New Universal Graphic Dictionary of the English Language; Self-Pronouncing Based on the Foundation Laid

New Universal Graphic Dictionary of the English Language; Self-Pronouncing Based on the Foundation Laid

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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: ...adi' consisting of, or - like, ink; discolored with ink; black. in land (in'land), adj. pertaining to, or situated in. the interior of a country: remote from the sea; not foreign: adv. towards the interior. iTi-lav Ma')-tP(-P'P-in_ J laid, p.pr. inlaying, to ornament (a surface) by laying in pieces of ivory, wood, metal, &c.: n. materials for inlaying. in-lpt ("let'). v.t. p.t. 4 p.p. in1U ict let, p.pr. inletting, to inlay; insert: n. (inlet), an entrance; a small bay or creek. in-mate (jn'mat)'.f/tre-who dwells with others in a house. in-mOSt ('most), adj. deepest within. Also innermost. inn 'n)' a nouse or tlle reception and entertainment of travelers; tavern; in England, a college of common law professors and students. in-nate ('nut or, -nut'). adj. in_ in interior; esoteric: n. that part of a target which is between the outer circle and the bull's-eye. in-ner-most (-m5st). -?/ most remote from the outer part; inmost. in-ner-va-tion (-f-va'shun. - the arrangement of nervous filaments in the body; special activity or stimulus in any part of the nervous system. in-nings 'inFs-""' the iuTM f a side or player to bat; lands reclaimed from the sea. ('o-sens). n. freedom from guilt; purity; simplicity of heart: hnrmlessness; mental imbecility. Also innocency. in-no-cent '-ent-ad-f ree from guilt or wrongdoing: blameless; pure in heart and life: weak in intellect. m-no-cence a coroner s inquiry with a jury into the cause of a sudden death from any cause; a judicial inquiry, ill-quire ("wir'), "- to seek for "or a f t e r by questions; make inquiry.(with for, into, after, about). (-kwlr'i), n. pi. inquiries ('Is), the act of inquiring; search by question; investigation; question; research. Syn....show more

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  • Paperback | 290 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 522g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236652932
  • 9781236652935