEBRIOUSLY. Height. CEMETERY. be extinct be . makes which building CELSTTUDE. to manner. CELESTIALLY. of heaven. perfume with odours. a. Relatingto fe'-n6-blt"-l-luil. CELESTIFY. CELEBRIOUS. '. unite fupper. ad. two means To a. f. fel'-y-ba-fy. CELERITY. CELESTIAL. CEIL. acl of a friendlhip. famous The made are fc-ment.v. "CEDRINE. fel'-lar-ldzh. fc-K'-bryif-nls. Single life. To to give over. fpeed. to fe'fe. Inccffant.f. CELLULAR. little fomethinginterpofed. Confining Topraife^CEMENT. fel'-e-r"-.. a. CENSE. into come The are repofited. Turnep-rootcd velocity. celery. f. CENATORY. fe'-la-ture.f. The union in bodies of CKLEBRIOUSNESS.V. a. To put a fomethingof heavenlynature to any thing. by f A place where fem'-me-tcr-y. religious fel'-ld-ler. fen'-feV. faTie. To A f. of a. a.v. a are in refidence.C fc'fc. cementing. CENSOR. An inhabitant To n. Celebration. fe'-lyak. CELEBRATION. to conjunction. CELESTIAL. inner roof. whereftores belongingto tree. to " placeunder the cellars.

f. leaves. poifonous joiningfcrapsfrom differentauthors. with which Cloth fmeared Cloaths dead dipped bodies were a. ad. CEREBEL. piiblickly . name fcn'-fu-rdbl. To CENTUPLICATE. ceiifor. of a. rite. f. full of ceremony. f. in melted wax. CEREMONIOUS. . a. A fcrpcnt having CERE. fen'-tar. to The fen'-tur. To manner. He fent'. as allyemployed to fpecify fpiritual punifhment. the . glutinous CEREMONIAL. CEREMONIOUSLY.E C C N fai-fc -ryan. CENTRY. CEPHALICK. to ant the on a a n. CEREMENT. condemn. f. CENT.five in that blame. CENTURIATE. To reft on. the to a R a. fcn'-tcipl. CENSURE. The '-a-la!-jy. ad. fer-c-mo'-ny^l-n's.culpable. f^'re-ment. rcpofeon CENTRICK.a. formal obfcrv- of old forms. Part of the brain. Ha"i!ig CENTRIPETAL. A poetical being. compounded of the ach. a ceremonious manner. CENl with A medicine made infolded. judicialfenTo f. or to centre.f. to ccnfure. opinion.f. the Romans. a CENTURIATOR. I i formally. five per cent. brand hundred a f. f. fen'-fhur. That a. hcad- the head. f.f. CENSURABLE. medicinal a and man a horfe . CENTURY. receding wax.feverc. Blame. to A be hundred. fk'-fhur-ur. CENSORIOUSNESS. re. CENTURION. CENSURABLENESS. commanded who officer. f. The number fcn'-te-ner-y. f. An hundred. CEREMONIALNESS. RIFUGAL. the hundred.f. CERE- . fin-fo'-ryus. bodies in motion. V/axed. A fen'-ty-pede. f. CERATED. fecond horns. a. CENSORSHIP. which fe-ras'-tez. Hundredth. Relating outward or ceremony. CENTIPEDE. who diftinguifh times givento hiftorians. A fc-n-tii-ry-5'-tur. To centre. forms external in the Roman for rites rite. E and formal to a fault. a v. A plant. CENTESIMAL. tence make divide into hundreds. fcn'-tiir. CENTRE. quality fer-e-mo -nyus.v. Having acquired by quality from the ccjitre. be middle. of Worthy ccnfure. to CERATE. CENSORIOUSLY. fen'-t^-ry. matter.f. fen-tn'p'-s-til. of beinu. CENTAURY. CENTRAL. fen-tes'-!-mal. kef CERASTES. CENSORIAN.a. ceremonial. judgment. f. men time. reflefting f. ufufen'-tu-ry. f. fe-fal'-llk. is. fen'-Ihur. fen'-trif -u-gal. To hundred. office of ccnfor. a. fe're-clith. ward Outfcr-a-mo'-nyal. fen-tii'-ply-kate. CENTO. Blameablenefs. to CENSURER. fcn'-fu-rdbl-n!s. a a hundred a. over infeft. AJdiclca a. The fen'-fur-fhip. a. Diffcn-fo-ryuf-n!s. fen-ty-fo -lyis. An hundredfold. fen'-tur. In fer-c-mi'-nyuf-ly. A is fe'-ra-tid. Con- rites. f. centre. hundredfold. and placeon of The placedin the midil len'-trik. fcn'-t6. fhe to Relating a. CENTIFOLIOUS. CERECLOTH. f. fevcre f. civil of outward fifting to centre. fcr-C--m5'-nyal. as that blames. CENSORIOUS. Placed in the To wax. Having formed by compofition fix as to CENTRE. To pofition reproach. v. CENSURE. among century. A military fcn-tu'-ryun. v. a. CENTENARY. form. Relating to To fe'-rat. fcn'-tn\L a.fup- CENTAUR. to a tendency centre. f'n'-try. fcn-tu'-ryatc. attentive the outward rites of religion. reprimand. CENTRE. pofedto To a. . reproach. of CEPHALALGY. In fcii-fo'-ryuf-ly. See SENTINAL. CENTUPLE. by centuries. the archer in the zodiack. a. fer'-e-bel. f. To fe CEREMONIAL. centre. the order church. To v. v. f. f. a.

CERTES. fl-za'-ryan. f. Sure. CERTAINTY. writ CERTIORARI. fret . a. a.. a reft. To . CESSIONARY. a rage. f.f. a fury. Without chaff. fl-ru'-lyan.any teftimony. A Hop. CERVICAL.f. humour. CETACEOUS. another line of a feries of liiJcs faftened A . to fret. fer'-ufe. f. tfhaf'. a^ refignation. fer'-t!n-ly. girdle The ' without without queflion. wax fealing infect. f. Of a. lead. a. tfhad'. CERULEAN. An officer beCHAFE WAX. a fort of to calK up the records tfhaf'-ir. of temper.a land is ter fet- mea- together. A levymade of a . me of fes'-fhO-ner-y. becaufe in chafF. CERUSE.feth ne- that or to longto'performa dutybelonging that he incurreth as An the dangerof law. the blue colour. CHAD. f. f.f'-fir-rir. CERTAINLY.f. fome. fume fort of fifti. a links with which ferieslinked manacle. fer'-tln. To peace. givecerinformation of . it delights tfhaf a. v. An CHAFER. f. fef-fi'-vit. Certainly. f. religion j forms in Retreat. f. FohdncTs of ceremony. CESSIBLE. to To bing rub- with warm perfume. fall of Like their property according layingrates..indubitable. to court. of Venus. tfliaf'-wed. CHAFE. rage. to heat . fer'-tlf'-I-ket. lity quaThe of receding. any to givenotice to To another To a. of a caufe therein depending. Indubitably. '-Us. a. one within . a CESSIBILITY. as an this . Blue %- . f.put paft him. fe-rii-lif'-lk. CEREMONY.V. Implying refignation. To lay charge on. The hufks of corn that are court To of any " CERTIFY. J coloured. ation. A heat. tfli. the inhabitants to tfhii -fy. f. tfhif'-fintfli. without paufeof hoftility. White tion is cutting of a child out CESS. givi. CHAFE. ad. a. CESSOR. place. fe-ru'-men. fer'-e-mun-y.in truth.f. Ill fna-gre'n. a vacation . To 1 a. fes'. fef-fa'-Hiin. Outward rite. determined a. CESSATION. yellowbeetle. v. vex- affefs. fl-rd'-lyus. to f. To n. CHAIN. CERULEOUS. CESSION. A H fo glecleth tain a cer- undoubting. flia-gre'n.to againft any thing. C f. CESARIAN. CHAFFY. chafF. a' bird fo called. fcs'-fliin. who fits longingto the lord high chancellor. Certainty. doubt. CHAGRIN. an CESS. a.'. CESSAVIT. fes'-tus. CESTUS. CHAFF. fel to afleflinent . Eafyto giveway. To tfliife-waks. chafl. doubt. CHAFFLESS. fef-sl-bll'-I-ty. the womb. A iffuof f. v. it is winnowing . Cefarian fec- upon haggle. CERULIFICK. ing out of the ch. fer'-ti-tude. To ufed for any make any thinghot in . CERUMEN. the for the writs. fcs'-slbl. thingdone therein. n. the external form outward forms of Hate. is real and the whale kind.f.ngway. angry.-incery. thingworthlefs. f. v. affeffmentor tax. CESSMENT. fer-fli6-ra'-ri. Belonging the to neck. f. A buyer. of civility j J in told man indefinitefenfe. power producea to Having The of wax tfhaf'-fur. from and feparatedby threfhing fer'-vi-kal. cc?. CHAFFER. a portable gnite for coals. CHAGRIN. tain fer'-tl-fy. f. Cudweed. f. made in . a. to givecertain affurance of. A tfhi'fe. To fixed. fer-e-mo-nyus-ms. put out tflid'n. that which ftr'-tez. a fes'-mint. CHAFFERER. dom freeCERTITUDE. f. a bond. doubt fi-td'-flius. fcs'-fur. He CERTAIN. CHAFE.E C S CEREA'IONIOUSNESS. A writing CERTIFICATE. a fured j To to vex. CHAFFWEED. v. . the a"S of fes'. A veftfha'-flng-dlfti.bar- CHAFFINCH. Exemption from fer'-t!n-ty. bargain. or giving way.rated gainer. to make tflia'fe. f. A writ. to the ear. a. tflia'fe. fail. The a. CHAFFINGDISH. f.ad.f.

The chargeis lodged. with chalk. f. To performfrethe adlion of biting. faftcnedtogether by a chain. CHAM. impregnated the pre- fervant who . a animal CHAMOIS. to . f. to bite with a devour. To with a a . . n. A joint leg. f. A England is . f. fliim-pa CHA-MPAIGN. CHAMADE. call of of the chambers. " fha-mi'd. An kal-kog'-gra-fur. . with is be- whatever away to due as claims bulletsor half bullets. -iyiin. . another fuperiority . a feat of of authority or juftice.fo GHAINSHOT. A moveable feat . n.f. A lodging .. Work with open fpaces.except king's a CHAMELEON. in A bringinto (lavciy chain chain H To . to lav/. tfiiA'm-bur-my.fiia-moi'. f. one fteel. A a cup. up. CHALYBEATE. to office of whofe tiha k-kut-tur. of a . f. A tfliam-bur-ur. of bendingof CHAMLET. f. as chalk.but by fome a CHALK. or CHAMBER.to cbjedt live kdm'-lit.kam'-rll. v. The name of plant. nc. Havinga CHALICED. put combat ufcd pump or is double. t(ha'r-man. C follcn To a. one demand a . a. one aflembly an iron which whofe The fliaze. CHALLENGE. CHAMBERLAIN. tftian-lhot. action of the teeth frequent . A man CHALK-CUTTER. thcgoat kam'-o-mile. in brafs. the cavity powder is lodgedin a mine. a. CHALK. q*icntly f. offence accufe one . prcfiJent chair. f. f. ufed houfe.To CHALLENGE. tfiiAmp'. To court great chamberlain dry En-- A apartment in low or holany cavity the hollow part of a of juftice. To CHAMBER. .which. to The among Lord the fixth officer lord chamberlain worfhip. . tflja'm-bur. CHAISE.confiding thirty-fix fhculd chaudron tfh^l'-is. fomething . an which veficls. f. drawn to f. CHAUDRON. care cell or cup. f. fore them " cut CHAINWORK.a..f. CHALLENGER. reckoned to white A tfha k. A kind of wine. ftone. Engraving kal-kog'-gri-fy. CHAMOMILE.f. f. tlha'm-bir-lh-fhip. .f. CHAINPUMP.a. The the upper part of the hinder ki-mc to lady. v.f. the to call a tfhal aiifwcr for conteft . the ciniS of the bedchamber CHALICE. a where gun f. to rub with chalk mark trace or out or . a. a bufmefs is to drefi a faid lizard. To CHAMP. ranked m-bur-lln. the bc\:s. one that . .. combat to declares a furrender. CHALCOGRAPHY. communion a cup. CFIAIN. largeEngiifli that Jink or to . horfe. To a. Confidingof chalk. that digschalk.".'A maid in To by combat call . trade it is horfe. tfhal'-llft. a vehicle borne by CHAIRMAN. . by CHALCOGRAPHER. A fummons tfhil'-lfnje. f- beatof thedrart for thofe CHAMBERFELLOW. CHALDRON. oi man CHAMBERER. the the CHAMBREL with chalk to manure to crown has foflile. tfha -ky. odoriferous CHAMP. when of taken exception firesor fummons rifcs as the other falls. tflia'n-wurk. any carriageof where One ?. either againft perfons in things. kind of air.f. to claim as To due pcrlormanccof condiiionb. tfha the of the bowl. . ufually CHAMBERMAID. to refideas in a chamber. thoufand weightwo " tO' the houfehold pounds. v. v. f. Two theyflyopen. tfham'-bur. another tfliA'm-bur-f^l-lo. tfna r. tfhlk. ka-1^-byet. to intrigue pleafure . The retired An intrigue. CHAMBERLAINSHIP. To be wanton. v. A tfha'n-pump. a men.An an has the chamberlain. CHALKY. to unite. f. A H f. f. white with chalk of the longing of all officersbeoverfight chambers. with room that lies in the fame chamber. One that dctnial'-lln-jur. a claimant. on See CAMELOT.C tfivd'n. to an of any impartiality one t to the -linje. ^^^ 5 "'^'""- S I lilhmeafure of of bufhels heaped coals.generally carry engraver in brafs. tfliamp v. cup ufed in aiSlsof appropriated . on law. Impregnated fed an. of kind. CHAIR.

tfha'nje. The cock. f. by' fong. S"fCHANGEABLENESS. tfli. CHANGELING.t{ha'nje-ebl-ms. CHANT. a. to difcount a larger pofedto be in ccnfufion before it was divided of money into feveral fmallcr . is f. office of cliancellor. f. irregular . to giveand take ments. CHAP. CHAP. tflian'-ml. CHANCE-MEDLEY. fmg in f. A kind {bom-pln'-nyon. in the natural . new alteration of the order in which an fct of bells is founded . f. the church ftantly. 'J'o CHANGE. inconllancy. To cut any from An artifonwhofe his to brate cele- To n. CHAOTICK. the cathedral fervice. ufually CHANT. to fall out. CHANTRY. CHANCE. difpofition . tfhan'-fabl. f. chal- To a. CHANCELLOR. equityand L A child tflia'nje-llng. AccidcntrJ. ka'-6s. con An alteration of the flate of any thing. CHAMPIGNON. tfhan'-fel-lur-fL!p. fmg . fhe cafual without The a. a fucceffion of one the placeof another. poffihle of exhibiting ferent difchanged. a. crow. tfham'-pyin. placeof where v. a. CHANCROUS. The mafs of matter CHAOS. flraitor a that left idiot. CHANDELER. tfhant'. to mind. tfha njc. CHANTICLEER.a. fmall money. Song. CHANGEABLY. mutable. ad. candles. n. t{ljan'-t^--kler. fhank'-ris. bad . tfhand'-lur. fhank-ur. f. f. appearances. to tOiant'. CHANGEFUL. chaos. caufc in a A a makes a variety . To f. a .a changingor difcounting money. country. to v. The taken or ther altoge- not man. tfha'nje-ebl. happen. Chantryis a church tfhan'-try. .inconftant . whether occurrence. CHAMPION. a ftout warrior. v. A finger.C C A H f. confufion. ceptibility of caufe the aft of fortune . CHANGER. of the one in eartern pait of placeof another apt to change. law.f. Fortune. fiat open A which beginsa novelty. To putone thing for the fouls of the donors.f. f. trade is to make The tfhan'-n!l. flayer. tfham-pa'n. CHANTER. narrow CHANNEL. Subjeflta be to change. and An dignityin tiie court arifmgfrom To court An ulcer Ulcerous. rcfign fupany thingfor the fake of another piece . tflian'-trls. thingin channels. To The L tibian'-fa--y. CHANGE. to divide the hiinds by exceffivccold. venereal maladies. f. To undergochange. in which higheflpower where he prefidcs. runningwaters officer . One tfha'n-jur. Inconftant. In tfhanfe-med'-ly. Re fembling a. by the creation into its proper claffes and eleto alter mend the mixture to reciprocally . A tfham'-pyun. fu fed. of any poflibility tfhan'fe. the tincc of the thingin moon in the parts To are undiftinguiflied. CHANCRE. fortuitous events cafual fortuitous event. candles. monthlyrevolution .v. ka-ot -tik. fmg. A branch gut a or bed of longways. of a flaughter the fault of the tfhan'-fel. that whieh of mufhroom. To of change.v. ployed em- pillar. f. f. flion-de-le'r. good or To . CHANNEL.melody. f. n. f. CHANCELLORSHIP. who man combat fingle dertakes un- CHANGEABLE. occurrence. CHANT. accident . tM'njc. tlhan'-fel-lir. fickle. IncoHt(ha'nje-eb-ly.'m'fe. CHAMPION. CHANGE. CHANDLER. for To a. with for revenue to fingmafs priefls. f. f. fufFeralteration. uncertain. CHANCERY. havingthe quality hero. To it H lenge. CHANCEABLE. an f. v.v. tfha'nje-fdl. tfhan'-tur. To hollow cavitydrawn fea j tfhant'. CHANCEL. furrow of a a. ground by fkin of the face oj To divide the Airfare cxccffive heat . anything in the or another . the CHANCE. the altar is placed. ficklenefs. a. of confcience. CHANTRESS. CHAMPAIGN. v. a fongfler. A endowed woman finger. of the tfhop'. any .

kar'-ak-tui". f. to care or management. engrave.or of . clergy are of capitals a. a CHAR. kar-ak-te-rls'-tlk. a To kar'-ak-tur-lls. The H tflia'r-wum-un. He t(hap'-l!n. imputation conferred.f. certain purpofe . by tflia'r-k6!. v/hich fupport arches. upper or under partofa "CHAP. perform divine great perfon. manner as a in writing thingas goodor bad. tfhcp-faln. To purchafer.a reprefentation . CHAPMAN. CHAPT. CHAR-WOMAN. hired catch of any thingby to church. With- cufe. by the day. CHAR. of qualities. a letter ufed v. to to to a Work ihe cay. . or littlemouldingcurved into round dcr the true kar-ak-te- The CHARACTERISTICK. houics CHARD. a f. Impreffion. f. Chapelof a a fame. trufl conimiffion.ir'-ak-ti!r. CHARACTERISTICK. onfct. a to imputeas tafli. to to ac- fall upon. to a. f. A cleft. ka-rak'-t^-ry. \ cleft. CHAR. a f. the hand or t. to entrufl. mouth of a of affcmbly in which place an the of clergy a beafl:of pafT. riliop'. pilafters. CHARCOAL. n. . in fl^raw. office . the mouth. A chatfliap'-P'l-len-ny. to impofeas command . f. Chards over a are plantsof wood debt . CHAPE. Coal tfhard'. aflemblage his perfon with or CHARACTERISTICAL. jurifdic- of a chapel. precept. about perfonal kil. or chaplain . about the head worn . to fill. A fifh found with account . a prey . im- or f. A garland tfnap'-llt. wreath that offers as f. CHAR. fervice.command tfha'r. revenue man his to rafter. to .ice. . cofl . a gaping. tfha'rje. the . into a channel. up of beet To onlyin Winanburn tfha'r. the work thingentruffed at other's pence. f.f. v. tM'pe-lls. as a called fi-'parate. bounds CHAPFALN. mandate. f. to are the ped wrap- tranfpianted. " of being pequality culiar token. within feme other church. printing . for by a impute. other king. be To I to HAPLESS. to beads of firing a a CHARACTERIZE. A for odd accidentally CHARACTER. The tfhop'. k.H C f. tfha'i'. dine To of artichokes tied and plants. commiflion CHAPTREL. or the Without a. the K k ex- fignal to fa'l upon . kar'-ak-te-rize. in Lancafhire. f The CHAPPED.cuflody . charafter mark. ris'-tl-kll-nis. f.V. in arp hitefture. . A divifionof tfhap'-tur. held. CHAPELESS. . A cheapner. The tfhap'-trll. v. conftitutes the charafter. bufmefs of CHAPLET. of any CHARACTER. The tfhap'-pil-ry. to load gun. CHAPELLANY. a.one tfliap'-man. or pillars. f. made but the top. f. to burden. or mark.A chapel is either tfhap'-il- A flamp. which priiU. bead's mouth. or an givea of any man qualities of wood. in- kar-ak-te-ris' out or Confiituting pointing a. f. tfhop's.to To a. kar-ak-te-ris'-t!k. the entrance To To . f. To That any ficflr f. mark CHARACTERY. CHAFELRY. Cracked. attack. mouth that attends the to CHAPLAINSHIP. CHAPS. . ( part. r"^""'- meer cha- character. tfhop'-lis. a tifed in the Roniifh church . flirunk. C of writing . pcllanyis founded of any repreftntation an account qualities. f.'hichit is held in its pl. ' C A . Care. . Chards all CHARGE. or eafe. out a. CHAPTER. particularflamp or a leaves of fair artichoke book a cathedral alTemblies of 'the tfha'r. the perfonal charafter. white beet tfha'rjc. The office tfh'p'-lln-flilp. Havingthe A fcribe.-'ttack. the poflcffion chapel. CHAP. to cenfure black cinder. tion of parcel a joining ad- man wo- work. CHARGE. CHAPEL. a. burning f. f. a Without a. trufl. the To chape.a chink. . CHAPLAIN. CHARACTERLESS.v. load . beads.to engrave. J CHARACTERISTICALNESS. accufation. tfliape.v.

relating has copy. CHARLATANRY. . or f. any or . A tfha'r-jur. Tendernefs. A driven for the prize. f. CHARLOCK. to purfue To CHASE. f. officer's horfe. alms . a. To . CHARMER. Wheedling. ignorant. CHARTERED. CHASTE. tlha'r-jib-ly.as to debt a crime or . CHARNEL.Vfln. Hunter. To hunt . f.i'r-jabl-n!s.Expcnad. or f.purfuit be hunted . Warily. of fomething power To with fortify kiz a m. fome heart. an ing. have fomc a the Bear. open- vacuity. the game hunted . ten f. true to the marriagebed. fure. to enemy fexes . qurunitvofpowderandball charms fort of ointment charms preparation a or . f. t{har'-yiit. tfha'r-n!l-hous. v. CHARIOT. called conflellation. tfhar-yO-te'r. plea- a chariots tfhar'-yut-rafe. v. that drives the chariot. where of power CHARMING.exemption. CHART. fliar-la-tan'-y-kal. Caution.nicety. coil. to make to fubdue by by pleafure. northern is the whole bore gun. the virtue the poor . charms. evil . The tfha'r-mlng-nis. f. a. benevolently. purfuer. tftia-ry-l)V. were . Privileged. fiefhor Containing carcafes. Guns tfha'fe-gun. tfha'-ry. pleafing. Kind in giva. of the f. particip. driver. In tfha'r-ming-l^ manner f. an game enemy . tfliar'-l-ty. CHASE. a gun C A and fprains to theflioulder-fp'laits applied of horfcs. tfha r-tiir-pa'r-ty. a. A charter i^ a writ- CHARTER. f.benevolence. Kindly.love. purfuit of fomething as defirablej purfuit . of lengthof a piece. To correct. ad.coftlinefs. kindtfha'fe. CHARITABLY. deceit. an ad. to a. Expcnfive. part in the fore- thofe that are pur- tfha'-fur. Careful. To . a mountebank. rcpofited. v. a. a. or . fport f.or ftate. A CHARTER-PARTY. f. a. CHARY. a.'fl. fubjcct charge. cautious. not commerce mixed with phrafes. Words occult power to gainthe affedions. tfha'fe. CHARMINGLY. fitnefs to huntingmatch fha'r-ll-tan. cleft. againfl- fubJue tfhA'r-j'ibl. pure. tfld'rm. writingbellowing privileges rights immunity. To CHASTEN. tdiar-mur. the Chafe of CHARLATANICAL. a. The CHARNEL-HOUSE. CHARLES'S-'WAIN. CHARITY. kind in judgingof enchantments or that . the captivates tfli. higheft degree. liberally . To of univerfal love . . . paper of which to a contracl. v. CHARGEABLENESS. -1-tab-ly. barbarous tfh. A weed growing yellowflower.f. open ground flored with fuch beaflsas are hunted . good will. imputable. powerfulhy fecret power tftia'r-ming. of any Hunting. CHARILY. fired upon fliip. to punifh. t(ha'rlz-lz-wi'n. A placeunfilled. fna'r-la-iin-ry. tfha -ry-nis. to as tfha'r-nil. are delineation of A tflia'r-tur. one ad. f. CHARM. tfhar'-l-tabl. f. CHASE-GUN. Pure from all uncorrupt. f. corn with CHARi\I. f. privilege. He CHARIOTEER. . CHARIOT One f. a Qiiackilh. Pleafing CHARMINGNESS. f.iiojigthe tiha r-Iok. The CHASM. A quack.a a gap. a. a. Ex- CHARGEABLY. without obfccnity . CHARLATAN. the bones of the dead placewhere ka rt tfliart. fively. of power fuch pleafeexceedingly. A H others.accufable.f. ing were CHARITABLE. a. a each party tfha'r-tird.frugally. pencc. that has the coafts. tih. CHASER. relief givento CHARK. CHARGEABLE. gined imaphiltres. CHARGER. largedifli. coflly . evidence RACE. a A of carriage in which car of men arms anciently placed. To burn to a as an black of to drive. thingas cinder. CHARINESS.C enemies upon put into a H the . logical theo- to liberality the poor.. tfha rk. fued. tfhar nefs. in the f. tlha'rm. alms.

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earth. A a turnpike. tfher'-u-bln. CHESTNUT. CHERRYBAY. comfort. Havinga chcfl-. of young a young . CHERISHMENT. 'ze. tfher'-vll. CHEERLY. tree. a. f. v. CHICANER. artifice. CHERUBIN. to fcold . -A DE FRIS. fhy-ka'n. CEIEESE. CHERRYPIT. f. Mellow CHESSOM. noife. n. in which into theythrow cherry-ftones a fmall To v. A puftulous tllilk'-m-piks. CHICKLING. f.fiveor fix feet long. fliy-ka -nur-y. tfiio . f. fhev'-o-dc-frl CHEVALIER. Cheerfully. fhelter. f. tftieft'. cheflnut-tree .f. Wild tfhes'-aple. tflicr'-ry-pit. traverfed with timber tfher'-rifh-ment. CHICKENHEARTED. \ bird. to ruminate in the mafti- . f. curd of milk. A child'splay. tflics'-bord. f. a. to To v. f. feraphim. with . prolonga conteft by tricks.ate. tflie-nV-bik. a. CHERRYCHEEKED. term tfhcr'-u-bim. ker'-f6-ne'fe. tfhik'-pcz. tfhide. Aceleftial fpirit. thoughts fwal lowing. diftemper. To to a To CHE ti"her'-r!fh-ur. CHERSONESE.C tflii'. CHESS. To in colour. tfhev'-er-5l. CHERVIL. To of chefs is board plaid. tfhe'-zy. CHERUP. f. CHERUBICK.iger. f. tflier'-ub. CHERUBLM. Cherub. fupport. CHICKPEAS. A plant. tfhlk'-wed. cate . CHEVAUX cheefe. . f.the fame chub. A rebukcr. ing by vingruddycheeks. An v. CHEERY. to in order to the lating Angclick. f. A fmall chicken. The fame as T fmall bird or for a The f. CHICKWEED. Sophiflry. Cov%-ardly. I or tafte without to I meditate. CHEST.kidleather. table on A game. n. wooden ufed in A river fifh. f. An herb. the cherubim.C CHE ad. Encouragement. f. ''tfii!k"-m-ha'r-tld. tflic'r-ly. Laurel. CHICK.f. One tlhc'z-mung-gur. f. which. to drive reproof. v. to quarrel tihi-dur. conteft a. wrangle. tflie'-ry. fiiev'-a-lir. plant.re- a hen. "if. fhy-ka'n. The art of protraflCHICANE.f. EN. f. A peninfula. reprove. fter. f. the fruit of deals in cheefe. or ^ tfnes'-nut-tre. n. CHEESEVAT.to blame. a cherry tflier'-ry. CHERUB. The wooden cafe in which the curds are into preffed nature pieceof tflier'-rlfh.to i. a. v.a reprover.Atreeand CHERRY. tfluV-l!ng. grind with. tlhe f-kake. in the is placednext hierarchy. tfher'-ry. A kid. tfhds -nut. to a. f. to reproach. a. CHEW. f. a word of tendernefs . To To CHIDE. hole. tfhes'. Angelical. the the pointedwith iron. CHESTED. f. f. A kind of food made I tfhcs'-fum. other or tfliefl'-tid. tfhcs'-man. CHICANE. the prefling H CHEW. fearful. CHESS-MAN. An encour. away To v/ith CHIDE. CHESTNUT-TREE. j colour. make To a clamour. A knight. tfhlk'. f. To To Jtfh^'. A puppet for chefs. tflier'-ry-tre. CHERRY-TREE. by A cake made f. of wood box A materials. a. form of cheefe. CHICANERY. of name CHEVERIL. fuppoiter. Plaartificein general. Refembling a f. tourniquet. CHERISH. a girl. a. n. f. CHERISHER. fpikes. who brown tfhe'z-vat. which the game CHICKENPOX. cr petty fophi- a wrangler. CHIEF. CHIDER. \ fruit. CHEESEMONGER. CHERRY. rumin. a. fervice. of foft curds. V with tfliev'n. particularly tflilk'-in. of CHICKEN. Havingthe CHEESY. a tflier'-ry-tfli^kd. A fhy-kS'-nur. the teeth. tfliar'-ry-ba. a. f. CHESS-APPLE. fprighdy. f. tfhtr'-up. tflii'ce. CHEESECAKE. umbelliferous To chirp. Gay. defending fupport. fugarand butter. f. T champ to upon. The CHESS-BOARD. tfliez'. to nurfe up.'fe a cheerful voice. or a paflage.

tfhi1-dlfn-ly. properties tfiu'l-dlfh. tfha-ny. pieceround the f. tfhin'. Imaginary. f. com- clan. CHIEFRIE. L 1 CHINA- . throughout the year. f. anfweringto the day on which the feaftof the holyInnocents is folemnized. The CHILDHOOD. dimly tranf- parent. Little ufed. act of proportionor relation. a. V. f. Little ufed. CHILDLESS. Travail.the time in which of life between we are infancyand flate of children . Coldncfs. order. harmleffnefs. to to CHILDBEARING.becoming trivial.a. The .as difcount. CHLMNEY-CORNER. CHILDISHNESS. fhivering mander. f. which of . of of tfhime. f. The CHILDBED. dojc^Sed.or very young line of filiation. CHIEF. to dc- cold. thoufand a the touch leader. capital. prcfs. CHIEFLE5S. a.' the " ly. tfh!Id-bertlT. tfiijf.to dcjeft . The the plac. CHIMNEYSWEEPER. CHILL. waimth. CHIEFTAN. Without a. CHIEFLY. infants. To to de- nick found CHILD. f. v. whofc trade it is to clean foul chimnies of foot.in money tfhU'-blan. tfhil'. A figure k!l-y-a-e'-dr6n. One namental or- fireplace. a. the time CHIMERICALLY. tflii'id-had. of vefTelsmade fpecies children. tfhll'-nis. oppofcdto An thingthe produftor any be with child. tfhild-Hke. bringchildren. The paffage tfh'm'-ny. fceming lip. CHILL. chilblain. make cold . vain and wild ki-mer'-n-kal. A fcnfation tfhil'-ly-nls. . confonant The or harmo- inftruments . Principally.la- CHILDBIRTH. Puerility. (. or flrike.cold. the infant. difcouragcd. to blaft with paidto the lord paramount. f. CHIMERA. tfhil-dlfh-nls f. To proportion . nently. A ky-me'-ra. a child. f. f. tfhiV-ny-ka'r-nur. froft. ^{hil-did. Cold. CHILDISH. f. CHIME. a.want CHILNESS. tlli!l'-der-muf-da'. f. CHIEF. To agree n. CHIMNEYPIECE. CHIME. the correfpondence . prefll-d.one the parent Sores made by . a. CKILDERMASS-DAY.v. CHINA-ORANGE. tflii'ld-be-rlng. cftcdl:of To be pregnant. fvvcetorange. fmall rent the head a leader. extraordinary. CHIMERICAL. tfhe'f-ly. particip. tilief. Vainki-mir'-rl-kal-y. or make to . to harmonically move. China. another cold Somewhat cold. of I H fancy. f. through puberty. A tfhe'f-ry. flrikea hammer.of idlers. To a. puerile. a Without a head. woman tfhil'. to . is cold of cold. CHILL. that which Anfation having the CHILLINESS. than more f. CHILDLIKE. wildly. tfticf-lls. which f. CHIME. CHIEVANCE. a. emiad. tfhlm'-ny-fv/e'-pur. The part of the face beneath the under trifling way. To To CHILD. Chilnefs.a. ad. is extorted. Inachildifli CHIN. Trifling. tfliJl'-Iy. of many correfpondent of found . f. jingle. CHILDED. in relation correfpond . tfni'ld-lis. child. ad. in a porcelain. tfhil'. children. bearing bringinga ftate of a tfhime. f. triflingncfs . A commander.' tftie'-vanfe. of the fait eminent. To common. bell v/ith a v. tfhi'me.C C H inofl eminent . f. firefide. f. of a child. CHILDISHLY. CHILLY. child. in the perfcn. onlychildren. found found in harmony To a. f. The tfhi'-ny-or'-lndzh. CHIMNEY. CHILIAEDRON. fides. f. houfe the fmokc afcends from the fire in tlio the fireplace.". .f. The tfh!m'-ny-pes. CHINA. fuit with to . Furniilied with a The day of the week. tfhc'f-ten.to tfliMd.a A Traffick. the found of bells correfpondence flruck with hammers of . tihiId. bour. or tflii'ld-bed. fantaflick. Becomingor be- China ware. Principal.

V. Having To grain. furgeon. ad. f. folutlon of chocolate. A tfhip'. idle prate. the fliootof a the end of the CHITTY. of cotton made in f. in animal. fprout. A medicinal tflia'-ny-rot. CHISEL. a like ababy. and violent O H a. in . tfhoi'fe-lis.frugal. The ki'-ro-man-fy. t(h!p'-ping. cies of fmall onion. To gery. that cures ward by internal medicines. the cocoa-tree. f. corn found. tfli6k'-ul-et. v. tililnk'. a. The tfhk'-ter-lingz. ring ailments. value. ingto fur- CHIRURGICAL. that f. tfhlp'. tlhlt'. dignity military ladies. tm6k'-ul-et-hous. Childifli. Prattle.a the of a knight. f. Aninftrument flone is pared away. V. valuablvjexcellently. inftrument. exad choofing. CHINE.Full A CHITTERLINGS. knightly. as objedts of eleiSion. ki'-rd-man-fir. f. cutting CHIROMANCY. cxercifcs CHIRP.'gaping. f. the frillat the bofom an ToCHOAK. the hand. CHIRURGICK. choofing choofing. Curiouny. CHIOPPINE. to the liquormade by that A the hand. writing. ki-rag'-grl-kal. the pieceof v. ki-rur'-jy-kal. a. a. A highflioeformerly tfhop-pi'ne. Cloth of a. CHIRURGERY. curiofity voice is entertained with company Obfokte. The ki-rog'-gri-fy. tflilnt's. of tfhit'. v. fhirt.as birds. of extraordinary Selecl. India. CHIP.by houfe where art To infpedling make a old f. CHOCOLATE. CHISEL. a.f. tlh!nk'-y. China. CHIROGRAPHER. To wood CHIT. CHIRPER. V. The tftc-rp'. kl6-ro-sls. f. qualifications . tflik'-tfhat. of the grinding chocolate. f. tfh!t'-ty. CHIVES. CHIROGRAPHY. fhiv'-al-ry.f. the foretelling chifel.-) Belong5 ki-rur'-jlk. To a.The CHODE. CHIRURGEON. eatable animal . f. CHOICE. part of the back. cut baby. v.but outa applications . rn^ke tfliink'.^ater . n. cheerful noife. f.H C f. To C I care the thingchofen . threads or filaments feeds at the end . Withmt the a. CHOICE- . To in flowers. " f. v. of diftindlion. CHIRP. chary. f. One t(her'-pur. f. power of CHOICELY. with CHIVALROUS. nut be diffclved in hot by a CHOCOLATE-HOUSE. V. CHIRAGRICAL. Relatingto warlike. tflioi'fe. the mafs made kernel of the cocoa-nut. a. by fcrik- found other. a fpe- tfhok. f. to as To CHINTS. CHIT. f. CHIROGRAPHIST. pieces. a To To with which or CHITCHAT.f. of from guts of tfliink'. CHINKY. One fur'-jun. generalfyftem fhi vz. tfho'de. valour . The art of cuCur'-jc-ry. the of knighthood. chirps. CHLOROSIS. f. CHINK. To tfliiz'l. by worn of as To a. loiig- aperture ingeach To a. f. the thingspropofed thing. CHIVALRY.not by external applications. from broughtoriginally root tfliin'-kif. into fmall cut fmall off piecetaken thi gout in the hand. tfhiz1. CHINK. rographer. f. backbone th^ back of A cough. The nefs.a. CHINE. A fragment cut off. bcft part of any aft of tion elecchoofing. CHOICE. convulfive which an The t"i is found a . The f. CHINA-ROOT. CHIROR/IANCER.with choice . fliakc fo To n. tftiine.with rifing by a CHIPPING. CHINK. Chiki-rog'-gra-flft. events of life. chivalry. Knighthood. holcs. tfh'rp'-n. He that kl-rog'-gra-fur. foretels future events by The art writing. CHINCOUGH. The tlhoi'fe. CHOICELESS. . infpeiSling f. cut fmall A into chines. f. ne. tflioi'fe-ly. wife. One green-fick- See CHOKE. a fhlv'-al-rus. careful. feveral ' inf. the power of of birds or from preterite CWde. child.as. CHIP.

art of dcfcribing particular regions. ko -ryon. or firings. to in- break into chinks. CHOOSE. CHOOSE. a An epithet quently freatfhop'-ping- CHOPPING-KNIFE. to bandy. a term of to elect for theologians.whichjoins to produceirafcibility fuppofed . .f. To have thf power of To tfho'-zi'ir. A tflicp'-hous. the humour. pieceof ka'rd.The in the CHOSE. f. He blow a.partiCHOPIN. to have chofe. farcafm that flopsthe unpalatablepear. of fingers. To of truck . To a. to artichoke.H C O f. fmgingboy . manner. to put of another CHOP. The a of tliechurch To Ertnch A furc. In a c'horographical f. of holes thingin familiar of any arch of purgingbile. kwer'-rls-tiir. CHOPS. A tfhop'-ping-nffe. -ler-nk-n!s.from To '^'" choofe. A number a CHORUS. n. I of fepreference to pickout of a felesSt. v. f a cathedrals. . Sung by choir . fmall to Todoany ihingwith lightor happen upon tfhop . flopup. fhO-pe'n. kor-de'. regions a. a. n. . of To bile . To .f. tfho'ze. a The purchafe. A bird which frequents by the fca. chofen. A rough. To . k0-r6-graf of choice. cut with a quick to cut menace. CHOLERICK. that has the power choofmg. fongbetween fongin which the a the a"Slsof a the company tragedy . v. He k6-r6g'-gra-fur. of entertainment. A piecechoppedoff.V.a. CHOKE. Themouthofabeaftj tfhop's. fmall CHOSEN. That which has the power which have CHOLER. by way thingsoffered . CHORION.. furnifh with A contraflion of the freenum. to tfhoke. generally finger. '-I-kalCKOROGRAPHICALLY. ko -rus. cracks. ka id. or knife ufed in pillary ca- CHORAL. The CHOLERICKNESS. CHOKER. mufical in- of a firing a circle. k6-r6g'-gra-fy. tflicp'. band or nflembly ers fing- of in divine worfliip fingers . f. CHORDEE. CnOICENESS. crack. . of any ing in CHORD. Anger.or cleft. H C tfno'zn. CHORD. that defcribes particular of countries. the twoend" flrument. f. verfes of CHOP. f. The CHOROGRAPHY. participle chcofe. CHOKY. CHOOSER.ad. part of fuffocate. Aboundingwith To mouth of fuffocation. Nicety. in the acts of the ancient trawhat paffes gedy . v. f Medicines kol'-a-gagz. To mean To a. One of chopping. filamentous for by ob- CHOiiE-PEAR. CHOROGRAPHER. irafcibility. tflioife-nis. f. jointhe prctcr tenfc. f. tfho'ke.to one meat CHOP-HOUSE. The outward brane mem- the foetus.Full CHOPPY. that enwraps the f. kol -Icr-rlk. cular value. by way a choir. a To V. ly. tfho-ky. irafcible. the rocks tfliif'.elector." mouth. I a. block up to fh uclion . a A fmgerin in a finger concert. CHOP. v. CHOIR. altercate. paflage .a right line. CHOLAGOGUES.The from pafTivc. peevifhnefs.by way f. to tftiop'V.f. an ufed in Scotland term CHOPPING. tfhoke-per. angry. tfho'ze. a. choler. quart of wine appliedto infants. any tfho -kur. tfhop'-py. a tftjop'. veral kol number of To take . a. To language. mealiquid meafure. To ko-ral. com- f. to quick motion. to devour pieces . fing- a. An the O f. the part where the fingers are placed.containing nearlya pintof Wincheftor kv/ir'. eternal happincfs . tflio'ze. f. mendation. overpower. rage. ko-rS-graf'-I-kal.harfh. f. CHOROGRAPHICAL. kol -lur. a thing. anger. houfc CHOUGH. that chokes. CHOP. f. a CHORISTER. the power f. hinder to a fiipprefs . eagerly . place thing f. the of particular Defcriptive regionl. to CHOKE. the who hold beconcert to are fuppofed perfons .

