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A new pocket dictionary of the English and Swedish languages

A new pocket dictionary of the English and Swedish languages

A new pocket dictionary of the English and Swedish

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  • Page 9: Explanation of the Abbreviations. o
  • Page 12 and 13: 2 Abi I)atfa ptofctt. Abider, s. in
  • Page 14 and 15: 4 Ace gctngligfjet, &e(a(tigl)cr. A
  • Page 16 and 17: 6 Act Bf. -ness, ». OflfenttUg tge
  • Page 18 and 19: 8 Adu \ai. -, V, a. fbtcfFjutd, bcf
  • Page 20 and 21: 10 Agi unbetfofning, Bfoetprignnbt.
  • Page 22 and 23: 12 Alt Altercate , v. n. ttnta , tn
  • Page 24 and 25: 14 Anh Ant Anhelose, a. ancirutcn,
  • Page 26 and 27: 16 App Appease J v. a. ti\lfttbi\ii
  • Page 28 and 29: 18 Ari' Aristocrat, s. ntiffofrat.
  • Page 30 and 31: 20 Ass Assentatur, s. fmifftnce. As
  • Page 32 and 33: 22 Att get af fcuftan foe fitaff. A
  • Page 34 and 35: 24 Bad -, V. a. fotvnttn; plaqa, ii
  • Page 36 and 37: 26 Bas Bass, 5. baftiiiottn ; bn«
  • Page 38 and 39: 28 Bef Before, prp. & ad. innan, fo
  • Page 40 and 41: 30 Bes Besom, «. ciuaft. Besort, s
  • Page 42 and 43: 32 Bla flinga, fnifDIflb; mvaitttav
  • Page 44 and 45: 34 Bog (jnfttadfe. [s. \)?nlbfnmOc
  • Page 46 and 47: 36 Bow Bowse, f. a. bi-nsii, haia.
  • Page 48 and 49: 38 Bii Bridge, s. Stygga, bto; na^b
  • Page 50 and 51: 40 Bud Budge, *. Inmflinn. - , a. f
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    42 But Butler, s. faffacntaflnt«,

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    44 Cal - in, fiign upp, infatta, Qt

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    46 Cap teta, goto (uftfptnng. Caper

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    48 Car Carrow, s. fpckte. CaiToway,

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    50 Cau ; : ; t)nrfani()ct. Cavalcad

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    52 Cha tlirfenOet. -,v. a. dt n. er

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    54 Cha Chasm, s. ftyfta, temna , fv

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    56 Chi Cliirurgeon, «. fciU^dt. Ch

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    58 Cir Circumambulate, V. «. gn,

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    60 CI a . Claw , s. f (0 , rnm , tn

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    62 Clu Cluck, u. n. H\x$a, fftoia f

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    64 Cog Cogitable, o. tanfbar. Cogit

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    66 Col 3. I)fli!f)of (oit). -'s-too

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    68 Com rritt titt ftffmanningsbtte;

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    70 Com qa I'offc , tjOV'fegning , f

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    72 Con Conchoid, «. fpitnlfini?. C

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    74 Con Confine,*', a. 6t n. teinga,

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    76 Cen Connotation, a. foljt), flut

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    78 Con fntta ; utinggn, l\)ta, f ot

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    80 Con trifta ; vcterldgga. Controv

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    82 Cop Copperas, s. t>itrio[. Coppe

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    84 Cos : ; : Cosmical, a. IjbianDe

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    86 Cov main, s. fott^ligt fyffonbnt

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    88 Cre I I Creephole, ». gbinftna*

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    90 Cru C)t9ml)tt, omenfftigfjet. Cu

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    92 Cur ; . Diner, fijrfe at(li(f ;

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    94 Dat Date, s. tntuiii; forivnvelf

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    96 Dec Declinatory, o. uncyifante,

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    98 Deg Deglutlnate, f . a. upplofa

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    100 Den Denegate, v. a. mta, fotncf

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    102 Der ; : ; Derogarive, a. ffaban

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    104 Det oritcing, ffnba. Determent,

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    106 Die Dichotomy, «. tbeetna^ inb

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    108 Dio vanta ; fjunfo ; - into , o

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    110 Dis Discomfit, s. ntBetJog. -,

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    112 Dis Disgarnisli, v. a. blotta e

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    114 Dis Diapert, v. a. utb((a, brio

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    116 Dis Dissolvible, a. Inttfui.iil

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    118 Do taga. - on, vnffltta, Vftfla

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    120 Dot Dot, 3. punft, UStn. -, i>.

