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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



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B. 0. BAKER 

LAWYER 

DALLAS, TEXAS 



THE 



Phonoi^raphic Dictionary 



AND 



Phrase Book. 



THE AMERICAN SYSTEM OF SHORTHAND. 



THE 



Phonographic Dictionary 



AND 



Phrase Book. 



BY 

BENN PITMAN 

AND 

JEROME B. HOWARD. 



CINCINNATI : 
THE PHONOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE COMPANY, 



Copyright, 
1894, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 

BY 

The Phonographic Institute Company. 



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PREFACE. 

An undertaking so costly in time, labor, and money as the 
preparation of this, the most complete phonographic dictionary 
and phrase-book ever published, would hardly have been entered 
upon had not the great utility of works of its class been abun- 
dantly demonstrated during the half century which has elapsed 
since the publication of Isaac Pitman's first "Phonographic and 
Pronouncing Vocabulary of the English Language." That work 
made its first appearance in 1850, and so obvious was its im- 
jjortance to learners of phonography that not fewer than seven 
editions of it have been published in England, several of them 
ai3i)earing in many distinct issues. 

In this country, where Pitman phonography has dcvelopctl 
upon somewhat different, and we cannot l»ut think more health- 
ful, lines than in England, various jjhonographic "dictionaries," 
"vocabularies," and "phrase-lists," more or less complete, 
have been jniblished. "The Phrase-Pook," first issued by 
Benn Pitman as early as i860, and "The Phonographic Dic- 
tionary," by Benn Pitman and Jerome B. Howard, first issued in 

1882 (both of which have been repeatedly issued under various 

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dates), are merged in tlie iircscnt work, which, however, is 
now so amplified, both as to material and method, as to con- 
^tilutc a now and distinct production. 

The benefits of a phonographic dictionary, while extending 
to all phonograjjhers who aim at higher proficiency in their 
art, accrue chiefly to the self-instructed and to those students 
who, after taking a course of instruction in a school, have passed 
from under the eye of the teacher and are going through the 
early stage of practical experience as amanuenses or reporters — a 
stage during which even harder study and more devoted prac- 
tise than is ofien found in schools is essential, if higher steps 
are to be taken. For such the dictionary is especially intended, 
and, if rightly used, will prove indeed a "guide, philosopher 
and friend." 

The words if rightly used are advisedly set down. There 
is a way of using, or, rather, of misusing, a dictionary whic;h 
makes it rather an enemy than a friend. The student who 
finds himself falling helplessly into the habit of turning to the 
word-list as a matter of course to find the outline for a new 
word the moment he comes upon it, instead of first thinking 
out and writing out the outline Jiis 07cin judgment approves, had 
better throw his dictionary away. To him, if sui h habit be 
persisted in, the dictionary will be but an enfeebling influence 
which will dry up in him all iminilse to original jihonographic 
thought and render him a helpless victim of circumstances 
whenever in the heat of actual reporting he comes upon a 



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Strange word against which he has not armed himself by pre- 
viously looking into his dictionary. 

All phonographic study and practise has for its object the 
empowering of the writer unhesitatingly to construct, upon 
sound phonographic principles, legible outlines expressive of 
each and all -the words which may come to his ears in the 
course of a report. The great mass of common words be- 
come so familiar to the experienced reporter that he writes 
them not only without hesitation, but almost without thought. 
Nevertheless every day, if not every hour, of his work may 
bring to him words which are rare, or even wholly new to 
him — so far as their phonographic forms are concerned, at 
least. For these words he has no familiar forms pictured in 
his memory, and if he is to report them truly he must build 
outlines with lightning rapidity and with unfailing accuracy of 
formation. This power of outline-building rests upon a prac- 
tical mastery of the system of phonography as such, and it is to 
be acciuired only through thorough study of phonographic prin- 
ciples and mu( h careful drill in applying these principles slowly 
and methodically to practise. 

And right here it is, in this slow, accurate practise, that 
the dictionary helps or hinders. It hinders if the learner 
gives way to the temptation to let it do his thinking for him. 
It helps immea.surably if he does his own thinking first and 
appeals to the dictionary in those cases of doubt as to tlic 
excellence of his own results which may naturally and rea- 



PREFACE. 



sonably arise in ihe work of any student. The function, 
then, of the dictionary, as to the learner of phonography, 
is to solve doubts ; to inform the student whether the result 
of his efforts is right, faulty, or wrong. No stale of mind, 
save that of stupid self-satisfaction, can be more perilous to 
the learner than that of anxious doubt. The questions "Am 
I doing well?", "Are my patient efforts of avail?", "Am I 
on the right track?", if left too long unanswered may, nay, 
are likely to, lead to discouragement and final abandonment 
of the most cherished enterprise. The dictionary should be 
the counselor who answers these questions promptly and truth- 
fully. The student who sees outline after outline, over which 
he has faithfully toiled and honestly doubted, approved by 
the appeal to the dictionary, is stimulated and encouraged. 
His references to the book gradually become fewer, for he 
learns to resi)ect his own judgment — the book having shown 
him that it is worthy of respect. The student who is greeted 
by rejjroof after reproof, as he compares his faulty structures 
with the i)erfect models, will, if he is wise, soon take the hint 
and return to his elementary text-books. He will review as 
often as need be his Manual and Companion, where he may 
learn, not merely phonographic outlines, but pJwnography — 
the science and art of building and vocalizing phonographic 
outlines. 

It is evident, moreover, that a dictionary, to be of any 
considerable use, must be of a very comprehensive character. 



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It is not the easy, simple forms about which the student is 
Hkely to be in doubt, but those of rarer occurrence and com- 
plicated structure — those in whose formation well-founded 
doubts may arise, and concerning which even doctors mav 
sometimes disagree. 

It is for the reason just indicated that a very considerable 
proportion of technical and foreign words and phrases have 
been included in this work. I'he reporter or amanuensis A\ho 
finds himself about to be called upon to write about technical 
matters will act wisel)' to make some preparation therefor, ho\\- 
ever hasty and superficial it may perforce be. In these days 
of increasing specialization, the range of technical reporting is 
widening rapidly. The busy phonographer may to-day be called 
upon to report a convention of physicians — it may be laryngo- 
scopists or neurologists ; to-morrow, of engineers — it may be 
hydraulic or mining experts ; and, again, of manufacturers — 
it may be nail-makers or silk-weavers. In such emergencies 
even the smallest interval of time will be availed of by the 
prudent reporter, who may not only vastly lighten the labor 
involved in making the report but even save himself from 
humiliating defeat by reading up the general subject in such 
cyrlopcdias or text-books as may be at his command, and es- 
pecially by studying the signifirations and practisiii}:; thf best 
phonographic outlines for new words therein found. In this 
process it is believed that the "Dictionary and Ph ra.se- P>ook " 
will be most helpful. It is in view of the fact that reporters 
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are nowadays called upon with especial frequency to write 
medical terms that this portion of the vocabulary has received 
especial fullness of treatment in the following pages. 

In the 1861 edition of the "Phrase Book," the following 
prefatory words are printed : 

The extent to which the capacities of the phonographic 
system are developed in this work, in the special direction to which 
it is devoted, will both surprise and gratify the phonographer. 
Indeed, had the sj'stem been framed with a special view to the 
writing of phrases, rather than accurate representation of the ele- 
mentary sounds of the language, it could scarcely have pre- 
sented a greater degree of philosophic brevity and complete- 
ne.ss than is exhibited in the phraseographic abbreviations of 
this work. 

The extent of the development of phrase-writing in the pres- 
ent volume is (especially when the cross-references are taken into 
consideration) several times as great as that of the original work. 
This portion of the book will be found exceedingly useful to the 
learner, not merely for reference, but as a subject of special study 
and practise. It is recommended that the student write, first by 
copying and afterwards from dictation, the entire mass of phrases 
herein given. He will thus not only receive a valuable training 
of the hand, and also acquire a ready use of many phrases which 
will be retained in his memory, but, far more important, he will 
obtain such a practical knowledge of the principles of phrase- 
writing, and familiarity with the classes of words which unite to 
form phrases, as will enable him thereafter to construct correct 
phrases instantaneously while in the actual process of reporting. 



INTRODUCTION. 

This book aims to include in its vocabulary every word of 
the English language which is not "obsolete," "archaic," 
"very rare," or ultra-technical. It also includes a large 
number of those words from foreign languages which have 
come into frequent or occasional use in English speech and 
literature. It thus contains all the words which the practical 
phonographer is likely to meet with in his work. Besides 
this extensive word-list the book comprises a phrase-list of 
several thousiinds of useful English and foreign phrases. 

Each word in the vocabulary is considered with respect to 
the following points: 

a. Spelling. The modern spelling in most general use is 
given. In cases where two or more spellings are prevalent, 
the simplest is chosen. Thus adz, con, instead of ndze, icon. 
Octasionally, more than one spelling is given, especially where 
usage is not settled or where there is a differentiation of 
meaning, as abalir and abator. 

b. Acccnttiatinn. The main actent of each word is 

marked l)y the sign i' ) immediately after the accented syl- 

lal)lc. Secondary accents are not marked. 

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c. Pronunciation. lo the phonograplier this Dictionary 
is a perfect pronouncing lexicon. The accent being marked 
in the typic word, and the jihonctic elements shown in the 
engraved shorthand form, the i:)ronunciation of each word is 
luimistakably indicated. In choosing the pronunciation in 
those cases where usage is divided or theories differ, refer- 
ence has been had to the three great authorities — "Webster's 
International Dictionary," "The Century Dictionary," and 
"The Standard Dictionary." No one of these works has 
on all ])oints been accepted to the exclusion of the others. 
On certain systematic points of pronunciation, however, as 
particularly the values of unaccented vowels, "Webster" has, 
in general, been followed ; on others, as, for instance, the 
values of the consonants /, d, s, z, when followed by / or y 
sounds, the doctrine of the "Century" has seemed most ac- 
ceptable; while in isolated cases of diverse pronunciation, 
the three authorities have been compared and, generallv 
speaking, the pronunciation favored by a majority has been 
held to prevail. 

ff. Capitalization. Only those words are capitalized in 
the vocabulary which should be so written in the middle of 
a sentence. 

e. PJiono^rapiiic Representation. The fully - vocalized 
("corresponding style") form of every word is shown in 
engraved phonographic characters in close proximity to each 
typic word in the vocabulary. The typic words are arranged 



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INTRODUCTION. 13 



in columns, di\ided into groups of three, and the correspond- 
ing phonographic forms are arranged in lineal groups of three, 
and each phonographic group is placed immediately to the 
right of its corresponding typic group. 

f. Gravunalogiies. Every word which, in the correspond- 
ing style of phonography, is considered as a grammalogue, is 
repeated in CAPITALS immediately following its main cntr)-, 
and its corresponding logogram appears in its appropriate 
place in the shorthand column. 

g. Reporting Outlines. The reporting outline of a word 
is generally the same as the corresponding style outline, the 
vowels being simply omitted. In certain cases, however (see 
Repo7-ter' s Companion, paragraphs 14 to 18), it is necessary 
to write the reporting outline "in position," and in such 
cases the typic word is followed by an Arabic figure "i," to 
indicate that the reporting outline is written in the first posi- 
tion, or by a figure "3," to indicate that the reporting out- 
line is written in the third position. Whenever the reporting 
outline is contracted, or is in any other way different from the 
regular unvocalized outline, the word is reprinted in the vo- 
cabulary in SMALL CAPITALS, and the reporting outline is given 
in its appropriate place in the column of engraved shorthand. 

//. Co7npounding. The phonographic outlines of those t om- 
pound words which in longhand are written with the hyphen, 
are given with the phonograjihic hyjihen only in cases in which 
the component outlines do not admit of ready joining. When 



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the component words can be conveniently joined, they cie 
written as a single outline formed without lifting the jjcn. In 
the re]>orting style the hyphen may be omitted even in those 
c-ases in which it is used in the corresponding style. Com- 
l)Ound words are thus practically treated as phrases, whi( h in- 
deed they are. 

/. Phrase -Writing. The jirincipal phrases l)uilt upon 
any word are given immediately following the word, in its 
regular place in the vocabulary. The lepetition of the first 
word or words in the phrase-lists is indicated by the system 
of ditto marks formerly used in the Phrase-Book. A single 
mark brings down the first word of the preceding phrase, 
two marks bring down the first two words of the i)receding 
phrase, and so on. In general, no attempt is made in this 
book to carry joined phrases beyond the third word, as Init 
a small proportion of phrases of greater length will be found 
useful. However, no positive rule can be given to limit the 
extent of joined j)hrases, it being possible for writers of 
small, neat hands to carry them to greater lengths than 
those who write a larger and bolder style. Cross- references 
are therefore given to indicate those cases in which more 
extensive joining may be used if thought desirable by the 
individual writer, who, in such cases, is the only competent 
judge, with regard to his own practise, as to whether or not 
joining may be extended and still subserve speed, conven- 
ience, and legibility. 



INTRODUCTION. 



Fiom ihe vocabulary are omitted: 

a. All regular plurals of nouns; /. e., those that are 
regularly written in phonography by adding a circle-j- or -z 
to the outline of the singular, and those that are formed 
by enlarging a circle that ends the singular. 

l>. All regular preterites; /. e., those formed in phonog- 
raphy by halving a final full-length stroke that ends the 
present, or by adding the stroke-^/ to a final half-length 
stroke that ends the present. 

c. All present participles and most verbal nouns ending 
in -ing, when the final syllable is written in phonography with 
the dot. 

d. The third-person singular indicative forms of verbs, 
when regularly formed by the addition of circle-j' to the form 
of the infinitive, or by enlarging a circle that ends the form 
of the infinitive. 



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ABBREVIATIONS. 



a. adjective. 




n. noun. 


adv. adverb. 




p. participle. 


Ang-Ind. Anglo-Indian. 


par. paragraph. 


Ar. Arabic. 




Per. Persian. 


cp. compare. 




Peruv. Peruvian. 


I). Dutch. 




Pg. Portuguese. 


Dan. Danish. 




Pid. Eng. Pidgin English. 


E. English. 




pi. i)lural. 


F. French. 




pret. preterite. 


G. German. 




R. Russian. 


geog. geographic. 




Rep. Comp. Reporter's Com 


Gr. Greek. 




pan ion. 


Heb. Hebrew. 




Skr. Sanskrit. 


Hind. Hindu. 




Sp. Spanish. 


interj. interjection. 




Sp. Amer. Spanish Amer 


It. Italian. 




ican. 


Jap. Japanese. 




Turk. Turkish. 


L. I^tin. 




U. S. United States. 


Mex. Sp. Mexican 


Spanish. 


V. verb. 
W. Welsh. 



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PHONOGRAPHIC DICTIONARY 



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PHRASE BOOK. 



A 



I bargain 

I board 

II meeting -*\. 
A. an. and, may be written with the 

horizontal tick at the first word of a 
phrate. provided the tick can be joined 
conveniently, and at a di»*.:nci angle. 
to the following word. When to joined 
the tick doe« not give the position to 
the phrase but accommodates itscif 
to the position of the following word 
(see Rep. Comp. par. 50J. When the 
joining of the horizontal tick would 
produce an obtuse angle, or no angle 
what-vcr. ii should not be employed, 
and the word should be expressed by 
a horizontal or vertical tick attached 
to the preceding outline, or. if this be 
inconvenient, by the disjoined dot 

a fortiori L 
a posteriori L/ 
a priori L. 

a propoa F 
Aar'on 
Aaron'ical 
aback' v 

ABACK \ 

ab'acui 

Abaddon 

abaft' 3 

abal'tcnalc 

abaliena'tion 

abandon 

aban'doner 

aban'donment 

ABANDONMENT 

abate' 

aba&ed' v. 
abas'cdiy % 
abatement 
abater 
abath' 3 
abaih'cdiy 3 
abath'meni 3 
abat'ine 
•bat'abTe 




abate' 

abatc'ment 

abater 

ab'atis 
abator 
abattoir' F 
ab'ba 3 
ab'bacy 3 
Abbas' 
abba'tial 
abb« F. 
abbess 3 
ab'bcy 3 
ab'bot 3 
Ab'boi 
ab'botship 3 
Abbott 
abbre'viate 
abbrevia'tion 
abbre'viatory 
abbrc'viaturc 

ab'dicant 

ab'dicate 

abdica'tion 

ab'dicator 

abdo'mcn 

abdom'inal 

abdomino^'copy 

abdominothorac'ic 

abduci' 

abduc'tion 

abduc'tor 

abeam' i 

abed' 

Abel 

Abelard F. 

Ab'crcrombic 

Aberdeen' 

•ber'rance 

abcr'ranry ^ -, 

AOKKKANCY N^ ) 

aber'rant 

aberra'tion 

abet' 

abci'ment 




abet'tor 

abcy ance 

abhor' 

abhor' rencc 

abhor'rcnt 

abhorrently 

abhor'ring 

abide' i 

abid'ingly 

Ab'igail 

Abi'jah 

abil'ity 

Ab'ingdon 

abiogcn'esis 

abiogenei'ic 

abiog'cnist 

abiog'enous 

abiog'eny 

ab'jcct 
abjcc'tion 
abjectly 
ab'jcctncss 
\- I^ abjura'tlon 
abjure' 
abjur'er 




ABLE TO MAKE A 



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ACADIAN 



Ml a (sec make) 
II mention ^ 
II perceive 

II please 
II preserve 
II prevent 
II proceed 
II prove 
II provide 
II recollect 
II reply 
II stand 



^\/ V. 



^ I them 
^- I themselves 
I there 



'1""T1" 



> 



x^ 






I their absolu'tion Vyo WT 

(i.icruunl(seciheir) ab'solutism \ " X "jj— 

^^ ^' ^ ABSOLUTISM 

ab'solutist 
. ABSOLUTIST 
I US / ') absolv'able 

I which ^ absolv'atory 

II a (see which).... .- ^.. absolve' 

lyou ^ N S N. ,,,„„,.,■;. 

I your 



7 7 



absolv'ing 




absorb 

^ ii'own (see your). ^. absorbabil'ity 

, yours /^ r^ ^ absorb'abic 

I yourself 

I yourselves _. ^, 

About' ^' r r 

above' V, , s/^ 

ABOVE N» \> 

1 a-an-and 

I and beyond 

I another 

I h 



ablu'tionary 

a'bly 

abnegate 

abncga'tion 

Ab'ncr 

abnor'mal 

abnormarityv v 

abnormally i^^,o-0^,>r 

abnor'mity 

aboard' 

abode' ^K, "< 

abol'ish 

abol'ishable 



s\ 



I us \ 

abovc'board ^^ 
abovc'-citcd 

abovc'dcck 

abovc'-mcntioncd 

abovc'-namcd 

abracadab'ra 

abra'dant 








^^^^. — s.aura ui 

jabradc' 



^-\.^ 



■>^ , — ^ A'braham 
\.^ Abrahani'ic 
A'bram 

ABOLISHABLeV^ ^ ^: >^ abreast' 
abolishmenl \» \ abridge' 

aboli'lion •w --^ w /-— > V /■~y~^ abridg'er 
aboli'tionism>/: >/ S >/ abrid^'mcnt 



X) % 



> 



m >: >^ S^S"^ abridg'mcnt >o \ 

<IISM "^^ abroad' i / / 



ABOLITIONISM 

aboli'lionist ^ ^-— j 

abom'inablc >f J 

abom'inate 

abomina'tion 

abong'inal 

aboriginally 

aborigines >^^ vr^^X^absc 




ab'rogatc cv, ^^ \ 

abroga'lion >-— x--3 > 
abrupt' 

abruptly \ y^lZ yy.^j>\/^~^ 
abrupt ncssN/ V^ ■ ^s 
Ab'salom 



No 



abort' 
abor'tion 
abor'tion 
abor'tive 

abor'iively 
abor'livencss 
abound' 3 
abounding 3 
about' 3 



ab'scess 3 

is'sa 
abscond' 
< >Q <^ y-\ < abscond'cr v 

ist >/ >/ '> >^ abscond'ing \ 



I 

^ ^ I 01 mma v -v 

V\ ^ N-\ y absent (a.) ..v.. Nj^ >ft^ 

^^' ^-^' absent' (v.) V_S^ 



■ ab'sencc 3 
I of mind 



>f 



absentee' 
...-^.. absentee'ism 
absent'er 



-\5- 



n many (tee a>) 

I hii 

I it 

I ri|hl 

1 tome — vy^- 



absenl'ing 
. ab'scntly 
absent-mind'ed 




absent-mindedly \ V V 

^ ab5ent-mind'ednessV<ai--,^a,.^>«^., 

■^ V~»»b'5inth X \_j, K. 

■b'sotule 3 N. 

o ab'ftolutrlv 1 «. / 



M one (tee tome) 
I tomebody 
I tomething. 

■ cite 
I tuch '' ab'tolulely 3 

■ a-an (tee tuch).. 1 certain 

I that jP 7° i ' 'mpossible 

H age (tee that) ^ 1 indiipensable /V 0^' 

the ...^....„ ^...- I necejtary..V^\,j^_;P/..^;''^-r*^A 

■ way(cp. inthe) ^ 7 T_. ab'soluleness 3' j» A 



absorb'cncy 

ABSORBENCY 

absorb'ingly 

absorp'lion 

absorp'tivc 

ABSORPTIVE 

absorp'tivcness 

ABSORPTIVF.NESS 

absquat'ulatc 

abstain' 

abstain'cr 

abste'mious 

abste'miously 

abstc'miousness 

absten'lion 

ab'stinence 

ab'stincnt 

abstract 3 (a. or r 

abstract' 3 (v.) 

abstract'cdly 3 

abstract'edness 3 

abstrac'lion 

ABSTRACTION 

abstractly 3 

ab'stractncss 3 ■ 

abstruse' 

abstrusely 

abstruse'ness 

absurd' 

absurd'ity 

absurd'ly 
abun'dancc 
abun'dant 
abun'dantly 
abuse' 3 
I a 

I his 

ithe ■ ...\... \- 

I their ^^ >" 

II kindness (sec Iheir) 
I them 
I us 
I your 

abused' 3 
abus'ing 3 
abus'ive 3 
abus'ivcly 3 
abus'ivcness 3 

abut' *v 

abut'ment >^ 
abysm' -| 

abys'mal 
abyss' x 
^Abyssin'ia 
Abyssin'ian < -.-i 

acacia ><i_?^ r^ 

academ'ic 

academ'ical 

acadcm'ically 

acadcmi'cian 





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ACANTHUS 



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ACQUAINT 



acan'ihus 
Ac cad 
Accadian 

accede' 

accd'erate 

accelcra'tion 

accd'erative 

ac'ccnt (n.) 

accent' (v.) 

accenting 

acccnt'ual _ 

accent'uate 

accentua'tion 

accept' 3 

I his 

I it 

I that 

II which (see that) 

I the 

I their 

II account (sec their) 

I ihcm 

I this 

II one (sec th 




accom'plishment ' 
accord' 
ACCORD 
accord'ance 



^ 



accre lion 
. accrue' 3 



accu'muiate 
^ accumula'tion 

accord'ant /^...accu'mulative 



rz: 



accord'antly 

accord'ing 
ACCORDING 
1 10 



-j^ -^ 



accu'mulatively 

accu'mulaliveness 

accu'mulator 

ac'curacy 

ac'curate 



-tp~ 



) 



II a-an cm 

iiicase(cp.ina-an) ACCURATE 

11 agreement 

11 authority 

II every 

III account (see every) 

II her c-:_^^ <r-z_^^ <r-| accurse' 3 

Ml account(see her). . 7-^.. .T-\-j--.l- accursed' 3 (p ) 

II it ^ E , accurs'ed 3 (a.) 



..!:^.....!:'::>r2\^ 



ac'curately 

ACCURATELY 

ac'curateness 

ACCUKATENESS 




'\^. 



^+^ 



-f 



II justice cj c-' c-^ accurs'edly 3 =~*Tf^ =^ — '^/^ 

II law ..</ accurs'edness 3 K 'L_j> ?* 



II reason 



II right 

and reason 
,1 




c 



I you 

I your 

II statement(sce your) 
I yours 

acceptability 3 

acccpfable 3 _-^ .„ ^ 

accepl'ableness 3 \- ^ '^ 

accepfably 3 \ ^v^P > 

acccpt'ance 3 _„ 

acccpta'tion 3 %_fi ^1, 



accus'able 

COSABLE 

us'ant 3 
accusa'tion 3 

ccus'ative 
accus'atively 
ACCUSATIVELY 
accuse 



accept or 3 

access' 

acccssarily _ 
acces'sarincss 
acces'sary 



<r^ ACC 

^ IX i^ III and reason V^.acc 

is) ^ / / II several 

"^-^ HI olher{see several) c-PctS'" 

-J-. II some ...-\------ 

^ 111 accounts{see some) 

II such <rf <rf ^ 

_Q ~^-s. Ml a-an (see such)--/- L accused' 3 

/^ >M that accusing 3 

Ml belief (sec that)c7 .^ ^:: accus'er 3 

II the — Ki- -■s^^^^^ccus^ingly 3 

III accompanying accus torn 
(cp. in the) ^_^^ ace 

II the evidence 77t.... | — ac'etate 



II the other 
II the testimony <r-| c-^ c-'^ 

M their ..^. <t^>^^...' — '-3-- 

m account (see their) 

II this 



I after the fact jj^^—j/N.. — C)\im account (see this) 

accessibility f u „ which 

access'ible — 4?^ — ^ 



X..-X.-7- 



access'ibly 

ACCESSI8i-E-Y-ILITY 

acces'sion 

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admirably I x- I | .adul'tery v/ I i I . ae'rie I r-^ .^/i -j^^ 

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ad'miralship advance' a'erolile 

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admiralty ^-^ // 1^-^ /I t— ^ i a-an-and — ---aeronautic \^ \_,: W^ 

admiration ^-^ ^ ' i his-us VJ L- « aeronautical ' ' ' 

admire' i / i y^ -s^advanced' i i aeronautics -~^ J ^ 

admirer .Uj->/ .L-j-^/ .l<>/ advancing -U^ .l^-Jl_x ...... aerostatic W— " ■''^^ 

admir'ing ADVANCING . aerostat'ical 

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admissibilityU-^/^ .Ir-^v-I'-tK. ^*''^'^'^'^'^"'^'^''" ^--"^^ --L- l--/ '^s'chylus X> I— I i — I > 

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admis'sibly ■ 1 1 advanta'geousness / 1 1 aetiologically .i.^- .1^7 

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adoption i ' \i advcrlis'ing ' afTec'tionatc ,r 

adoptive ' |- 1 I advcr'tisemeot 1 v/T 1 wi^ 1 afTec'live 3 

ador'abic I .IT .IT aJverliscr .\f^ i^ \f^ i-^ \ affcc'Iively 

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adorn' .t .L X^ ADVISADl.ENESS I ^ -•■ |-L offi'ant ^~i-Xft^. ^-^ "s,^ 

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adult' /Cgina allix' (v.) 3 \j 

adul'icrani rc'cij L. y .• . -. ,! — i alTix (n.) 31; f 

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afBic'tivcly 

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air'-balloon 

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air'-bladder 

air'-blast 

air'-brake 

air-castle 

air'-cavity 

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air'-chambcr 

air'-cushion 

air'-cylindcr 

air'-drunrt 

air'.gage 

air'-gun 

air'ily 

air'iness ^-^ 
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air'likc 

air'-Iine 

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alb 3 

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al'batross 

albe'it 

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Albert 

Albigen'ses 

albi'no 

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albu'men 

albu'menize 

albu'min 

albu'minatc 

albu'minoid 

albuminoid'al 

albu'minous 

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alchem 

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alchemts'ttcal 
al'chemy 
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al'cohol 'L ^ — :i 

al'coholate 

alcoholom'cter / 
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al'cove 

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matters 

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allit'erate 

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allit'erative- 

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allifcrativeness 

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alloca'tion -- 

allocu'tion -QD 

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allopath'ic 

allopath'ically 

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day " '"Al'lentown 

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allu'vion 
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almighl'ily 
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almight'incss 
ALMIGHTINESS 
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all-fired' ^^ <^ alms 3 




ALMSGIVER 25 AMERCED 

almsgivcrs ,.-^ . , he (see though) ? . ^ am;ative —> -^^ '~1^ 

almsgiving 3^^ ^-jr-^- /^ anilude ), rU n am aliveness .\j .\j^ iyCI 

almshouse "^ ALTITUDE amato'rial 

ALMSHOUSE ^ y^\_ altitu'dinal . ^_ amatorially 

aloe T 1^ V ALTITUDINAL (;3~ ri / I amatory . 

aloft- ■•■"■^ altos "^ J amaurosis L. 

aloin -i ^ ' ^ ^ altogeth-er <t^ amaurol'ic ^• 

alone- (" ('- I ALTOGETHER^ ^— ^ ama^e .p-v/ l_ ..^.^ --r^ 

ALONE Altona ^' LiN /^ |^_amazed 1 

alone' 1 ^ ^ ^ Alloo'na /^ ^ ^-1 amazedly 

. a-ln-and -O C^ C^ alto-rilie-vo U. / Li.^ Z' ^ amaz'edness ^ ^ ^r-fe^ 

■ about ^^ .^. ^?r:^....artruism f\y^ ^^ amaze ment -jf ■\^_^ 

..that ^ ^ ^ altruist ^ /i ' • O'^^amazing • 

""i""! C^ C^ (^ altruistic z' l ' k .C^ amaz tngly .tt;. ^-j,^, ^^iL_ 

,i, .>-^-..Sr<S ->^.. alum 3 =~^ ^- Amazon / 

I the /— /-" 1 /^ alu'mina ^ ^ -^ amazon'ian ^-St '~%^ 

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II path ..^rr?....>r-< >— "^s, alu-minum ambassadorial 

I there ,^ /^ ^ (alum'naL. /T ^ /T ambassadorship-— si ,__;^-o 

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iia(see which).^:;rr^...::^...>2-a'um-nal ^^ am-faergris 

I with /^ -^ ^x I association^ ^ y^ ambidexter 

II a (see with) (_, C ^'C^ 1 society l-^ , ^ , .O,,.^ ambidexterily 
along shore I ..^^...>^- ^^ alumni L. >^ ^-J ambidextrous 
alone shoreman i ^-v /--x \ /^ alum-nus L./;- ^-\ /^, ^^ambidextrously 
along-side •(. •(,- (, )-AI vah -tJ^^p / V^ ( Vi JambiguUy 
Alon zo 3^ T) alveolar ' ambig'uous 
aloof 3 ^ V-^ alveolus L.^< ^ ^ ^ — ^ an-.biguously^— ;_/ 
aloud' ( V. .r ... Al vin ' VJ"- I V:> V 1 ambiguousness "V-; — #_P <^ 
ALOUD '' ■ alway ambition i 

alp 3 /K /^ ,^K always ^ .. ,y~^ / ^— >. ambitionless i ■■ S '■ V- 

alpac'a r\ ^V-. T^ . are -/^ 3 /^ K ^ X ambitious ,^ a>'^ ^ 

al pen ' ^ 1 be ^ ambitiously ^• 

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al penstock G I \^ ^H ~ ' «xcept-ing ^ f V_o o— gamble 3 .^^ ^~V r 

alphas ■' ^ — icxpecl-ing ambled 3 

land omega /-I /^\' V.. 1 has ,^^N / — \ /" — . amblingly 3 /-fL-' ^"'^ ^V 

alphabet ( V,^_^ ^ ^^ — 11 been (see has)/ (j' (V (j Ambrose ^-J. X3 N 

alphabet-|C ^ — .lis ^ ambrosia _^ 

alphabetical ^ /\ f^^-^ " '"''V /'~''S^ /'~-\^ ^-^^ ambrosial '-^^-N^ 
alphabetically^ V^ ^ ^S._o ,1 right / /fit Q\( J^lambrotypc N N 

alphabet ics =— ^^ 1 ready ambulance ^-^^ [ 

alphabeiism^ /\ y\ 1 right ^-^ /i /->. x— >. ambulatory / p- ^. v^ ^ 

al phabelize ' V. ' V. ( ^"-o 1 sure ' Y ^ ' \ ' \ ambuscade ^-</" ^i&-i-| 
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Alpine / Vj. /"K I No 11 a (sec was) f A' A/ J ameliorable 3 

Alp? )~ ^ ' will ) I amel-iorale 3 

already v^ 1 11 be (see will) Z"^/' — ameliorating 3 

ALREAD-y /^ I wrong/— V'^l g — ,- amelioralion 3 

Alsace "yi am ' J ^ ameliorative 3 

Al-.acc -Lorraine'^^^ AM amen' ^"^/^ 

AL-.n tia i^ ^ ^ amain' ^-^ ^ra C"S -"-■ amcnabil ity ^ra ''^2\ > 

Alsa nan ( I ^ IcS' amalgam amenable 

aljike /-- y^ /^ amaV gamine C^—^^ " AMENABLE-ILITY^^^-X. z'^-^^" ^ 

al ioi - A. V J~ "»/ amalgama tion (^ ^v3 amenablcncss N. N ^^\, 

al'tar 1 / amal gamative (^^ — fi AMENABLENESS 

I cloth /~X /''^''^ y^ amalgamator ■—' — i ^amenably <~^ ^ '"^ 

trail ' I \/ AmandaO* '"= — ' I. ,—<,_jjJ5 AMENABLY N. N ^ 

al'ter i amanucn'ses amend' 

alterable I /^ /'S^^P/^. AMANUENSES ^-<^.j^ >-J^ amendable 'i^ '^■^iy-^ 

al trrablenesi 1"/ ^1 N Oamanuen'sis,— ^..^^ ,-— c/ ^. AMENDABLE N N >/ 

alicra'iion I ^,. am'aranth /-o amcnd'ablcncss 

arieralive I / \> ^ /^ amaranthine y^—f- J' '~\ AMENDABLENESS T-v/ 

altercate V 1 '-r < LO Amaryllis- — </ ^j - — -^ / amendatory --^S^ l-r ^' 

alierca tion ^^^ ^.^^ Am'asa amende- F 

al Icrcd I yA' / f> amass' 3 amending 

al tcrnato ^1 I I ama%ned' 3 / — k ^-^ / — {jr» amend ment -r*. -t+ts ^---> 

alternately ,/-iv^v_P -J^J? >^-i amasj'meni 3 amendment 

alter natenrjs/'^ / V. amateui^ '— «1 '"^ I ^~^ . omcntlj' - ^- y? 

alterna Hon ( II amjtcur'ish .1 X/ Jy amen ity ^ I - — ^ 

alternative ..>^-a y^ amatcur-|ihly amerce' 

alternatively / VjT ^;- > amateurishness ^~*1- '~*1, amerce able 

alihx a L ( /^ I, T am atcuri-.m '^' /~^ »^ 3^ AMERCEABLE 

although amalcurship -L^ amerced' 




AMERCING 



26 



ANDERSON 



amerc'ing 
omcrce'mcnl 

America 
American 

I Bible Society 

I Express Co. 

I institutions 
I News Co. z^"** 
Americanism 

AMERICANISM 

Americaniza'tion 

AMERICANIZATION 

Amer'icanizc 

Ames 

am'ethysl 

amcthys'tine 

Am'hcrst 

amiabil'ity 

a'miabic 

a'miablcncss 

a'mtably 

amicabil'ity 

am'icabte 

am'icablcness 

am'icably 
amid' i 
amid'ships 
amidst' i 
Am'icns 
amiss' i 
am'ily 3 
Am'mi 
Am'mon 

ammo'nia 

ammo'niac 

ammoni'acal 

Am'monitc 

ammuni'tion 3 

am'ncsty 

amcc'ba i 

omcc'bae 

amcc'boid 

among* 

I a-an-and 

II multitude (cp. in-a) 

I every 

II other (sec every 

I his 

II enterprises (see his) 
I its 
M own (see its) 

I nations 
I persona 

I such 

II a (see such) 

I the _ 

II cases (cp. in-the) L 

I their ., — ^ 

II admissions 
II answers 





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I us 

amontilla'do 

Amoor' 

A'mor 

amor pa'trise L 
amoro'so It, 
am'orous 
am'orously 

m'orousness 
amor'phism. 
^amor'phous 
A'mos 
amount' 't^~^ 

AMOUNT 

amount'ing 
amour' 3 ''^■ 
amour proprc F, 
Ampere' 
ampere' 
ampere'-melcr 

amphib'ia 

amphib'ian 

amphib'ious 

amphictyon'ic 

amphic'tyons 

amphithc'atcr 

amphitheat'ric 
amphitheat'rical 
amphitheat'rically 
Amphit'ryon 
am'phora L. 
amphorae L. 
am'plc 3 
am plencss 3 
ampliBca'tion 

AMPLIFICATION 

amplif'icativc 
amplif'icatory 
am'plifier 3 
am'plify 3 
am'plifying 3 



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am'ply 3 /*---/ 
am'putatc 
amputa'tion 
Amsterdam 
amuck' 
am'ulet 
amuse' 3 
amused' 3 

amuse'ment 3 
amus'ing 3 
amus'ingly 3 

A'my 
am'yl 
an 
*AN 
I admission (cp. a) 
anabap'tism 

ANABAPTISM 

anabap'tist 
anab'asis L. 

Anachar'sis 

anach'ronism 

anachronis'tic 

anach'ronous 

anacon'da 

Anac'reon 

Anacreon'tic 

anx^the'sia L 

anac&lhet'ic 




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anagrammat'ic 

anagram mat'icaU 

anagrammat'ically 

a'nal _ f:_ 

an'alects Ci^ 

analog'ic 

analog'ica! ^y- <:l^'» C-^ 

analog'ically J_ J J"^^ 

anal'ogism 

anal'ogous ^^^Ljtt^ 

anal'ogously C_;^^-' 
anal'ogousness 

an'alogue 

anal'ogy CL--^^" 

anarysi$3 

an'alyst 3 

analytic ?L^ 

analyt'ical 

analyf ically !C_^. 

analyt'ics J 

an'alyzc 3 

Anam' 

Anani'as ^—i- — ^« 
an'apest 
anar'chic 5. 

^anar'chical %.^^^. 

an'archism 

an'archist 

an'archy <:.._yr~^=' 
anasar'ca L. 

nasar'cous y— 

anastomose v^_$>^ 
anastomo'sis L. 
anastomo'scs L.""— f 
anastomot'ic 1^ 

nath'cma 
anathematiza'tion . 
anath'ematizc 
anath'ematized 

anath'ematizing. 
Anato'lia ^ 

natom'ic 
anatom'ical 
anatom'ically^ 
anat'omist 
anat'omize 
anat'omy 
ancestor 
anccs'tra! 
an'cestress 
an'cestry 

Anchi'scs 
an'chor3 



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an'chorable 

an'choragc 

anchored 

anchoret'ic 

an'choring 3 

an'choritc ^ 

an'chorlcss 

ncho'vy 
anchylo'sis L, 
ancient 
an'ciently 
an'cillary 
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AND 
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accordingly 



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andanti'no It. 
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Anderson 



AXDERSOXVILLE 



ANTENICENE 




An'dersonville 
An'des . ^ ^ 
and'iron 



Andor'ra - — '\—y- 
An'dover V^ 



Andras'sy 

Andrew -_^ — ^ ^~^~ 

An'drews I— o— ). 

androg'ynous _ ,^_ C p 

androg'yny -^. — 'A 
Androm'ache I 

Androm'cda / 
Androni'cus ^ 
Androscog'gin 
an'drosphynx 

an'ecdotal 
an'ecdote 
ane'mia L. 

ane'mic 

anem'one 

anent' 

an'eroid 

an'eurism 

anew' 

ANEW 

an'gel 

ANGEL 

I of God 

II the Lord 
angel'ic 

ANGELIC 

Angelica 
angel'ical 

ANGELICAL-LY 

angel'ically 

Angeli'na 

an'gellike 

ANGELLIKE 

An'gcio 
An'gelus L. 
an'gcr 3 
an'gered 3 

an'gcring 3 

angina L. 

an'giosperm 

an'gle 

an'glcr 

an'glcworm 

An'glian 

An'glican 

Anglicanism 

ANGLICANISM 

An'glice L 
an'glicism 

an'glicize - — '-^^ iX 

An'glo-Amcr'ican 
Angloma'nia 

Angloma'niac 

Anglopho'bi 

An'glo-Sax'on 

ANGLO-SAXON 

Angola 

Ango'ra 

Angosiu'ra 

Angoul^me' 

an'gricr 

an'griest 

an'tffilv^^^^g— : 
an'gry 

ANGRY 
an'guiih ... 
ANGUISH 
■ n'guUr > 
angularity 
angularly 



anhy'dride ,.__^ 

anhy'drous v|* 

an'iline 

a n i m ad ve r'si on >— J*"^ 

animadver'sive >jjv 

animadvert' 

an'imal 

I life 

I magnetism 

animal'cula L 
animal'cular 
animal'cule 
.antmal'culum L 
an'imalism 
animal'ity 
'imalize 
an'imate 



r 



•innun'ciate 

annuncia'tion 

annun'ciator 

an'odc 



ANTECEDENCI! 

anteced'ency 

ANTECEDENCY 

antecedent 

ANTECKDKNT 

anieced'ently 

ANTECEDENTLY 
anteces'sor j 

an'tcchambcr 

an'icdate 

antedilu'vial 

anlcdtlu'vian 



antelope v_jj^^p,^. ^ o«_y^ 
antemeridian r N If-V^ J" ' 



antenatal 



ANTENICENE 



28 



APHID 




nnteni'cene antipalhcl'ic -_•; 

nnlen'na ^■.t_Ci^ ^^.^^ "-Jj-^-- onlipatlicl'ical 
antrit'nR " _ antipalhy 

antcnup'tial^i< — . 'TS.'-^ ontiph'onal ^^ '— "~\, 

ontcpcnull 'V^ ^ C^- an'lip''o"= >- ^-^ 

anlcpcnull'ima L. ^-♦''I^antiphony 

antepcnulfimale y' ,^\ an'tipode wjy -^, 

aiUeriora-^ — 'Vy^ — 1"/ ' antipodes N 

anteriority C^- if ^ antipopc | 

anie'riorly 3 i.^V^^-^ '~-f antipyre'sis L. 

an'teroom 3 [y^ V-J C-^-^antipyret'ic 

an'lhem anlipyrine 

an'lher 3 /- "— f ~7' o"''q"arian 

ant-hill 3 . i -^ V V antiqua'rianism' 

anthology ANTIQUARIANISM 

Anthon — j- ^_;A antiquary . y "% 

An'ihony (> o,JL- T ^"''''i"''"'' ^'"^-^ ' 

anthracite " • -- v| antique' 

anthrax ,_;I\ ■S\ ■!)_ antique'ly S^- 

anthropoid LJ> A" A antiqucness -k^ — ^jA — . 5 I 

anthropoidal N ^ a"''l'"''y 

anlhropolog'ic ^^r^ ,_J\' A ' antisabbata'rian ^_i. "V' ii 

anihropolog icnl C^C^<Z^- antisabbatariaim J ^, 
anthropologically xZ_ N(y X/ a"'iscorbu"tic ^^ 

anlhroporogist,_j!\ .^ -^^ antiscorbu'tical 

anthropol'ogy <r^<F^<Z aDiiscp'tic 

anthropomcfric V^ VY Xr/^ANTISEPTIC 

anthropomct'rical^ — ^- ^ antiscp'tical — ^••. — 'v 

r.nihropomctrywf\_<^ yQ antiseptical-lyJ ^ X 

anthropomorphic O y? n. — /^V^miscp'tically == — ?- 

anthropomor'phically' ^— ^- antislav'cry. — ti^^ /'"^ 

anthropomor'phism — >')- «; ANTtSLAVERYj' '^ ' 

anthropoph'agi ^"^"^-V^^ /V \ antispasmod'ic 

antibil'ious^^ ^^ X^,J,„/0'tfyANTlSPASMODic " - =■■- ^- ' 

an'tic N/"^- '-r~f^ • — antistrophe L. 

an'tichrist i antistroph'ic 

aniichris'tian ^.s— P ~-S -ir-f antith'cses -y Y' 

antichristian' J., L antith'esis te (o 

anlichristian'ity C anlithet'ic 

anticipate — i- — 1 — 1 antithcl'ical . ^ 

I him Li el anlithet'ically ^. " ^. X 

I his ' ant'lcr 

II answer (sec his) 1 — 1- — 1 Antoinette' 

I that <L, o/^\ <i^, Anto'nia _Ji^ ^j-J^.. ~j,J, 

II the (sec that) ^<J_S>' ( ^ Anto'nio 

I the ^^ — ^ 1 Anto'niua 

I them 1 J. <L Antony ^jvJJ> _kJ. 

I their I / Antwerp " 

II account (sec their) — -. ^ — >t — 1 an'trum L. ^^ j\ ^ 

i this <L J.. J, Anu'bis L — 

II account (see this) 2_ ? U a'nus L. 

I you 1 ^ — 1 N^ ^ an'vil — ^- ^-^' "^^ 

I your K, K k. an^'i^'y >- "I '^'^ 

II answer (sec your) /^ x*^/ anxious (^ 

I yours . ^ — --r ^-^ anx'iously --y^ - — i 

anticipa'tion i i '~^- ■'^ ° anxiousness ^ <^<C^ _.__^ 

anticli'max P* Nj * a'ny 

anticlinal oi -_» ANY 

atxtidotal ^i__ / i*" r ' account 

antidote ''-^ I 1 1 answer 

Anlie'lam ^. 1 better — . 

antifebrile ^-'t-~t Vjs. ^ ~\^^n than (see better) 
ante-federalisi ^ ^ 1 body 

antifric'tion _^-- , .^- 1 circumstance ^ — p 

Antigone \ -^ If i doubt J., 

Antiflcs' ^ I effect 

antimacas'sar — ^. ,j,^^_^' individual - -wi ■ — -^v '--^ 

an'timony' — 1' > L_;3T''^i interest _ iT^. 1 fo..- 

Anlino'mian ^ ^ — t^ 1 less ' 

Antino'miani»m^:^-j--^ ^_^ 11 than ^— ^ -^ 

Antioch /-^,je_ llLa I longer ..yfc. — C ^ 

Antio'chus ' II than (, 

Anti'ope — ;, ^, ^if^ 1 man 

antipa'pal \i \ \i 1 more 

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II be (sec may), 
will 

II be (sec will)-— \/\^^ 
anybody's business, 
a'nyhow 






i more 
II than 
I possible 

I that 

II is (sec that) 
a'nyway 

a'nyways 
a'nywhcre 

I else 

I that — <yt 

a'nywhilhcr ,V... 

a'nywise 

a'orist 

aor'ta i 

apace' 

Apa'ches 

apart' 3 

apart'mcnt 

apathct'ic 3 

apathet'ical 3 

apathct'ically 3 

ap'athy 3 

ape 

Ap'ennines 

apep'ay 

.apc'rient 

ap'erture 

a'pcx 

aphcr'esia 

a'phid 




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APHIDES 



29 



APPREHENSIBLY 





aph'ides L. r .• i'' apothe'osi/c \^ v ^, v -y applicability 

a'phis L. ^ — ., -Vj VJ Appalach ee ^^ >/./ >/ (/, applicable X \ 

aphon'ic \^ Appalachian [q ^ APPLICABLE-Y-ILITY ^ 

aph'orism c-^ c-j* c-jc appall' ^ ^ \y^ / ap'plicably 

aphoris tic ^ — . i, ^. APPALL \( ji. "applicant . 

aphoris'iical |_ T appall ing Q^ application \^ 

aphoris tically <Hv c->y c-^' appalling \ -^ -^^\/^^ applique' F. 1^ «> '^.^ 

aphrodisiac ^ \ \ appallingly ..../t!... vT ■^^. apply' I %__ Ny /^ 

aphrodisiacal^ 2 J ^ i ^. APPALLINGLY^-^ 1 his 

Aphrodi'te <r-.< ' \ ^ \ > appanage \ \ /I \ .'that \ \ \ 

apiarist A 'Xr "X^ apparatus >.• V^ t X /i thr .< / -1 . 

a'piary r apparel / ^^ 1 their 

ap'ices L. <: I < -! appareling v \ . \ J^' 'hem \ \ "^^ 

apiculture >© » . \o apparent r/"^'^^^ >^ 1 themselves 2 _/ ^ 

apiece' i | apparently ^ ^ 1 there V VO / 

apish < \ / "V apparition I \ P \ 9 -; ^ 1 your \ \^ 

apishly 'N *\-^ *) appari'tional vr Vr V 1 yourself .. fT ^ 

ap'ishness — / " '<i_9 appeal' i appoggiatu'ra ^ 

aplomb' f'- "s, \ "( appealable I-; y^ < -J ^-^^appoint' 1 , ,i v 

apoc alypsc >, \ c \ o appealing i V > ^. >J- ' appoinfable n, \ ...> 

apocalyptic ^no^ ^ — appealingly I '(_" APPOINTABLE ' N^ 

apocalyptical -C \ < appeal'ingness 1 <^ •; X. appointee' N. a a 

apocalyptically \ 2^ 2 2.^^ ^, appear' y., >_^ appoint er 1 ^ >L '5, 

apocopate i^_l %. ' APPEAR Os_P ' appointing! |' ^ 

apocopation \ < \ ' that "X ' 'N,,^ X^ appoint ive i ;^ ^ ^^ 

apoc cpe L. > ^_> ^ >: — 1 1 there I .^ appoint'ment .'x "j,^ 

apocrypha ' ^ ' \ V.- 1 to have ' APPOINTMENT ^ 

apocryphal / .( y, appearance •! yo ^\ \ appointor i a \, \/ /^ 

apocryphally \-r: — 1 V — 1 ^ \, APPEARANCE >/ '- ......N. Appomattox Sv^ V~J o V^ 

apogee 3 S- ^-'' / appeasable I Ns^appor'tion 3 

Apollina'risN^ /-■'^' V /^ •\ ^^_^appeas'ableness i •? •? \^ appor'lioner 3 

Apollo V. V '^ \ P^ appease' I ^fc \o ....^apportionment 3 

ApoUodo'rus 1 a-an-and >n_P ap'posiic 

Apollonian <^ ^^_3 \ ^— __?-( ^ 1 her \^ \r) \«> ap'positely '\ "C -C 

Apollo nius V'^ V^ " nA i his .....?t>^. .7: ./f..ap'positcness >*>- >p >p 

Apollyon 1 the 1 apposition YT To 

apologetic <. ^-7 \ ^-7. < ^-7. 1 them \, \o \ apposition \. < \„ 

apologeticalV- V^<^— V"^^— lus ^. .^. />?.. apposi tional ...T..... Nj> ...^.. 

apologct ically 1 your "^ ' APPOSITIONAL f I 

apologetics ■^ /'l_o'\ /^ "C /-7 app^ascd' i "s. "v \ '-^'^ appos'itive 3 '/ nT 

apologize V^ N t' V V appeas ing i \p ^^5^,^ > ) appos'itivcly >^ >p -.-"V-- 

apologi/ed appellancy \ APPOSITIVELY [, \^ j' 

apologi/ing < /7 \. ^ V/ APPELLANCY v /-'= \ \ appraise' ,^^^ ^ t r^ 

apol ogizingly V''^^ VX' /,, appellant n/ X/'. X'r appraised' >o >p 

apologue -^"^ appellate appraising | 

aiSoIogy •\ /^ \ \' ' <:o"f' \ ^ \ \ ^ appraisement tv 5. ^ «; 

apoph asis Gr.VV X \ 1 judge ■ Nr^ Xy Xy appraiser >j^ > X 

apoplectic V £V X . I jurisdiction / 'a appreciable '^ ^ 

apoplcc'lical ^, v , -^^ I appella'tion V^ .^~) v -v ^ APPRECIABLE-Y ^ <^ ><^ 

apoplexy ^ X Xp appellative X/* .-'\ ^^ appre'ciably j 7 ^ 

apostasy \j , X ■ f appel lativcly ^- ^ appreciate ^ ^y - 

apostate ^ 'C '\, ' ' appcl'latory -. . ^X. >^ \ / appre'ciaiingly «1 X ?; > ^ 

apoi'latize Xo X, X, appellee' I ^^' v. X/^ ^ appreciation \ \ X 

apoi'tatizcd | | appellor' opprc'riativc '^'' Oa< _y 

apo-.'i.ilizing ^ •"'' ^ ■''' ^ append' oppre'ciatively '^ «v^ „|jt\ 

ai'.-, tlr X> X„ X, appendage "J. )!> Vj APPRECIATIVELY 

npo:. tle^hip \ ( '•PP'^"'' 3nt / apprc'ciativcntss 

apoi'iolate ^ ■^.^'V \ appen'dix v< <n. "v. apprc'ciator <;! v 

aposlol ic Xp X^ X appertain' 3 |> T M apprc'cialory X 

APOSTOLIC fj Y L_ »P'pclency \ r. ]' \ appre'ciatonly / 

apostolical •^ v ■y^ appetite -t < ■t j apprehend' 5; ^ »!:' 

APOSTOLICALLySo XoX>^ ap'ptti/cr X -x X. 1 a-an-and X^ X_, 

apottolically Y^ J^ f^ ap'pctizing J^ ' ''"°''"^'' 

apostolic'ily < X^^ <. np'pelizingly •« \^ >.^ 1 her ^ 

APOSTOLICITvNa_, >f I X Appian X| TiJ' Xo I his X^ 

apoi'trophc j'] [- Ap'pius U 1 it ' 

apostroph'ic 'C 'C^ ^ ^ applaud' <i^ '^^' <f ^ 1 that XXX 

apostrophize >b- »o >« applause' 1 X. Xo >p iihe(»ec that) \.^ X^ X_^ 

apo> Irtiphi/cd \j r I" applau'tivc I | \^ilhc ~ ? 

apostrophizing^ ^ ^'^ v^^=^ applau'sivcly I «^' <^^ ^ i them cv tv <v 

apothecary ''l 7. ? ap'ple 3 \a ^ N X_, 1 us X^ Xj -^^i^^ 

apoitiegm l~ (r^- t>L^ Ap'plcgale X/ I apprehending ( 

apolhcgmal ic <( ^'o^^^ v, ap'plc-jack 3 <^ '^ <: npprehcn'sibic i-' X^^ 1^ 

apothcgmal ical ;, X X, Ap'niclon > \- / APtRUHi:N5tBLE-YV.,4» ^^«^.aD 

apotheosis C— .,->._ (..w>. fa appliance 3 / . J apprchen'sibly ^^S ^ 




APPRKIIHNSION 



30 



ARE REQUIRED 



apprchen'sion 
npprchcn'sivc 
apprchcn'sivcly 

npprchcn'sivc iKss 
apprentice 
nppren'liccship 
apprise' i 
apprised' T 
appris ing 1 

approach' 

I a*an-and 

I his 

I it 

I the 

I us 

I you 

approach'able 
approach'ableness 

approba'tion 3 

ap'probative 

APPROBATIVE 

ap'probativeness 

APPROBATIVENESS 

appro'priate 

appro'priately 

appro'priateness 

appropria'tion 

appro'priative 

approv'abic 

APPROVABLE 

approv'al 

APPROVAL 

approve' 

APPROVE 

I a-an-and 

I his 

I it 

■ the 

approv'ing 
APPROVING 




ArabcI'la 
f /"arabesque 
^^" Arabia 



/ V y\- 



>v ARCHITECTURE-AL 

'^' \" ar'chi'travc 



Ara'bian 

Arabic 

ar'able 

arach'nida 

arach'noid 

Ar'agon 

Ar'al 

Arama'ic 

Aramc'an 

Aran'sas 

Arap'ahoc 

ar'biter 

arbil'rament • 
ar'bitrarily / 
ar'bitrarincss 
ar'bitrary 



/\ 




ar-b.trary rv "v y\ 

ar'bitrate / \].y ■^ \. X 
arbitration . ^ ^ 



ar'bitrator 

ar'bor 

arbo'rcal 



arborcs'ccncc •-* ^ ^^^ 



ArrKuviMU ^ 

apprcv'ingly .5V NsC-^?\. 

APPROVINGLY ^^'' I ^^Z 




approx imate j.ation 

APPROXIMATE-ED-L" 

approx'imately 

approxima'tion 

approx'imativc 

approx'imatively^ 

appur'tenance 

appur'tenant 

apricot 

A'pril 

a'pron 

a'propos 

APROPOS 
apse 3 
apsis L. 

»P<3 

apt'itude 3 
apfly 3 
apt'ness 3 
Apu'tia 
Apule'ius 
a'aua L. 

f fonis L. 

I vitae L. 
aquarelle 

aqua'rium c — ^y 
Aquarius 
aquat'ic 
•q'ueduci 
a'qucous 
■'qui form 
aq'uiitne 
Ar'ab 




\« 



\ 






p. 




^_n. 



Cto 



arbores'ccnt 
arboricul'tural 

arboricul'turc /~\ /'~*~\ 
. arboricul'turist/ N/^ * 
ar'butus 

arc 3 
arcade' 
Arca'dia 
Arca'dian 
.arca'num L 
arch 3 

archae'an 

archseolog'ic 

archxolog'ical 

archaeolog'ically 

archasol'ogist"^ 

archaeology 

archa'ic 

ar'chaiSm 

archan'gcl 

archangel 

archangcl'ic 

archangelic 

archbish'op 

ARCHBISHOP 

archbish'opric 

archdea'con 

archdca'conry 

archdea' 

archdeaconshi 

archdi'oce 

archdu'cal 

archduch'ess 

archduch'y 

archduke' 

archdukc'dom 

arch'er 

arch'ery 

ar'chetypc 

Ar'chibald 

archiepis'copacy 

archiepis'copate 

Archimedc'an'^ 

Archimc'des 

archipel'ago 

ar'chitect 

architccton'ic 



ar'chivc 
arch'ly 3 
arch'ncss 3 
ar'chon 

arch'wisc 3 
arc'tic 
I Ocean 

Ardennes' 
ar'dcnt 3 
ar'dcntly 3 

ar'dentness 3 ',\. 
ar'dor /-M 

ar'duous 

/^^r'duously J\r^ 
ar'duousness^JT y 
are 

ARE 
■ all 
I aware 
I better 
I called 
I capable 
I derived yx 
■expected/ K 
favored 




\^ ^ 




V^/^ 



"XxZl 




I interested 
I justified 
Li known 
I made 
I mentioned 

I more 

II certain (see more) 
I necessarily 
I necessary 
I never 
I nevertheless 

I not 

II a-an-and 
11 in 
II now 

II our 

III own (see our 
II positive 
II ready 
II required 
II right 




conry ^, ^ nx > „ 
'conship//. -^L -^j. II 
lAcoNSHiin—^ \ — >r \—^l II 



J^>. architec'tural 
"^ > archiiec'turally 
ar'chilccture 




II such 
II the 
to be 

"V " upon 
II wrong 
II ye 

I notwithstanding 
I now 
I perhaps 
I placed 
y^P^ I pleased 
I positive 

I quite 
I rather 
I ready 
I real-ly 
I reasonable 
I received 
I referred 

regarded 

rendered 

reported 
I represented 
I required 




iRE RIGHT 



31 



ARROGATE 



I right 

I said 

II to have 

III a (see said to have) 
I sensible o 
I some /Ir 

I somehow -V. 

II or other i — ^ 
I sometimes 
I subject B 
I successful/ N 
I such / 



A A 



/~\ 




11 a-an-and (see such) >> J> fi Ar'i 
isudden-ly A. /i / \-^Ar'i 

I supported 



i supposed 
II to have 
I suspected 

I sure —V -x^ 

iitheir-lhcrc(sec3ure) n \\ 
I sworn ^ J 

I the yi — — - 

I their / 

II own 
I then 

I there 

II as many 

II many 

III cases (see many) 
I thereby 

I therefore 

I they 

I understood 

I very 

II certain (see very) 

I we 

II deceived 
II decided 
II doing 

II having 
H willing 
I worth 
I wrong 

I you 

II absolutely 

III certain 
II accustomed 
II coming 

II going 
H likely 

III to 

iiti have (see likely to) 
II prepared 
II ready 

II really 

If sure 

H thire 

II willing --. ^".^ 

I your w 

II own (see your) 
a'rea 

AMEA 

arena 




ar'gol 

ar'gonaut 

argonau'tic 

ar'gosy 
argot' F 
ar'gue 3 
ar'gument 

ARGUMENT 

argumenta'tion 
argumen'tative 
argumen'tativcly 
argumen'tativeness 

gus 

gus-eyed 
argute' 
argute'ly 
argule'ness 
Argyle' 
a'ria It. — 
Ariad'ne A 
A'rian 

A'rianism 
ar'id 3 





arise x -^ 

Aristar'chus .d 
Aristi'des 

aristoc'racy 

ARISTOCRACY 

aristocrat 

ARISTOCRAT-IC-AL 

aristocral'ic [l-Y. 

aristocrat'ical 



yL. 4: 



aristocrat'ically jp^ 9~ _ ^P 

Aristoph'anes-r l-^^: -rb>— ^ <\y^ 

Aristote'lian X" 

Aristol'le A~A 

arith'metic ^y <^, 

ARITHMETIC-AL-LY | 
arithmet'ical > A 

arithmct'ically^W. - ^ 
arithmcti'cian 
Ari'us -\ 



Armor'ica 

Armor'ican" 

ar'mory 

Ar'mour 
arm'pit 
arm'-rest 3 

arms 3 
arm's 3 
I length 

I reach 
Arm'strong 
ar'my 

ARMY 
I worm 
arnica 
Ar'no 
Arnold 
aro'ma 

aromat'ic 
aromat'ical 
arose' 
around' 3 
I a 

I about 

II that (see about) 
I an 

I and 

II around 
I her 
I his 

I it 
' its ^. 

II own (see its) p 

I the ' 

I them 
I us 

I which 

II a-an-and (see which). . 
I whose 7* 



:5a 



T 

"V 



.^.... 



":^.^ 



'y^/ 



■^. ^„ 



ark 3 
Ar'kansas 

Ar'lington 

arm 3 

arma'da 

arma'dillo 

Armagh' 

armament 

ar'malurc 
arm'chair 3 
Arinc'nia 

■t^ Arme'nian 

\ ^ arm'ful 3 

arm'hole 3 






X y( 



■re'ola i « -^ 

are'olar i Y 

Areop'agufl 

Arcfhu'M 

Ar'gand 

ar'gent 

Ar'gentlne 1 
■ rRil /*■ — 

argilla'ceout 

x^:^"""yn A- 

Aigo 



4 






A 

AO. 



arm ing 3 

Armin'ian 

Armin'ianilm 

Armin'ius 

armip'otcncc a") 

armip'olent 

■ r'mi^ticc 

arm 

arm 




arouse 3 
aroused' 3 
arous'ing 3 
^ arpeg'gio It 

/\r^ ar'quebus 

arrack 3 

/CJ' arraign- 

arraign'ment 

ARRAIGNMENT 

arrange' 

arrangc'ment 

ARRANGEMENT 

ar'rant 3 

ar'ras 3 

array* 

ARRAY 

arrayed' 

ARRAYED 



"■"T^ X' 

"? 1"' 

^ "• 

1 "C" 

(^ ^"' 

■7 T" 




^ 



ni^ltcc — y -^ 

iicji 3 ^-—^». J 

,lrt 3 \ 



^W^ 



array ing 

ARRAYING 

arrcar' i 

arrear'age i -S. ^ 
arrest' Vv 

I of judgment 

1 the 
arrcst'cd 
arrcsta'tion 

arrestee' 
arrest cr 
arreitive 

■rriv'al i 

arrive' i 

ar'rogance 

sr'rogant 

ar'rogantty 

arrogate 



A 









> 

A 



1 



-^ ~v-s 



ARROGATION 



32 



AS PROPF,R-LY 



••^-- 



arroga'tion — 

nrrondiisement' P. 
ar'row 

ARROW 

Rr'row-head 
ARROW-HEAD 
arrowroot -->y y\ 
ARROWROOT A -1 
ar'rowy 

ARROWY 

ar'scnal 
ar'senatc 
ar'senic (n.) 
arsenic (a. 
arsen'ical 

ar'senide 
ar'senile 
ARSENITE 



■^'.. 



^ 




Ar'thur 

ar'tichoke 

ar'ticle 

artic'ular 

articula'ta L 

arlic'ulate 

articula'tion 

ar^tifice 

artificer 

artiB'cial 

artiBcial'ity 

artil'lcry 

artirieryman 

ar'tisan 

art'ist 3 

artiste' F. 

artis'iic 

artis'tical 

artis'tically "^l "^ f 

artless 3 ^^^ ^^-^ 

art'lcssiy 

ari'lessness 

Artois' 




^ 



y^i 



Ar'yon -^ 
aryie'noid •J'- 



<-^ 



AS 

• a o 

« (act (see a) 

II matter of course 

Mil fact 

iiu law 

■ each f P 

n can (fee each). . - ..Tr= 

t early 

as (see early)o~Sw'T) r 

1 eflective ' ^ 



I far 

u as 

m are (see as] 

m possible 

I fast 

■ as 



I" can ^ 

ni be (see can) f.».T 
at poasible ^ ' 






•i- -^•111 the 

y'')-^ ^111 they ....e....e....e 

' 11.1 can (see they) V> >^ y 

I . ."V /H 11 a-an-and (see for) V_ V_, V_ 

' I full 

--. M a-an-and (! (J f 
'1 > II as ^ ^JS ^ 
' III a-an-and (see full) 
■^ III possible Q fi 
•d-i- I general ^^ J 

I glad ^ *- 

II as 

I good . Q^ "^ 

II a-an-and ^-° 
>, II as 

d.^v '" ^ (see as) o-o o-p °"\_ 

III possible ^ 

I great 

II a-an-and „_ „_, .^j 

II as 

III a (see as) 

111 possible o-^ <r\ ..-,.. 
i had V ' 

II been 

■>. iiia-an-and(seebeen).. ... O 

V_ 1 has s. ^ 

II been (see has) O /> ^ 

■he > -A_<^. 

' ■ II accepted (sec he) 

I his O q «-( 
^'■*^— ^ II address (see his) b 1^ 

•■• I 1 admit 

II agree (see I) <?, — ^ ^ 
/^■ I if ?... 

^^ II a-an (sec if) 

I is O CL 
/\^ t' II a-an (see is) 

II appeared 
11 appears .. .^.- 

II can \ 'v ^ — = 

III be (see can) 

II cannot ._. — ^ 

III be (see cannot)' — s '-r> J-^ 
^f^ II could ^ 

"y 111 be (see could) ^ . 

II had ^ ^ I 

ji III a-an (see it had) 

x^lc II happened ..o . _. . 

II happens ^ I ^ 

\ II has ° 

) III a-an (see has) ......... 

II is <J <^ rf 

III a-an 
^... iimay .. y_ • u- • 

^ III be (see may) <r -"""^ -""^ 

II might 

III appear (see might) ^.. 

II must ^^ ^^^ ~ 
. -- III be (see must) p p. 
V II ought ... 

III not (see it ought) ' 'ay 

f II really f^ 

II required .^^.. >.<,-^ ^Z^— ^ 

II requires *^ ' '^ J 

11 rested 

uresis ..^ jT... ... 

II seemed '■ '^ ^■> 

III impossible 

.tj^.__. II seems ..,■- . -. -^^- . .^.^ 

^^ III impossible '^■'^^ ' * ^*5'"*> 

n should 
. Ill be (see should) -_. - 
II sometimes -^ -^^ ^^ * 



II surely 

III can (see surely)-. _ . — 

II was J J \ 

III a-an-and -' ' 

II were - .-^. .. -^ . . .-*| — 

III a-an (see it were) \ ' 

II will ^ p p 

III appear (sec it will) i k ...^. 
II would \ 
iiiappear(seeitwould) f j> 

I just '- . ..o... .^. . / . 

II as 1-x 
I large as 

III a-an J^ . . .f 
III possible o o' 
I late 

lias C C' C\. 

Ill possible 

1 lately as /^ -^ 

I likely C C i~ 

II as 

III a-an (see as) -.«: — p / /^ 

I little t 6 r 

II as 

III possible /'no '-^ '-'^ ' 

I long C 

II again 

II ago ^^'^ <).^'~-^ <l_.P 

III as . 

II as 

III a-an (see as) '— f "'""-v^ 

111 possible -^d ■ — 

I many 

II a-an (see many) 

II as 

III are (see as) 
III possible 

I matters 

II are 

III now 
II seem 

I may 

II be (see may) ir^ ""^ 

I might tj— V .X 

II appear (see might) 
I most 

I much <r"^5i- -/?-/" 

II again (see much) ' . » 

II as 

III a (see as) .R .-.P...P. 

III are o 6- cAx. 

Ill possible 

I must ..y?...a-^t5 — V 

II be (see must) °\^ ^k 

I near 'S ^ ^.^^ o 

II a-an (see near) 

II as 

III a-an ^, p g o . 

Ill possible >o (J^X^' 

I necessary 

II as o P 

I now Q._Q^ Q ^ . . r~* 

I often 

II as f 

•our -r?._.'T>i...?\. 

II own (see our) 1 u 

:rv \ \ Vo 

III case 

III matter ^ ' '^ *?. 

"".. ^ ^ ^ \> 

I positive I 

I possiblc-y ^ "X '^ 

I probablc-y x \ \ 

I propcr-Iy \ ^ ^ 




AS SACRED 



33 



ASSENT 



I sacred 

I safe 

II a 

II as 

III a-an (see as) 
iti possible 
I satisfactory _ ^ 

I secure .r!-y< 

II a-an L^ 






^ 



II amount (see to) 

I usual-Iy ^'-=> 

ir done 

I was 

II a-an (see was) 
I we 



t. ^ r 




II as 

1 sensible 

I shall 

n be (see shall) 

I she 

II can (see she) 
1 significant 
I simple 
I singular 

I small 

II as 

III possible 

I so ^ 

II many (see so) J 
I Soon 



r^ ^{ 









<5~^ Q-y 



^ asafet^ida 

A'saph 

/ asbes'tus 

Q ' As'bury 

II as As'calon 

III a (see as) -- ascend' 

III possible Q__9 Q p C2 s ascend'ant 

II as 

I strong Q Q Q 



II admit (see we) 

I well 

II as (see well) 

III possible /^^\ /^ /^\ 

I will b x> o fax 

II be (see will) 
I willing 
I worthy 

I would 

II be (see would) 
I yet 2 
1 you \ 
M are (see you) 

I your 'T-/ 

II own (see your) 

yours 



r r 



I It 

I that 

II it (see that) 

I the 

II most (cp. take-the)V 

I their ^ 

II aid (see their) 

I them -V.- 

II that (see them) '■ — ' 

I us .[ 

I you .y . 

I your ^ — ■ 

II age (see your) 

I yours ^ — 

askance' y 

askant' 
askew' 3 
aslant' 
asleep' 
aslope' 
Asmode'us 



x\ 



c I 






ch) /" f..J... 



( 

C-)-) 



II a 
II as 

I such 

II a-an (see suci 

I that 

II amount (see that) Q^_^ 

I the 

II other 

III amount 
1 their 
It own 

I there 

II are ..N 

III more (see arc) ) 

II can 

III be (see can) . .\ 

II cannot ) . . 

m be (see cannot) ^s^^ 

II has ■*■ "^ ^ 

III been (see has) 

II is 

III a-an (see is) .J 
ti may 

III be (see may) 

n w/ai 

III a-an (aee was) 

II will 

III be (see will) .. \ . . 
I therefore L-- 

I these Q C/ 

II nrc (see these) 

I they 

II admit (»ce they) 
I this 
M account (see 

I those 



asccnd'ont 

asccnci'enc 

ascend'ingly 

asccn'sion 

ascent' 

ascertain' 

asccrtain'able 

asccrtain'ablcncsS". 

ascertaining 

ascertain'mcnt 

ascct'ic 

As'cham 

asci'tes L. 

ascribe' 

ASCRIBE 

ascrip'tion 



.V ,.A ASCRIPTION 

T^ r>r^asep'tic 

■)-Y- 






n\ 




asex'ual 
-ash 3 

ashamed' 3 

Ashantee' 
. ash'-colored 3 

ash'en 3 

ash'es 3 
^she'ville 

Ash'land 

ashore' 
. Ashtabu'la 

Ash'toreth 

ash'y 3 

A'sia 

A'lian 



Asiat'ic 

. -"7". aside' i 

as'ininc 



hey) ^ 
■ ihia) U 



c c 



asinin ity 
ask 3 
I a-an-and 

I after 



■iarcounti(sec those) Z'. . -f-. . -f— 11 a-»n (see after) y 1 ■ ■) assem'bling 

I though ^ 'o-o ^ I tor ^ — ^ ^—\^ — I assem'bly 



II he (ice though) 
I thy 
I to 



f- 



II a-an (ice for) 

I his 

II father (see hit) 




asp 3 

aspar'agus 
as'pect 
asp'en 
as'per 
asper'ity 
asperse' 
asper'sion 
aspers'ive 
aspers'ively 
as'phalt 
asphal'tum 
as'phodel 
asphyx'ia L. 
\^^,^asphyx'iate 
As'pinwalU 
aspir'ant ■/ 
as'pirate \ 
as'pirating 
aspira'tion 
as'pirator 
aspire' ^ 

aspir'ing \\ 
aspir'ingly 
aspir'ingness • 
asquint' ■^ 

ass 3 
as'sagai 
assail' 
assail'able 



■L. 



assail'ant 

Assam' 

Assamese' 

assas'sin 
assas'sinate 
assas'sinating 
assassina'tion \ 
assault' , 6i 
assay' 
ASSAY 
assay'able 

ASSAYABLE 

assayed' 

ASSAYED 

assay'er 

ASSAYER 
asscm'blage 
asscm'ble 
ASSEMBLE-O'Y 



P .)• 



\ 



>. 

^ 






ossem'blyman 
ASSEMULYMAN , 
assent' 



ASSl-.NTINGLY 



34 



AT THE Piy£SENT DAY 






assent'ingly \ 
assert' -i^ 

I his 

I it 

I its 

ti own (see its) 

I that 

II belief (see that) 
1 the 

It most (cp takc-lhe)' 
I themselves 

I your 

II own (see your) \ 
I yourself / 

assert ing 
asscr'tion 
assert ive 
asseri'ively 
asserl'ivcncss \, 
assess' •/ 

assess'abic 

ASSESSABLE 

asscs-^cd' 

assessment 

assess'or 

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asteroid'al 

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Ath'ens 

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athwart' 

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au'burn 

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authcn'ticate 1 Maria 

authentica'tion_ _ — r\ 1 Mary 

authentic'ily (r-r-* Mj- / avenge' 

au'thor 1 l aven'ger 

au'thoress i — c\ - av'enuc i- <^ 

author'itative o'" "7 D aver' >-^._^ •' 

author'itatively \ '[^ av'erage 

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author'ity "D J averse' Xrr^ 

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awk'wardness 
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ax'es(pl. of axis) 3 

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ax'ially 

ax'illary -- 

ax'iom -{^ ' 

axiomat'ic 

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ax'letree ^-0» 

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ba'byhood 

ba'byhouse 

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Babylo'nia 

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baccalau'reate 

baccarat' F 

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bacchana'lia L 

bacchana'llan 

bac'chant 

bac'chante 

bac'chic 

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bach'elor 

bach'elordom 

bach'elorhood 

bach'elorism 

bach'elorship 

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bac'illary 

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bacillus L. 

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bactc'ricidal 

bacte'ricide 

bacteriolog'ical 

bacteriorogist* 

bactcriol'ogy 

bacterioscop'ic 

baclerios'coptst 

bacterios'copy 

bacle'rium 

Bac'tria 

Bac'trian 

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bagatelle' F.' 
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bairn banal' F. • ^ baptizing 

bait v, V V, c^ banal'ity V \ \ bar 3 

bake \ \ \ — < banana A •, V — -^ — '. \_> — j- , Association 

bakehouse | banco It. ^^ — ^| Barab'bas 

baker v.. \. \. , Ban'croft \ , Barata'ria v ^ >« v -^'i^ v • 

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bak'cry band'age / Barba'dian 

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balance .' band'ing 3 N r. barba'rian 

BALANCE <% ^ V^^^ban'dit v BARBARIAN 

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bald'ness i vC ^v^ V ' — ban'ian Vjj \ , V bar'bel ^ 

bal'dric ban'ish " _y bar'ber 

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bale \^__^ V V ban-ister V \^ \ barbette' \/ \^ \/ 

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bale'fully 1 account — ^— ^^ Barcelo'na C_--. 

bale'fulnessv. /^ \^ \. ' b'" Bar-clayx v 

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balk I V^ \ V BANKABLE V_^ r \ \ y bard'ish 3 "^^^ % ^ Y V 

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balk'y i ■y K. /^ \ bank'ing \ \ y > bard'ship 3 

ball I V — - V \ BANKING X^;/; V ^■^-•' bare 

bal'lad '• bank'rupt ^ — ^ — ■' bare'back 

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Bal'lantyne V J^ v J" \/ bank'ruptcy- V. .N^^^ X XjSy. , .bare'bone 

bal'last BANKRUPTCY^ — \ 1^~-Abare' faced 

bal'lasted y ^^, \ y- y /^ Banks v \ \ ) bare'facedly \ ^ N. -1 

bal'let F. V V V I. banner \_i — ° \_^ \ bare'facednessv/^^ ^^^ 

ballis'ta L. banning 3 EAREFACEDNESS 

ballis'tse L.y -^. V ^-T>.\/^' Ban'ning y \ y^ . ^ Jbare'foot 

ballis'tic V. I V. L_' ' — " ban'nock \;_xN ■;. \>i;ara'footed 

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balloon' y ^^^ y ^-A y . banns 3 \ \. \ bare'headed 

balloon'ist V V VC ban'quet J- N ; \ ^ bare'Iegged 

bal'lot . ban'queter ^ bare'ly 

ball'proof I >y^-«\ ^-y^ — v N- ~: Ban'quo y v y bare'necked 

ball'room i X ^^^ ^ ^ — ^ ban'shee N^, ^ V p' bare'ness 

balm 3 ^ Ban'tara ' _/ L — < bar'gain 

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balm'y i V y — ^r N/ ly ban'terer \ N \_^ barge 

balneol'ogy Ban'ting Aj -\X baric 

bal'sam < y^-g~>-' ,-g- — > : bant'ling y y Bar'ing 

balsam'ic V \/ \/T ^ ban'yan p!>' N^— Z \ barium 

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bal'uster BAPTISMAL-LY V^ \ j. V"^ bark'entine 

bal'ustered y ^^ y ^^- y ^-T3 — ■' baptis'mallyv \ ^^^^ \ Ear'ker y 

bal'ustrade N/ V V Baptist \ \ \ Barkis \ 

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Bar'ney 

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barn'yard 

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bar' on 

bar'onage 

bar'oncss 

bar'onel 

bar'onetage 

bar'onetcyv >-r^* \ '/ 
baro'nial \< ) V'^ 
bar'ony 

baroque' 
barouche 
barque 
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bar'renness 
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barricade'' 
bar'ricr 
bar'rister 

bar'room 3 
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bar'ler 

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basalt'oid 
bak bleu P. 
bak'cule 
base 

baseball' 
base'board 
b9»'born 
base'burner 
based \ , 

base'hearted ^ 
basc'less 

base'lcssness 

base line 

base ly t, p 



base'menl \, 
base'minded >n 
basc'mindedncss 

base'ness 

bas'cs (pi. of basis) 

Ba'shan 

bashaw* x 

bash'ful \ 

bash'fully -^ 

bash'fulness S^~ v 

bash'i-bazouk' Turk.^ ; 






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BASKETFUL 

as'l:etwork 
Basque 

bas-relief v \ 

bass (a fish) 3 ^.X ^ 
bass (niusic) 

I ctcf V 

I drum c — a 

I horn 
viol 



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bas'so It. 
bassoon' 
bassoon'ist 
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bas'so-rilic'vo It. 



bass'wood 

BASSWOOD 

bas'tard 



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bas'tardy v 
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bast'cd j- 

\/\ .Bas'lian v' 
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bath-room 3 

baths 

bath-tub 3 

bat'on 

Uaira 

batra 



bats'man 

battal'ia 

battalion 

batten \, 

batter 

battering-ram 

bat'tery 

baftle 

battle-ax 

bat'tle-cry \ 

bat'tledore 

bat'tle-field 

bat'tle-flag 

battle-ground 

battlement 

bat'tlemented 

bat'tue F. 

bau'ble 

Bau'cis 
Bau'er 
Baum 
Bava'ria 
Bava'rian 
bawd I 
bawd'tly 1 
bawd'iness i 
bawd'ry 1 

bawd'y 1 -^ 

bawd'yhouse 1 \ 
bawl I I 

bawl'ing 1 < ' 
Baxter >. 
bay ^— ^ 

Bay'ard v^ 
Bayley V. 
bay'onct 
bay'ou i vy 

bay'-rum' n"* 

bay'-win'dow 

bazaar' v 

bdellium L. >^ 
be ?) 

I able ^ \ 

II to (see able) \ 

f accepted v \/^^^ 

■ always \_-j^n .» 
II ready (see always) \/ y | 
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I believed 
I brought 

I called 

II (or 

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1 considered 

I correct v 
I determined ^ 
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I expected 

■ felt 

I found v. 

I glad \ 

I good enough ^ 

III 10 stale 
I granted 
I gratified 

really \ , 
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BE IT REMEMBERED 4° ^^^ 

II remembered X^ i where N'^NX^ . Be'atrice x< \ y 

II resolved V V-^^ V iia-an-and(seewherc) \/\ Beat ty V- > ^ 

II said \ I I wherever '^ beau ^ I 

1 kind cnough\ \ \ /-■"= ii a-an-and \ ri \ P i monde \. \^ >-~^ \, 

III to state V-^ \__ V (see wherever) \/<.\/V_ Beauharnais \^ V' V--, 
I likely '^'VJ'^^Vj, ' wheresoever ^ Beau'mont 

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I longer O C ' ' willing ^ beau'teously JQ ^JT 

II than V \ \ II to be V ^-v — \\ ^^- — 1 beau'teousnessv 

I made p- ^^ ^l^ "i have V \ V A^ ^ beau'tifier N V V 

II acquainted^. -^ i worth ^^\ beau'tiful IT ^^ ^^ 

(see made) , writtenv /i y / — y v beau'tifully 

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I meant \^ — .1 V-i 1 you beau'tify 

imentioned\ v 11 ready \ */l \ /l\/l/ ' beau'tifying \ ' V 

imet V— .^^V^ 11 right ^W \ V \ >>^ 1/ beauty 3 V T- V 

I mistaken ^^ — ^ in or wrong beaux 

I much V I your. \ \ \ beaux'-espritV F.y NT S. 

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II above / \j 1 yours ( (^ Q becalm' ) ' 

III a (see above) i yourself \ 'S. K becalm'ingv \ V ■• 
II deceived \ ^b ^ beach i \ \ N — p became' 
II found Xj- r ^ bea'con /^ / because' 
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tone N^/ ^ -- ^v \>t?ii i ^-^---_f- ^ • 'a 

I perceived 3 ^bead'ing i ^ 11 man 

I pleased \ \ A K JL beadle ^, z' ^. ^ 1 all 

1 ready \ ^^ I N/^ bead'roU I V \X V~^ " are (see all) . 

I received Np beads'raan i 1 an 

I regarded \. I ?~y c — 1 bea'gle < K \ " occasion 

I regretted ^^ NX \ beak i \ N \ 1 he 

I remembered ^X beak'er 11 came (see he) 

I rendered v /n^_^ Beall \ Z' S. \ ' *''^ 

I requested V^ V/' — p \ /] beam 1 N V — - \-~_^ 1 I am (see I) I 

I right ^^ ^^ ' beam'ing I 1 it 

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II to have \) N) ^^ bean i \ — r^^ ^ V^^ 1 of b _. 

I saved I \j bear ^ — ^ 11 his (see of) 

I seen V \ v 1 a-an-and s. \ \ i such -P -P — ^ 

II there x^_^ X,__^ \ 1 against V^^ X,^ V^ 11 a-an-and (see such). Z L- 

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I taken J I ^bear'ish 1 >,// ' yours 

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II as it may c t, J^ bear'skin ^^<i_9^^ ^ bechanced' \ j ^^-^— 
II one (see that) T * — ' beast i beck </ ff 

I the V V V beast'like -f X^' T Becker 

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I their ) beast'liness Y Y ' beck'on 

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I theirs ^ 1 \ beastly /l^...\a ..? become' 

I there J J ) beastly ^ — ^ y BECOME 

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I this x\ N \ beat'en i X \ vi 1 aware 

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I told ( ' beatif'ically \^ U- ' l> — '• ' 'bem 

II that V \^\^ beatifica'tion ^ \ 'v becom'ingly 
i very > ^N ^\,.^_J)eat'ify \. \ \. becom'ingness^ 
II certain (see very)(. ' ^ beat'itude \j—^ J 1 1, bed 




BEDABBLE 



41 



BEJEWEL 



\ Vl- \. \ 






bedab'ble 

bedaub' 

bedazzle 

bed'bug 

bed'chair 

bed'charabcr 

bed'clothes 

bed'cord 

bed'ding 

Bede 

bedeck' >■ 

bedev'i! 

bedev'ilmcnt 

bedew' 

bed'fellow 

Bed'ford N^^^^^ 

bed'gown x>, 

bedight' 

bedim' 

bedim'ming 

bedizen 

bediz'enment 

bed'lam 

bed'lamite 

Bed'ouin 

bed'pan 

bed'plate 




b' 

BEEN 
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I answered 

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I enabled [_^ 

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bees'v.'ax I ^^^i^ ^>w ^X 1 the 

beeswing i \- I 6 1 1 to 

beet ' < V S> " "'*''« (^^= *") ■>{ •< 

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bee'tle I iZ.^^ I begem' ^ — ^ /-^ 

bee'tIeb^owed^: V ^ begem'ming > 

beeves i TV' beget' 

befall' L V beg'gar 

befall'en v V 'K beg'garlinessN 

befalling \, V V beggarly 

befit' V, V_ beg'gary 

befitting •tC K C^\ begin' 

befit'tingly \ \ V BEGIN 

befog' *--^;_^ C.^^ ^ I a-an-and (cp. began) 

befogged' >: \ ^ begin'ner v i ^ ^ 

befool' Y \ \ BEGINNERN . -^ Vi-* ' 

before' ^ . V_ ^C^ begir'dle 

BEFORE I •■( ^ begirt' V 

1 a-an-and 1 I. u. begone' \-^ 

I and after ^ begonia 

I he begot' >r 

II knew V i-~ — < * * begot'ten x 

II knows begrease' 
I him begrime' 
1 his I- — ^ b fl begrudge' 
1 it will I beguile' 

III be (see it will) beguile'ment\ 

I many r* ^ — — 'W — ^^_J>beguiring 

II others I beguil'ingly 

I that \ Beguin' F. 

II time (see that) 1 1 v Beguine' F. 

I the *• s begum Ang.-Ind.' 

II foundation '' ^ /-*' begun' v 

II invention v\^ v~ — 1 \/ BEGUN \— rrj 3 

II last ^-^ --} 1 a-an-and (cp. began) 

II nation behalf 'C \ -^ 

II next \^ — Z> V- — C \r^ — i behave ^ ' 

III time (see next) V — ^ bchav'ior ^-7 
11 time behead' V y\ V V 

II world M i-</ t\ beheld' \^ I \ Vj — -^ 

I their v — ^ / behemoth ' (^ 

II own (see their) behest' "<. /" \ \ 

I Ihem *\ ) ; behind' V^ V? 

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III there (see they arc) K \ ) ' ''^ F p L 

I this / 1 C " °*" (^" ''^) ° ^ 

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I your I which v 'S N; 

Mown -J -J *'^ I whom •■•■/ —^^ 

bcforc'hand ( ^ behindhand ^ ^ 

BEFOREHAND < >: behold' vJ S. \/ 

befoul' ..1 \ N-,. behold'en n> V 

befriend' w V_ J beholder ' *- — ' 

befuddle \: \ a^ behooF \y^^ \^^ ^ 

bee \ ^^— N . behoove' V X N^^ 

1 (or V X be'ing 

I that V -[ \ V I a-an-and \ \ \ 

I the N , \ N r\ I determined X,^ V_^ ^^ — 1 

ilhcir •• /lit T 

I them \ V \ ' "" \ \ ■< 

I you \ . \ . \ I there V_^ N ^ ^ \ 

I your (^ f bcjew'el / 



BEJ EWE LING 



42 



BERIAH 



bcla'boring / 

belate' >0 S, ^\ / 
belay' V^ \ 

belay-ing 

belay'ing-pinv /'v_-\^' / 
belch V^ >> 

bei'dam 




\ 




belea'guer 
bclea'guerer 
bel'-esprit' F. 

b^en?;'VT^v^v2 

Bel'gian 

Bel'gium VZ_ N^AOv/ 
Belgrade' 

Be'lial 
befie' i 
belied' i 
belief 

believ'ability 
believ'able 

BELIE VABLE-ILITY 
believ'ableness 
BELIEVABLENESS 
believe' o^* 
I a-an-and Xj 

I another 

II account(see another) 
I him '^ 
I his 

I I am (see I am) ^ ^ ^ ' you 

I in Xv— o*-— '\>_^elsh; 

II a-an (see in) 

■ it ^ 

I cur vj 

II own (see our) 
I the 
I us 

believ'er 

believ'ing . 

belike' 

Belisa'rius 

bcliftle 

belit'tled 

Bel'knap 

beil 

Bell 



bel'Iowing \/^ 

beriows ^ 

bell'-punch 

bell'-ringer 

bell'-shaped 

bell'wether 

bel'ly V y/^ 

bel'lyache >/. 

bel'lyband 

bel'lyful 

bel'lygod 

belong' 

BELONG-ED 

belonged' 

belong'ing 

Beloochistan 

beloved' 

below' 






11 own 

I theirs 

I them 

I themselves 

I this 

I us 

I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 

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az'za 

belt 

belt'ing 

Be'lus 

belvedere' 

bely'ing ^^■ 

bemire' N 

bemir'ing 

bemoan' 

bemoan'ing 

bemud'dle 



I yourself \ 
Ben'edick ^ 
Ben'edicl 
Eenedic'tine 
benedic'tion 
bcnedic'tional 
benedic'tory 
benefac'tion 

BENEFACTION 

benefac'tor 

benefac'lress 

ben'efice 

ben'eficed 

beneficence 

beneficent 

beneficently 

benefi'cial 

benefi'cially 

benefi'cialness 

benefi'ciary 

ben'efit 

ben'efiting 

benev'olence 

benev'olent 

BENEVOLENT-LY-CE 

I Ass'n 
I Society 




Bengal'ee 






\^\r-^i:tr Vp„ > 



I Telephone Co. 

belladon'na 

Bel'lamy 

belle 

Belle \ .^ 

belle-leftrist V 

Beller'ophon 

belles-lettres F; 

bellelris'tic 

BELLETRISTIC 

Belle'ville 

beirflower 

bel'licose 

bel'licosely 

bellied 

bellig'crence 

bellig'erency 

BELLIGERENCY 

bellig'erent 

bellig'erentlyv v^ 

Belli'ni V ^ 

bell'-metal 

Bello'na 

bel'low 

bel'Iowed 



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bench'! 

bench'-warran 
end 




Bengalese'v 
benign' ^ 
benig'nancy 

BENIGNANCY 

benig'nant 

BENIGN ANT-LY-ITY 

benig'nantly 

benig'nity 

benign'ly 

Ben'jamin v 

~enn , 



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bend'ing 
beneath' 

I her 

II own (see her) 
I herself 
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own (see his) 

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I such 

II a-an (see such) 
I that 




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benumb' 

Benvo'liov 
ben'zene Vj, 
ben'zine 
ben'zoate \ 
benzo'ic ^-^ 
benzoin' 
Be'owulf \^ 
beplas'ter >* 
beplas'tered 
\ \ bepraise' ^ 

— Y V-^ bepraised' v 
k "s bequeath' 
V ov ''5 — 'bequeath'able 
bequeath'ing 
bequest' 
Beranger'v 




I yours 



berate' 

Berber " ^ 

bereave' ^ 9 K ^^ K 

bereave'ment X< N/ \>? 

bereff 

Bereni'ce \. v? v p «\. 

Ber'esford V^v)' \X<^ \ p 

ber'gamot ^ 

berhyme' 

berhym'ing 

Beri'ah 



BERING 



43 



BETWIXT US 




V^\X VK., 



Berkeley (\ 
Berkshire \ 
Bcr'lichingen 

Berlin' cv » / 

Berlioz' ^. 

Bermu'da 

Bcrnadolte 

Bernard' 

Berne 

Bernese' 

Bern'hard 

Bern'hardt 

ber'ry 
ber'serker 
berth 
Bertha 

Bertram 

ber'yl 

Bcsant' 

beseech' 

bcsee'-h'er 

bcseech'ing 

besecch'ingly K ^ \. 
beseech'ingr.cis Nd >o }s~ 
beseem- J^ C_^_9 

beseem'ing v ^~>J , 
bescem'ingly V — -.^ a" 
beset' 
beshrew* 
beside' 
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beftic't^ingly 

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besmear' 

besmear'inf^ 



besmirch'^ ^ > v ^ , 

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bc'som 





besot' >; 

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besot'tedly I 



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besot'tednessN 

besought' 

bespake' 

bespan'gle > 

bespat'ter 

bespeak' 

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bespoke' _--\.- 

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bespok'en 

BESPOKEN 

bespot' 

bespread' 

besprinkle 

Bess 

Bes'scmcr 

Bessie 

best 

I belief 

I evidence 

I judge 

I judgment 

I of my belie 
III judgment 

III knowledge \^^ v ^ 

III memory 
III recollection 

II your belief 

III knowledge 
111 memory 

I recollection > 

I time 
bestain' 
bestead' 
bes'tial 
besiial'ity 

bes'tialize 
bestially 
bestir' 

bestow^ 

bestow'al 

bestowed' 

bestrew' 

beslrid' 

bestrid'de 

bestride 
bcstrod 
bcstrown 

bet 
betake' 

eta'kcn 

bete noire F 
Beth'any 
Belh'el 
Bethes'da 
bethink' 
Bcth'lehem 
Bcth'Ichemitc 
bethought' 
Oethsa'ida 
bethump' 
bcthumpcd' 
bethump'ing 

betide' 
beiifne' 
betimes' 
beto'kcn 

etook' 
betray* 
betrav'al 
b- 
b< 

betroth 
betroth'ing 
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BEVEL 



44 



BISHOP 



bev'el 

bev 

bcv 

bev'y 

bewail' 

bcwail'ing 

bewail'ingly -^ 
beware' 

bewil'der 
bewil'dered 
bewil'deringly 
bewitch' 



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bewitch'ingly C v v ^ 

bewitch'ingness >. \ \ 



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beyond' 
BEYOND 

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bezique' 
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bi'as I 
bi'ased i 
bib I 

biba'cious 

bib'ber 

Bi'ble 

I class 
I Society 

bib'tical 

bib'Iically 

bibliog'raphcr 

bibliograph'ic 

bibliograph'ical 

bibliograph'ically 

bibliog'raphy 

biblioma'nia 

biblioma'niac 

bibliomani'acal 

bib'liophile v \ 

biblioph'ilisra\ 
biblioph'ilist X. 
bib'liopolc v^ b^ 
bibliop'oHst > ' 
biblicthe'ca L. 

bicar'bonate 

bicar'bureted 

bicen'tenary 

biccnten'nia! 

bi'ceps L. 

Bicet'rc 

bichlo'ridc 

bichro'naate 

bick'er 

bick'crcr 
Bick'erstaff 
bi'color 

bicon'jugatc\^ / 
bicus'pid ^' — • 
bi'cycle 

bi'cycler 
bicyc'Iic 
bi'cycling 



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bi'cyclist 
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I you 

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bid'dable i 
Bid' dc ford 
Bid'dic 
bid'den 
bid'der i 
Bid'dy 
bide X 
bien'nial 
bien'nially 
bier I 
bi'fid 
bifur'cate 

bifurca'tion 
big 1 
big'amist 

big'amous 

big'amy 

Big'elow 

big'ger i 
I than 
big'gest I 
big'horn ] 
bight I 
Big'low 
big'ly I 
big'ness i 
big'ot 

big'oted 

big'otedly 

big'otry 

big'wig 

bijou' F, 

"" ijou'try 

bilat'eral 

bilat'erally 

bil'berry 

bilbo. 

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bile'-cyst i 

le'-duct X K Y^ \V^ 
bile'stone i ^ Ll V J' 
bilge 

bilge'-watcr 
bil'iary 
bilin'ear 

■7 bilin'gual 
bil'ious 
bil'iousness 
bilk V /- 
bill X V 
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lange J- \birth'mar 



bil'lct 

bil'let-doux' 
bill'head x 
bil'liardist ^ 
bil'liards 
bill'ing I 

Bil'lings 

bil'Iingsgate 

bil'Iion C^_p (..^_(;i__ 

bill'poster x 
bill'sticker i ^ 
bimen'sal 
bimetal'lic 

bimet'allismN 

bimet'allist 

bimonth'ly 

bin X \ \' 

bi'nary ^ s*^^ 

bind I 

bind'er i 

bind'ery i 

bind'ing x 

Bing'hamptpn 

bin'nacle 

binoc'ular 

bino'mial 

binom'inal 

binox'alate 

binox'idc 
bi'ogen 
biogen'esis 
biogenet'ic 

biog'enist ■ 

biog'eny 

biog'rapher 

biograph'ic 

biograph'ical 

biograph'ically 

biog'raphy 

biolog'ic 

biol'ogist 

biol'ogy 

bi'ped 

bip'edal 

bipen'nate 

bipet'alous 

birch 

birch'en 

bird 

bird'cage 

bird'call 

bird'like 

bird'limc 

bird'seed 

bird's'-eye 

bird's'-nest 

biret'ta ^ /i 

Bjr'minghamN^I. 

birth 




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bis'muth 

bis'muthic 

bis'muthous 

bi'son v ,_, 

bisque ^<2L^ 

bissex'tile 

bis'ter i 

bistoury 

bisul'phate 

bisul'phide 
bisul'phite 

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bisul'phuret v-V^ 
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bitch I 

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bit'ingly i 

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bitterish 

bitterly 

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bit'terness >o 
bit'terswccl J 
bitu'mcn 
bitu'minous 
biv'alent 
bi'vatve >v^^ 
bival'vular > 
biv'ouac 

biv'ouacked 

bi'wcekly 

bizarre' 

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blab 
blabbed 
blab'ber 
black 3 
blackamoor 3 

black'ball 3 
black'balling 3 
blackberry 3 
blackbird 3 
btack'board 3 
Blackburn 
black'cock 
black'cn 3 
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black'guardism 
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black'mailing 3 
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black'ncss 3 

black'smith3 

black'snake3 

Black'stone 
black'lhorn 3 
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Black'wood 

blad'der 

blade 

blain 

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Blair 

Blake 

blam'able 

blam'ableness 

blam'ably 

blame 

blame'ful 

blame'fully 

blameTulness 

blame'less 

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blame'lessness 

blame'worlhy 

blame' worthiness 

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bland 3 

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blan'dish 

blan'dishment 

blandly 3 ^ 

bland'ncss 3 J 

blank 

blan'ket 

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blare 

blar'ncy 

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blar'ncying 

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blas'phemous 

blas'phcmously 

blas'phemy 

blast 3 

blasted 3 

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bla'lant 

bla'lantly 

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blind'er i 
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blind'ness x 
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bliss I 
blissTuI 

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BLISSFULNESS 

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blithe 

blilhe'ful ^ 

blithely ^ 

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blithe'somcly 

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block'housc 

block'like 

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blonde i ^ 

blond'ness x 

blood ^^ ^, 

blood'-bought N ^ 

blood'-corpuscle 

blood'guiltiness 

blood 

blood 

BLOODGUILTY 
blood'hound ^ 

blood'ily 

blood'iness <^ ^^/^ 

blood'lcss \. ^ 

blood'lcssly 

blood'Iessness ^,^. 

blood'Ietting iT >/ 

blood'-red 

blood'-rclation 

blood'-relalionship' 

blood'root 

blood'shed 

blood'shedder 

blood'shol 

blood'-spavin 

blood'-stain 

blood'stone 

blood'sucker 

blood'thirstiness 

blood'thirsty 

blood'-vessel ^ , ^^ 
blood'-warm \ cV' 
blood'y V_, 

bIood'y-minded/\ \ *\ , 

bloom \. ^^-! V— ^ 

bloom'er 

bloom'ing 

bloom'ingly 

bloom'ingness 

Bloom'ington 

bloom'less 

blos'som 

blos'soming 

blos'somless 

blos'somy 

blot 

blotch 

blotch'y 

blot'Iess 
blot'ter 
blouse 3 
blow 
blow'er 
blow'gun 
blown *»:^ 

blow'-off ^ 



blow'y 
blowz'y 
blub'ber 
blub'bering 
bludg'eon 

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blue'bird 3 

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blue'bottle 

blue'coat 3 <t^ "^ M 

bluc'-cyed >-»- V' I 



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blue'-laws 3 
blue'-mass 3 
blue'ness 3 
blue'-print 3 
blu'er 3 
blu'est 3 
blue'stccking 3 
blue'stone 3 
blue'-veined 3 
bluff 

bluft''ness ^^ "^ 

blu'ing 3 \>— v^ \- 
blu'ish 3 

blu'ishncss 3 

blun'der 

blun'derbuss 

blun'derer 

blun'deringly 

blunt 

blunt'Iy ^^ 

blunt'ness o/^ 

blur ^ 

blurt ^ 

blush V 

blush'ingly 

blush'Iess *^ 

blus'ter \ _ 

blus tered /* 

blus'terer 

blus'teringly 

bo'a 

Boabdir 
Boadice'a 
Boaner'ges 
boar 






bod'ily I 
bod'ingly 
bod'ktn 
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bod'y I 
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Boer D. 
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Boe'thius 



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bog'gle 

bog'gler 

bog'gy I 

bo'gie 

bo'gle 

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bog'trotter 

bo'gus 

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Bohe'mia 
Bohe'mian 
Bohe'nnianism 
BOHEMIANISM 

Boiar'do \. -. vrH 
BoYeldicu' V^ r V T 
boil I 

boil'er i ^ /'"^ 

boil'ing t N ' 

bois'terous 

bois'terously 

bois'terousness 

Bokha'ra 

bold 

bold'-faced 

bold'Iy 

bold'ness 

bole 

bole'ro Sp. 

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BQi'ingbroke ^^- J^ 

Bol'ivar 

Boliv'ia v^^ v>^ - 

Coliv'ian V Vo' V V:>- 

boll 

Bolo'gna 

Bolognese' 

Bolo'gnian 

bol'ster v^/O \/^^ 
bol'slered V^"^ V 
bol'stercr 
bolt v^ 

bolt'er v^ 

ing-cloth 

ton 
bo'lus 
bcmb I 
bom'bard 
bombard'mcnt ^ 
bonn'bast 
bombas'tic 
bombas'tical 
bombas'tically 
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bombazine' 
bomb'proof i 

bomb'shcU i \ 
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BON VIVANT 



47 



BOURGEOISIE 




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1 vivant F. 
bona fide L. 

I fides L 
bonan'za 
Bo'naparte 
Bo'napartcan 
Bo'napartism 
BONAPARTIS 

Bo'napartist 

BONAPARTIST 

bon'bon F. 
bond I 

bond'age In^ 
bond'-debt i 
bond'holder i 
bond'ing i 
bond'maid i 
bond'man i 
bondservant 

BONDSERVANT 

bondservice 

BONDSERVICE 

bond'slave 

BONDSLAVE 

bonds'man ^ 

BCNDSMAN >* 

bond'woman i 

bone 

bone'-ash 

bone'-dusl 

bone'less v ^ 

bone-phosphate^^ 

bone'set l 

bone'-spavin 

bon'firc 

Bonhcur' 

bonhomie' 
Boniface 
bon'iness 
bonne F. 
I bouche 
Bonner 
bon'net 
bon'nctless 
bon'nily i 
bon'niness i\ 
bon'ny i 
bon'nyclabber i 

bo'nus 
bony 
boo'by 3 
boo'byisb 3\ 
boo'dle 
bood'ler 

bochoo'3 -^V /■* \ \ 
bock 3 ■* V^ \_\ 

book'binder 3 
book'bindery 3^ 
bock'binding 3 
book'case 3 
book'ish 3 
bock'ishly 3 
book'ishneis 3 

book'kccper 3\ 
book'keeping 3\ 
book-learned 3 
book'-Icarning 3 
book'let 3 
book'-lorc 3 

book'makcr 2\ 
bookmark 3 
book'-noticc 3 

book'plate 3' 
book'-poit 3 
book'-ra' k -j 



bOL _ _, 
\'^ii V bootee' 



book'seller 3 
book'seiling 3 
book'shelf 3 
book'shop 3 
book'stall 3 
bookstand 3 
book'store 3 
book'-trade 3 
book'work 3 

book'worm 3 
boom 3 
boom'erang 
boom'ing 3 
boon 3 
Boone 
boor 3 
boor'ish 3 
boor'ishly 3 

boor'ishness 
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boot 3 




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booth 3 

Booth 

boot'jack 3 

boot'lcss 3 V 

boot'Icssly 3 Xy 

boot'Icssness 3 y^ 

boot'maker 3' 

boo'ty 3 

booze 3 

boozed 3 

booz'ing 3 

booz'y 3 

bopecp' 

Bopp 

borac'ic 

bor'age 

bo'ratc 

bo'rax 

Bordeaux 

bor' 

bo: 

bor'dcrland 

bore 

bo' re a I 

Bo'rcas v ^ o^ 
borc'dom N/ 
bor'cr 

Bor'gias^ ^ 
bo'ric \y/. 
bo'ridc 

born < ^^ \ /^ 

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bosh I 

bosk'y 

bo3'om 
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bonii 1 

boss'lim 

bosk'y I 
Boj'lon 









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Bos'worth 
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botan'ic 
botan'ical 
botan'ically 
bot'anist 
bot'anize 
bot'anized 
bot'anizer 
bot'anizing 
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botch I 
botch'er i 
botch'y 1 
bot'-fly I 
both 
both'er 

bothera'tion 

both'erer 

both'ersome 

Both'nia 

Bolh'nian 

Both'nic 

Both'well 

bottinc' 

bot'tle 

bot'tle-green 
bot'tle-holder 
bot'tler 
bot'tom 
bot'toming 
bot'tomless 
bot'lomry 
bou'doir' F 
bbugh 3 
bought I 
bough 
bougie 
bouillon' F 
Boulangcr 
boulc'vard 
Boulogne' 
bounce 3 
bounced 3 
boun'ccr 3 
boun'cingly 3 
bound 3 

I to be 
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II have \ \ ^ 

III a (see have) .^ ^^ 

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bound'ing 3 ^^ 

bound'Iess 3 \^ 
bound'lc^sly 3 
bound'lessness 3 

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boun'teousness 
boun'iiful 

BOUNTIFUL.LY 

bountifully 

boun'tifulness 

BOUNTIPULNESS 

boun'ty 

bouquet' 

Bour'bon 

Bour'bonismv ^> 

Bour'boniit \/^ 

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bourse F. V^ \^ 

boustrophe'don Gr. 

bout 3 

boutonniere' F. 

bp'vine 

bow (to bend) 3 




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bow (anything bent)\A \ N. y-c ''"E 2^ 
bow'-bells N/^ brag'gir 



brag 

Bragg 

braggado'cio 

brag'gardisrrt 

BRAGGARDISM 

brag'garl 

brag'gartly 



bow'-compass 
Bow'doin 
bow'el 3 
Bow'en 
bow'er 3 
bow'-knot 



rV V^ W/ ^brahmin'ic 

brahmin'ical 




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bow'-Iegged 

bo\vrer 

bow'line V//-^ \y. 

bcw'Iing n/"^ \. 

Bow'man (^ 

bow'-saw 

bow'shot 

bow'sprit 

bow'string 

bow'stringed 

bowstring'i: 

bow'strung 

bow'-wow 

bow'yer 

box 

boxed 

box'er 

box'ing 

box'wood 

boy I 

boy'cott 

boy'cotler 

boy'cottism ' 

Boyd . 

boy'hood 1 >■ 
boy'ish i 

boy'ishly ' V' 1 \*^ ^ /^ 

boy'ishness 1 \ ^ \ \/ 

Boyle ' 

Boyne 

B02 

Brabant' 

Brabant'er 

Braban'tine 

brace 

braced 

brace'let 

bra'cer 

brach'ial 

brachycephal'ic 

brachyccph'alism 

brachyceph'alous 

brachyg'rapher^ 

brachyg'raphy 

bra'cing cv 

brack'en \i:_^^ 

brack'et 

brack'ish 

brack'ishncss 

bract 

brac'tea! 

brac'teate 

brad 3 

Brad'bury 

Brad'dock 

Brad 'ford 

Brad'ley 

Brad'street 

Bra'dy 



ngly 
Brah'ma 

Brah'man 
brahman'ic 

brahman'ical 
brah'manism 
brah'manist 
. Brah'min 




brawl'er 
brawl'ing 
brawl'ingly 
brawn i cs< 

brawn'incss i ^ 
brawn'y i 
bray 
braze 
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bra'zen 
_bra'zen-face 
bra'zen-faced 



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brah'minist 

braid 

brail 

brain 

brain'less 

brain'lessness 

brain'pan 

brain'sick 

brain'sickly 

brain'sickness 

brain'y 

braize (\ ^ 
braized nd 
braiz'er 













brake'men 
Bra ma 
Bramapoo'tra 

bram'ble 

bram'bly 

bran 3 

branch 

bran'chice L 

bran'chial 

bran'chiate 

branch'iness 

branch'iess 

branch'let 

branch'y 

brand 3 

bran'died (x 

brand'ing 3 V^ 

bran'dish 

bran'dy 
bran'ny 3 

ant 3 
brash 
brass 3 
brass'iness3 
brass'y 3 
brat 
brava'do 

brave c\ . ^, 

brave'ly \> \y 

brave'ness ' 

brav'er 

brav'ery 

brav'est 

brav'ing 

brav'ingly 

bra'vo (interj.) 

bra'vo (n ) 

bravu'ra It 

brawl 










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Brazil' 
Braz: 
braz'ing 
breach rv 
breach'y \ 
bread / 

bread'fruit 
bread 
breadth 

breadth'less 
breadth'ways 
breadth'wise 
bread'winner 
break 
I a-an-and 

I across 

II a (see across)' 
I forth 
I ground 

I his 

II own (see his) 

I into 

II a (see into) 
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1 the 

I their 

II own (see their) 
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I themselves J 

this 
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II a (see through)! 
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break'age 
break'down 
break'er 
break 'fast 
break'fasted 
break'ncck 
break'water 

bream 
breast 
breast'-bone 

BREAST-Bp 

breast'ed 

breast'ing 

breast'pin cv \ 
BREASTPIN \j'<i 
breast'plate 
BREASTPLATE 
breast'work 
'breastwork 
breath 
breath'able 
breathe 
breath'ing 
breath'less 
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Breck inridge ( / 

bred L,.'^ ^ 

breech 'N.M \ 

breech-block / 

breech-cloth cv. 
breech'es \ 

breech'ing / 

brcech'-loadcr ' , ( 
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breeze i 
brcezc'Iess i 
brccz'incss i 
breezy i 
bre'hon 
Brc'men 
Bre'mer 
Bren'nan 

Bres'lau Cv /^ ^s^ ^ 
Brest >^ ^ 

Bretagne* 

brethren cv 

BRETHREN \-\ ^X^- 

Brcl'on j ^ 

breve i 

brevet' 

brevet'cy 

brc'viary 

brevier' 

brev'ity 

brew 3 

brew 

brew 

brew'ery 3 

brcw'house 3 

Brew'sler 

Brian 

Bria'rean 

Bria'reus 

bribable 

bribe 

bribed 

brib'cr 

brib'cry 

bric'-a-brac 

Brice cso/ 

brick ^so 

brick'bat 

brick'-kiln 

brick'Iaycr 

brick'laying 

brick'maker 

brick'maktng 

brick'work 

brick'*yard 
brid al 1 
bride 1 
bride-cake I 
bndc'-chamber 
bridegroom 1 
bridei'maid 1 
bridewell "'^-s 
bridge 

Bridget 
Bridge'walc 
bri die 
bridle-path 




brier 

brier-root 

briery 

bng 

brigade' 

brigadier' 

brigadier-gen'eral 

brig'and 

brig'andage 

brig'antine 

Brig'ham 

bright 

Bright 

bright'en 

brighter 

than 
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b 

Brighton 
brill 
bril'Iiancy 

bril'liant c^^ 
bril'liantiy ^Z'- 
bril'liantness 
brim 
br;m'f'ji 
brim'ming 
brim'slone 
brin'dlc 
brin'dled 
brine i 
bring 
I a-an-and 




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bright'ly ^ > ^ 

brighfness J ^\ v[^_^ 




bring'er 

bring'ing 

brin'iness 

brink 

brin'y t 

Bris'bane 

brisk 

bris'ket 

brisk'ly 

brisk'ness 

bris'tle 

bris'tle-shaped 

bris'tliness 

bris'tiing 

bris'tly 

Bris'tol 

Bril'ain 

Britan'nia 

Britan'nic 

Brit'ish 

I Empire 

I Museum 
Brit'isher 
Brit'on 

Brit'tany 

brit'tle 

brit'tlely 

brit'tleness 
broach 
broad i- 
broad'ax i 
broad'brim i 
broad'-brimmed x 

broad'cast i / 






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I another 

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broad'est 

BROADEST 

broad'ish i 

broad'] 

broad'i 

broad'side I _ 

broad'sword i ''vp '^^w '\.,^ 

Broadway J^| ^ ^ 

Broad'wcU«>>^cs^^ 

Brob'dingnag 

Brobdingnag'ian 

brocade' 

brochure' F 

bro'gan 

brogue 

broil 

broil'cr 



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I that 

II one (see that) 

I the 

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bro'ken-backcd 

bro'ken-hcarled 

bro'kcnly 

bro'kcnness 

bro'kcn-winded 

bro'ker 

bro'keragc 

bro'ma 

bro'matc cv/ ^ /C/'\y ^/ 

bromatol'ogist \^ N^^ N^/Y 
^roinatol'ogy 
bro'mic 
bro'mide 
bro'mine 
bron'chi L 
bron'chia L 
bron'chial 




HRONCHIC 



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BUNYAN 




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bronchit'ic 

bronchi'tis 

bronchopncumo' 

bron'chus L ' " 

bron'co 

Bronte' 

bronze 1 

bronied 

brooch 

brood 3 

brook 

Brooke 

brook'!et 

Brook'lyn 

Brooks 

brook'side 

broom 

broom'stick 

Bro'phy 

broth 

broth'cl 

broth'er 

BROTHER 

broth'erhood 

BROTHERHOOD 
broth'er-in-law 

broih'erliness 
BROTHERLINESS 

brolh'erly 

BROTH ERbY 

' love ."^Ns^-./rr? 
Brough'am^J 

brought I , 
brow 3 *\ 

brow'b^at 3 
brown 3 
Brown 
Browne 
brown'er 3 
brown'est 3 
brown'ie 3 
Browning 
browr.'ish 3 
Brown'ism 3 

Brown'ist 3 

brown'ness 3 

brown'stone 3 

browse 3 c^ ^^ 

browsed 3 ^^o 

brows'ing 3 

Bruce s>. 

bru'in ^**^o* 

bruise 3 

bruised 3 

bruis'er 3 

bruis'ing 3 

bruit 3 

brum'magem 

Brum'mel 

brunette 

Bru'no 

B'uns'wick 

brunt 

brush ^ 

brush'iness 

brush'wood 
brush'y 
brusque 3 
brusquc'ness3 
Brussels 
bru'tal 3 

bru'talism 3 ^^ '^ y^- y^^ buhl i 
3 "^ *Sjr I <^ bmid i 



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bulb \ 

bulba'ceous 

bulb'!ct> 
buibos 
buib'ous 
bul'bul Per 
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Bulga'ria 






bru'talize 3 /^ j^ y^ 
^brutalized 3^^V '>^^ ^, 
bru'tally 3 

brute 3 

bru'tish 3 "^v/ 
bru'tishly 3 

bru'tishness 3 

Bru'tus 
Bry'an 

Bry'ant 

Brj'ce 

bry'ony 

bub'ble 

bu'bo 
"^bubon'ic 

buc'cal 
■Ibuccaneer 

buccaneer'ish 

buc'cinal 

buccina'tor 

bucen'taur 

Euchan'an 

Bucharest 

bu'chu 

buck N 

buck'board 

buck'et 

buck'etful 

BUCKETFUL 

buckeye 

buck'hound 

Buck'ingham 

buc'kle 

Buck'le 
buc'kler 
Buck'ley 
Buck'ner 
buck'ram 
buck'shot 
buck'skin 
buck'thorn 
buck'wheat 
bucol'i 
bud 
^^^Buda-Pesth'' 

Biid'dhism 

-Bud'dhist 

Buddhis'tic 

budge 

budg'et 

buff 

buffalo 

buffer 

buff'erhead 



buffoon'ism 
bufl'y 

bug 

bug'aboo 
bug'bear 
bug'ger 
Ov/ /^bug'giness 
Jh^^ buggy 
' / bu'gle 




brutal'ity 3 
brutaliza'tion 3 



build'er x 



■x 



buinp 
'bumped 
bum'per 
'bump 
bump'kin 
bump'iious 

bump'tiousness 
bun 
bunch 
bunch'iness n./ 

bunch'y ^^ 

bun'combe i' f 

- jidiii »j*- 

bun'dle 

bun'dling 

bung 

un'galow 
bunged 
bung'hols 
bung'ing 
bun'gle 

bun'glcr 
bunk 
bun'ker 
Bun'ker 
. 1 Hill 
bun'ko 
Bun'sen 
bun'ting 
Bun'yan 



bun'desrath Cisir' ^ ^ 




BUONARROTI 



51 



BY CHANCE 




BuonaiTOt'i 
buoy I 
buoyancy 
buoy'ant i vAr 
buoyantly i 
bur 

bur'den 
I of proof 
bur'dcnsome 

BURDENSOME 
bur'dcnsomcly 
BURDENSOMELY I ^1 ?, I 

bur'densomenes3CSj,^^N. >v v/i 

BURDENSOMENESS\ ^ x/ I 

Burden- LP::::il I 

bur'dock ~ 

bu'reau 

burcau'cracy 

bureaucrat 

bureaucrat'ic 

burcaucrat'ical 

burgeon 

Biir gcr 

burgess 

burgh cr 

bur'glar 

bur glar-alarm 

burglarious ^^ 

burgia'Tiously* 

bur'glar-procf 

bur'glary 

bur'gomasle'f 

Burgoyne' 

Bur'gundy 

burial 

bur'ial'place 

bur'icdN,. ^^ 

bu rin ^s<^ I 

Burke 

burl 

bur'Iap 

Bur'leigh 

burlesque 

burlet'ta It 

Bur'Iington 

burlincsso 

burly 

Bur'mah 

Bur'man 

Bjrmcie 

burn 



bury 
bus 
bush 3 

bush'el 
bush'incss 
bush' man 3 
Bush'ncll 
bush'rangcr 3 
bush'whacker 
bush'whackini 
bush'y 3 
bus'ily z 

busi'ness i 
I intcrcstNy^^^ 
I man ^Q^_P 

^ ^busi'nessUkc 

^\ y )bu£k 
.-N^ -/buskin 

I bust >w/ 

bnstic ^=^ 
bustling 

bus'y I 

bus'ybody 

BUSYBODY 

but 

BUT 

I a-an-and 





"h^ 



I are 

II all (see are) 
i as 
II a (see as) 

'^ v " N ifr isee can) 

2^>^ "^^^ ' his " 

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II not (see is) 

ill 






I it wiil 

III be (see it will) 

I lately 

I lest 

I little 
I may 

■I be (see may) 
.Tmust 
>>>JJn he (see must) 



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II such (sec one)(4. ^i p pi 

I only ^~j — ' 

II one (sec only) 

I our (-J 

II own (sec our)^— '^ 
I rather 
'11 than (sec rather) 

I should 

II not (see should) 
I so k 
I some 
none (sec some) 

I somebody 

II else (see somebody) 



burro ^^V^ 

Bur'roughs 

bur'rowcd 

bur'rov.'er 

Burrows 

bur'iB L 

bursal 

bunt 

Bart 

burthen 

Bur'lon 



■s. s 9 I something 
^■^^^ ^s^^\ II else (sec something) 




I such 
a (see such) 
surely p 

I the [^ 

I Ihrir 

II own (lee their) 
I Iheiri 

I there 

II ii (see there) 
I we 






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II do (see wc) 

I when 

II a (sec when) 

I w^he never 

II a (see whenever) < 

I you 

II are (see you) 



your rv^ j j 

II own (see your) f f^ 

>i^ 1 yours N^ 

yourself J J ^^,*) 

butch'erliness'Sv 
butch'crly ^^1 

butch'ery 

butler 

But'Ier 
tut'lership -X 

butt 
butter 

but'tcrcup 
But'terficld 
butter-fingered'^ 
bufterfish 

Ct' 

butterfly"^ >- ^ 

bul'lerine 

but'termilk 

bul'ternut 

but'ter-scotch 

Butlerworth 

but'tcry 

bufiock 

but'ton 

but'tonhole 

but'trcss 

bul'tresscd 

faut'tressing 
bu tyl 

butylcne 

butyra'ceous 

bu'lyratc 

butyric 

bu'tyrin 

bu'tyrous 

bux'om 

bux'omly 

bux'omncss 

buy X 

Buz'fuz 

buzz 

buz'zard 

buzzed 

buzz'cr 

buzzing 

buzz'ingly 

by I 

II his \^ ^^0_^ 

^ — N III own (see his) 

II Its 
.•rjiii own (sec its) 

^—•4 II means 
)i the 

bt» world 
r \\ their 

III own (sec their) 

II theirs 

II there 

III is (sec there) 



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I as many 

III as (see many) 
ti much 
III as (see much).^ 
I chance 



i^ 



BY i:VI£RY 



52 BYZANTIUM 

II of \,/" ^\^^''^"^^V^ t> ' writin^\/| \^^ "*^ 

III his (sec of) I you .' _ /T 

I rights I your I 

' some ^"V—^^Nr-^v--^^^^ " °^" ^^ "^^ ^S 

II means (see some)? y..7z... 1 yours /? /7. jT. ... 

I such / I yourself Cob 

a(sce such)\p\ \ bye ^ \v \v 

telegraph .-./T [. 1 by'-elec'tion i\ >>. ^ 

telephone ' ^ u^- — ^ by'gone i /^, ' 

that \^ \. \^ by'-law i vv ^ ^^ ^ ^^ 

time (see tbat).C Jk by'-path i ^v^ 

the i,.^ — ^ by-place i 

bye \. ^Xv-v^^ \^ by'play i ^ 

next ._.S^ /_.. by'-product I 

other \ ( Byrne 

way \^ \^ N. Byrnes 

their _...S*^ J .1 Byron 

own (see their) ^ ^ ^ Byron'ic 

them ^S. ^v \s^ by'-speech i VA/ "^^^o ^^^. 

themselves 7 7 _?.... .by'stander i ^^ ^ Y 

this \ Vo V) ' by'-streel i 

time (sec thisjN. ^So ^"^x by'-strokc i s^ /n^ V^ 

us /. .A. by'way i ^v^ ^^— ^ ^s^ 

virtue Vp by'word i 

way ^s,^^ ^ — '^^s, ^Sv Byzan'tian 

which ...TTTN. 7. y ..Byz'antine 

a (sec which) ' ' L Byzan'tium 

whom ^s^ ^s. ^s. >/ 

whose ?rrTT> A.. .xT..^ 

wire ) 




I every 

II means (see every) 

I evidence 

«far \^ \^ \o 

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t his 

II own (see his) 
I it 
I its 

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I little 

I many 

II more (see many).^ 
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M of 

Ml his (see of). 
I mine 

I mostX^,,^.--^ 

II persons (see most)"-^> 
I no means 

t one \v. ^v ^s 

It anothcr(sec one). ^ ^ ^ 

I our 

II advice ^\. ^v 
II own 
II permission . 

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II suggestion fL '. 

I reason (/ 





c 



C M 

ca'aba Ar. / 
cab 3 

cabal' 

caballed' 

cabat'ling 

cabala 

cab'alism 

cab'alist 

cabalis'tic 

cabalis'ttcal 

cabalis'ticaWy 

cabal'Icr — v /—^ 

caballc'ro Sp.V "A 

cab'bage 

cab'bage-fly 

Cab'cII 

cab'in 

cabin-boy 

cabinet 

CABINET 

cab'inetmakcr 

CABINETMAKER 

cab'inctmaking 

CABINETMAKING 

cab'inetwork 

CABINETWORK 

Cabire'an 

Cabi'ri 

Cabjr'ian 

Cabir'ic 

Cable 

cable 

ca'blc-car 

ca'blcgram 

ca'blc-railroad 

CABLE-RAILROAD 

ca'blc-road Ky ' \. y\ 

cabman 3 ^ ^^^^ 

caboo'dle 

caboose' 

Cabot 

cabriolet 

cab'-stand 3 

Cabul' 

caca'o 

caca'o*nul — 

cache 3 

cachinna'tion 

cachin'nalory 

cacique' 

cac'kic 

cac'klcr — . 

cacophon'ic 

cacophon'ical 

cacopho'niout 

cacoph'onoui 

cacophony 

cac'tu* 

cad 3 






cada'ver L. — 1_ 
cadaveric i^ 

cadav'erous ' 

cadaverously 

cadav'erousness 

cad'dis 

caddis-fly 

cad'dish 
cad'dy 3 
Cade 
ca dence 
caden'za 

cadet' 
cadei'ship 
cadge 3 
cadg'er 3 
cadi 
Cadillac' 

Ca'diz — r-i- 
Cadmc'an t 

cad'mia 

cad'mic 

cad'mium 

cadu'cean 

cadu ecus 1 

Cadwal'Iader I 
Cady J 

cs'cal I 

cae'cum L. c — 
Caednnon 
Caen 

Cse'sar , 

Csesarc'a 

Caesa'rcan .yj, xj • 

cac'sium i 
czteris paribus L. 

caffc'in 
caftan 
cage 

Caglio'stro >fl 

Ca hill r r 

Cahn 
— -j cahooC 
^ Ca'iaphas — ^* 

Cain 



^ 0/ 



<5^ 




T 



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^^_ 



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cairn — i — ^ 

. Cairngorm' 
Cairo 



^ ^ 
^^- 




cats son 

Caith'ncii 

cai'tifT 

\ Cbi'ui 

v__pC»jole' 
■ cajol'er 

cajolery 

cake 

caked 




calcium 

calc'-spar 

calculabil'ity 

calculable 

cal'culary 

calculate 

calcula'tion 

calculator 

cal culatory 

cal'culi 

cal'culus 

Calcut'ta 

Caldccott 1 

Caldcron' 

cal'dron 

Cald'well -^ 

Caleb |oi 

Caledo'nia 

Caledonian 

calendar 

cal'endcr 

cal'ends 
Calcn'dula L 
calf 3 
'calfskin 
Calhoun 
Caliban 

caliber /"^ 

calibrate — i ^ 
calibra'tion 



^-^ 





CALIFORNIA 
Califor'nitin 



53 



CALIGULA 



54 



CAN SHE 





Cal'kins 
call 

CALL '^ 
I a-an-and 

I back 

II a (see back) 

I down 

II a (see down) 

I for 

II a (see for) 
I forth 

I her 

M own (see her) 

I hers 

I his 

II attention (see hi; 

I into 

II a (see into) 

I such 

II a (see such) 

I that 

II which (see thai) 
I the 

li matter (cp. take the) 

I their "^ — > -5;^ ^ '"^ 

II own (see their) / 

I theirs 

I tiiem 

II tliat (see them) 

I themselves 
I tiiere 

I this 

II one (see this)' 

I upon 

II a (see upon) 

I us 
1 you 

I your 

II own (see your 
I yours 

cai'la 3 

Cal'laehan 

Cal'lahan 

cair-bell 

call'-boy 

call'er 

callig'rapher 

calligraph'ic 

calligraph'ical 

callig'raphist 

callig'raphy 

Callim'achus 

CalU'ope 

callisthen'ic "^ 
callisthen'ic3 
callos'ity 
cal'lous 
cal'lously. 
cal'lousness 
cal'low 3 
calm 3 _ 
calm'er 3 

calm'est 3 
calm'ing 3 
calm'ly 3 

calm'ness 3 

Cal'muck 

cal'omel 

calor'ic 

Calpur'nia 

cal'trop 




-cx.^- 




cal'umet "^ 
calum'niate -^ 
calumnia'tion 
calum'niator 
calum'niatofy .1 
calum'nious 
calum'niously "^ 
.calum'niousness'^ 
cal'umny 

Cal'vary X*^ 

calve 3 t I 

Cal'vert 

calves 3 

Cal'vin _ 

Cal'vinism 

Cal'vinist 

Calvinis'tic 

Calvinis'tical 

Calyp'so 

ca'lyx 

cam 3 

camaraderie' Fr. 

Carr.bo'dia 

Cam'bria 

Cam'brian 

curn'bric 

Cam'bridge 

Cam'bridgeshire 

Camby'ses 

Cam'den 

came 

I again 

I around * 

I there 
cam'el . 
cam'el-backed 
camel'Ua 
camel'opard . 
Cam'elot 
cam'el's-hair 

cam'eo £r~ 

cam'era 

Cam'eron 

Camero'nian- 

Cameroons' 

Camil'la 

Camilie 

Camoens 

cam'omile 

camp 3 

Campa'gna 

campaign' 

Campa'nia 

campani'le It. 
Camp'bell 
Camp'bellile_ 
camp'-chair 3 
Campea'chy 
camped 3" 
camper 3 
camp'-fire 3 
camphine' 
cam'phor 

cam'phorate 
camphor'ic 
cam'phor- wood 
camp'ipg 3 
camp'-stool 3 
cam'pus L. 
can 
CAN , 



II it (see answer) 
^^ I arrange. 



<i> 



I ascertain 



"77 ' ^^ 
, ■'■r~^s II 




I 



done (see be) 

I become 

II a (see become) 
^1 better 

II understand'^ 



I do 

II a (see do) 

I doubt 

II a (sec doubt) 

.effect I 

II a (see effect) 

I expect 

II it (see expect)r 

I find 

II a (see find)- 
I form 





I account 

II for (see account) 
I rmawer 




I go 

I happen , 

O have 

(see have) 

I he 
u be 

yfii there (see be)f 

II do ^^.^ — 

III so (see do) ^^^^ 
II have '' 
HI a (see have) ,._ 

II know ^ 

III a (see know) 
-11 not >'^__--i- 

III be (see not) 

II suppose 

III that (see suppose) ' 
.^11 think 

^ III l;hat (see think) 

I I call , 

ill a (see call)( ", 

II maintain C 
II make 
Ml a (see make)' 

II mention 
9n rely 

III upon (see rely)"^ 

II render 

III a (see render). 
^ll retain 

II trust 

II try _ ^ 

III a (see try) ^"1 '^'1 
I intend " ' 

I make 

II a (see make) 

I mention 
' I never ^.^^^ 

II be (see neverj 
I no more 

' I not (see cannot)- 
I observe 
I only 

I receive _j 

II a (see receive)'^ 
I recognize 
I recompense /^ 

I reduce y- — 

1 regard ^~ 

I remain ,/ 

I require 

I say 

II so (see say) _ 
I she 



\ 



.-A 



~J 



CAN SHE BE 



55 



CAPPADOCIAN 





II be (see she) 

I show p P 

II a (see show) J ) J 

I take \ 

II a (sec take) 
I the 

I understand 

II a (see u nders tand) 

I venture ^ ^ 

1 vindicate 

I write 

I you 

It go (see you) 

Ca'naan 

Ca'naanite 

Ca'naanitess' 

Ca'naanitish 

Can'ada 

Cana'dian' 

car.aiUe' 

canal' 

canalic'ulate 

Car.andai'gua. 

canard' 

Cana'ries 

cana'iy 

cana'ry-bird 

canas'ter 

cancan F. 

can'cel 

can'celing 

can'celing-slamp 

can'cellate 

cancella'tion "7^^ 

cancel'li L. \j 

can'celloui 

can'cer 

can'cer-ccll 

cancerous 

can'cerously 

can'cerousncss 

Candahar' 

candela'bra 

candela'brum 

Can'dia 

can'did 

can'didacy 

candidate 

can'didateship 

candidature ~^.i 

Candide' J^ 

can'didly 

'■.an'didnesi y^""^ 
can'dle 

can'dlc-Iight 

Can'dlcmas 

can'dle-powcr 

can'dlestick 

can'dor 

candy 

can'dytuft ' 

cane 

cane'-brake 

cane'-mill 

canc'^sugar. 

Can'field 

can'ful 

CANFUL -. 

canine' \ 

canister ^( 
con;krr ^^ 

can kercd 

can'kcring 

can'kerworm 
can'ncl-cual 



can nery 3 

Cannes 

can'nibal 

can'nibalism 

Can'ning 

can'non 

Can'non 

cannonade 

cannoneer' 







X. 



canoe ing 

canoe'ist 

can'on 

canon' Sp 

can'oness 

canon'ic 

canon'ical 

canon'ically 

canon'icainess I 

canon'icals 

canoniza'tion 

ca'i'onize 

can'onized 

can'onizing 

can'onry 

Canop'ic 

can'opicd 

Cano'pus 

can'opy 

"ano'va 

cant 3 

can*t 

CAN-T _ 

Cari'tab 
canta'bile It 
Canla'bria 

anta'brian 
Cantabrigian 
can'taloup 
cantan'kerous 
cantan'kerously 
cantan'kcrousncss 
canta'ta It. 
cantatri'ce It. 
canteen' 
can'tcr 
Can'terbury 
canthar'idcs 
canthar'idin 
can'tharis 
can'ticle 

an'tilcver 
cant'ingly 3 
can'lo 
can 
Ca 
Ca 

can'tonize 
can'tonment — 

CANTONMENT 

cantor 
Canuck' 
Canute 
can'vas 

can'vasba'ck 

can'vasi 

canvassed 

can'vas3cr 
an'vassing 




caout'chouc 
cap 3 
capabil'ity 

capable '""^'*v~~ 
CAPA8LE-ILIT'r\ 

ca'pableness 

CAPABLENESS 

ca'pably 

CAPABLY 

capa'cious 

capa'ciously 

capa'ciousness 

capac'ity 

cap-a-pie' F 

capar'ison 



Clear — r 
I Cod 

I Colony 
1 Farewell 

I Fear 

II Rive; 
I Fin 
1 Fla 

Gaspe 

Horn 
I May 
I Mendocino' 

I North 

I of Good Hope 

I Sable 

I Town 

I Vancouver 

I Verde 

II Islands 
ca'pcr 
Capcr'naum 

^'per-saucc 
a'pct 
Capc'tian 

cap'ful 



~zi_s S" 






' ca pias L. 




pias 1 
capillar'ity ^ 

p'illary 
cap'ital 

' city ^/^_ 

I crime ^ \ 
I letter 

I offense 

I puni^hmenl 
/I -capitalist 
/ jl capitalis'tic_ 




"^^ capitalize 

cap'italized_ 
cap'italizing 
cap'itally 
capita'tion — 
Cap'itol 
Capito'Iian 
Cap'itoline 
capit'ular" 
capit'ularly 
— '-A copit'ula 
vx'capit'ulatc 
capitula'tion 
capitul atory -^ 
co'pon ^y 
f-n'rinixe 



/ 




CAFRI 



56 



CARPENTRY 



Ca'pri 

capric'cio It. 
capriccio'so It 
caprice 

capri'cious 
capriciously 

capri'ciousness 

Cap'ricorn 

cap'riole 

Capri'vi 

cap'sheaf 

cap'sicum 

capsize' 

cap'stan 

cap'stone 

cap'sular 

cap'sulary 

cap's ilate 

cap'sule 

cap'tain 

cap'taincy 

cap'tainship 

CAPTAINSHIP 

cap'tion 

cap'tious 

cap'tiously 

cap'tiousness 

cap'tivate 

cap'tivating 

captiva'tion 

cap'tive "" 

cap'tivity 

cap'tor 

cap'ture ' 

Cap'ua 

Capuchin' 

Cap'ulet " 
cap'ut L. 
capyba'ra 
car 3 - 
Caracas 
car'ack 

car'acole" 
carafe' F 
car'amel 
car'at 

car'avan 

caravaneer' 

caravan'sary 

car'avel. 

car'away 

car'bine ■ 

carbineer' 

carbohy'drate 

carbohy'dridec 

carbohy'drous 

carbol'ic 

car'bolizcc 
car'bon 
carbona'ceous 
carbona'do c 
Carbona'ro It. 
carbonata'tion 
car'bonate < 
car'bonated 
car'bonation 
carbonic < 
carboniferous 
carboniza'tion 

car'bonize ' 

car'bonous 

car'bon-paper 

car'bon-point c 

car'bor.y] 

carbox'ide 






^^^^^-^ 



carbox'yl 
car'boy 
car'buncle 
carbun'cular, 
car'buret 
car'canet 
"car'cass 
Car'chemish 
carcino'ma L 
carcinom'atous 
carcino'sis L 
"card 

card'board 
card'-case 
card'-catalogue 
card'-cutter 
card'er 
ncar'diac 
cardi'acal 
Car'diff 
Car'digan 
car'dinal 
car 
car' 
car'dinalship =^ 1' ^ — ] <= 

CARDINALSHIP q1 ) q1 

car'diograph ^ ^^ 

cardiograph'ic 

cardiography 

cardiol'ogy 

cardiom'etry' 

cardi'tis L. 

card'-player 

card'-tray 
^Card'well 
care 
CARE 
I a-an-and 
"1 for 




r dinal c^ 1" ^= 1' < 

r'dinalate J J 
r'dinal-bird^--^ ^^ 



,^ 



cL^ 




carl 
Carl 

Carle'ton 
Carlisle'- 
;,.Car'lism 
ar'list 

car-load 3 ■ 

Car'los 

Carlovin'gian 

Carls'bad" 

Carls'ruhe 

Carl'ton 

Carlyle' 
carmagnole' 
car'man 3 

Carmar'then~ 

Car'mel . 

Car'melite 

Car'melitess 

car'men 

Carmi'chae!*' 

car'minated" 

carmin'ative 

car'mine 



car'nalism ' 

car'nalist 

carnal'ity 

car'nalize v. 

car'nalized (^ q 

car'nalizing y 

ar'naily ^~ 

car'nal-mind'ed ^ 
car'nal-mind'edness^ 
Carnar'vonc — ■=:^i'^ 
Carnat'ic V 

carna'tion 

Carne'gie <=- 

carnel'ian^ 

Carnes 

Car'ney 

car'nival . 

Carniv'ora L. 



CAREFUL-LY 

^•care'fully . 

care'fulness 

CAREFULNESS 

care'less 

care'lessly 
^are'lessness 
■ caress' ^ -_ 

caressed' (; ^ 

caress'ing 
, caress'ingly 

ca'ret 

care'taker 

Carew' 

care'worn 

Carey' 

car'go 

Car'ib 

Caribbe'an 
^ Car'ibbee 

car'ibou 

car'icature 

car'icaturist 

ca'ries L. 

car'illon 

ca'rious 

cark 



car nivorcc 

carniv'orous 
carnos'ity 

Carnot' 

car'ol . 

V^ \^_^ Caroli'na 

'^ Car'oline 

1 islands,- — 
car'oling * 
Carolin'gianc 
Carolin'ian 
Car'olus 




carous er 
carous'ing 
carous'ingly 
carp 

/:ar'pal / 

Carpa'thian 

car'pel 

car'pellary 

car'penler 

Car'pcnterci— 

car'pentry 

CARPENTRY 



CARPET 



57 



CATCALL 




car'pet 

car'petbag*^^ 

car'petbagger 

car'petless 
carp'ingly' 
car'pus L. 

Carr ^ 

Carra'ra ^ 

car'riage 
car'riageway 
car'ried 3 
I away 

car'rier 3 
car'ricr-pigeon 3 
Car'rigan 
car'rion V) 

Car 'roll ^ 

Car'rollton 

carronadc' 
car'rol 
car'roty 
Carruth crs 
car'ry 3 

I across 

I back ; 

I forvh 

I forward 

I his 



I into 

II a (see into) 
I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 
I out 
ti a (see out) 

I the 

I them 

I themselves 

I this 

II one (see thisVV 

I us "^ 

II back 
II forward 

car'ryall 3 
car'ryine 3 
car-seal 3 
Car" son 
. Ctty A-^. 

can 3 / 1 

cart'agc 

cane F. 
I blanche F. ^ 
carte-dc-visite F. 



y S. cax 'tridge-paper 
car'lridge-pouch 
car truck 3 
CartSvright 
carve 3 , 
r'ven 3 
car'ver 3 
Ca'ry 
caryani 
caryat'ides L 
Casabian'ca 
Casano'va 





cast'ing-box 
cast'ing-ladle. 
1 cast'ing-net 

caSt'ing-pit 
cast'ing-pot 
cast'-iron 
cas'tle 



cased . 

case '-en ding' 
case'harden Jx 
ca'seic ___^J 
ca'sein 

case'-knift 

case'mate 

case'ment 

case'mented 

ca'seous 

ca'sern 




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cash-account 3 
cash'-book 3" 
cash'-boy 3 
cash'-girl 3 
cashier' 

y4Cashmere' 

-—/ ICas'imir 

Casimir'-Perier' 




Cartcgc'na 
carter 



Car'lcr 
Carte'sian 
Car'thage 

Carthagln'ian c 7 
carl'-horse 3 v 

Carlhu'sian 
earlier' 
car'lilage 
canilag'inous 
cart-load . 
cartoon' *"/>. 
cartoon'ist 



artouch' c — "1 j j cas'ligate — 

ar tridge I ,_V4-»// casti^a'tion 

ar'tridge-bag ^J \ caitigator 



cartridge-belt /I /I /t '•* 
c«rlridge-box,-j/7 ^i/Z_»/i_o Cas' 
car'lridge-c«*e' N/" X Caiti 



I'tigatory — ^ 
itil'lan \/ 



-^ — f^; 



castle-builder 

cas'tle-building 

T^Vj: Cas'tlereagh 

st'-off, 
cas'tor 3 
Cas'lor 
cas'tor-bean 
casto'reum 

cas'tor-oil 

castrameta'tion 

cas'trate 

castra'tion — r£\ 

cast'-steel [j 

cas'ual 

cas'ualism 

cas'ualisi 

casually 

cas'ualness 

cas'ualty 

cas'uist 

casuis'tic 

casuis'tical 

casuis'tically 

cas'uistry 
casus belli L 
cat 3 

;atachre'sis 
catachres'tic 
catachres'tical ' 
catachres'tically 
cal'aclysm 
cataclys'mal 

cataclysmic 
cataclys'nust 
cat'acomb 

catacou s'tic s 

cat'afalque 

Cat'alan 

catalec'tic 

catalepsy 

cataleptic 

cat'aloguc 

cat'alogue 

cat'aloguer 

Catalonia 

catal'pa 

catalysis 

catalyt'ic 

catamaran 

catame'nia L*. 

catamc'nial 

cat'amount 

cataphon'ic 

cataphon'ici 

cat'aplasm 

cafapult 

cat'aract 

catarrh' _ 

catarrh'al 

cat'arrhinc 

catas'lasis L. 

catastrophe 

catastroph'ic 

catas'trophist 

Cataw'ba 

^cat'bird 3 

cat'boat 3 

cat'call 3 






cath'eterized 

cathetcriiing 

cath'ode 

cathod 
cath 

CATHOLIC-LY 
I church 
I priest 

I religion — 7 — 77l5~" "T 
Catholicism v y. \g — ^ 

Catholicism/ 



^v^i cau'lerized CE 



celeb'rity 
celer'ity « 
celery 

les'tial 
regions 



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cau tenzing p 
cautery 
cau'tion X 



CELESTIAL-LY 
celes'tially /^"V^ 
jCelestine .fc (• 
cel'estite 



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n 



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59 



CETEWAYO 



Ce'lia ^ 

cc'Iiac . t) 

cerifaacy 

ccl'ibatc 

cell 

cellar 

cel'larage 

cel'larer 

Cellini 

cel'lular 

cellulitis L 

cel'luloid 

cel'lulose 

celot'omy 

Cel'sius 

Cel'sus ./TT) 

celt fc 

Celt 

Celtibe'rian r^ />„ .^-y 

Celtic " \/./q- t (r~N 

Celt'icism fc I 

Celt'icize yO" "^ 

cement' t © 'iS^ cA 

ccmenta'tion 



centes'imally Ji — / ^"^^1. 
cen'tigrade 
I thermometer 




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cement atory 

cemcnt'ing 

cementi'lious 



^ 



■5^. 



r^. 




central'ity 
centraliza'lion q^^ 
cen'tralize 
cen'tralized 
cen'lralizinj 
cen'trally 
cen'tralness 
cen'tric Q;_^ 
ccn'trical 
cen'trically 
cen'tricalness 
centric'ity 
centrifugal 
centrif'ugally 
ccntriTugence 
ccntrip'etal 
centrip'etally 
ccntrip'etence 
centrip'etency 
cent's worth 
centu'rion 



person 



C^-^- ,pl: 
. ' i I pc 



cerograph'ical 
cerog'raphy 
Cer'ro Gor'do^ 
certain 
la c>-^ 

I about 

II his (see about) 
I account ^^'---_-^ 
I day 
I degree 
I event o/" 
I extent 
I gentleman 
I house 
I individual 

other 



ccn sor 

censorial < ^. 9 - 

censo'rious 

censo'riously 

ccnso'riousncss 

ccn'sorship 

ccn'Surablc 

ccn'surablencs* 

cen'surably 

cen'sure 

ccn'surcr 

ccn'sus 

cent 

ccn'lal 

cen'larc 

ccn'taur 
ccntcr.ar'ian 
ccn'lcnary 
ccntcn'nial 
ccntcn'nially 
center 
I of attraction 



^^ccn'lury 

o^,^^ ccn'tury-plant 
cephal'ic 
ccphalol'ogy 
ccphalom'eler' 
ccph'alopod 
Cc'phas ' 
Cc'phcus 
cera'ceous 
ccram'ic 
ccram'ics 
ccras'lcs L 
cc'ratc 
ccra'tum'o-^ 
Ccr'bcrus 
cc'rcal y^ 

ccrebcI'la'oV 
ccrebel'lar 

ccrcbel'lous 
ccrebcrium 
ccr'cbra 



Q-^ O' J" *Q > II have 

lantli/'^^-lTxV/ II know 




portion 

I privilege 

I that 
3 II he (see that)' 
' I their 

I there ^^/^^ — --^^ 
M has 
III been (see has) 

II is ox''^--.-_^g/ 

III not (see is) 
I thing 



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I to 
It be 



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cer'cbral -J^J^y^ ^/'NvCcrvu 
ccr'ebratco^ o; << Ccsno' 



I Ul •IKIMt.llWll n 

" gravity Q^_JXr-"'^ \ 

II motion I | 
ti stress ^-^«-^^ ^ *^*^'^->v 
II symmrtry 1 

ccn'tc'-bar o 



ccn'tcr-bit 

ccn'tcr-block 

cen'tcrboard 

ccn'tcrcd '^^ — : -a 

ccn'tcr-firc | 

cen'tcr-f^ace 

ctn'Xtr\ui', 

ccn'tcrpiccc 

ccn'tcr-pin 

ccn'tcr-rail 

cen'tcr-iablc 

centesimal 




ccrcbra'tion 
ccr'cbric 
ccrebri'tis L 
ccrcbrospi'nal; 
ccr'ebrum 
ccrc'cloth 
:crc'ment 
^Kcercmo'nial 
ccrcmo'niahv 
ccrcmo'nially 
ccremo'nious 
cercmo'niou'jly 
cercmo'niousncss 
cer'cmony 
jCc'rcs 
ccrisc' P. 




^ — / ce'rograph' 
ccrograph Ic 




II take 

cer'tainly c^"""^ 
ccr'tainncss / 

cer'tainty 
ccr'tcs wl* 

ccrtiricatc c-^ b 
certifica'tion 

CERTIFICATIONq 

cer'tify 
cer'tifying 
'certiorari L.> 
N cer'tiiude o^ 
ccru'lcan 
ccru'mcn p^ 
ce'rusc 
Ccrvan'lcs 
ccr'vical 
ccr'vices L. 
ccr'vix L. 
sL. 
la 
cessation 
cessa'vil L 
cesser 
cs'sion 
p^ ces'stonary 
V^cs'sor ( 

cess'pipe 
cess'pool 
ccs'tui F. 

I qui trust 

II use F. 
II vie F. T 

ccs'lus J 

cc^u'ra "Ov jy^ 

Ceta'cca L. J-^ 
ccta'ccan 

cctu'ccous 
ceteris paribus 1 
Cctcwa'yo 



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CEYLON 



60 



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iblis' F I / / 

idband N^ j 1 

re / ^ S. 



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Ceylon' ^--o 

Ceylonese' , b^ 
Ce'yx 

Chablis' F 

Chad 

Cha. 

chafe / 

chafer C* 
chaff 3 

chaffer 

chaf'ferer 
chaffinch 
chaffing 3 
chaffy 3 
chafing 

chafing-dish 

chagrin' 

Chaillu' 

chain / 

chain'-ball </* 

chain'-bearer 

chain*-bit 

chain'-gang 

chain'-hghtnin^ 

chain'-pin 

chain'-pump 

chain'-shot 

chain'-slitch 

chain'-wheel 

chain'-work 

chair 

chair'man 

chair'manship A 

CHAIRMANSHIP 

chair'men 
chaise 

chala'zion L, 
chalcedon'ic 
chalced'ony 

Chalcis' 

Chalda'ic 

Chafdaism 

Chalde 

Chalde 

Chafdee 

chafdron 

chalet' F 

chaf ice 

chalk I 

chalk'iness i 

chalk'-hne i 

chalk'stone i />. 

chalk'y i / n 

chaflenge 

CHALLENGE-D 

chaflengeable 

CHALLENGEABLE, 

chaflenger 

CHALLENGER 

chaf Hs 

Chafmers / 
chalyb'ean r"*V 
chalyb'eate 

chaf ybite 
cham'ber. 
I of commerce 

chapn'bered 



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is . A-'^c-^ ''^'^ 
uni' ^ 




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<r 



Chambertin' F 

Cham'bord 

chame'leon 

cham'fer 

cham'ois 

Chamou 

champ y J 

champagne' A— ^- --"T^- 

Champagne' 

champed / 

cham'pertor /---■ 
cham'perty 

champi'gnon 
- champing 

cham'pion 
yCham'pion / 

cham'pioned -^""^i 

cham'pioness 

cham'pionship / / / ^oi bras F. 

championship/ — ^-J /— ^ A— ^* chap'el 



. A ^ 



chan'neling 

"han'ning 
chan'son 
chant 3 
chantant 
chant'er 

chan'licleer 

Chantilly' 
Chan'trey 
chan'try 
cha'os 
chaot'ic 
chaot'ically 
chap 3 (to crack) 
chap I (the jaw) 
chaparrarV Sp, 
chap'book 3 
chapeau' F. 



.<:^>^ -Ly <ia!_- 



Champlain' "^ -^ J 

Cham'pHn / ^ /V/^ / 

Champolfion/- — </• _y ^i c/ 

chance 3 

chanced 3 

chan'cel 

chan'cellor 

chan'cellorship 

Chan'cellorsville 

chance'-medley 




chap'eron 
chap'eronage 
chap'fallen i 
Cha'pin 
chap'Iain 
chap'laincy . 
chap'lainship 
/\ ^chaplainship 
^s c/^5-?/ chap'Iet 




I you 

changeabifity 

CHANGEABILITY 

change'able 

CHANGEABLE 

change'ableness 

CHANGEABLENESS/ 
change'ably 
CHANGEABLY ^ <<- ^ 

change'ful t* >■ 

CHANGEFUL-LY^ 

change'fully 

change'fulness^^ 

CHANGEFULNESS 

change'Iess 

/ /^— — -^* CHANGELESS 

cham'berlain /^~h\ /_____^^ /-T^change'lessness 

Cham'berlain ^ ^ CHANGELESSNESS 

ch am ' be r 1 a i n sh i p ^^L,^^y^[^i— ..^/c!i a nge ' 1 i n g 

CHAMBERLAINSHIP / ^^ ' CHANGELING t 

Cham'berlin /-"^ — ^f chang'er 

cham'bermaid / ^^— ^^^^ CH ANGER 

cham'ber-music/-""*-*-,^^ ^ chan'nel 

Cham'bers ' ^/%— ^^^^ 1 Islands 



chap'man 3 

Chap'man 

chap'ter 

CHAPTER 

Chapuftepec 
char 3 
char'acter 

CHARACTER 
characteris'tic 
CHARACTERISTIC 
characteris'tical cz^-s ' 
CHARACTERISTICAL- 
characteris'tically [LY 

characteriza'tion 

CHARACTERIZATION^^ 

char'acterize c- ^ - 

CHARACTERIZE 

char'acterized ^ 

CHARACTERIZED 

char'acterizing 

CHARACTERIZING 

char'acterless '^ 5 

CHARACTERLESS <=' 

char'acterlessness ^ 

CHARACTERLESS- 

u • * [NESS 
char actery ,_i S. 

charade 

char'coal 

char'coal-black'o 

char'coal-burner \ 

char'coal-drawing 

char'coal-furnace 

char'coal-iron 

charge 

I a 

I against _./. 

