A New Critical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language; Adapted to the Present State of Literature and Science

A New Critical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language; Adapted to the Present State of Literature and Science : The Additions of Todd and Webster, and Many Words in Modern Use Included in Former Dictionaries. Exhibiting the

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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. 1836 edition. Excerpt: ... &C. mu! l"'1 Vowels: gate'-wag: chap'-man. pd-pi. lit. good. J00: '-cents-J''"' 5' ' "t ' INAURATION, in/-fit-ta"-titan, 89: -.-n.. act or process of giltling. '_ INAUSPICIOUS, in'- t-spt.-1i'/-us, 147, 120: tl. l11omt_-ned, unlucky, unfortunate. g6'od: j'o$, 1'. e.jew, 55: 0., 0, '1, &c. mule, 171. cautious, unwary, hecdless, negligent. The sign: is used after modes of spelling that have no irregularity of lound. " " ' '-y. 4 no Consomml-t'.' msh--un, 1. e. nussmn, 16;): vizh-_un, I. r. vision, 165: thin, 166: then, 166, The scheme: entire, and the principles to which the numbers refer, precede the Dictionary. 1N'-CON-SID"-ER-A'l'E, 11. Not exercising consideration, thoughtless, inattentive, iiiail'.'ei'teiit. inconceivable. The sign = in used after modes ofspelling that have no irregularity of sound. Consonanta: mish-iin, i. e. mission, 165: vizh-iin, i. e. vision, 165: thin, 166: then, 166. so as to give the appearance of teeth; to cut in and out; to make to wave or undula'.c: --neu. To run in and out: see also lower. In-dent', 82: 8. Indentation; mark as of a tooth. I n'-den-ta"-tion, 89: s. A notch; a cut in the margin-a waving in and out. To IN--1)1;N'r', v. 12. To cut in correspondent notches the edges of the parchments or papers containing an agreement, so as to prove them counterparts when brought together; hence, to make a compact, to contract a bargain. In-den'-turle, (-titre-, colloq.-ch'oor, 147) s. A covenant or contract: Indent'ment is obsolete. To In-den'-ture, v. a. and 11. To bind by indentures; in old writersshow more

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  • Paperback | 220 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 123674022X
  • 9781236740229