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NUMBER TWO. 



COXTAINI50 THE WHOLX BODT OF E F FICT I V K WORDS IN THE ENOLI8H LAN- 
GUAGE, ARRANGED AND CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE MODES IN 
WHICH THET SHOULD BE WRITTEN IN PHONOGRAPHY. 



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TH nHHKMIRiPHIG WOUI-BOOI NO. ONE, 



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PHONOGRAPHIC CLASS-BOOK AND READER. 



BY 

S, p. ANDREWS, 

AND 

AUGUSTUS F. BOYLE, 



NEW YORK: 
PUBLISHED AND FOR 8ALE BY ANDREWS & BOYLE, 

54 CANAL STREET, CORNER OF BROADWAY, 
AND SOLD IT ALL BOOKSELLERS. 

Price 75<:ts. in Boards: G2\ in Paper. 
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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1819, 

Bt ANDREWS & BOYLE, 

in tfae Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York. 



BANXR a PALMKB, 8TRRBOTTPKR8, 

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INTRODUCTION. 



1. In opening this volume, the teacher or the student of 
Phonography will find before him the great body of the words 
of the English Language, arranged in a succession of Exercises, 
according to the method in which each class is to be written 
in Phonography. 

It may, at first view, oci^asion some surprise, that this whole 
work is in ordinary type, and that there is not, therefore, a 
single page df it which presents words phonographically 
written, to the eye of the learner. The reasons for this are, in 
part, mechanical, and in part pertain to our philosophy of the 
soundest and best method of teaching. The mechanical reasons 
it is unnecessary to explain, farther than to observe, that to 
publish the whole of the words in Phonographic characters 
would render the work far too bulky and expensive, and that 
to intersperse portions of Phonographic matter is extremely 
inconvenient. Apart from these considerations, we have little 
doubt that an edition of this work, in Phonographic characters, 
would be more acceptable with many to whom, nevertheless, it 
would be less useful than in its present form. We are thus led 
to our second class of reasons for preferring the ordinary type. 

2. The object of this work, and of those which bdbng to 



6 INTRODUCTlOIf. 

this series, is, not to teach to read, but to write Phoflography, 
It is not possible that any one should have learaed to write in 
any hand, with absolute facility, without having incidentally 
learned, at the same time, how to read what is written. It is 
not only possible, on the other hand, but a very frequent oc- 
currence, that pupils learn to read a printed book, long-hand 
manuscript. Phonography, or a foreign language, without ac- 
quiring the ability to write them with any corresponding degree 
of facility. They learn how to understand and appreciate 
what has been done by others, with no corresponding power to 
execute for themselves. This is, in our view, the grand defect 
in almost every department of education. 

8. We have said that the work might be more acceptable to 
many, if in the Phonographic character, while it would be, in 
our opinion, less valuable to them. The eye would then be- 
come accustomed to the characters and forms of words, and 
the pupil would flatter himself that he was learning Phono- 
graphy, almost without exertion ; while he would still find him- 
self quite unable to call up and apply his knowledge — in other 
words, imable to use a system of writing for the purpose o/ 
writing. It is said, in such cases, that the hand is not accus- 
tomed to the formation of the characters, but this is, in fact, 
only half the truth ; a still more important part of the defi- 
ciency being, that the mind is not accustomed to the exertion 
of calling up, and knowing actively what forms are wanted, but 
only to a passive recognition of such forms as are presented to 
it, through the eye ; instead of being able to instruct and 
guide the hand, it must wait, itself, on suggestion. The mmd 
of a person who has been taught a foreign language on this 
vicious plan, is in the same condition. He may imderstand 



nrriKHKronoK. « 

every word that is uttered, and yet be unable to utter a single 
sentence correctly, not because his organs of speech are unac- 
customed to utter the sounds and words to be used, though 
that may be true likewise, but because he cannot, for the life 
of him, think <^ the words he wants to express his ideas, nor 
of the order in which he should place them. His whole train- 
ing has been in understanding something which is placed be- 
fore and pressed upon the attention, and not at all in going out 
of himself, and caUing up or seeking to know what is absent. . 

4. With reference to Phonography, this pouring in system 
of instruction, which gives critical without prctctical knowledge, 
is especially imfortunate. It is of ccmsiderable value to be able 
to read a foreign book, or to imderstand a foreign language, 
when spok^, inasmuch as either may be the medium of know- 
ledge which cannot be otherwise obtained, even though we are 
unable to write or speak the language ourselves. But it' is of 
ccHnparatively little utility to be able to read Phonography 
without the ability to write it. There is no literature printed 
in it, which is not equally accessible without it. Phonography 
is, therefore, to be regarded exclusively as a system of writing, 
and <w a system of short-hand writing, and any system of 
teaching it which fails to enable the learner* to write it, and to 
write it rapidly, is an essentially faulty and delusive one. 
That all the previous methods of teaching have, in the main, 
failed, just in this most important particular, is certain, as is 
more fully shown in the Introduction to " The Phonographic 
Word-Book No. I.," and we think it equally certain, that 
wherever works printed in the Phonographic character are 
chiefly relied upon as instruction-books, this failure will still be 
experience^* 



8 IHTBODUOTXOV. 

d. So thoroughly are we cbnyinced of the sotmdness and 
iji the great importance of the position here assumed, that if 
we were able to dictate despotically the terms upon which 
Phonography should be taught and learned, we would unhesi- 
tatingly exclude the use of all reading matter whatsoever, 
which was not the actual manuscript of the pupils themselves, 
<ur of others, so soon as a tolerable familiarity had been ac- 
quired with the principles and general appearance of this 
inethod of writing, by the aid of elementary works. 

In bnnging out editions of these works, or abridgments 
from them, in Phonographic characters, as we may probably 
feel required to do, we must be considered, therefore, as merely 
makings concession to what we consider an extremely faxdty, 
though unfortunately a popular system of teaching. 

6. A similar concession to the necessities of the case was 
made by us during several years, and is stUl made, and must 
continue to be made, by other teachers, who know that it is 
neither d<»ng justice to Phonography nor the public ; we 
allude to adopting the six or twelve-lesson system of instruc- 
tion. Phonography, like every other art, to be thoroughly 
known, must be thoroughly studied and practiced. This re- 
quires a thorouglwand consecutive drill of several months, such 
as^ by the usages of life, is hardly practicable out of the school- 
room, and for persons who have graduated from the schools. 
But like every thing else new, however useful in itself. Phono- 
graphy had to go through a novitiate. It had first to prove 
its utility to those who had charge of education, and to the 
public, before it could be permitted to take its position as a 
recognized school-study. In many parts of the country, it has 
not yet attamed that position, and must still be taught upon 



INTBOIM70n09. 9 

any plan which is best adapted to introducmg and reeom- 
mending it to the public notice, while what we are now saying 
relates to the proper method of teaching, where the teacher 
has control of his pupils, in a regular mstitution, for a suffi- 
cient period of time to carry them through the practice of the 
art, and is not confined simply to expounding the elements of 
it. What we mean to affirm is, that even in this latter case, 
with all the circumstances fayorable for thorough instruction, 
the success of teachers will be far short of what it should be, 
if the system of instruction now generaDy applied to grammar, 
the study of foreign languages, etc., is not completely re- 
versed — if the pupils are not made to tprite, tcrite, write, con- 
tinually, instead of merely looking on, and deciphering what 
has been written or printed for them. Without this, it is 
utterly hopeless to think of turning out whole classes of ac- 
complished rapid writers. 

For a more detailed statement of the fallacies of the existing 
mode of education, and for a full exposition of what is thought 
to be the only true system of inducting the student into a 
practical as well as theoretical, and, therefore, the only useful 
and available knowledge of any art or science, the reader is 
referred to a series of papers which originally appeared at in- 
tervals in the " New York Commercial Advertiser," and are 
now being transferred to successive numbers of the " Anglo- 
Saxon," commencing with No. C6.* 

We shall confine ourselves, in this introduction, to a some* 
what detailed statement of the method pursued by us in teach- 
ing Phonography in the New York Free Academy.* But 

* These Eosays will be completed and published in a pampUot form 
by us, aa aaily aa May next (1850). 

1* 



10 INTBODUOnOK. 

eren this detail will^ it is thought, give teachers and reader? 
generally a tolerably correct appreciation of the mode of 
applying the drawing-out system of instruction to any branch 
of knowledge. 

7. In the New York Free Academy, Phonography is a com- 
pulsory study for the whole institution. The students are 
divided into several classes, in some of which there are more 
than seventy scholars. Each class receives three lessons a 
week, of one hour each. When we received our appointment, 
and entered upon our duties in that institution, we had occa- 
sion to test the proficiency of the students in what may be re- 
garded as practical grammar, including penmanship, ortho^ 
graphy on paper, which is quite a different thing from reciting 
the columns of a spelling-book or dictionary orally, punctua- 
tion, paragraphing, the right use of capitals, etc. We found, 
as the result, certain defects which we had observed in nearly 
every educational institution we had ever examined. The in- 
stitution itself was quite new. The boys were fresh from the 
Ward and Public Schools of this city. We can speak, there- 
fore, more freely of such faults as we noticed in the kind of 
education they had received, as our remarks will not seem to 
have a special reference to the defective method of any parti- 
cular institution. They apply to the general cast of instruc- 
tion in the common schools of this, and, as we have reason to 
believe, of the neighboring cities, and of the country at large. 
The reference to these boys is only for the sake of a definite 
illustration, and one, too, where the circumstances were favor- 
able to a fair exhibition of the best results of Common School 
instruction. These pupils were from the highest classes of the 
Ward and Public Schools, and had undergone, one month be- 



QffTRODUCTIOK. 11 

fore our appointment, what was regarded as on unusually severe 
examination to obtain admission to the Academy. 

We found them possessed of much varied and useful infor- 
mation. Their powers of appreciation were tolerably developed. 
They imderstood many things which had been explained to 
them by books or teachers, and were capable of understanding 
many more. In a word, considering their respective ages, 
their minds were brisk, and well stored with facts and prin- 
ciples relating to the several studies they had pursued ; but, on 
the other hand, they were deficient in the power to do things. 
They could not express what they knew, either orally or on 
paper, with any thing like facility or off handedness. Their 
abihty was critical, not practical. They could analyze and 
parse the most difficult constructions of the language, but they 
could not write correctly the most simple sentences about the 
most simple subjects, with which they were perfectly familiar, 
without mistakes of some sort in nearly every line. As respects 
mechanical execution, there were very few of them who could 
write at all easily, that is, without making a painfully apparent 
effort at every upward or downward movement of the pen. 
They neither sat at their desks, placed their paper before them, 
nor held their pens as students practically trained would have 
done. They were entirely destitute of that graceful and easy 
carelessness which can only result from use and familiarity with 
an art. In one word, they had been taught too much, and not 
made to learn enough. Their teachers had proved themselves 
laborious, but had failed to establish laborious habits on the 
part of the pupils — the fault of a system of instruction which 
is almost universal, and to which the study of mathematics 
fumbhes the principal, but by so means a complete oxcejptkm* 



12 iMVUUDUOTlOITi 

B. It was necessary to take these deficiencies into consideitt* 
lion, in planning a conrse of instruction in Phonography-i We 
had not to do with scholars who had heen in the habit of writ-> 
ing a composition every day for the last two or three years 
preceding their admission into the Free Academy, or of whom 
written solutions of their arithmetical problems had been daily 
required, or who had become familiar With the history of the 
United States by being compelled at each recitation to con-* 
dense on paper the principal events of a certain period, and 
who had in like manner acquired their knowledge of grammar^ 
spelling, geography, etc., that is, by being required constantly 
to put together their own thoughts, speculations, and positive 
knowledge of every subject they studied, instead of, as is usual^ 
dissecting and commenting upon the knowledge of others; Tol-* 
erably well classified with reference to taJtat they knew, they 
were not classified at all with reference to what they could do* 

Accordingly, for the first month, the students took rank 
in their class according to the mechanical beauty and general 
neatness of their Wtidng, the cleanliness of the paper on which 
they wrote, and even its size j the neatness with which their 
exercises were headed and dated, and their names subscribed 
hi the ordinary hand. It must not be supposed, however, that 
durkig this time they were not practiced in reading Phonogra- 
phy* The Phonographic writing they were required to do was 
from the "Phonographic Reader/' Instead of reading the 
lessons from the book, they were reqiured to copy them on 
paper at home, and to read them from the manuscript at each 
recitation. At the close of each recitation, the exercises were 
collected and subsequently examined, when on the merit-roll 
4tf iM class, ea«h student was marked on ascale of ten, aeooTd* 



IHTBODUOTIOH. 13 

ing to the geometrical accuracy of the tonoa of his words, Uie 
general neatness of hk writiog, and the care apparently be- 
stowed upon it. In eighteen lessonsi the '* Reader" was wril* 
ten through. The students were by this time enabled to copy 
Phonography, with comparatirc ease« Some of them were 
also abk to read in any part of the *' Phonographic Reader," 
but of course yery slowly. It would take them perhaps a 
minute to decipher some oi the contracted forms toward the 
end of the book. But that was to be expected^ as k had beea 
thought desirable, under the circumstances, to confine their 
attention, for the first six weeksi soldy to acquiring a familiarity 
with the forms oi the Phonographic characters, and a mastery 
oyer the pen. 

9» Occaskmally, to relieye the monotony of reading from 
their manuscript, a phrase or two was written on the black* 
board ; but no marks were awarded to the students for reading 
these phrases, nor eyen for reading their manuscript. As be- 
fore stated, marks were awarded them for excellence in me* 
chumcal execution only. It may be necessary to state that 
from the first to the last lesson, during the six weeks that were 
consumed in gobg through the ** Reader," for the first time, 
two or three minutes were always occupied in enunciating the 
elementary sounds, and the improper diphthong sounds/ 

The students were now told that they were to reyiew the 
"Reader" — that is, that they were to read it through in six 
lessons ; and that they would be marked with reference solely 
to the correctness and fluency with which they read their man- 
uscript. This was done« At each lesson, the students were 
called on, each in his turn, to read ; and according to the com- 
bined oQixealMM and imoisf with whieh they aoquitted theBi- 



14 INTBODUCTIOK. 

selves, they were marked. There was here brought into play 
the practical mechanical facility exclusively cultivated during 
the preceding six weeks ; for no student could long retain a 
high position in his class, that position being awarded him for 
correctly and fluently reading his manuscript, if the manuscript 
itself were not legibly, and therefore neatly and correctly 
written. 

10. To dispel the monotony attending this exercise, about 
ten minutes were consumed, at each recitation, as follows : We 
enunciated the simple consonant-sounds, and the compound 
ones, such as sp, pi, spms, dshnd, etc., not in their regular 
order, but promiscuously, at the rate of about from twenty to 
forty in a minute. These the students were required to take 
down from dictation, any one of them being liable to be called 
upon to read them off. This was found to be an excellent 
mode of accustoming them to write from dictation. Some of 
them were soon able to write and read off from forty to fifty 
consonant-signs, or combinations, in a minute. No standing in 
the class was as yet awarded, however, for proficiency in rapid 
writing ; correct and fluent reading being alone made the test. 
But it will be observed that in going through the " Reader," 
both for the first and second time, the incidental exercises in- 
troduced were such as the students would next take rank in their 
class for excelling in. 

By this time, those of the students who had paid proper 
attention, could be said to have attained two great ends : they 
had acquired a mechanical mastery over the pen and a familiar- 
ity with the use of writing materials, and they were able to 
read correctly and with tolerable fluency their Phonographic 
n^nuscnpt, never having been allowed to read from the '<Pho* 



iNTRODUCTIOKi 16 

nographic Reader," during recitation hours. It must be seen, 
of course, that they could not have failed to pick up also 
much else that would be of service to them in the further 
prosecution of their Phonographic studies. They had been 
questioned on the " Class Book/' and had been obliged con^ 
stantly to refer to it. A few, indeed, were already tolerably 
accomplished phonographers, and had commenced to practice 
by themselves at home, with some degree of success, in rapid 
writing; which, by the by, we by no means recommend, at 
such an early stage of progress. But considering the largeness 
of the classes, and the present pernicious system of classification 
in institutions of learning, which obtains here a^ elsewhere,*" it 

* What we particularly mean by a " pemicioua system of classification/' 
is one that does not, in classifying scholars, recognize the fact that a boy 
may excel in one branch of study, and not in another, and which does 
not classify them, ii^ each department, with reference to their attainments 
In that department only. It is to be hoped that the New York Free 
Academy will set an example to other institutions in this respect, as it 
has in so many others. 

The New York Free Academy stands at the head of the pablic instruc- 
tion of this city. The building is calculated to accommodate one thou* 
sand students, and the design is, to give the scholars from the Common 
Schools who pass a thorough examination in the ordinary bi-anches, an 
education of as high a grade as is obtained in any institution of learning 
in the country. Instruction, books, etc., are furnished free of charges to 
the pupils. Only scholars from the Common Schools are allowed to en* 
joy the privileges of this institution. The New York Free Academy has 
unly been in existence about six months. From the high qualifications 
and energy of the Principal and faculty, it is confidently expected by the 
friends of education in New York, that the examinations for admission 
will soon be of such a obaracter as to impress the teachers of the Common 
Schocds with the neoeanty of adt^ting a more efficient system of fawtmo- 



was necesftary to take into consideration, not tbe pi*ogfess of 
the best, but that of the majority of the scholars, leaning if any 
thing toward that of the most backward, in planning the course 
of instruction and the time to be spent on each branch, a 
knowledge of which contributes to make the pupil an accom- 
plished Phonographic writer. 

ll. We were here compelled, for the want of proper instruc- 
tion-books (neither the " Word-Book Ko. I," nor the " Word* 
Book No. II," being published), to pursue for some time a 
course which the subsequent publication of those works renders 
it now unnecessary for tis to detail. We shall therefore con- 
tinue our remarks on the supposition that these books were 
completed when we finished the " Reader ** for the second time ; 
or, in other words, we shall add to the first part of our instruc- 
tion during the last term, what will be the last part of our in- 
struction during the next term* 

We now place in the hands of the students the Monosyl* 
labic Book, or "Word-Book No. II.*' We tell them that they 
are able to read Phonography, whatever forms may be 
given to words, but that it is now necessary for them to 
know the best form for every word, and to be able to 
Write that form, at the moment they hear the spoken word ; 
and that the work before thetti will show them how to write 
every monosyllable in the English language* We then make 
them read aloud, each in his turn, the rules preceding the first 
few exercises, questioning them on them as they proceed. We 

tion, to fit their schol&rs for it At present, all that Can be done is to 
take the students as they are. It would be inexpedient and peiiiaps au~ 
4dr to makm te ftanidaid oi^daakmoa loo high» at fint 



iinttoiKfoftw. IT 

then give tbem a certain number of exenHsesi aceording to eir* 
cumstances, to write in Phonography for the nelt recitation, at 
which they receite marks as before, according to the correct^ 
nes3 and fluency with which they read< So on through the 
worki To vary the monotony of this drill, wc occasionally 
read to themi at first/ at the rate of about twentyfive words a 
minute ; and as we get toward the end of the book, increasing 
to sixty or seventy words in a minute, froiii soflle monosyllabic 
reading matter. This is always to be found in abundance, in 
primary school-readers. This they are required to take down 
from dictatiouj and are afterward called on to read it, but 
without any marks being awarded for it* 

The "Word-Book No. II" is then commenced and gone 
through with in the same manner^ the regular exercises being 
now varied, by requiring sttidents to write from dictation, but 
not, as heretofore, from monosyllabic matter. It is strongly 
recommended that the matter here selected to be written, from 
dictation, be the Introductions and explanatory portions of such 
Phonographic works as the pupils may have studied, commence 
ing with the "Class-Book"" and "Reader," We may here 
remark that, from the veiy first lesson, one of the most useful 
incidental means of dispelling the monotony of the main exer^ 
cise of the class^ is to pass five minutes in requiring them to 
read the Introduction to the work they are studying^ the in^ 
structor commenting upon it when necessary. 

The "Phraseographer No. II" is then taken up, atid pursued 
hi like manner. The same with the " Phonographer's Imper- 
fect Skeleton Book," and the "Phraseographer No. 11," which 
completes what may be termed the regular' course. Independ- 
ent praetiee should now be eomraeneed^ as f oUowi : The k« 



18 nrrRODTTonoir. 

structor will lecture or read to the studentS) for fifteen, twenty, 
or thirty minutes, according to the length and frequency of the 
recitations, and other circumstances, at the rate of from seventy 
to one hundred and fifty words per minute. The students will 
be required to take this down, and make out as full a report 
of it as possible, in plab and legible Phonography, for the 
next recitation ; at which they will be marked for the correct- 
ness of their report, and the fluency with which they read it. ' 

We conclude, by reminding our readers that the foregoing 
remarks are not the result of some theory concocted in the 
closet, but of the practical experience of hard-working prac- 
tical teachers. We desired, when Phonography was first in- 
troduced into America, to bring about a uniformity in the 
mode of teaching it to popular classes. This we had the good 
fortune to eflfect, by personally training many excellent teach* 
ers, and by detaiUng somewhat of our method in the Introduc- 
tion to the '* Phonographic Reader," and in the columns of the 
"Anglo-Saxon." Now that Phonography is going into the 
schools, in every part of the Union, we wish to bring about a 
unformity in the mode of teaching it in them also. 

12. We now proceed to give some more particular ac- 
count of this work. 

The words, it will be perceived, are arranged in classes, ac- 
cording to the consonant-elements contained in them, and the 
precise manner of combining those elements in each word. It 
is an advantage of Phonography, in several respects, that it ad- 
mits of different modes of writing the consonant-outline of 
almost every word. By this means, awkward forms may be 
avoided, and in many instances the proper vowel .is indicated, 
m whole classes of words,hj the consonant-ofutlines themselves^ 



IKTBODUOnOK. 19 

without being written, as in tlie case of the final I and r, which^ 
when struck up, indicate that a vowel follows, and when struck 
down, that they are followed by no vowel. On the other 
hand, however, this very facility for writing a word in different 
ways, renders absolutely necessary a guide like the present 
work, which shall exhibit all the words, classified with refer- 
ence to the best metJtod of writing them. 

13. Within each class of words, those are placed first, which 
have a vowel indicated by one of the first-place vowel-signs in 
their accented syllable; then those, the accented vowel in 
which is represented by a second-place vowel-sign ; then those 
in which the accented vowel is represented by a third-place 
vowel-sign ; — thus, for example, the first paragraph of Exer- 
cise XX., Chap. I., is as follows : 

1. Piece, apiece ; peese, appease, heaps, weeps, hips, whips, pause, 
beps, poise, pies, wipes : — 2. Pays, oppose, pace, apes, opes, hopes :— 
3. Pass, haps, puss, hoops. 

In monosyllables the only vowel there is in the word, is, of 
course, regarded as the accented vowel. The object of this 
arrangement of the words is an important one, and will be fully 
explained by the rules for writing above, on, and below or 
across the line, for which see page 23 of this Introduction. 
The vowel order is, therefore, quite different in this work from 
that with which the pupil has heretofore been familiarized, and 
which was employed in the " Phonographic Word-Book No. 
I." The object then was to teach, and render the pupil per- 
fectly familiar with, the positions of the several vowel-signs 
themselves. The object here is to use those positions for an- 
other purpose. 



30 xBTRomjenoN. 

14. The paragraphing and division of the words in tke 
Exercises into minor clauses, by means of colons and dashes, 
has reference either to this distinction in the place of the vowel- 
signs, or to some other minor ground of distinction which is 
obvious upon inspection. 

16. There is still another use to which the variety of forms 
in Phonographic outlines has been sometimes applied, namely, 
the distinction of single words, having the same consonant ele- 
inents, from each other, without vocalization, by writing them 
in a different manner. We have not thought it advisable to 
go to that extent, in a series of primary instruction books. 
Where nothing like classification is attainable, we have pre- 
ferred to rely upon vocalization. To take a different course, is 
to place the teaching of Phonography uppn a footing too similar 
to that of our old orthography. The only instruction to be 
given to pupils is, that they should vocalize their words 
whenever they are liable to a wrong reading, without so doing. 
Whatever devices the professional reporter may hereafter re- 
sort to, for his own private convenience, Phonography, as a 
universal medium of thought for the people, should not be 
rendered a mere assemblage of particular facts, each to be re- 
membered by a distinct effort of the memory. Whatever art 
is intended for the school-room, may also be required to make 
some concessions, in minor points, to the art of teaching itself, 
which is the most dignified of all the arts. 

16. Of two possible forms for a word, one is almost neces- 
sarily inferior to the other ; hence phonographers, after a suflS- 
cient amount of practice to have tried all forms, would arrive, 
with no other guide, at very nearly the same habits of writing. 
The design of this work is, chiefly, therefore, to point out to 



IXXROMNfnOV. SI 

them, at (mce, conclusioQsi to which they would oUierwise arrive, 
in time, unassiBted. Even, therefore, in the latter part of this 
book, where the words are thrown into columns, and their forms 
indicated by a notation adopted for that purpose, on the ex- 
press ground that they cannot be classified to advantage (see 
page 101), the case is still not the same as that adverted to 
in the last paragraph. In this case, the best form for 
writing each word is selected, to which several repeated trials 
would usually bring the pupil, without the aid of the book. 
Hence the form is in no proper sense arbitrary, and when 
once pointed oiit, it is remembered, not merely, nor chiefly, be- 
cause the authority of the book has determined it, but because 
the reason accepts it as the right form. The system of nota« 
lion itself will be found fully explained at page 102. 

17. The /, r, and sh are italicized as in the ''Word-Book 
No. I.," throughout the first> part of the book, when their 
signs are to be struck up. For the combinations W, Ir, etc., 
represented by hook-signs struck up, both letters are italicized. 
For the termination " ing" when it is to be represented by the 
final dot, the whole of the termination is italicized. 

18. As we do not attempt to employ Phonography for the 
expression of the delicacies of pronunciation, we have allowed 
the facility of the Phonographic form to guide us in many in- 
stances where the usage b fluctuating, without intending 
thereby to decide which pronunciation is preferable. Thus, 
for example, we give to the word nature a form which indi- 
cates the ch-saund, and to fortune one which docs not, but 
which indicates on the contrary that the t-sound remains un- 
changed; and this is done here for no higher reason than 
amply beoaoM these forms are the most easfly made* This 



22 IKTRODUOnOK. 

remark applies to a large class of words, such as pronunciaticn, 
nausea, infatuate, edttcatian, actual, etc., etc. 

19. It is frequently almost immaterial whether the vr-ngn is 
made with or without the hook, though in most cases, if not 
all where it occurs, the particular form to be used will be found 
indicated by the notation. Always, when it is shortened for 
the addition of t or d, the hook has to be made to distinguish it 
from the half-length sign for rd, 

20. The circle, it will be remembered, is used indifferently 
for either a or z, or in the proper position, for ns or nz, and the 
hoop indifferently for at or zd, or nst, nzd, 

21. There are a few cases in which the s-circle has to be 
turned upon the back of a curve-sign, contrary to the general 
usage, as in the yror^A facility (the I being struck up), insolence 
{I struck up), misplace, nisi-priu^, etc. These cases have not 
been indicated by a particular notation, as this mode of writing 
results inevitably from the nature of the case, and is, therefore, 
sufficiently obvious. 

22. When a circle occurs between two opposite curves, as in 
the word mason, it is always made within the first curve, so 
that it has the appearance of being at the back of the second 
curve. 

23. The word Louisa and Louis are instances in which' the 
I'Sign at the beginning of a word is struck down for a parti- 
cular reason. 

24. In a few instances, the same word will be found inserted 
twice, in different classes. In some cases this has occurred by 
mistake, either form being a good one, though the last is to be 
taken as the best. This will be corrected in subsequent 
editions. In other cases, words occur twice *with no change in 



^ iKfR0i>i70noir« S8 

the method of writing them, for the reason that they have been 
selected out and brought together for the illustration of some 
principle. 

25. The General Rules for writing Phonography, contained 
in the "Phcmographic Word-Book No« I.>" and there applied 
to iftonoByllables only, are to be equally applied to writing 
longer words. A material modification is now to be made, 
however^ in the directions contamed in Rules YIII and IX, for 
the positions of the consonant-outlines of words with reference 
to the line of writing. 

26. By the Rules referred to in the " Word^Book No. I.," 
the difference in the position of the consonant^outUne (as above 
or on the Hne) extends only to two positions, and affects only 
such outlines as are either entirely composed of horizontal 
ngns, with or without circles, etc., as hey, seek, kick, came, etc. ; 
the first three of which go above, and the last on the line-Hsuch 
as consist ci a half-length sign— or such as have one or more 
(long) horizontal signs and a half-length, with or without cir* 
cles, etc., as fight, spot, midst, screened, fate, caved^, craft ; the 
first four of which are written above, and the last three on the 
line— the half-length in the last two words touching the line. 
Reporters find it advantageous, however, to carry this contriv- 
ance to a greater extent. 

27. The Rules of position to be pursued in the writing of 
this work, and by all advanced phonographers, may be stated 
as follows : 

I. All skeletons or eonsonant-^mtlines, which do not occupy 
tn perpendicular height more than the length of one fidl and 
om kaff-htuffik MUMiMm^f^ haire assigned to tbem ihm po- 



M IKT&ODtJOTtOK. 

ntiond, namely, aim%, an^ and hel(ym or a/cro»9 the line, according 
as the words have in their acoknted stllable a vowel which 
would be represented by a Jirstt second, or third-place TOwed- 
nign. The fdlowing rules apply only to such words. 

II. Those words in t^ich the aoobnted vowel is a fSBOOiny* 
PiiACB votffel, are written on the line ; that is to say, the lower 
end of the first perpendicular or inclined consonant-sign, whether 
full or half-length, rests on the line, as in the words blames 
frame, etc. K the skeleton consists entirely of horizontals, th^ 
the body of the k or g-sign, the points of the m^sign, or the 
swell of the n or ng-sign, which begins the outline, comes down 
to the line, as in the words ctche, make, name, uncle, etc. 

III. Those vjords in which the aoosnted vowel is a firsts 
FLAOB vowel, are written above the line, as follows : Suppose an 
imaginary line to run along the tops of the perpendicular con* 
sondnt-signs, that is, at the height of a ^ or a <;? above the basis 
line of the writing, and the first perpendicular or inclined con-* 
sonant-sign of the skeleton^ whether full or half-length, is made 
to intersect «uch imaginary line^ so that the lower end of the 
second consonant>-sign in the words paved (a full-length and a 
half-length), ^taph, etct, touches the (basis) line. If the skele- 
ton consists only of a perpendicular or inclined half-length 
consonant-sign, then it begins at, and extends its entire length 
below, the imaginary line, as in the words feed, fit, etc. If the 
Bkelet(m consists entirely of horizontals, then the body c^ the 
k or g-sign, the swell of the m-sign, or the points of the n or 
ng-sign, which begins the outline, come up to the imaginary 
line above, as in the words key, meek, ink, etc. 

IV. Those words in which the accented vowel is a thibd- 
fU^M p(>wel, w!e wriUm Amow i)r Mu>w Mm^asIoUowb: 



The first perpendicular or inclined consonant-sign, b made so as 
to intersect the line, as in the words removed, provedi etc. If in 
this case, however, the skeleton ccmsista entirely of horizontals^ 
the body of the k or g-eign (beginning the skeleton) is made m 
very short distance below the line, but qtiite clear of the line> 
while the swell of the m-sign, or the points of the n or ng-sign 
(beginning the skeleton) come up to the Hne, as in the words 
crook, Mag, kruzek, anchor, 

28. The above rules apply to words of all lengths, from cme 
syllable up to the largest number, provided they only occupy 
the perpendicular space above specified* The vowel attended 
to, in words of more than one syllable, is always that which 
has the primary accent in the word ; thus> "peace^maker" takes 
the first position, because the accent is on the first syllable, and 
the vowel of that syllable is a first-place one^ while "melodrama'^ 
takes the third position, because the accent is on the third 
syllable, and the vowel in that syllable is a third-place voweL 

A comparison of the following words, of different lengths^ 
written in the three positions, will, it is thought, be quite suffi- 
cient to render the application of the Rules easy and familiar. 

1 by fink 6bviate beard p^ace-maker 

ft ob^y beh&Tod bored 

3 bow 2ank beh6oved baid melodr&ma. 

29. Of the words composed of vowel-sounds only, contained 
m Exercise XXXV., Chapter 1, page 40, the first ttoelve occu- 
py the first position, the next nine the second position, and the 
last seven the third position, 

IM). Pupils should be thc»:oughly trainedi from the time of 



20 IlfTRODUOTtOKt 

commencing this book, at least to observe all these posidoos 
with entire uniformity. The teacher should commence by a 
thorough examination of the pupil's familiarity with the General 
Bules for writing Phonography. 

31. The experienced phonographer will find, in this work, a 
variety of improvements in the construction of the Phonogra- 
phic forms of words, too numerous to be stated in detafl. 
Among these, may be mentioned the almost miiversal use of 
the nl and nr hook-signs, when the first two consonant-soimds in 
a word, as enlist, unrigged, etc., dropping the ^ in an extensive 
class of words, like post-master, post-town, etc., writing out 
such words as ** conscience," '' commission," etc., instead of 
using the dot for com, con, etc., a more extended use of the rl 
in such words as religion, paralytic, etc., the doubling of the 
consonant-signs to distinguish negatives, privatives, etc., as In 
the words irreflective, vrrefragabU, etc. See Chapter VL, 
Exercise IV., etc., etc. 



IMPORTANT NOTE. 



Read attentively the whole of the preceding Introductioii, 
and study especially the Rules of Position on pages 23, 24, be* 
fore proceeding to practice the Exercises. 



FH0N06RAPHIG WORD-BOOK NUMBER II. 



CHAPTER L 



OOHTAINIKO WORDS WHICH HAVE ONE AHD TWO OOKSOKAXT- 
BOUKDS, AND THOSE HAYINO VOWEL-SOUNDS ONLT. 



EXEBOISS I. 

Wards containing one alphabetic eofuonant-sign. 

Pea, payee, weep, heap, hip, whip, paw, hop, pie, wipe :— Faj, ape, 
Po, ope, hope, Opie, np : — Pa, hap, happy, pew, hoop. 

Be, Hebe, Bohea, hobby, by, byway, bayoa, boy :— Bay, obey, ebb, 
web, bow, hautboy, boa, hub : — Abby, bough. 

Pep, if; whiff, off, ^e, wife:— Fay, wmf, foe, huff, ha%:— Fa, faaU; 
halfway, woof, hoof, few. 

Eve, avowee, weave, heave, of, vie, ivy, wive, hive :— Wave, wavy, 
heavy, wove, hove :— Halve, have, vow, avow, view. « 

Me, emew, him, whim, maw, my :— May, aim, em, Emma, hem, mow, 
home, hum :— Ma, am, Amy, yam, ham, womb, whom, mew, Hume. 

Tea, eat, heat, wheat, it, wit, witty, hit, whit, ousht, haughty, hot, wot, 
yacht, what, tie, wight, height, white, toy, Ottawa, Hoyt:— Eight, eighty, 
weight, weighty, await, hate, Hayti, outweigh, wet, yet, whet, toie,. oat, 
iota, hut: — At, hat, to, hoot, out 

Dee, idea, weed, weedy, heed, widow, hid, awed, odd, wad, hod, die, 
eyed, Ida, wide, hide :— I>ay, aid, Ada, wade, heyday, Haid6e, eddy, wed, 
head, heady, headway, doe, doughy, ode, hoed: — Add, had, do, ado, 
wooed, adieu, dew, dewy, would, hood, Dow. 

Heath, heathy, withe, withy, thaw, thigh:— Oath, Otho:— Hath, thew, 
youth. 

The, with, thy:— The^, though:— Thou. 

See, saw, Esau, hiss, ugh, ice, ioy: — Say, ace, iway, aisay, Aia, eaiay, 
jet, so, whoio, howso, ui : — Ats, sous, tue, home, bow, use. 

Ease, easy, I^osea, wheeze, is, his, whic^ awes, hawse, yaws, was, 
wise, Ahaziah:— Hazy, Isaiah, ways, Hays, owes, woes, hoes, huzzy :-*- 
Hnzzah, as, has, ooze, oozy, wooes, whose, use, hews, house. 

Lee, Lehigh, Leo, Leah, ee^ E^i, weal, hea/, whee/, i/Z, iUj, vnll, wi^ 



28 PHOKOORAPniC TTORD-BOOK HO. U. 

low, hiR, hilly f Aiw, nil, wtJl, yaw/, han/, Hawfey, vnllow, hoQy, holbw, 
Hollowly f I'Wf KBlCf wiZe, wi/y, highly, white, awnife, EHhu, bUj, oil, uStf, 
tUloy, Hoyto : — Lay, allay, waylay, ale, wai/, Yale, bate, wha/e, hafo, eS, 
well, yell, y^low, hell, low, hole, holy, olio, htttf :— ^ Hp^ ^Umy, afiy, 
Allah, hallow, fiea, ha^foo, woof, woolly, Yafee, a/A>w, ow/, ho^2. 

Ear, era, Erie, weary, year, hear, hero, raw, or, war, Horr, wry, ire^ 
Uriah, Ira, wire, wiry, higher, awry, Hiero :^*Ray, air, airy, area, amy, 
wear, weigher, aware, wary, hair, hairy, where, err, wherry, row, ov, 
wore, yore, hoar, hoary, worry, her, hurry, whirr:— Horrah, are, airow, 
harrow, Harry, Yarrow, rue, wooer, yoar, hewer, our, hour!. 

Knee, ennui, kneehigh, hyena, e'en, wean, in, win, winnow, gnaw, 
yawn, on, wqp, yon, nign, wine, whine, annoy : — Neigh, wane, any, any* 
way, anyhow, wen, when, hen', no, Noah, own, Owen, Ionia, hone, no- 
way, one, Hun, honey:— An, Anna, Hannah, anno, new, anew, hewa, 
now. 

Each, itch, itchy, witch, hitch, which, chaw, Chihuahua, watch:— Aitdi, 
etch, hutch : — Hatch, hatchway, chew. 

Jaw, Hodge, joy: — Jay, age, wage, edge, wedge, hedge, Joe:— Jew, 
huge. • 

She, wish, issue, Shaw, wash, washy, shy:— Wheyid), show, showy, 
bush: — Shah, ash, ashy, hash, shoe, Asia. 

Key, eke, weak, wick, walk, caw, hawk, hock, Ike, ooy: — Kay, achi^ 
wake, awake, Co, echo, oak, woke, awoke, yoke:— Hack, whack, ooo^ 
hook, cue, cow. 

Owego, wig, whig, hog, guy :— Gay, go, ago, Hague, ague, egg, hug:— 
Hag, wag, Haggiah. 

Wing, awing, eyeing: — Weighing, haying, owing, hoeing, young, hung: 
— Hang, wh^g, wooing, Ewing, hewing. 
- Ahead.* 

Exercise II. 
Words written vnlfi two alphabetic consonant-signs* 

Paphia, puff, puffy: — Pavia, pave, upheave: — Poem, opium, palm^ 
palmy: — Pith, pithy, path, pathway, apathy: — Peach, pitch, pitchy, 
poach, patch, pouch :— Podge, page, apogee : — Pish, Pashaw, apish, padi: 
—Peak, apeak, Pico, pick, pock, pocky, pike, pica, opaque, peck, epfo, 
epoch, poke, pack, puke : — Pig, pe^, pug : — Weeping, neaping, wfaip> 
ping, pawing, Wappmg, hopping, wiping, paymg, aping, hoping, pang, 
happing, hooping. 

Beef buff, behalf, behoof: — Beehive, behave, bevy, above, behoove : 
•—Beam, beamy, bema, Bohemia, eyebeanv bomb, balm, balmy, boom: 
— Both, bath : — Bathe, Booth : — Beach, beachy, bitch, bewitch, botch, 
botchy, batch : — Abijah, budge, badge : — Wabash, Bashaw, boyish, abash, 
bush, bushy : — Bijou : — Beak, balk, balky, bake, bouquet, beck, "buck, 
back, aback, book: — Big, bog, boggy, beg, bug, bug^, bag:— Being,, 

• ■ — — • 

* This word is placed in a paragraph by itself, because it is written with the second 
or long form of ute h or aspirate, foliovi^ed by the consonant-sign d. 



PHOHOOBAPmO WORD-BOOK HO. IX. 29 

buying, buoying, baying, obeying, ebbing; bowing, bobbing, bong, ban|^ 
bowing. 

Fip, ibp, belfpay :— Phebe, fib, fob, Fabii, Fftbia:— Fien fifo, feoff :-~ 
Five: — Eophemia, feme, foam, fame, fumy: — Faith :— Fitch, fetch:— 
F^ee, eflS^, fadge. fiidge :— Fish, fishy, huffish:— Folk:— Fig, fo^ foggy, 
fcg :— -Feeing, whiffing, offing, fanff. 

Vive, viva :— Vim :'— Vetch, vouch, avouch :•— Voyage:— Evoke, havoc: 
— ^Vagne, vo^:— Weavm^, heaving, vieing, hiving, waving, halving, 
bavinff, vowing, avowing, viewing. 

Mob, Moab, Mab :— Miff, muff :— Move :-— Manmee, nudm, mom, mum- 
Dory, Miami, mamma :-*My th, moth, mothy, Weymouth, month :— Month : 
—Much, match : — Image, homage, magi:— Mesh, mush, mash: — Meek, 
nock, Mike, mica, make, Macao, Mecca, Mocha, Mohawk, muck, mucky, 
b a mmock , Mackey: — Omega, mu^, moggy, Mag: — Hymning, among, 
vmnug, hemming, mowing, Wyoming, humming, mewing. 

Tifi^ top, type, tape, toapee, tap:— Whitby, tub, taboo, tabby, tnbe:— 
Tifl^ tough : — Oatvie : — Team, Autamn, Tom, time, item, tame, tome, a^ 
om, atomy, tomb :^-Teeth, eyeteeth, eyetooth, eighth, eightieth, tooth:—* 
Teethe, tithe : — ^Teach, twitch, ontwatch, touch, touchy, techy, attach : — 
Towage:— Tissue, wUtewash, whitish, toyish, wettish, tush: — ^Tweak, 
tick, talk, outwalk, take, tuck, tack, attack, attic, took, Utica : — ^Twig, 
to^Tio^, tug, tag, outgo:— Eating, heating, Tyn§[, bitting, yachting, 
tymg, whiting, toying, waiting, awaiting, hating, wetting, towmg, tongue, 
twang, hooting. 

Dieppe, deep, dip, dep6t, du^: — Daub, dub, dab, debut: — Deify, 
doff, defy, deaf, edity, Duffy: — Dive, Davy, dove: — Deem, dim, dime, 
diem, icTiom, dame, demi, dome, odiuin, dumb, dummy, dam, Adam, 
doom :— Edith, width, death, doth :— Ditch, Dutch, (uichy :-— Dodge, ' 
Doffe, adage: — Dish, dash: — Dick, dickey, dock, dike, decoy, decay, 
deck, headache, duck, dack, haddock, duke : — Dig, dog, du^ :— Weeding, 
heeding, ding, widowing, dong, wadding, dying, hiding, aiding, wadinff, 
wedding, heaiding, eddying, dung, adding, dang, doing, wooding, hood- 
ing. 

Eltfaiop, Ethiopia :— Thief :— Theme, thumb:— Thatch :— Thick, Ithaca, 
ethic, thwack :— Thing, thawing, thong. 

Them. 

Neap, nip, nape, nap, unhappy, unhoop:— Nib, knob, nub, nab:— 
Knife, enough: — Unweave, nnhive, naive, navy, inveigh, envoy, envy, 
anwove ^— Nehemiah, name, enemy, numb, inhume, Numa: — lanthet-*- 
'Neath :— Niche, inch, unhitch, notch, wench, hunch, haunch : — Hinge, 
enjoy :— Nausea, gnash, Nashua, newish : — Anjou: — Enoch, unique, nick, 
Inca, knock, Ionic, neck, unyoke, nack, noolE, unhook, eunuch :— Nogg, 
nag :— Unhung, weaning, inning, winning, winnowing, awning, gnawing, 
yawning, whining, annoying, neighing, waning, tmweighing, knowing, 
owning, honing. 

Cheap, chip, Chippewa, chop, chap, chappy : — Chub, chubby :— Chief, 
chafe, chuff, chuffy, chaff, chuTy :— Chieve, achieve :---Chime, chum :— 
Cheek, chick, chalk, chalky, chock, watchkey, check, choke, chuck:*- 
Itchins, hitching, witching, chawing, watching, etching, hutching, chew- 
ing. 



80 nOHOGKJiPHIO WOBD-BOOK IKI. O. 

Gip >-^}ibe, Job, Jod» s— Gifff , Jtffii :■ Oyrc , !««■, Jofv, Jehotili :— i 
Oem, gemmy, jam: — Jom§h, Jevfith, Jotkaoki — Jocky, Joke, jaok>— Jig^ 
jog, hedgehog, jig, jagg, jaggy i— Jamng, joying, waging, edging, wedg- 
ing, hedging. 

Sheep, lup, shop, ihape, ohapeaa ;— Sheba, ihabby, Aahby, ahoeboy^- 
Sheaf :— -Sheave, shave, shove : — Shame, Shem, sham, diamois:— Sheath! 
«-Sbeathe, Shawnee, shiny r— Wishywai^]^, showish, shook, shake, shook: 
«-8hag, shaggy ^— Issuing, wishing, washing, ahowfaig, hashing, baafang^ 
shoeing. 



Keep, ooapee, Kipp, eqmp, hiccap, copy, ocoiipy, cape, oope, cup, cap, 

Boabj^Ueoaba, oob, cab, cqbe, ui' 
rif, cuff, oalf, 
ta, cnyme, came, ceom 
— >Kith, quoth:— iLetch, coach, catch, conch, oowitch :— <!lage, kedge>- 



coop:— Kibby, Kahawba, Cobb, Achab, Uecaba, oob, cab, ci^be, uoba: 
— Coogh, cOTee, coif, cuff, calf, qoaff:— Cave, cove, oorer, cadvo- 
Qoalm, comma, chyme, came, cameo, comb, oaknm, oome, calm. Combe: 



Qoash, coyish, cassia, acacia, cash : — King, eking, keying, cawing, walk- 
ing, hawkmg, aching, waking, awaking, echoing, yoking, backing, wfaack- 
mg, cooing, nooking. 

Gape, agape, gap, agap : — Gob, gab :^^ive, gave, gove, gaava:-*-Wi|- 
wam, game, ffom, gammy, goom : — GKrth, Gath, Asatha :— -Goage, gonge : 
— Whiggish, hog^h, gush, gaA, haggish, vmggish •.— Gong, gang, gang- 
way, going, hugging, wagging. 

Hangby :— Ingham, Hmgham :— Ink, inky, wink, hnnk, hank,Tank0t: 
-— Wmging, hanging, whanging. 

Exercise III. 
Words toriUen mtk two alphabetic consonarU^grUt the first qfwkkk 

U L STRUCK UP. 

Leap, Zip, fop; he/p, whe/p, ye/p, Afoppo, efope; lap, A/p, loop:— 
Zybia, Wi/foiu;bby, fobby, EAab ; E/ba, eA>ow, fobe ; a/ibi :— Leaf, feafy, 
Lifiy, /ife; e/C.foaf, ioff; Amgh, aZpha, afoof, wo^f:— Leave, fevee, Levi, 
five, Livy, Livia, Ofivia, o/ive, live, afive ; &ve, E/va, levy, helve, lave; 
feva, A/va, atfuvia:— Lima, fimb, Wi^fiam, fime; 2ame, llama, elm, helm, 
whelm, loam, foamy ; A&mio, lamb, afom, alma, Hatiam, foom :— Lethe^ 
Leitb, fithe ; wea/th, wealthy, health, hea/thy, foatb ; lath, lathy :— Lathe, 
loathe, although:- Leech; fotch :— Liege, fodge, Elijah; fedge, alMge, 
efogy; eufosy, Woolwich: — ^Leak, foaky, Wheefock, lick, hiSook, Intk^ 
look, Wallack, like, alike ; lake, e&, yew, we2k, yolk, look, focky, Lim- 
ca, hn(k; fock, fockey, afock, Luke, fook: — ^Leajgue, fog, hofogne; leg; 
fogy, /og; lag:— Heafing, wheefing, willing, hitfing, wa2fing, haofing, 
lawmg, wa2^owing, hoZfowin^, fong, afong, lying, aiding, vnfing, whifing; 
oiling, a2foyhig:— Laying, aifing, wailing, allaying, way/aymg, hailmg» 
whaling, wolfing, ye2dng, fowmg, hofoing, hnK&g, long; haffowmg, hi3- 
fooing, Oofong, alfowing, howfing. 



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EXBROHB IV. 

Wards writUn ioUk two consonant'signst the first of whidi i$ tub 

ALPHABETIC RrSIAN. 

Beam, rim, warm, rhyme, Hinim ; Aram, harem, Bamafa, Borne, aroma, 
nun, worm ; arm, army, harm, ram, room, roomy, rhemn :— Eric, wreak, 
rick, York, Warwick, rock, Bockaway, rocky, Yorick; rake, Baca, hay- 
ridL, wreck, Herrick, h^x)ic, work, yeark ; bHl, hark« rack, rook :— Ear- 
wig, rig, Biga; rogue, ergo, mg; argne, rag, Umgoay. 

ExEROISK Y. 
Words wriUm with two amsonoMt-dgns^ dU first of ^Meh is dc 

m-UF-8TBOKK.. 

jReap, rupee, rip, warp, rioe ; t^pe, repay, rope, Earopa, ropy ; harp, 
harw, rap, Europe : — Hereby, rib, orb, rob ; Arabia, whereby, robe, 
iZhooy, Horeb, Oreh, herb, rub ; rabbi, Arab, Araby, Harrowby, ruby: 
-— -JKeet aerifir, riff, wharf, rife, horrify; rough; raft*, roof:— JJeeve, 
five, arrive, hereof; rave, rove, Hervey; Harvey, review, reavow: — 
Wreathe, herewith, wherewith, wroth, wrothy; earth, earthy, worth; ' 
.wrath, wrathy, hearth, J2uth ;— Wreathe, writhe ; worthy :-~J2each, rich, 
JZitchie ; wretch, retch^, roach ; arch, archy : — iSidge, ridgy ; rage, JSa- 
iah, «rge :— 'ISeisBue, Irish ; rush, JKuatia ;^ nursh, rash :— jRonge :— Hear^ 
mg, vretajin^, rmg, wrong, hiring, warring; airing, arraying, wearing, 
c»rring, hemng, rowing, hurrying, worrying, wrung; harrowing, hur- 
rakiag, rang, harangue, rueing, rowing. 



Exercise YI. 
Words written loUh two alphabetic consotiant-signSi the last of which 

is L STRUCK DOWN. 



Peal, append, piH, uphill, whippowil, Paul, appall. Poll, pile; pale. 




TBiL avail; vowe], avowal :-^Meal, mill, mall, MoU, mile; mail, mcde, 
mxmi mute:— Till, twill, tall, tile, toil; tale, tell, hotel, toll; tool, tow- 
«!:— De^ ideal, dUl, doll, edile, dial, Doyle; dale, dell, Odel, dwell, dole, 
doH ; Woodhull, duel, dual : — Wassail, whistle ; Asahel, assail, hustle- 
Easel, weasel, hawsehole ; hazel : — Neal, anneal, Nile ; nail, inh^e, kn^ 
onw^, knoll, Noel, null, annul ; annual : — Chill :— >Gill, Jdbiel ; iail, jole, 
Joel; agile, jewel:— Usual: — Keel, equal, keyhole, kill, quill, call, chyle, 
coil, accoil; quail, quell, coal, cuU; cool, cowl:— Oill, gall, guile; gale, 
ghole, gull; ghouL V , , 



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EZERCISB YII. 
M^<^ wriUeti tvUh ttoo atjfkahetie consonant-signSf the Uut qfwkiih 

U L STRUCK UP. 