II a (see against]) *- 

I a-an-and 
( his --_. 
ti own (see his) 

.of 

II anything / 

H it ^ 

II your 
II own 
II yours 



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I some 

II one (see some) 

I somebody / 

II else (see somebody)<*-^< 
t the 

I their 

II account (see their) 
I theirs 
I upon 

If his (see upon) 
I us 

I you 
charge F. 
I d'affaires F 

chargeabil'ity /^ /^ l^ 

charge'able x, \, 

charge'ableness 

charger 

charge'ship 

char'ily 

char'iness 

char'ioi 

charioteer' 

char'iol-race 

char'itable 

CHARITABLE 

I man 
( society 
char'itableness 

CHARITABLENESS 

charitably 

CHARITABLY 

char'ity 
Char'ity 

CHARITY 

charivari' F 
charlatan 

charlatan'ic 
charlatan'ical 
charlatan'ically 
char'lalanism 

CHARLATANISM 

charlatanry 
Charlema 
Charles 
Charlcs'ton 

Charlcs'lown 

Charlevoix 

Charlotte 

Char'lottctov/n 

charm 

charmer 

charm'ing O 

charm'inglyo^' 

charm'ingncss 

char'nci o 

char'nel-house ^V 

Cha'ron 

chart 3 
char'la L. 
charter 
char'tcrcd 
I rights 
char'tcrcr 




.rx. 



/-^ Charyb'dis^^^ 
chase 

Chase / 

chased ^* 

chas'er 

chas'ing 

chas'ing-tool 

chasm 

chasse' F. 
chassepot' F 
chasseur' 

chaste 

chaste'ly < 
chasten 

chas'tener 

chaste'ness 

chas'tening 

chastise' 

chastised' 

chas'tiseme 

chastis'er 

chastis'ing J^ 

chas'tity X' 

chas'uble / 

chat 3 I 

chateau' F. x 

Chateaubriand' 

chat'elaine 

Chat'ham 

Chattahoo'chee 

Chattanoo'ga 

chat'tel 

chat'ter .j, 

chat'terbox 

chat'terer 

Chat'terton 

chat'tiness 3 

chat'ly 3 

Chau'cer 

Chautau'qua 

Chauvin' 

chau'vinism 

chau'vinist 

chauvinis'tic 

■chaw I 

chawed 

Chazy' 



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I- X- 



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<./ Ja 0/ Vf <; . John / 

,V^ chcsTp'en i \ 




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Chnr'tcrhouic - 
Chnrt'ism «/ 

CHAkTISM 
Charfiii / 

chart lets / 
Chartrcs 

chartreuse' F 
chartreux' F 
char'woman 



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•; 



4^^°f 



chartreux' F ^ y ^ 



cheap'ly i , 
cheap'ncss I^ 
cheat I ^ 

chcat'cr i 
'chcat'ingly i 
Chcboy'gan 

check 

check'-book Z 

chcck'cr 

chcck'crbcrry 

checkerboard 

chcck'crs 

chcck'crwork 
chcck'maie 
hcck'rein 

check'strap 

chcck'-valvc 

chcck'work 

Chcd'dar 
Chcdorla'omer 
cheek i 
/ •^^check'-bonc i 
'/^ chcek'y i 
cheep I 



cheer 
CHEER 
cheer'ful 
CHEERFUL. LY 
cheer'fully 
cheer'fulness 
CHEERFULNESS 
^cheer'ily i 
cheer'iness i 
cheer'ingly 

CHEERINGLY 

cheer'less 

CHEERLESS ?' 

cheer'lessly,...- 

CHEERLESSLY 

cheer'lessness /• /^^^ 

CHEERLESSNESS L^-^^^J^- 
"cheer'y i \^ * 

Cheeryble /*-'<v 
cheese i i' ^\ 
cheese'-cakei 
cheese'-cloth 

cheese'-knife J 

Cheese'man i 7 
cheese'-paring 
chees'iness i 
chees'y i 

chef F. 
chef-d'ceuvre 
chefs-d'cEuvre 
Chelms'ford / 
Chel'sea ^"^"^s^ 

Cheltenham 

chem'ic 

chem'ical 

chem'ically 

chemiloon' 

chemise' 

chemisette 

chem'ism 

chcm'ist 

chem'istry 

Chem'nitz 
Chemung' 
chenille' 

e'ops 
crbourg 
Cherif-Pasha' 

cher'ish /y^ 
chcr'ishcr t^ 
cher'ishingly 
Cherokee' /.y 
cheroot' t^^ 
cherry 




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cher'ry-colorcd /./-.^ I J? 1/^ 
,chcr'ry-cordial /'^2-C /^ I J^ 

cherry-stone iru" 



chcr'ry-trcc 
chcr'soncsc 
chert 

cheJutc /^\/^V-^^ 
cheru'bical 



-A-x 
A- 

-~7 cher'ubim /.^/'V ly^ 

L-^l y^hcr'ubin^ y^~^l^ \ 
^-•-^ Chcrubi'ni — 4^ 



/ / Ches'apeakc/ 

/.■ . Z.:-^Che'5hire J; 



chess 

chess'-board 
chcss'man 
chessmen 

CHESS 

chcsu' 

chest 




CHESTER 



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Chester 

Chesierfield 

chestnut 

che'tah i 

cheval' F. 

cheval'-de-frise* F 

chevalier* 

chevaux' F 

chevaux'-de-frisc 

Chcv'iot 

Chevreul' 

chev'ron 

chew 3 

chewed 3 

Cheyenne' 

I Indians ; '"'"-^' 

Chianti' ll. *^l^^„,^_^l 
chiaroscuro It 

chibouk' 

chic F. 

Chica'go 

chicane* 

chican'ery , 

Chichester 

chick I 

chick'abiddy 

chick'adec 

Chickahom'ii 

Chickamau'ga 

Chickasaw 

chick'en 

chick.cn-breasted 
chicken-hearted 
chicken-pox ,'* 
Chtfk'cring 
chick'-pca I 

chick'wecd i 
Chic'opee 
chicory 
chid I 
chid'den i 
chide I 
chid'ingly x 
chief 1 
I clerk 



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I justice 
chiefest 1 
chief'-jus'ltccship i 
chiefly i 
chief'ship i 
chieftain 

chieftaincy 

chieftainship 

chiffonier' 

chignon F. y* 

f hig'oe y, 

Chihua'hua fx 

chil'blain 

child 

Child 

CHILD 
I of God 
child'-bcaring 
childbed 
childbirth 
childe 
Chil'dcric 
childhood 
childish 
child*ishly 
childishness, 
child'iess 
child'Iike 
child likeness 
chifdren 




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CHILDREN n 

I of God / 

II Israel 
II men 

Childs 
Chil'e 

Chil'ean ly^ 
chill I ¥ ' 
Chillicoth'e 
chiiriness 1 
chill'ing 1 
chill'ingly i 

chill'ness i 
Chillon' 
chilfy I 

Chil'peric 
Chiltern ' 
Chimbora'20 
chime i y\/ 
chime'ra L — ,. 
chimer'ic 
chimer'ical 
chimer'ically 
chim'ing t 
chim'ney 
chim'ney-breast 
chim'ney-cap 
chim'ney-corner 
.chim'neyed 
'chim'ney -piece 
chim'ney-pot 
chimney-swallow, 
chim'ney-sweep 
chim'ney-iop 
chimpan'zee 
chin I 

Chi'na 
Chi'naman 

Chi'namen 

CHINAMEN 
chi'na-shop 
chi'naware 
chinch / 

chinch*-bug u 
chinchil'la / 
chine i /v 
Chinese' J 
chink 

chink'apin 

Chinook* 
chintz I 
Chi'os 
chip I 
chip'munk 
chipped I j- 
chip'per / 
Chifj'pewa ^ 
Chip'peway 
chip'ping-bird 
chip'py I 

chircg'rapher 
chircgraph,jc_ 
chirograph 'icai-)i. 

chirog'raphist 

chirog'raphy 

chirolog'ical 

chirol'ogisl 
chirol'ogy^ 
chi'romanceji 

chi'romancy 
chiroman'tic 
Chi'ron 

chirop*odist 
chirp 
chirp'ingly V 



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chirrup /•;/'\ 
chisel l^ '\ 

chis'eiing 

chisel-shaped 
chit I 
chifchat 
chi'ton Gr. ^ 1" 
chifterling J 
Chifty 



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I your 

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I yours 

I yourself 
chooser 3 
choos'ing 
chop I 
chop'house i 

chop'in 

Chopin' 

chopine' 

chop'-Iogic 

chop'pcr 1 

chop'py I 

chop'stick 

choral 

cho'ralist 

cho'rally 

chord 

chore * 

chorea 

chore'al 

choreic 

chore'ifcrm 

cho'riairb. 

choriam'bic* 

choriam'bus 

cho'ric — i" 

chor'istcr 

chorog'rapher 

chorograph'icll 

chorograph'ically' 

chorog'raphy 

choroid 

choroid'a' 

chorus 
chose F 
I in action 
chose 
chosen 
Chou'an F. 
chough 
chouse 3 
choused 3 
chous'ing 3 
Chouteau' 
chow'chow 
chow'der 
Chriem'hitd 
chrism 

chris'mal 

chrisma'tion 
chris'malory 
Christ 

'Jcsui ^^ 
Chris'tabel 
Chrisl'-child 
chrii'tcn 
chria'tendom 
chris'tcning 
Chnsfhood 
Christian 

CHRISTIAN C— 

( a:;«ociation.. 
f belief 
I brrlhrrn 



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ttt 
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I spirit 

I system 

I work 

I world 
Christian' 
Christian' 
Chris'tianism 

CHRISTIANISM 
c. Christian'ity 
"Chrisiianiza'tio; 

CHRISTIANIZATION 

Ciirli'tiar.irc 
Chr: 



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CHRISTIANLIKE = 

Chris'tianiy _ J^ 

CHRISTIANLY 

Chris'tie F 
Christi'na 
Christ like 
Christ'mas 

Chrisi'mastidfej. 

Chris'topher 

Chris'ty c- 

chro'mate 

chromat'ic 

ch romat'ical 

chromat'ically_ 

chromat'ics 

chro'matism 

CHROMATISM 

chromalog'raphy 
chromalofogy 
chrome ^ 
chromc'-gVcen 



chuf finess 

chuf'fy 

chum 
chum'ming 

chump 

chum'ship 

chunk 

chunk'y 

church 

I and state 
abllshmcnt 

ory 
rj I music 
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II Er.gUnd / 



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;hurch'ill q n^ ^ 0' 



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Ch 

ch'jrch-like 
hurch'lincss 
church'ly 
church'man 
church'manl 
church'manly 
church'-member 
CHURCH-MEMBER 
church'-mcmbcrship 
CHURCH-MEMBER- 
chvirch'men (SHIP 



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h'-mouse / r f^X 



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chro'mic 

hro'mium 
chro'mo^ 
chromoiith'ograph 
chromolithog'raphc 
chro'mclithograph'ic 
chro'moliihog'raphy 
chromophotog'raphy I 
chron'ic ^ 
chron'ically"' 

chron'icle 

chron'icler 

chronol'ogcV 

chronclog'ic<-| 
chronolog'ical 
chronolog'ically 
chronol'ogist crpt^ 
hronol'ogy * 

chronom'cler 
chronomct'ric 
chronomct'rical 
ch.'onom'elry 

chrys'alid Z^? 

chryn'ali* '" f^ ^ 

chrysan'thcmum 

Chryst'ij = 1-; =^"^v Y 

chrys'obcryl c/ ^^^ , 

chryi'olite 

Chrysos'tom 

chub 

chub'bineti 




churrh'-rale 
churchship 

urch'warden 
church'wardcnship 
CHURCHWARD 
y— church'y l^ 

i \^fhurchyard 
/( — ?~churl 

churlish 



churl'ishly 
churl'ishness 

urn 
chute 3 

chyla'ceous ^ 
chyle I ^ 

chylifac'iiot> 
CHyLlFACTION 
chy'hfy I 
chy'lous I y^ 

,hymc 1 (^ 

ciiymifica'tion 

CHVMIFICATION 

hym'ify 
chy'mous i 
Cib'bcr .cs. " . [ 

cicatrice 




_^.V 



chub'by 
I broihT ^. .T^ chub'-faced 



> "^. ^ 

eicalri'cesQ Oy Q <y ,6 f]- 

cicatri'cial .(j) J_y k 

clc'airisive \^ 

c— p- / / cicn'trix L O-t— <" H '' 'X 

L — > / / cicatrl/nnl I D .1^ \. 

/\ ?v^f^icatriza'tion 



-C^ 



I character 



chu'. 



( 



L. 



cic'airite 
cic'atrlxcd 

cic atriiir.j 



l"-t M^"-^ 



CICELY 



64 



CIVIC 



F.1 

-(P 



Cic'ely 
Cic'ero 

ciccro'ne 

Cicero'nian 

Cicero'nianism 

Cid 

ci'der i 

ci-devant' 

cigar' 3 

cigarette' 

cil'ia L. 

cil'iary 

cil'iate 1 

cil'iated 

Cili'cia 

Cili'cian 

cil'iform 

cil'ium 

Cim'bri 

Cim'bria, 

Cim'bric 

Cimicif'uga < 

Cimme'rian 

Ci'mon 

cinch '^-^ 

cincho'na / 

cinchon'ic 

cinchon'idine * 

cin'chonine 

cin'chonism. 

cin'chonize 

cin'chonized 

cin'chonizing 

Cincinna'ti ^^^- — ^—-^ 

Cincinna'tus .1 

cinc'ture 

cin'der i ^ — 

cin'dery q ^ 

cin'erary 
cinera'tion '^•^^ 
Cingalese' 
cin'nabar 
cin'nabaric 
cin'nanion 
cinque 
I Ports '^^ — ^ 
cinquecen'to It. 
cinque'foil 

Cipan'go ^ 
ci'pher i 
ci'pherer i 
Cipria'ni .( 
cir'ca L. 
Cirgas'sia 

Circas'sian 
Cir'ce 
Circe'an 
cir'cle ^y 
cir'clet a^ 
cir'cuit 

I court 

II of the U. S. 
I judge 

cir'cuit-breaker 

cir'cuit-closcro- 

circu'itous 

circu'itously 

circu'itousness 

circu'ily 

cir'cular 

circular'it 

cir'cularly 

cir'culate 

circula'tion 

cir'culator 



S --^ ^ 






cir'culatory 
circumam'biencyi 
circumam'bient 
circumam'bulale « 

rcircumambula'tion - — A 
cir'cumcise i 
circumci'sion I v 
circum'ference ^ 
circumferen'tial 

CIRCUMFERENTIAL-<^^=^ 
circumferen'tially ILY j 
ciT'cumflex 



»/^ 





cir'cumflexed 
cir'cumflexing' 
circumflex'ion 
circumgy'rate /v 
circumgyra'tion /• 
circumgy'ratory 

circumja'cence / ^/ , 

ircumja'cent '^t*_9 ^^ 

circumlocu'tion 

circumlocu'tional 

circumlocu'tionary 

circumlocu'tionist 

circumloc'utory < 

cirrumnav'igable 
"^ircumnav'igate 

circumnaviga'tion 

circumnav'igator 
^circumro'tary 

circumrota'tion (j/i 

circumro'tatory/A [j 
'circumscrib'able 

circumscribe <TTj \^ 

circumscrib'er 

circumscrip'tion 

CIRCUMSCRIPTION 

circumscrip'iive 

CIRCUMSCRIPTIVE 

circumscrip'tively 

CIRCUMSCRIPTIVEL 

)cir'cumspect 
circumspec'tion 
circumspec'tive 
circumspec'tively 
cir'cumspectly 
cir'cumspectness 
cir'cumstance 

CIRCUMSTANCE 
cir'cumstanced c 
/^j CIRCUMSTANCED 
cir'cumslances 
CIRCUMSTANCES 
I of the case 

circumstan'tial 
CIRCUMSTANTIAL 

I evidence 
circumstan'tially f 
CIRCUMSTANTIALLY 
circumstan'liate 






c^ CIRCUMSTANTIATE 
_5 V--circunistantia'tion 

"IRCUMSTANTIATION 



r 

— . ' circumval'Iate 






cite I 
cith'ara 
cith'ern i 
/v^_ /citified I 
> M cifizen 

I of the U. S 
cit'izeness 
cit'izenship 
CITIZENSHIP 
cit'rate i 
cit'ric '^* 
cit'rine 1 

cit'ron i "'^- 
cit'y J 

CITY 

o/l S*of Albany 
"^S Vfw Allegheny 

II Atlanta 
II Baltimore 
II Berlin 
II Boston 

II Brooklyn 

"1 Brussels...^ 

11 Buffalo _, 

II Cairo K /\ 

ji Calcutta 5t7: 

II Chicago 

/ ^ II Cincinnati T . f 
J. V^ Cleveland.5.-r^4- 
II Denver 
II Detroit [ 
II Geneva,.. 
II Glasgow 
II Indianapolis 
11 Lisbon ^"^ 

II London 
It Louisville 1 

II Madrid ,C.... 

11 Manchester r 




k^.-^..kj. 




II Mexico U— \ 
II Milwaukee.- 
ti Minneapolis 

II Moscow \_ ^ 

II Naples - 

II Newark 
II New Orleans] 
II New York .. 
II Omaha 

II Paris 

tt Philadelphia 

II Providence 

^ .* i. /O , " Rochester \/l} 

circum valla tion oV^' oW ov* it Rome 

circumvent' 11 St. Louis 

circumven'lion i 11 St. Paul (^_^ 

circumvent'ive ^^--^.^^Jy ° Nv "^^^^^ " ^^- Petersburg., 

circumvent'or ^*— ' ^ 11 San FranciS' 

circumvolu'lion / xl o-v n Tokio 

^/circumvolve' \v/^o^^ V^'' \ 011 Vienna 

^cir'cus ^^^ ' II Washington 

Ci'rencester •% Jz yv civ'et 

cirrho'sis L. \) 'o^** 'c^ I civ'et-cat 

cirrhol'ic civic 
\ 



-r\rT 



t-r^^ 



.t~/ 



CIVICS 



6:-, 



CLEMENCY 



CIV ICS 

civ'il K 
I damage 
I day 
I death. 



clamp 
.damped 
clamp'ing 

-clan 3 
f.-.- Clan'ccy 



I engineer. ' } ({^, Clan'cy <^ =— . ,_ ^ claften 

i!aw V^j^ VA^'^V,^^_^/clandes'tine \ L "if clafteri 

I list ..clandestinely I V b Claude 

I marriage „ n . clandestineness ^ y ' Qaudi 



^ 



' "damage /) /l P /V, ^""'" 

I power V^ v/kVo^ clang 

I rights __.rr^y. clanged 

I servant. ^ — ^ „ ^ , clanging 




I some 

II one (see some)i 
I something. 
I the 

I thcirc 

II own 



I you 
claim'abte 




claim'ant 

claim'cr 

claim'ing 

claim'Iesf 

cl.itm'-nolicc 

c'nim^ committee 
( I ur-tu'dience 
I l.«irau'dicnt c 
cliiirvoy'ancc 
cirtirvov'ant 
r)am 

LJambake 
clam'f'^r 
c tittn Ik red 
( lam micr 
( Inm'miest 

c lam'mtiv r . 

clam'minc3» 
f larn'my 

c lam'or c < 

t lam orcf 
f tam'oroii': „ 
c lam or 
clam or 



-VCJi 



gorous 
clank 

clan'nish 3 j 

clan'nishly 3 ^ 
clan'nishness 3 
clan'ship 3 

-CLANSHIP 
cians'man 3 
clans'men 

CLANSMEN 

clap 

clap'board 

Clapp 

clapper 

clap'perclaw 

clap'trap 

claque F. 

claqueur' F. 

Clara c- f- \ 

Clar'chen 

Clare 

Clar'ence 

Clar'endon 

clar'ct 

Clar'ibcl 

iClar'ice 

clarifica'tion 

CLARIFICATIOI^ 

clar'ifier 

clar'ify 

clar'ifying 

cjar'inet 

clar'ion 

ClariS'sa 

Clark 

Clarke ~ 
Clark'son 
clash 

clash'ingly*^^^ ^' 
clasp '<^. 

clasp'-knifc ^~(' 
cjasp'-lock '" 

lass 3 
class'abtc 3 

class'day 3 - — ^r 
classed 3 1 

as'sic 
clas'sical 

clas'sicalismc 
xlss'sicalist 






clas'sifying*^ 
dass'ing 3 
class'man 3 
class'mate 3 
clat'ter c — 
clat'lerer 

ingly<= — n- Y — I T 1 

Clau'dianj 1 ( 
Clau'dio Ju 

Clau'dius 

Claus 

lause I 
claus'tral 
clave 
clav'er 
Clav'erhouse 

clav'ichord 
clav'icle 
clavic'ular 
claw I 

claw'-hammer 
claw'less i 

Clax'ton^^ 

clay 
Clay 

clay'ey 

clay'ish 

clay'morc 

Clay'ton ^^ — i 

clean i J 

clean'culi 

clean'er 

clean'est 

clcan'lier 

clcan'liest 
clcan'lily 
clean'-limbed 
clean'ly fa.) 
clean'ly (adv.) 
clean'ncss i 
eans'able 

CLEANSABLi^ 

cleanse 
cleansed 
lear 
clcar'ancc 

^ iCIear'chus 

i-/ clear-cut 
clcar'cr 
clcar'est 
y V clcar'-hcadcd 



.r 



clas'sicism' — roi ^ ^ 




clai'sicist 
'-T-'^cIa»'sifiablc 



^/cl-issif'ic 
classificn'tion 



-- d 



CLASSIFICATIO:' 
claj'sificatory' — ■{ 
clas'tiHer 
clas'siry 



clcar'-hcadcdncss 
-v^^ clear'ing-house 
>>clcar'ly 

clcar'ncss 

cicar'-sccing 
a: cicar'-sightcd 

cicar'-sighlcdncss 

clear'slarch 

clcar'slarcher 

clear'story 

Clcar'y 

cleat I 

clcav'ablc 

cicav'age 

cleave I 

clcav'cr 

clef 

cleft 

cicft'-footed 

!?~^CIegK 
■^ clcm'atiacL- 

cicm'cncy 



C 




CLEMENT 



66 



COACTIVELY 



cicm'ent 
CIcm'ent 
Clemcn'ti 

Clcmcnfi'na 
Clem'entine 
clem'ently 

Clcm'ents 

clench 

Cleom'enes 

Cleopa'tra 

Clephane' 

clep'sydra 

cleptoma'nia 

cleptoma'niac 
cler'gy '^ 
cler'gyman 
cler'gymen 

CLERGYMEN 

cler'ic 

cler'ica! 

clcr'icalism 

clerk 

clerk'ly 




cH'quish ^r— 
cli'quishness 
cli'quism 

cH'toris L.*~ vU/^ 

Clive Ir c: 

cloa'ca 

cloak *^t — 

cloaked c 

cloak'-room 

clock 
clocked c 



^^ 




clerk'ship 

Cler'monl 

Cieve'land 

clev'er 

clev'erly 

clev'erncsa 

clev'is 

clew 3 

click c 

clicked I 

cli'ency V ? 

cli'ent I / 

cli'entage 

clien'tal 

clientele' 

cli'cntship 

CLIENTSHIP 

cliff I 

Clifford 

cliff'y 

Clifton 

climac'tcric 

cli'mate 

climat'ic 

climat'ical 

climatog'raphy 

climatolog'ica| 

climatol'ogist 

climatol'ogy 

cli'max 

climb 

climb'cr 

climb'ing 

clime 

clinch 

Cline 

cling 

cling'ing 

clins'stone 

clin'ic 

clin'ical 

clin'icaUy 

clink 

clink'er 

clink'er-built 

clinquant' F, 

Clin'ton 

Clio 

clip 

clip'per 

clip'per-built 

clique P. 





clock'Iike' 
clock'-maker 
clock'-tower 
clock'work 

V .y clod 

//-T-^y/ clod'hopper 

c — ^^T^: 

clog'-dance *f 
log'-danccr 
clog''dancing 
clogged f 



_tlog'ginc35 
^clog'gy 

cloisonne' F, 
clois'ter i 
clois'tered 
clois'tral 
'clon'ic 
Cloots 
Clorin'da 
close _ 
I by I 
closed 
close'-fisted 
close'-fistedness 
close'-handed 
close'-handedncss 
close'-hauled 

close'ly 

close'-mouthcd 

close'ness 

clos'er 

close'reefed 

clos'est 

close'-stool 

clos'et 

^/n? closc'-tongued 
^^' ^ closing 
clo'sure 
clot I 
Clotaire' 
cloth 
clothe 

clothes 

lothes'-bask 
clothcs'-brush 
clothes'-horse 
clothes'-line 
clothes'-moth 
clothcs'-pin I 
clothes'-press 
clothes'-wrin 
clothMer^^-py ^y 
cloth'ing V^ 
cloths 
Clotil'da 
Clotildc' 
clot'ty 
cloture' F 
cloud 

cloud'-bursl 
cloud'-capped' 
xloud'-compeller a 
cloud'-compclling 




cloud'-drift 

cloud'icr 
"^S^oud'icst 

cloud'ily 

cloud'iness 

cloud'land 

cloudless^ 1/^ 

l.^ — Scloud'lessly Af 

cloud'lessness 

cloud'y 

clough 

Clough 

clout 3 

clove 

cTo'ven 

clo'ven-fooled 

clo'ven-hoo4"ed 

clo'ver 

Clovis' "n"!' 
clown 3 Vn 
clown'ish 

clown'ishly 
clown'ishness 





y"i. 




^TT'^.r? Clyde 

>= ^ ^ clyster i 




Clu'ny 

clus'ter _ 

clus'tered 

clus'teringly 

clutch 

clut'ter 

Clylemnes'tra 
Cly'tie 

ni'dus 
coach 
coach'-dog 

oach'f'jl 
coach'-horse 
coach'man i / 

coach'manship I' — t^ 

COACHMANSHIP 

coach'men ~T7 ' 7 "T 

COACHMEN /-^-^ I'-r^ 

coact' 



^- 





COACTIVITY 



67 



COEXISTENT 




coactiv'ity 

coadapta'tioa 

cbadapt'ed 

coadja'cence- 

ccadja'ceat 

coadjust' 

coadjusi'mcnt — py 

COADJUSTMENT , 

coad'jutant i^_^ 

coadju'tive ;>/ ~^ ~^ 

coadju'lor v \ h 

coadju'torship r J ^! > 

coa'gcncy | » —yn ""X^ ' ^''"^ 

coa'gent L^^ L ( ' green 

coagulabil'ity j [ ' coball'ic 

coag'ulable y^ « cobalt'ous" 

rnag'iilant Y X ■^' ^^ Cobb 

coag'ulate * * .i/^ i 

coagula'tion 

coag'ulalive 

coag'ulator 

coag'ulatory 

coag'ulum 

coal 

coal'-bargc 

coal'-basin 

coal'-bed 

coal'-bin 

coal'-black 

coar-box~|" 

coal'-brcakcr 

coal'-bunker 

coal'-car 

coal'-chuie 

coal'-dust _ 

coalesce' ' 

coalesced' 

coales'ccnce 

coales'ccnt 

coales'cing 

coal'ing 

coali'tion /"^ 

coali'tioniat —37-^ v 

coal'-measurcs 

coal'-minc 

coal'-miner 

coal'-oil 

coal'pit ' 

coal'-scrcen 

coal'-scuttle 

coal'-ship 

coal'-slaclc 

coal'-smut 

coal'-stove 

coal'-tar 

Co'an 

coapl' 

coap'tate 

coaptation 

coapia'tor 

coarse 

coarse'-graincd^ 

coarsc'Iy 



cock'neydom 

cock'ncyish 

cock'neyism' 

cock'pit 
cock'roach _ 
cocks'combl 
cock'-sure 

i<___^ CO ck' -s u r eness 



cock'swain I 

cock'tail 

co'coa 




^?.S/ 



1 



T_ 



co'coanut 
co'coanut-oil 
co'coa-oil 




Co'chin — j~7 

Co'chin-Chi'na J 
Co'chin-Chinese' 

coch*incal 
coch'lca L. , 
coch'Icar ( ' 
coch'Ieate 
Coch'ran (i. 



LiL^. L^L» 





^\^ Cochran^ 
co-citizen' 
cock I 
cockade' 
Cockaigne' 
cockatoo' . 
cock'atrice 

cock'bill 
Cock'burn 
cock'chafer 
cock'crow X 
cocked 
cock'er i 



I 



1-^ \ 



coars en 
coarse'nett - 
coari'cr 

coari>»t 

coarttc'ulatcd ^_a. f> 
coarticula'tion 
coast 

coast'ed <: 

coast'cr ' 
coast'-linc ~ y f^^^-o 
crj3-.i'v/ard fv 
COASTWARD 



,^/Cock'erel 

cock eyed' 
cock'fight 



-H? 



cock'fightingT 
cock'horsci 
cock'ie-leekie 
cock'ing-main 1 




co'coa-tree 

cocobo'lo Sp 
cocoon' 
cod I 
co'da It. 
cod'dlc 

ode 
codefend'ant 
codet'ta It. 
co'dex L. 
cod'fish 
cod'P.sh-ball 
cod'fish-cake 

codg'er , n 

codices L. / 
cod'icil 
^-^odicil'lary j 
^odifica'tion 

^CODIFICATION 

'-.-^ co'difier p^V 
(_/'co'dify 
cod-liv'cr 

Co'drus — — 
Coe ' f 

cocduca'tion 

coeduca'tional 

cocfn'ciency 

COEFFICIENCY 

CoefTi'cient 

COEFFICIENT-LY 

cocfii'cienti 

coe'qual 

coequal'ily 

coe'qually 

oerce' 
coerced' 
coer'ccr 
coer'cible — \ 

COERCIBLE 

coer'ciblencss 

COERCIBLENESS 

cocr'cion 
coer'civc 

oer'civcly 
cocr'civeness 
coessen'tial 

COESSENTIA L-LY 

cocssenttal'ity 
cocssen'tially 





ncoctcr'nal — ;— ^ __-Q_--_n 
cocler'nally Vt * rf ' tL_^. 
cocter'nity — ^ ^' — ^ j 




Cccur de Lion 

coc'val 

coexec'utor 

COEXECUTOR 
cocxrc'utrix 

COEXECUTRIX 

coexist 

coexist'ence 

coexiat'cn 




f-^ 



COEXTEND 



68 



COLLUSORY 




coextend' 

coextcn'sion 

coexten'sive 

coexten'sively- 

coexten'siveness 

coffee X 

coffee-bean i _ 
cof fee-berry_T ' 
coffee-cup 1 1 

coffee-house i ] 

coffee-mill 

coffee-pot iT 

coffee-room 

coffer 

cofferdam 

Coffey; 

coffin 

Coffin 

cog I 

Co'gan 

co'gency 

COGENCY 

co'gent 

co'gcntly 

cogged J 

cog'itate 

cogita'lion 

cog'italive 

cog'itatively 

co'gnac 

cog'nate 

cogna'ti L. ., 

cogna'tion 

cogna'tus L. 

cogni'tion i 

cog'nitive 

cognizabil'ity 

cog'nizable 

COGNIZABLE-Y-ILITY 

cog'nizably' 
cog'nizance i 
cog'nizant i 
cog'nize i 
cognizee' 
cognizor* 

cogno'men 

cognom'lnal 

cogno'vjt L. 

cog'-ratl 

coguard'ian 3 

cog'wheel 

co'habit 

cohab'itant___ 

cohabita'tion* 

coheir' 

cohcir'css 

coheir'ship 

Co'hen 

cohere 

coher'ence 

coher'ency 

COHERENCY 

coher'ent 
coher'ently 
cohesibil'ity 
cohc'sible 

COHESIBLE-ILITY/ 

cohe'sion 

cohc'sivc 

cohe'sively— 

cohc'sivcness 

Cohn 

co'hort 
coif I 
coiffure 



II one (see another) 



COLLYER 



69 



COMMITTEEMEN 



Collyer 

col'ocynth 

Cologne' 

Colom'bia 

co'lon 

Colon' 

colo'nel 

colo'ne 

col 

colo'nialism y^ 

col'onist C_^^ 

coloniza'tion jT^ 




.lo'nelcy^,^ 
>lo'ntal ^- — ^ 



■^"^n^ 



F 




com'bat i 
com'batable 
com'batant 
com'bater I 
com'bative i 
com'bativeiy i 

com'bativeness i 

comb'-honey 

combin'able 

COMB 

comb 

comb 

combin'ediy ino/ 

comb'ing |^>- 

combustibil'ity 1/^ 

combus'tible 'v./ 

combus'libIeness>p. 

combus'lion 



.■^ '^^^ 




binable\Ij-~t-S' "s. 
bina'tion ..>\. — j::> 

bine' i J 



^> 



<. 



i 




cororablene^V'\,^__ 



col'orably 
Colora'do 

I Rivei |i 

I Springs 

colora'tion V^H 

col'oraturc n -^ t •T. 
color-be areti ' .-T-,, 

col'or-blincl L S 

color-blindness 
col'Dred 

I glass 

I light 

I man 

I people 

I race 
col'orist 
col'Drlcss 
colorlessness 
cot'or-line 

coror-printing "V^^. ^, 

coror-sergeoni L_ __J 

colos'sal 

C''Io-.se'um 

c'.los'si 
Colos'sian 1 

Colos'sians 

colos'sus 

colos'trum 

col'porlag 

colporteur' 

colt 

Colt 

colter 

coll'iih I 

colt'ishly 

colt'i^hncss 

colt'-likc 

collVfoot 

Colum'ba 

columba'rium 

C'llum'bia 

t''.,-T.l„..,l 




colum'nar 

col'um 

co'ma L. 

Coman'che 

co'malosci 

comb 



n"ule^ i^ 



i/-r 



come 
COME 

I across 

II a (see across) 

I after 

II a (see after) 

I back 

1 down . 

Mtbc (see down) 

forth 
I forward 
I into 

I there 

I through r\- 

II a (see through) j 

I to be 

II find 

III a (see find) 

II understand 

III it (see understand) 
i upon 

II a (see upon) 
I ye 

comc-at'abil'ity 

come-at'-able 

comc'dian 

comictienne' F. 

comcdict't^ It. 

comedown 

com'edy 

come'lier 

comc'licst 

come'lin cis 

come'ly 

Come'niu 

comc-oul'cr 

com'cr 
co'mcs L. _ 
com'ct 
com'ctary 

com'fit 

com'fort ' 
com'forlabic 
com'fortableness' 
com'fortably 

com'forter ■^'~"*v 
com'fortlcns \ 
com'forllc»»ly ' 
com'forllcsjnr 
com'tc 
com'ical 

comical'ily r~ 
com'ically 
com'icnlncss ' 
Comincs' 

comiquc' F. -r 

comita'tus L>. ' 




ri'^ 



■-^-l- 



com ma i 
command' 3 
command'able ' 
f commandant' 3 
command'er 3' 
■command'er-in-chief 
command'ership* 

COMMANDERSHIP 

command'ery 
command'ing 3 

I officer 
command'ingly 
command'ment 3 

comme il faut F. 
commeas'urable 
commem'orale 
commemora'lion 
■"commem'orative 

com mem 'orator 
.comme m'oralory 

commence 

commenced' 
- comme nee' ment 

commenc'ing- 

commend' 
.commend'able -^ 
com mend 'able nes 

commend'ably 
-commenda'tion 

commend'atory 

commend'ing 

surabic _ 

surablene^3 

surably 

surale- 

suratcly 




. commen 

"com men 

commen 

commen 

- -commen 




I 



ommcn'suratcncss 
- commensura'tion 
com'mcnl 
com'mcntary 
com'mcntator 
com'mcnting 
com'mercc (n.) 
commerce' (v.) 
commerced' 
com'mcrcclcss 
commer'cial \ 
commcr'cialism 

commcr'cially 

p ncommin'glc 

^ ^jcom'minutc i 

comminu'tion 3' 
^ r- commis'cratc 
I commis'crating 




-^. 



*:_ 



•"^ 



commiscra tion 
commissa'rial 
commissa'riat 
com'missary ^ 



1*^ ■'^ '•^'^ com'missary-fecn'cral f 
\^ >v_P >),/-com'mis5aryship 

y^ At) commis'sion j "^ 

''^>/' '"y ■ commis'sion-agent f 




commis sioncr 




[j-com 



commil'Iccmcn 



COMMITTEEMEN 



70 



COMPOUND THEM 



rU-' 




COMMITTEEME 

commit'tee-room 

commix 

commixed' y 

commix'ing 

commix'lure 

commode' 

commo'dious 

commo'diously 

commo'diousness 

commod'ity i 

com'modore 

Com'modus 

com'mon 

COMMON 

I belief 

I carrier 

I council 

1 law 

1 multiple 

I place 

I pleas 

I prayer,. 

I school 

I sense 
Com'monalty 
com'moner 
com'monest 
com'monish 
com'monly 

com'monness 

com'monplace 

corn'monplace-bodk 

tom'mons '^ 

com'monweal... 

com'monwealth 

commo'tion 

com'munal 

com'munalism' 

com'munalist 
communalis'tic • 
com'mune 1 (n ) 
commune' 3 (v.) 
communicability 
commii'nicable 

commu'nicableness 

commu'nicably 

commu'nicant 

commu'nicate 

communica'lion 

commu'nicative 

commu'nicativeness 

commu'nicalor 

commu'nicatory 

commun'ing 3 

commun'ion 3 

com'munism I 

com'munisi 1 

communis'tic 

communis'tically 

commu'nity 3 '' — ^* 

commutabil'ity I 

commut'able 3 

commut'ablcness 
commUta'tion 
commuta'tion -ticket 
commut'ative 3 
commut'aljvely 3 a 
com'mutator 
commutc'3 j 
commut cr 3 n\ 
Co'mo 

compact' *N. 
compact'ly \_; 
compactness 




compan'ion 

compan'ionable 

compan'ionableness 

compan'ionably ' 

compan'ionless 

compan'ionship 

COMPANIONS.HIP 

com'pany 

com'parable 

comparableness 

om'parably' 

ompar'ative 
compar'atively 
compare 
compar'ison 

ompart'mpnl . 
com'pass 
com'passable 
com'passed 
com'passing 
compas'sion 3 




compas sionatc 3 
compas'sionately 3 
compas'sionateness 3 
com'passless 
compatibil ity 
compat'ible 





( r~j^ -/compat'iblenes?^ 

_/ compat'ibly 

compa'triot 
compeer' i 
compel' 
compel'ling 

com'pend i 
compen'dious "^ 
compen'diously 

ompen'diousness, 
Compen'dium 
com'pensale 
compensa'tion 
compcn'sative 
compen'satory 
compete' i 
>,^^com'petence 
com'petency 

COMPETENCY 

com'petent 
com'petently 
-r^ competi'tion i 
DV_ compet'itivc 
compet'itof 

ompet'itory 
compila'tion 
compile' X 
compil'er x * 
ompil'ing I 
compla'cence 
'■'-— -|^ ■-■^ — ?■ compla'cency 
^ i (J compla'cent 



"^-\X 





"compla'cently 





j complain' ^s^ ^ ^s^^^ ( 
^ complain'ant ^i;^ ^i^ ^i * 
N^ complain'er /\*^ 



complain'ingly 

complaint' 

com'plaisance 

com'plaisant 

com'plaisantly 

com'plaisantness 

com'plement 

complemen'tal 

COMPLEMENTAL 

complemen'tary 

COMPLEMENTARY 

;complete' i 




'his ^ 

II own (see h.s). 
J ito 



justifica 
1 our , '"^i^^ 
H own (see our). ^ 

I that 1 

II which (see that) '\ 

the I. 

their / 

11 own (see the 
I theirs 
I them 

I this 
,^ i your 
\^ii own (see your) 

I yours 
completely l„ 
complete'ness 
comple'tion i 
com'plex 
complex'ion 
complex'ioned 
complex'ity 
com'plexly 

com'plexness 
^ compli ance X 
compli'ant I 
com'plicate ^ 
complica'tion 
complicity 
com'pliment 
complimen'tal 

COMPLIMENTAL-LY, 

Compliment'ally 
.compli me n t 'aril y 
COMPLIMENTARILY 

compliment'ary 

COMPLIMENTARY 

compliment'ative 
com'plimenter 
com'plot I 
comply' I 

compo'nent 'x. 
comport' 
compos mentis L» 
compose' 
composed' 
composedly 

ompos'edness 
compos'er 
compos'ing 
compos'ing-machine 
compos'ing-room' 
compos'ing-rule 

compos'ing-stick 
compos'ite 
composi'tion I 
compos'itive 
compos'itor 
com'post I 
compo'sure 
compote' F. 
com'pound i (n. and a ) 
interest 

ompound' 3 (v.) 

I a-an-and 



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I Its ii 

II own (see its) 
I the ,..../^... 

I them 7^ 



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COMPOUND THIS 



CONCURRENCE 




comput er 3 
com'rade i 
com'radcship i 

Com'stock 
Comte 
om'tism 



om tist 
o'mus 
con I 

I amore It. 
I fuoco It. 
I moto It. 



"n 



I Ihis 
compound'er 3..^. "^^ 

comprehend' 

I a-an-and 

I another 

I her 

I hers 

■ his 

H own (see his) 

I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 

I several "cv 'Cv 'cv ~cbncat'enate 

II other (see severaljN^pN^oN^ concatenation . 

I such >w TL / concave 

II a (see such)irv 'cv ■<^^^ — con'cavely 

I that \_, \^, X^^ concav ity 

II which (see that) y ^ ^ concavo-con cav 
I the 'cv ^v *^\ ' concavo-con'vex 
1 them \^^ ^v_^^^^ conceal' i 
I themselves ^ T^concealable i 



XI 




y^ concil'iatory 
.•^ \\ concise' i 
-^ concise'Iy i 



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I this 
I us 

I \vhich 
I whom 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 
I yourself 

cornprehensibil'ily 

comprehen'sibic 
COMPREHENSIBLE 
[Y-ILITY 

comprehen'siblcncs^ 

COMPREHENSIBL 

comprchen'siblylN 

comprchcn*sion< 

comprchcn'sivc 

comprchen'iivcly 

comprehcn'sivencss "CSs; '^\^^^ 
compress I (n.)''^\ ^Nq ^^o 
compress' (v) 

compressed' 'Cs^^ '*>S; C"^ 
comprcssibil'iiy ^^ ^"^^^ 




concise'ness i 
conclave i 
conclude' 3 

I a-an-and 

I his 

M own (see his)'^ 

I it 

I its 

ti own (see its) 

I several 

n other (sec several) 

I such 

If a fsee such) 

I thai 

K the (sec that) "^ "^-^ *^ 

•o •& > t' r^atter(cp. take the) 

I their -c-7 '^~i^ "^'^^ 

conceai'edness i.fc V, -b I 9^^~^^ theirs 

conceal'er i • ■ .<^ 




-c_jp -^ p •<• p 




conceal'ment i /""''^ 
concede' i .^ 

conced'edly I 

conceit' i 

onceit'edly i 
conceit'edncss I 
conceiv'able i 
concciv'ableness x 
conceiv'ably i 

onceive' i 
conceiv'jng x 
conccn'tcr 

oncen'tered 

concen'tcring 

concen'trate 

"^nccntra'tion 

conccn'trative 

concen'trativcness 




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con'centratoj; 
^Vc conccn'tric 

compressible " '^ ^concen'trical 

COMPRESSIBLECv '^S- '^\. concin'tricatly "*'-— 0" ^l-;--^- 

comprcss'il/lcncsa \q ^1^ ^^q^__^conccntrtc'ity J ^ 

compress'ing ^^^ ^^"'^'s^J? con'cept i 

compression cs. "cs^ "^N: concep'tion 

compres'sivc ^O ^P ^^^-^s. concep'tional 

compress'or 

concern'cdiy -o*^ 
concern'cdDess ^\i 



\ them 

I this 

II is (see this) 
I upon '^-v 

I which Vo 

II the (see which) 
I whom '^ 
n the (sec whom) ' 

I you 

II are (see you) 

I your 

II own (sec your) 
I yours 

conclu'sion 3 
.j~-^:r^o n c I u ' s i ve 
evidence 
Q-u-^^ I proof 

r I testimony 
Inconclusively 
conclu'sivencss 
concoct" 
concoci'er 



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comprise' 1 "CNsy '" 
comprised* i ^^o 
compria'tng 1 

com 'prom tsc'Cs^ '^S/ "^n./ 
compromised ^^--^^^'''T^ ^ 

com'promiscr 

comploir* F. 

compul'saiory 

compul'tton 

compul'sorily' 

compul'sorme 

compulkory 

compunc'tion 'n^ '>. f^ 

compunc'tionlea»N,,, ^^jO N^'ON 

compunc'liouk 

compunc'tiouxly "Cn^ Cs 

c:impurga'lion' 

compurgator 

compurgalo'rial^s^ '*^'^Nt \ V *^o"chorogy 
compur'^aiory ^v_-_?^n— p-^'^^conch'-shell ; 
computabtrny fej [^^^ concierge' F 

computable 3 'x. , * concil'iaic I 

computation 3 ^'^ ^S ^'v% concilia'tion 
compute' 3 >s. U concil'ialive 



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concern ing 
conccrn'menl 
con'cert i (n ) 
concert' (v.) 
conccrtj'na 
concertmcis'ter G 
\^ /Ocon'ccrt-music 

^ concer'to It. /"^-^ 

conccs'sion L^ 1 
conces'sioner 
conces'sionist 
»ory 



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■d I fn j 



■<^ -^ 



^\jconcc»'; 
^Ttonch 



^on'chiform 
on'choidr 
onchol'ogist 




concoc tion 

concomitance 

concom'ilancy 

CONCOMITANCY 

concomitant 

concom'ilAntly 

con'cord 

concord 

Con'cord 

concord'able -t 

concord'ance 1 

concord'ancy 

concordant 
concordantly ^c— w» 
Concordia 

con'course 

concrete 1 (a and n ) 
concrete' i (v ) 
concretely 
concrcte'ness 1 
concretion 1 
concrc'ttonary 
concubinage 
I Tconcu'binaf 

' concu'binary 
con'cubine 
concu'piicencc 
concu'pitcent 
concur' 
concur'renco 



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n. 




CONCURRENCY 



72 



CONGREGATIONAL 



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concur rency 

concur'rent 
concur'rently 

concur' rentness 

concus'sion 

concus'sive 

Conde' ~ i ~] 

condemn' I 

condem'nable 
condemna'tion j 
condem'natory L-^--v.^^ 
condemn'ing 

condensabiTity 
condens'able 
condensa'tion 
condense' i j 

condensed' J' ij 

condens'er 

condescend' 
condescend'ing 
condescend'ingly 
condescen'sion 
condign' i 
condign'Iy i 

con'diment 

condiment'al 

CONDIMENTAL. 

condi'tion 

condi'tional 

condi'tionally 




I states 
confedera 
confed'erati 

CONFEDERATIVE 

confed'eralor 

confer' 

conferee' 

conference 

confer'menl 

confer'rable 
confer'rer 

confer'va 



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'tion ^--0 ^--A ^^ 
>tive ^ Ij ■ 

RATIVE'i I u 






r 



confer'vac 

confess' 

confessed' 

confess'edly 

confess'er 

confess'ing 

confes'sion f 
confes'sional vD 
confes'sionalism 

confes'sionalist 
confes'sionary 
confess'or . \ 

onfess'orship K^^y/^ 

CONFESSORSHIP 

confidant' 




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s 




r I ■ r confidante' [• i v r 

U L L. confide' I V^ V^ V^ 

/ / con'fidence J- [ J- 

condo'latory \~*X \f/^ V/"'^^ con'fident 1- I' V 

condole' y^ V V confiden'tial V-^ V-, ^^ 

condole'ment confidential-ly J' ,r J 



condo'lence 

condol'er 

condoTing 

condona'tion 

condone' 

con'dor 

Condorcet' — >— T, 

conduce' 3 T 

conduced' 3 ) 

condu'cible 3 

condu'cibiy 3 

conduc'ir.g 3 

condu'cive 3 

condu'civeness 3 

con'duct (n.) 

conduct' (v.) 

conductibil'ity 

conduct'ible 

conduc'tion \ 

conduct'ive ' 

conduotiv'ity 

conduct'or 

conduct'ress 

con'duit I 

con'dyle 

con'dyloid 

cone 

cone'-joint 

cone'-pulley 

cone'-valve 

cone'-wheel 

Co'ney -,<: 

I Island ' 
con'fab 1 1 

confab'ulate 
confabula'tion 
confab'ulatory 
confec'lion 
confec'lioner 
confec'tioneryj 
confed'eracy 
confed'cratc 







confiden'tially 
con'fidently 
con'fidentness 
confid'er i 
confid'ingly i , 
ccnfid'ingness i 
configura'tion 
confin'able 

CONFINABLE 

con'fine 1 (n.) 

confine' i (v.) 

con'fineless i 

confine'ment i 

confin'er i 

confirm' 

confirm'able 

confirma'tion 

confirm'ative 

confirm'atively 

confirm'atory 

confirm'edly 

confirm'edness 

confirmee' 

confirm'er 

confirm'ing 

confirm'ingly 

confis'cable 

con'fiscate 

confisca'tion 

con'fiscator 

confis'catory 

conflagra'tion 

con'flict (n.) 

conflict' (v.) 
pxonflict'ive 
^'con'fluence 

con'fluent 

con'fiux 

conflux'ible 

CONFLUXIBLE 

conflux'ibleness 

CONFLUXIBLENESS 





conform' 
conformabil'ity " 
conform'able 
conform'ablcne 
conform'ably 1 
conforma'tion 
conform'er 
conform'ing ' 
conform'ist 
conform'ity 
confound' 3 
confound'edly 3 
confound'edness 3 . 
confound'er 3 
confrater'nity 
confrere' F 
confront' 
confronta'tion 

confront'er 
confront'ment 

CONFRONTMENT 

Confu'cian *t i 

Confu'cianism V^ V^ 

Confu'cianist ^v/ _7- 

Confu'cius I "''^'^ i ^ i ~ 

confusabil'ity 3 V^.^"^ ^^\. "^ 

confus'able 3 > \ 

CONFUSABLE-ILITY 

confuse' 3 

confused' 3 
confus'edly 3 
confus'edness 3 
confus'ing 3 

confu'sion 3 
confu'sive 3 
confut'able 3 
confuta'tion 3 
confut'ative 3 

,nfute' 3 
conful'ing 3 . 
conge' F. 
congeal* i 
congeal'able 
congeal'ableness 
congcal'edness 1 
congeal'ing i 
con'gee 
congela 
con'gener 
congt.n'ia! 
congenial'ity 
congen'ially 
"Eongen'ialness 
congen'ital 

congen'itally / 

con'ger 

con'ger-eel 

conge'ries 

congest' 

ongest'ed 
conges'tion 
congest'ive 
conglom'erate 
conglom'erating 
conglomera'tion 
Con'go 

I Free State 
congrat'ulate 
congratula'tion 
congrat'ulator 
congral'ulatory_ 
congregate 

CONGREGATED 

congrega'ticn i 
congrega'tional 




CONGREGATIONALISM 73 CONSONANT 

congrega'tionalism ^ ^ /^conniv'ing i vr v/ consider I a '^ "^ 

congregationalist'? • "v.j_.:___l connoisseur' ^>-^_, j ,__£>/ 1 1 a-an-and 'S L U— ^ 

congrega'tionally • ' connoisseur'ship ^ ^JX ' '^''" 

congress i •<^^^ C CONNOISSEURSHIP^ ' ■ himself '\ ^ \ 

congressional ^ _) .^ — ,y— :> Con'nollJ ^^J^^-'- — r ^ T — "i^- ' ^'* — * ^-^ 

congressman I ' Con'nor ' ^"^ ii own (see his) ' ••• 

congressmen -c — 6 5 Con'nors i n \ j-1_ i |' o <» q 

CONGRESSMEN j__^5-^^. .^ ^connotate — ^ g *' U ' ''s T b Ta 

Congreve • connotation' ii own 

congruence •= 5s connotative 1 -r-\ i Yl' t ' ' °"' 'I 1 T 

congruency ,__^_3 ) .^ 3 cor.notatively .Li W' ' " a"o"her (see one) J_^ J_^..__,ij' 

congruent ' connote' f 1 ones 

congruity -c — |- ^ connu'bial V /^ ~U? T^^^ " own (see one's)q q Q 

congruous I >l .,__D .^ ^ conoid >/ I I 1 oneself <Lfl_^ <i_9 P 

congruously I * > conoid'al 1 several v:: 

con'gruousness conoidic Up' •<= " other \ \ \ 

con'ic o n ^ ^ conominee' I — ' such b b b 

conical '^ ^^"^ "> ^"^ ' con'queri ' ' ' 11 a (see such)\---/ / 

conical'ity ^ con'querable I •<= t c ^ '^ si— ^ 'that 111 

conically , ■; — -.■ ( • scon'querableness i \ ^^_9 " ''^"^ (^^^ \t\3\) II v 

conicalness' , ( con'queringly 1 'the ■-•'■ > 

conic'iiy — i->— if \ c^ con'queror ^/ /I 11 next (cp. do the) <» <^ '\ 

conies I -j — -. l.^ ' ^ \ con'quest i.,^ / -C ,~^ / .1 1 Iheir l~^ K K 

co'nifer . Conrad , 11 own (see their) J J' 

coniferous -r^—^' L^sx Conroy 1 ^ '^^ — _^''—t__^i theirs \ 1 1 

coniform o j-^'' i consanguin'cous :\ f ' 'hem .U. / ( 

conjccturable ' '^ V^'v <^o"sanguin'ity -' 1 " 'hat ■••<i'" (; 

conjectural / / yY^n'scicnce ' } ) ' 'hemselves <j 1 1 

conjecturallyZ.;_f)>Z^_n>-Z-:_r| conscienceless I ffiV ^^ . ^ — .^^ 1 this . , / / / 

conjecture j( j(. ^conscience-smitten 7^ j^ j 11 one (see this)-(j^- (^- ^— ■ •■ 

conjcc'turer / A • conscientious i 1 'yUius <j t"! 

conjoin' i /■ n y J J'^ conscicn'tiously ^^„^ <6i-r«^ <i4 ' y°" "^ /T. . 

conjoint' I J,^/ conscien'tiousness y^ xT __Ao ' ^"""^ ' 

conjointly I . / con'scionable j^ i~- )— 11 own (see your) <j Q "^ 

conjoint ness I (/*- x£l5 J i con'scionableness,^^ <_-c<--v ' yo"'^s /^ /^ /^ 

con'jugal r con'scionably >~>Os ' yo""elf •-f " 'g '£ 

conjugally / /' / 1 con'scious 1 / k^ i ' consid'erable ■<i '^ ''^ 

con'jugalc ^ | / ' / ~1 con'sciously i o/^ / oCj> CONSIDERABLE ,^ 1 ^J 

conjugation^ . ' | _ ' consciousness! " consid'erablencss i\^ ' q >^_'- 

conjuga'tional / /^ i {^ i con'script a ^^CT^ (considerably h \ .a 

conjuga tionallyZ_D Z_b liL conscrip'tion "'? ~N \j \JcONSIDERABLY 4 I" 

conju'gial ' * ^t conscrip'tional consid'erate i \ 

conjunction / /V^/V^ consecrate i '°\ considerately! \ ''j. ;\ 

conjunctional /lO /A (^ consecration .j_ .5-O V. consid'erateness \ ^. \J 

conjunc'tionally^ constc'utivc * consideration i 1 l^_p 

conjuncti'va L. / / / consecutively 'V '^ ''^.yS'considcrer i '^ ^ 

conjunctival /i^ /i^. l^. consec'ltivcncss V. ^--,_p 'vf consideringly I k. r* , '^^^ 
conjunctive ^-^'' ^-^ j^ consensual consign' i /^ -^-^ 

conjunc'lively /' V.. /C / consensus consignee' ? — ' 

conjunctiveness /i^ ^_i__ l_^. consent' 'Q.^^ ■<L- <J-. CONSIGNEE •^:i^ "fty 

conjunctivitis L^^ li^^Ir-3T,. ' '° consigning! 

conjunc'lure / ij^ I vl " appear (see to) <l-T»;^consign'mcnt 1 P 

conjuration L*. ' ^ "consentaneous <5_,^'<j:^._^ / consignor i 'Q^L-^ '^.^ '. 

conjure' 3 i consentaneously \ '^ consist' i ■ D 

conjurer 3 / consenta'neousncss consist'encc 1 P [-' J 

conjurer / ? ^ conscn'tienl 'q ^^. ii. g Q_^^ consistency J' J 

CcnU lin >v^^ 'N^ = consenting " • ■Oj„<.^ CONSISTENCY ; 

Conkling ' ^ conscnt'ingly "^•'^ . . consistent ' q n S^ 

Conley f ^con'sequcnce 1 / (^ ^ (2—, consisfcntly i J^ Jy- V 

connate ^ ''■ " — ' ' ' ^con'scqucnl ' ^ • consistory I 

Con naught "T/- consequential -:-p <»— a'*^^ consol'able yV »yO /^-y 

connect' T cONSF.yUEHTIALLV 7 J consolation (> > b -9 ■'^ 

connectedly ' ""^ consequentially x^ /^ consolatory 

Connecticut £fcon sequcntly i (.VV._ s/l console 1 (n.) V^ V^ V~>i 

connection _^_>_ ..^_^ ._-J conservation^ •$/ V->»^ ^ console' (v) (, b b " 

conncc'iional ' ' -* consetvalism^-i ^ . ^^njolcr 

connective '-h — r / conservative \AS' ^^ V\ "'"»"''''<'"* /H. /^. /I. 

connect'ively V V. .^ con5crv'alively.o/ V^, I p/ V^ consolidation -(, "b U'V . 
connecl'or conserv'ativeneis \j ^ ^^^ij^iolidative | ^, 

Con'nell conservatoire' x/i wt n/1 con'sols 1 y'Ti , 

Connelly .^.^^con'servator o' V^^p^ V^ ^ consomme' F.-b .6'^^ '^Lly 

Conner ' ^—^ • *> — ' ^^ conservatory ^X V^_ J^con'sonance I ' ' 

Conner* vi vi conserva'Irix v/i s/* w'con'sonancy ''——->< 

connivance I _,^oV j V_ con serve 1 (n) .0^ V_n »/ .<• CONSONANCY / 'Q,,? ■aa 

connive' 1 ' conserve' (v) I — con'»on»nt I 



CONSONANTAL 



74 



CONTRACTiBLE 



consonan'tat /^ Z' 

con'sonantly (^^ -(^i^ 
con'sorT i (n.) 
consort' i (v.) 
conspec'tus 'T\ 
conspic'uous 

CONSPrCUOUS-LY-^ 
conspic'uously [NESS'^ 
conspic'uousness 

conspir'acy ' 

conspir'aior 

conspire' 

conspir'er y^v 

conspir'ingly 

con'stable 

Con'; 

CO 

con 
Con'stance 

con'stancy 
CONSTANCY 
Con'stans 
con'stani i 
Con'stant 
Constan'tia 
Con'staniine 
Constant! nopol'i tan 

con'stantly i 
constella'tion 
consterna'tion 



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)n'stable P 

n'stableship J 
nsiab'ulary x^ 

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consubstai 
consubstan'tially 
consubstan'tiation I 

Con'suelo 

on'suetude 
'consuetu'dinal ' 
con'sul 1 
consulage l 
con'sular i 
'consulate i 
consulate-gen'eral 
con'sul-gen'eral i 

con'sulship i 

consult' 

consult'able 

consult'ant 

consuit'ary 

consulta'tion 

consultative 



t f 






^a 



content' (a and v.) 

content'cdiy J- 

contenfedness 

contention 

conten'tious 

contentiously 

conten'tiousness 

content'me 

CONTENTM 

conter'minable 

conter'minal 

conter'minous 



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contest I (n.) 
^^V. contest' (v.) 
• contest'able 



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onsult'atory ^^' ^-y/ 

oniult'er ' ^ -^ 



CO! 

consum'able 
consume' 3 
consumedly 



consumer 3 
^ >?_.. consum'ing 3 
consum'ingly 3 
J con'summate i (v.) 
consum'mate (a.) ^7^ 
consum'mately 



con'stipate x 
consiipa'tion '^ 
constit'uency 

CONSTITUENCY J 

consiit'uent i 

con'stitutc I 
constituted authorities 

constitu'tion 3 
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II the government 




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the government p 

I United States... P . -, f p. /'vfr 
nstitutional 3 Lr- -" l>^ / 



j^. n 



constitu tionai 3 
I amendment 
constitu'tionalism 3 
constitu'iionalist 3 
constitutional'ity 
CONSTITUTIONALITY 

constitu'tionally 3 

con'stituiive 

constraint' 

constrict' 

constric'tion 

constrict'ive 

constrici'or 

constringe' 

constringent 

construct' 

construct'er 

construction 

CONSTRUCTION 

construe 

construe 

construcl'ive 

CONSTRUCTIVE. LY 

construct'ively 

construct'iveness 

CONSTRUCTIVENESS 

constructor 

con'strue 

con'stuprate 

constupra'tion 

consubstan'tial 

CONSUBSTANTIAL^ 

consubstan'tialism 
consubstan'tiatist J \^^ 




consumma tion 

consump'tion 

consump'tive 

consumptively 

consump'tive ncss 

con'tact 

conta'gion 

conta'gious 

conta'giously 

conta'giousness 

conta'gium L. 

contain' 

contain'ablc 

CONTAINABLE 

contaminable 
contam'inate 
'/^contamina■tlon 
contaminative 
contemn' 
centem nedly 
contemner 
contemn'ing 
contem'ningly 
contemplate 
contemplation 
contemplative 
contemplatively 

con tern plat iveness 
contem 
contempora 
contempora'neously 
contempora'neousness 
contemporariness 
contem 'porary / 

contempt' 'i y^i 
:ontemptible L-'T*^ L-^ 
contempt'ibly 
contemp'tuous 
contemp'tuously 

contcmp'tuousness 
contend' 
contend'er 
contending parties 1 

contcncmcnt 4,_^-v ^— ;-<- 
con'tcni r (n ) ^"^V * ^ 



CONTESTABLE 

contest'ant 
contestation 
contested 
I election 
contesfingly 

context 

context'ual 

context'ually 

context'ure i 
(T^ontiguity I 

contiguous 
conlig'uously 
contiguousness 
continence 
con'tinency 
CONTINENCY 
continent 
continen'ta 
con'tinently 
contin'gence 
contin'gency 
CONTINGENCY 
contingent 
contin'gently 





ontm gently r 

ontin'uable J 

ontin'ual 1 <^ 

I I contin'ually i i 11 

J l— -"<:.^_^^ continualness i l..__^ I ^ l_:^..-s__ 

^^ xcontin'uance i ^~r / * 



contm uant 
continuation 
contin'uator r 



contm ue 
CONTINUE 

niin'ued i 



I U tUN 

L--^-^ cpnii 

contin'uedly : 
contin'uer i 
I / continuing i 

I /CO I ^~\ contin'uingly I j 

L-W* L — s(^Ht-</T continuity 




plativenessj 1 •? — 1 

porane'ity U-^-s/^Ut*-^/'^ I 
pora'neous ^""^----S^ — 5* 



contract'ible 



CONTRACTIBLENESS 



75 



CONVULSION 



contract'iblcness 

contract'ile 

contractil'ity 

contrac'tion 

CONTRACTION 

contrac'tionist 






•u. 



contract'ive 

contract'or 

con'tradance i 

contradict' 

contradict'able 

contradic'tion 

contradict'orily 

contradict'orincss 

contradict'ory 

contradistinc'tion '1 ') "t ji—^ c 

contradisiinc'iivc [S^ b~^ ^ ^~]^' 

coalradistinguish 

CONTRADISTINGUISH 
contrafagot'to It 
contralto 



ia \. \_^^ |^_^ convergent 

I against convcrs able 

II a (see against) CONVERSABLE 
I an-and \j. \j ,T pconvers'ableness 

I another #-«».»rd^o 

II one (see another) 

I his 
I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 



.'^ 



. CONVERSABLENESS 

convers'ably 
CONVERSABLY 
con'versant 
con'versantly 



X^ 




own (see its) L L L conversa'tion "^^^s^ ^^l /X^ .^s? 

them 4 /. I. conversational Y- t( '^SJf 

this ^^--^ ^ conversa'tionalist '^" 



contriv'ing x Ov *1^ ^\^- 

control' U.^ V If 

controllabirity 

ontrol'lable 

ontroriableriess 
^ — ^controller 



>-^ 



con'traposi'tion 

contraption 

contrapuntal 

contrapun'tist 
contrariety '^ 




controvcr'sary ■ 
controversial 

CONTROVERSIAL 

controver'sialist ^ 

controvcr'sially 

CONTROVERSIALLY" 



r^ 



n_conversed 
J'con'versely i 
z' convers'cr 



\/^ control ier-general 

r \ control'Iership ;^^^ 
controlling y 

y ''c-?c • / ^^^ ic-^^ conver'sion 
' Y ly MonVert I (n.) 

— L convert' (v.) 



convcrsa tionism 

CON VERS ATIONISM 

conversa'tionist \ ' 

convcrsazio'ne It. '■" " ~ 

con'verse i (a. and n.) 
converse' (v.) 

conversed 



con'lroversy *^^^ 



CONTROVERSY 
controvert X 



con'trarily 
con'trariness 
contrariwise 
contrary 

I course 

I to 

II direc 

:cL^ I \^ ^1/ contuma'ciousnc 
con'tumacy 

II fashiona ^\ y^c^ ^/xi.^_^ontun:\e'lious j >ro /^ 
M hlA U^ VJ)L^ 1/ contume'liousIyL— ^ i ^■ 

■II own (sec his) contumc'liousness 



'■/. _o ■ V 

sen ^ K /^n y^ controvcr'tible 

l^ \/^ 1/ I controvcr'iibly 

ctions a!) contuma'ciouS 



II every 

II experience!/ 

II fact 




convert er 

convertibil'ity 

convertible 

convert'ibleness 

convert'ibly 

con'vex 

convex'iiy 

con'vcxiy 

con'vexncss 

convex'o-con'cave 

convex'o-con'vex 

convcx'o-planc 

convey' 




S^^ 



ture y' — 
nciple \^ 
proof 



II nat 
II pri 



M such 
II that 
II their 
II this 
ti truth 
II you 

II your 

III own (see youi 
I yours 



H its 1/1 l/U/\-^^"*""' 3 ^r^ b'- \s 

III own (sec its) contused' 3 | 

conun arum 

h y^'\ ^\ xr^convales'cini 
xyyf 1// l//f convene' I 

con'trary-mlnded Y ^ "^ \ \ '"" 
con'trasl i (n J 1^ <■ I L- t)con 
contrast' 3 (v j con 



\ f^\ CQnvcy'able 

UU'' ^--/r^nvey'ancc 



con'tra-tcnor 
contravene' i 
contraven'tion 

contrelempi' F 

contrib'utary 

contrib'ute 



contus'ing 3 
contu'sion 3 
conun'drum 

cohvalesce' 
convalesced' 
convales'cence 
■>convalc3'cency 
convales'cent 
convalcs'ccntly ., 

ng 

conven'icncc 

onven'icncy 
onvcn'icnl 
nven'icntly 

con'vent i 

convent'ical 

convent'icic 

converi'ticler 

convention 

^onvcn'tional 




con'tritely 1 ■ ^^ 
con'triieneu 1 \C 
contn lion 1 
contrlv'able i 
contrivance i 
conlnve' 1 



Ov . Ov con 

l/^-5> \j con 

C0^ 



conven'lionalt^cd 
convcn'tionally 
convcn'tual ' 
converge' 

V convergence 




ivergence <r->t c-^< / c-n^ 
ivcr'gcncy J } ) 

NVEROENCY J J J 




convey ancer 

convey'ancing 

convey'er 

convey'ing 

convey'or 

con'vict (n.) 

convict' (v ) 

convic'tion 

convince' i 

convinced' i 

convin'ciblc 

CONVINCIBLK 

convin'cing i 

con 

con 

conviv'ial 

convlv'ialist 

conviviality 

conviv'ially 1 

con'vocatc 

convoca'tion 

convoke' 

convoked' 

con'volute 

con'volutcd 

convolu'tion 

convolve' 

convolv'eni 

convolv'ln 

convol'vulus 

convoy 

convoy 

convulse' 

convulsed' 

convul'sfng 

convul'tton 




i 



CORPULENCY 



77 



COTTON-PLANT 



CORPULENCY 
corpulent ^ 

cor'pulcntly 

cor'pus L 
I Chrisli IJ9 
I delicti L. 




CORRECT 



correspond'cnt Ic- 

correspond'ently 

correspond'ing 

I style 
correspond ingly'^ 
cor' rider 

Cor'rigan i v. 

corrigen'da L. 

orrigen'dum L. 

cor'rigent 

corrigibil'ity , 

cor'rigible ' 

cor'rigibleness 



I a-an-and !^^corrob'orant'' 

I her corrob'orate 

corrob'orating 

-7 (3 -O corrobora'lion T 

^^^ corrob'orative 

II own (sec his) " ^ corrob'oratory 
I it c 'i—^c: \ c 1 corrode'i 



II own (sec her) 

I hers c 

I his 



I Its 



II own (sec its) 

I manners 

I several 



1::: 



^^corrod'ible 

corrosibil'ity 
-P corro'sible. 



II other (sec several) 

I some c ' 



RROSIBLE 
corro^ ibleness 
€orrBsibleness^ 
iiother(see some)\^ corro'sion 1 

I somebody : - ^~^ _ ' ^ corro'Sive 

II else (see somebody)'^ °~ corrosively. 

I something c rS ^-^corro'sivenc'ss 

II else (see som ething ) e — - — ^corrugate 

I such = £ ■y' c -f l_ corrugation 

II a (see such) b ' corrugatorf 
I that c jc J c 7 corrupt' 



II which (see that) .7, xorrupt'er'- 

1 the / corruptibil'ity 

I their c ^c ^^ '^corrupt'ibIe 

II own (see their).'. y. Srcorrupt'iblenes 

I theirs corrupt'ibly 

I them c 7c 7c 7 corr\jpt'ingIy 




cos mage ■ 
* co'sine 
cosmet'ic '. 
cosmefical 

cos'mic. 

'Cos'mical 

I cos'mically 
cosmog'onal 

I cosmog'onist 
cosmog'ony 
cosmog'rapher 
cosmograph'ic ' 
cosmograph'ical 
^osmograph'ically 
cosmog'raphy 

cos'moline ^ ^ 

^cosmolog'ical 
)cosmoIog'ically 

cosmoTogi st .- -~J^ 
cosmol'ogyi °^ 
cosmom'ctry \ 

cosmopolitan 
. cosmoporitanisnil. 
cosmopolitan'is 
cosmop'olite 
cos'mos L. . 
cos'mopher'e 
cosov'ereign 
Cos'sack 
cost I 

This - 

rii the .. 

|i us 

cos'tal 

>^>v Cos'ta Ri ca 

^ Costello 





-^K 




1 themselves V 

I this 

n 

I U> C 

I you 

I your V 

II own (see your) 
I yours c- 
I yourself 

correctable): 

CORRECTABLB 

CORRECTED 

correct'inglylc — 

CORRECTINGLV 

correction 

correctional 

correct'ive 

CORRECTIVE-LV 

correctively ic 

correct'ly^ 

CORRECTLY 

corrcct'neis 

correctne'ss 

correct or 

correclory ■ 

Correggioc- 

corrcla'table 



1^.. 



. .locorrup'tion ''^ 
corrup'tionist 



~7"corrupt'ive| 



z.r. 



— y^ c 7-cor sair 



corrupt'Iy '- 
corrupt'ness 
cor'sage 1^ / 






t-jcorse 
corselet j~ 
corset 
Cor'sica 
Cor'sican 
cortege' F. 
Cortes 



^"tirP'^t^ 







r~^ 



,r 



rtibn <i^lr 



correlate 

correla 

correlative 

correTatively- 

correlalivcncu 

correlaliv ity 

corrf^pond 
corrrspnnd'^nce^ 
correipond ency 




'corun'dum 
xor'uscate 

corusca'tjon 

corvette' 

corvine 

cor'vut L 

Cor'win I 
Cor'ybant 
Cor'ybantes 
ioryban'liasm 
coryban'tjc 
Corydon- 

coryphf c' F. 
cory'ia L 
Cot 

oae'cant 
coaen'tient 
Coi'grove 




ir-AL. 




cos'termonger 
V. costive Y 
■*\£os'tively 

jcos'tiveness 
SJcost'less 

costliness 

costly 
.j^ cos'tumc 

costume 

cos'tumer 

cot I 

cotan'gcnt 

Tcote T I 

cotempora'neous ^ .- 
cotempora'ncously 

cotempora'negnsness 
cotem'porary I 
cotcn'ancy '' I 

coten'ant —\~i "yn • 
coterie' F. J^ If ' 
cotcr'minous 

_cotiriion ~\~\/'^^ 
Cotopax'i K 
cot'quean 
cotrustee' 
Cots'wold 
collage 
col'Inger 
cot ton ' 
Cot'lon 

cot tonadcr^ 
cotton-broker 
col'ton-cake 
col'lon-chopper f 
cot'lon-cleancr 
"cot'ton-Kin 





COTTON-PLANTER 



78 



COUNTERFOIL 



cot'ton-planter 
cot'ton-press P 
cot'ton-seed 




cot'tonwood r-< -1 

cot'ton-wool ?l 

col'ton-worm 



cot'tonv 
Col'ireil _ 
cotyledon ' 
cotyled'onal 
couch 3 
couchant 




^- 



ecu gar 
cough I 
Cough lin 
could 
COULD 



I agree 

It that (see agree) . 

I an-aod 

I another . 

II one (see another) 
■ be 






I r.cver 

II be (see never) 
I nevertheless 

I no doubt 

I not 

II be (see not) 

III able (see be) 

II come ^ 

III forth (see come)\^ 

II discover 

III a (see discover) _^, 
II do 
m a (see do) 

11 entertain _^,,.^ 

HI a (see entertain) 1 u J 

II find 

III a (see find). 

II forward 

III it (see forward) 

II have 

III a (see have) 
ti judge 

III a (see judge). _ 

11 know / / 



II be 
have 



IN been (see have) C t t. 
11 not \ V. Vo 

"^ V 



-^ 



^...-^. 




^X^'^ 



ri able (see be) 

I desire 

II a (see desire) 

I discover 

II a (see discover) 

■ do 7^ T^ n 

II a (see do) 

I entertain __ — .^ ^^.. 

II a (see entertain) |_ J J 

I find 

II a (see find). 



n' 



I forward 

II it (see forward) 

I furnish 

II a (see furnish) 

I grant 

II a (see grant)..- 

I have 

II a (see have) 

I he 

II account (see he) ^^_^ 

I her 

II own (see her) ....^^^^ 

I hers ^^ 

I his 

II own (see his) 

I it 

II accomplish (see it) 

II not ..... 

III be 
III do 

MM a (see do) -,_. 
Ill find I 

■III a (see find) 
III have 
MM a (see have) 

III take 

III! a (see take). 

I its 

II own (see its) 

'judge --, -7. 

II a (see judge) \^ / / 

I know / Z 

II a (sec know) — .^^^ — .^^.^^ <~7> — 

I make 

II a (sec make) 

I mention — <-r> , — .^tt^^^^-tt^*^^^ 

II the (sec mention) 



,-^ 



-^■ 



^ 



~\ 



HI a (see knov/) 

II learn 

III a (see learn) 
II save . 

in a (see save) — ^ _^ -—-;-. 

II say V. v^ ) 

III a (see say) 

.11 send ... _^^^^^. ^.a^ ,si^.. 

Ml a (see send) j_ 

II share 

.III a (see share) _^ ^^ 

H show J J J 

III a (see show) ^^ ^\_ 

II stand __^ ft. 

III a (see stand) ~J "^ y 

II ^nTV\VC_ry^\. 

.1)1 a (see survive) 

II understand 

III a (see understand) 

II undertake ^^■ 

III a(see undertake)^ 

I now 

,1 possibly ^^;^^^ 

I save 

II a (see save) 

I several 

II other (see several) 
I stand 

.11 a (see stand) p.... 

I such ^ 

II a (see such) 

I sustain _<3.. 

II a (see sustain) £ 

I take 

II a (see take) 

I that 1 

II which (see that) 

I the _ 

II other S 

III one (see the-other) 

I their _r\ 

II own (sec their) / / 
I theirs ^ 

I there (\ _f\ . 

II be (see there) J ) 
II not 
.1 therefore 

I they 

ti have (see they) 

.11 not .... 

I this ' ^ 



111 be __.... 

Ill have i 

nil been 

i understand 

11 a (see understand) 

I undertake 

II a (see undertake).. 
t we 
II do (see we) 

• you -r 

II be I 

II have 

III a (see have).., 

II not 

III be 
111 have 
INI a (sec have) 

II object 
. II observe 
coun'cil 

Coun'cil Bluffs — ^ 
coun'cil- 
coun'cil-c! 

coun'cilman — y^ -y^ — y^ 

coun'cilmen P-~:s Z--:^ A^^ 

COUNCILMEN 

coun'cilor 
coun'sel 

I for the defense 

IN defendant 

ni other side 

III plaintiff 
III state ^^ — y^=^- 1 

coun'seling — ^ (^ ^ 

coun'selor 
coun'selorship 
count 3 
count'able 



-board J^ 
-chamber >5 





COUNTABLE 

■coun'tenance 
coun'tenanced 



y 



Sr 



-f 



T 



f f 



--X 



\ 



-O- 



T 



T 



I 

■1 



coun tenancer 
coun'tenancing 
count'er 
counteract' 3 
counterac'tion 3 /— : 
counteract'ive 
counteract'ively f-^ 
coun'ter-agent ^^- 
coun'ter-appeal i 
coun'ter-appellant /'^ 
coun'ter-aitraction > 
counterbal'ance 
COUNTERBALANCE 
.counterbal'anced 
COUNTERBALANCED 
coun'ter-battery 
counter-blast 3 
coun'terbore 

coun'tercharge 

countercheck' 

coun'terclaim 

coun'tercurrent 
coun'terdrain / — 
coun'ter-evidence 

courv'terfeit i 
coun'terfeiter i C, 
coun'terfeiting x 
coun'terfeitly i 
coun'tcrfeitness x 
coun'tcrfoil i 




'Sr 



t 



'PH L 




CRACKSMAN 



CRIMINATORY 




cracks'man cr 
cracks'men 

CRACKSMEN 
Cra'cow 
Crad'dock 
cra'dle 



cra'dle-scythe 
craft 3 

craft'ily 

craft'iness 
craft'less 
crafts'man 
crafts' manship 

CRAFTSMANSHIP 
crafts'mastsr 

crafts' men 

CRAFTSMEN 

craft'y 
crag 

crag'ged 

crag'gedness 

crag'giness 

craggy ^ — 

crags'man 

crags'men 

CRAGSMEN 

Craigc 

Craik 
crake ^_. 
cram 

cram'bo 

Cra'mer 

cram'mer 

cram'ming 

cramp 

cramped 

cramp'ing 

cram'pon 

cran'berry 

Cranch 

crane 

Crane 

cra'nia 

cra'nial 

craniofa'cial 





rT^c 



craniognom ic ~ 

craniog'nomy 

craniolog'ical 

craniol'ogist 

craniol'ogy 

cranionVeter 

craniomet'ric, 

craniomet'rical 

craniom'etry 

cra'nioplasty 

craniospi'nal 

craniol'omy 

cra'nium*^"; — 

crank 

crank'iness 





crave 
cra'ven 
— xT^ crav'ingly 
<- . I crav'ingness 
I craw I 
craw'fish 
Craw'ford 
crawl 
crawl'er 
crawl'ing 
crawl'ingly 
cray'fish 
<T ^ ray 'on 
cray'onir.g 
ray'onist 
aze 
crazed 
cra'zedness 

Ucra'zily 
cra'ziness 
' craz'ing 
cra'zy 
__^_^creak 
^ "treaked 

creak'y 

cream. _ 
.cream'-'cake 

cream'-cheese 
^—^ cream'-colored 

cream'er 

cream'ery 

cream'iness__ 

cream'-jug * 

cream'-pitcher 

cream'y. 

crease i • 

creased i 

creas'er 

creas'ing i 

creas'ing-tool 7 

creas'y 

crea'table 

create' 
crea'tion 
crea'lional 
crea'tive 

CREATIVE 
crea'tiveness 

CREATIVENES3 

crea'tor 
crea'torship 

crea'ture 

CREATURE 

Crecy' 

cre'dence "= — i 
creden'tial J' 

CREDENTIAL 

credibil'ity 

cred'ible 

cred'ibly 

cred'it 
Credit Mobelier 
cred'itable 

cred'itableness 

cred'itably 

cred'itor 

cred'itress 

cre'do 

credu'Iity 

cred'ulous <= — T/^° 
cred'ulously f ^ 
cred'ulousness 
creed <= — i 

creed'less I 
Creed'raoor 



CRIMP 



8i 



CRUMBLY 



crimp 
crimped ^ 
crimper^ 
crim'ple 
crimping 
crimp'ing-iron 
crim'son 
cringe 
crin'ger ■ 
crin'gingly 
crin'kle c — ^ — ^■ 
crinkly J 





cross -purpose 

CROSS-PURPOSE 

cross'-question j- 

CROSS-QUESTION' 

cross'-reference 

cross'road 

cross'-section 
cross'-stitch _ 
cross'-tail | 
cross'-tie c — R/ 
cross'way ' ' 
cross'wise 

Cro'talus L 







II own (see her) -^ -^ -^.crotch 

crotchet 

c — ^ c — '<-^ crotch'etiness c — -j c — 7 

crotch'ety ' / ' / 

Crot'ty 
c — (^ crouch 



cnie'rion 

crit'ic 

crit'ical 

crilical': 

crit'ical' 

crit'ic3!nc33 

crit'icism 

crit'icizable 

crit'icize 

crit'icizer c — i* 

critique' ^jL 

Crittenden ^\ 

croak • 

croaked 

croak'cr 

Cro'at «=->-] 

Croa'tia | 

Croa'tian 

crorhel' 

crocheted' 

crochet'-ncedle 

crochet' 

crock 

crocked 



I 




I. hers 
1 herself 

I his 

II own (see his) '^ cro'ton 

I into c — ^ — A c — ^ — A c — PCro'ton 

II a (see into) I I -.'.cro'ton-oil' 

I it ~ 

■ its c P 

ti own (see its)..b 

I that 

II which (see 
I the 

I their 

II own (see thcir)c— 5\c — b\ c — -^ 

I theirs - <J. o^ ^ 

I ihem 

ti that (see them)c~7^ «^-7^ <^-^ 

I this 

I us 

I your 

II own (see yo 
I yours 
I yourself 

Cross 

cross' -action I 

cross'-aisle 

cross'-armcd — 

C'oss'bar | 

cross'-barred 

cross'-beam ' 

cross'-bcarcr 

cross'-birih 

cross'bone 

cross'bow 

crossbred i 

cross'brced 

cross'-bun ' 

cross'-country 

cross'cut 1 c- 






crocodil'ian 

crocus 

Crce'sus 

crofl I 

ciDft'cr 

Crof'ton 

Cro'ker 

Cro'ly 

crom'Icch 

Crom'wrll 

Crom'wclhan 



eye i 

■eyed 



,•0 cross 
/ *'cro'.^ 




crook cdness 



-fertilized'] 
cro'.i^'-firc 
cro:.'-.(; rained I 
crona'halch c— €T» 
crr»-;^'hcad T 

tng I 

irggcd 

i ■ ,'>' 

I a cro»5 nrn 

— ^ cross'patch 

erou'piece 




crossed I 

cross'-cxamjna'tion 
CROSS. EX AM I NATION-^... 

c ■ .MINE 

incr. 
' .MINKR 1 



cross 
cross' 

cron-lcriiliza'tion i 
^cross'-^crfllizc i( — rjy'v 



crudc'ncss ' 
_ rud'er 
^rud'csl 

cru'diiy 

cru'cl 

cru'clly 

Cruik'shank 



J— Wv' 




crumb 

crumb'-bnj'^h 
crumb'-clolh^ 
crumb'ing 

crumb'-knife 
ccrum'blcc 
crum'bly 



CRUMMY 



82 



CURLY-PATE 




crum'my 
cnirap'et 
crumple 
crunch 



-i 
^ 






-Tf ^ 



crusade' 

crusad'er 

cruse 3 

crush 

Cru'soc 

crust 

Crusta'cea L. t- , P 

crusta'cean J' 

crusta'ceous _^ 

crust'ed ^ *=T"6^ ^m^ 

crust'ily *- 1 I- K | p 

crust'iness 
crusfy 
crutch 
crux L. 

cry I 

crypt 

crypt'al 

cryp'lic 

cryp'tical ^ 

cryp'tic&lly 

cryp'togam 

Cryptoga'fnia L, 

cryptogam'ic 

cryptog'amous 

cryp'togram' 

cryp'tograph 

cryplog'raphal 

cryptog'rapher' 

cryptograph'ic 

cryptograph'ical 

cryptog'raphy 

crys'tal 




cui bono L. 

cuirass' 

cuirassed' 

cuirassier' 

cuish 

cuisine' F. 

Curbertson, 

Culde'an 

Culdee' 

cul-de-sac' F. 

cu'Iinarily 

cu'iinary 

cull 

CuI'Ien 

cuU'er 

cull'ing 

cull'ion 

Cuiio'den 

Cul'lom 

Ld cul'ly 
culm 

cul'minate 
culmina'tion 
culpabil'ity 

cul'pable 

cul'pableness 

cul'pably 

ul'pepper 
cul'pht 
cult 

cul'tivable 
cul'tivale 
cul'tivating 

culliva'tion 

cul'tivator 
cul'turable 




-cul'tural c-^^^ 
cul'ture (i( 

cul'tureless 



crys'lalline c — f* y-b ^ ^ . P x^N^ ^-'Xiifturi: 
crystaUizabil'ityll^ r>^ V^ >/ cul'lus 
crys'tallizable 'V^s. cul'ver 



unst 






*-cu'neiform~ 

cun'r.ing 
Cun'ningham 

cun'ninp:!y '"^y' " 
;S3 / 



cun nmgness 

cup 

^ K *^~*~i'cup'bearei/' 
•^ l^_^ I cup'board 

cup'ful 

CUPFUL \ 

Cu'pid 
cupid'ity 

cu'pola 

cu'pola-furnact 
cup'per 
cup'ping-gtass 
cu'preous 
cu'pric 
cu'prite 
cu'prous ' 
cu'prum L. 

cur ^ 

urabil'ity 3 
cur'able 3 
cur'ableness 
^ cur'ably 
^^s. Cura^oa' 

cu'racy 

curas'sow 

cu'rate 
cu'rateship 
cur'ative 3 
cura'tor 

<:h— A cura'torship 
i» curb 
\^curb'-bit 

c-t — <:^-t-n x^urb'Iess 
*iv * curb'stone 
curcu'lio 





n 



CRYSTALLIZABLE-C f^-^ c P^cul' 

crystalliza'tioa [I LITY^ V /v cul'' 

crys'tallize *^ K^\. 

crys'tallized <= — P,^ 
crystallog'rapher K^^r 
crystallograph'ic 



cryslallog'raph 

Ctes'iphon 

cub 





cu'cumbcr 

cud 

cud'dle 

cudg'cl 

cudg'elcr 

cue 3 

cuff 



Venn 
vert 
Cu'mas 

■Cu'm sean 

Qm'ber 
Cum'berland 

I Gap _ 

1 Harbor 

I Island 

I Mountain 

I River, 
cum'bersome 
cum'bersomeness JS^^ 

m'brance ^'- 

Cum'brian 
cum'brous 'CV/ 

um'brously >o 

um'brousness 
cum'in 
Cum'ming 
Cum'mings 
Cum'mins 
cu'mulate 
cumula'tion 
•cu'mulative 
cu'mulatively 
cu'muli 

cu'mulous 

cu'mulus 

Cunax'a 

cu'neal 

cu'neaie 

cu'ncutely 



._^- 





curd _ 

curd'iness 

cur'dlc 

cur'-dog 

curd'y 

cure 3 

cure' F. 
cure'-all 
cure'less 3 
cur'er 3 
curette'^ 
cur'few 
cur'few-bell 
cu'ria L. 
cu'riae L.. 

cu'rial ^ 

u'rio A-t 

curios'ity 

cu'rious 

CURIOUS ' 

cu'riously 

CURIOUSLY 

cu'riousness _. 

CURIOUSNESS 
curl ^ 

curl'cr ) ( 
cur'lew 
cur'licue 
^curl'iness 
curl'ing c-+ 

curring-ironc-+:^-> c ^^ c'b^ 
curling-stone V^^^^ \^ C^^_ 
curl'mg-tongs >\ J~^ \r 

curl'y 

curl'y-beaded 
curl'y-pate 



'\ 



'T, 




CURLV-PATED 



83 



CYSTOTOMY 



curl'y-pated 
cuimud geon 
Cur ran 

cur'rant 
cur'rant-trcc 
cur rency 

CURRENCY 
current 
I money 
cur'rent-breaker 
cur rently. 
currcnt-melcr 

cur rentness 
cur ride 
curric ulum 
cur ried 
cur rier 
cur'nery 
cur rish 
cur rishly 
cur'rishness 
curry 
Cur ry 
cur rycomb 
currying 
curry-powder 
curse 

cursed (p.) 
curs ed (a.) 
cursedly 

curs'edness 

curs'ing 

cur'sive 




Cush'man 

cusp 

cus'pated 
' cus pid 
J cus pidal 

cus pidor 

cuss 

'cuss'ed 

cuss'edaess 

£us'tard 

Cusler 

custodial 

custo'dian 

custo dianship 

CUSTODIANS 







cus'tomer 

cus'tom-house 
cut 
1 a 

I across 
^_^_oi an-and 



I forward 

I her 

I his _j^. 

I into ^N 

II a (see into) 
I it ... 

I its 

II own (see its) 
I short,, 
I that 
I the 

I their _j.. 

II own (see their) 
I theirs 
I them f\. 

I themselves ) 
1. t 1^-— «■ I I c-H— K--'^ I this 

'"B ' J* ' I through ^.. 

II a (see througli) (^ 
c-»-| ^ — —^ <• I |_i us 

t ^ ^nj'i you 

your 



cur siv 

curso 

cursorily 

cur soriness 

cursory 

curst 

curst'ly 
curst ness 
curl 

curtail 
curtailing 
curtail ment 
cur'tain c— t 1 
cur'tain-leclurci,!' 
cur tainless 
cur'lal 
cur lesy 
Curtis 
Cur'tius L. 
Cur'tius C. 
curt'ly 

curt'ness 

cu'rulc c- 

cur'vatc 

curva'tion 

curvature 

curve 

curv edness 

curvet 

curvilorm 

curvilin'eal 
curvilin car 
curvilincar'ity 



1'" 



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T' 



J-- 



^^ 






^ 



^^, 




curvtlin early c~t"Y 

Cu.h'""^X/^^ ^ 

■^ - 



'*"*! /"a-Vr— '-culpui 
^-' »> cut icr 



cush at 

Cu&h ing ^ 

cush ion 3 

cush'ionlect 
cush lony 
Cush itc 




II own (see your) 

I yours ™.. 

cuta'ncous A^ 

cuta'ntously 

cut'away 

cute 3 

cutely 3 y^ 

cutc'ness 3 (■ 

Culh bcrt 

cuticle 

cut'las 

cutler 

cul'lcry 

cutlet 

cut-off 



Cyc'Iades *^ — i* 
cyclamen .1^ 
cy'cle I 

cy cler — ^ 

cyclic I "^ 1 

cyclical i 

cy'ciist I 
cy'cloid ^^^ 

p cycloid'al 

I J/L-L^cyclom'eter 
cy'clonal 
cy'clone i 
cyclon'ic 1 | 
cyclon'ically 
cyclope'an 

cyclope'dia 
cyclope'dic 
cyclope'dist 

cyclop'ic *^ 

Cy'clops 

cyclora'ma 

cycloram'ic 

cyclostyle 

Cyd'nus 

cyg'net 

cylinder 

^ cylinder-press 
cylin'dric 

f\ cylindrical 

J cylin'drically 
cylin'driform 

__ cyl'indroid •^■ 

y^ cym'bal 
cym'balist 
Cym'belme 
Cyin ric 
Cym'ry 
cyn ic 
cyn'ical 
cyn'ically 
cyn'icalncss 
cyn'icism 



n 







cynosu'ral <5v.,j^^ ''t-'O ^~C 
cynosure l»c ^v ^^ 

Cyn'thia 



Cut ler 

cut throat 

cul'ting-board 

cul'ltng-box 

cul'iingly 

cuttle 

cui'tlcbone /^^y/ 
cut llcfiih_/ >, 
cut water 



cy press i Ov^ 

Cyp'rian 

Cypriote 

Cy'prus 

Cyrcna'ic 

Cyre'ne 

Cyrc'nian 

Cyr'il 

Cyril'lic 

Cy rus 

cyst I 

cystal'gia 

cyst'ed i 

cystic I 

cyst'iform t 

cystitis I 
cys'toccic 
cysl'oid I 
cysloliih'ic 
cyslo ma 
cystol omy 




CYTHEREA 



84 



CZERNY 



Cythere'a p ^ (^ v-^ ^ czar evitch n ^1 ) ,^^ \ y^ — '' 
Cythere'an K.^ \^ I czarevna l^ V l^ '^-vjir 
czar ^ czari'na / 



Czer'ny 



D 



da capo It. 
dab 3 

dab'ber 3 

dab'ble 

dabbler 

dab'bling 

dab'blingly 

dab'stcr 

dace 

Dacey _ 

dachshund G 

Da'cia 

Da'ci 

Dae 

dacoif "1 

dacoit'age L 

dacoit'y ^ 



cia I 

'cian r 
cier' ^ 




DAIRY-FARMER 

dai'ry-farming 

dai'rying 

dairymaid 

dai'ryman 

dai'rymen 

DAIRYMEN 

dai'ryw^oman 

dai'rywomen 

DAIRYWOMEN 

da'is 
dai'sy 

Dako'ta 1 

Dako'tan l_ 
dal segno It. 
dale I/— 

Dale V 

dales'man 



y 



dac'tylar [_/ U )l L/ 
dactylic xQ- 

dactylol'ogy I ^ 

dad 3 1/ I. 

dad'dle 

dad'dy 3 

dad'dy-long'-legs 3 

da'do 

Dz'dalus 
daffodil 
daft 3 

daftly 3 

daft'ness3 

Dagestan' 

dagger 

daggle 

dag'glctail 

Da'go I 

Dagoberf ■' 

Da'gon 



i,y damnific 3 

\J<; damnifica'tion 3 

DAMNIFICATION 

dam'nify 3 
dam'nifying 3 
damn'ing 3 
Dam'ocles 1 
Da'mon U-|- >' o 
damp 3 

damped 3 
damp'en 3 
damp'ener 3 

I damp'cr 3 

L-i. 1. . damp'est 3 

' I ^ Dam'pier 
k>___^ damp'ing 3 
damp'ish 3 
damp'ishly 3 





KK^ 



L 






, L 



r"' 



u 



I 



L 



4 



r 



I /'C-x danced 3 

iC dance'-music 



k 



\ 






Dag'onct 

Daguerrc 

dagucrrc'olypc' 

dagucrrc'olyper 

dagucrrcotyp'ic 

dagucrre'otypy 

dahabiy'eh Ar 

Dahl'grcn 

dah'lia 3 

ui!:r.r u K K 

daily 

daintier 1 | 

dain'tiest ^ ,y 

dain'tify [/^ 

dain'tily 

dain'tincss 

dain'ly 

dai'ry.farm y^ t^V.^^^V. 

dai'ry-farmcr ^\,,^^ \ 



.J- 



b- 



t L I- 



dalcs'men \.y''^^'^^\/''''^~^ \./^ 
DALESMEN r V V 

Daley 

Dalgar'noi >^ ^ 
Dal'getty V 
Dalhou'sic 
Dalkeith' 1 >■ . / 
Dallas V K 
-Dalles 

dal'liance 3 

dal'licd 3 

dal'Iicr 3 

Dall'meyer 

dal'ly 3 

dal'lyingly 3 

Dal 

Dalm 

dalmat'ic " " dan'cing-room 

Dalrym'plc! > — \ /^VK\~V?^ dan'dclion 

Dalton' V W V ] Y J3dan'der 

Dalton'ian dan'dcrcd 

daltonism 1^^- 1,^ 1 dan'dcring 

Daly V \ V. U— .• dan'dificd 

dam 3 j^ ^ dan'difying 

dam'agc 1 1 1 y-' dan'dic 

damageable V^-^^j L-r-^ L — </ dan'dling 

Dama'ra I /^ J dan'druff 

Dama'ralandi ^1 V^ 1 dan'dy 

Dam'asccnc V^~<y L— t>c„* 

Damas'cus 

dam'ask 1 1 1 

damaskeen U— > — I — y, -, U — * 

dame 

Damiet'la 

dam'ming 3 

damn 3 -I ~ 

damnabil'ity J 1 [_^ 

dam'nabic 3 rL<_V^ 

dam'nablcnc883 ^^ 

dam'nnbly 3 

damnn'tio 

damnatory 




damp'ishness 3 1 i 1 yt 

damp'ness 3 L^-^ L— <_* l- — <yS^ 

Dam'rosch ^9 

dam'sel 1 y^ ' 1 

dam'son L — -^ L — ~tr— ' 

Dan 

Da'na 1 

Dan'ae ^ ^, 

Dana'ides 
Dan'aus 
Dan'bury 
dance 3 




•ingly3 dan'cer ^ 

a'tia 1^--^ i,^^i^'^--^^--dan'cing.girl 1 . /^lj.^-— 

a lianr ^ r c_-/ r dan'cing-mastcrj -^e-H J^^C^ 

lom 



I 1,1 



V — g — D dan'dyish 
dandy'ism 
Dane 
Dan'cbrog 
Danc'gcid 
dan'ger 
DANGER 
• of 



II a-an | 

II another U 
*(i havmg / 

ly 3 I I I II his I 

o" 3 I — <_- L-<J>L-^<--^ >" 't "J 

'•■y 3 \ ' .i< " *^** i 




85 



DANGER OF THEM 



86 



DEAD-LINE 




1 



I person 
I place 
dan'gerously ^ 

DANGEROUSLY^ 

dan'gerousness 

DANGEROUSNESS 
dan'ger-signal 
DANGER-SIGNAL I 

dan'gle 
dan'gler 
Dan'iel 
Dan'ish 
Dan'ite 3 
dank J. 

dank'ish vj 
dank'ness ] 
danseuse' F.I 
Dante 

Dante'an 

Dantes' 

Dantesque' 

Danton' 

Dant'zic 
Dan'ube 

Danu'bian 

Dan'villc 

Daph'ne 

Daph'nis 
dap'per {j 

dap'ple * 
dap'ple-bay 
dap'ple-gray ^ 
D'Ar'blay 
Dar'by 
Dar'dan 
Dardanelles' 
Darda'nia j 
Darda'nian 
dare 

I a-an-and 1 1 

I his L L 
.not ^ ^ 

II be 11 

III done (see be) t-^Vj'^ 

II make ^ 

III a (see make) 

II mentionf 

III the (see mention)' 

I say 

II a (see 
dare'-devi 

dare'-devilism 
da re '-devil try 
dar'ic 
Da'rien 
dar'ingly 
dar'ingness 
Dari'us | ^^ 
dark I^^ J 

DARK 
I color 



dark'en 

DARKEN-ED 

dark'ener 

dark'cr n a 

dark'cst *,l— ■ c^ .— 

dark'ish 



DARKNESS 

dark'some-.n. 
dark'y a 

dar'ling 
Dar'ling 
Dar'lington 

Darm'stadt 
darn 

darn'ing-need 
Darn'ley 
_dart 
dart'er 
darl'ingly 
Dart'moor 
Dar'win 

Dar'winian 



-.1^ I 



i: 



i> 






daw'dler 
dawn I 
Dawson 

D^y 1. 1. 

day I I 

I of 

II April 1 I 

II August k ^ t-^^ 
II date ^^ 



I 




^ 



I >> I Xy2^^ December 
1/ V^ '7^" February 
' II January 

II July 
II June 
II March 
I V '1" It November 

L / J. 11 October 

^^"""-^ day'-book 

1 1^ r| day'break I 

Dar'winianismtJ_^'?l_^.^^j>— >y_>_^ay'-dream h 
Dar'winism " ""- 

dash 3 I -J 

dash'board 3 L-/ 
dash'er 3 

dash'ing 3 1 y — ' 1 -ry- 
dash'ingly 3 \y L/ / 
dash'-lamp 3 
dash'y3 1 v 1 
das'tard L-/ *■ 
das'tardliness 
das'tardly 
da'ta L. 
dat'able 
date 

date'less 
date'-line 



UX// 



I */<. . date'-palm 



U 



say)POmi>^ 





date'-wine 

da'tive 

da'tivcly 

da'tum L. 
daub I 
daub'er i 
Daubigny' 
daub'y i 
Daudet' 

Daugh'erty 
daugh'ter 1 
daugh'ter-in-law 

daugh'terliness i 
daugh'terly i 
daunt I 
daunt'Iess i 
daunt'lessly i 
daunt'lessness i 
dau'phin 
dau'phine 
Dauphine 
dau'phiness |~ 



day'dreamer 

I /\/ I day'-dreaming 

L-^ ^s^ \\ day'-labor 

^ -*ay'-laborer 
day'Iight 1 

day'-lily rv 
day '-long 
day'-nurse 
day'-nursery 
day'spring 
day's work 
day'time '^ 
Day'ton 
day'-\vork 1 
daze J 

dazed 

daz'edly 
daz'edness 
daz'ing 
daz'zle 
daz'zlement 
daz'zler j 

daz'zling 
daz'zlingly 
de facto L, 

I fide L. 
~ I jure L. 

4 novo L. 
~ I piano L. 

LI profundis L 
dea'con 
/_ dea'coness 
J dea'conhood 
dea'conry 
dea'conship 

DEACONSHIP 

dead ^ 

I letter /^ 

II office * 
I level 

dead'-beaf 
dead'-born I 
dead'-center 
dead'-clothes 
dead'en . 

dead'ened 



i> 



u 



L 



U 



dead'ening 

deadfall 

dead'licad 

dead'headism 

dead'ish 

dead'-latch 

deadliest /^^ \/^ /^ 
dead-line 



DEADLINESS 



87 



DECIPHER 




t- J- J- 



dead'liness 
dead'-!ock 
dcad'ly 

dcad'-march 
dead'ncss t — ^/ 
dead'-reckoning 
dead'-sct' 
dead'-water U, 
dcad'-weightf 

dead'>wood 1 

dc3f v.. J 

I and dumb 

dcaf'-dumbncss 

deafen 

deafening 

deafly 1 • 1 

deaf-mute {,^ t^^ L 

deaf -muteness 

deaf-mutism 

DEAF-MUTISM 

deafness 
deal I yy^ 
deafer i V 
deaf ing 1 

dealt 

dean 

Dean 

dcan'cry 

Deans 

dean'ship 

DEANSHIP 

dear 
DEAR 

I brother 

I cousin 

I friend 

I madam 

I mother 

I sir 

I sister 

I son 
dcar'-bought 
dear'cr 
dearest 
dear'ly 

dear'ness 

dearth 

deartic'ulate 

dearticula'tion 

dcar'y ] 

death 

death'-agony 

dcath'-bcd 

dcaih'-bcll 

dcath*-bill 

dcath'-blow 

dcalh'-dam 

death'-dancc 

dcath'-day 

dcath'-firc 

dealh'ful 

death'fulnei*. 

dcath'-hunicr 

dealh'lc33 

death'lestncss . 

deathlike //^( 

death'lincss 1 /f^ 

deathly ■ ^— 

death'maik 

deaih'>poin 

deaih'-ratc 

dcath'-ratlle 



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death'-tokcn I 

dcath'-trance I 

dsath'-trap '( 

dcath'ward '~ | 

deaih'-warrant^ ^ I 

death'watch / 

death'-wound 

debar' 

debark' 

debarka'tion 

debar'ment 

debase' 

debased' 

debase 

debas 

debas'ing 

debas'ingly 

debat'ablc 

debate' r 

?debat'cr I 
debat'ingly ^v 
debauch' I 

debauch'edly 
debauch'edness 
debauchee' 1 
debauch'er I * 
debauch'ery >s. 
debauch'ment ^ 
debcn'ture 
dcbil'itant 
dcbifitate 
debilita'tion 
debility 
deb'it 

debonair' l^ 
debonair'ly 

debonair'ness 

Deb'orah 

debouch' 

debris' F I 
debt k 

debt'Iess ^ 
dcbt'or I 

d^but' F. I- 
debutant' F. • 
debutante' F. 
dcc'ad 
dcc'adal 
deca'dencc 
dcca'dcncy 

DECADENCY 

dcca'dcnt y 
decagon L 
decagonal i, 
dec'agram 1 
decahedral L-. 
decahe'dron 
dccaJcifica'tion 

DECALCIFICATIO 

decalcify' 
decalcoma'nia 



L^' 




lent J 





r 




L 



■K" 



k. 



L \r 



I decalcom 

l''^<^dcc'alitcr 
( 'tdcc'alogu 






Dccam'cron 
dcc'amclcr 
decamp' 
Dc Camp 



' I fe 9 I I ^' Camp !■ 

I ^-.S^ \^ I dccamp'mcni L. 

I I ^ I I dccanla'tionp 

( ^ .(^ (/y'dnap-itVle J7 




dcrapiln'tion i* •♦ i* 

dccar borate L . I — *^^~— K. 

dccarboniza'tion ^s. 75 ^N 



decar'bonize 1 

decar'bonizerl 

dec'astich 

dec'astyle 

decasyllab'ic 
■^Deca'tur 

decay' i* 
■decayed' L_ 

decay'edness 

decease' 

decedc 

dece'dent 

deceit' 

deceit'ful \ 

deceitful-ly'1 

deceit' fully 

deceit'fulness 

DECEITFULNESS 

deceiv'able 

dcceiv'ableness 

decciv'ably 

deceive' 

deceiv'er 

deceiv'ing 

Decem'ber 

DECEMBER 

Decem'bcrly 

DECEMBERLYI 

decem'vir o^f 
decem'viral 

decem'virate 

.decem'virship, 

de'cency 

decen'nary 

decen'nial 

dccen'nium L 

de'ccnt p 

de'cently y^ 

dc'ccntness 
decentraliza'tion 
decentralize 
decentralized 
decen'tralizing 
dcceptibil'ity 
decep'tible 
dcccp'iion i* 
decep'tive 4 
decep'tivcly 'nJ) 

dccep'tivcness 
dccid'able 
dechris'tianize 
decide' 
decid'edly 
decid'edncss 
decid'er i* 

dccid'ingly V 
decid'uous vj 

decid'uousncss 

dec'igram 

dcc'ilitcr 

dccil'lion r 

deciflionth^t 

decimal 

I fraction 
. I place 

y point 
dec'imalism 
dccimaliza'tion , 
dec'imalizc 

dec'imnlizcd I j^\ /^ \ 

decimally ^4^ }-I ^ 

decimate 

decimation 

decimeter 

decipher 



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^V-T^'U^ 



J^O Ji • ^v^ 



DECIPHERABLE 



88 



DEFINABLE 




dcci'pherable 
dcci'phcrer 
decipherment 
dcci'sion I r 
deci'sivc x ^ 
decisively T ^ 

deci'sivenessir 
dec'istcre Jj) 
De'cius '\^ _ 

deck I ' I Iv 

deck'-hand 

declaim' 

declaim'er 

declaim'ing 

declama'tion i i 

declam'atory J_^_^,„~^ J 

declar'ant * ^ 

declara'tion 

declar'ativc ^ . 

declar'ativel)' ^« 

declar'atorilyr- 

declar'atory 

declare' 

declar'edly 

declar'edness, 

declar'cr 

declen'sion 

declen'sionalj 

declin'able 







L^ 



dec'oratori y^ 

deco'rous 1+^ 

deco'rously* 

deco'rousnessf 

deco'rum 

decoy' i 

decoy'-bird i 

decoy '-duck il 

decoyed' x 

decrease' y r r 

decreased' V — " 1 . ■■~^ \ — Q:^, 

decreas'ing 

decreas'inglyr 
decree' 
"Secre'er 



^W- 



un-/ 



j.L^r 



!• dec'rementl 
^} ^ decrep'it Ijr— ^ 
• decrep'itty 
J., decrep'itnessr 

^/ I ^ccrep'itude I j^ 

* f decrescen'do It. ^"^ 



.decres'cent i 
l/^decre'lal 
decreto'rial 




DECLINABLE 

declina'tion 
declinatory 
decline' 
I a-an-and 

I another V 

II one (see another) 
I his . 

I into 

II a (see into) i i i 

I its 5—1 ? P 

Mown (see its)) L i I ■ b d 

"he J J J /d 

I to answer p ^ Z^ d 

II be 
u do 

III a (see do)" 

II make 

III a (see make), 
I us 

dcclin'ograph 

dcclinom'eter 

decliv'ity 

decocf I* r 

decoct'ible I ^l 

decoc'tion ' ' ' 

decollette'' F, 

decnl'orant 

decol'orate 

decolora'tion 

decoloriza'tion 

decol'orire 

deCol'orizer 

decomposabil 

decompos'able 



!■ ^dec'retorilyi \J- i \/ r 

I dec'retory U^ H-< i—^ 

.^5~^/decri'al ' ' V 



h- 



■>^H 




decri'er 
decry' 
'e'dal 
dcda'Iian 
ded'alous . 
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defend' r 

defend'ant \j^ 

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defendant's counsel 
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defend'er ( 

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defla'grable 

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defiec'tion 

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deflex'ure 

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deflux'ion 

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deforce' 

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delu'sional 3 

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demagnetiza'tion 

demag'netize 

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demag'netizer 

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demagog'ic 

demagog'ical 

dem'agogism 

dem'agogue 

dem'agogueryj 

dem'agogy 

demand' 

demand'able 

DEMANDABLE 

demand'ant 
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demate'rialize I* /^ \ >^demon'ic 

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demonoma'nia 
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densely I deox'ygcnating U'''^ / / deporfure ^\/^' ^^ ^^ 

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denticulate Jy J J 11 Justice L^ I K.,-7^ aeposi'tion 1/ . , 

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des'ert (n, and a,)X Jk L\ 

'desert'edness ' ' L_P 

IX ^\^ deser'ti'on JL <L J^ 

ert'less /\ i\ ' 

'ertness i* I' V^ I y* 

erve' i (f cT 

SERVE-D^V * 




esert er 
eser't 
desert'l 

-jdes' 
dese 
DES 

I his 

I it 

I its 



I- 



,.^own(seei,s)J^,^^^ 
II a (see such) 

II which (see that) J'^^'^^J^ \^ 



I theirs 
I th^m 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I to be 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 

design'able ■ , 

des'ignSte J: — ^ 

DESIGN ATE-D-TION 

designa'tion 

des'ignative 

des'ignator 

design'edly 

oesign'er r 

design'ing \^^ 

design'less 

design'lessly 
desirabil'ity 
desir'able 

desir'ableness fy 
desir'ably 
desire' 
I a-an-and 

I his 

II sympathy (see his) 



\-l-^ 




I the 
I them 
I this 



one (see this) 
I your lY J-^K 



iimisforlune(seeyour) 

I yours 
deserv'edly 
deserv'edness 
deserv'er 



I our 

II own (see our) 

I some 

II one (see some) 

I somebody 

II else (see somebody)] 
something l J t 



>i)>y:vr 



I the 

I their 

II own 
I theirs 





S k V' 



J>A 



DESIRER 



93 



DEVELOPED 




desir'er 

desir'ous 

desir'ously 

desir'ousness 

desist' 

desist'ance 

desk I 

des'moid 

Des Moines' i i /^ I 

dcsmol'ogy 1"-^ <r^ ' cO 

Desmond 

Desmoulins'i 

des'olaie . ' 

des'olatcly 

des'olatenessij 

des'olater 

desola'tion 

De Soto 

despair' 

despair'er -[^ 

despair'ing 

despairingly 

dcspair'ingncss 

despatch 

despatch'-boal" 

dcspatch'-box 

dcspalch'er 

despatch'-tubc 

Despcn'scr 

dcspera'do 

des'pcratc 

desperately 

dcs'pcratcncss 

despcra'tion' 

dcs'picabte' 

DESPICABLE-Y-NESS 

dcs'picablcncss 

des'picably 

dcspis'abler 

despise- ^^ 

despised ^ 

despis'ednessi- ' |* !• 

dcspiser J,,, 1,, w<Jl.„ 

despising ^ ^^ •<<j 

despis'inglyr [^ p 

despite- 4 
dcspite'rul \_j 
despile-fully I- 
dcspite-fulness J. ^ 
despoil- ^^ 

dcspoil'cr r r r 

despoil ing J/ .^-^A'-l^ 
dcspoil'mcnt y /\ -, X. 

despclia-tioni' r[ r 

despond- I , J.S-^Ji 
dcspond'cncc .y^ -^ ■* 

dcspond'cncy !• 

dcipond'cnl 

dc'.pond'cntly 

dcspond'cr 

dcopond'tngly, 

despot 

dcspot'ic I 

dtspot'ical J' 

despotically 

despot'icalnc» 

des'polism 

DKSPOTISM 

dci'potizc 
dc^'potized 

dc^'potizing 
dr"/qiif»malc 
dc^qvi^ifna'tion 
desquamative 




:rt--service| r. i 

srf-spoon J;v4; <r\/ CV 

) ^ I 

L } V 

y er f y J~| ■- 

clibilityl, i, ; 

ctible p/ UL 
c'tibleness|- r i s 




<.^ 





desquam'atory 
Dessau 

dessert* 

dessert'-service 

desse 

desti 

des'tine 

des'tmy 
des'titute 
des'titutely 
destitu'tion 
destroy* u 
destroy 'er { \- 
deslru 
destru 

deslruc 

deslruc'tion 

DESTRUCTION 

destruc'tionist 
destruc'tive 

DESTRUCTIVELY 

estruc'tively 
destruc'tiveness 
DESTRUCTIVENESS^ 

desuetude L 
des'ultorily^K ^ 
des'ultoriness r 

des'uUory li V^ 
.detach' J-^ 

detachabil'ity 

detach'able 
detach'cdly j' 
detachment / 
detail' ,. \ 
deta 
deta: 

ctaille 
deta 
del 

s^"' ■ 
dctai 

DETAI 

detect 

detect'able 

detec'tion 

dctcct'ivc 

de 

dcte 

de 

deter 

deterge' 

dctcr'genci 

detcr'gency 

DETERGENCY 

dctcr'gent 

dcte 

dcte 

dcte' 

dcte 

dctc'rioraiivc 

dctcr'mcnt 
dcterminabil'lty 
detcr'minable riLUY^r^SS. 

DETERMINABLE- f I* 

dctcr'minablencss ^ h 
DETERMINABLENbS^*\t— ; 

delcr'minant i* 
dclcrminant'al n 
determinate 1^— s. 
dctcr'minatcly 
delcr'minotencss 
determination 

DETERMINATION 



m .. 




lETESTABLYl I" ■ 

etesta'tion I I 
etest'ed L \r^ 

etesl'er -^ r \ y 

J- J- 







DETERMINE. D 

deter'mincdly 

deter'miner 

deter'minism 

deler'minist 

determinis'tic 

deter'rent 

deter'sio 

deter'sive 

deler'sively 

deter'siveness 

detest' 

detestabil'ity 

detest'able 

DETEST ABLE- ILITY 

detest'ableness 

DETESTABLENESS 

detesl'ably 

DETESTABLY 

det' 
d 

d. 

dethrone' 

delhrone'menl 

DETHRONEMENT 

dethron'er 
det'inue 

det'onate 
detona'tion 
det'onative .l*" 
det'onator | i , 
detoniza'tion 
det'onize g 

detour' '\/y 

detract' 

detract'ingly 

dctrac'tion 

DETRACTION 
delract'ive 

DETRACTIVE 

dctract'or 
dctract'ory 

det'rimcnt 
de 

DET 

d< 

DETRlMENTALNESSi 
dctri'tal 

delri'tion 
detri'tus 
Detroit' 
I River 
detrude' 
dctru'sion 
Dcuca'lion 
deuce 3 
dcu'ccd 3 

dcu'ccdiy 3 

dcutcrog'ami 

deuterogamy 

euteronom'ic 
Deutcronom'ical 
Dcuteronom'ist 

Dculero 

DKUTE 

Dcu'tcronomy 

dcuterop'athy 

Deutsch 

dcva Skr. 

Dcvanu'gari 

dcv'aslatc 

devasla'tion 

dcv'aiialor 
dcvcl'op 

DEVELOPED 







\ 

t'rjmcnt 1 1 | 

trimcn'tal k- k- n ^ 

iTRIMENTAL L^ L-„i- ■ \^ 

trimcn'talness I I y^ „ !• 

I- 







DEVELOPABLE 



94 



DICTATORIALNESS 



develop'able 
developer 

deveropmcntV 

DEVELOPMENT 

devel'opmental 

developmental-lyv 
deveropmentallyr 
devel'opmentjsl 
devest' 





dex'ter i 

Dex'ter L^tui 

dexter'ity 

dex'terous l 

dex'terously I • a 
ex'lerousness r- 
■^ dex'tral 
t/aextra 

dex 

dex'lrin 

dex'trose 

dey 

dhow Ar. 



4 S '■ 



l^L^^ 



dev'il-may-care' 
dev'ilment 
dev'ilry 
dev'ilship 

DEVILSHIP 
dev'iltry .\^i 

dev'il-worship 
DEVIL-WORSHIP^ 

dev'ii-vyorshiper 
Devine' r 
de'vious Lod-' 
de'viously 
de'viousness 
devis'able 

DEVISABLE 

devise' i 
devised' i 
devisee' i 
devis'er i 
devis'ing i ^ 
devis or i ^" 
devoid' 
devoir' F 
devolu'tjon 

devolve' r 
devolv'ing <1 
Dev'on 

Devo'nian "i-V 

Dev'onshire I^Jj? 
devote' 

devot'ed'.y i* 
devot'edness \j/^ 
devo'tion ~^ 

devo'lional 
devo'tionally 
Devo'to 
devour' i* 

devour'able [r-^ 
devour'er /O 

devour'ingly r r 

devout' 1/-^ L 

devout'ly ^ ;J 

devout'ness " 
dew 3 
dew'berry 3 

dew'claw 31 I | 

dew'drop 3 J « n— l> 

dew'fall 3 I nl V_ 

dew'iness 3 1 |/^^\ '\/^^ 

dew'lap3 I pT > V 

dev/'Iapped 3 

dew'less 3 ly^ 1 I 

dcv/'-pomt 3 » It. K 

dewy 3 i^ 



aLp 



V 





labe'tes 

:abet'ic 

abet'ical 

ablerie' F, 

iaboric 

abol'icat 

iaborically Av^ 

iabol'icalness 

iab'olism 

iach'ylon L 

iac'onal 

ac'onatc 

acrit'ic 

acrit'ical 

'adem 

agnose' 

agnosed' 

agnos'ing 

agno'sis 

agnos'tic 

agnos'ticate 
agnosti'cian 
agnos'tics 

ag onally 11^ L__i I — '^^ 

'agram '^'^ — '^^ — ^ 1.. 

agrammat'ic 

agrammat'ically 

agram'matize 

agram'matized 1^ 

agram'matizing 

'al I 

'alect 

alec'tal 

alec'tally ^ ''' diaton'ically 

alec'tic i'^ — ~1'\/^ W I di'atribi 
aJec'tical K L!_ <LL i — Di'az 

alec'lically .. . diba'sJc 

alecti' 

alec 

alectol'ogy 

'aling I 1^ 

alog'ic 

alog'ical 

alog'ically 




;i-_^ii_^.ii 




diamagnet'ically 
diamag'nelism 
diam'eter 
diam'etral 

iam'etrally I 

iamet'ric 
diamet'rical 
diamefrically I 
di'amond i 

di'amond-cutter i ly* ^ • iv 
di'amond-cuUing 1 Ui.^^ Ir^T— 
di'amond-dust i 

di'amond-point 1 
di'amond-powder : 
di'amond-shaped 1 

Dia'na 1 

diapa'son l^ 

dj'aper 

diaphane'ity 

diaph'anous 

diaph'anously ^ 

^iaph'anousnessj^ 

diaphore'sis 

diaphoret'ic 

diaphoret'icall 

di'aphragm 

diaphrag'mal v^^ 

diaphragmat'ici 

di'arist 

di'arize 

di'arized K/?' 

di'arizing l/v 

diarrhe'a r > ,t 

diarrhe'a! I isa^ \^^ \^^ 

diarrhe'ic 1 l^l l< l^ "1 

diarrhet'ic 
di'ary i 
di'astase 
diastat'ic 



iMiathet'ic 

athet'ically 
di'atom 

1*^' * 1 1^ — ^ y^ ■ ,diatom'ic 

V \y KD^"'"n/'^*^isto"''c 

iv r r- d 



1^ I. ^ 

^diasloric k- }^ r 

diath'esis L. Y^ Y \0 

'It 



: tically . aiDa sic L 

:ti'cian __\t '~\V L<7<l't''ber r^ 

:'ticslr~nK Vis, ^ ' dib'ble L 

itol'ogy ^ Dib'din ^ 



ial-ogism ' ^2_ l^^ ^ 
lial'ogist 

lialogis'tic 1)^7 p^- 
alogis'ticau fi r ^ 

Uatogis'tically 



¥1r-^ 



^ 



i'alogue |V> |>V<r, 

i'al-plate V^ V 

i'al-wheel 

i'al-work i^f-i/^ IV^I/^' 

alysis L. K V V. \ 

alyt'ic 

^aiV^f n<'%r F w 

'alyzed 

alyzing 
amag'i 
,amag 



g-net J U- 
gnet'icA/ 



dice I 1^ 

dice'-box i ^ 

diced' I 
dice'-player 1 
di'cer 1 
di'cing I 

ick I 

ck'ens I 

Dickens 

dick'cr 

Dick'erson 

dick'ey i 

Dick'inson 

Dick'son 

^ic'ta L. 

dic'tate 

dicta'tion 

dicta'tor 

dictato'rial 

dictato'rially 

dictato'rialness 




DICTATORSHIP 



95 



DILETTANTISM 



dicla'lorshipi i t- didactical 

dicta'Iresa I I ^^ I — -j didactically 

dic'tion y^ ^' didacti'cian 

dic'tionaryi /^__/r didac'ticism 

dictum L. I 3 I 1' didac'tics 

did LJ-^ did'dle 

DID I L I Diderot' ^ 

I a-an-and .__Jv, - didn't t'^ 

I expect DID NT 

it (see expect)] ^ i L i a-an-and |j. 

I admit (cp. do not) .. 



I he 

II da 



Dido 




DIFFUSIBLE-ILITY 

diffu'sibleness 

DIFFUSIBLENESS 

difTus'ing 

diffu'sion 

difTu'sive 

diffu'sively 

diffu'siveness 

dig I 

digastric 
Dig 

digc 




as trie 1^ ^ 
I'by I — e>. 

icst (n.) I 



in a (see do) 1 i i Didot' i- i digest' (v) i i |. 

11 fail ...!]. \.--.V d;d5! 1 I f. digesfed ) ) ) 

II find /^ 1 thou |~ ^ digest'cdly / ^ Jy- 

■•■ ^ /«■• f^n/1\ 111 II rmt I im Htrrnct'sp ■• ' 1' '• I 



I a (see find) 



-'V.\ 



M not 

Didymus-C U--^ 

die I 



II have Vv: 

III a (see have) 
II never i j___^ i die'-av/ay i 

II not ...Vtt\^. rTl Dieckma 

III do (see not) Diego 

I his (. L l_ 1 dielec'tric 



II own (see his)_....^rr' Dieppe' 

I mention dier'esis 



I not J 
iiadmit(cp. do noi)__ 

II he 



111 go 



-i--' 



J 



f 



dic'sinker i 
, .die'sinking 1 
die'stock I 
diet I 




111 iay^.4~T-. ^. V. di'ctal i 

II it J ' dicta'rian 

III make J J L di'etary i 
1 one }l. Vrt'.-.rs dieter i 

I our ^ ' dietct'ic 

II own (see our) 1^ j i dietet'ical 
-T>j . t^ . . dietet'ically 



^'t- 



I ours 
1 several 



digester i- ' I ' I 

digestibility J J J 

digestible J. / A ^ 

DICESTIBLE-ILITYI N l- ^1 

esfibleness II I 

3£STIBLENESsX,^ j( ^-^Z 

es'tion i i- pJ v_^ 

est'ive ) ) } 

estively/_x ^ /^ 

I digger 11 1 -- 1^- 

tr Digger I I- 

[ dighl I 



11 other (see several) 

I some 

II one (see some) 

I somebody 

II else (see somebody)! 
i something 



dietet'ics 

dietet'ist 

.di'etist I 

Die'trich 



III 



frr.rrfrrrrdif'fer 

DIFFER-ED-ENT 
11 else (see something)! i i difference t^'^^^ i, I- V^ 

.such ...ITpr././. different \X^ V^ XCj 

II a (see such) 6 ' i. diffcrenliable ^ "s. 



;h) 



digesfible 

DIGESTIBLE 

diges'tion 

dig 
dig 

dig'ge 

Tt 

dig'il 

digital 

Digitalis 

dig'niftedly 

BIGNI'rlEDLY 

dignify 

dignify-iedI 

dig'nifying 

dig'nitary 
dignity 
DIGNITY 
digraph 

digraph'ic 

digress' 

digressed' ^ 

digressing i I -i T ^ 

digrcs'sion \-~* — ' I ' 1 ' 

digrcs'sional 




I suppose 

II that .. 

I that 

II one (see that) I i i 
.the ....(^..."-....b^ 
II best(cp. do the) 

I their k l> K 

II own (see thelr).y !^.. .?). ., 



\/jVyv digrcssiyely U-f 



1 theirs 

I there 

II not 
1 therefore 

I they I 

II do (see they) / 
11 not ^ 

I this 

II do 
II happ' 

II tak 

I us 

II a 
II the 

I we . . y. . 

II admit (see we) 



^ i) 



DIPPERENTIABLE 

-J. differential 

DlPPERr.NTIAL.LY' \/^ dihedral 

diflferen'tially 

differcn'tiate 

dtficrentia'tion 

differently i 

DIFFERENTLY Iv 

dif fcreniness J 

differingly 

difficult 

DIFFICULT 






f dike I _y. 



u. 



l.:x. 



difficultly 
..difficulty e_ 

DIFFICULTY 



■r. 

> I I ' I diffidence i ■■ i 

../. / (. diffident L L L 

jpen W, Y VT diffidently J <J' 0/^ 

e I L t- diffrnc'tion v i 

/. 7 difTrac'tivc ^-^ I-n. 

Y diflrrc'tively t ;^ \_. 

■ ■ I ";:;h' I r (^ 

"f /-"^ 



. diffrac'livc 
diflrrc'tively 

d, :";,•-■ 

..;i uicd' 

dii'fus'cdiy 

■ you U I- J diflua'cdncsji- r rj^ 

■1 account (sec you) .7?. ./T.- -diffme'ly 1 I V ' 

I your ' diffuie'ncis \v \" Vi 

n own (see your) I J dlfTui'cf 

I yours ...f. /\...L 'y dinu«ibil'ity 

didnc tic • 6 I difTu'iiiblc 



dilap'idate y^ 

DILAPIDATE-DTION 
dilapida'tion 

dilap'idator 

dilalabil'l 

dilat able 

dilat'ableness 

dila'tnnt 

dilata'tion 

dilatator 

dilate' 

dilation 

dilative 

dilat'or 

dil'aiorily 

dil'atorincss 

dilatory 

dilcm'mn 

dilcttan 

dilcttn 

diletta 







I- 

V 



K 



V \xy 



w^)^r^ 



\ 



n:;e',shr'^. \'i n 

n teism Y -^ J— 



DILIGENCE 



55 



DISAPPROVINGLY 



dil'igence v^ 
diligence' F. YJ 
dil'igent 
dil'igentlyr^ 



\0' F 



Dioclc'tian 

Diodo'rus 

Diog'enes 

Diome'des 

Di'on 

Dionys'ia 



'^^ 




4 



Dilke 

dill X 

Dill r^ 

Dillon r 

dil'ly-dally 

dil'uent X/"^^ 
dilute' K 
dilute'ness 

dilu'tion X/"^ 
di!u'vial V '^ 
dilu'vialist 

dilu'vian \/^ \/\ \/\ dioram'ic 

dilu'vianismr Vo r ^s\" ^"-^-^Dioscu'ri 

dilu'vium " l—^ dio:c'id 

dim I r 

dime 2 l— ^ 

dimen'sion 

dimen'sior.al 

dimen'sionlcss 

dimeter 

dimin'ish l 

dimin'ishable 

dtmin'isher 

dimin'ishipgly 11 

dlminuen'do It - 

diminu'tion x 

dimin'utive 
dimin'utively 
dimtn'utiveness 
dimit' 
dim'ity 
dim'ly 

dim'mer I i" 
dim'mest x \ — -^ 
dim'ming x 
dim'mish 
dim'ness i 
dim'ple 

dim'ply i- y^ 

dim'-sighted 1 1 — 4. 
dim'-sightedness i 
din I 1- I 

Dinah J [ _y 

dinar' 

Dinar'zade |- 1 

dine i Jj, J 

diner 1 H 

din'er-out i 1 r 

ding I J t 

ding'dong ^^ 
din'gjly 1 1 

din'giness J^ yj 
din'gic f^ ^ 
din'go r 

dingy l^ 

din'ing-hall 1 
din'ing-room i 
din'ing-table z 
Din'mont 
din'ner 
din'ner-hour 
din'nerless 
din'ner-party 
din'ner-table 
din'ner-timc 

Dinor'nis 

Dinosau'rus 

dint I 

Din'widdie 

dioc'esan 

di'ocese 






Diony'sianr^ |^ |,^ 

Diony'sius l_a_i; L__, 13) 

Diony'sus 

diop'ter 

diop'tric 

diop'tricai^ 

diop'trically 

diop'trics 

diora'ma 




diphthe'rial L ^ L v 

diphthe'rial \ C^ C/J 



direct'orship 

DIUECTOESHIP 

directory 

DIRECTORY 

direct'rcss 

dircct'rix 

dirc'ful I 
dirc'fully x 
dire'fulness 
dire'Iy t 
dire'ness \ 
dirge 

dirge'ful I s^ 
dir'igent V^J 

dir'igible V 

dirk \ 

dirk'-knife L 

dirt 

dirt'-cheap 
dirf -eating 
dirt'ied 



'b 



I 




diphthcrit'ic 

diphthcrit'ically 

diphtheri'tis 

diph'theroid 

diph'thong 

diphthon 

diphthon'gally 

.diphthonga'tion L_ 

"diphthong'ic 

diphthongiza'tioni 

diph'thongize 

diph'thongized 

diph'thongizing 

dip'ioe L. 

diploct'ic 

I- diplo'ic 

t— N^^3ip'loma 

diplo'macy 

/^ dip'iomat 

( diplomat'ic 

DIPLOMATIC- ALLV 
diplomat'ical 
diplomat'ically 
diplo'matist 

DIPLOMATISTI 
diplo'matize J 
diplo'matized 
diplo'matizing 
dip'-net 
dipo'iar 
dip'per i 
dip'perful i 
dipsoma'nia 
dipsoma'niac 
dipsomani'ac: 
dire i \ I 

c 
direct . no 

I draft L- 

I evidence 

I cxaminalior. 

I process 

I proof 

I proportion 

1 tax 
direct'-draft 
direc'tion 
direc'tional 
direct'ive 

dircct'ncs'i L/ 
direct'or 





|- dirt'icr 
dirt'iest 
dirt'ily 

dirt-i3:"perm_.l>'-^\|>1 
dirty 

Dis I' 

disabll'ity J, 
disable 




\u 



DIRECTOR 

direct'oiate 
directo'riai 



T| tx t>/ 



disa'blement ]• 
disabuse' 1 
disabused' >^_^ 
disabus'ing 
disaccom'modate 
disaccommoda'tion 

disaccord' i- 

disaccord'ant |\r-i 

disaccus'tom 

disaccus'toming 

disadvan'tage 

disadvanta'geous" 

disadvanta'geo\:s!y |- 

disadvanta'geousness^ 

disafTecf 

disaiTect'edly |' 

di:;alTect'edness 

disafTec'tion 

\l disaffirm' 
disaffirm'ance 
disaffirma'lion 

disagree' 
disagree'able 
disagree'ablene: 
disagree'afaly 
disagree'ment 
disaliied' 
^disallow' 
disailow'able 
disallow' ableness 
disallow'ance 
disallowed' 
disall/ 
disappear* 
diSGppear'ance 
disappoint' 
disappoint'ing 
disappoint'mcnt 

DISAPPOINTMENT .->• 

disapproba'tion 

disap'probatory 

disapprov'al 

disapprove' 

disapprov'ing 

disapprov'ingly 






DISARM 



97 



DISEMBARRASSING 



disarm' 

disarm'ament 

disarm'ing 

disarrange' 

disarrange'ment 

disarray' ., 

disarrayed' r /i/ 
disarray'ing J * I v ^ 
disartic'ulate J-^ 

disarticula'tionr , 
disasso'ciate J ^~=^ 
disasso'ciating 




iscob'olust" |- j- 



l i 



disassocia'tionr 
disaster J ,-) 

disastrous .Jjy^ 
disas'trously 
disas'trousness 
disavow' 

disavow'al 
disavow'er 
disavow'ing 

disavow'ment /^ 

disband' 

disband'ment 

DiSBANOMENTi 

disbar* 
disbark' 



disbar'menl 

disbar'ring 

disbelief 

disbelieve' 
disbclicv'er 
disbur'dcn ' 
disburse' 
disbursed' 
disburse'ment 
disburs'er 
disburs'ing 
I agent 

I ofTicer 
dis'cal 
discard' 
discern' 
disccrn'cr 
disccrn'iblc 



i-i 






Discob'olusi 

dis'( 

discoi( 

discol'or I'V^ 1* n^- \ VO 

discororate J ( J V J l_ 

discolora'tion 

discom'fit I- j 
discom'fitting[5*L b''^-^ 
discom'fiture 
discom'fort r i 

discommend' ^^^ \^ 
discommend'able 
discommend'ablenesr; i 
discommenda'tionl' L 
er t> 



i^UJl^ 



Xi. 



\ 




:^^k. 



discommend 
discommend'ingr 

scommode' b.,!,,^,.^ 

scommo'dious 
discommo'diously r_! 
discommo'diousness L|^ 
discommod'ity (' 

discompose' r\/ 
discomposed' t> ^*3 
discompos'edly 

discompos'ednessi' 
iscompos'ing t 
discompo'sure 

disconcert* r 1" ^'~^" j' 
disconcer'tion [f^ \^ "(J Sy^ 
*^^\^ disconcert'mcnt 

discondu'cive '■ » <■'' 
disconform'ity 

discongru'ity -s^ ^ 

disconnect' i r 1 

disconnect'edly b _._ b 







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DISCERNICLE I I 

disccrn'iblcnccs J-^J, 
DISCERNIBLENESS^ ^ 

dijccrn'ibly i- |\\.'r 
DISCERMIBLvJ^ <L \ 

disccrn'ingly A ^ '^ 

disccrn'itier.t T^J I \« l^f 
D1SCERNMENT<L \L L ; 

diacharge- ?)^ V /^/ 

DISCHARGE. D 
di 



disconnect'cr 
disconnec'tion r 
discon'solatc lj__: 
disconsolately 
discon'solalcncssr 
discontent' ^ 

discontent'cdiy 
discontent'cdncss 
discontent'mcnt ^, , ^ 

DISCONTENTMENT \^^ 

discontig'uous 



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u 






discours'ing r r v 

discourteous t-Hl.^ ly+-i Ij-t-i,^ 
discour'teously g Y^ 

discour'teousnessr r 
discour'tesy ' ■ ' 

discov'er 1;;^ I 

DISCOVER I I I ) 

I a-an-and J d J t 

I another 

II one (sec another) 
I his 
I the 
I us 

^dlscove 

DISCOVE 

discov'erable 

DISCOVERED 

discov'erer 

discov'ering |' jS, 

. discov'erture 
discov'ery 

DISCOVERY 

discred'it 
/'discred'itable 

discred'itably |- 

discreet' \^ . 

discreet'Iy X 

discreet'ness 
discrep'ancy 

DISCREPANCY 

discrep'ant 

discrete' 

discrete'ly 

discre'lion 

discre'tional 

discre'tionally 

discre'tionarity 

discre'tionary 

discrim'inal 

discrim'inate 

DISCRIMINATE-D 

discrjm'inatcly 

discrim'inateness 
discrim'inatingly 
discrimina'tion 



ir [ |- ir DISCRIMINATION I 

discontin'uancc \}. o(-,l.,_,^'oL_ discrim'inative I v 

\j discontinua'tion ^ ^^ discrim'Jnativcly 



DISCHARGE. D I 
discharged' L 
discharg'cr / 

^>ip )\> 



d 

disci 
disci'pic 
disci'plcship jv 

dis'ciplinabic 

DISCIPLINADLE 

dis'cipltnablcncs; 

DISCIPLINADLEN 



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tinuingir ir i r discursively v v r 

linu'iiy m.,JsU_^. IL_P diEcur'sivcncss Ij-hf /- IrHf J-p-D 
lin'uous '^ discus VJ V.^ ' 



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1 J, •; 



NEssv/ I VV ' Di: 

diiciplinn'rian I \ }, ' dii 

disciplinary ^ 4-; j/'^ v'' 
dij'ciplinc |- (• -^S^V^ v 



dii'ciplincr^ \ 

discljim' ^ ^ 

d 

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dr.(l.,-.cr i- I 

(li-clo^inB J. X y 



■:i_ Lo L 



dijclo'jure | 






djscontin'uc 

discontin'uc 

discontin'ue 

discontin'uing 

discon ■ 

discon 

discontin'uously 
dis'cord 
discord'ancc 
discord'ancy r i- 

discord'ant |lj^_ . |!^^ 
discord'antly 1 

Diccor'dia i i i 

discount il- , \ J 

scount'ablc (^ A * 

SCOUNTABLE 

coun'tcnancc 
discoun'tcnanccd .x. 
discount 'en anccr ivt-^ 
di^coun'lcnancingj J^ 
discourage '^'■ 

discour'afjcmcnt 

discour'aj;cr 

discour'agingly 

discourse' r v v \.p 

discoursed' (3-1-0 b *'"" b 

discours'cr 




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discuss' 
_6discuss'ablc,! 
discussed' 

discuss'er r v/T I' 

discuss'ing J_-t^ ,i-r^i^^ J-P 
discus sion 

discu 
d i sd .1 
disdain'ful 

DISDAINFULLY 
.disdain'fully 
'^clisdain'fulness 

SDAINFULNESS 

liscasc' 

iiscas'cdncss 
disembark' 
discmbarkn'tion 
discmbiirk'mcnt 
di-vcmbnr'ra^.'j r jF; 
discmbar'rassrrt J— ^^ [_ 
discmbar'raising 




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J-^1 



DISEMBARRASSMENT 



98 



DISOWNING 



disembar'rassmem 

disembodiment 

disembod'y 

disembogue' 

disembogue'ment 

disembowel 

disembow'elmcnl 
disembroil' 
disempow'er 
disenam'ored i* 
disenchain' q,;.,.?^' 
disenchant' 



lem oisguised v r r 1 

r. r '^ Jl^disguis'er r w" r 1' ' 

n 




disguis'ing 
Af^disgusi' 

J-:../disgust'ed l- 

^ disgust'ful J p 

DISGUSTFUL ' ^ 

disgust'fulness 

ISGUSTFULNESS-j 

isgust'ingly 

disgust'ingnessr 
sh I 
shabille' 




dishar'monizing 
'^dishar'mony 
dish'cloth I 
disheart'en 



vLi-^X^ l^^^disheart'ening 1' v 



disenchant'er 

disenchant'ment 

DISENCHANTMENT 

disenchant'ress r ' V '\. I 'N. <lishabit'uate 

disencumber t^^^ t3^^jVli^_JV^ishariow 

disencum'berment -*^ disharmon'ic 

disencum'brancer <v <^ i- i- disharmo'niousr 

disendow' li.:Jo" t-i-i ^=L:^ disharmonize [>, 

disendow'meni 1 ^^"^Adishar'monized' 

disengage' 

disenga'gedness 

disengagement 

diseno'ble 

disenroir 

disenshroud' |\ i* "^ ' ~ydisheart'enme-..^ 

disentail' r \ ^^_' -I dishcv'el i *^~-= — 

discntan'gle K^^^}^^ — '■* disheveli 

disentan'glemcntb^ |. dish'-face 

disenthrall' r l;_^^_^ i* dish'ful i V_ 

disenthraH'ment^^^^cs— ^ / ^;_^^ dish'ing i I' i 

disenti'tlc / ^j'ciishon'est L/\„ 

disentomb' 

disentrance 

disentrance'me; 

disentwine' 
disestab'Iish 

DISESTABLISH 

disestablishment 
discsteem' 

disesteem'ing ^ /0''^~^4i dishon'oring 

disfame' r > -<s i- " dish'washer i 

disfa'vor \^ T p dish'water i 

sillu'sion 






] dishon'estly 
DISHONESTLY 
dishonesty 

r r t dishon'or 

*3-^-'i(_'-') A dishon'orable 

-MENtI \ /O s. dishon'orableness 
ntr I' >-^ N dishon'orably 

dishon'orer 



disfa'vorer W 

disfea'ture 

d 

d: 



istea ture r I A I" °'^ 

isfel'lowshipL U .^^b dis 

isfigura'lion \^ Vj^ Vr-r^^dis 

disfig'ure i^^^^ i- i- dis 

disfig'urementb h t v/dis 

disfig'urer V^^—^V^-^^Vc-ft/ dis 



disfran'chise 

disfran'chised 

disfran'chisement 

disfran'chising 

disiur'nish 

disfur'nishmcnt 

disgener'ic 
disglo'rify i-^ r 

disglo'rifying y 4_ 
disgorge' 
disgorge'mcnt i 
disgorg er 

disgrace' r 
disgraced' \rT^ 
disgrace'ful 

DISGRACEFUL-LY 

disgracefully I \j- 

disgrace'fulness c — P 

DlSGRACEFULNESSr^ 

disgra'cer 

disgrac'ing 

disgrega'tion 

disgrun'tlc 

disguise' 





dts 




rporateb ^^^^ 
rpora'tion 1^-^ 



IIu'sionize_y i 

Uu'sionment 

nclina'tion 

ncline' 

nclose' 

nclosei 

nclos' 

nco 

ncorpo 

ndivid'ualize 

nfect' 

nfect'ant 

nfec'tion 

nfect'or 

ngen'uous 

ngen'uously I- 

ngen'uousness" 

nher'it 

nher'ilance 

n'tegrable 

n'tegrate 

ntegra'tion~j 

n'legrative l^J-r 

n'tegrator 

ntcr' I I I ^ 

n'terested [^_a I^^^q LjD 

DISINTERESTED f \/^' dl 




disi 

DISINTERESTEDLY 



n'terestedness 



LDNESS |- 

nvolv ing U T ' I' 

oint' ^^^^-^ /\ J^ </■' 

oint'edly ^i^^"^— ' r i- 



DISINTERESTEDNESS, 
sinter'ment 
sin'tricate 

sinvest'iturer "^ — ^ r 
sinvig'orate (;^. ^; 
sinvolve' 
sinvolv'ing 
sj ■ ' 
sj 

sjoint'edly 
sjoint'edness 
sjunct' 

sjunc'tion 
sjunc'live 
sjunc'tively 
sjunct'or r 
sjunc'ture Jk 

sk -armature 
sk'-clutch |- -^ 

sk'-dynamoj ^ . 

sk'-valve 
sk'-wheel 
slik'able 

slike' V/^ " 

silked' Jv 
slik'er 

s'locate \>^ 
sloca'tion a'^ 
slodge' 
slodg'ment 
sloy'al 

sloyally ^ 
sloy'alty v^ 
s'mal j/V 
s'mally 

s'malness I* 
sman'ile 
smast' 
smast'ed r 




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i^ 



ley' j- 
•ey'er i 
'lige' /\ 



smay 

smayed 

smay'ing r 

s m e m ' b e r l^^...^^^ 

smem'berment 

smiss' r 

smiss'al J — ^ 

smissed' 

smis'sion r 

smiss'ory 1 — ^ 

smount' 

sobe'dience r 

sobe'dient X.. 

sobe'dienlly 

sobey 

sobey 

sobl 

sobli'ger |- 

sobli'gingly 1 

sobli'gingness^ 

sor'der 

sor'dered ^. 

sor'deredly^ 

sor'deredness 

sor'derliness 

sor'derly 

sorganiza'tion 
SOKGANI2ATI0N, 

sor'ganize 

SORGANIZC I I ^). 

50RCANIZEdJ_p I^ 
sor'ganizer 

SOROANIZERI y\ I vV^ 

sown J_jj/ \jA^ lilX^ 




N disowning 



LAVVYHK 



DISPARAGE 



99 



DISSOCIATION 




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dtspar'age ^^ 

dispar'agement 

disparager 

dispar'agingly 

disparate 

dis'parately 

dis'parateness 

dispar'ity ^ 

dispassionate 

dispassionately 

dtspas'sionateness 

dispel' 

dispcl'Ier 

dispelling 

dispensabil'ity 

dispcn'sable 

DISPENSABLE! LITY, 

dispcn'sableness 

DISPENSABLENESS 

dispensary 

DISPENSARY 

dispensa'tion 

dispc 

dispe 

dispcn'salively 

dispcn'satorily 

dispen'salory 

dispense' r r 

dispensed'4 J ( 

dispenser N^ \^ 

DISPENSER I 

dispeople J , j. 

disperse' ^^ V 

dispersed' y r ^ 

dispcrs'cdly k - f 

dispers'edncss ^ 

dispers'cr r i 

dispersing iyv^ f^ 

disper'sion 

dispers'ive 

dispc rs'iveness 

dispir'it 

dispiritedly 

dispi ' ' ' 

di 

displace 

displacc'able 

displaced' 

displacc'mcnt 

displac'er 

displac'ing 

displant' I* 

displanta'tion 1 

display' 2»' 

display'er 

display-letter 

display'-stand 

display'-lypcr [ 

displease' i* I 

displeased' \ y \ 

displeasedly 

displeas'cdncss 

displcas'cr 

dtspleas'ing 

displeas'ingly 

displcas'ingnest 

displeas'urable 

dispteas'ure 

disport' . > 

disport'ment i >. 

disposable J y 

dispos'al 

dispose' r 
disposed' J , 
dispos'edly ^^ 



isposi tion I I- |'~-^disrupt' ,yy^ |>^Vl>^ " 

isposi tional J , 4 / J , disrup tion y y /\^ Y V. 

isposi'tioned ^^ ^ \^l disrupt'ive 

ispossess' |- I .( I' DISRUPTIVE \y^\^ 1/^ 

' ' ' tf 



I disp 
J disf 
'^disF 






dispos'er 
r/jdispos'ing ^ 
dispos'ingly 
disposition 

di 

dispossess' r 

dispossessed' J/ 

dispossess'ing^NO 

dispossession 

.dispossess'or 

dispraise' 

dispraised' 

isprais'ing 
iprais'ingly 

disproof L Js 

dispropor'tion vj' 
dispropor'lionable 

^^dTs PRO PORTION ABLE 

,dispropor'tionableness, 

DISPROPORTION- 

ABLENESS 

ispropor'tionably _ ^ 

ISPROPORTIONABLY 
[dispropor'tional |\> 
idisproportionaTity' 
dispropor'tionally , 

dispropor'tionateK^. ^ 
'^ispropor'tionately \. 
dispropor'tionateness 

r disprov'able 

1. D[SPROVABLE 
^odisprov'al 

disprove' i ' r 

disprove'ment |k K 

disprov'er \i N^' 

disputabil'ity i- 
dis'putable J^. 
dis'putableness ^^\ 

dis'pulant 

d 

d 



disrespect'fully 
disrespect'fulness[\, 

disrobe' 



disrupt'ivenessj- \:i ^ \>»_? 

DISRUPTIVENESS ' -''^ 

dissatisfac'tion 

ISSATISFACTION 

issatisfac'toriness 

DISSATISFACTORI- .^.^ ^^- 

dissatisfac'tory [NESSJ Z; 





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lispir'itedly r ^^ i-^^^P i 
lispir'iledness jv J K 

lispir'itment J/"' \ 

i \ \ - 

I I- r > r DISQUALIFIC 

4 4 v/ 4 disqualify 

V> «S X<j^_^disqual ifying 

4, 



dis'pulant V 

disputation J 

disputa'tious^V^ 

disputa'tiously" 

disputa'tiousness 

disput'ative 

dispute' \ ^ \ *^ 

disputcr Jv^Jv-V 

disqualihca'tion ^ ^^ 

ATION 





disquiet r 

disqui'etcr X 
disqui'clncss^in 
disqui'ctude ■*' 
d 
di 

disquisi'tionaryi* 
disquis'itivc ' 
disquisito'rial ' 

disquis'itoryi 
Disrac'li 




N^^DISSATISFACTORY 

/ dissat'isfy 

DISSATISFY-IED 

issat'isfying 
issect' I* 
issect'ible J_i_ 
isec'tion 
ssect or 
.disseize' 
isseizee 
sseiz'in 
lisseiz'or 
lissem'ble 
lissem'bler 

ssemblingly 
[issem'inate 
dissemina'tion 
dissem'inativej^ 
dissem'inalor ' 
dissen'sion r 
dissent' q_iJ!) 

dissenta'neous 
dissent'er 
dissen 
disser 

^disscn'tious 

disser 

disser 

disserta'tional 

disserta'tionist ^ 

dis'sertator 

disscrv'icc 

disscrv'iceableo 

disserv'iccablcness 

disscrv'iccablyi 
■'dissev'cr ,. 

disscv'crance 




o 

rnt'er r i- r 

rn'tient ^ . ^ K^ L^;,^ 
rnt'ing 

;n'tious j- l- I' V^ 

:n'tiously \,^^^^ L-,^i^-<r U 
:rta tion ^^ J^ 

■•■■ Jo- Pxi^ 

mess 

3r !• ^^"^isscv'crment r r r 

J, J, dis'sidcnce t->. L .L 

vi vl dissident '^ tf ^ 

lisqui'ctude r' i- r ^~P dis'sidcntly I r y- — s^ I 

lisquisition 1 X . X . dissimilar ImT"^ •^J'^ 

lisquisitional^-^^ S— -e ' ■ "j ! DISSIMILAR-LY-ITY J>^ 

i: ..:■.: y.. .. .. ^ dissimilarityr \' y- — \/^|' /TT) 

1 . ^ J, i , dissimilarlyJ-^z-J-^ X )r4 

'—-Ky S-^V^-ty dissimilation ' ■ 

yr /^" "-i dissimilative i- i- ^-|^ i- „ 

A-^.uuraeii 1 \J' Xy' dissimilitude J^-vH Jp— J. \ — ^ 

V/ disregard' S — ^iL/ >J/'^ "tT dissim'ulatc ^^ ' « 

I'cr \ ' yy^\ y\ I •^^ dissimula'ti"" '• — ■ ■■ ^^ ^• 

Iful \r X. ra dissimulat 

HDFUL.I-Y "^i dis'sipate 



disrcgard'er 
disregard" 

DISKKGAI' 

disre^ard'fullyi 
disrcl'ish 



disrepair' 

r ' disrep'utabic 
J^ y disrcp'ulu' ' 



■..^f — •-• -r 

^ ^^diifeputc 

>i* ■ disrespect ^, 

J^ DISRtSPECT-PUL LY 
-^ \p disrespecflul 



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'>''yK \K \r di' 



[ion 
lator 
ipa 
dissipa'tion 
dis'sipativc 
dissociable 
isso'cial 
isso'cializc 
disso'cialized 



_| J^ disso'cializing 

y^ .. 3 dissociate 



JrS: 



dissocia'lion 




DISSOCIATIVE 



loo 



DIVERGINGLY 



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distinc'tive 



dis'soluble J J > J ^S^^_9distinc'tivcly 

dis'solubleness.^ distinctively 

dis'solute 3 rV^ tj' t « distinc'tiveness 

dis'solutely 3 J" j " J^^~^ distinctly 
dis'soluteness 3 






r 



Kdistrib'utable 
distrib'utary 




DISTINCTLY-NESS 



dissolu'tion 3 

dissolvabil ' 

dissolv'able 

dissolv'ableness 

dissolve' 

dissolv'cnt 

dissolv'cr Ik'^^^ pT ~^ t^ ' ^'^ 
dissolv'jng fl 'J ^-n^.^, V- 11 own (sec his) 



'" 3 pO C^ pn distinct'nes! 
I'ity J " J ^\.' \ distin'guish 
le ^ \piSTINGUIS 



distrib'ute 
distrib'uter r 
stribu'tion l- 
distribu'tional I V' 
distinct'ness r j:-.-:i :■--• - 

tf-1 
DISTINGUISH ^-^ 
1 a-an-and 11 1 dis 

I another V~jC~^ tM dis 



SS '-'^ !• di 



distributi'val 
istrib'utive 
strib'utively 

distrib'utivencss' 
'trict 



dissolv'ingly 

dis'sonancc 
dis'sonancy 
DISSONANCY 

dis'sonant 

dissuade' 

dissuad'cr 

dissua'sion 

dissua'sive 

dissua'sivcly 

dissua'sory • r>'^ O'^ l 

dissyllabic^ f \ J 

dissyllabiBca'tion 

DISSYLLABIFICATION 

dissyllab'ify 

dissyllab'ifying 

dissyl'labism p-X ^ 

dissyl'labizc J ^y~^ 

dissyl'labized 

dissyl'labi^ing 

dissyl'lable 

dissymmet'ric 

dissymmet'rical 

dissym'mclry 

distaff 

distain' 

dis'tal 

dis'tally 

dis'tance 
dis'tanced 
dis'tancelcss 
dis'tant r 

dis'tantly U 
distaste' X 

distaste'ful 

DISTASTEFUL-LY 

disiaste'fuliy 
distastcTulness x^ 

DISTASTEFULNES'S 

distem'per 

distemperaturer "^ 

distem'pered k ^C 

distend' '^""""^ 

disiend'er |- .i 

distensibil'ity 

disten'sible 

disten'sive 

disten'tion 

dis'tich 

distil' 

distil'lable 

distil'late 

distilla'tion 

distil 

dist: 

distill'ery 

distiU'cry-fed 

distill'ing 

distinct' 

DISTINCT 

distinc'tioa 



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I I ' distrust* 

b-1 ir-^ distrust'ed 
I — .s^distrust'er 



II one (see some) b 1 tj | distrusl'fu! 

