Collot's French-English and English-French Dictionary; Composed from the Standard Dictionaries of the French and English Languages and from Various Dictionaries and Works of Science, Literature, Arts, Etc.; Containing Definitions of

Collot's French-English and English-French Dictionary; Composed from the Standard Dictionaries of the French and English Languages and from Various Dictionaries and Works of Science, Literature, Arts, Etc.; Containing Definitions of

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...stupidity, simplicity, foolishness, folly. IMBELLIQUEU-X, SE, adj. unwnrlike. IMBERBE, ad)'. beardless, without a beard. IMBIBER, va. to drench, to soak; to steep. s'Imn1ssn, vr. to imbibe, to be soaked or; drenched with, to soak.' IMBIBE, E, ad)'. soaked, drenched; steeped. IMBIBl'l'ION, sf. act of imbibing, imbibition. IMBIFFE, E, ad)'. unerased. IMBLKMABLE, lldj-l1IJl)lfllI1!1.blB. IMBLESSE, E, adj. unhurt. IMBRIAQUE, s. M)'. drunkard; intoxicated, t1 s. pl1yiBRICATA, sf. a bivalvular shell. IMBRICATION, sf. concave indenture, like' that of tiles, imbrication. IMBRIFIJGE, adj. water-proof. IMBRICE, E, adj. (of tiles) concave, crooked, ' imbricated. IMBBIM in-brin, am. an aquatic bird, loon. IMBROGLIO in-bro-lio, l.IBROUlLLE, ' cm. imbrpglio, confusion, intricacy. IMBRULABLE, adj'. unburnable, that will not burn. IMBRilLE, E, adj. unburnt. IMBU, E, adj. imbued, tinctured, possessed with. IMITABLE, adj. that may be imitated, imitable. IMITAT-EUR, RICE, r. imitator, follower; copyist. Imrrar-sun, arcs, adj. aiming at resemblance, imitative. IMITATI-F, VE, ad)'. imitative; mimic. IMITATION, sf. act of making the simililude of any thing, imitation. IA L'IM1'r.A'r1oa on, prep. in imitation of. IMITER, va. to imitate, to copy, to emulate; to mimic, to counterfeit. IMMAGULYI E, im-ma, adj. immaculate, spotless, unspotted. IllMANEN'l', E, im-ma, adj. log. immanent, inherent. IMMANGEABLE im-man-jabl, adj. that can; not be eaten. I' IMMANQUABLE im-man, adj. infallible, cer tain, that cannot fail., IMMANQUABLEMENT im-man, adv. infalli, ' bly, certainly, without fail. I1lilAltCESSBLE im-mar, adj. immarcesci, ble, never-fading. IMMATERIALISME im-ma, am. the...show more

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  • Paperback | 362 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 19mm | 644g
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236890507
  • 9781236890504