Appe/toe, pi/fow, pi^wy, P0//7, AyoUo ; Talej, up^ay ; hapiVt ^PP%» 
vnUcy :— 'Be&h, biZtow, bu2owy, be/ie, bjZaw ; Baifey, beZay, DaZfet, oet- 
^, be/tow, befow ; buiZv, Bu/ow, Beo/ah : — Opbefia, fi/Zy, fo/2y, fb22ow, 
rbUo, wife/y: — FeWy, reZZow; fa22ow, futty :— -Vi//a, roUej; faeavi/y; 
vtJleyf va/ue, avute: — Mea/y, GmiZia, Ame/ia, Himma/eh, homi/y, Motf^, 
Mi/o; Ma/ay, HimmaZaya, meZ^ow, Emi/y, home/y: — Wheat/y, wittiiy, 
wbitfoWy baughti/y, hot/y, white/y, White/aw, outZie; weigbti/y; tatfy, 
taZtow, taZZowy, ouUaw, out/ay: — De/ia, AdeZia, ideaiZy, diZZy, Dotty, 



oddly t widely ; dai/y, de/ay, Head/ey ; dahZia, daZZy, Had^r. duly, daeZfo: 
-»Atha/ia; thuie :-^08ceo/a :— EasiZy, wisely; hazeUYf WesZey: — Nigh- 
/y; NeZZy, nnhoZy; unbaZZow, new/y^ annuaZ/y: — Coi/i, chii/y: — ^Jo%, 
Ja/y ; jeZ/y ; Ja/ia, hnge/y : — Usaafiy : — Week^^, eqaa/Zy ; Kelly ; a(jai&, 
oaZfow :— HJaZway, GoZian; gai/y, gnZZy; ga&y, QaZ/oway, -GaZba:— 
Yoang/y. 

EXSROISE YIII. 

TFbrc^f toritten mth the l-hook consonafU-'aigns, 

Plea, Whipple, hopple^ ply, apply; play; apple, ploagb: — Hobble i 
able, ably, weigbable, blow; blew, blue:^*Flee, whiffle, flaw, awfol, 
awfally, ofial, fly ; flay, flow, woful, wofally, flowy ; flew, flae :— Evil, 
weeyil; hovel, oval: — Whittle :— Wheedle, waddle, idle, idol, idly ; hud« 
die ; addle : — Inlay ; unlay, only :— Hetchell : — Claw, cloy ; clay, clayey, 
Chloe; eclat, clue: — Eagle, glee, higgle; glow, o^e, ug^; glue, gluey, 
waggle, baggie. 

Exercise IX. 
Words toriUen tnth tvx> consonant-signs, the last of which is the 

ALPHABETIC R-SION. 

Peer, appear, pyre ; pear, pore, purr ; poor, power, pure : — BierHab- 
bor, buyer; bear, beware, bore. Burr; bar, boor, bower :— Fear, for, fire, 
afire ; fare, afiair, four, afore, fir ; fiir, alar, fewer :— Veer ; heavier, aver; 
avower :^*Mere, Myer ; mare, mayor, mohair, myrrh ; mar. Moor, amour, 
mure : — Tear, tire, attire ; tare, weightier, outwear, tore; hauteur ; tar, 
t(Ar, tower:— Dear, widower. Dorr, dyer; dare, Adair, door, adore; 
doer, dower: — There :— Eyesore ; assayer, essayer: — Eaaier, wiser; 
way wiser, hussar :— Nigher ; ne'er, unaware, Nore ; gnar, inure, newer : 
—Cheer; chair, chore; char:— Jeer, gyre; jar, ^jar, giour: — Queer, 
cohere, choir, acquire ; care, corps, cur, occur; car, cure, cower: — Gtoar; 
gore. 



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EzEBOIBK X. 

Wordt tnittM imdk two consonani-gigns^ ffie last of uhidk u ik€ 

&*UP-STROK£. 

Feri, opera ; Venj, Peoria, apiary ; parry, Pern : — ^Iberia, borrow ; be- 
wray, bury, barrough, barrow, Barry, bareaa. Bowery :— 'Fiefy ; fidry, 
{brray, Pharaoh, ferry, furry, furrow ; &rrow, fury : — Ivory ; vary, m^- 
ry i^-Inutih, miry, morrow; Alary, merry, emery, Moray, Murray; mar- 
row, marry v—Torrey, tyro; terra, totj; tarry, tiara, Tara: — Deary, dia- 
fjf diarrhea ; daity, Derry, doorway ; Darrow, Douro, dowry : — ^Theory, 
inoroagfa:— ABiyria: — Ezra; Norway; unwary, Norah; narrow. New- 
rey:— Cheery; chary, cherry: — Hegira; hedgerow, Jerry; jurv: — 
Hionery ; oaory : — Query, hickory, quarry ; Carey, Kerry, equery , Cora, 
carry; carry, ca t i a w a y; Gea ry; gory, j 

EZKRCISB XI. 

Words wriUen with the &-book eomonant-ngns. 

Weeper, whipper, hopper, pry; pray, pro; prow: — Hebrow; bray, 
Webber; brew, brow: — ^Free, oner, fry; nay, affray, firo, Ophir, wafer, 
heifer :— Weaver, heaver, overawe ; waver, ever, every, over, whoever, 
however, hover ; Havre :— Emir ; Homer ; hammer, humor : — Tree, trio, 
eater, water, otter, try, highwater, whiter, Troy; waiter, hater, tray, 
ootf^, wetter, trow, utter; hatter, outer: — Draw, dry, hydra, eider; 
dray, aider, odor; adder, drew: — Ether, author; throw; through, 
threw: — Either, hither, wither, whither; weather, whether, other: — 
Imier, winner, honor; Henry, owner: — Watcher, witchery: — Wager: — 
Wisher; usher; Asher, shrew: — Hosier; aznro, hoosier: — Weaker, 
Walker, cry, ichor, wicker; acre, ochre, crow; crew: — Eager, agree, 
angur, augury, whiggery ; Hagar, Agur, gray, ogre, grow ; waggery. 

Exercise XII. 

Words written with two ii-sieNs, struck up or down, according as 
they are italicised in the printed Exercise or not. (In the first 
paragraph the first one, and in the second both are struck up,) 

Leal, itf will, foil, Lisle, foyal, HaZfowell ; aZ/hail, Lowell, Zull. 
Li^, LiAih, wi/i/y, IojbUj ; who^, lowly, holUj ; ha^teAijah. 

Exercise XIII. 

Words written with two consonant-signs, the first hein^ l and the 
last R, strudc up or down^ according as they are italicised or not, 

Lear, lawyer, /iar, /yre; layer, aZIayer, waylayer, tower, lore; kae, 
■Cure, tower. 
Leary, Hillary, Laura, Lyra ; Eltory ; Levrrj, towety. 

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SZEBOISB XIY. 

Wor€U yrrittm toUh the le-sion. (The l-sigt^ m&de heatjf*) 
Healer, Wheeler ; wbider, haler, WeUer ; Haller. 

EXSRCISB^ XY. 

Words toriUen with two consonafU-ngns^ the first^ Mng k 0cnd Hnt 
last L, struck yp or down^ according as they are itaUeised or not 

Eeel, real, aerial, rill, roil, royal; rail, airhole, roll, oral, eari, fand, 
whirl ; rale, rowell. 

Reatfy, Aare^, weariijr, ^emtj, Ba/eigh, Riley, royaSy, BoZfiik» r^\ 
reby, rai/way, wariijr, orai^, ainfy, early, harly ; ra^, ro/y. 

ExERCISS XYI. 

Words toritten with two r-sions, struck up or dawn^ according m 

they are itaUdsed or not. 

Rear, arrear, hearer, rehear, horror; rare, error, roar. 
Orrety; raree, Aurora. 

EXEROISB XYII. 

Words written with two consonant-signs^ the first an and the last h 
or R struck up or down according as they are itaUeued or not* 

Shavfl, Sheelahf 8hUoh, thUy, shale, shell, shoal, shosJy, shallow, skaM, 
Ashley, 
Sheer ; share, shore, ashore, sore, assure, shower. 
Sherry, showefy. 

Exercise XVIII. 

Words written with two consonant-signs^ the first being l and the 

last SH, both struck up. 

Leash, wiUovrish, Walsh, E/i«Aa, eyelash, Welsh, helAsh, yeUovnA, lashf 
lash, ovuHsh. 

EXERCIBB XIX. 

Words written with the straight line double-length consonant-signs. 

Peep, pip, pop, poppy, pipe, pope, t»tip. puppy, papa, pap, pappy, 
Doop:— Bibb, bob, babe, baby, bub, hubbub, hubbubboo, txx>by:— 
Judge:— Kick, (mick, caulk, cock; cake, quake, haycock, coke, coooa; 
quack, cook, cooky, cuckoo :— Gig, gog, agog ; gag, Agag, gewgaw. 

Beweep,Beppo:— Cog,quahaug; keg; cag, quaggy:— Gawk, gawky. 



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cimc&E% 

Pieoe^ apiece, peeie, appeaie, heaps, weept, hips, wfaipa* panae, hops, 
poiae, pMB, wipetl— 'Paya, oppo9e> pBOd, apeai opeai lK^^— Pan, hapa, 
puaa, iibops. 

Beea, abyai) Ixua, Bos, hobbi, buyi, boya:— 'Bate, abaao, lmy% obeya» 
f4>ba» weba^ Beas, beaux, bun, butt t— Baas, abbeat, abaae, abuae. 
, Feea> phife, whiffi^ office, foiae, wife^at-^F^Boe, phase, eflEaoe, foei, ftui, 
iitzt-^Fttae) efbse. 

EaTe% ^reaves, heavea, vies, tvea, wivea, hivea, vke, toioe :— Vaie, 
wmviM I*— 'Halvei^ Tiowa, vow% aTowi» 

Mba^ amiaa, whima, iiioaB> mice t'^Mmtio, vaaae, maoe, men, Holmea, 
ik—AbiM, hama, maM, mooae^ aMmse, mewa, aiiiiiae:-*Teaae, eati^ 



heats, its, toss, heights, twice, ties, toyst-^Waits, halea, hiatoa, oats, toes, 
Otis, batst-^Hats, iioots, outs. 

Weeds, heeds, widows, hideoos, odds, wads^ dies, dice, hides: — Days, 
Mb, Hades, doae, dose, weds, heads, does, wades ^— 'Adz, deuce, adduce, 
•dttce, dues, woods, hoods« 

beadis, withes, thaws, thighs t-»Youth*s. 

These, thist-^Thus, those t— Youths. 

Crease, laes» £o/us, wheels, Wiffis, Uitfs, bills, witis, Xawa, walls, ha2to, 
loaa, Wattboe, Holfia, Hoe, (ies^ aisles, wiles t— Lace, l^ys, atfays, ails, 
waili^ haifa, whalaa, toss, eAw, atts, welb, belto, yefls, yeltows, £1^ hotoa, 
bdllsi— itas, alas> Alice^ altoys> alfias, looae, loae, louse, allows, howliv 
owls. 

fteese, ears, heata, faoiie, Boss, Horace, rice, risa^ Iris, arise, wires, 
falfaat— Baee, raise, heiieas, wean, hairs, «rase, boaraa, rose, arose, 
hMunseL Ariest— ^Haras% whereas, rasa, rouse, arouse, hours, yours, ar- 
loWB, narrows, hnrrahsv 

l<iiece, kneea, wema, ions, wins, wince, gnaws, nice, highness, wines, 
imsey annoys t-^Hehious, neighs, hence, whence, hens, knows, owns, 
bones, Honst-^Anise, noose, £unice, ounce, news. 

Cheese, Watches, hitches, watches, chaws, choice t— Chaae, chess, etch 
as, chose l^-Hatchea, dioose, chews. 

AL^ jaws, joya:--»Ages, wages, edges, hedges, wad|gea;-^JaiGa, 



Wishes, shies, washes s — Chaise, shows, bushes :— -Ashes, hashes, shoes. 

Keys, ekes, weeks, kiss, wicks, qnizz, cause, hawks, walks, ox, hocks, 
eoyst-^ase, aches, wakes, awakes, oaks, hoax, hocus:— Cass, axe, wax. 
Backs, coos, hooks, ukase, accuse, cows. 

tSeeso, wigs, wings, ^pauze, goss> hoigs, guise :^Oaae, guess^ eggs, goes^ 
bugs :— Gass, wags, hags, 

Wings: — Hangs» 



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EzBRcisx XXL 

Words tmtten tmth two alphabetic etrtuonant^ngnt^ the last ^ 

which is B or z» 

Whipsaw, poaie, pious, poisy :— Bias, abbacy :— Fowy, foci !— -Vice :— 
Mossy, Macy, Messiah, maasy :— Whatso, hothoose, TassO) oathouse :— • 
Idiocy, odyssey, headsea, Odessa, woodhouse : — Icehouse : — ^Z^ssee, aZso, 
E/ias, aZeliouse, a/ias ; Lacey, fasso, lassie, Lucy, Louis :— Hearsay, HorsOf 
racy, heresy, whereso, warehouse, JSousseau :— Uosayy Nassau, ensaei 
£neas : — Watchhoose :•— Josiah, Joyous, Jessie, Jewess, juicy :-^-Chao8,« 
acquiesce, waxy, aqueous : — Gassy, goosy. 

Pisa, posy, poesy, piazza :-^Qns]^, Boaz, boozy :*^Faz6e, fuzzy;— Vesay: 
— Whimse)r, mazy, muzzy:— Dizzy, daisy, dozy :— Azaztah :— ^Louisa, 
E^za, Bllyme, /azy, a/ways, Woobey, fousy :— JSazee, rosy, iSosa:— 
Noisy, uneasy, unwise, noways, anywise, Henzey, unhofose s-^Edgewisa^ 
josey :•— Causeway, cozy. 

EXSBOISB XXII. 
Words written with two consonarU'signst the first of which is the 

8*CIRCLE. 

Sweep, sweepy, sip, sop, swap, spy; soap, sap; sap, scrap, swoop, 
sp6w:-'-Sob, swab; Snabia, sub :-— Sophia ; safe, so&:-*Sieva, Savoy; 
save; salve: — Seem, swim; same, sum, swum; swam, Sam, psalm:—* 
Seat, settee, sweet, sit, cit;^, sought, sot, siffht, sty ; sate, stay, set, sweat, 
stow; sat, soot, sooty, suit, stew:^Seed, seedy, Swede, sawed, sod, 
swad, side ; swayed, sowed, soda, said ; sad, sued :— -Seeth, swath ; Setii; 
sooth, south :— Seethe, scythe; swathe; soothe: — Cease, siss, Swias. 
sauce, saucy; cess; souse x— -Seize, saws, size; sways, says, sous, sues, 
sows : — Sea/, zea/, Sefoh, Cefia, si//, siZ/y, Sy/te, swiiZ, stew, SaoZ, So/, 
So/way, swa2tow, Oy, soil ; sai/, slay, sfow, sofo, cell, swell, soul, wodfy ; 
Sally, sallbw, slouga :— Seer, Zera, zero, sirrah, Syria, sorrow, sorry, 
soiree, sire, sawyer; Sarah, swear, sore, swore, sir; sour, sewer, czar:-^ 
Seen, Xenia, sin, sinew, sawn, sawney, swan, Zion, sign, Sinai, swine ; 
zany, swain, sown, zone, snow, snowy, son, sunny; soon, swoon:-* 
Switch; such:— Siege; sage, suage, sedge :-*43 wash, sash:— Seek, aiok, 
squaw, sock. Psyche, sky ; siake, soke, suck ; sack, scow, skew :— -Swig, 
■oggy » "»g» iwag:— Sing, swing, song; song, swung; sang 

EXBBCISB XXIII. 

Words written with two alphabetic amsonant'SignSi tfie first cf 
» tc^^tc^ is 9 or %. 

Wisp, hyssop, wasp, espy, Espy, asp, hasp, ossify, Asaph, housewife, 
eyesalve, assume, hasty, eyesight, suet, acid, aside, seeth, Suez, icehouse, 
sower, assignee, scion, eschew, assuage, Osage, whisk, whiskey, husk, 
husky, ask, askew, seeing, saying, sawmg, sighbg, sowing, sfiemg, bias- 



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ing, icrag, aMaying, iiiwijfinjL iKNaewife, (pronomioed hnsBf,] uote, Aa- 
Itmh, hnwinni, nnge, Inac, Hezekiab, emung, wheezmg, whinng, ooBDg, 
naiiig, booamg. 

Exercise XXIY. 

Pl^d$ vnA two eonsonanirsmrndSi Ike last of tehich U ir, written 

with the N-HOOK ccmstnunU-ngn. 

Pin, pawn, upon, pine, opine; pain, pen, weapon, open, pan; pan, 
tappen, oppugn :-^Beiin, been ; bane, Ben, ^lon, bone, bun ; ban, boon : 
^-rin, &wn, often, fine, hyphen ; feign, fiin ; fim :— Even, Vaagfaan, vine ; 
Iwven, heaven, woven, oven ; van, Avon :— Mean, women, mine, hymen, 
Iman ; main, amain, highwayman, men, amen, moan, yeoman, yeomen, 
OBen; man, humane, woman: — Tin, twin, ton, tine, twine, heighten; 
etffateen, attain, twain, ten, tone, atone, ton ; tan, tune, town : — Dean, 
£deD, din, hidden, dawn, don, dine, iodine, widen ; deign, den, Edwin, 
Doaoe, done; Dan, down, adown, wooden: — Ethan, thin; thane:— Heap 
ihaa, within, thine; then; than:— Hyson, anign, hasten: — Lean, Lynn, 
lawn, fine, foin ; taae, a^en, EZfen, He/en, foan, afone, .£o&in ; AZten, toon, 
woolen : — Herein, hereon, wherein, whereon, heroine, horn, warn, War- 
ren { Bhine, iron, rain, arraign, Aaron, wren, roan, earn, run, wayworn, 
yearn; ran, orine : — Non, anon, nine ; known, none ; noon, noun :— Chin, 
chioe ; chain >— Eugene, gin, hygiene, Augean, John, join; Jane ; June :-* 
Sheen, Ossian, shin, shine ; shown, ocean, Hessian, shun ; ashen : — Keen, 
queen, weaken, kin, akin, con, Idne, coin ; cane, waftn, awaken, ken, 
cone ; ean, coon :— Gone, Gihon ; gain, again, gun ; vrogon, gown. 

EXERCISB XXY. 

Words wriUen with two alphabetic eonsonantsignSf the last of 

which is v» 

P«an, peahen, peon, Finney, Pawnee ; penny, halfpenny, pony ; puny : 
— -Binney, bonny ; ebony, bony ; bagnio : — Finny ; fenny, funny ; Fanny, 
aphony, euphony :— Vienna, Ivanhoe, viny ; veiuy, venue ; avenue, Ha- 
vanna :— Minnow, hominy; mania, many, ammonia, money; manna, 
Mooney:— Tawney, tiny; Taney: — Dinah; Dana, duenna; Diana, 
downy : — Assiniee :-^HoBannah : — ^Ninny; inane, onion ; unhewn, union : 
— Cbeeqey, China: — Genii, Eugenia, ^gean, JBgina; Genoa, Jenny, 
Jonah; Joanna, Juno :*^Kinney, Kanawha; Cayenne, coney, Oconee; 
hackney, canoe:— Guinea, Gruienne; Guiana, guano: — Leon, Hefona, 
Lena, I/ion, O^ney, /ion, I^ois ; weZ^nigb, ho/|y-one, U/na ; /una : — Aro- 
aa, homy, irony, rkiao ; rainy, hernia ; Amo, Harney, iZanney, i2ooney, 



* Exercise XXVI. 

Words having two consonant-sounds, written with the half-lenoth 

consonant-signs. 

Feet feed, fit, fid, whiffed, feoght, oft, fight; fiite, fiide, fed, h^ fanff* 



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•di fct, aft, wift^ haft, foot, food* afooti hocifecL feud »— Waaved, h ft rnvi i 
yAod, wired, hired, yM\ wared, vote; halved, tat, vowed, viewed ^- 
Teat, tweed, tit, twit, taught, Todd^ tight, tide, toyed ; tote, towed ; tat I 
—Deed, did, dot, Dodd, Dwigfat, died, doit] date, debt, dead, dote ; dad, 
doubt, dewed :'-Thoaght, thawed J— That 2— -East, veast, wift, him e d, 
whist, wast, iced, hoiBt; watte, haste, weet, host| mwt, ouitl— EaMd# 
wheezed, whi^xed; oozed, hooaed, naed t'-^heet, wished, shot, shod« 
washed, shied ; shade, shed, sboat, showed, shut, hushed ) shadi haihedi 
shoot, shoed, should, shoot s— Keyed, eked, kit, kid, quit, quid, wickedf 
caught cawed, walked, hawked, cot, cod, quod, kite qidte, ooit } Katai 
Cade, ached, waked, coat, code, quote, yoked, cut, cud } cat, cad, aet» 
hacked, whacked, coot, cooed, could, hooked, cowed, cute i — Wiggad« 
gaud, got, Ood, guide; gate, get, egged, goat, goad, gnt» hugged; gadf 
wagged, good, gout 

EXBROISB XXVII. 

Words with two am8onant'8ound§^ the first qfwhidi is H, 1h B« orBf 
written with hay-length coneonant-ngna* (Light and heavy.) 

Meat, might, Mott ; mate, met, mote ; mat, moot, mute s— ^Mead, midi 
maid, aimed, hemmed, mode, mud; mad, mood, mewed s-«Xieet, Jk, 
wi/t, fai/t, haft, fot, fight ; fate, /et, weft, Hoft ; late, /out l— Lead, wieldf 
yield, heeled, wheeled, lid, willed, hilled, laud, walled, hauled, lied, wiled« 
oiled; laid, aileik wailed, hailed, led, eld, weld, yelled, held, kmd, old, 
hold, hid, hullecT; lad, lewd, wooled, loud, howled S— Writ, wrought^ 
wart, rot; rate rote, mt, hurt; art, heart, rat, root, routs'— Beed, eared« 
weird, rid, ward, rod, ride, wired, hired; rayed, aired, red, road, horde, 
erred, word,^ herd ; hard, yard, rood, rude : — Neat, knit, hint, nauglit, 
want, not, nisht; net, went, note, wdfit, nut, hunt; aunt, haunt, gpat, 
knouts—Need, weaned, wind, gnawed, yawned, nod, wuid, wind, hind, 
whined ; neighed, waned, end, wend, iu>de, owned, honed ; and, hand^ 
wound, hound. 

EXEBCTISB XXVIIL 

WortU written wUh two alphabetic consonant-ngnst the last of 
which is T, and the first p, b, ch, or j. (The monosyllahies 
herein contained are not written with haJU'-lengihst on ac^inaU of 
interference with .vowel-signs ; as ft hatfUmglh wiih the word' 
sign for of, etc.) 

Feat, heaped, pit, pity, whipped, hipped, pot, hopped, piety, pate, aped, 
petty, wei^ poet, hoped, opiate, putty, pat, patty, apt, happed, hooped» 
put, pout. 

Beat, bootee, Beatty, bit, bough^ hot, bita, bi^, abate, bet, Betty, 
abet, boat, obit, but, bat, abbot, habit, bateau, boot, booty, Bute, beao^, 
pout, about, howbeit. 

Cheat, chit, Chitty, witched, hitched, wati^ied, etched, Cboate, hotob* 
ed, chat, chatty, hatched, cheweL 

J^V Jat, jaCly, ^ j^tty* 



moitoGSApmo woso^noot so. iL S| 

WanU wriUxn with two ALPHABstic etmsonanMgnti Ae last f^ 
wkuk w D| and tkefint p« b» cH| of i* 

PedecL psWed) pod) pied) paid) payda^^) pod) Paddy. I^adaal-^fieda) 
bead) bid, Biddj) Dawdy, body, biae) abide) booyed, boybood) bayed) 
obcnred) bed) abied) behed, bode, abode, Obed, bud, bad) bedeW) bowed I 
«*<!iiid) chawed, chide, chewed t—Jndea, jawed) Joyed) jadO) a^d) 
iMged) edged) wedged) hedged) Jude, Jddah* 

^OBROISK XXX. 

WMU written wttk koo alphabetic oonafnumu^dgnsi tht Utit of 

iMehis t. 

Fiat) Fayette) fktty t'-^VetO) orate t-«Meaty, emit) omit, motto, mighty) 
noiety) empty, Emmet) matty) amity i — Has^, eyedght^ sdeti^-WaiUet) 
eyelet) alight, faity, elate, alto, owlet t**^Aofta, af*ight, riot, HaHetta, hearty, 
' Harriet) whereat) hereto, whefeto l-^N aagk^, knotty, onwitty , into, untie) 
Owenite, onto, nutty, aunty, natty, unit, unite, unity, annuity :««Eyeahut) 
■boetiet— <Qu!tO) acquit) Wicket, quiet, equity, Heoate, quota, acute, aco* 
iCytk'Qdhs^) afi^ie) gouty* 

BiodioisiA XXXit 

Wordi miiUn with two alphabetic eonaonant^iignB^ the teut of 

tdhich ie D. 

Wi£dlood) highfed, fadr t — Vide, avoid, evade, ^ivoWed i-^Medea, amid) 
ttudway) Mida) mayweed, Mayday, meadow, meadowy, mudd]^, moody) 
bomid I— ^Youthhood t-^Aside, acid i-« Azote I'^Lydia^ Iliad, Hfilda, wbI« 
lowed, holiday) Waldo, hollowhead) hoUowe^ed } Alida, allied, eyelid, al^^ 
loyed, lady, allayed, Waylaid, welladay, Lodi. Hnlda, illude, elude, allude) 
halloo^, hallowed, Ha/liday, aloud t-^i2eeay, wearied, award, horrid, 
arrayed, v^^yWard, ready, ichoda, ruddy, wot^dy, worried, hurried, arid, 
h^dy, harmed, harrowed; rowdy ,^ Howard l— 'Need^, Jfineid, niddy. In' 
die, windy* Window, winnowed, Hindoo, noddy, Oneida, Naiad, annoyed) 
imweighea) nnWed) honeyed, honeydew, one-eyed, handy, undue, en' 
dowt-«Iwtled) shady, shadow, shadowy {-•Weekday, Wicked, haWk« 
eyed, Acadk, echoed) caddy 1-^iddy) gaudy) goody) egad i«-Whiged) 
hanged) whanged. 

Eiciflitotsii XXTtll, 

WofdB iJOfitten with the i^ERpENOtcuLAR douUtAengih eonsonatU^ '^ 

signs* 

OntWit, Otaheite, Tahite) toto, tattoo, tutti :— Heated, toddy, tidy, 
whiteWood) Whitehead, today, Waited, awaited, hated, whetted, Teddy* 
teady, Atwood) booted) outdo i-^Weeded, heeded, widowed, widowhood^ 



40 PHOHOOBAPHIO WOBD-BOOK V0« Ih 

iH^added, Dido» iodid, aided, waded, eddied, wedded, headed, daddy, ad* 
ded, wooded, Woodhead, hooded» dowdy t— Deity, debtee, E)ewitt, dittyy 
ditto, idioty audit) oddity, diet, data, Doty, duty, daett, doaghty. 

ExBfiCtSB XXXTII. 

Words hamng the two eonsonant-sounde u and tt teriUen toUh the 

heavy MP-smN. 

Imp, hempi hamp, hnmpy* 

EXERCISK XXXIV. 

Words having the two consonant-sounds m and p, written by the 

AI.PHABET1C consonant-signs^ 

Mop, mope, map) mayhap, Whampoa. 

EzxiiciBB XXXY. 
Words written with yowexi-sioivs only* 

. We, ye, he, awe. yaw, haw, eye, Iowa, high, why, hoy, ahoy ; aye^ 
Way, away, yea, nay, whey, owe, woe, hoe ; ah, ha, woO| wmi, how» 
yoo, hew* 

ExEBcrsB XXXVI. 
Words toritten with the long H-sieif, foith no consonant'sigm* 
Highway^ Ohwyhe, Ohio { wheyey ; Oaha^ aha, haha» 



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CHAPTER n. 



WOBDB OONTAXNIKG TBREX 00N80NANT-80UFD8. 



EltEROISB I. 

Words toritten unth three long consonani-ngm. 
PopifAy peeping) popping, Epiphany,^ poffing, paving, tipheavingf 



poUing, paiSng, piZfowing^ PUHfy, purvey, pirouette, pafty, parity, pan* 
ty, period, parody, perdu, Perth, parole, puerile, parley, poor/y pare^» 
pearA^, pur/leu, uproar, porch, perch,, parch, peerage, porridge, purge, 
perisD, parish, Persia, Pyrrhic, pork, park, j^ruke, periwig, raraguayf 
pirogue, appearing, pariM, pouring, parrying, PayUim, Pananm, ap* 
pointee, (noueer, penknife. pUnic, panic, pitching, patchings, pagingi 
poshing, peccavi, epicure, Picayune, packase, peacock, Pickwick, peak* 




tavia, botany, beadn^. Bitting, biting, bating, abating, betting, abettintf^ 
boating, buttintf, habiting, batting, bedaub, Abdiel, bidding, bxiing, abld* 
ia^. beddinff, beheading, boding, budding, bedewing, bathing, Bi/boa, 
biuD, be/ief»^ bai/iff, B^fe, believe, Bolivia, be/ove, Bellevue, Baalam, 
Belfamy, ability, billetdoux, bullhead, Baliol, Be/ial, Bouloffne, belch, 
bilke, bulge, al>oliiJl, bilk, oblique, obloquy, bellyache, bulk, bulky, bu^ 
lock, bowleg, billing, blowing, bawlin|^, oblbng, belbng. belying, boil- 
ing, bailing, oeAr^ng, bewailing, bellowing, bowling, bulling, bullying, 
barb, bereave, Birmah, birdeye, Bordeaux, mfth, boms, buney, barley, 
burial, borrower, bearer, barrier,' Hibemia, Borneo, barony, birch, 
barffe, bearish, barouche, Burke, bark, Barca, barrack, burgh, bearing, 
bonng, butyins, borrowing, abhorring, burring, burrowing, barring, 
hobnob, bowiMnife» benumb, bonnet, bcKiyant, M^onet, Bennet, boonty, 



43 iraoirOG&AFBlO WOBD^BOOIt M. tt4 

tiaywmdow, boW^M^indoW. be jond, behind, beA^tfa, biennial^ bienliia^^) 
haoitaal, habitatt2/v, bewitchet^, be.witchin§r) botclung, abjare, bad^^inai 
bU&op) biMAing) abafAing) became^ become, oecalnii buckwheat* nbi^m* 
ty, bequeath, BilchafU) bookish^ backache, Habakkok, balking, ixx:kiD|» 
backing, backings booking) bugaboo, bigamy, Bogota^ beffuilei Abigauj 
baggage^ begging) bagging) bunged) banged, bunghole) btink) bank^ bang> 
ing, banging* 

Foppish) fobbing, fifty, fifth, female, &mi/y, famiah, foaming, fuming) 
fatuity, fatigtle, famom, Pbi/ip, Phi/ippi) fi/m, fi/my. fea/tj^, iau^ty) fi/tn, 
fiAhy, fiiial) felony) fai/urei foMower* loo/ety, fi/ch, foeiagB) {ooRsht i^jogi 
fizzing) fa/Zing) fo^foWing, ming, fotling, filing, feZZing) foaZing, &ZZowing) 
fooZing) fdZZing) foWZing, fueZZing, fonU) finii) affirm) farm) fi>t*ty) Faraday) 
fourth) fairfy) fitreWell) ferule, tur/ongh, farriery, Ferrara) fatyier, way* 
farer, furor, fbrgO) foraj^O) ferriage, foreshew, firehook, fork) forky) fore* 
BO) farraffO) fearing, firing) ferrym?, furrowing, affinity, fineZy) fetching) 
fidgety^) fishing, effect, affect, fact) lagot) fagged, foggiZy. 

vivify, vomitO) votary, avowed IV) vi^iiy) vaZvO) eVo^ve, voZume, veZ^uni) 
vaZaate, vioZonO) viZZain^, viZZa^e, VoZga, voZ^eying) veiZing, avai/ing, vaZo* 
Ing) verify, Variety, yeniy vanatO) Verona, virago, veeHng, varying) avet* 
ring) Venom, vanity) vignettO) vendee, vendue, vani^) veneer) avengS) 
voyaging, visual) vacuum) evict) vocatO) evoked, evacuate, vacuity, evok* 
ingt 

Homeopathy) maypole) mopping) mopiug) maraing, imbibO) embalm) 
embody. Mobile) embower) amDush) humbug, ambigue, imbuing, moving) 
memoir) memory, mammoth, mamma/ia) mummery) mimic, maiming) 
emptier) amateur) muting) meeting) emitting, omittipg, mating) emptying) 
matting, mooting, humidity, immediate, maidhood, moodiZy) Madeira) 
Medina, Madonna, raid-age, modish, muddying, mouthing, moZafy, Ma/ta) 
humility) muZattO) miZdew, meZody, mouZdy) ma/ady) mo2ar) ma^ria) 
miZch^' miZeage) miZiZia, miZk, mi/ky. MiZwaukeC) mitkyWay) Moloch) 
AmaZeki Molucca, MaZactia, MaZacHi, MaZaga. mellowing, Murphy) Mor» 
via, Minam, Maf^ietta, Martha, mirth) mereZy) merriZv, mirror) merinO) 
March^ merge^ emerge, marriage, hemorrhage) marsh, marshy, miragct) 
mark, Waymai'k) mnrsy) homeric) America) marquee) MoroccO) marring) 
marrying) mooting) immu«4ng, omnium) minutC) amenity, emanate^ humam 
ity, immunity, monody, Monday, monied> manhood, womanhood) moon* 
eyed, Mavnooth) month, menial) hymenial) meanfy) ManlZZa^Manuelj fiman* 
tiel, manlvy meanwhile^ munch) managd) minutiae, womanish, maniao, am^ 
moniac) Munich) meamng) mining) moaning, matmin^) muttialj mxLtaai^ 
matching) imagery) magic, imaging, Mesheck) meshmg, maslimg, iheA- 
tjy MaekinaW) mawkish) mocking, making) haymakmg, magpie) maggoty) 
mahogany) Magog, mink) monk. 

Typify) topheavy) tiptoe) topic, tapioca^ tippbg) topping) typbg) Tabk 
tha, tobaccO) tuft, outfit) outvote, tumefV) tcMnatO) Timothy, oatmea^ 
timeZy) tamezy) tomorrow, tamer, tumor, Tammany) tomahawk) teaming) 
timing) taming) twitting) tattooing) tedium. te*deum) toothache, teethings 
tithing) out^ap) tu/ip, tWeZvC) outZiVO) PtoZemy, utifity) out/awry) titlagd^ 
itaZiC) ti^intf, toi^g, te^g, toZZing, ta/2ying) ta^wing) terrify) turf, tar^ 
iff; term, Te<»re-Haute, tarty) tardy, terrier, terro**, fyf-amiy) attorney, 
torch) outfeajDh) wtti^V) tai^, tm^ tai^» outWoHk. timg) nxMni^ 



FHOKOQBAPHIO WOBD-BOOK VO. i^ 48 

lettriiiff, tafYJng, tarrjiagf tenet, atteniutey ei^teeoth, tandi, townhoQie, 
toenBUy tenure, tin^e, twinge, tonnaffey tonic, tanks, tonohwood, toooh- 
hole, techi/j, toachify, teachmg, twitcnmg, tooching, attaching, tojahap^ 
whitewB«4mg, tweaking, ticking, talking, taking, tackin([, tacking, attooK- 
ing, twigging, togging, outgoing, tagging, wilting^, twmk, tank, twank, 
ttrngueing, twanging. 

Deputy, depth, deeply, dipping, doping, daybeam, debar, Woodbory, 
debauch, debancAee, daybook, (mabinc, dubbing, dabbing, defiime, de- 
fSset; doffed, deft, deified, defied, edified, defile, edifier, dener, defer, dei- 
ftring^ defyuiff, doffing, edif}ring, devotee, deviate, devote, devout, divide, 
oovoid, David, devour, diving, dimity, dim^y, admire, demur, denmra, 
domino, damage, dimish, deeming, dimming, damning, dooming, dative, 
anditing, dotting, dieting, dating, editing, dotmg, doubting, diadem, deed- 
ing, deathwatch, de/ve, ditemma, De/ta, Da/iZsui, delayer, De&ware, ide- 
otoffv, de/uge, wed/ock, bida/go, diafogue, dea/ing, diatfing, de&ying, 
faeMUong, dwe^ing, doling, du/Zing, da/^ying, dwar^ Woodruff, derive, 
diorama, dirty, dearth, dear/y, dearer, dirge, doric, headwork, dirk, 
dark, daring, adoring, during, Danube, dainty, denote, doughnut, Dun^ 
dee, denied, headwind, addenda, denude, denial, hiddeniy, Daniel, down- 
hill, din^Tf Danish, denying, woodchuck, ditching, dodging, di^Aing, 
d a ting , oacapo, decoyed, decayed, docking, decoying, decaying, dook- 
ioe, dogwood, headgear, doggish, digging, dogging, wedding-day, dung- 
hill, hoodwink, donkey, dinging. 

Authority, thatching, thievian, thummin, Thyatira, Theodona, Theo- 
dore, athfote, theofogy, theorem, thirty, etherial, thorough/y, thorny, 
•thenenm, thin/y, thickhead, think,, thank. Heathenish. 

A^pathy, foophole, Wa/pole, teapyear, leaping, je/ping, he/ping, efop- 
ing, tapping, lapwing, A/abama, a/bum, albeit^ labial, Liberia, wheelbar- 
row, AliMny, albino, Albion, wellbeing, lobbying, elbowing, Ibfty, hailfel- 
low, welfiire, elfish, laughing, Levite, levity, Livonia, lavish, leaving, living, 
laving, foving, levying, limbo, Almighty, louisd'or, welldoing, healthily, 
lathing, loathing, lullaby* loyalty, li£c, owHike, allhealing, lolling, lulling, 
alarm, alanim, foureate, Loretto, hilarity, already, Walworth, lyric, lurk, 
lark, leering, lowering, luring, alluring, lamefy, Almira, alumni, limbing, 
laming, whelming, looming, lenity, Olmda, lineal. Lynch, lunch, launch, 
fineage, lunge, lounge, leaning, lining, leeching, latching, eulogium, logic, 
elegiac, lodgmg, alledging, la^Aing, liquify, welcome, alchymy, locked 
hellcat, elect. Electa, locate, aliquot, lookout, liquid, laokaday, alackaday, 
lackeyed, alcohol, alkali, Laocoon, leakage, leaking, licking, locking, lik- 
ing, lacking, looking, legatee, loghut, legate, logwood, Alleghany, luff- 
gge, leagumg, leggmg, lugging, lagging, Longley, willingly, link, lank, 
igth, lengthy, lingo, longing. 




robbing, robins, rubbing, JZaphael, referee, warfare, wherefore, Orphean, 
nfogee, wharmge, refuge, horrific, reefing, wharfing, roofing, revive. 



▼eal, reveille, revere, reviewer, revenue, JSavenna, ravage, ravish, re- 
voke, riving, arriving, raving, roving, revievnng, ramify, remove, reme- 
dy, wormwood, armada, warmth, Yarmouth, warmly, harmony, mm* 



44 PHOHOORAPHIO WORD-BOOK WO. n. 

auigs, Bomial^ wanniiig, rii]rming, roaming, wormiiig, vnAng^ faumfag^ 
mmmuig, rioting, orthoepy, eart&y, wherewithal, wreathing, wriAfng, 
reaasame, warehousing, hwefip, refief, Raiph, revere, heiiioom, realm, 
Harfom, reality, royslty, nailery, horofogy, re/i«A, war^e, re/ie, hirafio^ 
re/ying, roi/ing, railing, relaying, erelong, rolling, whirling, ralllving, rS 
ing, rowelling, rarify, rarity, rarely, roarer, hierarchy, reheaviiig, mtr> 
ing, rainbow, warrantee, hereinto, whereinto, hereunto, wberennto, 
warranty, rondeau, ironwood, renewal, wrench, orange, range, arrange, 
iSheniah, wryneck, £oanoke, ruining, renewing, richly, archly, reach- 
ing, arching, reiudge, ridging, raging, urging, heirship, worship, reaason, 
rushing, Bechab, requiem, ncketv, rackety, arcade, Arciadia, re-echoed, 
recall, recoil, Bockwell, heroically, require, rakish, wreaking, rocking^ 
raking, wrecking, working, racking, regalia, Argyle, regale, rogaish, rig- 
ging, arguing, wronged, harangued, wringer, wronger, rank, ringing, 
wronging, haranguing. 

Unhappily, unpack, Winnepeg, nipping, napping, nnhooping, nab6lH 
nobody, nebula, unbar, unbeing, nabbmg, infamy, unlair, naivety, nnveS, 
Navarre, knavisA, invoke, unweaving, inveighing;, envying, nymph, en- 
mity, animate, named, Numidia, unmade, numbed, nameily, unmarry. 
mmioor, nominee, pneumonia, unmake, naming, numbing, entomb, ana^ 
omy, notary, untying, needily, handily, unduly, unheeding, undying, un- 
doing, endowing, endueing, anthem, anathema, nothing, unwieldy, un- 
healuy, unwealtby, kneefing, annealing, unwilling, nailing, inhaling, 
knelling, unhardy, unearthy, unworthy, nearly, unwarily, narrowly, hon- 
orary, narrower. New York, Newark, nearing, unwearying, unerring, 
inunng, Ninevab, ninety, inanity, noonday, innuendo, unhandy, ninth, un- 
hinge, nuncio, anchovy, notching, hunching, Angelo, hinging, enjoying, 
unship, un«&ady, upAeathe, insure, gnashing, unusual, uncuiially, hen- 
coop, income, iniquity, unquiet, uncouth, unequal, unequally, uncoil, en- 
quire, inouiry, encore, encage, uncage, Hancock, incog, nicking, knock- 
ing, unyoking, unhooking, enigma, unhanged, winningly, knowmgly, un- 
hanging. 

Hotchpotch, chipping, chopping, chapping, Cholmondely, [pronounced 
Chumley,'] chimney, chiming, chilling, cherub, charity, cheerily, charily, 
charge, cnerish, Cherokee, cheering, charring, chaining, Chickapee, 
Choctaw, chalking, cheeking, choking, chucking, chink, chinky, diunk, 
chinking. 

Hajypaour, hodgepodge, jibboom, jubilee, jobbing, jibing, gyving, Jemi- 
ma, Gemini, Jamaica, jamming, jotting, jetting, jutting, Judith, agedly, 
Jotham, joyously, jalap, agility, jollity, aguely, joUily, Julianna, jewelling, 
Jeremy, Jeremiah, Jerome, joram, juror, Jerusha, Jericho, jerk, jeering, 




ispanan, sneepisn, snipping, snoppmg, snapm^, snaDuuy, snavmg, snov- 
ing, Isbmael, Shimri, shaming, shamming, shading, shedding, shadowing, 
aAeathing, shallop, Shelby, shelf^ shelve, shall, shield, shelled, shallovrly, 
«Ailling, shelving, sharp, sheriff, surety, shearer, shearing, sharing, assnri 
ing, Ashantee, shanty, oceanic, Oceanica, shining, Chicago, shocking, 
shaking, shank. 

Cupola, equipage, keeping, equipping, copying, coping, cuppmg, wp- 



^HONOGRAPHIO WORD-BOOK NO. U. 45 

pins, cobweb^ eabob, cabal, cabl»ge, Qaebec, cabic, congfahi^, cuffing, 
qndmngtcoret, cavity, caveat, equivoqae, caving, Cambay, oonnty, como- 
aj, CamUZa, come/y, calm/y, chimera, qiialmisb, comic, Accomac, comb- 
ing, calming, quieter, catarrh, chaotic, aquatic, hectic, quieting, academy, 
Cafeb, calipn, qua/ify, co/amn. quafity, eqna^ty, ChaMea, coo^, co2fier, 
cholera, eofony, cooCishf caiash, co/ic, co/^quy, caZico, co^agiie, ecfogue, 
keeping, eqaaMing, kUlingt ca^ng, coi/ing, qoaiZing, que^nng, cnmng, 
eoofing, carp, curb, Caribbee, Corfu, curTew, curve, carve, quorum, 
qonrto, oueer/y, career, currier, courier, Corunna, courage, carriage. 
eoriE, corky. Kirk, quirk, cargo, quarrying, acquiring, currying, carrying, 
caring, canopy, connive, convoy, convey, economy, iconinm, canto, coun- 
ty, candy, Canada, keen/y, queen/y, canaille, canal, quench, coinage. 




coeqnalfy, cocknejr, kickmg, caulking, caking, quaking, cooking, cogged, 




J,. . ^ . ^ .. ^ .. . Gue/pl, „ . „ ., 

Gaffifee, goUery, Ga/ena, Ga//i£»a, Gra^^ic, GaeAc, gating, ^[u/Zing, garb, 
Oarfoy, gorge, ignore, gainmg, gunning, veagoning, guagmg, gougmg, 
gashing, ^hing, Guayaquill, gagging. 
Yoang&ng, Hungary, winking, anguish. 

Exercise II. 

Words written wUh treble-length conwnantrngns. 

Hoitytoity, tdte-i-t6te ; twitted, hotheaded, attitude, tattooed : — Audit- 
ed, dotted, dieted, dated, edited, doted, doubted; deeded, deadhead, 
dead wood. 

EXEROISB III. 

Words of two consonant-signs^ with a final s-circle. 

Pamice, piteous, poetess, poetize, Pythias, pathos, hap/ess, pofice, 

?alse, palace, hope/ess, pe/isse, piles, poles, pulls, peeress, Pyrrhus, poms, 
aria, pierce, purse, parse, peruse, happiness, apex. 

Obvious, beeves, beauteous, bodice, abduce, bathos, bisons, Bafize, 
bourse, abeyance, because, box, ibex, Bacchus. 

Pboebus, Fabias, fives, famous, foetus, fides, fidse, wife/ess, fierce, Pha- 
ttM, force, fiirze, farce, finis, affiance, finesse, euphonious, fewness, euphn- 
nize, eflSgies, officious, fix, affix, fox, folks, focus. 

Va/ise, wavetoss, viewtoss, avarice, various, virus, Venus, Venice, heav- 
iness, vicious, vex. 

Emboss, aimtess, emufous, hometoas, Morse, Maurice, Morris, mayor* 
ess, morose, morass, amorous, humorous, Mars, ominous, menace, minus, 
Minos, humanize, Machias, mix, makes. ;. 

Topaz, typhus, outface, Thomas, Thames, tedious, witness, atfos, Taurus, 
terrace, terse, tierce, haughtiness, witness, wittiness, hotness, whiteneai, 
eyewitness, weightiness, wetness, Tunis, tax, hatcaie, tongi. 



46 PBOKOOKAFHIO W0BJ>-800X JKO* XL 

Hea^lpSeoe, depoMy debase, dabioiii^ de&oe, edifice^ diflbie, dsviouib \ 
daidoe, devite, fdvice, advise, demise, dbteous, deduce, duds, lieedloB^ . 
aidfess, bead/ess, dewtess, idealize, idofize, odorous, duresse, andianes^ 
oddness, Adonis, wideness, Dennis, woodiness, dewiness, duchess, anda> 
cioQS, Diz, docks, decks, doings. 

TbaddetiA, Theseus, theorize, etherize, ethics. 

Heathenize. 

Lapse, elapse, A/ps, A/pfaens, /ettace, /otis, 2attice, AtwZess, walms, ]u> 
lariouBt lUneaa, hoZfowness, fioness, a^^iance, oi/iness, je2ft>wneas, whoto- 
ness, ho/iness, towness, woo/iness, aZfowance, Lyons, eo/ogize, budoia, 
LneioB, ^ewise, fox, /angs. 

Repass, repose, Erebus, Arabs, Orpheus, orifice, refuse, JSufiu, rerisa, 
remiss, reams, arms, riotous, radius, arduous, reduce, refoase, rei^ZB, 
hoirtess, rehearse, wryness, airiness, hairiness, erroneous, harness, roifr 
ous, Uranus, righteous, rejoice, orgies, Argos, Argus. 

Infuse, invoice, envious, novice, entice, notice, induce, Indna, uowif 
days, endwise, Indies, Andes, Norse, unhorse, unawares, Narrows, niglik 
ness, annoyance, Ninus, oneness, enhance, newness, announce, Natohei, 
nauseous, incase, encase, uncase, onyx, annex. 

Chops, cha/ice, Chinese. 

Jabez, James, Judas, judaize, joyfess, Julius, edge^sss, jeaAms, genial 
Junius, Genoese, Janus, Jonas, hugeness, jocose, jackass. 

Sheers, shares, shyness, showiness. 

Usurious. 

Cheops, copse, coppice, copious, capias, equipoise, Caiphas, qnietni^ 
Cadiz, ca£tous, coalesce, keels, equalize, course, chorus, caress, coerce, 
curse, accurse, curious, cuirass, carouse, weakniess, coyness, cautions. 

Egotize, goddess, gills, gales, gallows, gayness, Agnes, agonize. 

Anxious, nunks. 

Exercise IV. 

Words of three consonarU^signs — the last being the alphabetic 

8 or z. 

Papacy, pitsaw, pothouse, Potosi, potassa, palsey, policy, pursue, pan* 
acea:— Betsey, Boadicea, bullseye, beerhouse, buoyancy, bakehouse:— 
Fallacy, foresee, Pharisee, fimcy, foxy, efficacy: — Embassy, Malmsey, 
midsea, madhouse, Melissa, mercy, Manasseh :-^Tipsy, Tobias, Tal&> 
hassee, Tennessee, eatinghouse :— Devisee, Darius, dairy house, adequacy: 
— Theresa: — ^Linsey, lunacy, Alonzo, legacy, loghouse :-— Ramsey, pe» 
lessee, workhouse :— Nancy :^Chelsea :—Gipsey, jealousy, Geuessee^ 
Genesseo : — Accuracy. 

Exercise V. 

Words ivrittm with an L-HooK-sieN, followed hy a simple conso* 

nant-sign, 

Appleoie; plumb, plume; Platea, Plato, Pluto; playday; playhouse; 
plaza; player; Pliny; pledge; plush; pluck; plague, pbg; plyingi ap* 
plying, playing, ploughing. 



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Bbb; bloff; blame, bloom ; blithe; bker, blar, blower, abler; bleach, 
blotch; oblige; blcuh, bloeiih; bleak, block, black; hobUing, blow^ 

flip, flop, flap; flabby; efflaTia; flame, phlegm, flam, flame; flitty, 
fligbtj, floaty; fluid ; fleecyi flywheel, flail; flier, highflier. Flora, flow- 
er, flowery, flare; flitch; fledge; flesh, flash, flash: flock, flake, fluke; 
flog, flag,, flaggy; fleeing, flying, highflying, flowing, fling, whiffing, flay- 
ing, flnng- 

Hemlock. 

Whittling. 

Idler, wheedler, waddler, haddler ; idling, wheedling, waddUng, bod- 
dlfaig, addling. 

Unlatch ; inlock, onlock, unlike, unlucky ; inlaying. 