I somebody ''~2l)— 1 "~1 y'^ISTRUSTFUL-LY 

II else (see somebody) ^^__X,<='^ distrustfully 
I something 1 l^ 1 distrust'fulness 

e(see something)!?— ^S^^J^T^distrustfuuness' 
^''-~2^~~y' '^ distrust'ingly 
•^ distrust'Iess 

DISTP.USTLESS 
disturb' 



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I you 
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I I I- disturb'ance 

fc—; M b-< |di=turb;er 



l'''^^ DISTINGUISHABLE I i: 
Y^, ^ distin'guishablenessC— ^IJ 
J >0 DISTINGUISHABLE. </ ' J\^ 

I / distin'guishably I**':?'^^ ^ 

Cr< DISTINGUISHABLYg— <_ 

distinguished citizen 



ydisul'phste 

r L_X disul'phid 
(rCjiy > disulph-ar'ic 




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r distin'guished!y 




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istilla'tion 1' r r 

istil'latory U U x/ L^ — ^ 

istiiier y^ yy^ y >^ 



distin'guisher 
*. DISTINGUISHER 
I distin'guishingiy " __y 

j- DISTINGUISHIN3LY 

k distort' 

P- distort'edly 
I- 7^ distort'er 
k° distort'ing 
f distor'tion 

Ldistorfive 
^ distract' 
'"distract'edly 
distract'edness 
stract'er 
istract'ible 
distrac'tion 
DISTRACTION 
distract'ive 



DISTRACTIVE-LY 

distract'ively 

distrain' 

\^distrain'able 1 
DISTRAIN able! 
distrain'cr r 

distrain'ment \^^ 
DISTRAINMENT 
distraint' 




HI (■ -, (' dislress'fully i- 

tj-' Ij ^~-'distress'ing \ 
distress'ingly L 



distrait' F. 

distraught' 

distress' 

distressed' 

jdistress'edness 

distress'ful 

distress'fully 

distress'ing 

distress'ingly 



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disun'ion 
disun'ionist 
disunite' 
disunit'er 

disunit'ing i* 
diEu'nity fc 

isus'age 

disuse' n. i 
) — C— T disuse' v. J 
' ) disutil'ity 
/^diru'tilize j 
' diEu'tiliscd 
\^ di3yoke' ^1 
K ditch I 
dilch'er i 
ditch'-w£ter 
di'theism 
\\ di'lheist V 

j. ditheist'ic \^ 

^ ditheist'ical \ 
diih'yramb 
dithyram'bic 
dit'tany ■• 
dit'to I I 

dit'ty I 1 

diure'sis L. * | 
diuret'ic \ 

dluret'ical 
diurcf icalness 

'nal 

nally 

ainess 
di'va It. 
div'alent 
divan' 
dive X 
div'cr I 

diverge' i ^\/f 
diver'gence \f^ 

diver'ger.cy 

DIVERGENCY j yi 

diver'gent \s^ 



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J| |l diur'n 

I l^ diur'n 

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DIVERS 



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DOCTORIZATION 





di'vers I I y? r \y^ divisor i r i i ii take 

diverse i->. \f \f divorce' 1 i--v K). iii a (see take) J J J 

diverse'ly ^j divorce'ablc \1^>/ d d^v /-^' the [_ [ 

diverie'ners i v/^"^ p I V^ DIVORCEABLE I r I " '^^^^ 

diver SifiaLIe \/ l/A^ " — r^divorced' H^ Ky l-j, ii think J J /J 

diversifica'tion l''^ \^^ divorcee' JL "0 \, )" his (see think) C C ^o 

DIVERSIFICATION |-y<^ T V^ divorceless |- I 1 ■' II understand 

divcr'siform I y^ \f ^^1/ ^ divorce'ment l-^x-o \~x 1-^ \/ iit a (see understand) Jo -Lf 4-i 

divcr'sify \f ^-^ V-^s divorc'er Y >t> j^^ ii undertake *J v \ 

diver'sifyingr \^^ I/O I' Vr divorc'ive r r i in a (see undertake) 

diver'sion \/ ^'^_^ u Xj divulge' l-v (^ (* ' perceive J 

divcr'sity divulg'er ^ x,.^ a^ ii a (see perceive) , „ 

divert' |\ r |\ divul'sion r^ /r /r i perhaps i i i^ 

divcrt'er \f ^^\ ^^^\ divui'sor q I / ^ — ° ' Persuade 

divcrfible A Dix Vo VjX ii a (see persuade) 

diverting i r i-^ Pix'ie r i |- i recognize \ y ~.\ y" |"V 

diverfingly lr'~~^l>^l'^"-^T3ixon I ^. I tJ^ Ij li it (see recognize) l/^—' l/'—|l/^ 

divcrt'ingness ' diz'en ) i recommend 

diverfisement I vT Iv \ dizzier i r r r li a (see recommend) I y i I 

Dives \r U I. I dizziest I I I 1^ i so l/~^ 1 <H- 

divesf V^ V-^ diz'ziiy i )/^ (f ) i some ) 

divesl'ed r i i dizziness! I r >_S\ ii other (see some)| I 

divest'ible 111 dizzy i L L \i something J- — ~>J — -, . 

divestiture Vo Vp ^^^ y- Dnieper J J ii else (see something) 

divid'able r J I I Dniester |_ I ' such I i | 

divide' L \ L L do (n ) ^^^^^ I I- u a (see such) L V, V 

I a-an-and y .^ l_ do (v.) ' i the / j_ 

I his \ I I I DO I I I " '''St I I I 

II own (see his) M w H ■ a-an-atd I L K ii first U,^^ Lf \(J^ — ■' 
I one L t J I assure . ' ., _J iii thing ^ 

I the I I I II you I II" "'"' I I 1 

1 us L L M ' ^^"^y h L^^ J '" '"s' L-^.^i' V — A>^^ I- — 

I you T h K * bcHeve J ^ x,^ ii thing ' ^ 

divid'edly r r i ii a (see believe)! i i ii work i y I /7 i 

div'idend \{/^ L l| \y 'his J t t - " worst Ux U/ k 

divider ^ J M/^ " °*" (s^^ his) \c- i their / 

divid'ingly i i r lit ii own (see their) i i | 

divination (■ v—? v-^^ " again I I — , I — , i theirs K \ K 

divine' ><] ' m and again i there J J ) 

DIVINE '■ — ' |j L L I make | i ii not i i i 

I assistance ^...T?Sv^^-- ii a (see make) L — I — , J i therefore K S / 

I being T i not i them <^ ) ( 

I goodness L— »9 L L " ^^k i themselves i I V I 

I judgment. J. g ni a (see ask) J J J i they I I I 

I providence A, ii be J J N, ii not (o ^ 

I service L/'^ L Lx^ iii assured (see be) ii think i i I 

I wisdom V^. II become 4.-1 4. i this 1 II 

I worship 111 a (see become) \j \__ \__| i thus ( C Vi 

divinely r I r ii change i us I i I 

DIVINELY tr-y-. I/O! — J" III a (scc change) J J J i we t i ) 

divinenejj / ii do / / ' ii believe (scc we) \^ 

diviner r r iv in a (see do) i you I I I 

divin est L-i-'^ U^ U II entertain l^ -Li -Li ii acknowledge (see k h — _ J 

diving I ^^ 111 a (see entertain) L J ~] i your [you) / ^ 

div'ing-bell I i, i, r ii entirely ii own (see your) i 11^ 

diving-dress I t v z^^' ^^r ~ -"find J ^ J J i yours J J '' 

divining N/ ^ 111 a (see find) / ^ ^ do'-all ^ ( 

DIVINING I I- /] r II finish Dob'son |- I" I" -1 

divining-rod.'.t<_-~_.«/ I t i:-^^ 'II a (scc finish) J yj ri doc'ile I A> i ' 

divining-Jtaff ^ (,." forward V^ \^ V^^ docility ^<^ I 

divinity I' r I" 111 his (scc forward) dock i I- |" I" 

.;i.i ililiiy U-» I I II have ,1 J .) dock'age 1 I — L L 

rlivi5 il.Ic I ^-^ ^X III a (ite have) K^ V. ^ dock'ct / 

divisibleilityI I I \ II intend dock'-mastcr i i- i- |- 

divisiblcncH ...Vj,....! V^^.... iii to (see intend) JL.^ L^ 1. dock'-rent i •— ^-C5 ' "^ ^ 

DIV1SIULENES3 ^v \. ^^V " 'nierferc V^ dock'yard i ' " 

divis ibiy i I \_t| " investigate ' doctor i- | 

DIVISIBLV I ^ ..I, ifia(jee invcjllgale)Li J .J DOCTOR I n I 

division I Vr ^v vO " ''"ow V^;-, V^;-, i of divinity j 

divi'iional I |\ . i ^- in a (sec know) 1 L ii medicine {. — . J l" 

divt'sionally I \ f^ \ C \ >^ " necessarily J_^ J_Q/ J ii philosophy 1....!^ 1 n. 

divisionary i vL Vj) Vj " 5ay ) doctorate b y (^ 

divi'sive III I 111 so (see say) doc'torcss j- I- |~ 

divi'sivcly 'II I " 'how J .1 ,j doclor'ial I — ri I I — '^• 

divi'sivencss I V^j Vc ^ V/-. "' 'he (s«e show) j J J doctoriza'tion ^ \^ ^ 



DOCTORSHIP 



I02 



DOMESTICATE 



doc'torship 
DOCTORSHIP 
doctrinaire' F. i i 

doc'trinal i- -^ 

doc'trinally 
doctrina'rian 

doctrina'rianism 

doc'trine 

DOCTRINE 

doc'ument i- 

documen'tall__^ 

DOCUMENTAL 

documen'tary 

DOCUMENTARY 

I evidence 
Dodd r ^ 
dod'der I 

Dodd'ridge 
dodec'agon - - 
dodecag'onal t 
dodecahe'dral 
dodecahe'dron 



I the 

II best (cp. take the) 

I their 

II own (see their) 



dodecasyllab'ic 1- g -' 

dodec'asyllable J 

dodge 1 

Dodge 

dodg'er i 

dodg'ery i 

Dod'ington 

do'do 

Dods'ley 

doe 

do'er 

does I 

I a-an-and b 

I another 




dog'mati2ed] 
dog'matizer 
dog'matizing 
dog's'-ear i 



./7 



I your 

II honor (see yc 
I yours 

doe'skin i 
doesn't J _j 

DOESN'T 

I a (cp. does-not) 
Doe'sticks / 
doff I ^1^ 

doff'ing 1 
dog I 
do'gal 
do'gate 
Dog'ber; 
dog'-bisc 
dog'cart i 
dog'-cheap i 
dog'-collar i 

dog'day i 
doge 

dog'-eartd 
I I I doge'ship 

b O b Jb dog'-faced i 

^ dog'fish I /. 

dog'-footed 1 ~^\ 
dog'-fox I 
dog'ged 1 ' 



I 1 I dog's'-ear i i- i- i- 

\ 






II one (see another) 

I as 
ti he 

III can (see he) 

II much 

III as 
I effect 

I he 

II expect (cp. he) 

I her I I 

II own (see her) 
,hers^ 

I his \ I I 

II own \q 

'" '^^ ^t 

II seem ^ 

III hkely (see seem) 

■ us ^ > 

I never ' 

I not 

II a (see 

I nothing i i i "' dog'-hood 

iielse(see nothing)l5_^ Jj_^, l5_^dog'-house 



~ 1 ^"^dol'lyi 

Dol'ly , 

I Varden 
dol'man _ 
dol'men 

dolmen'ic 

dol'omite 
dolomit'ic 



kl I dog'-footed I -^1- I- 1- 
a~) (T) dog;-foxi L_^^- l—/ L 
/ / dog ged 1 ; , I V^^ ^ 

I I I doggedly I i-^ i- i- v/'do'lor \f-'~~\ 

b p ^ doggedness i Lt U^__S> ' — Dolo'res K^ \ 

V N^dog'gerel • * \ dolorif'ic 

I ' I I dog'gerelize i- y^i- ■^_ ./-o-s,< 

i fc Jb dog'gerelized I ' 1 ' I f\/ /\( 

^ ^, ^ dog'gerelizer ^ , ^ - 

I I doggery I i- ^^ i- i- , 

[q^ b dog'gish I I / L L_^ 

, ; /■' . I dog'gishly i , J ^■ 

I I 1 dog'gishness 11- i- i- 

'Kt^-b«ned' ^ ^ ,h 



dog'-sick x| 
dog'skin 
dog'-star i 
dog'-tired i 
dog'tooth I 
dog'trot I 
dog'wood I 
Do'herty 
doi'ly , 

doit I 

dol'ce It. ^- 
dolcemen'te It. 

^oie'T^r^r rv 

dole'ful 

dole'fully \C^ 

dole'fulnessr V_ 

dole'some 

dole'somely 

dole'somene'ss 

Dolgoru'ki 

dol'ing 

do'-httle 

doll I 

DOLLAR r ^ 

dollar's worth 
dol'lar-mark 



^a- 




dog'gerelize i^ 
dog'gerelized 
dog'gerelizer 
dog'gery i i- 

dog'gish I I 

dog'gishly 1 

dog'gishness i 

dog'-gone' 

dog'-goned' 

*^ \^ L L, dog'-^headed i L_ L^ L 

: not) v^ / V dog'-hearled i ^ 



t I dog'-hearled 



I now 

II and the 
I one 

I probably 
I several 
iiother(see seve 

I some 

II one (see some) 

I somebody 

II else (see somebody)' 

I somethi 
(I else (see 

I such 

II a (see such) 

I that ^ 

II which (see that) 



dog'-kennel i 



Ml^ll^l 



^ I ( UUg -K.CIlliCi 1 

i / N. dog'mata ^- 

I I I ' dogmat'ic i- 

eral) r) q X-^ dogmat'ical L 

y \^ V^ dogmat'ically 

e) I 1^- dogmat'icalness 
(^ <J~" l/^dogmati'cian 
jbody) <J^ doe 

e something)J-v2~Y' Jo 




doloro'so It, 

ydol'orous 

dd'orously 

dol'orousness i/ 

dol'phin 

dolt J 

dolt'ish I^O' 
dolt'ishly V J 
dolt'ishness J 
dom I |— 

domain' t- — . 
Dom'bey 

dome ^ I I 
Domenichi'no I^-nC- 
domes'tic 

DOMESTIC 
I commerce 
I corporation 

I duty 

I economy 

I life 

I manufacture 




Ujr-^-^ 



U-^rv 



dogmat'ics 
dog'matism 

DOGMATISM 
dog'matist 
DOGMATIST j 

dogmatiza'tioni -^ 

dog'matize 



I ^. ni market 

I trade 



I trouble 
domes'tical 
omes'tically 

DOMESTICALLY 

domes'ticate 

DOMESTICATE 




L-5 — U-Th. l->- 



DOMESTICATION 



103 



DOUBLETREE 



domestica'tion 

DOMESTICATION 

domes'ticative 

DOMESTICATIVE 

domestic ity 

domes'ticize 

domes'ticized 

domes'ticizing 

dom'icile 

domicil'iary 

domiciliate 

domicilia'tion 

dom'inance 

dom'inant 

dom'inantly 

dom'inate 

domina'tion 

dom'inative 

dom'inator |- 
dom'ioe 
domineer' 
dominecr'ing 
domineeringly L 
dom'ini L. 
Dom'inic 1 
Dominl'cal 
dominical 
Domin'icani 
dom'inie 
domin'ion 
dom'ino 1- 
dom'inus L I — -^ 
Domi'tian 
don 1 |- 

do'fla Sp. J 
dona nobis 
Oon'ahue 1- >> 
Don'ald |^_^ 
Don'aldson 

do'natc 

Donatcl'lo 

Dona'ti 

dona'tion 

Don'atism 

Don'atist 

don'ative 

dona'tor 

Oona'tus 

done 
DONE 
I a-an-and 

I another 

II one (see a 
t for 

II a (sec for) 

I her 

II own (tee he 
I hii 
I It 

I its 

II own (lee its) 
I that 

H which (ice th 
I the I 

I them ^ 

I this 

II one (tec this) 
I up 





don'jon 

r 
< 

\r~% donna It. 



L — ^ •>* — n ^-^ Don Ju'an 

don'key-engine 



I |2) don'key 



J 




Danne , 

;, Don'nell 
Don'nelly 
don'nish i 

Don'nybrook 

Don'ohue 

do'nor 

do'-nothing 

do'-nothingness 

Don'ovan 

Don Quixo'le 

don'ship 1 

don't 

DON'T 

I be J- 

II assured (cp. do-not) 
Doo'ley 

■ doom 3 
doom'er 3 
doom'ful 3 
doom'ing 3 
dooms'day 3 
door 

door'-bell 
door'casc 

door'-jamb l_^-/ |_^|— /"T""^ **' 
door'keeper L^/ — L. V^ \d 



r 



I I do ta 

L—i^ L— J do'ta 

I* do'ta 

^1 I do'tati 

Ir iT dole 

\ V^do'tcr 

I ^ r^/i /r-A doth 



Dor'othy \~ ^^ 

Dor'rit U^ \ 

dor'sa L, 

dorsabdom'inal 

dorsabdom'inallyl 

dor'sal 

dor'sally 

Dor'set 

Dor'sey 

dorsicol'lar 

dorsicum'bent I 

dorsispi'nal 

dortocau'dal \~^\ — T 
dorsocer'vical \^ ._! 
dorsolateral 

dorsolum'bar 
dorsopleu ral ^_ 
^dor'sum L 

dose Vf 

dosed 

dosim'eter 1 

dos'ing j: -, 

dosorogy 
dost I 

dot F. t~ 

dot I 

dotage I 

1 

tard J- 

do'tardly 



V 



V- 




I I I Dor ca: 

nother)J^ , !_ ^J Dor'ch 

VJDor*' 

\ i 



door'-knob 

door'-knocker 

door'-latch 

door'less 

door'-mat 

door'nail 

door'plate 

door'post I /Xif I 

door'silL U^ ^ C 

door'step 

door'stone 

door' way 

door'yard 

dope 

Do'ra 

Do'ran 

Dor'cas 

ester 




ot'ingly I 

dot'ingness -{ 
do'tish |_ 

doi'tcr I I 

Do'ty 1_> 

Dou'ay 1 

dou'ble 1^ 

dou'ble-acting 
dou'ble-barreled 
dou'ble-bass 
dou'ble-breasted 

dou'ble-con'vex 

dou'ble-deale 

dou'ble-deali 

dou'ble-deck'er 

dou'ble-dyed 

dou'blc-ea'gic 

dou'ble-edged 

dou'ble-end'er 

dou'ble-enten'drc F. 




l^'i:x-i>^ 



dou'ble-face 
dou'ble-faced 
dou'ble- faccdness 



c 

t your I 

II own (tec your V^J 
I yours f 

donee' 

Don'egal 

Don'egan 



J J J 



H 



Dorian 

Dor'ic 

Dor'icism 

Dor'icize |~5** I'Vl \~J^^^ double-flowered 
Dor'icizcd 1/ l<^ L-^ double-footed 

Dor'icizing 

Do'rism 
Do'rize 
Dorking 
dor'mancy 






c 



DORMANCY 
dormant 
dormer 

dor'mcr- window 
dor'mitive 
dor'mitory 
dor'mouce 
,dor'nick 
Dorothea \ 



I, U 




dou'blc-head'ed 

double-header 

dou'blc-hcarted 

dou'ble-lock 

dou'blc-meaning 

dou'blc-milled 

dou'ble-mind'ed 

dou'blc-mindedness 

dou'bleness 

double-quick 

dou'bler 

double-slop 

doub'let 



P^< double-tongue i 
\\ dou'blc-longucd J 
doubletree 




DOUBLOON 



104 



DRAIN-COCK 



doubloon' 
dou'bly 
doubt 3 

I a-an-and 

I his 

u own (sec his 



I 



<v 



Dover 1 

Dover's powder !->. 
dove'tail 1 

Dow 

dow^'ager 
dow'agerism 

I one dow'diera 

I ones .., , J dowdiest 3 

dow'dily 3 







I one s .... .- .- 

I oneself (1 ^ <i_^ <L^ 



I some 






At 



h 



II own (see our) , dow'dy 3 

I ours t^ U,,^ "-N,^ dow'dyish 3 

I several ' J J dow'el 3 1 1 < id 

II other (see several)^ , ^.-dowel-bit J ^^ T ^ '^ 

i—- doweling 3 ^/ ^^ \^C^d 



XX' 



downward 3 

'wardly 3 

'wards 3 
downy 3 
dow'ry 3 
doxolog'ica) 

doxologi'zed Li^^lli^^ Q^>' 

doxol'ogizing 

Doyle \ 

lo'ed k" L- \r_ 

doz en I 






7 



II one (see some) ^*- \^^ dow'el-joint 

I somebody __ .-^_^^.^^.i<?dow'eI-pin 

II else (see somebody )cr~^<^"^ <? ^ dow'er 3 

I something dow'erless 3 

II else (see something) dowl 3 

I such i — . — .J--^ JbDow'ling 

II a b ' down 3 
I the -.-, 1 .--' a-an-and 

I their h ^ K 1 her 

II own (see their) ^ ' ti own (see her) 

I theirs , .-- 1 hers _. .|,. 

I them K \ J I his 

I themselves ^ ^ ^ 1 it 

I this t its 

II one (see this 
I us 
I you 
I your 

It own (see your) 
t yours 
t yourself 

doubter 3 
doubtful 3 L^ 
doubtfully 3 A 

doubtfulness j 
doubfingly 3 Aa 
doubfless 3 ^^^^_9 
doubt'lessly 3 
douce 3 
douce'ly 3 
douce'ness 3 
douceur' F. 
douche 3 
Doud 

dough- U 

Dough erty 

dough'face 
dough'faced 
doujh facism 

doLgh'iness | 
dough'nut l^_P 
dough'tier 3 

dough'tiest 3 
dough'tily 3 
dough'tiness 3 A^ 
dough'ty 3 



"Z'C 

""'"7" 
T'7' 



I I Down 



Jj-down'-bed 3 
/ downcast 



>^.\i^ 

! ^ "t^ 

^ AJ aJ 

this)..!. 1 1 drc't'-equalizer s, 

/" aI J draft -eye 1. 

ion) ^ \« ^ ^ draft-hole v' 

X7t " 



II own (see its) 
I that 

-II one (see that). 
I the 

I this 
ji one (see this). 

I upon 

II a (see up 

I which 

II a (see which) 

I your 

II own (see your).,| 1_. .. | 

I yours 



doz'er i 

doziness J^ 
doz'ing / 

doz'y I 

drab {" 

drab'ble ) 
drab'bling 

..drachm 
drach'ma L. 
drach'mae L. 

. . Dra'co 
Draco'nian 
Dracon'ic " 

, Draconically 
draft 3 

draft'-animal 3 
-drafl'-bar 3 
draft'-cattle 



V-T- 



draff-compasses 3 



i\ 



X.U^ 



■o 



.draft'-horseX.^f 
draft'iness 
draft'ing 3 
draft'-ox 3 
drafts'man 3 
drafts'manship 
DRAFTSMANSHIP^^ 
drafls'men 



1.^ 



v_ V-- 



u. 



t 



dough'y 
Douglas 

Doug'lass 

douse 3 

doused 3 

dous'ing 3 

dove 

dove'-color 

dove'col 

dove'-eyed 

dove'-house 

dove'Iet 

dove'- 

dovc 






by'- 






DOWNCAST 
down'castly ,, 
DOWNCASTLY 

down'castness 

DOWNCASTNESS 
Downey 

I down'fall 3 

I down'faIlen3 . 

V^) down'-feather 3 ' 
I J_^down'hearted 3 

down'hill 

down'iness 3 

Dov^n'ing 

dow^ 

dow 

down'right 1 /i 1 ^Vdragon-fl> 

DOWNRIGHtJa-j^/v \.Vytr±]/K<'y\ Y drag'omsh 
down'rightly *^ ' drag onlike 

DOWNRIGHTNESS Ja^'-'V I 5 



DRAFTSMEN 

.draffy , 

■drag 

drag'-bar 
.drag-bolt 
drag'-chain 
I draggle T 

Ja drag'glelail J 

^jN drag'gletailed 

3| /^ (fl >^'l ) draggly n 
jAl "J^/ l__A^_5drag-link J 

^ 1 ■ drag'-net 



y-i-j'^-" 



\ 



v^n'ing I I I 

vn'less 3 Ja^ ^a Ja 

vn'pour3 Q \_^^ 

vn'right \ y\ I /|i 



ag'-net 
dragoman 
dragon 
drag'oness 



DOWNRiGHTLYi y^^^ .L .^ .. drag'on's-blood 
down'rightness l'^ \\ ^ t^t^dragoon 



L.I 



Downs I 

down'sitting 3 J; 
down'stairs 
down'stream 1 
down'stroke Ja* 
down'lrod 

DOWNTROD 

downtrodden 

DOWNTRODDEN 



jA.t_ 



:'lct I I I DOWNTROD I 

•■-like 1 I 1 downtrodden ...I. I yi-._.l 

;'ling y^ /^^ />- DOWNTRODDEN h k 



-^7 7 

^^ 7 7- 

drain'age Til 

dram'age-tube J' J'^ I J^ 

dram'-cock / y x^ 1 



drag'-saw 
drag'-sheei 
drag'-spring 
drag'-staff 
drain 
i_drain'able 
DRAINABLE 



DRAINER 



105 



DREW 



drain'cr 
drain'-gate 

drain'ing-plow 

drain'-pipc 

drain'-tiie 

drain'-trap 

drake 

Drake 

dram 



L 3-n l^ 

n fl n dra 

J'^ J*^ I dra 

f^ \ dra 



draw'ing-book 1 
draw'ing-compass i 
draw'ing-knife i 
draw'ing-master i 
draw'ing-pape 
'raw'ing-perr i 
O^ "^ 1 n draw'ing-pin i 

L L I- — -< draw'ing-room i 

draw'ing-tablc I 

dra'ma ITT draw'knife x 

dramatic l—^ l~<i L-^ drawl 



dramat'ical 

dramat'ically 

dramatist 

dram'atizable 

dramatiza'tion 

dramatize 

dram'atized 

dram'alizing 

dramaturge 

dramaturgic 

dram'aturgist 

dram 

dram 

dram-shop 

drank 

drape 

dra'per 

Dra'pcr 

dra'pery 

drastic 
drat 

draughts 3 
Dravid'ian 
Dravid'ic 
draw I 

I a-an-and 

I back 

II a (see back) 

I his 



1^ 

h. 



drawl'er 

f\ drawl'ing 

L — ; drawl'ingly 
Jv drawl'ingness 

f) \,draw'-link 
draw'-Ioom 
Lv drawn i 

(\ ^yi q -^- drawn'-work ^ 

V-i/'^l U/7 draw-poker I J 

draw^'-rod i 
draw'-spring \ 

dray 'age 

dray'-horsc 

dray'm.an 

dray'men 

DRAYMEN 

Dray'ion 

dread 

1 a-an-and 

I him T_ 

I his 

II own (see his) 

I one \^ 

II another (see one) 






V^ 



drcam'less 

dream'lessly 

"dreamt 

dream'y 

drear 

•drear'ier 

drear'iest 1 

drear'ily 

drear'iness 

drear'y 

dredge 

dredge'man 

dredge'men 

DREDGEMEN 

dredg'cr 

dredg'ing-box 

dredg'ing-machi 

dreg'giness 

dreg'gish 

dreggy 

dregs 

Drei'fus 

drench 

drench'er 

drench'ing-horn 

Dres'den 

dress 

I a-an-and 

I another 

II one (see another) 

I her 

II own (see 1 
I hers 

I his f| ' rj " fj o 

II own (see his) \q yQ^ \^ 






l-L 



I UIIC s 

II own (see one's) ^ p 3_JI_/ % 

I such / 



It a (see such) 



II own (see his) rrr^ i the 

I near ii next(cp. do-the) 

II a (see near) J J J ' their 

lone ..Sr?..5r-:'.5rr?:^7rr^ 11 own (see their) 

II another (see one) ■ theirs 

'°"''' ■»).L?.L?rr:.i/.'.*''"^ 

I oneself 
I the 

I their 

II own (see their) 
I theirs 
I them 
I themselves 



} 



X v.^ 



II own (see one's). 5rr..-rrvrr^.7rr. 1 themselves 

I this 



II one (tec thi 

I upon 

II a (see upon) 
I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 

I yours 

t yourself 

draw'ablc i 
draw'back : 
draw'-bar 1 
draw'-bolt t 
drawbridge i 
Draw'canftir 
drawee' 
drawer 1 
draw'-gatp i 
draw'hcad 



} .V...V 

■14 l 

4 

l 



II one (see this) 
. I us 
I you 



I 






tt another (see one)1 | 1 

\^ Jo p 
I 



II own (see your) J* J -J 



M own (see one's) 
I oneself 

I such 

II a (see such) 

I that (\ 

II one (see that) L 
I the V 

I them 

II that (see them) 
I themselves 

I this 

II one (see this) 



I 









r 



^ 



I yours 
I yourself 
. dread'er 

dread'ful 

dreadfully 

drcad'f'ilness X n' A 

drcad'ingly \^ ^-v__^ ^"^ 

drcad'lcss ^^^ ^ \^ ^ 

.dread'lcssness 1 

drcad'naught 

dream 

dream'er 

drcam'ery 
,dream'ful 

dreamfully 

dream'icr 

dream'iest 

dream'ily 

drcam'inest 









I your 

II own (sec your) ^^ 
I yours ( 
I yourself ri Vy^ 

dress-circle -4> (J 
dress'-coat C 

dressed T 

drecs'er C 

dress'incss 

dressing 1 1 1 "^ 

dress'ing-case J^ Ij,^^.-^ 'j^- s 

dressing-gown A 

dressing-jacket 
dicss'ing-knife 

drcss'ing-room 7 ^u'V"^ A ! 

dressing-sack fj 

dressing-table [^^ : 

dress'maker 
drcss'making 
drcss'-paradc 
drcss'-uniform 



draw'hcad 1— ^^ 0— ^i; 
draw'-horse I {"^'l I I. 
drawing-board i '^^ 



drcam'ing 
dreamland 



dream'ingly L^^^^^ t'^T^ L--^/^ 



dressy 
drcjt 
drew 3 



] 




DREW 



io6 



DUBIOUSLY 



Drew 

Drexel 

drib 



1_ 






"-) 




drive'-wheel 1v y — <\v Iv x^drudg'ingty 

driv'ing i \j\C 1/ - L 4 drug 



dnv'ing-axle I 
driv'ing-band i(\ 
driving-box i 
driv'ing-gear l 



drib'bic 

dribbler 

drib'bltng 

driblet 
dri'er i 
driest i 
drift I 

driftage X 

drift'-anchor i 
drift-ice i 
drift'ing 
drift'Iess 
drift-net i 
drift'-netter i 
driftwood i 
drift'y 
drill 
drill'-bow 

drill-chuck 

driller 

drilling 

drill'ing-jig r Tyj 1 ^-d 

drill'ing-lathe ^ J ' ^J^c^^ 

drilling- machine/' f C^ ^ 

drill'-masleri v""^ ^ 1y^ 1/^ drool 

•driir-plate V \ V \a drool'ing 

drill'-plow. > droop 

d 

d 






driv'ing-shaft I Tv 1v 

driving-wheel i U i l^. 

driz'zle 

driz'zling 

driz'zly 

droll 

droll'er 

droU'ery 

drollest 

droll'ingly 'U/'C. 

drollish V. ' 

drol'ly 

drom'edary T ,y 
Dro'mio K^^< 
drone 

drone'-bass 
drone'-pipc 
dron'ish 
l-dron'ishly 

ron'ishness 
Drood 



r 



] 
L 



irill'-plow. > droop 

drill-press T/''^\^l/'^ 1/^~ drooj)'er f^ 

drill'-sergeant Y Y V I droop'ingly k 

drill'-stock drop > 



2 



drink 

drink'able _ 

drink'ableness 

drink'er 

drink'ing-bout 

drinking-horn 

drink'-money 

drink'-ofTering 

drip 

drip'ping-pan 
Dris'coll 
drive i 




rop 
drop'-bar 
drop'-bottom 

rop'-curtain 
drop'-forging 
drop'-glass 
'drop'-letter 
drop-light 
dropper 
drop'-press 

Ty drop'-shutter 



dropsical 
drop'sicalness 

• a \, t^ I dropsy 1 

I against Dros era L. i^ 

II a (see against) drosh'ky 

I an-and [^ lr-_-^ lr-~__^ dross I ^- 

I another dross'iness I t 

n one (see another) dross'less i 

. forth 1^1 b dross'y i 

I forward -Vc^ .\-- -,. .- drought 

I his ' ^^'^ drought'iness 

I into 1^. 1^ I droughty 

II a (sec into). jTrr^ VTtTL . ..H. drouth 

I it drove 

I its L L L dro'ver 

II own (sec its). .^ .| .^.drovin 

. I out 

n a (see out) 
1 the 

I them 

II that (see ihem) I I 

I this ... ( J. 

II one (see this) ( r. 
,us I. 1 ^ ...., 

I upon >sy ...X. .drow sing 

II a (see upon) ^ drow'sy 
drivel H* H* 1 drow'sy head 
driveler \ H \. drow syheaded 
driveling V. ^--^ V-^^_^ dr«jb 
driv'en i ''i 0^ '^Ov drub'ber 
driver i U — IJ-^ Ir-^ drudge 
dnve'way i ^ » i drudg'cry 




I store 
drug'ger 
drug'get 
drug'gist 
>-' <Y dru'id 
6 J^ druidess 
/ druid'ic 
druid'ical 
dru'idish 
dru'idism 
drum 

drum'-arnnature 
drum'-boat 
drum'-call 
drum'-cylinder 
drum'head 
drum'-major 
drum'mer 
drum'ming 

Drum'mond 
drum'stick 
drunk ' 

drunk'ard 
drunk'en Lj.^ 
drunkenly 

drunk'cnness 
drupe 
Dru'ry 
Druse <\ 
Dru'sian b. 
Drusil'la 
dry I Tv 
I a-an-and I 

I his 

II own (see his) L 
I the ....^^rr:' 

I their 

II own (see 
them 

ad 



3- 



1. 




l^ 



I 



h 



X 



\ 



\ 



dryad'ic 

Dry'asdust 
dry'-as-dust', 



a-v/-- 0" ^^ — Dry'burgh 
\^ LV dry-cup i 

dry'-cure i 



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L I I 



\ ^ l 



r r 

1- 



drown 3 

drown'er 3 

drowse 3 

drowsed 3 

drow'sier 

drow'siest 

drow'sily 

drow'siness 



V 



I. 



Dry'den 
dry-dock i 
dry'-goods 1 
dry'-house 
drying-house 
dry'Jy i 

dry'ness l Ty 
dry'-nurse I l,.^___p 

dry-nursed 1 



.1^ 



1;^ 



I 

t 



dry-nursing I r,^ l\^ 0, 

dry -poinl i ^ /\ '^ 



'L 



1 



dry'-rot i 
^ dry'-rub x 
dry'-shod I 
duad 3 
du'al 3 
du'alism 3 
du'alist 3 
dualis'tic 3 
duality 3 

Duane 

dub 

dubi'ety 

dubios'ity 

du'bious 

du'biously 



4 



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n 



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DUBIOUSNESS 



107 



DURING THE EVENING 



du'biousness 
du'bitabic 
dubila'tion 
Dublin 



Dublin I I' I b 

Du Bois' J "^ V 

Dubuque' /S, \* \ n 



dull'er 

duU'csl 
dull'-eyed 



du'cal 
du'cally 
Du Cange* 
duc'at I 

duces L. Ll 
I tecum L. 
Du Chaillu' 
Duchesne' 
duchess 

duch'y 

duck 

duck'-bill 

duck'-billed 

duck'tng-siool 

duck'hng 

duck-shot 

duct 

ductile 

duc'tilely 

duc'tileness 

ductility 

duci'lcss 
duc'tus L 
dude 3 
dudeen' 
dudgeon 
dud'ish 3 
dud'ism 
Dudley 
duds 

due 3 

I consideration K | | dump 

I diligence -n l^y dump'-car 

I notice "J '^ dump'-cart 



dul'cify l>^v ly^v* 1/"^*^ Dun'glison 
dul'cifying i ^ V V.^^__^ V dung'y 

dulcimer U dung'yard 

Dulcine'a 1 \\^ \/^ Dun'ham 

dull sJ V V Dun'ker 

dull'ard C ^ Dun'kirk 

dull'-brained 
dull'-browcd 

dun'nish 
Dunois' 



I time 
due'-bill 3 




duU'-head 

duU'ing 

dull'ish 

dull'ness 

dul'ly 

Duluth' 

Dul'wich 

du'Iy 3 

I answered 

I considered 

I received 

Dumas' 

Du Maurier' 
dumb I , 

Dumbar'ton i-^-^^ 
dumb'-bell 
Dumbiedykes' 
dumb'ly 
dumb'ncss 
dumb'-show 




dumb -show 1 1 . 

dumb'-waitcr L-^ l- — ^_„_^, 

dum'found _y ^\ 

Dumfries' 1 I 1 I 



J- J- 
h 

-11 11 / du'ologue iV I I 

..l—^V-r^" dupability 3 I; I I 

dupable 3 ^^ X 

u'plicate |. I | 

uplica'tion J J J 

u'plicative \^ > .^ > ... 

uplic'ity I " 1 1 || \^ 




Duns Sco'tus i 
Dun'stan 
du'o 3 

duodecen'nial 

duodcc'imal 

duodcc'imally- 

duodcc'imo /i 

uodc'nal ** '- 

duode'num L. 



1-— >. ^Duploy^' 
^ Dupre' 



K 



K. t^^ I" dump isnness W— jy^ t— -j l--~^ 

) dumpling ' • A, (^ 



^ 



I process of law. i 

du el 3 I ^ J 

dueler 3 N/^ J 

du'eling 3 
du'elist 3 
duello It. , 
due'na Sp. 
duen'na 
Dues'ta 
duet' 
duct'to It. 
Duff 
duCfer 
Duf fcrin 
Duftey 

dug I 

Du'gan 

Dug'dale 

dugong' 

dug'oul 

Du Guetclin 

duke 3 

dukedom 3 

duke'ling 3 

dukc'ly 3 

dukc'thip 

dulcama'ra 

dulce 

dul'cet 

dul'cetneM 

dulcian'i« 

dulcifica'tion 



Dumfries'shire 
dum'my 

Dumourier' 11 y' \ \ 
I 



I I I , Duquesne' 

L — T^. L-— ^ durabil'ity 

\ DURABILITY 



du'rablc 

DURABLE 

du'rableness 



.. dumped 
dump'cr 
dump'icr 
dump'icst 



l- 



U 




L 



I 

u 

4 



dump'iness 

dump'ing 

dump'ing-bucket 

dump'ish. 

dump'ishly 

dump'ishness 

dump'ling 

dump'y 

dun 

Dunbar* 

Dun'can i 

dunce y^ ^ 

dunce'dom 
dun'cery 
Dun'ciad 
dun'cical 

dunc'ish 
dunc'ishncsa 
Dundas' 
Dundee' 



I , /DURABLENESS 

L— ^-^ du'rably 

DURABLY d 

I- — '-^ Vz^ r"*-^.—^ dur'ance x^ 





j- 



i 



Duran'go „ 

dura'tion | \? 
DURATION l^'.. 
Durcr 
D'Ur'fey 
Dur'hara 
dur'ing 
DURING 
I a-an-and..*!- 



l>^ 



1. ^ 

-\ \- 



t 



I his 

II own (see his) 



Dundee. ^^ ^ 

Lj: Lli_ dunderhead J\j_J^^V..J_jr^^ > 
|^_^^ dun'dcrhcadcdp 1 

Ldun'derpate I I I 

. ?i Dundreary li^^. U^. , J' 

^ dune 3 ^ IX 

r n ?::;■"" J- L U 

dung'-bcctlc I '^ 

(\^ -dung'hill ,/^ "-^ 



I It 

I its 

II own (see its) 

I life „. 

I most ^ fe ■ 

I one 

II more (see 

I our 

own (see < 

ours 

several 

II other (see several) 

I such .....q.....a...rL 

II a (see such) p Jb 

■ that V 

II time (see that).!... 7^.1 -1- 

II afternoon 
II day 
II evening 



! our) < 



DURING THE FORENOON 



io8 



DZIGGETAI 




II forenoon / — V^ DUTCHMEN i I 

"latter \ l/-!/- duteous 3 I 

HI part h y yv V duteously 3 /-^^ ^ 

11 month du'teousness 3 1 

II next ...l 1 1 dutiable 3 

III day (see next) 1—^ •'--^ ' P du'tiful „l^ 

II night (^ DUTIFUL.lv 

II other ...1 V---1 dutifully ...1... 

H time l--- > \_^ du'tifulness 

'their [ DUTIFULNESS V^l 

II own (see their).!.. .:..'!- ..--I-- Dufton I 

I theirs ^ ^ 1 du-ty 3 „ "j 

I this ' '^ '^ duumVir L. j ^ 

II time (see this), /l 1 1. .duum'viral [5-U->,|„i 

I what if duumvirate 

II time (see what) ^ V dux L. I 1 
1 which ...I lLr^..'l. Dvorak \j-o V-y. 

I your |> ) -T dwarf / ) 

II own (see your) U-n ii dwarfish VzP 
I yours %--- % L^v 'iw3''f''sh!y 1/ 

durst ^ ^ /^ dwarfishness 

Dur'ward '1 wi/ 1 b 1 dwarf'ling p-J-i Ptt Cy 

Dusenberry V (j-,.^ J dwar.fy 1/ V- ^ ^-~Y 

dusk ^N^ dwell (\ 

duskily 1 x-- 1 1 dweU'er Cy — -^ p p 

duskiness J^ — I. \ .^_^ J[ dwelling V A .\,\o 

dusk'ish ■ ■ ' ^ dwell'ing-house Q (TV"^^ 

dusk'ishly 1 ; (_ |_ dwell'ing-place p ~ '^ 

dusk'ishness Jll,^_y ^ — ^ dwelt 1 

dusk'y ■ / Dwight (^' 

Dussek I Ik^ U Dwi'na C ■ "^^ ^ 

Dusseldort J=^ l h \ dwindle I ,. ^' ^P 

dust dwin'dlement f ^ 

dust-brush lev 1 1 Dwy'er O 

dust'. cart C ^ X b»c-° \> dyad L 

dust'ed ^ dyadic v^ v- 

duster k_ 1 1 Dy'ak I 1 

dustier D t b Dyas I S I 

dust'iest [jy^ k" Dyas'sic v) 

dustiness |_ 1 |_ Dyce I 1^ 

dusfless t t t dye I t I 

dusi'man [^ y^ [..—^ dye'-house i 

dustmen 1 1 I- \ dye'-pot |v / I 

DUSTMEN k k C) * V dyer I l^X L 

dust'pan l,-^^ L-r-^ Dy'er ./^ 

dust'-shot I |_ I dye'stufi I iv Iv I 

dusty b^.^^ b ) dye-vat L^ ' ^^ 

Dutch \ y dy-ingly 1 ]~ J 

I metal 
Dutchman I I I 

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J ,L 



1- 



t 



dy'ingness i i 

dynam'ic 

dynam'ical 

dynam'ically 

dynam'ics 

dy'namism 

dy'namist i 

dynamist'ic L..^.;—^ 

dy'namile 

dy'namite-gun 

dy'namiter 

dynamil'ica! 

dynamit'ically 

dy'namitism 

dynatniza'tion 

dy'namize |„ 

dy'namized L_,-— ;>■ 

dy'namo 

dynamo-elec'tric 

DYNAMO- ELECTRIC 

dynam'ograph 

dynamom'eter 

dynamomel'ric 

dynamomet'rica! 

dynamom'etry 

dynas'tic 

dynas'tical 

dynas'ticism 
dy'nasty 
dyne i 

dyscra'sia L. 

dyscras'tic 

dysenter'ic 

dysenter'ical 
dys'entery 
dysmenorrhe'a Gr. 
dysmenorrhe'al 
dyspep'sia 

DYSPEPSIA-TIC 

dyspep'tic 
dyspep'tical 
dyspnoe'a L, 
dyspnoe'al 
dyspnce'ic 
dysu'ria L. 

dysu'ric \'l^ <. 
dzig'getaij^ 








J 



e r 

I pluribus unum L.> 
each I 

I article ^ 

I can 

II be (see can) 

I has / 

II a-an 

II been (see has) 

I instant 

I is i 

II a-an 

II the (see is) / 

I may ,, 

II be (see may) 

I moment /--.-» 

I must 

II be (see must) 

I occasion / -^ 
io( 777.... 

II a-an 
M her 

III own (see her).. 
II hers 

II his (^ 

III own (see his)... 

II its 

III own (see 
M our 

III own (sec our' 
II several 

II them 

III thai (see them) 
II those 
Ml that (ice those). 

II us 
It which 

III is (see wh 
II whom 

) 




II betray 

II blame .JS 

II bless 




II assume 

III his (see assume) 

II be 

III found (see be) 

II bear 

III a (see bear) 
11 become 
II behold ..Sv. .\--.Sv » be (see would). 

II believe ^> ^ ^ Eads 

III a (see believe) 
II bend 
II bestow 




Ea'gan 

ca'ger i : ^ 

ea'gerly 

ea'gerness I 

eagle i ,i 

ea'gle-cycd 

III a (see bless) '/ / / eagle-sighted i 

break >y . . , . >v^- - - - A ^ eagle' 

III a (sec break) y i ea'gle-winged 

II embrace /l.^^/L,./L ear i 

III a (see embrace) ^N;---N^-\-.ear'ache i 

II employ r \ ear'-brush i 

I" the / / / ear'-drop i 



14- 

ich) / f 



/ .1,1 own (see ^J^)^ Z' £ 

" III its I ° 

/ III! own (see its) / II ear'lin 

\.. iiit:.2t % \ .'....Early 

( III the <l_^ early 




..II have >y r ear'-drum i 

III a-an > earl 

111 her / / / earl'dom — ^ /^-^ •~^ /r^ —^ /^ 

■mown (see her).k^.. 4,^... ''.....earless I 'YU^ Y 'Y 
HI his \ ^ Ear'ley 

car'lier 
. I than 
III its ' ° ear'liest 



I Ml them / i^ /-^ I age "^/TJ 

M make J. ..; i as >/ 

HI a (see make) ^ ' ii possible 

/ II meet /_ P /-~.^0 ' growth 

^ Ml his (see meet) ...-.7^7;. i part 



II wnose 
I one 
M hai-is 

I one s 
I oihcr . 
I place 

I volume 
I was 

H B (tee wa 
I way 

I went 

M away (see went) 

I will / 

II ascertain .... 

H ask 



J 



II mention 



/^ 



' i- 



U- 



111 a (icc ftik) / / 

M aticrt .. ...S \z^- 



I.. 



tar'mark 




earn 

car'ncst 

car'ncstly 

car'ncstncss 

EARNESTNESS 

Earn'shaw 



II raise 
II reason 



iiy/y^ 



M assist 

Ml hit 

II associate 



II mix 

II move 

Ml a (see move) 

n not /^ 

in be (see will-not) 

M oblige 

II observe 
« obtain 
II perish 
II perform / 

M recommend yC^ 

II recover ." ' carth'en 

II refer earth'cnwarc 

II reform l/\^ kSo / earlh'incss 

M refuse .TX^.. carih'liness 

II remain ^'^ caflh'ling 

n remove P l'^^ /^''^\ 

(I render 

II represent ^ — i cardi'ly-tninJednesfl 



/ n remove P P/^ 

y . ..(1 render ..J^. 

^ » represent ""^ 




car -piercing r 
.car'ring i 
ear'shot i 

ear'-splilting :->. 
earth t//X 

carih'-born 
earth'-closetv 



earth cn\ 
/ earlh'incss v^* 

.7N- carih'liness ^^K^ 

^^ carlh'ling ' »^ 

earthly -H^A/^ vT/^T 

carih'ly-mindcd / V. I / V. l__j 



109 



EARTHQUAKE 



no 



EDWARD I 



earth'quake 

carth'wa; 

earthwards 

earthwork 

earlh'worm 

earthy 

car-trumpet I 

ear-wax i 

earwig 

ear'witness t* 
ease i 
ease'ful i 
ease'fully i 
ease'fulness 
ca'sel 

case'ment x 
eas'ier i 
I than 
eas'iest i 
eas'ily i 
eas'iness i ' 
east I 



ike ^^ v^ ^^ . ebullient .v ^ v ^^ ^~^ Edda i 

Td^L ^SJ- ^^ebulli'tion \^ N/ I' Edda'ic I 



I Anglta 
I Anglian 
I Cape 
I India Co 

I Indies 

I Liverpool. 

I River 

I St. Louis 
East'cheap 
Eas'ter 
east'erly 
eastern i 

I Empire 

I man 

I states 
east'ernmost 
east'ing i 
East'lake 
East'man 

Eas'ton 
east'w^ard i 
east'wards i 
eas'y i 
easy-chair i 
easy-going i 
eat I 

eat'able i 
eat'en i 
eat er i 
eating-house 
Ea'ton 

Eauclaire' 
eau-de-vie' F 
eaves i 

eaves'drop -i 

caves'dropperVi;' 

eaves'-trough 

ebb V V 

ebb'-anchor n N^ 
ebb-tide 
Eb'en v 
Ebene'zer >> 

Ebers 

Eb'lis 

eb'on 

ebonite 

eb'onize 

eb'ony 

Ebor'acum 

ebri'ety 

ebrios'ity 

cbul'liencc 




ebullient 
lli'tion 
6carte' F 
Ecbat'ana 
eccen'tric 

ECCENTRIC 

eccen'trical 

eccen'trically 

eccentric'ity 

ECCENTRICITY 

ec'chymose 

ec'chymosed 

ecchymo'ses L. 

ecchymo'sis L 

ecchymol'ic 

eccle'sia 

eccle'sian 

eccle'siarch 

eccle'siast 

Ecclesias'tes 

ecclesias'tic 

ecclesias'tical 





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I and west ') .TN -.1 .ecclesias'tically 







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ecclesias'ticism 

\ Ecclesias'licus 

.rcl ecclesiog'raphy 

• / ecclesiolog'ical 

ecclesiol'ogist y^ ^• 
ecclesid'ogy r ■''(/g - - "(^i 
ech'elon 

Echid'na 
ech'o 

ECHO 

echoed 

ech'oer 

ech'oic 

ech'oism 

ech'oless 

Eck'ert 

Eck'stein 

eclair' F. 

ficlair'cissement F. 

^clat* F. 
eclec'tic < 
eclec'tically 

eclec'ticism 

eclipse' 

eclipsed' 

eclips'ing 

eclip'tic 

ec'logue 

econom'ic 

ECONOMIC 

econom'ical 
econom'ically 

ECONOMICALLY 

eccnom'ics 
|— econ'omisl 
econ'omize 
econ'omized 
econ'omizer i 
econ'omy 
ecru' F. 
ec'stasy 
ecstal'ic 
ecstal'ical 
ecstat'ically 
Ec'uador 
ecumen'ic 
ecumen'ical 
ccumen'ically 
ccumenic'ity 
ec'zema 
eczem'atous 
E'dam 




Up' 




Edda 
Edda'ic 
Eddie 

ed'dy ^ •• 

Ed'dystone i 
e'delweiss G 
ede'ma 'i* 
^edem'atous \—~^ 
E'den ., 

Eden'ic 

Ed'gar 

edge 

EDGE 

edge'less 

EDGELESS ^ 

edg'er 

edge'-tool 

EDGE-TOOL 

edge'ways 

EDGEWAYS i 

edge'wise 

EDGEWISE k 

Edge'worth L 
edg'y 

EDGY / 

edibil'ity / 
ed'ible 

p^^ed'ibleness 
/ e'dict 
e'dictal 
edifica'tion 
ed'ificatory 
ed'ifice 
edifi'cial 
ed'ified 
ed'ifier 
ed'ify 
ed'ifying 
ed'ifyingly 

e'dile i 
e'dileship i 
edil'ian i 
Ed'inburgh 
Ed'ison 
ed'it 

E'dilh M- 

edi'tion i I 
ed'itor ( 

edito'rial 
edito'rially 'L 
cd'itorship / 
ed'itress . > 
Ed'monds X^' 
Ed'mund 

Ed'munds I 
Ed'na 'V^ 

E'dom 

E'domite •' 
educabil'ity 
ed'ucable 
ed'ucate i 
educa'tion L 
educa'tional 
educa'tionalist 
educa'tionist 
ed'ucativc 
ed'ucator i 
educe' i Li^ 
educed' i 
edu'cible i 
educ'ing i 
educ'tion 

_ 'I educ'tive 
1 U- ^v Ed'ward 
I I 



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t 




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EDWARD II III EKE 

ill I I •- I cfTcrvcs'cence i v/p^^ XQ^cgois'tically ^^^ '"ri ""T-]- 

Ed'wards 1,^*'"= l^ }. ^ effervescency i s/i^/^-'U:^ egotism J ]• — » b 

Ed'win effcrves'cent ■^-^v:;,^^^ ) e'gotist 

eel t ^- y-^ ^. — = effcrvescible I /I ( ^/t egotis'tic ^-pi: '-r 

eei'-shaped I .' J ^ J effervercibleV/ VjiN-J^ v<jj_^gotistical C 

eel'skin i ^ effervescing I 'y\. ^^ EGOTISTICALLY 

eel'spear I /'^>s. ~> effervescive i n/^nY'. . egotistically'— pT__^ j — 7 f"T*-" 

e'en I .' \ j * ^ effete' i • Vv^ Vc X. *J-^^_ji egregious C ' l" J 

e'er ^ effete'ness x "V^ ' egre'giously 

ee'rily i ^~N/^ ^~N i^effica'cious r r r egregiousness = — 7 

ee'riness I Y \ f 'eflica'ciously -^ -_p — t-^iJ1 — ;— 1 egress i 42j> ^ . " t-r— ' 

ee'ry i effica'ciousness "y^ ' 1''' ' -'^ egres'sion 

efface' ( V V efficacy r r h"^ I 'legres'sor y <= — I '/■ 

EFFACE H^ Vo Kj} efficiency V ^-^ / ) \ — /egret ^r-rT> ' C 

efface'able Ny' EFFICIENT-LY-CYj Egypt 

EFFACEABLE 1 I I, efficient r /^ r ry<- r Egyp'tian V- V V^ 

effaced' V^. ^ ^ efficiently V / -V-y/ -V^ Egyptol'oger / VV V/7' 

EFFACED \ effigy / Egyptological X^ ^<^ — 

efface'ment 1 1 1 effloresce' f . ? p, /? Q^ A-^Egyptol'ogist ■/■ V- 1 

EFFACEMENT>;>^ \j, ^Vij^^ effloresced' >^^ >Cy^ ^V^ Egyptology <vy<7 V./<7 > 
effac'ing efflores'cence eh ^ £^ N/ / 

EFFACING 1 1 1 efflorescencyP, J^-'^ Cx x^'^-^EH n 

effect' ^-"^.x ^ ^ ^- ^efflorescent -^C/ Qy h«^V/ Eider • ^1 ^l 

I a-an-and \ [cfflores'cing -^O^' ei'der i 

I bis I I 1 effluence f C ei'der-duck i vl^^^ C 

(1 own (see his) ~^-^_^ V_^V ^ effluence V.^^^, ■V_^_yV4._^^ eidolon A K> "^ 

lit \^ I leffluency ^JEi'ffel [ 1 

I Its 'v I V EFFLUENCY P f C «'§*'' I I' I' 

II own (see its)^ ^V ^^ ^ efPucnt '^-^_^ '^^^ '^ — ^ eight'een 'I 'J 'L_--p 

I of b <i ^ I EFFLUENT j eighteen'mo ' 

II a-an 1 1 1 efflu'via C P f eight'eenth r \ | 
II another N^ ^^ ' ^ efflu'vial -^ — -V^^ V eight'foil Ij "U "l 

II being I 1^ 1^ efflu'vium V^^ V_ v^_^,;i^ eightfold (_ v_ ^, 

III a (see being)[ i 1 >v,efflux r / ^(V ', eighth 1 if 

II his ^ V V FFFi iiy . V I n " X o' ^eighth'ly '\ 'X. 

III own (see his) I 1 U££!°" eightieth ^ (^ 
II it 1 1 r>^_. effortless ^-o "^">^ /eight'y r 

II its V V 1^~— T effrontery 'V p^, "V' ei'kon i 'I .iL_, 

III own (tee its) L L L effrontery 1/ Eisenach ' 

Hthat I V b v\ . effulgence (• C C Eisleben vVi'N: v"l ""^ 

11 them V *^ — 'v ^^— 1 ^ effulgent .'^ .K,^ .'^ eisteddfod 'W. / >, 7 '' 

II this I I I efful'gently J- J 't- either i J 

I one 1 '1 (1 ( effuse' i 1 1 a-an-and ) ) •( L 

• the V \ ^'■V ^ effuse V^. ^^ >^ I account . .'^. -V- --"•■• 

I their J L L 'f^^'d' '^^ | 1 amount - 

II own (see their)i IV.) effused i ^ • has J J J 

I theirs ^ ^^ S effusing ^l ^^■~JJ;__, . . ^ 11 a (see has). 

.this L L I effusing N> '^-^-^.his <\ c\ 

• "» I V <) w C'S";'*°" 3 I • , I " I -> • i""""*' L» o) V 

1 you V > ^ enu sive 3 >^0 \o Vo ^ 1 'S -.rtz. ;. 

■ your n I I effusively 3 'V_ VjT 11 a (see is) 

H own (see your)i 1 1 f effu'siveness 31, ' of ) } J 

lyours. >- 1^ f^^ — i_neft ^^ "-, ;_ 11 his (see of). .1 . .S 

eflect'et ' J I legad' 3 ^'— v^9 ' °"' cv 

efTect'ible 1 \f \[ igalilf' F ^-i 11 or the other *) 1. 1 

effect'ive '^ ■ -^fe. ■ ; ^ ■ Egan _::_/. I" - ,, -^"X 1 the ...f. ./ 

effecf ively J 1 ^ Egbert 1 their ( 

effectively I \i \ ' Eg'erton — -S. 1 there \ \ I 

effectiveness ^^ — ZA—i-rS— :_, ^^egg / _:_ V, n are ...I i^. ... 1... 

effect-less \ ^^ [^egg'-beater J | . time / l^ ^^ 

effect-lesslyi /^t L •. ^egg'-cup \ '^- j— — 1 way ) X Y \ 

effect'or -V. ■ I •V^ZZJTV'^ Eg'gleslon /\ J 1 will . .T^ 

effectual s^ ll egg-nogs' 11 be (see will) ' 

effectually 1 V . ri^j-^— legg'-plant . j •^—j 1 you ]^ X/^ / P 

effect'ualnesrv ■ p. \/^~^ regg'-shapcd y y- ^y 11 are (see you) L — ■/• 

effectuate L' ' 'legg'-shcll ^ f ejac'ulate 

effeclua'lioo \ I 1 Eg'lamore y yr^. ejaculation V /C^ 'I "/ V 

effeminacy : 1'^— r'^ 'X— rS 'g''""''"" •- ■ -| ^ ' J — ^^ ejoc'ulatory L — 1 L — J L. 

effeminate „ Y .f Eg'mont ' eject' 

effem'inately \^ -V,^^ I ego i « ejec'lion V 'I '1 

effem'inatene»»''-..^^j ' |'-^^.^_;_^. e'gohood ^_ :_— i.^_l • j— »j>rfi./» '-^-, '.. '1 ^ 

effendi Turk. ' .L' 'l^Ji 1 c'goiim 1 I I '' eject'ively -^ V^ \^ 

efferent i 1 •^/t 1 yyi e'goisl 1 '. | p rpp ejeci'ment V '/ / 

effervesce' VJX' X_/ Vo'N^ V^egoii'tic i-.-:. 1 J cjecl'or L^.. 1-1/ • 

effervesced' egoistical • ' eke i 



EKKEHARD 



112 



ELEVATOR 



Ek'kehard _ 

elab'orate 

elab'oratcly 

elab'oratencss 

elabora'tion 

elab'orative 

elab'orator 

elab'oratory. 

Elaine' 

E'lam ^ 

E'lamite L — s.- 

eian' F. 

elapse' 




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I railway 

I tension 
elec'trical 
elec'trically 
ELECTRICALLYi 

iClec'tricalness 
^electri'cian a^ 
(" electric'ity / • t \, 

ELECTRICITY j, 

,y^ elec'trifiable 
4 clectrifica'tion 

ELECTRIFICATION 

elec'trifier 



elapsed',/ \3 ./ ^.i \5;_^elec'trify 



rx 



/ 



elaps'ing 

elas'tic /^' 

clas'tically.i I 

clastic'ity 

clas'ticness 

elate' 

elat'edly 

elat'cdness 

elate'ment .(^ 

elat'er ,^^-5* 

elat'or /• 

cla'lion ,<. 

Elba 

El'be 

El'bcrt 

el' bow 

cl'bow-chair 

cl'bow-grcasc 

el'bowing 

el'bowroom 
Elburz' 
eld 
eld'er 

ELDER '(L 'C^^ 

elderberry /) ^^ 

eld'erly 

eld'ership 

el'der-tree 

el'der-winc 
eld'est 

ELDEST 

El Dora'do 

El'dred 

el'dritch 

El'eanor 

Elea'zar |, 

Etea'zer 

elecampane' . 

elect' 

elcc'tion 

electioneer' ^ 

electioneer'er t • 

elcct'ivc 

elect'ively 

elect'or 

elect'oral 




elec'lrine ( . n . 
electriza'tion | 
clec'trizc 




ilec'trized •^ 
:lec'trizer i • n y 
;lec'trizing L 









electrized 

ell 

elec'trobath /"^\L^_n 

electrobiolog'icalL--?^^srj— 
electrobiol'ogist |~_( Xj"^ 

electrobiol'ogy ^^ • - ""^^ — 

electrocau'tery 
eleclrochem'ical 

electrochem'ically 

eleclrochem'istry 

elec'trode 



■X-X^ •X^//>C. electrodepos'itA )?■ \/ 

( \^{ V-^^^electrodynam'ic j-^ 

y elect rodynam'ical* 



electrodynam'ics 
T electrodynamom' 



V s 



y 



°rb<i- 



.^ .^- elect 

/ I ) electr 

/ electr 



(Cmet ics"-^! ■ — ■! . 

of'.'cTT^^^T^^l^ 




elect'orate /^ Z' jP /^ /) 

elect'oress LyC Lv^ Lh/^ 




electroengrav'ing 

electrokinet'ic 

electrokinet'ics 

electrol 
electrol 
electrol 

electrol'ogist 

electrol' 

electrol 

rolyte y^ 
trolyt'ic i - n 
trolyt'ical [^ 

electrolyfically 

elec'trolyzabie 

ELECTROLYZABLE 

electrolyza'tion 
elec'trolyze 4-=— 0/' 
elec'trolyzed 

electromag'ne"T~[;:Z- 

ELECTROMAGNET-IC 

clectromagnet'ic 
electromagnet'ically 

ELECTROMAGNET- ' 

[ICALLY 

electromagnet'ics 

electromag'netism 

ELECTRON! AGNETISM 

electromag'netist 

electromedi'ca!^ 

electromet'allu 

electrom'eter 

clectromet'ric 

electromet'rica 

cicctrom'etry 

electromo'tion 

electromo'tive 

electromo'tor 

elec'tron L 

electroneg'ative 





electroneg'atively^ 

electro-op'tics 

electropath'ic 

electrop'athy 

elec'trophone 

electrophysiolog'ica 

electrophysiol'ogist, 

electrophysiol'ogy 

elec'troplate 

elec'troplater^ 
clectropo'larCi-n 
clectropos'itive J 

electro-punc'ture 

elec'troscope 

electroscop'ic 

electrostat'ic 

electrostat'ics 

electrotech'nic U 

electrotech'nical 
electrotech'nics 
elect rotherapeu'tic 

electrotherapeu'tics 
electrother'apeutist 
electrother'aphy 

elec'trotype 
elec'trotyper 
electrotyp'ic 
elec'trotypy 
elec'trum L. 
."elec'tuary 
eleemos'ynacily 

leemos'ynary 

I'egance 

I'egancy .x^. 

I'egant L__ 

regantly "J 

ele'giac .^ 
elegi'acal /, Z_-H 
el 'egi^ st 

el'egize yn 
el'egized /. fc-^ 
el'egizing 

I'egy .^■ 

eremenl (. / 
elemen'lal 

ELEMENTAL //^ 

elemen'talism.-W ' 

ELEMENTALISM 

elemental'ity 

ELEMENTALITY. 

elemen'tally 

ELEMENTALLY 

elemen'tariness fV 

ELEMENTARINESS 

elemen'tary 

ELEMENTARY 
e j'em i ^ 

Eleono'ra . ^^ 
el'ephant \ 
ej epha n'tiac 
elephanti'asis L, 
cicphan'tid 
^lephan'tine 

Elephanti'ne ./'\:^ 

el'ephantoid 

elephanioiaal 

elephan'tous v-'^^ 

Eleusin'ian (» -J 

Eleu'sis 

Eleu'thera .y^' y- 

Eleu'therus /oV/ 

el'evate 

el'evatedness 

eleva'tion 

el'evator 





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/^„ 



ELE\'ATORY 



II : 



EMBRVOGONY 




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eirin 

elfish 

elfishlyi 

clCishness 

eU'land .^-7 

elflock I V/'- 

El'gin 

Eli ^ 

E'lia .'v 

Eli'akim 

Eli'as 
elicit 
elide' 

Elie'zer .^'D"^. 
eligibil'ity /- ^l 
el'igible 

el'igibleness 
cl'igibly 
Elihu 
Eli-jah 
elin.'inable 1 
clim'inant 1 ' 
eliin'inate i 
elimina'tion 1 
elim'inative 1 
clim'inator ] 
elim'inatory ti 
Elinor 

Eliot 

Eliph'alet 

E'lis 

Elis'abeth 

filise' 

Eli'sha 

elision I ^-5 

flite- F..I. 

elix'ir 

Eli'ii /— \ 

Elizabeth J" ). 
Elizabethan 

Eli'zur /"TJ^ 

elk Yv A 

Elk'hart 

ell 

Ell 

El'langowan 

Ellen 

Ellery 

Elliot 

Elliott 



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u'cidatory./ h ./ Lisrsj 

u'cubratc 1 Vy^ 



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r-o r^o 



ellip »s L. 

ellip»oid /TnO /^f. '^/f>^ 



elliptoi'dal 
elliptic 
elliptical 
ellip'tically 

ellipticily y^-. 
Ellij ( \ 

Eriiion r 

Ell>' worthy 

dm 

Elmer 

Elmi'ra 

elm'-tree 

elm'-wood 

El'nathan > — 
flocu'tion C^^^ 
clocu'tionary ^^ 






c 

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c 



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^ 



elocu'tionist 

el'ogist 

elo'gium 

el'ogy 

Elo'him 

El'ohist 

I'ohistic 
elon'gate 
elonga'tion 
elope' 
elope'ment 
elop'er 
el'oquence 
el'oquent 
EI Paso 
El'phinstone 
else 
else' where 

else'whiiher 

Elsinore' 

Elss'ler 

elu'cidate 

elucida'tion 

elu'cidative 

elu'cidator 

el 

el 

elude' 3 

elud'ible 3 

elu'sion 3 

elu'sive 

clu'sivcly 

clu'sivcness 

elu'sorincss ^ 

clu'sory 

elves 

Elvi'ra 

civ'ish 

clv'ishly 

Elwcnd' 

E'ly 

Elyot 

Elysfe' 

Ely'sian 

Ely'stum 

cl'ytrum ./^^ i y"^^^ 
El'zcvir /. U--^ { ^ 
cm 

cma'ciate 
cmacia'tion 
/cm'anant 
cm'anatc 
emana'tion 
em'anative 
em'anativcly 
cm'anatory 
cman'cipatc 
cmancipa'tion 
emancipationist 
cman'cipalor 
eman'cipatory 
Emanuel 
cmas'culate 
cmascula'tion 
cmas'culalory; 
embalm 3 
cmbalm'ing 3 
embalm'mciit 
embank' 

cmbank'mcnl 3 

emljar'^o 

embark' 

cmbarka'tion 

cmbark'mcnt 

cmbar'raftt 




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embar'rassed 
embar'fassing 
embar'rassingly 
embar'rassment 
em'bassy 
embat'lle 
em+>at'tlement 
embed' 
embel'Hsh 
embel'Iished 
embel'lishment 
em'ber . 

embez'zle -r^ y^ 

embez'zled >r— ^ ■""^ I 
— embez'zlement 

embez'zler 

embit'ter 

embit'lercr 

embil'terment 

embla'zon 

embla'zoning 

embla'zoner "^ ^, ' ^. 

mbla'zonmenl ^^J^^^sji 

mbla'zonry 

em'blem 

emblemat'ic 

emblemat'ical 

emblemat'ically' 

em'blement 

cmbod'ier 




d'iment i ^ ^* 
d'y I V^ 



r 

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■Q 



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a. 




y^ embed 
b'» em bod 'y 

'\,.^_^ -cmbold'en 

.xi ■ embold'cner 
I v.j> embolic 

cm'bolism 

cmbolis'ma! 

embolismat'ic , 

embolismat'ical * 

cmbolis'mic 

cm'bolizc 

em'bolized 

embonpoint' F. 

cm'border 

cmbos'om 

emboss' 1 
embossed' i 
cmboss'ing i ' 

cmboss'mcnt 
embouchure' 
embower 

embrace' ^'^"■"^. 

embraced' >o 

cmbracc'mcnt 

embracing 
-^.cmbranch'mcnt 

cmbran'glc 

embran'glcment 

cmbra'surc 

cm'brocade 

em'brocate 

embroca'tion 

embroider 

cmbroid'crcr 

cmbroid'cry 

embroil' 

cmbroircr 

embroiling 

cmbroil'mcnt 

embrown' 3 

cmbrule' 3 

cm'bryo 
— "^ ^-embryogcn'ic 
./"^-^ embryog'cny 

cmbryog'ony 





EMBRYOGRAPHY 



"4 



ENCIRCLE 



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embryog'raphy ' 

embryolog'ic ' 
embryolog'ical 

embryolog'ically -'•"^-~<sr~~~r --^ 
cmbryol'ogist ''^~"^rt --y^u 

embryology 

em'bryon 

em'bryonal 

embryonic 

embryon'ically 

embryot'ic 

embryot'omy 

Em'elihe 

emend' 

EMEND 

emend'able 

EMENDABLE 

emenda'tion 

em'endator 

emend'a 

EMENDATORY 

emend'er "'^^ 

EMENDER ^ 

em'erald 

emerge* 

EMERGE 

emergence 

emer'gency 

EMERGENCY 

emer'gent j 

emer'gently 

eme 

erne 

EMERSION 

Em'erson 

Emerson'ian 



'^■^~-^« xy-Em'met 
X y e mol'lie 



Em'met 

nt , 
emol'ument 
Em'ory 
emo'lion 

EMOTION 

emo'tional 

EMOTIONAL 
cmo'tionalism 

EMOTIONALISM 
emo'lionalist _ . 
EMOTIONALIST 

emotionarity 
emo'tive 
EMOTIVE 
emo'tively 
EMOTIVELY 
em'peror 
em'perorship 
t--i.- -EMPERORSHIP 
[/^ em'pery 

\ >*em'phasis '" " 
■^--s/ ■ em'phasize 
em'phasized 
^ yem'phasizing 
■—^(y emphat'ic 
EMPHATIC 



^" 




cmp'tiest 

emp'tiness 

cmp'ty 

cmp'ty-handed ' 
V— -J empur'ple 

empyr'eal , -s^ 

EMPYREAL 
empyre'an .-^^-^^ 
cmpyreumat'ic 

empyreumat'ical'^ 

Ems 

e'mu I 1 



Tl "^ em'ulale 




■^~J/ .-^ 



r'gently \a y^_ er 

ritus L.-^^'/^v^/ t )/>er 
r'sion ' '.^-^ i 




em'igrant 
emigrate ^ 
emigra'tion 

cmigra'tional 
emigra'iionist 
€migr€' F 

£mile' 

Emilia (geog ) 

Emil'ia 

Em'ily 

E'min 

em'inence 

cm'inency 

em'inent 

cm'incntly 

emir' 

emir'ship 

cm'issary 

cm'issaryship 

emis'sion 

EMISSION 

emissive 

EMISSIVE 

em'issory 

emit' 

EMIT ^-. 

Em'ma 

Emman'uel 

Em'melinc 

em'met 





mphat'ically 
EMPHATICALLY 

emphat'icalness 
em'pire 

City 
, 1 State - 
em'pireship 
EMPIRESHIP 

empir'ic 

empir'ical 

empir'ically 

empir'icism 

empir'icist 

employ' 

I his 

I one 

I one's 

I oneself 

I the 

I their 

u own (see their) 

I theirs 

I them 



mula'tion ^ 
em'ulative 
■em'ulatively 
cm'ulator ^w' 
cm'ulatory 
cm'ulous 
em'ulously.^^ 
em'ulousness 
emul'sify 
i^ emul'sifyingt 
emul'sion 

emul'sive 
emunc'tory ^- 
en 

en F. 
I bloc F. 
I cachette F. 
I famille F i 
I masse F, 
I passant F. 

I rapport F 
I regie F. 
I route F. 

enable ""-j^ 

enact' 3 ^ 

enact'ive 

enact'ment 3 
enact'or 3 ,^^^_^ 
enam'el 
enam'eler 
enam'or .^^jT" 
enam'oring 

enam'orment 
encamp' 3 ^^^ 
encamped' 3 
encamp'ing 3 
encamp'ment 
encaus'tic 



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II that (sef them) ""^i '~\ ^ \ enceinte' F 

1 themselves / / / encephal'ic "), 

I this ( (qi Qjencephalit'ic 

II one (see this) 
I us 



"\ ^^~\'~'\ encephali'tis^^ ^■ 
N> N^enceph'aloid -Vj^ \^ 



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t you 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 
I yourself 

cmploy'able 
employ^' F 

*''";;> employ'edness 
employee' 

EMPLOYEE 

employ'er 

employ'ment 

cmpoi'son 

cmpoi'soning 

empo'rium 

cmpow'er3 

em'press 

cmp'ticd 

emp'tier 




encephalol'ogy 
encephalo'ma 
enceph'alon 
encephalot'omy 

enchain' "^-^ 

enchain'ment J* 

ENCHAINMENT 

enchant' 
enchant'er ^""i^ 
ENCHANTER 

enchant'ingly 

e n chant' ment*^"i^ 

ENCHANTMENT f 

^ enchant'ress 

ENCHANTRESS, 

cnchirid'ron 

encho'rial 
cnchoris'tic ' 
cncir'cle 




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EXCKE 



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T'T" 



cncomias tic 
ENCOMIASTIC 

cncomias'lical 
encomias'tically 
enco'mium ••--:-^— f 

cncom'pass 

encom'passed 

encom'passing* 

cncom'passment 

encore' F. 

cncoun'ier 

cncoun'icref 

encou 

cncour age 

encour'ager 

cncour'agingly 

encroach' 

cncroftch'cr 

encroach'ingly 

encroach'me 

encum'bcr 

cncum'beringly ^-^-^ 

cncum'brance 

encumbrancer 

encyc'Uc 

encyc'lical 

encyclope'dia ****-^ 

encyclopcdiacal 

encyclopc die 




I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 

cnd'able 
endan'gef ^^ ' 

ENDANGER \^ 

JNDANCERMENT t_^ U I 

I endear' /^ / 

endeared' 
endear'edly """^ 

ndear'edness 
endear'ingly 
endear'me 
endeav'or 
I to be 
.endeav'orer 
i.-'x endem'ic 
\ «ndem'icat 
^^ endem'ically 
endemiorogy 

ender'mic 
cnder'mically 
"lEn'dicolt 



cndur'ingncss J 

.endways 

end'wise 




r'age ^^.iS^ v,_5-t^^^^j-»-o ending 
r'agemcnt / A / en'dive 



end'less 
end'lessly 
endlessness 
cnd'long 



\end'man 
cnd'men 



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encyclopcd'ical 
encyclope'dism 
encyclopedist 
encyst' i 

encyst'ed t 
encyjfment I ^.^ 
end T^ 

I a-an-and 

I another -. ^ 

none (see another) 




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ENDMEN 
end'most 
endocar'diac 
endocar'dial 

cndocardit'ic 
endocardi'tis L 
cndocar'dium L, 
cn'docarp 
cndog'amous 
endog'amy 

cndogastri'tis 
's-.iiPcn'dogcn 
\ cndog'enous 
endog'cnously 
cndomclri'tis 
endomc'trium 

En'dor v-:-^ 

ndorse' j 

endorsee' 




X 





I her endorsc'ment .^^ "-^ ""^ 

iiOwn(seeher)„ _. ..cndors'cr ^ ^ J." 

I hers ^N^ ^N ^. cndoskel'elon ^\ ^"H 

■ ••■- en'dosmosc ^-^■" ^^~ ~^~ 

(seehlsXj, ,j^^_^... ..endosmo'sis ^ J-jg. J-^ — 

I cndosmot'ic ^ 1 

I 



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I his 

II own 
I it 

I its 

II own (see Its). 
I of the world 

I several 

II other (see several). 

I such. 

II a (see |vch) 

I that _^ 

II ■'-■lich (see that) £ 

I the 

II mailer (cp. take-the)^ 
I them 

M thai (lee them) 
I themselves . . 

I this 

II one (see ihrs) 
■ "1 , 

I which ^ 




endosmot'ically 

endow' 

ENDOW 

endow'er 

endow'ment 

ENDOWMENT 

endue' 

ENDUE 

cndue'ment 



n 






ENDUEMENT *^-^ '^.l^ ' ^"I 
cndurabil'ily 3 U? /I-V ^ 

cndur'ablc j > x^ 






cndur'ablcness J -j^ ^-*-^ ^-^l 
endur'ably3 ^ K °' 

endur'ance 3 ^'^_P \ 

endure' 3 -^-^-^ "^'1 
endur'er 3 ^ x. 



I endur'ingly 3 



Ene'as 

en'ema 

enem'ata 

en'emy 

ENEMY 

encrget'ic n^,:,^ 

energet'ical 

energet'ically 

energet'icalness 

energet'ics 

ener'gic "^^^Hy* 
cner'gical / ._ 
en'ergize 
en'ergized "^^-^ 

en'ergizer C"^ 
en'ergizing 

en'ergy '^• 

enervate / 

cncrva'tion 

enfee'ble 

enfee'blemenl 

cnfec'bler 

enfee'bling 

enfeoff' 

enfeoffing 

enfeoffment 

enfel'ter 

enfet'tered 

En'field ^ 

enfilade' 

enforce' 

enforce'able 

ENFORCEABLE 

enforced* 

cnfor'ccdly ' 
enforce'menl 
cnforc'er 

cnfran'chise 
cnfran'chised 
enfran'chisen 
cnfran'chiser . 
Engadinc' 
ngagc' 
cnga'gednes3 
engagc'menl ' 
engager 
cnga'gingly ** 
enga'gingness 
Engc'di 

engen'dcr "-^ 
engen*dcred^__ 
cngcn'dcrer 

engen'dering ' 
Enghien' 
en'ginc 
engineer' '^^' 

cnginecr'ing -/, 

cn'gine-house 

cn'ginc-Iathc -^-W* /V ^^- "^ 

cn'gine-room (/** n </ ' 

en'ginc-turped 

cn'gine-turning^ 

engirdle 

engir'dled 

Eng'land 

KNOLAND 

English 

ENGLISH 
coant 
history 



'-^ 




V. 



^^ ...O^ 



^ ^. 






ENGLISH KING 



ii6 



ENTITLE 



I nation 
I navy 

I nobility s^ 
Englishism .<;;;;>v 
Eng'lishman 

ENGMSHMAN^^ ^ 
Eng'lishmen ->^ 
ENGLISHMEN 
Eng'Iishry ^^ — < — 0- 
Eng'iishwoman ^ 

ENGLISHWOMAN 

Englishwomen 

ENGLISHWOMEN 

engorge' 
engorge'ment 
engrave' 
engrav'er 

engross' 

engrossed 

engross'ing 

engross') ng-hand 

engross'ment 

engulf 

engulf'ment 

enhance 

enhanced' 

enhance'ment 

enharmon'ic 

enharmon'ical 

enharmon'ically 

E'nid 

enig'ma 

enigmat'ic 

enigmat'ical 

enigmat'ically 

enig'matisl 

enig'matize 

enig'malized 

enig'matizing.' 

enjoin' 

enjoy' i 

enjoy'able i -^-^z 

enjoy'ableness x </ 

enjoy'er i 

enjoy'ment I 
enkin'dle 
enkin'dled 
enlarge' ^ 

ENLARGE-D^^/ 

enlarg'edly 

ENLARGEDLY 



>.^ N.^ ^-^ ennui' F. 

^^^ <i> ^ ennuy€' I 

V^ennuyce' 



F. 
F. 
F. 

E'noch 
enor'mity ^ 
enor'mous ' 
>^ enor'mously 
^4^ e 



'r -y 



i^i-^^Tb 








nor mousnessji- 
E'nos 

enough' 5 — ^ 
enounce' i y 
enounced' i 
enounce'ment i 

nounc'ing i .; , 

enrage' 

'enrap'ture 
enrich' i 
enrich'er i 

enrich'ment i 
enrobe' 
enrobe'menl 
enroll' 
enrolled' '" 
"enroll'er 
'.enroU'ing 
enroll'menf 
ensan'guine 

ENSANGUINE-D 

sconce' i 
ensconced' i 
ensem'ble F. 
enshrine' i 
enshroud' 

— en'siform 
en'sign 
en'sign-bearer 

'^ en'signcy 
en'signship 

ENSIGNSHIP 

rAcn'silage 
en'sile 
en'siled 

enslave' /-i 

enslav'edness ti* ^ — .i 
enslave'ment 

enslav'er /^^^ 
enslav'ing ^* ^ 
ensnare' 
■ ensue' 3 
ensued' 3 
entablature 
entail' 



II which (see that) _^ 

I the ""*-^^^ 

II matter (cp/take the) 

I them 

I this _^ 

II one (see this] 
I upon 

J p II a (see upon) 

' i us 

I which 

I your ^ 

II 0vvn(sce your 

^^^1 yours 

en'tered 

enter'ic 

en'tering 

enterit'ic 

enteri'tis L. 

enter'ocele 

enterog'raphy 

enterol'ogy 

enterot'omy 

en'terprise 

ENTERPRISE 

en'terprising w 

ENTERPRISING 
en'terprisingly 

ENTERPRISINGLY 

entertain' 

ENTERTAIN 

entertainer 

ENTERTAINER 
entcrtain'ingly 

ENTERTAININGLY 

entcrtain'ingness 

ENTERTAININGNESS 

entertain'ment 

ENTERTAINMENT 




^^.^ ensue 3 ^^ 

.Ttrrt X^ ' ensued' 3 M 

/ entab'lati 

tNLAKUtuLY ^. entail' --^^-y^ 

enlarg'edness ....""rr:^, ,^^ ^-r^ .>T:-^-_..ent2irer r 
ENLARGEDNESS ^ C_Pentairing 

enlarge'ment --4 ^^ entail'ment 

ENLARGEMENT^^ ...^r^r. ^ / cntan'gle 



enlarg'er 

enlight'en C^ 
enlight'ener ^J 
enlight'enment 

ENLIGHTENMENT 

enlist' I 
enlisted 1 

enlist'ment --^. 

ENLISTMENT ^ 

enliv'en 

enliv'cner 

enliv'enment 

enmesh' 

enmesh'ment 

en'mity 

En'nius 

enno'blc 

enno'blemeni 

enno'bler 



■^ 



O-1 C:--i entente 

''i^ ^1^ enter 





entan'glement 
F. 



I a-an-and 

I another 

II one (see another' 

I her^^^,,^^.,,,^^ 

II own (see her) 
I hers 

I his 

II own (see his) 

I into 

II a (see intoj 

I it 

I its _^ 

II own (see its' 

I such 

II a (see such) 
I that 



ENTITLE A 



117 



EPITHETICAL 



I a-an-and ^ — 1 

I his ^ 

II client (sec his) L 
I the — ^ 

I their A 

II own (see their) {, 
I them 
I us 
I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 

entity ^^ 

cntogas'tric ) 
entoglos'sal 
entomb' 3 
-cntomb'ing 3 
enlomb'meni 3 
cnlomolog'ic 

entomological-^^ >y-~ 
entomolog'icaily \^~U / 
c n tomol' ogisTj^ 
cniomol'ogizei 




en vier 

cn'vious 

cn'viously 

en'viousncss 

envi'ron 

envi'ronment 

environmen'tal 

ENVIRONMENTAL-LY 

cnvironmen'tally 

envi'rons~"~My 
en'voy ^— ^ 

cn'voyship 

cn'vy 




ntomol'ogized t-V^ ^ — Ju^ ^ 



cntomol'ogizing ' ^-=-1 x^' co2o'ic 



entomology -^_ ^7, \ 

entophyte ^p"^ 41^ 

cniophyt'ic 

Entozo a L 

entozc'ic 

entozo'on L J-^ ti- 



1- 



enir actc F 

cn'irails 

cntram'mcl 

cni/ance (n) 

entrance 

entrance 

en'irance-hall 

cntrance'menl 

ENTRA.NCEMENT 

entrap' 

entreat' 

enircat'cr *~-^' 
cnlrcai'ingly 
cntrcal'y 
entree' F. 
entremets' P. 
entrepot' F. 
er.tresor F. 
cn'try 
en'tryway 
entwine' 
cntwinc'm 

cnu'merablc 

ENUMERABLE 

cnu'mcrate 

ENUMERATE 

cnumera'tion 

ENUMERATION 

:.blc 



Eo2o'on 
e'pact 
_ ep'arch 
ep'archy 
cp'aulet 

Lepaul'ment 
cpergne' 
ephcm'era L. 
cphem'crae L. 
Lcphem'cral 
ephcmeral'ity 

* (v.),,.^^ -^^ --^ ^cphemer'idcs 
d' J. fl. c.''-^' ephcm'eris 

Ephc'sian 

Eph'csus 

cph'od 

^cph'or 

eph'oral 

eph'oralty 

eph'oratc 

E'phraim 

ep'iblast 

epiblas'tic 



epidcmiorogy 

epi4er'mal 

epidcrmat'ic "" 

epider'mic 

epider'mis 

epidermiza'tion 

epigas'tric 

epigas'triuni 

epigloi'tic 

epiglol'tis 

ep'igram 

epigrammat'ici 

epigram mal'ical 

epigrammat'ically 

epigrarn'malism 

epigram'matist 

epigram'matize 

epigram'matizcd 

epigram'matizef 

epigram 'matizing' 

epigraph 

epigraph'ic 

epigraph'ical 

epigraph'ically 

epi'graphist 
^ep'ilepsy.^ y 
epilep'tic N — r 
cpilep'tical 
epilep'tically . ^^ 
cpilep'tiform\/^'^ 





I _ epilep'toid 
•V/T^cpilog'ic 




1' 1' I' Epjs'copal .- 

X, / ^, /l '^~^' EPISCOPAL 

O^ <^ ' 1 Church 



epilog'ical^ ''j 
epilogistic-i ^^r_: 
ep'ilogue v B 
piph'any 

bepiph'yses L. 
cpiph'ysis L. 
Epi'rus 
epis'copacy- 
EPISCOPACY 
epis'copal 
Epis'copal .*<, 



Kz-'NZ: 



cp IC 
cp'ical 
cp'ically 
cpicar'dial < 
cpicar'dium • 
ep'icarp 




ep icure 

cpicurc'an 

epicurc'anism 



I 



I i.ihle /\./^K. epicurism <^ 

■ AOLE'__/^ i/y\i^_;/'ep'icurize 
.,,tc I ^ — ' I ep'icurizcd 

O ep'icurizi 

i^y^ S..j»^«_A / Epicu'rui 
, I ^-1 ^' ep icycle 



cnuncta tion 

cnim'cinttvc 



-: .■ .i-.ry. 

c:. - '-\ cpmeni 

cnven'om 

cnven'oming 

'■■■■- ' >nc»i 



icurizing 
'rus 
p icycli 
epicyc'lic 




episcopalian 

cpiscopa'lianism" 

EPISCOPALIANISM 

epis'copalism. 

epis'copally 

EPISCOPALLY 

cpis'copate 

cp'isodc 

piso'dial . 
episodic 
'sod'ical 
sod'ically 
epis'tle 
"cpis' 
epis' 

pis'tolary 
^EPISTOLARY 
cpistol'ic 




>v 



epicene X X N. *P' 

Epictc'tianN<f_^ 'N \_^ episoa ical J-o _v 

Epicte'i'is [j ^V episod'ically [ I 

"^ ■ llcr-V" -V"^- VT 

tolar Y \ 



epis'iotlzer .< '\„ 

£pistolograph'icS(x,^j,/'65^ 
cpiblolog'raphy K/^l^^ 



c he < \ X 'P "^P" ^ 

"cloid ^./ \. ^ '\ cpilliala'miun 

"lie ■ a'T \,i ^ epilhc lial 



A^ V^- 



' , '■ in'ical 
cpidcm'ically 
cpidcmiof^'raphy I 
ical 



,.L,y 



U/7 v 



-f 



cpithclio'ma L. 
cpilhc'Iium N, 
cpith'csis L * 
cp'ithct -y^^^ 
epilhct'ic ^ 
epithct'ical C" 





EPITOME 



ii8 



ESCAPADE 



epit'ome . 

epit'omist *'''^^ 

epit'omize 

epit'omized . 
epit'omizer*"\.^-^ 
cpizobl'ic ^ 

ep'och V 

cp'ochal "N 

ep'och-making 

ep'ode \/ 
epod'ic ^ 
ep'onym j 

epon'ymaUv 
cponym'ic \__j 
epon'ymisl 

epon'ymous*' 
epon'ymy 
epopee* 
epos >^ 
epsi'Ion *\> 
Ep'som 
Ep'stein v 
equabil'ity ^vp 
e'quable • Jv 
e'quableness^ ^ 
e'quably 
e'qual • 

e'quahng z"^' 

equal'ity -C^ 

equaliza'tion. 

e'qualize ~7^ 
e'qualized .^^ 
equalizer , 
e'qualizing S=^ 
e'qually ■<i:_^ 
e'qualness • 
equanim'ity ^^ 
equan'imous 
equa'tion 

equa'tional , ^ 

equa'ior C _> 

equalo'rial ' 

equato'rially ^ — ^ 
eq'uerry 

eques'lrian , 

eques'trianisrfi ^^ 
EQUESTRIANISM 

equestrienne' • 
e'quiangled . 

equian'gularC ^ 

equidif'ferent 
equidis'tally 
equidis'tance 
equidis'tant 

equidis'lantly 

e'quiform q 

e'qui formal^ |' 
equiform'iiy^ ^. 
equilat'erali' 
equilat'erall'y 

equili'brant 

equili'brate 

equilibra'tion 

equili'bratory 

equilib'rial 

cquili'brism" 

equil'ibrist 

equilibriu 

equinoc'tial 

equinoc'tially 

equinox 

equip' 



-\ 






equipol'Ience 
J equipol'Ient 
equipol'lently 
cquipon'derance' 
equipon'derancy 
EQUIPONDERANCY 

equipon'derani 
..equipoten'tial 

EQUIPOTENTI 

e'quisonance 

e'quisonant 

eq'uitable 

eq'uilableness 
-^eq'uitably 

equita'tion 

eq'uites L. 
. eq'uity 

^1 term 

equiv'alence • 

equiv'alency 

EQUIVALENCY 

equiv'alent 

equiv'alently 

equiv'ocal 
■ equiv'ocally 

equiv'ocalness 

equiv'ocate 

equivocation 

equiv'ocator^ 

equiv'ocatory 

eq'uivoke 
\ e'quus L. 

e'ra 

ERA ~^ 

erad'icable 

eradicate 

eradica'tion yx 

erad'icative*/'^.! D 

^ Erard* 
' eras'able 

ERASABLE 

erase* 

erased' r^ 
, eras'er \i 
Eras'mian 

Eras'mus 
^Eras'tian 
Eras'tianism 

Eras'tus 
, era'sure 
Erck'mann 



eructa'tion 

er'udite 

er'udiiely 

er'uditeness 

erudi'tion 

erupt' 

erup'tion y's. 

erup'tional*/^ '^O •■ 

erup'iive 

Er'vin v/i' 

£r'win / V^ 

erysip'elas 

erysipel'atold 

crysipel'atous 

erysip'elous 



erythe'ma L. -y" I 
erythemat'ic r^- — >' 
erythem'atoid 
erythem'atous 
Erze'rum 
Esarhad'don 
E'sau "Y 

escalade* / 
cscalader 
escaU'op \ x-^x 

escap*able 1 (^ \ 

escapade' ' 




^^ 




ESCAPE 



119 



ETHELFLEDA 



escape 

I his 

II own (see his) 

I it 
I its 
I that 
■ the 

I their 

II own (see their) 
I theirs 
I them 
I this 
I us 

I you 
i your 

II own (see your)\ \ 
I yours I L^ 

escape'ment \ 

escaper n \ C\\(, 

escape -valve /_r^Z_lfV£i_ 





eschatolog'ic \^/^' \ V^' ^ /I 
eschalolORicalZ_/,/L_.L(/ '^g 
eschatol'ogist 



eschatol'ogy n /^ 
escheat- Zl/V 

eschcat'able 
escheat'age 
escheat'or 
escheat'orship 
eschew' 3 
eschew'al 3 
eschew'ance 
eschew'er 
esclan'dre F. 
Escobar" 

) 



"(n) 
r (v.) 





es'cort ( 

escort' 

escritoire' 

es'culent \ « \ > 

Escu'rial L-T 2 /i/ 

escutcheon 

Es'dras 

ej'erine 

Es'kimauan 

Es'kimo 

Esmeral'da 

Es'mond 

esophag'eal' 
esophag'ean 
esophagus 

esotcr'ic 

etolcr'ical 

esoter'ically 

etolcr'icism 

esoterics 

ct'oteritt 

Espano'ta 

etpc'ciat 

eSPECIAL-LY 

especially 

espe'cialncts 

r.&PECIALNESS 

cspi'al I 

espied' I 

espieglerie 

espicr I 

es'pionage 

esplanade' 

cspous'al 

espouse' - ^ 

espoused' ^"/"^ 



V 





espouse'ment 

espous'er 

espous'ing 

espressi'vo It. \ 
esprit' F. '' 

espy' I 
Es'quiline \ ^ 

Es'quimalt z f. 

esquire' ^ 
essay (n.) 
ESSAY (n.) 
essay' (v.) 

ESSAY (v.) 

essayed' 

essay'er 

ESSAYER 

es'sayish 

es'sayist 

essayis'tic 

Essen 

es'sence 

Essene' 

Esse'nian 

Esse'nism 

csscn'tial 

ESSENTIAL 

I character 

I difference 

I distinction 

I diversity 

I form 

I property 
essentiality 
essen'tially 
ESSENTIALLY 

I different 

I distinct 
I diverse 
essen'tialness 

ESSENTIALNESS 

Essex 

estab'lish 

ESTABLISH 
I his 

■I own (see his) 
I it 

I its ^ 

II own (see its) \ 

I several | 

II other (see several) 

I some 

II one (see some) 

I some" 

II else ( 

I something 

II el5e(sce something) 

I such 

II a (see such) 

I that 

II which (sec that) 

I the 

II matter (cp. takc-th 
heir 

II own (see their) 
theirs ) 

Ihem \, 

I themselves J 
I there 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I us 
I you 

I your 

II own 
I yours 




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y 


Y 


i 


> 


> 


3" 


L. 


h^ 



l^ L.'U 



\-^\ ^ N esti 

■) J L^ L^ esli 

^-^-^ I es'ti 

\ \ C— <,-^'^^ estivation 

L^ L^ J' «s'''ve 

Ij— ^ [^ estop 

L^L.^ estop-pe. 



estab'Iished 

ESTABLISHED ■ 
I church 

estab'lisher 
cstab'hshment 
ESTABLISHMENT ' 
Estaing' n 

estate' 'J 

,esteem' |^ 

esteem'er 
csteem'ing ^i*— 
EsterhS'zy 
Es'ther \ 
csthe'sia .] 
esthe'sis / 
es'thete \ 

csthet'ic / 
csthet'ical (* 
esthet'ically j - 
cstheti'cian . 
esthet'icism f 

csthet'icize J 
csthet'icized i 
csthel'icizing 

esthetics >* 
-Estho'nia ') 

Estho'nianf 

cs'timable .1* 

es'timableness 

es'limably 

es'timate 

cstima'tion 

estimative 

es'timalor 
val 
tivate 



i^ 



■^ 



L 



V vv^t 



estovers ^ 
"S/^estrade' '\ 
estrange' 
estrangedness 
strangc'mcnt 
estray' \ 

Estremadu'ra i 
es'tuarine 1 




es'tuary 
; cetera L. 



(see some) ^^ V e'tacism i 

body i J jV^ e'tacist ^j~^ 

see somebody)^— ^V-^^y-Velag«re' F. 

/ 






c)l\ ).' I life 
N>\_\^elern 



etch 
etcher 
etcr'nal 
ETERNAL 

I damnation 

I death 

I destruction 



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ally. 



ETERNALLY 
ctcr'nity 

ETERNITY 

ctcrniza'tion'H 



> 



) \ etcr'nizc 

\, \ ctcr'nized 

/ V- ctcr'nizin 



? 



8 • 

Ethan 

Ethel 

Elh'clbnid 

Ethclbcrt 

Eihclflcda 



ETHELFRITII 



I20 



EVANGELIST 



Eth'elfrith / 
Eth'ehnd \ 
Ethelin'da 

Eth'elred 
e'ther i P 
ethe'real v- 
ethe'realism 
ethereality 
etherealiza'tion 

ethe'realize 

ethe'realized 

ethe'realizing 

ethe'really 

ethe'iealness 

ethe'reous 

e'theric i -fN- 

ether'ical 1 

etherifica'tion 

ETHERIFICATION^ 
e'theriform i 
e'lherify i 

e'therifying i 
e'therism i 
e'therize i 
e'therized i • 
e'therizer i < 
eth'ic 

eth'ical /■ 

eth'ically ^ 
eth'icist 
eth'icize /• 
eth'icized 'V^ 
eth'ics J^ 

E'thiop V 
Ethiopia \ 
Ethiopian 

Ethiop'ic 

ethmocra'nial 

ethmofront'al 

eth'moid / / ^ 

ethmoid'al WA-— / / 

ethmolac'rymal 

ethmomax'illary 

ethmonasal ■ ' 

ethmopal'atal 

eth'mose 

ethmosphe'noid 

ethmotur'binal 

ethmovom'erine 

eth'nic '' 

elh'nical 

ethnically /• 

ethnogen'ic'\,___^ 

ethnog'eny 

ethnog'rapher 

ethnographic 

elhnograph'ical' 

ethnograph'ically' 

ethnog'raphist 

elhnog'raphy 

ethnoroger /■ ' 
ethnolog'ic ,';* ^ 
ethnolog'ical | / 

ethnolog'ically 
ethnorogist 
ethnology 
ctholog'ic 
etholog'ical J-/^' 
ethorogist ^^^ — 

ethol'ogy '/^ 
eth'yl VV 
eth'ylate 
ethyl'ic '/-^^ 
et'iquette v*. 
Et'na 



■Ql. 



•b 



E'ton •!- 
Eto'nian J 
Eftrick 

Etru'ria -n \ 

Etru'rian L^ 

Etrus'can 
■/• ^- etude' F, 
L<2. Stui F. 

etymol'oger 

y y' etymologic i- y-y- I 

\/;^^^etymoIog'icarL-p-/^Z 

etymolog'icaHy 
*/■ ^etymologist i- ^- i- ^ ^ 
L^ etymologize L—y^^ ''---jY,^ 



•r -u^ 



euphor'bia L.<- 
Euphor'bus 
Euphra'sia 
Euphra'tean < 




etymologize 

etymol'ogized 

etymol'ogizing 



fj) _, Euphra'tes 

" Euphro'eyne 

Euphues 
eu'phuism 
eu'phuist 

euphuis'tic m "-l 

I- ^-y. euphuistically v^ V- / 

L-p/y eu'phuize ^ — ^^ — '• 

Eura sia ^) ^iT) y) 

Eura'sian /v-O^ /v<>^ r,yZ^ 



[^_/^vEurasiat'ic 
tymol'ogizingr /^ v L-y- eure'ka y 

tymol'ogy L — --^^l^^fy^ — -^fX Eurip'idesn^: 
t'ymon ' ' V ^Euro'pa 








< 
■I 



•0 
■L. 



y 

Euboe'a '-^^ 

Eubce'an }\ 
eucalyp'tol 

eucalyp'tus 

eu'charist 

eucharis'tic 

eucharts'tical 

eu'chre 3 <^ ' 

Eu'clid 

Euclid'ian 

cu'crasy 

Eudo'cia 

Eudo'ra 'i_^-^. 
Eudox'ia-U^ 

Eugene' 
Euge'nia 
Eugenie'^- 
Eugenius 

euhe'merist y-^ ^jT 

/euhemeris'tic 6^-^-../^ 

euhemeris'tically p-^ 

euhe'merize ^ o y^ ^^ 
euhe'merized/^-^-w^ >^-,^ 
Eula'tia 

Eu'lenspiegel, 
Eu'ler A 

tu'logist 

eulogis'tic /^7l_ /^ 
eulogistic/ (} A J- — 
eulogistical 

EU LOGISTIC AL-LY^ 

eulogis'tically J J ^J 
eulo'gium 

^u^i^ii-d A" A' At. 

eu'logizing 

eu'logy 
'Eu'nice 
eu'nuch 
eupep'sia 
eupep'tic 
Euphe'mia 
'eu'phemism 
euphemis'lic 
euphemis'tical 

cuphemis'tically 

eu'phemize 

eu'phemized 

euphon'ic ' 

euphon'ical 

eupho'nious 

eupho'niousl 

cu'phonize 

eu'phor.ized 

eu'phonizin; 
eu'phonous 
cu'phony 



pa 

Europa'sian /^\, 
Eu'rope o/^ >. 
Europe'an ^ 



•J?- Europc'anism 




{/^ 




Europcaniza'tion'^ 

Europe'anize 

Europe'anized 

Europe'anizing'-^N 

Eu'rus 

Euryan'the * 
Euryd'ice r^ 
Euse'bian 

Euse'bius • 
Eustace & 
Eusta'chian* 
Eusta'chio 
Eu'stis *_!_ 
Eu'taw 

Eutcr'pe "^ 
Euter'pean — ^ 
euthana'sia 
Eux'inc 
evac'uant 3 f\- 
evac'uate 3 
evacua'tion 3- 
evac'uative 3 
evac'uator 3 

evade' 

evad'ing *^ 

Evad'ne 

Ev'an 

Evand'er 

evanesce' 

evanesced' 

evanes'cence 

evanes'cent 

evanes'cently 

evanes'cible ■ 

evanes'cing 

evan'gel 

EVANGEL 

evangel'ian 
evangel'ic • 

EVANGELIC 

evangel'ical 

EVANGELICAL 

evangericalism./2_V 
evangel'ically <L 

EVANGELICALLY-/1. 

evangel icaln ess <^ ' 

EVANGELIC ALNESS 

evangel'icism 

evangelic'ity 

Evan'geline 

evan'gelism' 

evan'gelist 

EVANGELIST 



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EVANGELISTIC 



121 



EVICTOR 




evangclis'tic 

EVANGELISTIC 

evangeliza'tion 

EVANGELIZATION 

cvan'gelize 

EVANGELIZE 

cvan'gclizcd • 

EVANGELIZED 

Ev'ans 

Ev'anslon 

Ev'ansviUc 

evap'oratc 

evap'orating 

evap'oratingH 

cvap'orating-p; 

cvapora'tion V^^ 

cvap'oraljvc*! ^^^^ 

cvap'orator ^-s,/ 

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cva'sion "^ 

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eva'sivcly 

eva'sivcness 

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I yours 

Ev'erard 
ev'er-bloomer 

VERBLOOMER 
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Ev'erett 
ev'erglade 

EVERGLADE 

cv'crgrecn 

EVERGREEN 

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said 
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c'vcn-mindcd i 
c'vcnmindcdiy 
c'vcnncss i 
c'vcnsong i 
event' 
event'ful 

EVENTFUL 

c'ventidc X 
eventless 
even'tual .i 
evcntual'ity V^ 
cvcn'tually ^/^ 
evcn'tuate -i 
eventua'tion > — ^ 
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EVERLASTINGNESS V^ ^ 

evermore _./ . i 

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cvict'or 






EVIDENCE 



122 



EXCEPTION TAKEN 



ev'idence 

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ev'idenced 
ev'idencing •' 
ev'ident 
evidcn'tial 
eviden'tially 
eviden'tiary 

ev'identlK 

evil I .C^_ 

1 disposition f 

I effect 



I heart 




I tempore L. 
exac'erbate, 
exacerba'tion 
exacerbes'cence 
exact' 

I day 

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I knowledge 

measure 
I place 

I sum a_ 

I time \^ 

\^ V^ exact'er 
I habit ^ _5^_exact'ingly. 




I person 
I world 
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e'vil-doer i • 
e'vil-eycd i 

e'vil-favored 
e'villy I 'P' 

e'vil-minded i V_ 
e'vil-mindedness i 

e'vilness i 
evince' i 
evinced' i 
evince'ment i 
evin'cible i 
EVINCIBLE-Y 

evin'cibly i . 

evis'cerate 

evis'c^rating 

cviscera'tion»| 

ev'ocable 

evoca'tion 

evo'cative • 
evoke' 
evoked' 
ev'olute 1^ 
evolu'tion V_/^ 
evolu'tional 

evolu'tionary 

evolu'tionism 

EVOLUTIONISM 

evolu'tiunist 

evolutionis'tic 

ev'olutive 

evolv'able, 

evolve' 

evolve'ment 

evolv'er •i'' /"'^^ 
evolv'ing vy ' *l 
Ew an 
ewe 3 

ewe'-neck 3 
ewe'-necked 3 
ew^er 3 
Ew'ing 
ex L 

I animo L. 

I cathedra L 

I curia L. 

I facie L.. 

I libris L. 

I necessitate L 



exact mgness 
exac'tion 
exact'itude 
exact'ly 

exact'ness 

exact'er 

exag'gerate 

I his 

II own (see h: 
I it 




exanthematd'ogy 

exanthem'atous - 

exanthe'sis L. 

ex'arch 

ex'archatc_j_^ 

exas'perate 

exas'perating- 

exaspera'tion 

Excal'ibur 




ex'cavate _. 

ex'cavating 
excava'tion 



ex cavator 

exceed' 

exceed'er 

excetd'ingly ■ 

excel' 

ex'cellence 



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llency 
EXCELLENCY. 

ex'cellsnt 



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•^ —-■— — 




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I the /^ /^ 

II matter (cp. take-the)/ 
I them —T* —f 



excel'sior L 
except' _^ 

I he 

I him 

I himself 
~^his 

II own (see his) 



l^f // I it: 

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I this 

iVone (see this) 
exag'geratedly -^ ~^ _ -H^O 
^xag'geratingly ■^^1/'^ •^'^/^' ^ ' 



cxaggera'tion 
exag'gerative 
exaj 
exag'gerator 



-H= -V 



exag geratory 

_ 1 exalt' 

Lexalta'tion 

"1 /^ (, /w exalt'edly 
•V^^ '^ -VJ exalt'edne 

exalt'er 



g'geratively./Vl l<'\ / 
e'eerator ^ ^^- 







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II rei 

I officio L. 

I parte L. 

II testimony 
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examinabil'ity 

exam'inable 

EXAMINABLE-ILITY 

exam'inant 

examina'tion 

examina'tional 

examina'tion-paper 

exam'ine 

I a-an-and * 

I another 
' II one (see another) 

I his 

I into 

II a (see into) 
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I its 

II own (see its) 
I the 

matter (cp. take-the) 
I us 
examinee 
exam'iner 
exam'inership 
EXAMINERSHIP 
/lexam'iningly 
lexam'ple 
EXAMPLE 
exanthe'ma L, 
exanthem'ata L, 
exanlhemat'ic 




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own (see its) 

I one p 

I one's ^^.^ 

I oneself 

I our 

II own (see our)" 

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II other (see several) 

I some 

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I somebody 

II else (see somebody) 

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II else (see somethi ng)^ 

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II a (see such) 
that 

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I they 

II have (see they)" 

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I which ' ^ 

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II have (see you)' 

I your 

II own (see yo ur) 
I yours 
I yourself 

except'er 
excep'tion" 
I taken 



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EXCEPTIONABLE 



123 



EXHALABLE 



cxcep'lionable 

cxcep'tionablenes^ 

EXCEPTIONABLE- 

cxcep'tionably t^^?^ 

EXCEPTIONABLY 

cxcep'tional 

exceptional'ity 

exceptionally 

excep'tionalness 

cxcep'tionless 

cxcep'tive 

cxcept'or 

excerpt' 

excerpt'ive 

excerpt'or 

excess' 

excess'ive _i_0 
excess'ively 

excess'ivencss 
exchange' 

EXCHANGED 

exchangeabil'ity 

EXCHANGEABILITY^ 

exchange'able 

EXCHANGEABLE-Y 

cxchange'ably 

cxchang'cr 

EXCHANGER 

cxchcq'uer — 7^ 

EXCHEQ 

excis'able 

EXCISABLE 

excise' i 
excised' 

excise'ma 
cxcisc'men 

EXCISEMEN 

excis'ing i 

exci'sion 1 

excitabil'ity-H^ 

excitable ^l> 

excit'ant 

cxc 

cxc 

cx'citator 

excit'atory 

excite' 

excitedly 

cxcite'ment 

excit'ingly 

exclaim' 

EXCLAIM 
cxclaim'er 

EXCLAIMER 

cxclaim'ing 

EXCLAIMING 

exclamation 

EXCLAMATION 

exclam'alive 

EXCLAMATIVE 

exclam'ativcly . ^ 

EXCLAMATIVELY~ 

cxclam'atorily 

EXCLAMATORILY 

exclam'a!ory^_ 

EXCLAMATORY 

exclude' 
I a'an^and — ^-c 

I her ' 

II own (sec her) 
I hers ^-^^ 
I him ^N 

I his 

II own (sec his) 
I it 






excur siveness 
excus'able- 

excus'ableness 



excus'ably — 

excus'atory 

excuse' 




ita'tion — H^ 
it'ative \J 




I Its 
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II that (see them) — c_ «^ — ^ ex'eat L. _ 

I themselves ( ( ^ ex'ecrable 

I this \ ex'ecrableness- 

II one (see this) — e^ — c- — e*> ex'ecrably 

ex'ecrate 
execra'tion 
ex'ecrat: ve - ^-^ 
ex'ecratively 
ex'ecratory 
ex'ecutable . *_ . 
exec'ulant 

ex'ecule 
ex'ecuter . ■ ■ 0' 
execution " ^„ 

xecu'tioner 
xec'utive 
I committee 
exec'utively — "^ 
exec'utor 

EXECUTOR 

cxecuto'rial 

xec'utorship_;_o 
EXECUTORSHIP 



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>^ e 



exclu'sionary 
exclu'sionist 
exclu'sive 
./• EXCLUSIVELY 

. /y l^^__n exclusively 
. / . / exclu'siveness 

^~^~ EXCLUSIVENESS 

■^ exclu'sivism ^-=-7^ =— f ~"^f e 

EXCLUSIVISM V; — ^Nr"~^ ^<^ 
exclu'sivist 




EXCLUSIVIST 

exclusory 

excogitate 

excogita'tion 

excomm 

excomm 

excommu'nicate 
excommunica'tion 
excommu'nicator 
excommu'nicatory 

xco'riable . 

xco'riate 
exco'riating 
excoria'tion 
ex'crement 
excremen'lal 
EXCREMENTAL 
excrcmcnt'ar; 

EXCREMENTARV 

excrcmcnti'tial 

cxcrcmcnti'tious 

excrescence 
excres'ccnl 
>excrescen'lial 

xcre'ta L 

xcrc'tal 

xcrcte' 
excretion 
excrc'tivc 
excretory * 

excru'ciate 

excruciatingly 

excruciation 

excul'pable 

cxcul'pate 

exculpa'tion 

exculpatory 

excur'sion 

excur'sional 

excur'sionist 

excur'sivc 

excursively 




excc'utory 
exec'utrcss - ^ - 
cxec'utrix 

EXECUTRIX 
exegeses _ 

exege sis 
exegefic 

•ixcgefical 2_ 

exegefically 
exegefics 
exege'list l—s> 
/iexem'plar 
cx'emplarily 
x'emplariness 
ex'emplary 

exem'plifiable 

xcmplifica'tion' 
EXEMPLIFICATION 



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-r 



~^^ T'excm'plificr 



vexcm'plify 
exemplifying 
exempli gratia 
exempt' 
exempt'ible 
exemp'tion 
excqua'tur L 
exercisable 




EXERCISABLE 

exercise 

ex'ercised 



ex erciser 



^^. C/^cx'ercising 
^J exercita'lion 






■y-^ 



exert' 
exert'ing , 
exer'lion 
Ex'eler — -^ 
exeunt L. 'I 
exfo'liate 

a'tion 

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exhal'ablc 



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VJ: cxfoli 



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■^-^^ 



EXHALANT 



124 



EXPENSE 



exhal'ant 
exhala'lion ~-^^' 
exhale' 

exhaust' ■ ' f 
exhaust'er I 
exhaustibil'ity 
exhaust'ible— ^ 
exhaust'ingty J 
exhaus'tion N^ 

exhaust'ive "^4^ 
exhaust'ively |j 
exhaust'iveness 

exhaust'Iess ~H^ 
cxhaust'-pipe Y 
cxhausl'-steam 
exhaust'-valve 
exhib'it 

I every 

' his — ^ 

II own (see his) 
I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 

I the 

II next (cp.do-the 
I us 
I you 

exhib'iter 

exhibi'tion 

exhibi'lional 

exhib'itive 

exhib'itively 

exhib'iter 

cxhib'itory 
cxhil'arant 

cxhil'arate 

exhil'arating 

exhil'aratingly, 

exhilara'tion 

exhil'arator 

exhort' 

exhorta'tion 

exhor'tative 
exhor'tatory,..j:j<^-_:Vj^^C-i:^ 

exhort'er -U ■< 

exhort'ing 

cxhuma'tion 

exhume' 

exhum'ing 

ex'igency ■ n 

EXIGENCY 

ex'igent _^^ 

exig'uous 7/^ 

exile 

exist' 

cxist'ence 

exist'ency 

EXISTENCY-^-^ 
exist'cnt J 

existen'tial 

EXISTENTIAL P 

existibil'ity J 

exist'ible 

ex'it L. 

Ex'moor 

Ex'odus 

ex-cffi'cial 

exog'amous 

exog'amy 

cx'ogen 

exogenet'ic 

exog'enous 

cxon'erate 

exonera'tion 

exon'crative 



•y-^exon'erato 
-^ exophihal'mia LT, 
exophthal'mic 

T^ ^Hs. ^^ orable 

L,,^^ I >^ exor'bitance 

^ cxor'bitancy 

— 'Y ~p EXORBITANCY 

(^ J exor'bitant 

^^ exor'bitantly 




ex orcise 

\j---P ex'orcised 
ex'orciser 






ex orcising 

ex'orcism 

exorcis'mal 

ex'orcist 

lexor'dial 

exor'dium 

exoskel'etal 

exoskereton 

ex'osmose 

cxosmo'sis L, 

exosmot'ic 

exos'losed 

exosto'sis L. 

exostot'ic 

exoter'ic 

exoter'ical 

exoter'ically' 

exoter'ics 

exot'ic 

xot'ical 
exot'icalness 
exot'icism -p 

xpand' 3 ^}^ 
expand'cr 3 
expanse' 3 ' ' ^ 
expansibil'ity 
expan'sible 
EXPANSIBLE-ILITY 

expan'sibleness. 

EXPANSIBLENESS 

expan'sibly 

EXPANSI3LY 
expan'sile 3 
cxpan'sion 3 — n 

xpan'sive 3 
"expan'sively 3 

expan'siveness 3 
expa'tiate 
expatia'tion 
expa'tiator~^-9. - 
expa'tiatory \ 
expa'triate J 

expatria'tion 
expect' 

EXPECT 

I him 

I his 

)i own (see his) 

I it 

II is (see it) 

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II own (see its) 

I one 

II more (see one) 

I some 

II one (see some) 
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I something 

II else (see something) 
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It which (see that) 
I the 




•~^_jn 




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II matter (cp. take-the) 

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II is (see there) 
this 

II one (see this) 
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I you 

II will (see you) 
I your — 
ir own (see your) 
I yours 

expect'ance 

cxpect'ancy 

expect'ant ^^~ 

expect'antly 

expecta'tion 

EXPECTATION 

I of life 
expect'ative 

'EXPECTED-LY 

expect'edly 

expect'er 

expect'ingi 
jexpec'torant 

expec'torate 

expectora'tion 

expec'torative 

expe'dience 

cxpe'diency 

EXPEDIENCY 

cxpe'dient 
expedien'tisl- - 
EXPEDIENTIAL \' 
expe'diently Vj 

cx'pedite V^^ 

ex'peditely /""'^ 

ex'pediteness-' 

expedi'tion 

expedi'tionary 

expedi'tious 

expedi'tiously _ 

expedi'tiousness 

^pel' 

expel'lable 

expel'Ier 

expel'ling 

expend' _ . ^ 
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II one (see another) 

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II own (see her) "^ 

' his o . 

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II own (see its) 

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I this 

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I which 

II a (see which) ^ 

expend'ablc \~ 

EXPENDABLE £ 

expend'er 
,expend'iture ' 
expense' 




EXPENSIVE 



125 



EXPUGNABLE 




expcn sive _ 
cxpen'sively 
expen'siveness 
cxpe'rience 

EXPERIENCE 

expe'ricnced 

EXPERIENCEDO\— ^ 
experien'tial \^ 

EXPERIENTIAL 

cxpcrien'tialism 

cxperien'tialist 

cxpcr'imcnt 

EXPERIMENTOy -=-< 

experimental X-j 

EXPERIMENTAL 

experimentalist 

EXPERIMENTALIST 

experimentalize 

EXPERIMENTALIZE 
cxperimcn'talized 
EXPERIMENTALIZED<\ ^ 



I unto 

II us ( 
explai 

EXPLAINABLE 

explain'er 

EXPLAINER 



br°^^^^7v 



explana'tion — ^~^ "^ 

EXPLANATION \- \ 

explan'ativc -A J 




EXPLANATIVB 

explan'atorily 
EXPLANATORILY 



/riter y\ 

crfly <\X I 



experimcn'tally 

EXPERIMENTALLY 

expcrimenla'rian c\ '■ /^' 

EXPERIMENTARIAN ^~^^ 

expcrimenta'tion 

EXPERIMENTATION 

expcrimcn'tative 

EXPERIMENTATIVE 

exper'imcntcr 

EXPERIMENTER 

cxper'imentist. 
EXPERIMENTIST 
exper'imentize 
EXPERIMENTIZe 

expert 

EXPERT 

I accountant *\ 

I phonographer 

I reporter 

i.teslimony 

I witness 

I wri 
expi 

EXPERTLY 
experincss 
EXPERTNESS 
ex'piable 
ex'piate 
expia'lion 
cxpia'tional 
ex'piatory 
expir'able 
cxpira'tion 
expir'atory 
expire'-^y 
ex piry 
explain' — 
EXPLAIN 

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ODE \ 
dent \ 
ODENT I 



explan'atoriness 

EXPLANATORINESS 

explan'atory 

EXPLANATORY"^ 
ex'pletive \ 

ex'pletively \y^ 

/^ex'pletory 
^ ex'plicable 
ex'plicableness 

cx'plicate 

expHca'tion 

ex'plicative 

V'X [;/^"plicator 
v-ji ex'plicatory 
J explicit 
EXPLICIT 
explic'itly 

EXPLICITLY 

xplic'itness 
EXPLICITNESS 
explode 

EXPLODE 

xplod 
EXPLO 
explod'cr 

EXPLODER 

exploit' 

cxploit'able 

exploit'age 

exploitation 

explor'able 

EXPLORABLE 

explora'tion 

EXPLORATIO 
cxplor'ative 
EXPLORATIVE 
^„ ex'plorator 

EXPLOKATOR 

exploratory 
EXPLORATORY 
explore' \ y\ y 
EXPLORE \/ [/ 
explorer _ 
EXPLORER 
explo'sion 

EXPLOSION "5^ 

explo'sive \ 

EXPLOSIVE 

cxplo'sivcly 

EXPLOSIVELY 

'explo'sivcncss 




expos'edness 

expos'er 

expos'ing 

exposi'tion 

expos'itivc 

expos'itor 

expos'itory 

expos'tulate 

expostula'tion 

expos'tulator 

xpos'tulatory 
expo'sure 
expound' . p 
expound'er ^^ 
express' 

EXPRESS 

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mind (see her)' 

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II own (see its)\p 
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I us Ov 

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I yourself 

express'age 
EXPRESSAGE 






expressed' — ^~*\^ 
EXPRESSED Nl 

express'ible 

EXPRESSIBLE-Y 

cxprcss'ibly 

expressing 

EXPRESSING 

expres'sion 

EXPRESSION 



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\EXPLOSIVENES3V— "^yV— ' 
exponent 



> 



exponential 
^ export' 

\, cxportabil'ity 
I cxport'oble 

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exporter— =-9^ >i ^ 
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his) {(\ (^ ( exposed' ). c 



cxpres sio 

EXPBESSI 

exprcs'sionless 

, EXPRESSIONLESS 
cxpress'ive 
EXPRESSIVE 
xpress'ivcly 
EXPRESSIVELY 
xpress'iveness 
^ — ^y EXPRESSIVENESS' 

^- ^ exprcss'ly 

EXPRESSLY 
exprcss'man - 

EXPRESSMAN 

cxprcss'mcn 

EXPRESSMEN 

cxpress'ncss 

EXPRESSNESS 

exprcss'-train 

EXPRESS-TRAIN 

express'-wagon 

EXPRESS-WAGON 
xpugn' 
xpug'nable 







EXPULSION 



126 



EXTREMELESS 



cxpul'siori 

expul'sive 

expul'siveness 

expunge' 

ex'purgate 

EXPURGATE 
expurga'tion 
EXPURGATION 

ex'purgator 

EXPURGATOR 
cxpurgato'rial 
EXPURGATORIAL' 

expur'gatory 

EXPURGATORY 

ex'quisite 

EXQUISITE(X_- 
ex'quisitely^ T 
EXQUISITELY 

ex'quisiteness 

EXQUISITENESS 

exsan'guinate 
cxsan'guine 
exsanguin'eous 
exsanguin'ity 

exsan'guinous 
exscind' 
cxscind'ing 
exsect' 

exsec'tion :.qj 

cxsic'cant 
ex'siccale 
exsicca'tion 
exsic'cative 




n'sional— ^ (~^ f 
n'sionist L^ Lii) 



(^xten'sible 

'^EXTENSIBLE 

exten'sibleness 

EXTENSIBLENESS 

exten'sile 

exten'sion 

exten 

exte; 

exten'sive 

cxten'sively 

txten'siveness 

exten'sor 

extent' 

exten'uate 

exten'uatingly 

extenua'tion 

exten'uative 

exten'uator « 




exten'uatory— H^ — ^ 





ex'siccator 
ex'tant • '-^'^> 
extemporaneous 

EXTEMPORANEOUS 
[LY-NESS 

extempora'neously 
extempora'neousness 
extem'porarily_i 
extem'porary 

extem'pore 
exlemporiza'tion 
extemporize 
extem'porized 
extem'porizer 
extem'porizing 
extend' . p 

I a-an-and J 

I another 

II one (see another) 
I back 
I forth 

I forward 

I her 

II own (see her)^ 
'his 

I into d 

II a (see into) 
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I its 

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I the 

II matter (cp. take-the) 
.them. —^ — 

I this 

II one (sec th 
I us 

cxtend'ed 

cxtc 

exte 

extend'ible 

EXTENDIBLE 

extensibil'ity 




xte'rior 
'exterior'ity 
■exte'riorly 

exter'minable 

EXTERMINABLE 

exter'minate 

EXTERMINATE 

extermina'tion 

EXTERMINATION 

exter'minator 

EXTERMINATOR 

cxter'minatory 

EXTERMINATORY 

extern 

exter'nal 

EXTE 

exte 

EXTERNALISM 9 — 
externalis'tic J p.-— ^ 
E XTE R N A L I ST I C"-^^ 
cxternarity 
EXTERNALITY 
■externahza'tion 

externalizationH ~^-^ "^ 
exter'nalize ^ a, C 9 C 9 



er nal ---SV. 
PERNAL J" 
er'nalism^ — 






extor tionist 
ex'tra 
I session 
extracar'dial 
extracer'ebral 
extracra'nial 
ex'tract (n.) 3 
extract' (v.) 3 
extract'able 3 

extrac'tion 3 
extract'ive 3 
extract'or 3 
extradic'tionary 
ex'traditable 
ex'ti-adite 
extradi'tion — '—*■ 
cxtrahaz'ardous 
extrajudi'cial 
cxtrajudi'cially 
extralim'ital ■ g 1 
extraUm'itary I •■ 
cxtralog'ical t^^ ' \// ~ 
cxtralog'ically^^.^ >,.\t^ 
extramun'dane 
extramu'ral 
extra'neous 
extra'neously 
xtra-offi'cial 
xtraor'dinarily 
EXTRAORDINARILY/ 
extraor'dinariness 
extraordinary 
EXTRAORDINARY 

extraparo'chial 
extraparo'chially 
EXTERNALIZE ^-^ "^ ""^ extraperitone'ai 

exter'nalized — =-^ ^ ~^ extraphys'ical 

EXTERNALIZED r^ ^ A ^ ? cv. extraprofes'sional 
exter'nalizing v^ ^^^ v^~^ ^xtraprcvin^a^l^^^^^^ 

' xternalizingS — =-q_ ^ extraso'Iar if-^-tT^ 
exter'nally J j^^ T I extraterres'trial 

EXTERNALLY ^-^"^^ > — ^.» "* extraterrito'rial 
exterrito'rial -=-P y\ ^ ~| ^^-extraterritorial 
exterritorial! 
exterritorial'ity 
exterrito'rially 
exterritorially 



'•nr' 



[alL^K^ ^-- ^Xextraterritorial'ity~^ "Z^ "^ 
y J ' extraterrito'rially IT \y\—\y 




EXTRATERRITORIAL. 



extinct 



p EXTINCT P — H^- - 

L, ~~I— 1 extinc'tion I , L._p 

I [_ extin'guish [' • 






EXTINGUISH 

extin'guishabl( 

extinguisha 

extin'guisher 

EXTINGUISH 

extin'guishme 

EXTINGUISH 
cx'tirpate 
extirpa'tion 
ex'tirpative 



'■'Tt 

nd'er ~^ ~^ ~^- 
ndibil'ityl /\ 

~tf x-~5' 'J'\ exlol'ler 
\/ \ extol'ling 



\cx'tirpator 
extir'patory 



extol' 




cxtra-u'terine 
extrav'agance 

EXTRAVAGANCE 

extrav'agancy 

EXTRAVAGANCY 

cxtrav'agant 

EXTRAVAGANT. 

extrav'agantly 

extrav'agantness 
XTRAVAGANTNE 
xtravagan'za 
^xtrav'asate 
extravasa'tion 
extravas'cular 
extreme' 
EXTREME 
I limit . * 

I term 

I extreme'leas 
^. EXTREMELESS 




EXTREMELY 



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EZRA 



extreme'Iy — ^ 

EXTREMELY 

cxtrenie'ncss 

EXTREMENESS 

extrem'ist 

EXTREMIST 

exlrem'iiy 

ex'lricable 

cx'lricMe 

cxtrica'tion 

extrin'sic 

extrin'sical 

cxtrinsical'ity 

extnn'sic£lly_i_g,. 

extrin'sicalness J 

extrude 

cxtru'sion 

cxtru'so 

cxu'berance 

cxu'berancy 

EXUBERANCY 

cxu'bcrant 

exu'berantly 



I J. U — J • exu viable -^.^^r 

u 





X. 1 



cxu'vial 

exu'viate 

exuvia'tion 

ex-vo'to 

ey'as 

Eyck - 

eye i 

eye'ball 

eye'bar 

eye'beam 

eye'bolt 

eye'brow 

EYEBROW 

eyed 

eye'-glance 

EVE-GLANCE 
eye'glass 

EYEGLASS 

eye'hole > 

eye'lash 

EYELASH 

eye'-lens V/'^ 

EYE-LENS ( 

eye'less 

EYELESS V 

eyelet Y" 

EYELET ^ 
eye'!et-hole J 
EYELET-HOLE V. 

eyelid 




v^ 



r 



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eye -opener 

eye'piece 

eyes 

eye'-sa!ve v 

EYE-SALVE '■ 
eye'-servant ' 

EYE-SERVANT K 

eye'-server 

EYE-SERVER 

eye'-service v 

EYE-SERVICE 

eye'-shade 
eye'-shot 
eye'sight y^ 
EYESIGHT 

, eye'sore 
.eye'stone 

EYESTONE 

eye'tooth 
.eye'-wash 
cye'-wate; 
eye'-wTnk 
eye'-winker 
eye'->A'itness 

EYE-WITNESS 
-ey'ing \ 
Eyre 
ey'rie i 
Eze'kiel 
Ez'ra 




l^ 



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f 



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V. 



f 

fa 3 ■ 
Fa'ber 

Fa'bian 

Fa'bius 
fable 

fa'ble-monger 
fa'bler 
fabliau' F. 
fab'ric t 
fab'ricant V_r>v 
fabricate 

fabrica'tion 

fab'ricator 

fab'ricalress 

fab'ricaturc 

fab'ulist 

fab'ulize 

fab'ulized 
fab'ulous 
fab'ulously 

fab'ulousness 

facade' F, 

face 

I a « 

If man(cp. take-a) 
I an-and 

I another 

II one (see anot 
I back 

I backward 
I forward 

I her 

II own (see her) 
I hers 

I his """^ 

II own (see his) ^ 
I it 
I Its 
M own (see its) 

I several 

II other(see several) 

I such ( 

II a (see such) Vo 

I that / 

II one (see that) 

I the 

II matter (cp.take-ihe) 

I them 

II that (see them) 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I to face 
I us 
I which 

I your 

II own (see your] 
I yours 

face able 
facc'-ache 




^ 





^ 




face'-card 
face'-cloth 
<aced 

face'-plate 

facer 

fac'et 

face'tise L. i y 

facetious Vjoiy 

face'tiously 

face'tiousness 
face'-value 
facc'\vork 
fa'cial 
fa'cially 
fac'ile 
fac'ilely 
fac'ileness 
facile princeps l^/ 
facilitate i /H-j I VH 1 /^' fa>nt'-h< 
facilitation^ ^<^ 1^ ^4> ' fain''he: 

facil'ity 
fa'cing I 

fa'cingly ^^-5.^ 
fa'cing-machine 
fackeltanz G 
facsim'ile 
fact 

FACT 

faction 3 __,_ 
factional 3 ^ 

fac'tionist 3 
fac'tious 3 
fac'tiously 3 

fac'tiousness 3 

factitious 

factitiously 

facti'tiousness 

fac'tittve 

fac'tor 

fac'torage 

factorial 

fac'torship 

fac'tory 

facto tuni 

fac'tum L, 

fac'ultative 

fac'ultatively 

fac'ulty 

fad 3 
fade 
fad'edly 
fadeless 

fade'lessly 
fad'ingly 

fad'ingness 

Faf'nir 

fag 3 

Fa'gan 

fag'-end' 

fagged 




S; « t- I tair yism 

^ ^ y^^i._/^fair'ylan. 
I f ^- fair'ylik€ 

1 \ ^ \ faith 



Fa'gin i 

fag'ol ^ 

fagottist 

fagot 'to It 

Fa'hey 

Fah'renheit 

fa'ience' F. 

fail 

fairing 

faille F. 

fail'ure 

fain 

faineant' F. 

fain'ness 

faint 

faint'er 
faint'est 
^aint'-heart 
faint'-hearted 

arte 
faint'hearted 
faint'ish 
Jaint'ishness 
'faintly 

faint'ness 

fair '^ 

Fair'bairn 

Fair'banks 

Fair'child 

fair'er 

fair'est 

fair'-faced 

Fair'fax 

Fair'field 
fair'-ficished 
fair'-ground 
fair'-haired , 
fair'ily 
'Ifair'Iy 
fair'minded 
fair'mindedness 
Fair'mount 

fair'ness 

fair'-seeming 

Ifair'service 

fair'-spoken 

fair'-weather 

I fa'f'y 

fair'yism 
'- - d' 
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k>-^ 



ki 



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laitn I 

faith'-cure ^^ 
faith'-curer ( 

Y ^ ^ 



faith'ful I 
Faith-full ^ 
faithfully ( 
faith'fulness i V_ 
faith'-hcal 
faith'-heal 



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12« 



FAITHLESS 



129 



FASCICULATE 



famiriartze 

famiriarized' 

famil'iarly 

FAMILIARLY 

famiriarness 

FAMILIARNESS 

fam'ilism 
am'ily 
t man 
fam'ine 
. fam'ish 
fa'mous 

fa'mously 
fa'inousncss 
fan 3 , 

fanat'ic 
'"fanat'ical 
fanatically 
fanat'icalness 
. fanat'icism 
fan'-blast 
fan'-blower 
-fan'cicd 
fan'cier 
fan'ciful 
fan'cifully 
fan'cKulness 
fan'ciless 
fan'cy 
I dress 
I goods I 
. N. fancy-free V\ 
^ fandan'go L> 

falliblenessV/^Lx V_sW. NFaneuil ^ 
(al'Iibly fanfare 

falling I 1'' 1^ 1' fanfaronade' 

falling-off' 1 ^ ^ ^ fang 3 

(airing-ouf i (^ (" Q^^^^ fanged 3 

fall'ing-sickncss If' ^*V_ M fang'Icss 3 
fall'ing-star' 1 S^ 1' 1 ^fan-lace 3 

Fallon ( o: oVr^ — '-s fan'-l'ght 3 



faithless 

faith'lessly 

faithlessness 

fake 

fakement 

faker 

fakir' 
fakir'ism 
fal chion 

falcon 

fal'coner 

fal'conet 

fal'con-eyed 

fal'conry 

faldel'ta 

fald stool _, 

Falie'ri 

Falkirk 

Falk'ner 

fall I 

I into 

II a (see in 
I flat 
I session 
I short 
Merm __,<fl_. /C VJo-^n 

fal'lacious y 

falla'ciously 1 /C^^ 
(alla'ciousness^ — ('^ 
fal'lacy 
fall'en I 1' 
fairer i \ 

fallibility (/ 
fal hble 





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ratlo^w^f^V^X-^ 
fallow-deer' 3 




fal'lownesjsi /~~-^ '( 
fall -trap t ^V^ ^ 

- illway I h C 

al'mouth T l^ V f ' 

ilse Vt, — y v^ N^ Vp 

ilse'-faced — ( C ' 'Ja, 



fall 

F 

fal 

(a 

faUe-hearted 

false'-heartedneu 

falsehood 

falsely 

falie'ness 

lalt'er 

rals'eit / j^ 

(alseftisl Vf '' 

(alsct'to 

(al'jifiable •* 

laliifica'tion 

FALSIFICATION 

falsifier i 

falsify 

lal'sifying 

Fal'HafT •* 

Fal'iiaffian 

falter 

fal'tcringly 

fame 

fam 

PAM 

familiar'tty 

lamiliariia'tion 



b 



C/^ 



fan'like 3 
Fan'ny 
fan'-shaped 3 
Fan'shawe 
fan'tail 3 
fan'-tailcd 3 
fantasi'a 
fantas'tic ^< 
fantas'tical ,] 
fantastical'ity 
fantas'tically ^ 
fantas'ticalness'^ 
fan'tasy 
far 3 
1 as 



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y >^ji possible I awaj 

I* Vj 'l~i away ___L-----l--- J-------.I 'rom 



tar'adizing 
far'-away 3 
farce 

farceur' F. 
far'cical 
farctcal'ity 
far'cically 
ar'cicalness 
far'cy , 
fare 

farewell 
far' fetched 3 

Far' go 

Faribault' 

fari'na 

farina'ceous * 

farinose t y^^ 

Far'Iey ^~< ^^ 

farm 

farm'able 

farm'-building 

farm'er 

FARMER 

farm'ership 

FARMERSHIP 

farm-hand 

farm'house 

farm'ing 

farm'slead 

farm'yard 

Farne'se 

far'ntss 3 

Farn'ham 

far'o t 

Faroe' 

Faroesc' 

far-ofTa I ^ I 

Far'quhar V_^ Vo 

farra'go 

Far'ragut 1 > — n 

Far'rar V/ I 

far'-rcaching 3 

Far'rcll 

far'rier 

far'ricry 

far'row 31 y^ \ 
far'rowcd 3^--^^ V^v 
far'rowing 3 

ars 

seeing 3 
far'-secn 3 
far'-sighlcd 3 
U (^ ^ far'-sighlcdly 3 
•i_j. 'i~ far'-sighlcdncss 3 

'*^-r^ Farsislan'i "P 
far'lher 3 V.^. 
I and farther 

away 






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■'• ' for- « 





ay 

I better 

II than (see better) 
I between 

I more 

II than (sec more 
I rather 

I the 

II bc&t 
II worst 

far'ad 
Farada'ic 





Uar'adlzcd *V-/^^^^w/ll''^ 
far'adizcr 



I than 

far'thermost 3 
far'ihcsi 3 
far'ihing 
far'lhinRalc 
fas'ces !-. 
(as'cia L. 
fas'cifc L. 
las'ciate 
faB'ciatcd 
fas'ciatcly 
scia'tirjn 
cicic 
fascic'ular 
fascic'uUrly 
fascic'uUtc 




FASCICULATELY 



130 



FECUNDATE 



fascic'ulately , 

fascic'uli L. I /-^ 
fascic'ulus iJSisJ. 
fas'cinate i 
fas'cinating ^---^ 
fas'cinalingly ' 

fascina'tion 1 
fascine' VJ:^-^'^ 

fascis L. 

fash'ion 3 1 
fash'ionable Vj) 
FASHIONABLE 

fash'ionableness 

FASHION AI3LENESS 
fash ionably 

FASHIONABLY 

fashioner 3 

fash'ionless 3 

fash'ion-monger 3 

fash'ion-mongering 3^ 

fash'ion-plate 

fast 3 

fast'ed 3 

fast'-day 

fas'ten 1 

fastening ^^-4._^ 

fast'er 3 

fast'est 3 
fasti L. 
fastid'ious 



FASTIDIOUS-LY-NESSl ( ^ 

fastidiously I Vp vJ> 

fastid'iousness 

fast'ly 3 1 
fast'ness ^^/ 
FASTNESS ' 
fat 3 



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fatal 

fa'talism 

fa'talist 

fatahs'tic 

fatality 

fa'tally 

fa'talncss 

Fa'u Morga'na It- (9 

fal'-brained 3 

fat'-celi 3 f^ 



^ 




V. V 



fate 
fate'ful 
FATEFUL-LY 
falc'fuUy 

fate'fulness 

FATEFULNESS 
fat-faced 3 

fat'head 3 
fat'-headed 
fa'ther 3 
I and mother 

n God _J I I , fa'voringly 

Favori'ta 



.3^^ ^'.V^ 



- fathoming 
V /^falh'omless 

^-Q ' fathom-line 

fatigue' 
faiigue'-call 
/ fatigue-cap 

! . fatigue'-dress 
VO fatigue'-duty 

fatigue'some 

fatigu'ingly 

Fa'iima 

fat'ling 3 

fat'Iy 3 

fat'ncss 3 

fat'ten 3 
^ fat'tener 3 

fat'tening 3 'v^ 

fat'ter 3 

fat'test 

FATTEST V.^ 

"fal'tiness 3 ^ 

fat'tish 3 

fat'ty 3 ^ 

fatu'itous . / 

fatu'ity 

fai'uous ^. 

faubourg' F. 

fau'cal I'' 
fau'ces L. V^ 
fau'cet 

faugh I \ 

Faul'conbridge 
Faulk'ner 

fault 1^ 

fault'finder V_(^ 
faull'finding 

fault'ful 1^ 

fault'ily V/" 

fault'iness 

fault'less 

faull'lessly 

fault'lessness 

fault'y 1^ -^• 

fau'na i 
fau'nal i 1^ 
Faure V_ 
Faust ^— -' 

Fausti'na 
Faus'tus 
fauteuil' F. 

faux pas' F 
fa'vor 
fa'vorable 

fa'vorableness 
la'vorably 
fa'voredness 
fa'vorer < 







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(^ II other (see some) 

I somebody '"'■--Jv^^'"--^ -o 

II else f'iee somebodv')^^\^~'^v^- - -"' 

I something >-->-^>--^ 

II else (see something) 

I the 

II next (cp. do) 
I their 

It own (see their) 
I theirs 
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I you 

II are (see you) 
fear'er r 
fear'ful I 
fear'fully I 

fear'fulness x 
fear'less i 
fear'lessly i 
fear'lessness ii 
''fear'naught i 
fear'some i 

feasibil'ity i* 
' feasible V. 
fea'sibleness 
fea'sibly 
least 1 
feast'-day 
feast'ed i 
feast'er i 
feat I 
feath'er 



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M heaven 

I of all 

II men 
fathered 3 
fa'iherhood 3 
fa'ihenng 3 
fa'thcr-in-law 3 
fa'therland 3 
fatherless 3 
fa'therlessness 3 
(a'therliness 3 
fatherly 3 
fa'thcrship 3 
fath om 
fathomable 
falh'omer 




fa'vorite 1 
fa'voritism^-r-> 
fa'vorless 
Faw'cetl i*^ 
Fawkes V^ 
fawn 1 -T 



[ / fawn'-colored i 
I, fawner i \f Y" 

\^ fawn'ingly i ^~' 
I b afawn'ingncss 1 1 " 
' ^^fay 
^Fayar 
-''^ Fayette' 1 
Fayum' ^C_ 
faze -I 



leatn er i 

fcath'er-bed ^'--jn 
feath'er-bone j 

feath'er-edge ^ 
feath'er-edged 
featheriness 
feath'erless 
feath'er-stitch 
feath'er-weight 
feath'ery 
feai'ly i 
feat'ness 
fea'ture i 
fea'tured i 
'fea'tureless I 

febrifa'cient ^ 

febril'ic 

febrifugal 

feb'rifuge 

febrile 

febril'ity 

Feb'ruary 

FEBRUARY 

fecal 

fe'ces I I 
:Fech'ter 
fecit L. 
fec'ula I 
fec'uletice 
fec'ulency 
fec'ulent 
fec'und 
fec'undate 



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131 



FEROCITY 




fccunda'tiofic 

fccun'dify 

fecun'difying 

fecun'dity 

fed 

fed'eral 

I court 

I district 

I government 

I office 
I officer 
I party 

I power 

I union 
fed'cralism 

fed'cralist . q 

fcderaliza'tion^ v/^ ^ V • ^ X 
federalize iX CX CXv 

fcd'eralizcd 
fed'eralizing ^. V^ 
fed'erally "-^"^ 
fed'erate 1 
fedcra'tion — n^ 
federa'lionist '' 
fcd'crativc 
FEDERATIVE-LY 

federatively 

fee I !• 

I simple ^^ — 
fee'able 
feeble i 

I state 
fee'ble-mind'ed 

fee'ble-mind'edness 1 1- 

fee'bleness i 

feebler i 

fee'blest 1 

fee'bly i 

feed I 

feed'er I 

fecd'ing-bottle 

fecd'ing-eng' 

feed'ing-ground 

feed'-pipe 

feed'-pump 

feed'-rack 

feed'-trou 

feel I 

I his 

II own (sec his) 

I their 

II own 
I theirs . 
I there 

Hi. " L 

I ihey are .^ .^^- 

I this 

I us 
I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 
I yourself 

fcel'er i 

feeling J r /^~~-\ 

tcel'ingly i^-' '' 




^U. t) feminin'ity 
^. feminiza'tion 

nessVJ. f. VJ. ^_9 fe 




feld'spath 
feldspath'ic 
Felic'ia 
felic'itate 

felicita'tion i* >--ti i» /^ 
felic'itous V/ ''Vj: '\l, 
felic'itousl 
felic'itousness' 
felic'ity 

fe'line (• ^-— ^ 
felin'ity VJ ^ 
Fe'lis L. 
Fe'lix (• ^ — 
fell Va 

I into (cp. fall) 

Fel'lah Ar. 1 ., 

Fel'Iahin Ar. Vj 

feller 

fell'ness 

fel'Iow 

fellow-be'ing 

fellow-citizen' 

FELLOW-CITIZEN ''- 

fellow-coun'tryman^P 

FELLOW-COUNTRy-l ^ 



09 



femine'ity ( 
fem'inine 
fem'ininely 
fem'inineness 




m inize 

fem'inized^ 
fem'inizing 

femme F. 
fem'ora 

fem'oral 

fem'orocele^^tr^i 

femorococcyg'eal V^ 

fe'mur L. 

fen . ( 

fence V^_^ ^ 

fenced 

fence'less 
fen'cer 

fen'cible 

FENCIBLE 

fen'cing-school'^ 

f^d 

fend'er 

fend'er-beam 
fend'er-board 



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RY- I -[C] -^-T Fgnelon' 
[MEnVI _V/^ V_fenes'tral 



Fe'rtian 
_ Fe'nianismi 

■^ 1 /^ fen'nel 
'-^ Fen'nessy 






;UBJECT /^-J > fen'ny ^=--i-^ 
) / Fen'ton 




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;^->->' 



feel I 
feet'less i 
feign 
fcign'cdly 




[MAN^ 
fellow-coun'trymen „ 

FELLOW-COUNTRY- ( ■iCik' 

fel'low-crea'ture [^ 

feriow-feel'ing I A" ^^fenes'trate 

fel'lowless /Td"" V-^^^^—^^^fenes'lrated !• 

fe!low-man' 1 -^ vj"~ ^. vC fenestra'tion ^ — \ 
fellow-men' 

FELLO\V.MEN 
fel'lowship 
FELLOWSHIP 
ellow-sub', 
FELLOW-S 
felly (adv.) 
feriy(n.) , .^ 
felo-de-se L. VJ. 
fel'on 

felo'nious 
felo'niously 
felo'niousncss 
fel'ony 1 . ; 

felos-de-se L.Vj ' 
felt 

I his I 

lit V/" 

I its 

II own (see its) 

I one 

II another (sec one 

I some ^ 

II other (sec* some) 
I somebody 



• 1 ^'^Fen'wick | 
, ^^\ Feodor' 



(• /^^ r -c^v^C/^'^Meofrec' 
V/- " Vi^ 7 feofTer 




'*o^.' 



fcoff'ing 
I feofTrnent 

VjT feoffor 

fe'rae L. 
I naturae L 

fe'ral 

Fer'amorz 

Fer'dinand 

Fer'gus 

Fer'guson 

Fer'gusson 

fcr'mcnt (u.) 

ferment' (v.) 
II else (see somebodyVro l^yo y fcrmentabil'ity 

I something- V_^,T!—^ly<3 b FERMICNTABLE-ILITY VrjO-aV^ ^ 

II else (see something) fermentable \>/ 
I their 1 j\{ j\ I. ^ fermenta'tion .^ 
iiown (sec thcir)V.r J V/ \ V/J fcrment'ative U, 
I theirs / <' </ fermcnt'atively ^jT 

ferment'ativeness 
ferment'ive 
fern 
Fernandez'! 









feign edly , . 1 

(cign'cdnesa ^i-j ^ *^ ^-^"^ 
feigner If ^\__p '^ 



fcign'ingly 1 
feint ^' 

feldspar 



Fel'ton 

fcluc'ca 

fe'malc 

femal'Ify i- 

feme F. V. 
I couvert ' ^ 
I sole I ^ 

fem'icidc ^^ — -■ — { 

femiiiarity 




Fernan'do v/ 

fern'cry 

fcrn'seed 

fcrn'y 

fero'cious 

fcro'ciously 

fero'ciousness' 

feroc'ity 







FERRARA 



132 



FIDGETINESS 



K^ ^y.^ 




Ferra'ra 

Fcrrarese' 

fer'rate 

fcr'reous 

ferret 

fer'reter 

fer'reting 

fer'riage 

fer'ric 

ferricyan'ic 

ferricy'anide^ 

ferricyan'ogen 

fer'ried i ,yA 

fer'rier V_/ | 

ferriferous 

Fer'ris 

ferrocyan'ic 

FERROCYANIC 

ferrocy'anide 

perrocyanide' 

ferrocyan'ogen 

ferromagnet'ic 

ferroman'ganese 

ferroprus'siate 

ferroprus'sic 

fer'rotype ' 

fer'rotyper 

fer'rous I ^ I ^- 



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ferru'ginated 
ferru'ginous 
fer'rule 
fer'ry 
I Co. 

fer'ry-boat 

fer'ry-bridge 

fer'rying 

fer'ryman 

fer'ry-master 

fer'rymen 

FERRYMEN 

fer'tile 

fer'tilely 



I 



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fe'tal 

feta'tion 

fetch 1 

fctch'er 

fete F. 

fSte'-day 

fc'ticidal 

fe'ticide 

fet'id 

fetid'ity >^ 

fet'idness I 

fe'tish 

fe'tishism C, 

fe'tishist J 

fetishis'tic 
fe'tish-man C. 
fet'lock _/ 

fet'Iock-boot | 

fet'-locked 

fet'lock-joint 

fe'tor I !• 

fet'ter V 

fet'ter-bone ^. 

fet'tered 1 

fet'tering ^-^ 

fet'terless 

fet'tle 

fe'tus 

feu 3 



1: 



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feu'ar 3 

feud 3 ^^ 

feu'dal 3 t 
\ right v. 
\ service | 
I system 
feu'dalism 3 
feu'dalist 3 
feudalis'tic 3 
feudal'ity 3 
feudaliza'tion 3 
fer'tileness y — 7-* ^-i- ^tx /— fcu'dalizc 3 
fertil'ity "Y '^Y I ^^ A/ feu'dalized 3 
fer'tilizable feu'dalizing 3 

FERTILIZABLE /-^ ^ y^ feu'dally 3 

feniliza'tion 'V X ^V c^/v r^..-^..., , 
fer'tilize 





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fer'tilized ^ip 
fer'tilizer =Vv 
fer'ula L. 
fer'ulce L. 
fer'ule 
fer'vency 

FERVENCY 

fer'vent 

fer'vently 

fer'ventness 

ferves'cent 

fer'vid 

fer'vidly 

fer'vidness 

fcr'vor 

Fesch 1 I 

fesse V y 

Fes'senden 
festal I 
fes'tally ^-p -; 
fes'ter y^ 
fes'tered 
fes'tival 
festive 
fes'fively i 
fes'tivity ^>jd 
festoon' 






s 



Y 



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^feu'datory 3 ^ 
feu'dist 3 I 
Feuillet' ^ 
feuilieton' F. 

I -y/y \y\ feuille'tonism 
V^</ ^-^ V;^feuiIle'tonist 
/feuilletonis'tic 

ife'ver 
fe'ver-blister 
fe'verfew 

1 vA^fe'ver-heatV 
V^^ fe'verish V_- 

fe'verishly 

fe'verishnessi* (• 

r^ 5~>^ fe'verous ^-'^ ^ 
V_/ Ife'ver-sore . ) 

fev/ r .y^y 

FEW V^/i V_ 

few'er 3 
I than I 

few'est3_l^ ^^sT 

few'ness 3 — ^ 

Fez V^ ^<-o 

f'-hole 

fia'cre F i- i' 

fianc6' F. V,c — - V^ 

fiancee' F 




1 



fias'co It. 

fi'at I 

fib I 

fibber I 1 

fi'ber ^ 

fi'berless 

fibra'tion 

fi'briform 

fi'bril 

fibril'la L. 

fibril'lae L 

fi'brillar 

fi'brillary 

fi'brillate 

fibrillation 

fibrillif'erous 

fibririiform 

fi'brillose 

fi'brillous I 

fi'brin ^ 

fibrina'tion 

fi'brinogen 

fibrinog'enous 

fibrincplas'tic 

fibrinoplas'tin 

fi'brinous [^ 

fibrocar'tilage 

fibrocartilag'inous 

fibrocel'lular 

fi'broid 

fibro'ma L. 1 

fibrom'atous^ 

fibromu'cous 

fibromus'cular ''^-fX/' 
fibrcplas'tic Iv ^ 
fibrosarco'ma ^^-.No 




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fibrose'rousi 
fi'brous 
fi'brousness 
fib'ula L. 
fib'ulse L. 
fib'ular 
Fich'te 
fichu' F. 
Fick 

fic'kle ( 

fic'kleness 
fi'co It. 

fic'tile 

fic'tileness^ 

fictil'ity 

fic'tion I !• 

fic'tional i V 

fic'tionist i 

ficti'tious r r r 

ficti'tiously ^ ^ ^.^ .. 

ficti'tiousness 
.jific'tive I 1- -y, -M- J 

fic'tivelyiV__!r^l- '^ |-~6? 
fid-die [ ^. S 

fid'dle-bow r i- i* \j^ ' . 
fid'dledeedeeVr V^' ' V^*V_ 

fid'dle-faddle " f T 

fiddler ■ ^' ' • • 

fid'dler-crab 
fid'dle-shapcd 

fid'dlestick r 

fid'dlestring v.^ 

Fidelia 

Fide'lio 

fidel 

fi 

fid'get 

fid'getily 

fid'getiness 




FIDGETY 



133 



FINGAL 



fidgety 
fiducial 
fidu'cially 
fidu'ciary •( i- 
fie I V_^ 

fief v.. 