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    122 Dra fintoupp; ofierfno, nfmSln;

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    124 Dm Drumly, ad. gyirjig. t«rb3r

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    126 Eag Eagle, s. 6tn. -eyeil, -sig

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    128 Eff Effervesce, v. n. jrifn, fj

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    130 Elongate, i Elo fnn fig. [fnnnf

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    132 Enip Empress, s. fejfactnna. Em

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    134 Eng Engine, s. mad)in, infituii

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    136 Enu Enucleation, a. foc((ariitg

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    138 Ero Erogate, v. a. itdnfa. Erog

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    140 Eve tonvffldit. -tide, a. nfton

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    142 Exclude , « Exc ut(Iuta; f(nan

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    144 Exp iitfiirligen nf^nncia eit r

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    146 Ext Eye (Torfnnnbe, uppf)btnn6

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    148 Fad ; : ; Fading, s. titotneO.

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    150 Fas Fashion, s. fott, ffapnat ;

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    152 Fel tii«B[em. -mlniBter, *. tm

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    154 Fie iiiotlTalf. -officer, s. ft

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    156 Fir fnfH)«t, f}abig()et, 1tan6

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    158 Fla Flatulency, s. pnbetfiinn^e

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    160 Flo ; Flower, s. bloniuin, blom

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    162 Foo Infej, fc«tj«nt; «tt fla

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    164 For teta, fpo. -er, j. fpanmn,

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    166 Fra ; Fragile, a. btailig, i!i5

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    168 Fro Frog, 3. gtcbn; ftofan i en

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    170 Fun Funny, a. ffnnitfnm, to(ig.

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    172 Gam ffdmtfani, rolig, lufiig. -

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    174 Gen Genesis, «. ffapelfebofm,

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    176 Gir Giraffe, s, gitnff, t(iiiie

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    ; : 178 Glu Glum, a. ^nniifen, fnor

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    180 Gou IrtH; eft«tgifDenO«t. -or

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    182 Gre . j^rnftig; fottrcgen; Onfr

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    184 Gru Grudjfing, s. gvoll, nfunfe

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    ! 186 Hab Ha m Habitude, s. tonn; f

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    188 Har M;t; fortrttlig; tlaf ; fJt

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    190 Haz Hazel, s. OnffMntit; tiifTe

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    192 Hel fbljt)en(ciu iie t^artn f.i

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    194 Hia tfr flS i ^l)g9«t att annu

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    196 Hog fi?infenfol. -'s-flesh,«.

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    198 Hor -blende, s. l)otnbUnt. -ed,

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    200 Huk Huke, s. wanul. Hulch, s. b

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    202 Hyp Hyperbolize, p. a. ^n.forfl

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    204 Ima Image, «. bilb, btliitt; l

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    2U6 Imp Impeccability, «. ofdturog

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    208 Imp : ; : Impropriator, s. Iffm

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    210 Inc Incidental, a. tillfoaig. I

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    212 Inc Incroach, v. n. gbta intton

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    214 Ind Indoctrinate, f . a. [ota.

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    216 Inf Inflnential, a. tttfanbe, i

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    218 Inn Innneudo, s. uinf, vnfefnin

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    220 Ins na; unbemfa. -, »• fijto

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    222 Int Interlude, s. iiteffanfpef.

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    224 Inu Inure, v. a. &n. (to) cnnja

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    226 Irr Irruprion, s. ftentiligt in

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    228 Joe ^dflptanglate, beCtogntc. -

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    230 Kal Ijnffn; ffijtn, cnftn; ni;t

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    232 Kna Lab Knavish, a. fTolmff ; b

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    234 Lan btab, --wool, a. Imiiua; en

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    236 Lat ad. fieflnnbigt. -nes8 , *.