CUp, clap ; club ; cliff, clef; cleave, clave, clevy, clove ; climb, claim, 
■odhnm, clam, clammy; cloudy; cloth; clothe; clear, Clare, Clara; 
eloftsh; clash, dayish; clique, click, clock, cloak, clack, clack; clog; 
gUdk, clawing, cloying, clung, dang, hackling, clewing. 

Glib, globe; glaive, glove; sleam, glum, gloom, gloomy; eagle-eyed; 
gloasy, glassy; glare, glory; glowing, haggling. 

£xEEu:!iss YI. 

Words toriUen with an R-HooK-siaif , followed by a simple consonant- 

sign. 

m 

Prop, apropos; probe; proof; privy, prove, approve; prim, prime, 
proem ; piPetty ; pnthee ; prowess ; prosjr ;* April, prowl ; prior, prayer, 
priory, prairie ; preach, approach ; rmt ria ; prick ; prog, prig, Prague ; 
pryine, prayinff. 

Bribe ; brief; breve, brave, bravo ; brim, Ibraham, Brahma, Abraham, 
Abnim, broom ; ebriety ; Brady ; broth, breath ; breathe ; breezy ; broil, 
brawl ; briar, brewer, brewery ; brawny, briny, O'Brien ; breach, 
breachy, broach, brooch ; bridge, abridge ; bru»^ bru«Ay, hn$h ; brick. 
Brock, break, broke, brack, bracky, brook ; brig, brogue, brag ; bring, 
braying, brung, brewing. 

Ephraim, from, frame ; Friday ; frith, froth, frothy ; freefy, fnll, frail ; 
freer, friar ; Phrygia ; fresh, afresh; freak, frock, Afnc, Africa ; frog ; free- 
ing, offering, frying, wafering. 

Overpay; overbuy, verb; overdo, everyday; oversee; overwise; over^ 
haul, overftiy, Haverhill ; overhear, everywhere, overweary • over watch, 
Virtae: average; ovenrAoe; wavering, hovering, overiiang. 

Hammering, humoring. 

Trip, tripe, trope, trap, troop; tribe; trough, trophy; trim; treaty, 
troy-weight; triad; truth; Tracy, utter/y, trial, trill, trail, troll, tru/y; 
trier, utterer, truer; triune; truage; tra«A, tra«^y; trick, trochee, truck, 
track, trachea; trig; tiring, watering, uttering. 

Drip, drop, drape, droop; drub, drab; drive, drove; dream, dram, 
drachm; Druid; drouth; dressy; drowsy; drill, drawl, droll, dryfy, 
dreol; drear, dreary, drawer, acyer; dzedge, drudge; drake draco; 
drug, drag ; drawing, drying. 



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Throb; thriTo; tliniia;thioiiglMmt; thrijl, thrall ;threMydiriiiilylhnMif 
throoff, throwing. 

Hitherto; wiuiering, weathering. 

Unrip, nnripe, enwrap, unwrap; Henrietta; unready; in wreathe, vn- 
wreathe; unraal, enroll, nnroU, unm/y ; enrich; enrage; tmraah; unrig | 
honoring, unwrung. 




Shr^b, Blmibby; shrieye, shrive, shrove; ihriU, tbnUy; ahrewiaht 
ahriek'i shrug; ushering. 

Usurer. 
. Creep, crop, crape, croup ; crib, crab ; crave ; cream, creamy, Crimea, 
crime, crumb, cram; create, cruet; crossway, Cressy; crazy; crawl, 
cruel, cruelly ; crier ; crony, crayon ; crotch, crutch, crouch ; cruah, crash ; 
creak, creek, crock, Cracow, croak, crack, crook ; crag ; crying, accraing. 

Grip, Agrippa, gripe, grape, grope, group ; grab, grob ; gruff; grieve, 
aggrieve, grave, gravy, grove, groove; groom, Graham; gritty, grotto; 
greedy, O'Grady ; growth, ^^assy ; greasy ; eager/y , Gree/y, ^rowl, gru- 
el; grower; grudge; grayish; Greek; grog; agreeing, growmg. 

EzBBClSB YII. 
Words toriUen with a simple consonant-iign^ followed by an l-hook- 

SION. 

People, papal, pupil ; payable, Puebla, pebble, pebbly ; hopeful, hope- 
fully ; pommel, {>ammel ; petal ; peddle, puddle, paddle, poodle ; pithily ; 
penal, panel ; api«Aiv ; picsle. 

Bauble, Bible, Babel, bubble, babble ; buf^o, baffle ; bevel ; beetle, 
bottle, battle ; beadle, Biddle; Bethel; boyi«&/y, bu«Ae^; buckle; bog- 



gle, bugle. 

Feeble, leeoiy, loiDie, laDie, attabie, aitaoiy; 
final, finally, fennel, funnel ; ia^ial^ officto/, omcially ; fickle. 



Feeble, feebly, foible, &ble, affable, affiibly; fiddle, fuddle, faddle; 



Yerily; venal, venally, evenly, vainly, heavenly; vigil; vehicle, vocal, 
vocally. 

Imply, employ, maple; amiable, amiably, humble; muffle; middle, 
model, medal, meddle, muddle ; mainly, humanly, humanely ; Mitchell ; 
meekly, Michael, muckle. 

Tipple, topple ; eatable, table ; hateful, hatefully, toughly ; tittle, twa^ 
tie, tiUe, total, totally, tattle; tweedle, twaddle, toodle; tunnel; Tekel, 
tickle, tackle. 



Deploy, dapple; audible, audibly, edible, double, doubly, dabble; 
MMiful, beedtuily, deafly ; devil ; ducal. 
Youthful, youthfiiUy, thickly, ethical, ethically. 



Hea/able, /iable, ^ibel, 2abei, aifowable, aZ/owably; Zawful, lawfully, 
wi^, wiifully; lively, tevel, tovely, ai/uvial; hell\$hlj; likely; fegal, fo- 
gally. 

iSipple, Ripley, reply, reapply ; warble, horrible, horribly, wearable, 
rebel, ruble, arable, rabble ; rifle, raffle, roughly, ireful, irefiilly, raffle, 
rueful, ruefully; revel, rival, arrival, ravel; auroral, rurai^ runUfl 
rtjikly ; oracle ; regal, regally, wriggle. 



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Nifwle ; nibble^ Niblo, Nabal, enable, imable, noble, noblj, ennoble^ 
BanmilMl; novel, naval, naively* anvil; enamel, animal; angel; udUoI; 
NichoU, knnckle, nnclew. 

Cheaply, chapel ; chiefly, vratcbfal, watchfully ; channel ; chookle. 

Joyral; jovial, jovially ; genial, genially; ioggle, joggle. 

Wiafafnl, wiflhfally, ehuffle ; shovel ; shuttle ; s&ack&. 

Coaple; quibble, eqnable, equably, cobble, cable; coffle, wakefiil, 
eoeral, cavil ; camel; caudle, cuddle; kennel; cudgel; cockle, cackle; 
ooggle. 

Gobble, gable, gabble ; gavel, gunwale ; hoggi«A/y, waggU^; giggle, 



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ande, ankle ; angle. 



Exercise VIIl. 



Whrdt written with a simpU consonani-sign^ followed by the UF- 

STROKE rZ-sieif. 

Peri/, pear/ : — Bery/, Burri/, barrel : — Furl :— Mora/, morally, Mertill, 
mnra/: — Tyrol, twirl: — Lajireli — Guar/: — Cora/, coratfy, cur^ curly , 
carle, caro/ :•— GiW. 

EXEROIBE IX. 

Words writUn with a simple consonant'sigriffoUowed by an r- 

HOOK-8ION. 

Pauper, piper, paper, pepper, peppery, popery, puffer, paver, palmer, 
poetry, padre, powder, powdery, pinery, penury, oppugner, po^r, 
packer. 

Beaver, abettor, betray, bother, binary, banner, Abner, Beecher, butch- 
er, butchery, badger, beaker, bicker, baker, bakery, backer, Aboukir, 
beggar, begwjT. 

Foppery, fibber, fibre, fifer, fever, favor, fitter, fiehter, fetter, after, &t- 
ter, feeder, fodder, feother, feathery, &ther, finer, nnery, feature, future, 
fiaher, fissure, fishery, figure. 

Viper, vapor, voter, vainer, venery, voucher, voyager, vicar, vigor, va- 

iiamper, ombre, ember, embryo, umbra, imbrue, Humphrey, mover, 
meter, mitre, mater, mutter, matter, madder, mother, minor, manner, 
major, measure, mocker, mockery, maker, haymaker, meagre. 

Taper, toper, Tupper, Tabor, tougher, whatever, titter, twitter, totter, 
tifffater, tatter, tutor, tawdry, tither, tether, tinner, tenor, tanner, teacher, 
tuker, taker, tucker, outcry, tiger, tugger. 

Dipper, dapper, diaper, Deborah, differ, defray, diver, Dover, daugh- 
ter, auditor, editor, debtor, doubter, deanery, dinner, donor, ditcher, 
dodger, dowager, decree, dicker, decry, decker, ducker, degree, digger, 
dagger. 

Thievery, theatre. 

Withdraw, withdrew, thither. 

Leper, labor, /ubber, /oafer, /augher, /ever, /iver, /ivery O/iver, /aver, 
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ktwer, litter, Walter, altar, Inlter, lighter, loiter, later, letter, latter, iiftr\ j 
leader, wilder, elder, older, holder, ladder, IioUier, leather, Elea&or, «f , 
nar, lanar, lechery, lodges, ledger, leisare, fiquor, lucre, leoker, allegoiy, 
leagaer, alle^, logger. 

Reaper, npper, barper, wrapper, robber, rubber, arbor, harbor, reefer, 
revery, wherever, river, raver, rover, r&ymer, roamer, armor, annoty, 
mmor, Warner, mnner, archer, archery, richer, nuher, raiore, eraBme; 
woricer, rigor, rogueiy. 

Newbury, neighbor, knavery, never, whenever, Hanover, enamor, ea* 
try, nutria, winter, wintry, Andrew, neither, nether, another, nunnery, 
nature, injure, imury, knocker, negro, Niger. 

Chopper, chaner, Gheever, achiever, whichever, chimer, chider, chow- 
der, Cfaefthire, checker, choaker. 

Jobber, jabber, Jeffrey, Jethro, joker, jigger. 

Shiver, shivery, shaver, «Aaker, «ttgar. 

Keeper, copper, caper, cooper, coffer, quiver, cover, quaver, cfdmsr, 
cotter, cater, equator. Hector, cutter, actor, accoutre, coiner, awakenw, 
ood^er, quicker, quaker, quackery, cookery, cougar. 

Giver, gaiter, gstter, gutter, gather, gunner, gunnery, gainer, wagon- 
er, ganger, gouge. 

Anchor, hunger, hungry, younger, anger, angry. 

EZSROISB X. 

Words writUn with an l-hook amsonant-ngih with thefior z-cie« 

CLE at the end. 

Please, applause, plies, applies; place, plays, plus ; apples: — Bliss, 
hobbles ; blaze, blows ; blues : — Fleece, flaws, waffles, flies ; flays, flows ; 
flues: — Evils, hovels : — Whittles : — Wheedles, waddles, idols, idles ; hud- 
dles; addles: — Inlays, analyze; unlace, unlays, unless; annals, unloose: 
— Hetchells: — Clause; close, close; class, clews: — Eagles, gleee, wig- 
gles, gloss ; glaze, glows, ogles ; glass, glues. 

EZXROISE XI. 

Words written wiJk an r-hook consonant-sign^ with a cirde at 

the endm 

Prize f apprize, price ; praise, appraise, press, oppress, prose ; prows : 
-—Breeze, Hebrews, hebraize; brays, brace; brass, bruise, brows:-— 
Freeze, friz, offers, fries; phrase: — Wavers, hovers: — Hammers, hur 
mors:— Trice, tries; trace, truss; truce :— Dross ; dress, address; drowse: 
•—Authoress, thrice, authorize; throes:— Withers; weatherwise, other- 
vrise :— Honors :— Watchers :^ Wagers :— Ushers : — Crease, cross, acroas, 
cries ; craze ; cruse, cruise :— Qreece, grease, egress ; grace, graze, gross, 
grows, ogress; grass. 



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EXERCISB Xn. 

Wardi wriUen with the spl-seeies of eotuonant-ngnt. 

Sanplj ; Hippie :— -Sybil ; eable : — Safely : — Civil» civilly, Seville, swir- 
«l:^J3iiiiiIe:---6ettley rabUe: — Swaddle, aidle; Middle: — Sothel:— Se- 
nila:— Switohel; aatchel :— Sickle, aickly, cycle ; nckle 

EZBRCISE XIII. 

Whrds written with the alphabetic s or E-sieif, followed by a fuU" 
length consonant'Hgn, with an l-hook attached to iL 

Utefiil, naefally, icicle, EzekieL 

Exercise XIY. 

Words written with the trifle coMonant-combination of the e-series. 

Sweeper, spree, ripper, spry; spray, supper; sapper, sprew :•— Gibber, 
sebra; sabre, sober: — Cypher; safer, suffer, zepoyr:<--8avior, savor, 
•ever; salver: — Seemer, simmer, swimmer; summer: — Sweeter, straw; 
aatyr, stray, strow, setter ; strew, suitor : — Cedar, solder, cider ; sadder :— 
SeeCher; soother: — Senior, rinner, signer; saner; sooner :— Suture :— 
Sager:— -Seizure: — Seeker, sicker; sucker; sacker, Zachary, screw:— 
Se^er, swigger; swagger. 

Exercise XV. 

Words loritten tcith an alphabetic s or z, followed by a full-length 
consonant-sign, with an r-hook attached to it. 

Whisper :— Housewifery : — Whosoever, howsoever' :^Seawater, ice- 
water :— Asriguer : — Issacher, Oscar : — Wiseacre. 

Exercise XVI. 

Words written with a simple consonant-sign, with an s or z->circle 
at the beginning and another at the end. 

Spice; space, suppose; spouse: — Suffice; suffuse: — Samoa: — Side- 
wars ; seduce :— Sfice, sotece ; zeatous ; s/uice :— Serious, series ; source : 
--Sneeze, since, sinus ; sense ; snooze : — Squeeze, six ; sex ; Sacs. 



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Exercise XYII. 

Words written loith an alphabetic s or z-sign, foUowed by a fiM' 
length consonant, toith ansor z-circle at the end. 

Auspice, espooBe : — Ossifies : — Isthmus, assumes :•— Hostess :— Usefeas 
—-Azores : — Science, iciness, easiness, wiseness. 

Exercise XVIII. 
Words unitten tmth a simple consonant-sign, preceded by an ST* 

LOOP. 

Steep, stop ; step ; stoop : — Stub, stubby ; stab :— Stiff ; stuff; staff:— 
Stave, stove : — Steam ; stem : — State ; stout, statue : — Steed ; staid, stead, 
steady, stowed, stud, study; stood, studio: — Stithy: — Stays, stows j 
stews : — SteeZ, stee/y, sti/Z, staZZ, styZe ; sta/e, SteZZa, stoZe ; stooZ:— Steer; 
stare, stairway, store, stir; star, starry: — Stain, stooe, stony, stun:— 
Stitch : — Stage, stowage : — Stick, stalk, stock, stocky ; stake, stoke, stuck, 
stucco; stack:— Stag: — Sting; staying, stowing, stung ; stewing. 

Exercise XIX. 
Words written with a simple consonant-sign, foUowed by an bt or 

ZD-LOOF. 

Pieced, appeased, poised; pnste, post, opposed, pest; past:— -Bea^; 
based, abased, best, behest, boast, bust, buzzed ; boost, abused :•— Feast, 
fist, foist; faced, effaced; fast, fused, effused: — Vest; vast, avast: — Mist; 
moist; amazed, most, must; massed, amassed, mused, amused: — Teased, 
twist, tossed ; test, attest, toast : — Deist; dosed, dozed, dust; educed, ad- 
duced: — Theist; atheist: — Assist, assized; assessed: — Easiest, wisest; 
zest: — ^Least, Zist, Zost, whiZst; Zaced, Zest, Zust; Zast, Zoosed: — ^Wrist; 
raised, erased, rest, aorist, roast, worst ; harassed, roost, roust, roused, 
aroused : — Honest, noised ; nest ; no(jsed, unused, unhoused : — Chaste, 
chest: — Gist, joist; jest, just; joust: — Kissed, quizzed, cost, accost, cant- 
ed, cased, quest, coast, hoaxed ; cast, waxed, accused : — August ; guest, 
ghost, gust, august ; aghast. 

Exercise XX. 

Words written tmih a full-length and a half-length consonant-sign-^ 

the half 'length sign last* 

Puffed, pivot, paved, upheaved, pimped, pumped, appetite, optate, 
petit, pitied, pitted, petted, patted, putid, padded, epithet, pelt, PiAita, 
piZot, poZite, peZZet, appeZZate, epauZette, poZZute, paZZet, paZate, puZZet, 
pealed, api^aled, appalled, piled, paled, upheld, polled, uphold, pulled, 
pirate, upnght, uproot, port, part, apart, peered, appeared, pared, poured. 



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pud, pitched, poached, mtched, paged, npdtot, pnihed, piqaed, Fict, 
picket pocket, pecked, poked, pacKed, packet, paked. 

Bi^t, buff^ abaft, behaved, behooved, beamed, boomed, bitted, be- 
tide, baited, abated, abe^^, ebbtide, booted, batted, habited, bodied, 
ttedded, beheaded, boded, badded, bedewed, bethought, bathed, bi/fot, 
boilt, obAite, bolt, ba^t, ba/2ette, buZtet, build, bald, boiled, bailed, be- 
trailed, bold, beheld, behold, beard, abhorred, byword. Bayard, board, 
bud, bard, beached, habituate, botched, bewitcned, budget, budged, 
bow«&ot, abashed, beaked, balked, baked, bucked, bucket, racked, book- 
ad, bigot, begot, bogged, beget, begged, bagged. 

Fobbed, fumed, fitted, fiited, fetid, &ttea, waited, footed, &ded, half- 
dead, fewest, fi^t, folate, felt, affiliate, field, afield, filled, filed, foiled, 
Uled, felled, fold, fooled, fulled, ferret, fort, feared, fired, fidget, officiate. 
• Vapid, vivid, vomit, vamped, vetoed, voted, avoided, evaded, heaviest, 
fmah, vioAite, vio/et, vatet, veiled, availed, avert, veered, averred, viand, 
vitiate. 

Mopped, moped, mapped, mobbed, imbued, moved, Mahomet, maim- 
ed, meted, imitate, emitted, omitted, mated, emptied, matted, mooted, 
madded, methought, method, mouthed, malt, omelet, melt, emoAite, mu^ 
let, ma/2eate, Hamfet, amufet, humi/iate, mild, mailed, mould, mulled, 
merit, mart, muriate, mired, homeward, marred, moored, matched, im- 
aged, matAed, emaciate, mocked, maggot. 

Tipped, topped, tip|>et, tapped, tepid, Thibet, Tobit, hotbed, outbid, 
tempt, attempt, teamed, timid, timed, tamed, toothed, teethed, tithed, 
tilt, twitisht, toUet, tilled, toiled, tolled, outright, iterate, turret, tart, out- 
root, tired, attired, toward, tarred, towered, outward, twitched, touched, 
attached, twoedged, whitewa<Aed, tweaked, ticket, talked, etiquette, 
tacked, tact, attacked, tugged, tagged. 

Dipped, adopt, adept, adapt, c^pute, duped, debate, debit, daubed, 
dablMa, dabbed, admit, damped, deemed, Diomede, damned, doomed, 
dafight, daWight, diZate, dealt, dwelt, dolt, adult, di/ute, dulled, doled, 
dirt, dart, dared, adored. Woodward, disit, dodged, di«Aed, da«Aod, edict, 
docked, docket, diked, decked, duc^ adequate, ducat, woodcut, digged, 



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left, thumped, thumbed, thwart, athwart, thatched, thicket, thwack- 
ed. 

Withhold, withheld. 

Eapied, ice-boat, assumed, housemaid, astute, hoisted, wasted, basted, 
onsted, assault, 08ciZ2ate, iso&te, whistled, assailed, hustled, household, 
asnrt, assert, seaward, Seward, house waid, escheat, assoctate, assuaged, 
whisked, husked, asked. 

Hesitate, Oswald, wizard, hazard. 

Leaped, ee/pot, he/ped, eZoped, /appet, lapped, /ooped, wha/eboat, hali- 
but, e/bowed, /eafed, lift, left, loft, aloft, laughed, alfoviate, elevate, leav- 
ed, lived, livid, laved, levied, loved, limit, wellmet, helmet, lumped, 
fimbed, lamed, whelmed, alamode, wilted, halted, alfotted, lighted, 
alishted, elated, welted, wielded, yielded, lauded, elided, laded, lieaded, 
Eldad, loaded, loathed, holiest, lowest, Alt, lolled, lulled, wheelwright, 
alert, leered, leeward. Milliard, hellward, wellread, lowered, lured, al- 
ined, linnet, walnut, alienate, hellhound, leeched, latched, latchet, fodg- 



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ed, aUodge^f leikad, licked, kxsket, locked, liked, lacked, looked, fci^gael 
logged, legged, lugged, lasged. 

Repeat, reaped, ripped, warped, repaid, harped, terapped, ropntB, 
rapid, orbit, nereaboat, whereaboat, rebate^ rebat, rabbet, riwbed, 
ribbed, robed, rabbed^ rabid, reefed, rift, refit^ borriGed, reft, raft^ rorf 
ed, refute, riret, raved, roved, reviewed, remit, remote, bermit, rinmed, 
warmed, rhymed, roamed, wormed, armed, harmed, rammed, airtiffli^ 
rotate, rottea, righted, rioted, rated, rooted, routed, warded, awatvusd, 
horded, herded, worded, earthed, wreathed, t^rithed, refote, harlot, red- 
ed, roiled, railed, herald, hurled, world, whirled, ruled, rewrite, ArarBi; 
reared, reward, roared, hornet, aeronaut, reunite, runnet, Orient, hoar* 
bound, renewed, honrhand, treached, recheat, arched, ridged, rigid, im 
ed, ear«4ot, ru«Aed, wreaked, rocked, rocket, requite, raked, wrecked, 
erect, worked, react, racked, racket, arrog^ate, ragged, argued, ragged.^ 

Nipped, uuwhipped, unwept, unapt, inhibit, inbnbit, niobed, unobeyed, 
nabbed, neophvte, unfit, invite, envied, invade, unavowed, untaught, o^ 
tate, annotate, knighted, untied, united, hinted, knitted, wanted, knotted, ■■ 
noted, netted, hunted, haunted, needed, indeed, unheeded, unweeded, | 
imdid, nodded, unaided, ended, unwedded, handed, wounded, endowed, 
endued, unthawed, newest, knelt, annealed, unhealed, unalli<ed, ooalloj- 
ed, unallayed, nailed, inhaled, unhallowed, unallowed, narrate, onhmt, 
inert, onerate, iieared, inward, onward, unheard, iiard, inured, onknit^ 
unwind, unannoyed, unhand, notched, hunched, nnhatched, hinged, en* 
joyed, gnashed, initiate, nauseate, unwashed, unshut, unshod, inchottto^ 
nicked, uncaught, knocked, unawaked, naked, unyoked, uncut, enact, 
unhooked. 

Chipped, chopped, hotchpot, chafed, chaffed, Cheviot, achieved, champ- 
ed, chimed, cheated, chatted, chided, chilled, child, chart, chariot, chee^ 
ed, watchword, charred, chalked, checked, choked. 

Egypt, gibbet, jobbed, ^bed, gyved, jumped, jammed, agitate, jotted, . 
jutted, jaded, iilt, jolt, Ju/iet jewelled, jeereid, jarred, giant, joked, eject, 
jacket, jockied, joeged, jasged. 

Shipped, shaped, shift, shaft, sheaved, shaved, shoved, shamed, asham- 
ed, Ashmead, shotted, shouted, shaded, shadowed, sheathed, short, ahirt, 
sheared, shared, assured, showered, shocked, shucked. 

Equipped, caput, kept, coped, cupped, capped, cooped, copied, occu- 
pied, Cupid, cubit, cohabit, Ichabod, coughed, cuffeo, quaffed, caved, 
calved, comet, comate, combed, calmed, camped, quitted, aconltted, 
quieted, quietude, quoted, cadet, weakheaded, acquiesced, onilt, co^ 
/ate, colt, keeled, equalled, killed, called, coiled, quailed, quelled, cold, 
culled, cooled, quart, cohort, court, carat, cart, carrot, accurate, cord, 
accord, awkward, acquired^curd, card, cured, Connaught, aconite, can- 
not, keeneyed, hacknied, couched, catched, caged, quashed, cashed, 
cushat. 

Gift, gamut, gamed, gummed, guided, goaded, guilt, gu2fet, guild, gall- 
ed, gold, gulled, girt, garret, guard, gored, gird, Hugufenot, ignite, gaug- 
ed, gouged, gushed, gashed. 

Winked, ingot. 



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EXKBCISB XXL 

Wkrds in whidi, the ierminatwnal half4mgtk amsowtnt'^gn w not 
m»ed. Tkey are aU wriUeti witk three ImONq coirsoirAifT-sieifs. 

Piffowed, palfid, parade, parried :-*Betied, boKied, borrowed, buried, 
barruwed : — Fo^owed, forehead, ferried, furrowed i — Va^id, va/ued, va* 
ried:— MeiKowed, hemorrhoid, married ^— Tatfied, torrid, outride, tirade, 
OBtherod, tarried: — DuZ/eyed, Ade&ide, dallied, delude, deride:— Thy^ 
roid :— Holyrood, /urid:*-ite/ied, reload, raZ^ied :— Unarrmyed, narrow- 
ad ^'-GeAd, Jared :— Charade, Sherwood : — Queried, quarried, corrode, 
parried, carried :— Gifead, gol/ied. 

• 

ExERCtSS XXII. 

Whrds wriUen witk a dofibU^lengUt oofwoftafit-ngn, witk a circle 

at the end. 

Pappooa, pappooaei-^Tedious: — Duteous:— Deduce!— Coax. 

Exercise XXIII. 

W(nfd$ wfiUicn with a doubU-lengtk consonant-^gn, followed by a 

full-length consonant-9ign> 

Peeped, pipped, popped, poppet, pupped, puppet, piped : — Kicked, 
qnJckejed, caulked, cocked, cockatoo, cockade, caked, quaked, coquette, 
coAct, cooked : — Bobbed, babyhood :---Judged :•— Gagged. 

Exercise XXIV. 

Wbrdf written with a half-length consonant-sign^ followed by afnU" 

length consonant-sign. 

Epitaph, epitome, potatoe, apt/y pat^y, Peter, potter, pottery, up* 
ir, patter, pewter, pottage, potash, pettish, pothook, optic, poetic, pad- 



dock. 

Beautify, bedim, bottom, bawdi/v, bodily, bad/y, beater, bitter, obitu- 
ary, biter, better, butter, buttery, batter, battery, boudoir, betake, but- 
tocK, betook, bedeck. 

Pootboy, fitly, &tal, fatally, futile, fattisb, feeding, fittiog, fighting, 
fiMlin^, fatting, wafting, footing. 

Avidity, victual, vital, vitally, avoiding, evading, voting. 

Motive, amative, motley, metal, mutely, emetic, mattock :— Midwife, 
modify, medium, madam, mediate, midday, medley, mud wall. 

Detail, diddle, dawdle, daddle, doodle, deadly, deter, detour:— 'De- 
tach, dotage, idiotic. 

Aacetify, esteem, acidity, hostile, hastily, history, Easter, austere^ Aus- 
tria, oyster, estuary, estray, astray, wasteweir, Wooster, hostage, ascetic, 
haystack, housedog, hoisting, hasting, wasting, ousting. 



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Azotic, witdom. 

Heeftap, lighthouse, Zittle, /ight/y, fote/y, fottery, fitanj, fighten, Litii^ 
ha/tio^, /ighting, fotdng, we^tiug. 

iZatiiy, ritualy right/y, retail, hearti/y, rattle, retire, writer, rotary, ori' 
torio, oratory, artery, routine, written, rotten, retain, retina, retinue, fH* 
an, retouch, reattach, heritage, erotic, retake, heretic, heartache, emtic^ 
rotting, imtins; rating, hurtiuff, rooting, routing. 

Redeem, ricklle, hurdle, ham/y, rude/y, reader, order, warder, ridei; 
hardware, ardor, reddi«& radish. 

Notify, native, entity, knighthood, untidy, nightdew, until, nsngfatitj, 
entail, natal, nettle, inutile, nitre, enter, hunter, neuter, winter, wantm, 
entwine, untwine, Anthony, Newton, unteach, nightwatch, antique, antio, 
Antioch, Antigua, knitting, unwitting, hinting, wandng, knotting, knigfat* I 
ing, uniting, ointing, netting, noting, nutting, buntins. { 

Indite, indebt, needle, noddle, handle, endear, undoer, endure, endow* 
ex, wander, yonder, hinder, nadir, Endor, under, Indian, Indiana, ioda^ 
needing, noodiog, winding, ending, handing, wounding. 

Chatham, cheater, watch tower, chatter, chiding. 

Edgetool, Jedediah, geodesy, jading. 

Washtub, shutter, shudder, shatter, Washtinaw, Chautaaque, aheetSn^ 
shutting, shooting, shouting. 

Caitm, codify, octave, octavo, Octavia, active, hecatomb, academy, ket* 
tie, catde, acutely, wicked^, cotton, kidney, cottage, quitting, acqmttiiig, 
coating, quoting, cutdng, acting. 

Godnead, god/y, good/y, Gideon, gotten, getdng, guiding, gadding; 

Exercise XXV. 

Words in which the initial half-length consonant-sign is not used» 
They are all toritten with three long coNsoNANT-sieNS. 

Loudly f levfdly : — iZadiate, redhot, erudite, redoubt, hardihood^ ordaal, 
horrid/y, Waywardfy, readi/y, hurried/y. 

Exercise XXVI. 

WorcU written with a half-length consonant-sign^ toitk the dot at 
the end to represent the final syllable ime. 

Wielding, yielding, leadtW, iaading ; \nding, leadtn^, weldt'n^, load- 
ing; eluding, illadm^, alluding: — Readtnfir, ridding, warding, award* 
ing, Ming ; Beading*, hoarding, wording, herding. 

Exercise XXVIl. 

Words commtndng with an s or z-circle, followed by ttoo long 

consonant-signs, 

• Spotty, speedy, spicy, spill, spile, spoil, spell, spool, spear, spire, spare 
tpar, spar, sparrow, speech, specie, speas, spike, spake, speck, spoke 
sweepmg, sopping, swopping, soaping, suppmg, sapping, spewing, 4 



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Sobdne, Zebedee, Zebediah, sabbath, Sabbaotfa, Siberia, sobbing, 
ibbing. 

Safety, seafowl, sphere, Zephaniah. 

fioavity, severe. Savannah, savage, civic, saving. 

Sambo, simoom, smntty, psalmody, Smith, smooth, seem/y, small, smile, 
•mell, Bomewhile, Samael, smear, somewhere, Samaria, summary, sim- 
ony, smodge, smash, smock, smoke, smoky, smack, seeming, swimming, 
■unooing. 

Seating, sitting, setofl^ set-to, sweet/y, sigfat/y, sweetiM, sotti«^ stoic, 
citing, sating, setting, sweating, suiting. 

Sodom, s»iomy, Sadducee, SweditA, zodiac, Zedekiah, siding. 

Seething, swathing, soothing, southing. 

Steep, sfoepy, s^ip, tlop, stoppy, sfop, sfoop, steb, s/abby, se£f, syZph, 
sleeve, saZiva, s/ave, s/im, solemn, s/ime, s/imy, Sa^m, Safem, s^am, 
ifeety, so2id, swa^wed, su^ied, sfoth, si/^i/y, s/y/y, sfow^y, sofe/y, s/ayer, 
oefery, slur, sa&try, Sa^ina, sfouch, zootogy, sfodse, Si/eM'a, s/i«A, bIosKj 
alosky, s^ufi, alushj, s/eek, s/eeky, u/k, siZica, S/igo, sAig, s/aggy, sfog, 
ceiling, swa/towing, soi/ing, s/aying, se^g, sweZ/ing, so/ing, s/ung, suZ^y- 
ing, stong, satfying. 

Syrup, sorb, serf, serve, swerve, survey, cerum, searoom, swarm, sor- 
tie, aorrowed, serried, swarthy, seaworthy, seraglio, sorrel, sorely, sur- 
ly, mmriy, swearer, sorer, czarma, search, surge, sirocco, Syriac, Zurich, 
aeftring, sorrowing, siring, swearing, serrying, soaring, souring. 

Snip, snipe, snap, snob, Zenobia, snub, sniff, snuff, snuffy, sinuate, senate, 
•nowwhite, sanity, Sunday, zenith, snath, sinuous, snail, sneer, snare, snore, 
Miatcb, singe, swinge, swinish, snowshoe, sneak, snake, scenic, Seneca, 
aaagf snug, sinning, si^in^, snovnng, swooning. 

Sachem, situate, switching. 

Sage/y. 

Qcicialf aocially. 

Skip, scape, scope, scoop, squib, squab, scab, scabby, skiff, scoff, 
scheme, skim, scum, succumb, scathe, sequel, skill, squul, scale, scull, 
■chool, scowl, squaii^y, sca/y, squire, square, scare, score, scar, scour, se- 
cure, Scobarie, Zachariah, skinny, Scotch, sketch, squash, Scotia, squeak, 
seeking, soaking, sucking, skewing. 

Sigma, segar, Saginaw, sagging. 

Singer, sink, zinc, sunk, ssmk, singing, swinging. 

Exercise XXVIII. 
Wards vsritUn loith three long conwnant-signSf the first being the 

AI4PHABETIC 8 or Z-SIGN. 

Espial, aspire, waspi^^, espying ; Isabe^a ; ossifying ; assuming ; asfeep, 
Is&im, asy/um, host/er, wbist/mg, assai/ing; usurp, acerb, houseruom, Is- 
rael ; hyacinth, assigning, hastening ; eschewing ; assuaging ; Esquimaux, 
eaquire, whisking, huskmg, asking ; hissing/y. 

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EXERCISX XX iX. 

Words wriUen tnth two long consonant-ngns^ with on s or x-ciscu 

between them. 

Padf^y paarrey opoflnm, pwici^r» opposite, apposite, pasty, upset, ops^ 
eity, episode, epistle, apostle, pestfe, pazzle, pessary, poser, oppoaer, poi" 
soo, Ipswich, passage, piercing, appeanng, pausing, poising, pacing, pf» 
ing, opposing, passing. 

AbusiTe, boram, besoaght, besot, beset, obesity, bestow, beside, bosied, 
bostle, bosi/y, base/y, baSer, busier, bazaar, Abyssinia, bison, badb, boat> li 
swain, bassoon, beseech, besiege, Biscay, bask, busying, biaasing, basing 
abasing, buzzing, abusing. 

Effusive, pbasma, fiiucet, offset, fusty, fiu^et, facade, fizzle, fossil, fiunk^ 
fusil, officer, festen, physic, £Mnn^, effacing, fusing. 

Evasive, vista, visit, vas^, vizier, visor, visage, vessel, vassal, yiceroy, 
viscera. 

Mishap, missive, massive, miasma, museum, misty, musty, missils, meoi' 
tff Mose^fe, musc/e, muzz/e, emissary, Missouri, miser, misery, Mnmiliii, 
mason, Amazon, message, mosque, Moscow, Mosaic, musk, miuky, mmk, 
music, missing, amazing, amassing, musing, amusing. 

Tasty, testy, tacit, outset, outside, Tueraay, outsail, outsell, tussle, t» 
■el, howitzer, phthysic, tusk, task, Otsego, teasing, to8sii]|[. 

Disobey, deceive, adhesive, disavow, deism, dismay, deceit, dusty, au- 
dacity, decide, dizzied, dissuade, decease, disease, disuse, hideous/^y, do* 
cile, odiousty, headsail, disa/^ow, dazzle, desire, disarray, dizen, disown, 
design, Hu<uon, Addison, disc, desk, dusk, dusky, dizzying, dosing, dos- 
ing, educing, adducing, dowsing. 

Theism, atheism, thistle, Thessa/Ia. 

Lisp, illusive, e/ysium, /yceum, whofesome, eZicit, tewsuit, weZ/set, Ais- 
ty, hi^side, /ucid, wholesale, i!azi/y, loosely, /esser, E/izur, elsewhere, 
ulcer f looser, foser, lusory, i/Zusory, listen, lesson, loosen, Louisiana, wool* 
lock, leasins, lacing, loosing, losing. 

iZecipe, horsewhip, rasp, Orizaba, receive, wearisome, heroism, re- 
sume, receipt, resought, recite, rusty, russet, roseate, recede, reside, 
rosewood, residue, hoarse/y, JSussel, wrestle, Rosalie, horsehair, riser, 
racer, razor, rosary, rouser, reason, risen, rosin, resign, horizon, raisin, 
resin, arson, horseshoe, risk, Boscoe, rescue, rusk, rising, arising, racing, 
raising, erasing, harassing, rousing, arousing. 

Unsafe, winsome, unseat, unsought, honesty, insight, nicety, nasty, in- 
side, nnassayed, unswayed, unsaid, Wednesday, ensued, nestle, uneasi/y, 
nasal, answer, unseen, ensign, insane, unsown, Anson, unison, nosegay, 
unsung, noosing. 

Chisel, chasten, Atchison, chosen, chasten, choosing. 

Joseph, Jesuit, jostle, Jason. 

Cassiopoeia, cohesive, exuvia, chasm, exhume, exit, excite, castaway, 
exceed, oxyde, accede, exude, exile, excel, castle, axle, accuser, cousin, 
waxen, cacique, cask, Cossack, cassock, kissing, causing, casing, waxing 
accusing. 



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Oo^p^ fM, wluggioB, AngutlB) gttt^» giunt^ gatatt^ 
6aJEeUe> ganzig» gUeenng, ganingk 

WhrtU itriUtn i»ith U»9 full-length cofviondnt'^gtus with an 8 or 
t-GiRCLB coming hetfveen them-^the Jiril consondiUrsign in tadi 
tfford ieing tkc long or AL^ttAHETtc s-skttN. 

Aflsaasive) ichum, aociety, secede, Buicide, Sici/y, Baiieify> CtesBr, Ctce- 
rOy nncer) Biser> Biidter> ejufdnot^ Sannnah) Bausage, aeasick, ceasiog> 
«ianiig> aeiting) ndng. 

ExBROtSS XXXI. 

n^Mhcfil WriUtn iJoOh the DouilltE-stlftED circle Mor^ttatthe end 

of the tomonant'^gn^ 

TtBdem, |MtifBS{ pacea, poawfls^ poaieBk oppoaea { paim t— Abyases ( bih 
na, baaes^ abnaea, abscusy abBce8st--0fficet> (ecesy fosses^ faces, phases, 
vffiBtfea, ISplieaaB) fascesy fuses t-^Vices, voices t vases t— Misses, mosses; 
Itoafieay Maifeesv ama^By ttveBsesy Moses^ mosses^ masses^ muses, amuses :— 
iTMaea, toasesl'^DaiBies, doltos, doses t deucite, educes^ adduces ^-^Theaisy 
ttijMeat— Ceaaea^-— tJfyaieBy lossea^ ^Kseat huMes, toaea ;-*-*Horae8, rises^ 
ttT^bea^ MceS) ndses, roiea> recess^ harasses, rouses, arouses, mses:— 
Nieoea^ noises t ttoaea) uoOaest-^^Cheesesf chases^ chooses ^---Jesus:— 
fciaaea, Cutlses^ cases^ excess; axes, aocessy ^Vaxesy aocnsea :— ^uaea ( 
Igaifcea^ gueaBea^ gasnea, Agassuk. 

fijdERctett XXXttv 

tVords ^Soritten with Mo fkM4tngth tonMnanl-siglftis^ ftith an 9 or 
fe-€iiu;)kB coming ^tban ^ikem^ikt ld»t tontonanl^gn in eaxk 
ibertA hting the feJONo or ALi^ttABBtn^ s or ft-st«ff. 

Miause, misused — Deceaaev diottieaey d,isuaev diaeaaet — i^esfloest-^o- 
lias f •»-£xci8e^ — ^dhiseous. 

ExBRCtsU: XXXltt. 
Wwde wnXtfem tDt^A the ciRcfeiB n« «r Nli «t th» end of the eonwnant^ 

jPina, pawnsy pinesy ^oins^ ttaina, pence, pens, opens, puns^ pans, hap- 
toena^ pounce ^^-^Beans, bins; bonea, buns; bans, boons, bounce ^-^Fins, 
§iwna, finest f^gnsy fence, oiKente; fans t— Evince, vines ^ veins, heavens, 
^oveiiat'A-Mittce, ttiiues^ immenaey moans ^ mans t— Teens, twins, height 
ena, Vrhiteikiay tines, twines ; attains, tense, tens, tones, atones, tons ; tans, 
Umea, towns {-^t)eanB, dins, dawnsy dons, dittos^ widens ; deigns, dens, 
denae, dunce, duns ; dance, dowtts^-^Thins; thanes; Athens {••^Thence: 
•*-AaaigiiB t— feeans, fines, loioB'i teea, leas, ^^oaas { lasce> toooa t^Aiaaey 



60 PHONOORAPmo WORD-BOOK VO. 0. 

irons; ralos^ arndgiw, nniB, earns ; rotince : — Nona; noons:— ddni) 
chains ; chance :— Joins : — Shins, shines ; Hessians, oceans :— Qoeensy 
weakens, cons; canes, wakens, awakens, cones, kens; coons: — Gaiu^ 
guns ; wagons, gowns. 

EXBRCISK XXXIV. 

Words loritten with the circle s or z at the beeinning^ and (he 
N-HOOK at the end of the consonant-sign. 

Spin, spawn, spine; Spain, span; span, spoon, supine :— -Sabine :•* 
Soften, syphon 2 — Selfen, savani— Seaman, Simon; summon; salmon:^ 
Seaton, sweeten ; Satan, Sutton ; satin : — Sidon ; sudden ; sadden, sedan: 
— Season ; Susan : — Se^ion, sa/ine ; s^ain, Sofon, swollen, sullen ; safoon :-^ 
Serene, Syrian, syren : — Skin^ sequin ; skein ; scan :•— Seguin. 

EXBRCIBK XXXV. 

Words written wUh the shn-hook at the end of the cansonaut' 

sign* 

Option ; potion ; passion :-— Fhocion ; feshion, fusion, efiusion :— Vuioa ; 
evasion, ovation: — Mission, emission, omission; motion, emotion:— Ti* 
tian, tuition :— -Adhesion, edition, addition :-^Session s—EI^ision ; eiisitioo, 
fotion ; iUusion, elusion, atfusion :— Irrision ; erasion, oration, erodon :— 
Unition ; nation, notion :— Cohesion, caution, auction ; occasioni equatioB} 
aotioui cushion :— Unction. 

EXBROISB XXXVI. 

Wards toritlen toUh a full-length cansonant-sign, ioUh an Xi-hook at 
the beginnings and an n-hook at the end* 

PUun; plan :-^Blown : — Highflown; flown: — Oaiiine^-<lleall) dan, 
clown :---Glean ; glen. 

Exercise XXXVII. 

^Words vrritten toith a fttU-length consonarU'sign, ttfUh an ii«HOOX 
at the beginning and an n-hook at the end* 

Whipper.in, prawn; apron; prune :— Hebron, brawn, brine; brsmi 
bran, brown : — Frown : — Train : — Drawn ; drain, Adrian, drone ; drown : 
—Throne: — Chum: — Shrine: — Crane, crone; crown, Ackron :— Oreen, 
grin ; grain, grovm. 

Exercise XXXVIII. 

Words uriUen tcith two consonant-signs^ with an w-nooK. at the 

end* 

Pippin, Paphian, patten, Fowhattan, Apoffyon, HyperioD, pinion, opiiH 
loo, pemum, pigeon, Pekin, pagan. 



PBOVOOmAPHIO WOKD-BOOK VO. IL 61 

Bobbin, bttboon, Bnfibo, baflEbon, bowiuu, bemoui, b6Bt0n, betwaco, 
bitteiiy obtUDf baton, button, batten, bidden, Baden, Bowdnin, bn/fioo, 
bnlfoony bom, borne, Aabom, bnm, bnin, boome, Byron, baron, barron, 
benign, Banyan, banian, Ba«Aan, beacon, bacon, beckon, Uoboken, be- 
gin, bygone, wobegone. 

Famu, foeman, frmine, balf-moon. Phaeton, &tten, fefine, felon, tor- 
eign. 

vi^&un, violin. 

Muffin, mitten, mntton, matin, maiden, mtfdden, miUkm, Milan, malign, 
■urine, minion, imagine, machine. 

Tonghen, .typhoon, ottoman, tig^hten, oatdone, Italian, talao, tnreen, 
tarn, Tyrone, ootmn, outshine, taken, token. 

Deepen, headpin, deafen, dauphin, define, divine, divan, demean, de- 
mon, domain, woodman, headman, detain, deaden, adorn, dam, dndgeon, 
deacon. 

Thorn, hawthorn, thicken. 

Aspen, honseline. 

Alpine, Laban, Albion, whalebone, leaven, eleven, Lehnian, Lyman, 
layman, whaleman, lemon, il/umine. Leyden, Lydian, laden, leaden, old- 
en, 'welMone, Aladdin, learn, linen, fichen, legion, liken, welkin, Helkxm, 
Eliin, teggin, la^n. 

Hereupon, hairpin, harpoon, ripen, repine, rapine. Urban, Arabian, 
robin, IZenben, orphan, refine, ruffian, roughen, ravine, riven, raven, 
Boman, remain, warden, ordain, redden, harden, renown, runnion, re- 
gion, origin, rejoin, reckon, hearken, raccoon, organ, Oregon, regain, 
Arratgon. 

Henbane, unoften, New Haven, uneven, unwoven, inhuman, undone, 
anodyne, Nathan, unworn, inum, unknown, enchain, unchain, enjoin, un- 
join, engine, nog^. 

Cheapen, Chapm, watchman, chicken. 

Japan, Julian, Agalon, genuine, jejune. 

Shiapen, echelon, shorn, Sharon, Schwerin, shaken. 

Capon, cabin, coffin, acumen, common, commune, colon, aqueline, Co- 
logpe, com, acorn, carrion, Koran, cannon, Canaan, canine, qumine, kitch- 
en, quicken, cocoon. 

Given, gammon, Groshen. 

Hangman, hangeron. 

Exercise XXXTX. 

Words icriUen with aftdl-lengih consanafU-^gn^ having an it-hook 
at the end of itfoUowed by another fulUlengih consonant-sign. 

Pinch, paunch, punch, punish, pinning, pawning, pining, paining, pen- 
ning, openine, punning, oppugninff :— Bench, bunch, bunchy, banish : — 
Fini^> fawmng, fining, feigning, .ranning: — Vanish, evanish, evening:— 
Mynheer, yeomanry, Monroe, manure :-— Tinning, twinning, twining, 
beightening. whitening, attaining, toning, atoning, tanning, tuning, attun- 
mg :— Dinnmg, dawning, dining, widenmg, dei^ing, Downing:— Atheni* 
an, thinning :-—Leanly, lineally, lonely, leaner, Imear, Iioonora :— Change: 
—Quinsy, Canary, conic, Cogniac :— Gainsay. 



02 pBovoGfti^mo woBO«BO0M no. Hi 

£XSB0I8IA XL. 

Words written wUh ahalf*tength consonant'rign, toUk a drdemtAi 

Fateal— Aneta:— Wa/tz, /ighto, wilds^ Leeds i-^ArtB, BhcMd% lieidii 
— Endsi honnds i— Quito i«->Gra<jdB. 

Words vrriiUn idth an % or ss*ciRctiSt foUotbtd by a half-length 

conBOTum^eign. 

Speedy spit, sipped, spot, swapped, spite; spadei^ swept, slipped; spatf 
Mtpped, spout^ spewed 1 — Sobbedy swaboed s— Sea-fight, sift^ sWift, soft s-^^ 
Civet; saved; salved i — Smite^ swamped) smotc^^ stnat, suiliiiut, soaMM 
what i— Seemed ; summed i-^eated/ cited ; sated, sweated \ soited i-* 
Ceded, sided; sedate) — Seethed} sWatbed; sootbed: — Ceased, sauced i 
— Seissed, si2ed } soused S — S/eet^ s/it, sa/t^ s/ight ; ni^ate, s/nt^ Ce/t ; ate| 
Sou/t {^—Sealed, slide^ soiled; slayed, sled, swelled/ sold}— 4Sort, swarii 
cerate 2— *deared/ sward^ sired; sword, surd; soured s-^^^bmiet $ autft^ 
scent; snout l-^Sinnedi synod, signed; send, snoWed/ tttnned; smd^ 
■oand : — Switched )— Swashed ; satiate > — Scott, squat/ squad } slutttfj 
sect, soaked^ sucked, sctid ; sacked, scout f— Sagged< 

ExEMCflSE XLII. 

Wards tcriUen with a half4ensth consonant-signf iifUh an h-ntMH 

at ihe beginning. 




flute, flout s^Wbittled) outlet 5-^ Wheedled, ^^^^dleid. idled; huddled j 
addled }-»tnlet, hilaid i tmlsdo/ unload i^Cleet, cia«^ed/ clot, cled/ 
Clyde; clad, clout, cloud, clewed i — Oleet, wiggkd, higgled, gBde^ 
glade, gloat, glowed, ogled, glut $ glad, Waggled, fatetggled, glued. 

Words toritten tnih a halfAengfh eons&nant'Signi With an r-hooH 

at the beginning* 

Operate, pride ; prate, preyed ; Pratt, proud/ pmde l^-Breed, hritf hj* 

* It will be perceived, that in this and the other Exercites, plttfad turttiti HUd fhtf 
third persons i^gular of verbs, regularly formed, havp been omitted. The tftfdenf 
will oi course understand, that the sound of s or z in all such cases is represetlfed bV 
the circle. The past tenses and past participles of verbs, and the comparatives sadl 
superlatives of adjectives, are also in many instances omitted, but not when the metin 
od frf writing them involves some peculiari^ not possessed l^ tmj otiter elsM of 
words. Tbey are then treated of in a special Eserclse. 



MA, brought, broad, abroad, bright, bride; Iffaid, brisd, Habbard; brat) 
brad, brood, brute, Hubert) brewed i-'Freed, fraujght, fraud, offered^ 
fiight, afiright) fried { freight, wafered, afraid, fret, efljprtj fruit i-> Waver' 
ed, overt, hovered i'^Hammered, humdred t-^Treat, treed, watered, trot) 
trod, trite, tried ) trait, trade, hatred, tr^t, tread, trodtt) uttered | trout:— » 
Dried, adroit t dread t drotlgbt t-^Thi^t) thread) throat t-— Withered; 
Weathered i-— /iidrd) Wi/2ard i-'Honored, inwrought, inroad ; unwrought) 
mread \ enroot^ tlnroot :-^ Wagered i-^Shred, usberi^ \ shroud, shrewd 1 
^^rete) creed, cried; crate, Croat) crowed; acrid) crout, crowd> oradet 
^•<3re0t) agTOed, grit, augurbd ; great, grade ; haggardt 

ExBRCISli iCLlVi 

tFordi wHitm Unth tt htdf-length (MsondrU-ngfii Mk dfi ti^nooA 

at the end. 

