The New Juvenile Expositor, or Rational Reader, and Key to the Juvenile Spelling Book; Comprising the Definitions of All the Syllabic Words in That Work ... Being American School Class Book

The New Juvenile Expositor, or Rational Reader, and Key to the Juvenile Spelling Book; Comprising the Definitions of All the Syllabic Words in That Work ... Being American School Class Book

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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. 1831 edition. Excerpt: ...from liabilit to, any evil or forfeiture. 45. The act of retaining or keepin;ineinory; tlie facnrlty of the mind b which it retains its ideas; custody. 6. The act of deserting. forsaking; a andoning a cause or post; quitting the army in which one is enlisted. 47. The act. of throwing back; arttentive consideration; censure. 48. The act of directing; aim at a certain point; order. 49. The act of declining; variation of nouns and pronouns; a corruption of morals; a decayin I 50. The act of deceiving; deceit; fraud. 5. The act of selecting or c oosing; a choice. 52. The act of rebelling; an op osition to lawful autgirity. 53. The act of digestin," or dissolving of foo in the stomach; preparation of matter by heat; reduction to a regular plan. 54. Pertaining to rebellion; opposing lawful authority. 55. Pertaining, or relating to heaven; heavenly; dwelling in heaven; an inhabitant of heaven. 56. The returning of an estate to the grantor or his heirs; succession; right _to future possession, or eifoynient. 7. Pertaining, or relating to license; unrestrained by moral rincip e; loose in conduct. Efiicacious; powerful; in Grammar, p tentia is a mood, signifyiiiir the possibility, power, liberty, or obligatio of doing any thing. 59. The act of progressing; regular advance; course. 60. The act of professing; a declaration; a calling. 61. The power of distributin justice by legal trial and determination; a court of justice; ajudiciary. A place enclosed to keep birds in. 63. The en reine naval power or oflice for the superinteadcnce of naval afi'airs. 64. The act of protecting; adefence; a shelter; a pass ort. 65. The act of omitting; neglect of duty; forbearance. 66. A person s illed in logic, or the art of reasoning. 67. The act of willing; the...show more

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  • Paperback | 132 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 249g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123696196X
  • 9781236961969