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    238 Lea -ed, a. latb, etfaten. -er,

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    240 Let Lethe, *. Sett; flloiiifffl

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    242 Lik -lihood, -linesB, s. (iflig

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    244 Liv (iflii^. -lihood, s. noting

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    246 Loo fiinnS, fiffl fig Inngt bct

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    248 Lum bevt^fe'f foui mot \>if t b

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    250 Mag ; ; : Magazine, s. ningafin

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    252 Mai -ster, i. mattntf, iiiottfi

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    254 Mar tig. -'s-tail, s. Ijafifsja

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    256 Mas fcien, jiii;ntbirePtbt. - o

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    258 Mea a. miitatt ; (nnbtnio'rnrt.

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    260 Mer hotitel. -, V. a. ()ont>[n,

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    262 Mid Midway , s. Ijalfva va^m ;

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    264 Mir ; . : jnngtittet. -stone, 3

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    266 Mis -ment, s. cnnffnvtigtet. Mi

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    268 Mom Mome, «. vunbl)ufi>ub. Mom

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    270 Mor Morigerou8,a. I)i>rfniii, t

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    272 Mow Mul Mow, ». fo. V, a. gcuu

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    274 Mur Mnrrey, a. mbtftoS. Murrion

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    276 Nar ttongbtofinb; girig. -heart

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    278 Neg l)an6(a; ntgocieta bott (ot

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    Nom frt'gelfptl. -score, ad. nie go

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    282 Not Notable, a. onfftilig. -nes

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    284 Oas Oasis, 3. cai. Oat, «. Ija

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    286 Occ Occupancy, s. tiCfegnelfe ;

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    288 Omn Omnipercipient, a. fcm f«t

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    290 Ore Orchal, s. t>inflen. Orchan

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    292 Out Outcast, *. Bottfnflning ;

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    294 Ove Overload, v. a. bfvetlofia,

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    296 Pad ; Padelion, s. Sungftu OTat

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    298 Pap ; chee, ». VflV'" m

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    300 Par ParticularaesB, s. noggtann

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    302 Pea fogeWunge. -fowl, -hen,s. p

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    304 Pen Pension, ». venfion, ntlig

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    306 Per Pernambucco-'wood, s. fetnt

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    308 Pha Phannocopoeia, s. latnn em

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    310 Pil ; ; 1)09, uV'vftnvta. -npwo

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    312 Pix Pix, s. ofelataff i fatolff

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    314 Pill fcatet)i)ft>el. -beam, s.

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    316 Pon able, V. a. oogGat. -eral,

  • Page 328 and 329:

    318 Pou Pouch, s. pafe, tn(Fa, cnff

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    320 Pre Prefer, u. a. fotebcnga; gi

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    322 Pre Preterlegal, a. ctoglig. Pr

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    324 Pro ifvon, utga; l\itai ; go fo

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    et, tjenligljet; anfenligljei- Prop

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    328 Pru Prude, s. fcumiuiuKt fom Ha

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    330 Pur Purgative, «. purgctsuttbe

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    332 Qua Quadrupedal, a. fytfcrab. Q

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    334 Qui fria; ofPetgifva; flftrnfca

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    , Raree-show, 336 Rap Rapier, a. vo

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    338 Rec Recall, 3. ntftfoITelfe. -

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    340 Red Redemption, s. aietloSning.

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    342 Reh Rehabilitate, v. a. «tet i

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    344 Ren mage, fuiltii. - a reason,

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    346 Re Resale, s. otetfbp. Resilien

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    348 Ret minne; injTrnnfning ; fotfr

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    350 Rib Riband, Ribbon, a. fiSenbnn

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    ; 352 Rod Ros -work, s. niutfltbtte

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    354 Row Row, V. n. to. -er, s. tctt

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    356 Rus viiiai pa lanbet ; gora , b

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    358 Sal Salutation, s. I)elsnin9. S

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    360 Sav -ness, ». fniofiigfjft, en

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    362 Sch Schorl, a. flotl. Schreight

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    364 Scu frafttJfngnt pa en fnn. -er

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    flanta. -flower, Sem s. fnte«6(oin

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    368 Seq Sequestrable, a. font lotsr

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    370 Sha Shall, f. def. bota, jTcm.