v. CHRISTIAN.C To To cheat. To kr5-n5-l6dzh'-!-kal. tfi-. f. of a tfhub'. The f. denominate. f. tfhou fe. ^ a. A a. a chroniis of longduration. Theday of nativity a A caft of precious yellow. pafttime. Like ad. a. to To a. f. n. A reglller or account CHRONICLE. kriz CHRISTEN. chronicles with chub. To blefledSaviour is celebrated. Aurelia. CHUET. CHRISTIANISM. Profeffing krls-tyun. colour computing the cxaft feries of time. or CHRISM. To CHUCKLE. To call as a Obfolcte. of hiftorian. CHUCK-FARTHING. A writer CHRONICLER. CHUCK. The of the firftinitiation into "CHRISTIAN. tfliuk'l.elating krls-ning. The krS-n6l'-6-jy. tfliik'. f. f. Chriil. krls'n-dum. chronological manner. Relatingto kron'-ik. a. a a of endearment. tfliuf-fl-K^ ad. to too! bubble. ) time. . A tfhuk'-fa'r-thing. Clownifli- nefs. kris'-mus. kris-tyun. blunt clown. a. a. kr6n'-ikl. The krls'-tyun-namc. kro-ncm'-me-tur. of ence fur- f. f. name Belongingto a. CHOUSE. Chriftianity. givenat f. a n. v. f. Chriftian. "CHRISTMAS. a . a that ftudies or f. dillempcr play. the -!-kal. cocker. tfhiif'.to fondle. explainsthe or to P. He that kro-nol'-la-jir. krls'-tya-nlzm.f. f. call . The co]- of religion Iv.f. f. To CHUCKLE. Unguent. ledive kr6-n8-gram- CHRONOGRAMMATICAL. to CHUFFILY. -CHRISTENDOM. tfhuk'. CHUCK. antient word voice The of hen. tflio'-it. a (ham. events CHRONICLE. ad. Big-headed. Ciiriftianity by baptiz". f. laughvehe- kron'-lkl.kr6-n6-l6dzh'-{-kaI- ceremony the a. Ciirifprofefling kris'-sa-lis. . cies inaggot of any fpe- the changeof the of infeds. krls'-tyan-ize. An kran'-6-gram. "box of the doflrlne of time. a. body of Chriftianity.to water .f. v. meat. One kro-nil'-d-jift. krls'-so-lite. to according time.xacl menfuration CHRYSALIS.a. in- CHUFFINESS. f. a hiftory. river fifli. CHOUSE. To mently. the icription including date of any adtion. CHUCK. little A colledlcd are prefents a To tfhiik'. To v. fcl- of periods the adjufting computingand time.like CHUBBED. To v. f. cal CHRONICK. for the e. ligion re- of Chrift. To A H C R H .or firftapparent of Chriftians. CHRONOMETER.as give a gentleblow a hen under the chin. An of time. record in chroniclc^'-Jor to record. kr6-mat'-Ik. name. ma-tlft. to ftudies name. our in which on which krls'-mus-boks'. f. "CHRISTENING. v. unclion. Stomachfully. to regifter. tfliuk'l. explains CHRONOLOGY. Chriflian religion j the nations inftrumeut tianity. an CHRONOGRAM. f. tfliub'-bid. Forced CHUFF. at which the money falls with a chuck into the hole beneath. V. CHRONICAL.f. . CHUFFY. to relating a certain to Relating of fpecies mufick. V. m. The religion kr!f-tyan'-i-ty. The A chevih. chronograms. CHRYSOLITE. CHRONOLOGIST. Tomakea noifc like hen. f. CROMATICK. hen . f. f. kr6n'-!k-lur. CHUB. "CHRISTMAS-BOX. in order of time . trick initiate into mat or kns'n. calls her young at Chriftmas. make chronogram. To a kro-no-grW- writer of A CHRONOLOGER. . U CHRONOGRAMMATIST.to trick. the fcicnce CHRONOLOGICALLY. In of profefl'or A the the diilinct from foiit. CHRONOLOGICAL. CHRISTIANLY. f. "CHRISTIAN-NAME. CHRISTIANIZE. kron'-I-kal. Chriflian. hiftory . CHRISTIANITY. krls'-tyin-ly.ou'fc. To a. ftone of a dufkygreen. tftiuf'-fl-nls.

f. f. The k!m'-mlf-try. si'-dur-k!n. are ruftick. a countryman The or to food. Surly. f. of chyprofcffor miftry. A I L C a. ad. CHURCH-ATTIRE. church. a. a .commemoratory die dedication tfliurt'fh-at-ti're. An infed CHURRWORM. sik-a-tri'-zant.a niggard. tfliurl'. of ruggednefs tfhur'-llfh-ms. CHYLIFACTIVE. . CICATRIX. ply act of fuch medicines to wounds. CHURCH-ALE. f. A maker CIDERKIN. yearlychofen. f. The k^-ly-fak'-ihun. CILICIOUS.as fignal tfliurt'fh-ale. liquormade apples. CHURLISHLY. or f. v. The healingthe wound j the ftate of being healed. relating tfhirt'fli. f. f. v. s!k'-il-rate. the body of Chriflians edheriiig form of woifliip of chyle. . ill-bred man rude. sik-u-ri'-fhun.as or fkin them. CHYLACEOUS. CICATRISANT. CHURN. CHYMICK. body ky-ly-fak'-t!v. a. ky-li'-fhus. tamingor reclaiming si'-dur. f. .v. A f. f. f. Y H CHYLE. to a. f. of feafl.anolfc. the different fubftances found procefsby which officiate at divine fervice. a. to reclaim from tame. f.after any any one the office of returning tfiiurt'fli. To performwith To CHURCH. felfifii. men CHURCHMAN. Obfolete. To CICURATE. ACTION. Rud. tfhur'-llfli-ly. a. brutally. one ky'-lus. A in which the dead . and fermented. f. f. the church Officers to adjoining bodies art of fire. s!-ba'-ryus. sik'-a-trlze. klm'-ml-kal-y. s's'-I^. a. CICELY. a. a. . A confufed found. The of cyder. chamber A f. by after fear remaining wound a mark. A wake. The juiceof applesexCIDER. deliverance. To CICATRIZE. each other slk'-a-tr!s. brutal. from wildnefs.called alfo a fan- cricket. CHYLIF wood. f. CHURCH-WARDENS.furly. prcd'cd CILLARY.a cemetery. To CHURN. f. to chyle. or imprefTure. tfhump'. Havingthe qualities proper to CICATRIZATION. particular . f.by agitation. by agitating tfliur'-wurm. by chyklm'-mik. CHUM.AI m Made of hair. sll'-ya-ry. . The ground CHURCHYARD. CIMETER. Belonging to the eyelids. adherent an in mixt ecclc- An to tfliirtfh-wA'rdnz. CHUKFY. In a chyCHYMICALLY. . of England. Having the power of making chyle. Brutality. f. CHURL. sik-i-tri-za'-fhun. The veilel in which the butter is. manner. that induces a An aa plication ap- cicatrice. ad. "CHURLISHNESS. The afl of CICURATION.f. of the of grofsmatter out. f.-ly. tftiuf'-fy. C God. induce a cicatrice.or fkinned over. a avaricious.khn'-mlft. tfliurm'. Relating CIBARIOUS. colkaive mical childbirth. manner. CHYMIST. as belong churchyard. means CICATRICE. f. a. Chrifliajis confecrate to the worfiiip which Made CHYMICAL. coagulated. CHURME. The CHURCH. CHYLOUS. that turns about nimbly. a clergyman fiaflic. by digeflion in the ftomach fellow. harfli. A fort of herb. to look to the church. CHYMISTRY.fat. To agitate fliake or violent motion make butter to a thingby . CHURLISH. from feparated are CICATRISIVE. tfhur'n. To apv. si'-diir-lft. Belonging To wildnefs. tfliurtfli-ya'rd. the place Confifting of k!m'-l-kal. tlhir'-lllh.?a. prcfled CIDERIST. any the milk. miftry .after the cider is a. of Chriftians . the buried. of the church. a. f. The habit in which t(hurt'fh-man. tflu'ir'n.C tihum'. The white juiceformed of the aliment. a mifer. CHUMP. ulcers. a6l procefsof or making chylein the body. to chymiftry. Ei-Ilfh'-us. thanks. s!k-a-tri'-slv. Rude. heavy pieceof thick ky k. a. and fuch things to both.

France. Full of fer kl. common circular a line. f. To sf-fur. an fer'-ku-lur. ring. CIRCLE. v. v. v. f.S CINDER-WENCH. aft of fpaceinclofed in n. sin'-dur-wentfli.extent. the other figures. a to trade is to rake in A thingby form f. to circularly. character. kind of five- any To the thing. foregoing propo- man wo- afhes for heapsof sln-k-r^'-Mn.havingall parts equally it ends fworJ. a.a feriesin which the fame order is always . f. a f. circumlo. round . of argument. of the fliaftof bottom or sV-dur.-) f. si'-fur. To move circle. I R C I R The meafured moving a circle . t feveral fame intereft in fome ftandingfor nothing CIRCULARITY. CIMETER. f. miiieral of mercury confifling sn/-na-mun. the foregoing cution. f. f. a mafs the center. in the firebut burnt A hot coal that has ceafed any thing aflies. move Having the A form of circle. f.f. sink'. CINQUE-PACE. Vermillion. sf-i'm. fer'-kl!t.f. CINERATION. to sin'-dur-wdm-un. CINQUE. fcr'-kil-Lke. A slnk'-pife. CINDER-WOMAN. Motion circle. sink'-foil. CIRCULATE.circumfcribed by a ftock. CIRCLED. of any the and the following following. CINNAMON.a. To larly. alwaysreturning . a. inclofure . f. with CIRCULATE. CIPHER. CINDER. any feries endingas it begins inconclufive form . a. orb. that travels circuit.an fer'-kling. the To circle. a itielf. an furcompafs. CINQUE-SPOTTED. compafs. A girthfor a s!ng''l.f.i a In form circular motion. whofe of reduced not orb column.f. CINNABAR. value of key to it.a diadem .V. One CIRCUITER. v. bark of fer'kl. f. . in arithpractice write in occult ad. an aflembly roundingthe principal perfon. a low f. fer-ku-tt'r. that lie towards vens ha- five fpots. CIPHER. round the the top body. a in Somethingworn inclofure an v/here it begun. CINCTURE. CINERULENT. ing Havs!nk'-fpot-tId. part. A FOIL. to confine. goinground any thing. letter direded an metick. CIRCLET. The fragrant round Ceylon. fer'kl. CIRCULARLY. fer-ka-Ifh'-un. is a fecret or occult to charadter a of manner in general a fucce/Tive to perfons.to keep together. ar- like Round. a. horfe. thing. the fhoot by A which fome fprout. To put about. CIRCULAR. afhes. kind of grave dance. in the ifland of tree v. duction re- fireor afhes. charafters. CINGLE.who common have the affair. n. s!a'-na-bur. a arithmetical arithmetical mark. a. fer'-kil-ldte. .five.a flioot from on engrafted sf-fur. sin-e-rlfh'-us. inferred from cinders. to inclofe. circle aft of of Circular Letter. CIRCLE. An number increafesthe itfelf. Having the CINERITIOUS. f.f. CIRCUIT. a company. round. a by travelling judgesfor the vifitationof the fer'-kut. a cular cir- A curve line continued li. CINQUE To n.round. circu- move leaved clover. plant. an liftat ringor a . CIRCLE. The To To ftateof afhes. a and To a. Thofe smk'-pdrts. circle. v. To a circle .a. Circular. round any move a. A fer-kd-larM-ty.C f. f. noted. A sim'-y-tur. in which fitionis proved by the Hame. cluded fpace in- round . A. CINQUE-PORTS. a fio-ure. fulphur. The CIRCUITION.maze comprehenfion. fir'-ku-Iar-ly. or s!-nlr^-u-lent. fpace. . To a. To n. holdingaffizes. CIRCUIT. form. fort of diihant from sink'-tniur. intertexture of letters. fer'-kut. CIRCULATION. CION. a body. of or writing. CIRCLING. fhort and rccurvatcd. in a fer-ku-la'-flum. a gument. furround ferk'ld. which. To CIPHER.

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-CIRCUMSPECTIVE. a.a of inhabitant. detailed.vigilance. sf-tur. a garment . CISTUS. v. a . an callinga a. a inhabitant An in townfman. Cp. to sls^-tus. sit'-trm. for sis'-tid. furround. the by its feveralcircumftances. f. f. v. fcr-kim. fomethiijg event incident. /. cautious. fummons. f. f. Havingthe power call to court . a a place. the fortification thrown up round placebefieged. CITY. f. f. 1]-. fir-kiim-flAn- CIRCUMSTANTIALITY. Cri'Y. a. sit'-trun-wa'-tur. slt'-trun-tre. To V. the author . sitR'-ern. that hath CIRCUMVOLATION.v. sit'-izn. for fer'-kum-ft. CIRCUMSPECTNES'S. Lemon-coloured.W'.a. and {. Impeachment. the inhabitants of a city.deluf:on. CIRCUMSTANTIALLY. form or To fer-kum-flan'- CIRCUMSTANTIATE. CIRCUS.-nfe. with a CITRON CIRCUMVENTION.V-flial. CISTERN. diftillcd sit''-trLil. exacV'y. sift''. f. round pert a acaftle. a of citation.CITATORY. The art or aft -of calling up fortifications CITIZEN. mention. enu- fummon anfwer in to another upon cites into who a au" court j quotes. vigilantly. a. Fraud. fer-kum-fi. CIVET. fc/-kum-fpJkt-ly. 'To fer-kum-vl. 7 C f. A of cryftal of fpecies extremelypure. CITHERN. One who CITESS. rounding. to circumplace in particular placein a To inclofe round with trenches or CITE. ^ ad. one The judge.fer-kum-val-la'-ftiin.not cafual eflential. or bag. Something CIRCUMSTANCE. thoritatively . any watry . f. cafe.C f. ly. a. The ilial'-i-ty. minutely. perfon before According ef- circumftance. full of rmal] events. A a CITER. CITATION. fer-kum-fpek'-t'iv- CIRCUMSPECnVELY.v. is in greatefleem. thingrollDd open fpaceor area fports. CIRCUMVOLUTION. to not fentially . the fer-kum-v6-ld'-fhwi. a sis'-tern. Accidental. to enjoin. bifhop. fied modi- thingas inclofed Rockrofe. To ^. a city. Attentive. A citywoman. . f. To CIRCUMVOLVE. f. townfman. (late of aftairs. To sfte.quotation. of citation. . CIRCUMSPECTLY. CIRCUMVECTION. quotationfrom or words quoted pafl"age .f. The act of ftT-kum-vek'-fhin. ad. CISTED. a. not a A kind of A freeman gentleman.a tegument. One CITRONTREE. sf-tal. of receptacle water Inclofed ufes . sf-ta-tur-y. ftances . v/itlithe rind of citrons. low CIRCUAISTANTIAL. fortrefs. con- CIRCUMSTANCE. f. a . Jo fix-kdm-vid' CIRCUMVEST. fer'-kum-fpekt-nls. Sur- a. Cautioufly. fountain a. f. CITRINE.ution.vigilantly. f. inhabitants . tumour. CITRUL.f. clear. condition. f.to a. round carrying 3 the Hate of being carried round. To a. CIST. cift. fer'-kum-ltant.and fine texture. A a largecoUedion town of houfcs corporate. particular ToCIRCUMVALLATE.M^'STANT.ven'-fliin. A receptacle. a an refervoir. f. siV-rin. round rolling another. f. fe/-kum-ftanfe. CITADEL. Pumpion. minute. dition. CITAL. pointedfruit. sit. f'r-kum-fpek'-tlv. ftate of any s!t'-a-del. f. To ther anomeration. fli-klim-vlnt'. CITRINE. city. TJie act of flying round.ad. commoiiiy A the inclofure of fad. sit-tes'. CIRCUMVALLATION. sl-ti'-fliun. an harp. fer-kum-ftan'-fhal. Relatingto tlv city. roll round. accident. Watchfully. slt'-y. f6r-^im-v6-ld'-fhan. to quote. feute.a. or placein particular things. incidental. deceive. IT C I R fort. v. relative to appendant or adventitious . vigilant. relation CIRCU. CIRCUMVENT. fortifications. To a. f. impofture. to v. slt'-y. aft of The round fe'r-kus. To domeftick fituation. " cover round v/ith . Aqua -WATER. CIT. cheat. To cheat. the An \ ferk'.fer-kum-val'-lSte. vinr. CIRQUE.

demand. CLACK. from Clothe.a quantityof bricks. klu'm. One siv-il'-lyan. v. not tical complaifant. To clatter. .v. f. To a wood privately. a title to any liands of thingthat CLAIMABLE. to make v.a CLANDESTINE. klam'-mur-us. cretly.part. To ftrengthen by reclaim from favagenefs and brutality. CLAP. a loud noife made or of explofion by unexpecteda"t thunder . Vociferous. to applaud. body or klan-dcs'-tln. pret. Vifcofitr. a a klam'-bur. lating re- makes klad'.as in the or pofTeffion privilege is in the as race f. of difficulty. an fudden or tion mo- aft of applaufe venereal infection . without clamation. OUS. a make fe"l:of perfons.to vociferate. let the tongue inveJIed.fliriil. To v. klank'. rudenefs. klap'. CLAK. to f. siv'-il-ly.a. another from barity bar- decency. CLAMOROUS. be demanded joinedto iron ufed to hidden.ex- f. f. He CLAIMER.ily. a thing. of any detained unjuftly CLAMBER. not A L military. up. kla'm. CIVICK. v. klak'. CLANK. flrengthen to CLAN. CLAMP. ad. A klank'-u-lur. siv'-il. Outcry. a. klang'. f.noife. To CLANG. with . a klan'. To Fie that demands by quick motion Making loud. family. vifcidity. Clandeftine. glutinousmatter. Clothed.a.well confular ancient or bred ecckfiaf- not barbarous not military . v. f. loud flirill a. .a. Clap klap'. CLAP. that favagelife. CLAMMINESS. political foreign.pradice of To slv^-il-ize. v. CIVILIZE. CIVILLY. to do any to poifon.CLANDESTINELY. chinking demand demand any thing klii'-mur. motion a that makes klap'. gentle.eleganceof politenefs. Secret. f. klang'. CLANG kla'-mant. ad. klang'-gus. v. To n. to civil honours. To noife . any due. klam'-my-m's. proftlTcs CLAMP. Vifcous. due . a any clfmb n. To a. A perfumefrom the civet cat. klam'-my.glutinous. v. . a ftrike together with To . klak'. To f.f. CLAMOUR. complaifancc. to klam'-mur. noife pieceof fecret. civil law. CLANCULAR. to Relating the inteftine. f. n. CLANGOUR. To to required run. po- government In a manner Any thingthat more . with infeft with to hafty venereal a completefuddej. to celebrate hands. claims re- be put in. loud flirill noife. He CIVILIZER. CLAIM. n.v. To another. CLAIMANT. law. a. requireauthoritatively. fudden a praifeby clappingthe or to another thingto togetherin applaufe. clogwith any A fadden a collifion. A fliarp. a To a. garbed. A klang'-gur. Seklin'-dcs'-tm-ly. others from a wild and of means litenefs. CLAP. fharpnoife. the f. siv'-i'l-li-zur. CLAMMY. A a. klamp'. fhrillnoife. to^nter n. the nether part of the beak of a hawk. civilifed. . to CLAIM. a. fuddenly . f. CLANG. A it . CLAD. a of laft- Mill. f. to relating the imperial government. a. to To is corn To n. Relating CIVET. clang. CIVILIAN. the Clack ingand importujiiatenoife. ringswhen bell that pieceof clamp. put one thingwith .C C L A siv'-it. A a f. not J community. a found. Freedom siv-IlMy-ty. pofieffion That which may klam'. vociferation. CLAMOUR. klamp'. to exclaim. . f. complaifantly. behaviour rule of . To nimbly witli move brifknefs upon and alacrity ftrike the hands thing. another. To klW-mur. outcries. in law. demand of of another. that knowledgeof the old Roman CIVILITY. noify. an .a. CIVIL. as . joinftones together. as To make kla'-mabl. N n CLAP- . To right. CLAMM. politely. s!v-Ik.

To ftrikeany a. ftrument in form To fo painting. claws clafp . kla'-fhur. kia'-ry. A rank or of the firftorder rank. A klafp'-nife.CLAVELLATED. particular kla'f-tral. clay. klas'-slk. or as f. kl^-y. body. Furnifhed Unftuous kla'. in kla^ to . fome ftatedmethod tear CLAWBACK. klar'^en-fu. and tumultuous dour. collar bone. leflbn. Relatingto C klas'-slk. his hands the tongue of . a fame pcrfons . incumbred . difpute. A trumpet. Confifting kl4'-marl. kla'. author of the firft kla'. fharpnails. at klat'-tur. CLAUSE.v. f. CLAY-PIT. thing bodies klAe. noife a Knobbed. of clay. klar'-l-ty. or with armed tenacious with Cold earth. armed tendrils or threads creeping plants. To of Cleave. and To cover kla'-kold. jar. elegant. an To v. To purify or CLAUDICATION. CLAYEY. . The klas'-pur. inclofing. noife made rattling A kla'-va-tid. CLAVE.to CLAY. aft of : kh\re-Gb-fki7re. CLASSIS. Free from dirt or filth.v. fplcn. To or or Claw kla'-bak. CLASS. a.a. . to collifion. 7 a. To kla'd. off. f. CLAPPERCLAW.ake it fouiid to f. oppofition. klar'-yun. CLAUSURE. fonorous bodies . ftipulation. klar-y-fl-ka'-fliun.f. CLASPKNIFE. make To n. A chalkyclay. fentence larger . a.CLE SLA f. CL AUSTRAL.guiltlefs neat. klap-pur-klA'. CLASSICAL. To kla'-dy-kate.a. Shutting.v.a fingle part a fubdivifion of difcourfc. wheedler. The kla-dy-ka'-fliun. f. two embrace. contrary direiftion. impurities. by to contradift. CLAUDENT. from herb. A a flatterer. CLAY. . any khi'-dent.fort. not not leprous. CLAVATED. halt. klav'-vlkl. a To range according to a. to to a tween be- inclofe. f. of diftribution. f. Confinement. a CLARIFICATION. A cloyfter. f. a.f. Made a. klar^-y-fy. knife which order of the boyslearning beingsor things.a. a. an CLASP. quently fonorous bodies fre- CLATTER. m. to confufed noife. to utter . or the from a A low word. a A or article. klas'-sy-kal. CLARIFY.V. CLARE-OBSCURE. to tongue-beat. nails with tear fcratch in general . or rank. the hands CLASPER. CLARET. CLASP. CLEAN. f. a. chymicalterm. klifh'.v. mutual of oppofite power. v. To One kle'n. f. f. The making any thingclear a clamour. To CL AUDICATE. inclofe folds into the handle. CLEAN. fet of To klas'. klafp'. CLARENCEUX. The fecond of French by frequentcollifion of f.f. chafte. f. a fcold. fnuck To To n. To v. dug. to embrace . klas'. another. CLARION. CLAPPER. To fliutwith by twining. CLAW. antique CLASSICK. king arms dutchyof Clarence. to talk faftand idly. againfl clofe .a hand. CLARITY. clear. A pitwhere clay Is kla'-p!t. of with CLAW. To ftrikeone CLASH. f. . The foot of a heart or bird. habit of halting. A klar'-y-kord.f. CLATTER.v. a. a. f. f. oppofe. claws. CLASH. or mufical !n- to illuminate. CLAYMARL. authors . CLAWED. An klafh'. Order. f. CLAY-COLD. . to brighten. CLAVICLE. CLARICORD. f. CLASH. Brightnefs. v. To contempt. klap'pur. make by knocking two noife by being a together . a.innocent. to Relating thing of CLASS. preterite klav'-Il-Ii-tld. To klat'-tur. wine. To CLARENCIEUX. . v/ith burnt CLARY. The tartar. Light klar'-it. number The fentence. To klac'-tur. named f. klas'-sls. klafl/. clapswith who bell. n. animated a. fcold. CLATTER. f. kla'z. as the un- earth. CLASSICK. A hook to hold any klafp'. An v. together thingfo fpinette.a. and {hade in noife f. catch and hold to noifycollifion of A contradiftion. acl with f.

olence. klcV-jy-man. kle'v. office of a clerk of any kind. CLEF. a. to to difcharge. klenz^.v. a A man in laick. under another as f. part afunder . fit. . To v. brighten .irreproachable a from"profecution. cnlightener. purity. a man CLEARANCE. free from clear To remove any to to as to clarify.perfpicuous. a. CLERGY. kleft'. clc'r-si-t!d. a. layman congrein the church. quite. to . a. biguous notobfcure. a crack . unintangled incumbrance the flock of a tree. deductions To CLEFTGRAFT. dom f. diftinclly. or Icfs. manifeft. cleanly CLEARSIGHTED. to ftick. The kler'-jy. leprofy hold concord To innocence. a fcholar.not hid . CLEANSE. A clergyman. or . with without entanglement klcVr. the f. CLEARNESS. juftneft. pair. cleftsareguiltapparent. call. to free from to That which the of quality at a fafc diftancefrpmdanger . reklem'-men-fy. free cracks in the heels of horfe. pure CLEANLILY. gatTon ad.f. out . To CLEPE. kl^v. kle''r-!y.to n. divide with vi- divide. Difccrna. from filth. ral. CLEANLY. to animals cut kllf^ f. . fplendour. tojuftify. ing. Dextrous. artful. kll'n-ly. Bright.judicous. CLERKSHIP. n. per- ad.the a writer. to direct the reft. thingofFcnfive. CI-EAN.to f. f. ration of parts. a fliip offices. CLERGYMAN. A into mark butcher's inftru- A joints. fplit. purity.a or entanglements. CLEMENCY. free- CLEANNESS. gentle.f. klcVftartfli-ur a. CLEAR. to cleanfe . engraft by cleaving ing found- CLEAR. ferene.f. Elegantly. deduction. a. In klcn'-lll-y. CLEANLY. pcrfeaiy. a ' nefs . neatnefs of drefs. indifputable. manner. klem'-ment. luminoully. to To n. A certificate that of letters. without fubterfiise. difiindlnefs.CLE kle'n. kle'-renfe. CLEFT. Clean. merciful. in farriery. Mild. . imputed guilt. unite in To a. aptly. ad. Freedom from To CLEARSTARCH. ment klen^-zur. CLEANLINESS. a. flee from of debt . CLEAVE. fufFerdivifion. kla'rk-fliip. unfpotted. fpicuity. neatly. To miffion of kle'r. plainly. ftiffcn with ftarch. f. kler'-ik-al. to gainwithout kle'r. feverity. tranfpakey in which the pieceis to begin. kle'v. at the beginningof the lines of fhews the tone or a fong. luftre. dirt. refponfes purifier. natueafyexaiSnefs. v. perfon .which evacuating. coli j without referve. CLEMENT. to To adhere. kl^'-vur.v. . To fccur. brightnefs. canorous. CLEAR. from Cleave. to free from to . fully. incumbrances. kleft'-grdft. dirt or filth. Scholarfliip. to Relating the be difengagcd from tranfparency clergy. to kla'rk.to CLEAR. to unite to CLEAVE. To v. One the that in makes cleanliwho which wafhes finelinen. completely.pellucid. recover " .v. kle^r.f. kle'n. CLEARLY. To make bright. Free from dirtinefs. . not CLERICAL. F kle'r-nls. the reads the who to CLEARER. Qiiitc. noxious . holyorders. kleft'.v. man employed has been cleared at the cuftomhoufe.acutely. Neatnefs. To To immaculate.fkilful """" without deduction or CLEVER.not amCLEFT. body Obfolete. Divided. CLEAN.f. nice. of men fet apart by due ordination for the fervice of God. Tranfparency. CLEAVE. undeniable .. klen'-ly-nis.ad. rent. free from from guilt purify . to To a. To v. Mercy. klefr.f. unlaboured correctnefs filthor dirt . evidently difcernment. any incumbrance. CLEAVER.guiltlefs . CLERK. part. to kle'ii-nls.to be concomitant. grow bright. Brightner. ^- To f. liquors . CLEARSTARCHER. a. Brightly. f. pure. To C L To a. A fpacemade by the fepaevident.completely. CLEANSER. free from ad. a petty writer in publick kle'-rur. has v. to free from obfcurity . to purge from the imputation of guilt. klo'r-ftartfh. klen'-ly. . '^'^ kl^'p. humours .

. CLIENTED. The klf-ent-fliip. to with fheers . CLIFF. kli'-en-tld.meafured by at body.to CLIPPER.f. dry up. f. of The client. To place.f. gradually. v. f. to The outer cut part garment or a concealment. CLINK. 7 CLIMACTERICK.v. particular kli'me. CLEVERLY.C L O I C L ft. From the of the air. to the bend CLINCH. rock. To V. CLIPPING. profcffion klok'-wurk. The clock of inverted work with cover a conceal. CLIMACTER. the be furled. CLIMAX. carried. dependant. greflion ClifF. To hang upon by V. . the ankle j tells flowers a fort of beetle. One kllp'-pur. face of the earth. Keepingthe bed. to confume. Dexterity. CLIENT. To client. CLOAK. To a. CL'OCKMAKER.f. The klo'k. by throw- .kli-mak-ter'-ry-kal. Dexteroufly. f. to that mounts mounter. kllf'. or by weights fprings. The fame kll-mak'-tur. it is cut "' a Containing end of which befal the the to great changeis fuppofed fome polarcircles j A fpaceupon from an hour the fur- the equator in each of which day is half longeft to fpaces the longer. or fwpports . A hold- a cramp. fingers the other fide. CLINQUANT. a earth. a. . to n. CLINGY. cloak . rock. f. contradl argument. f.f. klink'.V. klu^ CLEW. of thofe by cutting. other that creeps upon fkill. kll-mak-ter'-r!k. commodious handwell-fliaped. region. klf-md-ture.a kli'me. An ficer arti- whofe is to malce clocks. applies to . a glittering. kliv'r-nls. f. with To fuppofed to end in a clinch an ambiguity. the kllntfl/. fcales any fome. A utter terrupted fmall in- {harpfucceffive noife. CLINICK. f. the of years.f. fhort cut the the incrcafe of CLIMATURE. kli. To afccnd. to to fix.as to'confirm. V. Thread wound bottom a upon . To n. The CLOCK. klin'-Ik. . guide. a fteep A A kllutfl/-ur. klev'r-ly. to hide. A kl6'k-bag.a To rifer . adhefive. fitly. CLIENTSHIP.f. klf-met. kling'-y. a tion condi- kllntfl/. The fame with klf-maks. portmanteau. ad. a Climate. certain number ufed particularly klik'-mi-kur.. a. f. an pun. f. CLIME. condition f. hold in hand To a. a pointof fingers . the \ CLIMACTERICAL. To afccnd up any place. Movements CLOCKWORK. in order advocate To direftion. kl6 k. proper. twininground with clients. CLIFT. klh/-l-kal.afccnt. is clew the fails. celTive noife. handfomely.\o diminifli coin to confine. One fucmakeafliarp. arms "nd ro ing embrace. klq/-p!ng. To a. Gradation.a. f. CLINICAL. who for counfel and defence office of bent. noife.v. a. kllft". v. CLOD.by which the fcntcnce rifcs figure To . klmk'-ant. ous dangerTo time of life. n. inftrument which a about the flocking. of years. A certain pro- double or nail in the faft. v. klink'. a region from another the by differing ture tempera- polarcircles of land to v. with raifethem. to .n. CLINK. Clinging. clijjped the hour in rhctorick. CLICK. :io CLIMB. bag in v/hich or cloaths are klok'. that debafes coin kli'me. a kli'-mur. or plant a of name a tract of Climate. CLIMB.f. f. klik'. a To kling'. f. CLIENTELE. CLING. CLEVERNESS. curtail. f. CLINCHER. f. CLOAK. CLIMATE.part.'. a an Supplied kli-en-te'le. CLOAKBAG. klu'. To a.7 a. To klf-cnt. j off.f. One CLIMBER. to polesclimates arc meafured trad a month or . CLIP.to hold. Shining. CLINCH. a herb. CLEW. S Not ufcd.

To Covetous. to together fraiturcs. klot CLOTH. f. coagulate. home from folitary munication com. to CLOG. .kl6'fe-han-d. To klo'ze. power Made a.a. inclofure . A ment retirereligious kloi'f-tur. CLODPOLL.a To klo'ze. of earth a. upon of air. come . klo'ze. . kloz'-it. to load load. kloi'f-tr!s.v. . kld'fe-ftol. its own CLO Ciofc with. coalefce. the fliutting up .'oven vcflure. CLOSE. Shut fait. .not revealed . privacy . confined. acftof a . without wandering. admitting of fecret. a. conceal Solitary. pret. To invcfl with garnuius. to burthen. any L hlo'th.v. A thickfcull.to . an a wet here ad- of to obrtrudlion women. To n. cloudy . CLOSET. Solitary. That which has the a. be encumbered . or of additional fhoe keep them with another CLOSEHANDED.igulate. up matter. . klom'. gatherinto cretions. clods. ftiut. flioe. pieceof linen the canvafs . To Ihut with . narrow.v. klii'tti. CLOOM. grapplein wreftling j a CLOSE. outlet hung by worn wooden . ing f. imCLOSESTOOL. to To a. and klod CLOD. f. . thingthat To to one fmall diftancc . to the parts inclofing. to nun. a CLOISTER.V. nearly .to unite To CLOSE. CLOSE.athickfcull. Doltifh. retired. of CLOMB. CLODPATED. klcd'. a concluder.a dolt. a. flily .immediate. without kli'fe-nls. A chamber plement. ufed. ad. a fitthe hinder. earthy. concifc. pi- with retirement riofities. . Any thingv. not dark. The {late of beCLOSENESS. To hinder may klog'. Clofe or to to . havingthe quality covetous fecrecy. v. and . take into kld'-zhur. privacy agree cu- or clofet for The f.earthy.garnieiit. alley. a conclufion or end.bafe. f. without To a. V. CLOISTERED. CLOISTERAL.retirement . f. To Climb.f. covering . conclufion. cloudy. To fliut up. to . kloi'f-turd. joined or clofe a as f. klo'-zi'ir.to layto- conclude. or . confine. re- in CLOISTERESS. .v.without or full of clods unbroken. houfe religious To a. To to gether fliut. connection. difr intervening any fpace. of O paufeor ceflation. unite with. fliutting or Concretion. a. tance klod'-pd-tld.full to the point. which on for drtfs fpreadupon a neated deliarc pictures plural.irtstogether .to to To with. kind a motion from coakfce. or To To inlet much CLOSER. which . klog'-gy-nls. to klorf-tl-ral. O o a.habit.drcfs. from immure . thoughtlcis. of beingclogged. CLOSELY. fccretly. klcd'-dy. A finiflier. f. to cloggingup. fecrecy. to incumbrance Any hindrance. A ftupid klod'-patc. the ground. CLOD. The (late CLOGGINESS. kl6'fe-b6d-yd. Without a piazza. ftraitnefs. a. f. part. kl6's. a thingvile. A O C lump of earili or cljy. A fmall fieldinclofed . CLOG. hinder motion.d. Not fmall of pri\ate repofitory a clofet a CLOSURE. V. vif- of room fecret interview. inhabiting ance. a any thingis clofed klot'. cous or ventilation . Cloze. CLODPATE. built cloiflers. hidden. concrete. fecluded dolt. covetoufneis. kl'^fe-ly.nifli . a V. . folitude. To p. that CLOT. Confifting CLODDY.to hang co. by r. compail. CLOSEBODIED.attentive. fome- impeded.f. body exadly. form To to clots. tired.L C klod'. . narrownefs. deviatioji. A A klcz'-It. kl6g'-gy.to join. To a without fliut. flyavarice . f. v. or periftiles azza?. klci'm. an agreement inclofe. want compaclnefs. To klog obftrucl . kloi'f-tur. the in the end. CLOD. Pronounced CLOTHE. a. in to fpaceintervening. brief. refcrved. f. fliutup CLOSET. con- peltwith clods. CLOG. clear. CLOISTER. to To time dull fellow. rechifenefs. klod'-pol. turf. a dolt. inlet.to join Clofe upon. to f. trufty . To To a. folidity .depend- the world. . CLOGGY. periftile.grume. n. without a To n. fellow.a.v. klog f. vent.f. n. table in with.

the name CLUB. To a. v. f. block- . To CLUB. CLOWNISH. to were fuppofed kW-dy-ly. . obfcurely. clumfy. CLOUDY.obfcure. kliib^ v. brutality. With clouds with clouds. f. herb. klow'-nlfh.L C garment*. concurrence. darkly.ill-bred ad. an of of good fellows affembly contribution. to make . itsfmelling cannot fatiety. a. CLOUTED. of a. to ina fpike by ftriking fome valuable . to a. CLOUDILY. klou''d-kum-pel'-ungainly. to nail up guns. A To a.not intelligible. any ftate of or of dark- or obfcurity nefs. kloy'-lls.7a. to A live y6'-vurd.unclouded. Covered .rments. kl6t'-tur. a. wardlytogether. Clumfy. Clear. To kl6'vn-fdt-ld.V'ingthe klo^-vur. ruftick. clo- with cloth for any A coat or archers fhot . beingcovered uncivil. CLOUDCOMPELLING. CLOUTERLY. klou'd-kapt.That CLOYLESS. A f.v. klow'-nc-ry.kl. churl . the fliot cu. an klou't. CLOVE-GILLIFL0WER. To 7 A heavy ftick . caufe to fate. CLOUDINESS. parts. a A a To coarfe ill-bred man. The dark colleamn other bodies . . CLOWN. CLOVEN-HOOFED. a klou'-t!d.Haklo'vn-hoft. CLUB. To obfcure. klou'd-ber-ry. clouds. by whom !ing.a. jointcharge. live in To One trims the cloth. Satiety. Ruf- CLOWNISHNESS. to fufnilh or with adorn to CLOTHING. U CLOVEN-FOOTED. auk- ward. CLUB. Thick"ull. of a. fatiate. Topped with Gonfifting To CLOUD. of Jupiter. CLOVE. in the white to To CLOUD. preterite A rates.f. grow cloudy. furfeit . klow'-nlfli-nls.ad. j mart iroa an axle tree. ver. CLOY.^ve-jll'-l^-flowr. a reckoning . join klub''. CLOTHSHEARER. a. vefture.'o Clover. CLOUT.a. n. klou'-tur-ly. Ill breeding. rufticks or clowns clouds. i.to cloth. Ternate . f.to. CLOUDCAPT. Obfcurcd a. fpecies luxurioufly. providewith clothes. klit'-ty. pret. Coarfely. f. . clouds v. klou't. V. f. klou'd. f. An epithet be colledled.darkncfs . to klow'n. luminous. To klou'd. cloth of trefoil.or ftains in flones. A maker of doth. CLOUD. not perfpicuoufly. concrete. lefs evident . churl i/hnefp. dark. CLOVER. CLOWNISHLY. f. gloomyof look. klow'-n'fh-ly. one To contribute to common eiFect. pours va- air. plate CLOUT.concreted. pay a common reckoning. incivility. rudely. ftate of brightnefs. patch. coarfenefs ticity. klou'd-l!s. kla'tR-Iha-rur.kloy'-ment. expence like cloves. CLOT'i'Y. The klou'-dy-nis. marked with fpotsor kbVve. f. tree kloy^v.from Cleave. CLOVEN. which at ufc J me. CLOTHIER. C O with drefs } to covef drefs .V. f. is to CLOVERED.part. of Cleave. CLOUDBERRY. patch on a coagulate.head. CLOTTER. dark veins. foot divided into f. kiS'-thydr. open.dividend one fpiccbrought feed of a. from klow'nz-rauf-turd.1. repletion. the fruit or of the parts into which a very large fegarlick of klub'. part. the touch-hole. to To n. coagulated. fiowcr fo caHedfrom which of the Cuits of cards . to with variegate with darken klou'd. a. the veins. To n. CLOWNERY. Drefs. f. . Full of clot?. f. CLOV/N'S-MUSTARD. . L f. CLOVE. mend joinauk- to Congealed.an the anciently. CLOTPOLL. CLOUDLESS. k!ou'-dy. plant. klo'-thfng. veins. CLOYMENT. want of An To with clouds ^ nor cheerful . who klo'vn. pa The klo've. gr. not . fhoe a with to cover coarfely.f. tv. called alfo knotberry. klot'-p5!.

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the of any fmall birds . ko'l-mine. the general.f.f. a fort of fea-fowl. Th. triumphant. . to fix the . COARSENESS. to a. A coals ko-a-les^v. COAL-STONE.as of the office .Screwform. flioes. clumfy a COBISHOP. kob'-l-uniz. are any animal the ka'kf-ur. COB. other. COAL-BLACK. want ko'fl. mafs kob^ f. a. vefture. f. infed from a. The clear. Of a fcrewcd f. a. armorial enfigns " found. Concretion. any mend any thing thingclumfily.a. COBALT. ko'l-wurk. COAL-^VORK.f. f. COALESCE. roughnefs. coal. COAXER.any trap or COCCIPEROUS.f. balance . fmall a the form of needle of a a hat . n. ko'f-tur. To a. coarfely . tion fpace. are boy in a woman's a flint .ad. Black the habitof in the of highcfl: degree. fhop. To a. contraft power. to . ko't. dug. coalery. COARSELY. Cock-a-Hoop. unrefined of boy'sgame. are To a. meannefs. to body. narrow koVe-ly. heap of hay . end. . that tegument the infancy. coals placewhere f. A coadjutant k6-bilh''-up. Con- vile. COARCTATION. a education .f. Without A kob'-fwon. To COAT.exulting. fo called that have are f. the ihore .k6'-kle-a-tId. fea. near roufly ko't. COBNUT. COARCT. a fpoutto let is water out gun the a place. .a. Xhe edgeor marginof the want knob a k6k-s!f'-fe-rus. union. maiTes to . COAL-MINE. or The with impregnated to join. upper garment COAT. upright . fpace. COCHINEAL. ko'rfe-nis.f. finenefs . flat- mean a. COCK. the in which dug. COBBLE. which not meanly.to A kob'-alt. COALY. ko'l-plt. a notch To I'he head COCHLEATED. any civil un- Impurity. f. in- COAST. An finenefs. To ko-ark-ti'-Ihun. COCK. want groflhefs. COALERY. COBSWAN. COAL-PIT. his drefs .the dangeris over. mean. k6-a-llfl/-un. rudely. COARSE. The male to the hen . k6\s. rudeof delicacy j roughnefs. To kok'. dial .V. or coaft. f. or ing lead- turbinated form. To COAX. COBBLER. To near web or net of a Plants berries.that Ihews the direction of the wind . of nicety. the a will .not elegantly . are coalf. A pit for digging ko'l-ftcLne.C COG A O ko'l-bldk. Containingcoal. kob'-web. contracliberty. next old of fwan. f. an that llrikeswith boat . ko^fe. kob'l. Irons with COBIRONS. inelegant j . finement. where f. grow COALESCENCE. ko'-kle-ar-y. COBWEB. fnare fpider . failclofe by the fall by. To flatter. elegantly. f. rude. To fct cred. manners . ko'ft. together. To COAST. a. the lock the of a cockboat. petticoat. any . do top. A To k6-a-les''-scns. f. kih'.The ko-V-ti'-fliun- of juftment wheedler. kok'. f. to hold bolt fet up the hat with mould the form an air of petulance of the hat. ko'-ly. nefs of mender A workman kob'-nut. ko'll. unite in To n. civilly . COASTER. He that failstimo- the fhore.v. to head kob'-lir.^ or jierfon. kutfli'-in-el. (late. land in bif. A place kol'-yer-y.V.f. to terer. COALITION. f. Coaft To COAST. V. invert. COCHLEARY. v.v. COAPTATION. coals A mine f. ko-irk't. marcafiteplentifully A arfenick. make or ftraighten. f. The male or of other any a fmall of flyle a liquorat the part of arrow. COB. cannel . Union in parts to each confine one rcltraintto of any ad- a. or red colour is extracted. to cover. the weathercock. the upper at uuaccomplifhtdby grofs. wheedle.V. f. which To fort of A of covering on lower part demonftrative portrayed. reftraintof Not refined .

crow. the head . of feveral kok'l. COCKBROATH. triumphant. cocks. A weed that grows in corn. applegenerally of power to together adting fomc k6-fcf-flfl/-ent. Virginian hawthorn.a. or COCOA. To inclofe in f. To corn-rofe. The afl of boiling. COERCE. Cockfight for prize. COCKET. of any quantity act of thing. fighting the hat. COCKLED. f. f.f. To in which law. ko'-ko. A young king'scuftomhoufe. cocks kok'-kur. check. certain. kok^-ke-ril. CODICIL. kok'-fhun. f. COEMPTION. cock.f. COCKLE. COCKNEY. A fmall fhell-fifh. force. a place on fight. time indulge. in fniall heaps. are To houfe the officers of the cuftom- by merchants. the or v.back. To kok'. COCKHORSE. v. is entered.f. That which of another. f. f. kok'-wed. An kod'-ling. kod'. A kod'. ko'de.f. COD. f. COCKSPUR.f. The ko-e-qualM-ty. a.v. fpiral kok'l. COCKER. buyingup the whole One book end. COCK.or turbinated. native of London . at and To a. f.f. as merchandize a f. kcj-er'-slbl. feeds quadrille. kok'-maf-tir. COEFFICIENCY. likewife to COCTION.to One follows the who fportof cockfighting. CODLE. a. kok'-fun. A f. the ftate of COCKMASTER. O may be ought to be rcftrained. low citizen. a ko-dll'. kod'-flfti. fondle.f. Equal. CODFISH. The k6-tf '-f!-ka-fy. The room over that cocks. COCKLE. To n. COEQUAL. COCKWEED. ko-e'-qual. a. that COERCION. COCKATRICE. fpecjes COCKSWAIN.a. kok'-fite. or ufe ftrut. kok'l. k6-^f-f!fl/-en-fy. P p COKR- . a. COCKBOAT. plant. officer that pepperwort. Cooperation. by reftrained. hold up COCK'sHEAD. COEQUALITY. at kik'f-hcd. COERCIBLE. A feal belonging to the delivered Corruptly of palm-tree.f. wrinkles. COCKLOFT. V. horf. fea fifn A lodged. E wort. keep in order ko-tr'fe. ftairs. Made by baking. kok'-kit. COCKEREL. f. CODE. kik'-kur. CODILLE. of ftate beingequal. V. The kok'-krd-Ing. f. Penal reftraint. A has the command longing fmall boat be- A cock.f. A match kok'-horfe. ribband A in worn kok'-n-trls. deck of^a term unites its action with the adion To A A a ombre f. f. a of the civil thingsaSing together. to train COCKADE. fcroll of ment parch- a that warrant their f. kokl-M'rs. /hip. COCKPIT. effeminate. kod'l. COEFFICIENT.f. Broath COCKER.f. On kod'. made tander a by boiling COCKCROWING. To a.fain- Coxon. con Shelled. Confidently COCKSURE. kok'-fpur. of cocks. The of the cockboat. fpecies kok'-til. a. kok'-brith. COCKLE. An appendage to kod'-y-sil. A f. parboil. COCTILE.dit- A f.c the cock of gun a for C c o difchargc . COCKAIATCH.f. foin. Winding COCKLESTAIRS. That a. a f. V. To to reftrain. A pofedto kok'f-kom. f. cock's egg. COCKFIGHT. which plant. kok'-ny. to a raifc hay COCK'sCOMB. of medlar. COD. garret. ko-er'-fhun. The ko-emp'-fhun. CODLING. codled. breeds game To book. the lower area where cocks man will. rife from a to a ferpcntfup- A f. To loufcplant. COEFFICACY. f. kok'-fho'r. f.to kok-ka'de. fingle trad into kok'ld. The kok'-pit. kok'-loft. kik'-mitfh. war. a. kok'-bot. Any cafe or hufk COD.f. any f. cod.