I'intied) pa\^tted, pond, i^int) pined) point) Uppdut; t^nt, pained, petit) 
tenoed, append) opened; pant, hypened) pound) oppugned t— 'Bond) 
Dindi bent, beUd) boned; band, bound) aboilnd i-^li^iend) fawned, font) 
fond) find) faint) feigned, fend, offend) fund \ fanned) fdutid i-^Yent, event, 
Vend} vaunt, dvaunt t— 'Mint, mind; nleant^ mend. aiUend, moaned j 
toauded, mount, amount, mouild t-^l^inti tinned, tiiiea, twined, heighten* 
bd) Whitened ; tiliilt) attaint, attained, tdtlt, tdnd, AtUindi tondd) . atoned \ 
taunt, tanned) ttlned. attUned t-**Dint} dinned, dawned, doiitled, dined) 
widened; dei^dd, dent, don't) dunned; daUnt {-^Thinned !-^ Assigned j 
hastened, ascent, ascend i^^Wesand i — Leaned, /int) Lifld, Ho/iand, Aned) 
Uiand, highfond j /ent, ^nd, /oaned ; /and t—* Warned) hofned) Warrant) 
rind, ironed ; rained, arraigued) rent, errant, rend« errand, rUnt, earned) 
jreamcki ; rant« arrant, rand; rodnd) around ;— 'l4oitit, anoint \ Unowned i 
^sChained ; tihaht i-^Joint, jdiiied ; agent ; Jaunt i^Sbinned ; shunned :— > 
Weakened, conned, kind, cdindd ; (Uiaint, acquaint, Wakened, awakened; 
Ifont; cant, cotmt) account !-^dained) dhent; gattnti 

EiCERCISH iLV; 

Words toriiien tbilh a full-length coneonani-Hgn^ fotttitbed by thi 

MF-SI05. 

Vitapt pomp, t*ompey, Pompeii, pump t — Bump i-*Vamp i-^Mump :— * 
l*nitip i — Dump, dumpy; damp t— *Thump :— Limp) /ump, 2amp :— Bdmp) 
ttimp) ramp i-*-Cbump) champ!— Jump i — Shampdd i<^amp f-^Gampt 

ExEROlSB XLVli 

Words tbritiM, ititk the MT-iiafiiJbiUfwed bi/ A fulUUiigtk eonso* 

ndnt'ingn. 

m 

Wampdm) impiety, impute, impede, impale, impel, amplfei) ampZy> em" 
flre» tuAjfirdi imjjMit) empower, imptlro, tmpeachi 



64 PHOirOOBAPHIO WORD*BOOK KO. tt. 

% 

ExxBcisE XLYII. 
Words wtiUen with the MvsiaVi followed by the b or. sfi-OiRCLS* 

ImpiotiB{ impose. 

EXKROISB XLVIII. 

Words written with the a or Ti-ciKChE^ followed by the mf-sion» 
Swamp, 8wamp]^$ samp. 

ExsRCtss XLIX. 
Words written with the cmchE, followed by the heaty le^sign* , 

Sealer; sailor, seller, solar. 

ExBRCUdife L. 

• 

Words written with a ftUl-length consonant^sign^ foUowed by ike 

heavy lr-sion» 

Peeler, pillar, polar, pallor, paler t — Boiler, bowler :-^Feeler, filler, 
fbller, Fowler :— 'Valor :— Miller :— Tiller, taller, tiler, toiler, tailor, tellert 
—Dealer, dollar, dweller, duller t—^HosUer, whistler :-^Lelar, Z^lorS'*^ 
Eailer, roller, ruler t— Nailer : — Jailer. 

ESCERCISE LI. 

Words written with the lr-hook-sioit struck up. 
Keelef) killer> oollar» ocular, color, cooler: — Higgler, hagc^en 



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CHAPTER III. 

OOKTAtNlNG WORDS OF FOUR C0NS0NAirr-S0t^K])8« 



■ ■ ^ 



Exercise I. 
Words wrUUn toithfouT long consonani-signi, 

Popoter, pop/ar, papUage, pipeZaying, pubZi«A, pnb/ic, paffball^ po1ref> 
ty, pomo/ogy, Fim/icoy Pam/ico, Fomet^iiia, pimeoto, potbeUy, aptear* 
ingy fatnam, patentee, pathetic, hypothetic,, apathetic, epithetic, pathofo* 

fYf hypothecate^ epi/epey, peMc, pa/metto, PatmjrtL, pofemic, paMadiain, 
a/ermo, po&Hty, Po/ynesia, piZAiging, polished^ poRsking, po/^gamy; ap 
paSingty, parbofl, parabole, parabo^, perfame, perfidy, pacifying, pafj* 




cci/iar, ipecacttanha, pigtail, pnncti/io, pnnctaal, panctaa/fy. 

Bobtail, befii^ing, Defoo2ing, bnmboat, Abimefoch, abominate, bottom* 
log, botanic, Abednego, badinage, abidins/y. Beth/ehem, bethink, bi/ber* 




gram, bu/ging, abo/i«Aed, abo/i«Amg, du/m^u, ooaquity» DmRneaa, ob- 
Mque/y, bfucony, bi/king, ob/igato, bdwfegged, be/ongfng, Bafbaty, be* 
reavinff, Barataria, Bonidino, bortetta, Bar^tta^ Bamaby, abhotyenoyi 
bamish, Barnwell, Beersheba, burking, barking, bona-dde, binomial, be-* 
numbed, Bentham, by-and-by, Abinadab, benisn/y, Bengue/h, Benj^i 
bachefor, bewitchingty, Bejapoor, aUarin^, ba^&ral, batMbi/y, becomings 
becalmingt backdoor, bequeathing, Bdco/ic^ Backingham, bagbear, bttg* 
berry, begni/er, begni/ing, banking. 

Fop/ing, affabi/ity, fami/iar, effeminate, foamiil^/y^ ittmidgfy^ fittignlngi 
fideAty, ophtha/mia, fathoming, phi/ippic, Phifomel, Phltome&i, Phi/omena, 
fi/thi/y, foolhardy, fi/ching, fe^ow«Alp^ tooHtkly, feeZingty, fireball, farbe* 



/ow, ^rhisk, Formosa, pharnjacy, firm/y, formally^ iormo/a, formine, 
&rming, affirming, aforetime, foredoom, fording, afibrdine, forthwith, 
fimrthiy) farthing, flrefock, forefocki fttr/ong, fbrereaota, foreknowing, 



66 l»ttOKOGRAI>mO .WOftO-SOOM Mi it 

forfpngf fonmaf^f fireftbip» fcH^tiadoi^y foY*e8liowiiiff, forking, fur0gdilg| 
^Sieifiucji enectiVd, effecting) affecting^ effeotnal, enectoa^^y. 

Vivifying, vi/ifi^r, vi/ifying, velvety, evb/vin^« Voftaic, va/id/j, avt* 
(anche, VtSencia, volcano, vef biagO) vef'ifieri ve^yingi vir^dity^ termdaf 
Vehoniin^} Vandyke, veneetdng^ evedtual, e¥enttla//y, aVengingi voeativai 
victim, victory, VittoHa, vAcating^ evacuating) Yoca^itjr^ vehicu^i vav 
qaish. 

Imbibed, imbibing^ eitlbalniing) eidbodying, imbedding, amiabifitf) 
mohiiitVt embark, embaf go^ embdWef ing, aittbiguity, mephitic, eidphatiCf 



ing, Umniidf^poofa, Meredith, Mordecai; Mu^otik. itidfail^ing, ibaydila^ 
ty, marching) merging) emet^ging, Maftidaibo, mortgage, minimum. Moo* 
Inouth, monomanid, mantis, minatefy; monetary, monotony^ emanating 
Aminadab, monthly; man/ike^ woman/ike, mono2ogae, managin{[, moilcn* 
ins, Mongo/ia, mutila/ity) match/bck, majoHty, Majorca, imaginings Mao> 
Aaam, milcaroni, mockmg/y, Mogadore, magni^, magno/ia, magnesia. 

Typifying, tiptop, outpoufdn?, Tippecanoe, tabuMr, tumefying, etymo^ 
ogy, temefity^ oiltmarch) tomahawkmg, Ifetltdnie, twitting^y, toothpick) 
twe/fth, taiZoring. terrific, terf*ifving, turmoil^ terming, Taf iarjr> tef^ritory) 
tardily, tUrnip, Tot^nto, tot^ad.O) tarnish, Turkish, attenuatmg) tenthf^) 
touchrngfy) tactic. 

Debinty, dabbW, diabolic, debark) debarring) debonair) ddfiiming) 
deft/y, defeating, daffodil, daffodiZ/y) dl^jhthonS) defi/er, defi/ing, deform, 
defect, aevoutiy, dovetail, devoting, dividing, aove/ike, diverge, devour^ 
er, devouring) divinity, divine/y, advocate, demo/i«A, demure/y, demuf^ 
i^er, admit^r) demuH'm^, admiring, dominate, diminish^ admoush) deoio* 
niac, demeaning, dumnmg, damaging, demagogue, deMaffo^y, dietetic) 
detonate) diatdnic) doting/y, doubting/v, deatb^ikej De&hic, defying) 
Da/matia, deluding, de/irium, deluging, delicacy, dwe^mg^hoose, DiZ2ing» 
ham, dwarfish) dwArnoff, deriving, diftyins, deriding, doornail) deranee» 
dirking, daringly, Woodnjrmph, denoting) deconim, decoct, dignify^ dug* 
hity, cuilgdong^ hoodwinking. . 

Thievingfy) ^thZetiC) theotogic) thoroughfkre) thirtieth, thinkbg) thank> 
ing. 

WithhoMing. 

Lapidar^v, a^dathic, /iabi^fy) ftbe^er) eft>o\^rodm, e/bo#chair, /ife* 
time, ^ife^ike) me/6ng, ^nghing^y) /iveZihood) /ive^ng, Zovetale, A/va> 
rado, e^venth, 2avi«^ing, tovin^fy, alembic, fymphatic, iamb/ike, i^, 
funlinflte, e/iminato, iUumin&ti, ^emotlade, a/manAC) weZ^meaning, Ula^ 
mining, limekiln, /audatory, fody^ike, Caudaniim, Zady«Mp, ioathingM 
alarmwatch, a/arming, Lofenid, a^^nr^ingly, ^niency, tonnchmg, 2iquify» 
ing, we/coming, a/coho/ic, kke^antt, ^ogbdok, /ogomach^, /igature, a^ 
gorid, o^ipfchy, /ankty, /inking, iingiiiit, ^ilguage, languish, fonging/y. 



7turau, TT7iutiUf^ (KTriiuiiu, ruuiiUMy, rovivuyi reviving, revolve, rivalry) 
♦^veZry, revealing) fdvermg, revengje, ravaging, ravi«4ing, revocate, re- 
Vdung, raviagly, rtl^eilibody) ramifying) remoying) amadilfo) rem«* 



'\ 



FHOKOOBAPHIO WORD-BOOK KG. n. G7 

dying, amiorer, re-emerge, remark, remarrying, mminate, mmmag- 
ing, tuumonic, radiated, radiating, re/ieving,^ earAlom, heraMic, Or- 
lando, reluhed, re/i«Aing, re/ict, re-etect, rari^ring, hornpipe, reanimate, 
wrenching, re-enjoying, ranging, arranging, re-engage, archduke, re- 
charse, archenemy, rechange, regency, argency, Rio Janeiro, rejudged, 
rqjadging, ragingly, reshipjiing, wurshippiug, arctic, auricnZar, oracuter. 
arohieofogy, reca/^mg, recoi/iug, requiring, recarring, reconvey, arcanum, 
recoinage, wo/^kshop, Rockingham, regality, regu/ar, rega^ug, organic, 




unburied, 
unfi/iaZ/y, 

nnfee/ing, unfai/ing, inform, infirm, uniform, unfirm, unaffirm, unfair/y, 
inferior, inferring, infinity, infanta, infancy, infect, invo/ve, unavailing, 
nnvei/ing, unvaried, Navarino, unvarying, invoked, invocate, invoking, 
navigate, unimbued, unmoving, pneumatic, nomadic, enameZfor, inamora- 
ta, unmarried, numeric, unmooring, unmarrying, enamoring, nominate, 
inhnmanity, unmanned, unmoaned, unman/y, mhuman/y, unwoman/y, 
pneumonic, unmeaning, unmanning, unmaking, intimacy, untime/y, night- 
mare, antimony, natmeg, entombmg, ante/ope, inutility, entirety, noto- 
riety, interior, anterior, untiring, interring. Anno Domini, Anda/u«ia, in- 
du/ge, underbuy. Underwood, endearing, enduring, inadequacy, anUioZ- 
ogy, nnwieAl/v, unyie/ding, unheaZthiZy, unwelcome, unwillingly, un- 
arming, inheriting, narrating, unearthly, unworthi/y, neuro/ogy, neural 
gia, unwar/ike, uuerring/y, nianimate, unanimity, ninetieth, unhandi/y, 
Onondaga, ninth/y, huncnDack, uncharge, enchaining, unchaining, angew^ 
ingenni^, engineer, ungenial, enjoining, unjndged, unshipping, un«Aeath- 
in^, inaorer, msuring, encomium, uncome/y, uncouth/}r, inequa^ty, un- 
ooi/ing, inaccuracy, inquirer, encourage, uncork, inquiring, nickname, 
anaconda, nicknack, uncasing, encaging, uncocked, unking/y. 

Chi/Zing/y, cherubim, cherubic, charioteer, charging, cherishing, char- 
coal, cheermg/y, changing. 

Gibingly, Jeroboam, gyratory, geranium, jeering/y, Jonadab, geniaZity, 
geneaZogy, genuine/y, jua^e«Aip, jocu/ar, jokingZy, juguZar, Jugurthal 

ShipZike, shipwreck, 8hip«Aape, «AibboZeth, chevaZier, shamrock, shelv- 
ing, Shenandoah, shockingly. 

Copybook, capi^ary, cabbagmg, equivocate, «|uivocacy, camomile, 
ichthioZogy, CathoZic, ca/abash, quaZifying, Ca/vary, Co/umbia, caZam- 
ity, caZumny, coZdZy, CaZedouia, ChaZdaic, CoZorado, ocuZarZy, choZeric, 
caforic, CaZcutta, KiZkenny, carping, curbing, curving, carving, CordeZia, 
cowardZy, awkwardZy, corduroy, cordage, cording, according, corroding, 
carding, CarZisle, careering, coherency, CorneZia, carnal, carnage, ca- 
reening, coming, kerchief, corking, Kennebeck, equanimity, queenZike, 
cannonier, quenching, Cunningham, cunningZy, catchpenny, cochineal, 
cajoZery, cudge/Zing, cojoZin^, cogency. Cashmere, cashiering, casuaZty, 
cacophony, coactive, coquettuA, coquetting, cockroach, quickening, quag- 
mire, kingdom, kan^roo. 

Gammoning, guZping. galoping, GaZvani, gaZaxy, GoZgotha, garZic, guar- 
antee, guaranty, garnish, gorging, ignominy, gasmngZy. 

AnguZar. 



68 PHONOGRAPHIC WORD-BOOK NO. U. 



Exercise II. 
Words written with three long consonant-signs followed by a find 

8 or Z-CIRCLE. 

Popuiace, popntouR, puSyiess, pomaceons, piti/ees, hypothentue, BptoeM^ 
patness, pith/ess, path/ess, pithiness, Pythoness, pe/vis, poa4tice, pofonain, 
poZarize, apo/ogize, PoUax, poZeaxe, pi^wcase, porpoise, porpoae, pe^ 
naps, pervious, Paradise, peer/ess, peri/oas, powerfoss, para/yze, upmaf^ 
ions, Pyrenees, pureness. paintess, penni/ess, penarioos, puniness, pHchi* 
ness, apifjkness, Epicurus, packhorse, pickaxe, paganize. 

Baptize, bibaceous, betimes, boot/ess, botanize, bodifess, bawdinetfl, 
badness, bu/bous, ob/ivious, beZ/icose, bareness, baroness, burgeois, bar* 

fess, borax, Burgos, Boniface, benefice, bonnets, bounteous, boyiAoMii 
luAiness, backpiece, ubiquitous, bookcase. 

Fabu/ous, fade/ess, fefonious, faZ/owness, fuZZness, fou/ness, ftZZaejooi^ 
Fe/ix, fiZin^s, effervesce, fearZess, fairness, furnace, ferocioos, e£bcti| 
affects, factious, fogginess, fungus. 

Vaporous, vivacious, vaZueZess, vaZorous, viZZainons, vi/eness, yerifieiy 
veracious, voracious, avaricious, venomous, veinZess, vicarious. 

Embarrass, ambiguous, ambi^tous, amphibious, moveZess, Memphis, 
memorize, mightiness, mutinous, muddiness, madness, moodiness, humid- 
ness, mouthpiece, meZodious, homeZiness, meZZowness, maZictous, Mor* 
pheus, moraZize, merriness, Marianus, Mauritius, Marcus, marquis, Amer^ 
icns, omnibus, MeneZaus, moneyZess, meanness, eminence, matchfesi^ ho* 
mogeneous, meekness, minx. 

Hatbox, timepiece, timeZess, tameZess, tumnZous, timorous, tameness, 
tightness, tetanus, tidiness, tidings, toothZess, taiZbress, taZZness, tortoisei 
tortuous, tyrannous, tyrannize, outrageous, terraqueous, turquoise, tnne- 
fess, tenacious, teachZess, techiness, touchiness, v«rhiti«/ines8, toyi^Anesii 
technics, tongueZess. 

Deputize, deepness, deafness, diaphanous, defiance, divorce, dimness, 
dumbness, admix, doubtZess, doughtiness, deadness, deatliZess, AdoZphos^ 
DeZphos, deZirions, doZorous, duZZnesa, deZictous, dormouse, deamess, 
Dorcas, doorcase, dinginess, Dionysius, do^days. 

TheophiZus, thorou|hba8S, etheriaZize, thoroughness, thorax, Athana- 
sius, thickness. 

Asperse, auspicious, hazardous, huskiness, ^schyZus. 

HeZiopoZis, heZpZess, ZibeZZous, Zaborious, Zeaf2ess, ZifeZess, ZoveZess, 
Zeavings, Zameness, Zuminous, v^riZdness, oZdness, Zoudnera, Zewdness, 
weaZthiness, heaZthiness, Zitheness, Leonidas, Zeanness, Zoneness, Algiers, 
oZeaginoTiR, heZZi<Aness, yeZZowixAness, ZuckZess, ZocaZize, Ziquorice, Ae- 
neas, Zackiness, Zoquacious, ZegaZize, wiZZingness, Zengthwise. 

Euripides, repulse, ripeness, rapacious, rebeZZious, herbaceous, roofless, 
rifeness, roughness, ravenous, RomuZus, harmZess, remorse, warnmess, 
harmonious, roominess, harmonize, horridness, viraywardness, readiness, 
redness, ruddiness, worthZess, rutbZess, earthiness, reZapse, reZigions, re^ 
ics, reZax, rareness, raininess, reannex, richness, rashness, archives, reck* 
Zess, HercuZes, recourse, Orkneys, rigorous, organize. 

AnnapoliB, unhappiness, onobvbus, nebuZous, in&mousy enforce, iie£i- 



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nooB, nnoffietoQs, inyidioiu, anomaZons, nameloM, numeroas, nnmbneiB, 
uihamaDizei anatomize, nautilus, ootoriooB, Honduras, onfaotineH, near- 
BBMy anhamess, narrowness, nnweariness, unenvious, anonymoos, onan- 
imoot, i^jarioos, ingenuous, incubus, iniquitous, neck&ce, noxious, un- 
■oxioas. 

Cheapness, chiUiness, cfaeeriness, chariness, Cherokees, Choctaws, 
efaalkiness. 

Japanese, joZ/iness, giantess, jaundice, jewi^Aness. 

Shape/ess, shabbiness, shame/ess, shadowless, shadiness, «&eathfess, 
«|oa/ines8, sAaltowness, shoretoss, sureness, Oceanicus, shagginess. 

Usnaiuess. 

Cap^us, capacious, covetous, calmness, quietness, cutaneous, cate- 
chize, co/fopse, eqnaZness, co/onize, coolness, caAx, ca/z, corpse, courte- 
ous, Cortez, cowardice, carefoss, querufous, curefoss, queeriness, cornice, 
eoorageous, carcase, canvass, economize, acanthus, keenness, canonize, 
Qnintius, equinox, cactus, quickness, kingfoss. 

Gamminess. gui/e/ess, ug/iness, garrulous, gorgeous, gainZess, (3anget| 
Ignatius, hoggishness, waggishness. 

Inkiness. 

ExEROISB III. 

Words foriUen with a lone consonant-sign, followed by the circle, 

and two other long consonant-signs. 

Pacific, paci^ng, piecemeal, pissmire, postboy, positive, pastime, 
apostacy, posthouse, pistol, pistole, opposite/y, apposite/y, whipstitch 
whipstalk, upsetting, episodic, puzzfer, puzzling, poisoning, hopscotch, 




bustfor, bustling, absorb, observe, Bosworth, obscure, absentee, obsceni< 

physiol- 




Rvastve/y, vestal, vast/y, visiting, vassa/age, vicinity, vicinage. 

Misbehave, misfall, raisfell, misti/y, most/y, niystery, mastery, mystic, 
mistake, mistook, homicidal, misdoer, Macedonia, misdoing, m^se/f, him* 
■e/f, nrausofeum, Mostom, mis/aid, misa^ied, misce/ftmy, muci/a^e, mis- 
/ike, misfoying, muzz/ing, masonry. Masonic, moistening, mischief, mis- 
Judge, Muscovy, musquito, miscall, miscarry, masking, misgive, misZetoe, 
muzzfor, miseWy, Mosaical, musical, musicaZZy, whimsical, whimsica/IZy, 
amazing/y, amusing/y. 

Tacit/y, tasti/y, testi/y, etcetera, itse/f, whiteswe2Zing, tasking. 

Despoil, dispel, disappear, desfmir, despatch, dispatch, disbowel, disha- 
bille, aisobeyiug, decipher, adhesivety, disavowal, deceiving, disavowing, 
dismal, disma/Zy, dismaying, distill, daystar, distich, deciding, dissuading, 
disso/ve, doci/ity, disZoyal, dis/oyaZZy, disZbdge, disZike, dazzling, disa^ 
fowing, disrobe, deserve, disarm, desiring, decency, decennial, disannul, 
deaigniog, disowning, disquiet, duskiZy, duskish. 



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AtheiBtio. 

Thyaetf. 

Cesspool, suspire, saicidal, seceding, cseparal, Susqnehanxia. 

Lisping, El/izabeth, HilUhoro'', illusive/y, who/esome/y, iUicitly, Imtiiff 
Aut/y, Lositania, elastic, e/iciting, Zucidity, lazaretto, E/Zsworth, tezzarooi, 
Lucinda, lozenge, listening, lessening, loosening. 

Horsepower, respire, rasping, horsewhipping, horseback, receiving 
wearisomely, resomijig, reassuming, restive, recital, restore, rustic^ r^ 
ceipting, reciting, residaum, residual, residuary, receding, horseZangfa, 
herse/f, ourse/f, yoursetf, resolve, hearse/ike, wresting, ruetlm^j reaetting, 
resurvey, reserve, research, reasoner, arsenic, reasoning, resigning, ra- 
assigning, horseiockey, rascal, risking, rescuing. 

Inspire, onsafety, uncivil, uncivi2/y, unsmootn, unseem/y, handsome^, 
insomuch, inasmuch, unassuming, instep, insatiet^jr, unsteady, unsi^ht^, 
instil, install, honestly, unsettle, nasti/y, . Hanseatic, unseating, incitiiig» 
unstung, unsuiting, unsaddle, uns/un^, unsea/ing, nesting, Nazareth, na* 
seaworthy, answering, insanity, ensi^cy, nascency, insane/y, nnmcitl, 
unsca/y, honeysuckle, insecure, insignia. 

Chesapeake, chastity, chastely, chastening. 

Jasper, Jezebel, justly, Jesuitic, Jewsharp, jostling. 

Expel, expire, cohesive/y, acquisitive, causative, costive, accusative, 
custom, accustom, costume, custody, ectasy, costal, cost/y, extol, Casta/ia, 
Castile, caustic, exotic, acoustic, exciting, exceeding, acceding, exuding, 
cowslip, causality, oxa/ic, exhaling, excelling, excerp, Cazenovia, cozen- 



mg. 



Gospel, gossiping, gasping, gooseberry, ghostly, ghastly, gazetteer, ga- 
zetting, auxiliary. 

Exercise IV. 

Words written vnth two long consonant'signa^ followed by the cvrde^ 

and another long consonant-sign. 

Papism, puppyism, peHncid, policied, palisade, palisado, ^iteously, pie-' 
tism, potassium, hopelessly, palsied, Pulaski, palsying, punsm, porosity, 
parasite, parricide, pursued, persuade, parcel, parasol, parsley, perusal, 
ptirser, pursuer, peruser, parson, person, piercing, pursuing, parsmg, pe- 
rusing, pensive, pencil, pouncing. 

Obviously, beauteously, bedazzle, bedizen, Bethesda, Bethsaida, bal- 
sam, obelisk, boneset, Ebenezer, bouncer, benison, bouncing, buxom, 
backset, backside, boxer, boxing. 

Famously, euphemism, Fitzroy, fulsome, falsity, falsetto, falsely, feroci- 
ty, fireside, foreside, aforesaid, forsooth, fiercely, furiously, Fharsalia, fop* 
swear, foreseen; foreseeing, forcing, offensive, fancied, fencer, fancier, 
fencing, aififincing, fancying, officiously, fixing, affixing, foxing. 

Vivacity, velocity, versify, veracity, '^voracity, variously, Venezuela, 
venison, evincing, vouchsafe, viciously, vaccine, vixen, vexing. 

Medicine, Madison, imbecile, embezzle, embossing, modesty, Metfau- 
sela, aimlessly, emulously, molluscs, morosely, mincepie, immensi^, am- 
nes^, ominously, mainsail, immensely, monsoon, mincing, humanizing, 
majesty, maxim, mixer. Macassar, moccasin, Mexico, mixing, magazine. 



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Topiail, TobascOy tedious/y, toi&ome, tiresome, teraefy, terracing, tory- 
iflm, oatreaaon, tenacity, tinsel, tonsil, ntensil, witnessing, tocsin, taxing. 

Deposite, deposal, diapason, deposing, dubious/y, debaser, debasing, 
diffusive, deficit, diffusely, defacer, defacing, diffuser, diffusing, advisory, 
daviser, divisor, adviser, devising, advising, domici/e, damseZ, doomsday, 
dunaon, damascene, damask, duteous/y, idiotism, duodecimo, deducing, 
doletome, iden/ism, dufoet, de/usory, beedfoss/y, ido/izing, derisive, dor- 
ml, dynasty, densi^^, dancer, dancing, denizen, audaciously. 

Theorizmg, tbickset. 

Withinside, beathenism, beatbenizing. 

Espousal, assiduous/y, usefossZy. 

fifopsing, fovesick, tovesong, Zambswoo/, toathsome, /aw^s/y, larceny, 
lonesome, /ancet, finseed, toncer, fencing, /ionVpaw, eu/ogizing, /nscious- 
ly, fexity, /oquacity, laxly, e/ixir, /nxury, atongside. 

JKapacit;^, rAapsody,^ repassing, reposing, arabesque, refusal, refuser, 
refusing, airvessel, revisit, revisal, revising, remissive, riotously, arduous- 
ly, reducing, reaZizing, rehearsa/, rebearsing. ransom, rancidf erroneous- 
ly, rainously, ransack, rinsing, bamessing, Arianism, rigbteous/y, rejoic- 
ing, regicide, irksome, requisite. 

Knapsack, Winnipisiogee, unbiasing, unbosom, unfasten, infusing, en- 
viously, animosity, unmask, namesake, unmozzto, enticer, enticins, notic- 
ing, undeceive, nndecide, inducing, Hindooism, unwholesome, unhorsing, 
nonsuit, enhancing, announcing, enouncing, nauseously, Newcastle, incas- 
ing, encasing, uncasing, annexmg. 

Chancel, Hutchinson, chancing. 

Gyjpsum, Judaism, Judaizing, Joy/essZy, jea2ous/y, ginseng, janizary, 
jocosity, jocosely, Jackson, jockeyum. 

Ashwednesday. 

Capacity, copious/y, keepsake, commisary, quietism, codicil, Co/iseum, 
c<»los8a/, ca/fons/y, equalizing, corrosive, coercive, corset, curiosity, coarse- 
fy, curious/y, caronsa/, curassier, corsair, courser, cursory, Chorasid, Cor- 
sica, coursing, caressing, coercing, cursing, accursing, carousing, coincide, 
oonncil, cancel, consul, cancer, quickset, cockswain, coaxing, caucussing. 

G&amesome, garrisbn, gainsaid, gainsaying, agonizing. 

Anxiety. 

Exercise V. 

Words wriUen with a long consonant'sign, followed hy the circle, 
another long consonant-sign, and a final circle. 

Peace/ess, puzzles, puissance, poisonous: — Besides, base/ess, bustles, 
obeisance, business, baseness, absence, obsequious, obsequies: — Faceless, 
fossilize, face^tons, physicks : — Vesuvius, voiceless : — Meas/es, mossiness, 
maziness :— Despise, dispose, disabuse, dismiss, hideonsness, odiousness, 
discuss, disguise, desirous, dizziness, doziness : — Isosce/es : — A/Zspice, las- 
civious, license, Lazarus: — Erasmus, Erastus, Orestes, horserace, race- 
hone, resource, razors, hoarseness, resinous, rosiness : — Insidious, incense, 
niceness, nuisance, heinousness, noiseless, uneasiness, noisiness : — Chas- 
tise, choiceness: — Josephus, justice, Agesi/aus, juice/ess, joyousness, juici- 
ness :— Expose, oxydize, Exodus, cause/ess, quiescence, acquiescence, 
excuse : — Augustus. 



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EXBROISE YI. 

Words wriUen wUh ttoo long consonant-ngns^ followed by the double 

8 or Z-CIRCLE. 

Hy^pothesiiB, apotheosif, apothesis: — Emphasis, emphasize, mofaMM* 
menses: — Italicise, Texas: — Devises, diaeresis: — Auspices : — Eifipsii,6^ 
/ipses : — iZepossess, repasses : — Nemesis, Anchises :— %reiiesis :— CapiiiBf 
cotossus, Kansas. 

Exercise VII. 

Words vrriUen with a long consonant-sign, followed by the DOUBii 
CIRCLE and aribther long consonant-sign. 

Possessed, possessive, possessor, possessing : — Abacist : — Mississipp:-* 
Witticism: — Decisive, dissuasive, desist, deceasing: — iSesist: — IiKsisive, 
necessity, insist, incest, necessary : — Excessive, accessory :— Exist, exhaust 

Exercise VIII. 
Words written toith two long consonant-signs, followed by thesrm 

ZO-LOOP. 

Papist, upmost, pietist, pierced, parsed, perased, pianist :^-Abdiioed. 
htdlssly burst, boxed, bequest: — Forest, first, fenced, affianced, fixed, 
affixed, foxed : — Vi/est, evinced : — Embossed, modest, amethyst, motes^ 
immersed, humorist, Amherst, minced, menaced, humanized, mixed:— 
Outpost, utmost, tamest, out^t, terraced, tourist, witnessed, twixt, atwixt, 
text, taxed, outcast: — Deposed, debased, defaced, diffijsed, divest, ad- 
vised, devised, headmost, demised, detest, didst, deduced, idea^t, dae^ 
ist, dearest, durst, adjust, digest : — Theorist, thirst, theorized : — Heathen* 
ized : — Espoused : — ^Lapsed, e/apsed, aZmost, eMest, fyrist, lanced, e/egist, 
eu/bgist, eu/ogized, tocust, hotocaust, Ho/y Ghost : — iSepast, reposed, ro- 
bust, refused, roughest, harvest, revised, artist, reduced, refeased, real- 
ized, royatist, rehearsed, rinsed, earnest, harnessed, richest, rejoiced, re- 
quest, recast : — Unopposed, unappeased, unabased, unbiassed, mfest, no- 
effaced, infused, invest, unmissed, inmost, unmoist, entwist, untwist, en- 
ticed, noticed, induced, unhorsed, nursed, unharassed, enhanced, enounc- 
ed, announced, unchaste, unjust, unkissed, inquest, incased, encased, on* 
cased, next, annexed: — Jurist: — Copyist, chemist, quietist, eqnaiizedf 
querist, caressed, coerced, cursed, accursed, Eucharist, caroused, casuist : 
•—Egotist, agonized. 

Exercise IX. 

Words written with a long consonant-sign, followed by the st-loof, 

and the final dot for in&. 

Pasttni", post»n^:-»Bastt7i|', boasttni^: — Feasting, fisttnj',foist»»g; &st- 
in^ : — Vesting : — ^Twisting ; tasting, testing, attesting, toasting : — Dus^ 



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-Aififtf«^ : — LuMtingf lanUng : — BetUng, ttcretUng, rouUng, nut- 
'0iitm^:-Acco8U'n^, coatUngf caMUng, 

■ Exercise. X« 

8 written tdtk a long consonant-sign^ followed by the str* 

LOOP. 

er, poster; pastor :— Webster, boaster, buster t-^Feaster, foster; 
fester: — Visitor; vaster: — Mister; master; master: — Twister; 
toaster : — Duster :— Sister :— Hototer, iastre, U/ster : — Chester : — 
jnater :—Coastery huckster ; castor: — ^Youngster. 

Exercise XI. 

9 written vnth three long consonant-signs, the last having an 

N-HOOK. 

^n, npbome, pavi//ioDy pompion, pumpkin, pa/adiu, PeAigian, 

au, PuritaD, pardon, petihe/ion, purfoin, paragon, penman, epi- 

, puncheon, penguin. 

fUm, beia/fen, bumpkin, boatman, bitumen, bata//ion, obfivion, hell- 

\olUm, buZtetin, Bourbon, barytone, Ber/in, Hibernian, Bergen, 

1, bushman, backbone, Buchanan, Abingdon. 

linine, fu/min, fa/con, forerun, forewarn, foreknown, forenoon, fish- 

L. vulpine. ye«on. 

lometan, Mahomedan, MaMen, marrowbone, morphine, Moravian, 
foOy Marathon, marline, margin, Morgan, monotone, maintain, Mon- 
mondane, moonshine, Mage^n, Michigan. 

man, outbidden, automaton, timewom, terrapin, turban, Tarry- 
dnpan, tinman. 

union, demijohn, do/phin, darken, dungeon, Donegan. 
ofogian. 
ihoMen. 

[>erian, escutcheon. 

{bom, hellbomt /owbom, Lebanon, /eviathan, Zinden, /.ondon, A/* 
, Alcoran, Leghorn, AZ/e^hanian, We22ington. 
!>btain, rebeZ/ion, herbanan, iZubicon, wormeaten, Armenian, re- 
har/equin, reordain, r^men, workman, Arcadian, hercu/ean. 
oteon, Neptune, napkin, unbutton, unbidden, inborn, unborn, nn- 
, anfii/2en, environ, nem. con., Endymion, Nankin, undiom, un- 
t, unicorn. 

pman, chieftain, chairman, 
rman, jargon, Jonathan, Jacobin, 
pman^ chaperon, sharpen, Washington* 

tain, camphine, Camden, came/eon, octagon, Ca/vin, coaAnine, 
)an, coZtegian, Carribbean, carbine, carbon, caravan, carmine, cai^ 
surtain, cartoon, accordeon, Corydon, Carodne, careworn, ichnen* 
XMchman. 

•etween, guiZ/otine, go/den, garden, guardian, Gordian, Gorgon 
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Exercise XII. 
Words toriUen with two long consonant-signs, foUowed hy tkevBit 

NZ-CIRCLE. 

Pittance, oputence, appearance I'^Obedience, balance, abhorrence :« 
Evidence, vehemence, viotonce: — Mittens, matins: — Defines, deleoea^ 
advance, da/Zianoe, adherence, durance, denounce, Dickens, diggim:— 
Hesitance, askance: — ^Lawrence, a^^e^iance, efoquence: — Orpham, r0> 
fines, roughens, romance, remains, radiance, re/iance, Orteans, renoanoe^ 
arrogance : — Assurance :— Acquittance, cadence, coherence, occiirreiloa 
—Gibbons, guidance. 

Exercise XIII. 

Words written xoUh a long consonani-sign^ with the v-book JbUowei 

by ttco other long consonant-signs. 

Poignancy, pinching, punching, ]^unisher, |)unishing :— Bonnetting, \mf' 
onettin^, bandog, bandymg, banishing : — Fini«^r, finit^ing, feiffningly :•* 
Vanu^mg : — Moonbeam, Minorca, monarch, monarchy, manuring i—Tin- 
foil, towntalk, tinging, twinging, township :— Downfall, addendum ^— 
Lionlike : — Ironwork. 

Exercise XIY. 

Words written toitk a long consonant-sign with the if-BOOK, JbUoiced 
by another long consonant-sign,, ending with the % or a-ci rclk 

Penance, openness, finance, evenness, vainness, thinness. 

Exercise XY. 
Words written vnth a long consonant-sign^ followed by the wsT- 

LOOP. 

Pounced, bounced, danced, chanced, canst, against. 

Exercise XVI. 

Words written with a long consonant-sign, followed by the circle and 
another long consonant-sign, ending with the n-ugok. 

Piston : — Boston, abstain, bastion, buskin : — Festoon, fustian : — VesuTi- 
an : — Homespun, musZin, Amazonian : — Ctesiphon, whetstone, Tuscan :— 
Destine, disdain, diocesan, decern, discern, disunion, disjoin, headsman 
woodsman: — Sustain: — Ho^stein, Lisbon: — Horseman, UrsuAne : — Un 
slain, unsworn, Nazarene: — ^Jessamine, Jocelyn,' Josephine: — CaspiHU. 
oxbaue, keystone, question, oxygen, hexagon: — Examine, Augustiue, 
Gascon. 



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ExKRCtSB XVII. 

WanU written wUk two long cansonani-signs, the last of which has 
the n^nooKy followea by another Long coneonani-^igH, 

Foppinjajr, potency, opafency, piquancy, nagantsh:— Bemoaiiing, bat- 
tonweed, battonwooid, nabituwy, battoimoie, obtainiiig, battODiDg, bat- 
tsning, hsLrrenly, burning, beckoning^— Vacancy :— Mitfsnium, maiign/y, 
■nffiner« mitfinery, mi^onaire, ma/igning, mourning :— Toaebening, tigh^ 
«ned, tightening, turnkey, turning, tokening: — Deepening, defining, 
^anfening, divining, demeanor, dommeer, detaining, deadened, dinmaZ^y, 
■doming, darning:*— Thickening: — ^Leavenin^, luminary, laconic, fiken- 
ing: — jRipening, repining, harpooning, refining, roughening, ravening, 
reddening, rejoining, recoining, reckoning, hearkenrnf^, organic :—Eii- 
Tonom :--HCheapening :— Japanning : — Occapaaoy, cabinboy, ooffining, 



ExSROlSE XVIII. 

JTorde written with then or z-ciRCLE,/o2&Noe^ by Atm long 

nant-^igns. 

Spoifor, inperb, iperm, Sparta, miperior, iperk, sparrowhawk, ipe nr 
ing, sparring, speechify, speaking, spiking, specking, spunk, spunky, 
spank: — Snoposna, Zabdiel, subdumg, sublime:— Seararin^, suffocate :•— 
Civility, severity, severe/y, seventy, seventh, savagely, savm^y:— Some- 
body, symphony, semivowel, something, - smooth/y, smoothing, similar, 
•mallisft, BmiTmg, smelling, smirk, smearing, semiannnal, sennannaally, 
seminary, smashing, smokily, smoking, smacking, seemingly, swimming- 
ly :•— Satanic, sitting, sating, setting, sweating, suiting :^-Seciative, sedate- 
Ijy sidelong, sidereal :^9oothingly : — Sleepily, sleeping, slipping, stop- 
ping, sloping, slapping, celibacy, syllabub, syllflibic, selnsA, selvaffe, salvaj^e, 
shvish, solving, slaving, solemnly, salti«A, elntti«A, solidify, seldom, solidi- 
ty, soliloquy, cellnliir, celerity, slurring, slouching, sluAed, elatAing, sifi- 
cum, sleealy, sulkily, slacklv, sleeking, slacking, sluggish, slunk, slank, 
alinging: — Seraphim, seraphic, survive, surveyor, surveying, serving, 
swerving, ceremony, Sarmatia, swarming, Sardinia, surlily, Sierra Leone, 
surname, serenity, syringe, Saranac, searching, sur^ng, Circassia : — Snap- 
pish, snapping, snowball, seanymph, sanatory, sanitary, sundial, senility, 
seniority, sneering, snoring, snaring,- synonyme, son-in /aw, sunshiny, 
singeing, swingeing, syncope, sinecure, sneaking, snaking, synagogue :— 
Skipping, scooping, scoffing, succumbing, squeamish, scheming, skimming, 
schedule, scathing, sco/lop, scalp, schoolboy schoolhouse,- scholar, Schuy- 
ler, squalor, secular, psychology, skulk, skilTing, squalling, scaling, scull- 
ing, suckling, schooling, scowling, scurf, scarf, scarify, scurvy, squirm, 
securely, soorch, scourge, securing, scoring, scouring, scanty, sketching, 
sqoashing, squeaking, skunk: — Signify: — Sanctify, sanctity, sanctuaty, 
■mking, sanguify, singingly. 



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Exercise XIX. 

Words written with four long consonant-signs, the first rf tohich 

is the LONG or alphabetic s or z. 

Aspiring, Hispaniofa, espionage, iceberg, acMamtk, acerbity, lioiue- 
warmiog, DoaseiLeepiBg, EscurifU ^^Usurping. 

Exercise XX. 

Words written ttnth the s-circle followed hy two tang eonsoncmtr 

signs, followed hy the 9 or z^circle. 

Sparse, ipurioas, sappniess^ speeioos, spawns :-—S9feiiei8, safiix:— 
Somnus, sumptaous : — Sigbt/ess, sweetness, sootiness : — Sedufous, aeedi- 
ness, sadness, sedi^^ous : — Cease/ess, sauciness : — Sou/fess, sittiness, sa/in- 
ons, s/yness, soilness, so^^iess, s/bwness, sa^wness, sy2fogize, siiinons, 
8o2acfoas, si^itjuose, s^trgs : — Surpass, surface, service, surmise, czarowits, 
soreness, Syracuse, circus: — Sinfoss, sun/ess, sunristf, soooroitt: — Sag0- 
ness : — Scarce, skkness, sketches ?— -sagacious* 

Exercise XXI. 

Words written wi^ the » or zt-cikcle, followed by a long consonant* 
sign, followed by another eirde, followed by another long conso* 
nant-sign. 

Specify, spasm, spicing, spacing, spoosin^, supposing: — Subside:—- 
Sophism, sufficing, suffusing : — Samson :— Satisfy, citizen :— Seducer, se- 
ducing :-~>Soothsayer, soothsa^^ing ;— Solicit, zeatous/y, souZsick, lacing: 
— Senous/y, sorcery : — Sinuosity, sunset, sincere, censor, sneezing :— ^iz- 
ty, succeed, sixth, sexual,. Saxon, Saxony, squeezing ^'-Saj^city, zigzag: 
-^Sing-Sing, singsong. 

Exercise XXIL 

Words written with the s-ciRChE, followed by a long consonant-signf 
followed by the double s or z-circle. 

Spices, spaces, supposes, suffices, s/ices, census, senses, snceesa, aexe*. 

Exercise XXIII. 

Words written with the s-citLChK, followed by a long consonant-sign, 

followed by the st or zd-loop. 

Spiced ; spaced, supposed : — Sophist, sufficed ; suffused : — Psalmist :— 
Sawdust; seduced: — Southeast; southwest: — Sliced; so&iced; s/uice<f: 
-—Sneezed :— Suggest : — Seacoast, squeezed. 



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Exercise XXIV*. 

Words written tmik the b or z-circle, foUowed hy two long conso* 
nant'signs, the last of which ends in the n-hook. 

SpaviD, ipoken :^-Zebnfon, subjoin :— ^Smitten, semitone, cimmerian : 
«— Socinian :— Sy/van, sfoven, So/omon, so/tun, silicon, si/ken, s&cken :— - 
Sermon, cenilean, targeon: — Xenophoni sanshine:— ^n/2ton:^3onkeD, 
flmguine. 

Exercise XXY. 

Words teritten with the s-ciKCLEf foUotoed by a long consonant-sign 
ending tcith the v-nooK, followed by another long consonant-sign, 

Spimnge, sponge, Spuiish, spimung, spawm'n^, spanning: — Softening: 
— Summoning :— -Saddening : — Seasoning :-»Skmnmg, sickening, scan- 
Ring. 

Exercise XXVI. 

Words written with the s-ciKCh^, followed by a long consonant-sign 

ending with the ifs or zis-circle. 

Sapience, summons^ seqaence* 

Exercise XXVII. 

Words written^ with the s-circlk, followed by a long consonant- 
sign^ followed by the shn or zdn-hook. 

SaffbiSon> station, citation, sitoation, section, suction, sanction. 

Exercise XXVIII. 

Words written with the ut-loop, followed by two long consonantr 

signs. 

Stupefy, stupid, stoppage, steeping, stopping, stopping, stooping: — 
Stubbing, stabbing: — Stuffing: — Staving :---oteBmer, stammer, stamina, 
stomach, steaming, stemming: — Statute, stated, state/y, stout/y, stating:—- 
Stadied, steadier, studying, steadying :^3tifetto, sto/id, stea/tii, stoa/thy, 
%tjti»kf BteaAng, sti/fing :-^tirrup, starve, storm, stormy, storied, sturdy, 
sterile, storer, starch, starchy, steerage, storage, stark, steering, stirring, 
vtorinff :— Stanza, stonewall, stainer, stench, staunch, stingy, staiuiuff, 
•tnnnmg, stoning: — Statuary, stitehing ;— Staging :— Stockade, stoccoed, 
stakehcAd, stalking, sticking, stocking, stacking, stuccoing :— Stinger, 
stink, stunk, stingo. 



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"EaoEMCum XXIX. 
Wbrd$ vriUen mih a half-length conmrnani-ngn^ preceded hf m 

ST-LOOP. 

0teeped, Btopped; itepped; stoopecl ^-^Stobbed ; stabbed: — SitaSedi 
-Staved, itovMi:— Stamped ; stamped :— Steamed, stemmed:— ^tilt:—- 
Stewed, stilled, staHed^ styled s— Start : — Steered ; stored, stared, stured ; 
started ;— Stint ; stootr — Stained, stoned, stamied; stand :^ — Stitfibed^-' 
StaU^d, stocked; staked; stacked^ 

ExBKCXSif XXX. 

Wards wriiten toitk (he bt-uoot^ followed hy a Itmg eemeonani'mgHf 

fUUneed by the 9 or »-ciicxje. 

Stares, states, stadions. 

EXSBCISB XXXI. 

Wbr<is wriUm tnth three fuU'lenfth eoneonant^sigfu^-ihe laM aim' 
sonant-sign beginning with an l^hook or r-hook. 

PopisUy, pimple, pamper, piamater, apotbecavj/paitfal, paftryrpeAsr, 
pou/try, powerful, powSnttUy, periphery, porter, peartree, parocbia], pa- 
rochially, pineapple, panoply, painful, paintully, pantry, pantner, pinnacle, 
pecuniary, picture, puncture. 

Bufibonery, baiAible, beibbor, bafeful, ba/iefully, befiyfol, boZZfly, be^firr, 
BeZfoville, Bolivar, bo/ter, bewi/der, bui&ler, boMer, beho2der, beffwetti- 
er, be/eaguer, bearable, barber, barter, barratry, border, boarder, boor* 
iM/y, baneful, baoeliilly, bundle, bindery, boundary, binnacle, ^^•^**'^tw^ 
bookisA/y, bigotry, begetter, banker, bunsle. 

Foppi«^y, fumble, nduciidf fiductaZ^y, fiduciary, £uthfu], fiiidifblly, fin/!* 
/ible, ra^ibly, foMer, fearful, fearfully, firefly, former, fiirmer, forger, fiip- 
ganr, foifBger, finab^, ibndle, foundry, finical, factor, factory, fineer. 

VioAible, vo/uble, voftibly, available, avai/ably, variable, yariaoly, veii- 
tnre, avenger, vinegar, victor, victory; 

Embattte, embitter, moveable, moveably, mumble, member, memono^ 
mimicry, mouthful, mythical, ma^eable, marble, marriaUe, maraoder, 
aaonopoly, amenable, manful, manfully, manoeuvre, mental, mentaUyj 
nantie, TToman-faater, monitor, meander, minero/, manorial, miniatare, 
man^r, manager, menagorie, manacle, bonpogenial, imaginer, imaginaiy, 
BMgical, machinery, amicable, amicably, mingle, mangle. 

Typical, typically, temple, temper, tymbal, tameable, tumble, timber, 
tempter, autumnal, tidewater, tidewaiter, toadeater, ti22able, terrible, ter- 
ribly, tearful, Tartar, attainable, tuneful, tunefully, teachable, attackable, 
together, technical, technically, tincture, tinkle, twinkle, tinker, tingla, 
tangle. 

Adopter, adapter, woodpecker, debitor, debater, debauchery, defamer, 
definer, divider, diviner, dimple, damper, diameter, admiroZ, admeasure. 



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deathblow, deathfal, di/ater, de/ader, durable, darably, direfid, direfiilly, 
diurnal, diurnaHy, deatable, Dvnbar, Danbuiy, dental, daintily, dwindle, 
dandle, danger, Donegal, digital, doctor, diagonal, diagonally, dingle, 
dangle. 

Heathenishly, thievishly, thimble,, thonder, ethnicd, thinker. 

E^peMof, especially, waspi^^y, assemble, assembly, assailable, usurp- 
er, assignable, asunder, essen/io/, eaaenliaUy, assoctable, escaper, house- 
keeper. 

Helpfal, lapful, fonghable, fonghably, yetfow-ieirer, laughter, whafefish- 
cry, lovMe, AivisA/y, i^imber, /umber, he/iometer, /imewater, 2imetree, 
a/umwater, /imner, we//manner, lawmaker, healthful, healthfully, lyrical, 
alioaable, highlander, Leander, illnature, lonuger, legible, /egibly, eligi- 
ble, eligibly, algebra, logical, logically, welcomer, lictor, elector, Leuctra, 
fecture^ lawgiver, alligator, linger, longer, languor. 

£epeople, reptile, repeater, repiner, harpooner, rupture, rapture, arbi- 
ter, hereafter, rafter, refiner, revival, revivor, rava^er, ravisher, rumple, 
ramble, ramble, armful, harmful, roomful, removal, reiBOver, remodel, 
armonal, «9rathful, t^rathfully, hierarchal, renewable, re-enter, errantry, 
rainwater, ranger, orangery, reinsure, ironical, ironically, original, origin- 
ally, recover, recovery, rector, rectory, reckoner, rakic&ly, rogui«Aly, 
wrongful, torongfully, trrinkle, rankle, rankly, rancor, torangle. 

Inhibitory, unbuckle, enfeeble, ineffable, ineffably, unaffable, unaffably, 
anfetter, unfur^ uuof&cialy unoffin'olly, enviable, enviably, innovator, iu- 
vader, uaeveBly, knavi«Aly, inveigle, iavigor. New Hampshire, nimble, 
Biimbly, unamiable, number, numeral, nominal, nominally, inimical, Na- 
thaniel, Nashville, uncouple, innkeeper, uncover, nectar, uncurl. 