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    372 Sho Had. -leather, s. fTotriCct

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    874 Sig Significant, a. beteinontt;

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    376 Ski -l)le, a. efiatiQ, i(ilb. -

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    378 Slu iHufif; liten bonna. -, v.

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    380 Soc Society, *. fnHfTap ; uuign

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    382 Sou Souse, ad. fftny; plotSligf

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    384 Spi Spinster, s. fpinmtffa ; cg

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    386 Spy Spy, s. fpjen. -, v. n. da.

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    388 Sta ; -stone, 3. jljernfren. -w

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    3d0 Sto Stoccade, s. oinoflrfcning

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    392 Str -ful, a. ftribig; trotgitig

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    394 Sub SuTj quadruple, a. fjnbtbcW

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    396 Sun neSergnng ; V'fftft. -shine

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    398 Sus ; ; : Snscitation, s. uvpvi

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    400 Syn Syntax, s. fijntajen; fi^ft

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    4U2 Tea -kettle, 3. ftfntir. -leaf,

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    404 Tes Testimony, a. vnttnefit'otb

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    406 Thr fpnrfra. - away, rtnfn ; fo

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    408 Tit Titter, «. ftfiiitigt ffra

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    410 Tra Trachyte, *. tt

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    412 Tre Treasure, «. ffatt ; rifet

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    414 Tro Tropological, a. fgutlig, f

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    Two tflre i »« fniigcrfe. -pike,

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    418 Una Unacknowledged, a. o«rfan^

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    420 line Unclench, v. a. ofpna fnyt

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    422 Und Undervalue, s. vinnpri« :

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    424 Unf Unfurl, V. a. ulOte^n, eppn

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    426 Unl Unless, c. cin itfe, fa fco

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    428 Unp TJnpi'oportionate, «. (to)

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    430 Uns UnstaLility, .s. oflnbigfie

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    432 Urg Urgent, a. nngeliigen, fntt

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    434 Vel Vclllcate, f. a. fnipn ; I'

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    436 Vib Vibrable, a. fooiigbat. Vib

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    438 Vixen, t Vix I. ttfirn, Qtdia.

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    ; 440 Wan Wanned, a. btefnnt, ucOUf

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    442 Wed Wedge, ». figg, fil; uiflf

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    444 Who Whortleberry, s. blabnr. Wh

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    446 Worn qrinnofijn ; ftuntiniten.

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    448 Wre . ; : (it rtiCft; Pfita, to

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    450 You You, pr. 3, e^«t; ^w• Yo

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    452 Bil Bill, Billy, f. WilUam, Bla

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    454 Gra Gracy, s. ©ratio, /. Grave

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    456 Nal Nal, «. Stconctn,/. Nam, f

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    458 Tou Tonrnay, «. I^ecnitf. Trac

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    nbhe.Ui'i'it.m. abbot. - Mbbe&ifffl

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    JlffOflUfl) V, a. to form, to mould

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    lifl Kff l4fli5fa, v. a. to alsolve

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    3tffpt2ng> n. leap. got4 ett -, to

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    get - em 0^ > the ship riding aster

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    liouiid ; (fPAtt) Llack horehoiuid.

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    Knf Jlnflgtsirag, n. feature, -fatg

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    o%v. -betllfPyttj nt; crossbowman.

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    m. hindpaw. -tiHj ad. tackward. - U

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    23eb , Utitiftj'"- achievemeBt, dee

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    t, a. due, just, fit, proper, com-

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    ! to Se a. convenient, opportune, s

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    23ef arraign, to blaroe. - ScfF^Bnt

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    Setat) m.pl. corner-teeth, dog's te

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    carving, figures carved. — fl , f

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    mi left, to remain. - titt intet? t

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    ^0 ^Of 493 softness, -n*) *"• n.