To by it. To treafure up To COFFER. kog'. at Equally ad. be the fubje(5t kodzh'-I-tiite. COEVAL. Knowledge. COEXIST. COGNIZABLE. kof'-fy-man. power of a. it afts upon duration with another. What a. COGENCY. kig'-nl-tlv. with equaleternity COETERNITY. COGITATE. COFFEEMAN. To lye. fe- die. COETERNALLY. think. may of thought. COGNITIVE. k6-eg-zis'-tent. COGNISOUR. thebcr^ The ries of the cofFee-trae. COGITABLE. the ko-e-ter'-nal. the power of thought. f. COESSENTIAL. eternal with .refiftlefs. tenements or COGNIZANCE. kd'-ek-ften'-ftiin. being. k6f''-f)-p6t. participation in lands Having meditation. of the Participation COETERNAL. The COFFEEPOT. Of the fame age. COG. COGITATION.to wheedle. k6-e''-val. Exiftence ko-eg-zis'-tenfe. fpace coff"ee-tree . v. kof-fy. that which has of That of reftraining by punifhment. to is acknowledged. He kon-y-ze''. COGNITION.v. n. notice. To To another. f. A contemporary. meditation.f. COGNOMINAL. Force. Hate of of the foot above COFFIN. COGGLESTONE. To k6-ekf-ten/. judged.a. houfe One that inclofe in a coffee is boiled. of tht power the COG F which has "dead bodies layingreftraint. examined. COESSENTIALITY. f. A cheft generally for COFFER. To fame eflence. tend ex- with another. pot in which the V. a. f. The COEXTENSION. Forcible. COEVAL. a wheedler.v. a. A kof'-fy-houfe. coffin. comptroller. obtrude cure another. COFFIN. A littleftone. kodzh-l-tiZ-ftiun. fame a hoof ko-ef-fen'-flial. ko-eg-zll^''. kodzh'-i-tebl.is a To a. the coronet. eth or court. Having equalwith eternity another nal eter- ko-e'-vus. of the coffin bone. a drink made infufion of thofe berries in hot by the f. to To a. notice judicial or the knov/ing. f. another COGNISEE. f. f. Judicial kon'-y-zanfe.by which any one is known. COETANEOUS. acknowledgeth f.V. authority of the fame effence.purpofe. fix cogs in a wheel. To Of a. in chefts. the fame time with another. of his cluding in- direiStits fall. falfehood . ko'-fur. pye CofFm f. Of the fame age. COEXISTENCE. kof'-fln.a. A flatterer. kog'. That kon'-y-zcbl. force. f. to the fame fpaceor ftatcof extending COFFEE. a cog . ki'-jen-fy.refieftion previ- the a"3:of to aftion . a horfc. Having kog-nom'-I-xtal. kog'l-ftSne. exiftence from kof'-fIn. a fine that pafT- a fine. kog'-ur. a badge. to wheedle flatter. ko'-jent. where cofFee is fold. f. ko-e-ter'-nl-ty. to age with another. kog'. To whole put into the groundj are paftefor the fame a. A fame of the relation. the fame f.O C k6-e/-slv. a.^ COGNO- . Vv^ith refiftlefs ko'-jint-ly. water. kog-ni'-fliun. time with mould convincing. To f. ad. COG. To To v. the fame n. by which kog'. another. in hollow a keepingmoney . kS'-f^-rur.a. namc. f. f. kodzh'-l-ta-tiv.trial. The nature. Thought. COG. kS-e-ta'-nyus. COEXTEND. givento f. kog-nifti'-un. fortification.V. f. majefty's ficer ofprincipal next under the cheft in which whom f. The tooth of a wheel. COGITATIVE. ment lodgacrofs a dry moat. . k6-ef-fen-fha/-i-ty. n. Having COEXISTENT. completeconviction. a. Having a. COGNATION. covered kd'-fur. f. exiftence at the fame time with another. pating Particia. at v. to as COGENTLY. keepsa coJleshoufc. ous thinking. Kindred. COERCIVE. proper to be fallsunder tried. COFFERER. a. To a.fo COG. Is he k6n'-y-z6r.forcibly. COFFEEHOUSE. a. COGGER.to wheel. In a kd-c-t^r'-nal-ly. f. COEVOUS. k6-e'-val. COGENT.ftrength.

mark. k5-h/-fy-dent. That kig-nos'-s!bI. rope wound. ftick together To COHERENCE. fo that joined together.money . cicement. The koi'l. the fymptomsbetokening koi''-nur. COISTRIL. A five hundred about containing foot . minter To . COIL. adl by which two bodies made by burningpitquenchingthe cinders.buftle .in to . Copulation. v.v. COHABIT. place. a.f. f. a COJOIN. compafs. regularly not contradiiSory. Money ftampedwith of fuit. has a Tumult. COINDICATION. That has the power To lity qua- ko-hlb'-it. COKE.f. That ftate ^ ko-he'-ren-fy. kwoi'f. k6-he're. COGNOSCENCE. TheaaofftickCOHESION. a. f. To One into imprciTion . k6'-h5-bate. . a any kind. a. ^ of their parts bodies in coiningmoney coiningmoney the fame upon of feveralbodies or fame parts a or one things difcourfe . f. f.f.falling upon of tendency the thingsto concurrent. in confiftency . the diftilledliquor upon and the n. may ko'ke. diftillit again.f.f. To COHERE. ad end. Fewel coal under earth. Knowledge.f. place.v. ko-hab'-!t. COHORT. the dependence. kig-nom-l-na'-lhiii. n. ill an f. To with another as in the To n. f. n. ko-joi'n. f. a of body warriors. dependency. COINCIDENT. A corner.concurrence-. the a. A furnsme. kd-He'-s!v. f. The COINAGE. a. of of or . koi'l. maker a ftamp king's . kog-nos'-sens. withdrawn liquoragainupon what it from. To a. . to who be well conne^led j to koi'n. for money woman gatherinto a is divided. a a ing f. a. point. the come together. To join with . of the fame. theyrefiftfeparation . nar" fenfe. coif. ny f. koi'-nldzh. kwol't. quality.and COLANDER.linfe. are quoin. point. COIL. ingtogether . f. to another To coin. ko'-hort. charges inventor. Falling upon fame the ko-he'-rent. COHOBATION. ko-he'-zhun. f. of generation . COHEIR. added the of name any accident from C OH C family. f. confiftent.to fit. hinder. of tals flampme- or invention. koi'f-tril. koi'n. To reftrain. of money. Mak5-in-dy-ka'-ftiun. v. COHABITATION. f. COINCIDENCE. COHERENCY. a legal forgeany thing. A fame counterfeiter of the csufe. fame dwell live together to f. koi'n. the relation of the texture mint ko-ln-si'de. f. fons. ed adaptfuitabietofomethingclfe. COITION. The head-drefs. COIF. a. COHIBIT. agree. COIFE. confiftent. A coward hawk. ring. To pour remainingmatter. ftateof ko-hor-ta'-fiiun. n. f. to fall To another. The ftate k6-!n'-fy-. COINCIDE. whom an an feveral among of ko-e'-rls. bitant inha- fame the inhabiting ftate of placewith another married livingtogether as per- kb-ere. to concur. v. f. A v. the a cap. connexion. Ift- COHORTATION. kwoi'ft. inheritance COHEIRESS. the fame lines. k6-he'-slv-nis. COHOBATE. be known. a AVearing To and wife.to of kS-he'-renfe. rea- Stickingtogether. A thingthrown at a certain COIT. To praaice equivalent. return- the aft kC-ifti'-un. COINER. or diftilkd of any was name- K O troop of foidiers. row ko-hib-i-ta'-fliun. A equal{hare of an inheritance. hufband COHABITANT. An ko-hab'-I-tant. COHERENT. called often COIN. COHESIVE. forgery. foning.v. The COHESIVENESS. . payment of To COIN. point. beingcohefive.V. flicking together. COGNOSCIBLE. an ko-ho-ba'-fliun. COGNOMINATION. turmoil.or relating. ftate of union . . connexion. which COIN.

a oT"ftruclionof perfpiration. v. frigid. to that diforder of the flo- AfFeaingthe the other . . COLE. to premifes . that is attended with kol'-Ik. the by Chill.f. the COLLEAGUE. Side kol-lat'-te-ral-ly. GaCOLLECTANEOUS. Want .comparifonof conferring by cold. COLLECT. up feftar)'.to difentangle COLLECTION. one kol-lck'-tfv. loofely. in one parcel. That a. or To pain.to To a. chilnefs not compare with another kind ecclefiaftlcal benefice. matter collar. f. kol'-liir. . by the Collar beef. a. k6l'-lur-b6'ne. Any ftiortprayer. to draw many gainfrom obfervation . indireftly . referved. with ecclefiaftlcal benefice. employment. together.f. to examine . f. . unable the to move paflion. together. fide. to COLLATE.f. with- of to . the contribution of many.The k6l-lV-fliiJn- of vcffels clofed . bowels. The clavicle. chafte . unaffeding. Side repaft. f.and which Collect himfclf. another To unite with. chaftity. "acl of the to kol'-l'ir. To clofe fo f.COL COL f. COLDLY. la|"fing. COLBERTINE. It fome ad. COLLAPSE. or a and bind it hud roll it up. COLLECTIBLE. ad. COLATION. concern un- want coynefs. an To COLLAPSION. other meat. ko'ld-ly. To ftate clofmg or col- metal put the harnefs faftened about the ring of f. collate k6Ma-ti3re. negligently. To v. not placein To a. kol-lek'-tJbl. WORT. ad of f. COLLATOR. immediate to fide. thered Gaa. kol-la'd. COLLAR-BONE. copies.f. f. kol-la'-fhun. One that one who a. COLICK.v. aconA Collar of brawn. kol-lek't. To flip the Collar. COLLAR. round the neck A of beftowing in . fall together. COLE difeafe caufed if kol-ht'-tc-ral. a. The himfclf from the or difficulty any engagement . which gatheredfrom the premifes. thingsgathered . firing kol-la^te. Gathered a. The aft of COLLATION. To of temper frigidity in COLLATITIOUS. f. k6l-lek'-lhun. employed in collectivenoun confcquenccs . not afFe"tionate. Cabbage. kol-lck-tlfi/-is. thered a. havingcold qualities. COLLEAGUE. of ftrain- art k6l-ber-te'n. kol'-lekt. a to inducing decx- preflcs .or manufcripts. diffufed on of kind A out withnot volatile. runningparallel . COLATURE. accumulative . f. a. or beftowing.not thing of one kd'le. k"l-le'g. kol-lck-ta'-nyus. cordial fame books. f. kind fame is the COLLAUD. may horfc's neck . v. A kol'-leg. ing want- either equalrelation to direct. and To k6-li'-fliun. mafs. ko Id. gathering together. Done a. praifing. ko Id. pollar. welcome. pares com- prefents join in partner in office v. . lav/.to take on each fule of the neck. f. coy. as of out heat. units into to one infer from recover from together gather fum . havingfenfe of cold paflions . an- . a kol-la-tlfh'-is. or retains parts. worn The ftrained. fenfation nothingbe by fide . COLD.f. A fieve throuc^h kul'-lln-dur. benefice . COLLECT.n. kindnefs . COLDNESS. concern. by the To throati To fcizc COLLECTIVE.a. in collateral relation. the COLLATERAL. the privationof heat . to thofe a. thingof ing. the . the colon mach or but . concurrent. lace poured. of To k6'le-wurt. COLLATERALLY. an that ftand ceftor . clofe with one ftraining. furprife. which is mixture a the thicker The tering of fil- art filtration. COLLECTITIOUS. caufe of the fenfation of cold. Without k6'ld-nis.collation a heat. by kol'-lk. any bowels COLICK.gift. be _ the bones To COLLAR. kol-la'-tur. Cabbage. women. not The cold. or COLD. is the quantitybound deduced from premifes. . fide touches one is a diforderof ftriaiy kol-lap's. COLANDER. the indifferently. v.

all the intcftincs. f. difl'olved. more. a ihipthat f. To animal. A binding kil-ly-ga'-fhun. COLLIGATION. a COLLIQUANT. COLLEGIATE. knock COLLIERY. kol-lo'g. pieceof wheedle. has . kil-li-m:\'-fhun. the built at a COLLET. f. To k6l-l6-ka'-fiiun.l-lin-y-a'-fhun. in general koI-ItV-tur. f. f. placing . point[:]ufed A . COLMAR.f. An inhabitant kil-le'-jcn.to ftation. cona. teft.he power a concerted. oppofition. Conference. ad. are To f. fitionof COLLIDE. n. as a melt. COLLOGUE. a. a clafh. f. a ointment for the eyes. COLLUDE. COLLOCATION. COLLEGE. the bodies place.- two kol-lu'-slv. to lived together. ad. COLLY. an went which f. k6l'-l^. f. a. COLLOCATE. being kc-l'-ld-kate.to COLLUCTATION.n. f. . COLLINEATION. mafs. not fingly. 1 he kc". fraud fecret concert. COLLUCTANCY. of ki'l-mar. An kol-le^-ryum. The beingplaced. college . Carryingon kol-lu'-fur-y. the about neck that part of . a comma. a COLLIQUEFACTIONjkol-lik-we-fak'-fhun. Conkol-luk-ta'-fliun. To COLLIQUATE. f. f. of cabbage. k6l-lizl/-un. a fet for of men or religion fociety learning . Relatingto a college. or compaftbetween A deceitful or more. coals a. one lax melting. dug . A member kol-le'-jet. to kol-lfde. of an man. fon to whom f. kol-lo-ku'-Ihun. the Q_q fort of pear. a A aft of or is left a legacyin with common A community . body. univerfity kol'-lit. kol-l^'-jel. COLLEGATARY. kol'-l6-kwy. COLLIQUAMENT. a A that of period. COLLIQUATION.The placewhere kol'-yer-y- COLLIFLOWER. f. COLLECTOR. COLLIQUABLE. gatherer. A kol'-lup. flatter. coals .ccto which any thingis reduced The by be- in!7melted. To a a agreement kind confpirc To fraud. a the ftone is fet. COLLIER. ner man- kol-llk'-wibl. Fraudulently. f. kol-lil'-zhun. aft of The ftateof together . koMon. f. fmall fliceof meat . apart the houfe in which refide. v. church. a inftitutedafter the college. COLON. beat.f. fraudulently a"t of aiming. Containing kol-le'-jet.f. fubftai. a To v.a. f. COLLYRIUM.thoughitfclfbe prefles lingular. ference. In kol-lu'-siv-ly. diluted ftate of the or kol-Uk'-wa-tlv. The k6l-!y-kwa'-fliun. Eafdy a. dealer in coals . diflblve. together. a was acl of two ftriking a a The COLLISION. COLLUSORY. Something that To the ftateof COLLOC'UTION. converfation. COLLECTIVELY. f. number a meltingtogether. by f. college.v. contrariety. a. together. a multitude.a fluidsin animal bodies. Aim. a. COLLEGIAN. kol-lti'de. v. Con- talk. tax-gatherer. f. the coal trade. prefbyters COLLEGIATE. paufegreaterthan kol'-ly-kwant. in carriescoals. A perk6l-leg'-a-ter-y. COLLIQUATIVE. Melt- diflolvent. f. COLLUSION. a ringin To dafl). was collegiate diftance from of of manner fuch as ftruck To wherein cathedral. A digger of kol'-yer. f. to company. ing. v. together. f. A kol'-ly-How-ur. kol'-lidzh. Oppokol-lik'-t^n-fy. COLLUSIVE. f. converfation. Thefmutofcoal. COLLUSIVELY.COL COL kil'-ly-kwSte. a. to mark and kfs and wid-ftof grcateft COLONEL. certed. COLLOP. Thatwhich than that of melting. the collegians COLLEGIAL. aft:of college. COLLIiMATION. kil-llk'-wa-ment. nature. of a. In a Icol-lek'-tlv-ly. COLLOQUY.

the ftate of with fileor being into ka-lo-rlf'-Ik.v. ad. the COMBAT. fecl tooth in young ko!-lo-na'de. A painter who excels in givingthe proper colours to his de- figns. magnitude. f. the f. a female kolMum. regiment. ourty. an enfign To COLOUR. f. Streaked. An inftrument to feparate and COMB. excufe . leaves like the meadow-rue ko^-mur. dif- a circle .di- COLOURING. COLOURIST. the appearance of blood in the face j the tint of the painter . ke'm-brufh. COiMBAT. kCil'-lur-ubl. COMBI- . COMB-MAKER. dies to the eye. The kul'-lur-ing.battle. The chief commander COLONEL. To n. f. A plant COLUMBINE. divided columns. ko'lt. kol-o-ra^-fhun. A plant.. upon coloured.LlAN. difentangle fpinncr. koi'-un-y. producing COLOSSE. a. of war. lours. COLTS-TOOTH.a. page. tranfparent. k6lM6-kwm'-tI-da. k6-lim''-ba-ry. kd'lts-fat. COMBINATE. painter's art that teaches to layon part of his ko-lu'rz. body of f. a. kun/-but. Aftatueofenor- k6''-l6s''-sus. co- the top To COMB. people COLTISH. COLOSSUS. exarcprefentation falfefhew. of colouring practice . Without a. A round pillar COLUMN. a ftandard. To COMBER. power of the ko-los'. COLUMNAR. appearance. divide. f. It is a called violent purgative. die . appearance the 7a. A doveto inhabit fome COLUMBARY. COLORATE. from the drawn The fruit of plantof a bitter apple. dueL COMBAT. . or To horfe young foolifhfellow. imper- kb'lts-to'tti. f. If. promifed. Twogreat circlesfup- the adjuit hair . charadler in a pantomime. to layany thing confifting fmooth. lour. f. f. f. f. kol'-um-bme. COLTS-FOOT. to for the Betrothed. Companion. make plaufible. To a.f. a champion. COLONELSHIP. f. or the fame name. plant pofedin or figure. f. creflof To a. a befool. ko'l-tifh. that He f. Specious. mother-country diftantplace. COLOURABLE. COMATE. kun/-ba-tant. COLOURLESS. To oppofe. COLONNADE. JcilMur. Conteft. To kul'-lurd. charader of colonel. part. COLOUR. v. That has a.k6-lum-na'-ryan.COM COL kuZ-ncl. of troops . COLT. Speci- COLOURED.f.FormL. or the bees cavities in which ko'm. circular a . plough. with fights another. v. He trade is whofe lay it fmooth kom'-bl-nke. when a line equalparts by a COLURES. COLOQUINTEDA. fharpiron of a pillars. died. COLONY. co- kul'-lir-ift. kuL-lur. f. f. the plural. COLONISE. cot. hue. a.antagonift .in palliation. ko'l-tir. The ku/-ncl-fh!p. COMBATANT. One whofe combs. An horfes . and f. Giantlike. any bafe its the body prefling long vertically . any feriesor range of a young Obfolete. A brufli to COMB-BRUSH. a k6''lt. The art COLORATION. ka'm-ma-kur. COLOSSEAN.V. The of bo- of any thing fuperfirjally mined. a. the honey. wool. as to comb wool. Coloured. verfifiedwith hues. k6''me.f. To mark with hue.and adjuft ments of filahair. colours. f. A a. kum'-but. a cock lodgetheir . a love of youthful pleafure. pLiufiblc. of f.f. ko -mate. Wanton. a. die or . kul'-lur-lls. paifing through pofed to pafsthroughthe polesof the world. The COLTER. a plantation. A COLT. 5 mous k6-l6f-fe'-an. COLORIFICK. A of periftile feriesof columns. office kol-6-m'zc. . kulMir-ub-ly. kol'-o-rate.the country planted. C cd in COLUMNARIAN. the fome of name the middle. k6-lun/-nar. clean combs. with inhabitants. v. f. trade is to make COLOURABLY. v. To To a. a. kum^-but. to to palliate. fight. half row two to plaufibly. a pigeonhoufe.

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To To have rightof gent commanding.f. Moving from the of kum-men'fe. kum-ma'nd. approach. or beetle. Beginningdate notes point which dethe diftindion of claufes. power. readyto come.in ation. COMICALLY. kom'-men-dabl. Forward. order. mcafurc. COMMAND.readyto kum''-muig. kom-men'-da-tur-ry. fhun. To come. anything. To to to pub- kim-mem-mo-rl'- a6l of An COMMEMORATIVE. f. Favourably reprefentative . f. kom-men'-da-ta-ry. make of. ft:ate coming. COMMENDATION. power . the preferve To a. blf-i-ty. of beingcomical. as beginning a f. a f. commended the to clerk to be One who holds a in living commendam. COMING. f. COMMENSURABILITY. a chief fupreme authority. kum-ma'nd. becha- new taken To v. Laudably. f. f. f. kum'-ming. come. marked thus [. or of being mea- Capacitvof another. fome COMITIAL. authority. The V. aflemblies of the COMITY. a.belonging. Com- being void.a. v. be- commence kum-men'fe-ment. COMICK. containing precepts the decalogue konvmcn'-dur. The kum'-ming. of efleem. to to remembrance. COMING-IN. come. ko-me'-fhal. a To gin. Mandate. f. order. kum-ma'nd.-mo-rate. Revenue. . to comedy. ad of of beingcome. kcm-ma-te-ryar-!-ty. kom-ma-td'-ryal. . COMICALNESS. Tending to preferve memory a. is chargeof fome fufEcient fupplied. n. a kum-mend'. people. COMMENDAM. f. Reftmblance man wo- fiding Cona. Courtefy. k6m-mem'-mo-rabI. kom-mem'. j Laudable. COMMANDERY. lick aa. v. other to this place. defpotifin authority. take to kum-men'fe. v. with honour. fent as mention time when degreesare univerfity. vern. A kum'-ma'n-dl-ry. kom-men'-dabl. lowihipof table. arrival. The COMMAND. to be mentioned Deferving To comedy.Fclkom-men-fal'-i-ty. f. veiled with kum-mA COMMATERIAL. COMMEMORATE. mendam COMMANDER. COMING. kom'-mlk. fame f. Relating a. Praifcr. be done . kom'-men-dab-ly. n-drls. the fupremeauthority. f.COM COM ad. to beginning. of the fame matrcr f. the of eminence. f. n. to the knightsof Malta. COMMA. a very great wooden body of the . COMMEN- . COMMENDER. COMMENDABLY. favourable Recommendation. to To gin. To to a civility. has the kum-ma'n-dur.worthy of praile. precept. v. to overlook. fome by memory COMMEMORATION.declaration reprefentation .. COMMENDATORY. f. is worthy of manner a which benefice. radler. future. raifing COMING. COMMENCEMENT. quality a. COMMATER'ALITY. to have to fo direft to as that fubjeiSt be feen. to f. A fupremeauthority. COMMENSALITY. part. publickcelebration. kom'-ma. in the . to Relating kom-mem'-mo-ra-dv. commend- k6m-m"/-dum. To a. another.to recommend with to recommend approbation.command. ad. nation. COMMENDATARY. a. ") COiMMENDABLE. COMMEND. fured by kom-men-fu-ra- beingcomparedwith thi.a. coing. fuit. make COMMENCE. by way praife. the adl of commandorder. inkum-mlng-In'. To goCOMMAND. COMMENCE. in fometiung 2 its matter. kum-ma'nd-ment. In kom'-ml-kal-ly. givenby God to Mofes. mirth. raifes mirth j in as manner a fuch kom'-ml-kal-nls. The to giveorders it may to .as to with another. a. a. He a that paving mallet. kom-men-di'-fhun. fupremeauthority . a befitting manner praife.J. repre- worthy of notice. COMMANDMENT. COMMEMORABLE. of COMMANDRESS. kom'-i-ty. f.

f. To notate. empower. by an COMMENSURABLENESS. To COMMINUTE. To COMMIT. the ftateof that which number acl of by by which a conftituted. n.proportionable kim-m^nu'te.a.rtisjoined kum-nilt'. ano- trades for another To COMIvIISSION. into reduce to fome COMMENSURATE. 'COMMENSURABLE. a delegate. an city. of mcafuring. pity. kom-men'-fu-ret-ly. of warrant authority.from one country to To ther. a. kom'-mer. kim-men'-fu-nke.ji. exercife fpiritual in placesof the jurifdiciion Ex- Invented.with COMMENSURATE. Exchangeof COMMERCE. To grind. konZ-mtn-ter-y.f.AIERCE. by confent. kum-mifii'-un. f. fome thingsto meafure. peoplefrom one country to ajio- COMMINATION.act Relating common is omiiTion mother. for one thing another. Denunciator)'.trade. annotation. COMMENTATOR. mafs. Worto fome fhun. v. f. of To COMMISSURE. n. koin-mlih-urc.f. COMiMENT. f. a another. to v.n of provifion. v. to To a. to COMMENT. a. To hold To COM. COMMISSARISHIP. kSm'-mcrfe. gible. kim-mlz-l-rr-fhun.traflick. jiarexpofition. a. proportion. COMMISERABLE.'. kom-miV-u-Ibl. an- write notes. f. k6m-m!ng'l. kim-mer'fe. an made as '0 commerce Not who plainer. kom-men-fu-rf/COMxMENSURATION. kom-men'-tur. f. ToCOMMiGRATE. A k6m-my-nr-Jhun. thy a. COMMENTITIOUS. COMMINUTION. committinga crime: fins a or A army. v. annotator.0 C M kim-men'-fi\-rabl. Pity. mix To Commenfurability. equal. . blend. thf recital of God's threatenines on ftatjddavs. With the capacity "". expofition. Redu"5iion of fome . kom-miV-a-rftte. COMMISERATE. a : a of are number from fins of diftinguifhcd of peoplejoined in a truft isintruftedto of joint as the broad fealwas officers. to mix.charge.to companionate. rative in familiar manner. One to removal of warrant . An COMMENTER. COMMISSIONER.kom'-mi-grate. yard a O ducible Re- reducible to a. f. f. f. remark . remove a far diocefe. Fran- powder. . a.imaginary. COMMINUIBLE. fuch the ufcd. threat. f. ad. kom-mln'-na-tur-y. The which any truftis held officer military ofiice. to placewhere one pr. a f. inch. Reducible to fome and are a foot C mcafurcj as common meafured rabl-n's. intercourfe.a truft. COMMISERATION.v. perfon. traflick. tor fac- To included in a ". a warrant office.v. kom'-ment. meafure. a.a. put into cornmilTion. a. The kim-m"''-nil'-fliin. of commiffion a. kom-mcn-ta'-tur. kom-mt/-fhal. kom-mm-fu-ret. COMMISSARY. one COMMINGLE. iher. COxMMENSURATELY. An COMMENTARY. the order by which v. "MMERE. entrufling any thing. An officer k6m'-m!f-fir-y. COMxMISSION. deputy occafionally.tcndernefs. kom'-mif-fer-y-flilp The kom-men-tiih'-us. A kom-ml-gri'-fnin.?. T. n. kum-mlfli'-un-ur. an companion. a appoint. threatening. givem truii3 to Joint'. To V. To a. To unite another thing. kim-mlz'-e-rabl. procuration f. COMlMERClAL. f. To " expound. of grinding or being into finall parts. v. To Icom-men-'fu- COMMINGLE. kom-mlng'l. common To meafure common each other. annotator. pitiable.mandate. tion. common v.notes. f. ex- diftantfrom the chief draws up liftsof office of a or kilm-mlfh'-un.compaflion. pulverifameafured by fome other thing.to pulverife. to put in any plateto be kept R r Yafcj . pofitor. to kom'-ment. M COMMINATORY. To intruft. COMMIGRATION. ficer of- and regulates commifiary. Annotations on author. a memoir .a denunciation of puniflimcnt.

without purpofe. COMMON ter mat- whom to court law. generalheads. fome confent of belongs. f. 5 ing. participation among ad. to is held in the ftatutc f. or commands to more fquadron of fFiips. a jointright with {round. COMMONPLACE kom-md'-dyuf-nis. kim-min-ple-'z. v. kom-m"'-dyuf-ly. . k6m'-mun-n!s. COMP. f. fomc f. blend. wants to Conveniently . place. COMMON pcrpe- kim-mrt'-ment.ordinary frequent. who of time Intereft. f.COM fafe . -Afl eOMMIT-MENT. peopleare reprefented . fend to do fault. kom'-mo-ran-fy.fuited fuitable. fcim'-m6-nlfli'-un. COMMONER. the confideration is order an of k^m-mun-la'. frequentoccur- book in which thingstobe bered remem- rangedunder generalheaus. COMMODIOUSNESS. one ground. he that commits. What a common.the by people.fare. Conve- accommodate. to kom-mun-pirfe- BOOK. the ? kim-mun-we'l. f. Perpetrator. kim'-mun-ebl. " eftabliflied form of civil life. COMMIXION. v. f.'hich owes to the from laws. advantage.the flate of beingmingled. merchandife. having eafyto be had. a C for orderingof or ^cither by referred.ha- refidcncc. pubnot vulgar. one prof- a are lower kom-m6-do're. the generalbody of in which.nkind. . COMMON. The COMMIXTURE. fupreme power a vernment go- is lodged in the people. f. COMMO- . mean.com- of - cond a the at COMMODE.ms obtained by long prefcription have force feudingto f. fcarce . kum-mlt'-tlbl. of head-drefs The women. fcom'-un-ur.the which the lower houfe of parliament.lt?r'. a"ls of parliament. mafs kom-mo'de. to v. kom-mlk's. nient. the titute. or member has of Oxford univerfity COMMONITION. The COMMODORE. COMMITTABLE. COMMODITY. COMMORANCY. COMMODIOUSLY. a. kom-mlk'-fliun. a. kom'-munz. vulgar. An equallyufed by many perfons. f. a. diet. The kom'-mun-al-ty. f. ad. COMMITTEE. proftitutc. kom'-mun-ldzh. of mingle. prifon. ] k6m-mun-wt. which fending to prifon. kom -mun. COMMIX. people. T f. ufually. wares. to tratL-. Equal COMMONNESS. moveable.a. kom'-mun. v. without birth or licfcent.general . Mixture. a kom'-mun. anciently COMMONABLE. no . A rence. fuitablyto a kom-modM-ty. ad rightin mingling. . f. The COMMONS. LAW. To COMMON. but now COMMONAGE. Thofe kum-mit'-t)'-.DweliCOMMORANCE. bitation. To f. feeding COMMONALTY. kom-mik''s-tfhur. joint a fludcnt of the fe- a warning. Convenience. the the people. the bulk of the houfe incorporation. reduce bok. COMMITTER. To Liable be committed. Belongingequally or owner podeflor . common f. To a. Frequently^ kom^-mun-ly. by minglingdrfFerentthings. f. A an polityy publick. to authority held in Weftminfler-hall. on common The common. neceffities. COA4MONLY.or by any king'scourt it parties. One noble not man of commons common rank right of mr. people.mean.. The f.to to imprifon prifon. ufeful. convenience profit. dlftinguifhed of Cuilr. whom to M O ground To common have COMMONWEALTH.IONWEAL. of a . f.a republick. To certain . k6m-rain-pla'fe. COMMON. COMMODIOUS. ufeful. COMMONPLACE. lick. its PLEAS. kum-mlt'-tiir. kom-mo'-dyis. the formed pound. f. than captain a. who . Advice. food. diftrefs. k6n/-m6-ranfe. f. others in open n. many frequency. advantage.

a COMPACTURE. cative. out n.COMPACTEDNESS. ranfom. combullion ditl-urbance. common f. denfely . COMPACTNESS. COMMUTATIVE. aft of of dehfe. . a. the a kim-md'-ny-ka- f. COALMORANT. gether. turb. COMAIOVE. COMPACT. to kcm-mu'-tabl. ad. kum-paa'-yun. COMMUTATION. The COMMOTION. kum-pan'-yO-nibl. COMxVIUNICABLE. COMMUNICATIVE. folid. agreement. may clfe. ther ano- obligation by one kim-mu'te. f. at- reciprocal. kom-pakt'. fyftemof A parts united.or to . diforperturbation. dwelling.MU That be unfettle. others what impartto the at COMMUNICATE. clofcnefs.'v. f. kom-mii-ny-ka-bll'- ABILITY. The or Supper. kom-mu'-nj-kabl. kom-pakt'.MUTE. jointo- compaft difcourfs. Tumult. to gether jointoto Firmnefs. whom an monwealth. COMMUTABILITY.as knowledge. kom'-miine. Intcr- body politick . bration cele- Supper. dif- The qualityof a To which fion of than one . a. f. That corporalfor exchange. focial. qualityof COMMUTABLE. "who to recounted. derofmind. to Mutual. a with partner. f. Change. COMPAGES. COMPA- . kom-mu'-ny-ka-tlv. kim-pak't-nls. . the pofieflion . v. COM. fomething . a. is To To be imparted. f. One kom-mu'-ny-kint. denfity. the blcfll-dfacrament partakeof fomething in houfes with common another. COMMUNITY. poflef- common f.to confolidate . of tiv-nis. fellowihip. kom-mu'te. not fclfifh. n. COMPAGINATION.clofe. an with v. reveal. difturber of the peace. O C a man convcrfes frequently aflbclate.the aft of giving one thingfor another . brief. com- Clofely. worihipof common neat compagination. COMPANION. v. To n. tone. impartingbenefits cord. frequency. COAIPACT. have The v. ki'm-m^-nyun.. kom'-mo'-fhun. may prefent. To COMMUTE. i-ty. many COMMUNION. . The kom-mu'-ny-ly. exchangedfor fomething kim-mu-ta'-fliun. become may more a kom-mu'-ta-t. NIC f. ment. Firm- ture.. as The . to a. COMMO To To a. common f. make fyftem. ex- place of another. is in ranfom COiMMUTLfAL. to make liberal advantagescommon. kim-pal/t-Iy. of contempt. Struckom-pak'-tfhur. qualityof being communi- common courfe.interchange COMPACTLY. to that which put change. ToCOM. the aft of A vcrfe. conference. thingin the one buy ofF. k6m-pa-j!-n. ledge know- or of Inclined a kom-mu-ny-ka'-fhun. To M Refidcnt.C O ]\1 kom'-mo-rant.MUNICANT.to impartknowledge. or pecuniarypunifn- to beingcommunicated. our own power To To kom-mu'-ny-kite. a. changing ex- kim-m"*'ve. a worfhipper. r. f. a fellow. exchange.a familiar term One .Jcom-mu'-tu-al. conimonnefs. COM. f. good fellow/liip. COMMUNICATION. con- a. TIONER. as of the Lord's To the lative Re- To a. COMMUNICATIVENESS. a. kom-md'-ny-kate. v'. f. kom-m6'-(hun-ur. COMMUNICATE. COMPANIONABLE. A contraft. ftrufture. common leaguewith to bringinto to To firmnefs. communicate. agitation. v. union the in any church. Fit for a. kom-pa'-jes. boundaryor inlet.'ikt.i'-flu'm Union. feflion. ac- Firm. v. kim-pak'-ted-nls. joining.converfation. Ifim'-p. f. COMMUNE. with knowledge.alteration . f. publick celebration of the Lord's common or publickaft .to impart fentiments mutually. pof- nefs. . a.a. k6m-mu-ta-bIl'-:-ty beingcapableof exchange. f. bargain for exemption. an COMPACT.

Pctfons kum'-pa-ny. mate.il Not ufed.a fimile in writingor fpeakingi in gram. with to.companion. one fpace. fpace. environ. kum-parn'-un. kom-pa'it-ment.tender. ftrongcft. aflbciatewith. kum-pafl/-6-nate. f.ir-t!fh'-un. companion To to . frequent to v. to be be aflbciatedwith. made I'o . kom-pat'-lbl-nis. . To - houfes or afibciation. COMPATIBLEl^ESS. aft comparing. mated one is the a a parture de- vance. a body corporate. fellowfhip. Confiftency. . ciate one's felf with. rightline. COMPARE. divifion of a together. v. v. of ad. of fignifi-COMPATRIOT. Suitable confiftent. a. COMPATIBILITY. able. a fubdivifion of a regimentof foot . Not afib- manner worthyto COMPARATIVE. procure. Di- encircle. a. ad. parative COMPASSIONATELY. attain .to make a. COMPARllMENT. and card. degrees 7 To divide. f. The k6m-p. A kim-prrt-y-ment. kum-pafh'-un. Wortl)yto compared.0 C In ad. kum-pa're. SufTeiing COMPATIENT. of pleafure con together . k"W-pa-rabl. . kum-pan'-yun-fli!p. COMPASSION. be vifion. drawn. train affembled bear company. In kon/-pa-rab-ly.to furround COMPASS. COMPANY. a ufed. v. M O acl of comparting dividing kum-paiZ-yO-ri-bly. COMPANY. CppvIPEER. a or companronabk Company. Pity. moderate ufed. kom-pat'-Ibl. fitfor. k6m-p:'/rt. the partsmarV^ ABLY. To another. COMPARTITION. To out f. pity. COMPATERNITY. of adjeftive throughits various f. pcrfons . COMPASSIONATE. perfonsunited in a joint trade or "partnerfhip a corporation . COMPARTMENT.due limits. any quantity f. Equal. COMPANION C IvI power of with co-exifting fomethingelfe. to mufick a. Not clincd To to To ufed.merciful. f. COMPARATIVELY. k6m-pa-ter'-ny-ty. a comparativeeftimate.a band . COMPANIONSFIiP. f. pity. by compariforr. kom-pat'-Ib-ly. To COMPEER. To obtain. COMPATIBLE. The ftateof beinga ad. ftVonger. kom-pa'-lhent.. pidurc. Mercifully.according to eftimatc by comparifon. f. havingthe To pity. not abfolute . ad. of equal regard. COMPARISON. comparifon.comCOMPASSION. COMPASS. f. company. confiflent eftimatc . v. to as of entertainment. kom-pat-y-bU'-i-ty. of perfons united for the execution of a number any thing. the voice to exprefsthe the inflrument with which the inftrument To of notes circlesare compofed of needle a a v. colleague.ordcfign. cation. Comparativeeftikum-pf/re.to conimiferate. kum-pafh'-un-et.as ilrong. fellowfhip . One kom-pa'-try-ut.painful fympathy. a. in. fimile. grammar. kum'-^pus. thingthe meafure of Godfather. a. f.round kum''-pus. To be cqu. compared. f. kom-pe'r. circumference enclofure. To COMPART. Eftikom-par'-a-tlv. the comkum-padZ-un-et-ly. fimilitude. wherebymariners fleer. the ftateof beingcompared . In. the of the power . an indiredt admoderation. To Not kum'-pa-ny. COMPASSIONATE. to mate. to f. . a. from flronger. In king. part. a. as the righthand power in be preparatoryto any miferation. the Confifiency. kum'-pi-ny. kim-pii'-a-tlv-ly. of comparing. agree- the relativegoodnefs orbadnefs. of the fame country. Circle. thingthan in another. the formation of an fuitably. f. .mar. with. flateof comparifon. COMPANY. f. COMPARE. COMPARABLY. ac- To v. kom-pe'r. COMPATIBLY. take meafures to thing. to To keepcompany. To . . a. The kum-parMf-fun. a. more exprefTes degree tenderly. ed manner. a. To a ftparate feparated.to to compafs the death of the to limits room. a. Fitly. an affcmbly fidered as capableof converfation . v. COMPARABLE. n.

