The Phonographic Word-Book; Intended Immediately to Succeed the Complete Phonographic Class-Book, and the Phonographic Reader Volume 1-2

The Phonographic Word-Book; Intended Immediately to Succeed the Complete Phonographic Class-Book, and the Phonographic Reader Volume 1-2

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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. 1849 edition. Excerpt: ...Words written with an L-hook or R-hook consonant-sign, followed by a long consonant-sign, followed by the s or Z-cikclk. Pleiads, Pleiades, appliance; propose, preface, profess, profuse, previous, promise, premiss, premise, apparatus, produce, prioress, precious: --Ableness, blueness; Brutus, Hebrides, broadwise, Briareus, breeches, bricks: --Afflatus, effloresce, awfulness, wilfulness, effluence, affluence, flax; Euphrates, fracas: --Evilness; overpass, overdose, overalls: --Treatise, traduce, tresis, trueness, atrocious: --Idleness; dryness: --Otherwheres: --Analogous; unrighteous: --Crevice, crevasse: --Glimpse, glottis, glorious; grieves, grievous, grimace, Grimes, egregious, gracious, Gracchus. Exercise XXXVIII. Words written with an L-hook or R-hook consonant-sign, followed by the St or Zd-loop. Pleased, placed; priest, highpriest, priced, prized, apprised, praised, appraised, pressed, oppressed: --Blazed, blest, blast; braced, breast, bruised, browsed: --Fleeced; frost: --Trist, traced, trust: --Dressed, addressed: --Authorized, thrust: --Enlist, enlaced, unlaced, unloosed, annalist, analyzed; henroost, unrest: --Closed, classed; creased, crossed, Christ, crest, crust, crazed, cruised: --Glossed, glazed; grist, graced, grazed. Exercise XXXIX. Words written with two full-length consonant-signs--the first beginning with the L-hook or R-hook, and the last ending with the N-hOOK. Plebeian, ploughman, platoon; profane, proven, protean, appertain, opportune: --Blacken; Bremen, brahmin, Breyman, Brighton, brighten, Britain, Briton, Aberdeen, broken, brogan: --Flaggon; frighten, Phrygian, African;--Everyman, overdone, overrun: --Trepan, trepan, Tribune, waterman, Watertown, triton, trodden, trillion: --Driven, drayman, Dryden,show more

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  • 9781236551412