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    25 ov -ftona, /. civil crown, -tdtt

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    sherifT. -ntAldbomfloI) m. criminal

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    liigh ; to bridge up ; to swell. ^U

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    25flra titt -, to be a native of. -

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    Com dompapj m. compass. -t09 ctt. -

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    J)efan«t, m. deanry. 3Den«merfl,

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    250C Ha ) V. n. to game immoderatel

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    lie. -upp) to start, to put up, to

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    • money. diviug-bell. -telon, /.

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    iCft intelligeuce, direction, patte

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    StnVitninSf m. unicorn. iCntg) a. u

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    ought to bed. - iftatl, to fall awa

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    ^cm ^io 519 inislake in writing, ta

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    ^lu 521 ^la&bctt n. futility. patch

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    ctt -> to slight. -«, V. 11. to mo

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    1th tlie face downwards. -(t^Se, n.

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    a. fruitful, prolific, genetfltive.

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    ^uflanbflj f. a. to finish, to comp

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    field-dispensary. -apotldatey m. fi

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    i I ^Srarm, m. forepart of the arm.

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    go eH. rim before. - 5otelop«te^ m

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    Sot S'iti)Vittl&y V. a. to spoil, t

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    5crnuk, v. a. to mentiou. -ttj/. in

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    3ov away. - 55tfIC9nitl0 > /• dis

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    ^01- lig, a. irksome, offensive, en

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    0«. old; aged; ancient; stale. (Be

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    plain, bet get fig t>ai, it wiU all

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    (Bob to Le able to do a thing. 04 i

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    Ikymtfli V. n. to grunt. a, /. gras

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    Cr, to go over, to pass over ; to d

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    (Sov self ; to feign ; to get, to m

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    -fFvJfta, /. swingleliand. -fpofC)

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    ; '6el ^et- 559 ^lUity entirely qui

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    ^it Sit id. liiUier. font -, come t

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    -^onti m. whoredom, fornication. -]

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    *5uf ad. how. - t>a? how then? .0?

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    J5a!.-.I.o!hoa! ^Af , , /. sack of

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    less by lialf. -ftl meta, lialf as

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    '6of lieuteiiaut of a country. -&om

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    30C II, ad. agaiu; on the other han

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    3nj pnjagiXj f. a. to drive into. i

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    3nf JnflumtHj f . n. to fall asleep

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    ((Sonfonont.) 3,/>r. ye, you. JHy a

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    0«m 3val 581 equally, even, consta

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    Bapottj a. capot. Bapp y i -) ad. f

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    -igheUf. delicacy, niceness, diffic

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    my BIyft> to go down the ind. Bneft

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    lol. -A ffiffe, to make coffee. -«

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    street. -gCpHC) n. lialberd. -gSng)

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    hooknose. -Cy0fli0) a. crookLacked,

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    :ruI BuniB) a- dodded, without horn

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    insensibility, -fatttj a. sensible,

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    £ a. contrary to law. -foEning, /.

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    farewell! lefpeBonuttgen! God save

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    nism. -tyiig) a. syuoiiymous. -ty=

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    iZ-of £un 605 worthy. -P«) V. a.

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    sparkle. - eftet) to look for witli

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    . nage ; -. a. to bend, ti _ cftet,

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    ulled. -lifpab, a. loose in tody. -

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    maf ntaf?, OT. worm, caterpillar, -

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    men atenuett, m. menuet. atet, JITe

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    trxi^ moi 617 jOJift, 771. foggy an

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    mud ^VXuiHi *'• "• to mutter, t

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    tttan I. -flafpifl) a. polysyllaLic

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    -vati) m. supper, ben ^eligft UM- P

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    VI un leiy. - UumreriJ) ^^ a. to ma

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    not jfl&eltg, a. not noble, ignoble

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    Pbirt, /. hemlock. (Dbo (Pftalfej a

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    O0U pious. -Jet, / iireligion, impi

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    (Dttlfpattnaj f . a. to span, to fa

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    (ttegelbunben , a. iiTeguIar. -^et

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    I liave uotliiug to do with lier. ;

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    p«p ~>appet, n. paper. -8«rf, n.