Suitablcnefs. defire to pleafc. To a. kom-pen'fe. V kom-ph^'nc. a. kom-pcn'-fa-tlv. Short. To O To conftrain . mild.to countervail. To Civility.igainft COxMPLAINER. f. frames Shortnefs. proportionate . perHuity. kom-pen'-flte. The kcm-pcl-li'-fliin. various authors from eOMPENDIARIOUS. . f. COMPLAISANTLY. k6m-pet'-!bl. To . of capacity properly. ftilc of aUcJrefj. COMPENDIOSITY. kom-pf-lur. Perfection. f. COMPETIBLE. of any v. a. To The COMPLACENCY. COMPETENCE. f. COMPETITOR. COMPLAINANT. One againft. k"Sm-pel'. coacervation. COMPENDIUM. a"l. Civil. COMPEL. a. COMPLETE. To That To judgeor complains. than more opponent. the nccefljtiesof life j the power a who lamenter. one ( fure. or M COM V. COMPLAISANCE. fummary. completion. k6m-ptn-n\'-fhun. v. Rivalry. from a. S quantity kom'-pc-tcn-fy. to one f. plete fiilnefs. To-COMPLANE. ment. to COMPETENCY. n. COMPEND. COMPLACENT. S f without . a. fonably. to to force to to take by fitncfs. . COMPENDIOUS. kom-pla'-fent. moderately . COMPETIBLENESS. Ho kom-pei'-lur. kom-plj'-nur. a. kom'-pe-ttnt. a6t kam-p'n-dy-6s'-i-ty. f. complaifance.abridged. a. COMPENSE.to compofe. who f. adequately. COMPELLER. to a COMPLEMENT. without defeat or fit moderate j qualified. . painsor injuries . a fortune or equalto or of fubje"l difeafe.COMPLAINT. . adulation. contradied. kom-pin'-dyus. A kom-pet'-I-tur. a afTcmblage. Reakim'-p^-tcnt-ly. an another. comprehenfive. Shortnefs. kom-ple-zan'fe. a is fufficient . counterbalance. One kom-pla'-nant. with compenf. to draw f. COMPETENTLY. Reprefentation of kom-pla^nt. Perfeft. T" kom-pli'-nite. a. coiiteft. a. flat furface. COMPEN-oATIVE. i level. f. ad. COMPLACENCE. tion men- againft.a. to To inform another.af- COMPLAIN. who recompenfe. COMPELLATION. a plaint com- remonftrancc f. COMPILE. full.T^v. COMPETENT. v. to COMPILEMENT. claim of be forced. to various authors. f. com- fuadequate. an kom-pKle. k6m-pct'-Ibl-n[s. a defireof confident with. rival. . epitome. 1 f. ceremonioufly. up civllifry. A kom-pi-U'-fhun. COMPILATION. provifion.reafonable.brevity. fummarily. COMPENDIOUSNESS. fumkom'-pend. a. COMPELLABLE. COMPENDIOUSLY. fit. kom-plc-zant'. tisfaftion. violence. Abridgkom-pen'-dyum. a from compofition f. breviate. . Suitable. gratification. Civil. lodion col- write. COMPILER. Civility. f. one f. malady. which be recompenfed. Short. kom-pU'ii. to ad. may COMPENSATION. f. COMPETITION. kom-pen'-sibl. fomethingequivalent. Pleakom-pla'-fenfe. thing. Such kom'-pe-tenfc. which ) f.fakom-pli'-fen-fy. kom-pc-tifh'-un. kom-pJn'-dyuf-nis. kom-plc'tc. fable. reduce ad. COMPENSABLE. dchrous plcafe. f. fummary. the caufe v. To court.ites. That may kim-pc-l'-!abl. kem-plc-zint'-ly.com- the full quantity.of plcafing. COMPLAISANT. recompenfe. kom-prie-m^nt. a. with Civilly. COMPENSATE.completeftt. that forces To various authors f. kom-pen-dy-i'-ryus. oblige. f. niary. Recompenfe. kom'-plc-mcnt." fome force adt. thingas lament forrow. Shortly. confiAcnt with. a That a.Suitable to. COMPLANATE. A colkaor. f.to urges fuit penfatc. kom-pen'-dyif-Iy. of heapingup. kom-plc-zant'-nls COOMPLAISANTNESS. Abridgment. a. counterbalance.

a.conCOMPLIANT. the kim-ply-men'-tel-y of nature lamentation D'pendingon manner. fedt. a. A kiim-pli^-ur. COMPLOTTER. of many thingin external parts of any . f. kcm-pr-''ze. a. To of refpecl or preflive civility. accord. the body.te. The COMPLEXURE. others in COMPLIER. n. adi o. btnding. form COMPOSE.involution one Compofite. Complication. f.fubmiiTion .iineiu. dua. kom-plek'-fhur. COMPLOT. a. yielding.complaifanc. The kum-pli'-anfc COMFLiANCE. COMPLETENESS. fuit.-po'rt. COMPLICATENESS. n. expreflions COMPLIMENTAL. bear. f. finifh. temperament of the a a flatterer.of fimple. f. Yielding. To aft of To f. thingwith one form a joinedin a con- plot. . thingin another . of fome To By complexion. kom-po'rt-ment. cluded. one an. is united who eafytemper. a.civilly. to endure. a difpofition to v. the colour complexionor body. a. COMPLICATION. kom.to unite COMPORTANCE. ftate of 1:-ingcomplex. COMPLEXION. ed of pans. perfect ftate. kom-plc'te-!y. parts in me. ToCOMPLORE. by the union to another. One kom'-ply-men-tur. Fully. To f. Compoundkom^-ply-kate. f. COMPLIMENT. multiplicity f. f. ki'V-plot. kom-plii'. footh with f. COxMPLETEMENT. ended. kom'-pl^-kate-ms. particular COMPLIMENTALLY. a. v. gral. kom'-ply-ment. COMPORTABLE.a. tion by complicato form formby complication. of the the temperature of bodyj V. be in confederacy v. fecret To together. A kom-plot'-ture COMPONENT. n. with f. part=. a complex fimply. k6m-p6'rt.to f. Exkom-ply-men^-tel. ufually of refpeft. plot. a. The kcm-pleks'-nls. To per- aft of ad.to in its proper form and method . . of man f. COIvlPORT. con- ftate of The To v. many beingcomplicated. ohfequious That a. not f. not COMPLEXEDNESS. kum-plek'-fh6-ne]-ly. v. a. to v. a confederr. kfs than aft An underflood civility. intricacy. tegral in- illdcfign. To form a by join'ngdifferent thingstogether. kom-ply'. kom-po'rt. volution in- others. one involving COMPLICE. Behaviour. COMPLY. aiStof pLj'. kom-plb're. inte- To COMPLICATE. Behaviour. a plot. to A confpire. k^m'-ply-mlnt. yield to. kom-plc't. ad. perfectly. COxMPLOT. To k^m'-ply-kute. COMPLEXIONALLY. givento compliments. COMPORT. of many confifting f. the thingsinx'olved. any tiling to . kim-plMnt. kom'-pleks.-m To COMPLEX. COMPLETELY. entangleone with by involution of parf. To CCA4PLXATE. fulfilling J utmoft an f.'completing. of feveral parts into one COMPORTMENT. kom-poVtibl. to join. Confiftenf. To To COMPORT. f. n.C without M O tkfcd^ any COM finiflicd. mafs place a. COMPLIMENT. f. COR'IPLEXLY. Accomk6m-pl^'-fiiun. integral. ad. v. COMPLEXIONAL. kom-po'-nent. kum-plek'-{h6-nel. one fpirator. of expreffion or height. which conftitutes the compound bodv. compliment. To agree.to CO!vIPLEXNESS. of f. COMPLETE. another to it d^'clares. v. In the COMPLIMENTER. kom-pltks'-ly. One kcm'-plis. The kim-ply-ki'-(hun.In ad. of a a. kom-plek'-fed-nis. to flatter. The kim-ple''te-meni. make crime. Behaviour. yieldtootlicTS.civil. . To to. Perfect': kom-plc'te-nls. Involution kum-plek-'-fhin. kom-p^'r-tenfe. COMPLETION. to of parts.

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act ufed. f. COMPROBATION. compelling. Rea. The kom-pul'-ftiun.Not To of number.COM CON f. Account. readyto giveaccount. COMPUTATION. which. f. to to Superintendence. To f. a. COMPRESSIBLE. another's copy. flimulation . COMPT. COMPROMISE.by violence. A CON.a. COMPUTIST. kom-pink'-t'v. to Count. Relating to Belonging the fame reckoning. fkilledin computation. con- fum fettledby cilculation. ing Yielda. A Latin infeparable pref ofition. kon-tro'-lur. a. COMPROMISE. COMPUNCTIVE. To a compavSt to adjuft by mutual concefljons. to compromife. COMPULSORILY. k6n-tr6'l. of Unen COMPULSATIVELY. of . k5m-pref-f^bil'-l"--ty. kom'-pu-tW. f. ac- f. over-rule. partner. of to compel. kom-pro-vin'-fhal. cord. CO. of leSed a. COMPRESSIBILITY. to force. kom-punk'-fhus. COMPUTER. kom-pul'-^Iv-ly. The khm-prcih'-uT. A an tual mu- refer corv- fingremorfe. Calculator. COMPRESS. To reckoning. print Proof. aa To the judice pre- tain. Capability COMPRESSURE. kom-pro-bi'-fhun. now To compute. the or v. in the fame houfe or chamber One who . of pricking.to oppofe. at to difterence. to aci near more f. COMPULSATORY. nearer f. Capable COMPUTABLE. force of Having the COxMPULSION. kon-tro'-lur-fhip. a. Reckoner. to be ad. kou^nt. COMPURGATOR. fupervifor. con- contrition. COMPUNCTIOUS. ad. kom'-pro-mfze. kom-prKze. a. Dire^or. to print of the rightful proprietor. f. f.un. The v. One kom-pur'-ga-tur. ad. kom-pres'-slbl-nls. kom-pur-gi'-fhun. to calculate. By COMPULSIVELY. f.c6m-pr6-mIf-f6'-ryaI. COMPUTE. body prefiing againft COMPRINT. a. count. Havingthe another. forcible. Having COMPULSORY. of the parts of bringing any each other by violence. The kcm-prefl/. To COMPRISE. to COMPULSIVENESS. COMPT. COMPULSIVE. aft the ftateof force fomething. f. kom-pul'-slv-nls. repentance^ power f. By rags.a f. Accountable. compelling beingcompelled. COMPROMISSORIAL. f. To body v. by vio- forcible manner. computation. or compulfory a f. pui'-fa-tlv-ly conftraint.calculation . BoUlers kom'-pres. that part is brought one to another. province. troll. COMPURGATION. We COMPTIBLE. ceflions. a. The kom-punk'-Ihun. kom-pul'-fur-y-ly. COMPROVINCIAL. The kom-pu-ta'-fliun. to together . kom-pu'-tebl. v. The of admitting to quality force into a broughtby compafs. a. a. Force. kou'n-tibl. kom-pui'-fir-y. beingnumbered. COMPTROLLER. ufe To COMPTROLLERSHIP. power COMPRESSIBLENESS. promifeof parties To of compelling. man's of juflifying practice any his to teftimony the of credibility another. f. a dwells companion.accountant. kon'. their controverfies to arbitrators. one col- To reckon. kom-pil'-slv. kom of by the tcflimony bears who veracity another. COMPUNCTION. force of the or f. a a. atteftation.MRADE.v. kou'nt. . Caua. kom'-pr6-m!ze. In include. the power To lence. of beingpreffed clofe. kum'-rade. v. COMPRESSION. narrower fo as preflurc. a. agree. k6tn-pr!nt'. f. kom-pres'-slbl. kom-pul'-fa-tur-y. f. kom-pu'-tur. compulfion. kom-pii'te. To COMPTROLL. Obfolete. adjuftment differencebetween parties by mutual to pentant.

keep fecret. Internal kon-kav'-I-ty. nionative. hollow a kave. which To centre. To k6n-kd'-v6-kin''- Concave a. to CONCATENATE. without a. making concave. That k6n-fJp'-takl. union. v. to- center. Privacy. kon-f^'-tid. ftudyj To To arch over. CONCATENATION. kon-fcn'-tur. f. one's k6n-fd'-vabl-n!s.f. a runningtogether. the at CON thingis contained.a. to drive a. no kon-fent'.v.f. " kon-fe'-vabl. Icon'. into the womb both fides. CONCEIVER. CONCENTRICAL. or drivj into w. or CONCAVO-CONCAVE. CONCEIVE. fully.a pleafantfancy. To a. imaginedor fiood kon'-kive. Concert compafs . thought The CONCAVITY. CONCEAL. ceals con- any thing. figniiicsTo CONCEIT. To v. To admit.v. to . CONCENTRE. A kon-ka-va'-fhun.Hak6n-fw/-tr{k. a. narrow CONCENTRE. opi- whimfically.f. centre. CONCEDE. kin-fe'-vur. On the oppofite kon v. kon-fe'-tld-ms.CON which. CONCEITEDNESS.-irds the obfcurity. grant. form opinion.pri- a. kon-ka'-vo-kon'"- Concave a. CONCEPTIBLE. CONCAVOUSLY.f. Conception. a in vcflel. com- be to apprehends. fondnefs of himfelf.thought. the ftate of .v. CONCEIVABLE.f. to fix in the memory. v. center.not CONCEALABLE. hiding-place. think. idea-. aiilof to be Hollow. in the mind kon-fi've. .a. fond of himfclf. imagine. f. to another. h kon-fi't. Fancikon-fc'-tid-ly. to underftand to the other. un- of voices. with. towards one common any a. CONCEPTACLE. CONCEIVE. CONCEITLESS. ad. capable to be underftood. To link kin-kam'-c-ratc. kon-fcp'-t!bl. Colledtion He prehend. Stupid. believe. to divulge. CONCEALMENT. fur- fpherical fpheroidical body. readinefs of apprehenfion . CONCEITEDLY. kdn^fe'l. T t CJKCEP- . To a. . CONCENTRATION. To kon-ft'l-abl. kin-kat'-c-nate. CONCEITED. a To to one narrower the fpacc round kon-fcn'-tur. fide.ad. To a. hide. kon-fe'-vab-ly. Intellia.fecrefy . to become pregnant. ed a.underftanding. kon-fu'de. CONCAVENESS. CONCEALER. To k6n-fi't-l!s.fantaftical notion. with CON. feries of links. f. In a CONCEIVABLY.f.v. tend emit retreat. fiice of To . (a. to To a. f. CONCAVATION. common CONCENTRICK. The convex. Pride. or hollow on way. or neis. a. vault.againft CON.v. and one kon-ka'-vus. Out longerfond of. CONCAVO-CONVEX. To ad. CONCAMERATE. one n. being concealed. CONCAVOUS. a kon-fe't. Hollov. a fond felf. . together. beginningof words. To kin-feiZ-trl-kil. that hiding. to may be undcr- manner. idea an denlands of CONCEIT. kon-fc'-lur. convex kc'n-fcVe.f. To kon-fe'l-ment. of That that may believed. With kin-Id'-vuf-ly. of. CONCEALEDNESS. confiftency. kin'-kave-ms. have to CONCENT. of kon-filn'-trate. a. of beingconceivable. f. into kon-fen-tra'-fhun. kin-kat-e-na'-iliun. thought.f. oppofed a. fancy. quality ad. One that CONCENTRATE. gible. Endowparticip. ceivable con- Concave. CONCEIVABLENESS. as concoiirfe. The za vacy beinghid. To Capable kon-f^'-led-n!s. CONCAVE. v. know to . To fancy. proud. admit to harmony . ^ ving centre. v. To n.f. hollownefj. opinion of of conceir think. vex.

mination. Deterken-klil'-zhun. To CONCERT. kon-fep'-fliusApt CONCEPTIOUS.pregnant.To CONCLUSIVELY. aft or CQnceiving. f.fentiment. to lating Rea. CONCLUSIVENESS. the ftateof beingconceived .a. terpofition. CONCERN. CONCLUSION. kon-kl^'de. CONCISION. thingin fhortnefs. Becoming. fenknowledgej apprehcnfion. f. meddling. Bufinefs. The name of a CONCILIATE. thing in private. f. Cona. . kin-slz zhun. CONCERNMENT. To col- decide. thought. kcn-fes'-slv-ly. CONCESSIONARY.affair. kon-sil'-yate. Briefly. The kon-fy-ta'-fliun. belong afFect with intereft. CONCINNiTY. ad. CONCLUDENCY. n. k6n-klu'-slv-nis.- kon-fern'. to .f. minable. reconciliation. konk'. adt of ing Relatkon-fcr'-ning. The ad kon-klu'-sibl. excifion. kon-sin'-nl-ty. conceit. fiiortly. importance. engage relate To a. CONCERT . ad. kon-fer'-ta-t'v. to contrive. f.- make f. of conceflion. Brief. To form per- fettle opinion . kon-fes'-fhun. One that kcn-sil-yu'-tur. mine to deter- the kon-fer-ta'-fhun. by to to pafllon . k6n-kld'-dent. gain. the clofe . f. i:in-sl'fe-ly. kon-fes'-flio-ner-y. to in which ratiocination end. quickeningwith ATI VE. kon-fern'. a. colleftion from proa. tentious. a. Decifive. . f. a fymphony.regard. to adjuft.confequense.intereft. CONCLUSIBLE. Deter- of f. CONCHOID. kon-sLY-nus. the thingyielded. of experiment event CONCESSIVELY. CONCERTATION.emotion kin-fert'. to. fembly.moment fion. The k6n-sll-ya'-{hun. To fettle any communication kon'-fert. outcry. k6n-s!l-ya'-tur-y.a'-fhun.a. the ad. final decifion . proof.kin-kla-m. CONCLUDENT. A a fea-fhell. to paf- relation to. to cardinals. conceive. to CONCISE. pregnancy . To makes to conceive. f. to determine finally . The kon-{ip'-{huvt. between fitnefs. CONCH. CONCLUSIVE. An CONCLAMATION. CONCERT. pofitions premifed.by Brevity. of tune.f.a. CONCERNING.to determine". kon-sffe-nis. confcregularly quential. mutual a. CONCINT"^OUS. CONCEPTIVE. the upByway fhot. timent. to To Communication to a. (hell. Decifive. pleafant.fiiort. fome interell: . To givingthe kin-kld'-s'v.pointed of a. .. Given by indulgence. f. To kdn-sffe. v. CONCEPTION. to peace. to or of. curve.f. Capable to CONCERN. importance.v. inintereft. cifively. f.a. kon-fep'-tlv. kin-fern'-meut. Dekon-klu'-siv-ly. regular contention. . fequence. uneafy. paffion.idea .to engagement . a grant. intercourfe. CONCISENESS. f. CONCLUDE. CONCISELY. many performers the fame Cuttingoff. ftirring up. CONCESSION. f. to CONCLUDE. fettle. laft aft of ratiocination. CONCILIATION. v. the left by .a clofe af- kon-kli'de. Decency. CONCLAVE. . with which we or The intcreftcd. v. room of affembly the playing defigns . ^ kon'-klAve. purpofe . v. 'the Private finiffa. gainingor Reconciling. the opinion. CONCILIATOR. concerned are ' - CONCITATION. aiStof laftdetermination . the end. Strife. to others. konk'-oid. prep. to ment apart- the cardinals meet.affcdion. a. end. mind. yielding . bufinefs. diilurb.f. Conkon-kld'-den-fy.f. Power of determining To . notion.CON CON f. CONCILIATORY.

with. Relating mafs. . 5 nion. of founds .f. a. In ner mankin-kre'te-lj-.v. with book a CONCRETENESS. . perfonor To joined Con- a. CONCOLOUR. f. Companion. others. the collection of fluids into of concreting.'. f. v. to folid mafs. A coagulation by joinedin one mafs. kon'-krOte. kon-kre'-tflvu-. and mony. appliedto a kon-kul'-lir. kon-kul-ka'-fliun. N CORPOR A kon-kul'-kdte. the ftomach . CONCOAGULATE. a. com- convention. pa"t. . kin-kre'-tiv.n lo a. abflraft. predicate. v.kon-ka'r-p6-rate. k6n-kur'-rcnfe. tread Of the a. to one to one common to To n. CONCRETION. occurs. be united with. kSn-komM-tant. "l-me body.f. kon-kur'. CONCRETURE. kon-ku'-p!f-fcnt. thing. f. point agree. a whore. Formed by conCONCOCTION. are acl kon-kres'-slnfe. coalition . ^ CONCOMITANCY. with. Agreement between CONCORD. conjundtion. a. ' kon-kom'-i-tan-fy. fh'in.The ad of burningtogether. a f. CONCRETE. union. fomed The kon-ku-pif-fen'-flK CONCUPISCENTIAL. coa- mafs. Agree- CONCORDANT.f. Imone a. or v. CONCRETE. to To a. defire. To A married. in logick. by k6n-k6k'-ftiun. kon-kcn/-I-tdnt-ly. bidinous. CCNCREMATION. kong'-kurfe.a A Vvith living [ " Tramplingwith o unite in Union womV. by concretion. f. CONCUBINAGE. CONCRESCENCE. To ad. a. Coagulation. foot. trampleunder CONCULCATION. purifyby by concretion.kon-kre-m-/-fliun. by concretion. CONCRETIVE. To agreeinj. COICREMENT. lecherous. 1 CONCURRENCY. which cifFcrent To kon-kok't. V. CONCUPISCIBLE. able.the perfons or interfeclion pointof junction bodies. f. libidinous wifh. with any be connected of k6n-kre'telnls. Coagu!. bodies of growing by quality or the union The of fc- kon-ko-ag-gd-l4^parate particles. by a feparate particles. in ^COURSE. Lia. CONCURRENCE. fubjecl:. kon-kom'-I-tanfe.CON CON kon-ki-ag'-gu-llte. to concupifcence. texts k"'m-kl''r-dant. The mafs To CONCUR.peace. k6n-ka'r-p6-ral. thingcollaterally CONCOMITANTLY. kon-ku'-bi-n'dzh. the fubjedt with including kon-kom'-i-tant. ATION. A mafs formed CONCOMITANCE. CONCORDATE. keptin fornication.'f. another. a. joinin one conjoined. maturation not by heat. In company thing. v. not a woman CONCULCATE. CONCUPISCENCE. f. CONCUPISCENT. U- of many agents . Theconfludefire. formed the mafs "3: ' act of f.v.a. kon-kor-po-ra'-fliiin. COxNCOMITANT. to in meet action . kon-kaVdanfe. To thingwith another. CONCORPORATE. To form CONCRETE. f. principal concent tical grammarelation of word one a fhews in how which fcripture any word many kon-ki'r-date. The tive. a. f.f.f. kon-kr^'te. ad. CONCORDANCE. combination alTociation. with Subfiftence together another coalition of kon-kom'-I-tke. digcfV To heat. a.v. kong'-kord. Irregular kon-kd'-plf-fenfe. to contribute event. CONCOMITATE.- formed by coagulation. f. konk'-ii-bine. one kon-kr^'tc. concurrent CONCOMITANT. cretion DigeflJon CONCRETE. ment AgreeCONCUBINE. preffing one :ice ")'two mafs the feet. CONCRETELY. CONCORPORAL. to be . harperfons things. connecSted. lefce into To n. kSn-kre'-fliAn. kon-kur'-ren-fy. k6n-ku'-pis-s!bl. kon'-krc-ment. f. the perfonsor things. To CONCOCT.a. To congealone CONCOAGULATION. f. in the ftomach. Of one colour. mafs or fubftance.T kV-krete. of many ifrembled .

v. in agcncv. wherein bad . kon-d!fh'-ind. By wry abfolute. . fentence by punifliment. for . To ^ ToCONDITE. puniflimcnt to Blame- a. That CONCURRENT. in fubmiiTion. particular Thick. is doomed to capableof CONDENSATE. of kon-daV-un. CONDISCIPLE. f. CONDIGN. a. a. f.CON CON agentsor circumflances right. kon-kuZ-ient. thing is denominated CONDITIONAL.incther. k6n-d!fi/-un-ul. by certain terms. condenfation. not ii. a. CONDENSE. clofe and kon-di'te. that Quality. ad. Pafiing kon-dem'-nur. lation. kon-dlihU-nite. CONDENSITY. kon-dl'n-nis. f.^To grow weighty.f. to . the certain on or the air. a. kon-dens'e. a. CONDESCEND. CONCUSSION. any kon-d!s-. CONDITIONALLY. concomitant conjunftion. kon-do'je-ment. kon-den/.a. thicker. ra- fchool- pulated. Defervedly. blifhed dcnfe. The to thickeningany body . n. Cricf. To To a. CONDOLEMENT.v. To of kind of CONDESCENSION. a humiliation. kon-den'-fur. which ad. is fellow. Voluntary k6n-lcu/-rent. StiCONDITIONARY.-f. CONCURRENT. a. kin-den'-fate. ^Vith certain on term?. f. Cour- to deferts. to yield. Voluntary defccnt from humiliation. kon-de-fJn'-denfe. f.tem- rank . of By . ftate. f. v." a. kon-do'-lenfe.-rved. That kon-den'-fdte. CONDEMNATORY. rejuftice to Hoop. Lon'-dy-m!!::. Made a. a. A kon-den'-fabl. f. quality or power The way concefiion. to bend. kon-dcn-fi'-fhun.v. . with To kon-de-fcnd'. are Havng bad. f. CONDEMN. ad. beingcondenfed. merited. kon-dim'-na-tir-y. terms. A CONDENSER. CONCUSSIVE. n. kon-den'-fate. To kon-di-fen'-fhun. crowd vcflel. To kin-di'n.a. nefs. forrow. kon-dens'e. grow Suitable.and weighty. of CONDENSATION.agreeablenefs kin-dV-nabl. which any one f. merit. kcn-drn-ly. A faics. n. a. CONDENSATE. f. to to cenfurc.v. of fhaking. CONDENSE. limitations. . CONDEMNATION.joint CONDESCENDENCE. CONDCLEK. To n.. Efa- CONDITIONATE. v. kin-do'le. the mind. CONDIMENT. " to thicker. act of f. a. kon-dem-na'-fuun.. CONDITIONED. fhaking. . departfrom pickle.v. Having the To find a.. k6n-difn'-un-ul-y. The ftate kon-den'-si-tj-. Suitable- CONDIGNNESS. help. Ading kon-kis'-fnun. CONDENSATE. Seafoning. v. claim. ad tremefailion. doona to guilty. CONDEMNABLE. cenfurer.f. voluntary by way CONDESCENSIVE. common kon-do'le. f. To thofe that CONDOLE.a. make fupcriority. afiiftance. which' kon-de-fend'-ing- CONDESCENDINGLY. Gref the forrows of another. good or perament temper.terms into lefs fpacc. kcn-dlfIi-5-nal'-I- CONDITIONALITY. ftipu- compadt. to according able. blamcr.circumilances of .compreffed To by which To a. -fauce. To of quality f. f. CONDOLENCE. thick.pulation. with of fupcriority privileges . CONDIGNLY. any natural Limitation refaftion. To lanrnt To bevail in misfortune. teous. kon-dcnTc. d.clofe. CONDENSABLE. to confent to do more than mere can quire.culpable. qualities properties good or To CONDOLE.v. concurs. oppofite bodymore CONDENSE. The kon-kus'-siv. kon-de-fen'-slv. CONDEMNER. a fentence of condemnation. blame.k6n-d!fh'-un-ur-y. make thick. preferve by CONDITION.

any end. CONDUCIBLE. CONDUCIVE. Hired. of contributing to quality kon-du'-slv. in order accompany attend to lead. oral difcuflion of any for the conveyance which kon-fer'. CONFEDERATE. CONFER. contribute whofe The ad: a is convoy convoy . The pliments com- his misfortunes. to diredt. own. CONDUCIBLENESS. kon-fek'-fhun. crime. to manage. A water of waters A . To as talk. an pointed apfome point. to ally. To CONFERENCE. pofition. CONFERRER. edly. to To a. A together.indifputably. a direct leader. CONDUCTRESS. A fwectmeat. kcn'-dakt. A foHd body. CONE. f. to grant. k6n-fed'-er-et.'n-fib"-u-ld-tur'-^'. to head an the To as armv. CONDUCTITIOUS. CONDUCIVENESS. ToCONFECT. an kon-du contribute to fe. the to penitent. a regularlife. are f. To haviour. To to chat.f. In cock kon-du-ply-ki'-fhin.f. CONDONATION. a in kon-fcr'. doubling. kon-fes''.f. To CONFABULATE. woman a upon v. v. beftow. a. a . f. CONDUCTOR.a. He he that bellows. kin-fcd'-er-ate.\'erfes. To up union.v.cecothe . kcV-fc^-renfe.f. Management. of power of into fweetmeats. to hear the to a prieft. circle. k. con- ledge acknow- difclofe the fl-atcof the prieft . the knife another kcn-duk'-trls. f.to kon'-dw!t. To n. the a CONFABULATORY.v. dif- qucftion . commeetingfor difcuffing pipe or pipes parifon.an aUykin-fed-e-rJ'-fhun. kon-fab'-u-lAte. CONFECT. A made League. To be- appointed.as CONFESS. kon-fed'-^-ritc.f. . kon-fed'-e-ni-fy. ' may of fruit with . he is gone CONFESSEDLY. Belongingto CONFARKKATION. conducing. One who fupportanother. another One that upon k6n-d6-na'-fhin. v. ko'ne. a CONFECTIONARY. CONDUPLICATION. n. To . fold. v. to way .f. nomy That a. To compare to . to unite. CONFESSION. United a. or in the ftonc. pardoning. v. f. kon-du'-slbl. kcn-duk'-tir. Tomakecon- to prieft confcfs. league.f. kin-fer'-ur. AvowkJ-n-fes'-sed-ly. give. canal the of difcourfe fubjeft. The any end. kon-f^kt".f. tfilk eafily together. placewhere CONFECTIONER. Hated to. CONFEDERATE. A preparaCONFECTION. kc'n-fes'. f.f. f. this lad: fenfe little ufed.CON CON kon-do'-lur. {hew to civility . feffion. fugar. To CONDUCE. To a. f. engagement. CONDUCT. k6n-du'-s!v-nis. CONDOLER. kon-fck'-(h6-ner-y. is drawn. fhews who him director . a to that directs.a duplicate. CONDUIT. league. League. league. CONFEDERATION.f.to duce con- a. fweetmeats. \j u The acknow- kdtimcnt . bafe is To n. Formal courfe. a kin-fed'-er-'n a league. kin-fifh'^un. ad. v. of quality make f. folcmnization to the n. CONDUCT. CONFESS. f. The marriageby eatingbread kon'-f"^kt.a fweetmeat. One CONFEDERATE. a mixture. Having the kon-diy-slbl-nis. unite in a. kon-fAb-u-hV-fliun. Eafyconverfation. at make to CONFEDERATE. CONFER.a forgiving. a fcience a n. engages kon-duk-tW-us. to To a. f. To to with nying accompa- manager.alliance. com- kon-fek-'fho-nur. tion promote to. f. kin-far-rc-a'-fhun. a. CONFABULATION. of To which and which ends in a point. one joinin To kon-dukt'. that con- confefllon of to avow. end. v. an cuttingfor another the inftrument to A by way chief. leadingtroops which by warrant of trade is fweetmeats CONFEDERACY. which conducing. condudt in affair an v.a general.

v. Nearnefs. limits. of confines. he tefter. Firm To a. To fix down. To kon-ferm'-ed-nls. k6n''-f ine. . he of his faith in the face of profciTion kun-fcfl'.Todif- CONFIGURE. f.. Undifputably. to kon'-fi-tent. furance. without that puts additional fecrets.oppofedto modefty. f-nur. Impri- CONFINEMENT. another truft in his . additional affairs. transfer doubt. CONFINE.by way feffing. CONFISCATE. by new . f. evidently. to adof a Chriftian. f. CONFESSIONARY. lief be- boldnefs. CONFIX. kin-fig-il-ri'-fliun. CONFIRMATORY. dogmatical . that hears makes who To danger. one kon-f that . capableof inconteftible evidence. k6n-fii/-I-ty. One CONFESSOR. known. attefter. Withk6n'-f!-dent-l^. difburdening CONFINELESS. kon'-fy-ture.bold put kon-fer'-mabl. a.impudent. kin-fefl'-ly. One yond be- trufted To of pofe into any each v. A borderer. f. f. a. an ecclefiaftical kon-fer-ma'-tur. A kin-H. private property to CONFISCATE. One forfeiture. the face of the To kon-ferm'-ur. imprifon j to on border diftl-rent territories. CONFIRMABLE. with kon-ferm'.unlimited. to k6i/-f!-dent-n!s. The. CONFEST. CONFLAGRANT. paft kon-fer-ma'-fliun.edge. Common the penalty. Gi- CONFIRMER. con- Liable to kon-fls'-kate. crime j the a(5lof a the confcience fire. the aft of transferring form that eftabliftier. evidence CONFIRMATION. CONFIRM. pofition and prefcribes confeffions. Af- other . prieftfits to the feat where rcftraint of CONFINER. fortune . in which prieft. Open. k6i/-fi-denfe. a. publick. which to eftablifh. Involved a. dogmatically. forfeit. To teftimony.CON CON of ledgtnent to the articles of faith CONFESSIONy\L. paftdoubt. f." f. to fettle. kon-fy-dW. to the CONFITENT. trufled with which is A f. An at- ftate. v. to ftrengthen mit by new fokmnities or ties . The the confcflbr fits. To kon'-flf-kate. feat in which kon-fKne-ment. kcWfi^ne. it tonfume i^taken for the firewhich this world at the confummatibn. CONFISCATION. firm truft. kon'-fl-dent.trufting to That. comprifed. a. general f. to the full privileges by imof hands. f. f. kin-fefh'-S-ner-y. A fweetmeat. dence. out ad. kon-fla'-grant. of the various parts. fecure of without without fuccefs. doubt CONFIDENT. k6n-fcf]/-ua-ul. a6t of perfon kon-ffde. feffions. CONFLAn ftiali . not ad. CONFIDE. kon-flfk^-abl. CONFIDANT.v. doubt confcfles his crimes. are Bound- lefs.f. he who the two CONFINITY. to rtftrain. a. f. f. CONFINE. adaptedto kin-flg'-iire. kon-f!ks^ limit. proof. a.f. generalfire . publick kon-flf-ka'-flrun. border. hear cor. an an fitively. penitence . truft in. To n. upon. horofcope. CONFLAGRATION.one differentregions. Affured pofitive. minals forfeited goodsof cri- publickufe. v.formulary a a kon-fi'ne-lls. k6i/-fi-dent. CONFIDENTNESS. another. as CONFITURE. firmed f. The ving kin-ferm'-a-tiir-y. touches f. To confection.a. eftabliftiing any thing or perfon.firmnefs of CONFIDENT.a. firms. boundary. Transferred a. The fonment. concealed. Con- CONFISCABLE. matter a CONFIRMEDNESS. honeft boldnefs. fufpicion. One con- f. vitious goodnefsof abilities own or integrity . The touch CONFINE.to in a v. truft in a vice.- koi/-fef-fir. a k6n-fi'nc.\-gri/-fliun. a. To lives upon upon liberty. evi- rite. CONFIRMATOR. private CONFIDENCE. To tie up to. To n. CONFIDENTLY. f. with CONFIGURATION.a. form. f. v. po- fear . CONFESTLY.

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kong-gra-galh'-un AL. a v. birth. joy profefling fucccfs of another tur hard firm b. to of CONGLUTINATOR. CONGLOBATE. kin-glo'-bate. Partaking CONGENIAL.U'-il-lant. fmall biodics heaped up To The kon-je'-ryes. kon-gld'he. kon-je'-nyal. Colleda. meet. CONGRESS. alefce into a colledion. k6n-jC-nyil'-I-ty. for the happincfs the form in which joyis -y. gather into together . n.bate. ther ga- mafs. f. pertaining a. ad. f Aa kin-glA-fya'-fhun. CONGLOMERATE. n. body. v. The ball. of mind. CONGESTIBLE. State kon-je-li'-fhun. rejoice The or diftributed f. To . v. Rek6n-gr. afiemble. A kon-jeft'-yun. kon'g-gur. changinginto ice. an f. CONGESTION. to a congregation.a To a.congealed. A gift kon'-ja-ry. of mind. CONGENEROUSNESS. of beino.n. To CONGLUTINATE. k6n-grat-il-la'-fh profefled.cognate. thread. v.Of f. n. The ad: of uniting wounded f Cogbodies. or CONGENEROUS. or made CONGENER. gon-grat'-ii-late. to bringinto one coIlei5l. A meeting. CONGRATULATORY. CONGRATULATE. a together. kind the fame kon-jen'-sr-rus.a appointedmeeting for . n. mafs to brought God in worfliip matters publick. reciprocally. To Having the power f. CONGENITE. as twifted difliniS. fpherical CONGLOBE. reunite. ori- fame To of a. a. compact. kon'g-gres. nation Cog- CONGENTALNESS. kon-glo'be. To co- CON of various aficmblymet ATION GREG nul. a CONGREGATION. folid. kin-glu'-tl-nate: CONGLUTINATE.connate. CONGLOMERATE. a. kin-gla'-fyite. f. kcn-glu'-ti-na-tlv. CONGLACIATE. turn That fea-eel. A kin-glo-ba'-ihim. has the power CONGRATULATION. a. f. firm ball. In k6n-gl6'-bate-ly. CONGREET. To heap up. To wounds. kon-glu'-ii-na-tur. any upon in participation. CONGREGATE. CONGERIES. collected. CONGLUTINATIVE. CONGENIALITY. v. as To To a. Collefiion of into matter loofe ball . kon-glim'-i-rite. To v. kon-grat'-u-late. be heapedup. 0( a. CONGER. ano- LOB Moulded kin-glo'. peopleor foldiery. a. CONGREGATE. k6n-glu'-tl-nlte. of matter. an fcttlemcnt of affairsbetween differentnations. in- a tertcxture. To coalefce. that tlia together. of quality being from the To ginal. place. kong'-gre-gate.a round fibresare fame nature. CONGRATULATE. 6 CONGRES- . uniting participation. kon-grat''-ii-l Exprcffing joy for a. To To a. Publick. CONGELATION. tion collec- wounds.il!. the fame f. v. To kong'-grC-gke. the good of ther. {. to which in nKifs of A a. "Gathered f. into To v. kin-jen'-cr-rif-nis. CONGLOBE. V.like a ball of (hock. A king-gre-ga'-fliun. To may the Roman into f. a. compliment To of joicing a. k6n-gl6m-e-ra'-(hun CONGLOMERATION.n. to afiemble. of To To That kin-jeft'-!bl. To adl:of ice.CON CON f. CONG happy event. form. CONGLOBATE. gatherinto round v.n-glil-tl-ni'f. v. To ATELY. fo into . kong'-gre-gate. To falutc e^.:. round mafs. CONGIARY. CONGLUTINATION. k. kin-jo'-nlte. n. v. kon-grd't. to cement. a. the fame genius. a ball.to f. kin-glom'-e-ret. a. Of the kon-je'-iiiir. kind. in abfceffes. a CONGLOBATION. nation kin-je'-nyal-nls. a f. conflict. v. round To CONGREGAl^E. uniting CONGRATULANT. CONGEST. mixture. CONGLACIATION. kon-jeft'.

a. of . Poflible to be gueffed. thingto one to a.of a Such woody are fir. fuitable to. unitingor compilingthingstogether. kon-jek'-tur. To n. kon-junk'-tiv. kon'-y-kal. union. Agreeing. kon-joi'n. kon-jek'-tlhur. correfpondent.terous a ad. . United. Agreeable CONJUGALLY. CONICALLY. kon-junkt'-ly. Matrimonially. act of kon'-lk fek'-fhun SECTIONS. CONJECTURER. kon'-grd-uf-ly. Agreekon'-grd-cnfe. in grammar. CONJECTURE. In union. CONGRUITY. v. a. To To fummon pradtifc enchantments. a CONJUNCTIVE. Matrimonial. CONJUGATION. connubially. f. To unite in to connedt. n. CONJURATION. CONIFEROUS. Suitablenefs. a of quality or f. unite. aflbciate. kon'-y-kal-y. to marriage. Of f. By guefs. kon-jek-tfhd-ral'-i-ty. A gueiTer. are of dependsupon guefs. I kon'-Ik. bination f. kin'-jd-gate. n. To ad. trees fub- To a in fomc fa- enchantment plot. That cone. Clofely f. kon-joi'nt-ly. in a facred name . ment. CONJOINTLY. the zodiack j a CONJURE. Havingthe form verbs. CONGRESSIVE. kon-jek'-tfhd-ral. X X pretends . a. afiemblage. one f. A k6n-jek'-tfhdr-ur. kon'-gru-ent. . kun'-jur. of two aflbciation. CONGRUMENT. confiftentwith . verb. charms or CONJURER. a. confolidatc into f. Union. To another. kon'-iks.a confpiracy. a. f. CONJUNCT. ftate beingconical. form degreeof fpeech. as a bear a fruit. kon-jek'-tfhd-rabl. CONICK. ably. CONJECTURAL. The kon-jd-gi'-fhdn. fitnefs. CONJUNCTURE. To CONJURE. CONGRUENT. Dea. f. CONJUGAL.whofe fentences together. on f. a. or united conjetlurer. a. Fitnefs. join marriage. ad. kon-jek'-tfhur. current. a. the congrefs league in the fame its feiilions. In ad. ad. conkon-junkt'. ufe is a. Conjoined. con. CONJOIN. guefs. CONJUNCTLY. CONJOIN. CONJECTURALITY. unite. united. The kon'-y-kal-nls. kon-joi'nt. To encountering. CONICAL. kon-jek'-tfhd-ral-y. CONJECTURE. The kin-jd-ra'-fliun. That which of quality cone. Not conjedlure. v. the form of inflecting verbs . CONJUNCTION. 7 a. belonging ad. an fummoninganother an incantation. adaptation. to. kon-grd'-I-t)''. v. To joinwords joiningor uniting. to ufed. to confpire.to v. pending CONJUNCTIVENESS. of many Guefs. to To league. pertinently. nets pla. irr. ko-nlf'-e-rus. kon-jo'r. CONTCKS. unite in to inflect to to join. CONGRUENCE. . la kon-junk'-tlv-ly. CONJECTOR. SuitCONGRUOUSLY.CON CON kon-grcs'-si Mcetiiiff. conneaed. kon'-grd-us. c6n-jekt'. to that of figure approachijig this kind tical crioccafion. f. kon'-grd-mcnt. confiftency. f. CONJECT. f. f. and ftance. To v.pine. The to ad. v. CONJUNCTIVELY. kon'-jd-gal-y. k6n'-ju-gal. a. Jointly. of a cone. the parts of guefs. circumftances time. agreeablenefs . CONJECTURABLE. CONJOINT. An impofbrwho kun'-jur-ur. . To CONJUGATE. kon-junk'-tlv-n's. CONICALNESS. i part of geometry which and the confiders the arifmgfrom curves v.by conjecture. perfectknowledge. CONGRUOUS.to judgeby guefs. CONICK To of cone. together. kon-joi'n.to marriage. CONJECTURALLY. union. fuitablenefsof one a. Comkon-junk'-tflidr. the mood conjecture. f. together. guefitr. kon-junk'-fhun. form or a"t of cred name.