Chapter, chapiter, chamber^ waielunaker^ nherrytree, chaunter, chang- 



Jnpiter, juvenile, jumble, geometry, juniper, jaaitor, geatiy, gender, 
jdntare, ginger, ejector, juncture, jingle, jungle, jangle. 

SheepisAly, shamble, shameful, shametuUy, ^oemaker, shelter, «ioul- 
der, chicaBery, shingle. 

Capable, eaptor, capture, eubieal, eabically, equivocal, equivocally, 
Cambria, camphor, comical, comically, cbeaiical, ehemically, catheter, 
€»libre, Calabria, curable, careful, carefully, carver, quarter, courtier, 
curator, carter, cannibal, cobical, conically, coadyutor, coquetry, con- 
quer. 

Ganble, gaileftd^ gmlefuily, guilder, garble, garter, girdle, ignoble, 
ignobly. 

. EXSRCISE XXXII. 

VPhrds tDrittett with three fuU-Ungth eonsottant-iigns — the second 
beginning with the l-hook or b-hook. 

Peopling, papering, peppering, puberty, pibroch, patrole, Patrick, pat- 
terinff, petrify, putnfy, pNedlar, padlock, peddling, ^ddling, jMiwdenng, 

Eenally, panelling, panorama, pickling, Apocry^ia, pickerel, Picardy, 
ypocrisy, puckering, epigram. 
Bubbling, babbling, baffler, baffling, bivalve, bevelling, Beverly, bev- 
erage, beeUing, botmng; battling; betroth, betrayer, bitterly, bitterisi, 



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betraying, betteriog, battering, battering, buckram, bickering, biograpby, 
begrime, beggar/y, be^udge, beggaring. 

Febrile, February, labric, &vorer, feveri^Ay favoring, femoral, epheme- 
i-al, fettering, fiddler, fiddling, fuddling, foddering, father/y, featneriBg, 
futhenng, phonology, funeral, funereal, officiality, &culty, %lea( figor* 
ing. 

Venality, venereal, vicarage. 

Employer, implore, implying, employing, improve, whimpering, em- 
blem, embroil, umbre//a, umbrage, ambrosia, Hamburgh, Mayflower, 
muffler, muffling, mutterer, muttering, humdrum, Minerva, mushroom^ 
measuring, mackerel, meageWy. 

TijDpliug, toppling, Tipperary, tapering, tabling, outbrave, outbreak, 
tittenn^, twittering, tottering, tattering, tutoring, tawdri/y, tethering,, 
tunnelhng, tickler, ticklish, tickling, tackling, autocracy, autograph, tiger- 
ish. 

Diploma, deplore, deploying, dappling, deprive, deprave, doobliag, 
dabbling, daybreak, defiour, diaphragm, defrayer, deferring, differing, 
defraying, develope, devolve, divulge, devilish, deviling, adverb, diatribe, 
dewdrqp, daydream, declaim, decWe, decrial, decrymg, diagram, dog- 
gerel, daggering. 

Theatnc, ethnology, theocracy. 

Withdrawal, withdrawing, thitherto. 

Whisperer, whispering, Austra/ia, awestruck, ascribe. 
Libelling, libelling, /iberty, /iberal, ^iberaZ^, lihmjf foborer, Zaboring, 
/eveller, fevelling. Limerick, literary, toiterer, 2ittennff, loitering, fetter- 
ing, /ethargy, /eathering, leisurely, tocality, likelihood, oifoloth, atecrity, 
liquoring, fegality, a/fegretto, /oggerhead. 

iJeplevy, rippling, replying, reapplying, reproof, reprieve, reprove, 
reproach, warbler, warbling, i2io Bravo, harborer, ruoric, harboring, 
rifling, ruffling, raffling, reaffirm, reframe, refresh, referring, reveller, 



revelling, ravellins, rumoring, uranology, renerve, reclaim. 

Unbloody, nibbier, nibbling, enabling, ennobling, neighborhood, nei 



ligh- 



iff, ru 
illing, 
ubloody, 
boriy, neignboring, inflame, envelope, novelty, enamelling, untruth, en- 
trail, nitric, intrigue, wintering, entering, wanderer, undergo, wandering, 
hindering, wondering, enthrall, unwithering, natural, naturally, unchurch, 
New Jersey, injuring, unqualify, uncloiidy» encroach, incurring. 
Chaffering, chattering, channelling, chucklehead, chuckling. 
Jeopardy, jabbering, jovial, geuenJ, generatfy, generic, joggling, jug- 
gling, geography. 
# Shuffler, shuffling, chivalry, shovelling, shaveling, shivering, shattering, 
Shadrach, shuddering, #Aackling, ra^rhouse, sugaring. 

Coupling, cooperage, capering, quibbler, quibbling, cobbling, cabrioto, 
caviller, cavalry, cavalier, cavilling, quivering, quavering, covering, cater- 
er, accoutring, coddling, quadrille, coloring, corollaty, Caro/tna, quarre^ 
tng, caroUingf acknowledge, kennelling, cackling, cockerel. 
Gobbler, gobbling, Gabriel, gibberish, giggling. 
Anchoring, angler, KngUsh, angling, angn^y, hungering. 



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PHONOGBAPHXO WORD-BOOK KO. II. 81 



ExBRoiSB XXXin. 

Words written wUh three JuU-length coMcmant-ngns — the first he* 

ginning with, the L-nooK. 

Plymonthy plumage, pituabing, pUming, platina, plethora, plaything, 
^earisy, ptianey, pluclciDg, plaguing, plugging, plank. 

Blowpipe, blabbed, blabbing, blemish, blammg, blooming, bloodiZy, 




Flipping, flopping, effluvium, flambeau, flame^^ed, Falmouth, philo- 
matby, flimsy, Flemish, flaming, Fleming, fluidity, philo/ogy, Florida, norid, 
6arried, flourish, flaring, flooring, flinty, fluency, flinch, flange, fledging, 
Aeskhooik, fleeMng, flusning, flashing, afflict, flocked, flaxy, flocking, flak- 
uig, flecking, flogged, flagged, floggmg; flagging; flank. 

£vil-doer. 

Millennial. 

Addlefaeaded. 

Whir/pool, rai£road« 

Unlormg, unloading, enlarge, unalluring, unlatching. 



Clipping, clappiuff, clubbing, acclivity, cleaving, clumsy, ^imblng, 
slaimmg, clothing, dfarify, Clarissa, chloride, 
* ' ■ **' ' ' * ;, clinch, clench, ( 

cloaked, clucked, clicking, cloaking, cluck- 



dear/y, clearer, Killamey, 
iAergf^ derk, Clark, clearing, clinch^ clench, clannish, clownish, cleaning, 
clutching, clashing, clicked, c" ' " " 




EXBROISE XXXIV. 

Words written with two of the l-hook consonant-^gns. 




inioveiy, 

nnlikely, unluckily:— Colonial, cleanly, colloquial, colloquially: — Glib- 
ly« gleefiil. 

EXKRCISB XXXV. 

Words commencing with an l-hook consonant-sign^ then or z-cm- 
CLE and another full'length consonant-sign at the end. 

Placide, placid, placer, pleasing, placing: — Blossom, blessed, blessing, 
blazer, blazon, blazing :~<-Fhilosophy, flauE, fleecing: — Unlacing, unloos- 
ing, analyzer, analyzmg: — Clasp, classify, closet, close/y, closer, classic, 
clfiinng, classing: — Glossary, glisten, glossing, glazing. 

4* 



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ExsRCfisE XXXVI. 

Words written with a long consonant-sign^ foUowtd by (he s or it' 
cifici^i:, followed by an l-hook or r-hook consonant-sign^ 

Peaceable, appeasable, peaceably, possible, possiblj, passable, pesn- 
bly, peacefal, peacefully, passivel^r, passover, ^try, pcusoaer, postare, 
pasture, paschal : — Boy's-play, besieger : — Feasible, feasibly, fusible, ft^ 
tener, fiscal, physical, physically : — Vesper, vestry, visible/yisibly, yestuier 
—•Misapply, hemispliere, wbomsoever, mastery, ooasker, massacre :-- 
Hotspur, whatsoever, tasker, phthisical : — Disciple, display, disable, ad* 
ducible, deceiver, dissever, dissettle, destroy, decider, dissuader, dishouor, 
designer, decennary, descry, disagree : — Seceder : — Lucifer, Louisville, 
listener: — Risible, irascible, wheresoever, receiver, resettle: — Whenso- 
ever, unscrew : — Whichsoever : — Gesture :— Extra,, Exeter, cohesible, 
causable, accusable. 

Exercise XXXVII. 

Words smitten teith an ]«-hook or r-hook consonant-sign, JbUowed 
by a long consonant-sign, followed by the s or z-circi.e. 

Pleiads, Pleiades, appliance; propose, preface, profess,. profuse, previ- 
ous, promise, premiss, premise, apparatus, produce, prioress, precious:— 
Ableness, bhieness; Brutus, Hebrides, broadwise, Briareos, breeches, 
bricks: — Afflatus, effloresce, awfulness, wofulness, effluence, affluence, 
flax ; Euphrates, fracas : — Evilness ; overpass, overdose, overalls : — ^Trea- 
tise, traduce, tre^<?i8, trueness, atro^'ous: — Idleness; dryness:— -Other- 
wheres : — Analogous ; unrighteous : — Crevice, crevasse : — Glimpse, glot- 
tis, glorious; grieves, grievous, grimace. Grimes, egregious, gracuias, 
Gracchus. 

Exercise XXXVIII. 

Words written with an l-hook or r-hook consonant-^gn, followed 

by the st or zd-loop. 

Pleased, placed ; priest, highpriest, priced, prized, apprised, praised, 
appraised, pressed, oppressed: — Blazed, blest, blast; braced, breast, 
bruised, browsed : — Fleeced ; frost : — Trist, traced, trust : — Dressed, ad- 
dressed : — Authorized, thrust : — Enlist, enkoed, unlaced, unloosed, an- 
nalist, analyzed; henroost, unrest: — Closed, classed; creased, crossed, 
Christ, crest, cmst, crazed, cruised: — Glossed, glazed; grist, graced, 
graied. 



ntovoGftipmo wobd-boox vo. n. SS 



l^ords wriUen %mtk two JvUrlength omwnani-ngnt'^thefint 

fling vntk the l-hook or r-hook, and the uut ending mth the 

M-HOOK. 

Flebeian, plooghtnaB, platoon; profuie, proven, protean, appertuD, op- 
portune :^-Biacken ; Bremen, brahmin, Breyman, Brighton, brighten, 
Britain, Briton, Aberdeen^ broken, brogaa : — Flaggon ; frighten, rhrj- 
gian, African :— Everyman, overdone, overran :— Trepan, trapan, Tribone, 
waterman, Watortown, triton> trodden, tritfion :— Driven, drayman. Dry- 
den, hydrogen, dragon, dragoon:— Threaten:— Thereupon:— Enliven: 
— -WaomerwoBani^^lG^eD, chtorine, clarion; criven :--^Iatton, ^ad- 
den; Chriflin. 

Exercise XL. 

Words written with an l-hook or r-hook eonfonanl-^ign ending 
wUk the v-aooK^ followed by a long ixmtonant-^ign. 

Planet, plenty, plonge, plaining, planning; pruning: — ^Blench, blanch; 
branch, brownish, braining:— Frenzy, French,lringe,irowning:-— Trench, 
training ^— Drench, drainage, droniib, draining, drowning :— Greenhooie. 



Exercise XLI. 

Wbrde written with thenar z-circMsZ^ foUowed by a long consonant/' 
sign^fo)Uowed by an l-hook or r-hook consonanl'sign» 

Sceptre, sputter, spatter, spouter, spider, spiral, B^raUf, spinal, su* 

Sinely, spaniel, spinner, specto/, 8pec«a/2y, speckle:— Sophomore, sifter :— 
imple, simply, sample, simper, syiuDol, sombre, scimeter, symmetry, 
smatter, smother, smoother, seminal, Sumner, smoker, smuggle :»> 
Steeple, staple, stable, stubble, suitable, suitably, stiffly, stifle, sottiMly, 
•tickle, stoical, stoically: — Soda-water, sidereal, zodiacal: — Seizable, 
nzable : — Steeper, s/ipper, s^ppery, sai/able, sfobber, sn/bfaur, silver, sti- 
ver, sbver, slavery, s&nghter, psa/ter, swe/ter, sultry, saluter, Salathiel, 
■oldier, soldiery : — Sorrowful, sorrowfully, servile, circle : — Snapper, sin- 
fiil, sinfully, snuffle, snaffle, centre, sentry, saunter, senator, swindle, 
nodal, sunder, sundry, snarl, senntol, senfftally, censure, cynostire, cyni- 
cal, cynically, snuggle, snusly, Sene^ : — Sociable, sociably :«-Skipper, 
squabble, scuffle, scoffer, scoemer, skimmer, sycamore, scuttle, squatter, 
■catter, squirrel, schooner: — Signal: — Single, singly. 



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EXBROISB XLII. 

Wcr^f HrrUten mlh three full-length consonant'ngn$^ the first b^ 

ginning inth the r-houk. 

IV^I^re, propping, prohibit, probity, probate, approbate, probed, 
hyperUWe, probmg, pmphecy, prophesy, profile, privacy, proviso, 
|tr«vail. (irovoke, approving, premium, primacy, priming, prefocy, prow2> 
«r% |>r\«/ogue, prolong, prow/ing, priority, prorogue, preaching, approach- 
t«Ht. progeny, prejudge, preoccupy, proxy, procure, pricking, prjringly, 
immk* 

Umwbeat, bribed, bribing, brevity, bravado, abreuvoir, breviary, bra* 
t«Mni» braving, Abrahamic, brimming, Brittany, Britannia, breathing, 
Imiw/er, bravt^/ing, broi/in^, brunette, brandy, breaching, broaching, 
br«H«ohing, bridging, abridgm^, bru«Awood, bru«Aing, breucage, broke- 
ll]tt». brackish, breaking, bragging, bringing. 

teaming, iruitive, anrighted, frighted, frothing, {realty, fro2ic, freshing, 
fricassee, freakish, freaking, forgive, forgave, frank. 

Overpower, overbusy, overboil, overfill, overvalue, overmuch, over- 
match, overhaisty, overfoap, over/ap, overwhe/m, virifity, oveWook, over- 
liying, override, overrule, overreach, overarch, overwork, virtaoao, vir- 
taal, virtuaZ/y, Virginia, verging, averaging, over^Aadow, overcome, over- 
oune, overoare, overcarry. 

Tripping, trapping, trooping, tropic, trefoil, waterfidi, waterfowl, 
traffic, Watervillo, tnumph, trim/y, watermill, trimming, watertight, tree- 
toad, treated, traded, TroZ/ope, water/i/y, wateWime, tri/^ing, trai^g, 
trinity, trainoil, tragedy, tragic, trudging, trickish, trochaic, trunk. 

Hydropathy, dropsy, dripping, dropping, drooping, drawback, drub- 
bing, hydropnobia, drift, adrift, draught, driving, dreaming, dramming, 




ing, thra«&ing, thronged, thronging. 

Therefore, therewithal, thereinto, thereunto, weathercock, weather- 
gauge. 

Unroofing, enravish, inwreathing, imwreathing, enrolling, anrolling, en- 
riching, enraging, ownership, nourishing, enrank. ^ ^ 

Shnving, soroving, Bhrewi«4/y, shrieking, shrugging, shrink, shnmk, 
shrank. 

Creeping, cropping, craving, acrimony, cramming, critic, crudity, cni- 
•Zty, crawling, craunch, cringe, chronic, crowning, crouching, crae^ing, 
orashing, cretu^ed, cricket, cracked, crooked, creauking, croaking, crack- 
ing, crooking, cragged, crank. 

Griping, groping, ^uping, grubbing, ^bbing, Griffith, graphic, gra- 
vity, grave^. grieving, aggrieving, gravins, growing, grantee, Oreea- 
wikhI, ^>*enaaa, Greenwich, grange, greenisn, grinning, groaning, grudg- 
ing, aggregate. 



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ExBRCISB XLUI. 

' Words tcriUtn toiih two of the r-hook eomstmanl-ngns. 

Proper, prover, approver, premier, priBier, primarj, operator, portray, 
prudery, pniner, preacher, peijare, peijary, preaaore : — Briberj, brevier, 
travery, Drimmer, breeder, broader, breather, brother, braner, abranire, 
breaker, brewer, bragger : — Frippery, forbear, forever, fervor, framer, frit- 
' ter, fraitery, foreigner : — Overbear, overdraw, overdry, ovntfarow, ver- 
dure, overcrow, averager, overgrow t — Moreover :-^Trooper, Trevor, 
trover, tnnuner, tremor, treachery, treasure, treasary, trickery, trig- 
ger: — Draper, drapery, driver, drover, dreamer, drummer, drudgery: 
— Narrator :--ShniDbery:— Creeper, creator, crater, creatare, cmdier, 
crosier, croakerj cracker: — Graver, grammar^ granary, grazier, Gregory. 



Exercise XLIV. 

Wards written with an r-hook eonsananl-sign^ the 8 or z-cia- 
CLBf and another full-length consonant-sign at the end. 

Perceive, opprewive, prism, presume, porsoit, precede, proceed, pros- 
ody, preride, apprisal, appraisal, prizer, apprizer, praiser,^ appraiser, op- 
pressor, prison, presage, prosaic, prussic, pnziug, apprizing, praising, 
appraising, pressing, oppressing : — Bristle, hriatly, brisk, bracuig, Hebra- 
ism, Brazos, Brazil, bruiser, brazen, browsing : — Frosty, frisk, frisky, for- 
■ake, fresco, aphorism, frizzfe, frizz/y, frozen, freezing : — Ovenet, over- 
size, overs we/r, averse^, overseer. Haversack, overseeing: — Homor- 
some, amoronsZy, humonrasZy : — Truism, trustee, atrocity, trusty, tracery, 
tracer, treason, veatersoak, tracing, trussing : — Dresser, uressing, address- 
ing, drizzle, drizzly, drowsi/y : — ^Throst/e, authorizing:— Crisp, crossbow, 
cruciiy, cmsty, crande, crosswise, crossZy, craziZy, cruiser, chnsten, creas- 
ing, crossing, crazing, cruising : — Grasp, aggressive, gristle, grossly, griz- 
zle, grizzly, grocer, grocery, greasing, gracing, grazing. 



Exercise XLY. 

Words written with an l or r-hook consonant-sign^ ffMowed by die 

double s or z-circle. 

Precise, process, traces, tresses, trusses, analysis, Croesus, crises, crisis. 



86 rHOVOORAPHIO WORD-BOOK ITO. XL . 



Exercise XLYI. 

Wcrdi vrriUen teith one long consanant-ngn followed by dk lot l- 

HooK-uoN, ending toiUi an h-hook. 

£mbrown, tavern, oatgrown, Dublin, doubloon, dethrone, decliaffr 
withdrawn, Wolverine, recline, unblown, enthrone, enrinine, incline, mr 
clean, Anacreon, uncrown, chaplain, cfaaodron, jarefin, e&agrin, corexBy 
Kedron, quadroon, goblin, govern. 

Exercise XLYII. 
Words tmriUen toith an r-hook sign, followed hy an i^noox ngiL 

Palaver, plumber, plighter, plotter, whippletree, appletree, ^etborfi 
pluro/, plainer, plenary, planner, pleasure :— Blubber, blabber, oeliever, 
blamer, blotter, bladder, bleacher, obliger:— Flavor, flumnaery, filter, 
whifiletree, flitter, flutter, flatter, flattery, Fletcher, flicker : — Maligner, 
Hamflcar: — Deliver, delivery, idolatry, idolater: — HeroMry :— CIKpper, 
claj^r, culver, cleaver, clover, clever, claymore, clamor, clatter, diiner, 
cdeaner:— Glimmer, glitter, gladder, gleaner, glazier. 

Exercise XLVIII. 
Words written with an r-hook sign, followed hy an i«-book sign. 

Approval, primal, primely, predial, perennial, perennially, pmnel, pra 
nello, prickly : — Briefly, bravely, brittle, brutal, brutally, bndle, bndal, 
brothel, brachial: — Feiurlul, frothily, fragile, freshly ^ freckle, frugal :— 
Verbal, verbally, overflow, vernal, Virgil: — Tripoli, triple, treble, trebly, 
trouble, utterable, trueblue, waterfly, trifle, truffle, trivial, trivially, tra- 
vail, travel, trammel, turtle, eternal, eternally, triennial, treacle, trickle, 
truckle : — Dripple, dribble, drabble, drivel, draggle : — Unravel, tmriddle: 
—Shrivel: — Cripple, cradle, crackle: — Grapple, agreeable, agreeably, 
gruffly, grovel, gravel, gravely, grimly, greenly. 



Exercise XLIX. 

Words written loilh a long consonant-sign, followed by an l-hook 
or R-HOOK consonant-sign, ending toiUi the s or z-circle. 

Buttress, bitters : — Fibrous : — Vocalize, vigorous : — Impress, emprize, 
embrace, embers, Ambrose, mattress, Madras, manners :— Ti^s, tigreaa; 
-^Depress, Hudibras, divers, diverse, adverse, auditress, editress, nead 
dress, decrease, decorous, Douglass, digress :^Whiskeri : ^ Leprona^ 



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Jecheroiif :— IZepIace, repress, reprize, warbles, aariferoas, reverse, re- 
trace, redress, reclase, recross : ^ Naples, noblesse :— Inverse, universe, 
nitroos, undress^ wondrous, nucleus, NichoUs, inclose, enclose, unclose, 
increase i^-Checkers :— Generous :— Caprice, copperas, actress, cauterize, 
oofors. 

Exercise L. 
Words toriUen fvith two long consonant-signs^ (he last ofiohich takes 

the BHN or ZHN-HOOK. 

Petition, optician, |>otation, paction, po^ution, portion, apportion, 
Persian, Parisian, pension, oppngnation : — Habitation, obtusion, aboZition, 
ebiUntioQ, abortion, aberration : — Affiiiation, fa/chion, Phcenician, fiction, 
affection, fiiction, function :— Vo/itiou, violation, evo/ution, vaZuation, voZu- 
tion, variation, Venetian, vi^tation, eviction, vacation, avocation, vocation : 
—Ambition, imitation, mutation, mediation, immolation, emulation, humi/- 
lUion, immersion, monition, munition, mention, mansion, ammunition, 
magician, eroactation :— Tertian, tension, attention, attenuation : — Adop- 
tion, diffusion, deviation, division, devotion, Domitian, admission, di/ation, 
•doiation, di/ution, deZusion, adoration, duration, derision, donation, dic- 
tion : — Assumption, assertion, ascension, association : — Hesitation : — Liba- 
tion, efovation, a/toviadon, alienation, /ogician, location, a/Zocation, e/ec- 
tion, focation, etocntion, legation, aiZegation :— Eruption, irruption, re- 
fiMhion, revision, remission, irritation, rotation, Artesian, erudition, radia- 
tion, re&tion, ruination, erection, reaction, irrigation, rogation, arrogation : 
— Infaibitidb, iufusicm, invasion, innovation, animation, notation, annota- 
tion, intuition, inhalation, narration, inanition, initiation, inchoation, an- 
nexion, inaction, enaction, negation : — Egyptian, agitation, gentian, ejec- 
tion, junction : — Occupation, caption, capuchin, quotation, coa/ition, cor- 
rofion :— Gumption, ignition. 

Exercise LI. 
Words wriUen with an l-hook consonant-sign^ ending with the shit 

or ZHN-HOOK. 

Appellation : — Oblation ; ablution : — Afflation : — CoUision ; collation, 
cdUniion. 

Exercise LII. 
Wards written with an r-hook consonant-sign, ending with the shit 

or ZHN-HOOK* 

Appttrition ; operation, oppression, Prussian : — Hebrician ; abrasion :— 
Tftimoo, freshen : — ^Version, aversion :— Attrition, iteration :*-Accretion, 
oreatMn :— Gi^ecian, aggression. 



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Exercise LIII. 
Words written with a long consonant-sign^ followed by ike niifl «r 

ZHNZ-HOOK AND CIRCLE. 

Patience, potions; passions :— Fashions, fusions, effusions t-^Vmcm; 
evasions, ovations : — Missions, emissions, omissions ; motions, emoUooit 
— Editions ; additions : — Elisions ; fotions ; i2^ions, a^usions : — EratioB% 
orations : — Nations, notions : — Auctions, cautions ; equations, oocasiou; 
actions, cusbions. 

Exercise LIY. 

Words written with a long consonant-sign, ending with the shh 0r 
zna-nooK, followed by another long consonant-sign. 

Optional visionary, missionary, motioning, additional, additumal^y 
rational, rationally f nationa/, ntiUoually, notioua/, auctioneer, caatXH|ir7» 
actionary, cautioning ; occasiona/, occasiona//y, occasioning. 

Exercise LV. 

Words written with a long consonant-sign, followed hy the n or %- 
CIRCLE, and terminating in the sen or zHif-HOOK. 

Opposition, position ; possession ; apposition :— Abscission : — Physi- 
cian : — Decision ; dissuasion : — Secession, cessation i^Rece^^a :— Inci- 
sion :— Excision, acquisition ; causation, accession ; accusation. 

Exercise LVI. 

Words written with two long consonant-signs, followed by a half- 
length consonant-sign. s 

Populate, pu/pit, up/ift, pi/oted, pe/ted, pointed, pa^iated, pi/2aged, 
parapet, purified, pervade, pirated, parted, uprooted, paraded, perched, 
parched, purged, perished, parachute, passionate, picketed, pocketed, 
punctuate. . 

Befitted, web-footed, obviated, bedaubed, bethumped, bo/ted, be/ted, 
baZ/oted, be/ched, bilked, abrupt, barbed, barefoot, bereft, bereaved, 
berated, bearded, boarded, hybemate, baronet, burked, barked, barri- 
cade, benefit, benighted, bonneted, bayoneted, abnegate, habituated, ob- 
ject, abject, abjugate, backbite, becalmed, bequeathed, backward, bigot* 
ed, Bagdad, beguiled, banquet, banked. 



Fumigate, fatigued, fathomed, fi/med, affi/iated, fiZ/eted, fbZiated, fo^- 
l, fi/ched, ferryboat, farabout, forebode, forfeit, forefoot, fervid, formed, 
farmed, affirmed, forded, afforded, forethought, aforehand, forged, forked. 



finitude, fainted, offt^nded, funded, founded, officiated, efficient, effected, 
affected. 

Vomited, viaduct, viiZified, ve/vet. va/ved, evoZved, voZumed, van/ted. 



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violatad, ynlgate, verified, varioloid, variegate, vented, vaunted, even- 
tide, heavenward, vineyard, avenged, vegetate, vitiated, vacated, evacu- 
tM, vacant, viscoant. 

Embalmed, embodied, imbedded, ambulate, embowered, mimicked, 
molfified, miZitate, me/ted, immolated, mai/eated, hiimi^ted, mi/dewed, 
moa^ded, me/iorate, ame/iorate, milltori^t, morbid, mermaid, merited, 
emerald, marched, merged, emerged, marked, market, Haymarket 
emanate, minded, highminded, mended, amended, many-beaded, man- 
date, imminent, eminent, minuend, managed, emaciated, machinate, mag- 
nate, magnet 

Typified, tufted, toughened, tumefied, tomtit, tempted, attempted, tn- 
molt, tomahawked, Talbot, Ta/mud, ti/ted, toZerate, toll-gate, torpid, 
tnrbot, turbid, terrified, termed, iterated, turreted, target, tur*gid, two- 
handed, attenuated, tanyard, tenant, tenent, ticketed, tunguetiea. 

Deep-mouthed, adopted, adapted, deputed, deport, deep-read, depict, 
debited, debated, doubfet, debarred, de&med, defeated, defiled, default, 
definite, defined, defend, deafened, devoted, divided, devoured, advent, 
admitted, demerit, demurred, admired, damaged, demiffod, deathbed, 
deived, deZtoid, de/ighted, dieted, duZ^witted, di/uted, c^Zuded, deline- 
ate, delased, dialect, delicate, delegate, dwarfed, derived, dairymaid, 
dirtied, oarted, derided, direct, derogate, denoted, deject, decamped, 
dictate, addicted, docketed, docky&rd, hoodwinked. 

Thwarted, thickheaded, thickened, thanked. 

Usurped, Israelite. 

Associated, escaped. 

A/phabet, Afeboat, i/Zfated, Zifted, aZZeviated, eZevated, Zavished, aZarm- 
ed, hoZftiw-hearted, aZienated, Zanded, Zaunched, Ziquefied, weZcomedf 
eZected, Zocated, Ziquidate, Zongboat, Zinked, eZongate, Zanguid. 

Repeated, reputed, repudiate, repealed, repelled, report, repaired, 
reappeared, rebuffed, rebated, rebutted, rabbeted, rebaiid, rebelled, re- 
fittea, refuted, roughshod, revived, riveted, rivuZet, revolt, revealed, re- 
viled, revered, ravaged, ravished, armpit, rhomboid, removed, remitted, 
remedied, armZet, remould, rummaged, hare/ipped, r^Zieved, reZighted, 
rpZated, heralded, rarified, rewarded, rearward, reinliabit, renovate, or- 
nated, warranted, reunited, rounded, trrenohed, re-enjoyed, ranged, bt^ 
ranged, re-enact, renegade, recheated, originated, reject, resnipped, 
worsffipped, reassured, Recbabite, eructate, requited, erected, reacted, 
recalled, recoiled, required, irrigated, arrogated, reguZate, lorongheaded, 
ranked. 

Unpaved, neaptide, unpitied, unpoZite, nnappalled, Newport, un- 
packed, henpecked, inhabited, inhibited, unabated, unabetted, un- 
Mthed, unbuilt, unbolt, unboiled, unbeheld, enbowelled, unbarred, un- 
heard, unabashed, unbaked, unbegot, unfaded, unfelt, unfilled, enfold, 
wifold, infuriate, unfeared, enfired, infinite, invited, innovated, invaded, 
anavoided, invioZate, invoZute, invalid, unveiled, unvalued, novitiate, un- 
moved, animated, enumerate, Nimrod, unmoored, unmatched, unattired, 
anadored, inadeauate, unhusked, unasked, unyieZded, unarrived, un- 
armed, nnwarmed, unharmed, inherited, narrated, unbearded, unargued, 
onenvied, anointed, unwonted, noontide, unhanded, unendowed, annihi- 
lated, nnannealed, oninured, nnenjoyed, enmiciate, annunciate, un- 



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ontAeaAed, imared, nnihocked, unoccupied, incdliate, encamped, faqri 
etade, unacqaitted, inqoieted, anqoitted, inchoated, enacted, mnecdoHy 
inocu2ate, uncalled, unequalled, uncoiled, unquelled, inaccoftite^ i» 
quired, unacquired, encox^, unhackneyed, encaged, nncaged. 

Chitchat, churched, charged^ cherished, channted, changed, ohaiMhi^ 
checkmate, chinked. 

Gibbeted, Jehoaaphat, jo^^yboat, jUted, jofted, jointed, Jaoobite, JMb 
boot, ejacuAite. 

Shipmate, shiproad, shifted, ikielded, thelyedt Charfotte. 

Copu/ate, copyright, cohabited, cobalt, cabbaged, coveted, aooaniolBl% 
catgut, aqueduct, qua/ified, quiited, coated, cofonade, cotfegiate, coQi^ 
cate, collect, corrupt, carpet,* curbed, corvette, curvet, curved, immi^ 
quartette, weakhearted, courted, corded, accorded, corroded, caids^ 
comet, coronet, carronade, corked, correct, canopied, canted, coontadi 
accounted, acquainted, candid, cannonade, quenched, actuated, cogital% 
ci\joled, cashiered, cockpit, cockfight, quickwitted, coacted, coqoiptts^ 
cocoanut, quickened, coagu/ate, cognate. 

GK)b/et, gifted, gimfot, guiided, girded, guarded, gorged, ignited, i^ 
nored, gunshot. 

Exercise LVII. 

Words in which a half-length consonant'sign occurs hettoeen tws 

long consonant-signs* 

Pomatum, appellative, pa/iiative, po/ite/y, pa/atal, appe22atory, pafatiM^ 
' pi/oting, pe/ting, pa^iatin^, po^uting, pertain, portage, portico, pirating, 
parting, uprooting, picketing, pocketing. 

Befitting, buffeting, obviating, abtotive, bo/thead, belittle, bUfoting; ! 
be/ting, bo/ting, ba^foting, abortive, Burton, Barton, habituating, bego^ 
ten, begetting. 

Fiftieth, fifteen, fumatory, affifiating, foretop, furtive, fortuity, fortiedii 
foretooth, fourteen, fortune, faintly, finitely, fanatic, phonetic, fondly, feign- 
edly, officiating. 

Vivid/y, vofotile, vau/ting, viofatingj averting, vintage, vantage, Vandal, 
vitiating. 

Emutetive, mi/itary, emu2atory, Mi/ton, mo/ten, Hami/ton, me/fing, Im 
mi/iatin^, mortify, mortal, morta^y, myrtle, Morton, Merton, ni^lii\ 
emaciating. 

Tei)idity, timidity, timid/y, iterative, iterating, outwardiy, talkativei 
ticketing. 

Adoptive, idiomatic, Doo^ttle, dilatory, aduZtery, de^ghting, ditetiiig^ 
di/nting, dirti/y, diuretic, dirting, darting, dictum, adequate/y, addlotiiig, 
ductile, dactyl, dogged/y. ' 

Thwarting. 

Hospital, assafostida, asthmatic, ascending, oecUlatofj, osci/Zating, at- 
sau/ting, ascertain, assoctadve, assoctating. 

£//iptic, /ifting, a^feviating, etovating, lunatic, alienating, elective, bo- 
tial, electing, locating. 

Eruptive, tepidity, refitting, rifting, rafting, i^eftitiBg, remetely, hanmU 



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aromatic, rfaeamatic, re/ightiDg, refotiii^, rewitten, Baritan, revrit- 

^, raorder, rewardiog, ornately, rental, oriental, arrantly, rentage, or- 
RHting, /Sanclall, roundl3r, recheating, archetype, rectify, reactive, requital, 
mncHly, erecting, requiting, reacting, ruggediy, arrogating. 

Inapt/j, infatuate, unfitting, in6ae1, unfading, inviting, innovating, in- 
vading, entitle, onited/y, noted/y, inert/y, inheritor, inerratic, inward/y, 
MDeteen, anointing, inundate, unwinding, unhanding, initiative, initiatory, 
initiating, nauseating, inactive, enactive, uuquietiy, lochoatins, enacting. 

OeAitine, ji/ting, jo/ting, genitive, gentle, genital, genteel, gentee2/y, 
yiaUy, gently f jaunti/y, joint-heir, ejecting. 

Shifting, shemetic, aasured/y, Chanti/Zy. 

Captive, capital, capita^y, cu()idity, cavatina, coveting, colZaUng, qui/t- 
fag, curative, courtesy, courthouse, curtail, conrt/v, accurate/y, cartel, car- 
touch, cartage, cortege, courtiug, carting, quantity, cantata, quintal, can- 
teen, canton, kindle, aindly, oindle. 

Gni/ti/y, igniting. 

Exercise LYIII. 

Words in tchich a half-length consanani'sign ia followed hy two 

long consonant-signs. 

Pitfiill, pettifog, epidemic, Potomac, potherb, petrify, putrify, hep- 
tarchy, pedi^o^e: — Beautifier, beatific, beautifying, but/er, bootjack, 
bedfe/iow, bedimming, bedtime, BedZam, bedroom, obduracy, beaeck- 
ing: — Footpath, football, footfall, fata/ity, futility, photo/ogy, fet/ock, 
bt/ing, footrope, fattening, fitting/y, futurity: — Vita/ity, victuaZZer, vict- 
ua/Zirig, vitrify :-— Imitative, imitating, Mati/da, maturity, maturely, me- 
teoric, matuting : — Modifier, modifying, medd/er, medvUlAVf medullary, 
mode^ng, middZin^, meddZing, muddZing, midriff, midsAip, madcap, mod- 
iemn :— Totality, titulary, tuteZar^, titular, tuteiary tautology, tutelage, 
twattTmjg, tattZing, tadpole: — OetaiZing, deterring, detaching, deadening: — 
Esteemiug*— Hosti/lty, hosti/e/y, hoste/ry, ostio/ogy, austerity, yestemay, 
eaater/y, ansterefy, wester/y, ostrich, historic, esoteric, hesitancy, aston- 
Vb, Hoosatonic :—- Hesitative, hesitating: — Aitorf, Ziterati, /atterfy, nZte- 
rior, titargy, altering, Zighteninff, lightning, haZtingZy : — Wildfowl, yield- 
iog/y : — ^iSutabaga, ratifier, ratifying, arterial, artenaZZy, oratorial, horta- 
tive, artilZery, retailing, rattZing, retrieve, rhetoric, retiring, rotunda, re- 
taining, retouching, reattaching, reticule, retaking i-^^Redeeming, riddZing, 
yardarm, orderZy, ordering, ordaining, hardening, hard«Aip : — Notebook, 
nightfiiU, notifying, nativity, antetype, intuitive, annotating, nettlin§[, 
l^ntworth, entwining, untwining, untuning, nightcap, antiquity, anti- 
qoarY, Nottingham, honeytongued, nuMntUngZy :— Windpipe, handbill, 
winafall, indicting, undoubdng, handiwork, andante, handcuff, undecay- 
ing:— CheatingZy, chidingZy ;<w.Agitative, agitating, geodetic :—Catfi«A, 
activeZy, cutZery, CataZonw, catalogue, catnip^ caoutchouc, academic, kid- 
nap : — Goodfellow, god^e, 



92 PHONOOKAPHIO WORD-BOOK NO. n. 

Exercise LIX. 

Words iorUlen tcith two HALF-LENaTH consanant-^gm. 

Fautucket, petticoat: — Beautified, bottomed, beatitude, bedimmed, < 
durate, bedrid, abdicate, abduct, bedecked : — Footpad, fattened, affidai 
footbold: — Victualed, evideut: — Imitated, mettled, maturate, ma 
mitigate: — Modified, meditate, mediated, muddybeaded, madhc 
moda/ate, moderate, midnight, Midionite, maidennood, maddened, 
icate : — T wattled, titled : — Detached, detect, dedicate, deduct, diademeil 
dead/ight: — TheodoZite: — Ascetified, e8timate,e8teemed, e8tated,eaat 
westward, astound, waistcoat, wastegate : — ^Li^htfoot, u/timate, i2I>t 
aititude, ^titude, lightheaded, /iterate, latent, lightened, litigate:— JBifr| 
fied, irritated, reta^ate, retailed, retort, reiterate, retired, retard, fighh 
hand, retained, retouched, reattached: — Readmit, redeemed, riddled, v-J 
dered, ordained, hardened, redcoat, eradicate: — Notified, intimatA^ 
tamed, entombed, annotated, antedate, antidote, untilled, nettled, on 
entailed, untired, interred, untoward, intent, intonate, untwined, ent 
ed, unatoned, intend, untuned, untouched, unattached, nightshade, 

Suate, iutact, unattacked : — Undeified,undevont, handmaid, andimmed, L 
icted, undated, unedited, indebted, undoubted, undu/ate, handled, ladfel 
rate, endeared, windward, endured, indent, indicate, undecked, indiie^ 
undecayed : — Chattered :— Agitated, adjudicate : — Sheetlead, shodderedi 
shattered : — Cutlet, cottaged. 

Exercise LX, 

Words vrritlen with a long consonant^sign^ foUowed by the sort' 
ci&cLK, followed by a half-length cansonant^gu^ 

Pacified, apostate,' pasted, posted, puzzled, haphazard, peasant, poboB* 
ed, puissant :««-Besotted, basted, bestead, boasted, bestowed, beatod, dh 
Bo/ete, basalt, abso/nte, absurd, buzzard, absent, abscind, beseeobed, be* 
sieged, biscuit, bisect, basket, basked : — Phosphate, feasted, fisted, Ibii^ 
ed, fasted, halfsighted, fizzled, fuzzled, ofilcered, halfsword, fijaAinntf^ 
pheasant, fastened :—« Vested, visited, vaci^te, viscerate, eviacerato^^ 
Messmate, mistaught, homestead, misdate, misdoubt, misdeed, macerale^ 
musket, Muscat, misquote, misguide: — Testate', twisted, tasted, teatedi 
attested, toasted, tesse/ate, tasseled, tusked, tasked : — Dissipate, deqnts^ 
despot, dispute, disobeyed, deceived, disavowed, decimate, dismayed, 
dusted, desuetude, dissuaded, decided, deceased, diseased, disused, deKh 
fote, disso/ute, disallowed, dazzled, desert, desired, diourayed, decent 
disunite, dizened, designed, disowned, descend, dissect : — Thousand :— 
Withstood : — Assisted, suscitate, assassinate : — Lisped, e/icited, fossitode, 
eZucidate, leasehold, lacerate, u/cerate, Wizard, u/cered, hallucinate, listeih 
ed, lessened, loosened: — iSespite, horsewhipped, rasped, rosebud, re- 
ceived, reassamed, resumed, restate, receipted, recited, rested, arrested, 
rusted, worsted, receded, resolute, result, wrestled, reassert, roseroot, r^ 
sort, recent, reassigned, reascend. rescind, resigned, resent, reasoned, r^ 
signed, resound, risked, rescued ;-«Unswept, unespied, onspedt insi^di 



PHOKOGBAPHIO WOBD-BO0K NO. n. 98 

unseated, incited, unsated, instead, ansoited, nnswathed, nnsealed, 
d, nnaold, nestled, insert^ answered, innocent, insinuate, unsent, 
t, nnassigned, unsound, insatiate, insect, wainscot, unsucked:— 
ed, chestnut, chastened: — Jested, jostled: — Occiput, except, ac- 
zpiate, exhumed, excitate, accosted, excited, coasted, exceeded, 
1, excelled, castled, accent, quiescent, exscind, cozened, execute, 
cascade: — Grasped, exhibit, exempt, gazetted, exalt, exult, gas- 
txiled, exhort, exert, exact. 

Exercise LXI. 

t written tnth a half-length consonant'sign, followed by a 
long consoTiant'Sign ending icith the a or z-circle. 

Douze, optimus, Patmos : — Footpace, fitness, fatness : — Titmouse :— - 
titless: — Hastiness, Hastings, hustings: — Ligbthorse, tightness, /a te- 
•Artifice, hurtZess, artfoss, heartfess, writers, heartiness, writings : 
Iness, radix : — Neatness, naughtiness, knottiness, intense : — Need- 
rindAss, endfess, neediness, wiudiness, handiness, index: — Judi- 
— Octavius, cut/ass, acuteness, Cadmua, wickedness:— God/ess, gid- 
gandiness, goodness, Giddings. 

Exercise LXIL 

s vrrittentciOi the s-ciKciA^t followed by a long consonant-sign^ 
and ending with a half-length consonant-sign* 

ted, n>otted, spited, spouted, speeded, spaded, spilt, spoilt, spo- 
ipoilea, spelled, spirit, sport, spirt, seaport, support, suppurate, 
1, spared, spurred, spiked, spigot :— Submit, suodued, seaboard: 
d :---Smutteid, smoothed, smelt, simu/ate, smiled, smelled, smart, 
id, sma«&ed, smoked, smacked: — Sweetmeat, Stewart, sweetheart, 
d: — Southward: — S/ipped, shopped, s/ept, stoped, stepped, so/ved, 
^, shammed, sZitted, sAghted, so/itude, s/ated, sa/uted, slurred, 
mI, sleeked, slaked, silicate, select, slugged : — Surfeit, served, sur- 
swarmed, surtout, sorted, cerrated, sordid, serenade, searched, 
, circuit, surrogate: — Snipped, snapped, snubbed, sniffed, snuffed, 
., sanded, sounded, snort, snatched, singed, swinged, sneaked, 
, snagged :--Situated ;-r-Satiated :— ^Skipped, Bcai)ed, scooped, 
, ikshemed, skimmed, squatted, skated, scathed, ski/fet, skyAght, 
, scald, scaled, scold, sculled, spl^ooled, scowled, skirt, squirt, 
3, scared, scarred, secured, scoured, scotched, sketched :f— Cygnet. 

Exercise LXIII, 

I wriUen with a long or alphabetic s or z*MtQVf followed by 
ng consonant-sign, and ending with a half-length conso' 
t'sign. 

rate, aspired, aspect, assimilate, assaulted, haaa/aut, assort^y as- 
, baKarded, escapade, escalade, 



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Exercise LXIY. 

Words written with an l-hook consonant-sign^ followed hyai 

hEJUQTH consonant-sign. 

Playmate, plainiDet, plumed, plotted, plighted, plaited, platted, pi 
pleaded, applauded, pledged, plucked, plagued, plugged : — Belieyei 
loved, blamed, bloomed, blotted, bloated, bloodied, bleared, bh 
bleached, blotched, obliged, blushed, blocked, blacked, blockade, I 
eyed, obligate: — Flipped, flopped, flapped, fleabite, flybite, flamed, fl 
floated, flatted, fluted, flouted, flooded, floweret, flirt, flowered, flc 
fluent, effluent, affluent, fledged, fleshed, flushed, flushed : — Whirh 
— Unloved, unloaded, unlishted, eulard, unallured, inland, unlatche 
locked, unlocked, unlicked, uulooked : — Clipped, yclept, clapped, 
bed, cleft, clamped, climate, acclimate, climbed, claimed, clotted, 
ed, clodded, clouded, clothed, chlorate, claret, cleared, client, ckri 
clashed :^-Glutted, glided, glared. 

Exercise LXV. 

Words commencing vnlh ike %'CikciaYL^ followed by a half-lS! 
consonant-sign, followed by a futt-lengtk consonant-sign* 

Speediiy, spittles— Swift/y, soft/y, sifting: — Symptom, sometime, 
etery: — System: — SZightZy, psa/tery, fioiitary, sa/utory suZtana, 8< 
saZting, slighting, s/ating, sa/uting : — Sorting : — Xantippe, cenotaph, 
Fe, sanative, senate-house, saintly, Santiago, soundly, sandwich, aei 
■ounding :— Satiating ;— Skittish, Scottish, succotash, squatting, sk 
scouting. 

Exercise LXVI. 

"Words written with an r-qook consonant-sign^ followed by a 

length consonant-sign. 

Prophet, profit, private, provide, proved, approved, permit, pi 
permeate, promote, primed, pnded, preZat«, prelude, preachei 
proached, appreciate, apiicot, pricked, prigged: — Abbreviate, b 
braved, bruited, brighteyed, brided, braided, brooded, breathed, bi 
breached, broached, brooched, Bridget, bridged, brushed, abroeat 
cade: — Forbid, framed, freehold, frbward, frigid, fre«&et, freaked, t 
forgot, forget, froffged: — Overbid, overlade, overload, overrate, 
fiorought, overheara, overnight, overwatched, averaged, oveijoyed, 
shot, over«&oot, overact: — Tripped, waterpot, trapped, tripoid, 1 
tribute, attribute, trumped, tramped, trimmed, trilled, trailed, wat 
water-rat, trudged, tricked, tract, attract, Utrecht: — Dripp^, dn 
draped, drooped, drubbed, dreamed, drummed, drilled, dn 
drudged, dry«Aod, drugged, dragged : — Throbbed, thrift, thmi 
threaded, tliralled, thrilled, thre«Aed, thnuiked: — Thereaboat, 1 
ward, wbitberward: — En wrapped, unwrapped, onrivet, enervate, n 



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[, imrootad, enwreathed, UDwreatked enrolled, nnrolled, nnre- 
IMTed, enriched, enraged, nourisbed, unrigged : •— Shrift^ shrited, 
*^' led, shroaded, abneked, iihrt^ed s— >Crept, crabbed, craft, cravat, 
1, crimped, cramped, crammeuj created, credit, accredit, crowded, 
led, crotcbet, crusned, crasbed:— Griped, groped, grouped, grubl>ed, 
"\ graft, aggravate, grieved, aggrieved, graved, grooved, grimed, 
grated, graybeaded, graded, greeneyed, graybaired, granite, 
graduate. 

Exercise LXVII. 

wrillen vnth a fuU-Ungih consonant-ngn, foLlowtd hy a 
HALF-LENGTH L-HooK consonanUiign* 

[ilad, piebald, peddled, paddled, penult, pannelled, pickled i-^ 

sdt babbled, baffled, befooled, bevelled, beatled, battled, buckled, 

boggled:— Fabled, balf-blood, fiddled: — Implied, employed, 

, minSled, moonlight : — Tippled, toppled, tablet, outbuild, two- 

tnnnelled, tickled, tacaled : — Deployed, dappled, deeplaid, doubled, 

»led, devilled, diddled, Donald : — H^thclad :— Thicklaid : — Leopold, 

'ed. labelled, E/ipbalet, fevelled :-%ippled, replied, replete, war* 

ribald, rifled, ruffled, raffled, rivalled, revelled, ravelled, rattled,^ 

, wriggled :<— Unapplied, nibbled, enabled, ennobled, enamelled, 

lied, Icnackled, unclad, unclewed, includes — Choplet, chocolate, 

1 :— ij|aculate, joggled, juggled :-^Shipload, shuffled, Sheffield, 

I, jiackledf— -Couplet, coupled, cobbled, cavilled, coddled, ken- 

,-eiidgelled, cuckold: — Gobbled, goggled: — Angled. 

Exercise LXVIIL 

Rrcd wriiUn with afuU-Ungth consonant-sign, followed by a half- 
LEnoTH R-HooK consonant-sign. 

Aipered, peppered, upbraid, putrid, pattered, patriot, powdered, by- 

i:— Betrayed, bettered, butterea, battered, obtrude, bannered, 

red, abjured, begird, beggared: — Half-breed, favorite, favored, 

I, laddered, feathered, ^thered, figured: — Evaporate, vibrate, 

I :— Hampered, imbrute, homebred, imbrued, mitred, Madrid, 

. meaiured, emigrate, migrate: — Tapered, tittered, twittered, 

J, tattered, tatr)red, tethered, itinerate, autocrat: — Differed, de- 

.J, defraud, defrayed, divert, advert, Detroit, deterred, dotard, diner- 

decMirate, decreed, decried, degrade: — Whispered, whiskered:— 

ifd, /ib<yvte, elaborate f A/bert, i/2bred, /abored, we^bred, /owbred, 

1, Lererett, /ittered, aZtered, A)iterecl, lettered, /iquored : — J?upert, 

>rt, Aobert, harbored, Hereford, referred, revert, rumored, retreat, 

„d, reyiHutl, Bichard, orchard, recruit, recreate, recurred, regret, re- 

J:-*Inebrittte, inbred, unbraid, unofiered, inferred, invert, enamored, 

aL wii^red, untried, untrod, entered, intrude, hindered, wandered, 

ied, wondered, hundred, unthread, unwitheredj^honored, iiyured, 



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achieved, imchecked, inject, nnedacate, tuuhipped, initiated, 
insured, incmred, ingrate, niggard ^--Cheqaerad : — Jeopard, genon 
— Shivered :— ^Co-operate, cupboan^ covert, quivered, qaaveirod, * 
ered, comrade, accoutred, quadrate, cotfared, co^ored^ Conrad :—E^ 
gathered :— Anchorite, angered. 

Exercise LXIX. 

Words written with a half-length l*hook or r-hook comom 
sign, foUowed by afuH-Ungth CQnsanant-sign. 

