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An English-Irish dictionary : intended for the use of stuents of the ...

An English-Irish dictionary : intended for the use of stuents of the

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  • Page 10 and 11: ABL ( 2 ) ABO Abhor, V. a. ^pdimg,
  • Page 12 and 13: ABS ( 4 ) ABU Absonant, 1^^ iTiíp
  • Page 14 and 15: ACC ( 6 ) AC II Accomplished, part.
  • Page 16 and 17: ADE ( 8 ) AD J Adamant, s. aOanicmr
  • Page 18 and 19: ADV ( 10 ) AER Advance, v. a. capp
  • Page 20 and 21: AGE ( 12 ) AGN Afield, adv. aip mdg
  • Page 22 and 23: ALL ( H ) ALL Alehouse, s. cig lean
  • Page 24 and 25: AMB ( 1(3 ) AME Amability, s. bpeag
  • Page 26 and 27: ANC ( 18 ) ANCt Analogical, a. copm
  • Page 28 and 29: ANT ( 20 ) ANT Annunciate, v.a. aic
  • Page 30 and 31: APP ( 22 ) APP Apoplectical, ^ ^ '
  • Page 32 and 33: ARB ( 24 ) ARC April, 5. abpdn, Apr
  • Page 34 and 35: ARK ( 2G ) A R T Armistice, s. pcao
  • Page 36 and 37: ASS ( '^8 ) ASS -Aspectable, adj. a
  • Page 38 and 39: ATO ( 30 ) A T T Astriction, s. cpa
  • Page 40 and 41: AVO ( 32 ) AUT Avert, I', a. lompoi
  • Page 42 and 43: BAG ( 34 ) B A I) Ban, V. n. meiol,
  • Page 44 and 45: BAN ( 36 ) BAR Band, v. a. ceangail
  • Page 46 and 47: BE ( 38 ) BE A Bath, s. palcaft, po
  • Page 48 and 49: BEH ( 40 ) BEL Beforetime, adv. poi
  • Page 50 and 51: BE W ( 42 ) BIL Bestower, s. byioTi
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    BLE ( 44 ) BLI Blank, s. pollamact)

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    BOL ( 46 ) BOO Boastful, adj. blao

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    BRA ( 48 ) BRE Boyish, adj. Ó5,^le

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    BRO ( 50 ) BUG Brink, s. byiuac, po

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    CAB ( 52 ) CAD Burst, s. pléap5, b

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    CAP ( 54 ) CAP Cancerate, v. n. ocp

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    CAS ( 56 ) CA V Cartvvright, s. pao

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    CHA ( 58 ) CHA Cerated, adj. céipe

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    CHE ( (30 ) CHI Chastisement, s. pi

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    CH Y ( 62 ) CIR Chronicler, s. eacb

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    CLE ( 64 ) CLE Clap, V. a. buail, 5

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    COA ( GQ ) COE Cloyment, s. pdpaó,

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    COL ( 68 ) COM Coldly, adv. 50 pii

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    C M ( 70 ) COM Commit, V. a. cabaip

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    COM ( 72 ) CON Complicate, v. a. pi

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    CON ( T4 ) CON Concremation, s. ó

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    CON ( 76 ) CON Congeal, v. a. peoi6

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    CON ( 78 ) CON Constable, s. maop,

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    CON ( 80 ) CON Contradictory, adj.

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    COR ( 82 ) COR Coral, 5. Cjioibéal

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    cou ( 84 ) COW Counter, s. t)poc-ai

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    CRI ( 86 ) CEO Creator, s. cpuéuig

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    CUR CUS Culpability, s. coipeamlact

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    DAT ( 90 ) DEA Dance, v. n. a. baii

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    DEC ( 92 ) DED Decimate, v. a. tiea

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    DEL ( 94 ) DEM Deign, V. n. aoncuig

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    DER ( 96 ) DES Deprecate, v. a. acc

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    DET ( 98 ) DE V Destructive, adj.ml

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    DIG ( 100) DIL Diet, V. a. beaéni$

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    DIS ( 102) DIS Disagreement, s. t)i

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    DIS ( 104 ) DIS Disengage, v. a. pu

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    DIS ( 106 ) DIS Disqualify, v. a. T

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    DIV ( 108 ) DOG Disusage,1 _ Tieaii

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    DR A ( no ) DEE Dough, s. caop. Dou

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    DUN ( 112 ) DYS Ductility, s. yiigi

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    EDI ( 114 ) EFF Ecclesiastick, s. s

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    ELS ( H6 ) EMB Element, s. ceabpdo,

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    ENA ( 118 ) ENC Empiric, s. cuapcui

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    ENO ( 120 ) ENT Enhancement, s. nie

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    EQU ( 122 ) ERR Epoch, s. cean aimp

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    EVE ( 124 ) EUN Ethics, s. inóó-e

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    EXC ( 126 ) EXH Exchanger, s. tnala

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    EXP ( 128 ) EXS Experimental, adj.