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    ptp s lioins. - (pip) -btuf ) n. pi

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    pre ptebif oetnbete,«. the office

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    P«fF pu^, m. puddle, plash ; smack

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    deling a tlie cliest. -Jfvett) n. d

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    5vcf Referent, m. reporter, i JlciT

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    5iif if tig, a. just, right, true,

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    3ium iparlment; T. the hold ; passa

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    i cowardly. 5i«b friglit, fearfuln

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    -Smi, girtli. f. -fnapv> '"• tlic

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    gonte) a. hanging together, coheren

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    Sdxx |5d)Alottertlof) m. scallion,

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    Big , @ttt,/»r. one's self, himsel

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    sluggard, -jljctnernfl , /. pi. the

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    V. a. to entreiicli, to fortify. if

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    Sfj Sfo 669 tJnusl from oue's self.

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    —Peplw > f. n. to exchange •wri

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    sfyfrfj n. the brim of a hat. Sfrgt

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    SfotiPftlsfeflel, n. T, main-sail,

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    SlufAj f. o. to swallow, to devour,

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    SI6 even ; flat ; wi-etched , worth

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    Bma painfull, afflicting, tormentin

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    —te, m. sleeper. Sofrel, n. any v

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    Spc —|lcn» 'n steatites, soap-ro

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    Bptsnap; to leap from, -tettjtorun

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    ©ta ©ta 689 etaii y a. - pa rcfa

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    ©te -pAton, n. clioakpear. -riC> a

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    ©to Stolt, a. lofty, hauglify, sta

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    ©tu till) to strike, to hit. - up^

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    « oman. -as, v. d. -m pib, to abom

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    i round.- eta shut up, to Lolt befo

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    T. dogstopper ; gooseneck. SrAttp,

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    swear to a thing. - jlfl tneil > to

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    Cf - ?>Knb) from good hands, -t, ad

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    Sot- 6ot})I«j *>. a. &: n. to sup,

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    pe tlai - cm crii to lessen one in

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    speckle. - ^tgrftilig , /. specklin

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    Zil iel\< 1 *EiQtffiling > /. prepa

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    Cjo cirtg, /. service, -^jort, n. s

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    (tTcapp) -lutfet, f. pi. T. ladderw

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    -t J ad. safely , seriously, witli

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    Zui city -gate, -febel , m. certifi

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    Zva double letter. -(Iflfpig, a. ha

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    nitlQi m. money to live on. - 'Catf

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    Urtb pawn, pledge, gage. -(jPift*)

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    Uppforfrtfl) f. a. to up. UppfCtfa>

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    improver. - UppobIttt0> /• tillin

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    evolt. -tC) m. mutineer. - Up|)t

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    Ute UWytJa) f. n. to fly out. Utffy

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    lltm spent, Iiarassed, weakened. il

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    Utt Utfoft) a. exquisite, select, c

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    Val fall^aD) n. the elysium of the

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    X>at -iab, n. bain, bath, -bajjge,

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    X>ev worldly, profane, temporal, la

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    Vii ViHi a, mad ; angry. ViUnvaUA)

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    Vit ewtj to bear witness of a thing

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    Vav V^tii m. ward, care, inspection

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    powerfully, niiglitily. powerful, m

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    JJIfl, V. n. to howl. of one's sens

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    JdajtgA) V- a. to impose, to enjoin

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    7(t^ JttlfcaftXJj /. fool-stones, f

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    JlnBttfm. grub, wornil, tick; maggo

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    (biv 6ft3 chief. -gepaC)«. muskets

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    overvoting. -fe, f. a. to overlook;

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    pa SpenfPe cdj CnpclfVe SopuAmn, o

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    ma0 JUagbalcilA, Magdaleu, /. ntarg

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    JDiipclbocfj Dusseldorp. DoSa l>afv

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    teb XtebetlanbetnAi pi. Low Countri

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