Operative, partake, partook, proudZy, prodigy, prudi<A:— Bm 
brighter, bruti«*, breadth, broadfy, Bridewell, Brad/ey : — Fleet/y,ilol 
fiat/y, flatten, floatage, flattish, fleeting, flitting, floating, fluting, floodi 
freedom, freightage, fruitage: — Overt/y, overtire. overtower, overt 
overtook, vertigo: — AdroiSy, Adriatic :—Threaaing :^Enlighten, 
lytic ; narrative, enrooting^ unrooting :— Shrewdly, shredding, shroni 
— Clayton, clouting, clouaing; creative, crude/y, creating, crowdiB| 
Gladlj, gliding ; gratify, gratuity, greatly, greediZy, haggardly } gni 
greeting, gratmg, grading. 

Exercise LXX. 

Words written with a half-length amsonant'SignjfoUcwcd h 

L-HOOK or r-hook consonant'sigru 

Pitiable, pitiful, Fotiphar, petti«&/y, optica], jpoetieal, poetically, j 
gree: — Habitable, abatable, boatable, beautiful, beautnuUy, bool^ 
obtainer : — Fitful, fitfully, Fayetteville, federal :— Evitable, vitriol ••- 
itable, mutable, metaphor, imitator, matadore, maten'ol, matertolljr, 
tineer : — Midwifery, mediator, mediatory, maidenly, modUhly, mac 
medicallv, mediocre : — Dutiable, doubtable, dutiful, dutifully, doal 
doubtfully, deadwater, idiotical, editortal :— Thoughtful, thoughtfoU; 
Wistful, wistfully, wasteful, wastefuUy : — Literalf literally, lateral^ ' 
raHy : — Laudable, laudably : — Heritable, rightful, rightfully, hurtful,] 
fully, artful, artfully, hortatory, retainer, heretical, heretically, articl 
Readable, redouble, hereditary, ordinal, ordinary, ridicule, radical, 
cally : — Notable, notably, antler, entirely, wantonly, integer, naadof 
Inaudible, inandibly, needful, needfully, handful, endeavor, Andi 
windmill :^Agitator, judicial, judicially, judiciary :— -Equitable, < 
tably, October, cutwater, equatorial, cottager, hectically, aquaticnl, 
gory : — Guttural, Godfrey, good-humor. 

Exercise LXXI. 

Words written with a half-length consonant-sign, followed 
fuU'length consonant-sign, ending with an n-hook. 

Pitman, patron, pattern :— Bittern, abdomen, Bodleian : — Footma: 
Matron :— Madman, medallion, Madeline, modem :— Eastern, wet 
historian, astern :-«|^tum, retaken :-*-Newtonian:— Cotillion, octi 
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% EXEROISB LXXII. 

ItfinrdM loritten mth afuU-length consonant-sign ending itnth the n- 
BOOK, followed by a half-length consonant-sign. 

Pointed, appointed, painted, panted, appended, pounded, poniard, 
Boignant, penant, opponent, oppugnant, pinioned, pinched, punched, pun- 
Klied :— Bonded, banished : — Fini«Aed : — Venomed, vani«Aed :— Manu- 
adty manured, mignionette, munched : — Hottentot, tinted, tainted, attaint- 
ed, tented, taunted, tended, attended, tinged, twinged :— Dinted, dented, 
], down-east, downright, downward : — Assented, ascended. 



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EZBRCISE LXXIII. 

"ifrds written with a half-length consonant-sign ending ivith the 
jx-BooK, foUotoed by afvll-Ungth consonant-sign, 

. : Pen^p, pontiff, penthouse, pointer, ponder, appointor, painter, pander, 
Pontme, appendage, Pontiac, pointing, appointbg, painting, pending, ap- 
pending, panting, pounding : — Bandit, banded, bounded, abounded, ban- 
iCT, binder, bender, bounder, Benton, abandon, bondage, bandage, bind- 
fag, bending, bounding, abounding : — Phantom, phantasy, phantasia, foun- 
^iniy Fontenoj, fainting ; finder, render, offender, founder, fiendi«A, find- 
fag, fending, offending, funding, founding : — Vaunting, vender, vending : 
■--Maintop, meantime, Monterey, mender, mountain. Montage, minding, 
'Mending, amending, mounting, amounting: — Attentive, tontine, Taunton, 
HDtiDg, tainting, attainting, taunting, tinder, attainder, tender, attender, 
tandon, tending, attending i — Identify, identity, dinting, denting, daunt- 
ing :— Aathentic :— Assenting : — Laundry, Ho^^der, i«2ander, tender, 
ieodiDg, fandinff : — Warrantor, ranter, warranting, renting, ranting, ran- 
dom, ronndhead, rounder, render, rending, rounding : — Quantum, count- 
en, qoaint/y, country, canter, counter, Kentucky, counting, accounting, 
enrtiiig, quondam, quandary, candor. 

Exercise LXXIV. 

Wards written with a full-length consonant-sign, followed by a valf- 
LENGTH consonant-Sign, ending loith the n-hook. 

Payment, patent, potent, pedant, oputent, appe2&mt, Poland, up&nd, 
parent, apparent, pageant, piquant, peccant: — Bemoaned, beau-monde, 
obtained, obtend, buttoned, battened, obedient, abhorrent, burnt, burn- 
ed:— HaJf-bonndli foment, fashioned :"Vehement,viotent,va/iant: — Am- 
biMit, faomebound, moment, emoMent, maZigned, imagined :— Hatband, 
oatboand, tafont, iterant, torrent, tyrant, turned, tokened :— Deepened, 
depend, hidebound, headband, adamant, demeaned, diamond, demand, 
headland, woodland, adherent, adorned, darned: — Assaiftmt, Iceland, as- 
cent i-^Hosband :-»Eliphant, 0/iphant, Levant, teavened, ai/ment, foment, 
e i e me nt, aliment, ill-omened, almond, Leiand, lowland, L'Orient, lenient^ 
iegend, eloqiient, likened, elegant:— jReappoint, repent, Hpened, har- 

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pooned, riband, reboand, refined, refund, refoond, n&maatf remona^ 
Ormond, remind, Raymond, remend, radiant, ardent, redoand| reiMili- 
re/oaned, Ireland, renowned, regent, urgen^ rejoined, recoined, i]pcai^j 
recount, reckoned) hearkened) arrogant, regained : — Unopened, unpinind( 
unbent, unbind, unbend, unbound, infant, unfeigned, onfimnd, invent 
New HoUandf inherent, nearhand, unwarned, unreined, anarrai^iiQd, ^ 
earned, inurned, enchant, enchained, unchained, uigoint, enjomed, ifr 
etent, unshunnend, unweakened, unkind, unawakened:— Chomed:— 4j|^| 
panned, gerund, iocund : — Occupant, cabined, coffined, current, cohere^ | 
careened, cornea, cumed, cogent :-*-Augment| gammonedi ga/tenti 

EXERCISB LXXV. 

Words commencing wUk the s-ciKCh^, followed by a HALr-UEm 
amsonanl'ngn^ and ending with the it -hook* 

Spawned; sapient, spent, spend; spanned:— Softened :-»SavaBti*; 
Cement, summoned :— Sweetened :— Saddened :-<-SeaflOQed :— Sifoot; pi» 
fient; s2ant: — Surround :— Sequent, squint, skinned, uckeoed; aqoondf' 
scant, scanned. 

ElOERCISK LXXVI. 

Words written with a HALF-LErvoTH l-hook or r-uook confiorund" 

sign^ ending with the n-hook. 

Pliant, plaint, plained, plant, planned ; print, apprehend, pnmed :— 
Blonde, bimd, blent, blend, blunt, bland; brained, brant, brand:-— Flint; 
flaunt; front, affront, friend, frowned :-r-Ti«ent, trained, truant: — Hy- 
drant, drained, drowned :— Cleaned ; crowned :-— Gleaned, gl^id ; griii> 
ned, grind, groaned, grunt, grant, grand, ground, aground. 

Exercise LXXVII. 

Words written with a half-length consonant-sign^ ending imtk 

the SBti or ziin-hook. 

Patent ; passioned : — Fashioned :— Motioned :— Auctioned, cautioned; 
occasioned, quotient ; cushioned. 

Exercise LXXYIII. 

Words written with afuU-length consonant-sign, a half-length eon' 
sonant-sign^ and the dot representing the termiihition ino. 

Paulding, upholdtaj", beholden^, buildtn^, boardtn^, foldm^, vomittn/f, 
moulding, tempttn^, attempttTtg, outbidding, adopttn j", adapting, deniit- 
ingj debiting, debattn^, admitttn^, hazardtn^, /imittn^f repeattnir, reoat- 
ingj rebutttn^r, rabbettn^, remitting, heralding, irihibitt n^, unabattn^, in- 
babittn^, giboettn^, cohabiting, gin»n^, gutldm^, geldtn^, goldin^, gird- 
ingj giMTcftng. 



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ExEROtSE LXXIX. 

Wcrdi writUn tdtk the s-circlb, a HALF-LBiceTH eontonarU'Signf 
and (he dot represenling the termination iko. 

.Bpittiii^, gpotu'ji^, BpiUng, spouting, Breeding, sfding i-^outingf 
mauLVUng : — ohding. 

Exercise LXXX. 

Words tDritten vnth a half-lenoth l-hook or r-hook consonawlr 
rign, and the dot representing the termination inq. 

^. Fleadtn^, applaadtn£', plotttW, plighu'n^, plaUn^; operatsn^, pridM^ .* 
■ — Bleatfjt^, hieedingf blottss^, bloating; hneding, hrnding, brooding: 

— Affirighttn^, freighttn^, firettsn^ :— >Treatt»^, trotUn^, tradtn^, treadtn^ •* 

—•DreacUn^. 

Exercise LXXXT. 

Words written with a half-length consonant-sign ending with the 
iv-Hoosi and the dot representing the termination ino. 

CbanttA^, jointtn^. 

Exercise LXXXII. 

Word§ written with the spl-series of consonant-signs^ followed by 

a full-length consonant-sign. 

Splaih, lettler, fattier, saddlebow, seedling, swaddling, sidling. 

Exercise LXXXIII. 

Wifrds wrUtien with the sp^-series of consonant-signs, followed by a 

full-length consonant-sign. 

Supreme, superadd, sprall, soprano, sprig, spring, sprang, sprang:— 
Saburb, sobriety, sobering, sabreing :^-Sufferer, sanrage, cyphering, 
suffering :•— Several, severaZ/y, savoring, severing: — Summer-hoose, sim- 
mering, sammering: — Strip, strop, stripe, strap, satrap, strife, strive, 
■trove, stream, strata, straightway, stroll, stretch, streak, strike, stroke, 
itmck, straying, string, stringy, stronj^, strong : — Zaider Zee, sodering: — 
Soatherfy :— Scrip, scrape, scrap, scnbe, scnib, scream, secrecy, scrawl, 
■creech, scratch, scraggy, succoring : — Swaggerer, swaggering. 

Exercise LXXXIV. 
Words written with the spl-series of consonant-^gns, followed by 

the 9 or K-CIRCLE. 

SpUoe, tappties; — Sybils; sables :— Syphilis :— Civilize. 



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EXEROIBB LXXXV. 

Words written wUh the bfe-beries of ccn9onanltrngn»^ foU/owed hf 

the n or b-circIiE. 

Spreet, Cyprus, cyinress; eappen, sappress; Bappera, qwioe: S e a - 
breeze :— Cyphers ; suffers: — Stress; satirize. 

E2CERCI8E LxXxvi. 

Words written wUh the sfitSEries of consonant-signs^ and the R- 

flOOK. 

SpleeOi sybilline, civilian. 

Exercise LXXXVlL 
Words wrUten with (he spr-beries of consonant'SignSf and the 9* 

HOOK. 

Sprain :— Saffron :— Sovereign : — Citron ; strain, strown s atrewii ^" 
Cedron :— Southern :— Sojourn :— Screen z-^Seargreen. 

ExBRCiSB LXXXVIII. 

Words written with the half-length spl-series of eenmrnan^' 

signs* 

Split, supplied:— Sabled:— Settled:— Sidled, svvaddled; saddled:^ 
Sickled; suckled; seclude. 

Exercise LXX!^. 

Words written with the half-lenoth spr-series of consonants 

signs* 

Sprite; separate, spread ; sprat, sprout: — Sabred, sobered: — Cyphar- 
ed ; sufferea :— Savored, severed :— Simmered ; summercid :— Street 
stride; straight, strayed, strode, strut:— Sodered:— Saturate: — Secrete^ 
secret; sacred, succored :—^v<raggered. 



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IMPORTANT NOTE, 

CoMainmg a System t^ Typkal ItepreienUUkjn Jbr miieatmff 
the correct dtdeUm wr outline forms Jw writing aJU words pho^ 
fiogregphknUy. 

(Tb be careftdly iHidiBd by the Mudeal before praeee ffla g tetber.) 

Tlie remiunder of tbe words in this chapter, and a large pro- 
portion of those contained in the reminder of the entire work, 
are cut up mto so many small classes, that it is unadvisable to 
ffive a distinct heading to each* There would be numerous 
divisions contaminj^ no more than one, two, or half a dozen 
words, and it wouKi be exti^mely tedious to exhibit them in 
equally numerous Exercises. For thi» reason, it has been 
thought advisable to resort to a system of notation by which 
the predse form for writing the skehlon, or outiine of each word 
wHl be as clearly pointed out to the learner, as it could be by 
the most specinc directions, such as have hitherto been given 
m the headings to the Exercises. The system will be round 
so fully explained in detail, that no one can fail to understand 
• it. It will then be restated in a few concise rules, which will 
be more convenient for reference^ The system itself is one ori- 
ffinally devised by the authors of this work, several years since. 
It is, however, quite similar in design, and in some of its details, 
to several systems projected by vanous phonographers on both. 
Mes df the Atlantic. 

It is believed that the method here exhibited is the simplest 
and most easily comprehensible, the whole being reducible to 
so more than four short rules. The following statement of 
it should be carefully stuped and understood. 

In the first place, the consonant-signs which are to be written 
in Phonography to make the consonant-outline of any word, are 
indicated Dv prmtinsr immediately after it the letters of the ordi- 
nary alphabet which represent the consonant-sounds heard in 
the word. Whether the primary alphi^tic consonant-sigpis are 
to be used, or the auxiliary sicts, such as the loops, circles, 
etc., and whether a consonant-s^ is struck up or down, is then 
shown by the use made of commas and iialic letters. In order to 



102 PHovooEApma wobd-book bo. n. 

obtain a clear understanding of the rules, the pupi] should fint 
acquire the following 

m 

DKFiNrrioNS. 

1. All full-length or half-length consonant-signs, including 
Ike alphabetic consonant-signs, this up-stroie-r, (fte mp^sign, mc 
Ir-sign, (struck down,) and the contracted vr-stgn, {mthimia 
hook,) are espied stem-signs. 

2. All auxiliary consonant-signs, namely, circles, hooks, and 
loops, being joined or attached to stem-si^fns, are bence called 

ATTACHMSNTS. 

8. A stem-sign, together with all its attachments, that is, ctr* 
des, hooks, and loops, at the be^nning or end of it» or both, ii 
called a grouf-sigk* 

4. The consonant-letters and notation by which the method 
of writing the consonant-outline of a word is indioat^ are called 
the TYFs-'KEY of the word. 

TkrLES. 

I. Every stkh-sign (without attac^naents) and etery GROtfP- 
8ION is indicated by the type or types representing them beinff 
separated by commas from that pcraod of the TTPS-Kinr whi<m 
precedes or follows; thus, b,n,m,l/ accompanyidg the word 
" binomial," indicates that it is to be written with four long con- 
sonant-signs or single stem-signs; pt,rf, accompanying the word 
'' epitaph," indict^tes that it is to be written by a half-kngth ood- 
sonant pt, and the full-leneth f ; and f2;,kl, accompanying the 
word " physical," indicates that the word is to be written by an f 
and the circle it making one oboup-siqn, and the kl-hook, which 
is another group-sign. 

II. The I, sh, and r-signs, when struck up with or without 
initial or terminational hooks, or with both, whether Biade full- 
length or half-length, and all tlie circles and loops, and the con- 
tracted vr-sign, (i. e., without the hook), are distinguished by the 
types which represent them being italic ; thus, b,r,t,r, accom- 
panying the word " Barataria," indicates that it is written with 
four long consonant-signs, each of the r-signs being the tip- 
stroke ; stv, with the word ** star," indicates that it is written with 
the st-loop attached to the alphabetic x-sign, the whole fonninff 
a OROUP-BiGN ; ^trz with the word ''peste^" indicates that it is 



PHOHOORAPHIO VOBD-BOOX VO. O. 108 

written with the p-sign, the str-loop, and an s-circle, (fonned on 
the opposite aide of the p-sign,) — ihe whole fonning one group- 

8ION. 

IIL All affiices and prefixes, such as am, corn, aceom, ing, 
etc., are indicated by including that part of the ttpb-kby which 
represents them in brackets; thus, [km]b,t» with the word 
** combat," indicates that the cio^ is used for com ; rt,rd [ng], with 
the word '^ retarding/' indicates that this word is written by two 
half-lengths, followed by the dot for ing, etc. 

lY. & such words as "stupor," " stutter," "sticher," written 
with the st'laop on the left of the consonant-signs '' p," " t" 
and *' ch," and in the word '* stagger," in which the loop is 
written below the " g," the fact that the loop is so written, is 
faidicated by its being represented by small capitals, thus : — 
8ip-— srtr— such— STg, 

It must be observed that th, th, ch, sh, zh, and n^, are com- 
binations representing single soimds, and are treated as if they 
were single letters ; thus, " patchwork," p,ch,r,k, shows that this 
word is to be written by four long consonant-signs, the ch 
8tan^&ig for a single stem-sign. 

The SiKsircIe coming between long consonant-signs is regarded 
as an attachment of the preceding one ; thus, the ttfe-ket of 
'*bask" is b«,k ; of "physical," f2,kl, etc. 

The words contained in the following Exercise, (XC), 
fiimish ampto illustrations of the various applications of the 
above rules. In the first and second paragraphs, there are no 
commas in the ttpe^ksys of the words, as Uiey are each written 
by a single obouP'SIgn, namely, an ^ or r-hook sign, with an ns 

or nsf-rirclfi attached to it. 

The words in the third para^ph are written with a long 
consonant-sign, the r-up-stroke with an l-hooh upon it, and ano- 
ther long consonant-sign. The r bdng italicised, shows that the 
upstroke is to be used, and the I not being separated from it 
by a comma, and being also italiciBed, shows that it is to be repre- 
sented by an attachment, and not by a long consonant-sign. 

The words in the fourth paragraph are written with a full- 
length consonant-sign, followed by the rJrup-stroke, and made 
half-length, as indicated by the punctuation. 

The words of the fifth paragraph are written with a Aa(f- 



t04 TBOVOBMILfVlO trOBD-BOOS VO. XL 

ienffth €on9onani'9ign, a cirtU,BSiAa lon^ canttmant-aiffn ; dioie 
in the sixth with a long eonsonantsign, followed by a ha^' 
length and the 8-circle ; those in the seventh by the si-loop, a 
long consonant-sign, and the n-hook; those in the eighth para- 
graph by the si-ioopat the beginning and on the left-hand aide 
of aw inclined or perpendicular long consonant-sign, or below a 
horizontal one, in which case the loop represents the sounds of 
St before the sound for which the consonant-skrn to which it is 
attached stands, and the sound of r after it. (See Rule lY.) 

The words in the ninth paragraph have the si-hop on the 
heavy Ir-sign; those in the tenth, the si-hop on the vr-tt^ 
without the hook ; those in the eleventh, the s/4o(>pon tfte mp- 
sign. 

The words in the twelfth paragraph are written with an n- 
hook-sign half -length and a final s-circk; those in the thir- 
teenth, with a half-length and a final st-hop ; those m the four- 
teenth, with a long consonani-sign, an mp-sign, and a final s- 
circle ; those in the fifteenth, by an mp^gn, and a hng eonso- 
nani-^gn with a fined s-drcle ; those in the sixteenth, with an 
mp-sign and a long consonant-sign toith a final n-hook / those 
in the seventeenth, with a long consonant-sign and an mp-sign 
with a final n-hook ; those in the ^hteenth, with an mp-sign 
with an s-circle, and a long consonant-sign ; those in the nine- 
teenth, wttn an mp-sign with a final st-loop ; those in the twen- 
tieth, with an mp-sign and two long consonant-signs ; those in 
the twenty-first, with two long consonant-signs and an mp-sign ; 
those in the twenty-second, with a long consonant-sign, an mp- 
sign, and another long consonant-sign, and those in the twenty- 
third, with a hook-sign of the I or r-series, and an n^sign, 

A comparison of the following words will also aid to render 
the notatum familiar : 

Pisa — p,z. fZW long consonant-signs. 

piece — ^p». A long consonant-sign and a final circle, 

paste — pst, A long consonant-sign and a final st-hop. 

pester — p9fr. A hng consonant-sign and an str-hop. 

pesters — pstrz. A hng consonant-sign, an str-hop, and a eirch. 

pastry — ^,tt. A long cansonani-sign with a drde, and another 

hooked consonant-sign^ 
tlay — ^pl. A pl-hook-sign. 



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• 

plate — ^plt A pl'hook-sign, half -length, 

peel — p,l. Two alphabetic long conKnant-iigns, 

pSQow — p,l. Two long consonant-signs, the I struck up. 

pelt — ^p,lt. One long, and one half -length struck down. 

julot — p,lt. One long, and one half-length struck up. 

polity — ^p,^. Three long, the I struck up. 

plateau — ^pl^t. A pl-hook-sign and a long consonant-sign. 

Star— «Ar. The st-loop and the alphabetic r-sign. 

ttray— ngtr. The triple consonant-combination of the r-series. 

strain — «tm. The same, with an n-hook at the end. 

strains — stmz. The same, with an m-eircle at the end. 

8tran§e— «tr,n,j. The sam£, unth two long consonant-signs. 

Shine — shn. The sh-sign with an n-hook, struck doum. 

shiney — sli,n. Two long consonant-signs, the sh struck down. 

nation — ^nshn. A long n and the shn-hook. 

national — ^nshn,^. The same, followed hy an l-sign struck up. 

patience — psbn^. A long consonant-sign, the shn-hook and a 

circle on the hook. 
patients — ^pshnt». The sams half-length. 
foundation — iii!di,shn. An f with an n-hook half-length, an sh 

struck up with an n-hook, 
Physidan — iz^n. Anf, the z-circle and an shn-hook, {mxjde on 

the opposite side of the stem.) 
physicians — izshnz. The same, with a final z-drcle. 
superstition — «pr«^shn. Spr, the triple combination, the st-loop, 

and an shn-hook, {made on the opposite side of the stem.) 
administration— d,m,n5frshn. Two long consoTiant-signs, and 

the long n-sign with the str-loop with a final shn-hook, {on 

the opposite side.) 
dispensation — d<,pn«5hn. A d-Hgn with a circle, and a p-sign 

with the ns-circle and an shn-hook, {on the opposite iufe.) 
imposition — ^imp;;shn. The mp-sign, with a circle and an shn- 
hook, {on the opposite side.) 
6* 



106 



PBOirOftftAPBXO WORD-BOOK vo. n. 



ExsRcisx XC. 
Remaifdfig toordsvfjbur consonant-sounds. 

1. 



Plani 
fioance 
cleanae 
glance 



Prince 

prance 

bronze 

brains 

France 

ntterance 

trance 

troance 



Fearlash 

periliine 

apparelung 

barrelling 

furling 

morality 

twirling 

darling. 



Perilled 

apparelled 

barrelled 

twirled 

gnarled 

curled 

caroled 



mndsill 

lightsome 

beartsore 

artisan 

oat's-paw 



Upwards 
homewards 



4. 



5. 



6. 





outwards 




t,rdr 


Sir 

kfnz 


halyards 




l,nb 


rapids 
hereabouts 




r,pd« 
r^btc 


gbu 


whereabouts 




r,bu 


rickets 




r,ku 




inwards 




n,rdi7 


pms 


onwards 




n^rdz 


pnM 
hmz 










r. 




hms 


Stiffen 




sttn 


Srns 


Stephen 




ttyn 


tnu 


stamen 




gtma 


tntj 


stolen 




9tln 


tms 


stallion 




sUu 




stern 




stm 


p,W,8h 




8. 




p,r/,ng 
p,rAng 
b,W,ng 

W,Dg 


Steeper 




srp 


stopper 

stupor 

state'r 




srp 

8TP 
STt 


m,r/,J 

t,W,ng 

d,r/,ng 


stutter 




STt 


stagger 


M» 


STg 


p,rW 
p,rld 
h.rld 


Stiller 


9. 


s^lr 


staler 




$i\r 


stellar 




»t]r 


t,rW 




4 #v 




Htvld 




10. 




k,r/<i 


Stiver 




atvr 


k,Wd 


staver 


11, 


ttvr 


md«/ 


Stamp 




#^mp 


lt$,m 


stumpy 




«/mp 


rt«,r 


stamp 




s^p 


W«,n 








ku,p 




13, 






Famto 




fnU 




events 




vnts 


p,rd3r 


vaunts 




vnt« 


m,rdz 


mends 




mnd4 



niOVOORAPHZO WOBD-BOOK vo. h. 



lOT 



threads 
chinU 



Bfidit 
amidft 



Pampom 

Buunps 

dumps 

Olympm 

oompftM 

oompoie 



Impetas 
impulse 
impenoos 
impetaoas 



Blnipyiwui 



Dampen 

lataipooa 

cbampion 

chaknpaigne 

campJugn 



ImpttMiTe 
fanpioosly 
impoaing 



Impost 

impoied 

amputate 

imputed 

impeded 

impolite 

impelled 

import 

impart 

impairad 



13. 



14. 



15. 



16. 



17. 



18. 



19. 



mnd^ 
thrd;r 
chnts; 



mdj^ 



p,mpf 

m,mp« 

d^pt 

/,mp« 

k^mps 

k,mpa; 



mp,tt 
mp^ 
mp,r« 
mp,chs 



mp,n» 



d,mpii 

2,mpn 

ch,mpn 

sh^mpii 

k,mpB 



mp«,v 
mp«^ 



mp«< 

mpzd 

mp,tt 

mp,td 

mp^dd 

mpflt 

mpyld 

mp,rt 

mp»rt 

mp^rd 



empowered 
impeached 



Hum|A)ack 

imputing 

impeding 

amplify 

impeller 

impaling 

impelling 

empyreum 

emporium 

impurity 

imperial 

imperialW* 

empyreal 

impurely 

emperor 

emp^o 

impairing 

empowering 

impunity 

empanel 

inpmge 

mipugnmg 

impeachi^ 



Bethnmp 
decamp 
airpump 
encamp 



20. 



21. 



pmg 



Rm 

pumping 

bumping 

vampire 

vamping 

,Tampico 

dumpish 

dampish 

damping 

thumping 

limpid 

Olympiad 

limping 

lumping 

rompish 



22. 



mp^ 

B^yCht 



mp,V^ 
mpMg 

mp»d4>g 
mp^f 

mp^r 
mp^ng 

mp,rym 

mp^,m 

mp,r,t 

mp,r,2 

mp,r,f 

mp,r,l 

mp,r,« 

mp,r,r 

mp,r,k 

mp,r,ng 

mp,r,ng 

mp,n.t 

mp^n,! 

mp,nj 

mp,n,ng 

mp,ch,ng 



b»th,mp 
dyk,mp 
r,P,mp 
n,k,mp 



p,mp,ng 

p,mp^g 

b,mp,ng 

v,mp,r 

v,mp,ng 

t,mp,k 

d^mpysh 

d,mp,ah 

d,mp,ng 

th,mp,ng 

/,mp,d 

/,mp,d 

/,mp,ng 

/,mp^g 

r,mp,th 



m 



nlosMAAMl6 tfOuMkkMI M^. K 



— ■ ^_>_i\z 
nmpiii^ 

ehoinpuiK 

jumping 

■hampooing 

compete 

eompnto 

compel 

compiEtf 

company 

acoompatty 



r,mp^Bg 

eh,mp,ng 

j^p,ng^ 

0h,mp,iig 

k^mpit 

Kfltpfl 

liftapfik 
k|mp,ii 



campii^ 



Clamp 

clamp 

trump 

tramp 

shrimp 

crimp 

crvuttp 

cnunp 



39. 



kl,mp 

klfinp 

trfidp 

tr,mp . 

8hr,mp 

kr,mp 

kr,iBp 



iPHovoeBAjraio wohd-book vo. n. 109 



CHAPTER IV. 
oosTAnriRa words of five consonamthbouvdi. 



EXEBCIBE I. 

Wvrds wrUtien with five full-length con$onant'sign$. 

PopoZarity, popaZar/y, pub/uAed, pub/ishing, publicly, paffingZy, Ap- 
paiMmicob, pamoaiog, Perth Amboy) piano-forte, pendu/am, epentheticy 
paneg}rric, pun^ncy, pecu/iarity, pecu/iar/y. 

Bi&iomania, oam-baiZiflT, abominating, Baton itonge, boZZfinch, BeZvi- 
dere, beZZringer, barbaric, Bartho/omew, benignity, abjaratory, book- 
keeping, bookmaking, becomingZy, btgbeZZied. 

FamiZiarity, famiZiarZy, effeminateZy, effeminating, feZZow-feeZing, PhiZlEi- 
deZpkia, faZgencv> effuZgency, phyZactery, foZZingmill, fbimative, formaZi* 
ty, formuZary, pharmacopia, affectingZy. 

yademecom, VaZparauo, voZaptuary, ayaiZabiZity, yalvolar, voZatility, 
ValadoZid, variability, verdancy, ex'angeZic, vocabaZary, vanquishing. 

MemorabiZia, maZZeabiZity, miZkpail, emetgency, manipoZar, amenabiZi- 
ty, mannmitUng> monomaniac, emendatory, mandatory, MonongaheZa, 




•tonement, touch-me-not. 




neering, demonship, diminishing, admoniihing, deteriority, deZioateZy, di- 
alectic, darabiZity, deridingZy, denmging, darkening, Edinburgh, Den- 
mark, denouement, denominate, dining-room, deganuah, dignitary. 

Etbefifona, thombosh. 

AapbuCtum, asphaZtic, aspiringZy, aMOctabi&ty, eacaZading. 

Unrpin^Zy, laraeZitiah. 

Etexnatrng, Zai|dabiZity, aZZdevouring, aZarmbell, alanningZy, ^Zi e na b i^ 
itff Ha<ey-wotZiej|ypcomotive, ZengthmuDg, Zkngaiihing. 






110 9B0V0OAAPHI0 WOBD-BOOK HO. H. 

Repah&tk, repab^ repeZfoncy, repoHtked r^poRMkg, r&foSagfff 
reobtainingf reboking/y, refh/gency, retbrming, mmaQ^ke, rsvomn^ f» 
▼enging, re-embodying, re-emerging, romantiq, raminating, bordy-giifdfi 
orthodoxy, refovancy, re-etecdog, reordaining, reinfect, renarigate, reai> 
imating, i2ando/pb, omithofogy, reinsuring, re-«igaging, archbicftop^ 
archheretic, recharging, rechanging, archipe/ago, archsoftjgic, regnltritf, 
reguZaWy. 

Unpopular, unpathetic, anpo/i«&ed, nnpurifpng, anobteinin^, unbefiaf- 
ing, unaooAMed, unbecoming, enfiiading, unfeeringZy, uniformity, infixi^ 
ing, ineffi<r»ency, ineffective, iueffectnal, inefiectua^/y, infecting, miafieo^ 
ing, enve/oping, involving, invalidity, environing, envenoming, inveotiva^ 
navigating, unemphatic, nymph/ike, unmodified, unmiAU^, nominalifi^ 
nominating, unmanlike, entomo^o^, indemnify, indemnity, mdaZgiu^ " 
unthinking, unyie/dingty, enharmonic, unworshipping, narcotic, iaorgaiiie^ 
nonpareil, unendurin^, unchnrching, uncharging, unchanging, incohem 
cy, uncorking, inquirmg/y. 

Chafing-diM, Cnimborazo, chiAl^ke, cheriBhingfy, c h an g ing, chedt-by 
jowl. 

Genti/ity, jocularity, jocu&ir/y. 

Chaperoning, shipwrecking, cAande^er. 

Captaincy, cubicu^, equivocatory, equivocating, catecbetic, oarboidc^ 
co-ordinate, cordia/ity, Carthagenu, cornucopia, Canandaigua, Cochni 
China, conchofogy, equiangn/ar. 

Gum-arabic, gu/ZibiZity, ga/vanic, gardening, guarantying, gmYtuaMiig. 

Angu/ar/y. 

Exercise II. 

Words written wUh two full-length consonant^gns, a HALT-LENeT8 
consonant-Hgn, and the dot representing the termination ins. 



Poniarding, bu2ft>aittfig, abrupttng, bearbaittng', baokbitt»g,denotBtiiif, 
^quidattn^, rebmldtn^, remoulding, reattempttng, readmittifig, fieili- 
babittng, infolding, unfolding, checkmating, carpeting. 



Exercise III. 
Words written vjith four full-length consonant-signs and ^ 8 or x- 

CIRCLE. ' 

Hippopotamus, i>opu/arize, paZZidness, paradox, pointtoss, pasaionfeM, 
Pocahontas, pugnacious, pnncn/ious : — Bottom/ess, bituminous, ba/dness, 
boMness, bu/kmess, ob^queness, Barbadoes, barbarous, barbarize, bar- 
renness, aborigines, boonshness, boundfess, obnoxious, Bengatese, book- 
ishness : — FoppiiAness, fkmi/iarize, fathomless, fn/minous, fiempiece, fi/thi- 
nesB, foo/i«Aness, fow/ing-piece, fieri-faeias, fortuitous, firearms, fireworks, 
forenotice, farinaceous, ferraginous, forkiness, pharynx, ficti^'ous, fiicti" 
/ions: — Vapidness, vo/nptoous, avoirdupois, evangelize, victimize, vic- 
torious, viscountess: — Movingness, momentous, methinkt, me/lifiiioai, 
Ma/dives, mi/dneis, moo/diuess, marvel/ous, merchvidise, marehioiMfl^ 



PHOROGRAPHtO WORD-BOOK KO. IT. Ill 



aaoney b aga, monytimeiy monotoQoat, moantaiiiofis, minatenett, motion* 
iem. Macadamize, mechanics, magnetize: — ^Tepidneu, timidnets, tamu/t- 
noaaoemf TefemachuB, Tartarus, torridness, tanliness, Tanta/us, tanta/ize : 
—Depthfess, deftness, devoatness, advertise, demoralize, demnreness, de- 
moniacs,^ dietetics, dynamics, daintiness, dannttess, doctoress, dogmatize : 
— ThieYij&ness, thievingness, thomfess, thanktess: — Heathenisnness: — 
Asfiara^, aesthetics : — Libidinous, Leviticus, five/iness« lovelmew, lavish- 
BeM, yiefdingness, a^furingness, forynz, /iquidness, /iketiness, Lycurgns, 
iMxmica, fankness :— rJSebaptize, rabidness, reforms, remoteness, remedi- 
leii, orthodox, reorganize, reinforce, renown/ess, rejuvenize, argillaceous, 
rogoishness, rankness : — Inaptness, unfairness, infectious, inefficacious, 
knayij&ness, nnambi^us, unambiguous, unme^dious, mnemonics, pneu- 
Bonics, entireness, anathematize, nothingness, unwieMiness, unhea/thi- 
seas, unwillingness, inharmonious, unharmonious, unweariedness, inward- 
netiy unreadiness, unwortbiness, uninvidious, injudicious, unusuatoess, 
incapanons, uncouthness, uncourteous: — Chmlfess, chargefess, change- 
less: — Geoponics, genuineness, jejuneness, jackanapes: — Shepherdess, 
sheepiMness, shiningness :—- Aquafortis, comeliness, (qualmishness, cata- 
oombs, cathoHcize, carbonize, awkwardness, cordia/ness, Corio&mus, 
quenchZets, cunningnessi actua^ness :— GaZ/ipoZis, galvanize, gallinaceous, 
Ignominkms. 

Exercise IV. 

Words wriUen toith three ftUl'length consonarU'signs^ the s or %" 
CIRCLE, and another ftdl-length consonant-sign. 

Fopu/ioasly, publicity, pitilessly, poulticing, polytheism, polarizing, apol- 
Ofoingf purposely, purposing, powerlessly, paralyzing, pantheism, penu- 
nonsly, penmsula, pugilism, pugnacity, paganism, paganizing. 

Baptism, baptizer, Baffin's Bay, bombazet, bamboozle, bombasin, 
bomb-vessel, balancer, balancing, Belshazzar, Buena Vista, bounteously. 

Fabulously, familism, faithlessly, feloniously, Vivaciously, fortissimo, 
fearlessly, forensic, ferociously, factiously. 

Valoronsly, violincello, villainously, avariciously, voraciously, vora- 
eiouslv, venomously, heaven-kissing, vicariously. 

Embarrassing, ambiguously-, anooitiously, memorizing, Moyamensing, 
mutinously, melodiously, maliciously, mercy-seat, marquisate, manifesto, 
Monticell0, mendicity, mendacity, methodism, matchlessly, mechanism. 

Tobol^, timelessly, timorously, tyrannously, tyrannizing, tortuously, 
oatrageously, tenaciously. 

Deputizing, defensive, admixing, doubtlesslyf deliriously, dolorously, 
deficionsly, darksome, Dantzic, dtmdyism, denouncer, denouncing. 

Etherealizing, authenticity. 

Aspersing, Wisconsin. 

Istemitm, hazardously. 

H«lpleesly, laboriously, lifelessly, AH-fools'-day, luminously, lynx-eyed. 

IZe^sory, repulsing, rapaciously, rebettiously, ruffianism, raven- 
oaaijf rii0nmatism, harmlessly, harmoniously, romancing, harmonizing, 
rn t h l ai rf y, reluing, renouncing, reannexmg, organism, organizing. 



118 PHOKOOIUPBIO WOKO-BOOX HO. IZ. 

lofiunooi^jy nebinouBlj, waSoreteea, enfiardng, InnffeiMJfe, inTMwMJf, 
maomalooMlyt imnnraaalj, inhnmaniziDg, anatomiziii^, eodowm^, eate 
tiatm, onhanieMiDg, nnenvioaBty, anonymoiu/y, mumunoiulyy ngmimi^, 
ingeaioiu/jr, ingenuoiu/y, incapacity, incurioua/y, incaatioiiilyy iMukntlj* 

Chartism. 

Gymnawnin* 

8nametofs2y. 

Capariaon, capaciona^r* captiouB^yy caXia/itint ooretoiialy, catgcMw^ 
catecnizer, cateoniziD^) cathobcity, canieaalj, queraltmUj, eourogaoa^ 
economizing, canonizmg. 

Gwlelemy, gami/oaB/y, gorgeooaZy. 

EZBBOISB y. 

Wards written with two fvJblengtk cofuonant-rigfUt Ae s tr i 
CIRCLE, and two other fuU-Ungth consonant-signs, 

Po/eatar, npho^atety, petiostium* paraaitip, periaiyle, parricidal, penvw- 
tyt penciling^ Pensaooiia, pikeataS) Peekakiu: — Bedazzling, bedizemo^ 
baUisting, Bee/zebab, boneaetter, bonesetting, boanoingfy, bookaejfor}^ .^ 
Fa/aomety, farcical, pbariaaicaly fborscore, forasmuch, rancifiil, fimc^blffi P 
offensive/y, fac-simi/e, fixidity, fized/y, fox/ike : — Vezing/y t — Imbeci%r | < 
embenler, embezzling) mercifbl, mercifo^, mercenary, municipal, mofr 
aatery, monastic, mana/ayer, mincing/y, ma^stery, majeatio, mazimoiBi 
maziMary: — Italicising t — Depositary, depository, depositing, diffbaed/fi a. 
domestic, doleaomely, dozo/ogy: — Thickscaii: — ^Live-atock, efeemMT* I 
nary, /oadstar, ^atbsome/y, /onesome/y, /ionVmouth, /iziviam, focksmiOi "* 
laxative :-»i2^psodic, repository, reabsorb, revisiting,rediaaolve, reinapin^ 
ransomer, ransoming, reinstall, earuestfy, rancidity, ransacking, rcgoidiifl' 
tyf irksome/y : — Unpacific, unbosoming^ unobserve. Nova Scqtia, onniaaE- 
ing, unmuzzled, unmuzz/ing, unmusical, unmusicaZ/y, undeceiving, inde* 
cency, undesiring, undesi^ing, nonsuiting, unchastity, unchaste^, un* 
just/y, inquisitive :— •Coercive/y, corrosively, carousingfy, coinciding, can' 
celling, counselling, casuistic, QtiixotiC) coxcomb t*— <3ameaomefy, agO' 
tistic, garrisoning. 

EXBRCISE VI. 

Words written with aftdl-length consonant-sign^ the s or n-cncn 
and THREE other full-length consonant-signs, 

Peace^partj, Passama^uoddy, epistolary, aposto/ic, pisto^Ang, poater* 
ity, a-postenori, posterior, apo'sllesAip, episcopacy, piscatory ^— Be* 
atuddeu, bestia/ity, beastZike, obstinate, bastinado, bastinado, obatittBoyf 
boastingfy, absolving, absorbings absurdity, observing, Byzantium, be- 
sieging/^, obscurity, obscure/y, obscurer : — Phosphoric, festivity, Qaialar, 
offscottnng, fusiform, physiotoffic, physio^omy :— 'Vice veraa, vioaroy- 
a/ty t-^Misbehaving, misbe^e^ Mozambique, mismanage, miataftiing, 
miadated, misdoubted, mia/iking, MiaaoZonghi, miaarrange, miaoaminii 
mii^udged, miqudging, muacovado, muakteter, whimaicaSty, Tn^tiTa/firg, 



i^BoiroaAApfixo word-book VO. tL 118 

auqtiefade, xnisoarriage) miscarryingy misgiying, almsRivin^ :-^esti' 
Mwy, Toscaifoosa, Tuacarora :---Dy8pepMa, despoifer, de^poi/ing, dk' 
|el2ui^, disimrityi desperado, disparage, disappearing, despairing, de* 
Mofaing, disbowetfing^, disafiect, disembowel, distimiZar, disseminatei 
ieititate, disti^tor, disti^fery, distii&ig, distarb, disdaining, dissy/tebic, 
diiio^ring, disfoyaZty, dis/od^g, dis^king, dazzlingZy, aiirobing, do' 
mrrixuft disharmony, disarming, diarelishf disarrange, disceming» d&* 
iknedly) ditsonancy, disengage, discharge, discoarage, disgorge :«-Thes« 
i Moiii ea t-— Lisping^, e^acidative, e/ucidatod) a^-searching :«-J2e8piring, 
Barrisburg, recitative, restitate, restoring, resarveying, horseradish, 
iMo/Ting, reservoir, reserving, rascaZity : — Inspiring, unaspiring, unspar- 
iof, henceforth, incivility, unstoffed^ institute, unstated, unstudied, in- 
•Ii2fing, insta/^^, unsadd/ing^ insutority, unslaAred, incendiary, ensnar- 
Ingt faupoority, msecure/y :— -ExpeUing, ez-parte, ezpurge, expiring, ex* 
paaffo, cohedWitj, cosmogony, custom-house, customary, accustoming^ 
•mt^ed) exto^ing, exterior, exoteric, extenuate, castane^ exceeding/y, 
nodUeaey, questioning, exchange, exigency : — Examining, ghost/ike. 

Exercise Vll. 

WbriU writlen with aftdl-length consonarU-ngn, the n or s-circle, 
another ftUl-length consonarU^signi and a half-length conto* 
narU^gn. 

Tnmportf post-obit, postu^te, posthaste, upstart, h3rposaZphate, pasqui- 
Bide t-^Ab«orbed, absented, abscinded, bisected, obscured, absolved, ob« 
•enred t— Phosphorate, phosphuret, faci/itate, fascinated t— Vociferate t 
•"•BAisbehaved, mismatched, mistimed, masticate, misreAite, misquoted, 
BMienAite, miscalled, muskrat, misguided 2— Tasse/ated, outskirt*-~'Dis* 
iipatedy disputed, dispelled, despoUed, disport, dispirit, desperate, dis* 
appeared, oespaired, despatched, disboweiled, decimated, dissimu/ate, 
QMilled, distort, dissolved, desolated, dis/odged, disliked, dislocate, dis- 
nfHf disrepute, disrobed, deserved, disarmed, deserted, disannulled, dis* 
UEerit, dlssonated, discommode, dissected, disquieted, disquietude, dis- 
eoid, diaaooord, discard, designate :— Suspect, assassinated t-^Lacerated, 
vdher^tedf licentiate i — i2espited, respired, respect, restored, rusticate, 
resolved, resorveyed, reasserted, reserved, resorted, resented, resounded, 
retdnded, reascended, horsegnard: — Unspotted, unspoiled, inroirit, in« 
apirad, onspared, inspect, unsubdued, unsifted, unstopped, instilled, in* 
atalied, oosetUed, unstored, unstitched, instigate, unsaddled, inserted, un- 
aearohed, insinuated, unsounded, ensnared, unsinged, unassoc^ted, wain- 
acoted, unskilled, tmschooled, unscared, unsquared, unscarred, xm- 
Booared, unsecured :— Chessboard :^r-Expiated, excepted, accepted, ex- 
pedite, expelled, export, expert, expired, expatiate, expect, accustomed, 
aztoUed, extort, castigate, acce/erate, accented, accentuate, excavate, 
aoBsented, esooriata :— Gasconade, eiempted, exiAed, axu/ted, exhi/a'' 
mta, azhorlady azartad, ezaggatata, ezoctad. 



116 PHOVOOKAPHIO WOBD-'BOOK Va It. 

— JaiMbvWt gaofogical, jnrklioal, joridioally : — Shareholdmr:— CoveiMqf 
«qiiivooator, accama&itor, ootagonal, cardinal, eoonomical, eeonommlh^- 
4Miiioiuoal, canonically, qaenohable, equdnodial, equinocUaUj, noMpi 
maker, cocomber, ooaotively : — Gardener, garniture, gunpowder. 

Exercise XIII. 

Words toriUen with two fuU-length consonant-'ngnst an l-hook4I 
R-HooK consonant-sign^ and another fult-length consonantrsigm,'^ 




roSf ba/anc, oewimenng, beieasui 

biMopric, bungler: — Fumbler, fumbling, fi/tering, fa/termg, 
fu/crum, Fa/kirk, fireplug, fireproof, former/y, foundering, phoi 
fiingering : — Venturing, vainglory : — Embattling, embittering, mnml 
malapropos, mouMenng, Marblebead* marvelhng, maarsha&u 
verer, manosuvring, numtHng, MontreaZ, meandering, manacl 
grel, mingler, mangier,^ mingling, mangling : — Typography, toi 
autobiography, tempering, attempering, tampennff, tombler, 
to2^bridge, Tunbridge, tendril, tendering, outgeneral, techn^og 

raphy, tincturing, tinkling, twinkling, tinghng, tangling : — ^ 

dimpling, admiralty, demonoioey, admeasurins, day-Zalxirer, defivanb 
aduZterer, darkling, dandier, dwindling, dandling,^ dandruff Danki£ 
doctoring, dangler, dangling : — Thunderer, thundering, ethnognapbyx* 
Assemblage, flssembling: — ^Z«eapfrog, Z«ombardy, timbering, le^pm&eft 
e/igibility, aZgebraic, electrify, e/ectoral, e/ectric, tecturer, toctunng, JIb> 
gering: — /Rupturing, rumpling, rambler, rumbling, rambling, re-einoaik, 
orthography, uranography, regeneracy, recoverer, recovering, architra?fl^ 
regathiering, toranglmg: — Unbuckling, enfeebling, un&voring, unfettering 
unfuWing, inveteracy, inveigler, inveigling, numbering, new-modelliv^ 
nnmother^y, unmannerfy, entitling, undeclare, uncoupling, uncoveria^ 
uncurZing, neckcloth, unanchoring: — Juvenility, jumbling, jointnrio^ 
ginger/y, jingling, jangling :— Shambling, sheltering, «Aou2dering, shia- 
gling :— Capability, capturing, Cambridge, cambric, cumbering, cathedial» 
ichthiography, equilibrium, equi^ibrity, cau/iflower, caZigraphy, quarteri;fi 
quartering, chirography, conqueror, conquering, cancering :~-Gamb]flr, 
gambling, gargling. 

Exercise XIV. 

Wbrtis written toith a half-lenoth consonant'Sign, an Ii-hook tf 
• . R-HOOK consonant-sign, and afuLl-length consonant'sign. 

Photography, redoubling, octohedral, quit-claim. 



PHQXrOGBAPHIO WORD-BOOK KG. II. Ill 



Exercise XV. 

Wcrd8 written with a fidl-lengih consonant'rigrif an l-hook or r- 
BOOK ngn^ ana two other fuU-length consonant'rigns* 




; ^igip:— rawer-ui-Miw, lecuiency : -^ v apor-oain, viDreiOfTr vagrancy: — 

^Jnploring, impromptu^ embroUing, embryonic, embrownins, embarking, 

.jHtrimcmy, mutterin^/y, minerafogy :--Oatflank, tetrarch, tetrarcby, 



;.fDtDcratic, antographic: — Diplomacy, deploring, depravity, depriving, 
* '" aring, deflect, deformity, deforming, developing, devolving, divolg- 
adverbial, adverbia//y, 'diverging, DeiHeronomy, editor«^ip, de- 
* g, diuner-time, declivity, declaiming, declaring, declining: — Es- 
), iaothermal, astro/o^, Anstra/asia, escritoire : — ^LiberaZity, Aiby- 
Ibgaritbm : — JSeplevyiug, reprobate, reprieving, reprovinff, repre- 
reproaching,^ reflect, reframmg, reforming, refreihin^, nvalMip, 
^tfwnarking, renerving, reclaiming, recollect, recreancy, hieroglyphic, 
filo Grande :—UnbliuAing, mibribed, inflaming, inflaenza, inflict, un- 
illgginff, infirmity, infirmary, inviri/it^, nutritive, entreated, intruded, 
i Mutnfity, entrench, intricacy, intriguing, Andromache, undreaded, un- 
; duifty, nnthriving, enthraZ/ing, enthroning, enshrining, unqualifying, en- 
kditic, unclothing, inculcate, unclogged, encroaching, neglect: — Gene- 
r IlA^f , jiiggling/yr geographic :— SnufflingZy, shuttlecock : — Cavalcade, 
' eayiUiiig/y, coetemity, curZingZy, acknowledging. 

Exercise XYI. 

Wbrdt written vdth afyU-lenglh consonant-sign^ a half-length l or 
m-HOOK consonant-sign, and the dot representing the termination 
life. 

Upbraidui^, obtruding, evaporating, vibrating, imbruting, defraudtn^Ti 
iBbreedtn^, inebriating', entreating, mtrnding, jeoparding, co-operating. 



Exercise XYII. 

Wards written udth an j* or r-hook consonant-sign^ and three 

fvU-length consonant-signs. 

Plumbago, plumcake, ^ilatonic, planking; preparer, propound, prohib- 
Hiye, approbative, prohibiting, approbating, nyperbo/ic, prebend, prefa- 
tory, prophetic, profanity, perfect, privateer, prevai/ing, provoked, pro- 
Toiung, promu/ge, primarily ^ promenade, prsBmnnire, April-fool, prolific, 
panZfolling, purloining, proroguing, preoccupying, pruriency, pre-engage, 
pngndsed, prejudging, procurer, procuring :— Blue-bonnet, blamewor- 
thy, bMmishiog, bloomingZy, obligmg/y, hhxthingly, blackberry,^ black- 
naU, bkckleg, blackening, black sheep, obligatoty, blankly, blinking ; 



106 



PHOVOftBAFBIO WORD-BOOK VO. U. 