" CONSCI- . juftly. the juftice. f. kon-nek'-fhin. konk'-ur.to joinin a juft author connedls his kon-nek't.as To a. to pretends of fhrewd cunningman a conjeclure. to Bern a.v.a kon'-no-tate. Near of kin. to kcm-n6-tr-fhun. CONQUEROR. kon-kwaf-fi'-fliin.f. has obtained konk'-er-ur. to join. CONJUREMENT.community of kon-na'te. dues and a a viftor . rcafons well. In kon-nek'-tlv-ly. The CONQUEST.ju'r-ment. defignate kon-flien'-fhuf-m's. fomething kon-no^tc. kon-fing-gwm CONSANGUINITY. CONSCIENTIOUS. Voluntary CONNIVANCE. v. nuptial. Rcakon'-Ihim-ab-ly. fubjeftion by victory. kon-fhen'-flius. mnn a . fonably. konk'-ur. birth. To n. kon-nf-vanfe. vidlory. To or eftimate of confcience Eyaclnefs of juftice. kon'-lhenfe.not affined. ad. f. conick concuffion. To form. a. Matrimonial. By able Suit- a CONQUASSATE. conjugal. CONNATE. force of connexion. CONNOISSEUR. of exaftly juft. blindnefs. be To a. difficulty. have to To juftrelation to To n. Scrua. Having the a. union. to CONQJJASSATION. f. in conjundion. nature. thcr.v. overcome.ble to a. of To CONNOTE. v. f. Equit)'. cohere. get the konk'-er-abl. CONNIVE. a.CONQUERABLE. ourfelves . related by birth. CONNATURALITY. able. to critick. nature. originally. " CONNOTATION. injunclioi^.f. betoken. kon-far-fy-ni'-fhun. To fomethingbefides itfelf. kon-nat'-tu-ral-y. To CONQUER. pulous. to To n. CONNECT. -I-ty. CONNATURALLY. with To sno- kcn-nat'-tu-ral. CONNECT. CONOID. real fentiment. to A cone.CON CON fecret arts. kon-ni'vc. kon-nas'-senfe. fcruple. kon-fhen'-fhuf-ly. judge CONNEX.f. connedted of the fame of the fame Participation by nature the adl of nature. join or The a"S of patchingtogether. vifiory. a. furmpunt. kon-fang-gwln'-nyu a.f. CONQUER. ing Approach- CONOIDICAL. Reafona.v. together.f. a. to gainby fubdue . private thoughts. plication ImCONSCIONABLENESS. Pcff. win to kon-nat-u-ral'-I-ty. ko'-noid. CONNECTIVELY. feriesof kon-kwas'-sate.to include. to overcome.v.f. pretendblindnefs or ignorance. kon-nat'-td-ral-nls.f. to overcome. CONSARCINATION. a. CONNASCENCE. ad of quering. To wickednefs . Relation by blood. CONSCIENTIOUSLY. kon-neks'. The knowledge CONSCIENCE. Common birth. Serious kin. imply. f. unite. or kon-neksMv. konk^-kwift. A judge. vidory. thingsprecedentand fubfequent. To To link nefs fubfequent. f. CONNEXION. ad. CONNUBIAL. con- acquifition . a. v. ad. union. To nature of a figure partaking k6-noi'-dy-kil. kon'-Ihun-abl. A man that that fub- one ruins countries. f. conqueft. To k6n'-fliun-abl-n!s.as to a cement the thought. . kon-nu'-byal. forbearance. thinggained.fuccefs in arms. f. Union. a. v. wink. CONSANGUINEOUS.juft. rcafcinablenefs. relation which the of or to we fomething by precedent goodjuft junction faculty .v. ad. f.pretended ignorance. f. k6-nlf-fo'r. natural kon-nek't. . To agitate. . CONNATURALNESS. CONNEXIVE. pation partici- . CONSCIONABLE. CONNATURAL. CONNOTATE. Agitation. of the fame Participation link J fhake. nature. CONSCIENTIOUSNESS. befides itfelf. CONSCIONABLY. Accordingto the direiStionof confcience.

kin-fen-tr-nyuf- innocence. CONSECTARY. canonize. rolled enRegiftered. f.k6n-fa-kwen'-fhal-y. The kon-fer-va'-fhun. kon-fem'-i-nate. CONSECRATE. eventually j in CONSEQUENTIALNESS. by a feries. CONSECTARY. feds quent. f. CONSEQUENT. confequences. f. CONSENSION. confiftentwith. a.a. purfuantly. fucconfequential. conclufive. or guilt. Regularconncdion. or Agreeably. of chain confequences. by the concatenation neceffary point. v. CONSER- . a fuccef- ceeding. ing Followas which CONSEQUENTIAL. That CONSEQUENCE. a. kon-fl-kr^'-fhun. fpacebetween with moon dedudions. a. CONSERVATION. of feeds fov/ diirl-rent of caufes k6n'-f^-kwent. CONSECUTION. kon-fen'-fhun. kon-fg-kii'-fhun. to dedicate To a. k(V-fliuf-ly. Courts kon-fer'-van-fy. kon'-fe-kwent-nis. rites by which that voted thingis de- any facred pur'pofes. month one the fun unto of and efFeds . kon'-fe-kra-tur. f. kon-fent'. in pafles To to kon^-fliuf-ms. . appropriate facred ufes to . ufed in term who fenators. by of ef- to caufes . kon'-fe-kwent. corrtfpondcnce . v. conf. a EnJowed continuance. . own with ad.that CONSEQUENTNESS. tendency the Produced one perception part has yielding coherence one followingthe fect ef- Confe- previous pro- follows ading an kon-fe-kwen'-flKil. lowing Fol- accord. kcn-fek'-ku-tiV.nting. Confea. own CONSCIOUSNESS. preprefcrving. confidently. CONSCIOUSLY. f. in confequence. eiFed.f. to ficlof A . To nerves CONSENTAN"OUSNESS. of another. ception per- mind own . With adions. to kon-fcnt'. One performsthe agree CONSENTANEOUSLY. f. kon-fen'-flicnt. By confequence. principle . Capable beingkept. Confe- crated.moment. To n. the Lord fervation of the ad of for the pre- f. together.v. CONSECRATER. by rationaldedudion CONSECRATE. CONSENTIENT.f.confiftence. CONSEQUENTlALLY. to . k6n-fJn-ta'-nyus. The of what internal fenfe of to thing. by Mayor of London fifiiery. a.neceflarily . Train confecution. a. kon'-fg-kwent-ly. man's a of fomc CONSENTANEOUS. of the power aftions . Deduction kon'-fek-ter-y.a. Agreement.agreement . The aft of to with. f. that which CONSEQUENTLY. a. fcrvation from corruption.f. To ad.concatenation ad. k^Z-fkrlpt. CONSENT. a. f. nis. from premifes. in train . kin-fer'-vabi. CONSCIOUS. the pov^er of kon-fer'-va-t!v. CONSERVABLE. to rite of fervice of God the dedicating one declaring holy. CONSEQUENT. quence. in is the of the aftronomy. united in opinion. corollary. to to fome particular purpofej inviolably kon'-f^-krate.CON kon'-flius.protedion. conclufion. CONSECUTIVE. fibres and both. CONSERVANCY. follows from pofitions . a. With dedudion jufl: of confequence.facred. the another. CONSERVATIVE. a. kon'-fe-knlte. CONSCRIPTION. the f. Agreement. An kon-flcrip'-fliun. Agreeableto. held concord. or caufe. conjundionof caufe any importance. f. ad. To follows from deduction. make facred. CON knowing one's from knowing tlie knowledgeof any knowledgeof one's memory means thoughtsand them admitted . CONSECRATION. CONSCRIPT. f. called Patres were the Roman of fpeaking confcripti. regularly CONSEMINATE. regular kon-fl-kwen'- Regularconfecution of difcourfe. caufe. kon'-fek-ter-y.'. fuitably. to common co-operate with.k6n-f^n-tr-nyif-i.. which enromn. confequential. diminution oppofing or ving Ha- injury. . kon-fl-kwenfe. of ilial-nis. fion . Agreeing. CONSENT.

CONSIGN. coakfcc. A k6n-fe/-va-tur-y. CONSOCIATE. CONSOLAELE.to A thing. oppofed. CONCESSION. firm. The aft of kon-sld-e-ra'-fhun.or with any other . CONSIGN. Alliance kon-f6'-fyi'-fliun. CONSISTORIAL. kon-fo'-ihet. That which comfort. prudent.claim kon-fo'-fhet. To kdn-sld'-e-rct-nis.. An plice.f. littleand a middle a little. to entrufi:. fpcclto form rarity . think of confideration . To ponder.f. Having one not CONSIDERABLENESS. agreeably. prefervative a which bindeth. unite. CONSIDERABLY. confederate. to think for his trouble. fruit boiled with juicesof con- transfer fweetmeat made over fign. compenfation . CONSERVE. Withkon-sis'-tent-ly. luable refpeftable . Calmly. To fruit. kon-sid'-er-abl. CONSIDER. of conferves.CON CON kon-fer-vi'-tor. State great. CONSERVATORY.influence . kon-sfne.without diflipation . fideration. To caufe of Pre- ferver. The kon-sig-nl'-fhun. CONSIDERATE.v. a preparer A layerup. Importance. a ad. to be be compofedof. f. . derate. v. thingis kept. In kon-sld'-er-ab-ly.f. of man confignina. n. v. f. di"5tory. kon-sls'-tent.a continue To n. ad. the common To with others. to CONSIDERATION. To kon-fo'-labl. To unite. kon'-fo-late. CONSISTORY. reafon. CONSIDERATELY. is fitting A confent CONSIGNMENT. placewhere any ving a. To fort. a. kon-si^ne. A . f. \ withrek6n-sls'-ten-fy. CONSIDERER. CONSERVATOR.coolly. with care. Confideration is the cluding con- mate- f. to join. kon-fo'-lhct. out ad. fluid. thing any- kon-sW-i-lar. in n.f. material exiftence . thought. to to agree. com- Little ufed- CONSO- . to f. CONSIST. Obfolete. having refpedtto. to the ecclefiafl:ical court. va- than more The refemblance. kon-fer'-vur. confidering. mo- ecclefiafticalcourt the fcmblyof cardinals . regardful .companionlhip. accom- a partner. ing Relata. be contained . a. f. one kon-sid'-ur. together. of the repofitor .v. The place kon-sld'-e-renfe. . to deliberate.v. candy or pickle . to commit. importantly. CONSERVER. intimacy. To yield. v. fixed. To Prudence. CONSESSOR. f. a6l of fugar.not claim to comprifed.v. CONSISTENTLY. a kon-sid'-e-ret. degreeof denfenefs with it- agreement thing. fenfe between writingby which CONSISTENCE. COKSOLATE. to requite. Notcontraa. important. admits motive to . notice. upon to acl of kon-fes'-fliun. f. a. kon-sld'-g-ret-ly. kon-sis-to'-ryal.1 f.v. COINSOCIAIION. fubftance. contradiction. a. a rial trad CONSERVATORY. Hakon-fer'-va-tur-y. have regardto To n. a. union. regard. to rev/ard To give to make appropriate . kon-sld'-er-abl-nis. a. Worthy CONSIDERABLE. kon-sift'. to kon-ferv'.value. CONSIDERATENESS. to CONSIGNATION. kon-fes'-sor. Serious. kon-sls'-tenfe. To law. One that fits kon-sId'-Tir. Conf. or felf. ground of j equivalent. notice .f. notice. ture ma- importance. in juftice of refieflion. to confole. CONSIDER. CONSISTENT. CONSIMILAR. CONSIDERANCE. f. refleaion. without contrail:. a any To preferve a. CONSOCIATE. to To a. CONSOCIATE. in . configning . to to a. to. To lofs detriment or CONSERVE. notice of a"lion. meditation . in the mind. another kon-ferv'. to work maturely. kon-sfne-mcnt. any folemn af- the aflbnbly. without no kcn-sid'-e-rir. kon'-slf-tur-y. CONSISTENCY. . configned.v. degreedeferving f. quality. To .

to CONSPECTUITY. f. agreement of an evil fenfe . CONSOLIDANT.a in projeiling of manner kon-fo'-liir. a be ufed. kon-fpik'-d-uf-nls. CONSPICUOUS. n.f. CONSONANCE.to confpireto CONSPIRER. kon-fol'-i-dant. The kon-fu-py-i'-lhun. eminently. kon'-fo-nus. harden To with He be feen. kin'-fole. the view to any kon'-fo-nant. Agreeable. Agrecablcnefs. f. cckbrity.hard. Com- unvaried continuance. f. which to CONSPECTABLE. koi/-f6-la-tur. eminent. one CONSPIRANT. member In comfort. fhip. - f. To kon-fa'rt. one. f. congruence. CONSPIRATION. CONSPIRACY. CONSONANTNESS. the kin-fl'r-tibl. or aflbciats compared with. v.a plotter. A confpirator. CONSORTION. concord. More f. number . to feen fight. to of CONSOLER. according. n. concerted f. kin-fpik'-il-uf-ly. be founded CONSOPIATION. one a happy.in an caufes to agreement. k6n'-f6-nan -fy. CONSPERSION. gives of uniting wounds. difrance .i-fliun. f. A kon-fpl-n\'-fliun. make Companion. to To A comfort. by A letter itfclf. CONSPIRATOR. to fleep. CONSOLE. of- peace f. com- To CONSORT. CONSOLATOR. ing Tendkon-fo'-lu-tir-y. formerly ficer. CONSPICUOUSLY. parliamentary two benefices into grow firm. llatc afFeftion. a. found. A of the officers of the Itatc. many. folutipu. To join. plotting. f. kin'-fi-nant. CONSOLATION". fiftently. act of kon-(aVfhun. comfort. of k6n-f6r-l-dite. lingabout. k6n-f6l-i-da'-{hun. A fprinkkcn-fper'-fhun. event. folid. the Obviouflyto one.to plot. fymphonious. confpiracy. J confiftency. f. ner part- him kun'-ftabl. f. Brightk6n-fpl-ki7-l-ty. crime.- . Conkon'-fo-nant-ly. alleviation of To mifcry. ad.Not That bills. CONSOLIDATE. his confortcd Eve. to two a. properlywritten eminence. The kun'-ftibl-lhip. cannot ad. CONSTANCY. To'CONSOLIDATE. thing. CONSPICUOUSNESS. kon-fiV-hi-tur-y. CONSOLE. fuitablc. To to To a. kon'-fo-nanfe. conftable. cojicurrence. union. . treafon . f.dif- at the view. CONSONOUS. CONSONANCY. plot. togecher.1 . kon-folM-date. to to benefices in To f. all things as CONSTABLESHIP. confiftency. CONSORT. bracket. To Agreeingin f.f. fort.i'rt. men to tendencyof do many a. A plot. f.a kon-fper'-a-fy. quality into . a kon'-fo-nant-nls. kon-fpi'-riir. givecomfort. remarkably. cheer.obvioufnefs folid body . CONSORT. CONSONANTLY. of inftruments To v. CONSTABLE. architeaure.focicty. v. CONSONANT. a plotter. agreeably. confiftency. r. engagedin a plot. nefs. office of concert agree together. A man kon-fper'-a-tur. kon-fplk'-u-us. part To CONSORTAHLE. lafting Y y CONSTANT: .v. laying kon'-fort. mix. a. Partner^ tinguifhed. Unalterable kon'-ftan-fy. A forter.a. CONSONANT. f. CONSPIRE. fpecchor writing topicksof containing kon-fo'le. fteadinefs. act of which To kon-fpek'-tibl. the ous Obvia.a.f. unitinginto a folid mafs bill in parliament to one combiningtwo a. One _a that or has the form compadl and a combine CONSPICUITY. f. Accord of fight. n. or CONSOLIDATION. a. v. kon-fpf-rant. confiftent. Senfe k6n-fpek-tu'-i-ty. kon-fpi're. kon-f. Eafy feeing. f. with. a. CONSOLATORY. The accompany. v. CONSOLATORY. the nexing an- Expofure another j found. Engagedin a f. playing Concert .CON CON kin-iu-l.

CON

CON

koi/-flaiit.
a.
Firm,

CONSTANT,

afFeflion

kon-ftel'-latc.
v.
n.

CONSTELLATE,
fliinewith

To

bodies in
fhining

one

clufler of fixed ftars;

an

of Iplenaficmblage

dours,or excellencies.
Aftonifhment,amazement,
To

croud

condenfe

to

make

coftivc.

To

;

that of which
eflential,

comprefTion.
kon-ftnk'-tur.f.

or
compreffes

which

To

To
v. a.
kin-ftiln'je.

CONSTRINGE,

the

acftof

confifts.

ture

kin-ftic'-u-cnt.
f.
conftitutes

that

thing;
To

which

of any

thing;

is

a.

binding

or

produce,

appoint;

to

erciS,

to

eftablifh;

He

a

togetherin

complete fcnfc

;

fuch
the

a

adt

fabrick.
edifice,

ku/f-tur.

CONSTRUE,

that

appoints.
kon-ftl-tu'-flu'm.
f. The
CONSTITUTION,

to

To
To

a.

v.

To

pret,
inter-

explain.

kon'-ftu-pri'ite.
v. a.

CONSTUPRATE,
to debauch,
violate,

to

defile.

{,
kon-ftu-pra'-fliun.

enading, eftablifhing; CONSTUPRATION,
conftituting,

of

building,ftruc-

kon-ftruk'-tfliur.
f. Pile,.

CONSTRUCTURE,

to

conftitutes or

a"t

convey

of

form
words

the fenfe,the
explanation
;
interpreting,
of defcribing
in.
a figure
meaning ; the manner

To

kcV-ftl-tu-tur.
f.

build,

kon-ftruk'-fhun.
f. The

puttingof
to

To

geometry.
To

depute.

'CONSTITUTER,

as

a.

of

fubfift-

a.

;

comprefling.

kon-ftrukt'.v.

building
; the

manner

deputesanother.

kon'-ftl-tute.
v.

CONSTITUTE,
to

to the
neccffary

he that

The

fettles any

or

bind.

ving
Hak6n-ftriV-jent.

of
quality

the

That

contraiSts.

comprefs,to contract,to

thing

any

Tobind^

to

croudingany thinginto lefs room ; (top- To CONSTRUCT,
to form.
page, obftrudion by plenitude,
kon-ftit'-ii-ent.
mental, CONSTRUCTION,
Elea.
CONSTITUENT,

cnce

that

to caufe to flirink.
contraft,
kcn-ftrik'-fhim.
f. Contraction,
CONSTRICTION,

cramp

act of

perfonor thingwhich

He

kon-ftrlkt'.
v.
a.

CONSTRICT,
to

f. The
kon-fti-pi'-fhun.

CONSTITUENT,

able
Li-

k6n-ftr,Vnt.
f. Compulfion,.

CONSTRINGENT,

CONSTIPATION,

force ;

violence,confinement.

To

into a narrow
room
together
; to thicken,
;
; to flopby filling
up the palHages

to

com.-

by

CONSTRICTOR,

terrour,- dread.

v. a.
kon'-fti-pate.

CONSTIPATE,

; to

kon-ftri'-nur.f.

CONSTRAINT,

k6n-fter-na'-fliun.
f.

CONSTERNATION,

To

hinder

confine,to prefs.
kon-ftra'-nabl.
a.

CONSTRAINER,

fplendour.

kon-ftel-hi'-fliun.
f. A

CONSTELLATION,

; to

aftion

conftrains.

k6n-ftel'-hke.
To
v. a.

CONSTELLATE,
unite feveral

fome

conftraint.

to

To

to

CONSTRAINABLE,

generallight.

one

force

neceffitate

to

certainly,
perpetually,
fteadily.
riably,
To

kon-ftra'n.v*. a.

CONSTRAIN,
pel,to

not various.
certain,

;

ad.
Unvakon'-ftant-ly,

CONSTANTLY,

To

free from
firm,rcfolute,

unvaried,unchanged;

changeof

fluid;

not

ftate of

Violation,defilement.
being, natural qualities
corporeal
;
kon-fub-ftan'-fnal.
of
health
a.
to
CONSUBSTANTIAL,
body, with refpeiSl
; temper
;
temper of mind :, eftablifhed form of governHaving the fame efience or fubfiftence; being
of the fame kind or nature.
.ment, fyftemof laws and cuftoms ; particular
"frame

inftitution.
law, eftablifhment,
k6n-fti-tu'-fhun-ul.
a.
-CONSTITUTIONAL,
Bred

in

with

the

the

radical
conftitution,

;

eflential,
produdlivc;
havingthe
to

cnafl

or

cftablKh.

f. Exiftence
fhal'-j-ty.
the fame

confiftent

conftitution,
legal.
kin-ftlt'-til-tiv.
mental,
Elea.
CONSTITUTIVE,
power

kon-fub-ft:'.n-

CONSUBSTANTIALITY,
of

{h;lte.V.
or

one

in

fubftance.

kon-fub-ftan'-

CONSUBSTANTIATE,

To

than

more

a.

To

unite in

one

fubftance

common

nature.

CON

SUB-

COM

CON
kon-tem

CONTEMPERATE,

To

moderate,

To

to

tempering;

f.
moderating
mixture, proportion.
.portionate

The

of

ad

or

champion.
kon-ttnt'.a.

CONTENT,

kon-tem'-plitc.
v.

To

f.
kon-tem-pla'-fhun.

CONTEMPLATION,

Satisfiedfo

as

not

repine,eafy.

to

n.

with longattention.
mufe, think ftudioufly

To

Anta-

kon-ten'-dur.f. Combatant,

CONTENDER,
a.

CONTEMPLATE,

To

pro-

meditate.

ftudy,to

To

difpuie

ronift,opponent.

kon-tem'-plate.
v.

CONTEMPLATE,

To

To

kon-ten'-dent. f.

kon-tem-pe-ra'-ftiun.
CONTENDENT,

CONTEMPERATION,

a.

conteft.

thing,to

any

temper.

kon-tend'.v.

CONTEND,

To

-pc-rute. v.a.

kon-tent'.v.

CONTENT,
fo

as

ftopcomplaint;

to

to

a.

To

fatisfy

pleafe,to gratify,

kon-tent'. f. Moderate happiCONTENT,
;
thought on any fubje"l:
is contained,
nefs; acquiefcence
; that which
ftudy,oppofedto action.
included in any thing; the power
of conor
a.
taining,
kon-temp'-la-tlv.
CONTEMPLATIVE,
is comextent, capacity
Given to thought,ftudious,employedin ftudy;
; that which
Meditation, ftudious

holy meditation

the
haviiag

;

ly. ad.

prifedin

thought.

of

power

CONTENTED,

Thoughtfully,attentively.

CONTEMPLATOR,k6n'-tem-pla-tur. f. One
kon-tem'-po-rer-y.

CONTEMPORARY,

a.

Livingin the fame age ; born at the
of time.
at the fame point
exifting
lives

make

To

fame

time;

j the

The

aft of de-

ftate of

beingde-

defcrvingfcorn

contempt,

;

fication.

f.
kin-tem'-tibl-nls.

to

to

controvert,

CONTEST,
;

to

to

kon-tend'. v.

a.

To

difpute,

litigate.
kon-teft'.
v.

vie, to

n.

To

to
ftrive,

emulate.

kon'-teft.f.

kon-temp'-tu-ufCONTESTABLE,

Difpute,difference,

kin-tes''-tabl.
a.
Difput-

able, controvertible.
n.

To

ftrive, CONTESTABLENESS,

in oppofition
ftruggle
; to vie,to ad in

]"ition.

kon-teft'.v.

debate.

to contempt.
Difpofition

CONTEND,

To

To

country.

CONTEST,
kon-temp'-tu-if-ly.

fcorn, with defpite.

CONTEMPTUOUSNESS,
f.

a. Of
kon-ter-ra'-nyus.

CONTEST,

To

contend

defpife.

CONTEMPTUOUSLY,

nis.

kon-ter'-ml-nus.
dering
Bora-

upon.

to

kin-temp'-tu-us.
a.

quiefcence
Ac-

plenaryfatisfaflion; gratlw

CONTERMINOUS,

deferving
contempt.

manner

CONTEMPTUOUS,

With

kon-tent'-ment.f.

without

defpifed,

ad.
kon-temp'-tlb-ly.

Difcon-

tcnted, diflatisfied,
uneafy.

cheapnefs.

ad.

k6n-tent'-lis.
a.

CONTENTLESS,

the fame

CONTEMPTIBLY,

Scornful,apt

kon-ten'-fhuf-nis.
f.

conteft.

vilenefs, CONTERRANEOUS,
;
being contemptible

ftate of

a

to

Vv^ork6n-temp'-t!bl.
a.

fcorned,neglected.
eONTEMPTIBLENESS,

in

ad.
kon-ten'-fliuf-ly.

quarrelfomely.
Perverfely,

CONTENTMENT,

vilenefs.
fpifed,

CONTEMPTIBLE,

Strife,

fome, givento debate,perverfe.

Pronenefs

f.
kon-tempt'.

Meanly,

kon-ten'-ftiun. f.

k6n-tem'-p6-r!ze.
v. a.
CONTENTIOUSNESS,

others, fcorn
fpiftng

The

repining.

debate,conteft;emulation,endeavour to excel.
kon-ten'-fhus.
a.
CONTENTIOUS,
Quarrel-

contemporary.

CONTEMPT,

thy,of

Satif-

fied,at quiet,

time with another.

the fame

at

CONTEMPORISE,

To

kon-ten'-tld.part.a.
not

f.
kon-tem'-po-rer-y.
CONTENTIOUSLY,

CONTEMPORARY,
who

only in

CONTENTION,

employedin ftudy.

One

this fenfe ufcd

writing;in

a

kon-tcmp'-la-t!v-the plural.

CONTEMPLATIVELY,

cmu-

of conteft.
PoiTxbility

kin-tls'-tabl-nls.
f.

CON
kiii-ttks''.
v. a.

CONTEX,

To

CON
To

claim is made

gether.
to-

weave

kci/-tck(l.f.

CONTEXT,
of

a.

The

generalferies

difcourfe.

CONTINUALLY,

of parts
difpofition

one

The

another,the

among

cefTion

fyf-

beams

frame

of

aiStof

framingor

boards

; the
joinedtogether
joininga fabrick.

or

f. Adual
k6n-ti-gi'/-!-t)-.

CONTIGUITY,

to

touch

;

bordering
upon.
ad.
kon-t!g'-d-uf-ly.

CONTIGUOUSLY,
Without

any

CONTINENCY,

kon'-tl-nen-fy.
\ command

in general;
forbearance
felf;chaftity

pleafure
; moderatioain

lawful

kon'-tl-nent.
a.

flemious in lawful

jointedby
contains

of

other lands

;

not

dif-

a.
kcn-t;nj''e.
v.

To

accidental
beingfortuitous,

without

kon-thZ-il.

a

chafm,

poffibility.

the power

of chance

pcrfonupon
CONTINGENTLY,
any

ci.Ientally
; without

a

;

a

that
proportion

falls

v.

To

a.

of

interruption

that has

f- Connection
kon-tm-nu'-i-t^r-

without

CONTORT,

the

;

texture

or

animal

body.
kon-tln'-u-us.
gether,
a.
Joinedtothe intervention of any fpace.
b'.n-t.Jrt'.
To
v. a.
twift,
an

writhe.

wry

kon-tor'-Hmn.

line

f.

Twilt,

motion, flexure.

kon-to'r. f.

CONTOUR,

divifion.

unite

perfeverance.

CONTINUOUS,

to

;

tract,
pro-

; to

cohefion
uninterrupted,

To

main
re-

be durable

without
interruption,
ceafing.
kon-tin'-.l-ur.
f. One
CONTINUER,

f. A
kon-tln'-jent.
thing

CONTINGENT,

To

n.

out
ad. Withkon-t!:/-u-ed-ly.

CONTORTION,

by chance, accidental.

v.

fubftance.
intervening

or

CONTINUEDLY,

a.
kcn-tln'-jent.
Falling

CONTINGENT,

CONTINGENTNESS,

He
ceffion.
fuc-

feries or

to
lail,

to

repeat without

cohefion of the parts of

k6n-t!n'-jen-fy.
^ quality

by

which

any

The

is
figure

outline, the

defined

or

nated.
termi-

k6n-tln'-jcnt-ly.
ad. Ac-

f.
kon-th/-jent-nis.

To

kon-tiV-u-al. a.

kon'-tra-bind.

CONTRABAND,

any fettled rule.

Accidentalnefs.

CONTINUAL,

ftate;

CONTINUE,
or

reach.

in the hands

Ait

perfevere.

touch,

The
1 f.
kon-tln'-jenfc.

to

up

the

kon-tu/-u.

CONTINUITY,

thing.

CONTINGENCE,

out

To

that which

CONTINGENCY,
of

keeps

or

CONTINUE,

pleafures.

rate,
modepleafures
; reftrained,

the fea from

CONTINGE,
\o

uninterrupted.

k"Sn-dn'-d-a-tiv.
f.

in the fame

Chafle, ab-

kon'-tl-nent.
f. Land

any

fucceffion

or duration.
expreffion
notingpermanence
k6n-tu/-iU-tir. f.
CONTINUATOR,

to

temperate.

CONTINENT,

k6n-t!n-u-d'-fliun.f.

Protraction,
CONTINUATIVE,

To

CONTINENCE,

CONTINENT,

diately
Imme-

f.
kon-tlg'-d-uf-nls.

kon'-tl-nenfe.iL Reftraint,

lawful

one

unbroken.
uninterrupted,

;

that continues

connexion.

of one's

Sucftatc;

k6n-th/-ii-.^tc.
a.

united

fpaces.
intervening

CONTIGUOUSNESS,
Clofe

in

verance.

CONTINUATE,

or

a.
kon-tlg'-d-us.
Meeting

CONTIGUOUS,

cca-

place;duration,lallingnefs;
perfe-

a

CONTINUATION,

of fituation.

contaft,nearnefs

uninterrupted
; permanence

abode in

f. A
kon-tig-na'-^nun.

CONTIGNATION,

kon-tln'-u-infe.
f.

CONTINUANCE,

tein, the conllitution.

as

ad. Without
kot-tln'-u-al-y.

fing.

firm.
together,

Knit

kcn-teks'-tfliur.
f.

CONTEXTURE,

fo

time, witliiu

to

day.

paufe, without interruption
; without

kon-tckft'.
a.

CONTEXT,

time

from

tinual
every year and

Inceffant,

without interruption
proceeding
; in law, a

con-

bited,
Prohi-

a.

unlawful.
illegal,

kon-trakt'.v.

CONTRACT,
to
together,
to

(liorten;

make

a

Z

to

bring two

bargain;
Z

to

a.

To

draw

gether,
toparties

betroth,to

af-

fiance ;

CON

CON
fiance;to get

which

tomife.

To

kon-trakt'.v.

CONTRACT,
up,
for

a

kon'-trakt. f.

CONTRACT,

coinpaft
;
betrothed

an

to

of

the terms

act

a man
v/hereby

another

one

bargainare

a

The

(late of

woman

which

fliun. f.

tlng'-gwlfh.

f.
k6n-trak'-ted-n!s.

qualities.

V.

contrattion.
of fuftering
quality
kin-trak'-t!l.
a.
CONTRACTILE,
Having
of

the power

kin-trik'-fliun.
f.

into

the reduftion
to

vowels

of two

the

as
abbreviation,

one;

writingis full of

partiesto

kon-trak'-tur.f.
a

contraft

CONT^RADICT,

or

One

of

a.

To

an
contradifts,
oppofcr.
kon-tri-dlk'-fhi'm.
f.
CONTRADICTION,

difeafe pointsout

at

fymptoin,which
the main fcope

firft.

kon-tra-mu're.f.
the main

wall of

a

An

out-

city.

f.
kon-tra-nf-ten-fy.

in

thoughtor
CONTRADICTIOUS,

oppofitenatures

others.

manner

CONTRADICTORY,

ad.
kin'-tra-ry-ly.

contrary ; different ways,

direftions.

;

other.

inconfiftcncy,
oppofition
qualityor
;
its
of
deftruftlvc
oppofite.
pofition

kin-tra-dik'-

with himfelf
Inconfiflcncy

qualities
; in logick,
prof. Repugkon-tra-n'-a-ty.
nance,

CONTRALILY,

k6n-trA-d!k'-tur-I-

or

each
which deftroy
pofitions

Iiiconfiftency.

CONTRADICTORILY,

kon-tra-rcg-u-

contradiftory.
f. Things of
kon'-tra-ryz.
CONTRARIES,

clined
in-

tocontradift.

againft.

f. Contrariety
to rule.
lar^-i-ty.
fiftent,
Incona.
CONTRARIANT,
kon-tra'-ryant.

kon-tra-dLk'-(hus.
a.

inconfirtent;
coiitraJiftions,

CONTRADICTIOUSNESS,

placingover

CONTRARIETY,

effeft.

f.
k6n-tra-p6-z!fh'-un.

CONTRAREGULARITY,

controverfial alTertion; opoppofition,
riety,
pofition
incongruity
; inconfiftency,
; contra-

to

done, which

CONTRAPOSITION,

Verbal

ly.ad.

a

of the

kon-trA-In-dl-ka'-

indication or

An

peculiar
fymp-

generaltenour

CONTRANITENCY,

bargain.

kon-tra-dlkt'.
v.

that

fhuf-nis.f.

contrary

kon-tri-u/-dI-

the

to

wall built about

A

to deny; to be contrary to.
oppofeverbally,
k6n-tra-dlk'-tur.
f. One
CONTRADICTER,

Filled with

in-

was

Re-aftion, a refiftcncy
preflure.
againfl:

CONTRACTOR,
To

blow
in the

fome

pointout

CONTRAMURE,

contraftions.

the

contrary

of

fyllables

or

tom,

a.

forbids that to be

compafs; in mar,
gram-

a narrow

V.

fhun. f.

The

the aft of
or
fhortening;
contrafting
the
ftate
of
fhri
or
beingconveiling
fhrinking
;
aft of

drawn
trafted,

To

kate.

malady.
CONTRAINDICATION,

itfelf.
fliortening

CONTRACTION,

the
but

CONTRAINDICATE,

To

kon-trak'-tlbl-nls.

The

f.

iilTure;

part, contrafififurc.

of contraction.

CONTRACTIBLENESS,

k-Sn-tra-fls'-fhilre.
f. A
flcuU, where

of the

is called
flifted,

CONTRACTIBLE,kc.n-trak'-t!bl.a. Capable

kon-tra-dif-

by oppol\te
diftinguiih

To

a.

CONTRAFISSURE,

crack
k6n-trak-ti-bIl'-!-ty.

of beingconlradled.
Poffibility

f.

in all its

oppofite
qualities.

Difl^inftionby

CONTRADISTINGUISH,

To

included.

beingcontraifled.

CONTRACTIBILITY,

f.
kon-tra-dlk'-tm-y.

CONTRADISTINCTION,kon-tra-dif-tmk'-

are

writingin

; a

CONTRACTEDNESS,

bargain,a

A
and

that
logick,

which
propofition
oppofesanother
terms, inconfiftency.

provifions.

of
quantity

in

A

contraiR:

to

;

is in the fulleftoppofition.

CONTRADICTORY,

Tofhrink

n.

grow {hort; to bargain,as

to

inconfiftentwith

Oppofiteto,

to epiabridi^e,

habit of ; to

a

in

In

a

oppofite

Little ufed.

CONTRARINESS,

f. Contrariety,
k6n'-tra-ry-n!s.

oppofition.

oppofitely

CONTRARIOUS,
a.
kui-tra-dlk'-tur-y.

Oppofite,
kon-tra'-ryus.
a.

repugnant.
CONTRA-

CON

CON
affifiance
ad. I
to
kon-tr./-rydr-ly.
molingthe f:inisend, bringing

CONTRARIOUSLY,

OppofiteJy.

joint
defign.
ad. Conkoi/-tra-ry-wilc.

CONTRARIWISE,

fadden,to

km/-traft. f.

CONTRAST,

butes
figures,
by which one contrianother.
efFedtof
or
vifibilit)-

kin-traft'.v.

CONTRAST,
in

oppofition
; to

worn

To

a.

fiiew another

the falliesof the

to

up,

kon-tra-ve^nc.
v.

To

a.

He

of

To

To

; to

kon-trlb'-u-tcr-y.
ing
Paya.

the fame

CONTRIBUTE,

To

giveto fome common
CONTRIBUTE,

in

a

have

ftock.

k6n-tr!b'-dt.
v.
fhare in any acl

a

perfons
;

plan

n.

To

form

Lln-t.^rye-ment.
f. Invention.
ir.
kin-vri'-'.

is paidfor the

kcn-tro'l.f.

CONTROL,

f

iu-

An

To

n.
or

cft'ect.

common

fupportof

givenby fepurpofe; that
an
lying
army

is

kon-trlb'-u-tlv.
Th.it
a.
or

power
concurrence

of promoting
quality
v/ith other motives.

k6n-trlb'-u-tur.
f

that bears a part in fome cbmmon

CONTRIBUTORY,

One

defign.

a. Prokon-trib'-u-tur-y.

A

or
regifter

count
ac-

officer,that each may

by the other ; check, reftraint;
fuperintcndence.
power, authority,
kon-tro^l.v. a.
To
To
keep
CONTROL,
under check by a counter-reckoning
; to govern,
be

examined

to

refirain;

to

confute.

kon-trc/l-abl.
a.

to
jedlto control,fubjeft

has the power

of

The

office of

a

CONTROLMENT,
power

or

reftraint;

One

that

governingor reftraining.

f.
kin-tro'l-iir-fhlp.
controller.
f
kon-tro'l-mJnt.

The

or
rcfiraining,
fuperintcnding
confutation.
oppofition,

a6t of

CONTROVERSIAL,
to

Sub-

be over-ruled.

kon-tro'l-ur.f.

CONTROLLER,
CONTROLLERSHIP,

CONTRI3UTIVE,

another

defignin conjunftion CONTROLLABLE,

that which

for fome

any purpofein
CONTRIBUTOR,

To

defign, plan.

kon-trl-bii'-ftiun.
f. The

fome
pi()moting

has the

kon-trfve. v.

kept by
To

a.

country.

which

a.

to

fovereign.
kon-trlb'-ut.
v.

CONTRIBUTION,

which

tifice.
ar-

venter.

To

other

aft

an

means.

CONTRIVE,

CONTRIVER,

vcral hands

Poflible

plot,

a

kon-tri've.v.

find out

kcn-trek-ta'-fhun.f.

touching.
CONTRIBUTARY,

with

act of

kc'n-trl'-vinfe.
f. The

contriving
; fcheme, plan;

CONTRIVE,

or

A

aft of

kon-tri'-vabl.
a.

CONTRIVANCE,

Oppofition.
CONTRECTATION,

part,

The

the mind.

plannedby

be

CONTRIVEMENT,

to

kon-trlfh'-un.
f.

for fin.

kon-tra-vcn'-fliun.
f.

a

kon-tri'te-nis.
f Contrition,

row
foror rubbing
powder ; penitence,
grinding

CONTRAVENTION,

bear

tlic

to

out

oppofesanother.

to

Bruifed,much

guilt,penitent.

CONTRITION,

der
hin-

to obftfudt,
to baffle.
oppofc-,
kon-tra-ve'-nur.f
CONTRAVENER,

tribute

fad.

garrifon.

CONTRAVENE,

who

kci/-trite.a.

vantage.CONTRIVABLE,
ad-

to
figure

fortificationthrown

The

The

beingmade

repentance.

place

kin-tra-val-ld'-

CONTRAVALLATION,

To

Not

ftate of

To

ufed.

v.'ith forrow, harafied with

v.'orn

fsnfe of

to

fhun. f.

making fad, the

;

Oppofitionand

dilTimilitude of
the

of

CONTRITENESS,

contrary purpofe.

to

forrowful.

make

CONTRITE,

qualities
contrary to feme
; a propofition
tlieother ilde; to a
on
; in oppofition,

other

tns^-tate.
v. a.

"Not ufed.

f. A thing
o.^opkcV-tra-ry.
pofite

CONTRARY,

To

act

direction.
oppofite

an

kon

CONTRISTATION,kin-trif-t^'-fhun.f
a.
contradictory;
kon'-tra-ry.
Oppofitc,
inconfiftent,
difagreeing
; advcrff,

in

CONTRISTATE,

To

the contrary.

verfL-ly
; on
CONTRARY,

fon:e

kon-tr6-ver'-{hil.
lating
a. Re-

difputatious.
difputcs,
CONTRO-

CON

CON
f. Difk6i/-trd-ver-fy.

C(3NTR0VERSY,
pute, debate
To

; a

; a quarrel.
k6i/-tr5-vcrt.
To
v. a.

CONTROVERT,

'debate,

fitnefsof time

;

or

place.

abie,.
proper.
ad.
kon-ve'-nyuU-ly.

CONTROVERTIDLE,

kon-tri-.eft^lW. a.

CONVENIENTLY,

Difputable.
.CONTROVERTIST,

ken'-trO-ver-tSft. f.

Commodioufly,fitly.
kon'-vent.
CONVENT,'

Difputsnt.

perfons;
religious
a nunnery.
flery,

kcn-tu-ma'-flius.
Cba.

CONTUMACIOUS,

tion
cafe, accommoda-

of

a.
kon-ve'-nyent.
Fit,fuit-

CONVENIENT,

difpute
any thingin writing.

to

caufe

commodioufnefs,

fuit in law

f.

afllmblyof

An

houie,
religious

a

a

niona-

kin-vent',v. a. To call beftubborn.
To CONVENT,
fore
ftinatc,
perverfe,
CONTUMACIOUSLY,
kcn-td-md'-ihuf-Iy. a judgeor judicature.Not in ufe.
ad.
k6n'-ven-tikl.f. An afCONVENTICLE,
Obftinately,
inflexibly,
perverfely.
kon-tu-mi'-fiiuffor worlhip;
CONTUMACIOUSNESS,
fembly,a meeting; an aflembly
nls. f.

fecret aflembly.
Obflinacy,
pcrverfencfs.
kon-vcn'-t!k-lur.
f. Obftinacy, CONVENTICLER,
f.
.CONTUMACY,
kon'-til-ma-fy.
a

perverfcncfs
; in law,
difobedicnce

a

wilful

any lav.'fulfummons

to

and

contempt
or

or
frequentsprivateand
fupports

proachful, of
Rea.
kon-tu-mc'-Iyus.

farcallick ;
;

inclined

to

utter

kon-tiUme'-lyuf-iy.

n's. f.

Rudenefs,reproach.
f. Conten.pCONTUMELY,
kin'-tu-me-ly.

CONVENTUAL,

tuoufnefs,bittcrnefs of language,
reproach.
kon-tu'ze.v. a.
'lo CONTUSE,
To beat together,

CONVENTUAL,

to

bruiie;to

bruife the ficfhwithout

a

to

a

breach of the contijiuity.

beatingor bruifmg;
bruifed

to

kon-tii^-zhun.
f. The

CONTUSION,

the

ftate of

afl of

beingbeaten

of

health, recovery from

a

difcafc.

one

one

for

kon-ve'ne.

CONVENE,

To

to
together,
CONVENE,
to

v.

To

n.

come

to
aflemble,

judicially.
CONVENIENCE,

CONVENIENCY,

k6n-ver".v.

convoke

;

to

call

To

n.

tend

a.

kon-ver'-sibl.
a.

Qiialificd

fitfor company.
converfation,
'

kon-ver'-slbl-nls.
f.

of beinga plcafing
companion.
quality
ad.
In
kin-ver'-slb-ly.

a

manner.
cpjiverfable

CONVERSANT,
gether,
to-

fummon

monk,

7
kon-ver'-jent.
Tending
5 to one point
kon-ver'-jing.

C

To

a.

A

convent.

different places.

alTcmble.

kon-ve'ne.v.

a

different places.

point from

CONVERSABLENESS,
The

ftiptilations.

k6n-vei/-tu-al.f.
that lives in

CONVERSABLY,
To

time.

convent, monaltick.