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    FAC ( 130 ) FAG Exulceratory, adj.

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    FAN ( 132 ) FAS Familiar, adj. gnac

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    FEE ( 134 ) FEN Fear, v. a. see Dre

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    FIL ( 136 ) FIN Fidelity, í.'bílp

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    FLA ( 138 ) FLE Flaccidity,s.lai5e,

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    FOG ( HO ) FOO Flue, s. i^eimileup,

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    FOR ( H2 ) FOR Foreigner, s. beojui

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    FRA ( 144 ) FRA Foundation, s. pon

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    FRO ( 146 ) FUG FÍigdness, } ' P"

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    GAI ( 148 ) GAL Futile, adj. caince

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    G E M ( 150 ) GE GauJery, s. see Fi

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    GIR ( 152 ) GL A Giddily, ado. 50 n

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    GOD ( 154 ) GOR Gnat, s. Tniolcog,

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    Grapple, GRA ( 156 ) GRE .

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    GRU ( 158 ) GUI Ground, s. calarii,

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    HAL ( 160 ) HAM Hackle, s. caicpcia

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    HAR ( 162 ) HAR Hard, adj. cpuaió,

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    HE A ( 164 ) H E A Hazardously, adv

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    HER ( 166 ) HER Helmed, adj. clogab

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    HO A ( 168 ) HOL Hint, s. puipnéip

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    HOR ( 170 ) HOU Hopefulness, s. mii

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    HUK ( n2 ) HYD Humorist, s. peap pu

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    JE J ( 174 ) JIG Ice-house, s. ci5-

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    I MM ( 176 ) IMM Imbecility, s. lai

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    IMP ( 178 ) I MP Imperceptibly, adv

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    IN A ( 180 ) INC Impunity, s. neiri

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    INC ( 182 ) NC Incompetency, s. nea

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    IND ( 184 ) IND Indelibly, adv. 50

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    INE ( K^G ) INF Ineptitude, s. neam

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    I N II ( 188 ) INI Ingeminate, v. a

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    INS ( m Inopportune, adj. ancpdcac,

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    INS ( 192 ) INT Instigation, s. pp

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    INT ( 194 ) NT Interlard, v. a. blo

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    IN V ( 196 ) INV Introspection, s.

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    IRE ( 198 ) 1 RR Joll, V. a. a&apci

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    JUM ( 200 ) JUS Itself, pron. é pe

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    KIN ( 202 ) KNA Kick, s. ppeac, |ia

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    LAC ( 204 ) LAD La, interj, peu6, b

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    LAP ( 206 ) LAS Languaged, adj. ilc

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    LEA ( 208 ) LEG Laxity, I ^_ pxaoil

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    LET ( 210 ) LI B Lenity, s. caoine,

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    LIK ( Í^12 ) LIN Light, s. polup,

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    LOA ( 214 ) LOI Little, s. beagdn,

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    LUB ( 216 ) L U M Lovemonger, s. y^

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    MAG ( 218 ) MAG Macerate, t'. a. ca

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    MAN ( 220 ) MAN Malignant, adj. nat

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    U A R ( 222 ) MAS Market, s. mapgao

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    MED ( 224 ) MEE INIeal, s. inin. be

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    MER ( 226 ) M E T Mentally, adv. 'p

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    MIN ( 228 ) MIX Militia, s. fluag c

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    MIS ( 230 ) M I S Misdemeanor, s. m

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    MOM ( 232 ) MON Modifiable, adj. lo

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    Morion, 5. clo^cit). MOS ( 234 ) MO

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    Muggy, j '' ^ ' MUL ( 236 ) MUR Mug

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    NAR ( 238 ) NAT Mysterious, adj. fe

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    NEI ( 240 ) NEW Needful, adj. piact

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    NOL ( ^^2 ) NOO Is'obilitate, v. a.

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    NUM ( 244 ) NUR Nourishment, s. bia

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    OBS ( 246 ) OBS Obliger, s. éi5ni

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    ODO ( 248 ) OFF Occurrent, adj. rea

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    UP? ( 250 ) OEB Opeuhearted, culj.