ExsRcisx XC. 
Remainmg words*ofjbnr consonanUsounds, 

1. 



i> 



Plans 
floance 
cleanse 
glance 



Prince 

prance 

bronze 

brains 

France 

utterance 

trance 

troance 



Pearlash 

periliinff 

apparelling 

barrelling 

furling 

morality 

twirling 

darling. 



Perilled 

apparelled 

barrelled 

twirled 

gnarled 

curled 

caroled 



mndsill 

lightsome 

heartsore 

artisan 

oat's-paw 



Upwards 
homewards 



4. 



5. 



6. 





outwards 




t,rd« 


fir 

kfnz 


halyards 




l,itb 


rapids 
hereabouts 




r,pd« 
r,btt 


gbu 


whereabouts 




r,bU 


rickets 




r,kt* 




inwards 




n,rdip 


pms 


onwards 




n^rdz 


hmz 






* 




r. 




hms 


Stiffen 




9t(a 


ftns 


Stephen 




stvn 


tm* 


stamen 






tntj 


stolen 




9tln 


tnif 


stallion 




tUu 




stern 




9tnK 


p^Z,sh 




8. 




P,r/,ng 
P.rAng 
b,W,ng 

f,W,Dg 


Steeper 




STp 


stopper 




STp 


stupor 
state'r 




STP 
STt 


m,r/,J 

t,r/,ng 

d,W,ng 


stutter 




STt 


stagger 


M% 


•Tg 


p,rW 
p,rld 
b,rM 


Stiller 


9. 


Mtlr 


staler 




si\r 


stellar 




9t]r 


t,rW 




4 0% 




n,rU 




10. 




k,rW 


Stiver 




atvr 


k,W4 


staver 


11, 


9tvr 


md«,^ 


Stamp 




$tnv^ 


lts,m 


stumpy 




«<mp 


rt*,r 


stamp 




Mtm^ 


W«,n 








*<s,p 




12, 






Famto 




fnU 




events 




ynt« 


p,rd3r 


vaunts 




vnt« 


m,rdz 


mends 




imuU 




PHOKOOBAPHIO WORD-BOOK VO. IZ. 119 

itopBTj embroider, embroidery, ambrona^ embrasore, measarable, 
nessarably: — Tubercle, water-^el 2-*->De[Mirtiire, diabolical, diaboli- 
wXkj^ devili«iUyf declaimer : — House-breaker : — Aadrubal : — Liberator, 
Wborntoiy, Labrddor, ^w>bi^aker, Liverpool, /iterawre, tedlefnl, Aichr3r*> 
' , alfogorical, a/tegoiically 5— jReprover, repertory, f^proacher, refera- 
referrible : — Unpar^s'o/, unpar^iotfy, infernal, infernally, unfrugal, un- 
ity, enumerator, unutterable, intriguer. Wonderful, Wonderfully, tm- 
ly, enclosuro :--<jenerIcal, generically, geographer i—Oo-operator, 
mal, coeternallyi quadruple, quadrature, quadrenniaU— ^Qotemofi 
»«y. 

EXERCIBB XXI. 

^ds icriUen with an lot r-hook consonant-sign^ a fuj/t-length 
consonant'signt and another l or r-uook consonaHt-sign* 

Applicable, applicably ; probable, probably, perfumer, petfhmery, pro- 
phneiy, provable, provably, approvable, approvabl;^, provider, preamlble, 
ttBrmeable, primeval, perimeter, prompter, pyramidal, prayerful, prayer* 
■dly) approachable, appreesable, proctor :— Blamable, blamably, olame* 
iUl, blitheful ; bramble, brimful, oarometer, breathable, brindje, break- 
water: — Flammable, philofoger; freebooter, freetiver, freehoMer, for- 
^nrder, fracture, frankly : — Overpeople, everwatchful, overwatchful :— 
Triphammer) trapdoor, tropical, tropically, tribunal, trafficker, trample, 
trumpery, tremble, triumphal, truthful, water-Zevel, trinomial, trundle, 
Irencner, tragical, tragically, attractor, tranquil, tranquilly, triangle:— 
.Dreamful, dromedary, Adrianople, drainable, director, directory, deroga- 
tory, drinker !•— Enlivener, unlimber :-— Cherubical : — Cleopatra, clamber^ 
derical, clowni«A/y, clinical, clinker ; crimple, crumple, crample, cramblei 
viminal, criminaUy, chronicle: — Graphical, graphically, grumble, Gre^ 
adble, granger. 

Exercise XXII. 

Wards toritten mth a full-length consonant'sign^ an l-hook or R« 
BOOK sign, the s or z-oircle, and anothef fall-length consonant' 
sign. 

Pauperiflm, Patterson J— Obtrusive, bittersweet! — Vocalissing, vlgor- 
OB^y • — Inipressive, impressing, imprison, emblazon, embracing, moreU' 
ker, moro/izing :— Duplicity, depressing, diversify, diversitjr, adversity, 
diverse/y, adverse/y, adversary, divorcing, decreasing, digressive, di- 
gressing :~t}/traism, /echerous/y, /ocali^m, /egalizing :-^i2eplacing, re- 
pressive, reprisal, repressing, reversa/, reverse/y, reversing, retracing, re- 
dressing, recrossing: — Unpursued, unbracing, unfrozen, mverse/y, uni- 
versa/, universaZ/y, anniversary, intrusive, wondrous/y, undressing, anthra- 
dte, unclasp, e.nclasp, inclusive, unclassic, inclosing, enclosing, unclosing, 
increasing t— -Jefferson, generosity, generous/yt — Quarre^me, Quaker- 
Inn. 



190 PHOVOORAFHIO W0BO*B00K ITO. XL 



EZEROISS XXIII. 

Wards unitUn with an l-hook or r-uook consanant-ngnt two^ 
length consonarU'^gnSf and the final n or b-circle. 

Plainnefls; propi^tous, prefix, primroflOi primneas, primenea^ ( 
gious, prolix, ^rayerfoaS) Frentissj apj^rentice, prooeneas, pernicioii 
proach/eaa, prejodice) practice, precarious, procaressi precocioof :-<^ 
neaa, blamefeM, bloodiness, blitoeneas, bluishness, bleakness, blaok 
briefiess, Bermudas, brim/ess, brightness, broadness, breath/eas, I 
fess, bridge/ess : — Flabbiness, flamefoss, fluminous, fliffhtinesa, Bsk 
flowerteaa, flagi/»oaa, flecA/eas, flea&ineaa, flagginess ; mvotoos, fin 
firothiness, franchiae, freshneas, fractioaa :---Overoffie»oua, overca 
overcaatioaa, overanxiooa:— Trappinga, trenra/ons, trimneaa, triti 
truthfeas, waterworka^ beteroffeneoua, watercoorae t— Drafts, dnuD 
dreamiess, adroitness^ hydraoAcs, dreariness, dry-norse : — Unlikena 
luckiness i anmliuesst-^ShruUess, shri^ness, shrewishness :— Cola 
clamminess, climax, clearness.; acrimoniooa i -^ Glibness ) gravenei 
grandize, grann/ous, greenneaa, gregariooa. 

Exercise XXIV. 

Words written with two l-hook or r-hook eonsonant^gnSf an 

final s or z-circle. 

Opprobrioua, prefers, progress : — Overplmi, overpress, overprice, 
dress: — Troublooa, traverse, traitorous, treacheroua l^-Odorifen 
Journalize t— Clamoroua : — Glaciera. 

Exercise XXV. 

Words written with an l or r-hook consonant-sign, a fuUA 
consonant-sign, the 8 or z-circle, and another fidl-length i 
nant-sign. 

Propoaa/, propoaer, proposing, prophesied, profuae/y, profinaoy 
pbeaymg, prefacmg, profeasing, previous/y, provisory, permissive, 
issor^, promising, premising, producer, producing, principia, 
hensive, prince/y, prancing, preciously, precosity :— 'Blitnesome ; bi 
brainsick, Brunswick, bronzing : — Flimsity, flouncing, flaxseed, f 
flexile, flexor, flaxen, fluxing; freemason, fricasseed: — Verbosity, 
ce2/i, overtask, virtuous/y : — Travesty, traducer, traducing, transit, 
ing, trouncing, atrocious/y :— Druidism : — Unrighteous/y, unrejoid 
Eclipsing, dumsi/y, cleansing; crimson: — Gloriously, glancing; 
oos^y, groteaque, egregiouis^y, gracionsfy. 



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SXXBOISE XXVL 

writUn toith an -lot r-hook cDfwonaia-«^git, the nor z-cim- 
CLE, and TWO fnll'lengih consonant'Hgns. 

3, placid/y, pleasingZy ; perspire, oppresrive/y, perceiying, prieft- 
liestfy, preceding, prending, proceeding, persaading, preserve, 




ie, frizziSng, phraseofogy, forswearing, friskug : — Verni^g, 
, ▼ersatile, overhasti/y, overstock, oversleep: — Hamorsome/ys 
mw; tmstiZy, trustier, watersneke, watersoaking :— Drizzlmg : 
timg, threescore t •— Whithersoever s — Unelastic; unreserve ^— 
otyj -*Cla^in^, classifying, coUusive^, calcining, closeting; 
oroeifier, cracifying, acrostic, ecioharistic, canedlj, eaxmmift 
Bg:— Glistening ; grasping. 

EXEBOISB XXVII. 

mriUen with anhor &-hook conaonant-sign, the a or 2-cih- 
CLE, and a HAur-LENeTH consonant-ngn. 

mt; precept, perceived, presumed, preceded, proceeded, per- 
prose/yte, pursuant, personate, present, prisoned, prosecate: 
imed, blasted, blazoned; breasted, bnrsted, bracelet, bris- 
skat :— Flasket ; frosted, frisket: — Waterspout, trusted, v^afer- 
— Adolescent; drizzled:— Thirsted:-— Enlisted, unloosened; on- 
:— Clasped, classified, calcinate, calcined, closeted, crisped, cro- 
trysofite, christened, crescent, crosscut :— -Graspedi grizzled. 

EXBROISK XXVIIL 

mitten wWi a ftdl'length consonant-sign, (he s-circle, an- 
fuU'length consonant-sign^ and an lot r-hook consonant' 

al, pacifically, peacemaker, pastoral, episodical, episodically, epis^ 
risoopally, positively, peasantry: — Obstacle, absolver, observer :— 
\f vestibule :-— Misbehaviour, mystical, mystically, miserable, mis- 
lisBomer, musketry :— •Testator;— Disputer, disfiivor, disfigure, dis- 
dissemble, December, decemvir, deceitful, deceitfully, dissyllable, 
0, disallowable, disorder, discemer, dissenter, disinter, dissunder, 
, discovery, dissector, duski«^« disaster, desirable, desirably, 
>le: — Atheistical : — Sustainer:— Lustful, lustfully, elatftical, elasd- 
ocidator, elucidatory, Lysander:— jReoeivable, reassemble, re- 
resomable, resolver, reasonable, reasonably:— Inceptor, unstabloi 
, unsuitable, unsuitably, unsteadily, answerable, unassignable, 
>r, ensnarl, nnessenltol, unessenfe'ally, insaliable, insaltaoly, un- 

6 



122 PHOKOORAPmO WORD-BOOK VO. It. 

Bodable, nnsoetablj^ newspaper: — Gestatoryjjoiticiary, jeoailical, 
icallj t — Expiable, ezpoflore, exhibitoryi ezomctal, hexameter, ezc 
cosUvely, cu8tomer» coBtical, axfetree, questioner ezcheqaer, er' 
hexagonal :-»Ga8ometer, exlubitor, examiner, exa/ter, exo/ter, ez( 
exactor. * 

Exercise XXlX, 

Words written mth TVrofuU-length amsonant-ngnst aniscr BrW 
consonarU'-gignf and the final 8 or z-ciRCUS. 



Pythagonu, po/verize, Pericles, pinchers, panegynze, 
bacchanals s — Fu/ftlress, fireplace, forebrace, foreclose:— Ventoroiis] 
Moveables, mediatress, miraculoaSf monopolize, Montrose 3— Id 
idoZatroos, dangerous, hiding-place i-^Isinglass :—AftiatroaS| h 
foundressi electrize, Aigubrious : — Herbiferous, reimburae i «** Ni 
wigenerous : — ChamTOrS) chauntress : — Gienitals: -^ ShamUes i*- 
brous, cadaverous, cockatrice. Congress. 

• 

Exercise XXX. 

Words loritten unth afuU-length consonant-sign, an i^^book or 
R-HOOK consonant-sign, another fuU-length consonant-sign, 
the final s or z-circle. 

Patroness, patronize, apocalypse, epiglottis: — Battle-axe t-^MAAjorpise^l 
aflerdays; feebleness, fatnerfess, fickleness : -» Heavenlinow i — Umbn* 
geous) improvise, imprimis, matrix, measurefess, Michaelmas :-»HatBfiit 
ness, tawdriness : — Audibleness, heedfalness, defiex, dinnertess : — ^¥006* 
fulness, Theocritus : — Usefulness, laocrates : — ^Liableness, a^fowableasA 
/ibera^ize, wi/fulness, /awfulness, tevelness, Zetter^case, wiMemess, ImIh 
rymose t>~i2eproduce, repurchase, horribleness, harbortesa, mefblaan 
reflex, reflux, riverhorse, ruroiness : — Nobleness, influence, iiiflaz, soi' 
malness, neutra/ize, nutri^s'ous, natura/ize, unequalness, nngracioos:" 
Watchfulness: — Jeopardous, jeopardize, jovialness, generalizes— Chinl' 
rous : — Capridous, wtikefuluess, cavernous, co2or/ess, casnalaesB, govtn* I 
ess, ignoramus i-^Angrinesd. I 

Exercise XXXI. 

Words toritien teith an l-hook or r-hook consonant-sign, then sr 
z-ciRCLE, a fuU'-lengih consonant-sign, and another b or i- 

CIRCLE. 

Precipice, presuppose, priestess, priceless, pursuance, presences-* 
Brussels : — Philosopnize : — Overzeatous : — Mercitess, amorousness, ho» 
morousness: — Tresoaas, trousers: — Heedlessness, adolescence; drowih 
ness :-~Closeness, classics } crosspiece^ Christmas, crossneas^ orazineM :-* 
Glossiness ; grace/ess, greasiness, grossness, grassiness. 



^ PBOKOOKAPHIO WORD-BOOK VO. IL 128 

f Exercise XXXII. 

Words written mik anhor r-hook eonsonant-ngn, the b or z-ciR • 
CLE, and another l or r-hook consonant-sign, 

^ Tbnisible, plausibly ; prosper, prisoner, procedure : — Blissfal, blissfbllj, 
r UtEonry; briskly, brazenly:— Overstrew: — Traceable, tricennial: — De- 
IwiTely; derisively: — Analyzable: — Classical, classically; cradble, cm* 
:— Qkssfol; gracefol, graoefnlly. 



Exercise XXXIII. 

WMs written with a fuU-length consonant-sign^ ike s-circle, an 
1, or R-HOOK consonant-sign, and afuU-Ungtk consonant-sign. 

Possibility, peace-offering, apostrophe, pastor/y, pastarage, postoring, 
pastoring :— Bastardy, bestirring, bowstring;, bas-relief, bas-re/ievo :— • 



prare, dayspring, headspring, di ^ ^ 
oiaabUng, disaiBnn, deciphering, dissevering, dastardy, destroyer, destroy- 
ing, disamialUng, dishonoring, disqualify, disclaim, describe, descrying : 
— -WeZtepring :— Rostrum :— Unsober^y, unsavori/y, nostrum, nostril, un- 



■tring, nnstrang, inscribe, unscrewing : — Chess-player : — Gesturing :-» 
Shoestring:— Explore, Uxbridge, extreme, hexahedral, exclaim :- ^ 



Exercise XXXIV. 

Words written with two full-length consonant-signs, the s or Z" 
circle, and aniMor r-hook consonant-sign. 

Pedestal :— Fixture : — Ambassador, modestly, medicinal, medicinaUy, 
ndnbtry, mixture :-— Tapestry, atmosphere, taxable, texture : — Depositor, 
defeasible, difiusible, diffusively, advisable, devisable, divisable, admissi- 
ble, dufcimerr— iZefusable, remissible, reducible, J2ensselaer, orchestra: 
— Uoappeasable, ineffaceable, infusible, invisible, noticeable, antisoeta/, 
anoeatiy:— Chancellor:— Chemistry, corrosible, counselor, casuistry 

Exercise XXXV. 

Words written with three full-leitoth consoncmt^gns^ and one 

HALF-LENGTH consonant-sign. 

Popvlatad, poe^2aureate, hypothecated, pa/pitate, uplifted, purport, 
parboiled, openmouthed, openhearted, poniaraed, pickpocket, punctu- 
ated. 

BobtaHed, aboveboard, abominated, Beih/ehemite, baMpate, bi/educt, 
bofconied, barbecued, barefooted, barenecked, Bamegat, barricaded, 
borsamot, benefitted, Benedict, abnegated, objected, backboard, back- 
kHMMd, bfloqoeted. 



124 FHOKOORAPHIO WORD-BOOK HO. XT. 

Fivefold, fomented, effeminated, fiimigated, foo/moathed, fieMbecl, 
foZ^hearted, forepart, firebucket, Fairfield, fbur^ld, farfetched, forehand 
ed, foreshaidowed, affectionate. 

Variegated, vanguard, vanquished. 

Mea/y-moathed meliorated, ameliorated, mi/kmaid, marigold, manipa 
ftite, manifold, manumitted, magnified, magnitude. 

TaboZated, toferated, ta/entea, torpitude, turpitude, tarnished, tamooal^ 
toumiquette, torchlight, targeted. 

Depopu/ate, deported, 'departed, depicted, debarked, de&ufted, de* 
fended, definent, dovetailed, diverted, adverted, advocated, demeritad, 
demented, dominated, demanded, dominant, diminished, admonishedf 
detonated, detected, di/apidate, de/ineated, defegated, deranged, derogi^ 
ed, downhearted, denunciate, dejected, decapitate, decorated, decocto^ 
dignified. 

High-spirited, aspirated, assimi/ated, esca^ded. 

WeZif-be/bved, we/Z-founded, /ifeguard, e/iminated, fomented, fidgata^ 
fongitude, Z*ockport, e/ectorate, /ong/ived, /bnglegged, vnUhig-heBtlMt 
/ongwinded, efongated, /anguished. 

jKeported, reformed, refunded, revoZved, revo/ted, reverted, revenflBd, 
re-emoodied, remoulded, warmhearted, re-emerged, ruminated, renMid- 
ed, remanded, remnant, readopted, JSedfield, readmitted, rulcns-Iiabi^ 
riding-coat, refented, re/anded, re-elected, rearguard, rennhabite^ reoo- 
yated, reanimated, iron-hearted, reinundate, reinsured, re-enacted, re-ea- 
gaged, recharged, recbanged, originated, rejected, - architect, recorded, 
recanted, recounted, regu/ated. 

Unpo//uted, unpurified, unpunished, unbe/ieved, unbe/oved, tinbo/ted, 
nnbarbed, unbearded, unbonneted, unbenighted, unbounded, unabjured, 
uufatigued, unfathomed, infoZded, unfo/ded, enfi/aded, informed, unform- 
ed, unaffrighted, infuriated, infinitude, unuffended, unfounded, inefficteni; 
infected, unaffected, enve/bped, invo/ved, unvioZated, involuted, inva2i- 
date, inverted, invented, unavenged, unvi/iated, navigated, unembalmed, 
unembodied, immeZted, mmerited, enumerated, New Market, rnimark- 
ed, nominated, unnraunted, unamended, untempted, unattempted, inti- 
mated, intimidate, miadmired, undama«[ed, unde/ighted, nndu/ated, in* 
du/ged, indurated, unassorted, unasserted, unalienat^, uneTected, unwoi^ 
shipped, uninhabited, ninefold, uninvited, unentombed, nnanointed, uih 
initiated, enunciated, annunciated, uninsored, unengaged, unchurchedf 
uncharged, enchanted, unchanged, unjointed, injected, inoculated, incar- 
nate, uncorked, incorrect, uncanopied, unacquainted, uncounted, oncai^ 
did, unquenched, unactuated. 

ChiZdbed, checkmated. 

I^acuZated. 

Snipwrecked. 

GopoZated, eo-efB(;teBt, corropted, carpeted, cornfield, cannoimded, CO* 
adulated. 

Augmented, gaZtanted, garnished. 



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fixKftClSB XXXVI. 

Wbrdt written toilh two fulUlength consonant'ngru, a half4mgth 
con9onant-4ignf and another fuLLAength consonanl'ngn, 

^ PopoAiting, epUeptic, ap^fting, perpetuity, perpetaate, perpetual, 
^erpetna/i^yy parentage, passionately, punctuating : — Abrupt/y, nyber- 
Bating, barricading, benefiting, abnegating, objective, abject/y, objeot- 
ii)|, Daokward/^, banqueting :— Fumigating, efiBctent/y, factotnin, a^ 
icted/y, fecundity: — Variegating :—Anibu/ator^, ambu&ting, me^iorat- 
fag, ame^orating, market-day, marketing, imffimative, magnetic : — ^Tab- 
ihting, tolerating, torpidity, turbidty, turgidity: — Adopted/y, deport- 
Ih, departing, depicting, defaufting, dfefinitivej defending, devoted/y, di- 
videdfy, diverting, adverting, advantage, demeriting, detecting, define* 
atbg, delegating, derivative, dormitory, derogating, decorating, dogmat- 
fa, daguerreotype : — Aspirating, assimi/ating, escorting: — E/aborating, 
^)habetic, Lamartine, litigating, e/ongatin^, languid/y: — i2epeated/y, re- 
PUtedfy, reporting, revolting, reverting, arithmetic, renovating, re-enact- 
ng, originating, argentine, rejecting, rekindle, regulative, re^u/ating :— 
Ihipo/ite/y, inopportune, ' unliefitting, unboZtin^, unbegotten, infatuating, 
klfuriating, infinitive, infinitely, infiuitile, unfeigned/y, inverting;, enume- 
ftting, untoward/v, undu&ttory, undu/ating, indurating, nonentity, enun- 
tiating, annunciating, un^enteel, ungenteeUy, ungentle, ungent/y, inject- 
iag, inaccurate/y, incurative, enkindle, unkmd/y : — Girandole, ejacu/ato- 
97} ejacu/ating :---Copu/ative, copn/ating, cumulative, aocumu^tive, accn- 
ttoAitinff, cathartic, candid/y, caqnonading, cockfighting, coagu/ating:— > 
CKiardea/y. 

ElCKRCISK XXXVII. 

^ords lorkten with a fuU-lengih consonant-sign, a half-length 
amsonant'sign, and two other fuU-length consonant-signs. 

Porto BellOf portfo/io, partative, Porto JKico, opportunity, puritam'c, 
Appertaining, partaking, pocketbook, pocket-money, packet-ship : — Bo^t- 
JOpe, abortive/yi — Fortifier, fortifying, fourteenth, fiendlike, fondling, 
^ndling : — Vegetating : — MeZting/y, mortifier, mortifying, morta/ity, 
Martinique: — Di&itoriZy, ditettante, dictatory, dictating, ductility: — Au- 
^lurritative, thwarting/yt — Hospitality, ascertaining, assenting/y, ascend- 
Jticy : — ^Legitimacy : — iSepudiating, remode//in^, rectifier, rectifying : — 
^fideZity, unfadin^/y, inviting/y, unhesitating, nmeteenth, inundating, in- 
^tivity : — Chartering : — Giantlike : — 8hifting/y :— Captivity, coveting2|y, 
^omet/ike, cogitating : — Guardroom. 

Exercise XXXVIII. 

^ofds written with a half-lekoth consonant-sign^ and three 

fuU-length consonant-signs. 

C^ode^doo, petfifViDg; patri^ring, putridity, patermtt,\mJtasrTGa^^ 



126 PBOHOOSAPHIO W0BX)«BO0X VO. U. 

latffft materiaZity. meteoroZogf , matOTnity ; meditatire, meditated, 
d/iug/y : — Tittejpa^e :'-«Dedicatofy, didactic :— tiastypadding, estabfiifty 
estrange, histnomc, aBtonishing s—A/temity :— Retrieving, Botterdam, 
rilome^, retrench, retaming; ridicu/ing:"Antedated, interioWy, ante* 






rior/y, integrity, nightingale; indelicacy, unadjadged, faandcofllng, inde* 
coram, indignity :— Kidnapping, qaidnunct ^ 

ExsRoiss XXXIX. 

Wards written mth a HALF-i«EitGTH consonant'ngni a /uU'UngA 
consonant^Hgn, and another HALF'LENeTH consonant-sign. 

Petrified, patrefied :•— Obt/aded, butternut, bed/amite, obdurated, ab* 
dicated, abdacted, body-guard t •— Vitrified : — MutiAited, mitigsled) 
roodufoted, midd/e-aged, medicated : — Deteriorate, dead/ift, deoocAfl^- 
dedicated :— Estimated, yestef^night, astounded, a8tolUsfaed^— Lightfi>olBdl, • 
Zightbearted, aZlemate s — • Heanfelt, reattempted, retafiated, retneved, 
retreated, reiterated, retorted, retarided, retract, artiou/ato ; hafdfaeartad, 
eradicated :— Intellect, untainted, unattainted, intended, unattended, as- 
tinged, antiquated; unadopted) unadapted, undefiled, indefinite, nnda* 
voted, undivided, indelicate, indented, undaunted, handcuffed, indicated, 
mieddicted, uneducated, inducted, winding-sheet :— -Catapolt, qoodfibel, 
quadruped, kidnapped. 

Exercise XL. 

Words written toUhryfo half-length consonant'signs, and afiiU' 

length consonant-sign, 

Obduratefy, obdurating, abdicating, abducting :— Federative : — Evi- 
dent/y !— Muti/ating, mitigative, mitigating: — Modu&ting, modef^ting, 
midwinter, medicatiug :— TitiZ/ating s— Deductive, deducting, dedicating 1 
—Astounding J— U/timatum, ultimately j Litt/eton, a/terotive J — iZotunditv, 
reta/iative, retaiiatory, reta/iating, retorter, retreating, reiterating, retI^ 
ed/y, retentive :-«lQtimate/y, inattentive, intent/y, intending, antiquating: 
— ^Undevout/y, undeviating, individual, undonbted/y, handtoriting, inden^ 
ing, indicative, inductive, inadequate/y, indicatory, indicating, indoctiDgi 

Exercise XLI. 

Words lorOten with two half-length consonant-signs, and ike 
DOT representing the termination inc. 

Retarding, intimating, antedating. 

Exercise XLII. 

Words written mth a full-length consonant-sign, and two half - 

LENGTH consonant-signs. 

Poflent, portend, packe^boat :— Ob/iterate, abjudicate :— Fortified, 
imitade, fortnight, fortunate s—VtntUat^i—Maltitiidei mortifiedi 



FHOVOORAPHXO WOBO-BOOK KO. H. I2fi 

■UMit :«^Adiiftar«te, dictated : — A«»tlained, aaoendaiit :— Leftliaod, fe^ 
liawta :-»i2epiidi9ted, ttiandaboat, rectified, reetitade : — UDaptitnde, m- 
fctuated, entitled, untutored, undeterred, Nantncket, inundated, ania- 
dabtedy unhandled, unendeared, nnagitated:— Getetinate:— CapituiSata, 
wmiMnml, candidate, cogitated :— -Gui/ltotined. 

Exercise XLIII. 

Words written with two fuU-tength conaonant-ngns, the B or Z" 
CIRCLE, and a half-length consoTianl-ngn^ 

Obfaacate, beauty-apot, bedazzled, bedizened, ba/bated, beanwort, 
backalifle :— Fe/icitate, fa/seheart, fiirsighted, foxhunt, foxhound :— >yin- 
eent, evaneacent, vaccinate : — Ambuacade, embezzled, mofested, eman- 
cipate : — Italicised, tinselled : — Dee|^8eated, deepwaisted, deposited, de- 
Taatate, divested, dimsighted, domici/iate, detested, diZacerate, digested : 
—-Life-estate, /uxuriate, fongsighted: — Harvested, redescend, resusci- 
tate, ransomed, reinstate, reinsert, ransacked, requested, recusant: — 
Unpacified, unbosomed, infested, unfastened, unphysicked, invested, un- 
Tiaited, unmoistened, unmasked, unmuzzled, untwisted, entwisted, un- 
taated, intestate, unattested, undeceived, unaismayed, undecided, inde- 
cent, nndazzled, ondesired, undesigned, insisted, unassisted, nearsighted, 
nonsuited, unanswered, unexcited:— Coalescent, coruscate, coincided, 
cancelled, counselled, quicksighted, quicksand : — Garrisoned. 

Exercise XLIV. 

Words written with a fvU-Ungth consonant-sign^ the fi or z-ciR- 
CLB, a HALF-LENOTH consonant-sign, and another fuU-length con- 
sonant'Stgn* 

Pnissant/y :— Besotted/y, absoZuteZy, absolutory, absurd/y, absenting, 
abscinding, bisecting:— Fascinating :-*MeBopotamia, masoretic, macerat- 
Ibk, misquotmg, misguiding :—Ta8selating :-*Deceptive, despotic, de* 
cided/y, disso/ute/y, desolately, desultory, desolatin^,^ dishearten, de- 
cently, dissenting, deserter, deserting, dis<|uietly, dissecting :—Tboa- 
•andth :^-Susceptive, assassinating, sohismatio: — Ulcerative, lacerative^ 
ulcerating, lacerating: — iSeasserting, recently, rescinding, reasoending, 
resolutely, resulting, resorting, horizontal, horizontally, resenting, re- 
aonnding: — Insipidity, insipidly, uncertain, inserting, incentive, inno- 
cently, unsoundly, insatiately, wainscoting : — Occipital, ecstatic, accent- 
ing, executing, cosmetic :— Gustatory, ezhibitive, exhorter, exhorting, 
exerting, executive, exactly, exacting. 

Exercise XLY. 

Words written toith a full-length consonant-sign, a HALF-LErroTH 
eonsonant-sign, and a fuU-tength consonant-sign, with the final 

8 or Z-CIRCLE. 

Pofit apea i, uprightnaw, ptH a aw t^^Baanten i— Fanltfaew ?**'7iTid'' 



188 PHOVOORAPBIO WORD-BOOK VO. O. 

aafs, Torlez, vertex :—Morta&Ee :—I>efoterioiii, adnltereM, adn/toroo^ 
■dofterize, dirtmeM, adequateneM, doggedaeis :^LividneM, GwiOem, 
■lertneM: — Aeronaatict, ftiundness, erectneai, raggedaeas, nggedIleM^• 
UnfitDeefy unhandinefla, unqaietaeas, nakedneaa :---6eodetic8, getetiDOOi^ 
iaontiness :— ShifUeas, ahirt/eaa : — Occu/tneia, accarateneaa, acquaintanoe^ 
tindnftM : — Gai/tteia, goUtiiieaa, goard/eaa. 

EzEBOISB XLYI. 

Words tmUm with a half-length consonant-sign^ iwofuUrlengA 
consona$U-signs, and the final a or z-circle. 

Patidne§B, pettishneas : — Ofltimes : — Amativeneaa, Matamoraa, mataii 
afize, matareness: — Modernize, mid«Aipa, amid«&ipa, moduAneaa:— Deidp 
UneBS : — Astntenesa, austerenesa, hysterica : — Litt/enefla:— i2otteIlIleaa^• 
Beddiftoeaa :— Antipodea, antiqueneaa :— lodigenona, iDdeoorooa :— Ao* 
tiyeneaa: — GodZineaa, good/ineaa. 

EXEECISK XLVII. 

Words torittm teith anhor r-hook consonant-sign^ a ftdlrUngA 
consonant-sign, and a half-length consonant-ngn. 

'Flanked; prepared, propi/iate, approbated, profited, perforate, pro> 
Tided, pervaded, permitted, prompted, permeated, promoted, permuted, 
preadamite, paraZ/eled, prorogued, project, preoccupied, procured:— 
Ablebodied, bluebeard, bluebird, bIemi«Aed, blockadea, obbgated, blan- 
ket; abbreviated, brevetted, brickbat, brookfet, abrogated, brigaded:— 
Floodgate, flirted, flouriabed, flinched, flageo/et, flage^te, flexApot, aflUcC- 
ed, fluctuate; freehearted, fructate, franked: — Overboard, overruled, 
over<Aadowed :— Triptet, attributed, waterlogged, truehearted, trenched, 
attracted, trinket, truncate :— Drib/et, drifted, draughted, directed, drag- 
net :— Threefold : — Unalleviated, unlimited, unaiarmed, enlarged ; nnre- 
vived, unriveted, enervated, unrevealed, enravished, unremitted, aarem- 
edied, unredeemed, unre/ieved, unrewarded, unrequited, enranked :— Ao* 
climated, clatdfled, clarionet, clinched, clenched, clinked, crannched, 
cringed, corrected :— Glorified, greybeard, grafted, gravitate, aggravated, 
graveyard, granted, grounded, graduated, aggregated. 

Exercise XLVIII. 

Words written with an l-hook or r-hook consonant-sign, a halp- 
LEifGTH consonant-sign, and afuU-Ungth consonant-sign. 

Profiting, providing, private/]^, primitive, proropt/y, peremptory, pre- 
mature, appreciating : — Block-tin, blockading, obligating ; aboreviating, 
abro^tine, brigadine : — Flirting, fluent/^, amnent/y ; fngidity, frigid/y, 
fructify, forgotten, forgetting: — Verbatim, overactinff : — Attributiva, 
tmgedian, attncthre, attnotiiig ;— Onmulip^ diraot/y, directmg :— Thrift- 






FHONOGRAPHIO woud-boox ko. n. 129 

lij I— Uoriveting, energetic : — Ecliptic, acclamatofy ; crabbad/y, enfti/y, 
ohromatic :— Grafting, aggravating, graduating. 

Exercise XLIX. 

Wprds wriUen with a fuH-Ungth consonant-sign^ an l-hook or an 
R-HOOK sign, and a half-length conaonant-sign* 

Ujpbraided: — Bifurcate, betrothed, bitterwort, beclouded, begrimed, 
begirded: — Fabricate, afterward, afterthought, feather-bed:— Evaporated, 
Tibrated, venerated : — Implored, implicate, imprecate, imbruted, em- 
broiled, embarked: — Deplored, duplicate, deprived, depraved, depre- 
date, deprecate, defloured, defrauded, diffract, developed, devolved, di- 
Talged, detract, derelict, declaimed, declared, decrepit, degraded:— 
liberated, eAiborated, Rubricate : — iZeprieved, reproved^ reproached, ru- 
bricate, refluent, reaffirmed, reframed, refre«ilea, refract, rivergod, re- 
nervSd, reclaimed, recreated, recruited, recreant, regretted, regarded : 
—Unapproved, uubiighted, inebriated, uubraided, unbreached, unabridg- 
ed, nnfluflhed, nnframed, unafiirmed, infract, intrepid, untrimmed, intri- 
cate, untracked, intrigued, indirect, unthreaded, enthralled, unshield^, 
eaahrouded, undipped, unqualified, included, unclouded, unclothed, un- 
cormpt, uncreatea, uncrowded, encroached, ingratiate : — Witchcraft :-» 
Jeoparded, generated. Juggernaut : — CabrioTet, covertet, cataract, cuck- 
olded. 

Exercise L. 

Words written with afuU-length consonant-sign, a half-length con" 
sonant-sign, and an h or r-hook consonant-sign. 

Patbetical, pathetically, hypothetical, hypothetically, appe/Zatively, pal- 
atable, portable, partner, particle, piratical, piratically, partaker, rortu- 
gal, pectoro/, pictorial ; — Ba/timore, boardable : — Fanatical, fanatically, 
phonetical, phonetically : — ^Veritable, veritably, vertical, vertically, event- 
nil, vintner, vintager, vegetable : — Emphaticsd, emphatically, methodical, 
methodically, muZtiple, Mortimer: — Adaptable, debatable, dubitable,dubi- 
tably, admittable, iaiomatical, idiomatically, de/ightful, deiightfully, dictat- 
or:— Theoretical, theoretically : — Hospitable, hospitably: — Hazardable:— 
E//iptica], e/^iptically, Zimitable: — iZeputable, reputably, refutable, hermet- 
ical, hermetically, remediable, redoubtable, redoubtably, refatively, re- 
Tvardable, warrantable, warrantably, rentable: — Unpitiful, unpoetical, 
onpoetically, inhabitable, inevitable, inevitably, unavoidable, unavoidably, 
unthoughtml unthoughtfuUy, unhurtful, unhurtfully, unartful, unartfnily, 
inequitable, inequitably : — Charitable, charitably, cnandler, chandlery :— 
Geodetical :*->Equi/atera/, acquaintable, accountable, cogitable :— Ignita- 
ble. 

6* 



180 PHOKOORAPBIO WORD-BOOK NO. H. 



Exercise LI. 

Words writUn vnih a half-length consonant'sign, a fuU-length am 
aonant'sign, and an l-hook or r-hook consonantsigTu 

Paternal^ patemaUy, heptagonal : — Beatifical, batt/edoro, batter^, heb- 
domadal, abdominal, abductor : — Veterinary : — Maternal, metrical, met- 
rically ; modifiable, mediators/, Midd/ebuiTt madrigal : — Dedicatory, ded- 
icator: — Theatrical, theatrically: — Estimable, estimably, hysterical, Ks- 
torical : — A/terable, a/terably : — Artificial, rhetorical, rhetorically, oratoH- 1. 
oal, oratorically, rightang4e ; redeemable, eradicable :-*Ant]poda], iotoi- |^ 
lively, unattainable, unatonable, untenable, intender, unteachable, on- 
touchable, intangle, entangle, untangle ; undutiful, undntifiilly, endurabb^ 
mideniable, undeniably, wdentore, endanger :— -Judicatory :— •8beet«»' 
chor: — Academical, academically, CadwaZ^ader, kidnapper :--Godfiitliei^ 
godmother. ^ 

Exercise LII. 

Words toritlen toith four fuR-len^ih consonqnt'signSf and the K- 

nooK ngn. 

Pub/ican, Pythagorean, pa&mquin, hyperborean. Pantopon, pentagon: 
— Barbarian, oarbacan, bargeman, bacchana/ian, backgammon, hobgob- 
/in, Binghamton : — Foretoken, foreordain, fire-warden, fire-engine, phe- 
nomenon : — Ve/veteen : — EmboMen, Amphictyon, mi/kman : — Tarn- 
borine, tarpau/in, turtarean : — Adamantine, dominican, death-token, 
dandeZion: — Is/iugton, Esculapian: — Wilmington, /incfapin. Loch Nevin: 
— iZeva/ua/ion, archdeacon: — Neapolitan, New London :—Chop&ifeD, 
<^inkapin: — Copenhagen, catechumen, cathoZicon, Ca/edonian, Corin- 
thian, quinti/Zion. 

Exercise LIII. 

Words written toith two full-length consonant-signs, an ju or K' 
HOOK consonant-sign, and the n-hook. 

Po/troon, polyhedron, finedrawn, Amphitryon, membrane, doctrine, re- 
enthrone, readjoum, chi/blain, chi/dren, Champlain, cauMron, quartern, 
ganglion, gangrene. 

Exercise LIV. 

Words toritlen with a full-length consonant-sign, an l-hook or r- 
HooK consonant-sign, and another full-length consonanl-sign, end' 
ing toith the n-hook. 

Powderhom :■— Buglehom, beggarman, beggarwoman : — Afternoon :— 
Libertine, /ibrarian, /iveryman, a/derman, aidermen: — jRepIevin, rifle- 
man : — Nobleman, noblewoman, unburthen, unbroken, untrodden, nitro- 
gen, tmdriven :— S^wgarcane : — Quaternion, qoadriZ/ion : — Anglican. 



raoxooftASBio troBD-BOOK iro» IL Itl 

BzsitoisB LYk 

WcrdM iorittm mth a HAur-bsif «th idansoiuaU^^igni two fidl4mgih 

C9ndtmanl-sign8t and the it-book. 

Badriddeov determiney oysteniMii, oysterwonMiii hetrdbarB) aatiquari* 
in^ cstamaraih 

EXEROIBB LYib 

Wards written with an l-hook &r r-hook ctmwtuinf-9tgn, two/vU- 
iength^donsonatU-^gnt, end the n-hook sign. 



FkonMtliean, preordain :-^Browbeateii> breakman l-^Fljbitten, farbid- 
tlen, freeboro, forsbome, frasbmaiiv forgiven, fryiogpant^^VemiiUioii, 
oreifadeiii overHpen, oveiyidden, Virginian t — Tmebom, trombone, Wa- 
lermefon, tmncheon, water-en'ginoi truckman :— Dragoman, dmnken i— 
Weatliep^eaten t-^-Shnuik^oii : — Colombian { Kremtm^ cormndgeon c— 
GrammamB^ 



fixsHClSB LYlL 

tVordi Written with two fidi4ength ctmsonant'^s^s ^ n-book sign^ 

€nd a hetlf4ength ton$(mafUrngn^ 

Potentate, patented: — Deponent, domineeied t— Hoabanded t — £ea|^ 
l^ointedy repeated, fisboandedt-^UnfiniftA6d> envenomed, anv^arrantedv 

E^RCtss LVIIL 

PTarde wrilten istith an l or r-hook C(m^n(tnf^^gti> Vtx if>^irooK«tg7H 
and TWofitUMength omsonent-mgns. 

Ptanetarys plain^mrk, plangin^ ; pmning4iook<— Blenching, blanchinj;^ 
|»ownbiU, bi!aBcbingt---FrowBtng^y€'--DreBciiing^**«JSreeit>^age> gru> 
winglj. 

E^RCISS LIX. 

Ward» ibrt^tM wkh an h or r-hook €onsenAni'4ijg% JE^ n-hook, 

and a half-Ungth coMonant-^gn. 

Planted, planned ^ printed, apprehended :— Blunted, blinded, blended, 
fcle«chod> Waacked^ branded> braBckedc--Affn«ted:->«'DreBohed« 



182 FHOVOORAPHIO WOED-BOOK VO. XI. 



EzEROISK LX. 

Words writien tnth TVfofuU-Ungth consonant-Hgni, ikes or z-cit" 
CLE, and another fuLl-Ungth consonant^sign, ending vntk the H- 

HOOK. 

Pamice^tone, peacbstone, buckskin, firestone, mUeftone, mU&toM, 
mofeskin, taZisman, digestion, thickskin, Capstone, he/msman, loadstOM^ 
foxicon, capstan, kinsman, kinswoman, Kingston. 

Exercise LXI. 

Words toritien toith a/uU-length consonant-sign^ ike 8-circlX| Tiro 
fvU'Ungth consonant-signs^ and the if-HooK. 

Postilion, pistareen, postern : — Basebom: — Mossn/man, maacnline, mb- 
given : — Tacitnm : — Cisa/pine, Ciceronian :-— We/^spoken :— Unspoken t 
—Exciseman, caseharden. 

Exercise LXII. 
Words toritten with three fuU-length consonant-signst and the hi 

or NZ-CIKCLE. 

PhiZZipines : — Vengeance, vigi/ance : — Omniscience J — ^Tompkins, to^ 
erance : — Diffidence, admittance, diligence : — jReappearance, remittance, 
ordnance, ordinance, recurrence : — Inobedience, environs, endurance, in- 
elegance, inheritance, New Or/eans, ninepins, ninepence, insunmce, inco' 
berence : — Equiva/ence. 

Exercise LXIII. 

Words tmritten unth an l-hook or R'HOok consonant-sign, and a 
fuU'lengih consonant-sign, with the ns-circle ai the end. 

Province, pretence, prudence, prurience, perchance, presoience, Fk>r* 
ence, clearance, credence, grievance. 

Exercise LXIV. 

Words written with the s-circle, and rouR fuUrlengfh eonsonanU 

signs* 

Sparing/y, sponging, speechifying, specu/um, spanking )— ^Subpoenaing, 
submerge, subjoining :---Sufiocating: — Seventieth, seventhly t— ^SymboZiOi 
similarity, simiZar/y, smi/ing/y, eomuific, seamanship : — Sedentary : — S^p- 
jack, sZopiogZy, so/ubi/ity, su/phuric, solvency, solemnity, solidified, setoo- 
tive, si&worm : — CerebeZZum, surviving, servility, sef^ile/y, ceremonial 
nrdomOf lorGharsos— SigQ-maiiaali Moatoriali ajnthedc* "tnlringyy t — 



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PHOKOORAPHIO WORD-BOOK VO. S. 13S 

Sociabi^ty t-^yoophancy, sca/piog, schoo2fe2^ow, sku&ing, icorchiiig, 
■luiKleep t— ^igni^ing : — Singapore> singuAiry singing^book* 

Exercise LXV* 

fiords wriUen with the s-circlg, two fuH-lenglh consonant-signs^ 

and a half-length consonant-sign* 

Spoliated, spirited) sported, supported, spirted, suppurated, sponged, 

speechified, speculate, spanked :-»Submitted, subject, subjugate :— Suffo- 

ited, safeguard i — Simi/itude, cemented :•— Su/phurate, su/pburet, sa^ 

Lted, stonted, si^ipcAod, selected: — Surfeited, survived, servitude, sur> 

tunded, serenaded J-'HSborted : — Scapegoat, sca/ped, sea/ded, sco/ded» 

■ftGflifified, scar/et, scourged, squinted, squmteyed, seconded r—^gnified. 

ExfiRCISB LXVI. 

ords written with the s-circle, a fuU-lengfh consonant-sign, a 
half-length consonant-signs and another full-length eonsonant" 
sign* 

Spoliating, sportive, Spartan, sporting, snppo/ting, sspporating, ^'^ 
g : — Simu^ting, sme/ting, Samaritan : — Seductive : — Sa/ivating :— Sar> 
iting, sordidly {>^aturatmg :-*Skeptic, squinting, skefeton, scandal. 

Exercise LXYII. 

Words written toith (he s-circle, two full-length consonant-signs, 
another s^circle, and another full-length consonant-sign, 

Spurious/y, sponsor, Spencer: — Sphericity, suffixing: — Savagism:-— 
Somerset :-*-Sedutou8^y, sedi/tousZy : — Cease/essfy i — Si/encing, sy^gism^ 
^Oogizing : — Surpassing, surmising, sarcasm :— Sandusky, sensuosity :— ^ 
Scarcity, scarcefy :-^agacioti8fy. 

Exercise LXVIII* 

^ords wriUen toith the s or z-circlE) tbkek full-length consonant" 

signs, and the final s or 2-circle. 

Saponaceous, supinensss, speechless:-— Sphinx:— ^avingness: — Sym- 
U>tize, symphonous, smoothness, sma2/nes8, Seminolest — SweetixAness, 
■ottifiness: — Sedateness t— S/eepZess, s/eepiness, s/oppiness, s^imness, all- 
Qtiness, so/emnize, so/idness, sa^ineness, su//enness, si^iginous, si/icu^otis, si^ 
jctifose, s&iekiness, si/kiness^ su^kiuesS) slackness : — Ceremonious, sermon- 
^, fwarthiness, seaworthiness, surgeiess, Xerxes : — Synonymous, sens* 
Mfte t— ifiagittarius :— Zacatecas, scathe^ss, scarrifoiu :— Sangomoiia. 



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f 

EXEROISE LXIX. 

Words written toith the s-ciRCLEf a fuU'length consonanUtign^ tm 
L or R-HOOK eonsonant'sign^ and another full'length consonant* 
sign. 

Spatterer, eputteriog, ■pattering, ipectalitj :— Semibreve, smatterings 
smothering, smuggler, smuggling :— Stabling, stifling, stkkler, stkklingj 
—Celebrity, sa^ubrihr, sfobbering, siZvering, s/ivering, s/aughterins^ swe^ 
tering, so/dier/y, SeZkirk, se/iBgrapb :•— Cerebrum, cerebral, circmar, cif 
cling, cerography :— Sniveller, central, centra//y, saunterer, cedteringr 
sauntering, sundering, snarfing :— -Squabbler/ squabbling, scnffiiog, scat* 
tering, scurrility. 

Exercise LXX. 

Words written with the s-circle, a fuU'length corMmant'sign, and 
a HAi«F'XiENeTH L or R'HooK coTtsonant-ngn, 

Subrert : — Soootheredi smoggled :-*-Stabled, sweetbread, rtifled, stibk' 
led; — Ce/ebrate, s/obbered, si/vered, severed, s/aughtered, sweltered 'w-* 
Circulate, circlet, soarcrout ^— ^narted :-^Squabbled, seabbaord, scaffoldy 
scattered : — Singled. 

EXERCISK LXXI, ' 

Words written tdth the s or z-circle, two fuU-lcngtk consonaad' 
signs, and anj^or r-^ook consonant'sign. 

Supporter, sparkle, spoonful, spindle, spectre, spangle :— Sabbatical ^^ 
Spherical : — ^SmouJder, semiannuiar, semiquaver ^— Satanical,- satanically $ 
—-Seasonable, seaaonably s— Sy/Zabical, syZ^bically, se/fijr^fy, solvable^ 
sZbvenly, BZavi«%/y, sAimber, s/othfal, s/otbfuUy, 9i/entiary, si/kwesiver/ 
sftiggi«i^y : — Zerubbabel, survival, sorvivor, servitor, cervical, searclo' 
ble, surgical '^ — Snappi«A/y : — Scamper^ squeamiMly, ski/fM, tAulfuHfyf 
scarecrow ^— SHgnatore :— Sanguinary. 

Exercise UXKlh 

Words written with the trifle comMnaHon cf (he R-9EX1E9, and 

TWO fuU'length consonant-signs. 



Superbfy, soporific, sopreme^, supremacy, superadding/ apraw/ingY 
springing r—Soffering/y 5— Stripping, striping,, stroppftig, strappfeg, strav^"' 
berry, striving, streamer, streaming, stroking, sfrenuoctis, strange, stretcb^' 
ing, streaking, striking, stroking, strength, strong/y, stringing r— Scraping 
scnibbing, scrofu/a, screaming, socrifoge, scraw/ing, screecmag, scratolK 
ing : — Sw8ggering/y, 



imonoanAMto woso^flooit no. n. ISA 

ExBROisB LXXTIL 

^ vfritten mtk (he thiplc combination of the ii»8KEtxst and d 
Hiiiir-LE^eTd conaonanl'sign* 

jotedt separated, superadded, spraWM t-«Soberiieaded S-'Strip< 
itrapped) striped, strapped) streamed, stretehedf streaked) stricti 
ds— SatdrBted t-«Script, soraped^ sombbedi scrtMutted; sorawledi 
bed, BOt^tchedi sdoorged* 

EjtERClSlB LXXIV« 
^ iffrUten Unih three full-lengtk eonsonant*$ign$i and the SHif 

or ZHI^-HOOK* 

uAition, noMckUf partition, pettlition, pefor^tion, pecti^tion t-^ 
ioatiofl) oDtention, fayberuation, abnej^tion, objttraticni, abiuratioD) 
ion, aljection i-^Fumigation, formation, affectation :-"Vanegation; 
ilion i->"Imbib(ition) melioration, ame^of^tion^ manumission) imagine 
mechanician,- machination i-^Temptation)^ to/ertition, tactician :«* 
ion, depatatiou) de&mation, deflnitidn) deification; defection, edifi-^ 
, divination, advocation, ddmo/ition, ddmif^tion, admonition, domi' 
, damnation) dimension) diminution, detection, detonation, definea'* 
le/egation, def^tation, det^tygation/ dejdtition, dictation) decoration/ 
tion j— Ossification) usdr^tion) aspif^tion) aspersion!/ assignation :— • 
ition, lamentation, e/imiuation, /ucomoticta) /iqnidatkrd/ efongation i 
letitbn, repudiation, repulsion, reapporlion) refatation) reve/atioD/ 
ion, revocation) ^'eVooation, rumination, ordination, re^/ection, ren^ 
a, yieanimation, rendition) ^e^nadtion, rejection) erckAation 1— Infat-' 
, infection, invitation, involution, invention, navigation, enumera' 
tomination. Intimation, undu/ation, inundation, injedtion, injunction/ 
Uion, inocnfetion 1-^Ejjacn/ation l-^apitatioU) copu/atlon, cohabita^ 
quivocationy cumulation, acdUmo/ation, occu/tation, CfaTthusiaU) cof^ 
Uf carnation/ cogitation) cao'bination, coagu/ation, cogitation* 

Exercise LXXV^ 

Is ttffitlen itfUh a fuU-length anufonant-si^i thenar a-^ciAcLCf 
\d a/tUl-length cansondnt-sign ending with the 8flif'*H00K. 

oration, bisection i — Fascination f — Visitation, vaci/tetioU }•— Attesf 
—Deception/ dissipation/ dispBtosion/ dismission, dedimation, deso&r^ 
lisso/ution, deserticm/ dissension, dissection, discussicfU ;— Suspicion,- 
nation i— E/Ucidation, u^eriertiun, /acerat^on, hallucination J-^^icecep^ 
lecitation, rieascension, reso/Ution :-^Inception, insuMiun, insertion/ 
Btion i — Gestation ^ — Expiation, exception exhibition, excitation, ox'^ 
n, exudation/ ezbafotion/ eseoutioil }-«Raemptioti) tfiertiott/ tixac^ 



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EXEROISE LXXVI« 

Words written toitk a fuU-lengtk ccmsonant-sign^ an ii*tiooK or ft* 
HOOK consonant^ngn^ and the shn or zhn-hook. 