CONVERSABLE,

kcn-va-les'-sent.
covering.
Rea.

CONVALESCENT,

a

CONVERGING,

CONVALESCENCY,k6n-.v.i-lcV-stn-fy.j
Renewal

nun,

from

kon-va-les'-senfe.
T

a

kon-v.'n'-tu-al.
a.
ing
Belong-

CO?"IVERGENT,

bruife.

; a

CONVALESCENCE,

an

a.
kon-vcn'-fliun-er-y.

contract,fettled by

CONVERGE,

To

af-

;

agreedon by compact.

CONVENTIONARY,

Ki/-tii-mc'-lyuf-Aitingupon

CONTUMELIOUSNESS,

for

afl:

k6n-ven'-fnun-ul.
pulated,
a. Sti-

CONVENTIONAL,

Reproachfully,
contemptuoufly.

The

coalition

union,
coming together,
fembly; a contract,an agreement

proach
re-

produftiveof reproach,fliameful.

CONTUMELIOUSLY,

or

kon-ven'-fliun.
f.

CONVENTION,

CONTUMELIOUS,

One

unlawful

ailemblies.

judicial

order.

ad.

that

kon'-ver-fent.
^ a.

Ac-

ver'
^kon-ver'-fcnt.
5 quainted

with, familiar;having intercourfe

with ^any,

acquainted
to, concerning.
; relating
Tf.
Fitkon-vc'-nyuifc.
5
kon-ve'-nytn
nefs,
-fy.

CONVERSATION,

kon-vcr-fa'-fliun.
f. Familiar

difcourfc,chat, cafytalk

;

a

particular
aa

CON
aftof

difcourfing
upon

CON

of

intercourfe,
familiarity
; behaviour,

niaaiicr

in
a"ling

Co

kon-ver'fe.
v.

CONVERSE,
hold

to

with

any

;

; to
fubjccl

intercourfe
difcourfc

to

ha\'e

in

To

n.

with ; to be

quainted
ac-

with

commerce

a

kon'-verfe.
f.

Manner

from
tranfport

tranfmit ; to

change

flats into another, tranfmutation

one

changefrom

reprobationgrace ;
one
religion another.
kon-ver'-siv.
CONVERSIVE,
a.
Converfable,

the

fociable.

kon-vei-t''.
v. a.

CONVERT,

To

To

a.

another

carry, to
hand

; to

fecretly
; to

move

; to

kon-vc'-anfe,f. The afl of

the

or tranfway for carriage

method

of

removing fecretly
j
livery
by
; deany thingis conveyed
from one
to another ; afl of transferring
property ; writingby which property is tra^if-

portation
;

to

To

v.

deliver to another

transfer,

removingany thing;

changefrom

to

;

infide,
cor-

the

protuberance.

to

to

impart.
CONVEYANCE,

;

on

placeto

one

another

to

one

external

k6n-ve'.

CONVEY,

To

With

changeof order, reciprocally.
from

a.

from

kon-ver'-fhun,f.

Havingthe hollow

to the
refponding

the contrary.

Conversion,

k6n'-vikf-6-k6n''-

CONVEXO-CONCAVE,

of dif-

bitation,
cohacourfmgin familiar life; acquaintance,
it
with
geometricians
;
familiarity

CONVERSELY,

convex:

protuberance,convexity.

different

ad.
kon-verYe-ly.

a

kon-vcks'-nls.
f. Spheroidical

CONVEXNESS,

familiarly
upon

kave.

means

ad.
In
kon-vcks'-ly.

form.

bit
coha-

fcx.

CONVERSE,

rance
ProtubeC
kin-veks'-i-ty.

circular form.

a

CONVEXLY,

life.

common

with,

CONVEXITV,

; Commerce,
fubjeft

any

which

means

ferred.

change

kon-ve'-an-fur.
f. A lawyer
CONVEYANCER,
totranfmute;to change
fubftance,
who
draws
which
another
from
to
turn
a
t
o
writings
property is tranfby
;
religion
ferred.
good lifej to applyto any ufe, to appropriate.
k-jn-ve'-ur.
f. One who carries
CONVEYER,

into another

from
bad

To

one

to

a

kon-vert'.v.

CONVERT,
a

cha:ig",

to be

one

that

may

kon-vcr'-t!bl,a.
;

Sufcept-

fo much

alike

as

be ufed for the other.

in

of

guilt;the

convex

circular

Conviacd, detefted

of

confutation.
convincing,

kon-vlk'-tlv.
a.

Having the

convincing.
to

k6n-v!n'fe.V.

acknowledge
a

To

a.

force

contcftedpofitionj

convict.
f. Con"i
kon-vln'fe-ment.

CONVINCEMENT,

body.
rant
Protube-

ad. In
kwi-vek'-fcd-ly.

k6n-vln'-slbl.
a.

CONVINCIBLE,

circular form.

form.

dif-

vidtion.
A convex

kon-vckft'.part. a.

CONVEXEDLY,

adl of

CONVICTIVE,

to

convert.

concave.

kon'-vcks. f.

a

prove

guilt.

power

kon'-ver-tfre.
f. A
CONVERTITE,
kon^-veks.a. Rifmg in a
CONVEX,

CONVEXED,

kon-vlk't.a.

CONVICT,

another

to
form, oppofite

To

a.

guilt; confute,to
to

to be falfe.

ad. Reciprocally. To CONVINCE,
kon-ver'-tlb-Jy.

CONVERTIBLY,

CONVEX,

k6n-v!k't.v.

detcft in

caftat the bar,
kw/-vlkt.f.A perfon
f. Dcteaion
kon-vlk'-fliun.
CONVICTION,

beingpoffible be converted.

change,tranfmutaWe

one

thing.

f.
k6n-vcr-ty-bll'-!-ty.
CONVICT,
to

CONVERTIBLE,
that

guilty,

to

in

of
quality

tranfmits any

CONVICT,
cover

One

converts.

ible of

or

To

.kon-vert'-ur.
f.

CONVERTIBILITY,
The

undergo

opinionto another.

CONVERTER,
makes

To

kon'-vert.f. A perfonconvcr^.ed

CONVERT,
from

n.

tranfmuted.

of convidion

of
; capable

Capable
difbeingevideatly

proved-.
a

ad. In
kon-vln'-s!ng-ly.

CONVINCINGLY,
Aich

a manner

as

to

leave

A

a

a

no

room

for doubt.

CQNVIN-

d

of

power

convincing.

kon-vi've,v. a. Toentertain,
CONVIVE,
to feaft. Obfoletc.
kon-vi'-val."7a. Relating
to an
CONVIVAL,

kon'-vo-kite.v.

To

a.

kon-v6-ka'-{hun.f. The

calling

affembly

confultation upon

To

To

CONVOLVE,

fummon

to

an

roll one

part upon

Twifted, rolled

rolling
any thingupon
in company.
of rolling
together
land

a.

Attendance

cold

or

fea

at

mufcles

or

;

an

To

a.

give

the parts

and
irregular

A

con-

of the

violent

ground.

mild

has the

which

body;

a

veflelin which

heat,orfharp

paflion.
kd'l-nls.f.

degreeof cold

Gentle cold, a foft

kd'm. f. Soot

gathersover

that works

the wheels of

carriages.
meafure

A

difaffeilion,

paffion.

that

that matter

kd'm. f.

of

; want

;

COOP,

their holes in the

ground.
cry

as a

dove

or

pigeon.

A cage,

f.
kd'-pur.

COOPER,

of

an

of

out

corn

taining
con-

COOPERAGE,
paid for
To

To

A

pen for

fhut up in

motion in
One

animals,as

a

narrow

dancing.

that makes

coops

coopers

f. The
kd'-pur-ldzh,

concur

price

work.

COOPERATE,

to

a

barrels.

with
jointly

v. n.
k6-6p'-er-ate.

another

to

To

the fame end j

in the fame effecS.

COOPERATION,
a(5t of

To

kd'p.f.

or flieep.
poultry
To COOP,
V. a.
kd'p.
compafs,to cage.
f.
kd-pe'.
COOPEE,

labour

f.
A
kun'-ny-bur-6.

rabbits make

n.

That

oven's mouth

or

CONY-BOROUGH,

COO,

without

COOM,

tending
at-

kon-vul'-s!v.a.
CONVULSIVE,
Giving
twiches or fpafms.
f. A rabbit,an animal that
CONY,
kun'-ny.

ku'.v.

cool,to,allay

anger.
lefs hot; to
grow

four bufliels.

contradion
involuntary

the

heat.

make

regardto pafllon.

inclination ; freedom from

motion, commotion.

To

;

Cognifance,COOMB,

motion to
and involuntary
irregular
of any body.
kon-vul'-fhun.f.
CONVULSION,
an

from

thingis made cool.
ad.
Without
COOLLY,
kd'-ly.

pany
accom-

an

fibres and

cold, approaching

To

with

coolingthe

COOLNESS,
To

kon-vul'fe.v.

vulfion is

a.

ko'-lir.f.
of

term.

CONVULSE,

placewhere

lefswarm

power

itfelfj the ftate

kon'-u-fanfe.f.

CONUSANCE,

burroughsin

drefling

fond.

To

ko'l.v.n.

COOL,
grow

defence.

law

of

art

to calm
quietpafllon,

; to

COOLER,

of defence ; the att of

by way

ko'l.v.

COOL,
heat

fea,for the fake of defence.

or

f.
kon^-voy.

A

fliip'9

any

v. a.
kon-voy'.

CONVOY,

Somewhat

cold; not zealous,not
k3'l.f. Freedom
COOL,
to

roll

another.

ko^I.a.

COOL,

To
To

a.

kon-vo-lii'-fhun.
f. The

a"ft of

notice.

v.

itfelf.

upon

CONVOLUTION,

a

in

room

the

prepare viduals for

To

a.

f. The
ko'k-er-ry.

COOKERY,

call together,

k6n-v6-lu''-tld.
part.

CONVOLUTED,

as

To

a.

aflembly.

kon-voW.

to
together,

the road

kd''k.v.

COOK,

To

kon-vo'ke.v.

CONVOKE,

To

an

ecclefialUcal.

To

on

affembly
;

; an

clergyfor

the

of
aflembly

by

A

viftuals.

to an

CONVOY,

that

the table.

CONVOCATION,

To

maid

preparedfor

are
provifions

which

call together.

to

ko'k-rom. f.

COOK-ROOM,

quibble.

matters

A

crew.

ko-nun'-drum. f. Alowjelt,

CONVOCATE,

adt of

f,

dreffes provifions.

entertainment,
kon-vlv'-yal.^

CONUNDRUM,
a

ko'k-mad.

COOK-MAID,

focial.
fefta),

To

whofe profcfllon
is t"

One

drefs and jtrepare viftuals for the table.

To

CONVIVIAL,

ko'k. f.

f.
COOK,
kon-vln'-s'ng-nls.

CONVINCINGNESS,
The

coo

o

o

f. The
k6-6p-er-;\'-(hun.

to the
or
concurrijig
contributing

lame

end.
COOPE-

COR

COR

A
a.
kip'-u-la-tlv.

COPULATIVE,

of

term

grammar.

f. A
kcp'-y.

COPY,

good
the archetype
; the original,
; a
from another picltire.

fair copy

drawn
pifture

f. A book
kc.p'-py-t"ok.

COPY-BOOK,

written foi"jearncrs

are
copies

hath

the tenant

copy of the rolls msdc
lord's

To

k'V-py.v.

COPY,
"write after

CORDAGE,
CORDED,

To

kop'-py.n.

COPYIST,

ko-ket'. v.

the

thingin

To

a.

treat

f.
k6-kct-ry.

COQUETRY,

with

endeavours

to

A

airygirl,

gay,

attract notice.

k6/-akl. f. A

CORACLE,

any

heart,

medicine

great hardnefs and
in the water,

as

coral is

Red

it is after

growing
to the
longexpofure

pieceof coral which

plaything.
CORALLINE,

a

while

flonynature

children

ufe

as

a

comforts,gladdens,

thing; the

"boilor

of

kir'-.^l-inc.
f. Coralline

ufed
"fea-plant

CORALLOID,
a.

CORANT,

is

fruit which
in

a

leather.
refembling

f. A plant.
ko-r"'-.V-dur.

kur'-rln.f.

A

fmall

fruit

monly
com-

f. Is generally
k6-n/-tlTyan.

the fourth of the five orders of archi-

reckoned

a

tciSure.

orCORALLOIDAL,

kor'-i'd- CORK,

Refemblingcoral.
A

ka'rk. f. A

like the
refpe"ls

nimble

bark

fprightly

of the

of
flopplc

kor'-ban.f.

a

contained

called currant.

dance.

CORBAN,

part of

; the matter

fubftance

a

CORIANDER,

in medicine.

ko-rant'.f.

heart; the inner part

inner

kO-ry-a'-fhus.
a.
Confining

leather;of

CORINTHIAN,

CORALLINE,

to

{ore.

CORIACEOUS,

of
Confifting

"oral.

Reviving,invigorating

ad.
kar'-dyal-y,
Sincerely,

CORINTH,
kor'-al-fne.
a.

increafes

finccrity.

k6''-re.
f. The

of any

plantof

that

f. Relation
kir-dyal'-i-t^'.

contiiinsthe kernel

kor'-al. f.

t^atinquickens

or

heartily.
CORE,

boat ufcd in Wales

medicine

A

the

fmccre, hearty.

the heart ;

"by fifhers.

an

of

thing that

CORDIALLY,

k5-kct'.f.

COQUETTE,

Inid.

force

CORDIALITY,

advances.

air ; the

f.
kaVdyal.

;

of

fen'es him
'

circulation ;

an

AfFeaation

Francifcan

A

cincture.

the

cords.

of ropes.

the cord which

from

ftrength
; any

teadernefs.

-of amorous

appearance

CORAL,

a

of
quantity

Made

kor-de-le'r.
f.

CORDIAL,

fomethingelfe.

COQUET,

who

ka'r-did.a.

bind with ropes.

A

and exhilarates.
One
who
7 f.
kop^-y-ur.
copies
ka r-dyal.
or
a.
kr"p'-y-M.S
writing
pifturcs. CORDIAL,

COPYER,

amorous

for

tranfcribe,to

To

a.

ka'r-didzh^
f.

fo named
frier,

do any

To

V.

rope-maker.
piled
up

a

ka'rd-wSd.f. Wood

CORDELIER,

creafes

COPY,

ka'rd-ma-kur.f. One whofe

ka'rd.v.

CORD,

copyhold.

a.

a quantitjr
firing;

for fuel.
To

to propofe
to
original
; to imitate,

an

imitation of

To

ropes,

his

imitation.

To

trade is to make

the

f. One
kop'-py-hdl-dur.

a

pile eightfeet long,four

a

broad.

CORD-W-OOD,

nothingto fhew but
by die fteward of

of land in
poflefTed

for fuel ;

high,and four
CORD-MAKER,

in which

court.

COPY-HOLDER,
that is

of wood

a

imitate.

to

of a bafket.
prcL'ntation
kd'rd.
f. A rope,
CORD,

f. A -tenure,for
kip'-py-hald.

COPY-FIOLD,
which

the archetype

indi'.idual book, as

original
; an

or

and

from
tranfcript

kir'-bel.
f. In architeaurc,
the re-

CORBEL,

An

alms bafket,
a

gift,

aim*;.

kor'-bOlz.f. Little baflcetsufeJ
CORBEILS,
ia fertification,
filled
with earth.

To

CORK,,

n

tree, in
glandiferous

ilex,exceptingthe

cork tree

uftd

for

all

bark; the

floppies
; the

bottle.

ka'rk. v.

a.

To

put corks into

bottles.

CORKING-PIN,
the

f. A pin of
ka'r-kmg-pli/.

fize.
largcft

CORKY,

COR

COR

kyr-ky.a.

CORKY,

CORMORANT,
fifh;

preys upon

ka''rn.f.

CORN,

in

not

cars,

feeds wlilch grow

The

cxcrefccncc

an

;

feet,hard and painful.
ka'rn. v. a.
To
CORN,
with

fait ;

to

is

corn

horns, to

fieldwhere

A

f. A plant:
ka'rn-fllg.

the

corn

karn'-flow-ur.f.
k^/rn-land. f.
of
production

priated
appro-

grain.

ka'rn-mil.f.

mill

A

green ftalk of

a

is

A

a

from

ka'r-nel.

}'"

kor-ne'-lyan-tre.

Cornel-tree beareth

CORNEOUS,

fruit

commonly

cornelian-cherry.
kaVny-us.a. Horny, of

place;the

CORNER-STONE,

An

angle;a

fecret

or

the utmoft limit.
extremities,
ka'r-nur-ftd'ne.
f. The

ftone that unites the

walls

two

at

the

nally.
Diago-

k;Vr-nit.f.

blown

with

horfe,in
bears the

the mouth

A
; a

mufical
company

inftrument
or

troop of

this fcnfe obfolete ; the ofEcer

ftandard of

a

troop

;

Cornet

that
of

horfe,is the loweft part of his partemthat runs
round

the coffin.

a

a garland.
crown,
Belongingto the

a

to

garland.
f.
k6r-6-n4'-fhun.

of
folemnity

a^

The

the pomp

a

or

whofc

any violent death

duty is to enquire,how

was

occafioned.

kor'-o-net.
f.

CORONET,
worn
by
CORPORAL,

An

Lnfcriorcrown

nobility.
f. The
kl'r-p6-ral.

infantry
; a

loweft officer

low fea-officer.

a.
ka'r-p6-rai.
Relatingto

CORPORAL,

the

body, belongingto
fpiritual.

the

body; material,not

f.
The
kar-p6-ral'-i-ty.

of beingembodied.
quality
ad.
Eodily.
ka'r-p6-ral-y.
United in a
a.
kaVp6-ret.

CORPORALLY,

CORNET,

conclu-

to
a.
kor'-o-ner-y.
Relating

CORPORALITY,

corner.

ka'r-nur-wize.ad.

CORNERWISE,

fub-

horn,

applied in anatomy to arteries
of
encompafs the heart in the manner

the

a

hard like

it is

of the

horn.
ftance refembling
ka'r-nur.f.
CORNE-R,
remote

the

horned,a

man

crowning king;
at a coronation.
prefent
aflembly
kor'-o-nur.f. An officer
CORONER,
or

man

corns
extirpate

to

CORNELIAN-TREE,
The

ko-ro'-nal.a.

COEjONATION,

it
profeffion

with

corn.

kor^-o-nal.f. A

;

fancied

corn.

the foot.

called the

crown

ki'rn-tfhand-K'ir.
f One

that retails corn.

CORNCUTTER,

Grafted

top of the head.

grind

to

ka'm-kut-tur. f.

bcftow

f. The
kor'-o-lar-y.

CORONARY,

the jointof
fiittin'g
CORNCHANDLER,

To

a.

inference.

an

CORONAL,
CORONAL,

f. A pipemade
ka'rn-pTpe.
by

CORNEL,

a.

COROLLARY,

The

Land

A

ka^r-ny. Strongor

CORNY,

into meal.

whofe

kor-nii'-tld.
a.

horns, cuckolded.
kor-nu'-to.f.
CORNUTO,

fion ;

CORN-PIPE,

kor-nii'te.
v.

CORNUTED,

blue bottle.

CORN-LAND,

littlehorn.

A

cuckold.

horny; producinggrainor

CORN-FLOWER,

CORN-MILL,

f.

cuckold.

f. Thefloorwhcre
ka'rn-flor.

the

kdVnikl.

havinghorns.

is ftored.

to

column.

f. The
CORNUCOPI/E,
ka'r-nd-kG"-pya.
horn of plenty.

like thofe of the fleur-de-lis.

CORN-FLOOR,

or

fprinklc ToCORNUTE,

growing.

are

wall

a

CORNIGEROUS,kar-mdzh'-e-ras. a. Horned,

grains.

ka'rn-fe'ld.
f.

CORN-FLAG,
leaves

the

on

fait,to

into fmall

form

CORN-FIELD,
corn

in

pods ; grainunreapcd ; grain in

the ear, yet unthrefhcd

To

of

CORNICLE,

glutton.

a

kaVni's. f. The high:/}
projeaioa

CORNICE,

cork.
Confiftingof

ka'r-mo-rant. f. A bird that

CORPORATE,

body or community.
CORPORATION,

f. A bpdy
kor-p6-ra'-fhan.

politick.
CORPOREAL,
bodv,

not

a.
Having
kor-po'-ryal.

immaterial.
B b b

CORPO.

a

COR

COR
f. Materikor-p6-rc'-I-tp
ality,

CORPOREITY,

bodylinefs.
koV.

CORPS,

7 f.

body;

A

carcafc,a

a

a corfe
ka^rpfe.
^ dead bodj-,

CORPSE,

; a

CORPULENCY,
fle{hinefs.

ka'r-pil-lJ-nt.
bulky.
Flefhy,
f. A fmall body,
ka'r-pi"I.

CORPULENT,

a.

CORPUSCLE,
atom.

kor-pus'-ku-ler.

CORPUSCULAR,

The

kor-ra'de.v.

CORRADE,

To

rub off,

To

a.

f. A
kor-ra-dy-r-fhim.

CORRADL^TION,

of rays in
conjundtion

one

to

to
chaftife;

of

one

amend

ingredient
by

to

fit;

to

keep

To

n.

commerce

up

with another by alternateletters.
)
CORRESPONDENCE,
k6r-ref-pi:/-d^nfe.

;

to

another;intercourfe,
reciprocal
intslligencej
of offices or civilities.
friendfhip,
interchange
CORRESPONDENT,
k6r-i-ef-p6n'-den:.
a.
to

anfwerable.
Suitable,
adapted,

a.

obviate the

a.

Revifed

f.
k6r-ref-p6n'-dent.

punlfli, CORRESPONDENT,

To

qualities

One

with

whom

finifhcd

is
or
commerce
intelligence
or letters.
kept up by mutual meffages
fwerable,
Ana.
k6r-ref-pcn'-s!v.
CORRESPONSIVE,

Punifli-

CORRIDOR,

another.

kor-rekt^

of one thing
Relation,reciprocal'adaptation

or

with exadnefs.

adaptedto any thing.
kor-rek'-fhun. f.

CORRECTION,

difcipline
; amendment

m;n%

J', v.
kir-ref-p6n

fuit,to anfwer,

point.

kor-rekt'.v.

CORRECT,

CORRECT,

kor-rel'-a-tlv-nSs.
f.

beingcorrelative.

CORRESPOND,

f.

fcrape
together.

to

ftate of

f. Chiding,
kor-rep'-fliin.
CORREPTION,
reprehenfion,
reproof.

bodies.
to bodies,comprifing
R";lating

a.

To

a

S
CORRESPONDENCY,k6r-ref-p6n'-den-ff.
i
kor-puf-ku-la^-ryan.

CORPUS.CULARL\N,
To

7

Having

relation.
reciprocal

CORRELATIVENESS,
? f. BulkiklVpu-Ienfe.
dy,
k;Vr-pu-len-fy.
J ncfs of bo-

that'ftand*

k6r-rel'-a-tiv.
a.

CORRELATIVE,

dy
bo-

of forces.

CORPULENCE,

an

kor'-re-lute.
f. One
CORRELATE,
in the oppofite
relation.

;

that which

lyinground

is

f. The
kir-ry-do're.

covert

way

fortifications;
a gallery
or long

the

ifleround about a building.
thingwrong ;
of noxious
That which
a.
reprehenfion
kor'-rl-jibl.
qualities, CORRIGIBLE,
; abatement
be
altered
amended
or
punifliable.
by the addition of fomethingcontrary.
;
may
kor-ri'-val.
f. Rival,competitor.
kor-rek'-fhun-ur.f. A
CORJIIVAL,
CORRECTIONER,
Obfolete.
f. CompeCORRIVALRY,
kor-ri'-val-ry.
tition.
jayl-bird.
kor-rek'-tiv.
the
a.
CORRECTIVE,
Having
kor-rob'-o-rint.
ving
Haa.
CORROBORANT,
power to alter or obviate any bad qualities.

fubftituted in the place of any

kor-rek'-tlv.
f.

CORRECTIVE,
has the power

That

the pou'cr

which

or obviating
altering
any thing

of

To

To

feftriftion.
amifsj limitation,
ad. Accurately,
kir-rekt'-ly.

CORRECTLY,

exaftly.

make

kir-rekt'-nis.
f. Accuracy,

cxaclnefs.

or

The

kcr-rek'-tur.
f.He

free it from

thit

a(?cof

or
ftrengthening
confirming.

that revifes any

To

CORRODE,

fuch

an
thing
by degrees,to
ingredient
;
in a compofuion,
as guardsagainft
or abates the
CORRODENT,

faults

force of another.

To

CORRELATE,
have

a

k6r-r6b-e-r^'-fhun.
f.
kor-rob'-o-ra-tlv.
ving
a. Ha-

kor-rC-lA'te.
v.

ichuion,as
reciprocal

n.

To

father and fon.

increafing
ftrength.

the povv^erof

amends,

to
ftrengthcn,

ftrong.

CORROBORATIVE,

alters,by punifiiment
; he
to

kcr-rob'-a-rf.te.
v. a.

confirm, to eflablifh;to

CORROBORATION,

CORRECTNESS,
CORRECTOR,

giveftrength.

to

CORROBORATE,

kor'-ro'de.
a.
v.
wear

away

To

eat

away

gradually.

kor-rd'-dint.
a.

or wafting.
power of'corroding
kcr-ro'-dlbl.
a.
CORRODIELE,

Having the
Poffible

be confumi-d.

CORRO-

to

COR

COS

i. Pofkir-r6-f;-b!l'-l-ty.

CORROSIBILITY,

the

by wliich

means

pravation
dethingis vitiate:!,

any

fibilitybe confumed

by a meijitruum.
kor-ro'-slbl.
Pofliblc to
a.

to

CORROSIBLE,

be

confumed

by a menftruurn.
kir-iO'-sibl-nls.
f. SufCORROSIBLENESS,
of conofion.
ceptibility
kcr-r6'-zhun. f.

CORROSION,
of

The

power

eating Wearingaway by degrees.
kor-ro'-siv.
CORROSIVE,
a.
Having the power

k(!ir-rup'-tlv.
a.
Having the
of tainting
or vitiating.
quality
CORRUPTLESS,
kir-rupt'-fs.
a.
InfufceptCORRUPTIVE,

ible of corruption,
undecaying.
ad.
CORRUPTLY,
kor-rupt'-ly.
with

or

of

wearing away;

or

ve.v.

k6r-r6'-"u-.
f.

of
quality

which

That

which

has

of

that

vicioufly,
contrary

f. The
kir-ript'-nls.

CORRUPTNESS,

to

lity
qua-

corrofive ; witli the power

a

of corrofion.

kor-rS'-siv-nis.
f.

qualityof corrodingor

vice.
corruption,
putrefcence,
kor'-far.
f. A pirate.
CORSAIR,

ko'rfe.f.

CORSE,

The

eatingaway,

mony.
acri-

kor'-ru-gant.
Havingthe
a.

of

into wrinkles.
contracting
CORRUGATE,
v. a.
kor'-ru-gite.

To

A

body,a carcafe.
for
lightarmour

of the body.
forepart
kaVtE-kll.
a.
CORTICAL,
Barky,bJonging
the

to

the rind,

CORTICA'TED,
the bark of

CORRUGANT,

dead

A

kcrs'-let.
f.

CORSLET,

givingpain.

Like
ad.
kAr-r6'-siv-ly.

CORROSIVENESS,

power

ruption,
cor-

purity.

fret

waftingany thing away;

has the power

CORROSIVELY,

To

With

of

CORROSIVE,
the

ha\ing the qualityto

taint ;

ka'r-tl-ka-t!d.
a.

tree,

a

Rcfembling

j

CORTICOSE,

kar-tl-k6'fe.a.

CORVETTO,

f.
kor-vct'-to.

Full of bark.
The

curvet.

ko-rus'-kant.
a.
Glittering
by

CORUSCANT,

wrinkle or purfeup.
flafhes,
flafliing.
kd-ruf-ka'-flvin.
f. Flafh,
f. Contraction CORUSCATION,
CORRUGATION,
k6r-ru-gi'-{hun.

quick vibration of light.

into wrinkles.

To

kor-rupt^
v. a.

CORRUPT,
a

To

found

To

turn

ftate,
to infe"l
putrefcent
to deftroy
to vitiate.
integrity,
To
CORRUPT,
kor-rupt'.
v. n.
to

putrid,to

a

grow

from

nifhed with branches

become

Bearinw

fruit

or

f. He
kir-rup'-tir.

that taints

fuch

flov.ers of

the

are

f.
ko'-zyer.

f.
COSIER,
kor-rup-tI-b!l'-!-ty.

to be vitiated.
corruption; polTible

world

;

to

CORRUPTION,
by

which

;

be

corrupted.

or

k6r-rup'-fliin. principle
f. The

of
bodies tend to the feparation

cient
Amongft andern
amongH mo-

flower;

difcous

common

of prinwickednefs,perverfion
ciples

putrcfcencc
; matter

or

pus in

a

fore ;

birth of the

writes

a

Obfolete.

botcher.

with
or fetting
rifing

Beautifying.
Relatingto the

the fun.

ad. With
koz'-ml-kal-y.

the

f. The
ko7.-mog'-g"Vny.

rife

world, the creation.

COS.MOGRAPHER,
who

A

koz''-mi-kal.
a.

f.
COSMICALLY,
CORfiUPTIBLENESS,
kor-rup'-t!bl-n!s.
fun.
of corruption.
Sufceptibility
ad. In fuch
CORRUPTIBLY,
COSMOGONY,
kor-rup'-tlb-lyv

their parts ;

:

and
daifies,

koz-met'-lk.a.

COSMETICK,

kir-rup'-tibl.
a.
Sufcepti- COSMICAL,

CORRUPTIBLE,

as

berries

marygold.

to be corrupted.
Poffibility

manner

fh bunches.

cluftersof
botanifts,

with

vitiates.

CORRUPTIBILITY,

a

berries

k6-r!m'-bus.f.

a compounded
botanifls,

CORRUPTER,

of
bility

ad.
kO-rim-bif'-fe-rus.

CORYMBUS,

rotten.

wickednefs.

or

of berries.

CORYMBIFEROUS,

kor-rupt'.
a.
Vicious,tainted

CORRUPT,

prave,
de-

; to

Gara.
k6-rim'-by-a-t!d.

CORYMBIATED,

f. One
koz-mog'-gra-fur.

of the
defcription

COSMOGRAPHICAL,

v."orId.

a.
koz-md-graf'-y-kal.

of the
defcription
to a general
Relating

wor'd.

COSiMO-

C

To COTTON,
k6z-m5-grat'-y-

COSMOGRAPHICALLY,

kal-y.ad. In

relating
to

manner

a

the ftriiiSlure

The

f.
kU-mbg -gr\-fv.

fcience of the gcner; 1 fyflem
of the world ;
of the
defcription

a

; to

nap

V

kotV.

V.

placeof

univerfc.

bend

or

To

n.

rife with

lie down

To

n.

repofe; to Ue down

the

on

in

a

knees,as

lie down, in ambufh

to

a

unite with.

koi/tfh.v.

hcall to reft;

neral
ge-

to

cement,

COUCH,

To

of the world.

COSMOGRAPHY,

O

C

1^

O

;

a

ftoop

to

down, in fear,in pain.
'

1
k6z-m6-pil'-y-taiu
5
kcz.m-"p'-p6-lhe.

COSMOPOLITAN,

COSMOPOLITE,
A

citizen of the

world, one

in

is at home

who

To

koft''.
f. The

expence

;

COST,

To

be haid at

priceof

any

lofs,detriment.
koft^ V. n.
To

be

and

round

thing;charge,

bulkylike

A

the ribs.

head,

hide in

the

reft;Xo

the pupilof
overfpreads

kou'-tfliant.
a.

Bound

repofe
; a layer,

Lying down,

ka'-fhe.f. Bedtime,the

COUCHEE,
in the

A feat of

fquatting.
time of

late at night.
vifiting

body;

kou'tih-ur.f.

COUCHER,

kos'-tlv-nls.
f. The ftateof

COSTIVENESS,

fpearin

flratum.

COUCHANT,

'

clofe.

kou'tfli.
f.

COUCH,

apple

an

the head.

kos'-tlv.a.

COSTIVE,

bed, to

To layon a place
in a ftratum ;
thing
any
another body; to include fe-

laydown

to

the eye.

broughtfor, to

Belongingto

kos'-tard. f.

COSTARD,

to

or

kos'-til.
a.

COSTAL,

repofe;

deprcfsthe film that

price.

a

of

a.

to hide ; to fix the
crctiy,

every place.

COST,

kou'tfli.
V.

COUCH,

He

that couches

or

cataraels.
deprcfles

the body in vA?hich excretion isobftrucied.
kou'tfh-fel-lo.
low,
f. BedfelCOUCHFELLOW,
f. Sumptuoufnef;,
koft'-ly-nls.
COSTLINESS,
companion.
^
f. A weed.
COUCHGRASS,
expenfivenefs.
kou'tfli-gras.
kd've.f. A fmall creek or bay; a flicla.
koft'-ly.
COSTLY,
Sumptuou?,expenfive. COVE,
kot

COT,

f.

.

A

fmall

houfe, a hut,

a

ter,

mean

habitation.
f. The
ko-tan'-jent.

COTANGENT,
of

an

to

ninety

arch which

is the

tangent

of another

time,

kot'-land.f.

Land

f. A

bufies

who

man

kct'-tldzh.f.

A

civil

hut, a

To

mean

habitation.

kot'-ta-jir.One
f.

cottage;

without

a

one

who

wlio lives in the

lives

f.
kot'-yjr.

One

who

tree,;

COTTON,
cotton.

kuv'-ur.

down

of the cotton-

conceal
with

COVER,
kot^n.f.
a

A

thingwith
fomethinglaid over

inhabits

The

word

introduced

v.

To

a.

kot'n.

who

in the

j to

hide

overTpreadany
conceal

harm

female ; to

to

brood onj

wear

the hat.

;

kuv'-ur.f. Any thingthat
a

concealment,a

under

by fuperficial
pearances
ap-

overwhelm, to bury ;

from
a

another ;

plant.

party

wars.

COVER,

to

A

kuv^-e-nan-tur.
f. One

; to

payingrent.

gain,
bar-

a bargainer.
flipulator,

covenant.

mon,
com-

cot.

COTTON,

a

fomethingelfe ; to

COTTAGER,

COTTIER,

a

To

n.

kuv'-g-nin-t^.f.

covenant,

takes

affairs.

himfelf with women's

or

a

contraft,a

ftipulate.

COVENANTER,
kof-kwln.

COTTAGE,

hut

to

A

writingcontaining

kuv'-e-nant.v.

COVENANT,
to

appendantto

a

of agreement.

COVENANTEE,

coetaneous.

cottag?.

a

the terms
To

a.
ko-tem'-pC-rar-y.

COTQUEAN,

in

kuv'-c-nant.f.

ftipulation
; a compatl;

ving
Li-

the fame

COTLAND,
a

complement

degrees.

"OTEMPORARY,
at

cover.

a

COVENANT,

to

fhelter,
to

late
copu-

is laid over

a veil ; ihelfcreen,

ter, defence.
f.

Cloth

or

f.uff made

of

COVERING,

f.
kuv'-ur-lng.

Lrefs,

vef-

turc.

COVER-

c

c

u

o

kiV-ur-IIt. f.

COVERLET,

The

outermoft

a

a defence
flicker,

A

;

table
cil-t.ible,

kiV/-urt-wu'.f.

COVERT-WAY,

three or four fathom
ground level with the field,
or
broad, rangingquiteround the half moons,
toward

in

fign;

ku/-urt-ms.

thofe

;

f.

To

privacy.
Secrecy,

kuv'-ur-ture.f.

married

To

in

law,

kou'n-fcl.
v.

COUNSEL,
counfel

or

ftate and

the

defence
Shelter,

condition

of

a

; to

V.

To

a.

defire inordinately,

defire beyond due bounds

to

to

;

whofe

defire

-It.V.

To

n.

have

a

kuv'-It-ebl.
a. To

COVETABLE,

be wiflied for.

kuv'-ve-tflius.
a.

COVETOUS,

To

Inordinately

defirous;inordinately
eager of money,

cious.
avari-

ritioufly,
eagerly.
kuv'-va-tfliuf-nls.
f. Avarice,

COVETOUSNESS,
f.
kuv'-vy.
ones

;

kof.

COUGH,
evacuate

to

A

hatch,an

of birds

V.
a

To

n.

kof'. v.

COUGH,
COUGHER,
COVING,

a.

ki'-ylng.
f.

the

COUNT,

kou'nt.

To
One
A

that

term

projedover

the

in

coughs.

COUNX'IL,
fons

met

whkh

cuts

ground-plot
;

the earth.

kou'n-sil.f.

form

An

furance

perfonscall-

To

v. n.

to

tell ;

having a
to chargeto.
laya fcheme ;

Number

"

reckoning.
bility,
foreignno-

title of

A

kou'n-tabl.a.

That

which

kou'n-ta-nanfe.f.

The

face, the fyiiemof the features,
confidence of mien, afpcd of af-

the
;

;

afFectatiojior

as
ill-will,

it appears

the face ; patronage, fupport.

upon

kouVtc-nanfe.

COUNTENANCE,

to
fupport,to patronife,

make

a

v.

a.

(hew of

;

encourage.

kou'n-tc-nan-fur.
f. One

COUNTENANCER,
that countenances

COUNTER,
money

of peraflfembly

in confultation ;
together

of

air,look

to

number,

be numbered.

may

building,To

confider as

impute to,

f.

COUNTENANCE,

To

To

to

earl.

COUNTABLE,

lungs.
ejedby a cough.

form of cieling.
particular
kud^ The imperfcwl
of Can.
COULD,
preterite
kou'l-tir.f. The Iharpiron of
COULTER,

plow

cafe

on.

kou'nt. f.

lungs

a.

account,

COUNT,

to
endeavouring

a

the

a

f.
kou'n-fel-lir-fh'p.

kou'nt.

depend

to

from the

kof'-fur.f.

ufed of houfes that

have

noife in

the peccant matter

To

together.
lungs.

convulfion of the

A

make

old bird with

to

COUNT,

an

number

a

f,

kof'.

convulfed,

one

portef privycounfellor.
kou^it.v.

reckon,

of gain.
eagernefs

To

that

advife upon

is confulted in

that

one

certain charafter ; to

ad.
Avakuv'-ve-tfliuf-ly.

COVETOUSLY,

office or

COUNT,
to

To

her young

;

One

friend ;

provinceis to deliberate and

The

COUGH,

confidant,bofom

ftrong COUNSELLORSHIP,

defire.

COVEY,

advice.

of law.

kuv

COVET,

follow

publick affairs;

earnertly.
To

thing.

any

kou'n-fcl-Iur. f.

gives advice
kuv'-It.

giveadvica

advife

kou'n-fel-ebl.
a.
Willing

receive and

to

To

a.

any perfon

to

COUNSELLOR,

woman.

COVET,

Advice, direflion -.

confulting;fcheme, purpofe,dcthat plead a caufc, the counfellors.

COUNSELLABLE,
COVERTURE,

liberated.
de-

are

the countr}-.

ad. Secretly,
kuv'-urt-ly.
clofely.

COVERTNESS,

of ftate

matters

the fecretsintruded
deliberation;
prudence;fecrecy,

fpaceof

A

where

kou'n-fel.f.

COUNSEL,

infidious.

other works

body of pri\y

kou'n-sIl-b6rd.
f. Coun-

COUNCIL-BOARD,

thicket,or hiding-place.
kuv'-urt.a. Sheltered,fccrct,
hidden,

COVERT,

COVERTLY,

the

;

counfellors.

kuv''-urt.f.

COVERT,

u

be confulted

to
together

ed

of the bedcloaths.

o

ui'cdas

on

which

a

(liop.

fupportsanother.
kou^n-tur. f. A falfc pieceof
or

a

goods
C

of

means
are

c

reckoning;

viewed and money

c

the form

told in

COUNTER,

c

o

c

u

kou'n-tur. rd.

COUNTER,

oppofitionto

the

;

in

Contraryto,
way

wrong

contrary

;

ways.

koun-tur-ak't.v.

COUNTERACT,

To

hinder

its effedt

thing from

any

a.

To

by contrary

koun-tur-baf-

lanfe.

a.

v.

acl

To

againftwith

weight.
kou'n-tur-bal-lanfe.

COUNTERBALANCE,

impel;

To

ftroke

kou'n-tur-kaf-tur.
f. A
carter of accounts,

book-keeper,

To

of

giveand

receive.

by

V.

a.

which

V.

a.

To

V.

kou'n-tur-tfharm.
a

effe"lof

koun-tur-t(hek'.
kou^n-tur-t{hek.
f. Stop,
koun-tur-dra'.v.

COUNTERDRAW,
To

a

copy

whereon
with

a

the ftrokes

of

paper,

appearing
throughare

traced

means

an

Teftimony by

Termer

To

witnefs

copy with

an

which

the

of fome
depofition

is

intent

to

pafsthe

for

copy

imitate,to refemble.
kouVtur-fit.
COUNTERFEIT,

To

a.

ginal
ori-

an

; a

branch
the

out

into

put

on

a

bale of

fe-

goods;

the

f. A well

ground, from

the

under

out

runs

enemy's mine;

by which
ftratagem

a.

Forged,

kou'n-tur-fi't.
f. One

another, an
perfonares

To

means

which

a

ground,
of oppofition
to

any contrivance

delve

a

into
paflage

;

a

defeat

COUNTERMOTION,

is

an

enemy'smine

v.

a.

;

to

by fecret meafures.
konn-tur-m6'-ftiun.
f.

Contrarym.otion.
built up behind

koun-tur-mu're.f.
another

A

wall

wall.

COUNTERT"IATURAL,koun-tir-nat'-tu-r.nI.
who

a.
Contraryto
impoft'or
fomething COUNTERNOISE,
;

of another

koun-tur-mfne.

COUNTERMINE,
To

COUNTERMURE,

fiftitious; deceitful,
hypocritical.

in imitation

mea-

f. A

kouVtur-mine.

funk

counterwork, to

; to

COUNTERFEIT,

of

defeated.

oppofed.
kouVtur-f It.v.
COUNTERFEIT,

made

feek

pencil.

COUNTEREVIDENCE,koun-tur-ev'-!-denfe.
f.

hole

galleryor

a.

old

defignby

change

goldfmiths
company.

of the

COUNTERMINE,
or

;

kouVtur-mark.

third mark

or

mark

rebuke.

To

kou'n-tur-martfli.
f. Rebackward

alteration of conduct.

;

cond

oppofe.

COUNTERCHECK,

backward.

march

COUNTERMARK,

enchantment.

an

fures

a.

fore
be-

koun-tur-ma'rtfh.

march
troceffion,

koun-tur-tfha'rm.

the
deftroy

To

a

To

n.

ordered

kou'n-tur-mand. f. Repeal

COUNTERMARCH,

is diflblved.

charm

COUNTERCHECK,

To

f.

was

order.

former

To
COUNTERMARCH,
koun-tur-tflia'nje.

COUNTERCHARM,

To

koun-tur-ma'nd. v.

contrary to what

kou'n-tur-tfhinje.COUNTERMAND,

COUNTERCHARM,
That

parapet and ditch.

with

contradift the orders of another.

to

;

To

f.
A
kou'n-tur-gard.

f.