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    OVE ( 252 ) OVE Ossification, s. cn

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    I' ( -^54 ) PAL Pabular, adj. bia&r

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    PAR ( 256 ) PAR Paragraph, 5, poifi

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    PAT ( 258 ) P A W Paste, V. a. cean

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    PEN ( 260 ) PEN Peer, s. Tnacpaifiu

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    PER ( 262 ) PER Perforate, v. a. se

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    PET ( 264 ) PHI Perturb, 1 , . , ,

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    PIQ ( 266 ) P I T Pillar, 6\ peilei

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    PLI ( 268 ) PLU Playful, cuJj. meip

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    POM ( 270 ) POP Politician, s. cúp

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    POW ( 272 ) PR A Pot, V. a. cuip a

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    PRE ( 274 ) PRE Predominant, acT;'.

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    PRI ( '^T6 ) PRO Primacy, s. ppíoi

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    PRO ( 278 ) PRO Project, V. a. cni]

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    PRY ( 280 ) PUK Provide, v. a. pald

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    QUA ( 282 ) QUA Purr, v.a.cpóndiui

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    R AC ( 284 ) RAG i ] Quill, s. clei

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    K A T ( 286 ) K AV Rnpaciousness, 1

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    REC ( 288 ) REC Recant, v. a. t)itj

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    IIEF ( 290 ) REF Redoubted, adj. ca

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    REL ( 292 ) REM Rejudge, v. a. aié

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    11 E P ( 294 ) REP Repercussion, s.

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    RES ( 296 ) RES Resolute, «6?;. bd

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    REU ( 298 ) RID Reverberation, caic

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    KOC ( 300 ) KOP Risk, s. see Danger

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    RUN ( 302 ) RYE Ruflian, A popaipe,

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    SAL ( 304 ) SAN sSiSess, } liiapéa

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    SCA ( 306 ) SCA Saver, s. copnaigé

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    SCR ( 308 ) scu Scoundrel, 5. poglu

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    SEE ( 310 ) SEM Sedan, s. caéaoip,

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    SE V ( 312 ) SHA Serous, adj. canui

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    SHI ( 314 ) SHO Shelfy, adj. caipge

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    SIL ( 316 ) SIN Sigh, V. n. OfTiaig

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    SLA ( 318 ) SLI Skip, V. n. léiiTi

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    SMU ( 320 ) SNO Smartly, adv. 50 ca

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    SOM ( 322 ) SOP Solemnization, s. s

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    SPE ( 324 ) SPH Spangle, 5. bealpao

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    SPO ( 326 ) SPU Spoil, 5. loc, cpea

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    STA ( 328 ) STA Stagnancy, s. pui6c

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    ST I ( 330 ) STO Sternon, s. cndiii

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    STE ( 332 ) STR Strangely, adv. 50

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    SUB ( 334 ) SUB Subaltern, s. ioct)

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    SUN ( 336 ) SUP Suitor, s. lapíiii

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    SUR ( 338 ) SWA Surface, s. leaca,

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    TAB ( 340 ) TAC Symbolically, adv.

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    TAT ( 342 ) TEA Tardiness, s. Tnail

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    TEN ( 344 ) TER Tend, v, a. n. pai]

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    THI ( 346 ) THO Thenceforth, adv. 6

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    TIG ( 348 ) TIN Thunder, v. a. cói

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    TOR ( 350 ) TEA Toothless, adj. Tii

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    TEA ( 352 ) TRE Transiently, adv. 5

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    TRI ( 354 ) TRU Trigonometry, 5. co

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    T W A ( 356 ) TWI Turbulent, adj. T

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    VAN ( 358 ) VAS Valiant, adj. cpoga

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    VER ( 360 ) VES Venter, s. cuap, bp

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    VIO ( 362 ) VIS Vilifier, s. aicipe

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    UNB ( 3G4 ) UNC Unanimity, 5. aonba

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    UND ( 366 ) UNF Underminer, s. paoi

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    UNL ( 368 ) UNP Unintelligent, aíZ

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    UNS ( 370 ) UNT Unruly, adj. am-fpi

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    UPB ( 372 ) US Volunteer, s. f aigb

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    WAL ( 374 ) WAR Waggishness, s. cle

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    WAY ( 376 ) WEA Watchword, s. ciall

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    WHI ( 378 ) WH Wheelright, s. poicl

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    WIN ( 380 ) WIT Will, s. coil, Tina

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    wou ( 382 ) WRI Work, s. obai]i, 51

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    ZEP ( 384 ) ZOO Yerk, v. a. speat),

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