The New Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary Ofarts and Sciences

The New Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary Ofarts and Sciences

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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. 1807 edition. Excerpt: ...but we constrain'J the ton, 74 2. To hinder by force; to restrain.--My sire in cares constrains the winds, Can with a breath their cUm'rousrage appcii; They fear his whistle, and forsake the lift. Drta 3. To necessitate.--The scars upon your honour, therefore, he I Does pity as constrained blemishes, Nothing deserved. Sbnkefp. Antn) 'rf &f When to his lost AEgysthos gave the iris, Did fate or we th' adult'roos act confirms Pote'iOJfr 4. To violate; to ravish.--Her spotless chastity, Inhuman traitors, you constrain d and forc'i SbaieJt.Til.ii' j. To confine; to press--When amidst the fervour of the feast, The Tyrian hugs and fonds thee on ber beat And with sweet kisses in her arms cnftohi, Thoo may'st infuse thy venom in her veins. Drji--How the strait stays the slender waste mk - 6. To conftringe.--When winterfrostsfonrawttlie field withal The scanty root can take no steady hold, Dy ). To tie, to bind.--Scarce the weary god had clos'd his eyes When rushing on with shouts, he biads in Am The drowsy prophet, and his limbs fo.-a-J 8. To imprison.--1 Constrain d him m a bird, and made him fy With party coloured plumes a chattering p- Dnla 9. To force; to produce in opposition to utBI In this northern tract oar hoarser threats, Utter unripe and ill constrained notes, ig 10. To restrain; to withhold.--The soft Ms of pnternal persuasions, after mankind bt. hi given them to think to their greater obdura lion in evil, that through a froward and wanton desire of innovation we did constrainedly those things, for which conscience was pretended. Hook. orthodox, and perhaps also why their genuineness......, ., is defended by Mr Whiston, is, that they favour forget the original giver of life, became overst" Arianism. to resist..show more

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  • Paperback | 644 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 33mm | 1,134g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236596315
  • 9781236596314