COUNTERCHANGE,
a.

be.

to

order the

Exchange, reciprocation.
V.

jointsby transferring
the placewhere the

to

COUNTERMAND,
To

reckoner.

a

the

mortice

COUNTERGUARD,

ufed.

COUNTERCHANGE,

To

a

fmall rampart

COUNTERCASTER,
a

is

of

fub-

f. A method
koun-tur-ga'je.

meafure

to

the breadth

recoil.

producesa

Not

A

pillars
fervingto fupportwalls

jeftto bulge.
COUNTERGAGE,

tenon

koi/n-tur-buf.f.

kou'n-tur-fort.
f. Counterforts

are

flrike back.

to

COUNTERBUFF,
that

a.

kouVtur-fer'-ment.
ferment.

oppofedto

COUNTERFORT,

ufed

koun-tir-buf'.v.

COUNTERBUF,

To

Ferment

Oppofiteweight.

f.

ad.
kou'n-tur-fit-ly.

Falfely,with forgery.
COUNTERFERMENT,

oppofite

an

kou^n-tur-flt-ur.
f. A

forger.
COUNTERFEITLY,

f.

COUNTERBALANCE,

u

COUNTERFEITER,

agency.
To

o

forgery.

found

by

which

nature.

koun-tir-noi'ze. f.

A

any other noife is overpowered.
COUNTER-

0

C

c

u

f. Two
kup'-llt.

COUPLET,
of rhimes

a

;

pair,r.s

verfes,a pair

of doves.

woman

Bravery,aflive

f.
kur'-ridge.

COURAGE,
fortitude.

Drave,
a.
kur-ra'-jus.

COURAGEOUS,

;

pleafe.
COURT-CHAPLAIN,
who

ring,
da-

ad. Bravely,
kur-ra'-juf-ly.

attends

the

;

to

v/oo,

folicita

to
flatter,

to

deavour
en-

f. One
kort-tHiap'-Iin.

king

celebrate the

to

holy

boldncfs,fpirit,
courage.
kur-rant'. li'. A

dance;

of

paper
v.

which

bend,

To

verfant
f.
ko'-ryer.

fcnt in
mefTcngcr

A

in

hand

in records and

or

judicial

f. A ladyconko'rt-U'-dy.

COURT-LADY,

bow.

to

by princes.

ufed
writiiig
proceedings.

Obfolete.

Favours

ko'rt-hand. f. The

of

manner

news.

n.

benefits beftov/ed

COURT-HAND,

COURANTO,kur-ran'-to.^
thing that
any
a

kort-fa'-vur.
f.

FAVOUR,

COURT
or

nimble

COURANT,

ko'rb.

D.iyon

is folemnlyadminiftered.
juftice

boldly.
ftoutly,

quick, as
fpreads

ko'rt-da'.f.

COURT-DAY,

very,
f. BraCOURAGEOUSNESS,ki:ir-ra'-juf-nIs.

COURIER,

To

a.

to feek
folicit,

offices.

COURAGEOUSLY,

CGURB,

to
to

bold.

To

ko'rt.v.

COURT,

To

u

o

court.

kur'-tftius.
a. Elegantof

COURTEOUS^

ners,
man-

well-bred.

hafle.

ko'rfe.f. Race,

COURSE,

ad. Refpeftkur'-tlhuf-ly.

COURTEOUSLY,

from
paflage

career;

aft of running in the lifts;
complaifantly.
fully,civilly,
placeto place; tilt,
vility,
kur'-tfhuf-nls.
f. Ciline
is
track
-"Afhich
COURTEOUSNESS,
a
or
on
race
run
;
ground
which
fails
in which
m
eans
fails,
complaifance.
a
by
fhip
;
7
\C. A woman
the courfe is performed
COURTESAN,
; order of fuccelTion ;
methodical
feries of fucceflive and
COURTEZAN,
I of the town;
procedure;
a
-the elements of an art exhibited and explained,
a ftrumpet.
proftitute,
,

,

,

,

j'''"''''^'"
'

in

feries; method

methodical

a

tamenia

To

To

number

;

the table

of difhes fet

COURSE,

ko'rfc,
v.

;

put

to

life,train
will;

at once

on

To

a.

hunt,

dogsthat hunt

purfuewith
fpeeed,to force

to

to

;

To

to

run,

rove

kiVr-fur.f.

;

who

one

A

fwift

purfuesthe

horfe, a

fportof

courfing

hares.

ko^rt.f. The

COURT,

the palace;
refides,

jufticeis
houfe;
and

a

the

placewhere

the

adminiftered
fmall

paved with

pofe

aft of

hall
;

chamber

or

broad

with

prince;

civil,or
jurifdiftion,
military,
the art of

the
pleafing,

art

folicitsthe favour

a

manners,

COURTLY,
to

are

juftice
; any

ecclefiaftical
;

make

of

courts

To

perforin
in the

a reverence

princes
;

that

frequents

that courts

one

of another.

ko'rt-lfke.a.

COURTLINESS,

of infinuation.

6

or

where

perfonswho

aflcmbled for the adminiftration of

attends the

houfes

to

ko'r-tfhur.f. One

or

COURTLIKE,

ftones;perfonswhocoma

;

of ladies.

prince

fpace before

open

opening inclofed

retinue of

the

kurt'-fy.
v. n.

reverence

COURTIER,

war

made

reverence

women.

manner

COURSER,

f. The
kiirt'-fy.

COURTESY,
an

about.

horfe

by
To

n.

of others.

COURTESY,

to

ners,
man-

aft of civility
complaifance
civility,
; an
of
but of the
not
a
refpeft
right,
tenure,
;

or

pur-

in view

f. Elegance
of
kur'-te-fy.

COURTESY,

upon

to run.

ko'rfe. v.

COURSE,

of

ca-

favour

;

empty form.

fue

of

uncontrolled

actions; natural bent,

Elegant,polite.

f. Elegance
of
k6'rt-l^-nis.

complaifance,
civility.
a.
ko'rt-ly.
Relatingor appertaining
the court, elegant,
foft,flattering.
f. The
k6'rt-fhip.

COURTSHIP,
favour
liciting

;

the felicitation of

marriage.
kiiz'n.f.
COUSIN,

Any

one

aft of foa

woman

to

recollaterally

late

COY
lated more

than
remotely

title givenby the

To

king

kow'. f.

or

a

fuler ;

a

V.

kine

aie

COW-LEECH,

fear.

with
deprefs
One

v/hofe

kow'-wed.

nofs

who

times ufed in the

A

f. A

of

manner

;

it is fo;nc-

tual
Fear, habi-

of courage.

want
timidity,
COWARDLINESS,

a.

pufillanimous
;

the

kow'r. v.
kow'-iih.

ner
man-

fmk

To

n.

tree

f.
ko\/-k^-pir.
to

fearful.

which

is carried

COWL-STAFF,
a

hood

; a

on

veflelin

and

is

COXCOMB,

of primiofe.
a fpecies
koks'-kdm. f. The
top

the

conceited.

koy'.a.

acceffible.

;

in the

refervcd,not

whitiih

bling
refemcrawfifh,

common

crab.

a

;

or
diminution,a
breach, injury,

flaw

crazinefs

;

any

whore

to

thing;
To

fmartnefs

or

to

chinks;

to

fall

to

to

j to

CRACK-BRAINED,

quick
crazed

man

Thefe

with
tiling

ruin;

an/
deftroy

or

the intelle"5t.

To

n.

to

burlt,to
utter

open in

aloud

with Of.
boafl:,
krak'-brind.a.

CRACK-HEMP,

f.
krak'-hcmp.

fated to the

low word.

gallows. A

and

Crazy,

A

wretch

"

d d

;

quicJc-

rightreafon.

D

;

lafl are

break into chinks

break

weaken

krak'.v.

fudden found

To

do any
to

;

to

craze,

CRACK,

and

of the word.

krak'.v.a.

break,to fplit
;

a

boafter.

a

vulgarufes

CRACK,

fudden

intellect;

of

boaft ;

a

;

low and

without
decent
Alcdeft,

difficulty.

;

falling
;
any

To

the

comb

Sournefs

of
afprrity

or
burfting

ncfs
of

refemblingthat of a cock,
v/h:ch licenfed foolswore
in their caps ;
formerly
a flower ; a
fop, a fuperficial
pretender.
k6ks-k6m''-!k-al.
CCXCOMICAL,
a. Foppifh,
;

krab'-bld-nls.
f.

found

a

a

between
two
men.
fupported
f. Cowflipis alfo called
kow'-fl!p.

apple,

wild

a

krak'.f. A fudden difruption
CRACK,
; chirik.
breach ; the found of any body
fiiTure,
narrow

whcTfe

veflelTs

COWSLIP,
pag

monk's

de-

ad.
krab'-bld-ly.
Peeviflily.

bodies found

polebetween two.
kow'l-ftaf.f. The ftaffon

water

which

A

wild

a

kra'-bur.f. The water-rat.
CRABER,
krab'z-ize.f. Small
CRABS-EYES,

keep cows.

kow'l. f.

COWL,

One

cheater,a

fhellflfh;

A

that bears

the eyes of

Timorous,

a.

A

of tafte ; fournefs of counter.ance,

by bending

ufed.

bufinefs is

COY,

krab'. f.

knees, to ftoop,to fhrinl:.

Not

head

the

f.

harfh,unpleafing
; difficult,
perplexing.

a
befitting

mean,

coward.

COWKEEPER,

Fraud, deceit,

a.

kuz'-nur.

manners

COWISH,

kiz'-nldzh. f.

morous, CRABBEDNESS,
Fearful,ti-

ad.
In
kow'-iird-ly.

COWER,
the

cheat,to trick,

v.

moapple; a peevifli,
rofe perfon; a wooden
enginewith three claws
for launching
of fhips;a fignof the zodiack..
krab'-bid.a.
CRABBED,
Peevifh, morofe ;

coward.

COWARDLY,

To

CRABBEDLY,

kow'-urd-ly.

tracted
con-

defraud.

CRAB,

f. Timidity,
kow'-ird-ly-n!s.

cowardice.

COWARDLY,

word,

frauder.

adjcdive.

an

familiar

or

trick,cheat.

plant.

poltron,a wretch

kow'-ur-dls.f.

COWARDICE,

a

kuz'n.

COZEN,
to

pro-

A~cant

coufin.

COZENER,
kow'-urd. f.

v/il-

familiar.

kuz'. f.
from

fpeciesof

A

predominantpaflionis fear

of

become

to

COZENAGE,
f.

kow'-hwet.

COWARD,

condefccnd

to

ad.
With
refervc.
COYLY,
koy'-ly.
f. Rcfcrve, unwillingCOYNESS,
koy''-nIs.

To

One

chervil.

COW-WHEAT,

To

rejccifamiliarity;

hoi.fc in

cows.
diftempered

cure

b. have with referve,

To
not

COZ,

kept.
kow'-letfh.f.

COW-WEED,

V. n.
koy'^.

COY,
to

cupation
oc-

cows.

kow'-houfe. f. The

COW-HOUSE,

feficsto

To

a.

A

R

lingly.

kow'-herd. f.
is to tend

whofc

To

nobleman, particularly

a

female of the bull.

The

kow',

COW,

COW-HERD,

which

brother

a

to

thoi'eof the council.

to

COW,

C

CRACKE"^.,

C

to

gunpowder confined

quantityof

fo

the limbs ;

cracks,

krak'l.v.

and

To

ki-a'dl.
f. A moveable bed, on

children

fick

or

motion

fmooth

life ; with

;

with
agitated

or
infancy,

the firftpart of

cafe for

a

kra'dl.v.

CRADLE,

belongingto
kraft'.f.

CRAFT,

cunning;
To

a

cradle.

a

cradle.

a

;

kraf/. v,

To

n.

drawingup

Ob-

CRANES

ad. Cunningly,
artfully.
kraf'-ty-]y.

in
pincersterminating

krafts'-man.f.

artificer,

An

a.
kraf'-ty.
Cunning, artful.
f. A
kr.ag'.
rough fteeprock ;

of rocks
ruggedprotuberances

man

;

Full of

a.

To

inequalities

f. Fulnefs
krag'-gld-nls.

a.

CRAM,
than

food

krW.

To

a.

be held; to fill
conveniently
thruft
in by force.
to
;
beyondfatiety
v.

CRANKLE,

a.

To

f.

A

eat

CRANNIED,

givesa word, to which another
f. A fpafmor
CRAMP,
kramp'.

which

one

finds rhyme.

krank''].
v.

a.

To

run

in and

To

break into

f. A chink, a cleft.
kran'-nyd.
f. A thin fluffloofely
woven.
kra'pe.

CRASH,

krafh'.v.

noife,as
To

CRASH,

CRASH,

tiety. CRASS,
beyond fa-

playin

n.

krank'-iJs.f. Health,vigourj

krafh'.

kras^. a.

To

n.

of many

krafh^ f.

CRASSITUDE,
kram'-bo.

krank'l.v.

difpofitionoverfet.

to fillwith
ftufF,

can

kram'.

be overfet.

to

To
v.

to

near

CRANKLE,

Rugged, full of prominences, CRAPE,

rough.

CRAMBO,

an

fquaredown, and againturned
firftturningdown ; any bending

CRANKNESS,
ftateof
'

krag'-gy.

CRAGGY,

CRAM,

fkull.

crank is the end of

A

unequalfurfaccs.

or

beingcraggy.

To

by

out.

To

prominentrocks.
f. The
CRAGGINESS,
krag'-gy-nls.

with

loaded

the

prominences.

CRAGGEDNESS,

more

a

a

conceit formed by
winding paflage
; any
or changinga wOrd.
twilling
krank'. a.
CRANK,
Healthy,fprightly
; afaid to be crank when
is
a
failors,
fhip
mong

the neck.

krag'-gld.

CRAGGED,

the

fquareto

fkiJled in his trade.

To

point, ufed

or

krafts'-maf-tir.
f. A

CRAFTSMASTER,

of crags

herb;

iron axis turned

manufafturcr.

and

and
pullifes,

An

f. The
kri'-nyim.

krank'. f.

CRANK,

tagem.

CRAG,

longbealc;

a

ropes,

furgeons.

f. Cunning,ftrakrlf'-ty-nls.

CRAFTSMAN,

CRAFTY,

ufe

the veflels.

kra'nz-bll.f.

BILL,

CRANIUM,

a

bird with

with

CRAMP.

libertyto

from

wares

A

made

A

great weightsare raifed;a
out of a cafK.
pipefor drawingliquors

pairof

CRAFTINESS,

cramps

of thofe that touch it,

kra'-nidzh.f.

kra'ne.f.

crooked

folete.

CRAFTILY,

painwith

low

hooks, by which

fraud,

playtricks.

To

a.

the hands

inftrument

an

art, trade

Manual

v.

.

f. See
kramp'-i-urn.

for

crane

CRANE,

veflels.
failing

fmall

CRAFT,

layin

.bodies

f. The
kramp'-fifli.
torpedo,

benumbs

CRAMPIRON,
CRANAGE,

kri'dl-kl6ze.f. Bed-

CRADLE-CLOATHS,
cloaths

To

a.

two

crampirons.

which

;

fliip.

a

kramp

CRAMP-FISH,

of timber raifedalong

frame
withfhipwrights,

To

bone

broken

a

piece

; a

to
twiches; to refirain,
confine; to bind

with

a

end, by

which

a

CRAMP,
or

perfonsare

a
furgeons,

the outfide of

which

each

at

kramp''.
a.
Difficult,
knotty,

make

founds.

CRADLE,

A

together.

flight CRAMP,
term.
frequentfharp

To

n.

fmall

make

to

held

are

R

a confinement
areftriftion,

of iron bent

as

burft with great noifc.

CRACKLE,

To

C

krik'-ur.f. A noify
low
felboafting

CRACKER,
; a

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havingcredit. word a beingcreated of petty tendernefs his rifeor his fortune to . a or To cock conqueredand To a. weak. to thing. manner that belief. long. exiflence . CREDIBILITY. CRAYON. to owes CREDENDA. kr^-'-denfe. To kre-a CREATURELY. no: of qualities brokennefs. looking. f. CRAVEN. CREDIT. . CREDENT. a coward. to afk infatito afk with neftnefs. -tiv. or caufed. human givesa' title to kri'-zed-nls. Having the power the exerting . make krintfl/. f. CREAMY. conferring CREATOR.C kratfli'. kra'ze. decrepit. CREDIBLENESS. pafteto the aft of creation. charadter. f. To be the occafion recreant the mouth. to crack intellect. motion. Full of cream. f. kra'-lur. with any of. f. f. krd'-un. f. a. . perfonwho thing kri'-fifli. flow a charafter new create fhell-tifli in brooks. To n. The kre'-tfhur. CRAWL. froth. givesa claim to Belief. brain. E thing. kred'-!bl. another. CRATCH.tocaufe. . debtor. CRAWLER.f. for a . To CREASE. credit. hay CREASE. to call fur CRAVEN.f.bro- a. CRAWFISH. kre-a'tor. imbecility. Things bs to Believing. C E R kri m-faft. To a. CREAM. credit kre-den'-da. CREATIVE.power not compulfive. CRAUNCH. The unctuous or oilypart of belief. A kind of pencil. kre-a'te.to to thing produce. A word of contempt a believed.f. any imprefTion. havinga juftclaim to belief. f. CREDENTIAL.procredit. fhattered.credit. To gathercream . v. CRAW. v.f. a To n. kre'-dent. Belief . to crufh. procure credit to truftj confide in or honour . f. To a. witted. unreafonably .to to to kra'vn. a. animal CREDENCE. reputation truft good opinion. or belief. make a harfh m. to lines with draw . any . The the univerfe crufh in form beget. n.f. or v. afk with To a. found from new or birds. kra 1. towifh to ably. eafyof to be queftioned. f. to a.v. v. a weakly move ating cre- thingproduced. kred'-It. The river lobfter. any roll of done with a weaken . thingscreated. which kra-vdt'. claims krc Vv'orthyof credit. of obtaining belief. the break. promillgiven. ground. R any neciccloth. v. CRAVE. aft of the adt of inveft- exiltence. kra^'H. to impair the kra -zy.articles of faith. ken Broken. of milk. the intelled . to without move to worm. to admit To any as a believe .fhattered in To human that which to CRAZINESS. In kred'-Ib-ly. a. To importunately. To a. by doublingit. To The fiame palifaded in is put for cattle. repofed. mantle llows be- a. ear- A difpirited . f. CREDI- to . A CREATE. CRAZE. not f. Pale. CRAZY. kre^m. the to creep. Decrepitude. To being.as flowly. To a. honour. kred'-It. and to of out invefl with krc-k'-fliun. belief.v.fo as to fubmiffion . To CREDIT.pofTibility bability. The crop or firftftomach A fmall of kra'-flfh.v. That which kre'-den-fhal. Havingthe a worthinefs CREAK. CREDIBLY. weaknefs. CREDIBLE. move that creeps. kre'-tfhur-ly. an rifing A creeper. CRAZEDNESS. creature. CREAM. ing with cowardly. noife. CREAM-FACED. a.a.Credibi- to belief. beingthat f. CREATURE. a drawing crayon. kri'. A kra''ve.teflimony . kreTe. To kre'fe. krc'k. a lity. recreant. kred'-Ibl-n!s.a CRAYFISH. CREATION. influence. State of being kra'-zy-nis. f. by doubling mark leave the nothing. crazy. Claim krcd-y-bll'-l-ty. f.f. v. mark made caufe tocxift. CRAVAT.coward- kr^'-mv.v. faith. juftclaim ad.

wearinga on of ornament ornament or Adorned with plume comb. . unfufpectins:. funk. make noife. f. f. Dejeded. folemn kres'-si\'. plume of feathers on in which of words noife. f. n. bad fenfe. eftimable. fpirit. CREDITOR. CRETATED. The the ftallor cabbin rack of an ox or of manger . to forward without bounds or leaps. To v. CRICKET. . a the manner of CREPITATE. kreft'. I R kn k. Not dignified with a. a kind of patten or clogworn by women. A krV-bidzh. Re- CREDITABLENESS.f. fpiritlefs. f. CRIBBAGE.a. nefs darknefs. f. kred'-u-Iuf-n!s. the in her moon increafing. Reput- CREDITABLY. CRETACEOUS. a To A kr6Ml. belief. Slowly. a. CREEP. are kre'k. to fawn. animal may creep to A hole into ger efcapedan- excufe. CREDITABLE. mering. or on other fupports. fmall a ftable. CREPT. The CREST. a. . creft . A fmall CREPITATION.a cleft. to bend. CRIB. pride. f. kre'p. . kro'. to fhut up in fleal. CRIER. . coat armour. Eafmefs krc-du'-l!-ty. CREVICE. Rubbed chalk. Twilight. ad. chalk. cottage.credulity. ftate between a kres''-fent. chalky. The noife of a door . CRESSET. above E R contempt Reputable. an iron uftd to Hide alongthe grate in kitchens . " kr^'p-hole. -ky. crackling from Creep. To move with the the bellyto ground without legs. eftimation. f. An chirpsabout which the oveni and infect that fqucaks )'" fire-place'. he that to in CRESCENT. To Increafing. A a na low game kri-brd'-fhun. any fire. The CREW. a. growing. on A purpofe.v. card.correlative f. jot in or a helmet kres'-tid. CREPUSCULOUS. heartlefs. which any f. an fubterfuge. move as infe"lsJ to move tiflowlyand feebly . growing. at The acl of fifting. f. profeflion CREEK. f. An the top of the ancient of principles or opinion. f. a knot CRIB. rov/ phrafe. f. Yarn CREWEL. 4 krev'-Is. orr. f. a.a. kr^s'-fent. watch-tower.unequal.i contendersdrivea ballwith fticksj low I'ta. kres'-set. CREED. lightand CRESCENT. to habitation. noife. Apt To kre'd. CREPUSCULE. ter afCREEPINGLY. CREST-FALLEN. a. krcp^t. krep-l-t4'-nu'in. To make kre k. winding. n. krib'. A winding coaftj prominence fmall port. difgracc. without He whom to givescredit.a. to move have or venturing morouflywithout foaring. kre'p-lng-ly. a of Crow. A plantthat fupports CREEPER. CREEPHOLE.f. or any harfh a in CRESTED. believe. a debtor. kre-ta^-fhus. krefl'-fdln. a kres'. particip. . the helmet comprehended .a. kre'-'pur. or at a knV-k!t.f. or with craek. krid'-k-L-bl-nls.C C kred'-!t-ebl. light-houfe. Glima. ated for any It is now kro'. flate of increafe. or beacon. ^d.f. to grow along the ground. eafily to The fimilitudeof the a CREDULOUS. Apt- CREDULOUSNESS. a habitation. CREEKY. any kred'-it-tur. kri-pus'-kd-lus. . a pain- fvilftifthefsin the neck.or Itgjj. deceived. f. . itfclfby means of fome ftronger body . CRESTLESS. Abounding with cove. f. ably. of company the people aflbciof company in a fbip. kre Full of creeks. kred'-it-eb-ly. tuft heraldry . cage To a. To moon herb. v. kre'-ta-tld. debt is owed. ufed generally krib'. a. kreft'-lls. to bewith fervility. a the . v. CREW. f. a the head A fet upon great light bay. A form articles of faith to believe. krep'-i-tate. CREDULITY. of kred'-u-lus. putation. Increafing. CRESS. a fmall crackling f. CRICK. a reptile. CRIBRATION. kre-pus'-kdle. CRESCIVE. preterite twifted and wound ball. CREEK.

ftandard of n. in Hcxures. which lating Rea. CRITICALLY. Exadnefs. A by find fault. to pay krit'-i-sizm. krim'-ln-nel-y. red in v. Lamenefs. is to cry f. To a tious. f. CRISPY. accufing. . accufation. cution. kri'mc-lis. CRIMINOUSNESS. cap- . krlm'zn. To a. guiltily. In criti- a ' curioudy. to man krit'-tik. to run a. Hairy. krls'-py. krifp v. v. The Curled. f. or changesto the better . word. a.to contrail totwift. To proclamation. criminal.C krf-ur. kr!m'-ln-nel. Little ufed. a. Wic- CRITICK. f. apt to beingcurled. fcrvilecivility.a. The krif-pi'-fhi'm. comprifingthe f.n!s. krlfp'-nis.krit'-!-kal. f. krinj'e. the f. To hair. CRIMPLE. with regardto goodnefsor badnefs. CRITICAL. crumCriip. CRIMSON. kTinj'e. krlmp^ a. krlfp a. point in which the difeafo kills.critical obfervations. To CRITICISE. To draw together. To a.as not trary Faulty. f. krim'-In-nus. indented. Curled. to make . to CRIMINOUSLY.relating to accurate To (killed in the man krit'-ik. lame. krltM-kal-y. whimfy. ihrink. CRIPPLENESS. CRIAIE. CRIPPLE. v. to dent. Guilt- CRIMINALNESS. krrme-fal. Wicked. R CROAK. CurleJnefs. krfme. Wickedly. A critical examination. eafily krimp'l. CRITICALNESS.v. To criticifm find fault . the point of time at which any affaircomes to the height. knots krim'-Ln-nel. . crime. bled. contraryto proie- of a crime j a of guilty man a A accufcd man To CRISP. v. To animadvert to judge. CRINIGEROUS. v. inefs. critical-remarks kednefs. CRIMINATORY.f. man. CRINGE. To friable. general. charge. to in- iron.a. -In-uf-ly. CRISPNESS. as To Obfolete. f. f. A krlp']. low noife. animadver- fion. a. play upon faulty. CRINGE. CRIMEFUL. CRIMINAL. tainted guilty. CRISPING-PIN. Bow. a. Criticifm CRITICISM. krm quitous. at te Exaft. criminal a O lame. time ened dark- fcience of criticifm. right. fawn. withCRIMELESS.to critick. a. CRIPPLE. f.to curl. fure. CRIMINAL. CRINCUM. flatter. The CRISIS. inclined crimfon. exactly. contract. CRITICISE. . CRIMINATION. to relating . go in and judgingwell . CRISP. v. civil. arraignment. out. dye with A cramp. make or I C hufinefs officer whofe The f. An act contrary a great fault. krlt'-ik. caufe out. krm'-m-na-tur'-y. accuracy. krit'-i-size. To in and to run f. to with crime. CRIMP. Wicked. to v. fomcwhat with blue To cenfurer. To bow. wickedly. CRINGE. nicelyjudicious. krink'l. is determined. CRIMINOUS. CRITICK. cen- is a remark. a. ad. CRITERION.crime. To n. cant its criticifm.brittle. aft of f. CRITICK. right. A curlingkris'-ping-pln.like or a frog. lame v. kri -sis. accufing.a. an crime.winding. out a. ftate of kiim-In-na'-fliun. .the krlm'-In-nel-nls. curl. ad. kr!p'l-n!s. which cal manner. to contraft. Red. brittle. CRIMINALLY. ini- Very f A kri-te'-ryun. f. great event ad.con- duty . to caw or make cry a as a hoarfc raveix crow. To a. CRIER. krit'-l-kal. any of art krlm'-In-nuf-ms. n. krlm'zn. to R f.n. Innocent. kro'ke.. krlnk'-um. CRISPATION.guilt. overgrown with CRINKLE. krinj'e. To krit'-l-size.to pafsjudgnicnt upon. act of . To A judgingof literature. to krI-nldzh'-6-ras.f.a to mark thingisjudgedof. court. offence. curling. krlp'!. CRIMSON. E c e CROAK.f.a Critical.

a. harveft. contradiiSt throughit. to or ftiot. CROPSICK. ('. with crofs Chriftian religion monument a a .trialof patience. winding. CR0SS30W. the kros'-bo. f. f. f. thing.a. with . kro'k. CROP. vexation. earth. To yield CROP. to to mark hinder another out. CROISES. A a deception. kro'-zher. fomcthingelfe . like fafFron. Satiated with krap'-ful. becaufe gibbous{boulders. off the to reap . To The . Athwart. that kro'ne. CROSS.the thingcut To cut corn ofF. crofs to to kros'-bar-fhot".f. An old CROOK. untoward. a. f. adverfe. a.prep. To a kros'. CROOK. a line drawn thingthat thwarts or obftrudls. kro'-fy-us. . fo called. frogor C O R The f. misfortune. any CROP. irregular j vexatious. curve. CROAK. krok'-er-y. CROCKERY. from . f.f. CROISADE. any kros'. CROSSLY. to old An Any fheephook.and found krof't. CROSS. fkrop'-pir- CROPPER. feamen altitude of the funorftars. a a A ewe fmall crofs. from fide to fide.cojitradidlory f.oblique. to inter- tions of the contrary party. ently anci- were acquaintance. fo CROSS. To CROP.falling kruk'-id. CROFT. untowardly. to cut CROSSBITE. as mifadventure. pervert from redlitude. f. who carry Pilgrims infidels. CROPFULL. A One market-places through .v. hindrance.f. CROSSBITE. fretful. v.in voracious lizard. krop'-sik. without and with marked perverfe. f. contravene. fibres tranfverfe or Having perverfe. to mow. cry voice or of a raven. krok^ f. into joiningto pafture. a kro'k. V. To vene contra- by deception. thwart. . called the take the meridian thered ga- off the ends of be cheat. a by captiousquef- kros'-ftaf. woman. deformitj' body. Earthenware. f.f. haiveft. a. upon the Indies.oppofite . or flaffof paftoral fet in littleclofe corn it to excite another holywar. CROSS-STAFF. fightagainft foldiers who . thingbent. kros^'-egz-W-m. ofF the field. troublefome.ill-humoured j bent fhoulders. contrary. of kr6k'-6-d!l. a any bend. n. or fignwith . not ftraight. a. Deviation krop'. . any line athwart one the crofs an ad. kroi-fa^de. hook v. to by authority. CROOKED. a cancel. f. with O R formed by placing CROSSGRAINED. f. . v. old ous amphibi- earlyflower. To kros'. CRONE. pafs . as . oppofition. athwart Tranfverfe. CROSLET. a bifnop. To a. krop'. devotion. crofs. untraclable . CROSS-EXAMINE. of fafa.C kr6\e. f. CROCODILE. article . A CROCK. in put a not compliantly. curvity bous . a bow A athwart miffive weapon a ftock. To krak'-id-ms. kros'. kros'-biie. to CROOKEDNESS. over. Having of a gibftraightnefs. a. kruk'-ld-ly. crooked kro'k-bak. crofs largecrop. Egypt and A is ufed for houfe. f. peevifli. . in- bent or rectitude of mind. line ftraight To thing. CROSIER. Bent. fron.a. kroi'-fez. animial. f. an in pigeo" ftraight body laid at another the of the over enfign rightangles . CROSS-BAR-SHOT. to v. CRONY. full belly. Bfed. kind of A a CROSS. kris'-bite.with round Not to over pofe obftruftion . Sick krop^ f. krds'-grAd. money in contempt. fhape refemblinga kro'-kus. try the faith of evidence commonly debauchery. any veiTelmade cup. inconfiftent.An CROCUS. A CROOKBACK. to counteract to body. Confifting CROCEOUS. a. To layone draw that has man interfeil to as any To turn to kro^k-bakt. kr6'-ny. a. to exccfs krop'. great bullet. ears. perverfe. ftrument . CROOKBACKED. An The kros'-llt. contrary to wifli. CROOKEDLY.fuch unfortunate. Not A bar of iron An inftrument ufed by foreftaff. The craw of a bird.

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kro-fy-f CRUCIFIXION. deftruftive. CRUMP. vinegaror A voyage kro'ze. violence. CRURAL. unripenefs. Inhumanity. One ) part of CRUSTILY. to call fpcakwith vehemence importunately . fmal! particle To fmall pieces. A kro'^ze. CRUISE. Pleafed with hurting a.f. krump'. two kio'-dl-ty. . fragmentof bread. unripe. favage- nefs. to to utter weep. preparation. the pieceof Inhumanity. infant. envelop. inhuman. f. To a. oppofite to To a. CRUMPLE. ''"'" \ . . CRUTCH. To digeflion.barbaroufly. Smeared a. A goldfmith's melting- pot.not teltaceous. CRUMMY. ad. CRUDE. kry'. furniture That generate de- part of the that reaches from kro'-ral. Covered a. with with cafe the CRUST. kro'-en-tlte. fnappifh. bodies. prefsbetween fqueeze. a. kro'de-ly. CRUPPER. a a hard bread. n. CRUMBLE. To to comminute. krum'bl. to put to Crooked krump^l. To fupport on cripple. To break n. CRUISER. others. having CRUSADO. krus'-tl-nSs.f. CRUDITY. kro'fe. fnap- pifhly. CRUSTINESS.f. a an baked To To CRUET. inUnripenefs. krup'-pur. not' due f. f. krutfh'. kro'-il-ly.unconcodled by in the back. of havingjointed fhells. CRUSH. quality The morofenefs. CRUSET. bloody. without . quality ad. a krd'-sit. An expedition crofs. plunder. kro'-it. v. preparation. kruf-tl'-dius. CRUISE. v. the fea in fearch of \ CRUMB. To with a cruft . tra"t of CRUSTACEOUS. form CRY Ik'-fhun. f.without CRUDENESS. CRUST. CRUM.to foul with To ver co- concretions.a. coin a flampedwith "? f. . a cruft morofc. blood.v. CRUENTATE. To n. cruel manner. kro'-Jl-nk. CRUSTY. a z. oil. inhumanly. f. CRUELTY. wrinkles. to deprefs. collifion. vial for A fmail cup. hard a cafe To a. Having CRUCIFORM. ad. hands and feet crofs a kro'de. of any certain ccurfe. or external coat.to difpirit. inta draw the tail.a. v. kro'-zur. prefswith to beat down to fub- . krufl/. CRUELNESS.C of nailingto of fet the v. not immature broughtto perfeftlon. things.f. kn'im'-mv. CRUSTACEOUSNESS. CRUISE. kro'-ll.as to an exclaim . f. kro-fa'-do. that roves upon f. the cruit .barbarity. to Soft. .barbarous CRUST. v. To The crofs. In CRUELLY. . To upriglit. horftman's changed by not v. to meal. procefsor any harfli. CRUEL. to fquall. fmall CRUSADE. A krump'-llng. digeflcd . the faddlc Belongingto the leg. fubdued not well . crutches as and a fupport ufed by loudncfs v. pieces. Peevifhly. CRUMBLE. to notions. a and wafte kruft'. fea in fearch of plunder. " I rove wander the fea on krufl''. CRUMPLING.a. a. To apple. kruf-ti'-fhuf-nis. a bread. A cripples. fmall To The the over ox To of bread joints. krus'-ty. To publick. to in- fall into krutfli'. coc]:ion. indigclled CRUDELY. colleftion of matter into a hard incruftation. krim'bl.a.f. Raw. nifnment U R krufl/. CRUTCH. CRUSH. kr"^'-fy-f6rm. Unripely. to . kro'-il-ty. n. f. fturdy. outer made pye with fearch of in plunder. kro'de-nls.f. 5" againft the infidels. make v. a. . fire.f. inconIndigeftion. kro-fa^de. to overwhelm. kri'-fy-fv. not The foft part of v. krus'-tl-ly. krufl'. gatheror con- crult. Shelly. CRY. a CRUCIFY. A _ of . To body.want of maturity.f. peevifhnefs. heard-hearted. by nailingthe death pu- crofs. to due.a. f.mifchievous. lamentation. cruelty. to proclaim. Any fhell. f.

utterance. CRYER. ku'-blt. Little ufed. a cube. Lamentation. .which from the elbow.a. bear a mation excla- To acclamation. to . f. other for the o f down. a. bright. of f.1 a. OUT. ku'-b'ik 5 f. ku'-bi-kal. UP. clear. ku'-by-f"^rm. importunatecall CRYAL. . kii-bi'-fhun. CUBICAL. was the diftance originally bending inwards. to o\'er- CRY krf ou't. concretion.f. CUBATORY. The falcon gentle. kub f.M. CRYSTALLINE. CRY krf up'. to to .v. raife the the hawkers of fcream fliriek. i fiilingof cryftal c lear. The articulate CUBATURE. CRYPTOLOGY. proclamation. CUB on u the found. f. . krls'-tal-lize. body. exadlly the folid content propofed f. Cryftal for a fiditious body call in the glafs-houfes. kns -tal-llnc. CRYPTICAL. produceththe fquare multiplied of fixteen. proclamation London. The flatc called alfo cryftal v/hich is carried to a of beingcubical. proclagenerally young of a beaft. to clamour to cenfure . fomethinglollor To CRY R Y inarticulatevoice. down. as kry'. f. or fnoot into To applaud. The ginof oria cu- bick number. a pack of dogs. v.C to fliedtears nn animal to utter yelp. yelpingof dogs. To kry^ CRY. writingfecrct charadlers. to fcream. outcry of of the eye. of a. To . The krlp-tig'-gra-fy. Cryftals are ku'be ro't. ku'be. of wares. Enigmakrip-tol'-l6-jy. CRY. CRYSTAL. in proach. tint uvea. pellucid. bright.mourning.of naturally by four produceththe cubick number of fixtyufed alfo four. fccretly. Hidden. CUBATION. F f f CUBITAL. CUBICULARY. falts in chymiftry. blame. is regularly angularfigures . tranfparent. v. krf dow'n. Fitted a. to CRYSTALLINE fcent. or by congelation CRYSTALLIZE. ters. to praife . cube four ~'krls'-til. Ofthefliapeof kns'-tul. or quality glafs. krip'-tlk. 1 krip'-tl-kal. To . to v. . CUBIFOR.as an a hound To n. v.- HUMOUR. yell. fox or in concrete To cryftals.congeal. weeping. . and that againmultiplied number pellucid. The -mur. manner kris'-tal-llze. kJi'-bl-kal-nls. behind aqueous . anglesall right. a. CUBIT. The mafs formed bear. occult. a . the CUBE ROOT. to exclaim. tremity ex- .f. next immediately caufeto . the ancients. f. fecret charac- hard. Confifting of cryftal CRYSTAL. kry'-al. A meafure in ufe among lucid.confifting CUBE. degreeof perfection beyondthe common glafs kii-blk'-kd-lar-y. " kii'-blk. To a. to prohibit depreciatJ. CUBICK f.\ cret. To To n. f. DOWN. a. of vocal as expreffion . . CUB. be in fecond humour CRYSTALLIZATION. of cyphers. krip'-ti-kil-y. ku'-b. complain louJlv declare loud labour. Congelation into cryftals. tical language. ad. fix fquareand and equalfaces or 'fides.pellucid.-l-tur-y.CUBICALNESS. triumph or wonder the to coagulate. CUBICK. a. The heron. krlf-tal-ly-za'-ft f. popular favour. f. to blame.tranfparent.f. The CUB. 1 ro't. CRYPTOGRAPHY.to cryftals.concrete. CRYPTICALLY. V. lies proclaim publickly to decay. exprefs pofture lying {hot or congealed matters in manner of cryftal.and colourlefs bodies. young kub'. the young . or Cryftals. aft of The ing ly- Recumbent. To of a whale . A regular folid body. . Con- kris'-taK-lin. congealor CRYSTALLIZE. bring forth. zH a the cries voice. To krls'-tal-lln. exalt. . and therefore equal. clamour. To a.infinding of any noife. fcCRYPTICK. krf-ur. Having or the form propertiesof it is applied to numbers : the number a of into itfelf. v. kd'-ba-ture. priceby mation. Occultly. re- boy or girl.7 a. n. ROOT. to the of the mi^ldle finger.

kul^-lur. f. The CUE. To to fight. CUIRASSIER. fift. the fuii: ftomach. CUDDLE. kud'-dy. f. upon a a little or cowl havingthe . To thighs. a. A chymicalVefftalk. kul^-ly. S covered. CULPRIT. 7 A f. of a cuckold. Blamekiil-pa-bll'-i-ty. qualities One that makes kuk-ko^ a f.f. A impofed v. the covers Monks in Scotland. bird which A other birds.f. kuf'. tail or end of any a humour. are a gourd. of cullion. T CU^ULLATED. qualities of plant. CUCKOO-f name of appears kak-k6'-bud. able. v. CU'CKOLDY. huPoand L of another .blameworthy.f. kii-kil'-late. a A CUFF. kif '. CULMINATE. CUDV/EED. k'd'-jll-prof. f. . fidelity. ku/-pub-ly.l''-dez. to ki/-li-nar-y. n. CUCKOLD.fuchasthepompion kil^-kur-bite. impofeupon. To a. name a a intimation. kou'-kum-ur. To befool. be anfwered to an the thing. To mean. kuk-ko'-flow-ur. with blow V. Hooded. f. a The meridian. a. cubit. CULLER. criad. in order fcud'n. foldier in A of arms. ku'-ras. f. atling. fpeechin be without by unchaftity. A fcoundrel. A flick to kud'-j!l. CULMINATION. To V.and their CUCURBITE. breaftplate.MIFEROUS. U guilt. f. CULLY. plant. to to vertical. a ftrike with CULDEES. a ftupid f. kulMyun. Culmia. talons.C CUD ku'-b'i-tcl. CUCKOO. or ablenefs.f. CULPABLE. kul-ml-ni'-ftiun. a. CULLY. hood CUCURBIT be in cuerpo. CUFF.to cheat. f. an is by ried mar- v. hufks. fuch feeds as are have a fmooth contained kul'-mi-nlte. feleftfrom One the others. CUDGEL-PROOF. To be be in the meridian. of his wife's man that One adultrefs. kuk'-kulJ. temper CUERPO. of corrupting prailice a CUCKOLDOM. the Part of the fleeve. to a. kud'. f. To ku'.to ftrikcwith. blamekul'-publ. Having a.as CUCUMBER. Cucurbitaceous CUDDY. lengthof a to laft words kuk'-kuld. the flateof a ftroke. planetthroughthe CULPABILITY. CULINARY. CUDL is choofes. kak-ko'-fpltl. A kul''-]y.and is faid to lay her own in the aa hint. To The that armour ki. coat. thofe which refemble CUi. to be hatched in LOWER. S CUCKOO-SPITTLE. bafe. kul'-lyun-ly. f. fquat. CUDGEL. ftick. ref ft a ftick. man armour. refemblance hood. f.wrong to a a CUFF. ku-raf-fe'r. f. a fpumous dew or of mind. food which CUD. CUCKOLDMAKER. Criminal. of with plants. CUFF. CULL. CUCKOLD. rcpofited To a. V. kd-kul'-la-tid. rob To a. low clown. Containingonlythe CUBITAL. The adultery . a. CUIRASS. To CUDGEL. f. kul'-publ-nls. To tranfitof dolt. plant. . with the upper kuf ^ to the eggs of fuck -p6.7 f. fhapeof kuf'. CUCKOO-BUD. a. are plants ferous plants and melon. cuckold.f.mean. deceived man the upon. and their f. kufli'. Having CULLION. EN. minally. found CUCULLATE. poor.commonly called a Body. place. kuk'-kil-dum. flower. Blameably. CUISH. a wives. kul'. the fift . in jointed chaff'y n. CULPABLY. to kitchen. beat with Able a. kwer fhort direction ^.and a a box. a. who picks or fruit of that The name CULLIONLY. kud^-jll.f. kud'l. a kul-mif'-fe-rus. To n. To is That in f. f. the kuk'-kuld-ma-kir.Relating a. kd-kur-bl-tr-fhus. CULPABLENESS. Blame.V. infe"S in it. To ftrike with A fcuffle. lie clofc. The To of contempt. ACEOUS.kuk'-kul-dy. v. fel. J to A be chewed again. fpring. kud'-wid.