Fie.d |--_> 

field I 
ficld'-artillery 

ficld'-battery 

ficld'-book 

field'-carriage 

ficld'-day i- 1 
fielder i V* I" 
field'-glass 1 ' 
field'-gun r 
field'-hand ^-7* 
field-hospital ' 
field'-icc 
Ficld'ing 
field'-marshal 
field'-marshalship 
field'-mouse i 
ficld'-notes 
field'-officcr 
field'piece ^ 
fieid'-service^' 
field'-sparrow 
field-telegraph 1 
field-trial 

field'-work 
fiend I 
fiendish 
fiendishly 1 
fiend'ishness i 
fiend'like i 

Ficrabras' 

fierce 

ficrcc'ly 

fierce'ness 

fiercer 

fier'ccst 

fier'ily I 

ficr'incss I 

ficr'y 

fier'y-footed 1 

fiery-hot I 

Fife 

fife I 

fifer I 

fif'ing X 

fifteen 

fifteenth 

fifth 

fifthly 

fiftieth 

fifty 

fifty-fold 
fig I 
Figaro' 
fight I 

fight'er I <i: 
fight'ing t 

r:ii' ing-cocic I 



V. 1- r hg uratea i- r 

V_, ^ . fig'uratelyVc — ^,Vi — >\^ 

J;/ ly fiiura-tion^ V 



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filth 
filth'ier 
filthiest 
filth'ily 



^^^ cyi^ (^ylr 



V.^ fig'uralively Vc-^-Vc-^\^_^. filth'inessV/(iC V/ ^^_p ^^ ^ 




fig'ure 

fig'ure-dance 

fig'urehead 

fig'ure-maker 

figurine' 

Fi'ji 

Fi'jian 

"lament 

filament'ar 

filamen'tary 

FILAMENTARY 

fil'amented 
filamenliferous 
filame 
filame 

m'ber.^^l/^^^'^ 
fil'bcrt-trce 



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J fim'bria .. 

V 







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filch'ingly 

file I 

ftle'-carrie 

file'-cuttc 

file'-leader 

filc'-march 

filc'-mark 

fil'er II V /^^ 

firial Vi A 

filially 

fil'iate 1* 

filia'tion V^/^ 

filibeg 

fil'ibuster i- y^^^ 

filibustered^/ Nil^ 

fil'ibusterer 

fil'ibusterism 



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I interests 
I soundness 
/I stale 
finan'ciaMy 

FINANCIALLY 

I ^ I yjf financier' 

ngV^^ TsS^**"""""-^/ JilL^ncIer'ing 

find X 
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another 





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I,, /filicide 



filigree 
filigree-work 
fifing 1 
fill L 

I his 

II own (see h 
into 
their 

I theirs 
I us 



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J_^ FINDABLE N 



finder i 

finding i ^^^""N 
finding-list i '1 
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I a-an-and 

I another 
. II one (sec another)" 

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.-^'^' ^ 

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fillip .• ^^ .• /^ K^r^ 

Fillmore Vj. \V/ Vj. fi 

fif ly I 

film 



ne'-cut I 

ne'draw 

fine'drawn 



■Ic I, 



a!:'-aJ--v' 



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film'y 

fi'lter 

fil'lcrcd 

filtering-bag 

filtering-box 

fil'tcring-cup 

hl'tc ring-funnel J' 

fil'tcring-papcr 

fil'tcring-prcss" 

hl'lcr-papcr 




fine'drew 
fine'ly 1 
fine'ncss i 

fin'er i 
fin'cry i 
fine'-spokcn 
fine-spun K, 9^ 
N finesse ^«-> i 
_<-V| finessed' 
— ^finciB'ing 
fin'est t 
«(■ ><Fin'gal 




fin'ger-bowl ^ 

fin'ger-breadlh 

fin'gered ^ 

fin'gerer ^ 

fin'ger-hole 

fin'gering 

fin'ger-mark 

fin'ger-posi' 

fin'ger-stali 

fin'ger-tip 

fin'ial 

fin'ical 




finical'ity^* 
fin'ically 

fin'icalness 
fin'icking 
fin'icky 
fin'ikin 



fire'ball ^ 

> fire'-balloon i 
fire'-bar i 
fire'-bell i 
fire'board i 
fire'-boat I 

fi'nis L. I [' J { y ^^^'- ^o^ ' 

fin'ish ^^^v,__p ^-^ ^-^ fire'brand T 

I a-an-and ^ ^ fire'-bnck 

I another V.:r^ ^ J" T""^ 9 fire'-brigade ly 

II one (see another) ^-^ \^^ fire'-bucket 

I his fire'-clay i 

II own (see his) fire'-company 
I it I 9 — ^1 J[ y| fire'cracker n 

I its ^^-jr'"^ V^ir 'Vo-^ "^hre'-damp 

II own (see its)i yl^v^V n fi^e'-department^ 

I several Vjr^li ^ I J/ FIRE-DEPARTMENT^ 

II other Csfe several) ^^^ x^ire'dog i 

I that I L A\ yfire'-eater i . i v/^-i 

II which (see ihat)V.r^ Vj-y Vj^ fire'-engine iVJs^ i/ 
I the /\fire'-escape 

n matter (cp take-the) ii / fire-extinguisher 

t their ( A^ ^ /Vj-^ fire'-fiend 



II business 

II dinner 

II own 

II undertaking 

t them 

I this 

II one (see this) 

I us I y 
fin'isher Vj^ 
fin'ishing 
fin'ishing-piress 
fin'ishing-tool ' 
Finistere' 
Finisterre' 
fi'nite 
finitely 
fi'niteness 
Fin'land 
Fin'lander 

fin'less I 

Fin'ley 

Finn 

Finn'ic 

Fin'nigan 

Finn'ish 

fin'ny i 

fin'-ray i 

Fins'bury 

fin'-spine ;• ^ 

fiord Dan.V? V 

fioritu're It 

fip I 

fip'pence 

fip'pcnny 

fir 

fir'-cone 

Firdau'si 



^^^^■<^^X_. 




fire'fly i 

fire'-gilding i 
fire'-gilt I 
fire'-god I 

fire'-grate i 

fire'-insurance i ^ 

fire'-Iadder i lv> ' | 

ftre'icss r 

.ire'lock , 

firc'-main 

firc'man 

■fire'mcn 

FIREMEN 

hre'place i 
fire'-plug I 
fire'proof i 
fire'proofing i 
fir'er i 
fire'-red i 
fire'-screen 
fire'-sct I 
fire'-ship i 
fire'-shovel 
fire'side 
fireVtower i 
fire'-trap i 
fire'warden i 
fire'wood J 
fire'work i 
fire'-worship 

FIRE. worship' 

fire'-worshiper i 

fir'kin 

firm 

fir'mament c 

firmamcn'lal 

FIRMAMENTAL 



^^X^ 




-tree 

fisc 

fis'cal 

Fisch'er 
Lfish T 

fish'able 
_F1SHABLE 

fish -backed t 

fi^h'-bait I r A. ^ 

fish'-bari — ^ ^ 

fish'-basket.ir /A JSY^ 
fish'-belHed 1 V_y Vr^ ^r yy 
^fish'-bolt I — ^ ^ 

fish'-breeder t y . (' I ■ K. I 

fish'-breedingV^-^ XV__y^ "NN-^ 
Jllfish'-chowder i 

fish'-cree! i 

fish'-culture 

fisher I 

fish'erman i 

fish'crmen 

FISHERMEN 

fish'ery : 

fish'-farm 

fish'-food 

fish"-glue r i 

fish'-god i^'^ — y-> 

fish'-goddess \ 
I Y -^ fish'hawk 1 
>w/'^>lfish'hook 1 

fish'iness i 

fish'ing I v_ 

.fish'ing-banks 

fish'ing-boat r 

fish'mg-hne ^\,,^J~^ f' V,_>/^J 

fish'ing-piace i j \ — -^ * ^ — ' 

fish'ing-tackle i 

Fish'kjll 

fish-knife 

fish-line 




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FISH-MARKET 



135 



FLASHLIGHT 




fish'-market i r i- r rr- 11 own (see your) ^ ^ I' flag'ellate C C P ^--' 

fish-mong'^r iV.^ >-r-^ ^— -^ 1 yours /Cl /Cl V-, flagellation V,- ^^-s^-j/^ 

fish-net I .J-^ -^--^i^ ^'"^'' lb/ flagellator ./t ./'^^ ./ 

fish'-oil !• I ^r ; I- K Fitcli'burg (• l flagelliform p 

fish'-plateV_y^// VV*\V_/ "* fitful V^ C . .A^- flageolet V^ 

fish'-pond I FITFUL-LY / v_ flagged .^^ 

fish'-pool II- K > Xl- <^fit'ful!y X t flag'gingly 

fish'-roc I V — ' ^ VV ^--^' fiffulness ^U C. ..\---flag'gy 

fish'-scale i FITFULNESS V_ ^--^_9 ^~"-'flagi'tious 

fish-skin i (• y-^ ^r tL/fit ly i /^ ' I' flagitiously 

fish'-sound i^ — / r V V — 4/ fitness i W. ^L^ p V flagi'tiousness V^. V^ C ^ /H 

fish'-story I — ■' fitter I \. flag-lieutenant •/ ./ ^-r— 1^' U; 

fish'-tackle i_ c- ; -^ fittest i* v,^ flagman 

fish-tail I ^^■^^K ^ — ^ ^w^'c/l" FITTEST ^ ^:-_;_^ flagmen 

fish'-warden.i ^ — '- '' '' fitting i (j FLAGMEN 

fish'way ir /~>.l" U I' 'j ^ fit'tingly I _ flag-officer 

fish'wife i^ — y W — ^Vo ^ fit'tingness I vL. *-~i_~^_5> '^-v_.v*'3fc °" 

fish'woman i fit'ting-shop i S — -' • ^y Aa'grance 

fish'women r *y^^ er^~^ Fitzger'ald yr^ xfla'grancy C C C 

fishwomenV — y\ J ^- 1 -y ~Fitzhugh' Ca <^ Kp flagrancy^^-^t-t? Vi^^ ^-"^ 

fish-worm — ^</ Fitzjames' /^ P—^ fla'grant j 

fish'y I r ; r r Fitzpat'rick • ' y fla'grantly /• p 

Fisk V_^ Vq Vq . Fitzroy' Co Co< >ii flag-ship ^-t^/' ^- i*^ ^- f 

Fiske Fitzurse' Xr,. ?J flagstaff ' \ [^ 

fis'satc r r I- Fitzwill'iam •' i i flag'-stationn p f* ^• 

fis'sile Vp y= VO five i i^ V_^ V_^ flagstone ^ ip ^ ip V_X I 

fission I •! ^ five'-fold i C—a vV^ vV F'aherty J- 

fis'sural V I! t five-leaf : 1 11 V flail 

fissura'tion - — r^j. V_« V_/, five'-pence i ^~~^ ,0^^^^ 'flake 

fissure ^ qJ. ^ five'-penny I vV_Av. J^vV^ flaked 

fis'sureless r L V fiver : . 1 r ^^ N^_^nake'let 

fist I ^ — r^^ ^ Vp five-spot t ^^c-v. V^ ^ D flake-white 

fist'ful ^- J fix I . vl vVo/ flak'iness 

FISTFUL 1 r rV la-an-and k^ .V ,X , flaky 

fistian'a Vp Vp V|>. 1 her ^ i mS^.-T^v^.flam -- ^ , 

fistic (j L_u 1_ II own (see her) 1 flam'beau 

fist'icufT 11 (' i hers V ^\ Q ^ c> flamboy'ancyr r r' 

fisficufTer Vp. Vp ^^ Vp 1 hi; __. "r^. flamboyant ^ — ; — S^— rs ^-T'/ 

fist'icufTing | 3 | 5 | 3. ir own (see his) . <^ flamboyantly 

fistula L. r ' 1- ' r ' 1 it L p ^v p '^ o flame 

fis'tulae L. Vp^ ^f^ t'/-^~-n ' '" — I- 1- 1- --flame'-color 

fistular Y Y, r ^ » own (see its) ' ° t_^flame'-colored 

fis'tulary r /i- r 1 the v^^.^k,__oi_X)flameIess 

fistulate VD>f t'" tVS 11 matter (cp. take-the).'._. .*i Tflamclet 

fistulous Y' V t^ I us flaming 

fit I >;_ t V fix'abic i- ^^ i- flamingly 

I a-an-and .r^rrr^.-FIXABLEV o ~1..V..S g flamingo . , ^ 

I another fixation \/ ^ • Flammarion' ^-^ ' ' 
none (see another) fixed i r r r flam'y 
' her "^-^-I^.-? *-T S:^ fixedly i ^ => ^^ p^>- n Flanagan' 

II own (see her) -^v---^fix'edness i -Jf ■[ Flanders 

I his (^ (,^j^ I fix'cr I r V / (• ■ flange p ^ '-^"^ 

II own (see his) rr^...rrrCl..fix'ing i ^ ^i- ^ q^^,^ flange'-joint 

I into fix'ing-balh i V q^__^ \ flange'-rail 

II a (see into) i^ i v fix'ity i r r r .(, flange'-wheel 
lit _--trr3 J .7]... fix'ture I V p \ . Vo flank P /" 

I its Lib fizz 1 I \ flanker ^--^_i'.6 

II own (see its) V *-.> ^ fizzed t i- i- r flannel 'P P 

I several ..II jJj...T.... fizzing i Vp ^^Qi^^ >= flannel-cake V .^ 

II other (sec several) <^-^ ^' V_ fizzle | f flannel-mouthed^-^ 

I such Kf, \f, ^ fiz'zling I' C C Flan'nigan 

II a (see luch). JlI J. J... flab'bcrgasi V» VjsVf\ flap 

I that ' 1- flabbergasta'tion (_J, X-c?!w>flap'doodle 

II one (see that) (. v^ v^ flab'bergastedP f P J'Map'dragonP f -"^ P 
I the ...J^..r .).. flabbily Vtv V V^ flap-eared V^, ^^* V- 

I their flab'biness ^—%\C Xo ""P'i**^'' >^ \ 7 ~ 

II own (tee their) (,. t,- (. flabby P T P flap' per P • I iO P^—'V 

1 theirs .-^.... 71... .7.. flaccid V^ V^ Vi flare Vr\ ' ^^V^ \ 

I them 1/ c/ \ flaccidity \ 1 I. flare'-up .n ^ 1 

II that V V. *^ flac'cidly P P f ' flaringly P C !/ C V 

I this ..7 .7 /...flaccidnesj Vi, Vp ^^ 1 flash V.^ ^^ — / V^^y 

II one (see this) \ * V-^ flag , |f '[^j, flash'ily 

' u» U t v^ flag-bearer P^ ' _ \ flash'incss 

I you ^ .>?;.. -flag-captain ,,^;;^ '• ^ "i flaihing _ 

•your I flagellant(^ *\ / ^ J'flash-lighl ^^— ^ V_y^ rv 




FLASH-PAN 



136 



FLORIDLY 



V 



u^ 



flash'-pan V\ P 

flash'y V^ V V_^. 

flask ._J 

flask'-shapedp 

flat 3 ^^a_^ t^ 

flat'-boat 3 A a 

flat'-bottomed 3^ 

Flafbush 

flaf-car 

flatfish 3 

flat'-footed 3 t^. , 
flat'head3 V — / 

flat'-headed 3 y^. 
flat'iron 3 '^ 
flatly 3 
flat'ness 3 

flaften 3 Ca. p 

flat'tener 3 
flat'tening 3 
fl after 3 ^^^.-^^ 
flat'terab'.e 3 

flat'tered 3 P 
flafterer 3 
flat'tering 3 

flat'terir.g'.y 3 f 
flaftery 3 
flat'test 

FLATTEST 

flat'ting3-.-- 
flaf tish 3 ^ 

flat'-tool 3 
flat'ulence 
fiat'ulency 
fiat'ulent n 

flat'ulently 'LT' 
flajnt I 

flaunt'ingly i y 
Fla'vian ^^■^^"-T^' 

Fla'vius / 

fla'vor 
fla'vorless 
flaw I 

flaw'ing I P> 
flaw'less 1 V^ 
flaw'lessly i 

flax ^ 

flax'-dresserV 
flax'-dressing 
flax'en p 

Flax'man^ 

flax'seed 
flax'y 
flay 
flay'er 
flay'iiig r 
flea I ^ 

flea-bite i 
flea'-bitten 
fleck 
flecked 
fleck'iness C 
fleckless 
flec'tion 
flec'tional r 
flec'tionless^ 
fled 

fledge n 
fledg'ling V. 
flee I / 

fleece i P" 
fleeced 1 ^ 
fleec'ing I 
fiee'cy I P* 
flee'ing x ^ 
fleer i 




fleer 

fleer'er 

fleer'ingly 

Fleet 

fleet I C 

fleet'ing i 

fleet'ingly i ^ 
flect'ingness i v 
fleet'ly i >-^ 

fleel'ness . 
Flem'ing ^^~^„C) 
Flem'ish 

flesh 

flesh'-brush 

flesh'-color 

fiesh'-colored 
, flesh'er 

flesh'ier 

flesh'iest 

flesh'iness 

flesh'ing 
* flesh'ings 

flesh'less 
^fiesh'liness 

flesh'ly 

flesh'ly-minded 

flesh'pot 

flesh'-tint P iP i 
flesh'-wound^- — >^ ^ — >* 
flesh'y 
Fletch'er 



t. 




Flint 

flint I C 

flint'glass 

flint' -hearted i •. 

flintier <^ 

flintiest ' 

^ /^flint'iness 
CI. flint'lock I 

fiint'-stone 

flint'-ware 

flint'y Ci 

'flip 

flip'-flap 

flip'pancy 

FLIPPANCY 



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^^ — y mip'pantly V.- 



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flirta'tion 

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flirta'tiousness 

flirt'ingly 

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float'er 




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flews 3 V_f 
flex 

flexed 

flexibil'ity 

flex'ible 

FLEXIBLE 

flex'ibleness 

FLEXIBLENESS 

flex'ibly 

FLKXI2LY 

flex'ile 

flex'ing 

flex'or 

flex'uous 

flex'uously 

flex'ural 

flex'ure 

fiib'berligibbet 

flick 

flick'ed 

flick'er 

flick'eringly' 

flier I 

flight I 

flight'ily ^ 

flight'iness 

flight'less I /'-T3 



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flobert 

floc'cular 

floc'culate 

floccula'iion 

floc'culence 

floc'culent 

flock 

flocked 

flock'y 

floe 

floe'-ice 

flog 

flogged 

flood 

flood 

flood 

flood'-mark 

flood'-tide 

floor 

floor'-clothf 

floor'ing 

floor'less 

floorwalker 

flop 

flop'per 

flop'py 

Flo'ra 

flo'ra • 

flo'ral P 

flo'rally ^ 

Flor'ence 

Flor'entine 

flores'ccnce 

fiores'cent ^O- 

floricurturalV./ " Vl/^7i( ^ 

flo'riculturc 

floricul'turist 

florid 

Flor'ida 

Florid'ian 

florid'ity 

flor'idly 




k^. 



o- 






FLORIDNESS 



137 FOLLOW HER OWN 

flun'kvV 1^ c C, focaliza'iion 

flunkyism t ^ focalized 

fluoresce' f" >?0 >Jl^ ^ focalizing 
fluorcs'cenceV_^^^ ^'^^' P ^^ fo'cus 

fluores'cent ^^ fo'cused 

fluor'ic p / f J-1 C ^ fo'cusing 1 1' 

fiuorideVi'/ V_/ I ^^ — / fodder V i5__^ Vj, 

flu'orin foe | 

fluor-sparV^ V_/ \_V_/ I toemen 

flurried ^ FOEMEN 

flurriedlyO n/I/- f ^y fog I y' r >— -x y 

flur'ry ^ — < r- N_/r \/ ^ fog'-alarm ^^^ ^ ' .V'-<>-r — 1 

flurrying 'C Fo'garty 1 

flush P ^/P ^r — 'y> ^, ' fog'-bank 

Flush'ing^ ■■' V — i ^ J fog'-be!l - 

flush'ing fog-bound \ ^/ 

fiushinglyn ^f—f '^ ^7"^^ fogged I 

fiushness ^^ — < I — / ^O foggier i 

fluster foggiest 1 

flus'terer P^ P P^ foggily i 

flustered ^C^ ^y V-j, ^^_ fogginess 

flustrate \/ foggy • 

flustration P fogless i 

flute 3 ^~q C_' C/ fog-signal i ^ ' v a. 

flute-player 3 r. \^ fo'gy 

flut'er 3 p I fo'gydom 

fluting 3 V^ ^^^^.'^^^^-N.fogyish 

flut'ing-machine3 V-^ v^fo'gyism 

flut'ist 3 r P fob I i-" 1'^ i'> 

flutter tL/ V ^^ foible V^ - V^ ^ 

fluttered ' ^^ ' foil i \ ( 

flut'terer P P P foil'able 1 y^ y'- /- — v /^ 

flut'teringlyv- v/V' ^ — r- 'oil'er i V„ — f '\ V. 

flut'y ^^>^ \.^ _| foiling 1 / (__^ 

flu'vial P P ^^ foi'son > V^ C 

flux Vj" *^ Lo V L= foist I ^«1_^ ^ ^ 

fluxed V_ . foisted i 

flux'ing J^ OP /^ foisfer • ti. V \/ 

fluxion V ' 'i ^V 'V 'S Foix Vi V£ X^ 

flux'ional fold 

flux-ionaryp ^ C P folder 1, ,' ^- ^ W 

flv ^ ' ?/ Vi ^ lolderol >_ Vj U^ V 

fLy < foldlcss/^^ ^ X 

fly-bitten P Cv P Fo-lcy , , ^ x, ^ . C) 

fly'-blistcr 1 ^v ^ ^^ folia'ccous 

fly 'blow I p ,lp "P fo'liagc 1, /^ \ , /^ I. /7 

flyblown iVL ""Vv Vy fo'liaie-planl VL/Y ^<ji KfL 

fly'-book I >^ n' \ i fo'liage-tree ^' \ 

fly'-brush i p P P foliate 1 , 1 . j^~j \ , Z' 

fly'-catchen'^i^ V1__-^JL. foliation VO^ ^^-T ^</" 

fly'-fisher i \ ./ Vx, folio 

fly-fishing 1 f> ^ Cv ^ -/ folk 

flying VL. ^;;;^ — ^— ^ folk'land 

FLVINC V_-/ folklore 

fly'ing-fish IP P ^^ P folk'mote 

fly-leaf I ^-''-.,.. K/ V.V^ folk-song 

fly-net i ^~V_y folk-speech 

Flynn P' P P ^1 folk'-story 1 i- 

fly'-paperiV^ V^,^ VL^l follicle >•' ^ 

fiy'-rod I X^ ^ follic'ular 

fly'ipcck 1 p r r /^ fol'low i' ^ _ ^ _ 

flytrap I <x VLr. VCi FOLLOW Vy^. 

fly'-whccl 1 \ . 1 I a 

foal . U \ U ' ="°" ^-'T-" ^^-=— <» ^ 

foaling V^ V_ ^~.^,. — » II a (see across). ... . >- 

foam ( (^ I after 

(oam'ing \, 1 ^^^_/^ii n (see after) V_^ V_^ \^^ 

foam'ingly ^^^ — ,^,_^^ ^<'^ > 1 an-and TV,..-.. r-r<-. 

foam'less ^~^ 1 another 

(oam'y 1 1' 1 11 one (3eeanother)V_ ' -.^^ V. 

lob I ^O— - V^ ^ I her - ^> 

fo'cal \ II own (»ee her) ' 



'cragc P 'yf /v 

er-de-luce' V/V (^^^/J?-'-, 



flor'idncss 

Flor'imel 

flor'in 

florist n ^ 

floss I 
floss'-silk 
flos'sy I 
flola'tion 
flotilla r^ 
Flo'tow ^ — .. 
flol'sam \ 

flounce 3 0. 
flounced 3 Vs 
floun'dcr 

flour 

flour'-bceile 
flour'-bolt 
flour'ish r •s.y\ 
flour'ishcr^ — ^fC^ 
flour'ishingly 

flout 3 

flout'er 3 Cj* 
flout'ing 3 
flout'ingly 3 
flow ^ 

flow'cr > — ^ 

flow 
flow'i 

flow'ercr 
flow'crct 
flow'erincss 
flow'erlcaf 

flow'crless 

flow'crlcssncss 

flow'cr-piccc 

flow'crpot 

flow'cr-slalk 

fiow'cry 

flow'ing 

flow'ingly 

flow'ingncss 

flown 

Floyd 

fluc'tuate 

fluctua'tionp f 1 

flue 3 ^ ' .V-/ 

flue -boiler 3 U 

Fluellcnn v^c/ 

fluency ViT* 

flu'eni 

flu'enily 

Hu'entness 

fluff 



fluffy 
fluid 
flu'idal 

fluid'ic 

fluidify 

flutd'ifying 

fluidity 

flu'idize 

flu'idized 

flu'idizing 

flu'idness ' 

flu'id'Ouncc 

fluke ^ 

fluk'y V ! 

flume 
flum'meryi 
fluni; 
flunk 








FOLLOW HIS 



138 



FOR MANY THINGS 




:c your 

->- 

ID b 



'his ^ 

I) own (see his) 
I into 



I its 

II own (see its 
I out 
I several 

ti other (see several) 

I such 

II a (see such) 

I that (^ 

II one(see that)-a 

I the 

II matter (cp. take-lhe) 
* thejr 
ri course 
II own 
I theirs 

I them 

II that (see them) 
I there 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I us 

I upon 

II a (see upon) 
I your 

n own (see your) 
1 yours 

fol'lowed 

FOLLOWED 

fol'lower 1" ^ — s. 
followerVj* \ 
fol'lowing 

following 
fol'ly I 
foment' 
fomenta'tioni 
foment'er 
fond I 

Fond du Lac I'' 
fond'er i 
fond 'est i 
fon'dle 
fon'dlcd 
fond'ness i 
Fonse'ca 
font I 
Fontaine 
Fontainebleau 
fon'tanel 
Fontenoy 
food 3 
food'less 3 
fool 3 
fool'ery 3 
fool'hardihood 3 
fool'hardily 3 

foorhardiness3 n 
fool'hardy 3 
fool'ing 3 
fool'ish 3 
fool'ishly 3 
fool'ishness 3' 
fool'-ki 
fools'cap 3 
foot 3 
foot' ball 3 
foot'-bath 3 '^ - 
foot'-board 3 >/ 
foot'boy 3 
foot'-breadth 3 
foot'bri,igc 3 




.-_^..v. 



'C^ 



^ 



.-Oc- 




Foote 

foot'fall 3 Kj 
foot'-fight 3 
foot'-gear 
foot'-hill z^^-^ 
foot'hold 3 
foot'ing 3 
footless 3 
foot'light 3 

foot'-loose 3 
foot'man 3 
foot'mark 3 
foot'men 

FOOTMEN 
foot'note 3 

foot'pace 3 
foot'pad 3 
foot'-passenger 

FOOT-PASSENGER 

foot'path 3 

foot'plate 3 
foot'-pound 3 
foot'print 3 
foot'-race -^ 

foot'-rail 3 
foot'-rest V>/ 
foot'-rot *^ 
foot'-rule' 3 
foots 3 V/^ 

foot'-soldier 

foot'-sorft 3 
foot'step 

FOOTSTEP 

foot'stone 3 
foot'stool 3 
foot'-stove 3 
foot'-ton 3 
foot'-v/armer 3 ^ 
foot'way J- 

foot'-worn 3 

fop I i^y 

fop'ling 1 
fop'pcry I 
fop'pish I 
fop'pishly I 

fop'pishness i 

for 

FOR 




l^' 






W 



' ^^.r^ 




tail 
her 
own (see her) 

II his f* 

III own (see his)^-'-© 
II it . 



II its 'PC f 

III own (see its)^ ^ — , V_^ 



O^'v^ V 



II other 

III persons (see other) . . ^ 
ji such ) K * 

a (see such)^ p Q^Q_i> 

II persons ^y? ^yi ^^ 

II places £ / XD 

II purposes. p P ^5^(t 
fi that 

III one (see that) 



I an 

II amount 

I and 

II against V.^^^ \ 

I another ^^-^ o 

II one (see another) 
I as much 

III as 

nil possible 
I being 

I certain 

II purposes (see cer- 
I Christ [t^'") 
I Christ's sake 
I collection 

I defendant 
I defense 

I every 

II man (see every) 
1 everybody 
I example 
I fear 1 1 

I further ^--^^cr 

II reasons (see furthe 
I future I I 
1 general V^. V^ 
I great \. J 

I he >- . 

II is (see he) V^ V.^ 

I her 

II own (see her) 
I hers 
I herself 
I him I 
I himself ^'w — . 
I his 

own (see his)\^ 

I how many 
days (see many) 

II much 

I I 

II am (see I) 

11 have 

HI a (see have)^ 

II know 

III a (see knowh 

II think 

III that (see think) 

II was t I 

III a (see was) V^^ V.^ 
I instance ) 

I it 

II has " ^ ^ 

III been (see has) ~ - 
II is 

in not (see is) Vo V^i^ 

I its 

II ow^n 

III sake 

I less 

II than I 

I many 

II things (see many) 




-^"^ 



^ 



^^^ 



^ 



FOR MORE 



139 



FORELOCK 




I more 

II than (sec morey 

I most 

II reasons (see most) 

I no 

II time 
I nobody 

I none __ 

I notwithstanding" 

I now 

I one 

II day (see one) 

I one's 

II own (see one's)' 
I oneself 

I other 

II reasons (see other)^ 
I perhaps 
I possibly 
I probably 
I several 
M other (see scveral)i 

I some 

II reason (see some) 

I somebody 1 i ,^ 

II el se (see somebody)V^— ^-.^-^ 

I something 1^^ 

II else (see something) 

I such 

II a (see sue! 

I that V ^ I V 

II one (see that) V^ V^ V^ 

I the ** 

II account (cp. in-the) 

II first part 

III time 



I III his (see of) 1 

V_-r-^i we ^ 

II are (see we) 



I v/ere it i 

III not (see were it)^--^ 






9U \\.\\, Llllll £ J 




II purpose (of) 
II sake (of) 
II second time 
II third time 
11 w^orld 

I their 

II credit 
II honor 
II interest 







wne never 
1 a (see whenever) 

I where ( 

II it (see where) ^ 

I which 1 

II a (see w^hich)^--_ 

I who / 

II can (see who) 
I v/hom 
I whose 

I you 

II are (see you) 
'i your 

II own (see your) 
yours 
yourself 

lor'age .^ ^ 

for'a^cr V^v 

For'aker 

fora'men L. 

foram'ina L, 

ForamJnif'cra 

foraminiferal 

foraminif'crous 

forasmuch 

for'ay 

for'ayer 

forbade' 

forbear' 

forbcar'ancc 

forbear'er 

forbear'ing'< 

forbear'ingly 

Forbes 

forbid' A 

forbid'den 

forbid'dingly 

forbid'dingness^'S' 

bore' 
forborne' 

For'bus {"^ y\^/ '- 

forby' 

force 

forcc'able 

FORCEABLE' 

forced 
for'cedly 
for'cedness* 
forceful 

FORCEFUL.LY \\ 1 ^ 

forcc'fully 1 ''^x^ 

forcc'fulnessV-^'v^ 

FORCEFULNESS 

force'Icss 
force'mcal^ 

for'ccps 

force'-pump 

for'ccr 

for'ciblc 

FORCIBLE 




ford'less 
fore 
I and aft 

foreadmon'ish 
foreadvise 

'foreallege' 

fore '-and -aft' 
f A^ /fforeappoinl' 

^^xy"^ t/ Iforeappoint'ment 

FOREAPPOINTMENT 
fore'arm (n.) 
forearm' (v.) 
forebear' 
forebode' 
forebode'ment 

forebod'er 
forebod'ingly" 
fore' body 

fore'brain 
.fore'cast (n.y 
forecast' (v.) 
forecast' er 
fore'caslle 
fore'-cited 
foreclose' 
foreclosed' 
oreclo'sing 
foreclos'ure 
foreconceive 
fore'court 



fore'de 

foredesign 

foredesign'ing 

foredeter'mine" 

FOREDETERMI 

fore do' 
foredoom' 
y* ' y\ foredoom'ing 
fore'-end 
fore'father 
fore feel 
fore'finger 
•jforc'fool 
fore' front 

forego' 

forcgo'er 

foregone' 

fore'ground 

fore 'hand 

fore'handed 




'°^='":;^-v<L/i^k-/^ 




^ 



I administration 

I bill 

I word 
for'cigncr 
for'cignism 
FOREIGNISM^ 
for'eignizc 



I J? 1 U ■ for'cignnessi' 

X^ NoC^^^-sX forejudge- ^ ^ 



forejudged 



1 1 1^ v^^ forc'judgment 



foreknew' 
for'cibleness ^ y~\. \. ^-v^P foreknow' 
NESSNf N N/ ■ 



II may (>ee they) 

I this 

II one (tee this) 



I us 

I want 

II of 



^ 






FORCIBLEN 
for'cibly 
POKCIBLY 
forc'ing-housc 

ng-pit 
Ford 

ford 

ford'able 

ford';<blenc33 





foreknow'able 

foreknow'cr 

forcknow'ing 

foreknow'ingly 

forcknowTcdgc' 

FOREKNOWLEDGE 

foreknown 

fore'land 

fore'lock 



^_9 



FOREMAN 



140 



FORSWORN 



forc'man 
fore'manship' 

FOREMANSHIP 

fore'mast 
fore'mastman 

FOREMASTMAN 

fore'mastmen 

FOREMASTMEN 

fore'men 

FOREMEN 

fore'mentioned 
fore 'most 
fo re' mostly 

FOREMOSTLY 

fore 'name 

fore'named 

fore'noon 

fore'notice 

foren'sic 

foren'sical 

foreordain 

foreordina'tion 

fore'part 

fore'payment 

fore'-piecei 

foreplan' 

forepoint' 

fore'post.^ y\^{ 

fore'rankV^ Ni 

forereach' 

forerun' 

forerun'ner 

foresaid' 

fore'sail 

foresaw* 

fore say' 

foresee' 

foresce'ingly 

foreseen' 

forese'er 

foreshad'ow 

foreshort'en 

foreshort'ening 

foreshow' 

foreshowed' 

foreshown' 

foreshow' er 

fore'sight 

foresig'nify 

foresig'ni^ing 

fore'skin 

for'est t^ /p 1^ 

for'estageV../^ ^ 

for'estal 

forestall' 

forestall'er 

forestall'ing 



i ■ /«-_-d. loriena 
X./ ' Uorgath 




foretop'sail 

forev'er 

FOREVER 

I and ever 

forewarn' 
forewent' 

fore'woman 
fore'women 
FOREWOMEN 
For'far 
For'farshire 
for'feit 
for'feitablei"^ 
for' fe iter 
for'feit ing 
for'feiturei'' 
-forfend' 




forgave 
iorge 

forgeabil'ity 
forge'able 1 
forge'master" 
for'ger 
k./^ for'gery i 

^ FORGERY^C^,,^ 

forget' y 

forget'able A 
forget'abicness 
forget'ful 




FORMAL 1 ^ 

form'alismv:r^ 
FORMALISM 

form'alist 

FORMALIST' 
formal'ity 

1" y\^ FORMALITYi 
<::r-^ form'alize VrT" 
FORMALIZE 

form'alized 

FORMALIZED' 

form'ally 

FORMALLY! | 

forma'tion Vc~^ 
forma'tional 
form'ative 
form'er 

FORMER 
I trial 

for'merly 

FORMERLY 

for'mic 

Formi'ca 

for'mican 

for'micanti'' 

for'micary 

for'micate 

formica'tion 

formidab:i ity 

for'midable 

for'midab'T-^ess 

for'mjdabiy 
form'ing 

lorm'less 
fcrm'lcss'.y 
mlessne: 




k^v 




FORGETFUL-LY 
forget'fuUy 
forget'fulness 
forget'-me-nct 
forget'ter '"^^^ 
forget'ting!y V-^'^^''' 

forg'ing-hainmer I, ^^^ '7~~)- 
forg'ing-machine ^^/^*^ 
forg'ing-pressl^^^^y^^ Vl//-'Xf°' 
foreiv'able /o^ ■ c-.. /c<, Formosa 

for'mula L 



forgiv'able 

FORGIVABLE 

forgive' 

forgive'ness 

forgiv'er ^< 

forgiv'ingly 

forgiv'ingness 

forgo' 

forgo'er 




^(, /8-^forgone''< 
^ ^^ forgot' 

W forgot'ten 
(' .^^2>-'fork 
V_XK forkedly 

fork'edness 




for'estine 

for'estless i-' JVo i^ ^- 1 . y[ forlorn'ly/: 

for'estrv ^^~/v ^^^ I ^C^ bforlorn'ne: 



for'estry 
fore'taste' 
fore'tasteri ^v 
fore'teeth V^^ U 
foretell' 

foretell'er 
fore'thought 
fore 'lime 
fore' token 
foretold' 
fore tooth 

fore'top I 

foretopgal'lant 
foretop'mast 





form 

f his 

I some 

II other (see some) 

I something 

II else (see something) r 
I the 

iinext(cp.do-the) 
I their 




for'mulae L. 

FORMULA 

for'mular 

formularis'tic 

formulariza'tion 

for'mularize 

for'mularized 

for'mularizing 

for'muisrj'' 

for'mulate 

formula'tjon 

(or'mulato 

for'mulism 

formuliza'tion 

for'mulize 

for'mulized 

For'ney 

for'nicatei^ 

fornica'tion 

for'nicator 

for'nicstress' 

for'nices 

for'nix L.r^ 

For' rest ^ 

forsake' 

forsak'eni 
forsak'er V 
forsook' 
forsooth' I 
For'ster V 
forswear' 
forswear'er 
forswore' 
forsworn' 




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FORT 



141 



FOXTAIL 



fort 1 

I Donelson^C^ 

I Duquesne 

I Jackson 

I Pickens 

I Pillow 

I Pulasici 

1 Scott 

I S:ni:h 

I Sumter 

I Ticonderoga' 

I Wayne 

1 Worth 
fon'alicc 
forte 
for'te It' 




:^^^ 



II a (see such) 

I that 

II one (see that) _ 
ithe 1 \i^ 

/"^ II matter (cp. take-the)Vj^/ 

I them 

II that (see them)| 

I this 

II one (see this) 

I us I 
which V^ 

II a (see which) 
I whichever 1 1 

I your V^y V^ 

II own (see your 








lortelt. I ^1 I, y, lyours 1 1 1 

fortc-pia'no It.V_/ I ^ — ^'N^--/ JI— ^for'warder V^ ^-j^J'^^ 

For'tcscue '^^ '^for'warding fc ^^ 



forth'coming 

forthcom'ingncss ^^ /f^ 
forth'going \ 
forth-ts'suing 




for'w^ardly 
.for'wardness' 
^or' wards 
orzan'do It 
Fos'cari 
foss X 




^^ I fossilif'erous 1' ^,^~^ 
fossilifica'tion^-^ d 



forth'right 'o/^/C^ { . yf y\ fos'sa L. 

fortb'rightness 

forthwith' 

for'tieth 

for'tifiablc 

fortifica'tion 



^ 




FORTIFICATIONi 

for'lificr 

for'lify 

for'tifying 

For'linbras' 

fortis'simo It 

for'titudci'' 1/ 

fort' nigh iV.-^ V^,.-^ 

forl'nightly 



for'trcss /c-^ ■' 1' 

fortuitism \ ^— '^ ^ — ^ 
fortuitist b "^J"^ ~5 



us 1' i' 1' foster-brother j^/ Os. ^ Vii 

usly^^ 1_ V./U/'V../I FOSTER-BROTHERVi''' %\.-5V 

usness "o ~). <«5_P fos'tcr-child "/ ^ 

fcs'tcr-dam li. , 1 |C,|-|'' 
fos'tcr-daughterVi I — i^O' h Vj. 
fos'tered I I ' 

1' iC ' UL ■^' fo' 



fortu'itous 
forlu'ilo 
fortu'itousness 
fortu'ity 1' 
Fortu'na^ — ^' 
fortunate "^ 
for'tunatcly 
for'tunatcncss' 
Fortuna'tui 

for'tune 

fortune-book' 

for'luneles^ 

fortune-teller 

f'»r lunc-telling* 

f-ortu'ny 

forty-nin'er^' — /^l ^^ — ^L_^V 
fo'rum V 

for" ward ^ .1 '■ 

f another ^t/V-j/ 
II one (r.ee another) 

I her 

■1 own (tee her)' 

I his 

II own (ice hi>) 
I it 

I its 

II own (sec its) 

I aeveral 

II other (tec tcvcral 

I some 

II other (sec some)' 
I such 



FOSSILIFICATION 

fossil'ify 

fossil'ifying' 

fos'silism 

fos'silisl / 

fossili2a'tionV=> 

fos'silize (j 

fos'silized 

fos'silizing 

Fos'ter 

fos'ter I ^ 

fos'tcragc Vli 

fos'lcr-babe 

foster-brother 



^ 






b- 



^' 




-fc.. 






fos'terer 1 

fos'ter-father' 

fos'tcrhood 

fos'terling 1- ij: 
fos'tcr-motherV^ vo 
fos'ter-nurse "j 
fos'ter-sister QJ, rf 
fos'tcr-son ^ Q Vi* 
ifostrcss Vi*n 

Foth'cringay 
Foucaulf 
Fouch^' 
^fought I 
fought'en t 
fauls 

[^ul-r-a^-^^'.^O^ V 

fouresl 3 ^(f^ 

foul'-faced 31 ^ I i p^' 
fouling 3 VA "^ y, VJ 
foully 3 a(_J, 

foul'-mouthed 3 




^N^Vf foulness 3 ^ y^ 

il) tl_^^- V foul'-spokcn 3 ^t_ /iQ_j 

I I foul'-tongucd 3 I C-i ' 



founda'tion ^^' 

tional '^j^ 
tionless 

founda'tion-stone 

founder 3 

found'ing 3 

found'ling 3 
found'ress 3 
found'ry 3 
found'ryman 3 
found'rymen 
FOUNDRYMEN 
fount 3 

foun'tain O 

foun'tain-head 

foun'tainless 
foun'tain-pen '^^-^ 
Fouqu^' b 

four 

fourchette' F 
four'-cornercd 

four'fold 

four'footcd 

four'handed 

four'-horse 

Fourier' 

Fou'rierism 
I y^ Fou'rierist 
^^ voFouricris'tic 
^^ Fou'rierite 

four'-in-hand 

four'-o'clock 

four'-part 

four'pence 

four'penny 

four'-poster 

four'-poundcr 

four'score 

four'square' 

four'teen 1, ^ 

fourteenth ^ — /J 
V fourth 
^fourth'-class 

fourthly 

fourth'-rate 

four'-way 

four'-wheeled 

four'-wheeler 

fo'vea I 

veal V_ 

vcate 

vcated 
fovc'ola 
fowl 3 I 

Fowl'cr I f/- — k I V — s. 
fowler 3 V/ ' \ V( '\ 
fowling 3 
fowl'ing-piece 3 
Fox 

fox ' 

fox'-chase 1' I'Ns 

Foxe 

foxed 

fox Tire 

fox'glove 

fox'-grape 

fox'houndi^ 

foxhunt 

fox'-huntcr 



■ft. 







> 



1 -'-oy^ fox'-hunling 
V( N — afox'iness" 
fox'ing 

>-i fox'likc 

V found 3 ^'Ll ^^^ ^'^ fox'-squirrel 

I a-an-and(cp. find) I 



fox'iail 




FOXY 



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gal'lant 

gal'lantly 

gal'lantness 

gnl'lnnlry 

.Gf.rialin 

gill'-bladder i 



KT 




_/n-_n. 



-M —O 




gall'-cyst I xTC) 
gall'-duct I — ( 
garieon ' ^^ 
gallery ^ 

galleys ' — 

gal'ley-proof 3 

gal'ley-rack 3 
gal'ley-slave 3 . 
gallfly I 
Gallia 
gall'iard - 
gal'lic 

Garlic 
, Gal'lican 
I church 
Gal'licanism 
Gal'lica 
Gal'licism 

Gallicize 

Gallicized 

'galligas'kins 

Gallina'ceas L. 

gallina'cean 

gallina'ccous 

gall'ing I X7~- 
gallingly i 1,^^ 
gallingness i 
gal'linipper 
gal'lipot 
gal'lium 

gallivant' 
gall'nut I — 
Galloma'nia 

Galloma'niac 

gal'lon 

galloon' 

gal'lop 

gal'lopadc — — 
galloper 
Gal'loway 
gallows — 
gal'lows-bird 

gal'lows-tree ^^• 

gall'-stone i 1 ' 

Gal'lus 

galop' F. ^ 

galore' —f ' 

galosh' I 

galoshcd' >-^ ' 

Gait C 7— 

Gallon 

Galva'ni '' — n ^ — n 

galvan'ic ^-^-^ *, 

galvan'ical 

gnl'vanism 

gal'vanizalion 

galvanize 

■tic" 
jicriza'tion 



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^LTp. 



147 



GALVANOCAUTERY 



148 



GAS-INDICATOR 



galvanocau'IeryV,^^ 
galvanol'ogist ' 

galvanol'ogy 
galvanomagnet'ic . 

GALVANOMAGNETIC 

galvanom'eter 

galvanomet'ric 

galvanomet'rical 

galvanom'etry 

galvanoplas'tic 

galvanoplas'ly_ 

galvan'oscope ' 

galvanoscop'i< 

Gal'veston 

Gal'vin 

Gal'way 
Ga'ma 
Gama'liel ' 

gamash'es 
gamba'do 
Gambet'ta 







gam'bling-house 

gamboge' "Ty 

gambo'gian / 

gambo'gic 

gam'bol 

gam'boled 

gam'brel 

Gambri'nus 

game 

game'-bag 

game'-bird 

game'cock 

game'-egg 

game'-fish 

game'fowl 

game'ful 

game'k:eeper_ 

game'less 

game'ly 

Gam'elyn 
game'ness 
game'-preserve 

GAME-PRESERVE 

game'-preserver 

game'some 

game'somely 

game'someness 

game'ster 

game'stress 

gam'ic 

gamin' F. 

gam'ing 

gam'ing-house 

gam'ing-room 

gam'ing-table 

gam'ma 3 

gam'mer 

gam'mon 

Gamp 

gam'ut 

gam'y 

gan'der 

gang 3 

gang'-drill 

gang'er 

Gan'ges 

Ganget'ic 

gan'glia 

gan'gliac 





gan'glial ^^ 

- . gan'gliar 
i/gan'gliate 
gan'gliform 

gan'glion ^ 

gan'glionary 
gan'glionated 

ganglion'ic 

j_^/'gan'glionIes3 
gan'glious " 
gang'-master 
gang'-plank 
ang'-plow ■ 
gang'-press 
gang'-punch 
"gan'grenate - 
gan'grenating 
gan'grene 

gan'grenous 

gang'-saw. 

gang'way 

gang'way-Iadde 

Gano' 

gan'oid 

> ganoid'al ?■ 

' ganoid'ean -/ 
Ganoi'dei 
ganoid'ian 
ganl'let — 
Gan'ymede 

gaol i^ 

gaol'er r 
gap 3 

gape 3 s 

gap'er 3 
gape'seed 3 
gape'worm 3- 
gap'ingly 3 
gar 3 
arb 



gar'bage. 
.gar'ble 
gar'bler 
"Garcia 
garden' F. 
gar'dant 3 
gar'den c-=^_; 
gar'dener 
gardenesque'c- 
gar'denless 
"gar'den-party 
gar'den-plot <r— n 
gar'den-sluff J-*-' 
Gardiner 

Gard'ner 
^ar'eth ^ 
'Gar'field 
gar'fish 3 
Gargan'tua _ 
Gargan'tuan 

"gar'gle . 
gar'goyle ,__^ 
Garibal'di 
Garibal'dian 
gar'ish 
gar'ishly 

gar'ishness yj - 
Gar'land __^^'^^ 
gar'land 




r^ 



r.^' 



^_/i. 



-^-—"-—^. gar' Ian dry 



gar'lic 

gar'lic-eater 

gar'Iicky 

gar'ment 

gar'mentless 




Gar'ner 
gar'ner 
gar'nering 

^gar'net 

gar'net-rock 

gar'net-work 
^gar'nish c— ^: — -a 

garnishee' ^ 

garnisheed' 

gar'nisher 

gar'nishment 

gar'niture 

Garonne' 

gar'pike 3 

gar'ret 

Gar'relson 

Gar'rett 

Gar'rick 

Gar'rison 
'fgar'rison 

gar'risoning 

Gar'rity >y 

garrole' —^ ' 

garrot'er 

garrot'ing 

garru'lity 

gar'rulous 

gar'rulously 

gar'ru'iousness 

garter 

gar'ter-anake 

garth 

Gart'ner 

Gar'ver 

Gar'vey 

gas 3 
I Co. 

gasalier! 

gas'-bag -^=^ 

gas'-boiler 

gas'-bracket 

gas'-burner 

gas'-check -^rP 

gas'-coal L:— 

Gascogne' 

Gascoigne' 

gas'-company 

GAS-COMPANY 

gas'-compressor 
,. Gas'con — 

I gasconade' 

gasconad'er ■ 

gas'-condenser 

Gas'cony — ^~r'^ 

gase'ity —^ ~^ — ^* 

gas' -engine l </ <J^_^ 

gas'-engineer 

gas' ecus — -> 

gas'eousness / 

gas'-field 

gas'-fitter 
^ gas'-fixture 

gas'-furnace 

gas'-gage 

gas'-globe 

gas'-governor 

gash 3 — n 

gas'-heater -^ 

gas'-holder 

gasifica'tion 

GASIFICATION 

gas'iform 

gas'ify 

gas'ifying 

gas'-indicator 




r-^^y 



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GAS-JET 



149 



GEMINATIVE 



gas'-jet 
Gas'kell 
gas-lamp 3 
gas'light 3 
gas'-lighted 3 
gas'-lighting 3 
gas'-machine 
gas'-main 3 
gas'-meler 3 
gas'-motor 3 
gas'oline 
gasom'eter 
gasomct'rtc 
gasomct'rical — - 
gasom'elry 

gas-oven — € 

gasp X^ 

Gasparin' 

GaspS' 

gaspingly 

gas-pipe 

gas'-plant 

gas'-range 

gas'-register 

gas'-regulator 

gas'-retort 

gas'sing 3 

gas'-stovc 
gas'sy 3 
gas'-tank 

gas'teropod rq — ^- - 

Gastcrop'oda iV T ^ 

gastcrop'odan '' \ 

gasterop'odous — jn- I. — iP 

gaslight t , -^v I* 

Gaston* X 

gas'lral — ^ > ^ _-« 

gastral'gia L. Y — :f^ i 




I a 

I against 



gate'wisc 

Gath 

gath'er 

I an-and 

I another 

II one (see another) 
I his 

I into 

II a (see into) 
I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 

I our 

II own (sec our) 
I ours 
I ourselves 



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ax\ 




I the 

II next(cp.do-the) . 
I us 

I way 
gav'el 
gav'elkind 
Gav'eslon 
Gavin 
gav'ot 
Gavroche' ^^ 
Ga'wain — ■ 'f 
gaw^k I 

gaw^ked i ^~ 1 

gawk'ier I 

gawk'iest i 
gawk'y I 
gawp I 




I some 

II other (see some) J 

I something 

II else(see something) 

I the — ^ — ^ — ^ 

II next (cp. do the) <^-^^^>' f^-~^ 

I their — r\ 

II account J 
II own / 
I theirs 
I them 

I themselves 
I there 

s 
account (see this) ; 
together , 
I you 
gath'crable 

GATHERABLE- 



^- I the 

t, ithi 

N II aci 

f J. I tog 



gas'-trap 

£;as'tric 

gastri'tis L, 

gas'trocele 

gastrocol'ic 

gastroduode'nal 

gastroduodeni'tis 

gastro-cntcr'ic 

gastro-entcri'tis L, 

ga3tro-esopha'gea^ 

gastrohepat'ic 

gaatro-intcs'tinal 

gas'lronome 

gastron'omer 

gastronom'ic -| 

gastronom'i cal 

gastron'omist 

gastron'omy | 

gastroparal'ysis 

gastropneumon'ic 

gaslroplen'ic 

gastrot'omy 

gaitrovas'cular 

gas-wcll 

gas'-works 

Galch ~-y 

gate ./ 

galc'-house 

gaic'-kccpcr 

gate'Ieas 

gate'man 

gate'men 

OATEMEN 

gatc'-moncy 
gate '-post 
Gairi 
gale'way 






gath'ering-string 

gath'cring-thrcad , r\ ^ 

Gat'ling J<- , 

gauche F. 

gauchcrie' F. ~i~9* 
gaud I ^ 

gaud'ier x 
i^aud'iest x 
S\— gaud'ily x 
*(. gaud'incss i 
^^aud'y X 





gaz'ing 
gaz'ing-stock 
gear i 

gear'ing i 

gear'ing-chain 

gear'ing-wheel 

gear'-wheel 

geek 

Gecrs 

geese I 

Gehen'na „ 

Gei'erstein' 

Gei'ger ^ 

Gei'kie c — 

Geis 

gel'atin / 

gelat'inate /-=<— ' 

gclat'inating 

gclatina'tion » 

gelatin'iform f-^^—P 

gelatiniza'tiun 

gelat'inize / / / ' ^ 

gelatinized /-^^/"^ >^^V^^-^ 

gelat'inizing 

gel'atinoid t 1 t 

gclai'inous Hr" h^ f^y^- 
gelat'inously 
gelat-'inousncss / 

|cid h-^ -r - 

geld'ing 

gel'id / 

gelidly .J 
gelid'ity 

gel'idness 

Cell 

Gel'lcrt 

gcrscmine 

gclsc'mium L. 

gem 

Gcma'ra 
gcm'-cngraving 



gcm'inatc 




/ 




■^ ^^ 



gem maleiy / it 

_« gemination /i,,^^/' 0*r~~~~^- 

gcm'inativc ^y " * I 



GEMINI 



150 



GESTICULATORY 





1 ogize /. y. /. 

.I'ogized ^ _/ ^-/ 
il'ogizing^v ifv 1^^ 

■"■■ 4 ^ ^N 

\/2 



/v 






^ 



gem mmg / 
gem'-ring/^^.^_^ 

gem'-slone 

gendarme' F. . 

gendarmerie' 

gendarmes' F. 

gen'der / 

gen'derless C._;^^^ 

genealog'ic 

genealog'ical y 

genealog'ically/-/ 

geneal'ogist ^^~^ 

geneal'ogize 

geneal'i 

geneal 

geneal'ogy /. y 

gen'era ^ ^ ^ 

generabil'ity "'* 

gen'erable 

gen'eral 

GENERAL 

generalis'simo 

generality 

gen'eralizable 

generaliza'tion 

GENERALIZATION 

gen'eralize 

GENERALIZE / / 

gen'eralized c/ <^ . 

GENERALIZED _^V 

gen'eralizer 
gen'eralizing 
gen'erally 
GENERALLY / 
gen'eralship (/ 
gen'erate 
gen'erating / 

generation ^^-..^ 
GENERATION * 

I after generation 
gen'erative 
gen'erator 

generic / / / 

generical ,/^^_ .^^^^^^ <L<.^ 
gener ically * 

gener'icalness / / / 

generos'ity </. ^. ^/p ^/^ 

gen'erous ""^ '^^ '^j i 

gen'erously y / 

gcn'erousness V </^,._p 
Genesee' f i 

geneses / / 

gen'esis f^ f^ 

genet' 

genet'ic /. 

genet'ical C^ — 
genet'ically 
Gene'va 
Gene'van 
Gene'vanism' 

Gcnevese' 
Genevieve 
gen'ial 

genral'ity /• 
gen'ia'.Iy ,^/^ 
gen'ialness 

ge'nii L. /• 
gen'ital C^^ 
gen'itals v 
gen'itive y 
gen'it'jce A 
gen'ius n^ 




r 



L 

i / 



"^ 



■4 ^ 







Gennes'aret 
Gen'oa 
Genoese' 
genre F. 
gens L. 
Gen'seric 
genteel' 
genteel'ly 
en'tes L. 
gen'tian / 
geri'tile C^ 
gen'titism 

gentil'ity 

gen'tle 

gen'llefolk 

gen'tle-hearted 

gen'tle-hearte'dness 

gen'tleman 

GENTLEMAN 

gen'tIemanhood</ 

gen'tlemanlike 

gen'tlemanliness 
gen'tlemanly J, 
gen'tlemanship 
gen'tlemen 
GENTLEMEN 
I of the jury 
gen'tleness 
gen'tler 
gen'tlest 
gen'tlewoman 
gen'tlcwome 
GENTLEWOM 

gen'tly 

gen'try 

genuflect 

genuflec'tion 

gen'uine 

gen'uincly 

gen'uineness 

ge'nus 

geocen'tric 

geocen'trical 

geocen'trically 

ge'ode 

geodes'ic 

gecdes'ical 

geod'esist 

geod'esy 
geodet'ic 
geodet'ical 

geodet'ically 

geodet'ics 

Geoffrey 

geog'rapher /- /• ^ 

geograph'ic /— ^^~N /— ^ 

geograph'ical 

geograph'ically 

geog'raphy 

geoiog'ic 

geological A^- z^- 

geolog'icalIy/;j/_ \<i— 

geol'ogist 

gcol'ogize 

geol'ogized 

geoKogizing 

geol'ogy 

ge'omancer 

ge'omancy 

geoman'tic /- y ^ 

geoman'tical A^ — fKz ( 

geom'cter 
geomet'ric 
geomet'rical 
gcomel'rically 



geometri'cian /. O 
geom'etry ^-< 
George 

il 

ill 

I ni 

George'tov;n 

Geor'gia 

Geor'gian 

Georgian'a 



/X 



/ 



Y Georgi na 



; 
/ / 

1. L L 



L" '"J L" Vl_p/Ge!-'a!dine l^ 



" CGer'ard 

__£-^gera'nium 
"Ger'ber 
Ger'des 










I -L i 
- -^ -L 



1/^' /^' 




J'<7/l^ P^, 



germ 9 

Ger'mainc /-— s 
ger'man 

Ger'man 
germane' 

^ERMANE 

_Gerraa'nia 

'germania 
German'ic 
German'icus 
manism 
manist 
rmaniza'tion Q 
Ger'manize /^-r^ 
Ger'mantown ') 

Ger'many 
germ'-disease 
ger'micidal 
ger'micide 
gcr'miculture 
germicul'turist 
ger'minal 3 
Germinal' ^~> 
ger'minant ^"^ 
ger'minate 
germina'tion A— -.,_^ 
ger'minative ' | 

germ'lcss Q /-ts 
G^rGme' A-V' 
Geron'imo 
Gerry ly 

gerryman'der/' 
Ger'stcr 

Ger'trude " v. 
ger'und ^V 

gerun'dial " 

gerun'dival /• 
gerun'dive yQ 
gerun'dively >- 

Ger\-ais' )y^, 

Geryi'nus. J^ ^ 

Ge'ryon 

Ges'ner 

Gesne'rian 

Ges'sler 




gesta tion 
^-^ ges'tatory 
gestic'ulate 
gesticula'tion 
/*/^ — gestic'ulator 
^^ gestic'ulatory 



i ^ i 



GESTURE 



151 



GINGERBREAD 



T^ {T ^ 



.^ .^ 



ges'ture 

ges'turclcss 

get 

I a 

I aboard , .^ 

I above 

II a (see above) 

I across . 

II a (sec across) \5- 

I ahead 

II of 
I along 

M a (see along) 
I an-and ^^ 

1 another Q^^ 

M one (see another) 

I at ^ 

II a (see at) 
I back 
I clear 

I close 

II up 

I down — . — I 

II the (see down) \ J 
I drunk 

I even 

I her 

II own (see her) 

I hers „_ __ 

I herself ^ ^ 

I him 

I himself ,_-^ — ^ ^^^— ; 

I his 

II own (see his) 

I home _j?._^^ — >— ^ 

I into 

II a (see into) 
I it 
I its 



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c 



n "L 



1 



^ 



"^ 



II one (see this) 

I through __ 

II a (see through)^^^ 

I to be 
I up 

I upon 

II a (see upon) 
tus _. 
It into \ 

III a (see into) 
I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours ^ 
I yourself ^ 

gct'able 

Gethscm'ane 

get'ter 

get'ter-up 

Get'tysburg 

get'-up 

gew'gaw 3 

gew^'gawcd 

Gey'er 

gey'ser 

gcy'seric 

ghast'lier 3 

ghast'Iiest 3 — 

ghast'Iiness 3 

ghastly 3 

Ghats ^-1 
Ghe'ber -b 

Ghent 
gher'kin 
Ghetto It 
Ghib'elline 




gid'dier 1 •:— 1 
gid'diest I L..^^ 
gid'dily I "M 

gid'diness i t— i- 
Gid'dings l._p 

gid'dy X 
gid'dy-head i 



^\ ^Y 



gid'dy-head i ■: — i- : — i- yy.: — i- 
gid'dy-headed i V'^ L 

gid'dy-paced i ( Ni 

1^' 



gid'dy-pate i r— i- 
gid'dy-pated i L 
Gid'eon 
Giers 
Gif'ford 
gift I 
I of God — ^ 

gift'ed 

gift'edness 

gift'-entcrprise r-^ 

GIFT-ENTERPRISE 

g'gl 

gigante'an 

gigantesque' 

gigan'lic 

glgan'tically 

gigantom'achy 

gigged 

gig'g's 

gig glef ^^_ 

gigof F. 

gig'-saw 
Gilbert 
Gil Bias' 



=u 



4.1 



4- 



II own (sec its) 
I near 



^n n 1 




"l_ 



_^ 



-y\^ 



I one 3 

I oneself -to 

I out 

II of 

I over 

II a (see over) I 

I rid 

II of 
til it 

I several 

II other (ice several) _p — p - 

I some v^ ^ 

II one (see some) 

I somebody 

II else (see somebody) 

iscmelhing — e — — ._g-^v»^ 
II else (see something) •[ 

I such 

II a (see such) 

I that _o 

II one (see that) / 

I the 

II matter (cp.lake-the)-^ —^^_ 

II other 

III one (see the other) 

i Ih-ir —. _r. 

11 own (see their) / / 
I theirs ■> 

I them _(. _ 

II that (tee them) ,) ( 
■ themselves 

I there _. _rv 

.this 7. ) 



n 



t t 



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r 



1 

7, 



Ghib'ellinism 

ghost 

ghostlike 

ghost'lincss ~rP^''"^-r^ tH/^ 

ghosl'ly K ' Y. 

ghost'-sccr 

ghost'-story 

ghoul 3 

ghoulish 3 

gi'ant 

gi'antess 

gi'antish 

gi'ant-killer / >-- — v 

gi'antly i C^ — I M 

gi'ant-powdcr 

gi'ant-queller 

gi'antship 

CIANTSHIP 

giaour 3 
gib'bcr 
gib'bcrish. tA 

gib'bet /• 

gib'bct-tree / 
gib'bon 

Gib'bon : (^ 

Gib'bons > 

gibbose' 

gibbosity 

gib'bous 

(jib'bously 

gib'bousness 

Oibbs 

gibe X 

Gib'con 

Cib'conitc 

gib'ingly I 

gib'lct / 

Gibral'tar y 

Gib'Bon ^ 



-O 



3' 





ill (a measure) i />-- /^ 
ill (of a fish) I A ^ ^ 



gild'er 

Gil'deroy 

Girderslccve 

gild'hall 

gild'ing-press 

gild'ing-tool 

Gil'ead 

Giles 

Gill 

g 
E 

Gilles'pie 

gill'-tishing x 

gillie I 

Gil'ligan 

gill'-net I 

Gill'ott 

Gillray' 

gil'lyflower 

Gil'man 

Gil'morc 

Gil'pin 

gilt 

gilt'-bronze' 
gilt'-cdgc 

gilt'-cdgcd .; ^ 

gim'bal ' 

gim'crack / 

gim'crackery /— -<r- 

gim'lel 

gimp I 

gimp'ing 1 , — ^^ 

gin 1 

Gincv'ra /• 

gin'-fizz X C^. 

gin'gcr 

gin'gcr-ale 

gin'gcr-bcci 

gin'gcrbrcad 




A/ 



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GINGERBREAD-WORK 



152 



GLAZER 



gin'gerbread-work 

gin'gcrly 

ginger-pop 

gin'gersnap /. "V' 
gingham i_^ _ 
ging'ko ^^^ 

ging'ko-tree \v 

gin -house 

gin'-mill 

gin'seng /. 

gin-shop I CjUx 

gin'-sling' 

Giot'to 

Gip'sy 

gip'syism 

giraffe' i-p. 

Girard' f^ 
gird 

girder ^y 

gird'er-bridge ,^^ 

gir'dle 

gir'dler , — ^^ 

Gir'gashites fjj '\ 

girl 

girl'hood ^ ^-, ^^ 1 yours 

girl'ish ^ij A ' y ^ • I ' I yourself 

girl'ishly " .given 

girTishness ^-1 r, 1 /• GIVEN 

Gironde' (-^—ZVp /'I /-j giv'. 




II the (see those) — ° — P glad'iatorship 

I us __"7r7- gladi'oli 

Ji a V^ gladi'olus 

II his — ^ — Q_--— - — Q_^lad'ly 3 

III name glad'ness 3 

ui own fx glad'some 3 

11 liberty b [ — cr-^r — ct-n^ glad'somely 3 

II our L ^1 — *0-glad'somcne3S 3 

III own (see our) Glad'stone 

II permission Gladsto'nian 

II sufficient e\ ■ — P / — P 1 glair 

III time -^''■'^^~ — <--> — 'T— ~-glair'eous 

II the ■ — ?* — sS ^:: — ev glair'ous 

III matter (cp.take-the) ', glair'y 

II their Glam'mis 

III own (see their) s\ — y= — 7° Glamorgan 

II this J >«- ---V~ gla'mour 

III day (see this) 
II time p 

II your U~=-. 

III own (see your) 

you " 

your __, 

II own (see your) 



^_y :x w^ 



—f —f Gla 

5c. ..V gla- 

I glar 



Giron'dist 
girt 
girth 
Gir'ton 



"T 



gist 

give 
G 



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Gi'zeh 
<H-j — giz'zard 
J gla'brous 
glace' F. 
— ^ gla'cial 

.gla'cialist 

gla'cially 
gla'ciate 
giacia'tion 
gla'cicr 
gla'cis 
glad 3 
I as 



IVE 

I a-an-and — i 
I attention 

I every 

II one (see every) 

I forth 

I ground 

I her r -^^r — r II a 

II own (see her) TN -rN._r\i he c 

I hers "^ d ■ ■ 

I herself — ^ 

I his 

H attention (see his) 

I it -^ 

I its 

I several 

II other (see several) 
t such 

II a (see such) 
I that r 




nee 3 
glanced 3 
glsn'ctngly 
gland 3 
glanderous 
glan'ders 
glan'des L 




•^ 1 



c_0 



glan'dule 

glan'dulous 

glans L. 

glare 

glar'iness 

glar'ingly 

glar'ingness 
glar'y c 

Glas'gow 

glass 3 
glass'-blower 
glass'-blowing 
glass'-cutter 3 
glass'-cutting 3 
*^^ glass'-engraving 3 

glass'-eyed \* 

n glass'ful c— jp"^ I 

II is (see he) '^ '^~'—s> "^ glassful 

I heart glass'-furnacc 

I of it glass'ily 3 

II their "^^ '^ "^ glass'iness 3 

"^ """f* ' *^^' glass'-n\aker 

>^_i they are glass'-making 

iFi there (see they are) '\ *^ '^ glass'man 3 

— P — t' — 7^ I to be / glass'men 

..,\^..L Z. Ill assured (sec to-be) GLASSMEN 

^^ 11 find '^-v '^^^^ ^^glass'-painter 

J glass'-painting 



glan'dularly l— ^ 



-Tt. 



-i_ 



II receive 



II one (see that) 1 5^r^ iii a (sec receive). _^(! y£ glass'-paper 

I the II state ^"^^ ^ *^ glass'-snake 3 

II matter (cp.take-the) 11 take glass'-spinning '^-43 
I the other — > -^ — 7 — 7 111 a (see take) glass'-sponge ^^ 

III one (see thc-othcr) \ *- 11 think ^ "H *T g'^ss'-stainer 

I their ^ ^ -^-^ in that (see think) glass'-staining^^-r^ 

II own (see their) ' J- ?..ii understand glass ware 3 J' 

I theirs in that (see under- "^ . *^ ''~-;f glass' work 3 
ithem —7 — 7 — 7 lyou [st^"'^^ S e . . . 

II the (see them) V -^ l-.ii can (see you) 

\ gl: 




glad'den 3 



— 7 — 7 glad'dening 3 



H their 
in own 
t themselves 
II no trouble 

II up 

I these 

II the (see these) \ glad'iate 

I this — J — Y glad'iator 

II one (see this) io .^^^.rTT^.glad' 



771- to.. iQ-.. gladder 3 

V) __^ J glad'dest 

— 7 T, J, N GLADDEST 

...Co..... CI. — glade 

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I those 



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gladiato'rian 



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glass'-worker 3 
glass'-works 3 
glass'y 3 
Glas'tonbury 
Glau'ber 
glauco'ma 
•^ glaucom'atous 
"I Glau'cus ^ — 
glave 
glaze 

glazed c 

glaz'er 




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gla'zicr 
glazing 
gleam 

gleam'ing 

gleam'y 

glean 1 

glean'cr 

Glea'son 

glebe 

glee 1 

glee'-club c- 

glee'ful 

GLEEFUL-LY 

gleefully 

glee'man i 

glee'mcn 

GLEEMEN 

glee'soir.e i 
Gleeson 
gleet c 

gleet'y 

glen c 

Glcncoc' 

Glen'dow 

Glengar' 

Glenn 

ib 

ib'ber 

ib best 

ib'ly 

ib'ncss 

ide I 

id'ingly 

im 

im'mcr 




n ^' 




wer ■ r 
ry L^ 





gloom iest 3 
gioom'ily 3 
gloom'incss 3 
gloom'ing 
gloom'ish 
gloomy 3 
glo'ria L. 
Gloria'na 
glo'ried 

GLORIED 

g!oriF.ca'tion c 

GLORIFICATION 

glo'rify 
.GLORIFY 
' glo'rifying ' 

GLORIFYING 

o'rious 
GLORIOUS 
glo'riously 
GLORIOUSLY 
glo'riousness 

GL0RI0USNE3S 
glo'ry c_^ 

GLORY 

I be to God . 
, I everlasting 

I of God 
glo'rying 
gloss I 
glos'sa L 

glos'sss L. = — .- .y 

glossa'rial / c — ^( 
glossa'rially ' 

glossa'rian 
glos'sarist 
glos'sary 
glossed I 
Glos'sic 
gloss'ier 
gloss'iest 
gloss'ily 
gloss'iness 
gloss'ing I 
gloss'ingly 1 c^ 
glossit'ic ' 
glossi'tis 
gloss'less 
gloss'ograph 

glossog'raphcr 

glossograph'ical 

glossog'raphy 

glossohy'al "j J^ V?' 

glossolog'ical / <j — oi 






:obc'-sipht 

obc'-tron^r 

obc'-trOi*iin_ 

o'bin *" I s. 
o'boid ^ 

obose' 
obosc'ly 
obos'ity 
o'bous 
-h'llar 

l.'ir'ity 
.,1, ilnrly 
ob'ularncss 
obule 
ob'ulin 
ob'y 

omerale 
omcra'tton 

on'oin 
oom 1 

oom'icr 3 




glossol'ogist 

glossology 

glossopharyn'gcal 

glossot'omy 

gloss'otype 

gloss'y 

Glos'ter 

glot'tal 
glot'tis 
, „ Glouccs'ter 
■J \/ ^yglovc 

^ glove'-buttoncr 

glovc'-clasp 

glovc'-fight 

glovc'-hcok c^ 

glove'-money 

Glov'er 

glov'cr 

Clov'crsville 

glove'-strelchcr 

glow <^ 

GLOW 



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glow'cr 

glow'ingly 

glow'-Iamp 

glow'-worm 

gloze 

glozed 

gloz'ing 

gluci'num 

Gluck 

glucom'etcr 

glu'cose c_ 

gluco'sic 

glue 3 

glue'-pot c 

glu'er 3 

glu'ey 3 

glu'eyness 2 

glu'ish 

glum 

glum'Iy 

glum'ness 

glut 

glutae'us L. 

glute'al 

glute'an 

glu'ten 

gluteofem'ora! 

glutinos'ity 

glu'tinous 

glu'tinousness 

glut'ton ^— j 

glut'tonish "J 
glut'tonize 

glut'tonous ^- 

glut'tonously 

glut'lonousness " 

glut'tony 

giyc'eratc 

glyc'eric 

glyc'eride wl -y^ 

glyc'erin ^^—tf I «^-<^ 

gly'cogen " 

glycogen'csis ^ 
glycogcnet'ic 
glycogcn'ic 
glyph I 

glyph'ic I «= — 
glyp'tic 
glyp'tics 
glyp'tograph 
glyptog'rapher 
glyptograph'ic^ 
glyptog'raphy ^ 
gnarl 

gnarl'y — ■ 
gnash 3 
^ p gnash'ingly 3 

'^t=-^ gnat 3 

gnaw I ^ 

gnaw'ablc 

gnawed 
gnaw'cr 
gnaw'ing i 

^ \ gneiss i 

gneiss'ic i 

gnciss'oid 

gnome 

gno'mic 

gno'mical 

gno'micnily 

gno'mon ^^_, 

gnomon'ic I 

gnomon'ical 

gnomon'ically 

gnomon'ict 



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154 


GOOD MORNING 


gno'monist ^^^it^. god'father 
gnomonorogy^^..p-;,' V ^ o god'-fearing _, 


> 


Gol'gotha ^—77 ^ /. 

_i-^ Goli'ath ( K- l-'K _/ 

' A Gomor'rah' ' ' ' 


gno'sis 1 


1 Godfrey \^ 


Gnos'tic > — p 

Gnos'tical 1 

Gnos'licism 


i — p- ; — ?■ god'head ^-t ^-* 
J r"^ god'hood -ir 1 
Godi'va ' 


-71 gon'dola 1 ?-^. 1 tr'S^ 

jV? gondolier' V \. \ ^ 

gone ' 


gnu 3 


god'less ^ 
1 god'Iesaly — / 


™. GONE 5 — ^ — 3 

4_j) 1 about -^ ?l. . 

■ --II it (see about) 1 
_P ^- 1 against — i_= — =-;=^ — a- 
-/ II a (see against) 


la 


' god'lessness ' 


1 


1 across 


god'like , — 


V V 


II a (see across) c- 


-^_^^-P ^ god'likeness _/ 


-f 


1 ahead 


— ^ ' god'lily ' 


1 


' 1 an-and 


1 an-and 

iback , ^ 


godliness ^— «_ 
^ - - god'Iy _/ 


Vr 


laway — = = — f 

^-i .Iback ?^ X — — J- 


1 backward 


S \ ^god'mother ' 




1 down 


1 forth 

1 forward . _^ 

1 into V,^^ 


Godol'phin ^—i- — p, 

.-^.^-^- go-down' ^ Vj Ja 

V 1 Godo'y ' 


-r-, II a (see down) — p ■ ^ ^ 
M'i forth ..A...X^\S^ 
1 forward ^ "^ ^ ^-^ 


II a (see into) 


god'send 




unto ".j,,,^ %_^ - y 

_oi, II a (see into) 


1 nvfr 


c-., ir-v„god'ship _c>^ 


r-J 


II a (see over) 


L 1 Vgod'son 


' ithe 


1 their way 

1 there f\_- 

I through A 

II a (see through) 1 

II a (see upon) ^ 


God'speed' p?; 

- r\ (N-God'ward \ 

/ ) God'wards | 


r^ 


-^ I upon _7!V- -TTs^-ITX,- 
II a (see upon) 


God'win 
\ \ Goethe ' 


'^ 


-=-| gone'ness i ' S. v/ 
r gon'er — , '1 ■; — >/' 
Gon'eril ' '^'^ ' 


I with 

II a (see with) ^_ 


Goetz 1 

s J- -Gog , t 




gong I 1 "X/^ /^' 


1 without 


gog gle 


' 


' gong'-hammer ' T — ^ 


II the (see without) 

goad 

goal > 


^ gog'gle-eye 
__/ gog'gle-eyed —-, 


V M T — n gonorrhe'a / y '\ \y^ 
^ _^1 ^ \ gonorrhe'al p- ^ 7-^ Y' 


' goiter ' 




Uonza les 


goat -n 
goatee 1 


■^- -q g^'irLn- 


^. 


goo'ber — x\ 
ct- good N _ _ 


goat'herd 


^^ gold 




GOOD 


goat'ish — -|- —pi .-j— )■ r— ' ' chlorid 

goafishly J_y L/ ' i cloth ..£^ ^ 

goat'ishness ^ ' i lace 


^--1 


^-D 1 amount 

c—1 1 as = _D _4> 

II a (see as) 


goat'like "J")/^- 

goat'skin P' 


J__> tj-!_ 1 standard. ..<^ 

gold'-bearing ^ 


-^- ^ 


II possible 
N 1 character N) 


goat'sucker 


gob I ; . 7 


— V i — r gold'-beater s-vr 

N, \ gold'-beating \-| 


=^ q 


rr\, ) 1 cheer 


gob'bet \ 


\ 


^.i— 1 consideration n « ... 

iday / \j \ 


gob'ble 


Gold'berg 1 


1 


gob'bler ■] — r 7 
gob'bling X.,^ 


-^ -j-^^igold'-digger 'Hn. 
N , V gold'-dust 1 


> 


1 deal 
=4-~j_- II more ^.. ..{rT^—.-,£::^- 


Gob'elin -^ 


gold'en 




111 than Y Y Y 


go'-between 


, r-x 1 age 

1 \ \ 1 balls c^_^ 
1 pheasant y 


<^ 


• — >i II of care >^*\ 


goblet ""'"'W-.- 
gob'lin 


'^~^ 


Vjj_ II, difference, .^rr^ J.... 
' III labor Y Y \j Y 


go'-by -y^^ 


1 pippin 




III money 


go -cart \ 
Goclenian 


' ^1 wedding \ 
— ^ — ^ gold'enrod yt 
gold'finch zx^^^y^i 


-~-<y 


^^ — , III time ,^^->.^ — ^ — 

I ideed Y kW 


god 1 


b 


1 effect 


1 Almighty 


•v^ 


If.. , 1 enough . ^ 

^^ — ^ 1 evening y X X-^^ 


1 alone ' 


gold'fish ^ 


I bless -t 

II a (see bless) __>o 
1 forbid 


-T. -^ gold'-foil 

-Sp Vgo'd'-leafc(.^^ 

gold'less v^ 
-P -° Gold'mark ' 


hTC' 


y--o 1 evidence I 

^ ifaith ^. .^- 

1 fellow ^^-~-P V X/ 
ifor I 


• has -^ 


^^ — 


II a (see has) 

1 is 


gold'-mine cp — ^ 

gold'-miner 


C+-V. 


ct-'j^ II a (see for). ^ 

'^1 form X X ^— ^ 


II a (see is) -P 


— 1 — 1 ^ gold'-note 




1 grace V — „ 


1 of heaven 

III and earth 


->-.;=- X.r^-^gold'-powder =|.^ 
^ gold'-size ' 
— ' ^ Gold'schmidt tn 

j^ Gold'smith J. 

gold'smith 


^ 


c>t- 1 gracious.. _cTrf c— j r^-- 

v) 1 ground ^ 


I of justice -7 

II love _ - c/ 


tTr-> 1 habit y-^ 

^ 1 humor — _^- ^ — -^-- 

1 intellect L 


god'child \ 




God'dard 
god'daughter \ — 1 


7-1— J— 1, gold'smithery c+^y — ^- ^+-P 
li t Gold'stein ' ) J^ 


'tf 1 intention 

t" 1 judgment o r>,. 

1 man / 
1 many ^ 

/n II more (see many) ^_, 

^^ — jmorning — — — '~^ y> 


goddess 


1 gold'stcne 




god'desshoodi — \ .^ 
god'dess-ship \f-\ 
go'-devil 


' l, 'fl golf J 
-^ V golf-club 


-^ 



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GOOD MORROW 



155 



GOVERNABLE 



_C_J)-- 



— ^ p 




I morrow 
I nature . 
I night 
I sense 
I sooth 
I <ipeed 
I spirit 
I state 

M of 

I temper 

I time _. 

I while 

I wife 

I will 

I witness 

I woman 

I work 
good-by' 
Goode 
Good'fellow 
good-fcl'Iowship ' 

GOOD-FELLOWSHIP 

good'-for-little^P'/O 
good'-for-nothing^'^ 

good'-for-noihingness 

Goou'huc 

good-hu'mored^ 

GOOD-HUMORED 

good-hu'moredly 

GOOD-HUMOREDLY""^ 

good'iness 3 '"^• 

good'ish -L_9 Ti 

goodlier ' __y 

goodliest ^ 

good'liness -J^ 

good'-looking 

good'ly ■ ^ 

Good'man 

good'man 

good'men 

GOODMEN 

good-na'tured 
good-na'turedly 
good-na'turcdncss— ^ . 
goodness }t 

Good'rich ^ 

goods'-engtnc ^^i 
goods'-shcd * 

goods'-train 

goods'-truck .^_ 

goods'-van 1» 

goods'-wagon 
good'-tempercd-^*'i 
good' wife 

Good'win 

good'w'vcs 

good-wiU' 

good'y 3 
Goodyear 
good'y-good'y 3 

good'y-good'yiam3 
goose 3 
goosc'berry 
goosc'-egg 3 
goose'-fleah 
goose'-quill 

gooie'-skin 3 
go'phcr 
go'phcr-wood 
Gor'dian \r. — 1 
Gor'dius J 

Gor'don 



I 



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'-in 



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gor'geous!/ |er-7;>- ic — 7 ''^"y ' *^^ "^ ~* ^ ~^ 

gor'ECOusness a. 41i> 6 " matter (cp.take-the) „ '. 

Gor'gcs ' I their 

gor'get '^~7 i N,T N ii answer (see their)— "\ /~^ "7 

Gor'gon / \ ^ 1 ^^^i theirs c__9i^.._oL-l- 

gorgo'nian "J ^ ' ' 'i them 

goriria J r ^ M that (see them) —r "7 "7 

Gor'itz -r -^-^ \—i I themselves -\ XD..'Q_^. 

Gor'man ' iiinto ' 1 

gor'mand ^ -p— ^ r v in a (see into) —r -^ "7 

gor'mandic \^ V-- \^ i there ^.^Q-^ / - 

gor'mandi^m " "Vj these |_ 

gor'mandise r ^ -j ^ . ^ i this —» -r 

gor'mandizer \-> V^ d " one (see this) __Vo_.._\j_^_ ..TZ. 

gorse vj ^1/^ ' "'ose , 

GortchakoR' |c— 7 y' — yi 11 that (see those) "->. — ^ 

gor'y L D < c-^ I up 77 \ ^- 

Go'schen ' * I upon C* 

gosh I - — 1 — rn II a (see upon) — \ "^ — ^^ — 1 

gos'hawk I — ^ " c^ I us -^ I- 

Go'shen ' n into 

Gos'horn ^ , /"^ 7— "^.^ y^ 111 a (see into) —^ — ^ — ^ -^ 

gos'hng ^-^ (^_^ V I you I '- - 

gos'pel ' ^ I your 

I of Christ R^ z''^"— R /T^ (j^< own (see your)^ -^ —pi 

II Jesus N ^f O I yourself o ^ — ^ 

III Christ Go't ama 

.11 John \ ^—\/^ ^~y^^^ T-7 ~n TJ 

II Luke Vi/ V — \/^^ Go'tha ^ I- '^-^ 
II Mark ■ Go'tham 

II Matthew R ^^^ ^ Go'thamist , / *— J"T TT" 

II righteousness \—^\ ^-^l5__9 Go'thamite ^-^^^ W* ^ 

II truth \/—e ^j\ Gothic i 

gos'peler— <? v- — N ^ Goth'ical i ■; — r. -^—i- 7—7- 

gos'samer V M — _j— ^^/"^ ^ ,Goth'icism i ^ \. © 

gos'samcry r— ,5 — -v/Golh'icize i Jl^ 

gos'sip !~~R. ■p~^'M~~^ Goth'icized i "i~7' T~~7' T~! 

gos'siper \ x x^^.^^^.^^Goih'icizing i >£) > Q_ , ^ v'- 

gos'sipmonger Goth'land i I 

gos'sipry .j — 5^ —ft go'-to-meet'ing ^ — ^1 

gos'sipy ' N \ - c_J gotten i | -^ i| 

gossoon' ' Gotterdam'mcrung G. I 

got I — I — V — ^ Gott'fried . ^— !• "^^^ 

I a Gotfingen -fS , 'L^'K N 

II man (cp. take-a) ' Gott'lieb 

I across -'^~° — ' f 7- Gott'schalk — ^ .. ——1 '——j 

II a (see across) _ (,_^.Gotz ~\_J b '-^ 

I along gouache F. 

II a (see along) r- —1 — , gouges — 7 ~~7 "^ /• 

I an-and {^^^^ > gouge'-bi; 3 V '^/ "'''A^ 

I back gouge'-chisel \ ( 

I down —1 —I — r-,^ goug'er 3 — -0 ' ' __^ 

I forward J -"-v' r^-Gough "/ .^.j "-c 

I her Gould I 

II own (see her) ~t^ — t..^^ -^ Gounod' ct^ 
I herself T^ TT^ gourd —J, ,^ ^' 

I his gourd'-shaped I ^ 

II own (see his) — ft— '— ^ — ^'"^' — 1 Gourgaud' 

I into I 1 gour'mand F. 

II a (see into) gourmet' F. ' 

I it ~1 ~1 1 K°"' 3 1 

I its I b bu-BO"' f- "' 

II own (see its) goufily 3 

I several — ^ -^ ~C"^ goiit'incss — 1" 

II other (see several).S>^ \- gouty 3 fX^s 

I some ^*~- gov'crn ' 

II other (see some) "/GOVERN 

I somebody — rj—^ ■ — < ^ — r;"^"' 1 a-an-and = — 3- ^.a 

II else (sec somebody) .. - ihis 

I something — t! " — ■ u~ -y^\ the V'*^ 

II else (sec something) bi^-ius _^ _^ ^-£ 

I such govcrnabil'ity * 

II a (see such) -t" -^ -t oovbrnability 

I that L^ . .^r"^_ gov'ernablc — J\. 

II one (see that) COVERNABLC 




GOVERNABLENESS 



156 



GRANTEE 



gov'crnableness 

GOVERNABLENESS 
gov'ernance 

GOVERNED 

gov'crncss — 
gov'ernmcnt 

GOVERNMENT 

governmen'tal ; 

GOVERNMENTAL 

gov'ernor 

GOVERNOR 

I of California 

II Colorado 
ti Delaware 
II Idaho 
II Illinois yf 

II Indian Ter 
M Iowa 
II Maryland 
II Nebraska 
ti Nevada 

II New Hampshire 

III Jersey 
III Mexico 
III York 
II Ohio 

II Oklahoma 
II Pennsylvania 

II Rhode Island 
(I South Carolina 

III Dakota 
ti Tennessee 

II Texas 
II this state 
II Vermon 





gra cious 

gra'ciously 

gra'ciousness 

grada'lion 

grada'tionat 

grade 

grad'er -^'y 

Grad'grind ^^ 

gra'dient 

grad'ual c — \^ 
grad'ually -r 
grad'ualness 

grad'uate -^ 

grad'ualeship "1 

gradua'tion 

grad'uator 

grad'uatory 

gra'dus L 

Gra'dy 



"P^ 



Tl P 



^1 



c-r-j gran'dam "■ i^ 
^»09 grand'aunt 3 L — < 
grand'child 

GRANDCHILD 

(7— grand'children 

GRANDCHILDREN 

granddaughter 

grand'-ducal 

grand'-duke 

grandee' 

grandce'ship 

grand'er 

grand'est 

gran'deur '^ 

Gran'dison 



4-r 



7 



7i 




(rn_^ c-r-|_grand'father 




1 



— grain'-binder 

bruiser 



II VCIlIIUIlt y^ I 

II Virginia_^'^ ) y^ 
II Washington CTT "|> 



grain 
Igrain' 
grain' 
grain' 

grain' 



■car 

cradle 

■door 

■dryer 



gov'ernor-gencral 

GOVERNOR-GENERAL ^ ^ 
gov'ernor-gen'eralship ^ 

GOVERNOR-GENERAL 
, ■ [SHIP 

gov ernorship "■ •- ^ 

GOVERNORSHIP. 
Gow^'er 



ygrain er 
Grain'ger 

grain'-Ieather 
■i-/grain'-mill (_ 
"" Jw.y grain'-moth 
/ grain'-scale 
^ grain-weevil 
grain'y 




gown 3 
gown'man 3 
gown'men 

GOWNMEN 
gowns'man 3 
gowns'men 

GOWNSMEN 

Gow^'rie 

Graafian 

grab 

grab'-bag 

grab'ber 

grab'blc 

grab'-game 

Grac'chus 

Grace 

grace <_- 

graced 

grace'ful 

GRACEFUL-LV 

grace'fuily 

grace'fulness ct9 

GRACEFULNESS y-- 

grace'less '^C ^ 

grace'lessly 

grace'lcssness 

grace'-note 

grac'ile ^ ^ 

gracil'ity ,^ ^-^ I 

gra'cing 





gramin'eal 
grainin'eous 
graminiv'orous 
gram'malogue 
gram'mar 
gramma'rian 
gram'merless 
gram'mar- school 
grammat'ic 
grammat'icai 
grammat'ically 
grammat'icalness 
grammat'icaster 
grammat'icism 
grammat'icize 
grammat'icized 
grammat'icizing 
Gramont' 
/^ Gram'pians 
^crr-C grampus 
Grana'da 

granadil'la Sp. 
gran'ary 
grand 3 

I jury 

1 Rapids 

I River 



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grand'fatherly 
grandil'oquenc 
grandil'oquent ^ 
gran'diosc (— /^^^ 
gran'diosely 
grandios'ity 
grandio'so It' 
grandly 3 
grand'ma 3 
grandmamma 3 
grand'mother 3 
grand'motherly 3 
grand'nepheuf 
grand'ness 3 
grand'niece 3 
grand'pa e-5_s) 
grand'papa 

grandparent 
grand parentage 
grand'sire 
grand'son 
GRANDSON <^ 
grand'uncle 3 
grange 
gran'ger 

GRANGER 



gran gensm 

GRANGERISM 

gran'gerize 

granif'erous 

gran'iform 

granite 

I Stale 
gran'ile-porphyry 
gran'iie-ware 
granit'ic 
^granit'ical 
granitifica'tion 

GRANITIFICATION 

granitiform 

granit'ify 

^granit'ifying 

graniv'orous 

gran'ny 

. Grant 
grant 3 ,--, 

I a-an-and 

I another 

II one (see another) 
I his 
I it 

I its ... 

M own (see its) *n* 

I the ' 

II best(cp. do-the)_ 




grant'able 

GRANTABLE 

grantee' 



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GRANTER 



157 



GREAT INTELLECT 



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grant'cr 

grani'or 

gran'ula L. 

gran'ulx L. 

gran'ular 

granularity 

gran'ularly 

granulate 

granuia'tion 

gran'utative 

gran'ulator 

gran'ule 

granulif'erous 

gran'ulirorm 

gran'ulosc 

gran'ulous 

Granville 

grape 

grape'-cure 

grape'-fruit 

grapc'-Iouse 

grape'-mildcw 

grapc'-rot 

grapery 

grape'shot 

grape'sione 

grape'-sugar 

grapc'-vine 

graph 3 

graphic 

graph'ical 

graphically 

graph'icalness 

graph'icness 

graph'itc 

graphit ic 

graph'itoid 

graphitoid'al 

graph'ophonc 

graphophon'ici 

graph'oscop: 

grapnel 

grapple *=~\ ' 

grap'pling-iron > 
grap'tolite 

graptolit'ic 

grapy = 

Grai'mcrc 
grasp cr-ft 

grasp'able n 

grasper 
grasp'ingly 
grasp ingness 
gra^p less 

grass 3 

grass'-bleachin 
grass'-cutlcr 3 
griss'-grccn 3 
grais-grown 3 
gra%s'-hand 3 

grasi'hoppere — a-v e — 
grass'incss ' \ 

grass'-land 3 

gra«'lesT 3 y-^ 

grasi'plot ^__4* c- 
grass'-wiJow 

grass-widower ^Tf / 
grassy l^ 

grate 

grateful c-r-i 

ORATRPUL-LY A 
grale'futly \ 

grate'fulnesi 

GRATP.PULNeSS 

grat'cr 



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; grate'-surface 
gratifica'tion 

GRATIFICATION 

grat'ifier <rTi^ 
gratify V.^ 

■if I a-an-and 1 

I her 

li own (sec her) 

I him 

I his <rn 

ii.own (sec his) Vj? 

I it 




tional ^- 1;, "^ 

tionally c — i- c — i- .{ 



grav'itale 

gravita 

gravita' 

gravita 

grav'itative V_^ 

GRAVITATIVE ^' 

grav'ily .( 

grav'ity-railroad 

GRAVITV-RAILROAD 

gra'vy 

gra'vy-boat 

Gray 



N I Its 
II own (see its) 
several 



v.. Vp gray'-back 
\^^^ V^gray'beard 
iiother(see scveral)*r-i c^ c-i gray'coat 

I such Vp Vp Vo gray'er 

II a (see such) \. / L grayest 
I that <r-i c-i <r-» gray'head 

one (see that) V.^ V,^ V^ grayish 
I the ^ k_^ gray'iing 

I their c-i 

II friends \ 




^ ^ 



o 



^ 



^ 




n. 
n- 



I theirs 

I them 

II that (sec them) 

I themselves 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I us 
I you 

I your 

II own (sec your) 
I yours 

gral'ifying 
grafifyingly 
grating 
gratingly 

gra tis ^^^" 

gratitude ^ 

Grat'tan 

gratuitous e-H_ 
gratuitously rj^ 
gratu'itousncss 
gratu'ity trry 

grat'ulatc 'J 

gratula'tion 

gr^t'ulatory _) 
Grau ci 

Gratz 

grava'mcn L. 

gravam'ina L. 

grave 

grave'-clolhes 

grave-digger 

grav'el 

grave'Icss ^ 

grav'clliness e~S 
grav'clly 
Gravclottc' c — 1 
^ — ^. grav'cl-pil V* 

gravel-stone 
grove'Iy 
grav'cn 
gravc'ncss 
grav'er 
gravest 
gravc'stone 
c-r-i gravc'yard 
A. grav'id 
v_ gravim'eter 
gravimct'rir 
gravimet'rica 
gravimct'rically 




gray'ly 
gray'ncss 

graze 
grazed 
graz'er 
grazier 



^ 



c-T CT ^ graz ing 



graz'ing-ground 
(o L grazio'so It. 
<r-i ^ grease i 

Xj V_greased i ^ — o 
f greasier • 

greas'icst c — \ 
greas'ily * 0^ 
greas'incss 



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greas ing i 

greasy 

great 

GREAT 
I advantage 
I affair 



c^_ I amount 
'vlj_9 I applause 
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r c — r III than 

*i — V_ii of labor 

III money 

III time 
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I deep 
I degree 
I depth 
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I difficulty 
I cfTcct 
I event 



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c-r~» I extent 

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J— I favor 

I force 
I fun 
I gross 
I idea 





GREAT INTEREST 



158 



GRIZZLY BEAR 




I interest 
I invention 

I majority 

II of cases 
I man 

I many 

II more (see many) 
1 matter 
I measure 
I nation 
I number 
I part 
I people 
I pleasure 
I portion 
I price 

I proportion c-'X 
I respect Ns 

I state 
1 time 
I truth 
I want 
I work 
I world 
I worth 

great'-aunt 
greal'coat 
great'en 
great'cr 
I and greater 

I or less 

III degree 

I than 

II a 
(I are 

II can 

III be (see can) 

II could 

III be (see could) 
II he 
II the 

II you 

III are (see you) 
great'est 
great'-grand'child 

GREAT-GRANDCHILD 

great'-grand'daughterj_ry- 

great'-grand'father 

great'-grand'mother 

great'-grand'son e-rn- . 

GREAT-GRANDSON 

great'-hearted 

great'-heartedness 

great'ly 

great'ness 

great'-uncle 

greaves I 

grebe 

Gre'cian 

Gre'cianize 

Gre'cianized 

Gre'cianizing 

Gre'cism I 

Gre'cize 1 

Gre'cized ^_ O 

Gre'cizing 

Greco-Ro'man 

Greco-Tur'kish ^ 

Greece 

greed i 

greed'ier ^_ 

greed'iesl 

greed'ily 

greed'iness 

greed'y 



-% 




Greek 
Greek'ish 
Gree'ley 
Gree'ly 
Green 
I Bay 

I Mountains 
^T^ I River 
■^ green i 

green'back 

Green'backer 

Green'backism 

Greene 

green'er 

green'est i 

green'-eyed 

green'gagc 

green'grocer 



'H'X 




Grieg 

griev'ance I 
grieve i 

griev'er 

gricv'ingly 

griev'ous 

griev'ously 

griev'ousness 

Griffin 

griffin 

rif finish 
griffinism 
griffin-vulture 
Griffith 
Griffiths 



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green'horn ^ ^^ 
green'house J 

green'ing 

green'ish 
green'ishness 
Green'land 
Green'lander 
Greenland'ic c — 1 
Green'landisli 
Green'ieaf , 

grecn'Iy l c — /, 
green'ness i 
green'room ^ ^ 
green'sick i 
green'sickness x 

green'sward 
Green'wich ^ , 
Green'wood " 
green'wood ^ ? 
green'y i 3I 

greet 
greet'er 
greeve 1 
greeve'ship i 



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'nr' 




p grega nous j_ 
grega'riously ' 
grega'riousness 
Gregg 

Greg'ory ^^ : 

I I 



sQj^ Grego'rian,^ 

Grena'da 
^ grenade' 
c-A grenadier' (_ , 

grenadil'Io 

grenadine' tr— 

Grenadines' 

Gren'del 

Grer.'ville c 

Gresh'am 

Gret'chen 

Gret'na Green . 

pre'ville 

Gre'vy 

grew 3 

Grey ^_ 

grey'hound 
I . Grey'lock 

"t— (grid I <__/ 

-^_ygrid'dle 

grid'dlecake <— 

gride i 

grid'iron 

grief I 

grief'ful ^; 3 

grief'less • 



'^-^. 



grill'ing 

grill'-room 

grim 

grimace' 

grimaced' 

Grimal'di 

grimal'kin* 

grime 

Grimes 

grim'ier 

grim'iest 
. grim'ily 

grim'iness 

grim'ly 

Grimm 
ggrim'mer 

grim'mest 

grim'ness 

grim'y 

grin I 
grind l 
grind'er 

grind'ingly V^- 
Grin'delwald ' 
grind'stone 
Grin'nell 
I Land 
grin'ner 
grin'ningly 
grip 
gripe 

grip'er 
grip'ingly 

grip'man 
grip'mcn 

GRIPMEN 

grippe F. 

grip'per 

grip'sack 

gris F. 

grise 

Grisel'da 

grisette' P. 

Gri'si 
. gris'Iiness 

grisly 

grist 1 
. gris'tle 

grist'Iiness 

gris'tly 

griot'mill 

Gris'wold 

grit 

grit'tiness 

grit'ty 
' griz'zle -^ 

grizzly ,__^ 
I bear 





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GROAN 



159 



GUESS IT IS 



groan '^ I -K "m? groveler c — r <^— r <__ir-^ i herself 

groan'er ^ — , 'i ^ groveling ' > — ' ^^ — ^' 1 i his 

groan'ful ' ^r Grover M ii own (see his) =t-^ ^ 

groat <r-p-| c-pi «n^ grow / i it d 

groats ' b V grower ^ ^ / ^_^ i its 

gro'bian grow'ingly ' * '^^ — ' ii own (see its) c-i c-i c-i 

gro'cer v/ v/ \/ s growl J^ 'y — ^ <ry. i that ' o ij 

grocery ^ — ^<__jr_-^ growl'er ,; ( ^ — ( ^\ '^(,^,11 one (see that) 

gro'ceryman ' growling 1 the <r^ c-j c-7 

gro'cerj'tnen v/"^^/"^ growl'ingly /^Vy =77 n matter (cp. take-the) 

GROCERYMENc ^^ ^ ^ grown ^ '. ' ^ , V I their 

grog ' I growth ' 11 own (see their) cT. ^cHA c-^ 

grog'gery y/ growth'ful Tyj c — y ,; i\ 1 theirs 

groggincssc -^ ^ grjb Y '\ --Xnhem 

gfog'gy 1 ______ grubber V^ 11 that (see them) <=-^ <rT cy 

grogram ' grub'bing-ax c — < • c— v y 1 themselves \ 

grogshop ,_j: ■~~' "j 7^ ,__, grub'bing-hoe -\_, b'N.,^'^ 1 this 

groin II \ '^ grub'by '^ ^11 one (see this) <rj c-t r-? 

groin'-arch if y ^-. grub'-hook e — s. r — v c — v 1 us O Vd V^_^ 

groincry c — >^ ^ — k^ — K \ grub'-stake '\<- ^ ! -No ^,. 1 you _ 

groin-rib '' '' Grub'-street [; ' 1 your c-" ir^ 7' 

Grolier /- grub'worm 1^— v ^^ — ""^"T? ^ — ^ 11 own (see your) <r^ 

Gro'ningen (- — (^ c — >_'n._p c— '"^grudge iX ' ' 1 yours _., \ 

groom ' ' grudg'er guard'able y y" 

groom'ing ; ~i^^ grudj'ingly ^~~7- '^~7- ^^' Guardafui' ^ U ^ '^^x '^ 

groorrs'man ^^ -~!r~s grudg'ingness J C^-^-S ''^ guard'-boat C / L X 1. 

grooms'men ^ — 5{-T~>gru'el -^ — guard'-duty V. | ^| 

GROOMSMEN >/ gru'elly i— guard'edly '\\/^ ^ v/ 

groove 3 ,_ — g-r^ ,; = ^ — J grue'some ,-^. ,—-^ — ^j__gX,,^^guard'ednes3 V. l 9 <r^^ 

groover 3 ' ' grue'someness ' 1 ' guarder 

groovy 3 c — r e-p^ <^-r^ E''""^ /^ guard'house 3 A '^'^.-/ 

grope V. \ ' \ gruder ^ — ^ c ^ c ^ guardian 3 ,^ <r'^~Ji' ' 

grop'cr gruffest ' ' ' guard'ianage 

grop'ir.gly irp; 'Hr^ gruff'ly /^ guard'ianless c-* — -^ 

gros F. A , ^ \ — grufPness ^ 5 ^__>— J? ,_ — . guard'ianship b c--^-^ 

grosbeak ''~'^ ' grum ' ' GUARDIANSHIP '^ <r~- — 1 

grosch'en C. r-j-n grum'ble ^ .^ ^ — ^ guard'Iess 3 /tj -^ 

grosgrain o/- j__c-r^ ^ grumbler ^ ^ — /^^—-^ '^ jguard'-mounting 3,^ c-'^^. <rf >^ 

gross ' ' grum'blingly ^— — /^~^uard'-rail * ^''^ 

gross'er ^y y^ grume ^ guard'-ring /^-^ ~N 

gross'cs! ^^ (3 f—^ grum'ly ^- ■ — J^ ^^c— ^~"^--^8"^rd'room ^—s^ ^ -s V — i ^-2. 

gross'-headed ' ' ' grum'ness ' guard'-ship J 

grossly y^ "^n"! grumous ,_ ^Ttj , guards'man 3 \ 

gross'ness ;— g j_.«_i> ^s,;^ gru'mousness c T*^.' 1 "/guardsmen ^ — 5 ctj-"^ 

Gro'svenor ' ' grump'ier e— ~~-^ GUARDSMEN <rTS~i 

grot c — I cY-| C7-1 grump'iest , 1 ^ guard'-tent y^r 

Crote ' I I (f grumpily ,; ':?i e — : — / J _ Guarne'ri c-n, *- ^ ^~l. z'' 

grotesque' grump'iness *^ ^ ^ Guatema'la '^ •' — ^ 

grotcsque'ly TT-I /C—,<rT\ v/grumpish c — ^ , "Hl^ guava <^— 1 ^ ^:1^ 

grotesque ness ^ I.^Y\. J ^ grump'y -^ ^ : — ^ ' Guayaquil ^' ( ^ "V__ 

grotesque'ry 6 ^-^ Grun'dy gubernatorial ^-1_y' 

Gro'tian ^7-1 t—r) c — 1 grunt "^T^ =75^. Gude 1. -rry^ \ 

Gro'tius <-^ Q^" ' l~ grunler j_, > / gud'geon _l 1/ _J_ 

grot'to grunt'ingly ' Gu'drun 

grotto-work .— ^ '^ Gru'ter e— H "/ "^^ — I' Gue'bcr . — <\ / [- ^^ ,^ 

grounds ' J/ c-, / Gruyere' -I ^ — / v V> GucI'derland ' N ' ' 

ground'age '- Grvph'on •/• guelder-rose 

ground'-bait 'v\.. ^7^ gua^o C -i /^ /^ — I* Guel'drian -^ 

ground'er \ M cT>"i ^Guadalaja'ra ' CJ CJ V^Guclf — ' J 

ground-hog | " , Guadalquivir' iCuclPic 

ground'-ivy u- yr, /^ Guadclu'pc "^^ , y'\^ ^uclf'ism 

ground'less 3 ^' ^ e-/' c-/' Guadloupe' C/ ^^ C/ ^ Guclph 

ground'lessly 3 '^ '* guai'acum ' Guen'thcr 

ground'lessness 3 /'O—^y ' "y Guanajua'to e — r — i. gucr'don '^~*~1" '^"'"1" '^^" 

ground'ling <r-(' <H- ^' Vgua'no C — ^ C — _; I gucrdonable J •< /^ /^ 

ground'-plan ' " guai^ntee' .;|- 1^ . gucrdonless >/-^ b 

ground'-rent 3 y guaranteed' c — s^— i* <= — ^^ — i ^ Guern'scy y^ 

ground'»lll ,_^_»-6 „«C_. v/guar'antied I guerrilla _^^ ; 

ground'-aquirrcl a A a *-/ guar'«ntor I i Gucsclin' 

ground'-swell ^ ^y <^— . guar'anty c — r — \ guess 

groundwork ^-4^_,«c/ ; guard 3 I c-* '» —7-0 — P — °— : 

group ^ ^ I a-an-and '^^ < again 

grouse 3 c— r 1 her 1 an-ond 

g-ove " - ' V^ 11 own (see her) lit —f> ^-J> —^■ 

grow-l " ' I hen «t~^ "^^"^N " '' ^"^^ ''^ ' ^ 




GUESS NOT 



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GYNOCRACY 



I not 

I that 

II the (see that) 
I the 

guess'able ^ 

GUESSABLE 

guessed 

guess'er _.-— > 

guess'ing 
guess'ingly 
guess'work / 

guest 

guest'-chamber 
guest'-room -—'^ 
guffaw' I 
guffawed' i 
guffaw'ing i 
Guia'na 
guid'able i 
guid'ance I 
guide 

GUIDE 

guide'-bar 

GUIDE-BAR 

guide'-block 

GUIDE-BLOCK 

guide'board 

GUIDEBOARD -^ 

guide'book 

GUIDEBOOK 

guide'less 

GUIDELESS 

guide'pcst 

GUIDEPOST 

guid'er 

GUIDER 

guide'-rail 

GUIDE-RAIL 

guide'-roller 

GUIDE-ROLLER 

Gui'do 
gui'don 
guil'der 
guile X 
guile'ful I 
guile'fully i 
guile'fulness i 
guile'less i 
guile'lessly i 
guile'lcssness 
Guil'ford 

Guillaume' 

guilloche' F 

guirioline 

guil'Iotinement 

guilt 

GUILT 

guiU'ier ^ 

GUILTIER ^-J L- 

guilt'iest '■\ 

GUILTIEST "=* 

guilt'ily 

GUILTtLY 

guilt'iness 

GUILTINESS 

guiltless 

GUILTLESS 

guilt'lessly 

GUILTLESSLY 

guilt'Iessness 

GUILTLESSNE 

guilt'y 

GUILTY ^~ 

Guin'ca 

guin'ea i 




'ly<]-. 



-jir. 







G.-n 



gun -captain 

gun'-carriage 

gun'-cotton 

gun'-deck 

gun'fiint 

gun'-harpoon 

gun'lock 

gun'-maker 

gu'n'man 

gun'nien 

GUNMEN 

gun'-metal 

gun'nel 

gun'ner 

gun'neress 

gun'nery 

gun'nery-ship. 

gun'ny 

gun'ny-bags 

gun'ny-cloih 

gun'-pit 

gun'-port 

gun 'powder 

gun'-reach 

gun'-room 

g--,n'shot 

gun'-shy 

gun'-shyness 

gun'smith 

gun'smithery 




gun'-stock 

Gun'ter -j'c 

gun'-wad ' 
gun'-wadding 
gun'wale 
gun'-work ' r 
gurgita'tion ■ <r4y- 
gur'gle A 

gur'glingly [^ 

Gur'ney 



gush 
gush'er 

gush'ingly 

gush'y 

gus'set 

gust 

gusta'lion 

gust'ative 

gust'atory 

Gusta'vian 

Gusta'vus 

gus'to 

guslo'so It. 

gust'y 

gut 

Gu'tenberg 

Guth'rie 

gut'ta L. 

gut'tas L. 

gut'ta-per'cha 

gut'tate 

gut'ter 

gut'ter-snipe 

gut'tiform 

gut'lural 

gut'turalize 

gut'turalized — ^ ^ 

gut'turally f ' 

gut'turalness 

Guy 

guy I __-. 

Guyon ^ 

Guyot' 

Guzman' , 
guz'zle * I 
uz'zler 



Gwyn 

Gy'ges. C_-_, 

■gymna'sia 

gymna'sial /■ 

gymna'siast /--^^^^ 

gymna'sium Jf 

gym'nast 

gymnas'tic 
gymnas'tical 





C 




gymnas'tically /■ 

gymnas'ticize/-v,_p. 

gymnas'licized 

gymnas'ticizing^ 

gymnas'tics 

Gymnos'ophist 

gym'nosperm 

gym'nospermal 

gym'nospermous 

gynsece'um L. 

gyn'archy 

gynecoc'racy 

gynecolog'ical 

gynecol'cgy 

gynecrat'ic 



^~~'^^^. ^'^^^.^~''^. 




F~f5-tf>fe. 




b4>ri:^ 



gyneoc'racy A /• ^- A 

gyneol'atry,f__s i C J <-_f S 

gynoc'racy" J" ■) 



GYNEPHOBIA 



i6i 



GYVE 



gyncpho'bia 

gyp'seous 

gypsous 

gypsum 

gy'ral 

gy'rant 

gy'ralc /v 

gyrating l< 

gyra'tion 



gyra'tional 
gy'ratory 
gyre i 



^ 



IK^ 






gyroidal /M^/ lif^r\ 
gyr omancy/^ ' *~^ '"^^ 



gy roscopc 



^ 



gyroscop ic 
gy'rostat /^\ 
gyrostal'ic 
gyrostal'ics /^. ^ 
gyve J ^\ 




H 




hab'itancy 

hab'itat I ''■ '■ 




ha 3 <^ </^' 

Haar'lem 

Haas 9, 

Habak'kuk ^ 
Haba'na 

Hab'bcrton 
habeas corpus L 
habcn'dum L. 
hab'erdasher 
hab'erdashe 
habil'iment 

habilita'lioii,:;rV^^*</>M;j 
habil'itator 

habitabil'ity,/^ <^^^\ <f\ 
hab'itable ^ 

hab'itableness y\ >-c 

hab'itably C \ <f \ 
hab'itancy ^-^ ^ 

HABITANCY v^ 

hab'itant ^ \ 

habita'tion 

habit'ual 

habit'ually 

habit'ualness 

habit'uate 

habitua'tion 

hab'itude /v < \ 

habitue- F. ^\ \ > 

hacien'da Sp. | • I 

hack 3 

hack'berry l. 

hack'but 

Hack'ensack 

Hack'elt 

hac'kle 

hack'man 3 

hack'men 

HACKMEN 

hack'ney 
hack'ney-coach 
hack'ney-coachman 
hack'ney-coachmen' 

HACKNEY-COACHMEN 
hack'neycd 
hack'neying a— :.^_^„,^ 
hack'neyman " z_ 
hack'neymen 

HACKNEYMEN 

had ^ ^^^ 

HAD 
I a-an-and 

I been _ J 

II a (sec been) 
I believed 

I better 

II net 



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I done 

ii the (see done).! l--f, 

■ "p"'^'' J J 

I had 

II a-an-and__, , 

II his ' L 

III own (see his) 
II one -_- 

one's ^3 ^ 

II some 

III other (see sonie) 

II something 

III else (see something) 

II such _ _^_ 

III a (see such) ^^"^ 

II the ^ 

III next (cp. do the). 

II their ^ 

III own (see their) 
II theirs . 

II your N 

III own (see your) 

I he 

II been ^ 

III a (see been) 

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III the (see done) 
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II found __j_ 

II had \^ 

III a (see had) ' 

II never __]_ 

III been (see never) \ 

II not 

III been (see not)-L^^ 

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III a (see seen) 



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III a (see been). 

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III a (see been) 

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I happened (see __ _ 
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I intended 

lit -. 

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I observed 
:i shown . 

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III had (see they) 
this 

11 thought (} 

it (see thought) 
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nothing 

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one 
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only 
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said C_x 

1 a (see said) 

seen __]_ 

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some 

other (see some)-U"- 

somebody '^'~^ < 

else (see somebody) 
something _ J.--/n 

1 next (cp. do the) 

their -J l- 

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theirs 

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therefore 



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you 

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II learned 
II made (see you) 

your 

II own (see your) 
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had'dock 
Ha'des 






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Had'ley 

Hadrian 

hadst 

HADST 

Haeckel — 

hacm'ony 

Hafiz' yt' 

haft 3 if Vd <?• z-^ 

hag 3 ^ 

Hagar ? M-/' r^. 

Ha-gedorn ti' ^ ^" J' 

Ha'gcrstown 

Hagerty 

haggad'ah 

haggad'ic 

hagga'dist ^ — \ 

haggadist'ic -b 

hag'gard 

hag'gardly 

hag'gardness 

hag'gis 3 



hag'gish 

haggishly 3 

haggle 

haggler 

ha'giarchy 

hagioc'racy 

ha'giograph 

hagiog'rapha 

hagiog'raphal 

hagiog'raphcr 

hagiograph'ic 

hagiog'raphy 

hagiolatry yt?^ .h^- y^- "Tialf-baked 

hagiolog'ic C'r ■^<:%L — C's.1. half'-bindin; 




hagiolog'ical' 

hagioloiy ' /fi' <^7' i-^yii 



hair'-spring 

hair'-stroke 
hair'-trigger 

hair'-work 

hair'-worker 

hair'y 

Kai'ti y^ 

hake <^ I ' 

Hakluyt 

halberd /^ 

halberdier' / 

harbcrdman 

hal'berdmen 

HALBERDMEN 

hai'cyon 

'deman /^* 

hale 
hale'ness 

L D V.zMwy' 

Kaley 
half 3 

I a 
li cent 

II century 
II cup 
II minute 

/^an 

II hour -1- 

III ago 
I century 
I dozen .- 

half-and-half 3 

3 

; 3 




^ 



hag'-ridden 3 

Hague 

hah 3 i 

ha-ha' 3 

Hahn 

Hahnemann 

Hahnemann'ian 

Haidee' 

hail 

hailed 

hail'-fellow 

hail'stone 

hail'storm 

hail'y 

Hainaut' 

hain't 

hair 

hair'-bird 

hair'brcadth 

hair'-^rush 

hiT-!,-Llb 

h.ir clr.'h 




half'-blocd 3 
half-blooded 3 
half-boot 3 
half -bound 3 
half-bred 3 1 
half-breed 3 ^y\; 
half-brother 

half-brothe:^ 
>jhalf-cas[3 3 
half-cent' 3 



•yt ./-- v-q v-1 half-crown' 3 
f V/^ A J- r L-^ half-decl:ed 3 





half-relief 3 1 
half-rest 3 rry^ 
half-round 3 ^ 

half-shell 31 ,1 1 

half-s'nift 3 S^ >-^ 
half-sighted 3 ' 
half-sister 
'■' half-sole 3 
half-sov'ereign 3 
^'N.-^half-step 3 
half-tint 3 
half-tone 3 
half-way 3 
^;2^half-witted 3 
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165 



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haversack jrs. 

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hawk'-eyed 

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hay'cock 

hay'-cutter 

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hay'-fever 

hay'-field 

hay'-fork 

hay'-knife 

hay'-loader 

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hay'maker 

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head'ier 

head'iest 

head'ily 

head'iness 

head'land 

head'less 

head'light 

head'-line 

hcad'long 

head'n"ian 

head'-mas'ter 

head'men 

HEADMEN 

head'most ^ 

head'-piece <5 "U^^ 

head'-post 

head'quarters 

head'-rest 

head'ship 

heads'man --| 
heads'men c^-~^ 

HEADSMEN 

head'spring 

head'-sta" 

head'stone 



a-an-and 
his 



^ -^ 



K own (see our) 
-z I ours 
"\i some 

u other (see some) 

I somebody 

II else (see somebody) 




hea'thenize ^ 
hea'thenry ^r^^^^Vi 
heather ' V 
^_^ heath'ery a.- 

heath'-fowl 1 ') 
heath'-hen 
heath'y 1 
heat'ing i 
heat'ingly 



II else (see something) jTm'Crr^.-heave 



I tne 

II next (cp. do the) 




(f^-i— c\-^ I their 
II own 

theirs 
us 
you 
^ ^ II are (see you) 
I c^'"^ heard 

hear'er I 

\.-^^ \ "^hear'say i 

.^^c^'IIjj hearse'-cloth^ ^'X\'^(^ 
■ hearse' "" 




V^ 



.s 



^ 






-cloth 
-like 

i^"^!^ i;'^hearlache 3 '^ 
heart-beat 3 
y^ y\ heart'-blood 3 ^ 
ii\Ji c'\- — b heartbreak 3 "^ 
C^ heart'breaker 3 

:r^ ^ yi heart'breaking 3 

c^ U:::^ c '>--^<^ L-T^heart'broken 3 

heart'brokenly 3 
heart'burn 3 
heart'burning 3 
heart'-disease 

yi P y\ heart'en 3 
(^ v^ C I (heart'ener 3 

-^heart'felt 3 
o^ ^ heart-free 3 
<; cr~i o ir^ hearth 

heart'-heaviness 
heart'-heavy 
hearth'-rug . 
hearth'stone 



V. 



heav'cn-born yi 

.HEAVEN-BORN (f '^ 

heav'en-directed 

HEAVEN-DIRECTED y, /""^ 

heav'enliness I ^Ht^'Vsi /^^"^ 

HEAVENLINESS T ^ 

heavenly ^, /-, /^ ^ 
HEAVENLY t^T Vi Vi</ Vi ' 
heav'enly-minded ^^ 

- HEAVENLY-MINDED 'sjf^l /'^ 
heav'en!y-mindednesS(;r ^^ ^-^-^"^ 
HEAVENLY-MINDED- I /|' ' 

. . . TNESS ^-= ^^S' 

heav cnward '■ 

HEAVENWARD 

heav'enwards 





HEAVENWARDS r ^ r~\ 

heave'-offering V_>» (^''' ;<; 



heav'iest 



y -^^^ 



iheav'ily 
^ K^O'lA heaviness 





head'strong 
head'way 
head-work 
head'-worker 
head'y 
heal I 
heal'able 
healed i • 
heal'er i 

Hea'ley 

heal'ingly i 

health 

health'ful 

hcalthTully 

hcalth'fulness 

health-iest t^U^ ^k f^ 
health'ily 

healthiness .^- y^ /-^y^ 
healthless f \_$ I '^t \ 
health'lessness ^_p 

health'-Iift y^^^ -^^ 

health-officer A v: ( V' 

healthy 

Hea'ly 

heap X 

hear 1 








'^ ^\ 



n 



heart' ier 
heart'iest 
heart'ily 

heart'iness 
heart'less 3 
heart'lessly 3 

heart'lessness 3 ^-o — P 
heart'rending 3 1/' ' ,s/P' 
heart's'-ease 3 
heart'-service 3 
heart'-shaped 3 
heart'-sick 3 
heart'-sore 3 
heart'string 3 
heart'-swelling 

heart'-whole 
heart'y ^ 

heat I 
heat'er i 
heath i 
hcath'-cock i 
hea'then ^ 

hea'thendom c\i 
hea'thenish ' 

hea'thenishly 

hea'thenishness 

hea'thenism 



s 



yheav y 
heav'y-armed 
heav'y-handed 
heav'y-headed 

heav'y-hearted ^>v yy- ^n 

heav'y-laden ^^ V^^ I c:: >^' J _^ 
heav'y-weight ^ . /^' ,"" 

hebdom'adal 

ebdom'adally 
hebdom'adary 
He'be .-v 

He'ber cf N 

Hebra'ic 
Hebra'tcal 
Hebra'ically 
Hebra'icize 
Hebra'icized 
Hebra'tcizing 
He'braism 



%^^'\d'xJ^ %^^ Hebrais'tic ^S 
Hebrais'tically 

.^-Hebraiza'tion 
^^fr He'braize 

• He'braized 

^ ' He'braizing 
(^ He'brew i 
He'brewess 
He'brewist /fv^ 
- Hebri'cian i x)' 



r 
1 ^ 



./t 



Hebridal 

Hebrid'ean 

Heb'rides 

Hebrid'ian 

He'bron 

Hec'ate 

Hecatc'an 




HECATOMB 



171 



HELPFUL 



hec'atomb 
Heck 

heck'lo 

Hcc'Ia 

hec'tare 

hec'iic 

hec'tica! 

hcc'tically 

hec'togram 

hec'iograph 

hectograph'ic 

hcc'tolitcr 

hcc'tometcr 

hcc'tor t 

Hector 

Hccto'rian 

hcc'iostere 

Hcc'uba 

he'd I 

hedge 

hedge'-bill 

hedgc'-born 




hei'nously 

hei'nousncss 

Hein'rich 

heir 
I apparent 
I presumptive 

heir-appar'ency 

HEIR-APPARENCV 

heir'dom 

heir'ess 
heir'less 
heir'loom 




i-^^ ^^-A heir'ship 
I Ih. •■ 



ntage -Dorn ^ ^ ^p-^nei icai 

hedgehog ^n^ ^ol— <fr helically 
hedge'less \^^ helices 




r" 



:^- 



hedg 

hedgc'-parson 
hcdge'-pricst 
hedg'er 

hedge'row yfy 

hedge'-sparrow<:?>A 

hedon'ic 

hedon'ical 

hcdon'ics 

hed'onism 

hedonist 

hedonis'tic 

heed 

heedful 

HEEDFUL-LY 

heed fully 

heed'fulness 

KEEDFULNESS 

heedless i 

heedlessly 1 

heedlessness i 

heel I 

heeled i y^ 

heel er 1 •' I 

heel'less i 

hcel'piece i 

heel'-plale 

hecl'iap I 

Heep 

heft 

hcfiy 

hegel 

Hegelian 

Hegc'lianism 

HF.CKLIANISM 

Hr^c lianize 

He Ktlism 

hcgcmon'ic 

hcgcmon'ical 

hc'gcmony 

hegi'ra 

Heidelberg 

HeiTcr 

h'-irh'-ho I 




^ hel'icon 
/ Hel'icon 
Hclico'nian 
heliocen'tric 
helioccn'trical 
Heliodo'rus 
— he'liograph 
heiiog'raphef. 
heliograph'ic 
^^ ^^ heliograph'ical > 

cT .J~ ^ ' heliog'raphy 
^ — ' heliogra'vure 
y'^\ ^1 heliol'ater 

..-__* <> V- heliol'atrous 

V heliol'atry 
elio)'ogy 
heliom'etc 
hcliomet'ric 
hcliomet'rical 
hcliomct'rically. 
hcliom'etry 
Heliop'olia 
Helios 
helioscope 
helioscop'ic 
he'Iiostat • 
heliotrope 
heliotrop'ic 
helictrop'ical 
heliotrop'ically 
heliot'ropism 
.hc'tioiropy 
he'liotypc 
hcliotyp'ic 
hcliotypy 
hc'lix 
hell 
he'll I 
Hellas 



r\ 





r^<r.c, 




• ^ N_c- hellbred ' ^ ' themselves c/ ( K) 

^ hcllbrewed y^^' y^ y-\^ 1 <>>"' /^. 

/>' ...:.. hcllbrolh f r } I Ih^ 11 one (see this) ^ \ 

hell-diver ^. '> 1 us b 



Hellen'ic x"^^^ 

Hellen'ically I 
Hellen'icism 
Hel'lenism v^ 
Hel'lenist r ]_^ 
Hellenis'tic 
•^ ^Hellenis'tical . 
--^.^'-^Hellenis'tically f 
Helleniza'tion 
Hel'lenize >-^ 
Hel'Ienizer Av) { k) ( 
Heller 

Hel'lespont x^ 
Heilespon'tine /" 
hell'-fire' 

heU'grammitev'^ ^ 
hell'hound ( 
hel'licat 

hell'ish y~) 

hellishly i^ 
hell ishness 
hello' y^ 

hell'ward n 
hell'wards 
'yhelm -,-•— ^ 

hel'mel f 
hel'meted 

/^TW^el'met-shaped . 
Helm'holtz ^ 
helm'less 

helms'man 

elms'men 

HELrMSMEN 

H^loTse' ,v^ 

helot 1 n > < 

he'lotage i 
he'lotism --^ ^ 

HELOTISM 'K J~^ 

he'lotry i 

help /-X /^ 

I across I n ' ^ 
I him 
I himself 

I his 

II own (see his) 

Ills nr- r^ 

II own (see its) 

I several 

II other (see several) 

I some 

II one (see some) 

I somebody 

II else (sec somebody) 

I something 

II else (see 3omething)i 

I such 

II a (see such) 

I that 

II one (see that] 
I the 

I their 

II own (see thi 




heli'doomed 

el'lcbore 
Hcllcn 

Hellene ■^ 
Hellenes '. 
Hclle'nian 



I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 

I youri 
help' 
help 



-e" r> 

(ul C 






HELPFUL-LY 



172 



HERDSMEN 





r\j.^ 



nA V7" x^' hen'na 

/^/ >^/ Hen'ne 
hen'ne 



HELPFUL-LY^^^ . 
help'fully f XiA 
help'fulncss 

HELPFULNESS 

help'lcss 

help'Icssly 

help'maie f ^ 
help'mcet ^_p 

Helps y\^ ^ 

Hel'singfors f ^<f%^^ ' 
hcrter-skel'tcr 7^1 

hel'ter-skel'terincs 
helve 
Helvcl'lyn , 

Helvc'tia v^« y^ >^' O'v 
Hclve'tian f V_y r V_/^ 
Heivet'ic 

Helvc'tii 
hem 
he'mal 
He'mans 

hemastat'ic 

hemate'in 

hemat'ic 

hemat'ics 

hem'atin 

hem'atite /-^ 

hematit'ic ^^v 

hem'atoceic 

hem'aloid 

hematolog'ical 

hematol'ogy 

hemato'ma L. 

hem'atose t 

hemato'sis L. 

hematox'yiin 

hematu'ria L. 

he'mic 

hemicar'dia L 

hemicer'ebra 

hemicer'ebral 

hemicer'ebrum 

hemicra'nia L. 

hcmicran'ic 

hem'icycle 

hemicylin'drical 

hemidcmisemiqua'ver^' 

he'min i 

hemiple'gia L 

hemipleg'ic 

hem'isphere 

hemispher'ic 

hemispherical 

hemisphe'roid 

hemispheroid'al 

hem'istich 

hem'istichal 

hemisys'tole 

hem'Iock 

hem'lock-spruce 



hem'ming 

hemoglo'bin 

hemoglobinu'ria 

hem'orrhage 

hemorrhag'ic 

hem'orrhoid /--^-^;C^ 

hemorrhoidal ' 

hemosta'sia 

hemostat'ic 

hemp 

Hempel 

hemp'en 

hemp'-seed 

Hempstead 



^^ 



hemp'y 

hem'slitch 

hen 

hen'bane 

hence 

I a-an-and 

I he 
can (see he) ^ 

I it 

II is (see it) 

I the , p 

II matter L 

I that 
one (see that) 

y 

II have (see they) 
henceforth' 
hencefor'ward 
hench'man 
hench'men 

HENCHMEN 

hen'coop 
Hen'derson 
Hen'dricks 
Hen'gist 
hen'-hearted 
hen'house 
'"^^ hen'hussy 
^ Hen'Iey 
f Henlo'pen 



7 



<^ 



^L9 



--^--f 





epin 

^^ 
^'^_ Hen'nessy 
.0hen'peck 
Henri' 
Henriade' 
Henrietta 
Henriette' 
Henriquez 
hen'roost 
Hen'ry 

T 

I II 
I III 

I IV 
I V 
I VI 

VII 

VIII 
Hen'schel 
Hen'sel 
Hen'shaw 
hen'wife 
he'par L, 
hepat'ic 
hepat'ica 
hepati'tis L 




hcptam'eron 
heptan'gular, 
hep'tarch 

heptar'chic 
hcp'tarchy 
hep'tateuch 
her 
I majesty 

I majesty's 

II government 
I own 

'^\ intention 
I privilege 
r reason 
right 




I spirit ^ ' K^ y^" 

;.way \ \ <^ 

He ra • ^ 



Heracle'a 

eracle'an « 
Her'aclid 
Heracli'dae 
Heracli'dan <; 
Heraclite'an 
Heraclite'anism 
Heraclit'tc 
Heracli'tus ^ 
her'ald 
heral'dic ^ 
heral'dically 
her;aldry Sy^' /"-^ 



Vi_VL 



^ry^^^ 



hepatiza'tion c J' c \ c 'L 
hep-atize ° '*• -b 



^ 



1 



hep'atized 

hep'atizing 

hepatol'ogist 

hepatol'ogy 

iiepatorrhe'a 

hepatos'copy 

Hep'burn 

Hephaestus 

Heph'ziba 

hep'tachord 

hep'tad 

hep'tagon 

heptag'onal 

heptahe'dral 

heptahe'dron 




her'aldship 

Herat' 

Herault' 

herb 

herba'ceous 

herb'agc 

herb'al 

herb'alism 

erb'alist 
herba'rian 
herba'rium 

erb'-doctor 
Her'bert 
herbes'cent 

herbiferous 
her'bist 
Herbiv'ora L. 

her'bivorc 

herbiv'orous 

herb'less 

her'borist 

herboriza'tion 

her'borize 

her'borized 

her'borizer 

her'borizing 

her'bous 

herb'y 

Hercula'nean 

Hercula'neum 

Hercu'Iean 

Her'culcs 

Hercyn'ian 

herd 

herd'-book 

herd'boy 

Her'der ^ 

herd'er 

her'dic 

herd'man 

herd'men 

HERDMEN 

herds'man 
herds'men 




.h' 



s 



V-. V^ 



HERDSMEN 



HEX ATOMIC 



HERDSMEN 

hcrdswoman ^-^^ 
hcrds'women 

HERDSWOMEN 

here i 

I and 

It there 

hereabout I - 
here'abouts i 
hercaft'er 
HEREAFTER 

hereat' x 

hereby' i 

hereditability 

hered'itable 

hered'itably 

heredit'ament 

hcrcdita'rian 

hereditarily 

hered'ilariness 

hcred'itary 

hered'ity 
Her'eford 
herefrom' i 
herein' i 
hereinaft'er i 
hereinbefore' 

I mentioned 

I referred to 
herein'to i 

hereof ^ x /^ • 

hereon' \* A-"" 

her'esiarch 

hcr'esy 

her'ctic 

heretical 

heret'ically 
hereto' 
heretofore' 
hcrcun'der i 
hereunto' 

HEREUNTO 

hereupon' i 

Her'eward 

herewith' i 

heritabil'ity 

Hcriot 

her'itable 

heritably 

her'itage 

heritor 

hcr'itrix 

Herkimer 

Hcr'komer 

Herma'ic 

Hcrma'ical 

Herman 

Hermandad 

Hermann 

hcrmaph'roditc 

hermaphrodit'ic 

hcrmaphrodit'ical 

hermaphrodit'icall^ 

hermaph'coditi 

Hcrmaphrodi' 

hcrmcncu'tic 

hcrmcncu'tica! 

hcrmencu'tical 

hermeneu'tics 

hermeneu'tist 

Hcr'mes 

hermetic/ 

hermel'ical 

hermet'ically' 

Her'mia 





Hsrmi'one 

Hermio'nes 

her'mit 

her'mitage 

her'mitary 

her'mit-crab' 

her'mitess 

hermit'ical 

Hermop'olis 

hern 

Herna'ni 

her'nia 

her'nial 

He'ro 

hero t 

Her'od 

Hero'dian 

Hero'dias 

Herodote'an 

Herod'otos 

hero'ic 

hero'ical 

hcro'ically 

hero'icalnes's 

heroicom'ic 

heroicom'ical 

her'oine 

her'oism 

Hgrold' 

her'on 

iier'onry 
he'roship i 
" e'ro-worship 

HERO-WORSHIP 

e'ro-worshiper i 
her'pcs 
herpct'ic 
herpct'ical 
herpetolog'ic 
herpctolog'ical 
herpetolog'ically 
herpetorogist 
herpctol'ogy 
hcrr G. 
Hcr'rick 
her'ring 
her'ring-bank 
her' ring-bone 

her'ring-curcr 

her'rin^cr 

her'ring-fishery 

hers 

Her'sche! 

herself 

HERSELF '-^^ 

Hertford d 

Hcrl'fordshire 

Hcrtzegovi'na 

Hcr'vey 

Hcr'zog 

Hc'siod 

Hesiod'ic 

Hesi'one 

^cs'itancy 

HESITANCY^, 

hesitant 




s'sel ^ ^ C'^-'—b 
irm'stadt '^ 



hespe'rian Si^ ^^-JK \^ 
hes'perid ^^ \^c;r V5 ' 
Hesper'ides L 
Hesperid'ian 
Hesperus 

ess 
Hesse' 
Hesse'-Cas' 
Hessc'-Darm'stadt 

Hes'sen 
Hesse'-Nas'sau 
Hessian 
Hes'ter ^ 
hetae'ra </^ 
hetse'rae 

'hetae'rism ^y ^/'S'^x^' ^ 

hctae'risl ^ '\^ ^ '^\^' J?' 
hetseris'tic c 'k^— 

het'eroclite 
heteroclilic 
et'erodox 

et'erodoxly 

het'erodoxness 



t- 



gen'csis A 

genet'ic T 
g'enist </p 






itatory 
Hei'pcr 
Hespe'ria 




het'erodoxy 

heterog'amous • 

hcterog'amy 

heterogene'ity 

heteroge'neous 

hctcroge'neously 

heteroge'ncousness 

heteroge 

heterog. 

helerog 

helerograph'ic A , ^ 
heterog'raphy T — -i a,- 
heteromor'phic 
heteromor'phism 
heteromor'phous 
. ^ heteroplasia 

v/vT heteroplas'tic 
^-^^ ^ Heth 

het'man 

het'manate 
hct'manship 
hew 3 

hewed 3 ^^ 
ewer 3 Cf^ 
hcwgag 
hew'ing 3 
^Hewitt 
_^hcwn 3 
hex'achord 
hcx'ad 
hcxacm'eron 
hcx'agon 
hexag'onal 
hexag'onally 
hex'agram 
^Jj_hcxahc'dral 
hcxahc'dron 

Hex'am 

hexam'eter 

hcxam'etral 

hexamct'ric 

hexamet'rical 

hcxam'etrist 

hexan'gular 

hexapci'alous 

hcx'apod 

hexap'odous 

hex'astich 

hcx'astyle (^ 

hexftsyllab'ic 

hex'ateuch 

hexatom'ic 




-^-^-f\ 



HEXAVALENT 



174 



HINDUISM 





I tone 

I Tory . 

I treason 

I water 
high'-backcd 1 
high'binder i 

high'-blooded i -v' >^y 
high'-blown i <^ ^ ^ ^ 



% 



hexav'alent ^-^ 
Hexham S^^ 

hcy'day 

Hcy'se 

Hey'vv'ood 

Hezeki'ah 

hi 

hia'tus 

Hiawa'tha 

hi'bernate 
hiberna'tion V 
Hiber'nia 
Hiber'nian 
Hiber'nianism 
Htber'nicism 
Hiber'nicize 
Hiber'nicized ^ 
Hiber'nicizing 
Hiber'no-Cel'tic 
Hibernol'ogist 
Hibernorogy 
hibis'cus 
hie jacet L, 
hic'cup 

hick'ory 

hick'ory-nut 

Hicks 

Hicks'ite 
hid I 
hidal'go 3 

hidal'go Sp. 

hid'den 1 

hid'denly i 

hide I ^j ^ 

hide'-and-seek'c:fv \(^v\ 

hide'bound i 

hid'eous ^^ ^"^ ^y\r> 

hid'eously c:f b c? ^ cf ^. 

hid'eousness' 

hid'er 1 

hie I 

hi'erarch 

hi'erarchal 

hierarch'ic 

hierarch'ical 

hierarch'ically 

hi'erarchism 

hi'erarchy 

hierat'ic 
Hi'ero 

Hier'ocles 

hieroc'racy 

hi'eroglyph 

hieroglyph'ic 

hieroglyph'ical 

hieroglyph'ically^ 

hierog'lyphist 

hi'eromancy 

Hieron'ymus 

hier'ophant 

hierophan'tic 

Hig'gins 

Hig'ginson 

hig'gle 

higgledy-pig'gled 
hig'gler 
high I ^ 

I baili^ 
1 birth 

I caste _t l-Jf' l^-'-- High'landry 

I church high'-lived i 

I court y^ y^ I— ~N y\ high'-low i 

II of admirally___ r 0< ' _ - high'-low'-jack 

III parliament s~^\y''^high'ly 1 



high'-mcitlcd yyj ^ ^v 'v? 



^-\. 




_9 




I feather /-l ^K^ .y 

I finish .^._x r high'-minded 

I hand high'-mindcdness 

I heart y\ /^ yi .high'-necked 

I horse .. . --.P.--S-rC7rhigh'ncss i 

I jinks p ■ /^\^ high'-pitchcd I - ^' 

I land y^ yC - y^ high'-placed i y< ^^\ 

I license .'i f.^:^--- high'-pressure i c?^' ^ c^ ^^K 

I life ^-1 _^high'-priesthood I Ji^ y 

I light y y ^ high'-priestship i ^V, 

I living-. r i: high'-principled <:^ 3x^'\ ^ 

I noon high'-proof i '' ' 

I pitched ^^\ ^y\^ ^^high'-reaching i 

I place _- / - -high road I 

I position high'-seasoned 

I price /^Nj /^N^^^N^high'-souled i 

I priest - high'-sounding i 

I proof p high'-spirited i 

I relief /^'"'^ /^ y^ high'-stepper i 

■ school-- . -.r high'-steppingi 

I seas _/V- high'-street I 

/V^high'-strung i /«i ^_ ^j, 

..'l.-^high'-toned i (^ [^^ ^^ ^"^ 
high'-tuned x 

high'wayman i 
high'waymen 

HIGHWAYMEN 

high'-wrought i 
hi'lar V — \ 
.Hila'ria 1 .\ 
hila'rious 
hila'riously^ 
Hila'rius i 
hilar'ity 
Hil'ary 

da 

debrand 

4,^ "Sir. r 

hill'-country 

HILL-COUNTRY*^" 

Hil'ler 

hill'-fever i ' 



J/^ hi: 

' high'-born i 

high'-bred i J^ ^tr yt 

_^ high'-built 1 cT ^ <^ ^ ^ A 
<s vy high'-church i ' 



high 

high'-churchism i 
high'-churchman i d^'^ /. c 
high'-churchmanship (/^ 



HIGH-CHURCHMAN- 
[SHIP 
high'-churchmen ^~> 

HIGH-CHURCHMEN/y -^ 
high'-cockalorum /_ 

igh'-colored i 
high'er i 

I algebra 

I criticism 




high'est I 

highfalu'tin 

high'-fed I 

high'-finished i (/v 

high'-flavored 

high'-flier y' ^ y^^y 

high'-flown ^ * ^-~^if '' ^■ 

high'-flying "■^ 

High-gate -^ 

high'-grown t I 
high'-handed i 
high'-hearted i c;"^! yW \ 

high'-heartedness i ^^ v "^l p^ 

high'-holder i 
high'-keyed i ^^ — i 
high'land I ^ I 
high'lander i 
^y high'landish i yj 



him 
HIM 
/^ P Hima'laya 

— 'Hima'layan. 

Himil'co 
himself 
SELF 




IM 
hind 1 

hind'er (a.) i 
hin'der (v.) 
hin'derer 
hind'ermost I* 

Hin'di ^ 1 

hind'most i <^ I 

hin'drance 

hind'sight 

Hin'du 

Hin'duism 




^^^^ 



HINDUIZE 



175 



HOBBYIST 




<-~x^:^^o, 




Hin'duize 

Hindustan' 

Hindustan'! 

hind'ward 1 -o 

hind'wards 1 ^^ ^ ^ 

Hincs 

hinge ^ — ^ ^^_v^^ 

hinge'less <r f t^ f i^ 

hint 1 * ' 

Hin'terland .^^^ 



hip I ^.^ 

hip-bone 1 1:;"^ \ 
hjp'-joinl 1 

Hippar'chus.'^v 
hippocam'pus >s_ 
hippocen'taur 

hip'pocras 

Hippoc'rates 

Hippocrat'ic 

Hippoc'ratism 

Hippoda'mia 

hippodrome ' 

hip'pogriff 

Hippol'yla 

Hippol'ytc 

Hippol'ytus ^^^ ^ 

hippopot'amu's 

hip'purale 

hippu'ria 

hippu'ric 

hip'-roof l' 

hip'-roofcd l/\ 
Hi'ram ^ \^\ 
hir'cine 
hire 1 
hirc'Icss l 
hireling i 

hirse ^^ 

hirsute' '3 

hirsutc'ness 
his 9 

HIS ef^ 

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I answer 

I circumstances 

I consideration 

I description q — ^ ^-^""N 
I endeavor • 

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offense 

secret 
I intention 

security q — 1 
.sensibility I 

'separation 

simpHcity <5"^ 

situation 

size 
sober 

I judgment 

II reason 
society 
sojourn 
solicitude 

itude 
solvency 
son 

sorrow 
soul 

speculation 
speech " V^ D 

pherc ^--^ 

spirit \ 

spiritual <>/ O^ r\ 

life (see spiritual) i^ 

standard 
state 

statement 
station 
subject 
subjugation 
subscription / 
ubstancc 
success 
suggestion 

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support 
supporters 
supposition 
surprise 
surrender 
sympathy 
Hispa'nia 
Hispan'ic 
Hispan'icism 
Hispan'icize 
Hispan'icized 
Hispanio'la 
Hispan'iolatc 

Hispan'iolizc 
Hispan'iolizcd 
Hispan'iolizing 
hiss I 



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historiograph'ic'^s ^5 — - ^ •, - f 

historiograph'ical '>^.<,\y \~y. 
q O historiog'raphy V 5 T v// ^^ 

\^ historiol'ogy ')/ > S-^ y^ 

his'tory 

his'tory-painting 

his'tory-piece •*j,>^ 

histrion'ic 

histrion'ical 
histrion'ically '%( 
histrion'icism 
his'trionism /^ 

hiti '^)~^ 

hit'-and-miss' 

Hitch'cock ^ (^1. 
hitch'er i ' ' • 
hitch'ily i 
hitch'iness i 
hiich'ing-post X 
hitch'ing-strap 
hitch'y 1 
hith'er i 

I and 2 

II thither 

II yon 

hilh'ermost \K 
hith'erio i >-^ 
hith'erward i 

hith'erwards i 

hit'-off I 

hit'-or-miss' 

hit'ter I -^ 

hitting 1 I ^"^ 

Hitt'itc 

hive I /* z' \ 

hive'-bec ^ <^ -^ \ 
hive'less i 



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II desire 

I expression q^ 
I extravagance O 
I happiness 

I highness y^ **— ^ *~^ hiss'er 
I honor .A. ./-- hiss'ing 1 



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histologic X ' ,yil—r<^y Hobart 



II Judge Smith 

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I knowledge J-/ histologically^^- Piy. P3, Hobbesian y^ y\^ /\l 

I own /. histologist ' ^J__,/Y6<rY^ ^^oV'asim ^ No* <r V<^ 

■--'-- -^ ° ' *^— i histol'ogy ■ ■ ■ ■ Hob'bist ^ 

L-fc......... hobble . X ,, / .\ 

V^ " ^ y^ hobbledehoy N '^ ^, 



11 lime (see own) 

I purpose 9 

I •. .' red N. 

II honor N^ 

I salvation 

I sanction .jC^, 

I -, irrlily O 

I ..••■friction 
I -^a*. jor . ..p. 
I second tj 






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Hob'bi:it 

hislo'rian v^^ ^ ^ hob'ble 1 

histor'ic V^ V^ K hobbledehoy 

hislor'ical hob'bler i 

histor'ically ^ ^ ._» hob'blingly i 

. hisloricalneis'V^ Tr .\\y1 hobby 1 

his'toried ' ^ ^ hob'oyhorsc i 

historiette' \>y ^y y\ hobbyhoraical 

histor'ify V^"! "V^ vt.>K^ v_^_^hobbyhorsicai: 
histor'ifying hob'bylst i 



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176 



HOMOGENY 



hob'goblin 
hob'nail i 
hob'nob 
Hobo'ken 
Hobson's choice 
Hoch'heimer 
hock I 
hock'cy 
ho'cus 
ho'cused 
ho'cusin^ 
ho'cus-po'cus ' 
hod I ^^ 

hod'-carrier i c \ 
hod'fu! I ^ 

Hodge ^ 

hodge I (^/ 

hodge'podge ^ 
hodiernal 
hod'man i 
hodmen 

HODMEN 

hoe 

hoe'cake 

hoed ^^ 

hoe'ing {^ I 

ho'er 

HofT man 

Hoffmann 

Hof mann 

hog I 

Ho'gan 

Hogarth 

hogback 

hog'-cholera 

Hogg ^ 

hog'gish f— 7 

hog'gishly ^ 

hog'gishness 

hog'gism 1 

hog'-pen 

hogs'head 

hog'skin 1 

hog'sty 

hog'wash 

hog'weed '^ — c 

Hohenlin'den | 

Hohenloh'e 

Hoh'enstaufen 

Hoh'enzoliern 

hoi'den 

hoi'denish 

hoist I 

hoist'ed I 

hoist'er 1 

hoist'way i 

hoi'ty-toi'ty 

ho'ky-po'ky 

Hol'bein 

Hol'born 

Horbrook 
hold 
I him 

I himself ^ 

I his ^^ 

II own (see his) 

I one 

II more (see one) ,^^ 

I one's 

II own 

I oneself cO*— ^ 
I our 

ti own (see our) 

I ours 

I ourselves 




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such ^-~-v^^ 

n a-an (see such) (f\ 

I their 

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I theirs / 
I them 
I this 
I us 
I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 
I yourself 

hold'back 



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hold'en 
hold'er 
hold'-fast 

(^ V — :i c^ L-^-i holiday 
ho'lier 

ho'liest 
ho'lily 




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ho'liness 

HOLINESS 

Hol'inshed 
hol'la 1 
Hol'land 
Hol'lander 1 ^/^ 
Hol'landish i 
hol'lands i 
hollo' ^r^' 

holloed' 

hol'lOW I y^ 

i— Hol'loway ^A 
hol'lowed I 
hol'low-eyed 1 
hol'low-hearted 
hol'low-horn 
^ — P horiow-horned >-- 
"I hol'lowly I ^n^' 
hol'lowness i 
hol'low-toned i 
hol'Iow-ware 1 
hol'ly I 
hoj'lyhock 
hol'ly-tree i\ 
holm 
Holmes 
hol'ocauSt 
Holofer'nes 
hol'ograph 
hoIograph'icN 
Hol'slein 

Ahoi'ster 

hol'stered 
■ holt 

ho'ly 

HOLY 

I Alliance 
I Bible 
I bread 
I city 
I cross 
^ I family 
I father ■ 
I fire ^, 

./^p I Friday <^ ^ 
I Ghost y\ 

I grail ^? 
\ land <f 
I League 
I sabbath 
I Saturday 
I scripture 







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synod 

I Thursday J\ ^^ 

'Virgin c^<Y c^ ) 

I war 1 (/ 

I water 

I woman (^ 

I writ 

ho'lyday Vn 
Hol'yoke K I 
Ho'lyrood 

ho'Iystone v- 

hom'agc 1. 

homalom'ic 

homat'ropine 

Hom'burg 

home 

I department 

I of.ice 

I rule 
home'-born 
hcme'-bound 
home'-bred 

home'-brewed 

honie'-coming 

home'-felt 

home'-keeping 

home'Uss > 

home'lessness 

home'lier . 

home'iicst /- — n 

home'like 

home'lily 

home'iiness 

home'ly 

homc'made j 

ho'mcopath /- — -> 

homeopath'ic 

homeopath'ically 

homeop'athist 

homeop'athy 

hom'er 

Ho'mer / — -. 

Komer'ic 

Homer'idse J^^"^^* 
Hcrp.erorogy^ir^ I ( 
hcme'-rule 

I bill 
home'-ruler 
home'sick 
home'sickncss 
hcme'spun ^"^ — 
home'stead . 

home'steader ^"^ 
home'ward 
home' ward-bound 

home'wards , . 
hom'icidal a — -^ 
hom'icide 

homilet'ic >^- 

homilct'ics > — •/ '\ — 
homilet'ical 

horn'ilist . ^^ 



hom'ily ■^ — V. ^ 

hom'ing 

hom'iny 

ho'mo L. V — >_^ 

homochro'mous 

homogene'ity ^^• 
homoge'neous C_-^. 
homoge'ncously * ] 
homoge'neousness - 
homogen'csis 
homog'eny 



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177 



HORDE 



ho'mograph 

homograph'ic 

homog'raphy 

homohe'dral 

homoiou'si 

HOMOIOUSIAN 

homolat'erat 

homorogale <-. 

homologation 

homolog'ical 






I that ^^ — ( "Z — X '^^^-f hook'edness 

II one (see thai) 5^r^_ Hook'er 

I the hook'er 

II man (cp. take the) hook'let 

I their ^^.....^-^c; ^ ^ ? hook'-nose 3 

H own hook'-nosed 3 

I theirs ^^-_-^ *=— -^ *^^^ hook'y 3 

I them \ \ Hoole 

II that (see them) ^ hoop 3 
I themselves ^z^^ ^:;^ "S:— ^ Hoop'er 

\3 >a_^hoop'er 3 
one (see this) hoop'-iron 3 

I us <:;^_P *=-— ^ ':::^ hoop'-pole 3 

I your r_ 0--hoop'-skiri 3 

II own (see your) " hoop'-snake 3 
I yours <::-— ^ ^^^ y^* Hoo'sac 

. I yourself b o- - ti^ Hoo'sier 3 

Hono'ra hoot 3 

hon'orable ^^i-K. '^^^^ '^^^*-'^\ ^oot'ing 3 



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i gentleman 

I member 

II for Alabama 

III Ari~ona 
III California' 
111 Colorado 
111 Georgia 
III Illinois 

III Louisiana _ , 

III Maine <=;— ^\/^") 
III Maryland ^-^ 

III Massachusetts 

III Michi 

III Minnc::ota 

III Mississippi 

111 Missouri 
111 Montana 






111 North Dakota *5*-A. \ ^ 
III Rhode Island \.^ \ 

III South Carolina 'i—^ *^;,.ii-^.-^' 



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homol'ogize * ■■ - 

homol'ogized , x7 % ^^ iX 

homol'ogizing A/jJ^^J^^l 

homol'cgous ' ' 

homolograph'ic 

hom'ologue 

homologu'me'na 

homol'ogy ^ ^■ 

ho'monym /— W 

homonym'ic 

homon'yrnous 

homon'ymously 

homon'ymy 

honioOu'sian 

homoQu'sious >f>.._y 

ho'mophone . ' 

homophon'ic ^ 

homoph'onous 

homoph'ony 

ho'moiype 

homotyp'ic 

homotyp'ical 

ho'molypy 

homun'cular 

homun'culus 

Hondu'ras 

hone 

honest i ^ 

hon'cst-hcarted 

hon'estly x 

hone'stone 

hon'esiy 

hon'cy 

hon'cy-bag 

hon'cy-bec 

hon'eycomb 

hon'cycombing 

hon'eydcw 

hon'cycd 

hon'cycdncss 

hon'eying y^^-^^^y^ y^^,^\iOX 

hon'eylcss ^ ^ b^ ^^(^ hor 

hon'ey-locust 

hon'eymoon y. 

hon'cy-mouthed<^ 

hon'cysuckle 

hon'ey-swect y^-^ 

Hong'-Kong'^T \ 

Hon'iion y 

honk y""^"^ — ^V"^^^ ( hoo'doo 3 ^« 

Honolu'lu O yi <;._^ hoodwink j ^^|— 

hon or i "^ ^ hoof 3 

I a-an-and ^*.-^ ^^„-f ^.«*< hoof-hound ^^^ 

I her .-_rr>y . JX-hooflcas 3 o ^ V 

It own (see her) hoof-mark 3 

I herj «*_-x^^ ^^»^* <=_P hoof -pad o^ v ^^- 

I herself ..-.TT^ -T^j hoof -pick o '"X^* 

I hia hoof -fthaped 3 J 

II own (sec \\\s') *',._A_> ^.-^ ^.^ Hook 
I It ---.-, L...khook 3 • £. ! z — L 




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HOPE 

I that _X^ 

II the (see that) ^ 

I the 

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their 

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I there 

II is (see there) 

I this 

II is (see this) 

I to have 
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II own (see your) _ 
1 yours 
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I senator i^ 

hon'orablenessi C_^l 

hon'orably 

honora'rium L, 

I 
hon'orary 
hon'orer 
Hono'ria 

honorific 
hon'oring i 
Hono'rius 
^hon'orless 

on'or-man I 
hon'or-mcn 

HONOR-MEN 
Hood 
hood 3 



hopeful 
HOPEFUL-LV 
hope'fully 
hopc'fulncss 
HOPEFULNESS 
nope'Iess 
HOPELESS 
^hopelessly 

^^"hopelessly 




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hope'lessncss J\y^' y^ -__'^_._. 

