Donohue's Standard New Century Dictionary of the English Language

Donohue's Standard New Century Dictionary of the English Language

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...or inn of court. SBarcdataus, man-da'nius, n A writ requiring a person, corporation, or inferior court to do some specified act. Mandarin, man-da-ren', n A Chinese public official; the court-language of China. Mandatary, Mandatory, man'da-ta-ri. man'da-to-ri, n. One to whom a mandate is riven. authority to act for a person Mandate, man'dat, n. A command; written Mandatory, man'da-to-ri, a. Containing a command; preceptive; directory. Mandible, man'di-bL n. An animal's jaw Mandibular, man-oWu-ler, a. Belonging to the mandible or jaw. Mandoline, Mandolin, raan'do-lin, n. A musical instrument of the guitar kind. Mandrake, man'drak, n, A narcotic plant with large thick roots. Mandrel, Mandril, man'drel, mao'dril, n. A bar or spindle, used variously. Mandrill, man'dril, n. The great blue-faced or rib-nosed baboon. Manducate. roan'dOk-at, vt To chew. Mandncallon, man-dQk-a'shon, n The act of chewing or eating. (a horse, lion, &c. Mane, man, n. The long hair on the neck of Manege, ma-nazb n. Horsemanship; a school for horsemanship. Mancqnln, Manikin, man'i-kin, n. An artist's model of wood or wax. Manes, ma'nez, n.pl. Among the Romans the souls or shades of the dead. Manful, man'ful, a. Having the spirit of a man; bold; honourable; energetic Manfully, man'ful-li, adv. Courageously. Maneancse, man-gan-eV, -n. A metal resembling iron. Manganlte, man'gan-It, %. An ore of manganese, used in the manufacture of glass. Mange, manj, n. A skin disease of horses, cattle, dogs, sc. Mangel-wurzel, mang'gl-wer'sd, -. A variety of beet. Manger, man'jer, n. A trough in which food is placed for cattle and horses. Mangle, mang'gl, vt. (mangling, mangled). To mutilate; to lacerate; to smooth, as linen. a. A rolling pre, or small calender, for smoothing cotton or...show more

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  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 23mm | 794g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236650689
  • 9781236650689