The aft CUMULATION. who place. lingerer. kil'-ve-rln. A medicinal plant. of vation of culti- ad To a. to wedge. ufelefs . CUMFREY. Can. the burthenfome vexatious. croud involve to To embarrafs. CUNNING. CUMBER. than A kil'-v^r-kc. embarraff- CUMBERSOME. hindrance. CULTER. drauglit bout. CUMBER. . kunk-ta'-tur. knowing. dilatorinefs. kim'-min. CUPBOARD. to acorn an companions. or pretends ftolen goods. fomething to diftrcfs . Cup To and a the in the cup. f. v. entertainment. a. improves. kul'-ver. to f. f. kun'-mng-n!s.-s.by the ku-mil-li'-fhun. artfully trickifti. CUMBERSOMENESS. CULVERKEY. ad. The CULTIVATION. a deceitful flower. CUP. f. obftrudl:. CULVERIN. Artfully.v. fraudulent dexterity fleight. The kuZ-rfhur.impediment.f. her. kum''-brus. kup'. to Deceit- fmall vefTel to drink A liquorcontained the focial a. To kun'-nur.merry hollow like unwieldy. out glaff. pigeon. a. troublefome kim'-bir-fum-nls. art to a.v. f. CUMBROUS. f.ping CUNCTATION.and forwarding or meliorating vegetables. Artifice. Not CULVER. . to improve. kum'-brunfe. CUPBEARER. v. fupply with To a. to CULTURE. kiin'-nSng.crafty. Relating CUNEIFORM. ku-ne'-y-form. of . Skilful. CUPIDITY. f. or f. performedwith fkill. CULTIVATE. dangers. ad. Burthen. earth. f. . too-e^her. cup. To CUP M U fhelvcs. manual fore bearraigned man judge.f. kind A that flicks clofe oifter.f. Old word. knowledge. To of learned .artful . longing.unmanageable. cupping by applying blood draw f. to perpendicular kil'-ti-vite. form of CUNNER. f. CUNNINGNESS. to art or kunk-ta'-ftiun.deceit. kum'-bir. A fpeciesof to entangle. delay. CUNCTATOR. ku-p!d'-i-ty. A plant. meliorate. an fiflilefs of the rocks. teach to tell fortunes. CUNEAL. fkill. difturbing. One meliorates. induftry . of ko'l-tur. diftract with kum'-biir. in form flyly. Not in any kup'. CUNEATED. melioration. a wedge. to a. recover in difficulties and bufy. CUMBRANCE. to be troublefome of cares multiplicity ment. jumbled. manner. hindrance. f. oppreiTiVc. f. CUNNINGLY. the hcmi- building. improve or The the produftof ward for- To kul-tl-va'-ftiun.. CULPRIT. CUMIN. a a. improvementand CULTURE. ku'-mu-late. f. wedge. unlawful CUPOLA. craftily. Concupifcence. procraftination.f. . Havingthe CUNNING. ufed. kup'-be-rur. practiceof improvingfoils. Delay. f. In kum'-bur-fum-ly.C f. or kul'-tMr. kul'-tl-va-tur.promotes To to till. One a havingthe neral.to v.f. CUMULATE. vexatious . a. fome. improvementin CULTIVATOR. Trouble- burthenfome. fummit fpherical of a A dome. man how fulnefs. cultivate. flynefs. to a. an officer of An attendant to givewine feaft.obllruftion. kum'-bur-fim.obftrudting f. familiar CUP. each other. ufed. f.in which vidtuals or A cafe earthen with ware is placed. ge- melioration. Vexation. CUMBERSOMELY. CUNNING-MAN. a. ku'-po-Ia. Encumbrance. A kun-ning-man'. cups. load with . kub'-burd. CUPPER. ku'-ny-al. To heap . together. kun'-nlng-ly. embarraiTing. A kiil'-pnt. Obfolete. A fpecies of ordnance. his iron of the plow the fhare. art. a Made kii'-ny-a-tiV. . f. kJim'-fry.flynefs. at a king'shoufhold Troublefome. fubtle. a form who given wedge. kun'-ning.f. any thing hulk of the as of.

healing . nice a"l of an curiofity. Without cure. CURRENCY. CURATESHIP. flexure. CURMUDGEONLY. f. delicacy enquiry. under light . of copper. CURER. kurdled. hand . Remedy. f. To to coagulate.concreted. nice. ' 2 gencral . finiflied.a firepjate. caufe V. oppofition. by auEnglifh papers ftamped for money. a ku'-ret. a.the valued .fluency.f. CUPPING-GLASS.crform A of a rate. authoritative. CURFEW. To n. The tree . conftant flow a curate clergyman. without a. One ufed fcarifiersto by draw out the blood by v/hich the air. retinue of or reproachfor CURABLE. An kur-mud'-jun. To turn to curds.a. kur'-dy.f. a. Coppery. of perfedlion . CURELE"S. CURL. applies cup- who fcarificr. raifein waves. written properly Corinth. A curb is an iron chain. To dried grape. Akur-mud'-jun-ly. hand.a a. cu- clergymanhired to a parifh prieft. of any thing. v. difficult to to neat. concrete. general utterance tinuance. a his CURIALITY. pleafe. of from paffing hand to readinefsof reception. covetous. about . power ku''re. fmuofity. PoflibilityCURIOUS. curds. and care not the of cure to accurate. CURD. CURDLE. kind of water-fowl . fubtle . To guidea To CURB. generally uncontradided. art- tion. ing pairrate at which from any hand to received. by evening-peal. kurd'l.a mifer. churliflifellow. niggardly.. v. varicious. inhibition. Inquifitively. the thingis vulgarly in colonies the thority. bird than larger CURMUDGEON. to inhibit. CUR. caufe to To curls. of term worthlefs A a dog .'rithc. exaiS. to prepare in any manner. fo as to be preferved from corruption. kurb^. of information . undula- to to tv/ift. attentive to. f. a. man every his fire. kii-ra'-tor. difeafes. CURACY. hair . CURL. inclination man. of coagulation a. A with longer partridge. nicety. f. The ku'-ret-fhip. v. . kurd'. medy. kii'-ryuf-ly. to coagulate.a phyfician.made CURB. To heal.a. .a griper. Relatingto not prefervative. f. diligent admits ku'-rabl-n!s. f.felicitous miftake .i-ry-al'-l-ty. CURIOUSLY. or n. CURDY. .". the upper part of the bridle. to rife in undulations kur'-lu. of curiofity. to milk. of the horfe . Circulatory. f. a f. ringlets. the duties of j-. churlilh. exatSnefs another . nefs. A gbfs kup'-ping-glas.CUR CUR f. a a fhrink into .to v. careful CURL. ku'-ryus. The k. The v. fall to of neatly attentively. ToCURDLE. kd're-lis. ku're. CURD. kup'-pur. CURATE. the hair in turn CURRANT. an objeft rarity. fame with curacy. Circulation. fully. cover futing ku'-pry-us.to remedy. To has branches reftraint. Inquifitivekii-ryos'-i-ty. f. degenerate That a. full of CURE. to be healed. On that CURATOR. ku'-ri-tiv.v.that the fhould rake up refying ra- healer. Coagulated. the the ringletof A kurl'. fuperintendence kurb f. ki'irJ'l. . To kurl'. elegantly. remedy. con- generalcfteem.or fiau- ofities. laboured. f. CURABLENESS. kur'-run. and pafiing kur'-rent. v. a and put out fire. to reftrain.f. to lets ring- twill itfelf. experiment. Employment ku'-ra-fy. wave. leges.f. common. To a. ricious ava- niggard. CUPPER. re- employmentwhich a hired clergymanholds the beneficiary. . . to reftoreto health. accuracy. To . A ku/-fi5. privi- CURIOSITY. to the beard kurd'. Inquifitive. kurf. court. legs. to To coagulate.running over a curb . a f. An Conqueror willed. drcfs with undulations. reftorative. horfe with check. CURRENT. CURATIVE. a fmall the benefice or employmentof aft of CURE. a. a.f. a . exactly. con- CUPREOUS. f. ping-glaffcs. ad. ku'-rur. ku'-rabl. elegant. defirous a. for kur'. kur'-ren-fy. CURLEW. ftudioufly .

to a.v. wardnefs. n. eftimation fuch as be allowed may as paffing. Curfory. Haftily. afflift.quick. fully. In kur'-rent-ly. f. oppofition . a The diftance from planet's val inter- the fun and COURTESY. The To a. two leather. runningflream . kur'-sid-ly. Crookednefs. The hateful. of bending. hafty. fafnionable. f. degenerate f. vex- troublefome. curtate CURVE. An or curtain. torment.f. "*it care. pronunci- Froward. CURTAIN. or To that makes Chancery.infleaed. CURST. Hafty.to cut A cloth contraded the out dog. kurv'. To leap.f. water attentive. To bend. CURSE. inflect. To by petty draw baftions. atious. a. Cona. popular. To to as (hut to as difcern part of the wall kV-rifh. a. wiflievil to.f. con- To fafhionably. or the in bed. A leap. rub to . what . without . officeror clerk out ginal ori- CURVE. flight f. CURTSY. kur-va'-ftiun. reduced to to torment. kur-ta'-fhun. To kur'-ry-kome. v.pa/Table. currying ufed for open that fortification. v. f. kur'-va-ture. kur'-tate dis'-tenfe. f.CUR CUR aeral popular. CURSE.f. f. Dogfliip. CURTAIN. CURRENTLY. to flioes. officioufnefs. meanncfs.brutal. kur'fe. Short.v. forf. CURSHIP. kur-vct'. CURRENT. another CURSED. var is eflablinicdby vul- as kurv'. kur'-sid. manner inflexion. . a a. In f. a. unholy. kur'-fhlp. to light in theobje"Ss. malignity.unfanclifiedj CURSEDLY. to n. CURVE. bound CURVET.fo currj' favour. fhort. a crookednefs. to devote . CURTAIL. kur'-tin. kur-vy-lyn'-yar. a. a bound. To CURRIER. . a. a. carelefs. ad. CURSORINESS. To it fo curtains. To imprecate. Miferably. ftant motion a kiir'-rent-nls. G g s CURVITY. nant. kur'-ry. f. CURSITOR. CURVILINEAR. Crooked. of tion Circula- ation. kur'fe. kur'-fur-In-nu. a. the An to the planet's ecliptick.in- CURSORY. friflc.f. CURRYCOMB. wifli of evil kur'-tln-lek'-tftiur. beingunder a belonging to writs. her hufband to diftance of the aftronomy.four. kur-tfi'lc. is year. CURRENTNESS.to to be licentious. malig- malicious. motions of the progreflive A of the fea in feveral places. f. a. CURTATE ftrument iron in- horfes. kur'-fur-y. f.fuch . to drub ing inftrument. Bent. . CURT. CURVATED. A reproof givenby a CURRY. fliamead. kur'-v^-tld.part. a. a f. frolick. with kindnefles. or things. kurft'-n's.v. kur'-tin.CURTAIN-LECTURE.v. withfifting CURSORARY. fcratch- a off. kur'-sld-nls. kur'-ry-ur. To make clofe fo dreffcs who To cut expanded at pleafure . now the admitted or current currents certain are carelefs. CURSEDNESS. kur-vet'.to . CURVATURE. kiV-fur-'J-y. without ceafing. kurft''. generally . f.fnarling. CURSTNESS. kur'fe. reception . One and pares leather for thofe who other of ties Having the quali- a. CURTATION. pccvifh. ftateof curfe. to To flexure Any thingbent. CURRISH. See kurt'-fy. a DISTANCE. Slight attention. wife placefrom the fun. popularly. beat.deteftable. to execrate. kur'-fur-rer-ry.tofliortcn. kurv''. v. between the vexation. as to become to a drefs To horfe with fmooth his coat favourite a . kur'-s!-tur. rampart that lies between affliftion. lines. ad. kur'-rcnt. fome. act of CURVATION. Under a curfe. bendingor crooking.a prank. eafmefs general . kiirt'. . to crook. Peevifiinefs. inclofe diftance. quarrel. bent. CURVET. Maledidion. or flattery. of a crooked line j compofedof crooked CURSORILY. To CURSE.

to inter- cufliion. f. pillowfor veflel for feat.to debar. com- To n. To to to abridge.f. cut cuftom. ") a. or to exprefsthe points other luminary. from kut'. application has good cuftom . ad. . horns a other kus'-tum. cording Ac- bitually. manner into fliape . f. fesS. as interruption. aflion of The a ufe. a kiit^ pret.f.as point. kus^-tumd. CUSTOMARY. CUSTOM. animal goods importedor exported. a. CUSTOMABLE. Hakis'-tum-ur-'-ly. CUT. v. face of any CUTICULAR. ku/-v!-ty. pliccof One who quents fre- fale for the f. to untimely. Common. to pieces.to hew down. liberty . habitual. efta- of buying of praftice blifliedmanner. con- proceedingby kit''. to death and To . impreffion made wound an a edge. f. Habit. Cut. our tax is. fecurity.to refcind. penetratewith a on A holdingwine. CUSP. CUSTOMABLY. cuttingfor cutting. CUTLASS. a take excel. to piercewith any uneafy fcnfation . a fool men of all kinds.ikeof pur- the foldiers make to up. kus'-tum-ub-ly. kus'-pS-tid. commonly thin fkin formed on called the fur- liquor. to certain union. to cut another cuts from to feparate oft".to interrupt. as this trader pcrfons. fliape. Ending in ving kus^-pl-da-tid.frequent. A kufp''. of conor fcparntion tinuity. able Conforma. Cut of and of cutting longtail. any thingby cutting. in law. out. CUSHION. to abbreviate . aft of dividinga pack pra"ftice or fafliion. the {kin. Imprifonment. a law. to to to CUT. its divide eradicate. beingeftablifliedby long ufe. cut fwect- milk To make to carve. line one fell. a. a kufl/-und. a. Ufual. paftTage. into convenient CUT. part. to accordingto habitual . hinder f. a pad placedupon foft CUT s . CUSTREL. f. to put to deftroy. Seated a. cut fudden from buyers. a a particle. or right. to fliort. f. pafl". from to away. from to to. CUSTOMABLENESS. exportedare end an to form. common way of habitual tice prac- To and the confent of has been.c u CURVITY. CUSPIDATED.to crofs. . fafhion.a pifture a from ftamp of wood or copper. made a by art . mon. a part cut flired . to conformityto cuftom.dailypradlifed . excel. to extirpate. to to to adapt. ftiape.f. or cully. by which near off^ lot fome cut or carved upon angleis cut off". cards commonly. fmall a oft"a ftick . a. CUSTOMED. f. care. CUT. and anceftors. A kd'-tlkl. tribute. eftablifhed cuftom. a The firft and outer- body. part. Crookednefs. kuflZ-un.which. rekus'-tud-y. To Preparedfor CUTICLE. To apoftrophife. Frequency. prefervation. To . of edged an inftrument to form by fculpture.to outdo. to divide packs of cards . hinder obftrudions inftrument collecSted. CUSTARD. CUSTOMHOUSE. pre- any chafing. and impreft"ed it. cut were an the preclude. trive. f. to Belonging the flciii. withhold. Frequency. f. by by made channel the reft . Relatingto CUTANEOUS. ku-tik'-u-lur. Cut. cut perform the to .a. CUSTODY. or fliarp edged the .haJ CUSPATED. the leaves of fiovrerendingin a kus'-turd. kut^. kus'-tum-ur.wonted. fcription . ftraint of hew . coveringof the fcarf-fkin . viding by di- way operation the ftone. . a point. cut filence. the . kus'-tim-ur-y. ku-ta'-nyus. kus^-tum-ubl-n!s. moft the CUSTOMER. down. CUSTOMARILY. to overpower fugar. not written. CUSHIONED. CUSTOMARINESS. to parts. or to f. kiV-tum-ir-i-ius. ad.to intercept. fcheme. of put fliortof their pay. the where taxes upon The goodsimportedor kus'-tum-ubl. form. the kis'-trll.to to a"Sling .habit . kind A with by boilingeggs made meat ufed term of the moon. ufual. To cliair. bucklcr-bcarcr. paid for houfe kus'-tim-houfe.

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to play fondle.elegant j roach. dal'-]y. f. a -ly.v.approach DAGGLE. to water. the value of mifchief retribution confine. de- or placewhere f. the obelus. bafket hilt. a da'fe. meddler. thing. DAG.which is I'-lfJ A f. pleafantly.daf-f6-down-d!l' . A trifle. plays in maftery. water. daft'. v. to play. manufactured. To da'n-tl-1^. da'n-ty. dam'. j do to thing in any One f. licately. delicacy. J preiTingfather. fqueamifhnefs. da'-ry-made. dag'l-tale. Bemired. nire. tamper. DAFFODIL.nice.f. to in mire To or DAGGLE. DALLIANCE. DABBLE. To The bufmefs ferv. TO dab'. any reparafionof hurt or drance hin- taketh in bis eftate. dab'l. dag'-ur. to delay.nicety. formerly adts carefTes. [t]- drawing daggers. DACTYLE. a. in water move or flight manner. v. of fifting one fu- 7 f. a. lan- fmear. a fondler. T" . DAM. DAFFODOWNDILLY. fpringflower. a A a handgun. is f. to exchange carelTes. daub.to f. A trifler. away very often. To fmall A fomethingmoift with ftrike To a. DABBLER. a A A The is to manage f. or bank to confine or To a. fqueamifh. DAB. dab'-tflilk.procraftination. DAGGLETAIL. of dal'-lyanfe. a da DAILY. fpattered. DAINTILY. ad.f. da'-ly. a. law.f. DAM DAG dab'.to dams. in done . pcrficial DAD. or lump flimythrown or DAB-CHICK. to To a of or upon gently moift. DACE. dag'l. niard po- fhort fword. To dag"-urz-dra'-ing. the f. The Delicacy.Obfolete. vale. elegance. water DAMAGE.refembling dad'-dy. water. qua* every nefs. f. fport. DALLY. a of word a da'-ry. da'le. daf'-f6-d!l. that meddles one play in To n. To woman the milk. Every day.D. fcrupulous. To be a valley. This one leaf. blow moift artift. mother. To frolick .f. Something nice da'n-ty. to DAM. violence. DALE. v. that a man fhut up Mifchief. dag'l. DAB.v. that without fmall river A dak'-tll. flightly. con- ones. v. Elegantly. Interchange DALLIER. DAISY. open dipnegligently by n. blunt blade of iron with for defence . Pleafingto DAINTY. fomething in a. dal'-ly-ur.fafli- DABBLE. aiSt of as a . fifh. dam'. f. the fool dagger . ad. to day. The fhort two child's of way planthath f. DAFT. ex- daf'-f6-d!l'-ly. DAIRY. A To a. DAFFODILLY. f. lofs . tion . delicioufly. dioufnefs. kind of fmall dab'l. dam'-idzh. detriment. DAM. dam'. bell-fhaped. fondncfs ^ DAIRYMAID. n. a poeticalfoot A and long fyllable dad'. damage. foft . DAGGERSDRAWING. any . V. f. water-fowl. da'-zy. tofs afide.f. to be- tidian. dag'.^nt whofe of confifting lily-flower. DAINTY. in ufe. an one low guage. conjugalconverfadelay.foft- nice. a flat fifh. water. fomething foft with . ufed da'n-ti-n!s. to throw licate. mole moles in the v. palate. mud dab'-lur. To milk of fondnefs . DAGGER. DADDY. to The f. To a. DAINTINESS.de- delicate. Happening DAILY. wet. a piftol.f.

'mp'-ifti-n!s. gloomy. put in ha- endanger. .-id. The old in torments be a general.to chill. title of honour . damp'. v. To doom to future ftate. To zard.f. DAMSEL. to injure f. to .mifchievous. dan'. fupplenefs dan'fe. One teaches the art of DANDLE. in invented manner a part rifes above or filk woven to DA. Moift. a fure. deprelTcJ.as Sufcept- damfon. mifchievous.f. dW-ny-fy-. i. To n. zard. To dam'-ned. ddn'fe. as manner to DAMNATION.peril. or plant. v. ing Containa. To a. deprcfs. DAMAGE. fcntcnce of condemnation. To Tomifdiicf. DANIJVVORT.a. and obfetjuioufnefs. the earth . Linen DAMASK. f. dam-nif'-ik. dar. a.rduMf. from gentlewoman j lafs. DANDLER.-". To noxious a iiijuie. DAMASK. part.Am'-afk. Hhh DANGtR- . lliifFs .a.ove motion. Tendency d. ibieof hurt.head. to dam'-zin. divine mercy. dcpreflion dam'-idzh. Defen-ing damnation. todiverfify. treat dan'-drif. dam'-zil.f.f. to procure condemned eternally hifs any or To . to in to explode. damp'-nls. To moiftcn to rowful. DAMNIFY. publick performance. DAN. mea- concert.a. haaarj.v. eternal puniflitncnt. A young attendant of the better rank an form flowers variegate. by which v. child in th.- condemnation to of of who a DAMNIFICK. to or to put into DANCE. To fmall black A To abandon. A fmall black term DANCE art To a with caufe condemn dun'fc.v. Without procure damnation. A lady.to weaken. Ja'ne-wurt. dam'-na-tur-^. dii'n-jur. upon at danZ-afk. DANGERL"^S.for- the reft in flov/ers. a.moifturc DANCJER. without DANGEROUS. impair. Countr)' low gillyflower. f. to hurt. incur eternal punifliment. DAMP. role. j jected.f. dan/'-afk-ro^ze. moift air. da'W-vf. f. wet. a.f. miftrefs of women in familv. DANCE. f. The DANDRUFF.the formerly given to DAMES-VIOLET. lively a fchool where the dam-na'-Hiun.. f. DAMPNESS.a. take da- To dam'-Idzh-abl.to j to dand'-lur.to impair. Dejcfled. f. plum. a.o-let. Hateful. de- from ' damageable goods.a. a.v. damp'. A red da'me.f. ha- * a. To DANGER. to DAMAGEABLE. To dam'. damp'-y. DAMNABLE. DAMAGE. that dan-de-ir. N of fpiiit.dan'fe. diVn-jer-Us. DANCINGMASTER. dam'-ning-nis. f. da'n-jc-rus. a d. mage.un. DANCINGSCHOOL. To make to d-ncc. The dan'-sing-ncdl.v. f. DAMNED. pcrillous. pernicious. to dan'-fur. f.de- tc{"ablc. inclining to wet a He that dandles or wsUvs elder. a. DAME. DAMN. de- funk. men. In fuch a fo. plum. a.to dijtdl.f. f.moiliure.c:ng dand'!.. daacing. Rifquc. DANCE. DANDELION. Hax.MASK-ROSE. . to to A D rifque. da'n-jur. or A of fpecet. DAMASCENE. vapour exhaled DAMP. v. One DAMP. dun'-slng-maf-tur. boot f. Procuring v.called ilfoitwurf-elder. Tendency DAMNINGNESS. to crt. . DAMPY. the knee the pr-Jlif. Scurf lofs. art of is taught. DAMSON. dam'-na-bly.DAM d-W-ldzU. name like a child. women a dam'-zun. to wetnefs. of honour To wait v. a wench. .f. DAMNATORY.Not in ufe. a. To fhakc To enda- . Moifturc. in rr. Fo^. Exclufion To n. jeftion. A niction of DANCER. .a. Attendance. many fondles children. Queen's v. damp'. DAMPISHNESS. DAMNABLY. on oiw dancing. To eternal dam'-nabl. Damafcus. fondle.

any which letter is a the beginning . n. of expreflion the found A coward. throw. timorous. DAPPLE. del beloved. ob- a. make To grow dark. afliamed Full of defiance.v. to make . noife . light. flyas ofFenfively.n. da'-rlng-nls. a holes mend the ftlifF. v.Not da're-fdl. d:'/rk. f. to flyofF the To . happened.v. dap'']. part. fcure. have courage for any favourite. a. the of palm. of a thrown in flafhes. an a. infufion end. a. To throw line mean. To v.v. a das'-tard.v. . da'ng-gl. fo f. a. to To da'rkn. DARK. ignorant . f. to To A fields. Defiance. to throw water befprinkle change by fome . DARKLING. To ftreak. vern.v. DATE-TREE. . dafh'. apoltron. A fmall admixture da're. water DATE. DARING. An furface . to vary. pret. to catch looking-glafs. v. DANGEROUSNESS. To a. hang loofe to any one.a DASH. much hangs women. To v. at hafte printin confound. with oully. challenge. to defy. a. The at which at when flipulated fruit of the date tree. DARNEL. f. to break by col- to fearlefs. DATE- . r-llng.v. DANK. I Durft. to rufli loud a make to it fly. dankMfh. the texture of imitating da'r-nil. da'r-ling. A fi(h found DAR. to befpatter. To purpofe. follower. da'-rlng-ly. obfcure da'rk. da'rt. f. DART.peril. hazard. dap'-pur. gloomy. Ln a fituationvoid of DARKNESS. adventurous. . To To be adventurous. fpscics note thingis written or with the time done. DASTARDLY. time the end any . DAREFUL. fuddenlyagainft fomething. a. moift.a. DART. DATE.A dwarf. Boldly. DARE. Cowardly. A man da''ng-gliir.dear. To a.not of fhowy or vivid colour blind . which any at event da'te-tre. DANGEROUSLY. ob- dark To form DASTARDISE. danger. obliterate. da'-ring. f. To . fully. intimidate dark. a. to To a. di'rkn. opake.cou- DARINGLY. obfcurcly. das'-tar-dy. fcure. beloved. DARE them by of means da're. v. da'xk-iils! f. LARKS. fly in flaflieswith DASTARD. da'rk-fum. DARKLY. challenge. Being in the or to n. ad. the n. wickednefs . conclufion To of dart.v. a.I To DARE. A to crofs out. to hang upon and To n. Abfcncc li^ht. part. da'rk-ly. dap'l. das'-tar-dlze. lively a. a. bulk. empire of Satan.v. To in ufe. To a. DASTARDY. time time da'rk-llng. )ight. to writing. . growing in To throw any thing a. as written. Little and adive.f. f. be about that To dank'. f. To Bold. da'rn. a mark ftroke.v. DARN. without DAPPLE. DANGLE. by miffileweapon dart'. Cowardlinefs. to dart'.5' da're. Collifion . Without DARK. To qui\cring . Sein the da'r. J f. DASH.marked .A D DAT R ad. DARINGNESS. To variegated. dafh'.one the hand. DART. Damp. to DARKEN. obfcurity ger. blindly. To A . lifion. f. DASH. ad. a. weed dafti'. f. Boldncfs. humble DARLING. to mingle. perplex . das'-tard-ly. DAPPERLING. dd'rela'rks. DANKISH. n. rageoufly. dank. DARKEN. to in ad. f. DAPPER. to cowardice. dall/. To darken. dap'-pui-l'ngvarious cowith Marked lours. opakcnefs .pcrilloufly. daflicd. da'te. DARKSOME.continuance da'te. To have Dared. the thingfliouldbe done j or duration. throughwater DASH. DARLING.v. Dandrn-je-ruf-nls. the . Somewhat a. with dejeiSl a.blow. DANGLER. Gloomy. by fuddenly. DART. to To dart'. Hazard di'n-jg-ruf-ly. the emit. f. DARE. Favourite.

. da'-lite. DEACONSHIP.f. pointed commemoration vegetation . de'kn-n^s. DEACON. One that works day. a.f. to paintcoarfeiy. of penitent d/nt. of the lowcfl order clergy. di'-bok. In a rcfcm- manner concilably. DAUGHTER. DATELESS. an appointedor fixed time . . The lightof f. DEAD-DOING. light. f. A da'-brck. DAWN. DAYTIME. To a. DAUBER. da'-zyd. light. D. The there is light. fpiritlefs bird. . ded'-nls.dull. da'-bur. DEAD.D DAY da'te-l!s. or certainty di'-bed. DAYWORK. The of name da''n. da'-tiv. f. f. fenfation . That ded'-rck-nlng. of the DEAF. which the feamen make conjecture where a count is. DAWN. implacably. fonie- the flatter thinggaudilyor oftentatioufly . of warmth or dcf'.i dignityof a DEACONRY. The time between the f. ded'-ly. empty. dawn. begin- . DAZIED. The da'-fpn'ng. promifesof luftre. TLE. day . deprived! .to lay on thing adliefive. battle . Fear- To da'. ada. Wanting the fcnfeof hearing . The in off- female poetry. DAW. a. The office or de'kn-fn'p. da'-by. f. ad. any fixed Without term. oppofedto given. DAUNTLESS. v. da'-la'-bur. DAYBOOK. or woman . jected. iwii appearance of day. day. a light. DAYSPRING. DAYLABOURER. i^Loctl.without DA YBED. exigence. DAUNTLESSNES. the dawn. To DAZZLE. the dead Dj- . ning.'W.daylabour. fmear with To a. D. or fpiritlefs. as oppofedto depriveof any make mifchlevous. da'-time. f.4. vapid. DEAD-RECKONING. by the day. v. DEADLY. taper. To n. DAZZLE. f. a. To be daifies. quors.. not Fearlefs. of the any de- da'nt-l!s. the power lyingunder To firft firftrife.f: Want DEADNESS. f. daz'l. fame or a the af- ded'-nJti. logy. f. da cd begin to grow glimmer obfcurely begin. with of vapidnefs fpirit. da'n. mortal. glutinous. frigid.f. theo- of fin.f. light. d6'kn-ry. a day apimplacable. cfHmation that of the moon.motionlefs lefnefs. DAUB. from continuance. dedeacon. ftruclive. To overpower n. the time from noon f unftiine the t he of DEADLY. a appearance lightand the fun's rife . f. DAYLIGHT. ded'-llft'. Deprivedof fenfelefs. with light. The time between the and rifing . to to givefome faintly.vapid. gloomy. yet j to of life . a. v. DAUBY. kind of force v. Work impofedby day. day to A DAYLILY. dcd'-ly. the In grammar.a. Deftruaive. DATIVE.v. dl'-tur. v. DAYSTAR. .f. to grofsly. the with archangel. a. v/eaknefs of the vital powers lofs of Labour by the DEADNET fame da'-Ia'-bur-ur. a.YBREAK. f. bling the tradcfman's The journal. ded'. part. without ded'n. fpringof fcendant To rifeof the morning ftar. f. by keepingan acflilp place of her way by the log. in of the power noon for fome j ufelefs. da'b. conteft. to fettingof the fun . DAUNT.or ded'-do-ing. DAYLABOUR. uninhabit-. To f. . Hopelefs DEAD-LIFT. any To time The in which night. li- A weed. inanimate . The da-lll'-y.f. overpowered with hefive.f. f. killing. dc'kn. da'-ftar. that A E man a the . Befprinkled daz 1. whom the peifynto fignifies cafe thingis any day. da'nt-lef-nis. To a. DEADEN. Vifcous. . to bed ufcd for idknefs. A female officer church. A coarfc low painter. confelTor. a. da'-wurk. in the ancient to difcourage. 7 f. irremortally . One DEACONE^'SS. with a. fright.

a conteft.hateful. DEAFNESS. word ad. degree a of endearment. The fecond of a di^intary di- proach ap- Executioner. debafing DEBASER. To exclude. detn'-lls. The de'n-^r-y. . to vene inter- perfons. a. of power PES a.v. extlnflioa of life . hearing. darling. preclude. A DEBATAbLE. of a is bl. heard. dc-bu'tc. . de-ba^r. DEATHFUL. to any manner. ait between to behave well . that makes butrailick. detrZ-like. hearing. Full of flaughter. DEAMBULATOrV.to or man DEATH's-DOOR.aching. He that debafes. two or manner ill.unwillingnefs f. to to or give gradually. ad. coitly .f. coiitroverfy T" . DEALBATION. fenfc of founds. f. of theTo deprive a highprice. illin any tranfaciion . to a higher a. of to hear. to have in contend To dertf/. . a. detlf.f. deiiructivc. DEATHWATCH.f. v. the or the firwood. adion de'-lmg. The de'n-fh'p. DEANERY. any thing. grit\ Jaftfenfe obfolctc. d^'l. eter- to tranfacl traffick. f. V. f. aoother^ To To a. murderous. a occfe. To DEBASE. DEAL. Fondnefs. to deal with. Prafticc. obfcurely dcf'-nli. jialtorments. trader DEAN.valuable. Great part. DEALBATE. DEARL. To or To n. of walkingabroad. f. a. Ue-W-bd-la-tur'-v. ous. ofEce and rank de DEBASEMENT. DEBAR. which Scarcit)' dettZ-bed.a -dealsthe cards. A death. Without def'-ly. To whiten. thp makes barrennefs. to To DEAMBULATION. he anotlier. f. quantity. food dear To W^i. . f. de'r-ly. detlr's-do'r. de'l. to Purchafed fcarcity. at To Want of the power of more cards To lefs . a. he that that adulterates. office of the houfe of f. to a"t at cf bufinefs . One DEALER. high price. de-ba'fe. to practice .f. dving.v. to Relating the dc'n. .V. fncfs. detlr'-wotlh. DEAFLY. fad. v. DEALING. to To reduce from lower fiate. tcrcourfe . of mend disjoint. f. f. DEANSHIP. DEBATE. DEATHSMAN. fcarcc Beloved. DEARTICULATE. highprice.f. v. DEAFEN.f. v. To treat great fondnefs the ftateof the dead. dean. of de-biVfc-m^nt. damnation.to deal in.kindnefs. to inft-a gined imanoife. DEATH. in theology. who a ptrfon trafficker. f.v. An To d"-ba'rk. To difcmbark. DEARN. piognofticate a DEBARK. to .the image of mortalityreprefented by a Skeleton . DEATHLESS. DEARTH. The ad to that has do with to or by to which mortal ficknefs. de-al-ba'-fhun. a a dean . a. wood of pines. degrades d^-ba'tc-able. practice detlr^s-man. The flHl. a. dean. -DEARNESS. in- de-am-bu-la'-fliun. iove dc'r-bJa. famine want. to treat . perfons. dO-ba'-fur.fuperftitioudy tinkling death. a. dying.a. To engagedin. meafurcs of J)EAR. heaving. of dealing practice or diftribute cards. del.f. DEATH-BED. f.h d^'r-nls. A Difpurable.-idulteiate. DEATHLIKE. to fink into meann'^fs } to leflenin value by bafe auniix. a^ of walkingabroad. The bed confined dc-ai'-bite. tiires. To after one .Y. . DEAL. of revenue a dean . RefemUingdeath. DEAL.never- treatment . Immortal. well be to to in any do with. a.obfcurely DEAR. de^-lur.difmember. to the ear. v/ith.D of d"iprived E A the power of de r. bleach.headfman. In this The a^ or degrading. deth'-iui. DEARBOUGHT. a quarrel. about j to fcatter. near hangman. deal by. f. difpofeto different To a. a perfonaldifpute. a de-^r-tlk'-u-ldte. To di-f'n. the manner mortality. The cloaths. ufe well ill. r. to throw art da'rn. a. a.

DEBAUCHER. DECADENCY. act of de-ba'tfh-ur. make to con- war. from the ftateof profperity .v. to dl-bi'tfli. v. dS-ba'tfli-ment.f. f. He that owes another account . d^-ben'-tfliur. de-kan'-tur. To controvert. To perfection . That another. DEBILITATE. DECANTER. To a. f. DECEIT. lofe excellence. to de-fc'v. v. DEBENTURE. enfeeble. deb'-ll. fall. a.f.a. ^ de-bcl'-latc. DECAY. DEBATE. languid.ic To DECElVf^.f. f. DEBONAIR. To b*ing inte by ftratagcni. corrupt by lewdnefs .fo as DEBAUCHEE. ftratajem. corruption. DECEITFULLY. deb-6-na're. de-ka'-ur. thingto ail ad. dl-bu'te-ment. Indebted.ad. Fraud. To DEBELLATE. DECAMP. DECACUMINATED. DEBILITATION.fujl DECEITFUL.ablenefs to be deceived.f. to. f. DEBATEMENT. a. DEBTOR. To of acl of off. a. To decay. todiipute.auddc-fc't-ful-y. which one one is any man owes obligedto to to do f. trovertift.v. delude a. DECEASE.departure de-fe'fe. The di-kamp'-ment. To a. " d5-bel'. Elegantly. de-bil'-i-ty. Decay. 1 i i DECEIVER. Conteft. deb-6-na're-ly. lecher. givenby A To acondifputant. dg-bilM-tAte. DEBONAIRLY. det . DEBILE. f. or dc-ka'. DEBT. dc-ka'-den-ly. f. dek'-a-gon. tice DEBAUCHERY. Feeble. deb-O-ilie'.a cheat. to dl-kan-ta'-fliin.civil. Fr. others to or intemperance One duces re- who decanting. The DECANTATION. f. to da- life. aft of weakening.DEB de-bA'i DEBATE. a. well bred. da-bi'te-fal DEBATEFUL. DECALOGUE. note. artifice. To a. fide of Decline fumption. controverfy. deceive. v. f. The by which a to faint. To de-fe'fe. de-ba'tih. geometry. 5 To quer. that contains the lewdnefs. conThat which caufd frooj Death. nefs. DECAPITATE. of deceit. f. contcft. DECEIVABLE. behead.f. fliifting de-kant'. A plainfigure in DECAGON. cut Having dek'-.v. a A drunkard. the top da-ba'te. glafsveiTll A after it has been liquor ofi-' clear. Fraudulent. di-fe'v-abl.v. life. The To debauchingor vitiating. DECA^TR. to ten off. To du-ka-ku'-ml-ni-tlJ. det'-tir. Tendency de-le't-ful-nls. one book. t^at which fuftcr.f. f. gently. Subjecl expofedto impofture. The fum of ten. To DEBEL. camp.l'-{hin. The pracde-bi'tfli-C-ry. in overcoms. DECEIVABLENESS. DECADE. DECANT. feebleDEBILITY. of conquering in war. n. f. . decline. DECAY. DEBAUCHMENT. f. Quarrel contentious.lewdnefs. pour off leave the fediment behind. declenfion from DEBELLATION. poured To de-kap'-'-tate. part. ad.to To DEC de-ka'. A fit of intempeDEBAUCH. f. To lewdnefs. DEBAUCH. f. di-le't-fal.V. To r deliberate: dilpute. v. fliiftthe f. To n. ulently. Lide-f(i'v-abl-n!s.a. to To a. dct'-t!d. To die.a fallacy . DECEITFULNESS. The de-b!l-y-t. excefs. rance. a. The dek'-a-l6g. o.to A writ ad or debt is claimed. cjTour . a. f. DEBTED. move DECAMPMENT. de-ba'-tur. part from f. of God de-kamp'. feme. to fraud. de-fe't. a. DECEASE. Weakiiefs.obliged 7o:ne. d5-be!-la'-fliun. v. Elegant. mandments com- Mofes. to corrupt by intemperance. aft the camp. that owes money .f. DEBATER. f.

To counv. appealing practice tiie paliicns.DEC DEC dl-fe'-vur. de'-tfh. quality " . a. fuitablenefsto character. The DECISIVENESS. de-klaV-ur. Liable a. DECEPTIBLE. v.. de-sf-fer-ur. dek-kla-ma'-fliin. f.fuitab!e. felection a feleclionof every tenth .nnial. de-fep'-tibl.to marli . The floor of on a fhip. The de-ferp'-fliun. pack of each other. to of f. difpu'e. DECIDENCE. de-si'dc. of declaiming . adorn. The de-fcp'-ftiun. a. to the lating Rede-khln/-ma-tur-y. fpeakfet orations. DECLAMATOR.'irni. a. f. Deceitful. DECHARM. a. The des'-sy-dcnfe. DECK. dl-kla'm. propriety. DECISORY. . DECLARATION. Containing power an as fettling terminating any difference. another i"to One that leads dc-{err/-huT. or talcing leficning. in of ten years. de-s^-dar.f. a. oft . One DECLAIMER. claimer. teradt a determine DECK. that which is written in To by explain epithets . One who DECIDER. determination dl-sf-siv. makes proof. de-slzh'-un. an claration dedoubtful in of law. plan"tion or is the 8 the paffions. f. DECEPTORY. DECIPHER. an to f.f. DEC'DE. DECISIVELY. plains DECIPHERER. DECENT. may a. orator. To of or beingdeceived. DECERPT. The ten governors of Rome. n. Capableof dek-kU-r:/-fhun. de-fes'-fliun. ' f. move f. of event. the or of falling beingfiled. d^-fJ'p'-tur-y. to ftamp. to mine deter- decide. DECKER. Dh CESSION. modefty.s. ad. f. to fix the To determine a event quelhonor dck'. DECEPTIBILITY. de''-fen-(^^ of form. a proper difference. to by lot. power of fettling any event. of deceiving. per. tenth foldier ing. Determination of de'-fent.f. an Havingthe power determiningany difference.iin. one overfpread . de-fen'-nyal. for die fpace writings cipher. publication . or To to to DECERPTION. to becomingceremony . A de- an. to dihnchant. DECERPTIBLE. DECEPTION. . means de-sf-slv-nis. That de-fcrp'-tlbl. de-si'-fur-y. fraud . da-fem'-ver-et. dc-ferp't.. hul month The des^-i-mal. . cheat. fit. todreisj piledregularly dek'-kur.des'-Im-ate. of the year. To event. a. ad of off. caufcs To a. To errour. DECEMi^ER. In de'-f^nt-ly. A dreffer. a. who to "difcourfcaddrcffed to the paffions. fomethins. DECEPTIOUS. Propriety punifhevery by ten. v. DECLAMATORY.f. a. be deceived. with fpeeches DECLAMATION. fhewingforth of an action per- gonal . Ealling. ch. a lot of every tenth foldierfor punifhment. A proclamation exaffirmation. take the tenth to Numbered . to unravel. v. de-fip'-t!v. DECEMPEDAL. having the f. f. Lide-fep-tl-bU'-i-ty. DECIMATION. nity dig- and ofRce of the DECENCY. One who exWhat nues contia. DECISION. To dl-s'/-fur. be taken off. DECENNIAL. a. a. DECENTLY. In a conabkncfs to be deceived. DECISIVE. of who DECIDUOUS. Becoming. de-sid'-u-iis. ten feet in Havhig de-fein -pe-dal. To tithe. with manner. de-fJp'-flu'. To harangue. de-sf-slv-ly. dek'-kla-mii-tur. f. To DECLAIM. A departure. of. f. a. ing avviiy.v. f. mark to down in charailers .talcenoff. f. unfold. means clufive manner. DECLARABLE. di-kla'-rabl. a. a ad. cards of deceit. to dek'. A harangue. DECIMAL. aft the ftateof Diminifhed. not a. detcrmiiics intent ad of I'all- determines quarrcK. A tithdef-fy-ma'-fiiun. Havingthe power DECEPTIVE.a. Able z. f. f. DECEMVIRATE. v. DECIMATE. deceiving. length. of fuitablebehaviour. a. DECEIVER.

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TOufly. de-kre^. ded'-y-ka-tir'-y. DECREPITATION. to a regularconncaed regular chain of confequential propofitions . angles. decree. angles. divine power DEDICATE.to blame time at which a takes man to his bed difeafe.