HOPELESSNESS (_^ p^ 

hop'-garden I ^^ ^- ^— ' 

hop'ingly 

HOPINGLY 

Hop'kins 

l-lop'kinson 

hop'litc 




hook'a 3 

II own (src II'.) %^^ ^^ ^»^ hook*-.ind-cye' 

I iuch _.«.^_j,«.^«,..Y^. hook'-bcakcd d 

ii*(sceiuch) hook'-bill 



hoodies* 3 yx/^ y\/''^~y\ ■, V 'i°P'-o'-'"y-thumb' 
hood'lum C-V' (f-J C-\^-^ hop'per i ^ 

hood'man-blind hop'-picker 1 

<\hop'ple I 
^ hop'-polc I 
hop'py I 

hop'scotch 
hop'-vinc I 
hop'-yarj i 

ace 
rae 
ho'ral 
ho'rnry -^. y 

llora'lian 
Hora'lii 
Horatio t^\ 
horde 




HORDE 



178 



HOUSE OF REFUGE 



HORDE . 

hori'zon y^ 

hori'zon-glass 

horizon'tal 

horizontal'ity 

horizon'tally 

horn I 

hornbeam 

horn'-bill 





horn'blende 
hornblend'ic 
horn'blower 
horn'book i ^ 
horn'-bug i 
Hor'nellsvjlle 

Hor'ner 
hor'net 
horn'ier x 
horn'iest i 
horn'isl i 
horn'less i 

horn'Iessness 
horn'Iet i 
horn'pipe i 

horn'stone 
horn'-tip i 
horn'y i 
horn'y-fisled i 
horn'y-handed 
hor'ologe 

horologiog'rapher 

horo!ogiograph'ic/-v^ >^_^ 

horologiog'raphy > ">^ 

hord'ogist 

horolo'gium ^/ 

horol'ogy 

horom'eter 



h'orse'-collar i 
horsed i / 

;horse'-dealer i 

horse'-doctor i/^ / 
horse'-drench i A 

horse '-flesh 1 n 

horse'-fly J~^ n 1 

>> ^ horse'-guards ^-^^ /">. 

>/ horse'hair i - d 

horse'hide 

horse 

horse 



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hos'pitableness 

HOSPITABLENE: 

hos'pitably 

HOSPITABLY 
hos'pital 
HOSPITAL 
hos'pitaler. 
hospital'ity 
HOSPITALITY 
pital-ship 
"tium L. 



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e'hide i ^^^ /^ /~v^ hos'pita 
e'-jockey Id 9^ '' • hospi'ti 
e'-laugh I •s\ / ' host ^.,_^ 

horsc'-litter I /-s//^ /-^ hos'tage P P-^ ^y~~\ 

horse'man I 0. V-i ^-^Jhos'tel ^V ^Y ^Y ''\ 

horse'manship -^ hos'teler y ^. ^ 



HORSEMANSHIP 

horse*-ma ' 

horse'-master i 

horse 

HORS 

horse 



hos'telry 
host'ess 
/"-s^^ host'ess-ship ~\ 

- °^^ hos'tile JV- 

'hos'tilely (^V 
hostil'ity \ 



horse'-pistol i 

horse 

horse'-pon 

horse'-post i , 
horse'-power i 
horse'-race X 
'N^.y horse'-racer i 
horse'-racing i 
horse'-rack i 



'men /--^ N.,^ Z ^^ 
;emen ^-T-^^.f-i./N /^ 

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'-pistol I /-- /-^ <t. /^ hos'tler /6 "" l 

'-play \ S^\ .> hot I tfT 

'-pond X ■ V" ' 3"d heavy ^ 

f^.J' -blast ^< 

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horse'-radish i 
horse'-railroad 




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horom'etry 

hor'oscope 

hor'oscoper/ 

horoscop'ic 

horos'copist 

horos'copy ^C 

hor'rible ^ * 

hor'ribleness 

hor'ribly 

hor'rid 

hor'ridly 

hor'ridness 

horrific 

horrifica'tion 

HORRIFICATION 

hor'rify 

hor'rifyin 

horripila'tion 

hor'ror 

hor'ror-stricke: 

hor'ror-struck 

Hor'sa 

hors'-d'ceuvre' 

horse i /-^ 

horse'-armor i ^ 
horse'-artillery i 

horse'back i 
horse'-bean x 
horse'-block 
horse'-boot i 
horse'-boy I 
horse'-car i 
horse-chest'nut i 
horse'-clipper 
horse-cloth 




HORSE-RAILROAD ^ 

_ ^C.^^ >--7.horse'-rake i / 
/ 'VV horse'-sense' 
horse'shoe i 

horse'shoe-crab 
horse'shoeing i 
horse'shoer i 




blast 
blood 
I box 

hot'bed I 
hot'-blooded i 
hot'-brained i 
^Ihotch'potch 

■'-v^' hotel' 

^ hotel' F. 

hot'-head i 
hot'-headed i 
hot'house I 
livered i 




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horse'-soldier I d 5/ d^— 

horse'tail i ^ Y^ 



horse'way i 
horse'whip i 
horse'woman 

horse'women 

HORSEV/OMEN 

Hors'iord 
hors'iness i 
hors'y i 
horta'tion 

hor'tative y^i 
hor'tatory,^ .[/ 
Hortense' ** 
Horten'sia 
horticul'tural 
hor'ticulture ^ 

orticul'turist , 
Ho'rus O. , . . 

hosan'na k 

hose ' 9 '" 

Hose'a ^^^ 

'hose'-carriage 

ose'-company p 
hose'man ^\ 
hose'men 

HOSEMEN 

hose'-reel 

Hoshe'a 

ho'sier 

ho'siery 

Hos'mer 

hos'pice 

hos'pitable 

HOSPITABLE 




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hot'-pot I 
hot'-press i 
hot'-pressed i 
hot'-pressing i 
hot'-spirited i 
,Hot Springs 
Hot'spur 
hot-tempered i 
Hot'tentot 
Hottentot'ic 
hot'ter I 
hof test I 




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Hougomont' 

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ouns'low 

hour 3 . 

hour'-glass 3 

hour'-hand 

hou'ri 3 

hour'ly 3 

Housaton'ic 

house 3 
I bill 

I committee 
I of Commons 



II David 
II God 
II Lords 
Parliament 

prayer _ 
II refuge 



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179 



HUGUENOT 



II regents 

II Representatives^ 
house-agent 3 
house'-boat 3 .^ 

housebreaker 3 c 
housebreaking 3 

house'-builder 3 yXi 

house-car 3 o^~/\ 

housed 3 

house 

house' 

house-fly 

house'ful 

HOUShFUL 

house'hold 

HOUSEHOLD 




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.flu ^-= . I late 

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householder 3 __^^__ c o 
housekeeper 3 <^ 



II entertains 
II feels 
II finds 
II found 
knew 
M_ knows 
•p^i understands 
derstooJ 
II views 



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housekeeping 3 
houseless 3 
house'lessncss 3 
house'maid 3 




long " 

II after (see long) 

X 11 have 

III you (see have). 

I many 

II a (see many) 

I may 

II you (see may) 




y-Sf- y(f^ y€^> much 
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housemate 3 
house'mother 3 
house'-painter 3 
house-physician 3 

house'-pigeon 3 
house-raising 3 
house'-room 3 
house'-snake 3 
house-sparrow 3 
house'-spider 3 
house'-steward 3 
housc'-surgeon 3 
housc'-swallow 3 

house'-tax 3 P 
housetop 3 t^"*! — 6 
house'warming 3 



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II it (see must) 

I shall A.^K> 

II a-an I 

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III be /^ jA 
III do (see I) ^ N A-/ I 

II it 

III be 

I should 

II it (see should) 



III a 

I they 

II are 
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I this 

II is (see this) 

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I you ^ ^ 

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howsoev'er ty 
HOWSOEVER 

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housewifery 3 

house'wives 3 P 
house'work 3 d'^S'^ 
housing 3 
Houssayc' 
Houston 
Hou'yhnhnm 

Hova ^, J> 

hove <^^-^ C"^ 

hovel I 

hov'eler 1 y^ 

hover >-^^ o 

hov'erer -'1 

hov'eringly 

how 

HOW 



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that 
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Hub'bard </ ^N<\ 

hub'ble-bubble 
hubbub 
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Hu'ber 

Hu'bert 

Hiib'ner 

Hue 

huckaback 

huc'kle 

huckleberry 

huc'klcbone 

huckster 

huck'stcrcr 

huck'stress 

Huddersfield 

huddle 

hud'dler 

Hu'dibras 

Hud'bras'tic 

Hudson t 

Hudso'nian c^bL- 

huc 3 

hucd 3 yi 

huclcss 3 (S" "I 

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huff'ingly^ 

huffish 

huff'ishly ^ 

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huge 3 i-:— 

hugely 3 

hugc'ncss 3 I 

hugcr 3 <i'l J> 

hug'est 3 

hug'ger-muggcr^ 

Hugh <f 

Hughes 

Hugo 

Hugo F ^ 

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Hu'guenolism f— ~\ V^ V hu'meri L. ^ — ^^ \/l' hun'kerism ^ — L 

Hul'dah l~~^t I. ( humerodig'ital ^""^^-^J, hunks 

hulk humerodor'sal (v— !l^v1~ Hun'nic 

hulk'ing V^ * \^-T — • V^— humerometacar'pa! ' . ^[^Hun'nish ^o 

hulk'y iff humeroradial „V/ '^ 'S. ^^Hunt tJj/ <^ <f? 

Hull humerus i-.^ -'^'^'' ^^__^j;;^* » hunt 

hull '-y- V^ /^ Vn Hu'mian 3 ^—5^ 1 a-an-and 

hullabaloo/^ A V A I humid 3 /— 2 (^ f?. 1 another <f^ <^ - (T'- 

hulled humidity " 1 11 one (see another) 

huH'er "V — ^\. — '' ^. , hu'midncss 3 /Ov' ^'^ 

hulling-machinef Af * b^Z-^^ humiliate (-S__s> >-<■- /— C/SV 1 the ef° ^ <r^>~ 

hum humiliation • 11 next (cp. do the) 

hu'man 3 humil'ity ^o* ^^ v/* 1 us 

I affairs .' — S --^;_^-^- Hummel .A-C/f I ^ /-U/ hunter <^ c?^ '^^^ 

I being ' f ^ hummer Hunter ^' •^ > 

I body ^~^ ^^^hum'ming ^— ^ Hunte'rian ^-^^ 

I countenance ^_. P humming-bird /-^^v_>X hunting-cap <r< c^ 

I destiny ^^~^ ^'~^^~io* ^ hum'mock z-^-^^.^' hunt'ing-case 

I existence 1/ hum'mocky , ^ ^ '>/^' hunl'ing-coat 

I family _.^_^. _y:,-.__^:^,,^---hu'mor / — ^^ (i /C^^ hunting-dog c;<J; ^x <^ — \~ ^-^^^"^ 

I government ^T '^ r ^^'--' hu'moral ' jg — - ozP Huntingdon L— J 

I happiness hu'moralism* C "*• f^^f^a — hunting-field 

I history _/ hu'moralist c *:> ^ hunt'ing-groundc:^?; 

I interest *" \^ ^ ^/"^ '*^~^ humoresque' hunt'ing-horn 

I kind hu'moric ^~^ x^^° ~\f~'^ hunting-knife 

I knowledge hu'mori3m<;r ^ t^ hunt'ing-shirtu , _ 

I life '' ^ ■* ^^~~/* f hu'morist -^ hunting-song ^ 

1 mind humoris'tic i^^- ^ ^ <Tto hunt'ing-sword 

I misery -^ hu'morlcss tS: I <> c; Huntington (^ — '^'^ c^*^ y 

I nature ' >-i ' > ^' X^hu'morous ^- hunt'ress J 

^ race hu'morously iHo- -— ? o Hunts 

I rights -fi -x1 ^_. h'j'morousness,^ ^'^^^"y-'y-^ huntsman <^ ^^^ * <:T~^ 

I society ■* ^ *" ^ b •'"T^ hu'morsome ^ -^ hunts'manship 

I understanding hu'morsomely ; ' 'f' „ 1 HUNTSMANSHIP 

I voice hu'mersomeness^.^^ ^~^ i^ — ■ — S> huntsmen ^^'^~? <^?''^ ^""^ 

I wisdom •'■ ^ ' r" '' *liump t' ^ ^ ^J_^ HUNTSMEN -y 

humane' ^^^ hump'back ^'"^v '^"N^^ hur'dle ^-^ ^^ 

humanely A-7-5 ^"^(^ '''^~5_9 hamp'backed > :- \— • /-^ hurdle-race '^ 'j* o 

humaneness " humped hurdy-gurdy I [/S 

hu'man-heartedness humph ^"^ A — >c^ /■ — r^ hurl ^-^w^ 

human'ics 3 Z-^T I >- <■ n /^-^ Humphrey ^ ' d hurl'er 'Y 

humanism ^L_p ')^Hum'phreys | hurly-burly >,^_? ^i 

hu'manist hump'less / — /' ^'^■^' | | Hu'ron 

humanis'tic ^"^ ^"v ''^ /^hump'ty-dump'ty l^U — -,. / — ^Huro'nian c^ ^ o /; 

humanis'tically ^ X — '^ — '• hump'y | Hu'ron-Iroquois' v \, V 

humanita'rian '"> — 1. /^"^^ 1/^^ ^Hun ^^ y"^ /"~~/ hurra' 

humanita'rianism ^^^— Q.^_% hunch ^y^ ^ 10 L hurraed' 

HUMANITARIANISM ^U-'^ hunch'back N — : hurrah' \ y 

humanity ^~~: — i- ^n> ^_^"^hunch'backed ^/~-i-7 ., . hurrahed' 

humaniza'tion 1 0' ^^. hun'dred c I ~~ — 1' "•—^ hurrahing 

humanize / hundredfold N_-: hurraing \ 

hu'manizer ^\ hun'dred-Iegs ^ — ^ . ' hur'ricane 

humankind 3 1 ■^~>-3 A-r^/^'hun'drcdth <!--V ^~~^'^~'to hurricane-deck 

humanly 3 ^N " ' hun'dred weight ( .^ hurried v^ ^ \ 

hu'manness 3 j /"^ hung y^^^y^^^—r'^ J>hur'riedly y \. 

Humber /'~S__5 ^ -^ ^'^^Hunga'rian t> tJ ^^j_^— r hur'riedness 

Humbert " Hungary ^ hur'rier ^ N/>— ' \ 

humble y -^ /'^t^ hun'ger ^ ~ ' ^ /~_L^ hurry 

hum'blebee*-!-/ >-^ \ /-^ ' HUNGER <;? , iJ 1 hurrying 6- o \ 

humbleness hungered hur'ryingly y^ 

humble-pie' ^^u , y — ^ , ^5- HUNGERED .^-J,.'-^ hur'ry-skur'ry /^^ ^ '--v 

humbler A/ \ A/ A A/^ hun'gerer. ^^_,^ ^ '^ Hurst <^ ''\ ^<il 

humblest HUNGERER I i^.s-'-^hurst 

hum'blingly ^ /-r. y- hungering y — .'_--< — hurt 

hum'bly i^. p^'. t~^ HUNCERlNGt:i -- , ^-- - ,.,;, ^— ^ 1 a-an-and A ^ 

Humboldt hungrier /^J,?^"^ ' him 

humbug I I I HUNGRIER <^\g^ I himself . , , 

hum'buggcr/ — !_ / — < — - ../hun'griect- ^. .^ .^.y ^, ^ 1 his ^-^Ti tf $_ 

humbuggery / — --Ly HUNGRIEST / ' °"' ^ 

humdrum /-i-^ . ''"^^"H hun'grily /JjT"^' ^^LS~ii another (see one), V_S>^"^^^ 

Hume U^ /— T HUNGRILY ^J --..^-_;^.<i 1 one's ^ 

humecta'tion hungry ' I 11 own (see one) 

hu'mefy < — ^ ^~A\a \vHUNGRY Z"-^-' ^,-^1,^ 1 oneself Z i. ^ 

hu'mefying ^ V ^/— 0^' hunk <^---^-C O 1 our ^_j) V^ ^~. 

humeral Hunker 11 own (see our) ^ 




HURT SOME 



i8i 



HYMN-TUNE 



I some 

II one (see some) 

I somebody 

II else (see somebody) ^-t> 

I something cTrf 

II else (see something) 

I the 

II next (cp. do the) v 

I their 

II own (see their) . 
i theirs ^ >\ 

I them ' ' J 

II that (see them) 
I themselves S 

I this *■ 

II one (see this) 
t us 
I you 



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I your 
irown I 



I (see your) ^ 
I yours f 

I yourself 

hurt'cr 

hurtful 

hurt'fully 

hurt'fulness 

hur'tlc 

hurt'Iess 

hurt'Icssly 

hurt'lessness 

hus'band 
I and wife 
hus'bandage 
hus'bandhocd 
hus'bandless 
hus'bandman 

HUSBAND 

hus'bandm 

HUSBANDMEN 



? ? 



4 



Hyacin'lhus 

Hy'adcs 

hyales'ccncC 

hyales'cent > 

hy'aline ^^^ 

hy'aloid 

Hy'bia 

Hyblse'an 

hy'brid 

hy'bridism 

hy'bridist 

hybrid'ity 

hy'bridizable 

hyb: 

hy 

hy 

hy'bridizer 

hy'bridizing 

Hydas'pes 

Hyde 

Hyde Park 

Hyderabad' 

Hyder Ali 



^S=-y ^t* ^ hydrokinet'i 
tf^ fe civ b C^^i^ hydrolog'ic 



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-ev 



'bridizable ^i X: -^ hy 

bridiza'iion vV vX. vX hy 

'bridized -<: > ><: X: hy. 



V, Hy'd 



hy'dra i 

hydrac'td ' 

hy'dra-headed 

hy'drant i 

hydras'tine 

Hydras'tis 

hy'drate 

HYDRATE 

hy'dratcd 
hyd-a'tion 
hydrau'lic 
hydrau'lically 




hydrorogist 
hydrorogy A-^- 
hy'dromancy • / 
hydro ma' nia 
hydromechan'ics 
hy'dromel 
hydrom'eter 
hydromel'ric ><_ 
hydrom'etry ^ 
hy'dropath 
hydropalh'ic 

dropath'ical i 
hydrop'alhist 
hydrop'athy 
hydropho'bia' 
hydrophob'ic 
hydrop'ic 
hydrop'ically 
hydropneumat'ic 

hy'dropsy A- 
hy'drostat I 
hydrostat'ic >v. 




-%;V_ 




■t 



hydrostat'ical )\ ' \_ \ 
hydrostafically "E" "V ^t"'^' 

hydrostati'cian «£ — cH ^=^ 

hydrostatics \_ ^l^^^K \_ 

hydrosul'phurous k d " ^D 
hy'drous i Ei — o 

hydrox'id 
hydrox'yl 
hye'na i 



K-f- '(t"? hyenic 

^K ^'K ■ hyeniform 



4_ 4- 



hye'nine i 

MAN Jt— -,A_^ A-^hydraulician /JTo .,i7-ci- ,^17' ° hye'noid i 

-len ,sr^>0-^V^^hydraulic-ity ''Y 'Y. 1 ^K Hyge' 

MEN hydrau'lics 

husbandry J^^^ ^\/^ y] hydraulist ■^-25' 
HUSBANDRY^^ ^ <^ ^ hydric ^r 

hy'drid i 
hy'driform 
hydrobro'mate 
hydrobromic 
S»-^ hydrocar'bon 
(^ hydrocarbon'ic 
hy'drocclc 
hydrocephal'ic 




hush 
hush'aby 
hush-money 
husk 




hus'kily 

hus'kiness 

hus'king-bee 

hus'king-peg 

hus'king-pin 

husky 

Huis ' 

hussar' 

Hussite 

hus'sy 

hulling 

hustle 

hustled 

hustler 

hustling 

hut 

hutch 

Hutch'inKn 

Hut'ton 
Hutto'nian 
Hux'ley 

Huyge'nian ^. 
Huy'geni c^C_3 
Huy'gcns D " 

huz2a' 3 
hy'acinth 
hyacin'lhine 





hydrocephaloid't . ^b ^b" -^hy'groscope 



Hyge'ian 

hy'gieist 

hy'gicne 

hygien'ic 

hygicnically ^ yf yi 

hygienics <p't^:,i__<y'lj^ — °<y(^i^ 

hy'gienist 

hygrom'eter 
hygromct'ric 
hygromct'rical 
hygrom'etry 



hydroccph'alous 

hydroceph'alus 

hydrochlo'ratc ^1 

hydrochloric 

hydrocyan'ic 

hydrocy'anide 

hydrodynam'ic 

hydrodynam'ical 

hydrodynam'ics 

hydrodynamom'eter 

Chydrofluor'ic 
hy'drogen 
hy'drogenate 
hydrogena'tion 



•v^ -V/^ hygroscopic c 

' hygrostat'ics jrrt__D 




<^' <'Cji^^ hydroKcnif'crouj 
hy'diQgcnizc 
yv- y\ /-- hydrogeniied 

<>'i <fJO* ^-^ hy'drogenizi 
hydrog'cnou 




:d \S^\i^^^^^ 

hydrographer v "T <_j) \ 
1.1— hydrograph ic A- '^^Lb — I ,t 
'" hydrograph'ical f—''^ v1-_v— < ' • - -. • ;a_ - 

< jc^ *_/• hydrography X- " } *~^ hymnol'ogist ^^itv- "TTv- '*~~]' 

~\ ^ t ,srv \, hy'droid i *l — y- ^* A hymnol ogy \b V ^J•^ 

bydrokinel'ic N- \ — ^ — hymn'^lunc 



Hyk'sos (j; 
hyloidc'alism 
hy'loist I 
hylol'ogy 
hy'men x 
Hy'men 

.._,, hymenc'al 

hymenc'an 
hymen'ic 
Hymet'tus 
hymn i 
hym'nal i 
hymn'-book 
hym'nic i 
hymn'ing i 
hym'nist i 
hym'nodist 





hym'nody '*"*^.^^- 
hymnog'rapher • I 
hymnog'raphy 



HYMN-WRITER 



182 



HYSTEROTOMY 



hymn'-writcr 

hy'oid I 

hyoi'dcal I 

hyoi'dean i >4 

hy'oscine £^J^ 

hyoscy'aminc 

hyoscy'amiis L. < ^, 

Hypa'tia A-p& 

hyperacid'ity 

hyperactiv'ity 

hyperacute'ncssV 

hyperbola 

hyper'bole 

hyperbol'ic 

hyperbolical 

hyperbol'ically 

hyperbol'iform 

hyper'bolism 

hyper'bolist 

hyperbolize 

hyper'bolizcd 

hypcr'boloid 

hypcrboloid'al 

hypcrbo'rean 

hypercatalex'is 

hypercathar'sis 

hypcrcathar'tic 

hypercrit'tc 

hypercrit'ical 

hypercrit'ically 

hypercrit'icism . 

hypercrit'icize ^ 

hypere'mia 

hypere'mic 

hyperesthe'sia 

hyperesthe'sis 

hyperesthet'ic 

hypcr'icum L. 

Hype'rion 

hyper'mcler 

hypermetric ^ 

hypermetrical 

hypermet'rope 

hypermetro'piaV 

hypcrmelrop'ic 

hyperor'thodox ^ 

hypcror'thodoxy 

hyperosto'sis 

hyperoxida'tion 

hyperox'ygenated 

hyperoxygena'tion 

hypcrox'ygenized , 

hyperpharyn'geal V 

hyperphenom'enal 

hyperphys'ical 

hyperpla'sia \ 

hyperplas'tic ^ 



:r y\ y\ /1/^ hypersecre'tion -Jv K 
•/"—^•t I ^f^\ ^f^ f hypcrsen'silive ^'V — ^' 
hypersen'sitiveness 



v^- v^ 




hypoglol'tis 0\j ^ 

hypopharyn'geal | 

hypophos'phite 

hypophos'phorus 

hypos'tasis ^y^ 

hypos'tasize 

|hypos'tasized 

^^ . ihypos'tasizingti-Y/ 

'^C^vlhypostat'ic 

hyper'trophous /1/^^ hyposfat'ical 



hypersen'sual 

hypersthe'nia 
hypersthen'ic 

hypertroph'ic 

hypertroph'ical 

hyper'trophied 





N^S 




-hyper'trophy , 
'hyper'trophying 

hype'thral 

hy'phen ^y 

hy'phenate 

hyphena'lton 

Jiypheniza'tion 

hy'phenize 

hypno'sis y\^ 
hypnot'icf::^ X^ 

hypnot'ically 
hyp'notism 
hyp'notist^;. 
hypnotizabil'ity. 

hyp'notizable 

hypnotiza'tion 

hyp'notize 

hyp'notized 

hyp'notizerc^ 

hyp'notizing' 

hyp'notoid 

hy'po I 

hypob'ole 

hypobro'mite^ 

hypobro'mous 

hypochlo'rite y\y ^ 

hypochlo'rous |~/ 

~^y< ^hypochon'dria A, 

c:^ x< hypochon'driac 

hypochondri'acal 

hypochondri'acally, 

hypochondri'acism 

hypochondri'asis L. 

hypochon'drium L--^ 
■\hypoc'risy /'N^ V 

hyp ocnte y-^y ^ 




hyposfat'ical ys^\ y\jr^y< 
hypostat'icallyc^v ydA/ \> Ov y 
hypostatiza'tion ^ cL__ g . 




hypos'latize ^^sj\c, 

hypos'tatized 

hypos'tatizing 

hyposter'na! 

hyposuTphite C'^j 

hyposuTphurous 

hypotenu'sal 

hypot'enuset 

hypolh'ecary 

hypoth'ecate 

hypotheca'tion 

hypoth'ecator 

hypoth'ecatory 

'hypoth'eses 

HYPOTHESE 

hypoth'esis 

hypoth'esist. 

hypoth'esize 

^lypoth'esize 

hypoth'esizing 

hypothet'ic 

hypothetical 

hypothet'ically, 

Hyppolite' 

\ / J Hyrca man 

^~^ Hyrca'nus 




V 



'^Vr^ 




;;<S?son 9^ X, A 

hys'sop <?v o. ^^ <S o* 

Hystas'pes ^ 



,^^ hypocritical 



hypocrit'ically" 
hypoder'mic <^V 
hypoder'mically 
hypogas'tric 
hypogas'trium L 
hypoglos'sal ^^. 
hygoglos'sis^ 



.4^A 



Hyst 

^ \: — ?^ hysterical 

' • ' hyster'ics 

• y\/ hyster'iform 

(^ N-c — hysteri'tis 

:y \ hysterogen'ic 

hysterog'enyi;-i^\<,^^ • c i^ 

hys'leroid 

hysteroid-al J^ -y^/Z A y^- 
hysteroma'nia^ Vj^ 1^ Cr 1/ k — 
y'\f ^hysterotomy 




I 



^^ 



I abhor 

I account 

M for 

I acknowledge 

I address v\ 

II a (see address) ^ 
I admit 

i< c-rtain (see admit) 
I admonish 
I advise 
I afterward 

I afterwards ^^^-^z 

II found 



\ 




V ^v^ 



III done 



iM having 

nil a (see having) 

III in 

nil a (see in) 

u ■» inclined 
T^ nil to (see inclined) 
III intending 

in known 
III now 
111 positive 

III ready 

Ml so 

nil sure (see so) 

ni understood 



a (see apprehend) 



n a (see approach) 



I approve 

M a (sec approve) _^!r\^^ ^^ 



V- 



t agree 

II that (sec agree) 'L n now 

I am II obliged 

n able "^"'^ "'^ — ^ >--—>«>,^ n persuaded 

Ml to (see able)__->\ n pleased . 

u afraid ^_^ n quite 

M also K,-—^ ) v— -s^ ^s,,-— -v. /^m clear 



ry.J.r:^: 



II anxious 
n aware 

III of (sec aware) 
n certain 
III that 

n considered 
II, dear sir 
It determined 

II fearful 

II free 

III to say 
M glad 
Ml that 

uii it (see that) 
n grateful 

M gratified . 

li greatly ^.__^^ 

I inclined v — <-* \^— -W y 




. Ill sure 
II rather 

iiiinclined(see rather) 
H ready 
M really 

n received 
II receiving 
II resolved 




ascertain 
ascribe 
I ask 

M a (see ask) v\ 

I aspire I . 

P-i assert 

■J II it (see assert) vs 
■ assume }'^ 

s (see assume) ' 

I assure 



y 



ev-^- 






I obliged . .. . .V^-^r threatened 



3. 



II responsible 
II. sir 

II sorry 

III that (see sorry)v — ,f' 
II sure 

a (see sure) 

II the 

III noxt (cp. do the) i bring 

II there ii a (see b 

II therefore S- ^ V — -t) V'-> i brought 



you 
astonish 

I at once 

II one time __^ 

I attend '-' 

I awake 
I became 

I become 
beg 

II you 

III will (see you) 

begin ^ — ^ \ — 

II to (see begin) 1_. 

I behold 

I believe v x 

II a (see beIieve)Z\j. . j\j- 
I belong 



\ 



I beseech 
you 

bespeak 
bouglit 



v-^ v-T. 



It having 
I a (see having) 



TTtold 



11 he 
II in 



II truly \, — ^x"^ — '\/'^ — ^" * ('^' call) 

III glad (see truly) Y- i--- li can 

II trying ii account (see can) 

111 doubt (see in) ii undecided 

II inclined ^' — — 1>- — ~^<_^^- — -— <_" very 

HI to (see inclined) .17^ . . -TT^'" certain (see very„ ^-s^^ 

II informed V — „ ■ ^__av.— »/^ ii willing x.^ — V v-— V v- — ■»/l 

II known ..__. iii a (see willing) 

II looking \__ II writing 

making v^^^. — v-^^-^v^-^^, i answer ■/■ — P<^^_P^ ^ 





cannot v—^ 

'II account (see cannot) 

change-d 

icharge-d > V ) v 

II a (see charge) ^ l/J 
I clearly 

I come 



■/■- 



II most -V_|| for (see answer) 

II never i anticipate 

II nevertheless' . y ^g~^ ii his (see anticipate) 

lino -^^i I appear 

III more (see no) C" " there 

II not "w-^ v-i__p v-i II to have 
ni accustomed --[. L i appreciate 

III rioing I npprcheod 



see come). 



■p- 1 1 come 

J^i across (t 

I consider 

f -1 "^ N„ II a (see consider) ■» 

cL, li could .-4.- 

II agree (see could) 



i\..l.>\,^ii a (see dare) 

■^ I i" ■ 



I declare 



\ \ 



•83 



^^ 



I DECLARE A 



184 



I SHOW 



do 

II a (see do) 
doubt 



1... 



differ-ed 

dislike \a^ \^ 1 « 11 a (see leave) •/ V_ 

I a__(see dislike)! i tT-'i like . 

distinctly 11 a (see like) 

I live v/\, -J^V, 

II a (see live) 

1 love 

II a (see doubt) v M 11 a (see love) v v^ ^^ 
effect _ ^- .V 1 I made 

II a (see effect) ^ I [_ii his (see made) 

effectually v" "-■ — ^"^'^^ ' "maintain 

embrace *^ .^ x; ^ " a (see maintain) 

I a (see embrace) y i may 

enter \r ■ V- 1 v~-i 11 be (see may) s 

I a (see enter) J 1 mean 

entertain 11 a (see mean) 

entirely \ ^ 1 meant 

esteem '-- ''1 — ~ ^'1 — ■ — - 11 a (see meant) 

II him (see esteem) 1 mention 

estimate ^ p ' mentioned 

the (see estimate) ^ ^)-,-. \_ 1 merely 

expect I might 

I his (see expect) \ d v v 11 find (see might) w 

express ____>o .>o---Spi most S? 

a (see express) " 11 certainly (see most) 



I a (see declare) 
de.Jiae 
I a (see decli 

demand Vi M M 

I a (see demand)!-^ u^ I 



ire>u VI \< II a (see intend) v~^-i \^ — 1 y 

i J J I intimate l^ 

ne) ^ ^ ^ I just 



depend 

I upon (see depend)^ u P 
derive I \^ 



determine 
did 
I a (sec did) 



M 




II found (see just) 

I keep 

II back (sec keep) 
I knew v-^ — 

I know 

II a (see know) 

I learn >/ •/ p / \^_ 

II a (see learn) , 

I leave 



/Vi 



'-^\ 



fail 
fear 
a (see fear) 

feel V 

his (sec feel) V- 
find ( 

a (sec find) v^^ 

forget 

I a (see forget) 

forgive 

a (see forgive)__ 

found 

I a (see found) 
freely 

II admit (see freely) 
fully V 
believe _-V^- 
intend 






must ^-^::i 

be (see must) 

necessarily 
need v'-' 

a (see need) 

never 

II do (see never) 

I nevertheless 

t now 

I nowhere 
n find - 

II said 



^^-~6sV 



\^~-J^i 




^- -J- -L-Uviobserv 



observe 
II that (see observe) 
I occasionally 

I offer 

II a (see offer) 



:^ "^. 



gave V s \.i N__ I oiten v 

II it (see gave) i only Vj 

give II know 

II it (see give) ^j ^,— ,^ i ought ^ 

gradually \' M.-iinot 

had ' ill to be 

a (see had) u w im have 

have _y_ ^ V_| II to 

II a (see have) in be 

honor >> v iii have ''|j 

II a (sec honor) ^Tv-im been 

I hope nil had 

II that (see hope) iiii it vl, 
imagine iN. 2 ^.i part 

I that (see imagine) \ ^ (r i particulvly 

implore \^ — f > ^ vyi perceive 

you ^is^- /\__..-/. II 3 (see perceive) 

indulge ^~>^ ^~n^ / i perhaps 

a (see indulge) vy v — ^~N v-^-'' permit 



^ 






..■^- 



^ 



infer 
intend 



ivy 



II his (see permit) 
I persist 



P- 




^ 



personally 

know 

possibly 

presume 
II so (see presume) _^^ 

probably 

proceed 

promise 

him (see promise) 

propose 
II a (see propose) 

publish 

purpose 

put 

question 

quite 
II agree 

rather 
II expect (see rather) 

read (prct.) 

really 

believe (see really) s^^n^^A^-vXC 

receive _r__ .V .. 

II a (see receive) 

recognize ^^^-^^'''''^—^^y'^ 
II a (see recognize) 

recollect 

I a (see recoil cct)s./^ 

refer 

regard 

II a (see regard) v/ %/ ' ^/ L 
regret 

II a (see regret) 

.^"(^s'/erelatokrl.l^].^^. 

relinquish 
I a (sec relinquish)\ y--^^ /\ y/\ 

I upon (see rely) 

remain 

remark-ed 

remember-ed 
I that(see remember)^ 

render '^V^ 

I a (sec render)-^ 

repeat \/ 

II his (see repeat) 

reply 
that 
represent 

II the (see represent) 

reprove 
II a (see reprove) 

require 
II a (see require) 

respect 
I his (see respect) 

retain ^.^ 
I his 

return 
I a (see return) /i_ 

said ^'"V^ 

I a (sec said) 

") 1 \? — v' 

I a (see saw) 6 

scarcely 



.^. 




T t 



^ 



a (see see) 
seem 

to be (see seem) 
send . 

a (see send) 
shall y 

be (see shall) -^ 
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IDEALISTIC 



u a (see show) ;^ ^**-^ ^^^ — 1 

I sign ^ 

II a (see sign) 

I speak V? \^ N^ 

I specially N \ 

I spoke 

I stand y> >p N> 

II for (see stand) ^L 

I SJate ^ 

II a (see state) 

I stood 

II a (see stood) 

I subscribe 

I support 

II a (see support) 

I suppose 

II a (see suppose) 

I suspect 

II a (see suspect)^ \J^ v^ 

I suspend N — , r. 

II a (see suspend) 

I sustain ^ 

II the (see sustain)J 

I take 

II a (see take) vi 
I thank I — , 
u them (see thank) 

I think > 

II it (see think) v 

I told 

II a (see told) 



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II that (see trust] 

I try « 

II a (see try) __|_ 

I turn 

II a (see turn) w ^i. v^ 

I understand L^ 

II it (see understand) 

I understood v^ 

II a (see understood) - - 

I undertake 

II a (see undertake) 

I use 

II a (see use) 

I value ^ '«. 
u a (see value). ^ u 

I venture ^ 
.i^a^(«e venture) vv.,,^^^^^^. 

II believe (see verily) 

I view \^ 

II a (see view).^^ yy_ 

I want T 

II a (see want) •^ v\ 

I was ' 

■I a (see was) 

I went Vx 

II about (tee went) _ _ 

I will 

II be (see will) V \ 

I wish 

II a (see wUh) 
I withhold 
I w 
I wo 

I won't 

II be (see won't) 
la'go 

iam'bi ^ 

iam'bic •'"v**" 

lamblichut 

iam'bus ^ 

lap'elus ^p5 
lapyg la 



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withhold \ 
wiihiland_ r _ 
wonder • 




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apyg lan 
'-beam 

-BEAM 

be'ria 

bc'rian 

berville' 

'hex vv 

bi'dem L. \ • " 
bis I 
b'sen 
ca'rian 
c'arus 

ce 
CE 
ce'-anchor 

CE-ANCHO 

ce'-apron 

CE-APRON 

ce'-auger 

CE-AUGER 

ce'-bag 

CE-BAG 

ce'bcrg 

CEBERG 

ce'-boat 

CE-BOAT 

ce'-bound 

CE-BOU 

ce'-box ^ 

CE-BOX ^ 

ce'-breaker v\ 
CE-BREAKER \. 
ce'-chest ^« 

CE-CHEST V. / 
ce'-cold 10 

CE-COLD 
cc'-cream' v\ 

CE-CREAM h ' ■ 

ce'-crusher 

CE-CRUSHER v", 

ce'-drift i — 

CE-DRIFT -^ 

ce'-elevator 

CE-ELE 

ce'-field 

CE-FIELD v\ 

ce'-floe 1) 
CE-FLOE 

ce'-house v\ 
CE-HOUSE / 

ce'land _^ 

CELAND v\ 
ce'lander r" 
CELANDER 
celan'dic vv 

CELANDIC r^ 

ce'-machine 

CE-MACHINE 

ce'man 

CEMAN 

cc'men vs 

CEMEN i-^^ 

ce'-pack 

CE-PACK v\ 
Ue'-pick \ 
CE-PICK ■>_ 

ce'-plant v\ 
CE-PLANT ,/ 
ce'-plow ^ 

CE-PLOW v\ 

e'er f/ 

CER 

cc'-saw 

CE-SAW 

ce'-long3 



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No 






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b 






1 



CE-TONGS 
ce'-water 

CE-WATER 

ce'-yacht 

CE-YACHT 

ce'-yachlsma 

CE-YACHTSMAN 

ce'-yachtsme 
CE-YACHTSM 
Ich'abod 
chneu'mon 
'chor I 

'chorcus 
ch'thyic 
ch'thyoid 

ch'thyol 
chthyol'ic 
chthyolog'ic 
chthyolog'ically 
chthyol'ogist 
chthyol'ogy 
ch'thyomancy 
chthyoman'tic 
chthyophagist 
chthyoph'agoup 
chthyoph'agy 
Ichthyor'nis 

ch'thyocaur ■ — 7„, / 

chthyosau'rianx)/^ 
ichthyosau'rus 
i'cicle w 

CICLE J_ 

'cier 

CIER 

'ciest 

CIEST 

'cily v^^^ 

CILV 1. 

'ciness 

CINESS 

cing 

CING 

'con I 

con'ic 

con'oclasm 

con'oclast 
conoclas'tic 
.con'ograph ' 
conographer 
conograph'ic 
conog'raphy 
Iconol'ater 
conol'atry 
conol'ogist 
conol'ogy ^ 
c'terus ~T 
ctus 
cy 
CY 
•d 

•D 
da 
'daho 

DAHO 
de'a 
DEA 
deal 
DEAL 
ide'aless 

DEALES5 
de'alism . 
OEALISM 
ide'aliit 
DEALIST 
dealit'lic 






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IF SUCH 



IDEALITY idler I ' ^A 

idcaliza'tion \J/^ VJ/-* V*''-'^ i'dlcst i f yf ' ^p 

IDEALIZATION K I ^^ i'dly I * ^t ' * 

idealize i'dol i 

IDEALIZE ^1'^^ M-L^ Y^ idolater I ^f n ^n 

tde'alized V^ idolatress i n n h_ 

IDEALIZED idd'atrous i .1 .[^ .[^ 

ide'alizer \</-^^n V^ M^^ idd'atrously i ^| ^p" ^p- 

iDEALizER r^ /\ I. idol'atry i \y^ n- ri. 

idc'ally idoliza'tion i J. -1 

IDEALLY H^ \l* M i'dolize i .,p f .fi 

ide-ate _/ 1 .„_Lj'dolized i H v! vl 

IDEATE 'I ' ■ i'doHzer i 7 v v^X 

idea'tton M* 9 M J? M* 7 Idome'nean \j_ \<— u 

IDEATION Ly [y \-y Idom'eneus \ — ^_?^ •'"'^■-^ W^ 

idea'tional "*^ Idume'a 

IDEATIONAL u 9 y< M Idume'an vj V4v^ y/" 

ide'ative !> ]. 1_ i'dyl t~^-^ ' ' 

IDEATIVE \j ^ IDYL 

i'dem L. w ^ i'dylist u-^^ \j^? y-^ 

identical L-^ Mi_/ ^ IDYLIST K K If 

IDENTICAL-LY idyllic 

iden'tically /- /"^-^ IDYLLIC \a^ i L 

iden'ticalness ^t_/ M:—/ ^ if i r ^- _:}_ 

IDENTICALNESS 1 a 

iden'tifiable n man I V^ V^^^ 

identifica'tion .>(■ .M- H tail _J^^ SI ^ 

IDENTIFICATION^ V ^^ VJ) II a y 

iden'lify >■ in man '^^^^^ v^.^/^ V_/^ 

IDENTIFY .H- y .M- II are __?C3i 

iden'tifying V;^ V_ ^^^ 111 aware (see are) 

IDENTIFYING li do V^^ *v V, 

identity ^ .H- j) m a (see do) __r] 7} ^L _ 

IDENTITY ^^^^ [ I II have * L ^^ 

ide'ogram u<: y M"^ '" ^ (see have) I v_^ v^ 

IDEOGRAM 1 "^^ \ '"^ \ — ? II his -"V ~-^- 

ide'ograph iii ov/n (see his) ^ 

IDEOGRAPH A \A^ . \j ^ 1I it 1^ C^^ Co 

ideographic I — -* r~~"? r""" mis 

IDEOGRAPHIC y^ N its 

ideographical \ — ?~t •— 111 own ^ \.,_,_^ V^^^,,-^ 

IDEOGRAPHICAL-LY ] 3 ^ l.i may Sj^T^ 

ideograph'ically \*<: /TTi be (see may) 

ideograph'ics «-= _^^i _^ _ c. ' ^ 11 mankind V. -'— >^^ C,,^,— Ov v,--~^ 

IDEOGRAPHICsl — ?~^ ' v|" II men _ _ iTl.?^- 7^1^ 1 

idcog'raphy I 1- 11 might 

IDEOGRAPHY y H^' M 'Z '" "^^'^^ (^^^ might) 

ideological r~^ V^ / % / n must 
IDEOLOGICAL ^- " 11 our 

idcol'ogist '^'^' \{/^ M'V/* '" °^" (^^^ °'^'^) 

IDEOLOGIST lY » <^ » / " people 

ideology ti persons 

IDEOLOGY y^ \i VJ I. such ^ ^^ ^ 

ides \ / t b III as (see such) __7_____}f -^_ 

IDES II that ' o 

id;iocyl .. 1 ., Ill is (see that) C C ^ 

id lom I I V^^ V ,^ II the .b _Z__ -"C- 

idiomat'ic ) in world 

idiomafical -i .1 .1 n their P P 

idiomatically U r> P >. P hi own --V^- H.- - ■ 

idicpath'ic ' ^ '• theirs ^ 

idiopath'ical -i -i 'p \ — _ n there P P 

idiopath'ically r 1* ( mis --\r V- - 

idiop'athy \ \ \, 11 therefore ^~^ "^ 

idiosyncrasy -I 4 -l^ V. 11 this C V^ V,_ 

idiosyncrat'ic l£_^ v.. ' 11 were ___tZ_ J^ I^. 

idiosyncrat'ical J b ^."In u who ^ 

id'iot 1 -in -p .p .L_""^ III are (see who) t! ». (. 

idiotic '11 [■ II your _ _ ?i^__ yt.__^_ 

idiot'ical i | | J m own (see your) » ^ 

idiot'ically i -i-* lo -in 11 yours \L V_ 

id'iotish I . |. I. 1 an ^ .!?. 

id'iotism i J_ ly l_^ it account o 



I every ^ 

I for example _r 
I he 




n can (see he) 

I his 

II own (see his) 

I it I 

II appear 

III that {see appear) 

II be 

III the (see be) 
II became 
II become 

II did 

III a (see did) 
II fail 

II had 

III a (see had) 

II has 

HI a (see has) _ 

II make 

III a (see make) 

II may 

III be (see may) 
II might 

II must 

III be (see must) 

II never 
n now 
II occurs 

11 once 
II only 

II place 

III a (see place) 
II possibly 

II prove 

III a (see prove) 
11 stand 
II take 

Ml a (see take) 
II tend 
II therefore 
II undergo 

II want 

III a (see want) 

II went 
II were 
HI a (see were) 

H will 

n would 

HI be (see it would) 

'its vo 

II own 

I necessary 

I not v^ 

II necessary 

I one 

II more (see one) 
1 only 
H one (see only) 

I perhaps 
I permiUed 
I possible 

I received V,y^ 

I she 

II is (see she) 
I so 
I some 
none (see some) 

I somebody V,^*^ 

II else ,.Z3^r!r. 

I something 

II else 
I sometime 
1 such 







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1 F SUCH A 



187 



ILL-STARRED 




II a (sec such) l^ I *V Igna'tian • ^ ^'"'T-; illegal ^. y-. ^. 

I that -.f. -T _i&. Igna'tius c/ q-> : _j)illegality </ / ,/_p 

II is (see that) igneous " ille'galize . ■ "I v 

I (he ^^ I ignis fatuus L.— ^ ( ille'galized ^ y. ^i 

u matter (cp. in the) j'_rrrr^V^- '£"'•=■ - V.: ^ ^ille'galizing /„ / r,_ . l_ 

I their igni'ter b ^ ille'gally v , v 

II own 1 I I ignitibility ' ^~~v^ illegalness ^. ^ -^ 
I theirs _\_ X^ „ — V ignitible i_^:X \ i_^^<__,illegibirity J n / / 

I there ^^ ^--o -^_ igniting vN v illegible --' A ^ 

II are l^ l^^,^ ol ignition i— . <^ iUeg'ibleness ^ ; \ /^• 

III such (see are)j!Yxr_rX4J\;-__ ignobilily : ^^^ : ^X ' Nilleg'ibly / / / 

II be ^~<v ignoble I illegitimacy V V j 

III not (see be) I ^*Vj, igno'bleness: --<: ~_^: — jJL^^^illegifimate \__o>i\ ^. ^' 

II had _X^--^--\- 'gno'bly ' \_9 ' N ' "illegitimately '/ Jl{ /—^ 

III been (see there had) Ts .^ ignomin'ious illegitimation • •' ^O 

II has i 1 I ignomin'iotisly . ^^^^^,-^illegit'imatize 

III been (see has)X;^-X-o-X;;j^- 'g'nominy • >^-~^^^ ^-->^^^S^' illegitimatized 

II is ^X. ^'^^ ignora'mus * / illegit'imatizing' iv i^ 1^ 

III anything (see is) ignorance —r.^,^^^,■ illev'iable 

II may I I I ignorant ^__^ ^^V " — -ILLEVIABLE 

III be (see mayy>,i^--\c:3^;;5:::;;^;7'g'norantism ^^ ^ illfare t 

11 might ( I 1 ignorantist ^ ill-fated I ^-u 

II must --Vr-.V^-X ignorantly i — J, '—^J, ■ — c_n iU'-fa'vored i ■/ 1 

III be (see must)^ — ^ ''^'^^^ignoration ^ ^^' " ill-favoredly i ' 

II never 1 I I ignore' . ill'-fa'voredness i>^ 

III has(sec ncverJi,_^V^.-X^--_ ignore'ment : — c_t^ •^ — r.j^—.'- ^;ill-foot'ing i -I ^-^ 

II nevertheless ^~^— ^^~"— -^^l iguana ^'^ ^^ ill-humored i 

II was V^ ^ I /"i'land ^ >/^ ^ ill'-hu'moredly i 

iiia(seew3s)Jt)..-rf)--V^--''lt-AND V^ L_- illiberal 

II were \ \ ^ il'eac i illiber'alism 

III a (see were) I I J ileitis ^- ^ /fT /" — " illiberality ^ ^ >. 

II will _\,_^Vr/-Xc/^^^ ileocae'cal -l.^b it L— i- illib'eralize rv ^' ry ^ fv ^ 

III be (see will) ^^^~^ ^~"^ ileocol'ic ' illiberalized ^- ' ^^ V " 

I thereby I 1 I ileocoli'tis /X" /^ /t V" ilHb'erally >r ^ ^ 

I therefore A,^-- >v--...>v^^ il'eum L. i Cj" b ^~^ L^^ illib'eralness 'S./^ '\/^^~^ ' 

I thereupon ^~\ \^ ^S,^^ "'lex ' illicit ^ V 

I they L I I ^-iria L. I /-•' ^ /" illicitly /^^/Tl /'■ 

,1 are _/? X^.---- -V--^''''^'^ ■ ■' '^ - '—^ illic'itncss -I. \. ■/. l_S> ^\. 

Ill aware ^~~' ^^^ Iliac i illimitabil'ity ^ 

III not 11^ \y\3A ^ /^ /T illimitable /^ /"' Z'' 

111 there ' _\>_- ^v=^..rr._ Hian i ■( J (^_y I — p • illim'itablencss ft (-> i-^ 

II do (see they) ^"^ ^^ 1 iliocostal ' Y inimitably \ \^_5 \ 
I this ^ ^ ^ iliofem'oral /<^^~<__ /^ ^illimita'tion y^- ^. ' ^ 

« one (see lhis)-i- J7....A. il'o-in'guinal ■( ^''Xj^ "illimited t— . t-^ U. 

I we V_x ilio-is'chiac/7 \^:^ f 1 illim'iledness k I '\_a 

II are (see we) L / 'v ^ iliolumbar /^<X ^/iTX ;/a7^>'inois' ^- ^- ^■ 

I whatever _.-^_ ^TT r^. iliopectineal/^.l X^-^ V^\ Mllinoi'san ( C_/s^^ (s_fi_y 

I you ilioperonc'al' "y^ . Illinoi'sian ' ^ A 

• are V^/ V V iiiopsoafic^-^^ .V"V^^ illiteracy ^ rT 

II be 7r^\^.-.Tr/rTr?. iliosa'cral fn Np. /f^ I / illiterate h h. (v^^ 

„ can iliosiat'ic ~. | ' .| illit'crately l. y-V^ 

III be (see can) V_ V_ ^ iliotib'ial ^--i- /^ /- illiferatcjicss i^ ^ ^ 

iido^ ...?::r3^..^....^iiis-sus -r L ^ ■/: C^ iir-judged- 1 L •(/ / 

.11 a (see do) ^ ' L Ilium N/ ill-lived- t ^ 1/ 

II endeavor ^ V^ V. „ il'ium L. y^ ^ /— ill'-looked' i J I \/^ 

II entertain ..r:frVT?r:1..7:Krt\..ilk I C-^ L— ■( ill-looking I 

II expect w ^ ill I f\^ iir-man'ncrcd't 

" 'ail V_ V, ^ < blood (^ ( jn,^-^ ill-minded 1 ,^ ^ ^ 
"find ..T::^^^...:T%....T:^J: ihfe . id.!' iH-natured •( '\ .A ■y ..(.*. ^. 

III a (lee find) >- 1 temper C^ ill-naturedly \ \^ 

11 have \^ \ V. I will / u^- ^^^ ill'-na'turedness,^^ /-'^-r*'/-^^,i--1 

i.ia(!eehave)..^?\^^.!:H ^r^Ctrrrni . _' I 7 illness i ...U^./ / ^^1 

II knew ^- ^ IXL ill'-nur'tured i \^s 

II know V V^ V^ IH'-adviscd' 1 ^-1 ^1 /K. illo'cabic > ' /" /" 

III a («e know)^:y:Tr.r^;:t:1.T^rrV.. iir-affccled i / i / V~^ S. illo cal CL^ /> /^ 
M never ^illaudable V^ ' ^ illocality \ ^' 

11 now V V. V,,^ ILt-AUDABLEV f- /\ ^-< ill-ofP /-^i ^y. -^s 

II '•t.t;iin t* ^ ill'-besecm'ing i ^ ' illogical'ily / / 
11 -.ay V,^ V. V " iir-bod'ing I ^->y ^\ ^-^_ illogically >^^ r\ /^ , 

III a (see »ay)..r^.....T?^....Tr^. ill'-brcd' I •' • •/ •( illogicolness / / ■( ', A. 
II understand ' '- IH'-breeding 1 ill-omened ^ J 

I your ^ (^ ill'-condi'lioned/^ ^^« ^-n- ill'-set' i ^^ ' . /^ 

II own (tee your).>' /r_.^t_ ill-defined i •' D ' l^ •' J^/ ill-sorfed 1 •( I y>i\ -I -f- "S 

igloo I ' v I ilC-dispoicd' 1 1^ ill'-itar/cd' •' 



ILL-TEMPERED 



i88 



IMMODERATENESS 



iH'-tem'pered 
ill'-timed i •/ 
ill-treat' I 
iU'-turncd 
illude' 3 
illume' 3 

illu'minable 3 
illu'minant 3 
illu'minary 3 

illu'minate 3 
illumina'ti L. 
illumina'tion 3 

iliu'minative 3 
illumina'to It. 
illu'minator 3 

illu'minc 3 
illuminee' 3 
illu'miner3 
illu'ming 3 ^ 
illu'minism 3 ^"<.^.^ 
illuminis'tic 3 
illu'ininize 3 J- 
ill'-iised' f~C 

illu'sion v^ 

ILLUSION 
illu'sionist -./iTO-- 

illusionist' 

illu'sivc 

ILLUSIVE 

iliu'sively 

ILLUSIVELY 

illu'siveness 
ILLUSIVENESS 

illu'sory 

ILLUSORY 

illus'trable . 

illus'trale 
iilustra'tion 
itius'trative 
illus'traiively >--< 
ilius'trator -(^ 
illus'tratory 

illus'trious 

illus'triously 

illus'triousness 

ill'-wili' X ^ 
iH'-wili'cr I / 
ill'-wish'cr i 
il'Iy I 
lUyr'ia 
Illyr'ian 

lUyr'icum 

I'm 

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f^.r3 



r 



im'age r 

im'age-breaker i 
im'ageless i 



im'agery i '^^ y" 
im'age-worship if'^' 

imag'inable 

IMAGINABLE 
imag'tnableness _. 
IMAGINABLENESS 

imag'inably 

IMAGINABLY 

imag'inarily 

IMAGINARILY 

imag'inariness __/_, 

IMAGINARINESS ^ 




imita'tionist 

im'itative 

im'itatively 

im'itativeness 

im'itator 
im'itatorship 

im'itatress .^, P 

Im'lac "^ V'^^^v 

immac'ulacy 

immac'ulate 

immac'ulately 
^ immac'ulateness 
immaU'eable 
IMMALLEABLE 

imman'acle 

immana'tion 
im'manence 

im'manency 
im'manent 
» Imman'uel 
immate'rial 



immcas'urablc 
immeas'urafcleness 

IMMEASURABLENES3 
immeas'urably ''-"^ 
IMMEASURABLY 

immc'diacy i 
imme'diate '^ 

IMMEDIATE "1 
imme'diately 

IMMEDIATELY ^ ^ '"V 

I after >: 

I afterward 

I afterwards O. o ^^^^^ 
imme'diateness - ^^ 
immem'orable i 
immemo'rial i 
immemo'rially t 
immense' 

I advantage 

I saving ,- — ""-—/' """^--P '~-n^_P-^ 

I success 

immense'ly 

immcnse'ncss 

immen'sity 

immensurabil'ity i 

immen'surable i 

immerge' i 

immers'able 

im?«;ersable 

immerse' 

immersed' 

immers'ing'^ 

immer'sion 

immer'sionist 

immesh' 

immethod'ical 



•r^Vrs 



IMMIT '^ 

immit'igablc 

immit'igably 

immix' 

IMMIX 

immixed' 



r^^'^.. 



IMMATERIAL 
immate'rialism 

IMMATERIALISM 

immate'rialist 

IMMATERIALIST 

immaterial'ity 

IMMATERIALITY, J \ ^ IMMIXED 

immate'rialize •'- 4^ -^immix'ing 

MMATERIALIZE ° )h''''~~~'^ IMMIXING 

immate'rialized -^ j/v ^ ^ immo'bile 

IMMATF.RIALIZED >- -J ^immobil'ity 

immaterially -^ V- IMMOBILITY 

• — y- I IMMATERIALLV^^—^/^ ^^~~~? immobilization I 

_ y, ^ (j.yt immate'rialness -^ -4 --Lj>immob'ilize 

"■CJ" IMMATERIALNESS ° v-— "— J immobilized 
imag inaiy '^^- ''^~?' immature' i !> ^/^ immoderate 

IMAGINARY ;L, A -^J) immaturely I -^t/ .^^' Jh~^ IMMODERATE 

imagina'tion ' '^ * immaiure'ness I '"" '--x^ immod'erately 

IMAGINATION '^/^ immaturity l pv ■' — ^ IMMODERATELY 

imagira'tional J. '^3 --/- ''"'"casurabirity;-:.^ I i,^_^.rr7^.-immod'erateness v 

IMAGINATIONAL '^ ' ^ IMMEASURABLE. > < IMMODERATENESS 

' [-ILJTY N 




IMMETHODICAL-LY, 
immethod'ically 
\ J immethod'icalness 
■^ immet'rical i 
im'migrant 
IMMIGRANT 
im'migrate 
M MIGRATE 
immigra'tion 

IMMIGRATION 
im'minence i 
im'minent i 
im'minently '< 
immiscibil'ity 
immis'cible 




immis sion x 

MMISSION 
immit' 



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IMMODERATION 



189 



IMPLACABILITY 




immodera'tion 
IMMODERATION 

immodest 

IMMODEST 

immod'estly 

IMMODESTLY 

immod'csly 

IMMODESTY 

im'molalc 
immola'tion 
im'molator >-j- 
immor'al 

IMMORAL ^ yO* •q 

immorality -^ — 4 \(f^' ' 'iT^ ' 

IMMORALITY 

immor'ally 

IMMORALLY 

immor'tal 

IMMORTAL 

immor'talisi 

IMMORTALIST 

immortal'ity 

IMMOHTALITY 

immortalization' 

IMMORTALIZAT 

immoi'talizc 

IMMORTALIZE 

immor'talized 
IMMORTALIZED 

immortally 

IMMORTALLY 
immorlcllc' 
immovabirity i 
immov'able x 
immov'ablcncss i 
immov'ably i 

immune' 3 
immu'nily : 
immure' 3 
irnmur'ing 3 
immutability 

IMMUTABILITY 

immu'table l 

immu'tableness 

immu'tably i 

Im'ogcn 

Imogcnc 

imp I 

impact' (v.) 

impact (n.) 

impaction 

impair' 

impair'er 

irnpair'ing 

impair'ment 

impale' 

impaled 

impalc'ment . — "^ /^ '^""^ ^^ ' 

impalpabil ity>-r*/ •-— ^ ''-\ \J 

imparpable 

impal'pably 

impan'cl 

impan'cling 

impan':lmcnt 

impar'ity >■ 

impark' 

impart' 

impart'cr """^N 
Impar'tial 
Imparliarily 



ite '^y> 
itcness *l 






mpass'able 3 
mpass'ableness 3 
impass'ably 3 
impassibil'ity 3'-' 

mpas'sible 

mpas'sibleness 

mpas'sion 3 
pas'sionable >-^ 

[MPASSIONABLE * 

mpas'sionate 
mpas'sionat 
[mpas'sioned 3 
impas'sive 
impas'sively 
mpas'sivencss 
impassiv'ity 
mpa'tience 
impa'tient 
mpa'ticntly 
impawn' i ; 
iihpcach' I 
mpeach'able 
mpcach'er : 
mpeach'me 
mpeccabirity 
impcc'cable >■ 
mpec'cancy 
mpec'cant 
mpecunios'ity 
mpecu'nious 
mpede' 1 '"T 
imped'ible i 
mped'iment 
mpedimen'ta L 
mpcdimen'tal 
MPEDIMENTAL 

imped'itive 
mpcl' , V 

impci'lcnt \j 

mpcl'lcr ■ y^ — >^ 

mpend' v-^ M 
mpend'cncc 
impend'ency '"'^^-i-A' 
mpcnd'ent / 

mpenctrabil'ily 
mpcn'cti'able 
mpcn'ctrablcncss -— 
impcn'clrably 

mpcn'itencc '■" 'v-^ 
mpcn'itcncy d* 

MPENITENCY 

mpcn'ilcnt .^__.,_^^ 

mpen'itcntly ^^^^^~^- 

mpen'itibic 

mpen'natc 

impcrati'val 

impcr'ativc 

mpcr'atively*-'**''*^'U, 
mpcr'alivcncss 
impcra'tor L>. 
mpercepiibil'ily 
mpcrccp'lible > — -csT 
imperccp'liblcncsi v. 



"■—^i 



\ 



■^^^ 





^-^ 



impartial ilyv — <v „ > 

impar'tially t-^*""'^ J 

Impar'tialneis \y 



impartibil'ity_ 
impart'ible ' 
impart'mrnt 



mpcrcep'tibi 
mpcrccp'lion 

Impcrccp'tive 

tmpcrcip'icnt 

Impcr'dibl 

impcr'fcci 

"""^V /^M V E R F E C T .*— <S. ^-" 

^ ^^ impcrfcc'tion ^ 
impcr'fcctly 

IMPERFECTLY^ 

impcr'icclncss 

IMPEKFECTNESS 




nper'forablev— *v, W^^^V ^^ 
imper'forate "^ \ \^ ' 

imper'forated 
imperfora'tion> — -<\, >/ 
impe'ria L. 
?impe'rial 
impe'rialism 
impc'rialist 
imperialis'iic 

IMPERIALISTIC 

imperiality 

imperializa'tion 

impe'rialize 

impe'rialized :_ 

impe'rially 

imper'il ".^"^ /^— ^ 

nper'iling >^ y" C/>^ /"^ 

npcr'ilmenl ^^ ' ^ 

impe'rious 
impe'riously 
impe'riousness 
mperishabirity ^ 
imper'ishable •.^'-—■-^^ 

IMPERISHABLE 

imper'ishableness 

IMPERISHABLENESS 

imper'ishably 

IMPERISHABLY 

impe'rium L. 

imper'manencc 

imper'manency 

imper'manent 

impermeabil'ity 

impcr'meable 

imper'meableness 

imper'meably 

impersever'ant 

impcrsis'tencc 

impcr'sonal 

impersonal'ity: 

impcr'sonally 

imper'sonatc 

impersona'lion- 

impersonator 

impersonifica'lion 

I M PERSONIFICATION 

jmper'tinencc 

impcr'tinency 

[MPERTINENCY 

imper'tincnt *• — - 
impcr'tincntly 

imperturbabil'ity 

impcrturb'abic 
impcrturb'ably 

impcrturba'tion^ \/V 

impervious ^'^'^v/ ^ 

jnipcr'viously 

impcr'viousness. 

impeti'go 

impetuosity 

impctuo'so It. 

impct'uous 

impct'uously 

impet'uousncss 

im'petus 

impi'cty 

mpingc 

inpingc'mcnt 

mpingcnt 

m'pious I 
n'piouuly 
im'piousncss 1 

^Imp'ish 
imp'inhly 
implaca^il'ily 





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IMPLACABLE 



190 



IMPROVVISATORE 




impla'cable ''" t '' ^, '"'"X , impos'ingness "-'T^s.I.P^' impres'sionism v — ^ O^ 

impla'cablcness N — _\ — _X impos'ing-stonc_ ^ ^T" N. impres'sionist "' ^\ \ ^3 

impla'cably ^^ \^^ \ impos'ing-table^T^'^""''"'''^ ^ impressionis'lic 

implace'mcnt ■"'■ <;;;^ \^ .^^^ imposi'tion 1 '"ftv ^^ impres'sionles? 

implant* ^j^ ^- n? impossibiTity --.^TV "r^tV ^ irppress'ive 

implanta'tion ^/ impos'siblc impress'ively 

implausibil'ity*-''"^ '-' t;^ '-- J;^ IMPOSSIBLE-Y-ILITY impress'ivenessv- 

implau'sibleness ^<?V ^ jr impos'sibly -^"^ 'f**'^ /^ impress'ment 

implau'sibly ^ \,^_p \, im'post i >. v-k^ impress'or 

implead' ''' <:^ '""X. ''" — ^' impos'tor i v — *! impreventabil'ity 

implead'er \ \^ \^^_^ impos'torship i i<^ '""^^^ J b imprevenl'able ' 

im p'.ement | | ' impos'tress ' ' -^ imprevisibil'tty 

implemen'tal'-"^ ^ \^ /^ impos'ture 'f^'C^ ^ ^"^^ imprevis'ible : 

IMPLEMENTAL N-^'^.^i^ ^. ''^^ impos'lurous * l-"^ A imprevi'sion 

impliabl? y \ impo'table \^ imprima'tur L. 

im'plicate '■"'"X, ''" 'y '' ^ im'potence *''T^ ''"^ '' 1 impri'mis L. '-^^xv 

implica'tion \-^ ^— r-^ ^^ im'polency d' J' U imprint' i 

im'plicative * * VJMPOTENCY ] impris'on 

im'plicatively '"^ *;;■ *' ^ "■'^ ^ im'poteat ,^ .^^ impris'oner>- 

implic'it ^TT 0^ V^im'potently ^0* "^^ v-^ impris'oning 

impHc'itly *v^ | 1', impound' 3 ' ^ impris'onment 

implic'itness'" 5;' ■" ^ '■'' <:/ O impound'age *^ '"^A 'l — -^^ improbabiTity^ 

impli'edly \p |^— ^-^ impound'er / J improb'able 

implora'lion [ p |^ impov'erish v— <\ ^ IMPROBABLE-ILITY \X 

implor'atory '.^^^y'~\_^^ impov'erisher v — ^^'^"■^"x'^ — \ * improb'ablenessv—j^^ 

implore' •-'^ ' \^ V,,,,^ ^ impov'erishment \ j ' — \lMPROBABLENESS 

implor'er n/'U]/^ ^~^ \X impracticability y J improb'ably 

implor'ingly '■""^^ *'' ^^ ^^* imprac'ticable v — <v ""^ improbably 

imply' \. \ ■-- — -i. ) IMPRACTICABLE- V - \ impro'bity^ 

impol'icy ^ ' [-ILITY \ improfi'ciency 

impolite' ' r' g impr^c'ticableness \. I M PROFICIENCY 

impolite'ly -.^^'C^ ^^p^'^ >^^yC^^ impracticableness ■^— ^ " impromp'tu ^'"'^ 7 

impolite'ness imprac'ticably '•"""^V'^^ ^ =1- improp'er \r 

imporitic •^^^J^l_ V"]"'"-^ impracticably \ ^~^1 — ^. improper-ly^ 

impol'iticly 1 ' v—--/.''^' — '\ im'precate - — <\--- — -c^ c S^improp'erly 

imponderabirity ' ^mpreca'tion ^ — X__ >~_P 'impropri'ety 

impon'derable ''(^^-—J\ >--v./1 im'precatoryv-— <^ \y \ ~) improvabil'ity 

Impon'derableness ^ ■> — "--^A ^ impreci'sion i ^— r^' — -^ "^ improv'able __.-— \^_ 

imporos'ity \| J impregnabil'ity '- — ■•*\^^— -—^improv 'able n ess 

impo'rous 9 x.,^impreg'nable " improv'ably 

import* v-p/\ v-y-^ >^^A. ' impregnablE-ILITyJ:Z^! ^ improve' ''"X" " 

import'able > impreg'nableness'--"^^ \^ ^-\ IMPROVE-D \ 

impor'tance "f — ^ — J^^"^^ impregnableness — \^ rfiim 

IMPORTANCE -^ — ---^^impreg'nably ,,_^ :^_^ N 1 his 

impor'lant ' IMPREGNABLY \ \ ' ' — w^^ ^ " " ^^""^ (^^^ ^'^) 

IMPORTANT ^^ -^ ' — 1 impreg'nate v^-<\ ^^c\v--^^ \ i some 

I advantage / -^^-^ impregnate \ • _\ ^^ ■ |i one (see some)^ 

I affair Aimpreg'nating ' >— -<^? * ' *^^ 

lease """"'^ ^ ""^ ^~*^ impregna'tion*-'— <N '^"^V /_ 11 next (cp. do the) 

I change 1 7- impreg'natory \ ■ ,^^-^ ^^ i,their -— ^r-^.^. 

I charge I /"^ I impreju'dicate • -1?^ ovjtv 

I judgment "* ^ -'— s/ ,— >s,-- ^ jmprepara'tion \. — cv > 1 theirs 

I letter / impresa'rio It. v — <v 5'J_^^^ 1 us 

I matter /^, imprescrib'able \^ "-^ \ — ^ 1 you 

1 particular '"""^X ''''^'*\ "'^ f^ imprescriptibil'ity -J^**-"^*^ ^improve'ment 

I principle _\ imprescrip'tible ^ *;; ^ \ — ^MPROVEMENT 

I question A— ^ Si imprescrip'tibly*' ^ y ]^ ' -^i association* 

I reason •"""^^ -— -v/ \ ^ im'press n. > — <v ■ J— <v ■,..'-^<\ improv'er •- — -A./ '- — '^ ' 

I respect > — ^"'0^' impress' v. X) "^ "><> N^ improv'idence ^'^ 

impor'tantly ' ^ impressed' improv'ident 

importa'tion >i '•'T'^~-vi *'^"jimpressibil'ity v — ^-'''''"'^- improv'idently>— *y 

import'er ^^p^/ \j \ * impress'ible > — "^Nv \ i5 improv'ingly \i 

impor'tunacy \ impress'ibleness ^^ \ x^improvisate y^ 

impor'lunate -^-^v/*^ „ impress'iblyv — <v, *" — *cy '^ — <\. improvisa'tion> 

impor'tunalely '■T— "^T'' /-JX^.J' impress'ing \- N;_^ ^^ improvis'atize 

impor'tunateness ' |— ^,/^f^-r^ impres'sion \ improvis'atized 

importune' '-r""^ ^ impressionabil'ity v — c\^^ ^^ improvis'atizing 

importun'er if"*'*''^*'^''''"^ impres'sionable > — -cv v^^/^ ^ improv'isator 

importun'ing .^„^-.,_/>_I^-^-.^1MPRESSI0NABLE- \^\ ^ improvisato'rial 

, . "I fit ITV - . 

importu nityv— *^/>^ — 1* L-»^»*» ^ — <\ improvisatory 

impos'able ' '-T^ >^ impres'sionableness ^N. improvise' ■ 

impos'ablcncss ' >/>t^ ^^^g, impressionable.'^"""^ ^ ^^_^^mpro vised' 

impose' *-'T^r*v >/ * impres'sional \ — ^p. ' /^ ^^ improvis'er ^l^v^ ^V„ 

impos'cr >T^ ^ >'*h:^^. iiripres'sionalist \5>- — <\ /^ improvis'ing 

impos'ingly l^*^*^ impres'sionary X3 .^improvvisato're It. 1 ^ , - 




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lMI'RO\'VISATRICE 



191 



IN COMMERCE 




improvvisalri'ce It 

impru'dcnce'- 

impru'deni 

impru'dcntly- 

impu'bcrty 

impu'bic 

im'pudence 

im'pudcnt 

im'pudenlly 

impudic'ily 
impugn' 3 
impugn'abic 

IMPUGNABLE 
impugn cr 
impugn'mcnt 3 

impu'issancc 
impu'issant 
im'puisc 
impul'sion 
impul'sivc 
impul'sively 
impul'sivencss 
impu'nily 
impure' 3 
impure'ly 3 
impurc'ness 3 
impu'rily 3 
impur'pic 
imputabirity 3 
imput'ablc 3 
imput'ableness 3 
imput'ably 3 
impula'lion 

imput'ative 3 

imput'atively 3 

impute' 3 

impui'er 3 

imputrcs'cibic 

in 

IN -- 

I a 

II case 
II letter 

I) little 

IK time (see little) 

II long ""-^ ""-T^ 

;long)_^..^ 



Ill pursuits 
. Ill tendencies 
II theirs 



I addition 

II to -^r^l- 

III that (see to) ^ - w, „ i,,,..,^ _. ^ 
I advance -■ — ^""^ Cjx 11 these * ^ \x-D 
I agreement J~rr1 m cases(sce these) 

I all ^ II this 

II a ^^-^-^ C—^"**" ^•-—1 H those 

II America m cases. 

II an-d II ways 

II cases C--- — ^CL5 ^— ^ Cj>ii your 

II Christendom Irz^Qm own (see yo 

II circumstances p 11 yours 

II countries CL-"— >/ CL,>~^ C_^T^ 1 almost 

II courts H.-ii every (see almost) 

III of justice b 1 America 
11 creation 



;.(seethose)Sr^'^^/r^ 



-fc- 




y-CII 

•.-— / II directions 
II distinctions 
II etidence 



Csy' I ain 

_ -H--11 ev 
b I An 



an 

argument 
II examination 

II example 
II extract _ 
^Horder 

II he C f *-— ^ ^^— -t. t and 

III is (see he) !^^l anger. 

II her I answer 

IK own (sec her) C_^£_^ ^^—<^ ^-^-^ •' to 




-c^^ 



III tnat 

I antagonism 
^1 anticipation 



I anything 
. II else (see anything) 
I appearance 




M hers 

II his 

III own (sec his) CLC - C_-v 

II I 

III am 

Ml do ^^^^-^ ^^"^ ^ 

ij III have 1 >*^ 

nil done (s.:c have) 

III may C— .■^-.- — ^C_a„— *^ k_J-Y ' approbation 

MM be (see may) j 1 April 

III said I argument 

III say C_--v\ C_w) C_P I as (see as) 
III state / II great 

II its Ml a (see great) 

III phases C^ Q__^ C '— o 11 little 

II justice 2'0 cA »M time (see Utile) 

II kinds h v^ " '"^"y 
Vi lands C — ^ CL-" — ^ ^^^ — ^ in as (see many) 

_ 11 my ., I astonishment 

III life (s«e my) t attempting 
II of CL-^ CL-^ t attendance ■ — -j > — 1/ 

, "^ Ml his (sec of) .Vc^.i attestation --Jlrr^.t) 

^^ II other ^ I banco L. 

M matter v ^ — -v- ...^— ^ im respects(se<tothe^r) 

HI of importance m particulars 

M moment ** — -V — n,-^" parts 

It most "'.-^vx^^ *._^V h^"^ HI of the world _ ^^^-""^X^ ^^-^ 11 times ^ ^^_ 

Ml extraordinary (see .. ._ « persons .S^<%< V^ X) 1 between 5 

11 multitude [most) *.^_-t--^/T' places 1 bonis L 



//H. 



-■=b 



Ml time (sec 
H manner 



ecother) C_-^ — ^ 1 bank 

i^K. y.Sr^* behalf 

^ ^ I better 





III of cases 

H quarter 

II question 

II rather 

II short 

HI time 

H limilar 

HI manner(sec similar) 

M simple 

HI manncr(«ee simple)' 

N somewhat 

II sort 



H probability^^ — ■'\^-<___J^ — <__£> * both 

M quarters _V. . rv 1 business 

n questions \ ok * California 

M relations ^^— ^/^ ^^«^v/\) ^^ 1 camera L. 

H respects ..... j.i candor 

H situations ey 1 case 

II stations C_J> '^-^ ^V " * 

II subjects eJ N /.-Mof 

, 11 such 



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I war (sec of) 



1 Qo QQ (- 11 events (si 



I certain 

II events (see certain). 



.7. 



HI matters (see such) 
II systems " 

M tnL, •= . . 7^ K^r-h « « 

H way -^i^ ^"-^t-v **-^\a '" ****^ ^'^^ that)C— * C-^*^.^^^- — ^1 charge KJ~^ 1 

H word .,.--7> -^ . . n the ^ m of fchBrgeof) ' ^ iT^ /f 

anything (see A (^^^^ 

haractcr -*— ^ 

chief 

I church 



I about 

I abundance 

I accepting 

I accordance-with 

I acknowledging 

t ncknowlcdgmenl 

I actian 



IN matters(cp in the) 

H their C 

HI actions . 
Ml bearings 
m glory CL. 

HI own 

Dhi purposes 



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I circumstances 
I Coloudo ^~-f ■ 
I comn\(ceO-' 



IN COMMON 



192 



IN ITS DESCENT 



r: 



I common ^^ — ■ ' — -■' — c ^- — ' ' fear 

II belief (sec common) >o 1 February 

I congress 

I Connecticut > — -^ — ' <V 

I consideration \j 

1 considering 

I construction <^ - 

I cooperation" \j 

I course 

II of '■^~.^S~ 

Ml business,- 

III time 

I cross-examination 
I cross-examining 
I cross-questioning 
1 curia L. ^^ — -^ 





fiction 
fieri L. 
figures 
finance 

fine 
I fore L. 
I foreign 
I) countries (see 
I form [foreign) 
I, formatiorT^* 

I fortune 
I forwarding 
I fragments 
I freedom 



II pretension 
\ II pride 
II profession 
11 progress 
II proof 
II proportion 

11 proposition 
11 protest 
II salvation 

11 secret ^~ 
n security 

II seeming 



<\ 



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-o 



ndship . 



-~ ^ — -^ I ireea 

*)-- Vi I frieni 

/ / I front 

-^^ -1 - — -| ^o I general — ^ ^^0 

U 1^ I Germany-- </_ 'c 




I danger 

II of (see danger) 

I darkness 
I daytime _*^r^r\l- 
I debt o 

I December 

I deciding 
I deference 

I Delaware 
I detail 
I diameter 

I disorder 
I dispensing 
I disposition 
I dispute 
I dividing 
I doctrine 

I doubt 

I due 

II time 

I each ^~/ ^ n- 

II case (see each) 

I effect 

I cither ^-^^-^ n 

II case (see either) 11 account (see his) 

I England 



II simple t5^ ■lT^.^' C\ 
^11 manner \ 

II sober 

-^ ^ ^-~y^ 111 judgment(see sober) cji Q^ /~\ 

__^^Z! 11 sojourn y (/ /t> 

A Q 





real 
It part (see great) 

I half 

II a (see half) 
I hand 
I harmony 
I haste 

I having 

II a (see havin^^)' 
I health 
I heaven 
I hell 

I her 

II own (see her) 
I hers 
I herself 

I his 




II solitude 

II spirit (3^ ^-^ 

II suspense '^. 

II suspicion 
11 system 
.11 traffic 
II transgression 

II use 

II usual 

III way (see usual) 






II way 
II word 
I history 

1 hoc" L. 

I honor 

II bound 

It of 
\tu his (see of). 

I hundreds 

_-i^^ -., ^ -. -jf Hof cases 

_rr^ 1^_ _ r^_iii thousands . 

I Illinois 



^^ 



^-r-jT. 



I enough 
I esse L. 
I essence 




II consideration 
II description q — 

II dread 

II dress 



--^ 



I evening 
I everlasting 

I every 

II case (see every) 
I evidence --.^-^^ >^ u - 
■ examination __b:rf.r^r- " ^^^^ 

II house 

II illustration 

II labor 



n eagerness * — 

II experience 

II expression 

II habits /'X) 
II haste ^ 



\ 




I examinmg 
I exchange 
I executing 
I execution 
I exercising 
I existence 
I expectation 
I expenditure 
I expense 
I experience 
I experiment 
I expression 
I extending '-- 
I extension _ 
I exicnso L. 
I extenuation 

I extreme 

II cases (see extreme) 

I extremis L. V * 
I extremity l— ^ 
I facia curiae L 

I fact "^^ — -\^ 

I fashion 

I favor 




'o _. II abundance ' 




-r-- 



.X. 



./^ 



II last 

III letter _ 
11 lecture 

■|i letter /^~""~~^ 

It management (O ^- 

11 manuscript 

^'11 method tn- -ST-^ . 

II might "^^^ II being 

II misfortune " best 

-ZT^ ^, II birth 



II accomplishment 
II adjustment 
II admission 



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ti advantage 
II announcement 
II application V-*^ 
It attainment "~ 

1^ 



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II mission 
II motion 
II mouth 



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.Ky^u body 
^11 bulk 



11 part 
Otu (u II persor 

I — ^l — . O" practii 




II person ^ 
"ce 

II praise ci 
It prayer x) 

I) prejudice 



^ 



^ 



II capability ~--9 — c -^ \ y 

II capacity N r / 

II change 1 I / 



nge 
II character 
II course 
II credit 



ti preparation dL ci <^ 

--S. II presentation \. Q x^ ^""^ 
' II presumption \/^ (j 



II cultivation >» — ^ '--P ^ 

II decline 4—, d b^ 

II descent l^j 



IN ITS DESIGN 



193 IN ORDER TO UNDERSTAND IT 



II design ^ vJ> ^ 

II development \i^_^ A 
II diameter V^ 

II effect "--P v_p . 

II efficiency ^^ , \^^ 

II end 

II entirely- 

II exannination 

« exercise 

11 existence ^A— ps.J»— J> "-^'V^^T 

H extent J ^-J t 

II failure 

II fall --P 

II form v^ 

II formation f 

H foundation "-^^y 

II grade 

II growth 

11 habti •«, — 1 ^^ 

II having t 

II heart 

history ^y^ 
n_i — 



I manhood '■'—'^^ 
I mankind I 

I manufacturing 



1 many 
. II cases (see many) 
I March 



i inccpiio 

I infancy 

I manner 

I nimc 

I only 

I operation >-^ 

I own 



Ml time (sec own) 
II part nJT 

II place \-^ 

II plan 

II position 
II possession 
II power 
n publication 
II purpose 
II qualificalton 
II quality 
II sphere 
II state 
II station 
II tendency 
II theory 

II uncertainly 
II work 
II worship 
II worth —< 

I January 

I Jesus 
M Chri:t 
I judging 
I judgment 
I judicto L 
i^lv 

I June 

II such (tee just) I 

• justice 

I justiBcction '-— ^ 

• juxtaposition 0\^ 
i Kansas 
I krcping - — - — 
I Kentucky 
I length 

I hkc «--— ' 

ii manner ' , 
I limine L. 

I hstening 
I loco L. 

I M.»ine 





III be '^^^-^ 

there (see to be) \ 
III become 





^-^^ 



/■ 



1 Maryland 

I Massachusetts 

I me 

I memoriam L 

I memory 

I Michigan 

I minc^ — -"^ 

I Minnesota 

I misery 

I misfortune ^ — ''"^^ — -""^o >■ ih develop '^ 

I misrepresenting 111 discourage (I 

1 Mississippi ^"(I>v '" (^'sccver 

I Missouri i;i distinguish *=-i 

I mistaking,,,^^^ — <ClL---->_-_ m do t"^ 

I mockery '" ^ "^ tiii a (see do) 

I more ^ — ^ ^ ^-— ^ ^ -> — ^^^-"^^ m educate 

II than (see more) 111 efifect 



III carry 

III cause 

III certify 
III change 
" — -^"N III characterize 
- ^1 11 check 
ill defeat 
III defend 
III determine 



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1 



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most 



T 



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111 encourage 
III encumber 
III enjoy 
III exclude 
III exhibit 
III exi^t 



ti cases 

I much 

II more (see much) 
I multitudes 

I my 

II life (see my) 111 extend 

I Nebraska ..._^^,,.,,^^r\„.__,,,^__p ^ ^ 111 facilitate 

I necessity ^^ | 111 fsvor 

I neglect inform 

I negligences^— -^ — <. y--^ — V* — '*-— ^m formulate 
1 Nevada oc ^*^ iii furnish 



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I new 

II England 

11 Hampshire 

II Jersey 
II Mexico 
II York 
I nomine L. 
I November 
I number 
I objecting 
I obscurf^y 
I observing 
I October 

I office -^ 
I Ohio ^ 

1 one 

It of (see one) 
I one's 




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n. 




Ill have 

nil a (see have) 
HI intimate 
III inquire 

III its 
Tirjudge 
III keep 

III know c^ 

nil a (see knov.). 
Ill lead 
III make 
III a (sec m::ke) 
HI observe 
III oppo: 
III overcom 
III perfect 
III present 
profit 




own (see one's) -- in pi'ovc 

I only 

II a (see only) 
I operation 
I opposition 

I order 

II not (see not) 

H of <^— v «— xj ^ '"' o (see see) j. 

In his (see of) ... iii send 

■III a (see send) 



I III receive 
III recommend .. 
Ill recover 

III retain ^^v^J 

III ruin 

ni see 




SJL^ Oi-l 



n that 

HI he (see that) W «— ■=— v ^--^ 



III abolish 

III accommodate 



III acco 
HI acco 



mmodate^ T"*" — ^ <-<— = ui teach "^ 

rirplish I -N. Ml let! I 

uni I _y Ml their / 



HI show 

HI substantiate 

Ml take 

Ml teach 
Ml tec! 



y 




X 



Ml their 
HI this 
HI ticat 
HI turn 

nil a (ice turn) 

III und^land 

nil it (sc^ndcrsland) 






n^ ^...'rf. 



IN ORDER TO UPHOLD 



194 



IN SILENCE 



tit Uphold 
III use 
III view 
III write 

I other 

II than (see other) 

I our *=:— - 

II age 
II case 
11 city 
n country 
II day 

II home 
u house 
I! interest 

n judgment ^^ 
II opinion / 

II other y^ 
n own 

III case — . .„ mt'own (see your) 

Ml house 111 yours 

II part "^i A. in yourself 

II position _S-=r^v_, \_>-r^Sj-- 1 referring 
II possession ^ 11 to 

II state ^*-f 




*=^ — -\ III theirs 
Vo t!i them 



nil one (see that) 

III their 

iiti own (see their) 

■^ 

III themselves <y 
III this 

itti one (5ee this) 
III us 

m you 

Ml your 

own (see your) 



III yours 

rself 



/ 



■III matter (cp, 
in them 
111 this 

nil one tsee this)^^ '^^— ^ "^ I ^"'o 

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■III claim (see his) 

it 
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v_iii 



II time 

II understanding 

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II work 

II world 

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nil matter (cp. in the)' 

I regard 

II to <i_?~ <5w5~l ^ 

III a-an 

Mil matter (cp. in a) 

Ml his "^^^ff"" ^^— ^ 

Ml it .. ' 

III its 

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MM which (see that) 
Ml the <=-„?v 




many 
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111 one 

nil more (see one)' 
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5T, JIM other (see several) 

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I part 

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Mcases(seeparticular) mi the <=_SV ^i_^'Z- ^'^u..?-') _.. 

I partnership ^-V_Oj--;^^^^^r?V^iiii matter (cp. in the) .!_ iiii own (see their) \\ \\ V 

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III you 

Ml your 

MM own (see your) 

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I peace 

I Pennsylvania 

I perpetuum L. 

I person 

I personam I.' 

I petto L. 

I phonography 

I point 

M of fact V| 

I position S-. 

I posse L. 
I possession 
I potentia L 
I power 

I practice , 

1 praesenti L.^;-iiy 
I prayer 

I preparation 

I presence 

I principle 

I print 

I private 

i progress 

I proof 

I proportion _ 

I propria persona L.^ 

I prospect 

I puris naturalibus L.^ 

t pursuance 

I pursuit 

I question 

I re L. 



MM other (see several) 

Ml some 

■III one (see some}' 

I reality » — c/1 '^ C/l ''~-f '" ^'-"^^ 

i realty \ iin a (see such) 

I receipt in that 



Ml them '"-^ 

nil that (see them) \ 
Ml themselves ( 

■^—Hi this ^^~^ 

nil one (see this) \ 
III us Q 

ni which **— ^ 

nil one (see which)\ 
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"to /I x-i ' '■^^P°"S^ ' C 

ill a-an — c/^ ^-Xy^-<y^ ^^^ '° ''"'v — '\ ® — 

III his 1 science 6 l__p 

III many i scripture j 

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ni us ^_, /2-^_... p /S i; I season '. 

I relief C/ ■— t/ C/ i secret 

I religion 




I securing - 
security 

rsecming 

II so •0~~^_^ 
I seizing / 



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I selling 
I separating 
I September 
I session 

i settlement - fV"^' ^- f — P 

I several V V. y^ 

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II order 

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ght -^ v-_f ■ ^ 



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IN THEIR DANGER 



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I sin 
I situ L. 

I size 

I sleep 

I slumber 
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I so ■5- 

II far 

III as «^_^ cS. 

I sober / N 

II earnest (see SB^r) 

I society q ^ 
I soliciting 7 
I solido L. I 

I some 

II one (see some) 3 — ^*r~=j ^— 

I something 

II else (see something) tr- 
I somewhat -g— ,,^ 

I south g^ 

II America (see south) ^ 
I speaking 
I speculating 

I spirit 

I spile 

II of 

Ml his ~— '^ ^— "^ — '^ " ^""'^5' 

nil own (see his) -r-r". 1 in of (see course) 

n custom 

~_!^ II custom-house 
.).ii dark 



II letter 
~>z<\H light 
'11 liter 



I taking 

I taste 

I tendency 

I Tennessee' 

I terror 

I terrorem L 

I testifying' 

I testimony 

II whereof 

I that — ( ^_( — ^ II marriage 

II one (see that) s — i 11 matter 

I the II mean 

II accompanying 
II account 
II action 




literature 
11 lord 
II main 

II management 
II manner 

of (see manner). 
u market 




II meantime 



^ 



II adjournment ~ ^ 

11 argument -_^ 

II best 

II case ^^—^ i__D 
in of 
II center 




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y — Q n ceremony 



--A --K 




11 morning 

II most 

niimportant(seemost) 

II motion 

II multitude 

II next 

in place (see next)- 

II order 

11 other 



chair 

charge 

II church 

n color ..-/. -. II present -/ 

n country / lu case (see present)^ 



rr^q.. 



Ill one (see the other) 



i p II reasoning 



latO- 



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Ill It 

III that 

nil which (see that) 

III their 

nil own (see their) — » -^-J — 11 

III them jl /- y..n 

mi that ^ " ^ > III 

III this ^JJ — c ~~_Ro " '*^' 

iin one (see this) ^ / n empire 

ni us ^ ^ III State 

III which 



in you 

HI your • — .? 

nil own (see your)./^ 

Ill yours 

in yourself 

i statu quo L,. 

I strict 
n accord 

II accordance 
I substance 

I succession 

I such 

II a (see such) 
I suggesting ^^f^ 
I superintending /j — 
I superior 

n force 

n numbers 

I support 

I supposing ^— ^ 

1 suppressing "<l^ 

I supreme 

I surmounting ;>, 

I surprise W 

I surprising 

II force 

II numbers 

I surrounding ^^ 

I surveyings .-./v. 

I suspending 

I suspense 

I sustaining . Q 






recommendation '. 

It redemption 
II reference 

II regard 

II darkness ) * c* n reply 

II direction «._^ v_v — ^ _^u respect — j'-'^x 

early I__r\rZVri__r^V^ II reward 

HI part 




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^_!^ II establishment 
nil a (see which)--/i ./. n examination . 



II exclusion 



rijrrr: 



II same 

n manner (see same) 

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III place ^^"5"" D^ 

II session — f | ^\j 

II sight 




ni of 

_i_o nil God 
-ZT^i size 
II soul 






II existence 

II existing 

III circumstances 



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n exercise 

III of 

II exhibition 

II south 

southern states. 

state 

II expectation — <■ o ^ — * q ^ r n '" of v_P 

» expenditure X. f>^._.ivnii Alabama (see 

II expense ^ 11 street [state of) 

11 experiment^ — £_q. *— i__p ^— ^__d *' third 
II explosion ___T-_X^T7\.__T-y-in place 
11 exposition 
II expression 
II expulsion" 
extermination 
traction v_<__^ 

II extraordinary 

I extreme 

II first — ff — ^v_P ^~i_tf ^" of "*y text 

III instance(sec first) d -->/-ii world 

II gospel iiiofspirits(see world) 

"N^ II government • their 



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II trial 

11 United States 

nil court (see U. S.) 
ni wisdom 

II word 
^1 of God . 

II words 



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III of God — <— 3 — " — — £_>— V II age 
nil the U.S. .... 11 answer 

"*v. *\o 11 Illustration — t^\j • — t^ — -t^ " oppearance 

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*^i last 



^~y 



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Ml month (see last) 
Ml place ^ 

11 late 




nrpun.. 
II behalf 
II case- 
II character 
n circle 
11 circumstances 



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—^ ^C^ tr^ " latter 

I swarms ij (. 111 part (see loiter) 11 couriii J'- 

I sympathy n law n danger O - 



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196 



INAUDIBLE 



ti defense 
II department 
II favor 

II form 
M former "^ 

III letter 
ti hands 




I understanding 

I undertaking"'^-^''- — ^1 ^-'^ 

I uniformity ' 

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11 interest 
II judgment 
II last 



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- — ^1 various v^/^^ r^ 
.On parts (see various) ^--^^_^ 




II part (see whatever) 
» v/halsoever ^ — j 
so-K 




\o i v/hosoeve 
I width 




II nation 
11 notice 
II observation 
II occurrence 

II office ^^ ^ ^^ , 

II operation ^ -S^ii part (see whatsO' 

II opinion^-__^~^j7 ---_.^^^ :' i which [ever) 

II order _\ ti a (see which) ^~-y 

II own I I whichever ' 

III case — - — *-* '^ -^ — -^ — ^'"^ I whom 

III name .11 you are (see whom). 

Ill right --_-^' whomsoever 

II part ^. ^ \ /I ^c;;^"""! whose 

II party 
II place 

II plan ' ^'Nj^ ^~-_-y\ 1 witness 

11 position __^ , -\-~)" whereof 

11 profession ^""^1 work 

II publication i worship — oC' 

11 question' ^X^'" < ^ C^^' your 

II relation -V 11 ov/n (see your) 

II remark f " -~ - - ?-=■ s^-=o' yours ^^ 

II second .J" i yourself g 

iiiaccount(seesecond) 1 youth 

II service ,..___f>^<o-~— ^ - ^' ^^^' ^■^\/^ ^ >v ^T 

II situation .ZTTJ-. JTIT- '"^'''' ''V ' '^ ' 

II soul Jj' " inaccessibil'ity ^ 

11 station ^ " P J>— O inaccessible^ — ' ^/ O 

11 stead J INACCESSIBLE-ILITV 

II success I inaccess'ibleness 

II system ■ O -^__.-j^-_..' — t inaccessibleness . 

II tendency, _ L-^^ \ _Si inaccess'ibly^__^,_C'^\~^ 

II unbcliei ' INACCESSIBLY 

II way — - — >~^_^^' \^ inac'curacy 

II youth 3 -^ / inac'c urate 

INACCURATE-LY 



T^ 



inadvert'enlly 
inadvisabii'ity 
inadvis'able 

INADVISABLE 
naffabil'ity _ 
naf fable 
naggres'sive, 
nalienabil'it^ 
nal'ienabie 
nal'ienableness > 
nal'ienably 
nalterabil'ity 
nal'terable 
nal'terablen 
nal'lerably 
namora'ta 
namora'lOi 
n'-and-ih' 
nane' 

nane'ly <, 
nan'imate 




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n 




It zeal 

I theirs * 

I them 

II that (see theni) 
I themselves — ^ 

I these fo 

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I things 

I this 

II one (see this) ^ 

I those ^lJ--4- 

II circumstances (sec 
I thought t'hosc) 

I thousands C 

II and thousands .-^^j 

II of cases — 7 \ 
I thus -^ri ^ 

I thyself (a 
I time 
I toto L. 
I transit 

I unbelief p. \> inadverfency 

I uncertainty 1 inadvertent 



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51- 



inac'curatcly 
In'achus 

nacqiiaint'ance 

nac'tion 3 

nac'tive 

nac'tively 

nacliv'ity 

nadaptabil'ity 3 

nadapl'able 3 

nadapta'tion 

nadequacy 

nad'equate 

nad'equately^ 

nad'cquateness 

nadher'ent 

nadhc'sion 

nadhc'sive 

nadmissibil'ity 





nan'imatcness 
nanima'tion ' 
aani'tiate 

nanitia'tion 

nani'tion 

nan'ity 

nappeal'able I 

nappelabil'ity 

nappel'abie 

nap'petence 
__inap'pelency 

INAPPETENCY 
inapplicabil'ity 
inap'plicable^- — i 
inap'plicablenes; 

inap'plicably 
inapplica'tion 
inapposite 
.V inap'positely 
Il>\inappre'ciabl 
inapprecia'tion 
inappre'ciative 
"napprehen'sion 
vpj inapprehcn'sive 
'tT"^ ^napproach'able 
inapproach'abiy 
inappro'priate 

inappro'priately 
inappro'priateness ^^^ 
inapt- 3 '^"^^^-^^ 

^ inapt'itude 3 . 
inapt'ly3 ' % 

inapt'ness 3 
inarch' 3 ^ 

inartic'ulate t„// 
inartic'ulalely 
inartic'ulatencss 
inartin'cial _ 
inartifi'cially 

inartifi'cialness 
inartis'tic «^* ^..^ 
inartis'tical ^t_^ 






inartis'tically. 
inasmuch 

INASMUCH 

I as ^^ 

II a (see as) —i"?-- 
Jv inassifnila'tlon o 

nadmis'sible -^ — -1 "^ — -1 ^-—A inatten'tion 

INADMiSS!BLE-Y.U~j. U:::jv[r-iv ^inatlen'tivC 
inadmis'sibly ^N/ ^\ ^'Vf inatten'tivcly 

inadvert'cnce^ — -1^ ."'—rnv _ /S-i\ inatten'tivenes 

inaudibil'ity ^ 
inau'dible 



-^-^. 



INAUDIBLENESS 



197 



INCOMPASSIONATELY 




inau'dibly 

inau'gural 

inau'gurate 

inaugurating V 

inauguration 

inau'gurator- 

inau'guratory 

inauspi'cious 

INAUSPICIOUS-LY._ 1 . 

inauspi'ciously [-NtSS.V^ 

inauspi'ciousness 

inauthor'ilative 




in'being 
in'bent 



inbreathe 

inbrealh'ing '^— ^^ 

in'bred ^ 

inbreed' ( 

in'ca I 

incalculabil'ity 
incal'culable 
incal'culableness 
incalculably <. 
in'can i 

incandesce 

incandcs'cence 

incandcs'cency 

INCANDESCENCY 

incandcs'ccnt '— '^ 
incanta'tion J 

incant'atory 
incapabil'ity 
incapable 

INCAPABLE-ILITY 

inca'pablencss 

INCAPABLLNESS 

inca'pably 

INCAPABLY 

incapa'cious 
incapa'ciousness 

incapacitate <^^,, ^ 

incapacita'tion X 

incapac'ity^^^ ^ o-^ 

incar'ccratc 
incarccra'tion 

incar'nadine 
incar'nate <^_^— ^^^»-.4' 
incar'natiiig .J 



tncarna'tion 

incar'nativc 

incarnifica'tion 

incase' 

incased' 

incase'ment 

incas'ing 

incau'tion 1 

incautious 

incau'tiously 

incau'tiouine; 

in'cavatc 

incava'tion 

inccn'diarism 

inccn'diary 

in'cenie (n)<^-SLi^ 

inccn»e' (v.) <...JLl9 

incense-burner 

incensed' 

incen'ter t_ftj^ 

inccns'ing 



incen'tively 

incep'tion 

incep'tive 

incep'tively 

incer'titude 

inces'sancy 

inces'sant 

I change 

I effort 
incessantly 
inces'santness 
in'ccst 

inces'tuous 

,inces*tuously 

inces'tuousness 





in'choant 
in'choafe 
in'choately 



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inciden'talness- 
incin'erabic 
ncin'erate ;^ 
nera'tion 
erator 
incipience 
incip'icncy 

INCIPIENCy 

incipient 
incip'iently 
incir'cumspect 
incircumspec'lion 
incir'cumspcctly 
incise' x 
>) inci'sion i 
incisive 

inci'siveness< 
inci'sor z 
inciso'rial 



nclinom'cter 

nclose' 

nciosed' 

nclos'cr 

nclos'ing j^ 

nelo'sure 

nclude' 

nclu'sion 

nclu'sive 

nclu'sively 

ncoag'ulable 

ncoales'cence 

ncoer'cible ^ 

ncogitabil'ity 

ncog'itable 

ncog'itancc 

ncogitancy j r < —,. 

ncogitant d- J- / 

•incog'ilantly ^^ — 7—7- J .- — [_ 

"ncog'nita f — ^^"~^ 

ncog'nilo y^ '• 

ncog'nizable,^ 0' 

ncog'nizance >/\_^ , 

ncog'nizanl 

ncognoscibil'ity 

ncognos'cible 

nccher'encc 

ncoher'ency 

INCOHERENCY 

incoherent 
incoher'ently 
incoherentness 
incohe'sion 

incoincidence' 
ivincoin'cident 
' incombustibil'ity 
combus'tible 



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incombus'tibleness 
incombus'tibly 

in'come 

I tax ;_ 

in'comer 





'c«T7t 



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in civism 
inclem'cncy 
INCLEMENCY 
inclement 
inclem'enlly 
inclin'able 
INCLINABLE 
inclin'ablcnes) 
' — S^ >fINCLINABLENESS 
" inclina'tion 
inclin'atorily 
inclin'atory 
incline' 

'<. O Q. ^ inclined 

^"^-^^ I to 




inci'tative 
incite' 
incite'ment 
incit'er 

incit'ingly V; 
to-mo'tor 




in'coming 

incommensurabirity. 
incommen'surablc ^ 

incommen'surablencss 
incommen'surably • 
incommen'surate 

ncommen'suratcly 

ncommen'suratcness 
incommis'cib>«v_ 

incommoda'tion 
incommode' — ^i 
incommo'dious — U 
incommo'diously ~ 
'ncommo'diousness~ 
ncommod'ity 

incommunicabil'ity ^ ^.jj — r 

incommunicable ^>_J — :\N^ 

incommu'nicabicness 
incommu'nicably 

incommu'nicative „^ , 

incommu'nicatively 
incommu'nicativcness 




> ^ incommu nicaiivcn 

V^—c — p incommutabil'ity 3 

i /^^ >v_Pincommul'able3 ~_ 



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'V. 



incen'surnblet^Jtjj; <,_(j^<._fim 11 be 
incen'iursbly ^y /x V.11 do (»ee to), 
incen'tive \ \ Inclin'er 



incommut'ableness 3 
incommut'ably 3 — <l ^-^ ^ 
*— <Y?/ incompact' S 3 

■^ incomparabil'ily V^ 

incom'pcrable^ '\„/ii^v i 
yj ^ Incom'parablcness ^'''^•i 

*— < 3^ incomparably ^ — ^v jo ^"^t^-S 

^ _ " /\ incompai'sronale ^^ > 

^^ incompaa'sionately 



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INCOMPASSIONATENES3 



198 



INCREMENT 






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incompas'sionateness 
incompatibirily ^^ 
incompat'ible 

incompat'iblcness 
inccmpat'ibly 
incom'pctence "^"^ 
incom'petency 

INCOMPETENCY 

incom'petent 
incom'petently 
incomplete' i '■ — ^^ ^ 
incomple'led x j-_ 

incomplcte'ly i ' . 

incomplete'ness 1 
inccmple'tion 
incom'plex-—- 
incom'plexly 
incoir.pli'able i 
incompli'ance i 
incompli'ant i^— ''^ 
incompli'antly i o 
incompos'ite 
incomprehensibii'ity ' 
incomprehen'sible^~^'\p 

INCOMPREHENSIBLE- \ 
[-ILITY^- 

incomprehen'sibleness-^--' 

INCOMPREHENSIBLE- 
[NESS 

inccmpreheo'sibly _ 
incomprehen'sion \.^ 

incomprehcn'cive 

incomprehen'sively 

incomprehen'sivencss 

incomprescibil'ity s.^ . 

incompress'ible ^ — ^"^ 

incompress'ibleness "^"-^^ 

incomput'able 3 
inconceaTabte 1"*— 
inconceiv'abilily 1 . 
inconceiv'able^l^'^v ^ 
inconceiv'ableness i \ 
inconceiv'ably x -^ ^^ n 
inconclu'sive --— 'oP /\^. 
inconclu'sively ^^ 
inconclu'siveness > "^^ 

inrnnrrptp' T^ ^ '~ * 

inconcus'sible '^'■^v-.^P 
incondensabil'ity 
inconden'sable -— ^|, 
inconfut'able 3 o 

inconfut'ably 3 

incongeal'able i"" ^'O. A N» 

incongeal'ableness i^s^, J^^ 

incon'gruence 

incon'gruenl 

incongru'ity 

incon'gruous^s c: 

incon'gruously ,.^ 

incon'gruousness 

, - — '^ 
inconsec uti've V;^ 

inconsec'utiveness 

incon'sequence 

INCONSEQUENCE 

incon'sequ'ent^ — ^ — d 

INCONSEQUENT 

inconsequen'tial 
INCONSEQUENTIAL- 
[-LY-ITY 
Inconsequcntial'ity 
inconsequen'tially 
incon'sequently ^-—^ 

INCONSEQUENTLY ^^ 

incon'sequentness 

INCONSEQUENTNESS 



nconsid'erable -v — 

NCONEIDERABLE 

inconsid'erableness > 

INCONSIDERABLE- 

inconsid'erably [i^'ESS, 

INCONSIDERABLY 

inconsid'erate n>_- 

INCONSIDERATE 

inconsid'erately 

INCONSIDERATELY 

inconsid'erateness 

INCONSIDERATENESS 

inconsidera'tion — ^ 

■*^ INCONSIDERATION 

Oinconsist'ence i 



1 T~3 1: 

CI " 



nconvcrt'ibly 
nconvin'cible 

INCONVINCISLE 



Tinconvin'cibly 
incoor'dinate 
incoor'dinated 
incoordina'tion 
incor'porate 
incorpora'tion 

incor'porative 
cor'porator 
ncorpo'real 




^Qi s^ p incorpo' realism' 
(j J' incorpo'realist 



im'-* \y^ ^ 



nconsist ency ^^ 

INCONSISTENCY 

inconsist'ent i 



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incorporeal'ity 
-. incorpo'really' 
"^iPincorpore'ity 



incorrect 




inconsist'ently i ~ 

inconsist'eniness i*~^(^ -^ 
inconsolable ( — '^o 

nconsoi'ableness'V'^ _ 



inconsol'ably ~^ — 
incon'sonance i 
!ncon'sonancy^_ 
NCONSONANCY 
incon'sonant i 






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— q^ij 

i."Vcon'sonantly^^Ql^ 
inconspic'uous (-ness 
CONSPICUOUS-LY- 

inconspic'uously O' ^ . ,p 

inconspic'uousness \ (^ X 

" tTfion'stancy '^o* ) 

X.itCONSTANCY T 
incon'stant i . — 'J^ -^p 
incon'stantlv i w> 



INCORRECTv_S 

inccrrec'tion 

V/^incorrect'Iy ^ 

'° TNCORRECTLY^-S 

incorrect'ness ^ 

INCORRECTNESS 
incorrigibil'ity 



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Xs 



"\3- 




incor'rigible * — i- •' 

incor'rigibleness\ 

incor'rigibly 

incorrod'ible 

incorrupt' 

incorruptibil'ity 
incorrupl'ible O^ y 
incorrupt'ibleness 
fircONSTANCY "J' ^ — ;$l^incorrupt'ibIy 

incon'stant i ^""^J? *" ^P incorrup'tion 

incon'stantly i ' ^>^ incorrupt'ly 

inconsum'able _ r^ 1 incorrupt'ness 



inconsum'ably 
inconsum'mate'^ 

inconsum'-mateness | v— ^ 
incontam'inate — ''<?\^ 
incontam'inatcness 



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ncontestabil'ity 
^ p mcontest'able -— 

/V/ITJCONTESTABLE 



'-^ 



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-^J-c incon'tinent 



incontest'ableness — -i 
INCONTESTABLENESS' 
incontest'ably 

INCONTESTABLY 

incontig'uous. 

incontig'uously 

incon'tinence 

incon'tinency 






incon'tinently 
incontrol'labie 
incontrol'lably 

incontrovertibil'ity 'l^ ^ 

incontrover'tible "^^^ — '1^ 

INCONTROVERTIBLE. 
[ ILITY 
incontrover'tibleness^ — _ 
INCONTROVERTIBLE- W K I yourself 
incontrover'tibly^ vC^n '^s^ increas'er 



'<3=^incras'sate-v 
incrassa'tion 
incras'sative 
creas'able 
'crease (n.) 
increase'(v.) 
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I his 

ir own (see his) 
I it 
its 
V^ii own (see its) 

I of 
I' / ^ii his (see of) 

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II one (see that) 

I the 

II amount (cp. take the) 
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I this 

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your 

II own (see your) 
Tr^l 'yours _^ ^J^ ^_^ ^_57° 



. ■ rS II or 



INCONTROVERTIBLY K n ' increasing 

inconven'ience •>: H^-'(r incjeas'ingly 

inconven'iency incredibil'ity 

inconven'ient ^- — "{* ^-^^ — ^T incred'ible 
V^*a- S^ incred'ible 



C^/^nconven'iently Vj>iw 
r° Inconvers'able- ' 



c>^ 1 

A , y INCONVERSABLE oL'~;^'=^J^'^^ 

■~^ ^ incon'versant V *^ \ 



inconvertibil'ity 
fo inconvert'ible — 

'^^^ inconvert'ibleness 



,^V 



'\- 



incred'ibly 

ncredu'lity 

incred'ulous 

incred'ulously^ 

incred'ulousness 
in'crement 



x:; 




INCREMENTAL 



199 



INDIGESTIBLE 



incrcmen'tal 

incrim'inate 

incrimina'tion 

incrim'inatory 

incrust' 

incrus'tate 

incrusta'tion 

incrus'tive <^ 

incrust'ment 




indefatigabii'ity 
indefat'igable [-ILITY 
INDEFATIGABLE- 

indefat'igablencss 

INDEFATIGABLENESS 

-|^ p indefal'igably 

p p INDEFATIGABLY 

'--^TT'^-^Tl^indefeasibil'ity '*^- 



incrys'tallizabte — 

in'cubate <.-Sr"^v*^\/' 

tnrnha'tirtn ^ 




indelermina'tion 

INDETERMINATION 

indeter'mincd 

INDETERMINED 

indevo'tion 

indevout' 

,n'dex 

in'dexed 

in'dexer 



1%1 



incuba'tion 

in'cubative 

in'cubator' 
incu'batory 

in'cubi L 
in'cubus L. 
incul'cate 

inculca'tion 

incul'cator 

incul'catory 

incul'pablc 

incul'pablencss 

incul'pably 

incul'pate 

inculpa'lion 

incul'patory 

incum'bcncy ^ 

INCUMBENCY 

incum'bent 
incum'bcntly 
incum'brancc'*" 
incum'branccr 

incunab'ula L. 




indefea'sible 

indefca'sibleness^* <-ji- ^^ — -t» .O in'i 
indcfea'sibly \^ N^ 0^-iP\ in'dex-gage 

indefensibility n^\ index'ica! 

indefen'sible ^"^ index'ically 

NDEFENSIBLE-ILITY [J^^ ^-^in'dcxing 

indefen'sibleness"^' ^^^oN* ' in'dexless 



T-] INDEFENSIBLENESS V X indexter'ity 

' indefcn'siblv ' — ^ ^^^» -^-H In'dia i 




indefcn'sibly 

INDEFENSIBLY 

indefin'able 

indefin'ably 

indefinite 

indefinitely 

indcfinitencss 

indeform'able 



LY l--J?M>-^b--^In'dia 




tiaman i 

'In'diamen t, -. 

<~-^» <^ INDIAMEN U-^ 

U-^ [}^In'diani 

I affairs 



incunab'ulum U. 

incur' 

incurabifity 

incur'able 

incur'ablcncss 

incur'ably. 

incurios'ity 

incu'ricus 

incu'rioucly 

incu'riousne 

incur'rcncc 

incur'rent 

incur'sion 

incur'sive 

incur'vatc <_?-)-\e„ 

incurv'a'tion 

incurve' 

in'cus L. 

in'cut 

indebt'ed 

indebt'cdness 

indc'ccncy ^"^^ 

inde'ccnl 

indc'ccnlly < «• ^^» ■^— 1* 

indccid'uous (j .k I,- 




j ini 



-1, 



indcci'phcrable Z^" \y^ v^ 

indecision i t~^ ,\ p 

indecisive ^^ v^ 

indcci'sivclyv_^> < — <. < — ■• I 

indcci'siveneu I3 ^ b J i 

indeclin'able V-/ '^^^-.^^p^^^/^ ' 



INDEFORMABLE 

indclcct'able 

indeliberate 

indclib'erately. 

indclibera'tiori^ 15- 

indclihil'ity 

indel'ible 

deliblenessl 

delibly 
indel'icacy 
indcl'icate 
indelicately 
indemnifica'tion 
INDEMNIFICATION 
indem'nify 

indem'nifying 
indemnitee; 

NDEMNITEE 
indem'nitor 
indem'nity 
indemonstrabil'ity* 
indcmon'strable 
indemon'strablcnessl 
indenr* 
indcnta'tion 
indcnt'cdly ^"ij' 
inden'tion c^' 

indcn'turc 
^- indcn'turcd 

indcn'luring^-^ 
indcpcnd'cncc •: — -«• 

DEPENDENCE L ^^ 
dependency ^-^ 

INDEPENDENCY ' — !• 
independent ~^j (, 

independently) 
independ'ently 




^^ 




I fort 
Ic 

cean 
I Territory - 
India'na 
^ "^^ V Indiarap'olis 
K Indian'ian 

In'dianist 
in'dia-rub'ber i 

In'dic 
in'dicant 
in'dicate x 
indica'tion 
indic'ativc 
Jijndic'atively 

in'dicalor 
in'diccs ; 
indi'cia L. 
indict' 
indict'able 
indict'ed x 
indictee' 

INDICTEE 

indict'er 

indic'tion 
indicl'ment <^„i- 
indict'or 

In'dies <_*• 

indifference t 
indiffcrcncy 




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Tr- 



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indifferency 

indifferent <-~^ y^*^~^ "^"I'J^^ 

indiflcren'tiated Ir I V p 

indifferentiated 

indif'fercntism 

indif'fercntist 



ndepend'enfly! |. * — * < — 1» indifferent 

ndcp'rccable T K urX 'nd'ff"''''>l< 

ndescrib'able y- ^ — c ^indiffusi 
NDESCKIBABLE-Y ^ indigence 



indescrib'abl 
indestructibil'ity 



indeclinabley 

indeclin'ably 

indccompos'able 

indecompos'ablenejs 

iftdcco'rou 

indeco'ro 

indcco'ro 

indeco'rum 

indeed 



"-1^ 






indestruc'tible 

indeslruc'tiblene 

indcstruc'tibly 

indeter'mlnable 
dcter'minable 
deter'mlnably 
deter'minale 
indclcr'mina'.cly 
indeter'minatcncst 




INDIGESTIBLE 



200 



INEFFECTUALLY 








INDIGESTIBLE 

indigcst'iblcness 

lNDIGESTIBLENESli\ 

indigest'ibly 

INDIGESTIBLV 

indiges'tion 
indiges'live 
indig'nant 

INDIGNANT- LV-TION 

indig'nantly 

indigna'tion 

indig'nity 

in'digo 

in'digo-bird 

in'digo-finch <. 

in'digo-mill 

in'digo-plant 

indil'atory 

indimin'ishable 

indirect' 

indirec'tion 

indirect'ly^ 

indirect'nes3 

indiscern'ib 

indisccrn'ibienc, 

inr^iscern'ibly 

indis'ciplinable 

INDISCIPLINABLE 

indis'cipline 
indiscov'erable 

indiscreet' ^.^. ■ 

indiscreet'ly \j— 

indiscreefness* 

indiscrete' 

indiscre'tion 

indiscrim'inaie 

INDISCRIMINATE-LY 
indiscrim'inately "^ — 
indiscrim'inatingly ^ 
indiscrimina'tion 

INDISCRIMINATION? 

indiscrim'inative 
indispensabil'ity 
indispen'sable (-ILITY 

INDISPENSABLE * 

indispen'sableness ^sV 

INDISPENSABLENES^ '^ 

indispen'sably ^~-^' * ^"\. (S 

INDISPENSABLY 5^^-^ 

indispose' ,^ <_r^ <1^- 

indisposed' ^ ^* ^"^ 

indispos'edrtessv._H'^^ ^ 

indispos'ing 

indisposi'tion 

indisputabil'ity^ 

indis'putabic 

indis'putablencss' 

indis'putably 

indisso'ciabic 

indissolubil'ity 

indis'scluble . , 

indis'solublcnes^^'^v 

indis'solubly ^ 

indissolv'able 

indissolv'ablencss 

indistinct 

INDISTINCT. 




INDISTINGUI£KABLe|j^ 

indistin'guishabieness ^ 

INDISTINGUISHABLE- 

[NE3S 

indistin'guishably < ^ , v..^ . 

indistinguishaely u*<U^^ \r^ 
indistrib'utable ' '^* 

indisturb'ance 
indite' 

indite'ment 
indit'er ^ 
in'dium vL-s 
individ'ual 

INDIVIDUAL 

I liability 
individ'ualism 
;;^_^^, individ'ualist 

Y\P'^ individualis'tic 

INDIVIDUALISTIC 

individual'ity 

INDIVIDUALITY 

individualiza'tion 
■individ'ualize 
individ'ualized r 

individ'ualizer . /"trx • 
individ'ualizing^^'^V /\^^^ 
ndivid ually 

INDIVIDUALLY 

individ'uale 
individua'tion 

indivisibil'ity 

indivis'ible 

indivis'ibleness 

indivis'ibly 

Indo-Brit'on 

Indo-Chi'na 

Indo-Chinese 
ndocibil'ity 
imioc ■" ' 

indoc'ile 

indocil'ity ^^~ ^1^* 

indoc'trinate /^ ^- ' 

I indoctrina'tion ^-— i—^'^'l^ln^^" "I 

ndoc'trinator- I n-^ [ — H' 

indoctriniza'tion J ^-r^'H. 
Indo-Eng'lish^— < • 
Indo-Europe'an t'. 
Indo-German'ic 
/ in'dolence '^-^/t^ 





c;s^^ ^^ 




in'dolency 
INDOLENCY 

in'dolent -: ^^ 

in'dolently r^ 

indomitable 

in'door 

in'doors 

Indo- Pacific 

lndors'able< 

INDORSABLE 

endorse' 

indorsed' 



< — -ryti inaorsea 
<_.j;^ I >> indorsee' 
S >s._p indorse'ment 



ndistinc'tion fc"-^ u^ D^' 
ndistinc'tive " 

indistinc'tivcncss n ^ 

indistinct'ly ■'~-'l|^ "^ — 1: P""^ 

INDISTINCTLY "~']),,_p iHV" 

indistincl'ness^^-^ " ' "^ "" 

INDISTINCTNESS^ 

indistin'guishable 




indors'er 

indors'or 

In'dra 

in'draft 

indraw' i 

in'drawn i 

indu'bious 

indu'biously 

indu'bitable 

indu'bitablcness 

indu'bitably 

induce' 




nduced' ^_^ 

nduce'mtnt [), 
ndu'cer 

ndu'cible 

nduc'ing 

nduct' 

nduc'tile 

inductil'ity 

nduc'tion 

nduc'tional _ 

nduc'tion-balance 

nduc'tion-coil 

nduc'tion-machine 

nduc'tion-pipc 

nduc'tion-port 

nduc'tion-valve 

nducl'ive .. _L 

nduct'ively 

nductiv'ity <. 

nductom'eter 

nduct'or 

nduc'tric 

nduc'trical 

ndue' 

NDUE ^^ 

ndue'ment rv 

NDUEMENT 

ndulge' ^y 

ndul'gence Y 
ndui'gency / 

NDULGENCY >^ 

ndul'gent / 

ndul'gently ^ 

ndul'ger 

n'ducate 

ndura'tion 

n'durative 

[n'dus 

ndus'trial 

ndus'trialism 




"-U n," 



r 



4 



^-r 



J 

nous iriansm <_^_ <^ ^_ <^__ 

ndus'trialist I/-t5~" *|^ Jl^ 
ndus'trialize K \. Kv 

ndus'triaHzed-:-_^_ v -_ -t^^^^^ 

ndus'trially *^^ kji *„ 

ndus'trious " v K b 

ndus'triously ^ — ■_ < ^_ i ^_ 

ndus'triousness L^ il„ i 

n'dustry jT l^^p 1 

n'dwell 

n'dweller 

n'dwelling 

ne'briacy 

ne'briant 

ne'briate 

nebria'tion 

nebri'ety 

ne'briism 

ne'brious 

nedibirity 

ned'ible 

ned'ita L. 

ned'iled 

ned'ucable 

neffabil'ity 

nef'fable 

nef'fableness 

nef'fably 

nefface'able 

nefface'ably 

neffect'ive 

neffect'ively 

nefTect'iveness 

neffec'tual 

neffectual'ity 

ncffec'tually 




INEFFECTUALNESS 



20I 



INFIDELITY 




ineffec'tualness 
ineffervcs'cence 
inefferves'ccnt 
ineffervescibility 

inefTerves'cible ^_^ 

ineffica'cious ^"^V^x 

INEFFICACIOUS ^ 

ineffica'ctously 

INEFFICACIOUSLY^ 

inefTica'ciousness 

INEFFICACIOUSNESS 

inef'ficacy 

ineffi'ciency 

incffi'cicnt 

INEFFICIENT-LY-C^ ^ 

inelaborate ■^'- // 

inelastic 

inclastic'ity i.^ 

inelegance ^ 

inel'egancy k 

INELEGANCV \-^ 

inelegant ^L^ 

inelegantly 
ineligibility 
ine) igible 
incligibly */■ 

inelim'inable.^ 

inel'oquence 

tnel'oquent 

inel'oquently 4«^ 

inelud ible r^j^ ^~^ 

inept ^^ x 

ineptitude 

ineptly "-^ 

inept'ness " 

ine'quable 

inc'qual 

Inequal ity 

incqua'tion 

incquidis'tant 

inequilat'eral 

ineq'uitable 

incq'uitably 

incq uity 

incrad'icable ^. 

i n e r a d ' i c a bl >r;_/^l_6 

inera^'ablc 

inerrabirityt_ 

inerrable 

incr'rableneas 

iner'rably 

inerrancy 

INERRANCY 

iner'ranl 

inerrat'ic 

inert' 

inertia 

incr lial 

inertly 

incrt'ncH 

incr'uditc 

incscap'able 

inessen'tial t_^ 

INKSSKNTIAL i_^^ 

ir.es'timablc 

inestimably 

ineva'ftible 

inevitabil'ity 

inevitable 

inev'itableness 

inevitably 

inexact' 
inexact itude 
inexacCly 




^^^- 





_o_^_p 







nexact'ness^ 
nexcitabit'ity 
nexcit'able 
nexcusabil'ity V 
ncxcus'able 
nexccs'ablencss 
nexcus'ably 
nex'ecutable 
execu'tion 
nexer'tion 
nexhaustibil'ity 
nexhaust'ible 

nexhaust'ibleness 

nexhaust'ibly 

ncxhaust'ive 

nexist'ence 

nexist'ent 

nexorabil'ity 

nex'orable 
nex'orableness 
ncx'orably 
nexpan'sible 

NEXPANSIBLE 

nexpe'dience 

n e X p e 'd i e ncy ^— '-^^' 

NEXPEDIENCY \ 

nexpe'dient J 

nexpe'diently ' 

nexpen'sive 
nexpe'rience 

NEXPERIENCE ^/^ 

nexpe'rienced 

NEXPERIENCED 

nexperl' . 

nexpert'ncss 

ncx'piabic 

nex'piablcness 

nex'piably 

nexplain'able 

NEXPLAINABLE 

nexplicabil'ity 
ncx'plicable 

nex'plicablcncss 

nex'plicably. 

nexplic'it 

nexplor'able 

nexplo'sive 

nexprcss'ible 

NEXPRESSIB 

nexprcss'ibly 
nexpress'ive 

NEXPRESSIVE 

nexpress'ivcness 

NEXPRESSIVENES 

ncxpug'nabi 

ncxpug'nabl 

nextcnd'ed 

ncxtensibil'i 

ncxtcn'*tiblc 

ncxtcn'tion 

ncxtcr'minablc;^ 

NEXTERMINAULE 

nexlinct 



— i „ \ . 

•1_^H>'. ■ iq ^infantile " — Vi 

_ ^^ N ^^in-fantlike I 



infariibleness 

infal'Iibly 

in'famous 

famously 
in'famousness 
in'famy 

n'fancy 
INFANCY 
in'fant 

infan'la Sp. 
infan'te Sp. 
infan'ticidal 
infan'ticide 





NEXTINCT 

ncxtin'guishabic 

NKXTINOUIiHABLE-y 

ncxtin'guishably 

ncx'tncablct,. 

ncx'IricablcnciiS 

ncx'tricably 
I'nci 
fal'libiltsm 




y^in'fantry 

in'fantryman 

in'fantrymen 

INFANTRYMEN 

infarct' ' 

infarc'tion 

in'fare 

infat'uate 

infatua'tion 

infeasibil 

infeas'iblc 

infeas'ibleness 

infect 

infcct'edness 

infect'er 

infect'ible 

infection 

infec'tious 

infec'tioiisly 

infec'tiousncss 

infec'tive 

infec'tivcness^ 

infecliv'ity 

infec'und i 

infccun'dity 

infelicitous 

infelic'ity ^_^. ^ti- 

infelo'nious VA 1 

in'felt 

infer' 

infer'able 

inference 

inferen'lial 

INFERENTIAL-LY 

infercn'tially 

infe'rior 

I court 

I degree 

I state 
inferior'ity 
infc'riorly 

infcr'nal <_F-y 
inftrnal'tty p 
infer'nolly 

infer'no .,_^y 
infcro-ante'rior 
infcrolat'cral 
inferomc'dian 




on ;. — -]. V — ^* 




inleromc dian« « < « y\7y 

ilnfcroposte'rior ^^^z ^■^-^S^tP. >/ 
infertile --Vo» It; ^ 



infcr'lilely _^ _/^ 
infertility^-^ <-^V I 
infest' 



fcsla'lion<— ^ 



nfallibiliit "S ■ ^--\ /\ infeuda'tion 

nfallibilily <— I /\^'' ^infidel 

nfalliblc"^ — L/\/^ 



Infidcl'ily 









INFIELD 



202 



INGUINAL 



^.> 





in'field i 

infill I 

in'fiUing 

infilm' 

infil'ter 

infil'tered 

infil'trate < ^. ^i 

infiltra'tion v/ 

infil'trative 

in'finite ^ 

in'finitely 

in'finiteness 

infinites'imal 

infinites'imally 

infin'itive 

infin'itively 

infinitude 

infin'ity 

infirm' 

infirm'ary 

infirm'ity 

infirm'ly ^ 

infirm'ness 

infix' I 

infixed' : 

infix'ing 

infixion x 

inflame' 

inflam'er 

infiammabil'ity 

inflam'mable 

inflam'mableness" 

inflam'mably 

inflamma'lion 

inflam'mative 

inflam'matory 

inflat'able 

inflate' 

inflat'er 

inflal'ile 

inflat'ing *~~^ 

inflat'ingly f 

infla'tion * ^ 

infla'tionist ^ 
infla'tus L. 
inflect' ^^-^ — ■r 
inflec'tion ^ 
inflec'tional 

inflec'tionless 
inflect'ive <— < /^ 
inflexibility V__s_b^ 

inflex'ible 

inflex'ibleness* 

inflex'ibly 

inflict 

inflict'er 

inflic'tion 

inflict'ive 

inflorcs'cence' 

in'flow 

in'fluence <.^ — -r 
INFLUENCE ^-ClP 

I a-an-and 

M man (cp. take a) 

I her — ^ 

II own (see her) 

I hers '^•~£^ — £. '^ 

I herself ---TN _:N 

I his 



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II one (see this) 
>-. ' us 
O' your 
^^- ^-j] II own (see your) 
V/ I yours 

I yourself 
in'fluenced 

INFLUENCED 

in'fluencer 
in'fiuencing 

INFLUENCING 

influent 

influen'tial 

NFLUENTIAL-LY 

influen'tially 

influen'za 
in'flux 
infold' ' 
inform' 

inform'al 

INFORMAL 

informal'ity 

INFORMALITY 

inform'aily 

INFORMALLY 

inform'ant 
informa'tion 

INFORMATION ^J3 

informative . 

infcrm'atory 
inform'er 

XFORMER 

inform'ing 

in'fra L. i_5->^ 
infra-ax'illary 1. 
infrabuc'cal 
infraclavic'ul^ 
infracos'tal 
infract' 
infrac'tion^ 
infract'or 
infra-esophag'eal 
infraglot'tic 
infra'grant 
— infrahu'man I 

infrahy'oid ^^V"V^, 

mfralapsa nan ,;^p^ Y -jf *• 
infralapsa'rianism i.'*^^ , 

INFRALAPSARIANISM 

inframam'mary 

inframar'ginal 

inframax'illary 
inframun'dane 
infranat'ural-^— 

infrangibil'ity 

infran'gible 

infran'gibleness 

4w-r J^-^ ^— r infra-oc'ular x 
—1. ^Cy^ ^inira-or'bital 

infrapatel'lar 

infrapose 

infraposed' 

infrapos'ing 

infraposi'tion 
'•—^ '-—^ infrascap'ular 
, __^- - -TT^-infraspi'nal 
--^ infraspi'nate 

infraspi'nous 

infraster'nal 

I that "«. — ^ ""^ '•--^infratem'poral 

II one (see that) *-ri: infrathorac'ic^^^^^ I ~ / ' 

I the infravag'inal W^/n^ 

II man (cp. take the) infre'quence^ '^^ ' '^^ 
I them ^""^-^ ^^ *W infre'quency 

I this ? V --»-lNFREQUENCY 



j^ -^_4S> infre'quent 
/..inf 



fre'quently 
infringe' 

infringe'ment <___5S. 

infrin'ger y5 

infruc'tuous ^ 

infruc'tuously^ 
infru'gal 
infundib'ula L. 

_• ■^•■— r infundib'utum L 

V^nfu'riate 

infuse' 

infused* <.,^ 
infus'er ^^ 

nfusibil'ity 
infu'sible 
infu'sibleness 
infus'ing 

infu'sion <-~-^ ^ 
infu'sive VD 

Infuso'ria L. 





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m gle 



infuso'rial 
nfuso'rian 
infuso'rium 
in'fusory 
ingather 
"n'gelow 

ingenerabil'ity -i^ 
ingen'erablc ^C.J\. 
ingcn'erate ^ 

ingencra'tion <^ 
ingen'ious ^/p 
ingen'iously • 
ingen'iousncss 
ingeijue' F. 
ingenu'ity 
ingen'uous t_^ 
ingen'uously c^^ 
ingen'uousness ^J 
In'gersoll 

gesl' 
nges'ta L. 

ges'tion 
inges'tive 



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in'gleside 

ng'lis 
inglo'rious 

NGLORIOUS-LY 
inglo'riously 
inglo'riousness 
in'-going 

In'goldsby -i— <+^ 
In'gomar ^\ 

in'got 

ingraft' 3 L 

ingraft'er 3 

ngraft'ment 3 
In'graham 
in'grain 
In'gram 
in'grate ^ 
ingratiate 

ingrat'itude 
ingre'dient 
in'gress 
mgres'sion 
ingres'sive 
in'growing 
ngroove' 3 
growth 
guinal 




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INGULF 



203 



INNOXIOUS 



ingulf 

ingulf'ment 

ingur'gitate 

inhab'it / , 

inhab'itable q 

inhab'itance 
inhab'itancy 

INHABITANCY 

inhab'itant 

inhabitation 

inhab'itative 

ir.hab'itativcness 

inhab'itcdncss' 

inhab'itivcness 

inhalant 

inhala'lion 

inhale' 

inhal'ent 

inhal'er 

inharmon'ic 

inharmon'ical . 

inharmo'nious 

inharmo'niously 

inharmo'niousncss 

inhar'mony 

inhere' --y 

inhered' 

inhcr'cnce 

inher'cncy^ 

INHERENCY ^ 

inhcr'ent 

inherently 

inher'ing 

inherit 

inhcritabil'ity 

inher'itable 

inher'itably 

inheritance 

inheritor 

inheritress 

inheritrix 

inhesion o 

inhibit <,_^ 

inhib'itcr 

inhibi'tion >< 

inhib'itivc t,._^ \^ 
inhibitor 
inhib'itory 
inhoj'piiable 

INHOSPITABLE <> ' 

inho5'pitabIenes5t,_f:^\^^ 

INHOSPITABLBNESS ^"^ 

inhospitably 

INHOSPITABLY-LITY 

inho^pi 
inhu ma 

inhumane 

inhuman'ity 

inhumanly 3 

inhumation 

inhume* 

inhum'ing 

In'igo 

inim ical 

inimical'ity 

inim'ically 

inimitabil'ity^;^ 

inim'itable 

inim'itablcncM 

inimitably 

iniq'uitous 

iniq'uitously 

iniquity 

inirritabirity 







table 
ritative 
ni'tial 
ini'tially 
ini'tiate 
initia'tion 
ini'tiative 
ini'tialor 
ini'tiatory 
ini'tiatrix 
inject' 
injcc'ta L. 




in'Iander 
inlaw' X ^^^ 

inlawed' x ^* 



r'Tl^cs^^ !"!=^y 



injec tion 

injec'lion-cock _ 

^jec'tion-condenscr 

injcc'tion-cngine 

injec'lion-pips ' 

injec'tion-syringe 

injcc'tion-waler ;^_^- ^ ...._. 

ve^y I ^ ^ ^inmate 
in'mosti 



inlay'er 

in'let 

in'look 



inject'or-valv 



Yi Y- 



inju'dicable ^ 

injudi'cial ~~i=_ ' ^^^ 
injudi'cious \ 



y- 



mn I 
Inn 



injudi'ciously 
injudi'ciousness ^'^^ 
injunc'tion ^y^ 

in'jure 

I a-an-and 

I him 

I himself 



^ 



i.^ in'nate 
^ip in'nately 
in'nateness 



^f ^ -^ 



•"^r" I his 
' II own (see his) 



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.italily A ». 
lan 3 ^~'- '—t I 



^n- 



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2 -I I ink in 

N < ink in 



-^j: 




I our 

own (sec 
I ours 

I the 

II next 
I their 
>ii own (sec their) 

theirs 

I us 

I you 
in'jurcr 
inju'ria L. 
inju'rix L. 
inju'rious 
inju'riously 
inju'riousness <--Aa_p 
in'jury /^ 

injus'tice 
ink I 
ink-bag 
ball 
ink'-bcnch 
ink'-block 
ink'-braycr 
ink'-cup 
ink'-cylindcr 

nk'-duct 
ink'er 1 
ink'-fountain 
ink'holdcr 
ink'horn 
ink'incss 
ink'ing-ball 
ink'ing-pad 
g-rollcr 
g-lable 

ink'-knife 
inkling 
knit' I 
inknot' I 
nk'-pad 
ink'-pcncil 



in ner 

INNER 

I form 
I light 
I sense 
in'nermost 

INNERMOST ■■ 

In'nes 

In'ness 

innholder 



(cp. do the) / A,^ A in ning i ^=t 
/ inn'kcepcr /^ 



t_C_P 



^in nocence 

^in'nocency v_a^ 
In'nocent I 



Y^. 



I I 

I II 

I IV 



^-Aj, 



v_JL!>Ta 



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I VII 





I purchaser 
Linnoccntly v_aj\ 
innoc'uous \ 

INNOCUOUS °> 

innoc'uously t^ < 

INNOCUOUSLY 
innoc'uousness 
INNOCUOUSNESS 
innomina'ta L. 

innomina't.x L 
innoin'inate 
mina'tum 




^—X, inno 
\in'nc 




novate 
innovation 
innova'tionist 

in'novative 

in'nova 

innox 



INNOXIOUS 



204 



INSISTENTLY 



INNOXIOUS 

innox'iously 

INNOXIOUSLY 



innox lousness 

INNOXIOUSNBSS 

Inns'bruck 

innucn'do *— ,r-^ 
In'nuit I 

innumerability i 

innumerable 
innu'merableness i 
innu'merably 

innutrition :^_J]- 
INNUTRITION n\j 

innutri'tious 




insep'arable 



<.^ — Tjnquis ilivcly^-tL_p. < ^ n <~- ^ - in 

^j/'^inquis'iliveness' V^ V-—^ ^ inscp'arablenes: 
"nquis'itor / * insep'arably 



linquis'itor-gen'eral 



jnsert 



inquisito'rial ■■'~-<__q'^~'C--a^ ^ "ylnser'tion 
inquisito'riaUy ^ y * in'sel 

inquis'i tress ^ m -^'insev'erab 



% 



% 



^ .nquis itress 
-<S.in'road 



INNUTRITIOUS 

innu'lritive 

INNUTRITIVE 

inobserv'able 

INOBSERVABLE 

inobserv'ance 



:^ 



^. M in: 



/\o />^ /^ 



inrunning " I;, 

in'rush y\ /^ 

insal'ivate i^^y^ 4- 
insalivating 

insaliva'tion 
salu'brtous 
salubrity 
nsal'utary >,^ ^ 
sanabil'ity rt'^lr 
san'able 
insan'ableness 
>— ^\/j insan'ably 
' y ^insane' 
inobserv'ancy-^^^-v v^v_>v % insane'ly 

INOBSERVANCY jT ^' iK Vz> insane'ness 
inobscrv'ant / i^"~''\/ 

inobtru'sive 
inobtru'sively 
inobtru'sivcness 



'■^-iy\ 



i^"~AjVVsinsan itary 




inoccupa tion 

inoculabil'ity^ 

inoc'ulable ' 

inoc'ulate 

inocuia'tion | 

inoc'ulative 

Inoc'ulator 

ino'dorous _ 

ino'doroushess 

inoffen'sive 

inoffen'sively 

inoffen'siveness 

inofR'ciai 

inoffi'cially 

inop'erative 

inopportune 

inopportune'ly< 

inopportune'ness 

inoppress'ive 

inop'ulent t"— ^\p 

inordinancy V. 

inor'dinate 

inor'dinately '^ 

inor'dinateness 

inorgan'ic 

INORGANIC 

inorgan'ical 

INORGANICAL-LY 

inorgan'ically 
inor'ganizable 

INORGANIZABLE 

inorganiza'tion 

INORGANIZATION 

inor'ganizcd 

INORGANIZED 

inox'idizable 
inox'idized 
in'quest 
inqui'ctude 

inquir'able 

inquire' 

inquiren'do L 

inquir'er 

inquir'ingly 

inquir'y 

inquisi'tion 

inquisi'tional 

inquis'itivc 








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x" 

v^ 



<^lj> 



1' 



3 — y a——' a — .('^ I this — p — p . p 

n' \i ' \j II one (see this) } ) Z^ 

il ^ lyour (, ^ r 




insan'ity ^-Ji^ 
insatiabil'ity \ ' 
insa'tiable 

sa'tiableness 
insa'tiably 
insatiate 
insa'tiately 
insa'tiateness 
insati'ety 

inscribe' e — y 
INSCRIBE-D ^ \ 

inscrib'er 
inscrip'tion 

INSCRIPTIO 

inscrip'tiona! 

NSCRIPTIONAL 

inscrip'tive 

INSCRIPTIVE 

inscrutabil'ity 

inscru'table 

inscru'tableness 

inscru'tably 

in'sect 

Insec'ta L. 

insectici'dal 
insec'ticide 
inscc'tiform 
insec'tile _ 

Insectiv'ora L. 
insec'tivore 
insectiv'orous, 
in'sect-powder" 
insecure' 3 
insecure'ly 3^. 
insecure'ness 3 
insecu'rity 

nsen'sate A^_Qii' f^SLJ?^ <^_SUP 
nsen'sately •' T ^^_P 

nsen'satencss 

insensibil'ity 

inscn'sible 

INSENSIBLE-ILITY 

|insen'siblcncss 

INSENSIBLENESS 

insen'sibly 

NSENSIBLY 

insen'sitive 
insen'sitiveness 
insen'suous <_Q^ 
insen'tient c/r 

ins'^parabii'ity 



nsev'erable 
inshore 

in'side 

I a-an-and --—P -.^ 

I and out L L. 

I his I 

ti own (see his) 

I of 

II a 
nail 
II an 
It his 
n it 
II its 
Ml own (see its| 

II our 

III own (see our] 
II ours 

II that ^^_p 

iti one (see that) ^ 

II them *■ 

III that (see them) 

II this 

III one (see this) 
II us 
II which 
I the 



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11 own (see your) — p 
insid'er J 

insid'ious C 

insid'iously '^—^^ 
insid'iousness f. 
in'sight I 

insig'nia i_9: — ^^. 

insignificance 

INSIGNIFICANCE 

insignificancy 

INSIGNIFICANCY 

significant 
INSIGNIFICANT-ty 
insignificantly 
insignificative 

INSIGNIFICATIVE 
insincere' v^— => 
insincere'Iy 



insincer ity 
insin'uate 






insin'uating 

insin'uatingly^:, 

insinua'tion 

insin'uative 

irtsin'uator 

insin" 

insip'id 

insipid'ity 



insipid ity <w^ 
insip'idly \ 
insip'idness I 
insist' ' t 

I upon 

II a (see upon) 



sist ence 
insisfent 

t'ently 




INSNARE 



205 



INSURE OURS 




insnare 
insnar'er 
tnsnar ingly 

insobriety 
in'solate i 
insola'tion 
in'-sole x v^- 
in'solencei * 
in'solenl I 
in'solently I 
insolubil'ily 
insol'ubie t 
insorubleness I 
insoK''abIc r^ 
insolvency "ft ^^^^-r^ 

INSOLVENCY^ 

insol'vcnt 4 v» 
insom'nia 



-x 



^/\ 



-/^ 



III own (sec its) 

II that 

III one (see that) 

II them 

III thai (see them) ^-f 
II themselves I j 

II this ^ I ^ \ 

III one (see this) J I ^ 
II us 

in'step 
in'stigate 
in'stigatingly 
instiga'tion^i^- 

in'stigator I I> 

instil' 

instilla'tion ^—P;^^ ^--f 3^ *^>-^ 
instill'atory K* K r A 

tnstiU'er 



-in 

i 






1 



in 



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msom nious 
insom'nolence 3—-..^^) 
insomuch' ^ 

insouciance' F, 
insouciant* F- 
inspect' 
insoect'ingly 
inspec'tion 
inspcc'tional 
inspcc'tion-car 
inspect'ive 
inspector 

inspccl'orate 

inspect'or-gcn'cral 

inspecto'rial 

inspcct'orship 

inspect'rcss' 

inspir'able 

inspira'tion 

inspira'lional 

inspira'tionist 

in'spirator^J^ J\<-Sly /i/ 
inspiratory V^ I X/.k^"*- 
inspire' 

tnspir'cr 
inspir'ingly 
inspir'it 

inspis'sate *— ^ 
inspissa'tion ^p 
inntabil'ily 'I 

install' i—P:?- 

installa'lion V 

install'ing 

install'ment <.-_P^-^ 

in'stancc r 

instant 

i- "'y 



■3— ---^ v^--v instill'ing ■t p- i—Py-^ '^-P' 

V U~y instill'ment J r L^ 

7 instinct' (!• ] 



INSTINCT-IVE-LY- 

instinc'tive 
instinc'tivcly 
in'stitute !^^- 

INSTITUTE-D I** 

in'stituted 



nstitu tion 
institu'tional , 

institu'tionalism ur* 



•^IXrL- 



-f 










^„ . 1^^ 

^N^i.,^/ in'stitutor <^. i^r- o (]•. 

p in'stitutress It ll>^ l-^—- 

-i-<^^r, in'streaming ^ i 



instilu'tionaryt_j?. 
in'stitutive ^^ 

in'stitutivcly Cr 



^t 




nstruct 01 

INSTRUCT-ED L. 
I a-an-and 

I him 
msclf 
his 






"i. 



H 



\ 



<^-^ I himself 1 — 
^ihi 
c4 II own (see his)aj 

I our \i_^ 

II own (sec our) 

I the ru 

II jury (cp. do the) L 

I their 

II own (see their) 

I them 

II that (see them) 
I themselves 

I this 

II one (see th 

i us a 



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Sf 



S y 
his)(0 



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nstrunien'lal 

NSTRUMENTAL 

nstrumen'talist 

NSTRUMENTALISTcy ^ CV 
nstrumental'ity l~/ L-rji 

NSTRUMENTALITY 

nstrumen'taily L_^ L-/^ <!/ 
NSTRU MENTALLY 

nstrumen'talness 

NSTRU MENTALNESS 

nstrumenta'tion 

n'slrumentist 

nsubjec'tion 

NSUBJECTION 

nsubmer'gible 
uisubmis'sion 
nsubor'dinate 

NSUBORDINATE 

nsubordina'tion 

NSUBORDINATION 

nsubstan'tial 

NSUBSTANTIAL-ITY 

nsubstantial'ity 

nsubstan'tiated ■ ■ . 

nsue' 3 i^^ t^ -^ V" 

n'suetude A ^^"CVx 

nsuf'ferable aI A^ \» 

nsuf'ferably*^ V^^M^' A^ 
nsuffi'ciency /V/ \ /V^ q.) 
nsufft'cient 

NSUFFICIENT-LY-CY 

nsuffi'ciently >— P \ 
nsufflate ^-^ 

nsufRa'tion 
n'sufflator 
n'sular 

n'sularism ^ — ^ 
nsular'ity -i *)r^ 
n'sularly 

n'sulate 1 
nsula'tion 
n'sulator 



insianta'ncousncBS 



usly I J I your 

II own (see your) 



inalan'ter L. "--P „ „ "— f <— f < yours 

^SfV- ^^ r^ I yourself 



*-^ ^-4. 



instantly 
instate' 
insiatc'ment 
instead' 

I of 

II a^an 

II anothc 

III one (sec another) 

II being v_P 

III a (see being) I 



.,1 



; o instt 

I insli 
I INSI 



instruct er 
ruc'tion 
rRUCTION 

instruc'tional 

INSTRUCTIONA 

instruct'ivc 



INSTRUCTIVE-LV 

_p o instruci'ivcly 

nitruct'ivcncss 



II having 

III a (sec having) 
II his U li ll 
Ml own (tec his) ^ ' 



m^ 



7 

\ 



I 
L 





r 



r^ 



^ 



^ 



n'sult (n.) 
nsulf (v.) 
nsult'able 



nsult'er 

nsult'ingly 

nsu'perablc 

nsu'pcrablcncss 
nsu'pcrably 
nsupporfable 
nsupport'ablcness 
nsupport'ably ^ 
nsuppos'able 
nsuppressibic 3 is^ 
nsupprcss'ibly 3 ' 
nsur'able 

nsur'ance 
I company 



V. 



■—f p — p INS! 



STRUCTIVENESS 
nslruct'or 
INSTRUCTOR 
instruct'rcss 
INSTRUCTRESS 
rumcnt 



II man (cp. take a) 

I against 

II a (see against) 
I an-and 
I him 

& n» I himself .^ * 

Mp \ ' his 

^..^nii own (sec hir.) 

' " \ -- :? 

I its ^ / 

II own (sec ilr,) | 







r 



I our ^ 

II own (sec our) -^ 
I ours > 



— ^ 



--9 



INSURE OURSELVES 



206 



INTERCOLUMNIATION 



^ ^~0 



yn INTELLECTUALLY 

<s^ intellec'tualness 



I ourselves 

I some ^ 

II one (see some)^ intel'ligence 

I somebody eJ~, ,s»</^^^<_^INTELLIGENCE y 

II else (see somebody) intelligent c/ 

I something INTELLIQENT-LY 

II else (see something) intel'ligently y. 
I the ^— ^ — •~-{) intelligibirity J 

X^in---'--"-'- "-^ 






II next (cp. do the) ^'^r^' "^ 



I their 
li own 
I theirs 
I us 
I you 
insur'er 



y 

^ 



'::^ 
■^ 






telligible /^ 

INTELLIGIBLE 
intel'Iigiblcness 
INTELLIGIBLENESS 
intelligibly <^ 

INTELLIGIBLY / 
intem'perance ^ 



msur gence .^ y > j intern perate ^ UO' 

iniur'gency <^_P^ ;_J>^ ^_S>^ INTEMPERATE-LY-CE.^ 
INSURGENCY / intemperately 



insur'gent ^^_p^ 

insurmountabil'ity *^^ 
insurmount'able ^^ 

insi;rmountable- 

-ILITY 
insurmount'ableness 

INSURMOUNTABLE, c 

insurmount'ably[NESS 

INSURMOUNTABLY 

insurrec'tion 

insurrec'tiona 

insurrec'tionary 

insurrec'tionist ; 

insusceptibility 

insuscep'tible 

insuscep'libly . 

inswathe' 

inswath'ing 

intact' <_^ 
intact'ness L 
intaglio It. 
in'take 
in'taker 
intangibil'ity 

intan'gible '^•—i- 
intan'giblcnffss 1/ 
intan'gibly \ 

in'teger < .. 

integrabil'ity U 
in'tegrable / 
in'tegral 
in'tegrally ^ 
in'tegrant 
in'tegrate 
integra'tion ^^ 
in'tegrative 
integ'rity jjr"-,. 
integ'ument ' 1 
integumen'tal 

INTEGUMENTAL^ 
integumen'tary 
INTEGUMENTARY 
integumenta'tion ._ ■ _ >i 
in'ttllect ^- 

INTELLECT 
intellec'tion <^ 
intellec'tive i 
intellec'tively 
inteliec'tual 
INTELLECTUAL 
intellec'tualism , 
intellectual'ity y 
intellectualiza'tionL-l 
intellec'tualize 
intellec'tualized y 
intellec'tualizing 'U. 
intellec'tually „// 



K 



intem'perateness 
ntend' 
j^a-an-and 

I another 

II one (see another) 

I his 

II own (see his) 
I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 
I none 
I nothing 

I that 

II one (see that) 
ilhe 

I them 

II that (see them) 
I this 




^ ^^ 



.ArV^'^ 






inter 
iiteract 

NTERACT 

interac'tion 

INTERACTION ^ 

interac'tive 

INTERACTIVE 

interal'veolar^-^ 
interartic'ular 
interatom'ic ^--i— 

NTERATOMIC 

nterauric'ular 

NTERAURICULAR 

>.interblenci' 
interbreed' 
INTERBREED v_5\ 

nter'calar 

inter'ca'ary 

inter'calate •^_ri ^^^ /i >j 

intercala'tion "t — ^ I — r^ 




inter'calative 
'v.^ntercarol'id v_ 

INTERCAROTID 

intercar'pal 

INTERCARPAL^- 

intercartilag'inous 

NTERCARTILAGI- 

intercede- C^"""^ 



-4_y^ 




1 






inten'sify <—^ 
inten'sifying ^i 
' inten'sioti 

inten'sitive <-^^. 

ntcn'sity ^\ 

ntcn'sivc 
inten'sively 
intcn'siveness 
intent' 



< — u) < — ■-? 



intention 
inten'tional 
intentional'ity 
Inten'tionally /^ 

intent'ly < 3 

intent'ness 
inter alia 
I nos 
ise 




T- 




interces'sory 

INTERCESSORY 
interchange' 
INTERCHANGE-D 
interchangeabil'ity ^ 
INTERCHANGEABIL- // 
interchange'able [ITY>/ y/ 

INTERCHANGEABLE 

interchange'ableness 
INTERCHANGEABLE 

[NESS '^ 
interchange'ably 
INTERCHANGEABLY 
interchang'er '^ w 

INTERCHANGERO^ / 
interclavic'ular / ' 

INTERCLAVICULAR 
intercoccyg'eal 
INTERCOCCYGEAL 
intercoUe'giate '^Y=—^ 

INTERCOLLEGIATE /" 

intercolo'nial I 

INTERCOLONIAL-LY 
, intercolo'nially 
intercolum'nar 







INTERCOLUMNAR 
intercolumnia'tion 
INTERCOLUMNIATION 




INTERCOM.MUNE 



207 



INTERMARRIED 



intcrcommune' v^ ^_^ 
intercommunicabil'ity ^.-^ 
intercom mu'nicable 
intercommu'nicatev^ 
intercom munica'tion 
inlercommun'ing 

intercommun'ion 
intcrcommu'nity 
intercompar'ison 
intercomplex'ity 
intercon'dylar ^-' 
intercon'dyloid 
interconnect' ^ 
interconnec'tion x 

inlercontinen'tal 

INTERCONTINENTAL 
intercontradic'tory 
interconver'sion 
interconvert'ible ^ 
intercoracoid ^"^ 
INTERCORACOID N. 
intercos'mic ^-^7 
INTERCOSMIC 
intercos'mical 

INTERCOSMICAL 
intercos'tal ^-^ 
INTERCOSTAL 
in'tcrcourse 

INTERCOURSE -'=+"^ ^ 
intercross' 

INTERCROSS v,S — " 

intercrossed' ^_^ 

INTERCROSSED I 

intercross'ing'^'f"'^--' 

INTERCROSSING 

intercurrent 

INTERCURRENT 

interdental 

INTERDENTAL 

interdependence w 

INTERDEPENDENCE 

inlerdepend'ency 

INTERDEPENDENCY 
interdepend'cnt 
INTERDEPENDENT 
interdict' >_^|. 

INTERDICT L 

interdiction 







I one 

I one's ^j 

II own (see one's) 
1 oneself _. ~j> 
I our J_j) 
It own (see our) 

I some vj> ^ »-p 

II one (see some) 3 — ~ J— ^ 3"^ 

I somebody 

II else (see somebody) 

I the vj> .^-^ ^ 

II next (cp. do the) i~~J L- U_^ 

I their vJ> 

II own (see their) \ 
I theirs / 

I them 

II that (see them) 
I themselves 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I us 



I you 

I your 

II own (see' your) 



in'tergrowth --^yj ,,5— r 
INTERGROWTH '^ V 

interhemicer'ebral 



INTERHEMICERE- 
in'terim (ERAL 

inte'rior 



-^^^- 






1 
1 ~l I 



t 



i yours -P 

^r-&i_g^.'y°""eif J 

' K in terested Q 



INTERESTED 

in'terestedly ^ 

INTERESTEDLY 

in'tercstedncss 






in terestedness < -^p <^^p. 

INTERESTEDNESS l/Sr"^^ C_^ 
in'terestingly ^^ 




I I t^ interfere' 
<^ <_* i.:^ INTERFERE 



INTESESTINGLY 
in'terestingness 
INTERESTINGNESS" 
interfa'cial ^^i _« 

INTERFACIAL \_y \_j/ 
interfem'oral 



INTERFEMORAL 



l>ti^ 









X 



intcrfcr'cncc 
INTERFERENCE 
_^ intcrfer'er 

I' INTERFERER 

I ,interfer'ingly 

"'INTERFERINGLY 
interRbril'lar 



INTERDICTION 

intcrdict'ive 

INTERDICTIVE "^ \^ V^ interfi'brillary 

interdict'ory _^ ^^^ ^ ^..sx'INTERFIBRILLARY 

INTERDICTORY l_/ V-^ L'£/'.interfibrous 

interdiHerentia'tion 

INTERDIFFERBNTIA. 

interdig ital (HON 

INTERUICITAi. ^ -^ 

interdig'itate 

INTERDIOITATE 

interdlgiia'tion 

INTERDIOITATION 

in'tcrdomc 

INTtRDOME 

interequinoc'lial 

INTER F.QUINDCTIAL, 

interest 



7 
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L L INTERFIBRILLAR' 
V^ V. inter 



INTERFIBROUS 
interflow' s^n 
intcrflow'ing ^ 
'^y ~1 inter'flucnt 
f^ Y-"!- interfold' ^^. 
} ). INTERFOLD S. 



^f 



INTEREST 

I a-an-and 
I him 

I himself ^ 

I hi« L— J, 

II own (tee hli) 

I it 
Ills 

II own (tee 




INTERFOLD 
interfron'tal 

INTERFRONTAL 
interfuse' ^^ 




'^ 



--^- 



TvJ> -.p INTEK 

I inlergi 

b Ij^lNTES 



NTERFUSE 

interfu'sion --'i - --- 

NTERFUSION Vy.^:\J^. 
interganglion'ic 

■-f INTERGANGLIONIC 

L — - iriterKlan'dular '^ '*-'* — ^'TC^ 
INTtROLANUULAR ^cj(^ 

^ interglob'ular^ 

\_^ INTERGLOBULAR 
intcrgradn'tion 

INTEKGRADATION 
rade' ~-^ I 




nterior'ity^ 

nte'riorly 

nterja'cence 

NTERJACENCE -y 

nterja'cency ^_p 

NTERJACENCY 

nterja'cent ^_y 

NTERJACENT ^ 

nterjac'ulate 

NTERJACULATE 
nterject' 
NTERJECT 
nterjec'tion -—* 

NTERJECTION /=_, 

nterjec'tional 






Zv- ^ 




RGRAOE 



4 ^ 

NTERJECTIONAL.LYy /" .^/^ 
ntcrjec'tionally /-—> Zo ,^^ 

nterknit' 

NTERKNIT 

nterlace' 

nterlaced' 

nterlace'ment 

nterlaid' 

!n'terlakcn 

nterlam'ellar 

nterlam'inar^ 

nterlam'inated 

^1 ^ interlamina'tion 
Ve-=V interlard' ^ 

NTERLARD 
ntcrlard'mcnt 
NTERLARDMENT ^ 
nterlay' "^ 

n'terlcaf I ^^ 

nterleague' i ^. ^ ^ 
nterleagued' i 

nterleavc' I ^ /^^ 

ntcrl eaves' i ^^/T ^^'C V£i 
nterlcaving i ^ 

"terline' i ^r> W^ ^--a. 

nterlin'eal ^f •^ ^C ^(. J\- 
nterlin'ear 

nterlin'early ^t^ ^ /"V*^ /T' 
nterlin'eary ^,1. Jvf^_i' ^'ty 

nicno Daic /^\t^ >--% ^""N ^__ 

nterlob'ular^/S \^'( V Y 
nlerlock' i I ^ "" 

ked' I ,^'~n ^ 5 

u'lion^-- ^A ^ 1 

'ulor ^\ "' 

nterloc'utory f^ 
nterloc'ulress""" ^ 
nterloc'utrice 

nterloc'utrix , ' 

interlope' ^\ ' 
in'terloper v 

\ in'terlude \ 

INTERLUDE ^X" 
; interlu'dial 

INTERLUDIAL 
■ intcrmar'riagc 3 -^ 
intermarried 3 1 



nterlinea'tion 

nterlink' 

NTERLINK 

nterlo'bar 

nterlo'bate 



nterlock 

nterloc 

nterloc 






INTERMARRY 



208 



INTERSPACING 



intermar'ry 3 
intermar'rying 3 
intcrmax'illary 

intermeddle ^ 
intermed'dler 
intermed'dlesome 
intermed'dlesomeness i 
intcrme'dia i -f^ ^*^ 
intcrme'diacy ^^ "^ ^-"S ^ 




interme'dial ^ 

interme'diary 

intcrme'diate 

interme'diately-^^^ 

intermedia'tion 

interme'diator 

interme'dium ^-^T^ 

intermem'bral 

intermem'branous 

intermen'strual 

inter'ment 

intermesenter'ic 

intermetacar'pa! 

intermetstar'£.al 

intcrmez'zo It. 

intermigra'tion 

inter'minable ^ 

inter'minabieness' 

inter'minabiy; 
inter'niinale 
intermin'gle 
intermis'sion \ 
intermis'sive ^ 
intermit' i 
intermit'tenccv 
intermit'tency 

INTERMITTENCY 

intermit'tent ^^^ 
intermit'tently 
intermit'tingly i 

intermix' ,.j— ^ 

intermixed' 

intermix'edly 

imtermix'ing^^,^— 

intermix'ture 

intermobil'ity 

intermolec'ular^ 

intermon'tane 

intermun'dane 

intermu'ral 
intermus'cular 
intermuta'tion 
intern' 
inter'nal -^ — (_ 

INTERNAL 

! friction 



^-s— N in 

^^ '^•' in 




iiUerna'tionally — , 

INTERNATIONALLY. 

interne-cine 

INTERNECINE 

interno'dal ^^^_2. 

INTERNODAL 

in'ternode 

INTERNODE „^^ 

inlernu'cJear 

NTERNUCLEAR 

ternun'cio 

INTERNUNCIO 

interocean'ic 

INTEROCEANIC 

interoc'ular 

INTEROCULAR 

interor'bita!^ 

interos'seal 

-terosseal"")^ ^_^ 
interos'seus _ -'" 

INTEROSSEUS 



T 







NTERPRETER 
nterprovin'cial 
INTERPROVINCIAL 

— Y interpu'bic 

/ INTERPUBIC 

interpunc'tion 

INTERPUNCTION 
u>inlerpunctua'tion 
INTERPUNCTUATION 
interre'gal 
ir.terre'gent "• 
interregnum 

interrelate' ^ - y. 

NTERRELATE"^?!/' ' X/ I 

interrela'tidn 

INTERRELATION >^ 

interrela'tionship '~C/ 

INTERRELATIONSHIP 




-^^. 



^•c^ 






interre'nal y^-r" y\ ^ 

— interrepel'lent -^■i J ^< \(^ 
inter'rer 



'''^'-'^~^ interpari'etal — -\ -.^ 

f^ I INTERPARIETALV^r 

j^ /~ interpedun'cuiar ^\y\^ 




^•■ 



'^; 



r 



INTERPEDUNCULAR 

interpel'Iatc 

INTERPELLATE 

interpella'tion ^^, y^ 

INTERPELLATION V ^^ — , 

interpen'etrate V v_- 

INTERPENETRATE 
^_^.j_^interpenetra'tion 

INTERPENETRATION 
- — >. interpen'etrative 

J INTERPENETRATIVE 

interphalan'geal 

interpilas'ter 
•rg-INTERPILASTER 



inter'rogate -^ 

INTERROGATE 

l^nterrogatee' 

INTERROGATEE 
\^ — y interroga'tion 

^ INTERROGATION 







mterroga'tion-pomt 

INTERROGATION-"- 

\ interrog'ative [POINT 

'' INTERROGATIVE-LY 

interrog'atively — — I 



I 



'~l 



inter'rogator " ■'V- 

aINTERROGATOR_ 1~^! 1 x 

interrog'alory 1 -t?^^ 

INTERROGATORY 



^-^ 



" — i 






-vs 



<. /^^^",0"^'; interrupt' 
,\f-^ V-^ .\- INTERRUPT 
interplan'etary fc/interrupfedly 

in'terplay ^— ^ -^ 
interplead' \ 
interplead'er 

interp!eu'ral<^<\ .^^_^x/^-^ 
interpo'Iar \ / V ^ 
INTERPOLAR 
interpolate 
INTERPOLATE 
_^^. interpola'tion 

^^-Tj'lNTERPOLATION 
^jTinter'polator 

INTERPOLATOR 



'X^ ^^v~ 



INTERRUPTEDLY 
interrupt'er 
INTERRUPTER 
^^'"^interrup'tion ^\ 

INTERRUPTION AV^ 
interrupt'ive 

\, WNTERRUPTIVE 
v" interrupt'ively 

INTERRUPTIVELY 
\^/^ ^interscap'ular'"' 
^"\f INTERSCAPULAR 



"'V 



^ 



1 



interport'al 

. INTERPORTAL 

interposal 

1/1 T INTERPOSAL 

I revenue — T^\ .J>r^...J.Jnterpose' 

I trade ^3 I INTERPOSE 

I trouble \ T / !j\ interposed' 

I war --\ i^. J" INTERPOSED 

internal'ity N^ -^ interpos'er 

infer'nally ^_n 1 --><=' INTERPOSER 

INTERNALLY A , I interpos'ing 

interna'sal -^ INTERPOSING 

INTERNASAL —-^ /" interposi'tion w 

international / 5 ^INTERPOSITION 

INTERNATIONAL /" ^ inter'pret 

llaw -C^-" /'J"^ ^-.r-lNTERPRET 

intcrna'tionalism -^O :J3r"' '"'^'''P'^^'^'''^ ^ 
INTERNATIONALISM J, INTERPRETABLE 

interna'tionalist ^^^ /j^interpreta'tion 

'^ iRPRETATION ~-- 

■'pretativc 

INTERNATIONALIZE /^ |^.. /iaHTERPRETATIVE-LY 
interna'tionalizcd JO ^-^ .J^ intcr'pretatively 
INTERNATIONALIZED inter'preter 




interscap'ulary 

INTERSCAPULARY 
>o interse'cant 
•/ INTERSECANT 

v^ intersect' 

NjINTERSECT „ <i^ 
intcrsec'tion 

INTERSECTION 

intersec'tional ^ . 

INTERSECTIONAL 
interseg'mental 

INTERSEGMENTAL 

intersep'tal 







INTERSEPTAL 

^interside'real 



■\ A 



interna iionaiist v^v^j3 /y^""crpi 

INTERNATIONALIST <^-^0 J'^'^^" 

internationalize ^-'O inter'p 



INTERSIDEREAL 

interso'cial 

INTERSOCIAL 

in'terspace (n.) 
interspace' (v.) ■ 



'"N^ --^ ^"X. INTERSPACE 

cy cV 'Ij interspaced' 



^~^\ 



INTERSPACED o? 

intcrspac'ing ^ 

sINTERSPACINO 




r 



INTEKSPEECH 



209 



INTRANSMISSIBLE 



in'terspeech 

INTERSPEECH 

intersperse' 

INTERSPERSE 
interspersed' 

INTERSPERSED 

intersper'sion 

INTERSPERSION 

intcrspi'nal 

INTERSPINAL 

interspi'nous 

INTERSPINOUS 

interstape'dial 
interstate 
INTERSTATE 
I commerce 
inlerslel'lar 
interstel'lary 

interster'nal 

interstice 

INTERSTICE 

in'tersticed 

INTERSTICED 

intersti'tial 

INTERSTITIAL 
I tissue 
intcrsti'tially 
INTERSTITIALLY^ 
interstratifica'tion ,Jy' 
interstrat'ified 
intcrslral'ify ^ 
interstrat'ifying 
intertan'gle 

INTERTANGLE 

intcrtar'sal 

INTERTARSAL 

interthorac'ic >. 

INTERTHORACIC 

intertid'al 

INTERTIDAL 
in'tertic 
INTERTIE 
in'tcrticd 

INTERTIE 
in'tcrtraffic 

intcrtraf'fic (v.) ^^ 

intcrtrib'al 

intcrtrochanter'ic 

intcrtrop'ical . 

intcrtu'buiar 

INTERTUBULAR 

intertwine' 

INTbkTWlNE 

inlcrtwin'ingly 

INTERTWININOLY 
intertwist' 
INTERTWIST 
intertwi&t'ingty « 

INTKRT'.VISTINOLY 

iiiU ri.ri'j i'..r 

IHTbRUNOULAR 

inlcrun'gulalc 

INTtkUNGULATE 

in'tcrval ^^q ^^i. ^"^ 

intervene' 

INTERVENE 

intcrvcn'cr 

INTERVENER 

intcrvcn'lion 

INTPRVfNT!'>N 



5RVERTEBRAL-LY 
erver'tebrally ■ 
in'terview 



^V^_^i their 
'^'W J- II own (see theii 




"1 1 1 

7 ? 7 




INTIMIDATE-D-TION 
'[ ^ intimida'tion 

'-'-v^ '-~^^ intim'idatory 

- wiin'to c^ . — A 

A I a-an l_ L 

vl I i 



n 



^, "1 ^<i this 

D .....^ — II own (: 

c(n.) vl ' 'it 

1 



I another 

II one (see another) 
I consideration^ 
I harmony 



see his 



n ^-u 



^-^ 




^-% 




Vj,. . ..^TA . V,,nii else (nee tomelhinc) J^ -^j!7"*^' 




i^its 

II own (see its). 

I many 

II a (sec many) 
I most 

I much 

II more (sec much) 

"/^'ii more (see one) ''~j> <i_^ il_f — 
^ 1 one's — , — . — A 1 

". 11 own (see one's) j^ •L^S.^'Lj" 

''"neself 

I our V, 

II own (see our) 
1 place 

I several 

II other (see severa 
I some 

iionc(bcesome),_^ ..^ — - ^o 

I somebody ^—^ J~> i-J 

II else (see somebody) 






I >omclhing 






\ 



~-l 



I such 

II a (tee such). 
I temptation L 

I the Z 

II next (cp. at lhc)._^ 

II other i'v-^"-*! %»^ 

III one (ice the other) ) J 



theirs 

I them 

II that (see them) 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I us 

I \vhich 

II a (see which) ^^ 
I you ! 

I your Z 

II own (see your) 
I yours 
I yourself 

ntolerabil'ity x^ ^^ /^ 
ntol'erable >t ^\^VJi 
ntol'erableiiess 

ntol'erably 
ntol'erance 
ntol'erancy 

NTOLERANCY -^ 

ntol'erant X 

ntol'erantly 
ntolera'tion ^-j 
ntomb' 3 ^ 
ntomb'ing 3 
n'tonate 
ntona'tion 



€\ iT- -r) 




catedness 
ntoxica'tion 
ntra-abdom'inal 
ntra-artc'rial 
ntracar'diac 
ntracartilag'inous 
ntracct'tular 
ntracel'lulaEly 
nlracepharic 
ntracer'ebral 
ntracol'ic 
nlracontincn'lal 

ntracra'nial 

ntractabil'ily 

ntrac'lablc 

ntrac'tablcness 

ntrac'tably 

ntrahcpat'ic 

ntralaryn'gcal 

ntralob'ular 

ntramar'ginal 

ntramcdul'lary 

ntramcm'branous 

ntramenin'gca) 

ntramcrcu'rial 

ntfamolcc'ular 

ntraniun'danc 

niramu'ral 

ntramus'cular 

ntrana'sal 

ntranquiriily,_ 

ntransca'lcncy 

nlransca'lunt 

ntransform'abic 
ntranagrcss'rbic 
ntran'sicnt \ 
ntfans'igcnt ;^^ 
nlrannigcnlism L 
niran :>it;ciitist *^ 

nlran'sitivc ;, 
ntran'sitivcly 
ntranamiiMblc 




INTRANSMISSIBLE 



2IO 



INVETERATENESS 



INTRANSMISSIBLE 

intransmulabil'ity 

intransmut'able 

in'trant 
intranu'clear' 

intra-oc'ular ; ^ 

intra-or'bital 
intra-os'seus 
intra-ova'rian 



H^^ 




intrapari'etal 
intrapel'vic 

intraperitone'a! 

intraplan'tar '„^_^^_a<^j] / ' 

intraprotoplas'micJ h/ I vO^' 

intrapul'monary ^^ /V-^<1 ' 

intraret'inal * ' 

intraspi'nal 

intratar'sal 

intraterrito'rial 

INTRATERRITORIAL 

intrathorac'ic 

intratrop'ical^^ 

intra-ur'ban 

intra-u'terine 

intravalv'uiar 

intravas'cular 

intrave'nous 

intravenlric'ular 

inlraves'ical 

intrench' 

intrench'ment 

intrep'id 
intrepid'ity 

intrep'idly 

in'tricacy 

in'lricate 




ntroflec'tionv. 

ntroflexcd' 

nirogres'sion 

NTROGRESSION 

ntro'it 
ntromis'sion 

ntromit' 
ntrospect 

?JNTROSPECT 

ntrospec'tion •^. 

NTROSPECTION 

Irospcc'tive 

NTROSPECTIVE 

ntrovfir'sion 

NTROVERSION 

ntrovert' 

NTROVERT ^^'^ 

nirude' 
ntrud'cr 
ntrud'ingly 
ntru'sion 

ntru'sional ;_ 

ntru'sive 

ntru'sivcly 

ntru'siveness , 

ntrust' 

ntuba'tion 

ntui'tion 

ntui'tional 

ntui'tionalism 

ntui'tionalist 

ntui'tionism 

nlui'lionist 



•-% 



h 




in'tricately ^ n. ^- 

in'lricatenes^ L/ 
in'trigam 
intrigant' F n» 

in'triganle si . 

intrigante' F. ^ 
intrigue' ;_n. 
intrigu'er L_ 

intrigu'ery 

intrigu'ingly; n. ,__n- ^ n- 

intrin'sic L_^ '^ S' '^ 

intrin'sical ^"'^ 

intrinsical'ity; 

intrin'sically 

intrin'sicalness 

introconver'sion 

introco 

introduce' 



INTRODUCE ^ 

introduced' [> 

INTRODUCED 

introdu'cer 

INTRODUCER 

introdu'cing 

INTRODUCING _, ^| ^ 

introduction (j_^ I ' L— ^ 

INTRODUCTION 

introduc'tive ^ 

INTRODUCTIVE 

introduc'tively 

INTRODUCTIVELY 
introduc'tor ^ 
INTRODUCTOR '"T 
introduc'torily ^^. ^ ^^| ^^ 
INTRODUCTORILY L,\/L /LLT 
introduc'tory '-^ '^ 

INTRODUCTORY^ ^-—iP 
introductress l^ LiX^H/' 
INTRODUCTRESS 



river sion^^^e^^^, ---I 

nvertibility I. Q N\ bn 

ire' ^ 



^ V 







ntu'itive 

ntu'itively 

ntu'itivism 

ntu'itivist 

ntumesce' 

ntumesced 

ntumes'cence'^ 

nlUmes'cency 

ntumes'cent 



1 



^^ 



n'turn ^\yp 

n'turned 1/ 

ntussuscep'ted 
nlussuscep'tion 
ntussuscep'tive 
ntwine' i 

ntwist' I <^_,.c 
nunc'tion D 
nun'date 

nunda'tion *— -^-H 
nunderstand'ing |^c; 
nurbane' 

nurbane'ly 

nurbane'ness 

nurban'ity 

nure' 3 

nurc'ment 3 

nutil'ity 

nu'tilizcd 

nut'terable 

nvade' 

nvad'er 

nvad'ing 

nvag'inate 

nval'id fa.) 

n'valid (n. and a. 

nval'idate 

nvalida'tion ^^_^ ^ 

nvalidc' F. KJ: [j 

n'validhood 

n'validism 

nval 

nval 



inval'orous 
.^._-D inval'uable 

INVALUABLE 

^__n inval'uablencss 

l^ INVALUABLENESS' 

inval'uably 

INVALUABLY 

invariabil'ity. 
inva'riable 

inva'riableness 

inva'riably 

jnva'riance 

^^^-s^ inva'riant 
O inva'sion 
iava'sive 
invec'tive 
nvec'tively 
nvec'iivist 
inveigh' 
■inveigh'er 
inveigh'ing 
i_^ invei'gle 
./[)-invei'gIement 
V_invei'gler 

invendibil'ity 
invend'ible '^"-"^^ 

INVENDIBLE 

invent' 
invent'ible 

INVENTIBLE 

<_^ > ^ invent'ibleness 

U JnlNVENTIBLENESS' 

jV^„^ ,-;^nven'tion 

<^^ c . inven'tional 

invent'ive 
Jj^ r,L invent'ively 

<^ ' < ^ •^'^invent'iveness 

, L-r^ Lt^'^ invent'or 

invento'rial 

invento'rially 

in'ventoried<. 

in'ventory 

in'ventorying 

invent'ress 

inverac'ity 

inverisimil'itude 

Inverness' 
inverse' 



"-VV-:. 




n- 







i^-^T" ^^ ^-^ 




^^^ 






^ 



inverse'Iy ^ 

inver'sion 

inver'sive 

invert' (v.) 

in'vert (n.) ^^-^ 

inver'tebral ^ 

Invertebra'ta L. t^ 

inver'tebrate *— >% j^ '^— ^"'Sn* ^— ^K 

invert'edly 

invert'ible . _..,^ ^ 

invert'or ^"-^ ^^\ ^"V:* 

invest' 

invest'ed 
inves' 

inves'tigate 
investiga'tion-:. 



ted <_y. c — ^ < — 1 

,'tigable VJ3 ^^s^ S;^ 
'tigate '■ >■ I 

investiga'tion-^ , — j is^„i^<_^ 

inves'tigative 'fe'"^ tsi' Vs^ 
inves'ligator ' 

t_-. i_^ i_^ ^ invest'itive : — , <^^ i^_^ 

■^ v^in^nnr 7 ^^ T 

>, I ; < J, invest'mentc . ^ « , «_^ 

lidism: . ^:: , ^. J . inveterate s . 

idity ^^- i — • ^^ . V invet'erately Vfl, 
'idness 1 <_P invet'erateness 




INVIDIOUS 



211 



IRRADIANT 



invid'ious -^^ ^ ^;_^- 

invid'iously v. v^, 
invid'iouscess b I. 

invig'oratc s 
invigora'tion 
invincibil'ity 
invin'cible 

INVINCIBLE 

invin'cibleness 

INVINCIBLENESS . 

invin'cibly ^— i "^ 

INVINCIBLY ^^\) 

inviolabil'ity 

invi'olable 

invi'olablcness 

invi-olably^^ ^_^^. 

invi olacy V/ \ vj J 

invi'olate 

invi'olately 

invi'olateness 

invisibility 

invis'iblc ^^ 

invisibleness 

invis'ibly 

invlla'tion 

invi tatory 

invite' 

invit'cr 

invit'ingly 

invit'ingncss 

in vit 'finable -i^ -. 

in'vocale Vjv 

invoca'tion I 

vocaloryi -• 

voice V 

voice-book 



voiced 
in'voifing 
invoke' 





IODOFORM 
i'odous 
lODOUS 
lolchus 

v?^Iona 
lo'nia 
lo'nian 
Ionic 1 
lon'icize 
lon'icized 
lonicizing 
I'onism 
I'onist 
I'onize 

I'onized 

I'onizing 

I'os 



W 



I ris 
IRIS 
I'rish 

I'rish-Amer'ican 
I'rishism 
I'rishman 
I'rishmen 
RISHMEN 
Trishry 
rHshwoman 
I'rishwomen 

RISHWOMEN 

iritis L 
^irk 

irk'some 

irk'somely 
, irk'someness 

Irkutsk 



■v^ 



L3 



v.<^ 



Lp. 




^ 



V-I 






"^ 



^^. '~^. V 



invoked' i« 

invok'cr 

invol'atile 

involunlarily ■ 

involuntarincss 

invol untary 

in'voluTc 

involu'tion 

involve' 

INVOLVE-D ^ 

involvement 

involv'ing 

invulncrabil'ity 

invulnerable 

invulnerablcness 

invul'nerablyA. 

in'ward 

in'wardly 

in'wardnesSs^ 
in'wards 
inweave' i 
inwcav'ing i 
inwove' 
inwork' 
inwrap' 3 
inwrap'ment 3<. 
inwrcathc'l 
inwrcath'ing 1 

I'D 

i'o Gf. 

i'odal vi^ 
lODAL r 
i'odate 

lODATE i 
iodic ...I . 
IODIC 



'V 




lo ta 

io'tacisnn 
Jio'tacist 

I'owa 
-I'owan 

ip'ccac 

ipecacuan'ha.^ 

Iphigeni'a 

Iphigcnic' 

ipse dixit L. \ \ \ 
ipsissima verba L/^ ^^^cOo 

' ipso facto L. ' ~ ^ ' 

I jure L. 

Ips'wich 

Ira 

Irak' 



Iran 
Ira'nian 

Iran'ic 

irascibirity'^- 

iras'ciblc 



■-f 



> > 



IRASCIBLE-ILITY 

iras'ciblcness 

IRASCIBLENESS 

iraj'cibly 

IRASCIBLY 

irate' 



-^cv^ 



_^^X Irawod'y ^ 
ire '^\ 

IRE 

\ .Ire'dell 
(^^^ircful 



i 



V 1 ron 

!,_S^ IRON 

i'ronbound 

IRONEOUND ^ ^T-N^ 

v__p i'ron-cascd .'i-.. O*^ 

^' ironclad 
v\ i'roner 
J IRONER 
iron-fisted 

y . IRON-FISTED 
"rt- i'ron-founder 
'" IRON-FOUNDER 
i'ron-furnace 
IRON. FURNACE' 
iron-gray 
i'ron-handed 
RON-HANDED 
ron-heartcd 
iron'ical 
IRONICAL-LY 
iron'ically 

-.^ ■ iron'icalncss 
\. IRONICALNESS 
ironing-board 

i'roning-cTolh \^^ 

i'roning-machine "^^^^^^^ 
i'ron-mastcr v~-n f— 7 V t-^ 

ironmonger—. • v^ iJ^ 

ronmongery US'— ^,,i^* 
ron-rust 
ironside -.0 ^ p 
I ronstdcs 0^ • 'i* b 

'ronsmilh 

i'ron-stain -^.^^ p 
i'ronstonc O^J' 
I'ronton 



■^,;:ii 







I ronwarc ^-^ ^ 
i'ronwccd o**^ 
i'ronwood 



^ 'i 



n_ 



IREFUL-LY 
ire'fully 
ire'fulncss 
IKEFULNESS 
Ireland v-. 
Ircnx'us V^ 
Irene 
iridec'lomy 
. iridcs'ccncc 
iridescent 



^.,. 



~n 



IRONWOOD 
i'ronwork '~~\J^* '^ 
i'ron-v/orkcrj* 

i'ron-works — A 
i'rony (a.) 0' 
i'rony (n.) 

/>. IRONY ^ 
Iroquoi'an..-. 
Iroquoi!*' 
. yi y\ irra'diancy 

■■r\^t^-<\j, x'^li^IRRADIANCY 
irra'diant I 







IRRADIATE 



IS CONSIDERABLE-Y 






irremc'disblencss X 
irrcmc'diabiy x ■"" 
irremis'sible 



;^. 



irra'Jiale 

irradia'tio 

irra'diative 

irra'tional 7^ 

irralional'ity/^. 

irra'tionally-f 

irra'tionalness-ij. ^^/-xv ^^-^V>sjrremis'sive ? 

irre'alizabIe'C_p Yv >/ irremissive 

IRREALIZABLE 

irrebut'tablc^~^ 
irreccp'tive V <>. 
irrecip'rocal -\ . il ^ 
irreclaim'able \,- ^ 

irreclaim'ableness 
irreclaim'ably 

irrecogni'tior. — s,^^v_D -v-02 I>^-\^irrep' arable 
irrecogniz'able A ^^ >/ irrep'arableness 

IRRECOGNIZAELE v"^^^ irrcp'arably 

irreconcilabil'ity x^o\ ^•^irrepealabil'ity 
irrec'oncilable^^^'^N 
irrec'oncilableness . 

irrec'oncilably — v v^-''^ 

irrec'oncilement ib 

irrecov'erable "^^^"^ 




IRREMISSIBLE 

irremis'sion 

IRREMISSION 



irremit'table 

IRREMITTABLE, 

irrcmovabil'ity i 
irremov'able I 
irremov'ableness 1 
irrcmov'ably i 
irreparabil'ity 




irreten tive i y\. 
irrctracc'able ■< \_ 

irrctricvabil'ity 
irretriev'able [-ILIT.Y 

IRRETRIEVABLE 

irretriev ableness 

IRRETRIEVABLENESS 

irretriev'ably 

IRRETRIEVABLY 

irreturn'able 'S/\/ 

IRRETURNABLE ' 

irreveal'able 

..IRREVEALABLE-Y 
X irrevearably./\^ 
, - irrev'erence j 
9 > irrev'erend :-S» 
irrev'erent nj 

irreveren'tial 

IRREVERENTIAL 




rrcpeal'able " \. n,\. ^. irreverently -x \ W ' 

irrepealableness W V \\^ XJSfeversibil ity 0. f • ° \ 




IRRECOVERABLE 

irrecov'erableness 
irrecov'erably 

IRRECOVERABLY 

irrecu'perable 
irrecu'perably 

irredeemabil'ity, 
irredeem'able ^^ 
irredeem'ableness 

irredeem'ably 
Irrcden'tist 
irreducibil'ity i 

irredu'cible x 
irredu'ciblenes 
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irrcgular'ity 

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irrcl'atively 

irrcl'evance 

irrel'evancy 

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II therefore. 

II want ° ^ 

III a (see want) 

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i'tacist 0"^ 
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Italian 
Ital'ianism 
Italianiza'tion 

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Italic 

Ital'icism 

italiciza'tion 

ital'icize 

Italy 

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itch'less I 
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il'erativ; 

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itin'cracy 

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itin'erancy 

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itin'erant 

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itin'eranlly 
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its 
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I some 

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I someoody 



keep'eress ,_^ . __j\^ __i\ 

kecp'erless x> V \y 

kcep'ership 

kecp'sake 

keg 

Kcight'ley 

Keith 7—7 

Keller V 

Kel'lermann 

Kcl'ley 

Kellogg 

Kelly 

kelp 

kcl'pie 

Kelso 

Kem'ble 

Kem'per 

Kem'pis 

ken 

kcn'dal 

Kendall 
Ken'elm — 
Kencsaw' 
Ken'ilworth 
Ken'nan 
Kcn'ncbcck . 
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ken'ncl 
kcn'neling , 
Ken'neth 
Ken'ney 
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223 



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224 



KISTNEK 



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Kcn'sington 
Kent 
Kent'ish 
Kentuck'ian 
Kentuck'y 
Ken'wigs 
Ken'yon 
Ke'okuk 
kep'i 
Kep'lcr 
Kep'pel 
kept 
I away (cp. keep^ 
ker'chief 
ker'mes 
Kcr'mess 
kern 
Kern 
ker'nel v 
ker'oscne 
Keroualle 
Kerr 



Ker'ry 
ker'sey 

Kes'sler 
kes'trel 

ke'top.e 

keton'ic 

kettle 

ket'tledrum' 

ket'tledrummer 

Ketu'rah 

Kew 

Key 

key I — 

key'-action i 

key'-bed 1 

key'board x 

key'-bugle 

keyed 5- 

Keyes 

key'-head 

key'holc 

kcy'note 1 _. 

key'-ring 

Keys 

key'-seat _ 
key'stone 
key'-trumpet - 
Key West 
key'-word 

Kczj'ah 

khan 3 

Kharkoff' 

Khartum' 

khediv'a! 

khedive' 

Kherson' 

Khi'v 

Khorasan' 

Khyber 

kibe I 

kick I 

Kickapoo' 

kicked 

kick'cr i 



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kid'ncy-shaped r 

Kiefer 

Kiefr 

Kiel 

Kilaue'a 

Kildare' 

Kilken'ny 

kill I 

Killar'ney 

killdee /H' 

killer I =—' '. 

Killiecran'kic 

Kil'ligrew ^^^^^ 

,kiiring I - — f. 

kill'ingly i 

killjoy _/7'' 

Kilmar'nock 
kiln 1 

kiln'-dry i ^-1, 





kilo I 

kirogram 

kirogrammeter^ 

kil'oliter 

kil'ometer" 

kil'ostere 

kilt 

kirter 

Kim'berley 

kin I 

kind I 

kind'cr "y^ ? \ ? 1 KINGSHIP ^_^ 

kin'dergarten O I— y^ ^^^ <^^^ings'ley -^ 



king'bolt 
king'craft I 
king'dom 

KINGDOM - 

I of Christ . 

II glory 
II God 
II Greece . 
II heaven 
II Prussia 
II righteousness 

king'fish 

ng'fisher; — 
kia^'hood 
ki ng -killer 
King'lakei — • 
kingless i 

kinglet 
king'lier i '■ — c; 
kingliest i 
king lihood 

king'liness I 
■ ingling __, 
king'ly i 

king'maker i 
king'-pin- 
king'-post 
Kings 

King's Bench; 
king'ship 



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Kings't on 
kink 1 '' ""T' 
kink'y x " 

kin'iess , 

Kin'ney ■: — * 
kinnikinic' 
Kinross' 
Kin'sey 



kins'folk 
kin'ship 

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„ kins'manship 

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kins'men 




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kick'shaw -: 

kid I 

Kidd 

Kid'dcrminster 

kid'nap 

kid'naper 

kid'ncy 

kidney-bean 

kid'ncy-form 




kin'dcrgartner 
kind'est i 
kind'-hearted i ^ 
kind'-heartedness i 

kin'dle 

kin'dled 

icin'dler 

kind'Her 

kind'iiest 

kind'Iiness' 

kind'ling 

kind'ling-coal — 

kind'iing-wood 

kind'Iy , 

kind'ness z -yV; 

kin'dred 

kind'-spoken 

kind'-tempered 

kine i 

kinemat'ic ' — = 

kinemat'ical 

kinemal'ics 

kine'pox 

kinet'ic ~ 

kinet'ical 

kinet'ics 
kjne'toscope 
King 
king I 

I James , 

II Bible ' 
»of — ^ 

-H England !l kirk 'yard 

II glory 

I II Greec£ 

I II Israel ^•*-^'^< ^^.^ y 
II Italy ^I'- 
ll kings 
II Prussia 
II Spain _ 

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king'-at-arms' 
king'bird I 



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kins' woman 
ns'women 

KINSWOMEN - 

kiosk' 

Kio'to 

kip I -. — y 
Kip'ling ^ 

kip'per 

kip'skin i - — s 

Kirby 

Kirch'ner 



^Kirkcud'bright 



kirsch'wasser G. 
kir'tle ^- 

kir'tled ^f 




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225 



KNOW THERE 




kit I 

kit'cat ■:— 

kitch'en 

kitch'ener -. — 7 

kitch'cn-fare 5/^ 

kitcb'en-gardcn 

kitch'en-rcaid 

kitch'cn-midden y , — ^ 

kitchen-stuff^ V* ' J 

kite I '^^ 

kite'-flying 

kit-fox " 

kith I 
Kittatin'ny 
kit'tcn I 

kit'tenhood yi ^~^^-i 
kittenish __^^/_l -y 

kit'tiwake 



Unife'-grindcr i 
knife'-hancle i 
knife'-shsrpener i 
knife'-tray i 
knifing x 
Knight 



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knav'ishly ^-— -i- , 
knav'ishness v.,^ 
knead i 

knead'able 

kneader i 

knead ing i 

knead'ingly 

knead'ing-machine 

kneading-trough 

Knecht 

knee i ^^ 

knee'-bone 

knee'-breeches -_JS. 
knee'cap ' \ 

kneed / 

knee'-deep , <• 

knee'-high |^ 
knee'joint I \ 
kneel i i~-^ 

kneel'er i / 
kneeling i 
kneel'ingly i i-y'. 
knee'pan f/ 
knee'-tribule ^^ 

knee'-wor»hip 

knell 
Knellcr 

Kncller G 
kncll'ing 
knelt 
knew 



Knick'erbocker 
knick'knack 
knife I 

knife'-bar i 
kr.ile'-baskct I " 
knife'-blade I 
knifc'-box I 
knife'-edgc i 
knife'-edged I 




^~V Uiit: 



night'age 
knight'-er'rant i 
knight'-er'rantry 
knight'hood 
knight'ing i 
knight'Iincss ^^ 
knighl'ly C^_p 
knit I 

knit'table s-^ 
knit'ter^i > 
krit'ting x 
knit'ting-machine 
knit'ting-ncedle 
knit'ting-work 

knives i ■^— ^ 
knob I ^ V^ 
knob'biness i 
kncb'by i j — --< 
knock I \ 

I a 

II man (cp. take a) 
I an-and 

I down 

II the (sec dov/n) 

I her 

II own (see her) 
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M own (see his) 

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II a (see into) 




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knot'ting I 
knot'ty I 
knout 3 
knout'ing 3 
know 
KNOW 



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II as (see about)., 
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I yourself *. — ^^ 
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knock'er i 

knock-knee 

knock'-kneed 

knock-out ' 
knoll "Y^ 

knoll'ing / 
knol'ly 

Knollys -^^ 
knot I '6 

knot'grass t 
knol'Icsi ^ 
knottier I 5 
knol'lieil I 




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whose 



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III be (see can) 

II have N 

III been (see have) 

II has 

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II were 

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I therefore 

I they 

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nil a (see not) 

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I we 

II are 

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II do (see we) 

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I why __^^^;^-^- 

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I ycu 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 
1 yourself. ^:^-^ — 

know'able ^' 

know'ableness 

know'-all 

know'er 

know'ing 

know'ingly 

know'ingness 

knowl'edge lC_j< 
KNOWLEDGE / 

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II a-an ' — -f 

II another 4 

III one (see another) 







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"^ KnoxVille 

knub 
.^^^^.. knuc'kle 
y"^ Y knuc'klc-guard 
knuc'kle-joinl 

knuri ' 

knurl'ier 



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knurl'iest 
knurl'ing 
knurl'y 

ko'bold G. 

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Koch'ler 
Koe'nig 
Koh'-i-nur. 
kohl 



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Kon'go 

Ko'nig 

Ko'nigsberg 

ko'peck 

Kcpp 

Ko'rah 

Ko'ran 

Koran'ic 

Kordofan 

Kore'a 

KSr'ner 

Kor'te 

Kosciusz'ko 

ko'sher Heb 

Kossuth 

Kot'zebue 

Kov'no 

kraal D. 

kra'ken 

Kramer 

Krapot'kin 

Kraus 

Krau'se ^ 

Krebs 

Krem'lin 

kreuz'er G. 

Krie'ger 

Kriem'hild 

Krishna 

Kron'os 

Kron'stadt 

Kru'ger 

Krupp 

Kru'se 

Kub'lai 

Kuhl'mann 

Kuhn 

Ku'klux — 

ku'miss 

kUm'mei G 

Kuntz 

kup'fernick'el G 

Kurd 

Kurd'ish 7^ 

Kurdistan' 

ky'Ioe I 

Kyr'ie 

I eleison Gr, ^ 




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L 



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La'ban 

a'bcler / \ I 

a'beling-machine 

abel-machine 

a'bia L. 

a'bial 

a'bialism 

abiatiza'tion 

a bializc '" ^ /^'N/v^ lack'brain 3 

abialized ^-v ^ x-v /f^ /-^ lacked 3 

a'bializing r >Ar ' ^ ' . vf lack er 3 



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Lachaise' ( 10^- 

lach'es 



r, 




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Lach'ner 
la'cing 

r Vr V lackadai'sical 

lackadai'sically 
lack'aday 
•-^ x^ ^^ Lacka\).'an'na 



,n '^. '^^ 



a'bially 
a'biatc 
a'biated 
abiodcn 

abiona'sal 

a'bium L. 

a'bor 

I party ^-X 

ab'oratory' ^' 

a'borcdly 

a'borcr 

a'boring 

I class 

a'boringly^i\ ^X/v 
abo nous f Q\ ( 

abo'riously 

abo'riousncss /"^^^L-^ 
a'borlcss ' ^^>^ 

abor-markct 

a'bor-pains 

a'bor-savingi 

a'borsome 





^-J^y<D ^ lacrosse' 

/* ^^r'V ^_^^/Tac'rymal 

^ /T^ ' lac'rymary 
'' V^ lacryma'tion 
lac'rymatory 
,j-^ lac'rymiform^ 
^^ lacrymona'sal 
" lacrymo'sa L 
lac'rymosc 
lac'rymoscly 
tac'tatr 
lacta'tion 
lac'lcal I 
lac'tcally 




n 



n 



f: 



lackey 3 

lack'cyed 3 ^. j 

lack'Icster 3/ I 

Laco'nia 



Laco'nian >^ 

lacon'ic / 

lacon'ical 

lacon'ically 

lacon'icism 

lac'onism 



ni^ -n 



lac'onize ^-j — i 
Lacordairc ' ^) 
ac'qucr 

lac'quer-ware 
lacrimo'so It. 
Lacroix' 
La Crosse 



lacu'nal 

lacu'nar/ 

lacu'nose 

lacus'tral^ 

lacus'trine 

lac'work 3 

lacy 

I^acy 

lad 3 

lad'der 3 
lade / 

LADE 

lad'en ^^ 

ladies and gentlemen (' J* 
Lad'islaus 
la'dle 
Ma'dleful 
la'dling , 

'Lado'ga 

la'dy 

la'dybird 

la'dybug 
^ la'dyhood' 
JLja'dy-killer 

la'dy-killing ^1- 
la'dylike '' L, 
la'dylikencss C 

la'dy-love /^/^ 
la'dy's-finger' V -V. 
la'dyship 

la'dy's-slipper 
Laer'tes 
Lafayette' 
Laffitte' 
La Fontaine 
La Force 

lag 3 

la'ger-bccr 
laggard 3 
.lagged 3 
lag'gingly 3 
lagoon' 



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^b yrinlh • ly ^lactcall 

.rin'ihal --SV f^C^ — i lac'tcan ^ 1 

lb) Tinihinn' ^- / ^ I, « lactcin ' U' 



abyrin'thjne 

ace ' / ' 

acc'-bool 

^rl.-c'mon r I 'L — a ' I 
:'-da-mo'nion 
acc'-mcndcr 
Bce'-paper '' 
ac'crable 3 



lac'lcous 
lac'ieously 
laclcs'cencc 
lactc3*ccnl 



Latin 
Lahore' 
la'ic 

la'ical ^ 
laical'ity ' 
la'ically 

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la'icized 



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ac'erating 3 ' / 
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lac'loscope 

lac'tose ^ 1_ 

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lair 
laird 

laird'ship 
Lais 
laissez-faire' F 

lake r 1 

lake'-dweller 

lake'-dwelling 

lake'Iet 

lake'-trout 

Laksh'mi 

lak'y 

lalla'tion 

L'Alle'gro 

la'ma 

lama'ic 

La'maism 

La'maist 

lamais'tic 

la'maite 

Lamar' 

Lamarck' 

Lamarck'ian 

Lamarck'ism 

Lamartine' 

Lamb >.-^'~" 

lamb 3 ' 

Lamballe' 

lambaste' ^ 

lambast'ed 1 

lamb'da L. 



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amb'dacism 

amb'doid 

am'bency 

LAMBENCY^.-^^ 

am'bent / 
Lam'bert 

Lam'beth /""""^ 
amb'kin 3 / \ 
amb'Hke 3 
amb'ling 3 
am'brequin 
amb'skin 3 

amb's'-wool 
ame 

La'mech 
amel'la L. 
amel'lae L 
l^m'ellar 
am'ellarly 
am'ellaryi 
am'ellate 
am'ellated 
amellif'erous 
amel'liform 

am'ellose .--^'''"^ 
ame'Iy ( 
ame'ness 

ament' ^^-^ 
am'entable' 

LAMENTABLE 

am'entableness 

LAMENTABLENESS 

am'entably 

LAMENTABLY, 

amenta'tion 
Lamcnta'tions 
ament'er 
anient'ingly 
am'er 

am'est 
La'mia 

a'mia 

am'ina L. 

aminabil'ity 

am'inable 

am'inae L 

am'ina! 

am'inar 

am'inary 

am'inater 
am'ing 

am'ish /C^'^~^ 
Lam'mas/' _^ 
Lam'mas-day 

Lam'mas-tide 

lam'ergeier 

Lammermoor' 

Lam'mle 

Lamont' 

Lamotte' 

lamp 3 

lamp'black 3 

lamp'-burner 

lamp'-chimney 3 

lamp'-globe 3 

lamp'-holder 3 

lamp'light 3 

lamp'Iighler 3 

lampoon' 

lampoon'er 

lampoon'ry, 

lamp'-post 

lam'prey 

lamp'-shade 

lamp'-stand 3 



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lamp'-stove 

lamp'-wick/ 
Lan'ark 

Lan'cashire 

Lan'caster , 

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Lancas'trian 

lanced 3 f 'J^ 

lance'-head^^ ^ >.--v.._^n. /-^^y^ 



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lan'ceolar 

■lan'ceolate 

lan'ceolated 

lanceola'tion 

lan'cer y^^ y"^ ) ^""-^ 

lance'-shaped/^ '''^ / ^^* ( ^ 
lancet ^ 

lance'wood 
lan'ciform 
lan'cinate 
lan'cinating 
lancina'tion 
land 3 
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( ey landaulet' 
land'-bank 

LAND-BANK 

land'-breeze 
land'-crab 
Land'eck C--^ 
land'er 3 

land'fall 

land'-grabber/^^ 
land'-grabbing 
land'grave 
landgra'viate 
land'gravinc 
iand'holder 3 
land'ing-net 3 
land'ing-place 3 

land'lady 3 -/^ 

land'-leaguer 3^ 
land'less 3 
land'lock 3 
^land'locked 3 
land'loper 3 
land'Ioping 3 
land'lord 3 
land'iordism 

LANDLORDISM 
and'lubber 3 _. ... . 
land'iubberly 3 ' ^^^ 
land'man 3 
land'mark 3 f^ ^ , 
land'-measurc 3 
land'men 

LANDMEN ^^^"^^ 

land'-office 
Lan'dor 

land'owner '^^^^ 
land'ownership ' 

LANDOV/NESoHIP 

land'owning.j^ 

land'-poor 3 ' *^ 



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Lap'ithae 
lap'-joint 3 



land'-rent 3 
land'-roll 3 (^ 
land'scape 3 

land'scapist 3 

Land'seer /^■^^"V ''^ 

land'slide ^ » 

land'slip ^""v 

lands'man 3 /^^b. ^ 
lands'men 

LANDSMEN 

Lands'thing Dan.**^"^"^^ 
Land'tag G. 
land'-lax 3 
land'-tortoise 3 
land'-turtle 
land'ward 3 

land'wards 3 /^ /^ 

land'-warrant 3 

land'wchr G. 

Iand'*wind z''^*^ y' /^^. 

lane ^^ 

Lane 

La n franc 

Lang 

Lange y^"^^ 
Lang'ham' 
Lang'horne 
Lang'land -— s.^ 
langsync' / '^• 
Lang'ton 

Lang'try z"'-^-^'^' 
lan'guage ' 

LANGUAGE 

lan'guageless 
Lan'gucdoc 
Languedoc' ^(^ ^t, 
Languedo'cian ' 

langucs'cent 
languid /""*— XL— '' 

languidly I* . r -<. up -» 

lan'gutdness x^ /^"^"""^^J? _ylap'slrcak 3 

languish /""^"K—i. lap'sus L. 

LANGUISH /•'^ /^"^__o /^^^ ' *'"£"^ ^v 

lan'gutsher ( — ^ ( ' J ( — ^ Lapu'ta 
LANGUISHER "'^ Lapu'tan 

lan'guishingly ^ ^ ^-^< lap' 

LANGUISHINGLY . f Z/ ^ / ^^^ 

C^. <- •<< La' 

LANGUISHMENT '^ 

lan'guor 




lap3-^\ 
laparocolot'omy 
laparo-cnterot'omy j. 
laparohysterec'tomyr jv > -^y 
r'-^ f^ laparcncphrec'tomy 
laparonephrot'omy 
laparotom'ic 
/'^''^"^ laparot'omist 
laparot'omize 
>.-v_ip- ^ !aparot'omizc(i 
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^"lap'board 3 

flap'dog 3 
lapel' 
lap'ful 

LAPFUL /^ /-v 




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large'-heartedness/^' ■] 

LARGE-HEARTED-' ^-r?V 

largely [NESS ■^i 

LARGELY 1 

large'-minded __,/^_ ^^^^ 
LARGE-MINDED > z' 'f 
large'ness ^--^C_9 

LARGENESS/ ' _-^ 

larg'er v_P 

LARGER 

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II he 

III is (see he) 



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lap'-jointed 3/^ V ( \| ( \o' ii her .../—. 

Laplace' '' '' ' 111 own (see her) s 

Lapla'cian^^ /^ •^ _ ii hers 



Lap'land 



II that 






>■> til 




Lap'landcr 
- Lap'Iandish 
La Plata 
Lapp 3 

lap'per 3 ^^ 
lap'pct I ^ 
Lap'pic 3 

Lap-pish 3 ^-; ^-y 
Lappo'niani \ ( \^_^ 
laps'able _J ■" 

lapse ^-\ 
lapsed I \5 
laps'ing 



y^^ III one (see that) 
f \ II the 



:2 



lan'guorous » ^ 

Lanier' /ri^ 

lank / ^ 

lank'er 

lank'eal 

lank'iness 

lankly 

lank'nest 

lank'y 

Lannca 

lan'olin 

Lans'down 

Lann'downe 

Landing 

Lan'singburg 

lans'qucnct 

lantern 

lantern-Jawed '''''^v. 

lan'tern-jnwi ^0 

lan'tcrn-light 
lan'yard ^^^ ^/^ 
Laoc'ottn ''O 

Laodlce'a ^-1 ^|. 
Laodicc'ani (^ ' l>« 




aooice a ^-1 
aodicc'ani Le 
aum'cdon JT 




lap'wing 
L. 

La'ra 

Lar'amie 
-. lar'board 
V lar'cencr 

lar'ccnist 
lar'ccnous 
lar'ccnously ^ 
lar'ceny 
larch 
larch'en 
larch'-trec 
Lar'com 
lard 
iard'er 
lard'crer 
lard'ing-nccdlc 
^lard'ing-pin^ ^ 
Lard'ncr ^ * ii 
lard-oil *. 

Iard'-prei3 

lard'-rcndercr 

lardy 

Larc'do ^-^'1" 

la'rcR L. 

argc 
LARGE 

I amount .y 

I a> ' 




11 they ,f^ 

II this 

III one (sec this) y 

II your r 

III own (see your) 
II yours 

lar'gess 
larg'est 
LARGEST 
larghet'to It. 

lar'go It. ^- 



lar'iat 

Laris'sa 

lark 

Lar'kin 

larkspur 

La Rochefoucauld 

La Rochejaquelein' 

La Rochelle 

ar'rup 

ar'va 

ar'vse 

ar'val 

ar'viform 

arvip'arous 

arviv'arous, 

arynge'al 

aryngectom'ic 

aryngec'tomy 

aryngis'mal^ ' 

aryngis'mus'L 

aryngit'ic 

aryngi'tis C 

aryngolog'ical 

aryngol'ogist 

aryngol'ogy 

aryngoph'ony 

aryngophthy' 

aryn'goscope 

aryngoscop'ic 

aryngoscop'Icnl 

aryngoscop'ically, 

aryngos'copist 




aryngos copy 
aryn golom- 
iaryngotom 




LARYNGOTOMY 



230 



LAW-STATIONER 



o 



n 



laryngot'omy, 

laryngotra'cheal 

laryngotrachcotjbmy 

lar'ynx 

La Salle; 

las'car 

lasciv'ious ^ 

lasciv'iously k 

lasciv'iousnessV^^ 

lash 3 
lashed 3 
lasher 3 
Las'ker ^-er^ 
lass 3 f 
Las'sen 

las'sie 3 ^-^• 
las'situde / ■/ 
las'so 3 

las'soed 
last 3 
I account 

I day 

II of the monthj^ 

I man 

II in the world 
I moment . 
I month 
I part - 
I past ..yT. 

I person^ 

II in the world 
I session 
I spring 
I summer 
I time ./fir-. 
I trial ' 
I ^Areek 

I will and testament 
I winter . ^.^~. 

last'er 3 ^. 
last'ingly t^ 
last'ingness 
last'ly 
LASTLY 
lataki'a 
latch 3 ^-7 
latch'et 3 / ./ 
latch'-key 3 
latch'-string 3^^ 
late /•</ 
lateen' \ 

lately ^ 

la'tency (• 
LATENCY 
late'ness „ 

latent (^^-^^ 
la'tently ^ 

lat'er /• 

I than / I 

II a-an 
II his 
11 it 
II the 

lat'eral 

lateral'ity 
lat'erally 

Lat'eran 
lath 3 
La'tham 

lathe ^ 

lathe'-chuck /' C. 
lathe'-head 
lath'er 3 
lathe'-tool 
lath'ing 3 




lath'-mill 3 
lath'-nail 3 
La'throp 

iath'-shaped 3/^ (kj^ (k^ 
lath'work 3 



laundry-maid 
laun'dryman C^ 
laun'drymen ^^ 



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lath'y 3 ^• 
La'tian / .\ 
Lat'imer 

Lat'iner / .J 

Lat'iniform 

Lat'inism ^-i- ^- 

Lat'inist ( -J / A 

Latinis'tic p—^ ^ 

Latin'ity 

Latiniza'tion 

Lat'inize 

lat'ish 

latis'simus L. 

lat'itude 

latitu'dinal ^ 

atitudina'rian Q'*\^^i^J^u 
atitudina'rianisni"''''^ 

latitu'dinous 

La'tium ^'\_P 

■La to' n a ' 

Latour' d'Auvergne' 

La Trappe' 

lat'ten 

lat'ter 3 

I part 

II of it 

III the month 
lat'ter- day 

I saints 
at'terly 3 
at'tice 
at'ticed 

at'tice-window, 
at'ticework 
at'ticing 
Laud 

aud I r^^ 

audabil'ity x 
aud'able i 
aud'ableness 
aud'ably i 
au'danum 
auda'tion 
aud'ative 
auda'tor i 
aud'atory i 
Lauderdale' 
Laud'ian ^^ 
augh 3 /C J' 
augh'able 3 

augh'ablencss 3 
augh'ably 3 
augh'cr 3 
augh'ing 3 
augh'ing-gas 3 
augh'ing-hye'na 3 
augh'ing-jackass 3 
augh'ingly 3 
au^h'ing-stock 3 

Laugh'lin /-'hi-^ 
augh'ter 3 (^ 
augh'tcrless 3 

Laun'ceIot>-s^N z""^— / 
aunch (^ k ' 

aun'der 
aun'derer 
aun'dress 
aun'dry 



ryme: 
LAUNDRYMEN 

laun'dry-stove 
Laun'fal 
lau'ra i 
Lau'ra 
lau'reate 
lau'realeship 
laurea'tion > 
lau'rel 

lau'reled /"%/ 

Lau'rence X 

Lauren'tian 

Lauren'tum 

Laurin'da 

Lausanne' 

la'va 3 ^ 

Lava'ter / v^ 

lava'tion 

Jav'atory 

lave 

lav'ende 
^ lav'ender-oil^ 
{ .t^_^ lav'ender-wa'ter 
* lav'er 

la'verock 

Lavigerie' 

Lavin'ia 

lav'ing 

lav'ish 

lav'isher 





lav'ishment/^^^S^.'V,^ /^V_y^ 
lav'ishness ' ^ 

Lavoisier'/n >.'— 

Law ' N^ K 

law I 



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i library 

I of evidence 

II nations 

law'-abiding i y^si 
law'-binding i/^ ' 
law'-blank i 
law'-book I 
law'breaker i 
law'breaking I 
law'-calf y^ 
law'-court I \ <- — : 
law'ful I 

law'fully I ^^ 
law'fulness ^(■^ V_ 
lav/'giver 




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J^~^ law'giving ^ 
I ^ lawk I (^ ■'- 



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lawk X 
lawk'-a-day i 

lawks I 
law'less I 
law'lessly i 
law'lessness i , 
_aw'-list I 
law'makcr z 
lawn I 

lawn'-mower i / 
lawn'-sprinkler 

lawn'-ten'nis^ i 
lawn'y i /^^ l,^^ ^ 
law'-officer i 
Law'rence ^ ^-^ 

Law'son iQ ^i , 

law'-stationcr i 



LAW-SUIT 



231 



LEAVE HERS 



law'suit I ^--q ^-^^ ' ^—^ I his (T <: T lean'ness i ^-?o ^^ 

law'-writer I <^ J (^ C "A ri own (see his) . ? .'?r^^— S^<rieant t. ■ r (. -. 

law'yer i 1 in lean-to 

law'yerlike I/- — s^^- . 1 into r C ,f lean'-witted ^o ^-v 

law'yerly I (^ "Vv f^~>/^/' ^ " a (see into)->rd.-.-Vr^--.>^-- leap i I. ^\ C \ 

lax ■» '• ' s^one ' '- leap'er i 

lax'ative ^ ^ — ^ / O n another (see one) ^ leap'frog i 

lax'ativeness ' \j f .\j-2j> 1 one's <C^.-v__^'i— ^^~— ^2 — ^leap'inglyi 

lax'er ' ^ 11 own (see one's) leap'-year i 

lax'est ^ ^ iP ^ * I their f^ IC f^ Lear ^ — ^ y^ ^-3. 

lax'ity ' I \ I II own (see their) . -U 'l A learn '• ^ (j (j 

lax'ly I theirs / . " " \ a-an-and 

lax'ness ^ :ft_P ^- ^ — .,1 us r- c f * l^'S y-^ ,^-p ^? 

lay / r -^^^lyou S :... .../rl.iit 6 61 6t 

I claim 1 your 1 its 

I corporation's^ 'X ^^ — . n own (see your) y j^ \^-ii own (see its) ^-^ ^^s^ ^^r>^^.^ 

I down f ^ ' 1] I A I yours .--^.-^- ^^ — L 1 the 61^6 6 

II the (see down) lead'-color 6 h next (cp. do the) ^—^ 

I his T> /'TS "■ /-iS * lead'-colored ,^ learn'able -yC^ ^ /^ 

I some III lead'en f^ JL (^^^ (2 learnable (_} \/ (3 \ if 

II one (see some) ^— »_/^ lead'er I ^ learned (p.) 

I somebody (^ /""^ (^"^ lead'ership i y learn'ed (a.) ^^ ■ — ' ^ 

II else (see somebody) lead'er-writer i ^ (^ yi"'^ 1 counsel (j'\(j 1 ( 

I something leading question ^^\/ A/vl 11 for the defendant 
iielse(seesomething)'tf~^— yw''^ lead'ingly I q- ^iiii defense (see ^^o ^ [r-^^ 

I iheir ( "fe/ / leading-strings ^Z'* .^'*^ l,_p ^^^-Y 1 friend [counsel)^/ c>. /7 

II own ^.^ lead-mule I >— ^ 1 gentleman /'^ 

I theirs /^ ^^ ^y lead'-paral'ysis \ 1 judge ^^ ^-^ — ^ /''^N. 

I them / / (. /^ VD lead'-pencil 'x -^ '^^ N,;,!- <£" 1 man (y C/ 

I themselves lead'-plaster ^/ ^ \^- 1 member / 

II liable ^r /^ -^ lead'-poisoning v* _. learn'edly y^,^— xT X"^^ 

I there //VD / /^ Qj lead'-pot ^*\jL^.v_^ ^\ rf'learn'edness () jf G'lp O A 

I this SC Lead'ville V.learn'er 

II one (see this) -^ ^c ^-^ lead'-works ^-i- ^-i learnt tv ^^ /\ 

lus ^^ /^ /^ lead'y ^ I ] /C v.- leas'able -ff /C >/ ... 

I you leaf i LEASABLE v^ 

La'yamon ^-j-f ^ ,<~>i / — \ '"^af age ' ^ ^^ /^ lease i ^-tj ^i? yo > 

Lay'ard 1 i' 1" \ leaf-bearing i /. ^y u ^~^^i- ^.leased! U IT I, 

layer leaf-blade i / \_^ ^ leasehold i V"^ n,^ 

layette' F. ^-y -^- ^->«_^ leaf -blight I^ ^ /'^ ! lease'holder i A, A> I /f'x 

lay-figure ( H 1 ^vi^^»( Ja leaf -bud i 4 V^ u V.^, ^ lease'holding i /C (. U '\ 

laying-down' leafier 1 N' ^ "; leas'er 1 1 

lay'ing-inV^-N^,^; ^ a zS'^'^^ ' 'han ('\^^ '/^%, ^T leash i ^^ ^^' ^^ 

lay'man /* ' ' leaf iest i .7>\...ii ^ii ^ — ^_p leashed i A_V I, (T' 

laymen leaf iness i J least i 

LAYMEN y-'^'^ ,£--1 ^-CT-s leaf-lard i ,^ /-j /-o ^-i 1 chance /J /^ f 

lay'-oul I rA (' > leafless i L ^ (. ^' l' \- 1 degree.... 

la'zar % leaf lessness i f _ ^^ 1 effort ^,__^ ■ ^^ 

hzaref -^ ^.^■1".^^. leaflet i ^ •* ^ >^ 1 matter (^'^ l\ I 

lazaret'to /^ ' /' Y' leaf-metal i/. ^^-/^ /. v_W^ /; V j^i objection ./ 

la'zar-like g leaf-mold i ' 1 part ^ 

la'zarly ^jtrv^ ^^ ^^ leaf-shaped i^ n^ ,f\ 11 of it /^'\. /^^N? /''T—^ 

Lazarus' XI 1 leaf stalk i '. V_/- /. Vp- ]- 1 possible .\- 

laze leaf -tobacco i I \ 1 time 

lazed 4:> /r\ r\ '""'y ' /^ Z' /^ 1 Teast'ways ^ ^"^ ^ 

lazier r "4, I JL league:/. V_ /; (. \ LEASTWAYS li L .". /. L^ 

I than "'^ () leagued I leastwise o \. o 

laziest ^i~. '^^ .^^ leaguer I '.e ^ LEASTWISE /"^^ ^^ ^ 

lazily rr rY /^2_P Leah I. U (. leather ..'....?. I ^ I \, 

laziness leak I ^y leath'er-dresser (|->^ 

laz'uli '-..^ /^ '-v leak'age i ^ — r-7 , 1 leath'er-dresslng -^ j^ -f ' 

lazy / ./' r ) r ) leaked \ I. / (. \ 1. Icalh'cret 

la'zyback >~^_^ \ leakier i >^ Icath'er-knife 

lazybones /-v- /^t^ ' ^^— 1 than /^ ^ .T^ ^- ^_PIeath'ern --^ ^^ ^ 

lazzaro'ne r A / (C leak'iest I I. !. ' Lealh'erstocking/ v 1 </- 1 ' 

Lea ^ Icakincss I ^ leathery L_. 

lea I ^ ^ ^7 leaky i ^ J ^^ leave I ^-i (^\.^ (V,-^ 

Leach C C7 U leal I -T^ /C /T 1 a /TV 7:....>r>. 

leach I leant 11 man (cp. take a) 

leach'er 1 ^ ^ ^ , Lean'dcr > ^n (~\ 1 an-and ('\_^ 

Icach'-lrough I /i / Ci-U/'A leaner 1 (i I, 7\ l*...! another 

Icach'-tub [, X 1 than 11 one (see another) 

lead (a metal) ^ lean'esl i ^ /^ L /^ '*'*'' ^^ ' ^iW 

lead (to gu'dc) 1 /^ C' ...7V.-lcan'-r«ccd /C •' (■■'^ I. 11 own (see hc^)....7>^....r^>..-?t>.. 

I away ' Ican'ly i 1 hers > 1) J 




LEAVE HIS 



232 



LEGITIMIZED 



II own (sec his),. -.JTrrT lleer'ingly i /. U a ( 

I it 'Leeu'wenhoek ^'— ^^ 

I its f\^f\^(^*'»-^^ lee'ward i 

II own (sec its)-.rtl___t| ZTT^. lee'wardly i 

I nothing D Q_^ ^*»— ^ee'way i 

It more (see nothing) Lefebvre' 

I one ^/''l /H /^ left 

II more (see one)^^^ . . ?^^4<r'_'?-J?T* ^ 

I one's /^^~r^ /^ " ^^^^ (*^P- take a) 

II own (see one's) ^ 
I out 

I several 

II other (see sev 



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n- rs 



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■I another 



one (see another) 

hand 



V^ iher / ^ ^1 — • ( ^- 

(see some)f\__^f\^:^\,.J(^vin (see her)^-v ^"V ^-TjJ leg'ging 
ebody ...-7^?'..^?T_:-T_^:l hers / ^ ' A' Leg'hoi 

(see somebody) 1 his 6 - legibil'i 



\ leg'-band 
leg'-bonc 
leg'-boot 
leg'end 
leg'endary 
LEGENDARY 
leg'endist ^, 
Legendre' / / 
Legen'drian 

legerdemain' i / 
■Jegerdcmain'ist 

le'ges L. ^7. 
legged f.^ 



rt^ 



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II one 

I som 

II else(: 

I something 

II else (see somethin'g) 

I that 

II one (see that) 

I the 

II matter (cp. take the 

I their f^ /H ^ i.one 

II own \,____,___N^;-^--V,_^_.ii more (see one)' 

I theirs I one's 



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11 own (see his)^ 
I it 

I its 

own (see its) 
T^nothing 

II more (see nothing)^ 



^X /^ leg'ible 

/ ] / 1 leg'ibleness'. 



I them 

I this 

II one (see this) 
lUS {\^ 
I you 

I your 

II own (see your' 
II yours 

leav'en 
leav'ening 
Leav'enworth 
leav'er 1 

leaves i 
leav'ing i 
leav'ings i 
Leb'anon 
Lebrun' 
lech'er 

lech'erous /7sJ' 
lech'crously f'/^ 
lech'erousness 
lech'ery ^^^ 

Leclerc' 

Lecocq' — 

Le Conte 

Lecouvreur' 

lec'tern 

Icc'tion 

lec'tionary 

lec'tor 

lec'ture 

lecturer 

lec'ture-room 

lec'turess 

led 

Le'da 
ledge 
ledg-er 
ledg-y 
Lee 
lee I 
Leech 
leech I 
leech'craft i 
Leeds 
leek I C 
leer i 



is) '^ ^ V^HOf 

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t^?^.>..Q:.^;'th:""^' 

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gibil'ity 

f 

leg'ibly \ 

le'gion ^v, 
le gionary ui/ 
leg'islate 
^0:sc*LEGISI.ATE.D ^ 
legisla'tion / / 
LEGISLATION 
legislative ^-^ ^-7 

LEGISLATIVE 'V*\^_ 10 



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t 

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that ^-\ 

one (see that)' X 
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cp. take the) 

r^ ^^^^n^ LEGISLAT 

(see their)' >^ )' J leg'islator 

I theirs /"Xin /'^ /"^ legislato'rial 

I them '^ o) ' { ' i leg'islatorship 

II that (see them) 
I there 

I this 

II one (see this) ' " 'S ' LEGISLATUR 



I action 
I body 
I power 
I session 
leg'islatlvely 

LATIVELY 







leg'islatress 



his) ^ "S ' LEGISLATURE ^-, 

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I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 
eft'-hand 
eh' -handed f^' 
eft'-handedness 
eft'-handiness 
eft'ness 
eft'-off 
eft'ward 

eg 

eg'acy 

e'gal 

e'galism 

e'galist i 

egal'ily 

egaliza'tion 

e'galize 

e'galized 

e'galizing 

e'gally 

e'galness 

e'gal-tcn'dcr 

cg'ate 

egatee 

eg'ateship^— j-| . — ^ 

cg'atine / \Ji -J 

ega'tion 

ega'to 
cgator' 
cg'-bail 



I of Alabama /-"p"^ f /_ 

II Connecticut/ A V-^ 
11 Florida 






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II Kentucky / 

II Louisiana /-^^ y^ ^-7 

II Maine ( f l_^(^~^ ^ ^^ 

II Massachusetts / 

II Michigan ^ ^ 
II Minnesota /a— "V A 
II Mississippi J 
II Missouri 



^ .■r-s y-^^w Dakota 
iC ' u H Oregon 

II Rhode Island 



II Missouri ^7 x^ XV 

II Montana 1 ^-^^^ ^'■^n^^C-'Z^ST'^ 

w North Carolina C_^ 



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le'gist 

leginmacy^^ ^^ 
legit imate /. y /• 
legitimately -' 
legit'imateness^^^ 
iegitima'tion /, '^ 
Icgit'imatist 
Icgit'imatize 
legit'imism 
legit'imist 



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It. ^ 1 ^ — r-n X— ^. ^egitimiza'tion 

L.r .h/T Y V legifimize 

legit'imized 




LEGLESS 



233 



LET US TRY 




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Lenox /f^— 
lens C 

lent 

Lent 

lentamcn'te It 
Lent'en 

Lent'entide 

lentic'ular 

lenlic'ularly 

len'tiform 
Icn'til 
len'to It. 

len'loid 
Le'o 
le'o L. 

iLeofric 

/, Leomin'ster (Eng.) 
Leom'inster (U. S.) 

Leonardesque' 

y'^%/^ Leonesc 
4 -r Le. 



legless 

leg'lct ' 

leg'ume 

legu'men L 

legu'min 

legu'mina L 

legu'minar 

legumin'ifo'fm 

legu'minosc 

legu'minous 

Le'high 

Leh'man'* 

Leh'mann 

Leib'nitz 

Lcibnitz'ian 

Leibnitz'ianism, 

Leices'tcr 

Leigh 

Lcigh'ton >^- 

Lein'stcr / J 

Leip'sic 

Lcip'zig ^-N 

leisure /v <= 

leisurely 

Lcith ^ 

Lei'trim C \ 

Lc'tand 

Lclcgcs 

Le'ly 

lem'ma L. 

lem'mata L 

Lcm'nian 

Lcm'nos 

lem'on 

lemonade' 

Icm'on-color 

Icm'on-colorcd 

Icm'on-drop 

lem'on-juice 

lem'on-squcczer 
Icm'on-vcrbcna 
Icm'on-ycllow, 

Lc Moyne' 

Lcm'uel 

lemur 

Icm'ures L. 

lem'urinc 

Icm'uroid 

Le'na 

Lcnclos' 

lend 

lend'able 

LENDABLE 

lender 
le'nc X 

lcn(;th'cn 
Icnglh'icr 

Icngth'iiKCC 

length wjyt 

lenglh'wlscf K'9 

LENGTHWise J J Icss'ener 

lengthy /'-^kf /^'^ lesj'ening 

lenience ^_ ' \ ' ^- Lessepi' 

Ic'niency^,-— S^ 

le'nient 6 / 

leniently les'son 

len'ilive /"''"^-r /-"-'-T ^/->sj^le>'«or ^-t^-s. 

Irnitivene»»( L' Ir-r* ' l'e=t / » 

lenity let 

Lenni-Lena'pe /^^-^ LET 

Len'nox ^^-^^-^-'^^n.a-^sV --^^^ 1 alone /^ 
Lenormanl' *( x O ^V — «i every 



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le'onine 
le'oninely 
Lcono'ra 
LJonore' F. 
Leono're G. 
Leon'tes 
leop'ard 

leop'ardess 
Le'opold 
" epan'to 
lep'er 
lep'erous 
Lepidop'tera L. 
lepidop'teral ^^^ 
"terous/ ■' 
s 
/!5f1eprosity 
lep'rosy ■ 
lep'rous 

lep'rously /-'W-V /-\ 

lep'rousnessf o- i ^<i_S ' \. 

Lcp'sius 

Le Sage' 

Lcs'bian 

Lesbos 

lese'-maj'esty 

le'sion i 

Les'lie 

less 

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II that (see them) 

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I this 

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II be 

III sure (see be) I'^V 

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III a (see bear) 
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I therefore 

I trust 

II that 
I try 



LET US TRY A 



234 



LICK 



III a (see try) 

I you fi 

II alone 

II have (see you)* 
let'-alone' r\. 

le'thal 

le'thally ^/^ 
lethar'gic /, Of 
lethar'gicai 
lethar'gically ^A 
lethar'gicalnessA y. 
lethar'gicness y 
Icth'argize 
leth'argized 
leth'argizing 
leth'argy 
Le'the 
Lethe'an 
Leti'tia 
Le'to 
let'-off 
Lett 

let'ter r 

LETTER 



r 



q_ q_ 



9 



c\ 



lev'iable 
Icvi'athan 
lev'igable 
lev'igate 
leviga'tion 
lev'itate 
levita'tion 
Le'vite 
Levit'ical 
Levit'icallv, 
Levit'icus 
e'vitism 
Icv'ity 
Le'vy 
lev'y 

lev'ying 
lewd 3 
Icwd'er 3 
lewd'est 

(\^ LEWDEST f 

lewd'ly 3 ^ 
/^ lewd'ness 3 

Lew'cs V ^' 
Lew'is 



1^ 



-C 1 1E<K. f\ c 1 c 1 i^CW l: 

! of attorney/^ ^ — ^/^ ^/^ Lew'i 

I credence ( ' • — 1 lex L. 





I credence 
II credit 
II marque 
II recommendation 
letter-book 

letter-box 
let'ter-carrier 
let'ter-case 
let'ter-clip^ 
let'tered 
let'terer 
let'ter-file 
let'ter-headi 
let'terless 
letter-paper 
let'terpress 
letters of administra- 

I patent [!!S" 

I testamentary^ 

letter-rack 

let'ter-scale 

letter-writer 

Let'tic 

Let'tish 

Ict'tuce 

let'-up 

Leuch'tenberg 

leucocyte 

leucocyt'ic 

leucorrhe'a 

leucorrhe'aly 

Leva'na 

Levant' ^-T^- 
levant' L 
levant'er 

levant'ine 
leva'tor L. 
levee' i 

lev'el ^-T 
lev'eler ( K. 
Icv'eling 

lev'eling-instrument 
lev'elly 
lev'elness 
Le'ven •-i 
Lever C Vo 
lev'er 

lev'erage^--^^ 
lev'eret ( ) 
Levi / 





LIBERALITY ^/^ ^X/^' V^ 

liberaliza'tion (. ^- 

LIBERALIZATION 

lib'eralize ^^XT" V^Vf 

LIBERALIZE/. ^ - I- ^ 

lib'eralized 

LIBERALIZED \/'^%/'''^;;\S/''^ 

lib'eralizer ' ^^ ' 

iR 



iston 



lex L. (4.^ 

I domicilii L. J^ 
I fori L. 
I loci L. 
I talionis L. 

I terrse L. 
lex'ical 
lex'ically 
lexicog'rapher, 
lexicograph'ic ^ 
lexicograph'ical ' 
lexicograph'ically 
lexicog'raphy^ 
lexicolog'ical' - 
lexicol'ogist 
Uexicorogy;^ 
lex'icon 



ex'ington . n ^ 
Ley'den f^ 



r 

liabil'ity u I J 

II agree (cp. able to) 
i'ableness ^-v ^% 

liaison' F. (''• \_j) r ) 

li'ar 



LIAR 
Hard F. 
Li'as 



r>^ 






lib'eralizer 
LIBERALIZER 
lib'erally 
LIBERALLY 

lib'erate 

^^ libera'tion 
/ V^ libera'tionism 
libera'tionist 
lib'erator 
ibe'ria 
ibe'rian 
liberta'rian 
liberta'rianism 

LIBERT ARIANISM 

lib'ertine ^-5\ 
lib'ertinismfT \ 
LIBERTINISM J 
lib'erty 
LIBERTY 

I of speech 

II the people 

III person 
III press 
III subject 

lib'erty-cap 
lib'erty-pole 

libidinos'itv- 

libid'inous 

libid'inously 

libid'inousness 
Li'bra 
^y. libra'rian 
.j-Ai:/_libra'rian3hip 

LIBRARIANSHII^ 
li'brary 

li'brary-kee 

li'brate 

libra'tion 

li'bratory 
libret'ti It. 
libret'tist 

^ — ^ libret'to It. 
I -^ Lib'ya 

Lib'yan 

lice I 

li'censable 

LICENSABLE 
^~i li'cense ^ 
C N li'censed %_ji 



r^:>r"\^ 



(^ 



licensee' 




C\, (^"^ li'belous/vX/^^ 
^^ — • lib'eral 







Lias'sic ^tj- 
liba'tion A 
Lib'by 

Hrlant/^^r/^v-/0^r^i!:^;Jll^ax^S>^ ^ <U^ 

li'beler licensing ' 

li'belist .,-x -^^ y\ -^^ ^-'\/Ticen'tiate 

NA f. licen'tiateship 

y^~—^ licentia'tion 

LIBERAL '\A' "\/ "\/'^l,licen'tious ^-— 

I allowance licen'tiously R^_^ 

I construction,,^ licen'tiousness aZ\ 



I party- 









lib'eralism 



--"^ LIBERALISM '\^''^^X Z^-^/^i'ch 

/ \lib'eralist f. V li'chi 

LIBERALIST Licil 

^-1 liberalis'tic ^ x'^^n/'^'^A. /^' Licin'ius ^^ — 
C VL I IBERALISTIC - /T V I Lick ^^ 



li'chened 
iienose 
benous 

Licin'ian 




Lberal'ity 



lick I 



LICKED 



235 



LIKELY TO DO A 



r^ 



life'-table i 
life'-tenant I 
life'time i 



nsn I i'lc [line 1 

rishly ^sr-^^r—) ^-7-^ LiflTey ^-r 
rishness-: f. ^C I lift (. V_ 

ty-sp!it' ^ lift'able 



licked I 

lick'er 1 

lick'erish 

lick'eri: 

lick'eri 

lick'ety 

lick'-spittle 

lic'orice 

lic'tor 

lid I 

Lid'desdale f 
lid'less I 
lie I ^ 

I across ''' - -- 

M a (see across) 

I back r\__ r] . ^ ^. 

I down ?-- ligamen tous 

I forward ^-— ligamen'touslyi 

1 there f f^' (^ ligamen'tum L 
I with li'gate 





liffer ^ 
lift'ing (■ \ 
lift'ing-jack 
lift'ing-machine 
^yiig'ament '^ 
Q ligamen'ta L 
lijamen'tal 

LIGAMENTAL 

ligamen'tary 

^''"V LIGAMENTARY 




a-. a^.L 



II a (see with) 

lie'-a-bed I ^^ 

Lie'berkiihn/'^ 

Lie'big 

Liech'tenstein 

liea G. I 

lied'er G. i 

liefi ^-n 

Licge L ^ — 

liege I 

liege'man i 

liege'men 

LIEGEMEN 

li'en I ^ — - 

li'en-holder I L 

lieu 3 

lieuten'ancy ( -J|^ 

lieuten'ant j 

lieuten'ant-colo'ner 

lieuten'ant-comman'-/J- 

[der -^^ 
lieuten'ant-gen'eral 
lieuten'ant-gov'ernor/^1j^ ^ _ 
lieuten'anl-gov'ernor- ^^ ' 1 
lieuten'antahip [ship I %^'^, 

LIEUTENANTSHIP 



r 



life I /-| ^ Ol>J 

lile'-and-dcath'' -L- (^vV./\ /\ 

••■ "-'--til^ -<i, /^ ' ( "gi" -neartcQiy I 
ti/^»V (vV. (vVjv \ light'-hcartedness 
ilhl ^ X. > lighf-heeled , 
1 ^, ^1 I \ ^^ light'-horse ^/^ 



liga'tion 

liga'tor /— ^ 
lig'ature' I 

light I 
light'able I 
light'-armed 1 1\^^ 
light'brain i ' 

light'en i 
light'eningl 
light'er i ^ 

r7-^ .than f 

^.iia 

II he 
II his 
II the 

light'erage i 
light'erman i 
lighl'ermen 
? ■^+T:yCHTERMEN 

/^Klighfest ^-1 
Slightest /"' 5 . 
light'-fingered I 

'?~Nlight'-foot I 

light'-footed i (v^-' 

ht'-handcd i 
light'-headed i 
light'-hcadedness 
light'-hearted i 
light'-heartedly i 




r-1 




lights I 

light'-ship (^ 
vjight'some i 
^-\ light'somely i 
C \. light'somcness I 

light'-struck I 
^-v^ light'-vessel i 
I. ^^"Y light'-wave '^V — 
"iight'-winged i 7" 

lighl'-witted i 

llight'-wood I K^ 

^ igne 

lig'neous 

lignifica'tion^ 

LIGNIFICATION 

lig'niform 

lig'nify 

lig'nifying 

lig'nite 
lignit'ic 
lig'nose 
lig'num L. 
/v lig'num-vi' 
Ligu'ria 
Ligu'rian 
lik'able i 
lik'ableness i 





rr 





/^ y^^—P >i ' Ihat 

1/7 N ' (V I II one 



r 

II man (cp. take a) 
I an-and 

I her 

II own (see her) 
hers 
herself 

I his 

II own (see his)^ 
I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 
I manner 

I several 

II other (see several) 

I such ^— ^ r^r~f 

II a (see such) '. . . S^. /. /. . .4. . 




'r~\r~~\ 



I the 



(see that). 



life'-blood i 

hfc'-boat 

life'-brcalh 

life'-car I ^^ ,^ 1 N^^ iigni -noi 

life-estate' v^tr-'t v^*/ ^ v'^.....light'-ho; 
I* liBht'-hoi 



.r^r-Or-^ 



life'-giving 

life-guard i -^ 
lile'-history i( v^ 
lifc'-hold I 
life'-insuronce I, 
lifc'-intereit / V' 
LIFE-INTEREST 



rseman 
horsemen 



rv 



light' 

LIOHT-HORSEKEN^ 
lighthouse i 



light'houscman f^ 
ight'houscmcn/^^ 
S^.— -TrtLIGHTHOUSEMEN 
light'-keeper 



i^-> ^^,/^i their 

iV'Kivl p II own (see their)' 

• , I theirs 

/V^ them r-jr~(^^i 

II that (see them) ( 

I this V 

II one (see this)^'' Ij^ ^/^ / 
I us >r:. 

I which 

II a (see which)/^ / 



.'V^" 



:/f- 



rr 



.._j. lyou 
^/ \your 



lite-.lardi^ ^ ^^ ^ light-legged 1/ :) /^ jf ,1 own (see your),^-^,^^ ^ ^ 
lifeless I /v^- fvV/ (^>V/ light;iess I ^ /v /V ' yo"'^ „ 

lif^Uke''l'^^L_/'^*~r^ /- '{^h,:'^\'n^lA^,..V\ /(T^ /1>Tr^ likelier i T \ /'^ ^ (^ 

life'likenest I ' '^'^Xfi Olight'ne 

life'-linei^ /"» /^ /I >/ light'ning Cy 

lifelong i/vW'' I <,\^l ^/^-i\>,i> lighlning-arr 
life'-prcierver I Q_^ B light'ning-bu( 

life'-preserving i/X «Xl/-l lighl'ning-conduclor 

life'-rBie /•\ . ' y^^ 7 vV.«X'lighi;ning-diicharger 




life'-rcnt 



life'-rcnter ^-1 

If vV? 



life 
life 



• laving 
'Size 






lighl'ning-proof,-_ . 
I'r<^ vl'gbt'ning-protector 
lightning-rod,^" 
light'-o'-love 



'[^^n 



I yourself 

liked I ^ n 

likelier 1 1 I 

like'liest I 
like'lihood 
like'linesi 
like'ly 1 

;to ^ 

'» agree 

II believe 
II bring 

II do 

III a (see do) 




LIKELY TO FIND 



236 



LISSOMNESS 



I. find (^"^ {^^\J r^-^Wmni 
II finish /.lim'ner 

lim'ning 




II furnish 

II have 

III a (see have)!. 

II judge 

III a (see judgc),''y' (~7 / 
II justify /. /i . 



II know 

III a (see know) 
II perceive " 
II please 
II preserve 
!i prevent 

II proceed 4l'nip'ing'y ^ 

II prove /^''^~^\v /^\. f^^^ limp'ness i 
II provide. A "m limp'sy 




Limoges' 
Limousin 
limp X 

'imped i 

limp'er iL 

lim'pet 

lim'pid 

Hmpid'ily. 

lim'pidly 

iim'pidness 

imp'ing 




I lint I 



Linnst'an 

LinnEs'us 

lin'nel 

lino'leum 

Un'seed 

lin'seed-cake' 

lin'seed-meaK-^-wJ> /T""^ /7""^/^ 
lin'secd-mill l 'v—^i U— ^ '• 'K 
lin'seed-oil* 




take 

III a (see take)^ 

II work 
like'-minded 
lik'en i 
lik'ened i 
like'ness i 
lik'er i 
likewise 
li'lac 

lila'ceous 

li'lac-gray 

lilia'ceous 

Lil'ian 

lil'ied I 

Liliuokala'n 

Lille 

Lillibulle'ro 

Lil'liput 

Lillipu'tian 

Lilly 

lilt 

lil'y I 

lil'y-faced i 

lil'y-handed 

Ul'y-pad I 

lil'y-white 

Li'ma (Peru) 

Li'ma (U. S.), 

limb I 

lim'ber 

lim'bercd 

lim'berness 

limb'less i 

lim'bo 

Limburg' F./^ 

Lim'burg G. 

Lim'burger 

lime I 

lime-juice I 

lime'-kiln i 

lime'-light i 

Limen'can 

lime'-pit ^ 

Lim'erick' 

lime'stone i 

limc'-water, 

lim'iness i 

lim'ing 2 

lim'it 

lim'itable 

lim'itary 

lipiita'tion 

lim'itative<t Q L Lj Z* 1. link'agci 

lim'itedly ^^link'boy 

lim'itedncss^."-^ ^^^^ '^^^^ link'-motion 

lim'iter C \ pi f. Linlith'gow 

Iim'itles3 Linn 




^-•X 




lim'y I 
linch'pin 
Lin'coln 
Lind 

Lin'demann 
Hn'den 
Lind'say 
Lind'sey ^^ 
line I C ) 

^^ I of argument 

C ^,.^ fi march 

lin'eage j^ 

lin'eal ^W 
linearity (■ 
lin'eally 

lin'eament^":?T^" 
lin'ear C 
linear'ity 
lin'carly 
lin'ear-shaped 
lin'eatc 

lin'eated ^^ 
linea'tion (• "'' 
line'-engraving i 
lin'eiform 
line'man i 
linemen 

LINEMEN 

lin'en 

liner i 

linc'-wire ^ 

lin'gcr /^ 

Hn'gercd 

lin'gerer 
^lingerie' F. 

lin'gering 

lin'geringly 

lingo 

lin'gua L: 
Jplinguaden'tal/'^^-,- 

lin'guae L. L T^- 

lin'gual / 

—^ \ lin'gually 
/ J"lin'guiform 
y linguist 

linguis'tic 

linguis'ticaU. 
^linguis'tically 

linguis'ticsx"^- r" ^ 

lin'iment (. j ' ^ 

lin'ing-paper 1 







lin'tel J 
li'on I C 
Li'onel 
lioness I 
li'on-heart x i 
li'on-hearted 
li'onhood i 
li'on-hunter \( 
li'onism i 
li'onize i 
li'onized i 
li'onizing i 

li'onlike I , — t^ 

li'onship I ( / '■' 

lip I 
, — -^ lip'-devotion i - 
'• / lip'-homage I / 

Ji lip'less I 
^ lip'lct 1 
(■ lipo'ina 

Lip'pincott 

lip'-service i, 

liq'uable 

li'quate 

liqua'tion ^ ^ ^ 

liquefa'cient/^ * -^ f. \,(. 




r\r 




'rv^^^ 



a (^^- 




liquefaction 

"LIQUEFACTION 

liquefac'tive 

liq'uefiable 

liq'uefier 

liq'uefy 

liquefying 




f^&:^c''-^(''-^(^- 





liques'cent 

liqueur' F. /^~'~}^ 
liqueur'-cupu U 
liqueur'-glass 

liq'uidable/T^ C^^~\ t^'^~\- 

liq'uidate ' <i 

liquida'tion^ ^ ^ ^ 

liq'uidator /f ^ |, C !• (. ' 

liquid'ily u H 

liq'uidize ^ x r _ ^ 

liq'uidized i. [y 1. ly (. ly 

liq'uidizing " ^ ^2;—^ 

Jiq'uidly ^c_, ^ ^ , /' 

liq'uidness/l ' y I. I 1. 
liq'uor '' W^ 

liq'uor-gage J^ 



liq'uor-pumpi 
iq'uor-thief 
li'ra It. 
c- Lis'bon 
\Lisle 





^ lisp'ingly 



som 
lis'somness 



LIST 



237 



r 



'C 



n 

0^ 









r 



. litiga'tion/i L. 
lit'igator 
litigios'ity 
liti'gious 
lili'giously 
liti'giousness 



J^ /-'°— *'lit'igant \ " 1 an-and 

■ Inhere" J 

■^ 

- ^ "y lifter I ^ 



list I 
list'ed I 
listen 

I to 

II his (see to)r 
lis'tener 
lis'tening^ 
Lis'ter 
list'er 

Liste'rian ^-n» ^^ 
Lis'terism/: 1/ 
Lis'lerize 
Lis'terized ^-^ 
Lis'terizingt ^ 
lisl'ing I 
list'less /^^ 

LISTLESSt r -. 

listlessly 

LISTLESSLY, 

list'Iessness 

LISTLESSNESS 

Liszt 

lit I 

lit'any 
lit'any-desk 
lil'any-stool'^ 
LitchTield 
li'ter I 
lit'eracy 
lit'eral 
lit'eralism. 
liferalist 
litcral'ity 
literaliza'tion, 
lit'eralize 
lit'eralized 
lit'eralizer, 
literally 
lit'cralness 
lilcra'rian,- 
lit'erary L 
I society 
Hferat 
iricra 

litera'lim L. n ^_n 

litera'lion ^^^ y' 'I /^ ■"' 

lil'crator (. \J I. I. 

lit'erature 

litera'tus L 

lith'arge 

lithe I 

lithely I ^^ 

lithencss ll^\/. 

lithe'some I 

lithe'somenesa i 
lilh'ia I 
lilhi'ajii L, 

lilh'ic -^. 

lilhifica'tion^ t 

LITHIPICATION 
lith'ium t C^ 
lithochromat'ic 



C^^. lilholoR-ically^'"^/ /!%7 /t'X^lit'tlest 
^"^ lithol'ogist ^ ' ■•'•'- 



/^. /" 



Lit'tleton 



>-: lithol'ogy ^-^T /^ --^J^lit'toral 

,/__^lith-omancy/C (// iC C^i <■ ^^Littr6' 



lith'otome 



^^lithotom'ic 
t^ lithotom'ical 



c\ 



LOACH 



f^f^ 



^ liturgic ^-7. 

i/'^?^litur'gical ?^ r' 
litur'gically i 

litur-gics /-T"-/- <7?7- /^ 

/ liturgiol-ogist / /V / ly /C 
lithot'omized^ 'v a ^ -/^^ (. '^^liturgiorogy I. I. I. 

lithot'omy lifurgist ^y. 

Lithua'nia ^ ^ ^ lit'urgy / ' ^ ^-i 

Lithua'nianiC (5^^^ ^ Y^^^ f^ y^_^ liv'able i 1. /! v^ /I V^ 

Lithuan'ic '' live (v.) i 



lithot'omist 
lithot'omize 



1^^ r^r^\ 



^ I upon 

t L II a (see upon) 

(f"i your 




litterateur 
lit'tered i 
lit'tle 

I above 

I advantage 



r^ 






II own (see your; 
live (a.) I 
live'Iier i 
"1 than 
liveliest i. 
live'lihood x ^, 

r r r live'llness i/V VjT ''^-v_P' >-,, 

I as livelong I • ■ r^ 

II possible (see as)/'^, J^ j1/\\vc'\y i ^. ^. >^ 
I chance 1 1 </ live-oakV' >^ h V-^ I I. • 
I change liv'er i ^^ 
t considcration/'jj J\-. /'\. liv'er-color ( \ ( > 

I danger / / / 'iv'"'-colored 

II of (see danger) ' " liv'er-complaint 



%.^r n-r^ 



er) ^ liv'er-complaint 

I difference /^ y^\r^ J^^ liv'cricd ^-^ /"^^ /"^^ 

I distinction^ f C JLiv'crpooI (. L \ /^ ^ i^ 

I doubt /liv'erwort ^ 



z^- 



'^ 



I cITect 
I cfTort 
I else 

I evidence 
\ Falls 
I favor 



N\ II consideration (sc^c 
I importance 



^y ^ I I interest 

L\ p (Vj — K I judgment 




lith'oglyph 

lithog'lypher 

lithoglyph'ic 

lithoglyp'tict 

lith'ograph 

lithographer 

lithograph'ic 

lithograph'ical 

lithograph'icaily 

lithog'raphy 

lith'oid 

lit 

lithol 



i justice 

I more 

II than (see more) 
one 
part 

y-r I profit 



yt W l^liVing I 

/ ' / ^r, ' 1 liv'ingne 

^l _2 liv'ing-r< 



liveryman C ^ C ^^~^ C •''^ 

liv'erymen 

LIVERYMEN J^ >^ ^-r 

liv'ery-stablei V-^ t q ( i^~o 

Mves I 

liv'id /'^ 
livid'ity C 
liv'idncss 




ithoid ^\ 
ithoidal I. \^ 
itholog'ic I 



^r. ^--jv^- liftle-ncck 

C V C V^Z_lit'tlcnci» L 




I reason 
I Rock 
I Ruisia 
^spirit 
time 

I understood 
I way 
I work 

I worse 

II than (see worae)^ 
i worth 



lil'ilcc 



ess I 
ng-room i 
Livingston 
Liv'ingstonc 
Livo'nia 

ivo'nian 
li'vre F. 
Liv'y 
llxiv'ial 
lixiv'iate 
lixivia'tion 

xiv'ious 
lixiv'iuin L 
iz'ard 

Lizars' ^--t?n. 
lla'nia L .d 
la'no Sp. 
Llewe 
Llewely 
Lloyd 

Lloyd's I 
lo C- 

loach 







r* 



LOAD 



238 



LONESOMEST 



load 

load'er ^ 

loaf 

loafer ^^^ 

loaferish/^"^ > 

loafing 

loaf-sugar 

loam 

loam'ing 

loam'y 

loan 

loan'able 



'^ 



^<^ 




LOANABLE^-? 
loan'-ofnce/ \ 
loath 

loathe ^ 
loath'er r~V 
loath'ful 
loath'ing ^■ 

loath'inglyA( ^ 

loath'liness 

loath-n^ess/^{^/^^C_P ^^^p-- 



iloc'ative 1- 

lo'cator ^ .[) 
loch I 
Locha'bcr 
lo'chia L. 
lo'chial 
Lochicl 
Lochinvar' 
Lochlev'in 

lo'ci L. 
lock I 
lock'age 
Locke 
locked I 
' lock'er i 

lock'et 
lock'-gatet 
Lock'hart 
Lock'ian 
Lock'ianism 
lock'jaw I 
lock'-keeper 
lock'less I 
lock'out 1 





loath'some 

loath'somely ^^ /^^ /CT^ lock'-plate i 
loath'someness( ^^( — J. ('^)s^—^.__fi Lock'port I. 

Locks'ley 



^ 



loaves 

lo'bar 

lo'bate 

lo'bated 

lo'bately 

lob'by I 

lob'byist i 

lob'by-member 

lobe 

Lobe'ira 

lobe'lia /^/^ 
Lobengu'la^^ ^OiT^ 
lob'lolly 

Lo'bo /''\/ 

lo'bose/^^ \ 

lob'ster 

lob'ular 

lob'ulate 

lob'ulated 

lobula'tion 

lobule 

lob'worm 

lo'cal 
I action 
t aR'airs 
I affection 
I authority! 
I board 



C\ 








I circumslances,^c__p /-^^-l — 
I committee ^ a ' ^ 



lock'smith i 
lock'smithery 
lock'-step I 
lock'-stitch I 
lock'up I 
Lock'yer 

loco citato L 
locofo'co 
locomo'tio'n 

ocomo'tive 
locomo'tive-boiier 
locomo'tiveness 
locomotiv'ity 
locomo'tor, 
Lo'crian 
Lo'crine 
Lo'cris 
lo'cus L. 
lo'cust 
locu'tion 
loc'utory 
lode 

lode'star fZ 
lode'stone 
Lodge 
lodge X 
lodge'able i 
lodg'er I 





(7 



(7 



logarith'micallv^ 

log'-book I 

logged I 

log'ger I ^^^^ 

log'gerhead^^ 

log'gcrheaded 

log;gia It.^ 

log ic t /, 

log'ical 
^— i-7 logicality ^-7- 
(^ / log'ically 1 . / 

log'icalness 

log'ic-chopping^ 

logi'cian f^i 

logis'tic 

log'man 1 ^ '' 

log'men f^ 

LOGMEN 

^ T^log'ogram 

C ' log'ograph / 

logog'rapher 

logograph'ic 
Allogograph'ical 

logograph'ically'^ 
- logog'raphy 

logom'achist/C^ 

logom'achy 

log'os L. ^.—- 
log'otype^ 
log-reel I 

log'roll I ^ 
log'rolled i\ 
log'roller i 
log'rolling y ^^ 



log' wood 
lo'gy 

Loh'engrin^ 
?oin I i 

■\/'~^ Loire 

Lo'is ^— \ 

B loi'ter i r J 
loi'tered i 
loi'terer i/{^ 
loi'teringly I 
Lo'ki 
loll I 
Lol'lard 
Lol'lardism 

Lol'lardist 
Lol'lardyi 
lolled I ^ 
loU'er I 
loU'ingly i 
lollypop 
Lom'bard 



_^ 



^^ 







lo'calizable ^Vv\yCc — c ^ 
LOCALIZABLE '' \'^ 



lodg'ing-house i'^ / ^O^ /.^A^ Lorabar di( 
lodgment i Lom'bardy 

U-^/"^/"^^ ^Lodovi'co/MT '^'V /C^Lon'don r- 

"oft > Lon'donderry 

loft'ier ^^ -^ ^-1 Lon'doner ^_ 

than C^/'^^ '^T Lon'donism/'^,]^^ 
loftiest l?^ 1/ [)" Lon'donize 

loft'iness/Cs-,^ V^- C ^- ^°"^'^''" '^ , 

loft'y I [^ I I than ^ C 

o log I ^——^ 5 ^ ^^^R^ lone'liest 





Lo'gan 
Lo'gansportjr— ^ 
log'arilhm C ^ — ' 
logarithmet'ic 
logarithmet'ical 
logarithmet'ically 
logarith'mic 
logarith'mica 




lone'linessi^ 
lone'ly 

lone'some -^ 
lone'somely'^ 
lone'somencss 
lone'somer^-3-- 
1 than r^ 
lone'somest 



/C'^ 



LONG 



239 



LOSABLE 




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II a (see as) '-^ 
II possible 

I been 

II done (sec been) 

I before 

II the (see before) 
I day 
I debate . 
I distance 

I dozen N. - 

I enough (, 

I face 
I 5gure 

I for 

II a (see for) 

. hair s,_,s_^ 

I hand .Tr!>^.. 

I has 

u been (see has) 

t haul 

I have 

H been (sec have) 

1 head 

I home 

I Island 

I known 

• life 

I line 



gituae , — y- ^--j- . — -/. 
Eitu'dinaily ^ d" . C" ^ 



^' 




..^.. 



X. 



ong'horn 
ong'-horned 
ongimet'ric 
ongim'etry^--"— '. • - 
ong'ing I \^ f-r .. 
ong'ingly x 

Longi'nus /-'-^ 
"ong'ish 1 (^ ^vp .... 
ongis'simus L. ' 

on'gitude 
on 

ongitu'dinally 
ong'- lived 
Long'man 
ong'ness 
ong'-prim'er 
ong'-range 
ong'shore 
ong'shoreman 
ong'shoremen 
LONGSHOREMEN 

ong'-sighted --^ > (? 

ong'-sightcdness '' ""^ 
iong'-spun 

ong'-slop 
Long'street 
"ong'-sufferance 

ong'-suffering 

ong'-tailed 

ong'-tongucd 
Lon'gus 
'ong'-visaged 

ong'-waistcd 

ong'-wind'cd 

ong'-wind'cdncss 

00 3 

ook -» ^ 








^-So^- 




I note ....(. 1 a 



^-0 




I session 

I shot 
I since 

I suflering -^.^ /**— ' "^ 

I thought \*~/,., 

H that (see thought) 

I time -'^^ *>.^ 

II after Ut7>. Urr>y^.. 

II ago 

I tongue <«^ 

I while 1^^^ 

longanim'ity 

longan'imous 

long'-armed i 

longboat 

long'bow 

long'-brcaihcd 

Longchamp' 

long'-drawn 1 ^.^l 

longer (a.) 1 .. I 

I account (cp. long) 

I than — ^ - 

II hit 

II the 

longer (n.) l^^-s.,^.— . 

lon'gcst \ ^ 

longc'val 
longcv'ity 
long'-cxerlcd ^- 
long''faccd 

Long'fcllow 

long'-finned , 

Longford 

long'hand 

long'-headcd 

long'-hcadcdncsa 



^.-2_? 



II man (cp. take a) 

I across 

II a (see across) 
I after 




^'? 



II a (see after) 
I ahead 
I alike 
I an-and 

I at 

II a (see at) 
I back 
I backward 
I below^-' 

I beneath 

I down 

■I the (scc'down) 

I for 

II a (jee for) 
I forth /rrrj ..../CT 
I forward 

I into 

II a (see into) 
I like 

H a (see like) 
I out 

I the 

II matter (cp. take the) 
1 ihere, 




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^_^ I this 
. ^11 




one (see this) 

I through .^ .: I , 

II a (tee through) 
_ I upon ../:... 

II a (see upon) 
I you 

looked 3 f. . . 

look'er 3 



/ 



look'er-on 
look'ing-glass 3 
Look'out 

, , , . I I _l 

.look out 3 ^ 1 

loom 3 / a1 

loomed 3 
loom'ing 3 
Loo'mis 
loon 3 

loop-holes'^^ r^^ f^ 
loose 3 

loose'-bodied 3 ^t^ /^^s. /^ 
loosed 3 I ^ >.. ( ( 

loose'ly 3 ' 

loos'en 3 ^ ^ ^ 

loos'ener3 ^^^ 4^ ^9 

loose'ness 3 
loos'er 3 ^^jT-^ 
I than ( '\ 

jloos'est 3 
loot 3 

looter 3 ^'^ 
lop I 

lope 

lop'er 

Lopez' 

lop'per 1 

lop-sided _ ^ ^ i. 

loqua'cious ^^ 

loqua'ciously /C-_ /C_ /T ,s 
loqua'ciousness ''^^^^ '^Z^-j, n^^ 
loquac'ity ^ "^ 

lord /-v -> "V 
LORD C 

I and 

II Savior ^y^ 

III Jesus Christ ...^\^. 
II vassal 

I Christ -> ^ ^ 

I God " 

II of Abraham 

II omnipotent "\.^--^„^ "/T, "» 
.. I lieutenant .J^Tr^>y v- 

I of all ^ 

III his (see of all) -> -« >|- 

II lords "Vi, "^ ^^^ 

lord'dom 

lordless -^ "/'^^ V~~^ 

lordlier 

I than 

lordliest ~V^' 

lord-lieutcn'ancy... 
lord'like „ 

lordliness ->/ -3 -^_ 

lord'ling .' /T;. *..... 

lord ly ^^^ 

Lord's coming -n , -n ^ 

I day .rT~ 'j 

I house 

I prayer -j^ 

I sake ."x^^^ 

I supper ^ 

lordship y ^^ ^^ y. 

Lo'rclei ^ ^--- 

Lorcnz ^^-^ ^ 

Loren'zo '^ * 

lorgnette' y — • 

Lorin'da ^-^ '• , — y /^' 
lorn r- Ci ^ 

Lorrain' y, 

Lorraine' ^^* /<v 

losable r- ^^ 

LOSAULK 





LOS ANGELES' 



LOWER THAN 




Lcs An'gcles y.— 

I his /^ 

I it 

I its 

II own (see 
I some 



r^ 



lov'ableness 
. -/CD. love 



^^^ 



II man (cp. take a) 
.^— ^...^..-lan-and ^1 
Its)' I ' b ' l3_,i another ' ^ 

I some ^^,tr~^ ^.^'-^ ^-,^11 one (see another) ^ ^-i 

II one (see %omt)y:6LS^./:ro7^yTOlS^.\ every ''v^ j^^ ^^ 

I somebody ' ' ii one (see every)^^p~p=j^ t 

II else (see somebodv>.*y__^^^^^.,ieverybody 

I something -7<J-'-^^^c5rr;^p?t5-t~pf'else (see everybody) 

II else (see something) ' °t everything 

I the ^,jc^^£^ n else (see everything) 

II next(cp. do theyr?.../i^...../Ct^i her (^ 
« itiptr ' '' II own (see her) 



£- 



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I their 

II own (see their) 

I us ..J:^. 

los'er 3 ' " 

los'ingly 3 

loss I 

Los'sing 

lost I ^ 

Lot IZ 

lot t 

Lothair' ^ ^ 
Lotha'rio Ac/ 
Lothian 
Loti' ^^. 

lo'tion I I 

Lotoph'agi 
lot'tery i )/ 
lot'to I (^' 
lo'tus 

lo'tus-eater 
lotus-tree 
Lot'ze 
loud 3 
loud'tr 3 tt\ 
I than 

loud'est 
LOUDEST ^ 
loud'ly 3 ' 

loud'-mouthed 3 
loudness 3 
lough I 

Lou'is ^->. 
Louis' F. I ■>) 
I d'or F. 
Loui'sa ^^ 
Lou'isburg 4 ), 
Louise' 

Louisian'a ^-—^ 
Louisian'ian ' ='C->. 
Louis'-Quatorze' F. 
Louis'-Quinze' F. 
Louis'-Seize' F. 
Louis'-Treize' F. 

Louis'ville ^ 
lounge if 
loun'ger V_ 
Lourdes ^- 
louse 3 L 
lous'ily 3 y 
ious'iness 3^^- 
lous'y 3 ' '^__p 
lout 3 

Louth ^Y 

loutish 3 I \ 
lout'ishly 3 

lout'ishness 3 -^• 
Louvain' / aI 
louver ,y^ 

Louverture; 
Louvre 
lovable 



c 



love'lier ( y<J' 
I than 

love'liest ^^^ 
lovc'Uiy ( ••^Cb 
Ipve'hness 

Lov'cn ^ 

love'-lock ' ''V, 

love'-lorn 

love'Jy ^^ 

love'-makingf •^^ 

"ove'-match 

love'-potion 

Lov'er 

lov'er 



c 



c 



o- 



c 



f<i. 



I hers ^-i y^ / ^ lov'erwise 

il:erself/ <-- / ^ / V.--^ love'-sce 

I him ^\ >^ love'-shaft 

I himself --I ^ ^-1 love -sick 

I his ( ^^^ — ( Vo / v.£i^Iove'-sickness 

II own (see his) love'some 

I it ^^ ^^ ^-1 love'-sonf? 

I its 

II own (s: 

I no ^ ^ /^ "* love'-tap 

II one (see no)/ ^^vL>^v_k/ ^-— ^love'-token 



f\^ r\.^ r\~^ love'-speU/0<j:;I_^ fX^ ,^ ^"^x, 
ee its) j I L love'-suit V J 



I nobody 

II else (see nobody) 



f none 
I not 



n- 




lov'ing 
lov'ing-cup 
lov'in^-kiiid'ness^ 
ov'ingly 
II a (see not)^^ ^-i ^ lov'ingness 

I nothing / ^^-^^ ( ^^-vL/ ^"'— / **^^ 

II else (sec nothing) T^ Ti altitude 

I one ^ ^ /^ /i church 

II another (see one)/^ >:£_y^:_^,o-^down 

I one's • f' 

II own (see one's) 
I oneself ^ 

I several 

II other (see several) "*^ i latitude 

I some t^\j^ {^\.^r—^ /"^ ' ^^^*^ 

II one (see somejT i5~^ ts'~^i price 

I som.ebody /^^V^l^^^^-i .yx> i rank 

II else (see somebody) / \s~^ i relief 

I something Z'^^^— ^ ' spirits 

II else (see something) i temperature 

I such /^ y^ /-n I water " 

II a (see such)' Nt"^' V*' Vlow'born 

I that ^ ° x-7 ^ low'bred ^-^ 

I the 




I fever 

I German ^-^ 
I ground f A-^ 
I Latin 



II one (see that)/^V.^ / V. / V^Low'-church A r/ 

^ k_^ Low'-churchism / 




II man (cp. take the) 

I their ^ 
It own 

^-0, 1 theirs 

A *b I them 

M that (see them) 
^-"^.^ I themselve 
f / I this 

II one (see this) 
^^>^ I to be 
( 1^/. I us 

I you 



1 






rr-r 



J 



I your 
/^ II own (see your) 
I yours 
I yourself 
love'-afTa* 
love'-appii 
-^^^love'-bird ^--i 
f ^love'-charmi /Vi^^ 
love'-feast 
love'-knot^ 
Lov'el / y-"-^^ 
Love'lace ' 




sm 
Lov/'-churchman ^^ ^-^ ^^ 

Low'-churchmanship/ y ' / ^ / 
LOW-CHURCHMAN- l-^ A^l /-^ 
[SHIP -^ ^ 

Low'-churchmen 

LOW-CHURCHME.. - 

low'-down ^-1 '^'^~t>^^ '^'^"s.. 

Lowe / jA 

lowed 

Lov/'e!I 

low'er (a.) 



---] ^^x Kni 
( KJ' I Silu 




LOWER THAN A-AN 



241 



LUSIGNAN 




II a-an ^ — s. 
11 another' p 
II he 
11 her 



" his '^'"^ /^^ -^""^ 



lu'cent 

Lucerne' 

lucerne' 

Lu'cia 

Lu'cian 

lucid 



(O 



. — . lucid'ity ^^. 
f 0_plu'cidly ( I 
lu'cidness 



II Its 

HI own (see its) 

II none 

.1 that ^-— . /''S'/^^ Lu'cifer ^j^^ ^^ /-J^X 

III one (see lhat)f Ai At ^ Lucife'rian * W 0^ ' o 



li the 

II this ^ — -^ 

III one (sec tbis)/^ ^ 

II your t 

III own (see your) 
II yours 

low'er (to let down) 
low'er (to be dark) 3 
low'cr-case i^^^\^ 

low'ered (let down) 
low'ered (darkened) 3 
low'eringly 3 /^~^ 
lowermost ' 
lowest ^ 

Low'-Ger'man (^ 
lowland 
Low'lander 
iow'lier 
I than 
low'liest 
low'lily 
low'liness 
low'-Iivcd -'^ 
low'Iy 
lov/^-minded 

low'-mindcdncsS/--^ 
Lowndes h '\^_j>r\ 

low'-ncckcd 

low'ness /""*— ^ 

low-pressure/^ 

Low'ry 

low-spirited 

low'-spiritcdness 

low'-studded 

low'-thoughtcd 
loy'al I 
loy'alism i 
loyalist i 
loy'atize x 
loy'alized 1 



^ *^ — -^ lucif'erous 

luci/'erously^-;;gN^,.'^ 
' uci'na ( \ 
ucin'da 



\^il 
'C?"? 



C 



va 




^ ^l-U CI 

r' \uck 

luck'ier 
/^^ 1 than ^ 
j-D luckiest / 

luck'ily 

luck'iness^ 
luck'less ( 
luck'lessly 

luck'lessness^ 

Luck'now 

luck'-penny 

luck'y 

luck'y-stone' 

lu'crativc 



lu'crativclJ^J= I' 
lu'cre ' V 



•.n.> 



'^fl$ 



^r 



^^- 



loy'ally i --'• 
loyalty i /v 
Loyo'la 
Loyson- ^-x^ 
loz'cnge ' «/ 
lo2'cnge-ahaped 

lubber ^J\ ^-^ /■"'*v-^\/^"g'8='' 

lubbcrliness/^ '^f -^ Y '>■ lueubri 



9 9^ 



Lucrece' ' 

Lucre'tia ^-^ 1 

Lucre'tian/ -^ 

Lucrc'tius 

Lucre'zia 

lu'cubrate/' 

lucubra'tion 

lu'cubrator^ 

lu'cubratory 

Lucul'lus 

Lu'cy ^^ 

Lud f'^J 

ud'gate 
lu'dicrous 
lu'dicrously ' 
lu'dicrousness 
Lud'low 
Lu'dovic y^ 
Lud'wig /^ 

lues L. /sx 
luff f ) 

luff'ing 

, I 
lug 

lug'gagc' 
lugged 



lumba'go 

lum'bar 

lum'ber 

lum'ber-car 

lum'ber-drier 

lum'bered 

lum'berer 

lum'ber-kiln 

lum'berman 

lum'bermen 

LUMBEKME' 

lum'ber-rcom 
lum'ber-wagon 

lum'ber-yard 

lu'minary 

luminif'erous 

luminos'ity^ 

lu'minous 

lu'minously, 

tu'minousness 

lump 

lumped 

lump'ier 

I than 

lump'iest 

lump'iness 

lump'ing 

lump'ish 

lump'ishly 

lump'ishness 

Lump'kin 

lump'-sugar 

lump'y 

I lump'y-jaw^'-i"^. 
^Lu'na \^. ( / 

lu'nacy 

lu'nar ^.-^i^ 
-> I caustic r '^ 
C^i month 

luna'rian 



r-:) 




r^r-by 



lubberly 
Lubbock 
LU beck 
Lu'bin 

lu'bricant 

lu'bricate 

lubrication 

lu'bricator 

lubrjc'ity 

lubrifac'tion 

LUBRIPACTION 

Lu'can 
Luca'nia 



gubrios ityr 




f ^f '^lu'pin 

_^ ^^ I lu'pul... 

ugu'briously/^ ^i^O— ^'V '^/-lu'pus L.^^^ 
ueu'briousncss / «<2^ lurch / JJo 



luna'tion , 

lunch 

lunch'-counter 

lunch'eon ^.-^J^>. /"^ 

'lunette' ft/ ( ' 

Luneville' 

lunic r^ n r^ 

lunger 
lung'less 
lu'niform 
lunkhead 
u'ny 3 
Lu'perca 
Lupcrca 
Luperca'lian 



lugu'brious 

1 

lug 

Luit'pold 

Luke 
luke 3 
lukc'warm 3 
lukc'warmly 3 
luke'warmnesi 3 
•jll 

lull'aby 
lulled 
lull'er 
lull'ingly 
Lully 
lumbag'inous 




r^ 



lurcher 
lure 3 
lu'rid 
lurk 

lurk'er 
urk'ing-place 
Lusa'tia 

lus'cioun ^^— J 
lus'ciously /OA, 
luB'cioutneas 
luth V — \ 

Lu'siad Z^^' 
Lusignan' 




fT 
^ 



••v^ 

^ 



^ 



LUSITANIA 



242 



LYTTON 



^ 



Lusita'nia ^^ ^^ 

Lusita'nian' l^ ^ ' i!_:? 

lust "^ 

lust'ed >-Ti 
lus'ter /"" ' 
lus'terless 
lust'ful j^ 

LUSTFUL-LYnfl 
lustfully V^ 

lust'fulness 

LUSTFULNESS 

lust'ier 

I than 

lust'iest 

lus'tily 

lus'tiness >^- 

lus'tral i\_ p 

lus'trate 

lustra'tion ^^^ 
lus'trous / U 
lus'trously 
lus'trum ^-ffl 
lusty /■" U^ 

lusus naturae L. 
lut'anist . 

lute 3 ^^^^ 

lut'er 3 

lule'-string 3 
Lu'ther n' 

Lu'theran - — ^ 

I Bible 

I Church 
Lu'theranism 

Lu'therism^^' 
Lu'therist * *'€r-^ 
lut'ist 3 
Lutz ,^v 

Luxembourg 
Lux'emburg 







r^ a 



Lux'or 

luxu'riance 

luxu'riancy 

LUXURIANCY, 

luxu'riant 
luxu'riantly 

luxu'riate 

luxu'riatingi 
luxuria'tion 

luxu'rious 

luxu'riously 

luxu'riousness 

lux'ury 

lycan'th'rope 

lycanthrop'ic 

lycan'thropist 

lycan'thropous 

lycan'thropy/^ 

Lyca'on 

lyce'um 

Lyc'ia 

Lyc'ian ^. 

Lyc'idas q ^ 

Ly'con 
Ly'cophron 
ly'copod "^ 
locopo'dium 

Lycur'gus _^ 
Lyd'gate -^^ 

yd'ia 
Lyd'ian^^ 
lye I /. Ju 
Ly'ell 
ly'ing-in' i 
ly'ingiy /'^ 
Lyl'y 
lymph 
^ymphat'ic 
lymph'-cell 




lymph '-corpuscle 
lymph'oid 
-lymphoid'al 
Y lymph'-vessel 
Lynch 
lynch 

„jj_plynch'-law N__ 

■ \7:: r r^ r^ 

lynx'-eyed 
_ Ly'on ."^Sl 

lyonnaise' 
Ly'ons 




M 



ma am 3 

Maas 

Mab 

Mabino'gion 

Macad'am 

macadairiza'lion 

macad'amize 

macad'amized 

macad'amizer 

Macaire' 

Macao 

macaque' 

macaroni 

macaro'nian 

macaron'ic 

macaroon' 

Macas'sar 

Macau'lay. 

macaw' x 

Macbeth' 

Maccabe an 

Mac cabees 

Maccabc'us 

Mac'clesfield 

Macdon'ald 

Macdonald' 

Macduff' 

mace 

mace'-bearer 

Macedo'nia 

Maccdo'ntan 

mac'erate 

mac'crating . 

maccra'tlon 

Macgrcg'or 

mache'le Sp 

Machi'as 

Machiavel'li 




^ 



machine'-work 

machin'ist 

Mad'vor 

Mack 

Mackay' ^— 

Macken'zie 

mack'erel 
mack'erel-boal 
mack'crel-sky 
Mack'ey,,— ^ 
Mackinac ' 
Mack'inaw 

Mack'intosh "^"^ 
MacMahon' F.^ 
MacMas'ter 
Ma' con 
Macpher'son 
macrame* 

Macrca'dy 

macroccphal'ic 

macroceph'alous 

mac'rocosm -- 

macrocos'mic 

mac'rodont 

macrodon'tism 

macrom'ctcr 

mac'ron 

mac'ropod 
mac'rotomc 
mac'ula L 
mac'ulae L 
mac'ular 
mac'ulate 
macula'tion 
mac'ulatorV' 




II one (see every) 

I everybody 

,11 else (see everybody)' 

I everything 

ti else (see everything) 

I him 






I himself 

I his ^ 

II mark 
I knovirn 
I manifest 

I many 

II a (see many) 
I mention 
I necessary 

I one 

more (see one) 
I plain 

I some 

II one (see somc).-^ — ^ 'Tj'~5> 
I somebody 

It else (sec somebodyl^tj 

I something 

II else (sec something) 

I the 

II best (cp. do the) 
I their 

,11 ov/n (sec their) 
I theirs .. ^ '^. 

I us J c) 

II appear 
II make 




^ 



) 



■^<. 



Machiavel'lian ^.-..^J^ — "X ./^ 
Machiavel'lianism \„/''^r 



Machiavcl'lic 
Mach'iavclism 
machic'olatc 
machicola'tion 
mach'ina L. 



mach'inal 

mach'inate 

mach'inaling 

machination 

mach'inator 

machine' 

machine'-bod 

machine'-gun -^ y 
machine-made t-^* 
machin'cry 

MACHINERY ^^^ 
mQchinc'-)hop J^^ 
machine'-tool 




O-O.V 



MacVeagh 

mad 3 
^ Madagas'can — ^ 

Madagas'car 
^^ mad'am 
^jnadamc' F. 

mad'brain 
ad'cap 



mad'dcn 3 
mad'dcning 3 
mad'der 3 
mad'dcr-brown' 
mad'der-car'mihe 
mad'dcr-rcd' 
m«d'dest 

MADDEST 

made 
MADE 

I acquainted 

I aware 



-^ 




-^ 




■t. 



X 



II move 
I way . 

I you 

II appear 

11 try . . .-^-^N, . . . . 
Madci'ra \ 

Madei'ran 
Madclaine 
mademoiselle' F. 
mad'housc j 
Mad'ison 
mad'ly 3 
mad'man 3 
mod'men 

MADMEN 

madness 3 
Mad'oc 
Madon'na 
Madras' 
Madra'20 
Madrid' 
mad'rigal 
. mad'rigalisl 
madro'fla 

mad'Htnnc 'T^ 









^' X ^ 




n 



1 



■-ri 



./xTTv.- Madu'ra 
^ Meccc'nas 



o^- 



243 



MAELSTROM 



244 



MAINTAIN THEIR 



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r 



Mael'strom 
maesto'so It. 
Maes'tricht 
maes'tro It 
Maffi'a 
magazine' 

MAGAZINE ^-s. 

magazine'-gun 

magazine'-rifle 

magazin'ing 

Mag'dala 

Mag'dalen 

Mag'deburg 

mage 

Magellan' 

Magellan'ic 
Magen'ta 
maggio're It 

mag'got 

mag'gotiness 
mag'golish 
mag'goty • 
Ma'gi L. 
Ma'gian 

Ma'gianism 

mag'ic 

mag'ical 

mag'ically 

magi'cia: 

magilp' 

Ma'gism ^'^■ 
magis'ter L, ,/—^ 
magiste'rial 
magiste'rially ''"y. 
magiste'rialness .^ 
mag'istery 
mag'istracy 
mag'istra! 
mag'istratc 
mag'ma L 
magmat'ic 
magnanim'ity 

MAGNANIMITY 

magnan'imous^^^ 

MAGNANIMOUS-LY 

magnan'imously 

mag'nate^ 

Magne'sia 

magne'sia 

magne'sian 

magne'sium 

magne'sium-Iamp 

mag'net 

magnet'ic 

MAGNETIC^— — 

magncl'ical 

magnet'ically 

MAGNETICALLY 

magnet'icalness 

magneti'cian 

magnet'icness 

MAGNETICNESS 

magnet'ics 

mag^netism 

MAGNETISM 

mag'netist 

mag'netite 

magnetit'ic 

magnetizabil'ity 

mag'netizable 

magnetiza'tion 

mag'nelize 

mag'nelized 

magneiizee' 

mag'netizer 



J- m 



^ 




^ -2 



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mag'netizing 
ag'neto 

magneto-elec'tric -^^ 

magneto-elec'trical 

magneto-electric'ifjT 

magnetom'eter, 

magnetomet'ric 

magnetom'etry^ 

magnetomo'tiv: 

mag'nifiable'^ 
Magnificat L. 
magnifica'4:ion 

MAGNIFICATION.^ 

magnificence ^^ 

MAGNIFICENCE-T-LY 

-^L/ magnificent "T^ 
/^ magnificently^-^Qi^ 
mag'nifier 

mag'nify ^ 
mag'nifying nL_ 
mag:'nifying-glass 

''^mag'nifying-lens 
i/j magniroquence^_ 

magnil'oquent 
^"y. magniroquently, 
^ mag'nitude^ 

magno'lia 

mag'num L 

Mag'nus 

Mag'nusen 

Mag'nusson 

Ma'gog 

mag'pie 

maguey' 

Maguire' 

Ma'g'js L, 
''^. Magyar' 
•^ Mahabha'rata Skr, 
'' Mahaffy 

Mahan' 

Mahanoy 

mahara'jah Skr. 

Mah'di - — u 
Mah'dian •! 
Mah'diism 
Mah'dism '• ^. 
Mah'dist -cf"^ 
Ma'her 
mahl'stick 
mahog'anize 
mahog'anized 
mahog'anizing 
mahog'any. _ 

mahog'any-brown'^ 

mahog'any-color 

Mahon'^ 

Maho'ny 

Mahoun' 
J y Ma'ia ^ 

^ maid 

mgid'en 

maid'enhair 

maid'enhead 

maid'enhood 

maid'enlike 




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mail'-carrier 
mail'-cart 

mail'-catcher 

mail'clad 

mail'-coach 

mail'-guard 

mail'ing-machine 

mail'-masler 

mail'-matter 

mail'-pouch 

mail'-route 

mail'-sack 

mail'-stage /^, 
mail'-train^-r^ J* 
maim / 

maim'edly 

maim'edness 

Maimonide'an 

Maimon'ides- 

Mai'monist 

main 

main'-beam 

main'-boom 

main'-brace 

majn'-deck 

Maine 

main'-hatch 

main'-hold 

main'Iand 

main'Iy 

main'mast 
main'-pin 
main'-post 
main'prise 
main'prised 
main'prising 
main'sail 
main'sheet 
^main'spring 
main'stay 
maintain' 






^1^ 



..^ 





maid'enliness 

maid'enly '"'^'y^- 
^hmaid'servant / 
>Maid'stone 



'^. ti man (cp. take a) 
•1 I an-and 
J_^ another 

II one (see another) 

I her --J , 

II own (see her) 

I hers 

I his _ 

II own (see his) 

A I it 
I its ,. -^zi^^ 

ji own (see its) | 

I no 

II one (see no) 

I nobody 

II else (see nobody) 
I none ~ 
I nothing 
It more (see nothing) 

I one _ 

II another (see one) 

T^^^iO::-* ( ^ (___p II own (see one's' 



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oneself 
I several 
"11 other (see several) 

I such 

II a (see such) 

I that _..<^ij^. 

II one (see that) / 
I the 

(I most (cp, take the 
I their 




MAINTAIN THEIR OWN 



245 



MALEVOLENT 



II own 

I theirs^ 

I them 

II that (see them) 

I themselves .---:4_^^...-;i^^-. 

I this ^X \o 

II one (see this) 

I us ...^,,,^^.... 

I your ^_^ 

II own (see your) 
I yours — -TTi^^. 
I yourself C 

maintain'able 

maintainor 

maintain'ing 

maintain'or '^ 

main'tcnance 

Maintenon' 

main'top 

main'-yard 

Mainz 

maitre F. ^ 

maize 

maize'-bird 

maizc'-oil 

maize'-smut 

majcs'tic 

majes'tical 

majes'tically 

majcs'ticalness 

majes'ticnes3^'~> 

majesty / "^ 



II own (see her) 
,^r:i^^^^...i hers ..^ 
^ I herself 



_^. 



I him 

I himself^ 
I his 



ir own (see his) 
.-^^i^^^i interest 
T lit 



M appear 

..-r:»^_^ -TTi,_^iii that (see appear) 

^ ^ II certain 




iM that 
II clear 

II his 

III own (see his) 
, II known ^-^-^^jj^ 

II out 
II plain 

II quite 

III a (see quite) 




M seem 

^^^^1 its 

II own 



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7 




Major'ca ^ — -^ 
Major'can ■/__ 
major-do'mo 
ma'jor-gcn'eral 
ma jor-gcn*cralship 

MAJOR-GENERALS 

major'ity 

MAJORITY 

I of cases 



II men 
ma'jorship 
majus'cula L 

majus'culx ^■^^~y /^ "^ /^ 

majus'cule (^-^ cr-~-^ 

Makart' 

make 

I a 

II man (cp. take a) 
I an-and 

I another 

II one (see another) 

I believe 
I bold „ 
I certain 

I every 

II one (sec every) 
I everybody 
ti else (ace everybody) 
I everything 
H else (see everything) 

I fatt 

I for 

II a (see for) 
t free 

I ha»tc _. -^ 

I hay ' 

I head 
I headway 
( her 



I mention 
I money. 
I no 

711 more (see no) 
I none 

I nothing 

II more (see nothing) 
one 

more (see one) 

I one's 
own (see one's) 
oneself 



L.<-r> .. 

:e I 




■-^ 



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out 
part 
"ace 

I several 

II other (sec several) 
I some 

■^^ y^ \\ one (see sojne)" 
,/~ f I somebody 

M else (see somebody) 

I something 

II else (see somclhinR) 

I such 

II a (sec such) 
I sure ..'r7> /> — ^?T> n.. 

I that L V 

II one (see that) 

I the ...-c^ 

II most (cp. take t 
I their 

'ii own (see their) 
I theirs 

I them 

II that (tec them) 
I themselves t^^^ — .<Trt — ^.-rr* — _.. 

I this ( ^ b 

II one (tee this) 
,up • ^^—7 ■ 
I ua ** 

I war- 

II upon 

HI a (tee upon) 
I you 

I your 

II own (oee your) 

^ yourt ..^rt>*-^..-'^':' > ^ ^ ..^Tf*^—. 
I yourself C b » 



make'-belief 

makc'-belicve 

mak'er 

make'-ready 
make'shift 
make'-up 
make'weighi 
mal F. --T-. 

I a propos F 
ina'Ia L. 

I f^de L. 

I fides L 
Mal'abar 
Malac'ca. 
Mal'achi 
mal'achite 
maladapta'tion 
maladdress' 
maladjust'ment ,,^~J^.^-^ 

MALADJUSTMENT ^l^y^ 

maladministra'tion 

MALADMINISTRATION 

maladroit' 
maladroil'ly'' 

maladroit'ness^ 

mal'ady 
Mdl'aga 

Malagas'y 

malaise' F. 

malapert 

mal'apertly , 

mal'apertnass 

malappro'priate 

Mal'aprop 

maTapropisni 

malapropos'^ 

ma'lar 

mala'ria'' 

mala'rial 

mala'rialist 

mala'rian^ 

malarimax'ilary 

mala'rious 

malassimila'tion^ 

Malay' 

Malay'an - 

Malay '-Poly ne'sian 

Malay'sian 

Mal'colm CTV; — ""^^/^'t. 
malconceivcd' 
malconforma'tion 
malconstruc'tion ,^^^ ,_... 

MALCONSTRUCTION J^U[j 




.'-4"4. 



~-J-~-D 



malcontent 
malcontent'ed ^-^ 
malconlenl'cdiy 
malcontent'ed ness 

malcontent'ly,---s/ Jj 
malcontenl'ment 

MALCONTENTMENT 

Maiden ^^ 

male -p-J J 

maledic'tion 
maledictory 
malefaction 

■MALEFACTION 

malefactor 

malcfac'treai 

malefic 

malerically ^W^t^ 
.malef iccncc^W ' ^ ^^ 

maleficent 

Maleiiherbcs' 
.malevolence 
•malevolent 




^vX^ 



-''K^- 



MALEVOLENTLY 



246 



MANIPULATION 



malev'olenlly 

malexecu'tion 

Ma'Iey 

malfea'sancc 

malforma'tion 

malformed^ 

Malibran' J^ 

ma'lic ^ — J- ^ 

mal'ice 

mal'iceless 
mali'cious 
mali'ciously 

m a li ' c io u s n ess .-^-s/a^if 
malidentifica'tion 




malt'-master 
mait'men 
MALTMEN 
malt'-mill 
malt'ose 
maltreat 
^^maltreat'ment 
^-^ malt'ster 
malt'y 

^ — J^Q-A ..-—J: 4^ Mal'vern 

malversa'tion 
Malvo'Iio ^ 
mama' 3^— J 



MALIDENTIFICATION 

malign' ^ /\ 

malig'nancc 
malig'nancy 

MALIGNANCY 

malig'nant (^^^^ 

MALIGNANT-LY 

malig'nantly 

maiign'er 

malig'nity 

malign'ly 

malin'ger^— 

malin'gerer 

malin'gery 

malison 

mal'kin 

mall I ^ 

mal'Iard .j— / 

mallcabil'ity 

mal'leable,.^ — / \ 

mal'leableize 

malleableized 

malleableizing 

mal'leablencss 

mal'let 

mal'leus L. ^ 

Mal'Iock ■"—/" 

mal'low 

Malloy' ^ 
maira,^^— Ja -^ 
Malmaison 
Malmes'bury 
malm'sey 
malo dor 

malo'dorous 

malo'dorousn 

Malone' 

Malo'ney 

Mal'ory .^—7 

Malpi'ghi 

Malpi'ghian 

malposi'tion 

malprac'tise 

malpracti'tioncr 

malpresenta'lion 

malt 

Mal'ta ^--1 

maU'-barn>— / *■ 

malt'-dricr ] 

malt'-dust ^. ^• 

Malte-Brun' ^ ^^ v -r~^ ^ 

Maltese' T^l- 

malt'-extract 

malt'-floor '^~-^' 

malt'-housc 

Mal'thus ^_ 

Malthu'sian >> — J v3 /^ 

Malthu'sianism ^~^ ^<C> 

malt'in 

malt-kiln 

malt'man 




I 



■rM 



) Mambri'no 
mam'eluke 
jmam'ma L. 
mam'mae L. 
mam'mal 
M am ma' 1 ia .-— --^ 
mamma'lian 
■ mammalog'ical 
mammal'ogist,^ 
mammal'ogy 
mam'mary^,— .,.,^ 
imam'mate 
mam'miform 
: — =,mammiria L. 
mammil'lse L. 
mam'millar 
'o\ mam'millary^ 
mammil'liform' 
mam'milloid 

mammi'tis ''"^^"'^ 
Mam'mon 1 

, mam'monish 

mam'monism 
mam'monist """^ 
mammonis'tic 
^mam'monite - — ^ 
■^ mammoniza'tion ' 

mam'monizc 
\ mam'moth '" ^-f~~ 
/ Man ' 

man 
MAN 
I of war. ,T-=, .,, 
man'acle 
^man'age 
I a-an 
I his 

ii own (see his)' 
I the 
I us 
1 you 

manageabil'ity 
- man'ageable 
nan'ageableness 
man'ageably " 
, man'agement 
man'ager ^ — --— ^ 
manage'rial '/-' 
man'agership 
man'-ape 
Manas'sas .-<T^ 
"AManas'seh 

man'-at-arms 

manatee' . 
Man'cha 
Manche 'i~'\ • 
Man'chester — ^ 
man'-child 
Manchu'ria' " 
manda'mus L. 
qiandarin' 




^^--/i?' 



nd^^ ^ 



bility / 



\ 



mandarin'ate 

'mandarin'ic 

mandarin'isirr" 

mandat' F. -^ ~^ 
man'datary I. 
man'dale 

^^•man'datory 
<— -/ I Man'deville 
man'dible 
mandib'ular 
mandib'ulary 
mandib'uliform 
mando'Ia 
man'doiin 
man'dolinist 
Mandrago'ra 
man'drake 
man'drel 
man'drill 
mane 
man'-eater 
mandge' F. """^^^ 
mane'Iess ^ 

ma'nes L. 

Man'etho 

maneu'ver 

maneu'verer 

Man'fred 
man'ful ''""' 
MANFUL-LY 

man'fully 
man'fulness 

^MANFULNESS 

man'ganate 
manganese' 
mangane'sian 

_mangan'ic 

manganif'erouT 

man'ganous 
? mange 
'man'gel-wurzel 

man'ger 

man'gily- 
iman'giness 

man'gle 

man'go 

man'grove 

man'gy 

man'-hater 

Manhat'tan 

man'hole 

man'hood 

ma'nia - 

n^^'niac 

mani'acal 

Maniche'an 

man'icure 

man'ifest 

man'ifestable 

MANIFESTABLE 

manifesta'tion 

man'ifested- 

man'ifestly 

man'ifestness 
I- manifestne'ss 

manifes'to 
/ man'ifold 

man'ifoldly 

man'ifoldness 
yman'ifold-paper 
..man'ikin 

Manil'a 

manip'ular 

manip'ulate 
' manipula'tidn 






4 '^. ^^r 



"^ 





MANIPULATIVE 



247 



MARENGO 




^ 



.^, 



rr -^ 



■y 



manip'ulative 
manip'ulator 
manip'ulatory 
Manislee'''^^-^' 
man'ito I 

Manitoba' 
Manka'to ""^ — 
mankind' • 

man'lier 

man'liest 
man'like 
man'liness 

Man'lius 

man'Iy 

man'-madc 

man'-midwife 

man'-milliner^ 

Mann 

man'na 3 

man'ner 

MANNER 

man'nerchor G. 

Man'nering-' 

man'ncrism 

mar/ncrist 

man'ncrlcss^ — t^ 

man'nerlincss 

man'ncrly - (^^. 

Mannheim / 

Man'nian 

Man'ning 

mannish y>— ^^^^ . 

man'nishly 

man'nishncss 

Mano'ah ....-r^ 

man-of-war'^^P 

man-of-war's'-man 

man'or ... 

man'or-housc' 

mano'rial 

man'or-scat 

man'-powcr 

Man'sard ■'"'^y^ 
manse ,\ 

man'-scrvant 

MAN SERVANT 

Mans'ficid 
man'sion 
man'sionary 
man'slaughter^ 

MANSLAUGHTER 

man'jiayer 
man'stealcr^- 
man'suctudc 
man'ta Sp.- 
Mantali'ni 
mantcau' F. 

manlcaux' F. 

man'tcl 

man'tclboard 

man 'Id -clock- — - — r^-^ 

man'tclpiccc '"""'''— ^/^ 

man'icl-shcif Y^ \o 

man'icliree 

mantilla^ 

man'tlc 

man'Irap 

Man'tua ^ 

man'tua-ma 

Man'tuan ■ — - — \ 
man'ual J 

man'ually 

Man'ucI 
Manuel' Sp, ■ 
rn^inufac'iory 



manufac'ture 

MANUFACTURE 

manufac'turer 
manumis'sion 
manumit 

manure' 

manure'-fork 
\ ma'nus L, 
man'uscript 

MANUSCRIPT 
■=^Manu'lius 
man'-worship 

Manx -— .^ 

*"— :a^y-^ Manx'man 

Manx'men 

,*^-^^'^^^ MANXMEN ^-^ 
^,,_^ Manxwoman 
' Manx'womcn 

MANXWOMEN 

5;_^ ma'ny 



II man 
accounts- 
advantages 

an-and g 

another 




T v^questions 



■-V^; 



.TV ^-^ 



-^^ 





I one (see another) 




cases 

circumstances 

countries 

dangers 
days 
deaths 
decisions 



deficiencies-— -..^Jj 1 9 
designs \ (r^ 



(5 ~| maraud 



such 
II a (see such) 
I that 
I things 

I think 

II that (see think) 
I thousands 
I times 
I tons 

I variations 
I ways 

I who 

II are (see who) 
I witnesses 
I works 
I worlds 

ma'ny-headed 

ma'ny-minded 

ma'ny-sided 

ma'ny-sidedness 

ma'nyways 

ma'nywise 

MANYWISE 

marfzani'ta 
Ma'ori 
map 3 
mapped 3 
ma'ple 
ma'ple-tree 
mar 3 

maranath'a 
maraschi'no It. 

maras'mic 
maras'mus 
Marat' 

Mar'athon ,^^^/^ 
Maratho'nian 



- 'T-i^-t^.. 






do 

It a (see do)-.? 
doubt 

duties 
effects, 
evidences 
facts 
fears, 
feel 
forms 
friends 
functions 
generations 
grounds -^--»ij—.- 
have ^5 

I a (see have) 
hundreds 
instances 

inventions 

intentions 

kinds 

know 

more . .^ _ 

I than (see more) 

nations 

objections— „_^ 

nccaiioni 

of 
I his (see of) 

parts 

people 

persons . — .,_ 

<4u;tr tci % 



'"'^'-.ti^ - -''■'*^«WJ.,| • • 






"^ 



Uimaraud'er 
maravc'di 
mar'bic 

mar'ble-cutter <^'V ' 

,.. j^^.. mar'blc-edged <^ if ^ ^\ 

^ Mar'blchcad \^__X-/ 

mar'ble-heartcd 
mar'blcizc 
mar'bleizcd 
mar'blcizing 
mar'blcr 
y, mar'btc-workcr 

' Mar'burg 
marca'to It 
Marccau' 

Marcclli'nus ./""^—^ ./^ J^ 

Marcel'Ius <r-<^ ' ^r^" —^f 

March 

march 

march'cr 

Marchc'si 

mar'chioncss 

marc 

march'linc 

march'man ^ 
morch'mcn- — •'V-^ 

MARCHMBN 

march'panc 
£ Marcia'nus . 
Marcus 
Mar'cy 
Mordi' F 
mare 
marc L. 
I clausum L. 
Marcn'go 



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248 



MARTINET 



mare's-nest 

Mar'garei 

mar'garin 

Margaux 
mar'gin 
mar'ginal 
margina'lia L 



mark'er 

mar'ket 

I price 

marketabirity 
mar'ketable ~ 
mar'ketableness 

iiidigiiiii im L«. ->. >. >. mar'ket-basket 

mar'ginally^— -''■'^^^ ,— ^^-^y .^ ^^ mar'ket-day 

mir'trJn-jti- y > — ^ * ma r'kctcr '^ 

J^ mar'ket-garden 
mar'ket-gardener 
mar'ket-house 
mar'ketman 

mar'ket-master 

.j^^^mar'ketmen 




mar'ginatc 
mar'giniform 
mar'gravate 
mar'gravc 

mar'gravine 

mar'guerite 

Marguerite' 

Mari'a 

Mari'a It. Sp 

Ma'rian 



Marie' F. 

Mari'cnbad 
Mariet'ta 

mar/igold 
mar'inate 
Marinette' 

marine' 
I boiler 
I corps 
I railway 

mar'ine 

Ma'rio 

Mariol'ater 

Mariol'atry 



MARKETMEN 
'^mar'ket-place 
mar'ket-town 
Mark'ham^ 
mark'ing-gage 
mark'ing-ink 
mark'ing-iron 
Marks 
marks'man 

marks'manship 

MARKSMANSHIP 

marks'men 

MARKSMEN 

marks'woman 
marks'women 

JMARKSWOMEN, 

.,-■ — -/''^marl 

Marl'borough 

marl'ier 

marl'iest 

mar'Iine 
y;?mar'linespike /^ 
-T^-iT Mar'lowe 

marl'pit 

marl'stone 

marl'y 

Mar'maduke 

mar'malade /TK 

Mar'mion*?'"^^^ '^ 

Mar'mora 

marmo'rea! 

marmo'rcan 

mar'moset 




■^^^^- 




II own (see her) 
I hers 
I his 
own (see his) 

I into 

II a (see into) 

I it y\ 
i its '^^^^Z^ \ 

II own (see its) 

I that 

II one (see that' 

I the 

II man (cp. take the) 

I them 

II that (see them) 
1 themselves v- • 

I this v^^;^^ ':^^^y\ 

none (see this) 



Mar'ryat .. 
mar'rying 3 

Mars 
Marsa'Ia 
Marseillais' 
Marseillaise 
Marseilles 
Marsh 
marsh 
Mar'shal 
<fmar'shal 
mar'shaling 
Mar'shall 
Mar'shalltown 
Mar'shalsea ., 

mar'shalship (T^t^ 

MARSHALSHIP 

marsh'-fever 



b^ 




:• _.^^-^-« 



^ <:r'^f\ Marsupia'Iia 
V^marsi 




mark 

I a 

II man (cp. take a) 
I an-and 

I hjs 

II own (see his) 

I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 

I that 

II one (see that) 
I the 

I their 

II own (see their) 
I theirs 

I them 

II that (sec them) 
I themselves 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I us 
I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 
1 yourself 

mark'cdly 



marsh'-gas_^^^ 

marsh -grass 

marsh'ier 

'marsh'iest 

marsh'iness 

marsh'Iand 

marsh'-mallow 

marsh'y 

Mars'ton 

marsu'piaL. ^- ^ A^ 

marsu'pial-'"^^J^~^ V-— ^/ >/ 





I ceremony 
marriageabil'ity 3 
mar'riageabie 3"^ o 
mar'riageableness sx 
mar'ried 3 

I life ^^ 
mar'row 3 

mar' row-bone 3 
mar'rowfat 
mar'rowless 3 




upia'Iian 

marsu'pian 

|-marsu'piate,^^.^/rf 
marsu'pium L. 
Mar'syas 
mart 

Martel' ^-^ 
mar'tel 

mar'ten A 

r'text^-^/J* 
mar'tial 
mar'tialism 
mar'tialisl, 
mar'tiahze 
mar'tialized ^ 

mar'tializing<:r*^,/v 
mar'tially 

msr'tialness ^_^ 

NTcir'tian <r^iy^ 

Mar'tin 

mar'tin ?, 

Mar'tineau ^—^y^] 

mar'tinet 




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MARTIN ETISM 



249 



MATTER-OF-COURSE 



mar'tinetism 
Martinez'..^ — *.•*— i".- 
mar'tingalc a"~ 
Martinique' 
Mar'iinmas. 
mar'tyr 3 
mar'lyrdom £: 
mar'tyrcd 
martyriza'lion 

mar'tyrize ^r^^i 
mar'tyrized ^ 
mar'tyrizing 

martyrolog'ic ^^^^ 
martyrolog'ical 
martyrorogisl 
martyrol'ogy ,^-7- 

mar'tyrship ^d'^^'^f^: 
mar'vel 

mar'vcling 

Mar'vell 

mar'vclous 

inar'velously 

mar'velousnc: 

Marx 

Ms'ry 

Ma'ryland 

MARYLAND 

Ma'rylander 

Masca'gni 

mascot 

mas'culine 

mas'culinely. 

mas'cultneness 

masculin'ity 

mash 3 

mash'cr 3 

Masho'naland 

mash'-tub 

mash'y 3 

mask 

mas'kalonge 

mask'-ball 

mask'cr 

mas'kinonge 

Ma'son 

ma'son 

masonic 

ma'sonry 

Mas'ora 

Mpsorct'ic 

Masorct'ical 

Mas'oritc y^ 

Maspcro' ^— jjvi 
masquerade' 
masquerad'cr 
mass 3 
Massachu'setts 

MASSACHUSETTS 

mas'sacre 
massage' 

massa'gist " — :», 
matsasau'ga '<i>^ 
mass'-book 
mais^' •' — s. 
massed 3 •/ 
Massfna' 
Massenet' 
mass£'-shot 
mas'seter 

masseteric 
masseur' F. 
masseuse' F 
Mas'scy 
mass ier 3 
masi'iest 3 



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^-*-. 



nv 



Mas'sillon ^ 

Massillon' F.^— t^ 
mass'iness 3 
Mas'singer 

^ -emass'ive 

mass'ively 

mass'iveness 
mass'-meeting 3 
Masso'rah 
,--<rt Massow'eh 
]^ mass'y 3 
mast 3 



7- 



n. 



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/— yy- mas'ter 3 

cr ^^ ^y.mas*ter-at-arms' '<Z>' 

<r — -^ff mas'terdom '^^ 

T' mas'tered ^_^^^ 

MASTERFUL-LY 
mas'terfully 





mas'terfulness 
MASTERFULNESS" 
mas'tcrhood ^— ^ 
mas'ter-key 1 
mas'terless J 
mas'tcrlessness 
mas'terliness 
mas'terly 

mas'terpiece - — :<: 
tnas'tership 3 L '<Z::>J 



' N- match'lock 3 
■^_p match'-maker 3 
match'-making 3 

match'-safc 
mate 
male'less 
»/.ma'ter L. 
■, . — :^ mate'rial 
1 body 

I consideration 
^"^ I distinction 
I Tallacy, 
I fault 
_ mate'rialism. 
{nate'rialist 

' — 1\ materialis'tic 
u materialis'tical 
material'ity! 
-— ^ materializa'tion 
\r~~^ mate'rialize^ 
mate'rialized 



^^y-n mate'rially 



''~7V-^>-r^ 



rY<^^ 



mas'tersinger 
mas'ter-spring » 

mas' ter-strokc •<::::>* 
master-touch 

mas'terwork ^ > — 

mas'tery y<^^ i/^ 

mast'head 

mas'tic 

mas'ticable 

masticate 

mas'ticatcr 

mastica'tion 

mas'ticator 



,%- 



■^ 



1 



mate'rialness 
materiel' F. 

Mater'na 
mater'nal 
mater'nally 
mater'nily 
mathemat'ic 
''^mathemat'ical 

mathemat'ically 

mathemati'cian 

mathemat'ics 

Math'er 

Math'cw 

Mathi'as 

Matil'da ^^ 

matin --/ I- 

mat'inal 



r\x 



i_3 



' ft- /matinee' F. 



^i: 




mat'rass 
ma'tres L. 

ma'triarch 
matriar'chal 
matriar'chalism 
mast'less 3 ''^^ '^- '^ mafricidal J(^ P 

mastoccip'ital f I j^y^" "mat'ricide ^x^ -v^ 

mas'todon J matric'ulant 

mastodon'tic ^^\_ ^A ^^A matric'ulate 
mas'toid r Liimatricula'tion 

mastoid'eal J I Y matric'ulator 

mastoid'ean ^J- — -'"oa '~S_ njatrimo'nial 
mastoiditis n* .. I" /matrimo'nially 

mastopari'etal J^ |v^, ^^ mat'rimony 

mas'turbate ^— ^ 
masturba'tion \, 

** "*" ^^ mat'ronage 

■ ■ ?|mat'ronaI 
Ima'tronize 
ma'lronized 



masturba'tional 
mas'turbator 



'—» ,—fi. ma'tnx 

L^ 1 ma'tron 




mas'turbatory 

mast'y 3 

mat 3 
— ! Malabe'le ^ 

Matabe'leland 

matador' ^rt 
*^, Matamo'ros T 

Matan'zas 

match 3 • — y 

match'able 3 •/ 
match'ablencss 3 



^ 









ma'tronizing ^t^— 
ma'tronlike l_a^^ 
matronly V 

' I matter 
•C) MATTER : .-- 




- — \_m«tch'-box '"-( ^ - — ^ .'~> 

.0' match'er 3 •/" \ c •/ •/'•''mat'tercd 



"match'er 3 
match'-joint 



I of course 

II fact ,, ^ 

importance^ 
life and death 

H record 



n 



V^ II 

^'^mi 

-->, match'lesi 3 ^"^-o -"-yk '~lfr>~rS> mat'tcrlcss 

ff" malch'Icsily 3/ -f 1 matter-of-course 



Mat'lcrhorn 



malch'ICBsnesi 3 




MATTER-OP-COURSE 



MATTER-OF-FACT 



250 



MAY EMPLOY 



mnt*ter-of-fact' 
MATTER-OF-FACT, 

mat'tery ^ ■~^<' 

Matthew ■ — > 
Matthews i" 
Matthias 
mat'ting 3 
mat'tock -->, 
mat'tress 
matur'able p^ 
mat'urant -->/^\ 
mat'urate 
mat'urating 
matura'tion 
mat'urative 




I abrogate 
I accomplish 

I account 

II for (see account) 
I acquire 
I also 



>■— -rt II be 
.(|)i always 
II be 



^,, 




I appear 

II that (see appear). 
I arrive 

I as well 

in be (see as well) 
ascertain 




II last ^ 

II made , — J 
II maintained 



^^ II mentioned 
^— / / II occasioned 




I assail 
I assemble. 
I associate 
I attribute 
I balance 
I be 

^_^^ II able 

'^rt III to (see able). 



II offered 

II one 

III more (sec one) 

II only 

III one (see only) 

II perceived ,-— >. - .■?T^^....,.-r^.. 

II perfect-ly ^""^ \_ ^ 

II placed 

II prevented- 

jf questioned 
11 quite 



n;- 




^ -^^ 



mat'work 
matz'oth Heb 
maud'lin 
maud'linism ^^ 
Mauds'ley ^. /_^ 
mau'ger 

maul 

Maumee' 

maun'der * 

maun'derer 

Maupassant 

Maureta'nia 

Mau'rice 

Maurita'nian 

Mauri'tius 

mausole'um 

Mauso'lus 

mauve 

mav'erick 
ma'vis 
maw 1 

mawk'ish 
mawk'ishly 
mawk'ishncss 
Max 

maxilla L. 
maxil'Ise L 
max'illar 
max'illary 
maxil'ljform 
maxilloju'gal 
maxillopal'attne 
maxillotur'binal 
max'im 
max'ima L, 
max'imal 
max'imally 
Maximia'nus 
Maximi'nus 
max'imist 
maximiza'tion 
maximize 
max'imized ^— -w, 
max'im-monger 
max'imum 
Max'imus 
Max'well, 
May 
may 
MAY 
t abridge 



1 



^ 





II acquainted 

II acquired 

II afraid 

II alarmed 

.11 also 
-II always 

II as well 

III! as (see as well), 

II attributed 

II authorized 

II avoided 

II awakened- 

II aware 
y^ III of (see aware) 
-; — -j^V^ii balanced 

II believed 

II blamed 

II calculated 

II called 

til for 

II careful-Iy. 

11 carried 
'f~> — ^ 11 cast 

<^jii certain ^— *- — <■ 
' II changed 

II characterized 

II charged -- — -<— 

II chosen 

M claimed 

II considered.^-* 

II effected 




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n -^ O 





employed 
II executed . 
II expected 
II felt 

il found 

II gradual-ly 

II great 

II greatly 

II greater 

HI than 

II his 

11 impossible 

II inclined 

ti just - — ^^ 

II as (see just) 

II justiBed 
^-r-^ II kept ...^r^-.. 

II known ^ 

II left 
,,- — <v II likely 

y 111 to (see likely) 




as (see quite)^^-^ -^-^ ^ 
II reasonable-y 
II received 
ti reconciled 
II referred 
II reported 
II required 
II right 
II said 
Ml to have . 
II shown 
II so 

II some 

III one (see some) 

II somebody 

III else (see somebody) 

II somehow 

III or other (see some- 
II something [how) 
Ml else (see something) .. 

II sometime ""'^rr^ 
^r-^.- Ml or other (see some- 

^ II somewhere [time) 

III else (see some-^^.-g—.^y' 
n subject [where) 
n subjected 
II successful 




r^- 



II sure 

II surrounded 

i> the 
..III next (cp. do the).- 



■■V 



■-^- 



II told 
tried--^?^ 



■^~1- 



■n 



■ II very 

sure (see very).-!^;*^^.^..-^^^^^-— ^/^ 

uvnrth ' n 




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II worth 
II wrong 

II you 

III are (see you) 
I believe 
I blame 
I break 

I bring 

II a (see bring) 
t carry 
I cease 

71 certainly 
I characterize 

I collect 

I consider ..-rr-; 

II a (see consider) 

I effect 

II a (see effect) 
I employ 



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MAY EXERCISE 



251 



McCALL 




■X ^ 



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I exercise 

I fail .,- — % y' _..>cr>, ^rr^, .1. 

I finish K^ K^ 

I grant 
I gratify 
I greatly 

I have 

II a (see have)...iTr^ .-ttt-^ ... 

I he ^ V^ 

II be 

II have 

III a (see have) 

II know 

III a (see know) 
II not 

Ml be (see not) 
I impart 
I impress 
I improve 
I inquire - — ^— -^ .. 

I it 

II have 

III a (sec have),--,.. 

II not ^ 

III be (see not) 
II place .^.»_^ 

II please ^s^ 

III the 

nil court ..^ 

in your honor ^^ 

I just 

II as (see just)--rrr^.. 
I justify / 
I know 

n a (see know) 
I last 

I let 

II their (sec let) 

I like 

II a (see like) 
I likewise 
I make 

n a (see make) 
I mention -— ^^ 
I moreover 

I move 

II a (see move) 
I necessarily 
I never 

H be (see never)" 
I nevcrlhclesi 
I no doubt (see no) 

I not ..^--^^.^ .. 

II admit 
n aid 

ni a (see aid). 
II announce 
II anticipate 
II ascend . 
n ascertain 
11 assail 

11 attain ..^^ .. 
N attempt y^ 

II awaken 

11 be 

Ml done (see be) 

M become 

H bestow. 

II cost 

n change 

M design 

M differ 

II do 

Ml a (see do) 

M expect 






V 




I find I they 

H a (see find).^ ^ -^,-..11 have (see they)^:-rT^ 

I have ^ ^^ ^ I think ( 

III a (see have) 11 so (see think) 

I intend ..^ '■^%_>.,^ •'-:a^.s^i this ..-^tt^ 

II a (see intend) v^ 11 one (see this) ( 

I know 1 understand / 
in a (see know) ^^^ ^ '""*— --1 ^—"" ^ ' unnecessarily ..tt-..^' 

II make 1 vouch " 

in a (see make) 1 want 

n now --v-~s I ..-:i__^^.^----^. II a (see want).- — c^ 

I observe ^ff 1 we 

II occasion ir do (see we) 
II often -^i>_3 --.^ ^rj^^.. II know ..-rr> 

only V^ y^ in a (see know) 1 

pay I work 

II put :.^ -.-^ — -r^ n a (see work) 

n it (see put) \ j 1 wrong 

II say ' « a (see wrong) 

n so (see say).-^. <^ ^ 1 you 

I take J ) \ II have (see you) 

1 understand ) Ma'ya ^^ 

I weigh ..-r:^ "t:^.,,.. — ^_,^ May-apple •'• 

now J ^ may'be 

occasion maybe 

offer ^^-> — Z) :fTT;rr->..,^r77*T>v-.-May'-day --—*>. --r-j 

II a (see offer) t LMayence' I 
often May er 

II be (see often).^ yr7r>, "-^x:^^ May'er G. 

one Vn ^^— V May'flower 

I another (see one) May'-game 
only >— t ^ ^ ^ ^ ^"^l.x _-<TT*x^^.may'hap 
part may'hem 
perceive Ma'yo 

perhaps.,-rH\f ^-tt^v- >;rrc>^-.-.. mayonnaise' ^^ 

presume ^ N. jr- ^ may'or ' 

prevent 1 of Baltimore 

II a (see prevent).<rHEv...<rr;*v...<-HV n Boston 

probably N*-* N>-i \ 11 Brooklyn 

proceed 11 Buffalo 

producc-rrtiev. .--rrsy <rr7Cy-. H Chicago 

profit \> \ )^ II Cincinnat 

prove t H Cleveland 

a (see prove) -^Tr*y.....<7:^.....<rr«v....M Detroit 
purchase ^ ^J" • / " In<iianapolis 

question 9. ■? ° » Newark 

reason ,--p» ..— ./ ^'—•X w New Orleans 

refer — n New York 

reflect ^ 5~ ? — jiiii City 

regard ^— ./^- ^ — <, — -^ 'n Rochester 

regret | 11 San Francisco' 

relinquish yt yt/w St. Louis 

reply ''~>/'^^ ' — ^^ '' — " S*- Paul 
reward -^ may'oralty 

say may'oress 

II so (see say).^xrr7-v ....,<rr>^.. .. — 5— ^ mayor's court 
seem ) ) may'orship 

serve o ) May'-pole V/^ 

share -— tt — <r^.... -^-ip- — ^ May'-qucen^r--* V 
sometime _y Mazarin' 

1 or other (see some- 1 maze '''^^ 

such [time) Mazcp'pa ^r^ \' 

I a (see such). -e^-Tr-^r?* — .^^^.-^ma'ziiy 

surely \ ' ^ ma'zinesa '''^. 

that ,. -rT>n..,.*f?r^.....»T^ mazur'ka ^_p 

I one (see that) ^ ^ 4.-^ ma'zy 

the Mazzi'ni ^^'^ — 1 

inext(cp. do the) McAd'ams -.-^ i ^^ 

their ."-*«• ^— n/-^-^ ^ McAllister 

I own McAr'dIc . ^ 

theirs '" ^ "•"'^^^ -...*tt^ Mc'Avoy ^ 

then C McBridc 

there McCabc -,-v - — »«r-. 

1 be (ice there) McCiif frcy N -i 

therefore -^ '' ') "i McCull' 




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McCANN 



252 



MEDICINE 



McCann' 

McCar'thyy^ 

McClain' 

McClel'lan 

McClelland 

McClos'key 

McClure' 

McCon'nell 

McCord' 

McCor'mack 

McCor'mick 

McCosh' 

McCoy' 

McCul'Iough 

McDer'mott 

McDon'ald 

McDon'nell 

McDon'ough 

McDou'gail 

McDowell 

McFadden 

McFar'lan 

McFar'land 

McGar'ry 

McGec' 

McGiir — ^ 

McGin'nis 

McGin'ty 

Mc'Gowan 

McGrath 

McGreg'or 

McGuf'fey. 

McGuire' 

McHugh' 

Mc'Ilvain 

Mc'Intosh 

Mc'Intyre 

McKee' 

McKees'port 

McKen'na 

McKen'zie 

McKeown' 

McKib'ben 

McKin'ley 

McKin'ney 

McKnight' 
McLaugh'lin 
McLean" ^ 
McLeod""^^ — I 
a'hon a| 






mead'ow-bird 
mead'ow-gras' 

mead'ow-Iand 

mead'ow-lark 

mcad'ow/y 

Mead'ville 

mea'ger 

mea'gerly 

mea'gerness 

meal \ 

ineal'-beelle i 

mearier i 



meariest i 
meal'iness i 
meal'-time i 
meal'-tub i 
meal'-worm i 
meal'y i 

meary-mouthed i 
meary-mouthedne'ss i 
mean i 

I a-an-and 

I birth 

I distance 

I his 

I it 

I its 
-j_ II own (see its)'^ 
l_.so \^ 

I I the 

I time 

I to 
M be 
III the (see be) 

II do 

III a (see do) 
II make (see to) 

II say 

III so (see say) 

I us 

mean'der i 

mean'er 

I than 

mean'est i 

mean'ing i 

■ymeanMngful 

y MEANINGFUL 

mean'ingless 

mean'inglessly 

mean'inglessne: 

mean'ingness 

mean'ly i 

mean'ness i 

mean'-spirited 

mean'-spiritedness <x 
eant .^-^ .] 

I a (cp. mean a) ^-^ 
mean'time <~^ 
mean'while v—^ -r"^-- 
mea'sles 
mea'sly 
meas'urable 

MEASURABLE 

meas'urableness 

MEASURABLENESS 

meas'urably 

MEASURABLY 

meas'ure ,^?... 

MEASURE V 

meas'uredly ^__/- 

MEASUREDLY ^~T 

meas'ureless 

MEASURELESS 

meas'urelcssness 

MEASURELESSNESS 



-"^^ mcas'urement ,- — ^ 

V^- MEASUREMENT ^ 




,'.\ 




mechan'ical 

MECHANICAL-LV 

mechan'ically 

mechan'icalness 

mechani'cian 

mechan'ics 

mech'anism 

MECHANISM 

mech'anist 

''^mechanis'tic 
mech'anize 
mech'anizer 
Meck'Iinburg 
meco'nium 
med'al 

medai'lic -tC^ 
medal'lion 

medal'lion-patern,^ "y^ ^ y^ 
med'dle W" -^ ^ ' 

med'dled 

I I 

med'dler 
med'dlesome 
mcd'dlesomeness 

med'dlingly 

Mede 

Mede'a 



' j:^ ^ 




Med' ford 
Me'dia 
me'dia L. 
me'diacy 
me'dial 
me'dially 
me'dian 
me'dianly 
me'diate 
me'diately 
^ me'diateness 

media'tion 
^^me'diative 
^ — (, me'diator 

mediatorial 



n. 









^ ^ 



? 



mediato'rially t^I/^ 
.^^.— me'diatorship "T 
\ me'diatory 



^ 



^ 



y- 



chain-Jt. Zj^-iT ^'"^ 



me'diatress 
media'trix 
Me'dic 
med'icablc ""^"^ 

Amed'ical 

'"^ I association 

- — ~%^\ college 
/ I profession 
I property 

society 
'1 treatment 
med'ically 
med'icament 
medicamen'tal 

MEDICAMENTALLY 

medicamen'tally 






^ 






meas urer 

MEASURER 

meas'uring-chain_^.. .^"^i/* .-y^&_fmed'icate 
meas'uring-glass"S mcdica'tiori 

mcas'uring-worm med'icative 

meat I ^"^9 ')/^~^ ^"^I^Medice'an 



mea'tal 

meat'iness i <~^ x-^ 

meat'lcss l p «--/ 

meat'-maggot 



Med'ici 
nmedic'inal 
Imcdic'inally 
med'icine 




MEDICINE-CHEST 



253 



MEMPHIS 




mcd'jcinc-chcsi 

med'icine-man 

mcd'icine-mcn 

MEDICINE-MEN 

medicochirur'gical 

medico-Ic'gal 

medie'val ^1 
mcdic'valism 
mcdic'valist i^ s^ 

medie'valized 

medic' va\izlngi> i>- 

mcdie'vally ^^Cjj;^,^ ^ — 

Mcdtir 

Medi'na 

mediocre 

mcdtoc'rity 

mcd'itanl 

mcd'italc j. 

mcdila'tion 

medita'lionisl ^ 
medaalivc t* 

meditatively 
mcd'itativcncss ^ ^ 
mcditcrra'ncan * il_> 

mc'dium [r— ^ 

mcd'Iar 
mcd'lar-tree 
med'Icy 
Midoc' F. 
medulla ^ 
I oblongata 

medul'lar vy^-~-\ 
mcd'ullary--J ^ 
med'ullated 



^ 



meet'ly 

mect'ness i 

meg'alith 

megalith'ic 

meg'aphone 

" 'eg'ara 

Mega'rian 

Megar'ic 

meg'ascope 

megascop'ic 

megascop'ical 

megascop'ically 

megathc'rium 

meg'avolt 

meg'awebcr 

meg'ohm 

mc'grim 

Me'hcmct 



^ Mehul' • 
U Meibo'mian 



1; 1 




1 -^ 



Medu'sa 
Mcd'way 
meed 1 
Mcc'han 
meek I - 
meek'cr i 

mcck'cst I 
meek'ly i 
mcck'ness 
meer'schaum ^ 
meet i ^-y^.^^^ 

I every 

II one (sec every)— <^--*^'-*^ me' 

I everybody y \^...i^^nel 

II die (see everybody) — ' 



Mci'er 
Meigs 
Mcin'ingcn 
y^Meis'sen 

f M^ssonicr' 
■^meis'tcrsanger G, 
mela'da Sp. 
melancho'lia L. 
melanchoric 
melanchol'ically, 
merancholily 
merancholines"s 
melancho'lious 
mel'ancholy 
Melanch'thon 
Mclanchtho'nian 
melange' F. ^^ 
melanism --T-Zi-^ 
melanis'tic 
md'anite 
melanit'ic 
mclanu'ria 
mclanu'ric 
Mcl'bourne 
Melchiz'edck 
'-"*^ Mclea'ger y^ 
..,.:..mt\ee' F. ^-Z*'' 
mc'iiorate 
mc'liorating 
"iora'tion 
me'Iiorator 





\ 



.1 everything 

M else (see everything). J 

I his 





^mc'liorism 
.me'liorist 
melioris'tic 

I one "V.^ '■T^._,tf"^ 'TJ — ^Mclis'sa 

II more (sec one). melitu'ri; 

I some jnclitu'ric 

none (see »omc)'Tr~^ OT*^ -TJ"*^ melliferous, 

I somebody mcllif'ic 

ti else (see somebody) mcllifica'tion 

I something 'Tj~'-— ^ 'Tr^>--^ —^mellifluence 

II cKe (see something) 6- mellifluent _/'\' ^» 

I the mcllif luently ^^-? 

II next (cp. do the)' — ^"-^^ ^^ ^^ mellifluous 

I their /. 

II own (sec their) 
I (heirs — *\ o 'y mel'lowed .^^ 

I thctn V. .A... vmcl'lower-— Z^ I 

II thai (sec them) mel'lowcst 

I this -^ -^ -remcl'lowly 

II one (see th)s).x> ^_^ mel'lowncss 

I us mclo'deon 

, melod'ic 



melo'dious ^—1^ 

melo*diously.j— J* b 

mclo'diousness 

mel'odist ,^^- 

mel'odize -— Z* h 
merodized 

mel'odizing ^.^Xliy 

melodra ma.— J t^. ^ 

melodramat'ic 

melodramat'ically 

ir.elodram'atist 

mel'ody 

mel'Dn 

meron-shaped 

Me'Ios 

Melpom'ene, 

Mel'rojC 

melt 

melt'able 

melt'er '""'Z^. 

melt'ingly ^ 

melt'ing-point 

melting-pot --— -J''^ 

melton 

Melusi'na '-p^ 
M€lusine' F. ^__v, 
MeI'ville 

em'ber ,-— ^^-^-cv 

MEMBER ^ 

I of Congress 

II parliament -x 
'11 the church N\ 

III legislature 
mem'berless- 
*mcm'bership 

MEMBERSHIP 
mem'bral 
membrana'ceous^ 
mem'brane 

mem'brancless 
mcmbra'ncous^ 
mcmbranifcrous 

Lmcmbra'niform^ 
mcmbranol'ogy 
mcm'branous 
memcn'tov " 
Mcm'non 
Memno'nian 
Memno'nium . 
mem'oir 
mcmorabif ia L 
mcmorabil'ity 
mem'orablc' — -^ 
mem'orablcncss 
mcm'orably 
memoran'da 
mcmoran'dum 
memoran'dum-book 
memo'ria L 
mcino'rial 

memo'rialist 
memorialize 
memorialized 



^^ 



^r 



C.-/7 






mcllif luously' — ■*• V5 
mcl'low 



.^ ^-memo'rializcr 

.- — / VJ;-— J^ mcmor'ilcr L 



mcm'orizable* 




memori/a'tion 
mem'orize 



^MEMORIZABLE 

-^«mcm'orized 
^ — r*J mem'orizer 
mem'orizing 




I you ---^ 

mccler i 

meetinghouse 



..^' 



melod'ically^-^ I 
mclod'ict 



MEMPHITE 



254 



MESMER 




Men'cius ' — ■ — --^ 
mend oV'^ 

mend'able 

MENDABLE 

menda'cious.^.... 
mcnda'cjously \ 
menda'ciousness -^ 
mendac'ity c*<2:P 
Men'delssohn 

mend'er 
men'dicancy 

MENDICANCY 

men'dicant 

mendic'ity 

Mendoci'no 

Mendo'za 

Menela'us 

Me'nes 

men'-folks 

men'ial 

menin'geal 

menin'ges L 

meningit'ic 

meningi'tis 

me'ninx L. 

Menip'pus 

menis'cal 

men is'ci form 

menis'coid 

meniscoid'al 



j: 




men'thene 

men'thol 

men'thyl 

menticul'tural 

men'lion 

men'tionable 

men'lioned 

Men 'tor 

mento'rial 

men'tum L. 
menu' F. 
Mephistoph'eles 
-^ -^ Mephistophe'lian 
t/ mephit'ic 

mephit'ical 
-7>i^ mephit'ically 
^ mephi'tis L. 
mer'cantile 

I afTairs 
I education 
I habits 



I pursuit 
er'cantilism 
' mer'cantilist 
mercantilis'tic 
Merca'tor 
mer'cenarily 

mer'cenariness, 

mer'cenary 

mer'cer 

mer'cership '^'^'Vn. 
mer'cery ^J^ 

mer'chandisable 





a 



men'opause 
menorrha'gia L, 
menorrhag'ic 

menos'tasis L 

men'sa! 

men'ses L. 

men'strua L 

men'strual 

men'struanl 

men'struate 

menstrua'tion 

men'struous 

men'struum 

men'sual 

mensurabil'ity 

men'surable, ,^ 

men'surableness 

men'sural 

mensura'tion 

men'surative 

menta L. 

men'tal 

mentarity 

men'talize 

men'talized 

men'tally 

Menteith' 



MERCHANDISABLE, 

mer'chandise 

MERCHANDISE 

mer'chant ^._^ \ 

mer'chantable <?. 

MERCHANTABLE 
mer'chantman icf^^ 
MERCHANTMAN 
mer'chantmen 

MERCHANTMEN, 

mer'chantry 

MERCHANTRY 

y Mer'cia 
Z_Mer'cian 
mer'cilul 

?,1ERCIFUL-LY 
jj'mer'cifully. 
mer'cifulness 



'1 1 



mer cy 

MERCY 

mer'cy-seat 

^ mere i 
>\ Mer'edith . 

mere'Iy 1 

mer'est i 

meretri'cious 

meretri'ciousJy 

meretri'ciousness 
_ merge 
L merger 
^--oMer'iden 

merid'ian 

merid'ional'' 

meridionarity 

merid'ionally ^^ /Irt » 

M€rim6e' "^^^^J^ '^^^qI^ 

menngue' F. 

rneri'no 

mer'it 

mer'itedly 

mer'iting --^-'^^'T/^^ 

merito'rious '• 

merito'riously 

merito'riousness>- 

Mer'lin 

mer'lin 

mer'maid 

mer'maiden 

mer'man 

mer'men 

MERMEN 

Mer'odach 
Mer'oe 

Mer'ope 
Merovin'gian 
^^Mer'rell 
mer'rier 




t 



y 





.-^^ 



-^ 



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MERCIFULNESS 

mer'ciless .., 

MERCILESS 

> mer'cilessly 

b.MERCILESSLY 

mer'cilessness 

;>\MERCILESSNESij_p n 

mercu nahsm *' 

mercu'rialist 
mercurial iza'tion 
^^/mercu'rialize 

mercu'rialized 
.t l.mercu'rially^ 



mercu nc 
^^mercurifica'tion 

" MERCURIFICATION 

mercu'rify 
mercu'rous 



j^^^ mer nest 

O ^OMer'rilies 
\/ XMer'rill 
' mer'rily 
-Mer'rimac 
mer'riment 
^mer'riness 



\. "y^ nner'ry 

mer'ry-an'drew 
\mer'ry-go-rouiid;>^ ^/:^ 



rJ mer'rymake 
^mer'ry maker 

mer'rythought 

merse 

mersed 

Mer'sey 

mers'ing 

mer'sion 

Mer'ton v^ 

me'sa Sp. 
'mes'al 

mesalliance' F, 
mes'ally 
■mescal' Sp. 
jJ^'mesdames' F. 
mesdemoiselles' 




-^ 



^^ '-^'w ""-^ 




MESMERIC 



255 



MEUDON 





■1' 
hip I 






mesmer ic 

fnesmer'ical 

mesmer'ically 

mcs'merism 

mes'mcrist 

mesmeriza'tion 

mcs'merize 

mes'merized 

mesmerizcr 

mesmerizing 

mesmeroma'nia 

mcsmeroma'niac 

mesne i 

mes'oblast 

mesoblas'tic 

mesocol'ic 

mesoco'lon 

mcsogas'ler 

mcsogas'tral 
mesogas'tric ^_ ^ , 
mesogas'triuni*'"^' 
Mesopola'mia ^^_^ 
Mcsopota'mian •C- 
Mcsozo'ic 
mesquit' 
mess '"T-tr- 
message ' 

Mcssali'na 
messed 
mcsseigneurs' 
messenger '■'^-^^-l-^ 

MESSENGER / 

Messe'nia 
Mcsst'ad 
Messiah i 
Mcssi'ahship 
Messian'ic 
Mcssi'as --T- 
Mcssidor' 
mes'sicurs F 
Messina 
Mcssinese' 
mcss'mate 
mess-table ^-^^jj- 
mqs &uage 
met 

t every ^cp. meet) 
mctabol'ic 
mctab'olism 
metabolize 
metabolized 
mctacar'pal 
mclacar'pus 
mct'al 

mct'al-castirg 

mcl'al-gage^^ 
metallic -^ ■* 

metal'tically 

mclallic'ity 

metalliferous 

metal'liform 

mctnl'lify 

metal'lifying 

met'allist ^ ^>6 

mctalliza'tion -t/^ ^. 
met allize 

metallized ^ /'"^ 

metallography -t-Zv ,^ 
mctal'loid 

mctalloid'al /^^ 
metallur'gic -rr^ \ „ 
mctaltur'gical 



metamor'phic ' 

metamor'phism 

metamor'phizc 

melamor'phized 

metamor'phizing 

metamor'phose 

^^^^etamor'phosed" 
^ metamor'phoser 
metamor'phosing 
metamor'phosis 
me tamorphot'ic 
metaphor 
metaphor'ic - 
metaphor'ical -^ 
metaphor'ically 
metaphor'icalness 
met'aphorist '^^^ '^**S\ 
met'aphrase ^ s._p " 

met'aphrased , 




meth'od 
mcthod'ic 

^^method'ical 
mcthod'ically 
method'icalness 
method'ics 
meth'odism 
meth'odist 

METHODIST 

I Church ''"7/ 
. Episcopal ^ 
■^^^^T^ii Church ■ 

I Protestant 

II Church 

methodis'tic 



^- 



metaph'rasis .y 
met'aphrast 



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METHODISTIC 

methodistical 

METHODISTICAL-LY 

methodistically 



Ji-methodiza'tion 
meth'odize 



^_.^ ''^» metaphras'tic 



'n- 






^ 



metaphras'lical 
metaphys'ic 
'^ melaphys'ical " 
'/ metaphys'ically 
metaphysi'cian 

metaphys'icist 
metaphys'ics 
metaph'ysis L. 
Metasta'sio ^^ 
metas'tasis U 

metastatic f 

metastat'ically ,)' 
metalar'sal 
metatar'sus 
^ metath'eses o. 
I metath'esis fe 
metathet'ic 
metathet'ical 
metayer' F. 
Metazo'a 
mctazo'an 
mclazo'ic 
mctazo'on 

Metcalfe 
mete i 
mctemp'sychosc 



7 





meth'odized 

metli'odize 

meth'odizi; 



methodolog'ical^^- ^~y- > '~f- 
methodoj'ogist \^. \^. \ 



? 



metemp'sychoscd 
. I s~> metemp'sychosing 
^y(j<^ V, metempsychosis 
i ■ >/vmetempsycho'size «-»— '■jj-j^ 

^'' ^metcmpsycho'sizcd -^-v-S^^-P 

metempsycho'sizing " .'! m melrol'ogy 

me'teor ^ y, ' ' metrom'eter 

tcor-dust j-5^ r^u ^C'^ met'ronome 
mcteor'ic ' ' mctronom'ic 



methodol'ogy 

methought' 

Methu'selah 

methyl 

meth'yl-blue ^~> '~?/^ 
meth'ylene v v. 

meth'yiene-blue X^ 

'tA methyl'ic 
•obmetonym'ic 
mctonym'ical 

metonym'ically_ 

metonymy 

met'opc 

metral'gia 

met'ric 

met'rical 

met'rically 

metri'cian 

met'ricist 

met'rics 

met'rifier ^ 

met'rify 

met'rifying 
me'trist 
mctri'tis L. 
metrolog'ical 
metrol'ogist 



f9 




s^mc'tcoritc 
o mctcorit'ic -g-^^ 
mc'leoroid 



meteoroid'al yi/^ 
mctcor'olile ,^-5;^ r ^ 
mctcorolog'ic 
melcorolog'ical 






y, metron'omy 
\ I mctronym'ic 



-U^ mcleori 

mcteorol'og 
^^ mctcoroI'Dgy 

Us I mctcor'omancy 
mctcorom'ctcr 



ologically^^^Z- XL-fo 
ologist r-*A T^y\ ^ 




4 ^f 



me'lcr i 
mc'tcrage . 
mcth'al 



mefallurgijl ^^l ^' ^ methane -^ 
metallurgy -rV ^ ^ \ melheg'Iin t 

mct'al-planc 



melh') 
, meihe 
methlnka' 




mctrop'olis 
melropol'itan 
metropol'itanate^ 
metroporitaniani 
metroporilanizc x 
metropolit'icttl ^t^/nN. 
mct'rotome 1, 

Met'ternich j/>^- v 

mct'tle -r^ 

mel'tled 

mct'tlcoome 

met'tlesomcly -7- 

met'tleaomenesi 

Metz 

Mclz'gcr .^ .< 

Mcudon' 



^' 



MEUM 



256 



MIGHT 



^ 




me'um L. 

Meuse 

Meuse F. 

mew 3 

mewed 

mew'ing 3 

mewl 3 

mewl'er 3 , 

Mex'ican 

Mex'icanize 

Mex'ico 

Mey'er 

Mey'erbeer 

Mey'ers 

mez'zo It 

Mczzofan'ti 

mez'zo-rilie'vo It 

mez'zotint 

mez'zotinter 

mi I 

Mia'mi 

Miantono'moh 

mi'asm 

miasma 

mias'mal 

miasmat'ic 

miasmat'ical 

mias'matist 'T?^S~~~V ^v"X^_ /^ 

mias'matous .0 ■O'-^rffp^' 

miasmol'ogy 

mias'mous ^ 

miaul' I .'■5~aT& <~^ ^''~--~^~ 

mi'ca I 

mica'ceous 

Mi'cah 

mi'ca-schist' 

mi'ca-slate' 

Micaw'ber 

mice I 

Mich'ae! 

Mich'aelmas 

Michel' 

Michelangelesque 

Michelan'gelism 

Michelan'gelo 

Michelet' 

Mich'igan 

Michoacan 

mic'kle 

Mic'mac 

micro-au'diphone 

Microbacte'ria L. 

mi'crobal 

mi'crobe 

micro'bial_ 

micro'bian 

micro'bic 

micro'bicide 

microbiolog'ical 

microbiologist ' 

microbiol'ogy 

microcephal'ic'^'' 1 SL/^' 

MICROCEPHALIC ^ >C_ 

microceph'alous 



microcosmog'raphy_ 

MICROCOSMOGRAPKY 

microcous'tic 

mi'crocytc ^— <-y-f ^^ 
microden'tism m 

MICRODENTISM 

mi'crodont 

MICRODON 

' mi'croform 




l—^ jL^mi 





■">- a ^ 



micro-geolog'ical ^^^^-^ -, 
micro-geology^— <HWiiy /V 
mi'crogram /!, J 

microg'rapher 
micrograph'ic 
microg'raphist 

microg'raphy 
microhm'. 
'''^. microlog'ical 
microlog'ically 
microl'ogy- — .-j 
microm'eter 



MICROMETER^ 

micromet'ric 

MICROMETRIC 

micromet'rical 

MICROMETRICAL-LY' 

micromet'rically 

microm'etry 

micromil'limeter 



micron ymy 
micro-organ'ic 
micro-or'ganism^ 
.micropan'tograph 
micropar'asite^ 
micropar'asitic 
micropatholog'ical 
^-^ micropathol'ogist 
micropathol'ogj^ ^ 
mi'crophone 
microphon'ic 
microphon'ics^ 
microph'onous 
mi'crophony 
micropho'tograph 
microphotog'raphy 
mi'cropod 
MICROPOD 

\ n 



mi croscope^ 

'MICROSCOPE ^^^ 

mi'croscope-lamp 



ZX 




microscop'ic,,^ — '^iV" 

MICROSCOPIC.^-^^ — Q- 

microscop'ical ■^'~^- 




MICROCEPHALOUS 

microchronom'eter 
micrococ'cal "—■ 
micrococ'ci L. 
micrococ'cus L. 
mi'crocosm 

MICROCOSM 

microcos'mic 

MICROCOSMIC. 
microcos'mical 
MICROCOSMICAL 



microscop'ically 

MICROSCOPICALLY 

mi'croscopist''~"^nM~ 
^ ' Xi'^^i'croscopy 
~^^ ' microsec'ticn y f 
mi'croseism ' 

mic roseis'mic 
microseis'mical 

croseis'mogiaph 
microseismom'etry 
microspec'trosccpe 
microslruc'ture 
microterephoney 
m.i'crotome 

MICROTOME 

microtom'ic 

MICROTOMIC 

microtom'ical 



MICROTOMICAL 

microt'omist 

MICROTOMIST 





microt'omy 

MICROTOMY, 
mic'tion 

mic'turate 
micturi'tion 
jnid 1 

Mi'das '' ^ 
mid'brain ^\, 

id'day 
mid'den 
mid'dle 

I ages 

I class 

I distance 

I ground 

-I part 
' \ passage 
"size 
I states ^^n 

mid'dle-agc 
mid'dle-aged ^ 
mid'dle-class -r-i 
mid'dleman 
Mid'dlemarch 
mid'dlemen 

IDDLEMEN 

mid'dlemost 
"mid'dler 
mid'dle-rate 
Mid'dlesex 

id'dle-sized 

id'dleton 

Mid'dletown ^-^ 

mid'dle-weight <-/ J" 

mid'dling 

Tfiid'dlingly 
Sj mid'dlingness . 
^^'mid'dlings 

mid'dy I ''■ 'x 

midge i I 

idg'et 
j__j mid'heaven ^ 

mid'hour -'^ 

Mid'ian 
, mid'Iand 
^Mid'-Lent r-/" 
[Midlo'thian 

mid'most i 

mid'night i 
"—^•mid'rib 

mid'riff 

mid'-sea' 

mid'ship 

mid'shipman 

^\;jnid'shipmen 

MIDSHIPMEN 
-p^mid'shipmite 

mid'ships 

midst I 

mid'stream -r«|* 

mid'summer U — ^ 

mid'summery 

mid'ward 

mid'-watch 

mid'way 

mid'wife ' 
id'wifery 

mid'wifish 

mid'winter x 

mien i 

miff 1 

Mifflin 

might 

MIGHT 




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■ny 



7 ^ 




MIGHT ACCOUNT 



MILLIONTH 




' might'y 
. Mignon 
mignonette 



I account 

II for (see account) 
1 agree ^ 

I also ^ ^ ^-^ '~^ mi'grant i 
I amount , .>.mi'grate i 

I appear migra'tion i 

II that (see appear) — *\ -^ -"^ migra'tionist 
^ L. c/ migrator i 



I attract 
I authorize 

I bring 

II a (see bring) 
I direct 

I have O 

II a (see have) v^ 
I he 



migratory 



-^ Miguel' 



^ 




mika'do 
Milan 
Milanese' 
milch 
mil'chy 
mild 
milder 
I than 
mild'est 
MILDEST 
mil'dew i 



mil'dewy i ^-i 
mild'ly -r — J rv- 
mild'ness 
mile I 
-mile'age i 
mile'post I 



II be 

III some (see be) 

II have 

III a (see have) ""'X ' 

II not V^ 

III be (sec not) 
I learn / \ 

I make -^ ^ 

II a (see make) 
I mention 

I niove 

II a (see move) 

I not • ' ■ 1 '--^ Miles 

II a (see not) Milesian 

I notwithstanding mile'stone i 

I seem 'TS"^ '-?r~'*\ ^Mile'tus 

II probable (sec seem) \ --- niil foil 

I there Mil'ford 

II be '^ -"^ -^ mil iary 

III some (see be)../. ^. mil iiancy 

II not \ 

III be (see not) 

I they 

II have 

III a (see have)o 

II not \ 
lit be v_, 
nil the (see be) ^^ 

III h?ve 
nil a (see have) 

I think O 

II so (see think) v. 
I thii 



MILITANCY 



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7 



^ mil'itant — ^ 
\ mil'itantly 7 " 
V militarily 



■O mil'itarism 
..?\.miritarist 
mil'itary 
t '^ ^7 • architecture 



II be 

III the (see be 

II have 

III a (see have) 



I campaign 

ceremonies C~^ C^ ' ^-~^ 
commission J^ 1 — -^^ K m 
1 drum V — . — D '''^ M 

M 



\'7 o 1 music cr^ <r^ c-> 
V3 t I system I — ;, — b ' ' 

> v^ mil itate t-^ 

milita-.ion^ ^_^ _^__^^ 



ni a (see have) "V "7 '7 

II not P xi-, '. 

III be (sec not) v^ 



'„_* militia 
Nmili'tiaman 

I understand -"^ ""^ '^ mili'tiamen 

II the (see understand) ". MILITIAMEN /^ •-^ 

1 we milk -r— ^-^^i*-— ^-^^ 






I we 

II have (tee wc) 

II not 

III be 
itii the (see be) 

III do 

MM a (see do) 

Ml have '^-l "^""^ 

MM a (see have) v^ V_ 

I you 

M have (see you) 
might fui 
might fulness 



■— V milk '-and -wa'ter 
.. \ milk'-blotch 

milk'-can 
■^-i milk'-car 
Lmilk'-cooler 
*nilk'-cru5t 

""^ milk'-cure 

milk'-dcntliion 

milk'-duct 
milked 
milk'cr 
milk'-fcver 



ni(!ht'icr 1 '7^ 1^ ' Y^ milk'-globule 

I than L ...... 7^^.. *lf milk'-housc^ 

nighfiest I '^ ^ -rfnx\k'itt f~J 



might'ily 

might'incss 

mighl'Icss 



-'"^j. — ' I than 

"Ip milk'iest 

^^ milkily 



MILLISTERE 



258 



MISADVICE 





mil'Iistere 

millivolt 
mill'-pick I 

mill'-pond i 
mill'-pool ir 
mill'-post X 

mill'-race i 
Mills 
mill'-sail I 

miM'-spindle 
millstone 
mili'stone-dresser 
mill'stone-grit 
mill'stone-pick/^S "^^"I 
miU'-tail 1 <r-^ J*^ I 

M 

mill'-wheel 1 
mill'work 
mill'wright i 
Mil'man 
milord 

mil'reis 

milt 

milt'er 

Milti'ades 

Milton 

Milto'nian 

Milton'ic 

Milwau'kee 

mime i 

mim'eograph 

mimet'ic 

mimet'ical 

mimet'ically 

mim'ic 

mim'ically 

mim'icker 

mim'icryr 

mimo'sa L. 

min'able 

min'aret 

mince i 

minced 1 

mince'-meat x 

mince'-pie 

min'cer 

min'cing-knife 

min'cingly 

mind 

MIND . 

I a 

II man (cp. take a) 
I an 




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^^\r "^ 



min'eralist 

mineraliza'tion ■{) 
min'eralize 
min'eralized 
min'eralizer 
min'eralizing 
mineralog'ic 
mineralog'ical 
mineralog'ically, 
mineral'ogist 
mineral'ogize ■/'^ 
mineral'ogized / 
mineral'ogizing 
mineral'Dgy ~ 
Miner'va 
^_ min'gle 
■r-^ JT^min'gledly 
min'glement 
^min'gler-:' 
min'glingly 
min'iature 
m.in'iaturist 
Min'ie 
Minie' F, 
min'ify 
min'ifying 
min'ikin 
min'im 
min'ima 
min'imal 

minimiza'tion 
a min'imize 
min'imized 

min'im-rest 

min'imum< 

min'ing-camp z 

min'ion 

minionette'< 

min'ister 

I of state 
. It the gospel 

II war 

min'istered 




mi'norship 

MINORSHIP 

Mi'nos 

Min'otaur 

Mtn'sheu 

Minsk 

min'ster 

min'strel 

min'strelsy 

mint I 

mint'age 

mint'-drop 

mint'er 
4l[„,jnint'-ju'lep 
mint'-mark 
minl'-master x 
mint'-sauce" 
min'uend 
min'uet 
mi'nus 
minus'cule 



min'ute-book 

min'ute-glass 

min'ute-hand 

minute'ly 

min'utema 

min'uteme: 

MINUTEMEN 

minute'ness <~~P 

minu'tia L. A^ p 

minu'tiae L. 

minx 

min'y i 

Mi'ocene 

Miocen'ic 

Mionor'nis 

Miquelon' 

Mirabeau 

mir'acle 

mir'acle-play 

mir'acle-worker 

mirac'uIous<"-^ 

mirac'ulously 

mirac'ulousness 




ix; 

nan (cp. take a) -^-^ 7 ^=>-__^ min'istered <^ <^ ^ -r 

n-and ministe'rial J. 1^ 

nother ministe'rialist ' / 

'^ministe'rially -r;> ^_^ 
Imin'istrant L-^ ' >->. 

ministration / 



II one (see another) 
I his 
I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 
■ of 




1 1^ 




t.mm istrative 
.min'istress 

min'istry 
min'iver 
,mink 
Minneap'olis 

Minneha'ha 

min'nesinger^ 

Mjnneso'ta 



II man (see of ) - 

I nothing 

II else (see nothing) 
I the ""v- 
I us 

Mindana'o 
mind'-cure 
mind'-curer 
minder 

mind'ful '^ 

MINDFUL-LY V^ 

mind'fully s^f 

mindfulness ^ "T* '^ /-^ mi'noress 

MINDFULNESS v^ .S^,^__p.. // ^Iminor'ity 
mind'-heaicr ^Q^ MINORITY 




mirth'ful 



Y mirth'fully^-^/- — ^f^ ^^ A 
mirth'fulness ^ — ^ — ^--»^^ 



^^-omirth'less 

j-f. mirth'lessness 



Minneso'tan < — -—r^ < 
Minneton'ka "u- 
min'now x 



■^ -T" ">min*ny i 

.../s^ Vj: mi'nor 

Minor'ca 



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mir y x 
Mir'za 
misaccepta'tion 

misachiev'ment 
misact' 
misadjust' 
misadjust'ment 

MISADJUSTMENT 

misadven'lure ■""& 
misadven'tured J^ 
misadven'turous 
misadvert'ence 

misadvice' 




■ l;^-_t-^ ■ 1-— t-^ 



MISADVISE 



259 



MISINSPIRE 




rjr^.^ ^<- 




misadvise' 

misadvised' 

mlsadvis'edly 

misadvis*cdness<" 

misatlvis'ing 

misaffirm' 

misairaed' 

misallega'tion 

misallege^ 

misalli'ance I 

misalHed 

misallot'ment i 

mis'anthrope 

misanthropic 

misanthrop'ical 

misanthrop'ically 

misan'thropist 

misan'ihropy 

rr.isapplica'tion 

misapply' 

misapprc'ciatc 

misapprecia'tion 

misappre'ciative 

misapprehend' 

misapprchend'ing 

m:sapprchen'sion< 

misapprchcn'sivcly 

misappro'prialc 
misappropria'tion 
misarrange'' 
misarrangc'ment 
misarray' ''^"^^^ 
misascribc' >J 

MISASCRIBE ^ 

misassay' 

misassign' 

misaver' ^'"^^ 
misbecome' a 

misbecom'ing 
rr.isbccom'ingly 
misbccom'ingness 
misbcfit'ting ' ^' 

misbegot' 

inisbcgot'tcn 

misbehave' 

misbchav'ior -r — 6^ J^ "^"^ 

rr.'?l,clievc' 

rniabelicv'cr 

misbcseem' 

misbcscem'ing 

misbestow' 

miabeatow'al 

misbestowcd 

misbirth' 

mi3born' 

miscal'culate 

rni",r.Tlcula'tion 

r.i.,car riagc -> 

miscar'ried 3 
miscar'ry 3 
mtscar'rying 

miTccgcna'tion 
ij.i .' '-Il^'nca ' 
n . "lia'ncous 



mischarge' 
mis'chief 
is'chief-make 



7^-^- 



-y ■ mis'chief-making 

'X — V mis'chievous <~y. 

mis'chievously /» 

ir.is'chievousness 

-^Tr.ischoose' 3 

i / mischo'sen 

miscibility 

\ 



miscible 
miscita'tion 




miscite I 
misclaim' 
miscog'nizant 

miscolloca'tjon 
miscol'or 
miscomprehend 
misco-nprehen'sion 
.s,^ miscomputa'tion' 
\ miscompute' 3 
"misconceit 
misconceive' 
misconceiv'cr 

misconceiv'ing 
isconception 
misconclu'sion 3 
miscon'duct < »i 
misconjec'ture Ll 
miscon'secrate i 
misconsecra'lion 
miscon'sequence x 




\^ m 



miscon'struable 3-r~) 




misconstruct •?" 
misconslruc'tion 
MISCONSTRUCTION 
miscon'strue 3 
miscon'struer 3 
misconlcnt'cd 

miscontcnt'ment 
MISCONTENTMENT 
isconcin'uance "^^ 
miscop'ied i 
miscop'y 1 
miscorrtct 
miscoun'sel 
miscoun'seling 
miscount' 3 
mis'crcancy 
mis'crcant 
miscrcat'ed 




miscrca tion 
miscrca'tive 
mi'icrcd'il 
miscredu'lity 
miscuc 3 
miscucd' 3 

>misdate 
,— j,^_^ niisdcal' 
misdc 




ate' <^ 
cal' I 

cal'ing I I 
misdcci'sion*'"'!. 







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«Iy r-^0^>J>-J> 



mit'cellany 
misccn'surc ^ — •'/ 
mitchRnce' 3 

mischar'actcrize 

mifchar'actcrizcd 

mitchar'aclcrizing 



1 



isdecd' I 
misdeem' I 

miadcem'ing !■: «j. < — tf! b< 
mudcmean' I — .^_, l^-i '; 

misdemean'anl ^ 

- " ' n'OT 



miadcscrlp'tion 
misdevo'lion 
miidid' 
miidi'et i 
jnitdirect' 
misdircc'iion | 



-a, miidi'et i <~a 
«L>'iiitdirect' I 



m 



sdistin'guish 

SDISTINGUISH 

sdivide' 

sdivi'sion i <" 

sdo' 

sdo'er 

sdone' ■^ ft 

sdoubt' 3 J 

sdraw' i 

sed'ucate -= a 

seduca'tion 'L^ 

semploy' 

semploy'ment 

senroll 

sen'ter 

sen'tered 

sen'tering 

sen'try 

'ser 

3'erable 
s'erableness 
s'erably 
sere're L 
sericor'dia L 

'serliness 
serly 
s'ery 

sesteem' ^ 
ses'timate 
sexposi'tion 
sexpound' 
sexpres'sion 
s'failh 
sfea'sance 
sfea'sant 
sfea'sor 
sfire 
mjsfit' 

sF.l'ting I 
sform 

sforma'tion 

sform'ing 

sfor'tune 

MISFORTUNE 

misgave' 

misgive' < 1 

misgiv'cn 

'^misgot'ten 
m;'sgov'ern 
misgov'ernment 
misgraft' 3 
misgrowlh' < — cjr 
misguid'ance v 
misguide' 1 
mishan'dle ■; — 1>^ 
|mishan'dllng / 
"' mishap' 
£j. mishear' i 
I misheard' 
(_^ Mish'na 
•:'~<j. Mish'naic 
I— ^ Mish'nic 

misimagina'tion ' 

misimprove' ('tt^'V 
misimprove.dmentV, 
misimprovc'mcnt 
misinch'ne' 
misinfer' 
misinform 
misinform'ani 
misinforma'lion 
MISINFORMATION 
r—tu misinform'cr 
Lwmisinform'ing 
miiinipire' 



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260 



MISTAKEN 



mismstruct 
raisinstruc'tion 

MISINSTRUCTION 
misintel'Iigence < — i:^-^. 
misintelligence/ 
misintend' f^/- 

misinter'pret 

MISINTERPRET 

misinterpreta'tion 

MISINTERPRETATION 

misinter'preler 

MISINTERPRETER 

misjoin 

misjoin'der '^~~^> 

misjudge' J 

misjudged 

misjudg'ment 

miskin'dled 

misknew' 

misknow' 

misknowl'edge 

MISKNOWLEDGE 

misknown' ' tr-^ 
misla'bel ' "^ 

mislaid' ^--1 
mislay' <■— t I -r 
raislay'er 

mislead' i --1 

mislead'er i <— ^ 1 
TTiislead'ingly i 
mislearn' ^.-— ->. 

mislearned'< — ^ ^0 
misled' 
mislike' i 
misliked' i 
misiik'er 1 

mislive' i 

misliv'ing 1 

misloca'tion 

mismade' 

mismake' 

misman'age 

misman'agement 

misman'ager 

mismatch' 3 

mismate' 

mismeas'ure ..■-— ^ 

raismeas'urement 

misname' 

misno'mer 

misnum'ber 

misobserve' 

MISOBSERVE D 

misobserv'er ^~5\J>^ 

misog'amist 

misog'amy 

mis'ogyne 

misog'ynist 



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Lmisplead' 
mispoint' I 
mispol'icy 
misprac'tise 

MISPRACTISE 

mispraise* 

mispraised' 

misprais'ing 
misprint' 
mispri'sion 
misprize' i 
misprized' i 
mispriz'ing i 

2misproce'^d'ing 
misprofess' 
, , misprofesse 
misprofess'ing 
mispronounce' 
''"^ iC_ymispronounced 

/ mispronounce'ment 
mispronounc'ing 
mispronuncia'tion 
mispropor'tion "^"^ 
mispunc'tuate 
mispursuit'^_^ 
mi sq ua r i f y "^"^VVOn 
^_ misqual'ifying ^~^ 

^-1- misquota'tion 
<—^ (-J misquote' 
misraise' 
misraised' 
misrais'ing 
misrale' 

isread' (pres.) 
misread' (pret.)_. 
misreccive' 



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Noi the 'Tr^T' 

II best (cp. do the) b 

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I theirs 



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mis'sac L. 
missaid' 
mis'sal 
missaw' i 



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missay 
missed x 
missee' i 
misseek' i 
misseen' i 
missend' 
missend'ing 
misscnt' 
'misserve 






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misreceiv ing 

misreck'on 

misrecollect' 

MISRECOLLECT-ED 

misrecollec'tion 

misreflect' 

misreform' 

MISREFORM-ED 

misreg'ulate 
misrehearse' 
^ misrehearsedVv/^-v 
misrela'tion'='~C^ ''« 

-^\ misrcli'gfon 
^ misremem'ber, 
misren'der 

misren'dered 
misren'dering 

misreport' 




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"^s.misreport'er 



isog'ynist ■J'^. ■i'^- -f^. M! 
isogynist'ical ^{^^ .'^— f- ^-^ ^'^ 
isog'ynous j ' mi 

misog'yny -r^. 

misopin'ion ^ 

misor'der i 

misor'dered 1 

misordina'tion 

mispaint' 

mispercep'tion 

misperform 'ance 

MiSPERFORMANCE 

mispersua'sion.^^-^ "^""X. '' 
misplace' \i' \> 

misplaced' 

misplace'ment-r~^^ '^'"X. 
misplac'ing Va '^<3 

misplay' 





misreport'ing 
misrepresent' 

SREPRESENT-ED 

srepresenta'tion 

SREPRESENTATION 
misrepresent'ative 
MISREPRESENTATIVE^^/^ . 
misrcprcsent'er y^"""^ >^ 

misrepule' 



miss es 
misset' 
misshape' 
^misshap'en 
misshap'enncss 
mis'sile 
mis'sion i 
mis'sionary -r"^ 
mis'sioner 



mis sion-rooms 
mis'sion-school 
mis'sis I (see Mrs.) 

miss'ish 

miss'ishness 

Mississip'pi 

Mississip'piaji_ 

mis'sive 

Missolon'ghi 

missought' I ^Tb 
Missou'la 
Missou'ri 
Missou'rian 

misspeak' 

MISSPEAK 

misspell' 
misspelled' 
misspell'ing 
^-.^ misspelt' 
<-Ti; ^v^misspend' 
misspent' 
misspoke' 

MISSPOKE 

misspo'ken 

MISSPOKEN 

misstate' 
misstate'ment 







misrul'ing ^. 

miss I < — tf^^-C^ 
I every 

^ I everybody 
^i I everything 
I him 



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misstep 
missuit' 
missumma'tion 

missuppos'al '^'^^ 

misswear' p^ .<^ 

misswear'ing •' 

misswore' 

missworn'.-' 

mis'sy x 

mist I 

mistak'able 

MISTAKABLE 

mistake 



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I some MISTAKE 

II one (see some) mistak'cn 




MISTAKEN 



25l 



MODERN EPOCH 



<'~b mi' 
V- — mi' 




MISTAKEN 

mistakenly 

MISTAKENLY 
mistak'cnness 
MISTAKENNESS 

mistak'er 
mistak'ingly 
MISTAKINGLY 
mistaught 
misleach' r 
mis'ter (see Mr 
misterm* 
mislcrming 
misthink' 
misthought' 
misthrew' 3 f—^ 
mislhrive' -*- 

misthriv'en 
misthrove' <-^ 
misthrow' J" 
mist ier V^ 

mist'iest 
mistily 
mistime' x 
mistim'ing 1 
mist'incss 
misti'tlc 

mis'tleloe t ■ 

mist'likc <r— 4 I"" 
mistook' 

MISTOOK 

mistradi'tion < 
mistrain' 

mis'tral *'~"*1/^ "^ — ^ '"""^ 

mistranscnp'tion f b — s b— -^ 

MISTRANSCRIPTION 



mite I 
.. mi'ter i 
mi'ter-block 

tcr-board 
ter-box 
mi'tered i 



1- 



HI 




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mi'ter-gage 

imi'te ring-machine 
mi'ter-jack 

mi'ter-joint 

mi'ter-plane 

mi'ter-shaped, 
< -^ mi'ter-square 
mi'ter-wheel 

M if ford ^-y---'* 

Mith'ra -r—A 

Mithra'ic /. 

Mithrida'tes 

Mithridat'ic 

mit'igable 

mit'igant 

■f~~b , mit'igate <~"'^7-i 
U-^-sjnit'ipitedly 1 
mitiga'tion 

mitigative ^^"^"^"si- 
mit'igator u 

mit'igatory 
mi'tis-casting 
imitraille' F.,'-y-^. 
mitrailleur' F. [,^__ 
< — a mitrailleuse' F. 
J'mi'lrai <~^yr^ 




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mitt I 

mit'ten 
mit timus L 
mit'y I 



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mistranslate 
mistransla'tton 
mistreat' z 
mistreat' mcnt i 
mis'lress 
mis'trcss-ship 

mistri'al 
mistrust' 
mistrust'cd 

mislrust'er -f^fl 
mistrust'ful u 

MISTRUSTFUL.LY 

mistrust'fully 
mistrust'fuiness 

MISTRUSTFULNESS 

mistruat'ingly 

M'STRUSTINGLY 

mistrust'less 

MISTRUSTLESS ^"^ 

mistune' 3 Jj 

miatu'tor ^ 

mist'y I -f^ 

misunderstand' I. 
misunderstood' 






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, j^^Mityle'ne 

Tmix 
I a-an 
-r--o I another 

b; II one (see another) 
jy ihis 



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ti its 

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'— « I that 

i II one (see tha 
Vlithe 

II matter (cp. take the) 
Itheit ^- — je- 
ll own (see their) 

^Ti_- — a ^<~ti_ I theirs 

I this 
one (see this) 



miz'zled 

miz'zly 

mnemon'ic 

mnemon'ical 

mnemonician;._^ 

mnemon'ics 

mne'monist 

Mnemos'yne^ ^ 

mnemotech'nic 

mnemolech'nics 

mne'motechny*" 

mo'a 

Mo'ab "^ 

Mo'abite 

ilo'abitess 

Moabit'i 

Mo'abitish 

moan 

moat 

mob I 

mobbed 

mob'bish 1 1 

Mo'berly 

mo'bile 

Mobile' 'T^ / 
Mobil'ian N 
mobii'ity 

<'^^y~^ mobiliza'tion-T^ 
' imo'bilize 
mo'bilized 
mob'-lav/ x ■;■ 
moboc'racy 
mob ocral 

mobocral'ict" 

moc'casin 

moc'casin-snake 

Mo cha 

mock z ^■'T'-^— 

mock'er i 

mock'ery x -T" 

mock'-hcro'ic 

mock'ing-bird 

mock'ingly x 
mock'-turtle -j^ — >■ 
mo'dal 

modal'ity ^^- 
mo'dally ^ I 
mode 

modc'-book v 
mod'el i^'^ ^ 
mod'eled 

mod'eler 

..^rr>. ^...<rr> — -o mod'eling-board f" 

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I your 
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"■ ^^ I yours -.«T-^ 

' (n.) 3 <"&, < 6v <~t>. I yourself 
■ (v ) 3 -/ "/ -L^ mixed ..-rr^^«=. 

'"jmix'cdly (, 

mix'er 
''~\ /^ -r—r:, mix'ible 
. ^^mix'ing 

misvcn'iurou5_^^ /^— »» v^mix'ing-machine 

misword' ' SJ^'»''^'^ < — '>'''\ mix'ing-sicvc 
miswor'ship \ mix'ture "• ^ — ' 

MISWORSHIP-ED y, yx ^Miz'pah ■'"V. 
miswrile' I ^ — ^C/^ ^ — ^vl^-gT jMizra'im ^ 
miswrit'ten I mii'zcn 



misuse 

misuse 

misus'er 3 

misval'ue 3 <'~b ^ 

misvarucd 3 '^-J ^^ 

misvcn'ture 



mod'cling-clay 

mod'eling-plane 

,<Tr>.__Dmodcling-3tand^^'>— V 

Mod'ena p' 

Modcnese' ■[ 1. 
mod'erantism [^j> 
«T~^_«5-rr^_jo..^T^^^ moderate 

,— ^ moderately ^ /" 

"^^ ^T^mod'cratcness p^' 
mod'crating 
modera'tion 
mod'cratism 
mod'eratist 



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minwrote' y\ 

Mil chel ^~^\ 
Mitchell 



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■r^ mif'xenmast 
/ mt£'2en*rigging 
miz'zle 




mode 

mod*< 

mod'eratorshtp 

mod'cratrcss 

mod'eratrix 

mod'crn i 

I age ^ ; 

I days 

I epoch 



MODERN FASHION 



262 



MONCONTOUR 





^v 




I time 
mod'erner 
mod'ernism 
mod'ernist i 
moder'nity 
moderniza'tion 
mod'ernize 
mod'ernizcr 
modernly i 

mod'ernness 

mod'est -j^ 

tnod'estly 

mod'esty 

mo'di L.. 

mod'icum 

modifiabirity 

mod'ifiable 

mod'ifiableness 

modifica'iion 

MODIFICATION 

mod'ificative 

mod'ificalor 

mod'ificatory 

mod'ifier 

mod'ify 

mod'ifying 

mod'ish 

mod'tshly , 

modishn«ss'iV'^ 

mod'ist 

modiste' F, 
Modjes'ka 
Mo'doc 
I war 
Mo'dred 
mod'ulant 
mod'ular 
mod'ulate 
modula'tion 
mod'ulator 
mod'ute 
mod'uli L." 
mod'ulus L. y^ 
mo'dus L. ^^ 
Moel'Ier 

Moe'sia <~^ '^~^^r7 

Moe'sogoth —^ \ 

Mcesogoth'ic 

Mogul' 

mo'hair 

Moham'med 

Moham'medan 

MOHAMMEDANISM (1. 

Moham'medan ize^ 
Moham'medism^i 
Moham'medize 

Moham'medized 

Moham'med izing 

Mo'hawk 

Mohe'gan 

Mohi'can 

Mohr 

Mo'hun 
mo'hur 
moi'dore 



mcis ten 1 
mois'tener i 
mois'lening 

moist'ncss X 

njoic'ture 

mois'turtlcs 

moke 

mo'lar • 

molar'iform 

^molas'ses 

Y mold 
I his 



"U n nr 



mol'litude 

Molloy' 

Motlus'ca L.' 

mcUus'can 

mo'.lus'ccid 

moMuscoid'al 

molluscoid'an 



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"~> 1 — ^ n own (see his)^ 

t) by"i one 



I you 

I your "<* 

II own (see your) 
I yours 
I yourself '\?' 

moldabiriiy ^ 

mold'able ^,,„.^^ ^-i 

Mol'dau '^ -7~/ I 

r.lolda'via > 

Molda'vian 

mold'-board 

mold'-box 

mold'er 

mold'ered 

mold'-facing 

mcld'ier 

mo! 

mo! 



Moiluscoid'ea-j — -J^ i|/ 
mollus'cous "C"^ 

mol'tusk /T) , 

"^ "l^Mol'Iy ^" ^ 

mol'Iycoddle 

_^ ^ ^ ^,_^ Mo'loch 

^ c£^ 6 Molo'ny ^ 
Molos'sian 
molt 



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Molt'kc 
mol'to It. . 
Moluc'ca 

molybde'nous 
molybde'num/ 
ijmolyb'dic ' 
Mol'yneux 
mo'mcnt 
momenta L. -T 

r mo'mentarily 

"^"■^^-D^^^ MOMENTARILY^ 
mo'mentariness 



old'ier ^ --| ^ M0^ 

old'iesl ^^ I ^p/ V ^X'^ t_pmo'r 

old'jness ^ " M0^ 



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mold'ing-board 

mold'ing-box ^ ^T'-i 

moid'ing-flask'Y*'*^ 
mold 'ing- frame -T>J^"'\„,^ 
moid'ing-hole ' ^ ^r> Y^'iy-^f 
mold'ing-loam r*' l 

mold'ing-machine 



MOMENTARINESS 

mentary , 
MENTARY 

mo'mentiy 
momen'tous .'y^^r:^, 
momen'tously 

momen'tousness 
momen'tum L.'"'^ 
Momm'sen 
^-^ mold mg-machine Mo'mus 

^' mold'ing-milI^'>^'^^*-'7>,^/'^ mona ^-j-^.'-p^ 

mold'ing-plane '^ '^^ •'^^^T> "^ mon'achal 
mold mg-sand^_^ ^,_^ I ^monachism 

mold'ing-tabie'r^a-j '^^"'^ -^ Imonac'id^ 
mold'v >■ Mon'aco 






mold'y 

mole 

Mo'lech 

molec'ular 

molecular'ity 

molec'ularly^ 

mol'ecule 

mole'-eyed ^--y 
-— =mole'-hiU --j->( 1 

mole'-hole 

molen'dinary 

mole'-rat 

mole'-shrew 

mole'skin 
,-p.-— ; molest' 
~~^ '^olesta'lipn 

molest'ed >^. ^ ^-n 

molest'er ^y< 'T'^ 'T^ ' — ' 

molc'-track 

Moliere' 

Moline' 

Moll 

moll 1 

mol'iicnt 

mol'liently 

mol'lifiablc 

mollifica'tion 

MOLLIFICATION 

mol'Iifier 

mol'lify 

mol'lifyin'g 




Mon'aco 
mon'ad f""^ 
.gionad'ic 
monad'ical 

monad'iform 

mon'adism 

Monad'nock 

Mon'ahan 

mon'arch -— 

monar'chal 

monar'chial 

monar'chic ' 

monar'chical 

monar'chically 

mon'archism ' 

mon'archisl 

mon'archy f" 

MONARCHY 

monaste'rial 

monaste'rially 

mon'astery 1 

monas'tic 

monas'tical 

monas'tically 

monas'ticism 

monas'ticon n 
monatom'ic 
monau'ral 
monax'ial ^__ 

Monck'ton 1 
Moncontour' 



MONCRIEFF 



263 



MONOTINT 




mon'cy 

mon'eyagc 

mon'ey-bag 

mon'ey-bill 

mon'cy-box 

money-broker 

mon'cy-changer 

mon'ey-deaJer 

mon'cy-draweV 

mon'cyed 

mon'cyer -—-J,-^ 

mon'ey-grubber 

mon cy-jobber 

mon'ey-lender 

mon'cyless 

mon'cy-maker 

mon'cy-making 

mon'cy-market 

mon'ey-matter 

mon'cy-monger. 

mon'cy-mongering 

mon'ey-ordcr 

mon'ey-poi 

money-taker. 

mon gcr 

mon'gercd 

mon gcnng 

Mongol 

Mongo'lia 

Mongo'lian 

Mongolic 

Mon'goloid 

mon'goos '' 

men grcl 

mon'grclism 

mon'grclizc 

mon'grelized 

'mongst 

mon'ism , 

mon'ist 

monis'lic 

monis'tical 

Moniteur' 

mom'tion 

mon'itive -j->^ 

mon'ilor 

monito'rtal 

monito'rially 

mcn'itorship 

mon'ilory;' 

mon'itrest 

mon'itrix 

monk 

monk'cry 

mon'kcy 

mon'kcyed 

monkey-shine 

monkey-wrench 

monk'hood 
monkish. — 
monk'ishncss 
Mon'moulh 
monoax al 
monoba »ic 
monoblast'ic 
mo 
monobi 




Monoc'acy 
^ monocar'bonatc 
mon'ocarp 
monocar'pcliary f 
omonocar'pous 
monocel lular 
monocellule 
monocen'tric 
monoccphalous 
monoceph'alus 
monocerosi 
monoc'erous 
mon'ochord 
monochromat'ic 
'mon'ochrome 
monochro'mic 
monochro'mical 
mon'ochromy 

monochronic 

monoch'ronou's 

monociliated 

mon'ocle 

monocli'nal 

monoclin'ic 

monocracy 

mon'ocratl" 

monoc'ular 

monoc'ularly 
monocyclc 
monocyclic 
mon'ocyst 




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a'nia '/ ^ 




monog'ynous T'y—/- "^"T-/- 
monog'yr.y C_^ jO 

monohy'drated ' 

monohy'dric 

monoid 

monol'atry 

mon'olith 

monolith'al ' 

monolith'ic 

monolob'ular 

monol'ogist^ 

mon'ologuc' 

monol'ogy 

monoma'i 

monoma'niac 

monomani'acaj^ 

monometal'lic' 

monometallism 

monomet'allist 

monom'eter -^ — vL 

monomefric 

monomet'rical , 

ono'mial ''T"*'^ 
monomor'phic 
monomor'phous 
mononuclear 
mon'onym ' 
mononym'ic - 
monopar'esis 
monopath'ic 



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mon'ocysiecl ^ 1 ~rF H — - 



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noblast icf— "-Y* - — -f^S^ 
nobro'mated >p. ^-»^ 

nobro'miz<*d L -.1 



monocyst'ic 
monodac'tyl 
/'^monodactyl'ic 
monodac'tylous 
monod'ic 
monod'ical 
monod'ically 

mon'odist t — "yT 

mon'odont b 

monodra'ma 

monodramat'ic 

Monody 

mon ogam 

monoga'mian 
mcnogam'ic ^ 
monog'amist 
monogamist'Jc 
monog'amous 
monog'amy '^ 
7 — ^ — -1- ^ — j_^ monoganglionjc 
I monogas'tric ' ^ 

monogen'csis 
monogcnet'ic 
^;_^^. monog'enism 
1 "*~^ »monog'eni&l 

monogenist'icf 

monog'ynous 

monog'eny 

mon oglol 

mon'ogram 

monogrammat'ic 

monogram' ink 

mon'ograph 

monog'raphcr 

monograph'ic 

monograph'ical 

monograph 'ica II y 

monog'raphist 

monog'raphous 

monog'raphy 

mon'ogyn ; — -y^ 

monogynian / 

monog'ynist 






1 — ~~~r/''-r-«w-- mon 





monoper'sonal 
monopet'alous 
monophobia 1 
monophon ic 
mon'ophonous 
monople'giaj' 
mon'opode 
monopo'dial 

monopodic ; 

mon'opody 

monopolist 

monopolis'tic - 

monopoliza'tion 

monop'olize 

monop olized 

monopohzer-j. 

monop'olizing 

monop'oly 
.mon'opus^ 
monorgan'ic 
monosep'alous 
mon'osperm 1 
monosper'mal 
monosper'mous^ 
ospherical'' 
osporous 
mon oslich ; — -— ^ 
monoslig'malous 
monosirophe 
monosiroph'ic 
mon'ostylc '< 
monosyllab'ic 
monosyllab'ically 
monosyllabism^ 
mon'osyllable ■ 
monosyl'logism j— *._^^iC^ 
monosylloKiat'ic' ' — ^ 
monosymmet'ric 
monosymmet'rical 
monoihe'cal ^ 
monothc'iam 
mon'otheiil 
monotheis't 
mon'olinl 



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MONOTONE 



mon'olone 
monoton'ic 
monolon ical 
monolon ically 
monot onisl ~ 
monot onous 
monotonously, 
monot onousness 
monotony 

mon'otype 
monotyp'ic 
monotypical 
monov alencc 
monov'atent 
monox ide 

Monroe* 
monseigneur' 
monsieur' F. 
monsi'gnor 
monsigno're It 
monsigno'ri It. 
monsoon' 
monsoon'al 
monster 

mon'stership f"^ 
men strance y 

monstra'tion -^ 

monstros'ity '['">- 
mon'strous L 

mon'strously | 
mon'strousness-f~^_ "T^ -f 

montagnard' F. [j p <j__^ 

Mon'tagu 




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MONUMENTAL 
. mo numental'tty 
monumentali^a'tion 

MONUMENTALIZA 

monumen tally L^'O^ 
MONUMENTALLY 
moo 3 
mood 3 
mood ler 3 

mood'iest 3 ' — ^ ' y 
mood'ily 3 -\)'^ — r 
mood'iness 3 
•|'~::J— pmood'ish 3 
1 mood'ishly 3 
mood'y 3 
Mood'y 
mooed 
moon 3 
moon'beam 
mooncalf 3 
moon'-faced 
moon'-flower 
moon'ish 
moon'less 
moon'light 
moon'lit 
moon'rise 3 

moon-shaped ^""/p* 
moon'shine _-^» 



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moonshiner 
moon'shiny 
i moonstone 
moon'stricken 
moon'struck 
moon'y 3 
Moor 



montan'ic 

mon'tant -^-^ 

Montauk' 

Montcalm' 

Montcalm' F 

mon'te 

mon'te-bank 

Montebel'lo 

Montefior'e 

Montene'groT 

Montepulcia'no 

Monterey' 

Moiitespan' 

Montesquieu 

Montevid'eo 

Montezu'ma fTi 

Montfaucon' / 

Montferrat' 

Mont'fort f? 

Montfort' F. ^C/ 

Monlgolfier' 

Montgom'ery ^ 

month 

monthly 

Monticel'lo 

Montjoie' 

Montmar'trc 

Monlmoren'cy 

Montmorency' F. 

Montpe'lier 

Montpellier 

Montpensicr 

Montreal' 

Montrose' 

Mont-Saint-Jcan* 

Mont-Samt-Michel' 

Monlserrat' f*> 

monument 

monunnen'tal 





. moor 3 

_ moor-bred 3 

moor-cock 3 
J Moore 
r Moor'ess 

moor'-fowl 3 

y moor'-grass 3 
moor'-hen 3 
mooring 3 
moor'ing-bend 3 
moor'ing-block 3 
moor'ing-post 3 
Moorish S Jh 

moor'ish 3 <~-./C^ -^ — -<^ 
Moor'mann 
moor'y 3 
moose 3 
moose' 
moose'-deer 
Moose'head 
moot 3 

'y^ ' court 
vT moot'able 
moot'-hill 



mop I 
mope 
moped 
mop'ingly 
mop'ish 
^~\r~^\ mop'ishly 

mop'ishness 'TN; 



mopped 
Mop'sa 
mop'sical 



MORE LIABLE THAN 



265 



MOTHERLESS 




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Ihi5)\ 



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II than (see liable)^-r ^ 

I likely ^-^ \ 

II than (see likely) (^ 

1 or less 

I probablc-yt; 

II than 

I than 

II a-an <r~^ <r-> 
M another 

ti can 

III be (see can)^ 

II could 

III be (see could) 
II enough- 
II ever 
II half 

11 has ...^r—p, 
II he 

II intended 

II is 
M it 

III is (see it) 

II our •■'^w* 

III own (see our) I 

II that 

III which (see that) (r-;^.. 

II the ^ 

III other 
11 they 

II this 

III one (see th: 

II was . .€~>^trr^ 

III expected (sec was)(^ } 

I value 

I ways ,--^... 
Morc'a ^ 
Morcau' 
Morc'lia 
moren do It 
moreover 
Moresque. 
Morgan 
Morga na 
morganatic 
morganai'ically 
Mor'ghen 
Morgia'na 
morgue 
mor'ibund 
Morier 
morion ' 

Moris'co 

Mor'Iey 

Mor'mon 

Mor'mondom 

Mor'monism 

Mor'moniit 

Mor'monitcitf 

morn 

morn'lng 

morn'tng-gloryi" 

morn'ing-gown 

morn'ing-lidc 

Moroc'can 

Morocco 

morose' 

mofo»c*ly 

moro»e'nc»» 

Mor'plican 

Morpheus 

morphia 

mor'phine' 

inof'phinism 

morphioma'nia' 

morphioma'niac ^ 



morphiomet'ric 
morpholog'icr" 
morpholog'ical 

morpholog'ically i' 
morphologist 
morphorogy 
7 morphomet'rical 
^ morphom'etry, — 
Mor'phy 

Mor'rill 
Morris 
morris ' 
mor'ris-dancc 

■:i , mor'ris-dancer 
^^ Morrison 

Mor ristown 
;:r-^ Mor'ro 
I Castle 



'i'^> _ ^^I 




Mo'saism '^^^^ 
i*:^''!^^' Mosch'eles J~^ 
moschine 

Mos'chus 
Moscow 
Moselle' 

Mo'ser 

Mo'ses 

mo'sey 

Mos'heim 

Mos'lem 

Mos'lemism 



mosque 

P Q y Sll mosqui'to f~2j 

J. .-..^-''l^^p^^iC/'^lniosqui'to-bar 



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mosqui'to-net ^T^^ — 1 '^"^ — 1 

mosqui'to-netting' l"-_. ' '"^^ 

moss I 

moss'-agate 

moss'b?ck 

moss'-clad 

moss'-grown i 

moss'ier 

mossiest 



■^ 



mortal'ity ^--n- 
mor'talize \er<- ' 
mor'talucd 



-• moss iness 
moss'trooper 
moss'y I 

/^ ^ most 

,^v ,^/v MOST 
I active 






mor'ially 

mor'talness 

mor tar i 

mortar-battery 

mortar-bed 

mortar-board 

mor'tar-boat - 
mor'tar-carriage 
mor tar-mill|, 

mortar-vessel 
mort'gagc,<^ — 
MORTGAGE-D 

mort'gagc-deed I'^^'^t? 

MORTGAGE-DEED A 
mortgagee' 

MORTGAGEE *:~"^ — 7, 
mort'gageor / 

mortgager 
mortifica'lion 

MORTIFICATION 
mor'tifiedness |~ 
mor'tifier 
mor'tiTy f~^^v» 
mor'tifying -->. 

mor'tifyingly 
"Mor'timer — >y\f. " 
mor'tisc ' -r. 

mortise-block 

mor'lisc-boll 

mor'tlsc-chise'l 

mor'tised ^~'^>^\ 

mor'tise-gagc "" 

mor'tisc-lnck 

mor'lisc-whccl >.- ^ ^ 

mortising '^--^y*(i'^-~^ Ij,.^ 




t amiable 
I approved 
I certain 

I certainly 
I countries 
I economical-ly 
I excellent 
I frequent- 
I general-ly 

I important 

II consideration (see 
I liberal [important) 

I likely 

r '. . II to (see likely) 

l*::^***^ — 7' I persons 

I probable-y 
I undoubtedly 
most 
I always 
I crazy 
I dead 

I done 

I every ...<^ .<r:T^...-T-r«-N.. 

II one (sec every) J ' " 
jy I everybody ,,,^.,j-,/'~Ts I 

,-— ,x Ij II else (sec everybody) -^-^-^T^^r'^ 
' I ready \ 

I there 

ost'ly ...rr^. 
MOSTLY ) 

mote 

■motc'Icss ^ 
motet' 




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7 ^ 




mor'tising-machinc 
morl'main 
Mor'lon i^^-^.-:* 
mortuary 

mosa'ic 

I glass 

I theory 
Mosa teal 
Mosa'ically^p^ 
mosa'icisl 



motet'tisl 
moth 1 
V moth-eaten i 



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I church 1 

I ol Cod 

molh'er-country 
-^_ jnolh'ercd — i~^,x^^ 
C^moih'crhood 
_mo(h'cr-in-Iaw 
'moth'cr-land — ^^-- "*■ 
molh'crlcti 



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MOTHERLINESS 



266 



MUCH WILL BE DONE 



-n- 



moth'erliness 
moth'er-Iove 
motherly 
moth'er-of-pearl 

moth'ership. 

moth'er-tongue 
moth'er-wit 
moth'ery 
molh'y I 
motif F 
mo'tile 
motil'ity 
motion 
mo'tional 
motionless 
mo'tive 
t power 
motiveless 
mo'tivelessness 
motiv'ity 
Motley 

motley 

mo'to It 

motor 

mo'tor-car 

motor-man 

mo'ior-mcn 

MOTOR-MEN 

Mott 
mottle 

mot'tle-faced^-i 
motto I ^-J ^^ 
mot'toed i 
Moul'ton z^- 

Moul'tric •'T-J J 
mound 3 

mound'-builder 
mount 3 ^. 

I Carmel 

I Vernon 
mount'able 

MOUNTABLE 

moun'tain 

moun 'tain-artillery 

moun'lain-ash' 

moun'tain-cat 

moun'tain-chain 

mountaineer' 

moun'tain-fcvcr 

moun'tain-laurcl 

moun'tain-lion 

moun'tainous 

moun'lainousness 

mountain-sheep 

mount'ebank 

mount'ebankery' 

mount'ebankish 

mount'ebankism_ 

mounter 

mount'ing-block 

mount'ingly 'T'^-^- 

mourn 1 

mourn'er 

mourn'ful 

MOURNFUL-LY 

mourn'fulty 

mourn'fulness 
MOURNFULNESS 

mourn'ing-cloak 

mourn'ing-coach 

mourn'ing-dove 

mourn'ingiy "T^ 

mourn'ing-ring 

mourning-stuff. 

mouse 3 " 




^ 




mouse'-color 3 
mouse'-colored 3 
moused 3 
mouse'hole 
mous'er 
mouse'-trap '^ 
mousquetaire' F. 
mousseline' F. 
mous'y 3 
mouth (n.) 3 -^ > 
mouth (v.) 3 A\ 
mouth'able 3 
mouth'ful 3 
mouth'ing 3 
mouth'less 3 
mouth'-made 3 
mouth'-orga: 
mouthpiece 3 
-—mouths 3 ' > 

,-/ movabil'ity 3 avd 

' mov'able 3 

mov'ableness 3 
mov'ably 3 
move 3 




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n A^ A\ " 1— ^ aL 1 
3 ' x)i 



I themselves 
t there 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I us 
I you 

-^1 your 
V It own 
I yours 
I yourself 
movc'less 3. 
move'ment 



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MOVEMENT 
mover 3 
mov'ing 3 

mov'ingly 3 
mov'ingness 3 
mow (v.) 

mow (n. and v.) 3 
<- Mow'bray 
\^ mowed 

mowed 3 ' ^ 

mow'er aI 

' mow'ing-machine 






^ ^ 



I money 

I more ..7.. 

'II than (see more) ^ 

I of 

II his / 

nit '' 

~ii its 




II own (see its) 

I nothing ...'7-7\^ . .' .T^..r.71^...-ii known (see is) 

I one ^ ^~~-y ^ — ^1 less 

II another (see one) 

I one's ' " 

II own (see one's) 
I oneself 

I several 

II other (see several) 
I some 

\ii one (see some).*???!.- ' -X '^~^---- m own (see its) 

I somebody ^S' ^ ^T"^ tS^ii that 

II else (see somebody)^, iii one (see that) 

I something"V>~;/^-- V- ^^£)— — H this 

II else (see something) °~"~ — ^^^^P" °"^ (^'^ "''') 

I that ^ II your 

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I the ^ N^ ^ I rather > > 

■ II man (cp. take the) ^ ii than (see rather) ■' 

I their ...,'TTr(^^-..'\71.'rri.... i stronger 

/ — ^ v.._^V^ii than (see stronger) 

I will 

II be ..V'. 



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I own 

I theirs 

I them 

II that (see them) 




III done 




MUCH WILL HAVE 



267 



MUNCH EN 



II have 

itr been . -. r. . 

im done (see been) 

I worse 

II than (sec worse) /p, 

I would ^^ 

II be (sec would) 
much'ncss .../.. 
mucilage v 
mucilaginous 
mucilag'inousness 
mucin 
mu'cinoid 
mu cinous 
muck 

muck'-fork ' 
muck'-heap 
muck incss 
muck'-pit ^ 
muck'worm 
muck y 
mu'coid 
mucopu'rulcr.i 
mu'co-pus 
mu'cose 
mucos'ity ,.— 
mucous 
mu'cousness 
mu cus 
mud 

mud'-bank 
mud'-baih>-^^ 
mud'boat 

mud'dier - — ^ 
mud diesi "L^ 




'/\ 






multeity,— >=1- 
multiax'ial i— 



mud dily 
mud'dlness 
mud die 
muddle-head 
mud die-headed 
mud dle-headednes5 
mud dler 
mpd'-drag ^-| 

mud 'dredge I -. 

muddy 

mud'dy-brair.pd '' ^ ■•'~^. ^* 

muddy-headed 'Iv 't^c -> 

mud -flat ^ 

mud •hen ^^ 

mud hole -^""c 



1 



^ 




mulch V. -^ V . 
mulct ^~^ I , — 4 
mulctary 
mule 3 
mule'-dccr3 
mulc'-driver 3 
mule'-spinncr 3 
muleteer' ^--' 
mu'lcy 3 
mulieb'rily 
mulier L 
mu Ijerty 

mulish 3 
mulishly 3 
mul'ishness 3 
mull 
mullein 
Mullen 

Murier 
muIler 
mullet 
Mulligan 

ulligataw'ny 
mul'ligrubs 
mul Hon 
mull'-mu 
multangular 
multangularly 
mullan gularness V 
multartic'ulate ''"^ 

multicap'sular ~ 

multiccl lular 

multicen'tral^yi^yn'^yTV:^ 
multicororous >~^ t^^ / — 

multicus'pid 

multicy'cle 

multiden'tate 

multidimen'sionab/^ ' ^ 

mul'tifaccd ^^ 

multifarious /""^^ 

muliifa'riously '^ ' 

muUirariousncss 

multiHo'rous 

mul'itfoil 

mul'iifold *"— 

murtiform 

multiform'ity 

multiganglion'icv 

multigcn erale 

multigen crous 

muMiiam'inate^ 

muiiilin'cal 

mulTihn ear 

mullilo'bate 

mul'iilobcd . 

multilo'j'uiar 

multiloqucnce 

muliiloquent 

mulnroquouS" 

multino dal 

multino'dale ,„-^ 

multino'dous ^ . — ^''^Vl- 

muliino'miaI-'-^Ot| ** . 

multinom'inal , 

m lilt inom 'incus ^ -— v/r 

multmu'clear ' 

multinu'cleate 

muliinu'clcolate^ 

multio'vulatC" 





Ky0^ ^muliip'afa 
f \, multipar'ily 
muttip'srous 




lultipar'tite 
multiped 
mul tiple 
mul'tiplcx 
mul'tipliable 
mul'tipliableness 
mul'tiplicable 
multiplicand 
multiphcate 
multiplication 
multiplicative 
mul'tiplicatively 
mul'tiplicator 
multiplicity 
mul'tiplicr 
mul'tiply 
multipo'Iar 
multip otent 

multipres'ence 
muitiprcs ent 
multira'diate 
muUirad'icate 
'multiram'ificd 
multira mose 
multir^ mous 
multis cicnt' 
multise rial 
multise riate 
multiso nous - 
multispi ral 
multistam mate..^ 
multistn ate 
multisyllable 

ultitentac'ulale 
multitit uiar 
multituber CL 

multitubular 

mul'tituds 
mullitu'dinary 

mul:;'u"dincus 

multitu'dino^sly. 

multitu'dinousness 

muUiv'alence 

muhiv'alent> 

mul'tivalve 

multival'v-jlar ^ _ »* '~^''^*^i_> 

muItivers'anl^-«'l/T/'~N 

mulliv'ocal •"' 

multoc'ular 

mum 

.mum'ble 

mum'bler 
mum'ble-the-pcg' 

mum'blingly 

mum mer , 

Imum'mcry 
mum'mied 
mummifica'tion 

MUMMIFICATION J. 

mum'mifoim 

mum!mify 

mummifying 

mum'ming 

mum'my 

mum'my-case 

mummy-cloth 

mum'mying 

mumpish 

mump ishly 

mump'ishness 

mumps 

munch 

Munchau'sen 

munchau'senism 

MUn'chcn O. 






MUNCHER 



268 



MUST MAKE 



munch'er 
MiJnch'hausen G 
Mun'cic 
mun'dane 



ur'danely J' ih— I 

undan'ity f \ 



Mundt 
Mu'nich 

munic'ipal 
I borough 
I corporation 
I court 



mus'cle 

mus'cle-cell 
mus'cle-corpuscle 

mus'cled ^-1 

Mus'covite .-^ I 

Muscovit'ic 

Mus'covy 

mus'cular 

muscular'ity 

mus'cularize 

mus'cularized 

mus'cularizing 

mus'cular!y, 

muscula'tion 

mus'culature 

musculospi'ral 

muse 3 

mused 

muse'ful 

muse'fully 

muse'less 3 

musette' 

muse'um 

mush 





n 



Muravieff' 

Murch'ison 

Mur'cia Sp. 

mur'der 

mur'dered 

mur'derer 

mur'deress 

mur'derous 

mur'derously 

Mur'dock 

mur'dress 

mu'rex L. 

Mur'free 

Mur'freesboro 

mu'riate 

mu'riated 

muriat'ic ^ — ^ 

Muril'lo ' 

Murillo Sp 

mu'rine 

murk 

murk'ier 

murk'iest 

murk'iiy 

murk'iness. 

murk'y 

mur'mur 

mur'murer 

mur'muring^r' 

mur'muringly 

mur'murous dr^"-^'*^ 

mur'murously 

Mur'phy 



b J^musi' 

f mu'sii 



ianly 
Clanship 1 , 
cless 



mussed 

mus'se! ^'T^ 

mus'sel-bed 

mus'sel-shell ^- 

Mussel' „--p^ ■* 

mus'siness 

Mus'sulman 
•-Mussulman'ic -• 
* Mus'sulmanish 

Mus'sulmanjsm 

Mus'sulmanly^- 

muss'y 

must 

MUST ^7^ 

I abridge 

I abstain 

I accept- 

I admit 

r advise 

I affirm ...irr^ ^rrr?^r^... 

r aggravate 1 V 

' ^'^° /^) /^"^ 

I always --—6 / - — t o 

II be (see always) 
I appeal 

I appear ....-rrr^., .^ttt^ 

I appreciate >/ 

■=■ I apprehend 

I arrange . --r-^. ^rr^ir-^ 

I ascribe ^^ — . 

. , I attribute ' 

~\ n' be ...rr-n ^rr^ 

(1 able (see be) I 

I become 

I behave,. ,<-rT(3^ -■<^- -> 

I break \. ^^^ 

I bring 

I certainly ^r7-<v ' — ?5^ 

I change X...^ ' 

Di charge 
I come — -^■-- '■—ft — - 
I consider / 






mu'sic-mad 
mu'sic-master 
mu'sic-mistress 
^ musico-dramat'ic 
musicoma'nia 
u'sic-paper 
mu sic-rack 
mu'sic-roll 
mu'sic-school 
mu'sic-stand^_ ^ ^ 
mu'sic-stool '^'ij'j? 
mus'ingly 
musk 
musk'-bag 
musk'-deer 
Muske'gon 
mus'ket 
musketeer' 
musketoon 
mus'ket-proof 
musketry 
musket-shot 
musk'iness.'T-^, 
Muskin'gum -^ 
musk'melon 
Musko'gee 
musk'-ox 
musk'rat 
musk'-rose 
musk'y 

mus'lin ^.-? 

inuslinet' --p^ 
muss 



•''"Jt: — c— ^ I credit 
f -<::;~-j b' decide . 




I do 

II a (see do) 

I employ ...-cr—h... 
I except ]_ 

I excite 

I exhibit ..'■r-r^ — t 
I expect 1 



'^">^— P> """^y^- ' extend 



frequently.-'T— J, — p.. 
generally 





T- 



1 govern 

I have 

II a (see have) 

I it 

II appea: 
II be 

II have 

H make. .^rrj^. 

II not \j 

III be 

III do — 'TTSi. 

Ill have \ 
111 t^ke 
I its 

I know 

II a (see know) 

I learn ^— &— 
I make 



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MUST MAKE A 



289 



MYOLOCICAL 





II a (see make) 
I mean , 
I mention 
I nccesssrily 

I never 

II be (see never) 

I not 

II be (see not) 
I now 

I observe 
I occasion 
I otherwise 
1 part 

•pay - 

I precede 
I prevail 
I probably 
I proceed 

I put 

II it (sec put) 

I receive 

II a (see receive) IJ 

I recollect ^— ^'"v^j 

II a (see recollect) 

I regard 

II a (see regard) 

I regret 

II a (sec regret) 

I remember 

II thcm(see pcmcmbcr) 

I render 

II a (see render) 
I report 

I return 

I say 

II so (see say) 
I seem 

I show ^'TJ"^ 

II a (see show) 

I sometime 

II or other 
I succeed 
I surrender 

I take 

II a (see take) 
1 the 

I their --7^ - 

II own (see their) 

I there 

II be „.yr7-tv. 
II not / 

I therefore 

I try ..-x^..-^ 

II to have (see try) / | 

I turn v.^ 

II a (nee turn) 
I understand 
I undertake 
I undoubtedly, 

I use 

II a (nee use) 

I write .../tr^. 

II a (see write) 2 
mustache' ^^ 
mustache-cup t^ 
mustached' 
muita'chio „.^ 
musla'chiocd '.^ 
mustang 
Mus'tapha 
mus'tard 
mus'lard-pape 
mus'tard-plasler 



mus'tard-seed 
mus'tard-spoon 
mus'ter 
mus'ter-book 
mus' te r-d a y ^<:3;;> 
mus'tered 1 

mus'ter-file 

mus'ter-roII-<^' 

mus'tier 

mus'tiest ^T\ 

mus'tily u 

mus'liness 

mus'ty ''^T^ 

mutabil'lty 1 

mu'table 

mu'tableness 

mu'tably 

mu'tate 

muta'lion 

mu'tative 

mu'tatory 

mutch'kin 
mule 3 
muie'Jy 3 

mute'ness 3 

mu'tilate 

mutila'tion 

mu'tilator 

mutineer' 

mu'tinied 








v; 



j^ 



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> failure 
I father 
1 fellow 

I fellow-beings 
I fellow-citizens 
I fellow-men 

I fortune 

1 friend 

I god 

I good ^— ^ 

It friend (see good) 

I occupation 

I opinion 

I own 

II account (see own) 
I part 
I partner 
I properly 

prospect 

reason 
I recollection 
I resolution 

I respect-ed 

II friend 

I service '' 5 ^-^ 

I soul 

I spirit 
state ^^ 

subject 

support 

I text 







muttered 
mut'terer 
mut'terjngly 
mut'ton 
mui'ton-chop 
mut'ton-head 
..mut'ton-headed 
mut'tony ''~~-\^ y\ 
mu'tual „ 




-^rTT\.*.. ^-rr-cv- mu'lualism z*^ 
) J mu'tualist «' 



\ 



-^ 



•n, 



mutual'ity 
. mu'tually 
mu2'2le 

muz'zted ^--» 

mu2'zlc-Ioadcr,--7^ I 
muz'zlc-sight 





^ 



my 
MY 

I account 
I action 
. ^r—^i address 
^1 agent 
^ ^ I assurance •"-^ -^"^ -^"^ 

^-^f^l . — [j^L I attention e-^ Lj> ^— ^ 

I attorney 
I belief '""t 
'IT'*, child \, 

I children 



I worthy 

II friend 
I wrath 
I writing "" — -^ ' 

myal'gia 

myal'gic 

Myce'nac 

mycolog'ic 

'mycolog'ical 

mycolog'ically 

mycot'ogisl 

mycol'ogy 

^ myco'sis 
^^ mycot'ic ^^-^ 
My'ers 

myloglos'sus 

mylohy'oid 

nlylohyoi'dian 

mylohyoi'deus 

mynheer' 

my'oblast 

myobla'stic 

myocar'dial 

myocardi'tis 

myocSr'dium 

myodyna'mia 

myodynam'ics 



<f/Z -r^/Z. 



^ 






^•jf^ -^T^ I christian brethren 
^s 1^.1 friends ''^■<—^*^ 



mus'tard-plasler ^^_^ 1 course -'""* ' — ^ """^ 

mus'tard-pot '''"^^ "^"^ ''^*\>/n' ' ''^"'^ X. 

mus'tard-i>oultice x^ ^ X/ t"^'^cth''cn (see dear) ^ 



I claim 

I country ' ^ 
I countryman. 
I countrymen 
I course 
dear 



"> myodynamometer 
/ myofibro'ma ' " 

myogcn'ic 

my'ograph 

myti(;'raphcr 

myograph'ic 

myogroph'icn 

myograph'Ically' 

myog'raphy 

my'oid 

myolog'ic 

myolog'ical 




MYOLOGIST 



270 



MYTHOLOGY 



myol'ogist ^ ^-7 

myol'ogy ^V -r^V 

myopath'ic 

myop'athy - 

my'opc 7 

myo'pia 



myop ic 

myosarco'ma 

myosarcom'atous 

myo'sis 

myr lad ' 

myr'iad-minded 

myr'iagram 

myr'ialiter 

myr'iameter 

myr'iapod ~ 

myriap'odous 

myr'iarch 

Myr'midon < 

Myrmido'nian 

myrrh 

myr'rhic 

myr'rhin 





myr'rhy ^y 

myr'tlc-green 

myself '"o^ 

MYSELF 

Mys'ia 

Mysore' 'V&^ 
mystagog'ic '' > 
mystagog'icsl 

y, mys'tagogue <^ 
<— ^/J mys'tagogy L 

myste'rial 
myste'riarch 
myste'rious 
myste'rious'y 
myste'riousness 
-mys'tery ^~^ 
mys'tic 
mys'tical 
mys'tically 
pmys'tJcalness 
mys'ticism <'~^- 
mystifica'tion q — ^ 

MYSTIFICATION 



J' 



o 



-^ 




mys'lificator 

mys'tify 

mys'tifying 

my'tacism 
myth I 
rnylh'ic 1 

myth'ical i 
myth'ically r 
myth'icist I 
myth'icizer l < 
myth'ist 1 
mythog'rapher 

mythol'oger "■ >->-^ 
mylholo'gian v / 
mytholog'ic • 



^^ -^ 



1 



4>/ ^ 



~\% ^\L. 




f~«|- mytholog'ically' g ^ fc7 (/^ 
' — mythol'ogist 

mylhorofized ^^" ^'^' ^~^\ 
mythorogizer '\ 

^^ mythol'ogy w)?7 



J 



N 




t; ~v 



nz vosc 
nz'vus L. 
nag 3 

Na'gari 

Nagasa'ki 

Na'gel 

Nahant' 

Na'hum 

na'iad 

na'iades 

naif 1 

Na'ik 

nail ^^ 

nail'bnjsh / 

nailer 

nail'cry 

nail'-extractor^ 

nail'-file v^- 

nail'-hcadcd-...—,^ ^. 

nailing T""^'* 

nail'ing-machine 

nail'lcss 

nail'-mach 

nail'-make 

nail-plate 
nail'-rod 
nainsook' 
Nairn 
naive' i 
naivc'ly i 

naivete' F. 
na'ked 
na'ked-eyed 
nakedly ^.^ — « 
na kednesi T 

nam'ablc 

nam'by-pam'by 
name 

I certain 

II perioni(ftee certain) 
I cvery^ 
M one (lee every) 

I everybody 

II elic (see everybody) 

I everything 

II cl«e (sec everything' 
I him 
I himteU 



^ 



t his 

I one 

II more (see one) 

I one's 

II own (see one's) 
I oneself 

I our 

II own (see our) 
I ours 

I ourselves 

I some 

II one (see some) 

I somebody 

II else (see somebody) 

I something 

II else (see something) 

I the -..^^^■rTjr^>^^^ 

II best (cp. do the)b 

I their ---^:^^— *V.«.;^--^r-<\ ..,i^,,-rrT.f\ 

II own (sec their)/ <) v 
I theirs 










I us 

^ I you 

name'day 
^ name'less 
^^ name'lcssly. 
name'lessness 
namc'ly 
name'-plate 
am'cr 

name'-saint 
name'sake^ 
name'-son 
Na'mur 
Namur' F. 
Nana' 
Nan'cy 
9 — I Nancy' F. 
nankeen' 

_(r- Nan'ny 
V^ nan'ny-goat 
Nan'sen 
u Nantas'ket 
1 Nantes 
Nantes F. 
Nan'ticokf 
Nantucic'et 
Nao'mi 



nap 3 
nape 

na'pcry 

Naph'tali 

naph'iha 





naph'thid 
naphthoic 
naph'thol 
naph'thyl 

naphthyl'ic 
■ — — T:_pNapier' 

Napie'rian 

nap'kin 

nap'kin-ring 

Na'ples 
nap'less 3 
Napo'Ieon 

Napoleon'ic 
Napo'leonism 

NAROLEONISM 

Napo'leonist ^ — v/<? 
nap'per 3 n« ' 

nap'piness 3 
-nap'py 3 
Narbonne' 
Narcis'sa 
Narcis'sus 
narco'ma 
narcom'atous 
narco'sis 
narcotic 
narcot'ical 
narcot'ically 
narcot'icalncss 
narcot'icncss 
nar'cotine 
narcotin'ic 
nar'cotism 

nar'cotize ^:.5-n ^-^-T\, 
nar cotized g D 

nar'cotizing 

na'rcs L. 

Narcs 

nar'ghilc 

na'riform 

na'rinc 

na'ris L 

Narragan'sctt 

narrate' 

narra'tion 





o. 



^~V 



nar rativc 
nar'ratively 
narra'tor 
nar'ratory 
nar' row 3 
nar'rowed 3 
nar'rower 3 
I than 
nar'rowest 3 



^ n 



r 



'=-^-/ 




ph'lhalcnc 

naphlhalcn'ic- i — ^ • . nar'row-gage 3 

naphlhal'ic >,j.^»_> j ^V . nar'rowiiig 3 ^ 

naph'lhalin \j' 'J. ^ nar'rowly 3 

nnph'thalize - , .^^ 1 nar'row-minded 

naph'lhalizcd ^y^ 7^ 7 nar'row-mindednen 
naph'lhalizing '/v (/v j[ nar'rowneai 3 





271 



NARROW-SOULED 



272 



NEAR AS POSSIBLE 



r 



>f 




nar'row-souled > 
narwhal ^_^^*V 
na'sal 

nasality ^^■ 

nasaliza'tion , ^ 1 

na'salize ' 

na'salized ^-^^ 
na'salizing .0^ 
na'saily 

Nas'by -.. i^ 

nas'cency \ 

nas'ccnt 

I state 
Nasc'hy.. ,^^_C_n 
Nash ' 

Nash'ua » 5 

Nash'villc -^ 

Na'smyth 

nasoc'ular 

naso-ethmoid'al 

nasofron'tal 

nasola'bial 

nasolabial'is 

nasolac'rymal 

nasol'ogy 

nasoma'Iar 

nasomax'illary 

nasopal'atal 

nasopal'atine 

nasopharyngeal 

nasophar'ynx 

nasor'bital 

nasosep'tal 

nasotur'binal ■**— ^ -- -y 

Nas'sau ' /" J 

Nas'sau G 

Nast 

nas'tier ^ 
I than 

nas'tiest 

nas'tily 

nas'tiness 

nastur'tium 

nas'ty 

na'tal 

Natal' -* ^ -i 

Natalie' J 
natality 

na'tant 

na'tantly "~-r^. 
nata'tion 

Natato'res 

natato'rial 

natato'rious 

natato'rium L 

na'tatory 

Natch'ez 

na'tes L. --^» 
Na'than ' [^ 

Nathan'ael 
Nathaniel 
na'tion 
na'tional 3 
I bank 



-.^^ na'tional ized 3 z:^ /v^ /^nau'seou 
./ na'tionalizer 3 ,^^^ ^^ ^J^ nautch i 



seousness 



na'tionally 3 

yna'tionalness 3 
na'tionhood 
na'tis L. 
»- na'tive 

1 American 

M party 

I mercury 

I talent 

I tongue 
na'live-born 
na'tively 
na'tiveness 
na'livism -^ 
na'tivist ^tT"^ 
nativis'lic 




.nativ'ity 
■^^na'trium 
{ na'tron 



^ 




^n^- 




naftily 3 -v^- 

nat'tiness 3 ■'■ 
natty 3 
natu'ra L 
nat'ural 

1 belief 

I child 

^1 consequence.^ ^ ^ — navic'ular 

^-Tf/~W--^i man y /^ ^-^ navic'uloid 



-^ Z' 



nautch'-girl 

nau'ticai 

t almanac 

I day 

I distance 

t tables 
nau'tically 
nau'tiform 
nau'tili L. 
nau'tiliform 

nau'tilus L 

Na'vajo 

na'val 
I committee 
i department 
I engineer 

-I hospital 
I office 
I officer 

na'vally 

Navari'no 

Navarre' 

Navarrese' 
nave 
na'vel 
na'vel-slring 



I men ' ^ na'viform -^ 

I method-.^..- navigability 

1 motion ^L^ C-< C~^ nav'igable 



V 



^^ 






I obligation 

I scale 

I value 
nat'ural-bi 
nat'uralism 
nat'uralist 






^ — JJ- naturalis'tic 

[,__P naturaliza'tion.^, .^. ^^. NAVIGATOR 



nav'igableness 

nav'igably 

nav'igate 

NAVIGATE-D 
naviga'tion 
naviga'tional 
navigator 



nat'uraiize 



^—-1^ nat'uralized 
'1 n. 



T- T 



^rf 



"^ 



I debt 

I domain 

iguard-../rri^^ 

I party ^'w^ 

I salute 
nationalism 3...^.^. 
na'tionalist 3 
national'ity 3 
naticnaliza'tion 
na'tionalize 3 



• — 7 n 
■6 n 

X. ^ 



at'uralizing ...^ -y^.. 

nat'urally /p .^ 

nat'uralness 

na'ture .-.^,..- *^, e, 

NATURE .^ 

na'ture-detty 
na'ture-god . 
na'tureless 
na'ture-myth 
na'ture-print . ,. 
na'ture-printing 







T 



nav vy 
na'vy 

na'vy-agent 
na'vy-bill 

na;vy-list^_^ ^ ^^ yf:^ 
^^...na vy-registerVJ. ^'^^ U 

na'vy-yard 
Nax'os 
nay .^^^ — 

NAY 



.^., 



T 



^. .,^. 



Nazare'an 
Nazarene' 
Nazare'nism 



na ture-spint ©^ 

a'ture-worship ..^,... 
NATURE- WORSHIP 



na turism 
na'turist ^ 
naturist'ic 

Nau'cratis 
naught I 
naugh'tier : 
, I than 

church ../7?V^. (T (^^^...naugh'tiest i 



NAZARENISM 
V^,_^Naz'areth 
\^ Naz'arite 

^_^ r^ ----^ Jb. Naz'ariteship 

■^ ' if ' \i^ NAZARITESHIP 

Nazarit'ic 




^-^^ 



^-^ 



^^ 




naugh'tily x 
.^ naugh'tiness i 
C\. naugh'ty i 






"^^r^. 



nau'sea i 
nau'seant 
nau'seate i 
nausea'tion 

nau'seativc 

nau'seous 

nau'seously 



r~^^ 



^ 



t?. 



£:?- 
^ 



Naz'aritism yv ' — \/^ S"^ 

ne plus ultra L.,^jp< J — ^ b ' ' 
iNeal 

Nean'dcr 

neap i ^ 

Neapol'itan " 

near ^-.-^-^ 

NEAR ^ 

1 a 
I about 

I an-and 
r another 

II one (see another)'; 

I as 

II possible (see as) 



:.^ 



NEAR AT HAND 



273 



NEEDINESS 



'..^... ^^ .^rr> 



I at hand 
I by 

I every 

II one (see every) <:;„5^ < 
I friend 

I her 

II own (see her)s 
I hers 
I herself 

I his <::_P 

II own (see his) 

I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 
I one 



^~ 







n n_ 



V 7 I result ^p/ ._p/^JX 

— I that 

hat) necessila'rian I 



I one s -q^ p _ 

II own (see one's) ' change 

I oneself < consequence 

I several ^^P ^_i> %y ' inference 

II other (see several)^^^ V 7 1 result 

I such ^^ I that 

II a (see sue 

I that 

II one (see th 

I the -z^^ ^^^ 

II adjournment (cp / 

I their [in the) 

II own " s. - ? "^ ^ - fi 
I theirs 

I them 

II that (see them) 
I themselves 
I there 
t these 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I those 



nebuliza'tion 

.neb'ulize ^--\/^'-'^~\/^ ^—\f^i 
nebulized ^- ^ ^ ' 

neb'ulizer 
\neb'uIose 
nebijios'ity 
neb'ulous 
neb'ulously 
neb'ulousness 
necessa'rian 
nccessa'rianism 

NECESSARIANIS 

nec'essarily 
. nec'essariness 
ncc'essary 
being 



^^^P'he^ 




necta rean 

'necta'reous 

necta'reously 

necla'reousness 
necta'rial 
nec'taried 
ec'tarine 
nec'tarize 
nec'tarized 
nec'tarizing 
nec'tarous 
nec'tary 
Ned'dy 
nee F. 
need i 




■^ 



";_-• necessita'tion.-~_p 
'V ncces'sitied J* 




I which "s™^ 

II a (see which) / 
I whom 

I whose <; < 

I your ) 

II own (see your) 

I yours <:_^ '^— ' 

I yourself fe o 

near'-by 

Near'chus 



near er 
I than 



Y 



'^"n> 



r'sighted ^ ^ „ 
r'»ightcdne»s..! YS-T.. ^ 



near'esi 
near'ly ,. 
near'ncss 
nea 
nea 
neat 

neat'er t 

I than 

neat'est 

NEATEST 

neat herd I 
ncal'ly 
neat'ncss 1 
Nebraska 
I City 

Ncbrai'kan 
Nebuchadnei'zB 
ncb'ula 

neb'ulx 

nebular 

neb'ulated 

ncbula'tton 

ncbulif'croui 

ncb'uli^t 



Y 



^ 



necessita nanism 

NECESSITARIANISM! 

neces'sitale 

nece 

ncc 

ncces'sitous 

neces'sitously i"-rP 
neces'silousness Jq 
neces'sity / 

neck . 
Neck'ar 
neck'band 

«i_pneck'-bonc 
neck'cloth 
Neck'er 
Neckcr- F. 
ncck'crchief _ 
neck'-hand'kefchief 

rneck'lacc 
neck'laced _ 
neck'tace-shaped 
ncck'let 
neck'-piece 
ncck'-strap 
neck'tie 
ncck'wcar 
necrol'atry 

necrolog'ic 

necrolog'ical 

necrologist 

necrol'ogy 

ncc'romanccr 

nec'romancing 

nec'romancy 

necroman'tic 

necroman'tically 

necrophagous 

necrop'olis 

nec'ropsy 



^f/^s? 



r 



,^_^ necroscop ic 
_ ^ p..necro9cop'ical 



cc roscopy 
ncc'rosc 



j>,--^_^ 5, ncc rose 

ar\-^^»JLp^^-^v/incc'roscd v^rt^ 
^ ncc'rosing "• 




■ — * ^ nccro'sis L. 
\ \r\ necrotic 

' ntrmtntt 




1 man (cp. take a) . 
an-and 
another 

I one (see another) 
appear 

that (see appear) 

he 

her 

II own (see her) >-- 
hers ^ 
his 

I own (see his) ^^i— ^ 

it 

its 
I own (see its) ^ 

no tj_^ 

I more (see no) 

necessarily ^^_C/- 

never 
1 be (see never) 

nobody 
I else (see nobody) 

none 

not 

be (see not) 

nothing 
I else (see nothing) 

of 
1 his (see of) 

one 
I more (see one) 

one's 
I own (see one's) — < 

several 
I other (see several) 

such 

I a (see such) 
that 

one (see that) >.f 
the ....?-<-. 

most (cp. take the) 
them ^ 

II that (see them) \ 
this 

II one (see this) 

to be 

us 
necd'-be 
necd'cr i 
necd'ful 

NEEDFUL-LY ~. 
necd'lully ^^ — 

nced'fulncss 

NEKDFULNESS 

needier I 
t than 

nccd'icsl 1 ; — ^ 
nced'ily ■ iT 

nced'iness 



^ 



^ 
n 



"^ 



!> 




X\_ 



/ r 



-< 



^»-^ 



T 



X 



1. ...r\. 




NEEDLE 



274 



NERVII 



needle i;^ t^ 

nec'dle-book ( ( "^ 

nec'dlc-case 

nce'dle-forccps,- 

nee'dleful 

nee'dle-gun 

nee'dlc-holdcr ,-^ -X a •>' "^ 
nee'dle-poinled^^ ( •''' \ f ^ '\ 
nee die 




,J 



c> 



r;. 



-n. 



nee'dlc-shaped ^ ^^ ^ 9 ^ 

nee'dle-sharpenerC^ V^^ « 

needless 

need'Icssly 

need'lcssness 

nee'dle-threade: 

nee'dlewoman ,^ 

nee'dlewomen f ^^ — : 

NEEDLEWOMEN 

nee'dlework .>^ 
nee'dicworker Jy" 
needs I 

needy i ; — ^ 
ne'er I 

ne'er'-do-good 

ne'er'-do-well 

nefa'rious 

nefa'riously 

nefariousness 

Neff 

ne'gate 

ne'gatedness 

nega'tion 

neg'ative 

I evidence 

I pole 

1 power 



NEGRO-HEAD 

ne'groid 
ne'groism 

ne'gus 

Nehemi'ah 

neigh 

neigh'bor 

neigh'borer 

neigh'borhood 

ncigh'boring 

neigh'borliness 

neigh'borly 

f neighed ^_-< 
neigh'ing ' I 
Neil 

Neil'son ^ — 
'^^"^nei'thcr ^i. 




r 



-NEITHER 




.-^5 I a-an • 

P^ .S' -can 

II a (see can) 

I could 
*_ii a (see could) 

did 

II a (see did) 

I does 

II a (see does) 

I has s> 

II he (see has).. 
I more nor less 



ilithi'asis \ 
ilith'ic I 




;:> .[)ii them (see of). 



:r:^.. 



I one 

II of (see one) 
I purpose 
I that 



■—n 



neg'atively^-^^- 
neg'ativeness .L 
neg'ativism ' 

negativ'ity — ^-^ 
nega'tor .{, 

neg'atory J 

neglect' ^-^^ — •— 
NEGLECT-ED 
neglect'able 

NEGLECTABLE 

neglect'edness 

NEGLECTEDNESS 

neglect'er 

neglect'ful 

NEGLECTFUL. LY 

neglect'fuHy 

neglect'fulness ^ 

NEGLECTFULNESS 

neglect'ingly 

neglec'lion - — r • 

negligSe' J^ 

neg'ligence — <-y " 

neg'ligent c/' 

neg'ligently 

neg'ligible 

negotiab" 

nego'tiai 

NEGOTIABLE 

nego'tiant 

nego'tiate 

negotia'tion i^^^^ 

nego'tiator O^"" 

nego'tiatory 

nego'tiatrix 

ne'gress 

Negri'to 

ne'gro 

NEGRO 

ne'gro-head* 



"II Nel'lie 
\Neny 





II one (see that) 

■is I the 
}~^i this 
■^ ^u nor that (see this) 
.ir I was 

II a (see was) 
Nell -^ 

'y 

Nel'son ^-^ 
Ne'mea ^ ^ 
Ne'mean 

Nem'esis 
Nemours' 
Nen'nius 
Ne'ocene 
neo-Chris'tian ^- 
neo-Christian'ity 
neo-Lat'in ^^■ 
Neolith'ic ,j_/ .J 
neolo'gian * 

neolog'ic -i-^^ 
^ neolog'ical / 
f neolo&'ically / 

neol'ogism „ 

ned'ogist A 

neoiogist'ic cr^ 

neologist'ical ^ 
'-neol'ogize 

neorogized 
eorogizing 

neorbgy 

neopa'ganism 

neopa'ganize- 

neopho'bia 

nc'ophyte 

ne'ophytism 

ne'oplasm 

ncoplas'tic 




r r 



ne'oplasty 

Neoplaton'ic 

Neoplaton'ically 

Neopla'tonisnr^ 

Neopla'tonist 

Neoptoi'emus 

Nepal' > ^ 

Nepaulese' V 
nepen'the 

nepen'thes L.? 

neph'ew 

nephral'gia 

nephrargic^._5>^^^.^ 

nephrec'lomy YZ — 

nephrit'ic 

■nephrit'ical . 
nephri'tis ^ ^ 
neph'rocele 
neph'roid 
nephrol' 
nephrol 

nephrolithot'omy 
nephrol'ogist 
nephrol'Dgy 

nephrorhag'ia,^_5--/ ^ 
nephrotomy Vx 

Ne'pos 
nep'otal 

ne4)ot'ic 
nep'otism 

NEPOTISM 

nep'otist 

Nep'tune 

Neplu'nian 

Nep'tunist 

Nc'reid 

Ne'reus 
Neris'sa 
Ne'ro 

Nero'nian 

Ner'va 

ncrva'tiori 

ner'vature 
nerve 

nerve'-broach 
nerve'-canal 




1 '^'^ 




--^.--^. 





nerve'-center 

nerve'-corpuscle 

nerve'-drill 

nerve'-ending 

nerve'-fiber 

nerve'-fibril 

nerve'-fibrilla 

nerve'-force 

nerveless 

,nerve'lessness<4,-i <w ■'S-I 

nerve'-motion y~ ^'TD ^r 

nerve'-needle ^o f 

nerve'-obtundent< 

nerve'-path 

nerve'-rudiment ^\_ \ 



'n:;rC\-^ 



ncrve'-shaken ^ 

nerve'-stretching ^ 

nerve'-substance 

nerve'-tire 

nerve'-tissue 

nerve'-tract 

nerve'-tuft 

nerve'-tunic 

nerve'-wave 

nerv'ier 

nerv'iest 

Ner'vii 



,X7 



"^ -ni 



NERVIMUSCULAR 



275 NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH 



reurol'ogist 



ma Li. 



r.euro raata 
neuromus'cular f^ 
neu'ron 



nervimus'cular ■i^. 
nerv'ine *H^' v^ 
nerv'ing 

nervos'ity 

ncrv'ous 
I center I 

I headache ^-^ ^ ^-^ "w-j neuropath 

I substance V^ I M? vo neuropath'ic_ 

I system \3 I — ^neuropath'ical 

ncrv'ously 

neiVousness 

neiVure 




^-^-y? 






ss^ "-^S 
nerv'y «a^- 



ness 

nest 

nesf-egg 

nest'ful ,__^^< 

nes'tle 

ncst'ler v^^s» 

nes'tling /I 



- 'C 



Nes'tor 



c 



r 



-^r? 



neuropath'ically 

neuropatholog'ic^ 

neuropathol'ogist 

neuropathol'ogy 

neurop'athy 

neuropsychol'ogy 

neuropsychopath'ic 

neuro'sal 

neuro'ses L, 

neuro'sis L. ^^ 

neurot'ic nQ 

neu'rotome 







,si^--iy'i:U^;: 




^ 



Nesto'riant 
NCSTORIANISM 

net 

net'-fish 

net'-fisherman 

net'-fishermen 

NET-FISHERMEN 

net'-fishety 

nel'-fishing 

neth'cr 

Netherlander 

Netherlandish 

Nelh'erlands 

ncth'ermost 

neth'erward 

ncth'erwards 

net'-loom 

net'-maker^^*'-; 

net'-making' 

net'-mender 

nel'ter 

netting ^^ — ^"^' 

netting-machine 

net'ting-needle --r 

neftle 

nettle-fish 

nefllc-rash w ^ 

net'tling / ^^^S' 

nct'ty 

net'-vcined 

net' work "^ 

Neufchatel' 

Neuilly- 

Neu'mann 

neu'ral 

ncural'gia v ». 

neuralgic — C/Z,— C/vl:^ 

neural'giform 

ncurastheni'a L 

neuraslhcn'ic 

neurailhcn'ically 

ncura'tion 

neurcc'tomy 

ncurc'mia 

ncure'mic 

neu'ric 
neuriiem'ma 



neurot'oroy 

Neu'stadt _ 
Neu'stria a i» 
neu'ter 3 

neu'tral y 

neu'tralist X/ 
neutrality 
neutraliza'tion c,^ 
neu'tralizc X^*^^' 
neu'tralized 



j\ neu'tralizer 

A^=>neu'tralizing 






neu'trally 

jr- Ne'va 
i—J Neva' R 
Ncva'da 




c ^ 



r 



II done (see been) 
I before 

I did 

II a (see did) 
t do 
II a (see do) 

P'l does 
II a (see does) 

I enter 

II a (see enter) 
I (ail 
I fell 
I find-found 



^ ^ 




neuril'ity 
ncurit'tc . 
neuri'ti* 
neurog'rflphy 
neu'rold T 

ncurolog'ical 



e-^. *" — ^1 nna-touna — ^ •— j 

\>f W /^ 'has S ^ 

^ ^^. V- ^V-J „ been (see has) ^ 

I have 

II a (jec have) 

I intend 

II a (see Intend)- 
I knew 

I know 
5,. II a (see know)' 

,_/v'bi lend 

II • (tee lend) 

f^y- 1 make ^- 

y/ II a (see make) 

I observe 






A'—^' Present 

•ii a (see present) v^ 
I question v_, 

p-i^r'^i said — 1 — ] — . 

> "''11 a (see said) ^ V^ ^ 

I shall I \_ J 

II be (see shall) 

I since 

II then (see since) 

I sure ^^ — 1 "^^ — ■> — 1 

\ a (see take) Z) \ | 

J think ^— t — -1 — 1 

II that (see think) V^ V^ v.^ 

I thought ( ( ^ 

II that (see thought) ■ -' 
^— ~-< I tire 

"S I to be 
tij>i_ I took 

II a (see took) 

I understand 

II it (see understand)-^ — | - — -1 — -t 

I Tinderstood ^"^^ — H^^'H' 

II a (see understood) T 

I want >. — 1 ^^ ^^ 
, II a (see want) v,^ V,^ V^ 

I was y 
-|. II a (see was) 

-</ 1 I went 

II into (see went) 

/p> I were 
■stXv I will 

II be (see will) 

'ye« .--I v_s^ ._?>>, 

nev'er-ceasing v-^, ^ \' 

nev'er-ending 

NEVER-ENDING -_r>>, 

nev'er-failing \ '1* 

NEVER-FAILING 

— ^ nev'ermore 
V_| NEVERMORE 
Nevers' 

nevcrtheless',_^>. /"^ — 1 — i- 
NEVERTHELESsV S- -^ 

Neville fc ( 

new 

NEW ^ , , 

I age ^~x^ 

1 Bedford 

I birth 

I book • — >_ — -V yf 
• — [ I Brighton <^ t^-'^ *■ 

v_ I Britain 

|_ I Brunswick ^ 

I Castle 

I Christians 

I Church -^ — b ~-S~T "7^ 

I departure 

I discovery 

I England - — 1 - — -1 — -, 

— . I era K_ J-^ 

Vfl I fashion .... 
\ I Forest 

I foundation 

I France 

I Guinea — \3^ — *~N 

I Hampshi^e^ 

I Kaven 

I Hebrides 

I Holland 

I house 

I interettl ^-r'-" — '' — ~f 

I Jcrunalem / yr:^77^.-./T^^- 

II Church ; ""^^ '~P'^ 






NEW LATIN 



276 



NIGHTMARE 



I Latin 

I London z^. 

I man "■ — ^ 
I measurement 

I Mexico ^ 

I moon ^— ^ 
I Netherlands 

I one 

I Orleans ■ 
I South Wales 
I state ^~fr^ 
I style ^ 

I Testament 

I things 

I value '^ — 1 

I way °^ 

I world 

I work 



I year 

I year's. 

II day 

II gift 

I York 

II City 

II state ^^^, 
I Zealand r' 



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Newn'ham 

New-Pla'tonist . 

■Ti New'port 

news 3 

news'-agent ,^^ 

— ::a news'boy 

^-^ news'Iess --^ 
news'-letter "^' 
news'man 3 
news'men 

.... NEWSMEN^— ^ 

news' nionger 3 

news'-pamphlet- 

news'paper 

news'paper-clamp 

news'paperdom 

news'paper-Sle 

news'room 

New'stead 

news 

news-wri 



•Y ^ 




riter3 1 y\ ^ 




New'ark 
new'-born 
NEW-BORN 
New'burg 

New'burn 

New' bury 

New'buryport 

New'castle 

New'comb, 

New'come 

new'-come 

NEW-COME 
new'comer 

NEWCOMER 
newr'-create 
NEW-CREATE 
new'el 3 --^ 

New-Eng'lander^/ 
newer 3 
I than 
ncw'est 3 
newfan'gle 

NEWFANGLE 

newfan'gled 

NEWFANGLED' 

newfan'gledly 

newfangledlyV 

newfan'gledness 

newfangledness 

new'-fashion 

NEW-FASHION 

new'-fashioned 

NEW-FASHIONED 

new'-fiedged 

NEW-FLEDGED 

New'foundland... 

NEWFOUNDLAND 

New'foundlander 

NEWFOUNDLANDER 

New'gate 



ncw'ish 

NEWISH 

ncw'ly 

NEWLY 
New^'man 
New'market ^-y^ 
Ncw-Mex'ican 
ncw'-modcl,_— a 
new'ness 3 




nib'blingly 
^Ni'belung 
Ni'belunge 

Ni'belungenlied ^— -v ■"■ — C^ ^~_^-=night' -breeze ,_jv 
" " " \ ^ j night'cap ^ \> 



^ ^ "^S 



I than 
nic'est ^ 
ni'cety 
niche i 
Nich'clas 
Nich'ols 
Nich'olson 
Nic'ias ,.^^ 
Nick '^^ 
nick z 

nick'el j..^^,^ 
nickel'ic 

nickelif'erous 

nick'elous 

nick'el-plated 

nick'el-plating. 

nick'el-silver 

nick'er 

nick'nack 

nick'name 

Nicode'mus 

Nicolai' 

Nic'olas 

nico'tian ' 

nic'otine 

nicotin'ic 

nictate 

nicta'tion >. 

nic'titate 

nictita'tion 

ni'di L. i 

ni'dus L. 

Nie'buhr 

niece i 

Nie'derwald 

Nie'haus 

Nie'man 

Nic'mann 

Nier'stein 

Nier'steiner 
..Ni'ger 

nig'gard 

nig^gardish 
.,,^..nig'gardliness 
J^ nig'gardly 

nig'gardness 
...^.jiig'ger 

nig'gerdom 

nig'gerhead 

nig'gerish 

nigh 

NIGH 

nigh'er 
I than 

nigh'est i 

nigh'ness x 

night I 

night'-bell 
ight'-bird i 
ight'-blooming 



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Nib'lo 

Nicae'a 

Nican'der 

Nicara'gua 

Nicara'guan 

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Nice 

nice I 

T-nice'ly "v^^*- 
Ni'cene Y 

I council 

I creed 
nice'ness I 
nicer 




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night'-clothes 

night'-dress 

night'fall 

night'gown 

night'-hawk i 

night'ingale 

night'-key i 

night'-lamp 

night'-Iatch 

night'less 

night'long 

night'ly 

night'mare i 



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night'-moth 

night'-owl _^ 

night'-robe 

night'-schoo! 

night'shade 

night'shirt i ' 

mght'-soil 

nighl'-sweat 

night' -taper 

night'-terrors 

njght'-time 

night'-walk 

night'-walker 

nighl'-walking 

nighfward ~-^ 

night'-watch 

night'-watcher ^^ 

nighl'-^^ratchman 

NIGHT-WATCHMAN 
night'- watchmen 

NIGHT-^A■ATCHM£.^■ 

night'-work 

nigres'cence 

nigres'cent 

nigrifica'tion 

nig'ritude 

nihil L. 

ni'hilism 

ni'hiiisl ^ 

nihilistic 

nihil'ity 

Nike 

Nikisch 

nil I 

Nile 

nill I 

Nilom'eter 

Nilol'ic 

Nils'son 

nim'bi 

nim'ble ' _ 

nim'ble-fingered 

nim'ble-footed 
nim'blenes3 
nim'blcr 
I than 
nim'blest 
nim'ble-witted 

nim'bly 
nim'bus 
Nim'cgucn 
I4Tme3 

Nim'rod j ^ 

r.in'compoop 

nine 

nine'fold 

nine'-lived ' 

nine'pence- 

nine'pins 

nine'&core 

ninc'tccn v^-'OL-i. 

ninc'tcenlh J 

ninc'licth 

ninc'ly — - 

Nin'cveh 

Nincvit'ical 

nin'ny i 

nin'nyhammer 1 
ninth 



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ip'pingly 

nip'ple 

Nippon' 

Nippur* 

Nirva'na Skr 

Nisse'a 

Ni'san 
. ni'si L. I 

nit I 
-ni'ter i 

Nito'cris 




I facility 

I fact .-...,^^,^.. — 

I faculty \^\ 

I faith 
1 fault . 
I favor 



ni'lrate 

ni'tric 
' ni'tride 



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nitrifica'tion 




V *^^ /L^HITRIFICATION 

/— ^ ni'trified 

ni'trify 




ro-compound' 
nitrogel'atine 




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I, I will not.,,.^;^. 
I, I won't i 

(judge 
I judgment 
vJi^i justice 
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nitrogen'ic v 1* 

ni'trogenize 1/ _^_^^__ ^51 more 

ni'trogenized n /\_ n-^ 11 than (see more) 

ni'trogenizing "J" "1" "J 1 necessity 
nitrog'enous ^^ C^ji^^^ C9 ' notice 
nitroglyc'crin -yrl- >5^L~.^J1 ' 9,'°''^==' 
nitrohydrochlo'ricd_^ vl- v P-.^/CLL?''J'^''°''- 






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nitromunat'ic 
>_^ nitroprus'sic 
C^ nitrosulphu'ric 

ni'trous 

Nitzsch 

niv'eous 

NivOsc' 

nix 

nix'ie ^.,^^ — o 

no 

NO 

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II of 

in it (see of) 
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^_/v , change — ^^^ 

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I character 
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I country 
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I death 
I demand 




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\ I expectation 



I expenK 




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one 

can (sec one) 
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; — -| II account (cp. no) 
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I part 

I party 
s.^^ I person. 
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1 publication 

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I time 

I title -.„^,;^,... 
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NO WORLD 



278 



NONE WILL BE 



I world 

I worse 

M than 

I worth 

n o'-ac c ou n t' .^__^/Y^ 
Noa'chian 
Noa'chic 
No'achid 
Noach'ida 
No'ah 
Noailles' 
nob I 

nob'bily i 

nob'by i 

nobil'iary 

nobil'ify _ 

nobil'ifying 

nobil'itatc 

nobilita'tion 

nobil'ity 

no'ble 

noTileman 

no'blemen 

NOBLEMEN 

no'ble-minded 
no'ble-mindedne'ss 
no'bleness 
no'bler 
I than 
noblesse' F 

no'blest '"""TV 

no'blewoman \ 
no'blewomen 

NOBLEWOMEN 

no'bly 
no'body 

NOBODY 

I else 

II than (sec else) 
noctur'nal 
noctur'nally 
nocturne' 
noc'uous 
noc'uously 
nod I 

nod'al ^• 

no'dated / 
nod'ding i 

nod'dingiy 
nod'dle 
nod'dy i 
node 
no'di L. 
nod'ical 

no'di form 

no'dosc 

nodos'ity 

nod'ular 



— c/* •— </C 



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n^ 




noisette' F. 
nois'ier i 
I than 

nois'iest i 
, nois'ily i 
' nois'iness I 

nois'ing i 

noi'some 

noi'somely 

noi'someness 

nois'y 1 .^_p-U_ 

No'lan '^ 

nolens volens L. 
nol'Ie I 
I prosequi L. 

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nol-prossed' t<^ 
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nod'ulated 

nodula'tion 
nod'ule 
nodulifcrous 
nod'uliform 
nod'ulose 
nod'ulous 
no'dus L 
noel' F 

No'ei 

no'how 
noise x 
noised x 
noise'less 
noise'Iessly 
noisc'Iessness 



nol-pross 

Nol'te ^ 

nom F. ^_y I 

I de guerre 

II plume 
nom'ad 
nomad'ic 
nomad'ically 
nom'adism 

NOMADISM * 

^-yK nom'adizc — ■ — ■\ 
Nonom'adized ' -b 

nom'adizing 

nome 

no'men L 

no'menclative 

no'menclator 

nomenclato'rial 

no'menclatory"^ 

no'menclatress 

no'menclatural 
nclature 
1 
^^__^,,^__ji nom'ina L. 
' jnom'inal 

nom'inalism 

nom'inalist 

nominalist'ic 

nom'inalize 

nom'inalized 

nom'inalizing' 

nom'inally 

nom'inate 

nom'inateiy ' 

nomina'tion ; ^-^ 

nominati'val c-^^ 

nom'inative 

nom'inatively j- — r— p. j* 

nom'inator 'L^ 

nominee' / 

nom'inor 

non L. I 
I assumpsit 

mentis 



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I sequitur" 
non-abil'ity 
non-accept'ance 
.^^^ non-ac'cess 

non-ac'id 
f~y^ non-acquaint'ance 
^~onon-acquics'ccnce 
• non-admis'sion 



non-adult' 
. non'age .^ 

'' nonagena'rian' 
^f—v nonages'imal 
./^pnon'agon r — ^ 
non-altena'tion 
non-appear'ance ^ 

NON-APPEARANCE 

Don-appoint'ment 

NON-APPOINTMENT 

non-arri'vai ^""^ T^^'"^ 
non-attend'ance 

non-atten'tion ^^_-•-^^^ 
non-bitu'minous -t 
nonce i 
nonce'-word 
nonchalance' F. , 
nonchalant' F. ' 
non'chala 
non'-claim 
non-cohe'sion 
non-coin'cidence 
non-coin'cident , 
non-com'batant ' 
non-com mis' sioned 
non-commit'tal i j- 
non-commun'icant 
non-commun'ion 3 -^ 
non-com munist'ic 
non-comple'tion x 
non-compli'ance i 
non-comply'ing i r— 
non-conclud'ing 3 

non-concur' 1^-^*^ 

non-concur'rence 

non-condens'able 

non-condens'ing 

non-conduct'ing 

non-conduc'tion 

non-conduct'or 

non-conform'ing 

non-conform'ist 

non-conform'ity 

non-conta'gionist 

on-conta'gious 
non-conta'giousness 
non-contempora'neous 
non-content' "* ^U 

non-conten'tious ^t 
non-contradic'tion ■ 

non-contrib'uting' J- 
non-contrib'utoryo-^ 
non-decid'uate^n. I 
non-deliv'ery' L«V^ 

NON-DELIVERY 

non-deposi'tion 
non'descript 

NONDESCRIPT >^ \^ 

non-devel'opment 
NON-DEVELOPMENT 

1 non-discov'ery ;■ 

"—^ NON-DISCOVERY 

none 
NONE 

I are 

II known (see are) 

I else y^D 
less ^ 

I'may 

II be (see may) 

I should s,^ 

II be (see should) 
I the less 

I will 

II be (see will) 




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NON-EFFECTIVE 



279 



NOR WERE 



non-effect'ive 
non-effi'cienl f 

NON-EFFICIENT 

non-c'go 1 

non-egoist'ical 

non-elas'tic 

non-elect' 

non-clec'tion 

non-elcc'lric 

NON-ELECTRIC 

non-clcc'trica! 
non-cmphat'ic 

NON-EMPHATIC 

non-emphat'ical 
non-empir'ical 

noncn'tily 
non-epis'copal 

NON-EPISCOPAL 

nones 
non-essen'tial ^ 

NON-ESSENTIAL I 

none'such — ^-Jj^ 

nonet' / 

nonet'to It. 

non-exccu'iion 

non-existence 

non-existent 

non-expo rta'tion 

non-cxtcn'silc 

nonfca'sance 

non-forfeiting 

non-fulfiU ment 

nonil'Iion 

non-importa'tion 

non-import ing 

non-inflcc'tional 




non-perform'ance 

NON-PERFORMANCE 

non'plus 



^-n. non'plused 
l^ \ non'plusing r 






non-inhab'itant 
non-in'tcrcourse 
NON- INTERCOURSE 

non-intervcn'tion 

NON-INTERVENTION 

non-issuable 3 
non-joinder 

nonjur'able I ^a r 

nonju rant 

nonj'j'ring 

nonjuror 

nonju'rori: 

non-ltmita'tion 

non-lu'minou: 

non-malig'nant 

NON-MALICNANT 

non>manufac'lurer 
non-marrying 

non-mcd'ullated v 
non-mcm'bcr j'-..^^ 

NON-MEMBER 

non-mcm'bcrship 

NONMEMBERSHI 

non-metal 
non-melal'lic 

non-mor'al 
non-mu lual," 
non-nal'ur^l 
non-ncccsiiiy 
non^nitrog cnoui 
non-;io'ble 
non-nii'cleated 
non-obe'diencc 

non-observance 

NONOBSP.RVANCft 

non-owner ^~^~~^\y\ 
non-oxyg'enouft , 
nonpareil' r — -■-— ''"^i**-"^— *■ 
non-payment ^ — ^ 




non-prepara tion 
non-presenta'tion 
non-produc'tionl 

NON-PRODUCTION 

non-produc'tive ;^_^ 

NON-PRODUCTIVE 

non-profes'sional 
non-profi'ciency 

NON-PROFICIENCY-T 

non-profi'cicnt 

non-recur'rent 

non-rccur'ring 

non-regard'ance 

non-rendi'lion 

non-resem'blance 

NON-RESEMBLANCE 

non-rcs'idcncc P 

non-res'idcnt ^.^ifid 

non-resist'anc'e 

non-resist'ant 

non-resist'ing 

non-sane' 

non'sense 

nonsen'sical 

nonsensical'ity 

nonscn'sically j- 

nonscn'sicalness 

ron-sen'silive 

non-sex'ual 
/^on-slave'holding 

Sr'-on-solu'tion ; — -^ 
non-sol'vency 

NON-SOLVENCY 

non-sol'vcnt 
non-so'nant 
non-stri'ated' 
non-submis'sion 

non-submis'sive 
noiisubstan'tialis': 
nonsubstan'tialist 
Tion'suit 

NSUIT 

r.on-tcn'ure 
non'-tcrm 
non-tox'ic 
^non-u'niformist 



on-u nion 3 
nonun'ionist 3 
fon'uplct 

Nnon-us'er 3 
non-vas'cular 
non-vernac'ular 
non-viable 
nonvo'cal 
noodle 
^noo'dledom 
/"^noo'dle-so 
'* nook 3 
-noon 3 
Noo'nan 
noon'day 
noon'-mark 3 
noon'tide 
noose 3 
noosed 3 
noos'ing 3 
no-po'pery 

nor 
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I admit 

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I could 

II a (see could) 

Bid <5^ 
II a (see did) 

I do 

II a (see do) <;_.* 

I has L 

II a (see has) 

I have <i^ 

II a (see have) v — 
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I her 'v_v -;_, <:_» 

II own (see her) \ \ ^ 
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II a (see is) 

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I must 

II a (sec must) 

I need 

II a (see need) . 
one 

II more (see one) 
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II own (see our) 
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I quite 

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II other (see several) 

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II a (see shall) 

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I will 

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II you 

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II own (see your) 

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I yourself 
No'ra 
No'rah 
Nor'denfcit 
Nor'denskjold 
Nord'hoff 
Nor'dica 
Ncr'folk 
norm 
Nor'ma i^^ 
nor'ma 
nor'mal 
normarity 
normaliza'tion 
nor'malize 
nor'maIi2ed|c;^j;r>) 
nor'mally ^ 

Nor'man 

N o r ' ma n d y 1^^^,^— :i 

Norn 

Nor'ris 

Nor'ristown ^^ <^ 

Norst I ' 

Norse'iTian i 
Norsemen 
NORSEMEN 
north ^..^ 

I Adams ^ 

I America 

I and South %^ 

I Carolina \ 

I Dakota 

t polar <i.^ /^^ 

I pole V 1 

I side 

I \vind <:.-^ 

Northamp'ton \_^ 
North-Carol in 'ian 

northeast' '*=—<• 
northeast'er Q 
northeast'erly 
northeast'ern i-::_^^^>^ 
northeast'ward y 
norlhcast'wardly 
north'er 1 
north'erlinessi, 
north'erly 
north'ern i 

I cities 

f course 

I hemisphere 

I lights 




north'wardlyi' 

north'wards 

northwest' 



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r NORTHWEST ■;— ^ 
norihwest'er 

NORTHWESTER 

northwest'erly 
NORTHWESTER 
northwest'ern v 

N0RTHWESTERN«_,-4' '^ 
north west' ward 
NORTHWESTWARD 



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l^' !<::_< I claimed ^-c_ 
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Nor'ton 

Nor'walk 
Nor'way ^^ 
Norwe'gian 
Nor'wich 
i^::.^^ Nor'wich Eng 
nose 

nose'-bag - — 
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nose'bleed 

nosed 
,~^ nose'gay ,^_^ 

nose'less ' 

nose'-piece 
fz^^ nose'-ring 

nos'ing 
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rosogr?ph'ical' 

nosograph'ically 

nosog'raphy,^__^ — .. 

nosolog'ical I V. 

nosol'ogist 

nosol'ogy ^-y. 

nosopho'bia Ot ' 

nostal'gia ' 

nostal'gic j~_^- 

nostal'gy Y L 

nos'tril 

nos'triled 
nos'trum 




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I dangerous 
I dangerously 
I decomposed 
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I desired 
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north'ernmost x 
north'ing 
north'Iand i^:^ 
North'man v^ 
North'men 

NORTHMEN %^ 

north'most V':-:> 

north'ness 

Northum'berland 

Northumbrian' 

north'ward 



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I having 

II a (see having) 
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I her 

It own (see her) 

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I herself 

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nox'iousness 

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nuance' F. 

nub ^— ^ 
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nu'bia 

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nubif'erous 

nubig'encus 

nu'bile 

nu'clear 

nu'cleate 

nu'cleated 

nucleif'erous 

nucle'iform 

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nu'cleoid 

nucle'olar 

nu'cleolated 

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nour'ish ' 

nour'ishable 
NOURISHABLE 
nour'isher 

nour'ishingly ^-i..-. 
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Nova'tian 
nov'el -'■■. 

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t L^ novice 

^ -^ ^ nov'iceship J— 1- -s — |- ^_ 

v_^ V^ v_ novi'tiate V^ ' V^ 




nu'cleoline 

nucleoli'nus 

nu'cleoloid 

nucle'olus 

nu'cleoplasm 

nucleoplas'mic 

nu'cleus 

nude 3 ^w-<_ 

nude'ly 3 

nude'ness 3 
nudge ^ 

nudifica'tion 

nu'dity 

nu'gatory 

Nu'gent 

nug'get 

nug'gety 

nui'sance 

null 

nulliBca'tion 

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nul'Iifier 
nul'Iify 
unifying 

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nuUip'arous \^ VA 1 

hul'lity 

Numan'tia -■ y^ 

numb ^ 

numbed'ness 

num'ber 

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num'bcring-press 
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NUMBERLESS 

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num'blcs 

numb'ness 

nu'merable 

numeral 

nu'meraUy 

nu'merant 

nu'mcrary 

nu'merate 

numera'tion 

nu'mcralivc 

numerator 

numeric 

numer'ical 

numcr'ically 

nu'mcro 

numeros'ily 

numerous 

nu'nierously 

nu'merousness 

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numismat'ic 

numismat'ical -■ — -t-^o 

numismat'ically 

numismati'cian 

numismat'ics 

numismatist 

numismalog'raphy 

n u m i s m a tol 'ogi st___^_i^yy 

numismatol'ogy ^,X7" ^ 

num'miform-^ — -"^^ v 

nummular 

num'mulary 

num'skuU 

nun 

nun'cio 

nuncupative 

nuncu'palory 

Nu'flcz 

nunnery 

nun'nish 

nun'nishncss 

nunV-clotb 





nun's'-veiling 

nup'tial ,,„^, 

nup'tially • 

Nu'rcmburg 

nurl 

Nurn'berg 

nurse 

nursed ^^-^ 

nurse'-child ^^ 

nurse'-maid 

nurs'cr 

nurs'ery 

nurs'ery-maid 

nurs'eryman 

nurs'crymen 

nurs'ing 

I'nurs'ing-bottic 

nurs'ltng 

nur'ture 

nut 

nuta'tion 

nuta'tional 

nut'-broA^n 

nut'-coal 

nut'cracker 

nut'gall 

nut'hatch 

nut'let — -i 

nut'meg It^ ' I- 
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nut'meggy 
nut'mcg-oil 
nut'mcg-trce 
nut'meg-wood 
nut'-oil 
nut'-pick 
nu'trient 
nu'trtfy "mT 
nu'trifying 

nu'triment /v 

nutrimcn'tal /^Ui 
NUTRIMENTAL 




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nutri'tion >._^- 

nutri'lional \j 

nutri'tionally 

nutn'tious 

nutri'tiously 

nutri'tiousness 

nu'tritive 

nu'tritively 

nu'tritiveness 

nu'tritory 

nut'shell 

nut'ter 

nut'tiness 

nut'ting 

nut'-tree 

nut'ly — -1 

nuz'zle ~l 

nuzzling 

Nyan'za 

Nyas'sa 

Nyas'saland 

nyctalo'pia L 

nyctalop'ic " 

nyc'talops 

nyc'ialopy 

Nyd'ia 

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nymph :^ 

nym'pha L. 

nym'phae L. 

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nymph'al 

nymphe'an' 

nymph'ic 

nymph'ical 

nymph'ish 

nymph'likc 

nymphoma'nia 

nymphoma'ntac" 

nymphomani'acal 




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O t t obeli L. X^ \A '\ 

O ' obelis'cal ^ 

1 God ob'elisk o ^ ^r --^ c« 

I Lord _ ob'elusL.v 'V^ 'v ' — 

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II friends (see my) . O'berlin 'V 'V '\/ 

I yes ' ^ ^ ^ ^ O'beron 

oaf , \ ) K r^ obese' '^ 'v \ 

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oaf'ishness obes'ity [ 

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Oaja'ca <^ ^ — ! — obey'er ''n ^V-^ ''N^ 

oalt obey'ingly ^ ^""^ 

oak'-bark obfus'cate y\, ^\ '^ 

oaken ■ , j_, _! _/ obfuscation \ \ 'N 

oak-gall \/ ' Obi V,q_ ^„ 

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oak'ling ' ^ (_^_^ J. o'biistn '\ s~^ ■^ v-"":! 

oak'-tanned o'bi-man 

oak'-tree o'bi-men v v ^v 

cak'um _L_n. —L..'-^ ' o'bit A^-r^ A vi 

oak'y I ob'iter L. | I 

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oar'lcss ^ "r ^X obit'uarily 

oar'lock obit'uarist 

oars'man — ^ ~-s^^ -v obit'uary S. \ \ 

oars'manship ^a~^ ^a'~'^ ^-jbo'bi-womanA ■vA^.^'"^ A-^iir^-ri 

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oars'men -> ^ ^ object' (v.) ^\ ^\ \ 

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oar-swivel J OBJECT (v. and n.)^ Z^ / 

oa'sal _,y^ __y _\ ob'ject-finder^v ^v \ 

oases "/ "^ ~a) ob'ject-glass \* ^tj-v \ \'^. — 

O'asis OBJECT-GLASS^ ^ /_ / ^~~^ 

oat I I j objectifica'tion ^v 

oat'cake "I "L_ "J" objectificationN 

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oath ■"[) ~\ "^^V objec'tion / A ' -^ \ 

oalh'-bound OBJECTION ^U. )^ / 

oath'-breaking ^ / 1 objec'tionable ^"^*^-^ 

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oat'-mill '\~-^ ~[r~^ A objectiva'tion > 

Obadiah J^objec'tive / 

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obduracy V-— '^\y* J y\^ 1 evidence \ \ \ 

ob'durate J~ r point / ^ ^ 

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ob'durateness 'V^"' 'V<^-r^ ^\^ objec'tively \ \ \ 

obdura lion OBJECTIVELY / / / 

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obedience ,\ A A objectiveness > > / 

obedient J' ^'^ objec'tivism / ^[^^p Z- 

cbedien'tial y "v "^ objectivis'ticA''\ V_,,^_^ \^:^~^ 

obe'diently A A ^\i_J> objectiv'ity / / ' ^ 

obeisance > ^ OBJECTIVITyA|. '^ 

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tion V 
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objec'tivized 

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ob'jectize 

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ob'ject-teachingy 

objura'tion 

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oblate'ness^y 

oblation V^^-^ 

ob'ligable 

ob'ligant ^^ 

ob'ligate \--, 

obliga'tion 

obliga'tional 

ob'ligative 

ob'ligativeness 

ob'ligatorily 

ob'ligatoriness 

ob'Iigatory'*^ 

oblige' 

obligee' 

obii'ger 

obli'gingly s;^ 

obli'gingness ' 

obligor' 

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oblique'ly 

oblique'ness 

obliq'uityy 

oblit'erate 

oblitera'tion^y ^--H^ ^y y^ 

obiit'erative V U V 

obliv'ion 

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obliv'iousness 

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oblong-lan'ceolate 

ob'Iongly ^y^r^ 
ob'Iongness V^ ■ 
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ob'loquy^y^ 
obnox'ious V 
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ob'olus L 
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28s 



OCHERY 



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ubsccne 

obscene'ness 

obscen'ity 

obscur'an( 

obscur'antism 

OBSCURANTISM 

obscur'antist 

obscuration 

obscure' 

obscurc'ly 

obscurc'mcnt 

obscure'ncss 
obscur'cr-' 
I than 
obscur'cst 
obscu'rity 
obsc'quial 
obse'quious 
obsc'quiously 
obse'quiousness' 
ob'scquy 
observable 
observ'ablencss 
ob'^crv'ably^- 
obscrv'ance 
obscrv'ant 






ob'stacle 
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obstet 

obstetri'cian 
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occiden'talist 
occiden'talize 
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occiden'tally 




ob'stinately ^v 
ob'stinate ness >p 
obstrep'crou3 iL-- 
obstrcp'erously ^> 
obstrep'erousness 
obstruct' 
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OBSTRUCTIO 

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OBSTRUCTIVENESS 



observation y^v^ 'y'vjy^ obstruent 
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observa'tional ^v ^ >l /^\>i obtain' 

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obtund'cnt 

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obtuse' 

obtuse'-angled 
obtuse'-angular 
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obtuse'ly 



occlu'sion 3 
occlu'sivc 
occult' 
occulta'tion 
occult'ism 
occult'ist 
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occull'ncss ct-^ 
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OCCUPANCY 

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occupation 
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ob-.olrri'cence 

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obvert' 

ob'viate 



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ob'vioualy 
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Ocean'ica ^^ 

Ocean'ican 
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oceanog'raphcr 
oceanograph'jc 

oceanograph'ical /^V^ 

oceanograph'ically^^ ,j T 



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oceanography 

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1 < Oce'anus ,y^ 

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Ocmul'gee 
O'Con'nelli— 
O'Con'nor 
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oc'tachord J 
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octad'ic ^—». 
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octahc'dron 
octam'erous 

octam'etcr ] . 

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octan'guIarL 

octan'gularness 

octant 

octaphon'ic ^ 

octapod'ic 

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oc'tarchy 

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octastroph'ic 

oc'tastyle ' — 

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Octa'vian ^—1 

Octa'vius 'V 

octa'vo 

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octen'nial 

octen'nially ^— --^. 
octet' J 

octil'Iion 
Octo'ber !_rw 

octocen'tenary A 
octodec'imo 

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octog'enary ^^^ 

octolal'eral 

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octopet'alous ''\ 

oc'topod 'I 

oclop'odan 

oc'topus 

octoroon' 

octosep'alous 

octosper'mous 

oclospo'rous 

octosyllab'ic - 

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oc'tosyllable 

octroi' F. 

oc'tuple 

octu'plct 

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oc'uliforn^ 

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odontal'gic 

odontargy 

odonti'asis L. 

odontog'raphy "J." 

odon'toid y 

odontolog'ical_|- 

odontologist 

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odoriferous 

odorif'crou 

odorif'erou: 

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p'dorous 

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II else (see somebody) _ _ offend' ^-v,_l--v ^^ -'^o-J oh ^' ^ "T 

I something offend'ant \ OH. 

II else (see something) ^ — ^^^^ ^o v; offend'er >P O'Har'a 

I such .^../7-^.ofrending '''^--^ ''i*— • ^'^ O'Hig'gins 

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II other ) > } of'i'S've ^1 ^1 A ' Ohm 

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II world \ \i \/ offen'sivencss ^V_ ^s/ ^^^^__pohm'ic 

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» whose 1 offi'cializingS^ ^'^t.-V^ S^oil'-hole « ' « // "\ 

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I hers „r7^......7>^ -oll'ish I V.^^ v ' Vy oil'-pump // ^ rf V — > rf I 

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o'nanism 

onanist 

onanist'ic 

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one 
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oneirol'ogy 

onei'romancy 

onei'roscopy 

one'ness 

on'er 

on'erous I 

on'crously 

on'erousness x 

one's 

I own 
-II time (see own) , 

I self 

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I time ,.fi^^ 
oneself K 

ONESELF 

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one-sid'edly 
one-sid'edncss 
,;,_^onfall So 
on'going 
on'-hanger 
on'ion 
on'ion-skin 

on'iony 
on'Iay 
on'liness 
on'-looker 
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onomatopcc'ia 

onomalopoe'ic 

onomatopoe'sis 

onomatopoet'ic 

onomatopoet'icaMy 

Ononda'ga 

on'rush L 

onset 

onshore 

on'slaught 

Onta'rian 

Onta'rio 

on'to 

ontolog'ic 

ontolog'ical ■i ^/^-y- • — '[■f^-^ 17^" ^^ cia-sm 

ontolog'ically K y \ J r ^Av,op'crate y 

ontoI'Dgism operat'ic 

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\ ophiol'atry <ir\Sj\ kJT_ 
r cphiolog-iC^-' -b^^-J .i^-^^z — 

"% ophiorogist^^^U^ ^-J^ yjy 

ophiol'ogy 

oph'iomancy 
^ O'phir 
(^ ophthalmal'gia 

ophthalmatro'phia 

ophthal'mia'' 

ophthal'mic 

. -'I V 

^ ophthalmit'ic^ 
-^\?ophthalmi'tis (/ 

'' ophthalmoblennorrhe'a 



V ^t ophthalmocarcino'ma 
^■^ i ophthalmocele'^' 
ophthalmog'raphyl 

ophthalmolog'ic 
ophthalmolog'icar 
ophthalmol'ogist 
ophthalmorogy^l 
''^/-^phthalmom'eter' 
■^ ophthalmom'etry 





i o'penable 

OPENABLE 

o'pen-air 

o'pen-breastcd 

o'pen-doorcd 

o'pener 

o'pen-eyed 

o'pen-handed 

o'pcn-handedness 

o'pen-heartcd 

o'pen-heartedly 

to'pen-heartedness''^ 
o'penly ■•"'^' .^K^ ' ophth 

o'pen-minded v <JP X<^' — >ophthalmophthi'sis 

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o'pen-mouthed X*^f ' ophthal'moscope 7/''^''''^' 

openness v v. v \y — ophthalmoscop'ic v^ 

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op'era-singer i 



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ophthal'moscopis 
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ophthal'mostat C_^ 1.^— >_-w/'^''T~^n~\'^ 
ophthalmot'omyv Ni'''^s_, -^-—y, 

Dophthal'my,! 
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o'blite ;,j_^ 
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oblilif'erous 
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o'pal 

opales'ccnce 

opales'ce 

opaline 

o'palize \ ^ 

opalized "V^ 

o'palizing 

opaque' 

opaquely 

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o'pen V 

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op'eratively 

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operativ'ily 

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operatrice V^ ' 

o'percle 

opcr'cula 

oper'cular ^' 

oper'culale 
\ ^oper'culated 
^\/\ operculum 

operetta 

op'erosc ^\ ^9 ^ 

op'erosely \y\ 

op'eroseness 

operos'ity ^ ^o 
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oph'icleidc 

oph'iclctdist 

ophida'rium 

ophid'ia L. 
V ophidian 
\ ophidta'na 

ophid'ious 

ophidol'ogist 

ophidoTogy 

ophiol'ater 




opin'ionable .: ^; v 

opin'ionated '\::_^ ^^^ ^*h 
opin'ionative \ ^ 'v^ 

opin'ionativcly 

opin'ionativeness 

opin'ioned 

opin'ionist 

o'pium 
■o'pium-eater 

o'pium-habit 

o'pium-plaster^ 

opodel'doc 



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lOpportune'ly 

opportune'ness 

opportun'ism^ 

opportunist 

opportu'nity 

OPPORTUNITY 

opposability .. 
oppos'able 
oppose' 
opposed' 
l^^oppos'er 
oppos'ing 
op'posite I 
oppositely 
op'positeness i v ^ 
opposi'lion I Np 
opposi'tional i \ p 



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oppos'itivc I 
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oppressed' ^<\ 
opprcss'ing ^ 
oppres'sion 

oppress'ive ^^_ 
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opprcss'or ^ 
oppro'brious 
oppro'briously 
oppro'briousncss ^ ^ 
oppro'brium 
oppugn' 3 
oppug'nancy ^ 

OPPL'GNANCY 

oppugn'cr 3 
op'tative 
op'tativcly 
op'lic 

I angle 

I nerves 
op'tical 
cp'tically 
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op'iicist 

op'tics 
op'timism 
op'limist 
optimis'tic 

OPTIMISTIC-ALLY 

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op'timize 

op'timized 

op'lion t 

op'tional I ^\ ^ 

op'lionally i \) 

op'ulencc 

op'ulent 

opulently 

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opus'cule \y J^ 

or 'V-^ 

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orb'y I ^; 
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orchardist 

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oracular'ity 

orac'ularly 

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o'ral 

o'rally 

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orangeade' 

or'ange-blossom 

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Or'angcism 

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orange-oil ^-v^ -^ ,-v. /-v. ' one's ~~\ 

or'ange-pecl y) -V I J, ii own (sec one's). A^ <Lc ^ ^ 

^' -^. II own (see our) "^ 

"A vj I some 

II one (see some) 
I somebody 



I his 

I in council 
business 

one 

more (see one) 



or angery 
orang'-ulan 



orate 
ora'tion 
or'alor t 



XT3. 



^ 



** \) oraio'flftlly It Y % 



cine (!icr somebody) 
something 



ORDER SOMETHING ELSE 



292 



ORTHOPEDIA 



.■H.-<? '<fl 



II else (see sornething) 

I the 

II next (cp. do the) 

I their 

II own (see their). 
I theirs 
I them 

I this 

II one (see this) 
I us 

or'derable 1 
order-book 
or'dcred i 
or'dcrer i 
or'derless i 

or'dcrliness i 
or'derly i 
or'dinal 
or'dinalism 
or'dinance '^ 
or'dinand ^~-^ ^ 

or'dinanl ^■ 

or'dinarily ^y^ij. 
or'dinary 

I care 

I circumstances "5. 

I course 

I dihgence 

. forrri '^^ 

I neglect \J 

I negligence 

I sense 

I state 

I time 
or'dinate 
ordina'tion 
ordinee' y* 

ord'nance '^'^\.^_^ 
ord'nance-office 
ord'nance-officer 
ord' nance-sergeant 
or'dure ^\^^.^ 

or'durous p 

ore y"vK 

ore'-deposii 
Or'egon 
ore -hearth 
O'Reilly 
O'Reir -. ^ 
Orestes 'Y 
or'gan 

ORGAN 3 

or'gan-bench 

organ-blower 

or'gan-builder 

organdie 

organ-grinder 

organ'ic ^ 
ORGANIC 

organ'ical 

ORGANICAL- 

organ'ically 
organ'icalness 

ORGANICALNESS 

or'ganism 

ORGANISM 

organis'mal 

ORGANISMAL 

or'ganist 

organist'ic 

organizabtl'ity' 

or'ganizable 

organiza'tion 

ORGANIZATION 

cr'ganizc 




ORGANIZE 
organizer 
ORGANIZER 
or'gan-ioft ^- 
or'ganon L 
or'gan-pipe 
or'gan-point ^- 
or'gan-screen 
or'gan-seat 
br'gan-stop - 
or'ganum L 
or'gasm 

orgas'tic 
or'geat 
orgias'lic 
or'gy I 
/^ ^ Oriel 
'■^-^o-riel 

^- o'rient — ^ 
^/''^i^orien'ta! ''\^ 
orien'talism 
orien'talist 
orien'talize 
orien'talized 
orien'talizing 

V'^^^^— oo'ricntate 
orienta'tion 

or'ifice >,. 

orifi'cial ^/^Vjj 
'or'iflamme 
Or'igen 
\_SL_S> '\jP Or'igenism 




'V 



Or'igenjst 
Crigenis'tic ^ 
r'igin ^<^ 
orig'inable ^ — 



' V-p ^'X^'^ 



^,. ORIGINABLE 
■^ v_Dorig'inaI 



^^^. 



^ ^. 



"^. 



.. orig'ii 
\/ orig'ii 
\porigin 

1/ Lnricr'ii 




ORIGINAL-LY-ITV 

originarity 

orig'inally 
"Norig'inalness 
originate ^^. 
finating ,^X^ 
;ina'tion 
-^ >-orig'inativc 
'Y orig'inative, 
orig'inator 
Orino'co 
oriole 
Ori'on 

Oris'kany 

or'iscn 

Oriza'ba 

Ork'ney 

' I Islands 

Ork'neyan 

Orlan'do /^/^ 
Or'Ieanism Y [- 

ORLEANIS?4 

Or'Ieanist -^ ^^ 

Gr'Icans V 

Orleans' 

Orloff' 

Or'mazd 

Orme 

or'molu 

or'molu-varnish 

Or'monde 

Or'muzd 

or'nament 

ornamental 

ORNAMENTAL-LY, 

ornamentally 
ornamen'talist 




ORNAMENTALIST 

ornamenta'tion 
or'namenter 
ornate' ^-^ 
ornate'Iy \_. 
ornate'ness 

rnith'ic 
or'nithoid 
ornitholog'ic 
ornitholog'ical 
ornitholog'ically 
ornithol'ogist 

ornithol'ogy^- 
^'-'^ or'nithomancy 
I ornithoman'tic 

ornithorhyn'chus L' 

ornithosau'rian^" 

orolin'gual 

orona'sal 

oropharyn'geal ^ 

orophar'ynx 

o'rotund 

crotun'dity 

O'Rourke' 

or'phan yy 

orphanage^/ Vi 

or'phan-asylum 

or'phanhood 
Orphc'an 
Orpheus 
Or'phic 



^^' Or-phismV 
Or'phisc 

V/' Or'phised ^.^ 
/V ^ Or'phisingV^ ^ 




'\2h2 





'■^ 




piment 
Orr 

Or'rery 
or'ris 1 

or'ris-root I 

rsi'ni 
rsi'no 

yZ^.^^ .^^'^J> crthochromat'ic ^l^^-/^ 
• orthochro'matize 
orthochro'matizcd 
t'matizinc; 



ORTHODOX 

orthodox'ical 
cr'ihodoxly 

ORTHODOXLY ^ 

or'lhodoxness /"^k 
or'lhodoxy | 

ORTHODOXY 

orthodrom 

orthodrom' 

pr'thodromy 

orthoep'ic 

ortho^p'ical 

orthoep'ically 

or'thoCpist ' 

orthoepis'tic 

or'thoepy 

orlhognath'ic ' 

orthog'nathism 

orthog'nathous 
orthog'nathy V 
orthog'rapher 

orthograph'ic 

orthograph'ical\ 

orthograph'ically 

orthog'raphist 

orthog'raphy \ 

orthope'dia 







ORTHOPEDIC 



293 



OUGHT ITS 



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-yo 



"\. 



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orthope'dic 
orthope'dical ^/ 
orthopedist 
orthope'dy 
or'thof hony 
or'tolan 

OS L. I -> 

I calcis ^ 

I pubis 

I uteri 
Osage' 
Osbal'distone 

Os'born - 

Os'borne 

Os'can 

Os'car - 

Osceo'la 

os'cillate 

oscilla'tion 

os'cillative 

os'cillator 

os'cillatory 

os'culant 

os'cutar 

os'culate -\ ^-\ ^^ 

oscula'tion 1 /^ / — /' 

os'culatory 

Os'good — . 

Osh'kosh Z_ 

osier ' 

o'siery ^0- 

Osi'rian —^ 

Osiris 

Oskaloo'sa ■ 

Osman' 

Osman'Ii 

os'mic -N 

os'mious *■ 

os'mium 

Os'mond 

os'mosc 

osmo'sis 

osmot'ic 

Os'mund 

os'prey 

Oa'rick -\ v' 
Os'sa k^ 

os'sa L. I 
Ossawat'omie 
09'seous I 
Os'sian 
Ossianesque 
Oftsian'ic 
os'fticic 
ossiferous . 
ossif'ic 
ossihca'tion 

OSSIFICATION 

os'siform 

os'sify 

ossifying 

Os'ftoli 

oi'tcal 

ostcit'ic 

osteitis L 

Ostcnd' 

ostenaibirity 

osten'slble 

OSTENSIBLE. Y 

osten'slbly 



^W 



ostenta'tiousness 

os'teoblast 

ostcoblas'ttc 

csteocarcino'rr.a 

osteoclj'sis 

os'teoclast 



K' 



y > 




•^ 



I state 
1 subject 

I than 

II that 

III one (see that) y 



this 
one (see this) 



t 



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aphy 1" U^ 



osteoclas'tic — 

csteogen'esis 

osteogenet'ic 

osteogen'ic 

osteog'ra 

osteog'raphy 

cs'teoid -\^^-- 

osleoroger 
ostcolog'ic 

csteolog'ically ~ c/ ~ kJ ~'S oth'erwhile 
osteologist " oth'erwise 3 

csteol'ogy .^y. ^ y oth'er-world^ 

ostcomet'rical"/ y ~)^ ^"^/ oth'erworldliness 3 
osteom'etry otherworldly 3 



---o ■' -..,,^oth'erness 3 



oth'erward 3 
oth'erways 3 



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% ' 

t l 

\ VI 



V r. -\ ^>--v osteonecro'sis 

I r- I f •\osteoperiosti'tis~in^-j^ 

os'teoplast 



■1 




I'ma^ "^ 

ifTt'af nii« ^ ' 



osteoplas'tic 

os'teoplasty 

osteosarco' 

oslcosarcom'atous 

osteothe'ca 

os'teotome 

ostcot'omisl 

osteot'omy 

os'tracism 

os'tracize 

os'tracizcd 

os'tracizing 

os'trcicutture 

osti 

ostrco: 




ircicuiiurc -\ 
reicul'turist k-* 
rcoph'agist J , ^ 

ostrich ~V^ yi •'1 



os'trich-farm 

ostrich-farming 

os'trich-feathcr. 




X os'trich-plume 

\ Os'trogoih 
-\ Ostrogoth'ic- 
/. Os'wald 
Oswego 
"s Os'wy 
cX otalgia L 
otal'gic 

-Y otal'gy 
^Othello ■ 
other 3 



Othman* -/ 
"I J'"V O'tho ^•^^-^ 

>V<^''>^.0'tis 

oti'tis L. 
otograph'ical 
otog'raphy 
otolog'ical 
-1 otol'ogist 
rf- otol'ogy 
-\ otorrha'gia 
A otorrhe'a 
J:,^ olorrhe'al 
— o'toscope 
\ otoscop'ic 
^s^otoscop'ical 

-. o'toscopy 
Y olot'omy 
1 Otran'to 
So'Trig'ger 
<f Otsego 

otta'va It 



-(- 



-i 



vi^^ 



,1 Qt'terburn - 

it otter-dog 
1 ot'tcr-hound 



y7 



7 
-Y2 




1- ^ 



I account 

I being . 

I body 

I case 

I church 

i circumstance 

I city 

I country . 
I day 

I evidence 
^ I government 



1^7. ottet'to 
-K/l_Ot'to 

Ot'tocar 
r. Ot'toman 
"/ ot'toman 
Ottum'wa 

Ot'way - 



dh 



"i^ 



•S ... ") .<i... ouch 

Z, <^ i Oudh 

^ — I ough 

1^ J J "'"^ 

f ly f;;," 



S 






ought 
OUGHT 
I a-an-and 



he 
ot 
to be 



I gov 
I kin 



t. 



.*\...itH have 



the (see to be) 



means 
I observation. .'y.. . 
I one ^~* 

1 page 



ostcn'sive ~Xo -— "L^o "Li? ^^1 paper 
- ^V^ ^V.^'V/ I part 

I person 
I place 
quarter 



osten'sively 
ostenta'tion 
oslenta'tious 
ostentatiously 



> >. 'Y' 



?. 



■■■\ 



inn the (see have) 

M to be 
..nil the (see to be) 
III have 

nil the (see have) 
I his 
■ it 



.^...,.^. ^ 



II not 
in to be . 
I its 



/-^ > — V 

^— ^v #- — 1 '■^ 

-X 'N V 

* f- 



V 



OUGHT NEVER 



294 



OUTLAWRY 



I never < < 1 ourselves' 

II to be..?r:TVii ^TTT^^. "...OURSELVES 

I not ^\ Ouse 

II he I I I Ouse'ley 
II it ..r? H ^.. oust 3 






-^- 



II they 
[I to be 



-r 



oust'er 3 
I out 3 



III have 

till the (see have) 

III say 

nil so (see say) 

III think [ ^ 

nil so (see think).r. ^ n business 

I one ^ 

II to be 

I only 

II to be 



>. out'brcak (n.) 3 
— / outbreak' (v.) 3 
outbreathe' 3 
outbreath'ing 3 
outbribe' 3 aK 

outbuild' 3 
out'building 3 1 
L. out'burst 3 ^ 



out'cast 3 
out'caste 3 



O. 



f^_^ •" one (see another) 
11 business . ' 
II countenance 
II debt 



I our 

II own (see our) 
I the 

I their a a 

II own (see their)... -^ j.. 

I theirs 

I there a 

ti to be ) 

I therefore 

I to 

II be — 
lii able (see to be) 

II have I 



the (see to be) < \ t!-- ' of 

have ^ ^ ^- 11 a- 

r^ A J. Ill his (sec all). 1 1 1 outclimb' 3 

^7 / \ II another ^ ^ u — -^ out'come 3 

t, t 

t, t^ \ 

J.- J ...III own (see his) .1 1 ].. outfaced' 

\ \\\ it ^ »--' 4 outFac'in! 

\ t 



aLc3 



out'crop 3 
out'cry 3 i 
outdare' 3 
outdaz'zle 3 

II doors ...1 1 1 outdid' 

II fashion 4 4 k ^ outdo' 

f, II gear | ^\ outdone' 

II hand ...\ I.. | out'door 3 



II her 



. Ill own (see her) 
...^.11 hers 
II herself 

II his 



out'doors 3 
out'er r 

OUTER 'I 

out'ermost 3 
outface' 3 
3 
g3 



- < " ■'* out'fall 3 I 

.^\ X.. Ill own (see its). I I L.out'field 3 »L 

\ II joint Ij 4 </ out'fielder3 V 

II nothing ^-^ outfit 1 ij 

III a '. .'. :.\,...ii office ..-[ I I out'fitter aI^ 

Ml been 11 pocket 1^ k ''^_out'fitting 

nil a (see been) | L L " '^'"P^"' ' outflank' 3 

III done ....'TS.. n i.. 11 that ...1 1. 

f- 'i ^ 111 one (see that) '|____^ \ 

I I ,11 the 

III gone ....tL.^ ....Z'. .....Ill matter(cp. in the). J I L.outflew' 3 

^"'^ II this y > .y oul'fling 3 

liiia(cp.oughttohave) , | | 111 one (see this) out'flow 3 



nil the (see done) 

111 felt 
III gon 
III had 



t.outfiat'ter 3 
outflat'tered 3 
outfiat'tering3 



III your 
nil own (sec your) [^ 
I you .. /"^ 

ounce 3 ^ 



a1 p 



^U 



in his .....f?. " .i. 11 time ...I I. l-.outflown' 

III it ' II touch ( 'l^ \ outfly' 3 

■III ready I In town '^-^ / outfly'ing 3 

ni that ...}i^ .t. Jf^^^.i' tune ...1 1- I .....outfrown"3 

nil one (see that) ' n us H H " outgaze' 3 

111 the I I I II which outgazed' 3 

iin matter (cp.take the). ^...'^Tr7t>.jr. Ill a (see which)..! ,.| I outgaz'ing 3 

n whom V y V — ^outgen'eral 3 

11 your outglare' 3 

Ml own (see your) ..I. l--_ 1.. outgo' 3 

II yours Iff out'goer 3 

our 3 -^ II yourself °| outgone' 3 

I account M ....TV ."^^ 1 there ...I L aL outgrew' 3 

I action ^ ^—3 out'-and-out' % /^ \ \ outgrow' 3 

I address out'-and-oufer 3 1 " 1 1 1 ^^-v, outgrown' 3 1 

i country ..T>y...r>>....^...7:^v outar'gue 3 aU aL aI^.I*( Njout'growlh 3 «t-p 

I expense T ^^ ^^'v ""''-a'-el'bows aI ^1 out'guard 3 

I kindness ° ° outbade' 3 1 1 \ V= out'gush 3 

I motion ..TTx TTn. ."Trs.. outbalance aI aI^N — |..- out-Her'od 

1 object ^_P ''"i V. OUTBALANCE 

I own /outbal'anced 1 

II affairs ..rr^. .T>\. .Ts.^<<L^=.outbalancedaI 

I request ^ v outbar'gain 3 

I text \ outbid' 3 , 

I time .^^ -\,:.r .■^. outbid'den 3 aL 

I trial — ^^ ^ \ outbid'der 3 

I want /""^ outblown' 3 

II of (see want). .."Tn.,... 77^... .Tr\. outblush' 3 

I way A' ^ ^N outblus'ter 3 

I word outblus'tered 3 

I writing ..T~\...."TN.^<1...~>.^Orr.out'board 3 
I wrongs K out'bound 3 

ours 3 -~. ^o outbov/ed 3 , 

oursclf Aj r\ .~7N..outbrag' 3 a1- 

OURSELP ^ outbrave' 3 



ji aL hy'V"! Njout 
aI ^1 

aI'.V^ 



out'gush 3 1 
.1... out-Her'od aI — 
li oui'house-3 y 



L 



^ ^, 



% 



k 



oul'house-3 
out'ing 3 

outla'bor 3 aI aIi" ^ 

outlaid' 3 
I outlain' 3 1^ 1 

l;^;^out'Iand 3 aP a^*- 

outUnd'ish 3 
1 oulland'ishly 3 . . 

y^^ outland'ishness 3 aVt^ f\j 
X) outlash'3 j.'f <^ 

] outlashed' 3 t/-^' i^- 

^[^ outlast' 3 ^y M 

^ outlaugh' 3 

I outlaugh'ing 3 1^- l^ 

^l^ out'Iaw 3 M Vn— ^ '*'s 

^outlawry 3 



OUTLAY 



295 



OVER SOMEBODY ELSE 



out'Iay (n.) 3 1^ 
outlay' (v.) 3 M 
outleap' 3 

outlearn' 3 I/--— >^ 
outlet 3 AT ''0 
outlie' 3 
outlied' 3 |-^ 
outlier 3 aITv I 
out'line 3 
outlive' 3 1^ 
outliv'ing 3 M. V^ 
outlook (n.) 3 
outlook' (v.) 3 I >-- — 
outtooked' 3 m 
outlying 3 
outmaneu'vcr 3 
outmarch' 3 f' 
outmatch' 3 

out'most 3 I 
outmove' 3 aU-^:^ 
outmov'ing 3 
outnum'ber 3 

out-of-door' ^ 

OUT-OF-DOOR 

ou»-of-fash'ion 

OUT-OF-FASHION 

out-of-the-way' f\'. 

OUT-OF-THE-WAY 
outpace' 3 
outpaced' 3 
outpac'ing 3 
outplay' 3 f- 
out'post 3 
out'pour (n.) 3 
outpour' (v.) 3 
outpray' 3 
out'put 3 I 

outracc' 3 aI 
outfaced' 3 
outrac'ing 3 , 
out'rage 3 a 
outra'gcous 3 
oulra'gcously 3 
outra'geousness 3A 
oul'rager 3 
outran' 3 
outrank' 3 
outr6' F. 




outside' (adv. a: 

■ of 
II a-an 
another 



ndprep.)3 i outwinged' 3 

Ah _..L l..-outwing'ing 3 

ulwit' 3 



II his 

III own (see his) 

II it 
M its 

III own (see its) 

II our 

III own (see our) 

II that 

III one (see that) 
II the 

I ^ j III matter (cp. in the) 
^L— ,/V aL-~^ II them 

./ II themselves 
It this 



I ° 

\ i- t- 



outwore' 3 



III one (see another)! 1. Loutwork' (v.) 3 

V _^^__^ ^out-work (n.) 3 



III 

II US 

II which 
outsid'cr 3 



■■t1 



out'worker 3 
outworn' 3 
ou'zel 3 
o'va L. I 
o'val --V^ 

ovales'cent 
"^ oval'iform 
o'vally 
o'valness 

o'valoid I 
ova'rial Sy. 
ovariargia " 



ovarial'gic , , ^^ 

one (see this)! [■> [>:^.ova'rian y^y^- J<.^ 



\ >i'l outsing' 3 

I > =^^ outsing'ing 3 
.\..i\'' '' Voutsit' 3 




^^•Ko 




out'skirt 3 
I outsleep' 3 ^-^ 
'1 outslept' 3 i-i, \ 
N^ outsoar' 3 

I out'sole 3 i>^ 

'>1 outspar'kle 3 t^ 
\) outspeak' 3 
outspo'kcn 
OUTSPOKEN 
outspo'kenncS3 

OUTSPOKENNESS 
outspread' 3 



C^ 



ovariec'tomy 

j ovariot;omist , >,_ U /I- i A 
tl^_^ ovanot omy y<^ Lf»=i''^'^-><^ y — o^ t 
ovari'tis L. 
I o'vary . > 
At+- o'vate /^ — < 



r^ 



outstrip' 3 
outswcar' 3 / 1 

jtswear'ing 3 ^^y^ 
outsworn' 3 

outreach' 3 \ ^ \ J^-^ \ /p^out-top' 3 
outrea'son 3 f\^/ fklf aI/ out-trav'cl 3 





I ov en 
^L ov'cn-c 
^ o'ver I 






X^ .1^ 



outreck'on 3 
outrcign' 3 
outride' 3 
out'rider 3 
out'riggcr 3 
out'ritjht 3 
outri'val 3 
outroor' 3 1 
outroarcd 3 a' 
outrun' 3 
out'rush ^n.) 3 
outrush' (v.) 3 
outsail' 3 
oulsang' 3 1 
outscold' 3 a'(^ 
outsell' 3 
out'sct 3 I 

out'ftctllemcnt 3 aLj 
out'tcttler 3 I 

outshine' 3 I 
'outshone' 3 A^^ ' 
outshoot' 3 
oulfihoot'tng 3 I 
outfthot' 3 ^L^"*^ 

out'sidc (n. and a ) 3 



out-trav'cling 3 
I ^/iout'-turn 3 
Al^vloutval'uc 

OUTVALUE 

outval'ued 
outvcn'om 
outvie' 3 
I ^^outvote' 3 
il^ outvy'ing 3 
outwalk' 3 
oul'-ward (n.) 3 






roui -wara ^n.; 3 | • 
out'ward (adv.) 3 f)y 
out'ward-bound 3 



i 



TT 



oul'wardly 3 ■ /^~ 
3 'iJ' 



rum wrtiuijr J 
out'wardncss 
out'wards 3 









outwear' 3 1^1 

outwearing 3 "Jx^ "ly 
outwccp' 3 
outweigh' 3 



U. ouiwcign 3 I 

Aiy^ outweighed' 3 «U^ 
outwell' 1 

I . outwent' 3 I 

aU "U outwept' 3 '). 



outwent 3 
outwept' 3 
outwing' 3 



■h 







a-an 
again 
against 

I a (see ag:i:nst) " ^ "^ 
among .......Tr:. ' 

I a (see among) 

amongst 
and 

II over 
another 

II one (see another) 
as 

many (see as) ' 
every 

one (see every) 
everybody 

I else (sec everybody) 
everyone 

II else (see everyon 
everything 

iiclse(seeeverythi 

''''" °^V-^ "'%-,. 
himself ^TT. ^° 

his 
II own (see his) *^ 

its 

II own 
many 



^^ 



'■"E)C^ 



'^ 



,->7, 



II a (see many) 

mine 

much 

one 

I more (see one)' 

one's 

I own (see one's) 

oneself 

other 
I matters (see oth 



"^ 



thcr) ' 



I own 
sonic ' 

I other *^^ ^ 

somebody ...t!^ 

else (bcc lomebody) 



nK'VT" 



OVER SOMETHING 



296 



OVERLAY 






I something *^^\^ "^^V^ "^ overclimbed' i c^ c^ c-n. overfiood' 1 <r^ 

ri else °rrr?Tt"....°rrr'~r^--..(.overclimb'ing i ') ^ A . ') ^overflour'ish i '?. n ^y, 

I that D overcloud' I " " ' I overflow' i ^-. ^V 

II one (see that) '^ "^^ '^V ^-^o'vercoat 1 c-,,^ c^ s^ <r-.. overflow'ing I ~ ' 

I the -tii^ overcol'or I '1 ''1 L '1 overflow'ingly i 

II next (cp at the) overcome' i ' o'verflow-meeting 

II other ^>v "^ "^^v overcomer I c^^ , c-,^ |"=>^r overfond' <r^ , ""> ^ ^, 

III one (see the other).. y / _\ overcom'ingly I'l ir— <'\ ^-^^^^cverfondly 'V-C '\<^C^ '1* 

I their f ( overcon'fidence ooverfond'ness 

II own '^^■^v '^'^^ '^ tJVERCONFiDENCE^I o^,- '^r overfor'ward =-j^ , c-^ , ^'V. 

I theirs ... A ^ / overcon'fident S-. '' iV.^- S-,overfor'wardness'V^--t^ 'V'Vj^^^^ 

I them ^ d V OVERCONFIDENT. LY J '' ''overfree' i 

I themselves "^ ^"'^ ^ overcon'fidcnlly c-^,- c->. <r->^ \/overfree'ly i 
I there / a /..overcount' i '^'^ ^^-^ '^ — = overfreight' 

I this ' overcov'er i Vf ^ ' overfruit'ful i 

II one (see this) ^ ^>f "^overcred'ulous Ic-^ <r^ c-v overfull' i 
I us / - ^overcrowd' I "'t \/^^' — f^ — ^^^yerfull'ness 

I what ^i — ^ overcun'ning I 1 ^ aI ' o'vergarment i 

II a (see what) "^ "^ "^ overcu'rious ic-^^ J? '^ "^ o'verglaze (n.and a.) i 

I which ^ .. -/- /.overcur'tain I ^\ /^^ '^~*~1 ! /O^^'^g'^^e' (v.) I 

II a (see which) ^ ^ overdare' I U IV^overglazed' I 
t with *^ "^"^ "^^ ovcrdar'ing I <r>. c->. c~^ overglaz'ing I ^ 
I you .*-..•. /r..o'verdate I M ^,^^^\ \, overgo' I 

I your overdevel'opment l^ !* rl^ overgone' 1 

II own "^ "^ ^OVERDEVELOPMENT^ '^^fX overgreat' I 

I yours .../T- ./''^ - f overdil'igent i '^ '' y^^'i''--.-^'^vergreat*ness 

I yourself ^ bo overdid' '\ i- overgreed'y i 

overabound' i c^ c->^ <r^ overdo' i c^ V <r^ c-^ overgrew' i .r^ c-^ <r^ 

overact' I '\„ '>_: '1 — ijOverdo'eri 'j '] ^ 'j overgross' i '' — [ '""p" '""J 

overac'tion i ^ overdone' i | [^ J o'verground i 

o'veralls i =»/''^ '^ ^>> o'verdose (n.) i c->^ =-^ .-^ overgrow' i c^ 

overanxi'ety I "' ''1 ■o''\ 1 overdose' (v.) i '1 '| 'j overgrown' i " , ,- , 

overanx'ious 1 vl ^yl^overdosed' i (7 t" [I'o'vergrowth i V 

overanx'iously 1 ^^ o>^ ^ <^ overdos'ing i c--. c-^ c->. o'verhand i 

overarch' i 'X—t^- ' '^' ^\ o'verdraft i ' | ' >i ' Vi overhang' i 

overate' I ^/^ | overdrank' i (r^ (^^__overhang'ing i 

overawe' c^ - "^ , c^ _. overdraw' i c-^ =^ c-^ o'verhaste^ j^ P 

OVERAWED >'' ' '1*^ I overdrawn' I '\- '\- ' V. overhas'tily'i*<^ ^-;^^;Y^>,« -jT 

overawed' overdress (n.) i I J t overhas'tiness ' ^'tf*L_P 

overawing i c^ o^ "^ overdress' (v.) i c-^ c-- c->^ overhas'ty o^ P- >^i^- "^ 

overbalance '\_ A ■ .V. overdressed' i 'v. '\ 'V overhaul' I '\*<^l 'V ^ 

OVERBALANCE \l ° overdress'ing i t [I l^^ .overhaul'ing 1 ( , 

overbal'anced c^ ^^ c-n. overdrew' i «r>. «^ c--^ overhead' i (r>. c^ c-^ 

OVERBALANCED ''\ N. . '\ overdrink' i '\ '\ '\ overhear'! ^\ 'u^ 'V, 

overbear' 1 ^ \/^overdrive' i |_ I L overheard' x "\ 

overbcar'ing I o^ 'C/J" "TN ^^^o\^rdriv'en i ^^ c~. ^ overheat' =^ ^ 

overbearingly i''\ ^_J^\/^'^oVerdrove' I 'V '\_ '\ overheat'ing ''^i( "'* 

overbear'ingness i \/^ \. '/.^_^. overdrunk' i b^^ I K^ — overhours' i 

overbid' i cr>. c-^ '^^'^ overdrunk'en i ^^ c^ c-^ o'verhung i c^ -r^. ^^ — ^ 

overblew' I ''\ '^ '5_ overdue' I '\ M ' -^ — overin'fiuence 

overblow' I \' \ overea'ger I Lj r^ L OVERINFLUENCE 

overblown' 1 c~>. <r--,. e^ overea'gerly i ^^ /'^^~\ ^^\^^^^verin'fluenced '^ 

o'verboard 1 '5^ ' >x '\ overea'gerness I'V — '■ 'V — -.J" overinfluencj;d 

o'verbold I \ ^ overearnest i ^overin'fiuencin 

o'verboldly t c^ <r>^ c-^ overear'nestly i <r^ w-^-^^ '^^/OVERINFLUENCING 

overbought' I ''t/^ "vf '\^overear'nestne3S "1/^ o'verissue (n.) I "^^ ■ . 

ovcrbrood' I ^ N, OVEREARNESTNESs'^?\>^~'"f^ Overissue (v.) I 'W^j. k 

overbuild' i c-v^ c-v^ I =r->^ overeat' i <r^ c->^ c^ o'veris'sued i <^,^ . =^ c-x 

overbuilt' I 'A. 'i 'V. overeat'en i 'j '!\ S) overjealous i '\~^-\ 'V^, '1 

overbur'den 1 ^ A overel'egant 1 | J C, overjoy' i r^ / 

ovcrbur'densome <r^ '^V'^ " overes'timate I c->^ <^ <r>. overjump' I <r->^ c-^ c~j^ 

OVERBURDENSOME'Vy ..-\'\ ^^overestima'tion I '\ '\ 'L^overjumped' I O O O 

overburn' i ^ J— ^^^ overexcite' i '^ '"^ v| overjump'ing i A~, A P--.^ 

overbu'sy i c-^. c->. ^-^^ — "• overexcite'ment i c^ cr^. overkind' 1 c^ e-^. *r^ 

overbuy' I '\ "A =>\ overexert' I "Tx '1-^ 'L^^'^— 'o'verking i '\_, 'I -'V.-_^ 

overcame' i \. N ^—^ — ^ overexerting i \|_ overknow'ing i " 

overcan'opy 1 / <r-v. «->. overexer'tion i <r^ ^ , . p ^ overla'bor i ^^s^r^ *^ ^ 

o'vercare 1 '7^ ') '' — r overexpo'sure 1=^ ^O ' \_^^ ^-^^overlade' 'Y N '^ ...rT 

overcare'ful — ~T*\ ^overex'quisite I '-^-tf >f OVERLADE 

0VERCAREFUL^^_^ c^ ^v overfatigue' T^ , <rs, 1 ^v i- overlaid': <r-,^^ ^>/f° "^iv , 
overcautious: ....TT^. 'V-P—^verfed' '^'■'^. '^''^ I'V^overlain' I 'V I 'Y 'V- 

ovcrcau'tiously i ^^^ ' ^/^overfeed' .| J |o'verland i 

overcau'tiousness 1 c^ '^n '^>> overfierce' cr^ 1. =^ I =>. r overlap' i ■=>,,,^ "^^ ; '->v/i' 

overcharge'! 'X—, >V -n, overfill' A'- V,^^ A'A '^'.^^ overlav'ish I ' Y \ 'Y V_y 'Y 

overcharged' I ^X, / / overfill'ing ^ / (;_^o'verlay (n.) 1 





OVERLAY 



297 



OWE A-ANAND 



overlay' (v.) i 
overlay'er i *7V^ 
overleap' i 
overlearn'cd i 
overlearn'cdiy i 
overlearn'cdness i'" 

overlib'cral i 
overlib'crally 1' 
overlie' x 
overload' i c--^ 
overlook' x ^^ 
overlooked' i 




rode' 1 e^v ,^ <7->. ^ tr-N. C overthrown' i ^^ c-n. tr^. 

rule' I "V^ ^Vf 'V^ o'venimeCn.)! '\^ A A 

rul'er i P^i^^ overtime' (v.) i u V^ U^ 



overrode' 1 
overru 
overi 

overruring i 
qyerrul'ingly I 
overrun' I 
overrur.'ner x 
oversaw' i 
overscore' I 



c->. --■ loverscrupulos'ity i 

''1 loverscru'pulous 1 

overscru'pulousness"! 

e^ ^ ^ -^, over-sea' i 

^Y" "VJ^o'verseam (n.) i 

overseam' (v.) i 
overseam'ing I 
_oversee' i 
overseen' i 

<rx. ^ -^ ^> overseer' i 
^V — ■^/ ^V— ^ '^ -<Z:j overseer' ship 
' oversell' i 



overset i 
overshade' i 
; overshad'ow 



lice X c^ 
licc'ly X ' \ p 




V^"^- 



overlook'cr i 

o'verlord 

o'verlord'ship 

o'verly x *=^/^ 
overman' i '' •- 
o'vermantle x 
overmarch' x 
overmask' x 
overmas'ter i 

overmatch 
overmcas'ure x 
overmod'cst I 
overmuch' x 
ovcrmuch'ness i 
overncat 
avcrnicc 
ovcrn 

ovcrnicc'ncss I 
o'vernight i o-^,^ 
overpaid' i '^\-v 
overpass' x 
overpassed' x 
overpass'ing x 
overpas'sionalc 
overpas'sionately 
overpa'ticnt I 
overpay' x 
overpay'ment x 
overpcrsuadc' x 
overplant' i 
o'vcrplus x 
overpop'ulate X 
overpopula'lion i 
overpow'cr i 
overpow'eringly X ** 
overpraise' i 
ovrrpraiscd' x c^ 
overprais'ing x 'V 
overprcss' x 
oVerprcsscd' I 
ovcrprcss'ing I 
overprcs'surc l 
overprize 
overprized 
overprizing 
o'verproduclion c-^ 

OVERPRODUCTION ''V 
overprompi' I 
ovcrprompt'ness i 
overproor x 
overran' x 
overrank' i 
overrate' i 
overreach' I 
ovrrrcck'on Ic^ 
ovrrrcfinc' I ' '^ 
ovcrrcfine'mcnl i 

ovcrrid'dcn I e^ /1«^ /1*^ /U' 

override' I 'V^J 'V^ I 'V^ tovcrtnx'ing 1 
ovcrright'cous I overtc'diout 

ovrrripc' I e->. vv c^ ^^ r-^ Poverlhrrw 
overroaM' x ''V^ \ "Va 'V^^ overthrow 
ovcrroasl'cd x overthrow 




1 



-overuse 
overvalua'tion 

OVERVALUATION ^) 

^^ ( "^^ /I overvalue o>. i ^ 

'V.l 'V^- OVERVALUE 'V'KI .. 
OVERVALUING 



.r-, OVERSHADOW "^^Wl-o^ /h ^"V 

'A^ overshoe 1 '\V 'V^ 



overshoot' I 
overshoot'ing i c^ 
overshot x ^ 

o'versight i 

o'versighledness i c^ c-^ •^"n/^ 
o'vcrskirt i " J 'V " X ^ 



overvi'olent 
overwalk' i 
overwa'ry i 
overwash 
overwatch' 
o'verwear 




oversleep' I 

oversltp' X <r-„^-^. 
oversold' x 'j; \ 
ovcrsoon' i 

oversow' 

oversowed' 
oversown 

overspent' t c^ 
overspread' x 'j^ 
overstaid' I 
overstate' l c^ 

overstatc'mcnt l *^d 
overstay' x 
overstayed 
overstep' 
o'vcrstoc 
overstock' (v.) x 
overstrain' x 
ovcrslrcam' t 

ovcrstrcam'ing x 
overstretch' x 
overstrew' i 



^^r^ 



d''x"% ^Ny*%/ ' 



ovcrstrcwn 
ovcrstrui 
"Y "^Q^^ovcrstud 
»■ ' - ovcrstu'dious x 

overstud'y x 
oversuppfy' 
oversurc' I e^^." 
ovcrswarm'ing ^\ 
oversway' 1 ^ 
* ovcrswayed' t c->. 

'V^'=>^/^ overtake' 1 ^ 

!-s ovcrtak'cn i I 






overwear y i 
ovcrween' x 
overween'ing i 

<:-^ overween'ingly I 
^^ overwecn'ingness x 
overweigh' x 
o'vcrv/eight i 
overwent' x 
overwhelm' i 
overwhelm'ing I 
overwhelm'ingly i 
o'verwise x 

ovcrwisc'Iy l 
ovcrwisc'ness x 
overwork' x 

overworn' I c-v >» -^^ <^^ ^ 

overwor'ry x ^^ OX ^X^ 
overwrought' x 




7^ 



overtask' 




t overtaxed 



■v..'^. %V 



o'verzeal x 
ovcrzeal'ous I 

d 
Ovid'ian 

ct J^ 
rous 

o'viform 

o'vine 

Ovip'ara L 

ovipar'ity i- 

ovip'arous •^'^— \ 

oviposit 

oviposi'tiort 

ovipos'itor 

o'visac 

o'void 

ovoid'al 

o'vular 

o'vulary 

o'vulatc 

ovula'tioit 

o'vulc 
ovulif'erous 
o'vum L. 

owe 
OWR 
I a-an^anJ 






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T 



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OWE HIM 



298 



OXYGENATOR 



I him 

I his 

II own (see his) ' 



I this 

II one (see this). 
I us 



I one I you 

II more (see one) ow'ing 3 

I one's ' 

II own (sec one's) 
I oneself 

I our i-J 

II own (see our) 

I ours 

I several 



I t 



It one (see no) 
\.i none , 



-i- 



■L^ 



^ 



nothing 

11 more (see nothing) 

I one 

cl_^ I a-an-and ^ *- — 1 11 more (see one)^ 

I another 1 one's 

II one (see another) 11 own (see one's) 

-v^ I every ^ — ~ '- => — ^ 1 several -^_P • 

II one (see every) 11 other (see several) 
...I everybody "C^^iJ 'Or<^;_>>r' 1 such 

f II else (see everybody) \ \/ff a (see such) 

I everything 1 that 

II else (see everything) 11 one (see that). 

I the 



- 1 her 



II other (see several) 

I some 

ij other (see some) b 

I somebody ^^__ 11 own (see her) 

II e!se(see somebody) .yrp. 1 hers 

I something <^^ i^-^ .f-^.^'i his 

II else (see something) 

I the 

II next (cp. do the) '^~~~:-<' 

I their ° II own (see its) 

II own (see their) 1 no 

I theirs ^ "^ *^ 11 one (see no) - — 1 ■ -~ <.^i your ^ — 

I them "^ I nobody ^^-^ 11 own (see your) 

II that (see them) 11 else (see nobody) 1 yours 

I themselves / / / 1 none - — — ^^ — -^-.^/^ — ^ — ^own'er 3 ^y- 

I this ( II else (see none) vr:p own'erless <:jj' 

II one (see this) '. 1 nothing ^„X13^,^ — --^ own'ership 



X 



y 






II own (see h 

I it 

■^^lits 




II that (see them) 

I this 
- — 1 II one (see this) 

1=1 up 
I which 



1 



I you 

I your 

II own (see your) 
I yours 

I yourself 
owed 



L 

7 7 



r . C 



-^\x: 



-) 



OWED 

Owe'go 

Ow'en ' 

Ow'enite 
Ow'ens 
Ow'ensboro 
owes 3 
I a-an-and 

I another 

II one (see another) 

I himself '--Z^ '~^ ^ 

I his 

II own (see his) .\ ^ „.. .\ 



b II more (see nothing) V,^ , \,_;r-OWNERSHIP 

I one own'ing 3 

II more (see one) -ownness 3 ..j 

I several ^ — <— ^ — ■<— ^ ^^-£0x1 

,: other (see several) ox'alate 

I that oxale'mia ! — 

II one (see that) -—f - — ( — I^ oxalic 

I the ^^ ox'alis 

II man(cp. take the) — oxalu'ria J — ^ 

I their " — 1 *— i 'oxalu'ric 



•i-- 



own 
I theirs 

I them 

II that (see them) 

I this 

II one (see this) — < 
I us < 

I which _ „ ox'hide 

I whom — ' — -J ~— < — ^ ox'id 

I your oxidabil'ity 

II own (see your) ox'idable 

I yours ~^ -^ •~T' oxidant 



^ 



ox'-box — 
-ox'en 1 
^^ ox'eye z 

ox'-eyed 

Ox'ford 

■^-< Ox'fordian 
^^ ox'goad 



^ 



II one (see no) 

I nobody 

ir else (see nobody) 

I none 

II else (see none)A 

I nothing ^— ^ 

II more (see nothing) 

I ffur 

II own (see our) 
I ours 

I some ...y ... 

II one (see some) ^\ 
I somebody 



t-t" 



owl 3 



\ . ..owl'et 3 



r 



nox'idate 
oxida'tion 




r^ 



o 



Os 



I It 

I its 

II own (see its) . 

oxida'tional 

ox'ide 

ox'idizable 

oxidiza'tion 

ox'idize — 

ox'idlzed 

oxidizer 

ox'idizing - 
ox'like 
Oxonian 
II one (see another) ox'-shoe — 

I every '.^1^^^.^^^ Cs^ .^_5^ ox'- stall 

II one (see every) 1 J ox'-team 

I her ox'-tongue 

II else (see somebody)^^. V/^V-- ■• " "*" (^^^ ^er) oxyacid 

I something <r^<f-~4 e"-^^, [,£^5 — , . — , — , oxychlo'rid 

II else (see something) 1 his u d oxyflu'oride 

I the ...v. V..Vj>7" °^" (^** his) ^ oxygen 

II next (cp. do the) "^7^ ' '• — ' ' — ^ — ' 1 oxygenate 

I their ° I its ox'ygenating '—^ ^—fi '—^ 

II own ...'\ \ .y. II own (see its) oxygenation 4-^^^ Ci5 / . ^ 

I them / J ( I no ■ — 1 — ^ — ~-^ ox'ygenator 



owl'-eyed 3 

owl'-faced 3 J\ 
owlish 3 I ^ 
o'wrishness 3 
owl'ism 3 
owl'-train 3 
owl'y 3 
own 3 
.„i a-an-and 
I anoth'er 



n n^^ 



OXYGENIC 



299 



OZONOUS 



oxygen'ic 
ox'ygenizable 

OXYGENIZABLE 

ox'ygenize ^— ^ 
ox'ygenized ^^ 
ox'ygenizer v 
ox'ygcnizing ^—^ 
oxyg'enous LlSL^^ 
oxyhy'drogen v 

ox'ysall — ' 

oxysul'phid 
oxysul'phuret 
o'yer 
I and terminer 
o'yez 

oys'ter 1 a\ 
oys'ter-bank j 
oyster-bar / 
oys'ter-bed i 
oys'ter-boat 
oys'ter-bottom 
oys'ter-brood i 
oys'lcr-culture 
oys'ter-cuUurist 



5—^ ^—-/^ —f oys'ter-dredge 

■Ci^^ Lji y^ C_P oys'ter-farm 

~ ^^H Xoys'ter-farming 



X 



^-y v^oys'ter-field 




lys'ter-fishery 
oys'ter-fishing 
_oys'ter-fork a\ 
oys'ter-gage i Y' 
oys'ter-hammer/ 

oys'lering i a\ 
oys'ter-knife i | 






oys'ter-woman 
■s'ter-women 
Fzark' 

Ozi'as \ 

,r/ozona'tion ~/^ 



Y 






oys'ter-knives 
oys'terling i 
oys'terman i 
oys'termen 

^^ V OYSTERMEN 

|^V_^oys'ter-plant i 

/ ^oys'ter-rake z 

oys'ter-reef i 
oys'ter-rock i 
.oys'ter-she!l i 
oys'ter-shop i 
oys'ter-tongs i 
oys'ter-wife 



i 




L 



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^ozon ic r- 

ozonif'erou? 7_^ 
ozonifica'tion ' 

OZONIFICATION 

ozo'nify 
ozoniza'tion 
>o'zonize 
o'zonized 
o'zonizer v 
o'zonizing ^ 
ozonom'eter ~lZjli,^ 
ozonomet'ric v 



f. ^ozonom'etry 
] / ozo'noscope 
ly ozonoscop'ic 




p \ 

pa 3 \ 
pab'ular 

pab'ulum \ 
pa'cabie \ 
paca'tion N, 
Pacchio'nian 
pace 
paced 

pace'-maker > 

pa'cer 

pachi'si 

pa'cing V 

Pach'mannNj 

pach'yderm 

pachyder'mal 

Pachyder'mata L'' 

pachyder'matoid 

pachyder'matous 
pachyder'moid ' 
pachyder'mous 

pac'ifiable 

pacific 

Pacific 

1 coast \ 

I Ocean 

I states 
pacifically \ 
pacif icate 
pacifica'tion 

PACIFICATIONn 

pacificator 

pacificatory 

pac'ifier 

pac'ify 

pac'ifying 

pack 3 

package 3 \ 

pack'-animal 3 
pack'-cinch 3\^ 
pack'-cloth 3 \ 
pack'-duck 3 
pack'er 3 «. 
pack'et \ — '■ 
pack'et-boat 
pack'ct-day \ 
pack'et-notc \_ 
pack'el-ship 
pack'et-vessel . 
pack'-horse 3 
pack'-ice 
pack'ing-box 3 
pack'ing-case 3'^_ 
pack'ing-needle 3 
pack'ing-paper 3^ 
pack'ing-press 3 
pack'ing-sheet 3 
pack'-load 3 » 
pack'-mule 3 
pack'ncedle 3 



\ \ 




pack'-saddle 
pack'-sheet 3 
^ pack'-staff 3 
pack'-thread 3 
pack'-lrain 3 
pact 

pac'tion v 
pac'tional N — ^ 
Pacto'lian 
Pacto'Ius \ y^ 
pac'tum L. V_J ^ 
pad 3 

pad'-cloth 3 
pad'der 3 
Pad'dington 
pad'dle 




pago'da 
pah 3 
Pah'Iavi 
paid 

I a-an-and 

I him 



\. vx. 



V_/ "^11 own (see his) 



^ 




I one 

II more (see one) 

I one's 

II own (see one's) 
I some 






\ I some \ \ \ 

\. 11 one (see some) ] \ ) 

I _i somebody J-^ J-^ J-^ 

J II else (see somebody) \ \ 



\ 






pseon ic 

pa'gan 

pa'gandom 

Pagani'ni 

pa'ganish 

pa'ganism 

PAGANISM 

pa'ganize 
pa'ganly 

Page" 
' page 
pag'ea 

. pag'eantry 
PAGEANTRY 
page'hood 

Pag'et 

■^ag'inal 
> pag'inate 

pag'inating 
^pagina'tion 

pa'ging-machine 



I something 

II else (see something) 

I the 
I us 
I you 

pail V . ^ 

pail'ful V 
paillasse' 

pain \, 

I a-an-and ^ 

II man (cp. take a) 

I another 

II one (see another) 

I her 

II own (see her) 
I hers 
t herself 

I his \ 

II own 5 
I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 

I no 

II one (see no) 

I nobody 

II else (see nobody) 
I none 

I that 

II one (see that) 

I the s. 

II man (cp. take the) /^ 

I them 

II that (see them) v 
I themselves A 

I this \ 

II one (see this) 
I us 
I whom 

Paine 
pain'ful 
PAINFUL-LY 
pain'fully v 

pain'fulness ^ ^ 
PAiNFULNESS VjT 







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300 



PAIXLESS 



301 



PANAMA 



ss^ M^ ^3 



pain'less 

pain'lessly 

pain'Iessness 

pains'-take 

pains'taking 

pains'takingly 

pains'worthy v ^ ^. 

paint ^^^e^ 

I a-an-and 

I another 

ti one (see another) 

I her 

I) own (see her) 

I hers 

I his 




II own 

I its 

II own (see its) 

I thai "ji 

II one (sec thai) L 

I the 

I them )b 

II that (see them) 

paint'able 

paint'-box 

paint'-brush 

paint'er 

paint'iness 

paint'-mill 

paint'work 

paint'y 

pair 

pair'ing-tiine 
Pais'ley 
paja'mas 
Pak'enham 

pal 3 
pal'ace 

pal'ace-car 

pal'adin 

Palaine'des 

Paramon 

palanquin 

palatabil'ity 

pal'atable ^ y . 

pal'atablcncss v\ ^\ ^^ 

pal'atably ^ \_P \ 

pal'atal 
palataliza'tion 
pal'atahzc 
pal'atalized y /^ 
palate V^ 

pala'tial 

Palal'inate v 
palat'inate v^ 
Pal'atinc 



paleo-ethnolog'icalv ^ v, 

paleo-ethnol'ogist NT ]t y 

paleo-ethnol'ogy 

pa'leograph 

paleog'rapher 

paleograph'ic 

paleograph'ical 
"Ji paleograph'ically 

paleog'raphist '^* ' 
^ paleog'raphy . ^ 

^ \ pa'leolithN;^;;;^^^ ^_ ^. ^ 

palcolith'ic '^ . ■ - 

paleolith'ical 

paleol'ogistX/^ 
paleol'ogy 

paleontograph'ical 

paleonlog'raphy 

paleontolog'ic 






P' 

pa: 

pal 

P 

pa! 
pa 
pa 
pal 
pal 
pa: 
pa 
^ pal 

paleontolog'ical v Y7\ $7 VVS^P' 
palcontolog'icallyVTvi— V'ii— \;r ^ p: 
paleontol'ogist 

paleontol'ogy v v/^' 

pa'Icotype VT 

Palcozo'ic 

paleozoblog'ical 

paleozool'ogy' 

pal'er 

I than V x — ^ 
Paler'mo V 
pal'est 

Pal'estine \ >--ti 
Palcstin'ianV' J^ 
Palestri'na 
pal'etot P. s ^ 

" ttc V r 

ctte-knife 
Pa-Icy . ^ 
pal'frey V. 
Pal'grave 
Pa'li 




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V^ V^'^ Upar'i'form\/C^ 
pal'impsest 








Vv v^- 




palin'dromist 
pal'ing 
palisade 
pal'ish 

Palissy' 
pall X 
pal'la L. 

palla'dia \ ^ 
Palla'dian V' L 
palla'dium 

pal'lac L. \ ^ \ ^ 
Pallas nC V ■ 
Mll'-bcarer i 

pallcs'cence 
pallet 
pal'lia L. 



V 



\/9 
v" 




mate 
'mated 
'mately 
ma'tion 
m'-butter 

m'cr 

m'er 3 

'merin 

met'to 

m'-house 

'mic 

miferouV 

'miformv 

'migrade \' 

m'ing 3 

'mist 

'mister 

'mistry 

m'-Ieaf 3 
m'-oil 3 
m'-tree 3 
m'y 3 
my'ra 
myrene' 
my'rian 
lo Alto 
pabil'ity 

'pable 

'pablcness 

'pably 

'^on V^- V^ VX 

'pebra L. ^' 

'pebrae L. 

'pebral 

pe'brate 

Pp|JnrV%y^V%,V^. 

pita'tion 

s'grave 

s'gravinc 





Vi^^Vl- 



try 



palati'tis 

palaloglos'sal 

palatomax'ilary' ^,^ 

palalona'sal \ • t \ •^"^ ^ pal'liatc v 

paUlopharyn'gcal vSr'' viV^--^ pallia'lion vi 
pala'vcr ^ ' pal'liativc 



b 



V 



\/D- 



pala'vercr 
pale 

I blue 

I check V ^^ 

I face VZ_ 

I light 

I red 
palc'-cycd 
palc'facc 
palc'-faccd 
palc'ly 
palc'ness 



V 



v\^ 



v^ 



^,^ v-T pat'lialory 
V \ pallid 

pallid'ily 

V ^pallidly 

V pal 
pal 

V I V k^pall-mair 
pal'lor 
palm 3 
palma'ccout 
pal'mar 




\ /^ Pam'c!a\ 
\'' 1-^ Pamir' 

Pam'lico 

pam'pas 

pam'pas-c; 

pam'pas-grass 

\ /^ pam'pcan 
v^ pam'pcr 
pam'pered 
V pam'pcrcdncss 

v^ pam'pcrcr \^— «y 
^- pam'pcrizc 
pam'pcrizcd 
pam'pcrizihg 
pamphlet 
pam'phlctary 
pamphlclccr' 
Pamphyl'ia 
Pnmphyl'ian 
Pan 
pan 3 

panacc'a v 
pana'da v. 

Panama' ,/ 





PAN-AMERICAN 



302 



PARAGRAM 




Pan-Amcr'ican 

Pan-An'glican' 

Panathe'naean 

Panathena'ic 

Panay' 

pan'cake 3 

panclas'tite 

Pan'cras 

pan'creas 

pancreat'ic 

pan'creatin 

pancreatit'ic 

pancreatl'tis 




pduurcaii 115 V ■. iran 

pan'creatizeX ^-^.i?^\v_:f=~l P^n 

pan'creatized^-^^v ^ ()^pan 



o'niac \- 
o'nium L_ 

Vpan'lher \ \ \ 

V pan'theress \^^ ^^ ^-^' 

aI pan'therine J of J 

" \ \ \ pant'ingly3 . y 

V_ i •>>■ pan'tograph \i_^. >>■ fi- 

r'ic Y V_ >K pantograph'ic f p— = I— ?- 

\ \ \ pantograph'ical v 

^>^ y^U ^> pantographrcally \- 

'r jT ' 'T pantog'raphy \. /-^f—? 
\ \ \ pantolog'ical .^ P-? — ^ 



pan creatizing 

pan'creatoid' 

pancreat'omy 

pancreec'tomy 

Pan'darus" 

Pande'an 

pan'dcct 

pandem 

pandemi 

pan'der 

pan'deress 

pan'derism 

pan'derous 

Pando'ra 

pandov/'dy 

Pan'dulf 

pane 

panegy 

panegyr'ical 

panegyr'ically 

pan'egyrist 

pan'egyrize 

pan'egyrized 

pan'egyrizing 

pan'el 

paii'el-door 

pane'less. 

pan'el-game 

pan'cI-house\ 

pan'eling C 

pan'el-picture 

pan'ful 

PANFUL 

pang 3 
pang'less 3 
pan'handle 3 
Panhellen'ic 
Panhel'lenism 

PANHELLENISM 

panhel'Ienist 
pan'ic \ j^ 

pan'icky ^^ — ^ 

pan'icle 

pan'ic-slricken 

pan'ic-struck 

panic'ulate 

panic'ulated 

panic'ulately 

Panion'ic \ 

PanisIam'ic\jV 

Panis'Iamism 

Panjan'drum 

pan'nicr 

pan'nikin 

pan'oply 

panop'ticon 

panora'ma 

panoram'ic 

panoram'ical 

panoram'ically 




Pan'-pipc 3 

Pan-Presbyte'rian 

Panslav'ic 

Panslav'ism 

Panslav'ist 

Panslavisl 

pansoph'ical y 
tJpan'sy ^ 

pant 3 

Pantagruel' F. 

Pantag'ruel 

Panlagrue'Iian 

Panlagru'elism 
talets' 
taloon' 

pantaloons' 
-pantech'nic 

pant'er 

Panteuton'ic 

pan'theism 

pan'theist 

pantheis'tic 

pantheis'tical 

pantheis'tically 

pantheol'Dgist 

pantheol'Dgy 

pan'theon 

pan'ther 
pan'theress 
pan'therine 
pant'ingly 3 
pan'tograph V, ^ 
pantograph'ic (^ 
pantograph'ical 




pa pery 
papcterie 
V Pa'phian 
Pa'phos 

r'-mache 

la 



*-./^ \ /^ [^' /^ papil'liform 




papirise 
V pap'illar 
pap'illary 
pap'illate 
papil'lifor 
papillose 



pap'illote 
pap'illous 
^pa'pish 
pa'pist 
papis'tic 
papis'tical 
papis'lically * 
pa'pistry V 
papoose' V, 

V Pap'penheim^ i. 

u V_^„ pap'py 3 
I U Pap'ua 

V Ji_ Pap'uan 

^yj. Vl^^pap'ula L. 
0/ (ipap'ulae L. 

pap'ular 
pap'ule 
pap'ulose 
pap'ulous 
papy'ri 
papyt'ograph 

papyrograph'ic 
papyrog'raphy 
papy'rus 






^ 





paijioiog itai V h— T" \ V P^r 3 

•>>i^ pantol'ogist V7 V^- >>?■ para' 
/^ pantol'ogy ^Z Yy ¥/ para 

V pan'tomime v 
^^ pantomim'ic p- 
Q pantomim'jcal t-^-^ 

pantomim'ically 
pan'tomimist 

pants 3 
Panurge' 
Pan'za 
Pan'za Sp 

pap 3 
papa' 3 

pa'pacy 

pa'pal 

pa'palism 

pa'palist 

pa'paltzc 

pa'palized 

pa' pally 

a paw' I 
pa'per 

I money 
pa'per-case 
pa'per-cutter 
pa'perer 
pa'per-hanger 
pa'per-hanging 
pa'per-knife 
pa'per-machine 
pa'per-maker 
pa'per-makjng 
pa'per-mill ^ 
pa'per-muslin 



par 3 

Turk, 
able 



parab'ola v /yy^ 
parab'ole L>/ ^\y\/^ 

paraboric ^"^ 




parabol'ical ^ 
\- V_y]paraborically 
t^jvr^ I paraboriform 

parab'olistv >»^*^ 

parab'oloidN/'^ NTn. 

paraboloid'al 

Paracel'sian 

Paracel'sist" 

Paracel'sus 

par'achute 

par'aclete 

parade' 

parade'-ground 
para'der X/i'l 




'pcr-pulpv vy^ ^*^ 
'per-rulerVT' V \ \^ \ \ 
'per-weight ^ ^\ ^"^ 



par'adigm 

paradigmat'ic 

paradigmat'icar 

paradigmat'ically 

paradisa'ic \ Ji- \ Jx \ J\ 
paradisa'ical V^iH"N^L^\^ t 
par'adise 

par'adise-bird . v ^ v jv 

paradis'iac\^/^ ^■^ ^ i\-^4_v^ 

^aradisi'acal ^ 

par'adox x i_ \ 

paradox'icalv^l — o 

paradox'ically 

paradox'icalness v jy v >■ 

par'adoxist \/^~ V^'l — (;X^V^ 

par'affin — ^ — v_P ^ 

par'an5 It-oil 

par'agon 

par'agram 



V^X.'-^ 



PARAGRAPH 



303 



PARRIED 



par'agraph ^v . ^^ ^ 

p3r'agrapher\ — = \ — ^->^N 
paragraph'ic •' 

paragraph'ical 1 
paragraph'ically^ 
par'agraphist 




parasitol'ogisl 
parasitorogy\^^<7 
par'asol ^ 

par'botl \ /^/^ 
par'boiling V^ n 
^^—^par'ce! 

par'celing 

par'cel-office 

par'cel-paper 

par'cel-post <>. 

par'cenary 

par'cener 

parch'edness>-^w'^ V/ ^'c^ P^*^ 



Pari'sian 

Parisienne' 

par'ity 

I of reason 

II reasoning 
park 
Par'ker 
park'ish 
park'-keeper 

^ (V Park'man 

\°^^ >)^^par'Iance 

parlan'do It. 
" parlan'te It. ^ ^^ 
ley V I" 

parleyed 
parleyvoo' 




Vl 



I passage 
I with 



II a (see with) 
par'alleled 
parallelcpip'ed 
parallelepip'edal 
parallelepip'edon. 
par'allelism 

parallelis'tic 

par'allelize" 

par'allcltzed 

par'allelly 

parallerogram 

parallelogram mafic 

parallelogram mat'ical 

parallelogram'mic'^ 

parallelogram'mical 

par'allcl-veincd 

paral'ysis 

paralyt'ic 

paralyt'ical ^ , 

paralyzant V^" — 

paralyza'tion 

par'alyze ^ ^ 

par'alyzcd V^ 

par'alyzer 

Paramar'ibo 

par'amount 

par'amountly 

par'amour 

parance'a' 

paranoc'ac 

parancc'ic 

parapar'csi3' 

paraparct'ic 

par'apct . > 

par'apcted x/ 

paraphcrna'lia 



lines /^^^ /^\ /^ parch'ingly 

motion ^^ <i. J /°^r P^rch'ment \ y^\ ^\ ^ paneyvoo ^ -n 

:V V / V parch'menti2e\/%i \/^4^\/%,*Q__,par*Iiament c- ^•' 

parch'ment-skin 7 PARLIAMENT 

parch'menty \ > \ \ \ parliament'al 

pard V^^^ \^ \^ I'PARLIAMENTAL 

Par'doe i 

par'don ^ 

par'donable X_ 

PARDONABLE J 

par'donableness 

PARDON ABLENESS 

ar'donably 

PARDONABLY 

par'doncr 
pare 






^arcgor ic 
paren'chyma ^/^ 
paren'chymal 

cv>^cv/n- parcnchy mafic 

V V I parenchymati'lis"' 

parcnchym'atous 



i 



tv ^ paren'chymous 



par'cnt 
par'enlage 

<K /^ <\ /y^ paren'tal 
Vv V -•> I affection 
I authority 
t J love V 

a^<--i^i solicitude 
* T parcntal'ity 
paren'tally 
paren'thescs 
paren'thcsis 





parliamenta'rian 

PARLIAMENTARIAN, 
parliamcn'tarily^ 
PARLIAMENTARILY i 
parliamen'tary 
PARLIAMENTARY^- i\ ',^ 

agent \/ 

'bo^uLh^'v^ w/ V^ 

committee 




I law 

I train 
par'Ior 
par'lor-car 
par'lor-organ 
parlous 

ar'lously 
Par'ma 
Parmesan 



Vl \o 



Parmese' 

Parnas'sian 

Parnas'sus 

I'Par'nell \ y^-^ 
Par'ncllismV^ f 
Par'nellitc 
paro'chial 

I board 

I relief 




;^_! \/\/^' pafen'thesize ^ y'-^' \/^'^ paro'chiali 

■V >i b 1— paren'lhesizcdX/ sAS >>,i^. ^—'paro'chiali 

^^ \^ parcn'thesizing v-^ (p paro'chiali 



parenlhet'ic 
parenthetical' 
parenthct'ically 
par'enthood s 
par'entless N'^ 



par'aphrasc v^ s^-* \ yf^ ^ 
par'aphrascdV^ .d v/ !0 \/ . 
par'aphraser 'p; 

paraph'rasii^ *-N\ >-vv *-n pare: 
par'aphrast V^ -G-X/ mA/ d; parct 
paraphras'tic [ pa rhel'ion 

paraphras'tical \ ^~\ \ ><J P"'" pas'su L. 
paraphras'tically _^^\^^ a! ^^) pa'riah 
paraplegia \/ A- J / Pa'rian 

paraple'gic 

par'asnng 

par'asital 

par'asite ^ .o 

parasit'ic ^^,1 

parasit'ical 

parasit'ically 

parasit'icidat 

parasit'icidc 



parasilolog'ical 



/' ^-^ pari'ctes L. 

parictofronl'al ^ j^ 
_ parictomaa'toid^*/*'!'"'*^^ 
' paricto-occip'ital / 
\ jP' V Jf' V jf' poriclotcm'porar v ^■Ni.,-'^..— * 1 



paro'chializing 
paro'chially 
parod'ic 

parod'ical \ iy 
par'odist v^ J 
par'ody 
parol' \ 

I evidence Vx' 
parole' 

.V/'V^-'^rt^yV 
I gland 





I nerves \ ^i \ ^ ^ 

par'oxyam V^ *— 'I NtL-g-~,^«t_j— J 



par'asitismv .p. ^ jf«\ ^ft-/- paf''»h \ >i 
par'asiloid ^/3"^^^n ^^ ^.,' parish'ional v<^ 
■:al I 



paroxys'mal 
\/JlL^paroxy5;mally ^^ 



pariih'ioncr 



paroxys mic 

parquet' 

^.r'quetry,^^^ 

par'rakect 
par'ricjdal v j£^ 
pnr'ricidc V^vr 
par'ricd 3 






PARROT 



304 



\^' V 



\y 





\y^ 



■> 



"No 



•1 '^ 

\.' \i 



par'rot \ 
par'rotry \^ 
Par'rott 
Par'ry v ^ 
parry 3 v^ 
par'rying3 

pars L. 

parse 

parsed 

Par-see y ;y> k j^y > 

Par'seeism \/ ' ^^ <f~^ 

pars'er 

Par'si \ >.• 
Par'sifal v// 
parsimonious 
parsimo'niously 
parsimo'niousness -^-j — -_. 
par'simony ^ 7 

pars'Iey 

pars'nip 

par'son 

par'sonage 

parson'ic 

parson'ical 

par'sonish v J^^^ 
Parsons \/ -^ 
part 
PART 
I and parcel *\ 

I his 

II own (see his) 
I it 
I its 
n own (see its) 

I of it 

II its 
II the world 

II their ..V---.' 

III own (see their) 

I our 

II own (see our) 
I ours 
I :several 

M other (see several) 
I some 
It other (see some) 

I that 

II one (see that) 

I the 

I their '^ 

II own (see their) 
I theirs 

I them ..V, 

II that (see them) </ 

I this 

II one (see this) ^... 
t us C 
I you 

I your *^ 

II own (see your) 

I yours 
part'able 
partake' 
partak'en 
partak'er 
part'er 
parterre' v 
par'tes L. 
Parthe'nia 

Parthenon 

Parthen'ope 

Parthenope'an 

Parthian\^- \y^^ >^ 
par'tial 



partial'ity^ .. 
par'tialize \^ 
par'tialized 

par'tializing 
partially 
part'ible 
partic'ipable tv 
partic'ipancy \, 

PARTICIPANCY J 

partic'ipant ^ \ 
partic'ipantly \ ^ 
partic'ipate cl 
participa'tion 
partic'ipative 
partic'ipator 

particip'ial 

particip'iaJly 

par'ticipl 

par'ticle 
partic'ular 



^ % 



V^ V 



PARTICULAR 



V_ 



<v . PARTY-MAN 

\_J^\/ par'ty-spirited ..V 

PARTV-SPIRITED^ 

par'ty-wal! 

Xpar'venuX^/]'^^ 
par'vule 

Par'zival \ 
pas F. VjP 
1 d'armes /^ 
Pasade'na 
Pascagou'la 
Pas'cal 

\ Pascal' F 
pasch 
l/pas'chal 
\i lamb 
I letters 
I supper 
, pasch'-egg 

|\ pasha' 3 

pasha'lic 
pasigraph'ic 



PASSE 



.V^.H^ 




j^ application <\ 

i custom .■.\...-^...^rrf^^-..T77f..pasigraph'ical 



I method 



I person 
^ I proposition, 
partic'ularism 



t V 




^ 






partic'ularist /"^ 

particularis'ttc'^^^ — 1 .y 
particular'ity 

particulariza'tion Z^ 
partic'ularize 'i^: — ( 
partic'ularized 
partic'ularly 
PARTICULARLY 
partic'ularness ^•-•^ — ^ 
Par'tington \ 
parfing-tool \^ — 1" 
parti'tion » 

parti'tionalv > 
par'titivc \y^ y- 
par'titively .1 
par'tizan 
par'tizanship^ 

PARTIZANSHIP 

part'ly 

part'-music 

part'ner 

part'nership 

PARTNERSHIP \_^) 

Par'ton -^ 

partook' 
part'-owner ^^^ — ! 

PART-OWNER 

par'tridge 
par'tridge-berry ' 
part'-singing ■* 

part'-song : 

partu'ricncy Nii_^ 'V^ 

PARTURIENCV 

partu'rient ^ cv /^ 

parturifa'cient '^^ i^r 
parturi'tion 

partu'ritive ^ ^ 

part'-writing VA ^v^vl 

par'ty ^^ 

PARTY 

of the first parl.\.....V.. 




\^ 



pasig'raphy 
Pasiph'ae 
pasque 
pasque'-flower 

Pas'quin >. 
pasquinade' \j. 
'pasquina'der ^^^^ 
pass 3 \ 

I man(cp. take a) 
n-and 

another 

II one (see another) 
down 
forth 
forward 
her 

II own (sec her) 

hers 

his 

into --Nx 

1 a (see into) ^ 

it 
its 
I own (see its) 

judgment 

that .\.. 

one (see that) r* 

the 4 

matter (cp. take the)> 

them 



.^' 



ev<y^v^^<^ 



I that (see them) 
^ithis 

II one (see this) 

^1 us 

I your ..V-- 

II own (see your) ^-^ 

) I yours 
I yourself 
pass'able 3 
. pass'ableness 3 
pass'ably 3 
passade' 
pas'sage 3 

. I of arms j-£> 

pas'sage-money 3 / 
\/^!^ pas'sageway 3 y 
IY- Passa'ic No 

Passamaquod'dyiC 

par'ty-jury v u- /> v ^- pass;-book 3 
PARTY-jURY V^ l-^^.-V-N/ U"^ pass -check 3 
party-man y pass6' F. 



Ill second part 
par'ty-color 
par'ty-colored 

par'tyism 




PASSED 



PATRONIZED 



passed 3 v 
pass^e' F. ^■ 
passe'ment 
passemen'teric 
pas'senger 

PASSENGER 



V 



Pasteur'izcd 

Pasleur'izing 

pastic'cio It 

^ pas'til V 

\jpas;iime 3 Np^ 



ENGERCARNj^ ? \l^' !• \P3 

enger-elevaior / ' ^ / ^^■ 
enger-engine \„ -^ .</'^~*"'\!. 
no'tive ^Xw\ \ ' 



pas torage 

pas'toral 

care 



/ pas'tor 3 
pas'senger-car 

PASSE 

passe 

pas'senger-engine \ ^ ^f<. i''^\j_charg 

pas'sengcr-locomo'tive ^r^. o ' letter 

passenger-pigeon^ ^^^ 

passenger-ship 

pas'scnger-lrain 







PASSENGER-TRAIN 
passe-partout' F. 
passer 3 
pass'er-by' 3 
pass'-holdcr 3 
passtbil'iiy 3 
passible 3 
pas'sibleness 3 
pas'sim L. 
passing 3 

pass'ing-bell 3 
pass'ing-nole 3 
passion 3 
passional 3 v 

pas'sionate 3 ^^' 
pas'sionately 3 ' 
pas'sionatencss 3 
passiona'to It. 
pas'sioned 3 

pas'sion-flowerv r v 

Pas'sionisi 3 o*^-.^ -p 
pas'sionless 3 ^ 

pas'sion-music v 
pas'sion-oralorio O «' 
pas'sion-play ^,»,— jj_ 
Pas'sion-lide 3 
passion-vine 3 
pas'sive 
pas'sively \ 
pas'sivencss :& ^ 
passiv'ity Vj 

pass'-key 3 
pass'less 3 
pass'man 3 
pass'mastcr 3 
pa^s'mcn 

1-ASSMEN 

p3'»!i'ovcr 3 
passport 3 
pass'-tickc 
pni^'word 

pail 3 

I hit 

I the 

I ut 

paste ^ 

paile'board ^ 
pasted 
pas'lel 



\ t 







\- 



^ 



\ 






V^o V-^ 



13 ' 



■\ 



■\- 



P»«' er v,^ 
pas'iern NJ 
pas'lern-bone 

paslcrn-joinl 
Pasteur' 
Pasteur'ian 
Pa&tcur'ism 



life 

work 
pastora'le It 
pas'toralism 

pas'torally 

pas'torale 

pas'torless 

pas'torship 3 

past-per'fecl 

pastry 

pas'try-cook 

pasturabil'ity 

pas'turable 

pas'turage s 

pas'ture \ 

pas'lure-Iand ^ 

pas'turcless ^ ' 
j\, pas'turcr 
'Y pasty 

pat 3 
^' pat'-a-cake 

Patago'nia 

Patago'nian 

patch 3 

palch'able 3 

palch'er 3 

patch'ery 3 

patch'iness 3 

patch'ingly 3 
•<p patchou'li 
v^patch'work 

patch'y 3 
pate 
piite' F. 

^ I pat*' F. 
J— a patcl'la L. 
patellae L 
patellar ., — ^ 

patcl'liform V i 
patency 

PATENCY 
pat'eni 

I inside 

I office 
"'^r palcnlabilily 

PATENTABLE-ILITY 
pat'cntable 
.V .patentee' 
pat'enter 
patently 
pat'entor \ 

pat'cnt-righl y' 
patent-rolls . 

paterfamilias L#. P^ 

pater'nalism 




V 



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\ 



L 






^ 



1^^- 


'- > 


\ 

< 


> 


V 


^ 


^ 


>, 


^ 



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f 



\ 



pathetically 

paihet'icalness 

path'finder 

path'ic 

path less 3 

path'maker 3 

pathogen'esis 

pathogenefic 

pathogen'ic 

pat'nog'enous 
pathogeny 
pathognomon'ic! 
pathog'nomy 
patholog'ic 
patholog'ical 
patholog'ically . 
pathol'ogist \ 
pathol'ogy T 

pa'thos \ ^ 
paths 3 y^ 

path'way 3 (o 



pa'tient 

pa'tienlly 

pa'tio ~ 

pat'ly 

Pat'more 

Pat'mos 

pat'ness 3 

patois' 3 

patresfamil'ias C 

patriarch 

patriar'chal 

patriar'chalism 

patriar'chally^' 

pa'triarchate 

palriar'chic^ 

pa'triarchism 

pa'triaichship 

pa'triarchy" 

patri'cian 

patri'cianhood 

patri'cianisn:! 

patricidal 

pat'ricide 

Patrick 

patrimonial 

patrimo'nially' 

pat'rimony 

pa'triot 

patriot'ic 

patriot'ical 

patriotically 

pa'triotism 

PATRIOTISM 

pa'trist 

patris'tic 




il-P 




x^- 



-^■2 



pains lie V <r^ V _ \ 

patris'tical V ^'V ( X f 

patris'tically .H |) 

V 



pa.lclisi \o^ Np^ \» \ 
paile'-pol Y I 

V V, 

»/• Nb .>«> - pa lernoster Vi 
U^U^-t'.ler.on t 

r-asicur ism v x v path 3 \ 

Pastcuri/a'tionNp - — .^ nNp^ o pathetic \ 
Posicur'ize \^ \f^' U-< pathcfical ( 



patcr'nal \^C^ I ^ 



paternalij'ticNn v^ v> 

paternally £p_^ £, ^ 

paternity . ,/f<pL_v>_^ 

a lernoster Vi •</ ^-.^ 

Pal'erson 
path 3 



L 



,L_ 



patns ticism 

patris'tics 

Patro'clus 

patrol' 

patrol'ling 

patrol'man 

patrol'mcn v 

PATkOLMEN V|^^ 

pa'tron r 

pat'ronagc 

pn'tronal 

pa'troncss 

patroniza'lion 

patronize ^- 

patronized L>^ 



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PATRONIZER 



306 



PEASANTLIKE 



pat'ronizer 

pat'ronizing 

pal'ronizingly 

pa'tronless v 

patronym'ic ^ 

palronym'icaly^ 

patroon' 

patroon'ship 

pat'ten 

pat'ter v 

pat'tern \i 

pat'tern-book .1 

pat'tern-card 

pat'tern-drawcr 

pat'tern-maker 

pat'tern-molder 

pat'tern-shop^ 

Pat'tersoa " 

Pat'ti 

Pat'tieson 

Pat'tison 

Pat'ton 

pat'ty 3 

pat'ty-cake 

pat'typan 3 

pat'ulous 

Pau 

pau'cify 

pau'cifying 

pau'city 

Pau'er 

Paul 

Pau'la 

Paul'ding n^ ^^. 

Pau'lian i N/ |^_^ 

Pau'lianist i 

Pauli'na 
Pau'line 1 
Pau'linist 1 

Pauii'nus 
PauJ'ist I 
Pau'lus 
paunch 
paunch'iness 
paunch'y 
pau'per >^ 

pau'perism ^ 
pauperiza'tion 

pau'perize 
pau'perized 

pau'perizing 

Pausa'nias 
pause I 
paused i 
pause'less i <yr^ 
pausc'Iessly i \' 
paus'er i 
paus'ing i 
paus'ingly x 
pav'an 
pave V 

I a-an-and X 

I his 

I the . 
pav€' F. V 
pave'ment 
pav'en ^ 
pav'er X>-:-^ 
Pavi'a 
pavirion 
pav'iiig 

pav'ing-machinc 
pav'ing-stone 
pav'ing-tile 
pavo'nian 



pav onine 
paw 1 

pawed I 

pawl I 'f •- 
pawn I \/ 
^1 a-^n-and 
1 another 



II own (see 
I hers 
I his 




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\- 



pay'-roll \- 
pea 1 \y 

Pea'body ^ 

peace i >? 

.peace'able i Nt 
peace'ableness i 
peace'ably I 

■>pe 
peace'breaking i 

\ peace'ful >• 

.....PEACEFUL-Ly\> 

peace'fully 



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its)'' 



11 own 
1 it 
( its 

ti own (see i 
I the 
pawn'able 

PAWNABLE \ < ^y <^ 
pawn'broker...Ts^..\'^ \ — si"^ 
pawn'broking 



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> h 



peace'fulness 

PEACEFULNESS 

peace'less i 

peace'lessness i 
peace'maker i 
peace'making i 
peace'-ofi'ering i 
peace'-officer i 
peace'-party i 

peace'-pipe s 
peach I 
peach'-blight 
peach'-blossom i 
peach'blow i 
peach'-brandy 
peach'-color i \ 
peach'-colored i 
peach'-down i , 
II own (see his) V n n peach'er i n? 

I one ^_^ < • \_c"^peach'ery i ^ 

.11 more (see one) peach'-house i / 

I one's s V ,^ peach'-stone i ^f 

II own (see one's) \_p \_SL^ \ peach'-tree i ^ 

I that peach'y i c/ 

II one (see that) \^ \^ ^ pea'-coal ; 

I the 

II man (cp. take the) 

^'^T, I their s 

>' ^ II own (see their) V 
I theirs / 

>i them ^ 

II that (see them) \ 
1 this (. 




H 



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x^„ \) Y 



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\- 



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this 
I! one (see this) 
I us 
I you 

I your V 

II own (see your) \ 
I yours f 

pay'able 

pay'-bill 

pay'-car 

pay'-clerk 

pay'-corps 

pay'-day 

pay '-director v 

PAY-DIRECTOR ^^ 

payee' 

PAYEE >? 

pay'er \ 
pay'-inspector 
pay'-Hst V ^^ 
pay'master \; 






Y 



\, \, 



V 



X-' 



H 



pay'master-gen'eral 

PAYMASTER.GENEEAl- 

paymastership X^^^W-b 

PAVMASTERSHIP y""^ ' 

pay'mcnt v v 

jjay'mistrcss v^ v — 6) 

Payn t 
Payne 



V-l-^pay mm \i 
pay'-office 



pea'-coat i V 
pea'cock i 

pea'-flower i ^ 
pea'fowl 1 
pea'-green i 
pea'hen i ^? yy 
pea'-jacket I v^ 
peak I 

peak'ish i 
peak'y i 
peal I 

^peal ing i ^ 
(, peal'-ringer i 

peal'-ringing I < 
pca'nut I 
pea'-pod 1 
pear y 
Pearce \ 
pearl 

^::J!?a's^"=vavo^^<^ 

pearl'-barley 

pearl'-fisherjN^n/^N^^-O-^^''^---^^ 
pcarl'-fishing -^ 

\. \. /pearl'-gray 

\<^ \'<Z^'^(/ pearl'iness 




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3jy^ 



pearl'ing 

pearl'-oyster ^^^ 

pearl'-sago n ^ 

pearl'y 

pear'-shaped 

Pear'son 

pear'-tree 

Pear'y 

pcas'ant 

pcas'antlike 







PEASANTLY 



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PELT-MONGER 



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Vo^, 



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peas'antly 
peas'antry 
pcas'cod 

pease i -^ 

pease-porridge i\> 
pease'-pudding i 

pea'-shell ' < 1 
pea'-sheller l\^ 
pea'-shooler i 
pea'-soup I .f 
peat I ^ 

peat'-bed \, 

peat'-bog _ • 

peat'-charcoal i '-■ = 
peat'-coke i 
peat'-cutter 1 
peat'-gas i 
pcat'-moor i 

peat'-moss i 
peat-soil i ^<~i 
peat-spade i 
peat'y i 
pea'-vine i 
pcii'-wccvil 

pebble s \ \ - f^".^\^ 

pebble-Ieather\ \ X\ \ P"* °''^ 
pebblestone \ V / No ped die 

^. ^. u" ped'dlery 

pc'dcs L, 



>7_^^p 



pccup/iary ^■ 

pedagogic ^^ 

pedagog'ical 

pedagog'ically 

pedagcg'ics n1_^. \_^. N—i—g— > 

pedagogism 'j ' / „ 

ped'agogue y 

pedagogy \_^ X— 7. V 

pedal ' / i 

pcd'alist >. 
'v-^X ped'al-point\ 
ped'ant 'p 

pedantic 

. / [ ' pedan'tical 



<r 



thei 

le 

Diy v^ 
an' V 

an'-nut \ 



^ 



^PEDANTICAL-LY- 
pedan'tically 
pedant'icism 
ped'antize 
pedanloc'racy 
ped'antry 

PEDANTRY 
ped'ate 
ped'dle 
peddler 

ress 
rism 



peb'bly 

pcca 

pccan'-nu 

peccabil'ity 

peccable 

peccadil'lo 

pec'cancy 

PECCANCY 

peccant 

pec'cantly 
pec'cary 
pecca'vi L. 

Peck 

peck 

pcck'cr 

peck'ish 

Pecksniff 

Pecksnif'fian 

pec'loral 

I aorta 

ifi 

I glands 

I muscles 

1 nerves 
pectora'Ies L. 
pcctora'lts L." 
pec'torally 

peculate y 
pccula'tion'- 
pcc'ulator 
pecul'iar -; 
PECULIAR 

I care 

I circumstance 

I circumstance 

II pf the case 
I institution 
I interest 
I manner 

peculiar'ity 
peci;liarity' 

pecul'iarize 

pr!' ult^irl/rd 
;.,-ul ,..:•/ 
ftCULlAHLY 

pecul'iarnesS'^ 
pecu'Iium L 
pecuniarily 





Peel s. ^ 

el I V 
Peele 

peel'eri <J^~s 
peel'ing i V \ 
peep I 

peeped i >? 
peep'er i \ 
peep'-holc 1 \ 
peep'-show I 
peep'-sight I 
peer i 

peer'age i >? y 
peer'ess i \^'/ 
peer'less i 



h 



\r 



<r 



^' 



ped'estal 
pedes'trial 
pedes'trially 
pedes'trian 
pedes'trianism V 
PEDESTRIANISM \ 
pedes'trianize, I 

podestrianized.; y ■ 
pediat'ric \ ^~^ 

pediat'rics 

ped'iatry 
p, 

ped 

pedicella'tion 
ped'icelled 
^ped'icle 
pedic'ulate 



ea lairy y ,y- \ -■ s"- 

ed'icel \ ' V- \ 

ed'iccllate L J '^i- 

cdicella'tionv "I v \ 

edicelled \,^ \. \. 
edicle (P .^ J_ 

loral ^ pedic'ulate v! \ \ 

°-\^N-y-^v_^^:d^ic-u!rL. t \-r \j- 

\ ^\ ^ Pelas'gic ViZ 

\ \ \ ^ pel'crine \ ;,-^ 

\. V \ Pe'leus V 



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pedic'ulous 
pcdic'ulus L 
ped'icure 
Ir-^V^j, ped'iform 
Dcd'igree 
^ped'iment 
pcdimen'tal 
PEOIMENTAL 
ped'imentcd 
pedom'cter 
pedomet'ric 
pedomct'rical 
pedomo'live 
p pcdgmo'tor 

pedu 

.pedun'cled 

pcdun'cular 

^ r, — . pedun'culale < 
\ I „3 pcdun'culaied 
peduncula'lion 
pedun'culi L 
prdun'culus L) 
Pee;blcs 
peek I 
eek'-«-boo 
eks'kill 



\peer'lessly i 
peer'lessness i 
peer'y i 
pee'vish 
pee'vishly 
pee'vishness 

peg 

Pega'sean 
peg'asoid 
Peg'asus \ 
peg'ger \-^ 
peg'ging-awl 
peg'ging-jack ^ 
peg'ging-machine ■ 
Peg'goty 

peg'gy 
Peggy 

peg'-leg 
peg'-top 
pei'gnoir 
Peirce 

Peixo'to 
Pekin' 
Pekin (U. S.) 

eking' 
pel'age 
Pela'gia 
pela'gian 
Pela'gian 
Pela'gianism 

pelag'ic ^f ^. 

aPela'gius VZ 

Pclas'gi 
Pelas'gi3n.^^ry 



X 




omo'tor \ 

""■ 1 \ 

Liii cle s' v_ 





V^ 



PeleV 

PelhamXi'V^ 
_ pel'ican 
I pel'icanry 

pelisse' 

pell'agc 

pel'Iet V 

pel'licle V" 

pcllic'ular 

pcllic'ulatc>^ v-^ 

pell-meir ^ 

pellu'cid 

pellucid'ity 

pellu'cidly 

pellu'cldncss 

-Pcloponne'si ' 
Pcloponnc'sn 
Pe'lops 

^ pelt 
/ pell'er 

pell'-mongrr 




n 



PELTRY 



p'=l''':y. \j^] 



308 



PEPSIN 



I 




pen etrative \ \ \ P"^" siveness 

pen'etratively\_^_\_^_ \,^_ penstock 

pcn'ctrativcncss 

Pene'us 

pen'-feather 

pen'ful 

PENFUL 




p- -i 



I statute V 
per.al'ity \ n 
pe'nalize || 



\ 



\^ 






pem mican 
pen 

pe'nal 

I act 
I action 
I bond 

I code 

I offense 

I servitude 

I statute 
P 
P 

pe'nalized >^ 
pe'nahzing A^ 
pe'nally v 

pen'alty 
pen'ance 
pen'anceless 
pen'-and-ink' 
penan'nularX 
Pena'tes '^ 

pen'-case 

pence 

penchant' F 

pen'cil 

pen'cil-casc 

pen'cil-cedar 

pen'cil-compass 
pen'ciling 
pen'cil-sharpener 
pen'cil-sketch 
pend 
pend'ant 
pend'ency 
Penden'nis \.^ 
pend'ent ) 

pendente lite 
pend'ently V^^^ V- 
Pen'dleton K I f 

pendrag'on 
pendrag'onship"" 
pen'-driver 
pen'dular v 
pen'dulate '^Z—^ 
pen'dulent Y }^ 

pendulos'ity 

pen'dulous 

pen'dulously 

pen'dulousness 

pen'dulum 

Penel'ope 

penetrabil'ity 

pen'etrable 

pen'elrabieness 

pen'etrably 

penetra'lia L. 

pen'etrance 

pen'etrancy v 

penetrancy\^ 

pen'etrant I 

pcn'etrate x -^ 

pen'etratingly 

penetration 



'J 




pen gum 
pen'guinery 

pen'holder 

pe'nial 

penin'sula 

penin'sular \ v ^ v 

peninsular'ity \_zp \;_P/^ ^^— 1^ 

penin'sulate ]!ZI ^^^^' 

pe'nis V ^ 

pen'itence 

pen'itency 

PENITENCY 

pen'itent 
peniten'tial 

PENITENTIAL-LY 
peniten'tially 
peniten'tiary 
PENITENTIARY 

pen'itently 

pen'knifc 

pen'knives 

pen'-maker 

pen'man 

pen'manship 

PENMANSHIP 

pen'men 

PENMEN 

Penn 
penna L. 



pent 

pen'tachord 

pen'tacle 

pen'tagon 

pentag'cnal 

pentag'onally \^ V_; \.<^ 



L 



x-j> 



•apen'nae L. 
Ipen'-name 
pen'nant 
pen'nate 
pen'nated 
pen'ner 
pen'niform 
X> pen'niless 
pen'nilessness 
pen'non 




pen non y \ 
X^ pen'noned \_^ ' 
Pennsylva'nia 



\ 




pentag onous 

Vpen'tagram 
pentagram'mic 
pentahc'dra! 
pentahe'dron < 
pentahe'drous 
pentam'etcr .. 

pen'tangle 

pentan'gular '^ 

pen'tarchy 

pentasep'alous 

pentasper'mous 

pen'tastich 

pen'tastyle v " 
pentasyllab'ic li> 
Pen'taleuch kv^ 

Pentateu'chal » 
pentaton'ic "js 

penlav'alent J ^ 

Pen'tecost 
Pentecostal *Si_<=» 
Penthesile'a ' 
pent'house 
pentox'ide "^ 
pent'roof .jj 
pe'nult ^ 

penul'tima \^ 
penul'timate 

penum'bra v 
penum'bral 
penu'rious 

\penu'riously 
penu'housness 
pen'ury 

\ pen'wiper 

\vj^ pen'woman 
7^ n pen'women 
' Penzance' 



n- 



pe on 
pe'onage 

PENNSYLVANiA<^^\^^_ync_^^^^^ pe'onism 
Pcnnsylva'nian t ^^^,_^ \/T " pe'ony 



X^iL^ 




A- 



PENNSYLVANIAN 

pen'ny 

pen'ny-a-lin'cr^ 

pen'ny-a-lin'erism 

pennyroy'al 

pen'nyweight^ 

pen'ny-wisdom 

pen'ny-wise % 

pen'nyworth 

Penob'scot 

penolog'ical 

penol'ogist 

cnol'ogy 
pen'rack v 
Pensaco'Ia\'=^ 
pen'sile 
pen'sileness 
pensil'ity 
pen'sion 

pen'sionablcx 
pen'stonary \ 
pen'sioned ..y^ 
pen'sioner 
pcn'sive 
pen'sively 



V V 



people 

PEOPLED 
peo'pleless 
peo'pler 
People's party 5- 
Peoria \^ 

Pep'in 
Pepin' F.- 
pep'per 

pep'per-and-salt' 
pep'per-box 



1 

■^ P*^P pcr-uux \ V 

> pep'per-cake N\<- 

'/ pep'per-caster ^ 



. *^r 




pep percorn 

pep'perer 

pep'pergrass 

pep'periness > 

pep'per-mill 

pep'permint 

pep'permint-drop\^ 

pep'per-plant 

pep'per-pot 

pepper-sauce -^ 

pep'pery 

pep'sin 



PEPSINATE 



309 



PERICLES 




X X.V 



pep'sinate 

pep'sinating 

pepsiniferous 

pepsin'ogen 

pep'tic 

pep'tical 

pep'togen x 

peptogen'ic \ 

peptog'enous Nj 

pep'tone 

pepton'ic 

peptoniza'tion 

pep'tonize 

pep'tonoid 

peptonuria 

Pepys 

Pep'yslan 

Pe'quot 

per 

I accidens 

I annum 

I barrel 

I bushel 

I capita 

I cent 

I centum L** 

I century 

I contra q. | 

I curiam \.- 

I day 

I diem 

I minute 

I month 

I saltum 

I se 

I second 

I week 
pcradvcn'ture 
peram'butate 
pcrambula'tion 
pcram'bulator' 
peram'bulatory 
percale' F. 
percaline' 
percar'buretted 
perceiv'ablc 
perceiv'ably 
perceive' 
perceiv'er c> 
perceiving J-^ 
percentage ' 

percent'ile v v to- 
pcr'cept ^^l 
perccptibil'ity 
pcrccp'tible 
pcrcep'tiblencss 
pcrccp'libly 
pcrccp'lion ^ 
percep'lional \[ 
pcrcep'tive 

percep'iiveneM^ 
perccptiv'ity >^ 

perceptual l 

perchance 
Perche 



\ \ ^is 





PERCIPIENCY 

pcrcip'ient 

Per'cival 

per'colate 

percola'tion 

per'colator 

\<i percur'sory^ \^ <K "^ 

\ percuss' V+tJ \-v-° 

\_percus'sant 
J. percussed' ^ 
\ ^_ppercuss'ing \_<= 

pcrcus'sion ' 

percus'sional ^ (Z 

percus'sion-bu!let\— 7— ' ^ 

percus'sion-cap 

percus'sion-fuse 

percussion-gun 

percus'sion-hammer 

percus'sion-lock 

percus'sion-m 

percus'sion-powdi 

percus'sion-pi 

percuss'ive 

percus'sivel 





perTorating-machine 
rfora'tion 
forative 
per'forator^ \/\ 
perforce' ^a ' 
perform' 

PERFORM \ /I \ v<''\ y\ 
perform'ableX/ V.\/ V.\/ V^ 

PERFORMABLE V— ^ \ 

perform'ance . v ^' > 

performance" 

performed' 

performed^ y\ \ 
perform'er v^ ^ 
PERFORMER 



perform'ing 

, ^J>ERFORMING' 

„'"\^_-j«_^/perfume (n.) 
perfume' (v.) 
perfum'er 
perfum'ery 
erfum'ing 



owder 1 1 ./ \,P 

.rimer /,p 

l^v_r>'N^^-^,^v_^^erf!rn'^''[orily 



percus sor 

ercuta'neous 
percuta'neously 
Per'cy \ ^^c 
Per'ditaV/ .* 
perdition 
perdu' 
perdue' 
pire F. 



K ^Tsper'egrinate 




pcr'egrmatmg 

peregrina'tion 

per'egrinator 

Per'egrine 

per'cgrine 

per'emptorily 

pcr'emptoriness 

per'cmptory 

pcren'nial 

percn'nially 

Perez' 

per'fect (v 
perfect ^J^ 
per'fected 




perfunc'toriness 
perfunc'tory ' 
Pergamum 

Per'gamus 
Pergole'si 
perhaps' 
I a-an 

I another 

II one (see another) 
■ he 
II is (see he) 

his 
II own (see his) 
lit 
II is (see it) 

I its 

II own (see its) 
I not 
I that 



\J^ per'fccter 



perfcct'ibilist ^J^ 
perfectibilist 



y\XT \>0^' Vi'l.'is'see tha.)\ 
" I the Y 

^ ^ I they ^ 

\s Ar-i II are (see they) \ 

I I this No 

^^ 5, 11 is (see this) ~ ^ 



I own (see your) 



perfectibil'ity 
_>. PEKFECTIBl 
Nperfect'ible 



\(;\. perfectibility 



% 



perfectible 

per'fccting 

PERFECTING 



\ 



^ <v (v. I yours ^ 

-\ V Vt pe rii \ 

> Npcria'gua >a 

^v. <\ Perian'der\ °^ 




^•b 



> 



per'fecting-prcss 

perfection 

pcrlec'tionism 

V^perfec'tionist 
pertec'tive 
pcrfec'tivc 
c^ pcr'fcctly 
\ PERFECTLY 
^ pcr'fectness 

perch'er ^v<y N/ / N^o^ pcrfcr'vidncsa 
~ pcrfid'ious 

perfid'ioutly .^ 
i__/|perfid'iou»ne»« 
pcr'fidy 



\>. per'ianth 
perian'thial 

^^ <\<\ «\ periarteri'tis 

^^••»\)V-y^5~) periarthri'tis 

'Tpcriarlic'ular 

iist^ ^ ^. pcriax'ial 

Nj-^ \rn Nrr peribronchial 
ly I ^•~ ^peribronchitis 

^v pericar'diac 

\j*^*-r^cricar'diar 
pcricar'dian 



'\J^ \ 



Per'^hcron 

pcrchlo'ralc ^. ^ 

perchloric ^ > <• 
pcrchlo'rid ( 

pcrchro'mtc f 
pcrcipicnce ^f-^ 
percip'icncy 



\\ 




per'forable^ vxt J, f, v 
pcr'foratc Nf \ Np 
pcr'foratinj 



pericardit'ic 
pcricardi'tis L 
pericar'dium 
'per'icarp 
pericar'pial 
pcricar'pic 
pcriccl'lular 
^•' — pcriccn'tral 
Pcrlrlei \^ 




.^^^' 



PERICLEAN 



310 



PERPENDICULARLY 



Pcricle'an 
pcricoli'lis 
pcricra'nial 
pcricra'niurav s- 
periden'tal \r 
Perier' 

periganglion'ic 

perige'an' 

per'igee 

periglot'ticv^ 

periglot'tis 

Pcrigord* 

Pcrigueux' 

perihel'ion 

pcrihcpat'ic 

perihepati'tis 
per'il 
per'iling 
per'ilous 




V 



\x 



\<^l^\y/' per'iscope 
periscop'ic 
.1, j-(^ periscop'ical 
,-X/ ^.Per'ish 

pcrishabil'ity 

per'ish^ble 

PERISHABLE 





v\ 



"^ 



r 



pcr'iiousiy \ v^ f>^ ij'^^ pcr'isperm^^/^ 



periphras'tical ^_^s^ ^^ N . PERMISSIBLY 

peripliras'lically \^^ ^^^^^'"'^^o P^f mission 
periplcuri'lis\x^.' j' permis'sive 

peripor'tal J^ ■ ^^^eimis'sively 

pcriproslat'ic ^. /^ y^ permit' 

perirectal \>^^\x^X3V^ 1 every 

pcrire'nal ^ ~/^ 11 one (see every) cv i\ ^ 

pcrirhi'nal ^^ y^ ^ 1 everybody \-^^.X-*-'^v^-«^ 

\/^^'\^ I \ 11 else (Gee everybody) \ Xt'^ 

else (see evcrything)\-'-vv-<--^^ — 
him V,^ V— - 

his f. ^ ^6 

it Vt, 

•s 
per'ishablencss 

PE 

pe 

PERISHABLY 



yV-\ . ^1 everything 
:_ ■= — V^ 11 els 



^ 



X 



\ I It: 

lRISHABLENESSV^ ^< V^ I 

r'ishably ^"--r^ X^ \ i> 



per'iIousnes3 
perim'eterv* 
perim'etral 
perimet'ric 

perimet'rical 

periinetrit'ic 

perimetri'tis 

perim'etry 

perine'al 

perine'oceic 

perinc'oplasty 

perineor'rhaphy 

perineph'ral \/^~\_ 

perineph'rial ^ f 

perineph'ric" 

perinephrit'ic 

perinephri'tis L, 

perine'phrium 

perine'um L" 

perineuri'tis 

perineu'rium 

perioc'ular 

pe'Hod ^ ^ 

period'ic v< | 

pcriod'ical 

pcriod'icalist 



pensper mic 
perispher'ic 
perispher'ical 
•-r-^^ -rx perisplenitis 
c^.r (^ per'ispore 

\— ^1 peristal'sis L' 
— rpcristal'tic 
,• X /--T^ \ /-,^operista!'tically 
\:^^V^T ^^i peristy'lar 
^- ^- / per'istyle 



II own (see its) 

one 

more (see one) 

one's 
It own (see one's) 



^t> I ourselves 





V. 




perisyno'vial 

pcrithorac'ic 

peritone'al 

perilone'um 

pcritonil'ic\ 

periloni'tis L' 

perityphlit'ic 

perityphli'lis 

periu'terine 

perivas'cular 

perive'nous 

periver'tebral 

perivis'cerai 
perivitel'linc 
per'iwig 

per'iwinkle 



I some 
n one (see some 

"1 somebody 

\ >>— V V j)>- » else (see somebody) 
_V-f^VT . something '^\L 

II else (sec something 

I that c. 

II one (see that) \-j 
"ilhe ^ 




V 



V 

v^ 



y II next (cp. do the) K 

V~J--| I their V 

b II own (see iheit) 



>v 



^ 



\^.v<i>-:;i;r 




^^ \- 






period'icallyX^^Xl' "^^^-l-? ^-|- perjure 
period'icalness" 4-==^ <L_>s <l__^_pper'jurcdiy 

periodic'ity,^ ^. . .^- \ .^- Per'jurer , 
periodon'tal V^' Ip \yr' v^"K perju'rious 

nariiii^ nn *• '*-■» I' ■' 'n T>Ar'>iiP-«f 



II one (see this) 
I us 
-y^ ^-^_S>iyou 
\yV^your 

^ II own (see your)';^ 

yourself -^ 

permittance (, 



> 




pcriodonti'tis 

periop'tic 

perio'ral 

perior'bita 

perior'bita! 

perios'teal 

pcrio'steotome 

perio'steous \ ^f \ .^ ^ 

perios'teum LX^b \<'''V^-\^^>^ 
periostit'ic 

periosti'tis L. 
pcrio'tic \jA 
peripatet'ic " 
peripatet'ical \^ 
Peripatet'icismV 
pcripet'alous 
peripharyn'gcal 
periph'eral 
periph'erally 

pcripher'ic v 
perjpher'ical 
periphery 

per'iphrasc v ,^~v 
pcriph'rasis LNr ..<* 
pcriphras'tic 



perjury 

perk* 

pcrk'ily 

pcrk'iness 

Per'kins 

per'manencc 

pcr'manency 

PERMANENCY 
per'manenl-' 
per'manently 
perman'ganate 
pcrmangan'ic'^'" 
}^ permcabil'ity 

X^^^vX'' pcr'meably \ 
— per'mcate 

^-v pcrmea'tion 
pcr'meativc 

X/ Y permissibil'ity 

PERMISSIBLE-ILITY 

permis'sible 
permis'sibleness 

^d c-^X/ d: PERMISSIBLENESS 

\/ ^. I permissibly 





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%/^permit't 
• pcrmulable 
permufableness 
permut'ably 
pcrmuta'tion 
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permut'cr ^-^ 
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perni'ciously ^ 
perni'ciousncss\ 
jpernick'etiness 






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pernick'etyc^ 

per'one 

pcrone'al 

per'orate 
pcrora'tton 
perox'id ^^ 
perox'idate ^!— rf 
pcroxida'tion 1 

perox'idize «v ^\ ^ 

perox'idized *^^ ^^^ — f ^^~i' 
perox'idizing ^ t' ^.^^ 

I^crpend' 
pcrpendic'ular 
perpendicular.it Y 
perpendicular'ity 
p^erpcndic'ularly 
PERPENDICULARLY ^—^f^ 





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PERPETRABLE 



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PERVERTER 



per'petrable 

per'petrate' 
perpelra'tion 

pcr'pelratorx \ -*r 
perpet'uablev^ - 

perpet'ua! 

PERPETUAL 

I motion 
perpel'uaUy 

PERPETUALLYv ^^> 

pcrpet'uance v^ 
perpct'uate 




I bond ^ 

I equation (2_^n. 

I estate ^'^ 

expenses 
I identity 
ijnterview 
knowledge 
nature 
I object 
I property 
I service 
per'sonalism 
per'sonalist 



^ ^ C_x\ " own (see their) Y Xj ^ 

cv (V I them c^ ^ ^ t^ <v -y 



perpetua'tion \ \>^\ ^\ v^ per sonahst ^ ^ ^^ 
PERPETUAT10nV< J^\/ V^ . personal'ity ^}d^ >o^ ^o^_ 
.*'..^* — <^-^ " personaliza'tion 

per'sonalize 



I their 

II own (see the; 
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pcrpetuator 

perpetu'ity 

Perpignan' 

perplex' 

perplexed' 

perplex'edly 

perplex'ednes^ 

perplex'ing 

pcrplex'ingly 

perplex'ity 

per'quisite 

Pe 

pe 

perru'quier F. 

Pcr'ry 

perry 

per'secute 

persccu'tion 

persecu'tional 

per'secutive ^^\ v^ 
per'secutor\Jy'^=^/V-' 
per'sccutrix 

Persep'olis . v^x^ts ., \ v^ Pe"P! 
Persepol'itanV^ V \j,,?(/--1\/ o'-perspi 
Per'seus "• oersoi 



^\ 




per'sonalized )^_^ 
per'sonalizing v 
per'sonally ^^ 

I acquainted "V/ 
per'sonalty 

per'sonate c\ 
persona'tlon ^^^Ct!,^ 
per'sonator ^\ 

personifica'tion 

PERSONIFICATION 

person'ificative 

person'ificalor 

pcrson'ifier 

person 'ify 

person'ifying 

personnel' F. 

perspec'tive 

perspec'tively 

per'spicable 

pcrspica'cious 



V V 



H >^ ^^ 



persever ancc^ 

persevere' 

persever'ingly 

Per sian Vi/ V^ V 

Per'sic 

persiflage' F. «y ^y^ «v 

persiflcur' F. ^ ^ op^ 

Per'sis '-^ -^ 

Per'sism 

perjijt' 

pei?ist'cnce 

pcrsi-.icncy 

PbRilSTENCY 

pcrsist'cnt < 
pcrsist'ently Np 
persisl'ingly " 
persist'ivc ^^ 
per'son O 

I that li 

I who 
persona L, 

I giala 
pcr'sonable 






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ca ciousncss 
pcrspicac'ity 

pcrspicu'ity ' 
pcrspic'uous 

PERSPICUOUS-ITY-LY 

pcrspic'uously 

perspic'uousness 

pcrspirabil'ity 

pcrspir'able 

pctspira'tion 

perspir'ativc 

perspir'atory ^ cv 

pcrspi 

pcrsp 

>pcrsuad'ablc ^. 
pcrsuad'ablcncss >p 
pcrsuad'ably U 

fc persuade' cv > 

>P I a-an-and 
J I him 

5v' I himself 
Ni_^ I his 

II own (sec hi 



( yourself 

persuad'edness 

persuad'er 

persuasibil'i 

PERSUASIBLE-ILITY 

persua'sible 
persua'sibleness 

PERSUASIBLENESS 

persuasion 

persua'sive 

persuasively 

persua'siveness 

persul'phate 

persul'phid 

pert 

pertain' 

lAmboyNX ^\/t-^ VV7 
pertina'cious *^^ 

pertina'ciously 
perlina'ciousness' 
pertinac'ity 

per'tinence 
pcr'tinency 

PERTINENCY 

Njv a^ per'tinent \ 
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o. ev'N) \ pcrturbabil'ity^ s^<. 

;sV ^V \y^pcrturb'able ^/ v 
N — ^ \_{(_p perlurb'ance 



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>pcrspir aiory ^^ Cv 

perspire- ^^ V \> ,^ 

perspir ing X^/-u/ \X V 




pcrturba'tion VA. 
. perturba'tional''^^ O 
per'turbative 
per'turbator 
perturb'atory 
per'turbalrix 
perturb'edly 
perlurb'cr 
Peru' 
Pcru'gia 



I one 

II more (see one 

I one's 

II own (see one's) 
I oneself 



per sonaoie c^ <\ *\ 

per'sonablcncir"^'^^ "^^^-^ ^ 

perso'nz L. ^^\ t^_^ 

^"^^ I somebody J- 



per sonapc 
pcr'sonaf 

I accou 

I acquaintance 

I act 

I action 

I appearance 
I assets 
I attention 



II own (nee oui 

I ours 

I ou/selvct 



Y ♦ r r Pcru'gian v^/ 

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3) L—j, b l5_^per 

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<:»)^ <\ >\ per 

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oerver'sivef^ 



cruse 
fused' 
pcrus'er 
crus'tng 
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pervade' 
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rva sivc 
rverse' 

rverse'ly 'ip 
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pervcr'sion 
perver'aity 
II else (sec somebody) perversive^ 

the '-v ^ ^. pervert' 

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per'vious 
per'viousness 
pes L I ^• 
pesade' >o 
pese'ta Sp. 
pes'kily ■ 
pes'ky 
pe'so Sp 

pes'sary v > 
pes'simism jT 
pcs'simist 
pessimis'tic 
pessimis'tical 
pes'simize 
pes'simized \ 
pest ^ V^ 

Pestaioz zi 
Pestaloz'zian 
pestaloz'zianism 
pes'ter 

I his 

I us 
pestered 
pes'terer 
pes'teringly 
pes'terment 
pest'ful v 
pest'house \p 
pestiferous J 
pestiferously- 
pes'tilence 
pes'tilent 
pestilen'tial 

PESTILENTIAL-LY 

pestilen'tially 
pestilen'tialness j\p 

PESTILENTIALNESS' 

pcstilently 

pes'tilentness 
pestle 
pes'tling 
pet 

I her \ 

II own (see her) 

I hers 
I him 

I his 

II own (see his) 
I it 

I its 

II own (see its) 
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I one's 

II own (see one's) 

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II own (see our) 

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II one (see some) V~^ 

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II else (see somebody) 

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II own (see their) 

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petal \ 

petalif'erous 5 
petal'iform 
pet'aloid 
petaloid'ous 

pet'alous ^b 
petard' V^ 
petardeer' 

Y Petchili' 
V^ Pe'ter 

Pe'terborough 

Y Pe'ters 
T^ Pe'terson 

pet'iolar 

pefiolary 

pet'iolate 

.pet'iolated 

pet'iole 
petit 

I jury 

r larceny 
petit' F. 
petite' F. 

peti'tion 

peti'tionary 

petitionee' 

peti'tioner 

peti'tionist 

petit'-maftre F 

pet'itory 

Pe'tra 

Pe'trarch 

Pe'trarchisrn 

Pe'trarchist 

pet'rel 

petres'cence ^ J'~^ 

petres'cent "v^ 

Pe'trie 
s petrifac'tion 
^. PETRIFACTION 
C_^petrifac'tive ^^ 

pet'rifiable 

Spetrif'ic 
pet'rify 

pet'rifying 
\> petro'leum 
petro'leum-car 
petro'leum-ether -• 

\petro'leum-furnace'-' 
petro'leum-still-\l^ 

petroliferous Y ' y "^v 
\_^pet'ronel ^^''^^^^ 

Petro'nius 'I. ° P*", 

petro'sal 
pel'rous 
I Petru'chi 

pet'ticoat 

. pet'tier 
I than 



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pet'ulancy 
PETULANCY 

pet'ulant 
pet'ulantly 
petu'nia 
Pev'ensey \ 
Pev'eril ^ 
pew 3 

pe'wee x 
pew'fellow 3 
pew'holder 3 

^/—s^ pe'wit 
V .A pew'-opcner 
pew'-rent 3 
pew'ter v 
pew'terer 
pew'tery 
Pey'er \ 

Pfaltz'burg 
Pfau 

Pfei'ffer 
pfen-'nig G. 
pfen'nige G. 
Phae'dra 1. 
Phce'drus V_a 
ph£e'nogam I 
Phtcnoga'mia L. 
phsenoga'mianr 
phsenogam'ic 
phsenog'amous 1. 
Fha'ethon ^ 

pha'dton 

phagede'na 1 
phageden'ic ^. 
phagcden'ical "^ 

phagede'nous 

phagocy'tal 

phag'ocyte 

phagocyt'ic ■ 

phagocyt'ical 

phag'ocytism 

^ phagocyto'sis 
X/'^VL phalange' 
phalan'geal 
phalan'gean i 
phalan'ges ^ 
halan'gial •(_ 
phalan'gian <^ 
phalan'gic 
phalan'giform . 
pha'lanx . 
phallal'gia ^ 
phalli Q_p 

phal'lic I i- 
phal'licism^^ 
phal'lism 

phalli'tis I y^. 
phsl'loid Vyv ^ 
phal'lus 
phan'erogam 
Phaneroga'mia 
phaneroga'mian 
phanerogam'ic 
phanerog'amous'' 
phan'tasm 
. phantas'ma L. 
^hy phantasmago'ria ' 
phantasmago'rial 
phantasmagor'ic 
phantasmagor'ical "^ 
phantas'magory ■A--<r+ 
phantas'ma! 
phantasmal'ity U. -1 
pha&tas'mally -A-j 



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PHCENIX 



phantas'mata L. 

phantasmat'ic 

phantasmat'ical 

phantasmogcn'esis 

phantasmogenet'ic 

phanlasmogcncl'ically 

phantasmolog'ical 

phantasmol'ogy 

phantom 

Pha'raoh 

Pharaon'ic \»/^ 

Pha'rian 

pharisa'ic . ^ 

pharisa'ical^-r 

pharisa'ically 

pharisa'icalness 




X^%^ 



phenom'enal 

phenom'enalism' 

phenom'enalist 

phenomenal'ity 
phcnom'cnalize 

phenom'cnalized 
phenom'enalizing 
phenom'enally " 
phenom'enism 
phenom'cnist 
U>^phenom'enize' 
phenom'enized 



1- --^phenom'enizing 

'^^^^(7 J^-^' phenomenolog'ical 



Pharisaism! ^^^ l /V I /^ptie'nyl 
Pharisee ^^ O^^ >-.^-^ / 



phenomenoi'ogy 
phcnom'enon 





phar'isecism . >y- «;- 
pharmaceu'ticV.-r i5^ 
pharmaceutical 

pharmaceu'tically. 

pharmaceu'tics 

pharmaceu'tist 

phar'macist 

pharmacodynam'ics 

pharmacog'^aphy'^"^^^^ 

pharmacolog'ical 

pharmacologist*^ 

pharmacorogy 

pharmacopce'ia 

pharmacopoeia) 

pharmacy 

pha'ros . o 

Pharsa'lia^<-^^ \ 

pharyngal'gia ^"""j?'^ 

pharyn'gcal ■ 

pharyngcc'tomy 

pharyngis'imus 

pharyngit'ic 

pharyngi'tis L 

pharyngo-esopha; 

pharyngoglos'sal 
pharyngograph'i 
pharyngog'raphy 

pharyngolaryn'geal 

pharyngolog'ical 

pharyngol'ogy ^ 

pharyngona'sal 

pharyngo-o'ral 

pharyngople'gi; 

pharyngorhini'i 

pharyngorhinos' 

pharyn'gcscope 

pharyn'goscopy 

pharyngot'omy 

phar'ynx 

phase • 

phase'lci9 ^ 

phases L.. 

pha'sic . 

pha'sis L. ^^-Oi — 

pheat'ant 

pheas'antry • 

Phc'be ^.,^' 

Phedre | 

Phelps ^<J^' ^-J^^ ^^^^ 




^^- ^v 




phenyl'ic 

phew 3 . 

phi'al X v_/» 

Phidian 

Phid'ias 

Philadcl' 

Philader 

Philan'der ^<-J- 
"philan'der 
philan'derer r- 
.phil'anthrope 
philanthrop'ic 
PHILANTHROPIC 
philanthrop'ical Q,^,_' 

PHILANTHROPIC AL. 

philanthrop'ically ^ r" 
philan'thropismQ" 
philan'thropist 
PHILANTHROPIST 

hilanthropist'ic Q> ' 
PHILANTHROPISTIC 
philanthropy no n 

ILANTHROPy'^-^_:>\J»^ 
ilatel ic < 



philological 
-philolog'ically c«\^- 
Y philol'ogist v- (/ 
philol'ogize 

hilol'ogized (" ^7 r /^ 0° ^7- 
philol-ogizing WV" W^^ WV 
philol'ogy 
phil'omath 
philomath'ic 
philomath'ical 
philom'athy 
phiromel 
Philome'Ia 

philomu'sical 

philope'na 

philoprogen'itive 

philoprogen'itiveness 

phil'osoph 

philos'ophaster 



• XH =;^ philos'opher 

C/ v^ W ^^philosoph'ic 
philosoph'ical 
philosoph'ically 
philos'ophicalness' 
philos'ophism 

.r, n» philos'ophist re^ 

' )"^-,_;^- philosophis'tic Vg 
\ / philosophis'tical'^ 

^ — philos'ophize 
-philos'ophized ^ 
phiios'ophizcr •'^ 

philos'ophizing 
philos'ophy 
'"Philos'tratus 
hilotech'nic 
philotech'nical 
phil'ter 

phi'mosed 1 ^ 
phimo'sis L.V.^'ya* 
Phin'eas 

Phine'has r P. 

phiz 1 ^-j_^ 
phlcbit'ic 
phlebitis L. 
phlebotom'ic 
phlebolomical 
phlebot'omist r- o 
omize^-,^! 





ilat'elist 

ilat'ely 

ile'mon 

philharmon'ic 

"hilhel'lene 

Philhellcn'ic 

Philhellcnism 

PHILHELLENISM 

Philhcllenist 

hil'ip , ^ 
'hilip'pa^ \ 
Philippe' 




omized 



uW^ Wf phlebot 

'■^ ^~/^^ phlebof 

V /-^ r /^\ Phlebot'omy 
Vj: \, V_/: \ phlegm 

phlegmat'ic 




Philip'pian^ 
philip'pic 

Philippine,- ^,-< ,■ -^„ ,■ ^vV pnjogis utmc 
VJ. Jj ^ No "o; ^phlogisticati 



phcnac'elin 

phe'nic 1. 

Phcni'cia ^ 

Phenic'ian 

phc'nix 

phc'nol 

phc'nolate 



^^- ^ 



phil'ippizc 

phil'ippizcd 
. phil'ippizing | 

^«-^ Philippop'olis 

Phil ips 

Philis'tia 

Philis 

Philis 

Philistinism 

PHILISTINISM 

Phillip 

Phillips 

Phil'lipsburg 

Philo 



phlogistic 
^ phlogis'ticate 



., . Philis'tia rto- no- 

V,™ Vj> Philis'tian Vp Vp 

\ I Philistine L Ju 



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phlogiston 

^-^ ^phlox 

pho'ca L 
phoca'cean 

«•• Phocai'tt 1 
Vp Pho'cian ^^-^ 
J pho'ciform ) 

r y --^ pho'cine 

V^ Vj \ Pho'cion 

j^, Pho'cij 

pho'coid 1^ 

philog'ynist r. p* p» ^-^ phcc'bc-bird 

philoK'yny \^ '■^, Vi/V Pherbus 

philol ogcr (A^ /. Phoc'nix 



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Phcc'nixville 

pho'nate 

pho'nating 

phona'tion 
pho'natory 
phone 
phonet'ic 

I society 

I system 
phonet'ical 
phonet'ically' 
phoneti'cian 
phonet'icism 
phonet'icist 
phonet'icise 
phonet'icised 
phonet'ics 
pho'netism" 
pho'netist | 
phonetiza'tion 
pho'netize 
pho'netized 
pho'netizing 
phonic 

phon'ics 1^ 
pho'nogramVjs — ^ 
pho'nograph 
phonog'rapher . 

phonograph'ic ' 

PHONOGRAPHIC 

I alphabet I 
I association 
I dictionary 
I socle 
I syste 
phonograph'ical 

PHONOGRAPHICAL-LY 

phonograph'ically 

phonog'raphist, v 

phonog'raphy V_^_^— => 
PHONOGRAPHY \c. 
phonol'cger . 




phospbores'cingi 

phosphor'ic 

phosphor'ical 

phos'phorize , 

phos'phorized 

phos'phorizing 

phor'phorous 

phos'phorus 

phos'phureted 

pho'to 

photobiot'ic 

photochem'ical 

photochem'ist | 

photochem'istry 

photochromat'ic 

photochro'motype 

pho'tochromy 

photodynam'ic 

photo-elec'tric 

PHOTO-ELECTRIC-AL^ 

photo-elec'trical 
photo-engrave' 
photogen'ic 
photog'enous 

pho'tograph 

photog'rapher'4— 

photograph'ic 

photograph'ical 

photograph'ically*^ 

photog'raphy 

photograv'ure 
I J photolith'ograph^ 
^^"t-^ photoIithog'rap^eT 

photolithograph'ic 




1 — <Li 



phrenet'ic 

phrenet'ical 

phrenet'ically 

phren'ic 

phrenit'ic 

phreni'tis L. 

phrenocol'ic . 

phrenogas'tric 

phrenol'oger ' " 

phrenolog'ic c?^ 

phrenolog'ical ^ j^ 

phrenolog'ically f*^' i*/' 

phrenol'ogist «r-^ 

phrenol'Dgy j^ 

Phryg'ia S^' 

Phryg'ian ' 

Phry'ne 

phthis'ic 

phthis'ical i- 

phthis'icky ^ 






tyl _^ \-3-V- Vj — P photolithog'raphyl^ 

m I ^ ' ^ — -photol'ogist 




pnoiiDi ugcr , , . -r 

phondlog'i.c V>2 t ■ C*-** 
phonolog'ical ly r */ yf 



phonolog'ically 

phonol'ogist 

phonol'ogy 

phonom'eter 

pho'notype 

phonotyp'ic 

phonotyp'ical 

phonotyp'ically 

phonol'ypist 

phonot'ypy 

phos'phate 

phos'phated 

phosphat'ic 

phosphatiza'tion 

phos'phatize 

phos'phatized ,^ 

phos'phatizing v^ 

phosphatu'ria ^ 

phos'phide c^ -0' 

phos'phite 

PHOSPHITE 

Phos'phor 

phos'phorate 

phos'phorating 

phos'phor-bronze 

phos'phor-copper 

phosphoresce' jT 

phosphoresced' 

phosphores'cence 

phosphores'cent 






photd'ogy 
photomechan'icar 
^photom'eter 

photomet'ric 1 
photomet'rical 
photometri'cian 

photom'etrist 
photom'etry 

photomi'crograph 
photomicrog'rapher 
" otomicrograph'ic 
otomicrog'raphyf 

photopho'bia 
photopho'bic 

photophys'ical. 

pho'to-process 

photorelief' 

pho'totype 1^ 
■• phototyp'ic 
^ — ^ phototypograph'ic 
I pko'totypy 

.• photozinc'ograph 

V_i5 photozincograph'ic 

^ pholozincog'raphy^ 
• -Dphotozinc'otype 

photozinc'otypy 
- ^ phrase 

phrase'-book 

phrased 

phrase'monger 

phra'seogram 

phra'seograph 

phraseog'raphy 

phraseolog'ic 




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pnraseoiog ic =~<^- <r^t>7- <=~^>7- P'^" '^' • 
phraseolog'ical il^Z— I. / l .J pia'no 3 
phraseolog'ically ' pia no-case 3 

phraseol'ogist c-v^^^- c-^*^^- c^^ pia'no-cover 3 

phraseol'ogy {V T/ i pian'oforte 3 

phrene'sis * pia'no-maker 3 



phthi'sis I 

i phylac'teredi. =1 

phylacter'ic ^-i c ^~ 
phylacter'ical 

phylac'tery,- ^ ^-r ^ 

Phyl'lis ^^ I '^ 

phylloxe'ra 
phys'ic !• 
phys'ical ^*-ii^ 
I world 
phys'ically , 
phys'icalness 
physi'cian i 
physi'cianly i 
phyri'cianship 
phys'icist 
physicochem'ical 
physicomathemat'ics 
physicomen'talr 

phys'ics 
physiog'nomer 



physiognom'icVji:_o 

physiognom'ical 

physiognom'ically" 

physiognom'ics' 

physiog'nomist 

physiognomon'ic 

physiog'nomy' 

physiog'rapher 

physiograph'ic 

physiograph'ical 

physiograph'ically 

physiog'raphy 

physiol'atry 

physiol'oger ,• ^ v r.^- v ^^■ 

physiologic V^V V^Z— MvZ- 

physiolog'ical 

physiol'ogize 

physiol'ogy 
physique' 
Phytoiac'ca L 
pi I 
pia mater 
pia-ma'tral 
pianis'simo It. 
pian'ist 3 





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pia'no-rausic 3^ 
pia'no-school 3 
pia'no-stool 3 
pias'ters v^ 
Piatt X)' 

piaz'za 3 
piaz'zian 3 x 
pi'brocb N 

Pi'ca I „; 

picador' Sp 
Picardie' F, 
Pic'ardy 

picaroon' .; 
picayune' V. 
picayun'ish 
Piccadiriy 
pic'ca!i!IiS^^ 
pic'caninny 
Picci'ni i 

pic'colo It. 
Piccolom'ini 

Pichcgru'>t 
pick I ^ 
pick'aback 
pick'able i 
pick'ax X 
pick'cdncss i 
Pickens v 
pick'cr I > — rT3 
pickerel 
Pick'cring v 
picket V — ^ 

pick'et-guard 
pick'ct-Iinc^ ^-p 
Pickett Vj" 
pick'-fault I 
pic'kle •( 

pick'Iock I i 

pick'man z 
pick'-mattock i 
pick'men\ 
PICKMEN 
pickpocket i 
pickpurse i 
pick'thank i 

piCk'-Up Xn: 

Pick'wick \- 

Pickwick'ian 

pic'nic 

picnicker^ 

pic'rate 

pic'ric V 

Pict V 

Picfish 
pic'tograph ^^ 
pictograph'ic ■ 
pictog'raphy 

pictorial 

picto'rialiy^ 

pic'turable 



j^>-pie'bald 
' t piece I 
piSce F. 



X 



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pic'tural 
pic'ture 



pic'ture-book 4 i I 

pic'lurc-frame 

p 

pi 

pic'ture-nail', 

picturcBq 

picturesq 

piclurcsque'ncu 

piddle 

pid dicr 

Pi 
Pid 



pieced' i -f 
piece'less i ^ 
piece'meal x 
pie'cer i 
picce'work x 
piece'-ivorker x 
piec'ing i ,r 
pied X \q; 

Pied'mont 
Piedmontese'< 
pied'ness i 
pie'man x 

pie'men v 

PIEMEN X'^ 

Pie'per 

ie'-plant x ^ 
pier X > 

pier'age I 
pier'-arch x ■ 
Pierce 
pierce 
pierce'ablc 
PIERCEABLE 
pierced 
pier'cer 
pier'cingly 
pier'cingncss^ 
pier'-glass x ^• ^^ 
Pie'rian X-,^ 

Pier'ides ^ 

Pier'pont ~r X 
Pierre' \/^ 
Picrre'pont 
Pierrot' F. - 
Pier'son 
Pie'rus 
pi'etism x ■ 
Pi'etist X 
Pietis'tic i 
pietis'tical 
pi'ety 
PIETV 

P'g ' \ <L 

pi'geon N— 

pi'geon-breast 
pt'geon-breasted 
pi'geon-cxprcssX 
pi'geon-fanciei y 
pi'geon-heaned 
pi'geonhole \ < 
pi'geon-housc /^ 
pi'gcon-livered 
pi'gcon-matc' 
_pi'geon'3-bIood 

pi'geon-tocd <^ 
pi'geonwing >* 
pig'-eyed x • 
pig'-faced x» 

■!p'K'ee''y » 
pig'gish X 

pig'^ishnen 



1 



pig'ment-cell 
mented 
ment-granule 
-pig'mentless 

pig'mentose 

pig'mentous 
-pig'-metal x 

pig'nut I 

pig'-pen I 

pig'skin I ■; 

pig'sty I X 
, pigtail I 

pig'tailed i 
apig'weed I 

Pike 



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\pike I 
pike'-head 
pike'-headed 
.J ^pike'-keeper 
\/y pike'man i 

pike'men 
<^ OPIKEMEN 

^^/ pike'staif x 
pi'lar 

pilas'ter <^ --^. 
^pilas'tered \'^^ 
Pilate 

Pila'tus >; ^^ 
.-Spil'chard V 4. 
pile I 

tpile'-bridge i 
pile'-buildcr i 

pilc'-dam x 
< pile'-drivcr I 

pile'-dwelling 

pile'-enginc x 
p pile'-pier i 
. pil'er I 

piles I 

pile'-wcaving x 

pile'-work i 

pil'fer 

pil'ferer 
pil'fcringly 
pilgar'lic 
,v pil'grim 
* ^pirgrimage 
pil'griming 
pil'grimize 
irgrimized 
pilif'erous 

ppi'liformv v, 
<^*piring I 
- pill I 

pillage <^ 
lager Ni / 
lar 




, pil'l 

< pil'iiun 

N-— ^pil'lorie 

^pil'loriz 




V"^ 




pil'lared < ^— n^ /-—^ 
pil'lar-saintV V .\ 
pill'-box I 
pinion "4 ^^o 
d ^^ 



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ic'lurc-lrame< o. < ,— »P'C RUhner.i i 

ic'ture-galleryN n' V— ^^ n^^^pig'-hcadcd i \ \ 

ic'turc-molding J, \ - l,.J^pig'-hcadedly i' 7^ 

laiK, *— ^ *— / pig'-heade ' -■ 

ue' ^^-—jf f\ \ pig'-iron I 

ucly i ^~^ — \ pig'-lead i 

sjv^r'"' 

id-gin (Pid -Eng.)v<'--V-, v^pi 
'id'gin-English \\; -^ ^ PI 
ie X 1/ J pi 





pig mentary t^ 

'PIOMENTARV 

pigmentation 



pil'lorized 

pil'lorizing 

pil'lory 

piriorying< 

pil'low X 

pil'low-casc 

pii'low-Hnen iN/^ V^ V9-. 
pil'low-sham i ^. 

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PILOSITY 



316 



PITIABLENESS 



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pilos'ity-v v/^. 
pi'Iot Nf^ 1 
pi'lolage 
pi'lot-boat . 
pi'lot-cloth N";^ 
pi'lot-engine 

pi'Iot-house 

Pil'oty 

pi'Ious 

Pil'sen 

pil'ular 

pil'ulc 

Pirn 

pimen'to 

pimp I 

pimped 1 
pim'pernel 
pimp'ing I 

pim'ple •; 
pim'pled 
pimp'-Iike i 
pim'ply 
pin I 
pin'afore 
Pinar' 
pinas'ter 
pin'case i 

pince*-nez F 

pin'cers 

pinch 

pinch'-back «: 

pinchbeck y^ 

pinch'er / 

pinch'ers -f^- — - 

pinch'ingly 

pinch'penny 

Pinck'ney 

pin'cushion i 

Pin'dar 

Pindar'ic 

Pindar'ical 

Pin'darism 

Pin'darist 

Pin'dui 

pine I 

pin'eal 

pine'apple i 

pine'-clad X 
-cone I 
-knot I 
-needle l 



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V y pin'-machine i 
\^ pin'-maker 1 
' pin'-money i 
. ^ pin'na L. ■ 
x;;;^-^ pin'nace 
^ pin'nacle 



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piscatol'ogy-;, 



piscaioi ogy< ^ \ \ 

pisca'tor L. V/' \^ <r~\^ 
piscato'rial j J 



-nut I 

-oil 

-tree 



pme 

pine 

pine 

pine 

pine 

pine 

pin'feather i 

pin'feathered i 

ping I 

pin'-head i 

pin'-headed 

pin'-hole 

pi'niform 

pin'ingly i 

pin'ion 

pin'ioning 

pink 

pink'er 

Pink'erton 

pink'-eyeS^^ — . 

pink'-eyed^"^ J 

pink'ing-iron 

pink'ish S 

pink'ness 

Pink'ney 

T>ink'y' 




pin'nate 
^ pin'nated 
pin'natedly s 
pin'nately 
pinna'tion 
pin'ner i 
pin'niform 
pin'-oak : 

pin'-point i 
pint I 
pin'tail t 
pin'tailed i ■ 
pin'to 
pint'-pot X 

Pi'nus L- \ \ /^ \ 

pin'-wheel X..v^ \''^*C \'^ 

pin'worm ' 

pinx'it L. 

pin'y I 

pioneer' 

pi'ous I 

pi'ously I 

Pioz'zi 

pip r 

pip'age 1 

pipe I 

pipe'-case i 

pipe'-clay i 

pipe'-cutter i 

'piped I 

pipe'-layer i 

pipe'-laying i 

pipe'-line i 

pipe'-organ 

pip'er I 

pi'peric 
pipe'-stem i 
pipe'-stick I 
pipe'-stone i 
pipe'-tongs i 
pipette' 

pipe'-wrench i 
pip'kin 
pip'pin 

pip'pin-face .<^ 
pip'pin-faced\. 
Pi'qua 
pi'quancy 

PIQUANCY 

pi'quant 
pi'quantly 



pis catory < ^^ 

pisca'trix ^ ' 

Pisces L. 

piscicul'tural 

pis'cicullure 

pis'ciculturist 

pis'ciform 

pisciv'orous 

Pis'gah 

pish 1 

pi'siform 

Pisis'tratus 

pis'mire 

pistache' 

pista'chio 

pista'rhio-grcen 

pista'chio-nut 

pistareen' 

pis'til 




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\*f pique I 
piqu6' F. 

piquet' < 




pistiUif'erous 
pis'lol 
pis'tol-carb 
pistole' 



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pi racy x_ 
Pirae'us 
pi'rate %. 
pirat'ic n}^ 
pirat'ical 

pirat'ically 

pi'rating 

pirogue' 

pirouette 

Pisa 

Pi'san 

pis'cary 

Piscat'aqua 

Piscat'aquis 



V^ \^ 



pistillary y^ ^c^^ ^o 

pis'tillate Y \ K 

pistole' \ "v "V 

pistoleer' y^ N^^,-^ \o,.r — .^^ 
pis'tol-grip r I. \ I ^ 

pis'toling >: 

pis'tol-shaped ^ss, 
pis'lol-shot J 
pis'ton C^^s. 

pis'ton-head y- 

pis'ton-packing J 

pis'ton-pump s. <. >1 'v 

pis'ton-rod ^^ ^fj'\\ ^^ 
pis'ton-valve I .1 1 . 

pit I 

pit'apat S. 

Pit'cairn 

pitch I 

pitch'-and- 

pitch'-black 

pitch'-dark i >: < <. — 

pitch'er i \ ^ ^ 

pitch'erful / v 

PITCHERFULol ^ " •• ^ 

pitch'er-plant 1 
pitch'er-shaped 
pitch'er-vase 
pitch'fork 
pitch'iness i 
pitch'-Iadle i < 
pitch'-pine i \ 
pitch'-pipe / 

pitch'-pot ^f \ 
pitch'y I 
pit'eous I 
pit'eously i 
pit'eousness i 
pit'fall I 






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pit'-hole I 
pith'y I 
pitiable i 
pit'iableness I 



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PITIABLY 



317 



PLANLESS 



^ 



pit'iably I 
pitied I 
pifier 1 

pit'iful -t > 

PITIFUL.LY N). 
pitifully J 

pit'ifulness ^ 
PITIFULNESS 
pit'iless I 
pitilessly i 
pit'ilessness I 
Pit'kin 

Pit'man 

pit'man I ^ — a 
pitman-box I 
pit'man-coupling 
pit'man-head I v 
pitmen 

PITMEN V_^ 

pit-saw 

pit'-sawycr 
pit'-specked i 
Pitt S= 

Pit'tacus ^ 

pit'tance -: 
pit'tanccr \ 
pifted I J 

pit'ter I 

Pittsburg ■'^.^ 
Pitts'field ^ 

Piltston 
pitui'ta Vp_ 
pitui'tal J 
pituitary 

?'•>.' , \^ 
pit yingly t jy^ 

piO It. 

Pius 

Piute' 

piv'ot < 

pivotal \^ 

piv'otally 

piv'oting < 

piv'ot-tooth ^-' 

pixy ^*-' 

Pizar'ro < > 
pizzica'to It. y^ 
placability 

pla'cable «;, 
pla'cablencss - — ^ 
pla'cably > 

plac'ard «- 
pla'cate N-' 
placa'tion 
placatory » v/ 
place ^—f^ 

I a 

II man (cp. take a) 
I an-and 

I another 

II one (see another) 

I her 

II own (see her) 
I herself 

I his 

II own (see 

I it » 

I its ^o 

II own (see its) l 

I no ^v^ 

II more (see no) 

I nobody 

II else (see nobody) 
I none 
I nothing 




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I one 

II more (see one)^ <^ ^ 

I one's \_<:---\_iVjJ_- 

II own (sec one's) 

I oneself 5^ '^ 
5 I that \_p \. 

II one (see that) 

I the 
"^11 matter (cp. take the)^ 

I them 

II that (see them) <; 

I themselves 
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II one (see this) 
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II a (see upon) 

I us ^ 

1 which ND 

^ II a (see which) 

I your 
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place " 
place 
placed 
place'-hunte 
place'less 
place'man ^ 
place'men v — » 

PLACEMEN 



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irself <> ^_ ^, plaint 

bo L. ^ \j ^ \w plaint'ful "^S 
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plain «;;. 

I case ^ 

I figures 

I way 

I words 
plain'ant 

plain'-chant *?. 
plain'-dealer ^ 
plain'-dealing 

plain'er 
I than 
plain'est 
Plain'field 
plain'-hearted 
plain'-heartedness 
plain'ly 
plain'ness 
plains'man 
plains'men ^^ '^~ 
song ^*--- 
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PLAIN-SPEAKINGS 

plain'-spoken 

PLAIN-SPOKEN 

plaint 



>plains'nie 
plain'-son 
plain'-spe 






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\place'ment 
place'monger 



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ace -name 



V ■ placen ta 
^ placen'tae 



placental 
■I . placen'tary 

^w^ placen'tate 
placenta'tion 

< placentif'erous 

^ placcn'liform 

) placen'toid 

«^^ place'-proud ^ 

N — \ placer >\» 

pla'cer-claim 

plac'id <^ 

placid'ity Y 

, plac'idly | 

'<;_ plac'idness 
^^-J5 plac'ing 

plac'ita L. 
plac'itum L 




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plack'et 

plack'ct-hole ^ s-.- <> ^ planet ic <5 

plagal \-/ i \^,j— ^ plancfical V 

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PLAINTIFF 
plaintiffs case ^ 
I claim 
I counsel 
I machine Vr^" 
I patent ( 

I testimony 
I witnesses 
plain'tive 
plain'tively 
plain'tiveness .^ -. 
plait ^^JT 

plait'er 

plan 3 "^ 
pla'nary ^\ 
Planchf 1^ 

planchette' \ 
planchette' F. _yi 
plane ^ <> 

I angle \ 5 

I figure 
I geometry 
■ bit 
iron 

plane'ness t 
plan'er \_ 

planc'-stock 

planet "S 

plancta'rium ^ 
plan'etary i 
planet'ic 






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plane- 
plane'-: 



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plagiarism 
pla'giarist 

giarize 1^ 
giarizcd f-^ 
plagiarizing ^^^ 
plagiary i 

plague /-'v 

plaf^uc'less e ^^ 
pla'gucr ^^^ 
plague'-spol 
pla'piiily *;, ^ 
pl.i Ruy N^^ 
plaice 

plaid ^ 
plald'cd \ 
plaid'ing I 






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pinnctoid'at ^ 
plane-tree J( 

planet-stricken T 

plan'cl-struck I 

plan'iform 

plan'ing-machine 

plan'ing-mill 
*/ plan'tsh X J 

^ plan'lihcr ^''"^"^^ 

planirihinE-hammer ^i^ 
^o plan'ishmg-rollcr ^^^ 

planisphere >j y^ 

planispher'ic .^^ 

plank 

planless 3 



PLANNER 



318 



PLEASE HLS 



v/ 



plan'ner 3 

pla'no-con'cave 

pla'no-con'ical 

pla'no-con'vex 

pla'rio-horizon'lal 

planom'eter 

planom'etry 

plant 3 

plant'able 

PLANTAELE 

PUntag'cnel..^ 

plantain 'i 

plan'tain- tree «^ f\" 
plan'tar \-^ 1 

planta'tion J* 
planta'tion-miil 
plant'-eating 3 ^ 
plant'er 3 c-^ ^ 
plant'erdom 3 ^ ^^ 
plant'ership 3 v^ t 
plant'-feeder 3 
plant'-feeding 3 
plant'-food 3 
plan'tigrade 
plant'ingf-ground 3 
• plantiv'orous 3 
plant'less3 
plant'let 
plant'-lousc 
plaque 
plaquette' 
plash 
plash'y 
plas'ma 
plasmat'ic 
plasmat'ical 
plas'mic ^ 
plasmo'dia L. >, 
plasmo'dial 
plasmo'diale ^ 
plasmod'ic ^js 

plasmo'dium L. ^| 

plas'mogen 
plas'ter 3 
plas'tered 
plasterer 3 




plate'-printing 
plal'cr V 

plate'-rai! ' 





plaie'-roller 
plate'-shears 
"^ ^late'-warmer 
piat'form 

V PLATFORM 
plat'form-bridge 

PLATFORM-BRIDGE 

plat'form-car 

PLATFORM-CAR 

plat'form-carriage 

PLATFORM-CARRIAGE" 

plat'fornri-scale'^ 
plat'ina 
platin'ic 
platiniferous 
platiniza'tion 
plat'inize 
'■^ / v_A plat'inized 
^^ I piat'inizing 
■ ■■ id 
'inotype 

plat'inous 

plat'inum 

plat'itude 

platitudina'rian 

platitu'dinize 

platitu'dinized 

platitu'dinizing 
dinous 
dinousness 

Pla'to 

Platon'ic 

Platon'ical 

Platon'ically 

Pla'tonism 

Pla'tonist 

Platonis'tic 

Pla'tonize 

Pla'tonizer 

platoon' 

Plan 

Platt'deutsch G 




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o^ It that (see 
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I with 

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play'-acting 
play'-actor 
play'-actcrism 
play'bill 
V'^^^ play'-book ^ 
\. play'-day 



this) -^ V ■ \ 



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<N I piat'inizi 
^- *v^- \- plat'inoi( 

v.- ^ [-. plat'inot; 

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<s platitu'd 

\ platitu'd 

J platitu'd 



<^ o Play'fair <^ 
\, play'feilow 
.[^^play'ful 

V PLAYFUL-LY 

play fully 
play'fulness 

PLAYFULNESS <^ ' 

play'game ^-a — ^ 

play'goer 
play'ground <^ 



^- 'v \' play'hou; 

<^^ t— S* '^i^ play'jng-card 

p!ay'-maker<;; 




plas'tcring-machine'^ 



plas'terrmill 
plas'tery 

plas'tlc 

plastically 

plastic'ity 

plas'tron 

plat 3 

Pla'ta 

Platae'a 

plate 

plale'-armor 

plateau 

platc'-baskc 

plate'-box ^ 

plale'ful ^^^^ 

PLATEFUL 

plate'-gage 
plalc'-gl^ss '^'— 77 
plate'-holdcr / 

plate'let 
plate'-mail V 
plaie'-mark 

pJate'-mctal 

plate'-mill 

plal'cn 

plale'-paper 

plate-press ^* 

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platys'mata L, 

piau'dit 

plau'dilory 

plausibility 

plau'sible 

plau'sibleness 

au'sibly 

au'sive 
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play'some "^ , , ^ | ^, 

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play'thing 

play'time 
play'wright 
play'writer 
pla'za Sp, 
plea I 
plead 

plead'able 

plead'er 

plead'ingly 

picas'ance 

pleas'ant 

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I day 

I entertainment 

I evening 

I face 

I occasion 

I time 

I variety 

I vein 

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pieas'antry 
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pleas'ant-longued 
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PLEASE HIS OWM 



319 



PLUME 



CI own (see his)\-, \ \^ Plei'ad \ \ \v pli'cated 

I It ...JTrrr T. T Plei'ades \ \. \) plicatedly 

I its I t> Pleis'tocene v| vl JT plica'tion -| y 

II own (see its) 'v, \o ^* ' — ^ ple'narily ^ ^ 'i! plic'ative ^ '^■ \ 

I no ../?. /rr:r'.../rrr ple'nariness \^. \_,-_Si ):^ plica'lor \_. \— .- " 

II more (see no) "O ple'nary / ^ ' pliers i V — ' | 

inobody \, %= ■-'^ 1 council <s \ ^^r^ ^Ppl'ghti 

iielse(sce nobody)>7r:vr>'......^^i indu!gence\^ — .JTT^ plight'er i V i-,^^ 

I none ' 1 inspiration ^ J Plin'ian '^ 

II else (see none)\^ b \. ^ J — ■ ' '''^*"5* \ \ \ plinth ^ ^ ^^ 

I one ...r~. ^rr^.^.-.plenipotence \^ X, \y P'in'y \ — f \^^ <j_^ 

II more (see one) plenip'otency ^o ^_ ^ Pli'ocene {. 

I one's \^ \ \p plenip'otent <- "v \ 4 P'""^ "C 'v 'C 

II own (see one's)..:rt:...~frri^...Vi^.plenipoten'tiary \, \, \ J plod'der \ \i \ 

I several PLENIPOTENTIARY 1. ^ \ plod'dingly | | J 

II other (see several) V-j \q \^ plenitude <v ^ '-^' % Plon-PIon' <s, , ^^ 

I stale ....^....-.r..— _t.plenitu'dinary ^ ^ _> ^ plot i >- \ '>■ 

II a (see state) V>_ plen'teous *" Xi^ ]~ plot'ful IN V_ 

I that \ \ V, plen'teously \ \ \ plot'ter i , ^ \ 

II one (see that)....f C-, "..plen'teousness \^ > > ploftingly i '^ % . N~,v 

I the ^ plen-tiful f ^ J plov'er ^, ^~^ 

iiman(cp. takelhe)\. \ \ PLENTIFUL-LY 5> ^ ^ plows <J ^ ^ 

I them .....rb? ('.... /"..plen'tifur.y |i >, J. plow'able 3 ~^v <- ^ 

II that ^ \ plen'tifulness [j J J plow'-beam 3 ^ 

I themselves \ 'V, \, plen'fy ^ ■^-= ^ ^"^ — ^plow'boyj ^ <; \ ,y 

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II one (see this) ^ ^ ^ — ' ple'onast | plow'-handle ^ a\ 

I us "Xq Vj \ pleonas'tic >^ ^55-= plow'-head 3 \/i \ ^ ' ). \ ; 

• which ./?. yr:.. pleonas'tical \ j>. x^. \ J", plow'ing-machine^ ' na'c — \" 

II a (see which) '- pleonas'tically \ J J plow'land 3 

I whom \^ \^ \^ ple'siosaur c^ 1^ i' ' plow'man 3 ^ « \ 

I your ...?nT>. /7?....:./!j.. plesiosau'rian \_^ o.—yO bi- -i P'°* "^^^ ^'^ — ^ ^-tS ..^ 

II own (see your) ' " plesiosau'roid 7/ ■J/" '^y\ PLOWMEN '' ^ 
I yours "^ \ t' Plesiosau'rus L. ;» ^ <> plow'point <> , ^, 

• yourself /T. ^. Np plethora \-J> rY \r- ploWshare 3 ^A'-i ^-j 

pleased I ° ° I plelhorefic >< 'Z plow-tail 3 '-^ «|( 

pleas'edly i <^' <•' j^ plethoret'ical in ■ ^ "^ plow'wright 3 ^ }■ 
pleascr i \p^ W Ns^^ plethoric V /^~ ^ ^- pluck \/,i 

pleasing i 1. -M plethor'ical 1 ^L- p'uck'er 

pleas'ingly ' "^ '^ 3 plethor'ically <J \ /"■ \ /" P'""=''''«>' 

pleasingness I ^-3;^. <1_/.^JP ^---' pleu'ra L. Ny \/ X^^ 1 than 

pleasurable f \ pleu'ra: L. J_ pluck'iest '\ 

PLEASURABLE a 9 n pleu'ral \ s \ .\ o P'uck'ily < 

plcasurablcness ^ ^ ^ pleural'gia L. \/ lyf Y^/' P'uck'iness 
PLEASURABLENESS\ X_? V_jpleural'gic ^ ^^ '■' ^ "■ — pluckless 

pleaj'urably 9 9 \ pleu'ric ^ \ ;^ Vv ^^ ii. pluck'y <v - 

PLEASURABLyr-^' ^ ^'\ pleu'risy \/ x/y* X< .1 plug VJ— 

pleasure \ \ ^ pleuritic ^P'ug'gcf 

PLEASURE '. g n ftpleurifical ^ ^ "\/^\ ^pi^ plug'-hat t^ ^ ^^ v: 

pica-, ute-cround -^ ^*„ ^'c; pleuri'tis L. V"^ — ^^ "=• V\ piug'-hole ^_L^' ViJ 

p!ci3'urc-housc * pleurocer'ebral ._ plug'-ugly 

pleaa'ureless 0,^ 5 it pleurocol'ic ^ Vj — i- ^ ( ^ plum ?- , <> 1 ^ 

pleas'urcr /^ -^ ->* I pleurocoUe'sisV^ \/s\' /=\ plum'age V— -v ^^ 

pleasure-trip M \ pleuro-esopha'geus )^^^')~ plumb / 

pleb '\ ^ ^ pleurogenic i;. ^\)^ M, 7; plumbag'inous 1^ , <; 

picbc'ian \ V, \^ pleurohcpati'tis\^<^;,^i-l ^ " 6", plumba'go 

plebcianism \ X,__, N,.J> — ■ pleuropcricardial ' ^ '5^^,^^_>^~p^lum'bcan 

plcbr'iar iic <^» r' ^' plcuropericardi'lis -.X^VX^^ — T"** — ' plum'beous ^ , ';/ 1 '^ 1 ■ -' 

plebe iari;,cd \, Ny. \^ pleuropcripncu'mon^ plumber X-rii s^~~- ' ^^ 

picbc iaiuzing N^_p X^^? X_a,^' plcuroperilonealx^ -^- /; |/, plumbery 

plcbisci'Ia L. ^ * ^ * \* plruropcritonc'um ^ vj/^^V'^T^Ium'bic ;> , <; , "; j 

plebiscitary \, \^ \, pleuropncumo^nia '> , ^ — 'T^^ — '•>' plumbiferousv— • X!"~<~>f > — _^ 

plebiscite >p \p . *« Plevna ' ^' ■■ plumbing '^ 

plebi-.ci 1, n 1, • *1. ^ !{•'(; *l plex'itorm t: \ plum'bism^ ^ ' r 

plebs L. ^ \ \_<_/i plexus _ .. ^ plumb'less V— n ' ^ 

plectra L >p >o LPIcy'cl f plumb'-level 

plcc'trum L "^ — s t^ i^ pliabU'ity «> plumb'-Iine ^^ 

pird , .pli'ablc X t k plum'bous v -- • ^75, — ^ — , 

plr.li:' I /pli'ablencss /\ vV^plum'bum L. 

plcdi-'- -cup • |li',bly • plum'-eake f- ' "^ 

lI^i.TC' , . . . .ncy c. .' plum'-color 

p;c.l(;<:lc5f. / /■ / I :. ..nl I A plum'-colored 

pledger' '• plianlly i »„ plum'-curculio « 

pledger . . \-pli'anlne<i» I '>>- ito X^ plum'-du<T\ 1 ^ '^' ■ ' 

picdg ct / / / plicate ( plume ]^ 




PLUME-HOLDER 



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POKEWEED 



plume'-holder 

plumc'les3 

plume'lel 

plum'ery 

plum'ing 

Plum'mcr 

plum'met 

plum'met-level 

plum'my 

plu'mose o 

plumos'ity V--p^ 

plu'mous 

plump 

plumped 

plump'cr 

plump'cst 

plump'-faccd 

plump'ing 

plump'ly 

plump'ncss 

plump'y 

plum'-tree 

plum'-wcevil 

plum'y 

plun'der 

plun'derage 

plun'derer 

plun'derous 
plunge 
plunge'-bath 
plun'gcr 

plu'perfect 

PLUPERFECT 

plu'ral 

plu'ralism 

plu'ralist 

pluralis'tic 





pluviomet'rically 

pluviom'etry " 

plu'vioscope 

Pluviose' F. ' 

plu'vious 

Plu'vius 

ply 1 «^^ 

Plym'outh x 

pneumat'ic 

Vpneumat'ical 
p^ pneumat'ically 
pneumatic'ity 
pneumat'ics 
pneu'matire 
pneu'matized 
pneu'matizing' 
pneumatolog'ical 
pneumatol'ogist 
pneumatorogy^- — -■ — w^. 
pneumatom'etcr .1/ 
pneumalom'etry 
pneumec'tomy 
pneumococ'cus 
pneumogas'tric 
pneumolog'ical 
pneumol'ogy. 
pneumo'nia 
pneumon'ic 
pneumonit'ic 
pneumoni'tis L, 
pneumonocarcino'm^a 
pneu'monocele" "^ 
pneumonocirrho'sis 
pneumonophthi'sis 
pneumopericardi'tis 
pneumophthi'sis 
(s pneumopleuri'tis 



plu'ralize ^ \ 
plu'ralizcd ^^ 
plu'ralizer ^-^^ 



piuraiis uc <s \ \ pneumopieun ti; 

plural'ity \^' ^^^ X^^ipneumorrha'gia 

pluraliza'tion ^'^ ' -^ ^ pneumot'omy"^ 

Pnyx 

Po .._ : 

ipoach 

poach'er v, 
Pocahon'tas \o 
pock I / 

\JHcy^ pock'et 
^^^<^y. pock'etbook 
X^/'^^jC-pock'et-edition 
pock'etful 



plu'ralizingt 

plu'rally 

pluricel'lular 

pluricus'pid 

plurifio'rou 

plurifo'liate 

plun'Iit'eral 

plurinu'cleati 

plurip'ara 





pluripar'ity «^ y- 
plurip'arous v^ < 
plurise'rial 

plurispo'rous ^ V? o 

plus \.XX< 

plush 

plush'-velvet 

plush'-velvetine 

plush'y 

Plu'tarch 

Plu'to 

plutoc'racy 

plu'tocrat 

plutocrat'ic 

Pluto'nian 

Pluton'ic 

Plu'tonism 

Plu'tonist ^ 

Plu'tus 

plu'vial 

plu'viograph 

pluviom'cter 

pluviomct'ric 

pluviomet'rical 





POCKETFUL 

pocket-hand'kerchief 
pock'et-knife 
pock'et-knives' 
pock'et-money 

pock'et-picce 

pock'ct-pistol 

pock'ier i 
^ pock'iest I 
\ pock'inesG i 
y pock'mark i 

pock'marked i 

^ V pock'-pitted i 

.) pock'y I 

t> po'co It. \, 

\ pod I X^ 

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pod'ag