Patrician :^)btnMioD:— Federation :— -Evaporation, YibrBtioOt venfln- 
tion !— Impression, migration, emigration :— Depression, divanuon, dir 
gressioni — Liberation, eAiboration t— iZepletion, reparation, repretsifl^ 
reversion, recreation :— -Inebriation, inflation, inversiooi natiitioD, intnip 
sion S'^Generation t — Co-operation, correction. 

Exercise LXXVll. 

Words written With an l or r-hook consonant'sign, and a fiBr 
length consonant-sign ending with the shn or zhn-hook. 

Application ; prohibition, probation, approbation, proieifeioii, prolttiic% 
provision, privation, pervasion, permission, permeation, preemption, pny 
tnotion, appreciation, apprehension, precaution, percuanon i— Abbrevii* 
tion, abrogation : — Affliction, flexion, fluxion, affluxion ; afirmation, fix* 
tion, fraction t-^l'radition, attraction: — Direction! — Aoclimation, acdip 
mation I— 'Aggravation, gradation, graduation, aggregation* 

Exercise LXXVIII. 

Words written with a half-length con8onant*signi and aJwH* 
length consonant'sign ending with the shn-hogk. 

Abduction, abdication :— Mitigation ; meditation, modoZation, modetih 
tion, medication :'^Titu/ation :— ^Detection, de4uction, dedication t—Ef 
timation t-^-tJ/timation, a/teration, a//iteration, litigation :-«-RetaiiatioDi 
i^eiteration^ rhetorician, retention; redemption, reduction, eradication:-* ' 
Intention, inattention, intonation; indication, induction. 

Exercise LXXIX. 

Words written with two full-length conSvnant-signs^ the 8HW of 
ZHN-HOO&, and another ftUt-length consonanl-signk 

Petitioner 
fonctionai, f 
artesian-well. 

Exercise LXXX. 



ititioner, petitionary, portioning, appol'tioning, pensioner, pensioning, 
tionai, functionaZ/y, functionary, devotiona/, dictionary, etoutioneer, 

lian-wrell. 



Words Written with a full-length consonant-sign^ the DotiBtiB-ciR* 
CLE) and TWO other full-length consonant-signs. 

Decisively, desisting, resisting, insisting, ttnassisting, excetsive/V, a0» 
cessorial, aocewofiaZfy, existory , exhaofter, existing, euaottiiigi eznaiia^ 

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PH0V06RAPHI0 WOfiD-BOOK VO. TL 18? 

EXXEOISS LXXXI. 

Wards VfriUen with three JkiU-lenglh conBonantriigm and Ae %r 

or ZD-LOOP. 

Fcmldcedi potemed, apofogized, parpofed, pantheist, pngiiiati— 'Dap- 
tltl;, baptized, bombast, botauist, betwixt, bedpost, Be^fiiMt, bafonced, 
MBooDiat, bare&ced, biJgamist:-^FiiZ2fiicedy foremost, foretaste, forecast: 
^-VioAnist: — Homoeopathist, embarrassed, Methodist, manifest, main* 
uaat, machii\ist, mechanist :-^Topmost, topmast, tyrannized :— Depa* 
tized, admixed, doorpost, dentist, denounced : — Theotogist, ethena^ 
iaed : — Aspersed : — AformisC, nUegofiatf finguist, /6n^;est:— i2epa/sed, 
TDUgfacast, harmonized, readjust, ortboepist, relaxed, remvest^ renounced, 
««aiinexed, organist, organized :-^Enforced, unforced, nore^st, nnvexed* 
Uiamanized, unmixed, anatomist, anatomized, hindmost, enthusiast, un- 
kimaased, nnana/yzed, unannexed: — Chartist: — G^fogist, jurymast, jaun- 
dioed :— Shamefaced :—Caba/istf catechist, catechizaa, coUapsed, ooto* 
iriat, cofonized, economist, economized, canonized. 

Exercise LXXXXl. 

Words wrUUn with anhor e-hook cansonant'sign^ a fuW-length 
eonsonant'sign^ and the 8t or zd-loop. 

Proposed, prefaced, jprofessed, provost, promised, premised, upper- 
most, produced :— Flutist, florist, nounced : — Uttermost, outefmost, tra- 
dooed, tre^fised : — Druggist i — UareYised, innermost, unreduced, anar- 
dnst {—Eclipsed, cleansed* 

Exercise LXXXIII. 

Wbrdi wriUen tnth a fidl-length consonant-ngtif Ihe s-circle, an- 
other fuU-length consonant-tign^ and the st or zd-loop. 

Foasi&t, fossi/ized, despised, disposed, dismissed, dismast, distaste, 
dishonest, discussed, disguised, disgust, licensed, nnsedooed, incensed/ 
unaezed, chastised, ezeuMd. 

EXERCISJE LXXXIV. 

Wards vniiten mth a fuU-Ungth consonant-sign, an h or r-hooi^ 

consonant-sign, and the 8T-loop. 

Falrafist, ephemerist :— Vocalist, vocalized :— Impressed, embraced, 
moro/ist, moro/ized t—- Depressed, headfirsl, divorced, decreased: — U^ 
traiat, focalized : — jReplaced, repressed, boar-frost, reversed, retraced, 
redressed, re-enlist recrossed: — Unoppressed, unapprized, uupraised« 
unblesaed, unbraced^ unbrnised, intrust, undressed, unaQthoritad, i» 
cioMd, waloied, oneloistd, mc r ewc d , incratlH^^^aiiitMriMd. 



1S8 pAoisMo^Mpmc woKD^Booit iro. m 

EzBBoui LXXXV. 

WardB toriitm i»Uh two fidl^length (HhMonant'^ignBi and the 8tl* 

LOOP. 

PAytnatMr) poetastel^ pi/aBMr> boteter^ barnster, bsimifltor, forMtsTi 
taiiiitter) momter, Mantteri teiUttfter» dabster, detester, di^steri dextWi 
tobiter, atebofter, reg]ltet> hnceator, Wincheflter^ chof^iiter) cankM) 
gamesteTi 

Words fHHiten ioitk a half-length amsonarU'sigii^ a fuU-tekglk 

cofuiMafU'sigrii and ike st-Loop. 

Epitdtttist, optimiflt, epitomiz^, fodt^dst^ ^taZist, Latimat^ untaxed) QV 
debased, unadvised^ endoned, ackdemiftt 

ElCERGtBfi LXXXVIL 

Wiyrdi iiiriUen udik a HALi^^LENoi^H coneanttrU'^stgnk dfuU4eiigfi^ 
coniotiant'SigHs (Ae 8 of s-ciUclE) dnd att»ther fuU-ltngth oom^ 
nant-'8ign. 

Optimism, epitdmiief, epitomiiinff, fata/ism, fedda/bm, Videfice^ enr^. 
dencingi mettlesome, matricide, meddlesome, thoughtlessly, ascetidBOi 
asterisk) arttess^y, heartfess/y. retrocede, notor^Us/y, intensive, inteoiiljfi 
intensely, needlessly^ endlesaiy) judicioos/y, cautdri^inj^b 

fixBRdtSE LXXXVIIIi 

IVords writteh ^th (he 6t-ttoop, and "tHKEE JhU-tength tdMotual^ 

ngtiSt 

Stupefying, stupidity^ stdpid^r^ stopcock I — 8tabi/ity t-<»>8teTedoret-^ 
Stammered, stammetinj^, stoiiiacning t*^tatat09>y, statedfy, staterdom t-^ 
Btd/idity, stea/thify i -^ Starfish, stiirvitag, storming, steri/ity, starffln» 
BterZing, staffing, starcl^ing t«»Stonework, staonching, stingi/y i-^tage» 
bdach I — Stinking) stinging* 

Wbrdls written li^ih the sf -tooi^, d fidt'-length eonmtant'iiignf and 

n BAL^-LEiiaTH id&nsondfit-^gn. 

dtnpefied, sdpd2ate t-^timn^te-, stammered, stomached i—^ta^feed, 
stait-fed, sti/ted^ steelyard: — Starved^ started, star/ight, ttardnd t— 
Btinted) Mooted^ ttaimclied t^s^toduded i-^tafMtei 



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Exercise XC. 

Wards toriiten wilh two fuU-lengthconsonant-ngnif and a halt- 
length L-HOOK conaofumlsigiu , 

. Fimpled, pamphlet, polyglot, panoplied : -— Bangled : — Fnmbled, 

Slea: — Embattled, mumbled, . mar«Aa/^<2, mantled, mahacled, mii^ 
i mangled : — Tumbled, tw^inkled, tinkled, tangled : — Difficult, dim- 
itfiOd, dia^plate, dwindled, dandled, dandled : — Assembled :— Life-blood x 
F^^epeopled, rumpled, remodelled, «;nnkled, rankled, wrangled :— Un* 
i ImcUed, enfeebled, uaiarledf inveigled, unemployed, unbumbled, new- 
[mdeUed, un«&ackled, uncoupled :— Jumbled, jmgled, jangled: — ^Ash- 
Ytthred, shingled : — Camblet. 

\ ■ ' / 

'. * £!ZERCISB XCI. 

; Words toriUen toith two ftdl-length consonant'signa^ and a halt- 
length R-BooK consonant-sign. 

Pampered, Fomfret, penetrate, packthread, punctured :—Bombard» 

i lebbored, bewiMered, be/eaguered, bartered, Bernard :— Fi/bert, fi^ 

'We, fa/tered, fi/tered, foundered, fingered :-^yituperate, ventured:— 

[ Embittered, Mi/ford, ma/treat, mou/dered, manoeuvred, meandered, men* 

[ Murate : — Temperate, tempered, attempered, white-Zivered, tinctured :— 

! Admeasured, democrat, de/iberate, delivered, degenerate, doctored:-^ 

; Thoroughbred : — ^Lapboard, wetffavored ; i^vored, Lombard, /umbered, 

I {Soaturad, /acubrate, Tectured, lingered, Lingard ; — JZuptured, raptured, 

, Itiitnite, revigorate, rampart, remunerate, re-entered, rendered, regene- 

nta, recovered, regathered :•— Unbetrayed, nnbattered, unfavored, unfet- 

tBred, nnfeathered, inveterate, invigorate, numbered, nnmannered, un- 

Iftered, unhindered, uninjured, uncovered, nucoloredf unanchored :•— 

Jobtuied : — iSAipboard, «&e/tered : — Captured, cumbered, Cuthbert, 

quartered, kindred, conquered, cancered. 

Exercise XCII. 

Words written mth a fulUlenglh consonant-sigh, a Jtalf-length 
irHooK or R-HOOK consonant-sign, and another JuU-length con- 
sonant-sign. 

Patriotic, paraZy/ic : — Aftertime, figurative : — Vibrative, yenerating :— 
Impliedly, major-domo, migratory, migrating, emigrating :—Defrauder, 
diverter, degrading: — E/aborateZy, Zucrative: — Recreative, recreating, 
recraiting, recording, regretting, regarding :-—UnfertiZe, hundredth, rni- 
tfareadinje; :•— (xenerative, generating :— Co-operative, covertly, quadratic, 
correZo^ive. • 



140 PHOVOaRAPHIO WOKD-BOOK BO. n. 



EXSBCISE. XCIII. 

Wards toritten with a balf-lenoth l or r-hook consonantrsig^^ 
and TYfo fuUrlength consonant-signs. 

Prototype, predatory : — Bnitafity, bird/ime, breodroom :— Flattenfaig; 
fleetingly, ferdiity, fertiteZy, fraiterer,. frightening: — Everduring: — H0I- 
erodoxy, treadmill : — Threatening, tiireadbare : — Worldling : — Eiilifkt> 
ening :— Carti/age, cnrtaifing, cartridge, courtship, crediting, accrediaDi§^ 
crodiing : — GUaddmiing, gratifying, gratingly. 

Exercise XCIV. 

Words vrritten with a hai.f-lcngth l or r-hook consonant-sign, 
a full-length consonant-sign, and the fined s or z-circle. 

Blood/ess; bruta/ize, brood/ess: — Fleetness, flatness ; fmitfoss, fertiZiiSi 
—Overtax : — Murderous, murderess '.—Heterodox : — Inertness :— Sbofl* ■ 
ness, shrewdness :— Coldness, cloudiness ; credutous, accordance, Mlid* 
ness, cmdeness :— Glutinous, gladness ; gratuitous, greatness. 

Exercise XCY. 

Words written tinth a half-length l or r-uook consonant-sifftt 
and a half-length consonant-sign* 

Protect, predict, product, predicate :- Bloodwort, bloodroot, bloodred, 
bloody-red, bloodshot, bloodshed ; bright-haired : — Fleetfoot, flatfoot, fltf- 
tened; frightened: — Verdict: — Triturate, trident, trade-wind: — Thresh 
ened :— Enlightened ; inertitude : — Chartered : — Cultivate ; credited, afr 
credited, curtailed, curtained : •>— Glutinate, agglutinate ; gratiQed, gw 
tude. 

Exercise XCVI. 

Words written with a half-length l or r-hook consonant-sign^ 
and a f ull-length l or r-hook consonant-sign. 

^ Political, politically ; protocol, prodigal, prodirally : — Breadtree, bro- 
^kly, haberaasher.liaberdashery: — Frightful, frigntfully, fretful, fretfully, 
fruitful, fruitfully, fruit-tree, fraudful : — Vertlbrae : — Dreadful, dreadfully, 
Druidical : — Enlightener, analytical, analytically : — Critical, critically; 
credible, credibly, creditor : — Gladiator ; grateful, gratefully. 

Exercise XCVII. 

Words written with anhor r-hook consonant-sign, followed hy on- 
other L or r-hook consonant-sign, made half-length. 

TUferedf paltered, placard ; appTopm\«,^TQ^et«dk,^x(QT%$A,igYeCQrred, 



FHOKOaBA^BXO WOBD-BOOK VO. XX. 141 

perrert, preterit, portrayed, protmde, Pritchard, peijared ; preclude ; 
procreate t-^Blubbered ; broioered, brotherhood, blackgaard, braggart : 
•^Flarored, flattered, flannelled; furthered, farthered: — Verberate; 
«vmrfloat, overflowed, overfreight, overcloyed, overclood, everglade:—- 
llarmared, mnrdered :— Tripled, troubled, trifled ; Waterford, travelled, 
tmnmelled, tortured, treasured :— Dribbled, drabbled, draggled : — Ethel- 
%flrt ; throttled, itucethold .'—Unlabored, unlevelled, unlettered ; unri- 
Irriled, unravelled, unriddled : — Shrivelled : — Clifford, cluttered, clat- 
tared ; crippled, Crawford, cradled, curdled, cornered : — Agglomerate, 
jittered ; grappled, (Gertrude. 

Exercise XCVIII. 

Wbrds written with a full-length consonant-sign^ the i-circlx, a$id 
a hcdf'letpgth l or e-hook consonant-sign* 

1 Featured, pastured, pestered : ~- Bowsprit, bestride, bestrode, be- 
i t r ewe d, bastard, bestirred : — Fostered : — Misapplied, mustard, mastered, 
iniacreate, massacred: — Displayed, widespread, disabled, deciphered, 
dinevered, distraught, dastard, desiderate, dishonored, discreet, dese- 
crate, descried : — I^ustrate : — Unsplit, unsupplied, unsevered, un- 
screwed :— Gestured :— Exploit, explode, Oxford, custard| excludci exe- 
csrate. 

Exercise XCIX. 

Words written wiffi two fvll-lengOi consonant-signs^ and a HiiLF- 

LENGTH vi-nooK consonant-sign* 

Pavement, pardoned, paramount, pigment: — Bai^ond, be/Zyband, 
babiiiment, Be/mont, bareboned, burdened, behindhand, bigboned: — 
Fomigant, fiZiment, fnZZmanned, fuZgent, effuZgent, forefend, fervent, fer- 
ment, £ury-2and, forewarned, Fin/and, feculent, Falk/and : — Verdant, vigi- 
lant, vagabond : — Mi//pond, emuZument, mi/itant, merriment, Mordaunt, 
Maryfond, merchant, maintained, omniscient, mankind, womankind, hu- 
mankind: — Tamarind, to/erant, itinerant, tangent, attachment, tegu- 
ment : — Diffident, deferent, dividend, de&tyment, di/igent, dormant, 
darkened, document : — Aspirant, assai/ment, escuZent : — Elopement, Lap- 
Amd, TibeZZant, /ambent, a/Zurement, Zodgment, Zigament, Zengthened :— 
JSepayment, repetend, repeZZent, reobtained, rubicund, refoment, reZe- 
tant, reiZZumined, reordained, archfiend, regiment, argument : — Unappa- 
rent. unbemoaned, inhabitant, unobtained, unbuttoned, unbumt, new- 
iasbioned, environed, unmoumed, unimagined, endowment, indoZent, un- 
adorned. New Zealand, inelegant, enjoyment, incoherent, uncurrent:— 
Achievement :— JubiZant, judgment : — Shipment, chaperoned : — Equip- 
ment, equivaZent, acquirement, accouchement :— Garment, gourmand. 



143 PHOirOOBAPBIO WOBD-BOOK JTO. n. 



EXERCISB 0. 

Words fjoritten wiih a fuU-length consonant-ngn^ a HALF-LEron 
N-HOOK conaonant'tign^ and another fuU^Ungth consonant-sign* 



Patenting, potently, pedantry, pedantic, opafent^, parenta/, 
tally, pa^tentZy, piquant/y: — Obtending, obediently, abfaorrent/y :— F» 



menter, fomenting, Pbiiander : — ^VehementZy, vio/entZy, va/iant/y, yobrn- 
teer, Yoluntary, vafontine :— Momentum, moment/y, momentary :— A^ 
Amtean, At/antic, ont/andi«A :— Depending, demanding, decanter:— ke* 



fondic : — Hosbanding :— -Efophantine, elementary, a/imentary, lamentmf, 
eloquently :— iSeappointing, repenting, rebounding, refinding, refunding^ 
reminding, remandmg, redounding, refenting, remanding, recantiDg, n* 
counting, arrogant/y :— Unbinding, unbending, infimtine, unoffending, iB* 
ventive, inventotTf inventing, unauthentic, inherently, enchantbg, cfr 
counter: — Jocunmty, jocund/y, gigantic : — Ca/endar, coherent^, cor 
rentZy, quarantine, coriander, cogently :— -Augmenting, gaAantty, gaflul' 
ry, gaflanting. 

Exercise CI. 

Words toritten wWi a half-length n-hook consonant-sign^ ad 

TWO full-length consonant-signs. 

Pantomime, pentateuch, pointedly, pointingly, panderer, pindaric, pon- 
dering, pendency : — Bountifal, bountifu^, banterer, bantering, bandif- 
ing, abandonin| : — Phantasm, phantasma, fountain-head : — ^Vanntingly :-" 
Montevideo, Montezuma, mountaineer :— Attentively, tender/y, tendefi 
cy : — Identifying: — Authentical, authenticaJ2y : — Landry :— -Quantitif0» 
keatfedge, cantoning, counting-house, kindlier, kindling :— Gondofier. 

I 

Exercise CII. 

Words toritten with an j*ot r-hook consonant'sign, and a hatf" 
length consonant-sign ending toith the iv-uook. 

Applicant ; profaned, profound, prevent, pretend, appertained, pruden'^ 
pur/omed, prurient : — Bloodhound, blackened ; brightened, bri^iant, bri^ 
and :— Flippant ; Fremont, frequent :— Vermont, virutent: — TrepanneS^ 
trapanned, torment, Tremont: — Dragooned: — Enlivened, unleavene^^ 
imieamed ; unrefined, unreckoned : — Claimant, Clement :— Agreement, 

. Exercise CIII. 

Words toritten toith a ftdl-length consonant-sign, the s or. z-cir-^ 
CLK, and a half-lengm consonant-sign ending toith (he n-hook. 

BasemeDt, abatement, abstained, abscond:— Effacement: — Visitant :-«^ 
MiBcoant, amazement, amoiemeut, in«xzo\aiiX\---I>\aA.^^VxiV ^^^ts'^oiod -^ 



PBOirOG&APHIO WORD-BOOK ITO. IL 148 

dkband) dinnoant, distant, destined, distend, disdained, discerned, dis* 
jointy diqoined, descant, discoant:— Withstand:— Suspend, assessment, 
"^ ' *" it, sastaiuedi — He^/espont, we/Zspentt— iSecipient, respond, Rosa* 
resident, Bosa/ind, resonant :—Incijrient, nnspent, instant, nn- 
I, incident, unsaddened, insolent, unskinned^ onscanned :— Expend, 
' expound, casement, extent, extant, extend, Occident, accident, 
questioned :— Examined. 

Exercise CIV. 

Wbrda written with a halJ-Ungih comonant'sign^ followed by an* 
other half-length consanant-ngn, ending wuh the n-hook. 

Petulant, upturned, I^edmont, pediment :— Abatement, abetment, bat* 
aMnt, abutment, abdicant : — Miti^ant :— Waistband :— A/Zbtment, iieu- 
tmant, litigants— Returned :-— Rudiment, redofent, hardearned : — Oint- 
aiBiit; knight-errant, unturned { undefined, indigent: — Jutland t — Cat»- 
nount, quadrant. 

Exercise CY. 

Words written with a full-length consonant'tign, and a HALr- 
ifEif GTH L or R-HooK consonoM'sign^ with the n-hook at the end> 

Beforehand, befriend :— •Vagrant : — Implant ; imprint, embrowned, 
emigrant :—TeapIant ; hotbrained 2— 'Different, dethroned; declined:— 
liltrained, weZ/trained :— iSeplant ; reprint, hairbrained, refrained, rever- 
ent, reverend; reclined; regrant:— Unpliant; imtrained, enthroned, en- 
shrined $ inclined, uncrowned :— CAagrined i— Caverned : — Governed, 
Inland, ignorant :— England. 

Exercise CVI. 

Words written with a half-length l or r-hook consonant-signf 
with the If -HOOK at the end% and afull'length consonant-sign. 

Plaintiff, plaintive, plenteous, planter, plantain, planting, plunder, 
printer, printing :•— Blunt/y, blunting, blind/y, blunder, blandish, blind* 
mg, blending; Brandon, Brandy wine, brandish, branding t—Flaontinff, 
lloinider ; frontal, frontier, effrontery, frantic, fronting, affronting, friend- 
ij : — Trenton : — * Clinton : — Qrnnting, granting, grandam, grand/y, 
grinder. 



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/ 



ExKBCisJj CVIL 

The remaining ioorda of the language containing five consoiuam 
eounds, are thrown into thefoUomng Exercise. The words pij 
divided into claeaee-^Hhe nrst word of each does commoicatf J 
with a capital letter, and me last being followed by a colon OM^fj 
dash, ' The student should, before writing this Exercise, turn I 
to page 101, and read over once more the explanation of the 
tern of notation by which the method qftoriting a word in PI 
raphy is indicated by types. 



Persuasive 

persist 

precisely 

Plumply 

trumpet 

tramping 

Bbrimping 

clampmg 

crimping 

cramping 

Bethumping 

encamping 

Lampoomng 

rampancy 

chimpansi 

Grampus 

dompisbly 

campaigner 

Example 

Unprecise 

anglicise 

Coexist 

gallicism 

Half-seas-orer 

whencesoever 

Necessitous 

incestuous 

Vicissitude 

resisted 

necessitate 

existed 

exhausted 

Dispossess 

exorcise 

exercise 

exegesis 

Necessarily 

■OQtiiiblt 



I*r»4r,v 

prjj*,t 

przSfl .•— 

pl,mp,/ 

tr,mp,t 

tr,mp,ng 

8hr,mp,ng 

kl,mp,ng 

kr,mp,ng 

knmp,ng :*- 

b,th,mp,ng 

n,k,mp,ng :— 

i^,mp,n,ng 

r,mp,n,s 

cb,mp,i],z i-^ 

gr,mp« ;— . 

vi,vap,shi 

k,mp,nr : — 

g«,mp,/;— 

n.prM 

ng,gl«z;— 

k,g^*,t 

e,/«r,m:— 

t,Bz,vr 

n,8s,vr :— 

IU8,U 

n««,cb« ; — 

VM.td 

r£8,td 
n««,tt 
g««.td 
eza,td :— 
a8,pz» 
kifTsis 
)u,rtz 
k« JM ;— 

DMyW 

k««,bl 



excisable 


k«2r,bl :— 


Bondman 


bnd,ma 


bondwoman 


bnd,nm:^ 


Freedman 


frd,mn :— 


Lampooned 


/,mpnd 


rampant 


r,mpnt :— 


Monarchial 


mnir,k,l 


monarchic 


mn,r,k,k;-« 


Penitent 


pn,tnt 


pendant 


pn,dat 


pungent 


pnjnt 


pensioned 


pn,shnd 
bn.dnt 


abundant 


abandoned 


bn,dnd 


monument 


mn,mnt 


liniment 


ln,mnt 


lineament 


ln,mnt 


ornament 


rn,mat 


arraignment 

flyblown 

fullblown 


m,mnt :— 


fl,bln 


fl.bin 


overblown 


t7r,bln 


evergreen 


w,gm 


overgrown 
Emphasized 


m,f«z,d 


emphasizing 


in,&2r,ng 


repossessed 


r,pz$,t 


repossessing 
unpossessed 


r,p2r#,ng 


n,pz«,t 


undecisive 


n3M,v 


capsized 


kfpszjd 


capsizing 
Bronzed 


k,p*3r,ng!— 
hmzd 


tranced 


tnut 


trounced 


tmst 


glanced 
Herdsman 


g]ntt ;— 


rdir,mn :— 




J«<)imi— 



PBOirOG&APHIO WOSD-BOOX ITO. IL 148 

dkbandi dismoant, distant, destined, distend, disdained, discerned, dis* 
}ouit, di^oined, descant, discount s—With8taind:--8iispend, assessment, 
•nstant, sastaiuedi— He^/espont, we/Zspentt— iSecipient, respond, Rosa* 
wad, resident, Bosa/ind, resonant :—Incijnent, unspent, instant, on* 
Urined, incident, unsaddened, insolent, unskinned, onscanned :— Expend, 
taqnid, expound, casement, extent, extant, extend, Occident, aouden^ 
ftB&BeaUt, qaestiooed :— >£xaimned. 

• 

/• Exercise CIV. 

mfdt written tnth a halJ-Ungth eoneonant'sigth foUotDcd hy on- 
oOur half-length consonant-sign^ ending with the n-hook. 

^Htoluit, nptarned, I^edmont, pediment :— Abatement, abetment, but* 
Mot, abutment, abdicant : — Mitigant :— Waistband :-»A/Zbtment, /ieo* 
tent, litigant 1— Returned :— Rudiment, redo/ent, hardearned: — Oint- 
Int; knight-errant, unturned { undefined, indigent: — Jutland t — Cat»- 
iMNuit, quMrant 

EXBROISB CY. 

Wards written vnth a fuU-length consonant'sign^ and a halv- 
LKifGTH li or R-HooK consononi'signi with the n-hook at the end» 

Beforehand, befriend :-— Vagrant : — Implant ; imprint, embrowned, 
•Bigiant! — Teaplant; hotbrained 2— 'Different, dethroned; declined:— 
Ifltnuned, we£(trained : — iSeplant ; reprint, hairbrained, refrained, rever* 
^rsverend; reclined; regrant:—«Unpliant; untrained, enthroned, en* 
wned $ inclined, uncrowned :— Chagrined t— Cavemed : — Gbvemed, 
guicNul, ignorant :— England. 

ExERCtSB CVI. 

Words written with a half-length l or r-hook consonafU-sigHf 
with the If -HOOK at the end^ and afuU^Ungth consonant^sign. 




Bg, blending; ISrandon, brandy wine, brandish, branding; :—-Flanntinff, 
Boonder ; frontal, frontier, effrontery, frantic, fronting, afironting, friend- 
fj : — Trenton : — * Clinton : — Qrunting, granting, grandam, grand/y, 
iroider. 



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Pomposity 
pompoasfy 
BMumpsit 
Pratorian 
partaken 
Droadhom 
overturn 
criterion 
Pulmonary 
pulmonic 
profaning 
enlivening 
sharpening 
Prepossess 
ph>boscis 
prefaces 
professes 
premises 
paralysis 
princess 
Frances 
t^rancis 
criticise 
Firedamp 
Imputative 
• amputated 
amputating 
impotency 
impeditive 
amplifier 
amplifying 
impolitic 
improving 
impinging 
Imputable 
Jmpatible 
improver 
Importer 
impartial 
impartially 
empirical 
empirically 
impeachable 
impacable 
impeccable 
Impoverish 
empannelling 
Ampleness 
imp^rviouB 
imparadiio 



p,mp#,t 

p,mp«,/ 

s«mp«,t:-^ 

prt,ni 

prt,kn 

brd^m 

vrt,m 

crt,m ;— 

pl,mn,r 

pl,mn,k 

pr,fa,ng 

nl,vn,ng 

Bhr,pn^ :— > 

pr>pM 

pribfs 

pr,f»« 

pr,fjrz 

pr,m«ji 

pTfUt 

pr,nM 

fr,nM 

kr,t«r ; — 

f,r,d,mp:— 

mp,t,t,v 

mp,t,t,d 

mp,t,t,ng 

mp)t,n,s 

mp,d,t,v 

mp,/,fjr 

mp,/,t,k 
mp,y,v^ng 

mp,t,bl 

mp,t,bl 

mp,r,vr 

mp,r,tr 

mp,r,»W 

mp,r,«^ 

mp,r,kl 

mp,r,kl 

mp,ch,bl 

mp,k,bl 

mp,k,bl:— • 

mp,vr,8h 

mp,nl,ng:— 

mp,/,n« 

nip,r,v# 

nip»ryd# 



I 



impurenesa 

Impetaosity 

impetuously 

impulsive 

imperiously 

Impossible 

imposable 

impassable 

impassible 

impassibly 

impassivity 

impassively 

imposthume 

imposingly 

Amplified 

amplitude 

improved 

imported 

imparted 

impacted 

Impolitely 

imperative 

importune 

importing 

imparting 

Imputation 

amputation 

impulsion 

Impotence 

impudence 

Impotent 

impudent 

impellent 

impatient 

impassioned 

Impatience 

Impostor 

Imposture 

Imposition 

Impasted 

Impendiuff 

Empannelled 

Delightsome 

Decorous/y 

vigorous/y 

Artificer 

endorser 

Gladsome 

broadside 

coortmied 



mp,r,Bti— 

mp,t«,t 

mp^tf,^ 

mp,&,v 

mp,r#^*— 

mp8,b} 

iapx,hlL 

mp«,b,l 

mp<,b,l 

mp«,b,/ 

mp«,v,t 

nipf,v^ 

mp«,t,in 

mpiTtng^.*-* 

mp,/,fd 

mp,/,td 

mp,r,vd 

mp,r,td 

mp,r,td 

inp,k,td:— 

mp,lifl 

mp,ri,Y 

np,ff,o 

mp,rf,ng 

mp,tt,ng:— 

mp^tshn 

mp.tshn 

mpfUkn .*— 

mp,tn« 

mp^diw ;— 

mp,tnt 

mp,dnt 

mp,/n^ 

mp,«^n^ 

mpfShnd!'^ 

mpshn« :-* 

mpstr : — 

mps,chr :— . 

mp^rshn :— 

mp«,td :— 

mpnd.ng:— ' 

mp,nld :— 

d,2^,m :— 

d,kr«^ 

v,gr»,/:— 
rtfitr 
nd,r«,r ;— 

fld#,m 
rd«^ 

krt$4 



VBOKOOSAPHIO VOBD-BOOK VO. IL 



147 



lying 


krt»,ng 


Ban 


krtz,n :— 




«plnt 


int 


«plnt 


nt 


«plQt 

«blnt 


t 


3d 


«pmd 


d 


ftrnd 




«tmd 


6d 


tkrnd:— 


Bd 


tp^rnd 


ted 


«bymd 


led 


jjj^rnd: — 


ineas 


«p]yii« 


ite 


«pr,vz 


'less 


»pr,& 


008 


«pr,ch« 


letB 


thryUs 


unis 


<mr,m« 


1688 


88kl,n» 


p« 


«kl,p« 


len 


«kl,n< 


te8 


tkt,tz 


108 


«kr,chj? ;— 


line 


«tr,nQ : — 


ing 


#pl,Bh,ng 


id 


«pr,cb,l 


ally 


«pr,ch,/ 


i^r 


«bl,n],t 


ely 


«bl,m,/ 


ing 


#bl,m,ng 


tic 


«fl,t,k 


ignty 


»t;r,n,t 


sedia 


«kl,p,d 


nia 


»kl,v,n 


y 


»kr,v,/ 


■h 


«kr,m,sb :• 


9r 


»pl,tr 


ire 


«pl,cbr 


hre 


«pl,kr 


lary 


«bl,nr 


r 


#tr,lr: — 


ed 


«pl,8ht 


sate 


«plkt 
<Dl,nit 


late 


led 


«bl,md 


ed 


»kl,dd:— 


}fi 


»pl»,ng 


tng 


MVlZfUg 


big 


fftr;r^g 



8acri8ty 

Sopphance 

Bonerance 

8eyerance 

Spraining 

Spaming 

suborning 

sojoumiDg 

Submarine 

semicolon 

silkman 

schoolman 

singing-man 

singin^-wontta 

Spendmg 

seventeen 

cementing 

slantwise 

sUently 

slandy 

cylinder 

slender 

slander 

slanting^ 

surrender 

surrounding 

skin-deep 

scantily 

squinting 

secondly 

squander 

secondary 

Sisterhood 

sisterly 

slightingly 

certifier 

certifjring 

certainty 

swordfish 

St. Louis 

swindling 

scottlins 

Scientinc 

Suffocation 

seduction 

salivation 

salvation 

salination 

selection 



«krs,t:— 

spbw 

sinu 

tvms :-^ 

»pm,ng:— 

»p,n»^g 

«b,r»»,ng 

<j,nMig:— 

«b,m,r}( 

9lfk,nm 

«k,/,mn 

«ng,ng,mn 

sng,ng,nm:- 

«pnd,ng 

«vnt,n 

«mnt,ng 

tint f I 

ilnt^ 

tlndfV 

slndje 

tlndfT 

8lnt,ng 

MmdfV 

«md,ng 

«knd,p 

sknt,; 

«knt,ng 

«knd,2 

•knd,r 

#knd,r;— 

«st,r,d 

«st,r,2 

*»,ng^ 

#W,f,r 

»r«,f,ng 

sr^,n,t 

«rd,f,«& 

sntyl^s 

snd,l,ng 

#kt,l,ng:— 

s,nt,f,l^:— 

«f,kBhn 

sdykshn 

«/,v8hn 

«/,yshn 

s/fUshn 

«/,kshn 

■r>iiiihxi:~ 



148 I 


►HONOGRAPniC WORD-BOOK NO. 


n. 


Stationer 


«tshn,r 


sentient 


«n,sfant 


Btationery 


#t8hn,r 


sycophant 


«k,fut 


stationary 


»t8hn,r 


segment " 


«g,mnt 


Btatiuuing 


itshu.ng 


sanctioned 


«ng,shnd :- 


sectional 


»k8hn,Z ; — 


Spiteful 


»pt,fl 


Suffixed 


«f,k«^ 


spitefully 


#pt,fl 


psalmodist 


strijdst . 


saltatory 


8U,tr 


silenced 


8l,nst 


saltiuhly 


altM 


surpassed 


ar^psi 


septennial 


«pt,nl 


surmised 


tr,mzd 


septeunially 


«pt,nl 


socialist * 


ashjlst : — 


solitarily 


aU.rl 


Sabbatarian 


«bt,m 


certainly 


»rt,\\\ 


slattern 


' slt,m 


swindler 


«nd,lr 


squadron* 


«kd,r» ;— 


scot-free 


skt,fr 


Subsist 


abaSft 


skittishly 


•kt,»A/ ;— 


solecism 


al8Z,m 


Spotless 


«pt,/« 


successive 


aksa,\ : — 


slightness 


aUytia 


Sophistry- 


afat,r : — 


saltness 


aU,na 


Synopsis 


«n,p«« 


syntax 


«nt,ks 


synthesis 


aUfthsa :—- 


soundness 


andyXia 


Suggestion 


«j«,cliu 


sandiness 


«nd,n« ;— 


sixteen 


«k«,tn 


Soapsuds 


apSfdz 


sexton 


»k«,tn : — 


subsidize 


ahajdz 


Zoographer ' 


2rgr,fr :— 


solstice 


ahjts 


Zoographic 


2rgr,f,k:— 


solicitous 


alSjU 


Sj-mpathize 


smpfihz : — 


seriousness 


8r8,na 


Simplify 


»mp,/,f 


senseless 


snaja 


simpler 


«mp,/,r 


censorious 


ana,rs ;— 


sampler 


»mp,^,r : — 


Censorial 


8n8,rl 


Spyglass 


«p,gb 


sincerely 


ansjvl 


Sophocles 


«f,kU 


seducible 


adsM 


sassafras 


»s,fr« 


sidesaddle 


sdsjdX 


salubrious 


al,hrs 


solicitor 


sls,tr 


soldieress 


«/jr« 


sensible 


«n«,bl 


surplice 


«r,pU 


sensibly 


anSfhl :— 


surplus 


«r,pl» 


Specified 


«p»,fd 


surprise 


9r,prz 


solicited 


alsM 


snuffers 


*n,frz 


solicitude 


8ls,td 


cicatrice 


«k,tr5 


suggested 


*j«,td 


cicatrize 


8k,trz : — 


succeeded 


<k«,dd : — • 


Spavined 


«p,vnd 
«D,tnd 


superfine 


»pr,fn 


subtend 


supervene 


»pr,vn 


subjoined 


*b.jnd 


superhuman 


«pr,mn 


sediment 


«d,mnt 


suburban 


«br,bn 


solvent 


»/,vnt 


straighten 


«tr,tn :— 


serpent 


»r,pnt 


Zoroaster 


zratr 


servant 


«r,vnt 


sinister 


anair 


cerement 


»r,mnt 


suggester 


akatr 


surmount 


«r,mnt 


sequester 


sergeant 


#rjnt 


Bongster 


mgair :— 




PHOVeORAPHIO WOBIHM>OX VO. II. 180 



EXBRCISB XC. 

Words written toith 'tiro fvll^Unglh ctmaonanUngM^ and a HAur- 

I«ENOTH L-HOOK COMOnOnt-^glU , 

Pfanpled, pamphlet, polyglot, panoplied :»• BaneM : — FamUed, 

lied: — Embattled, mumbled,. mar«&a/Ze<2, mantled, maliacled, mufr> 

i mangled : — Tumbled, twinkled, tinkled, tangled :^ Difficult, dim- 

i, dia^plate, dwindled, dandled, dandled : — Assembled :— Life-blood : 

^jftepeopled, rumpled, remodelled, «emnkled, rankled, tcrrangled :— Un* 

kidded, enfeebled, unfuW^i, inveigled, unemployed, unhumbled, new* 

■odelled, un«AackIed, uncoupled: — Jumbled, jmgled, jangled :^Ash« 

mkrtd, shingled : — Camblet. 

/ 
ElxEROISS XCI. 

Wwds toriUen tmth two ftdl-lengih coruonani-ngna^ and a halv- 

LENGTH R-HooK consonant'sign. 

Pampered, Fomfret, penetrate, packthread, punctured: — Bombard, 

' khbored, bewiMered, beleaguered, bartered, Bernard :— Fin>ert, fi^ 

hie, fa/tered, filtered, foundered, fingered :— Vituperate, ventured:— 

_. bibittered, Mi/ford, maltreat, mou/dered, manoeuvred, meandered, men- 

' MBte : — Temperate, tempered, attempered, wbite-Zivered, tinctured :— 

idmeasured, aeroocrat, de/iberate, delivered, degenerate, doctored:-^ 

Aoroughbred : — ^Lapboard, we^^favored : UUkvorea, Lombard, /umbered, 

I ihatured, /ncubrate, iectured, /ingered, Lingard ; — jRuptured, raptured, 

ariiitnite, revifforate, rampart, remunerate, re-entered, rendered, regene- 

Ato, recovered, regathereid :^Unbetrayed, unbattered, unfavored, imfet- 

tored, unfeathered, inveterate, invigorate, numbered, unmannered, un- 

iftered, unhindered, uninjured, uncovered, xmcoloredf unanchored:— 

lointured: — jSAipboard, «Ae/tered: — Captured, cumbered, Cuthbert, 

qoartered, kindred, conquered, cancered. 

Exercise XCII. 

Words written toith a fuH-lengih consonant-sign, a half-length 
irHooK or R-HooK consonant-sign, and another fuU-length con" 
sonant-sign. 

• 

Patriotic, para/y/ic : — Aftertime, figurative : — ^Vibrative, venerating : — 
Implied/y, majorndomo, migratory, migrating, emigrating :—Defrauder, 
diverter, degrading :—E2aborate/y, Zucrative: — Recreative, recreating, 
recruiting, recording, regretting, regarding :—Unferti/e, hundredth, un- 
direading : — Generative, generating :— Co-operative, covertly, quadratic, 
oorreUUiYe* • 



150 



PBoyOQRAPBIG WOBD-'ftOOX HO. fi. 



icintfllate 


$nt,U 


scattled 


skt,ld :— 


Splitting 


spit [ngl 


■proutiDg 


sprt [ng] 


spreading 


tprd [ngj 


■eparating 


«prt [ngf 


Btrnttin^ 


strt [ngJ 


atriding 


*trd [ng] :— 


Pulsation 


plxshn 


precision 


prszhn 


precession 


pr^shn 


procession 


prfshn 


persuasion 
Vexation 


prszhn 5— • 


▼ykfshn 


taxation 


tikfsfan 
d,pisfan 


deposition 


luxation 


/,ks8hn 


laxation 


/,ks8hn 


repossession 


r,pifshn 


realization 


r^Zzsfan 


requisition 
indecision 


r^kzshn 


nfiazha 


inquisition 


n^kzshn 


equalization 
Plaster 


k^zsfan :— 


pistr 
hUtr 


blister 


bluster 


hUtr 


fluster 


tistr 


truster 


trstr 


cloister 


khtr 


cluster 


kUr 


glister 
Gloucester 


^Ur 


gUtr .'— 


Pondered 


pnd,rd 


pandered 
oantered 


pnd,rd 
bnt,rd 


bandaged 


bndjd 
Ynd,kt 


▼indicate 


tendered 


tnd.rd 


identified 


dnt,fd 


authenticate 


thnt,kt 


thundered 


thnd.rd 


gauntlet 
Scalding 


gnt,/< :— 


sk,ld [ngl 


scolding 


sk,ld [ng] :- 


Btndioi^y 


8td8,l 


stoicism 


atsx.m :— 


Bidiculous 


rd,kls ;— 


Nationality 


nshn,/,t : — 




nthn^;— ' 



Midsnmmer 

deducible 

Lantern 

Bedstead 

anticipate 

Petit-maitrtf 

academical 

academically 

Cadwallader 

Molesting 

divesting 

detesting 

digesting 

harresting 

requesting 

recasting 

infesting 

investing 

entwisting 

untwisting 

untasting 

Omniscience 

Colossians 

Destinate 

Jestingly 

Justness 

Discolor 

Financier 

Financial 

financially 

Cologne- water 

Rendered 

Rendering 

Temperate 

rampart 

Temporal 

temporally 

Temporary 

BriUiancy 

fiippancy 

trepannmg 

trapanning 

Replenish 

repruning 

refraining 

reclining 

infringe 

unlearning 

inclining 

uncrowning 



mdtfyinf 
dds.bl:-* 

bds,td 
nts,pt :— • 
pt^mytr 
Kd.m,kl 
kd,m,kl 
kd,Z,dr :— 
mfUt [ingj 
d,vs« [ing^ 
d,ts* ring 
d^at [ing 



TfVtt 

Tfkit 

T,k8t 



'ng. 



n,f»^ [ing_ 
n,vsifTing 
%tgi [ing] 
n,t»< [ing^ 
n^tst LingJ > 
m,nshnji 
li,lshnz .•— 
d«^,nt : — 
.j«<,ng,Z:— 
jst.na : — 
d«,k,/r ;— 
fii,ns,r : — 

fn,Uf8hl :— 

k,/n,tr : — 

m,drd : — 

r»,dr,ng :— 

t,mp,r^ 

r,mp,r* ; — 

t,mp,r/ 

t,mp,W : — 

t,mp,r,r.-— 

br,/ra,8 

fl,pn,s 

tr,pn,ng 

tr,pn,njg:— 

r,pln,sE 

r,prn,ng 

r,fm,ng 

r,kln,ng 

njrnj 

n,/r»,ng 

ii,kln,ng 

a>,kni|iig 



PHOIKKIBAPBKI WOBB-WXIK KO. n. 



ning ii,gra,Bs 



»d«d 
■aired 
dy 
intlf 



Tn,o.dd 
tn,f,ld 
tn,n,id:— 



md,u [lug] 
■t.int[.DB]-.- 
prtrCing] 
W [ingl 
trir [iDgi 
tri.Ir[ing]:- 
blri [mg] 
br.i [ing] 
br»( [ingl 
t»( [ingj 



thintiDg 

enliitiug 

cnutiiig 

DigeitiTfl 

SupineaMi 

FaDndalian 

VitapetBto 
CovsDont 

BeDJuDin 

Bemiinetan 

hBBnm-bom 

Vm Bona 

twin-bom 

downbllen 

Forlorn 

PeniagDn 

Btaiiipan 

Brooklyn 



thrrf f iDg] 
nUi [mgl 
kr^tin8J>- 
d j<(,T :— 



bnj,Dm 

bii,Dg,tll 

in,b,f» 



poi,gn:— 
b^kCi— 



162 



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CHAPTER V. 

oontahono all thb words of six,, sevbst, EioHTy HiNx, im) 

TSK 00NBONANT-8OUNDB, AND UPWARDS. 



Exercise I. 
Qmtttintng toords the first consonant-sound of which is " p.** 



Fopalousness 

popularized 

popalarizing 

apoplectic 

apoplectical 

pepperbox 

peppermint 

peppermint-tree 

papermaker 

paper-stainer 

ropocatapetl 

puolication 

porapousness 

pamphleteer 

Epaminondas 

pomegranate 

pitiabTeness 

pitifulness 

pitilessness 

Pittsburgh 

Pittsfield 

petulantly 

petal-shaped 

peter-pence 

petrificate 

petrificated 

petri&otiye 



p,p,2»,n»' 

p,p,l,r3r,ng 

p,pl,k,t,k 

p,pl,kt,kl 

p,pr,b,k» 

p,pr,mnt 

p^pr^mntytr 

p,pr,m,kr 

p,pr»,t,nr 

p,j),kt,pt,i 

p,b,/,k8hn 

p,mp«,n« 

p,m,fl,t,r 

p,m,n,n,d« 

p,m,gr,rit 

pt,bl,n» 

pt,il,n» 

pt,l«,n» 

pt5r,br,g 

pt2r,f,ld 

pt,lnt,l 

pt,/,«A,pt 

pt,r,pn# 

pt,r,f,k,t 

pt,r,f,k,td 

pt,r,f,bjt,v 



putrefactive 

putrefactiveness 

petrifaction 

putrefaction 

petrificating 

patrimonial 

patrimonially 

patriotism 

putrid ness 

patnocinate 

putrescent 

patrocinated 

patrocioating 

putrescence 

patrocination 

Fetersburgh 

patriarchate 

patriarchism 

patriarchal 

heptarchist 

patronymic 

paternoster 

patronized 

patronizer 

patronizing 

patronless 

pattenmaker 



pt,r,f,k,t,v 

pt,r,f,k.t,v,nf 

pt.r.f.ksbn 

pt^r^fykshn 

pt,r,f,k,t,ng 

p,tr,myn,l 

p,tr,m,n,; 

p,trts,m 

pt,r,d,n« 

p,tr»,nt 

p,tr«,nt 

Pytr«,n,td 

p,tr»,nt,ng 

p,tr«,n« 

p,tr»,nshn 

p,trar,b,r,g 

p,tr,r,kt 

p,tr,r,kzm 

p,tr,r,kl 

p,tr,k»^ 

pt,ni,m,k 

pt,r,n8tr 

pt,r,nz^ 

pt,r,nar,r 

pt,r,nz,ng 

pt,r»,2» 

p,t,n,m,kr 



PBOKOOEAFHIO WOBD-BOOK BO. XX. 148 

d]d>aiicl, dismount, distant, destined, distend, disdained, discerned, dis* 
Joint, di^oined, descant, discount:— Withstand :-«Saspend, assessment, 
iMStant, sustained t—>He;/espont, we/Zspent t— iZecipient, respond, Bos»* 
Bond, resident, Bosa/ind, resonant i—^focipient, unspent, mstant, un- 
■huwd, incident, unsaddened, insolent, unskumed, unscanned :— Expend, 
apand, expound, casement, extent, extant, extend, Occident, accident, 
iawrffant, questioned :-— Examined. 

• 

Exercise CIV. 

•mlfd8 written tinih a hcUf-lengih consonant'sign^ foUowed hy an* 
other half-length consonant-sign, ending with the n-hook. 

^Petulant, upturned. Piedmont, pediment i— Abatement, abetmmit, bat* 
■Mt, abutment, abdicant :—Mitifiint :— Waistband :-—A/totment, iieo* 
taut, litigants— Returned : — Rudiment, redo/ent, hardearned : — Oint- 
■mt; knighuerrant, unturned; undefined, indigent: — ^Juttend :— Cat»* 
Moot, quadrant 

Exercise CY« 

Wwds written with a full-length consonant-sign, and a halv- 
itiTOTB I* or R-BooK consonont-slgn, with the m-hook at the end. 

Beforehand, befriend :— Vagrant : — Implant ; imprint, embrowned, 
MB^nt :— Teaplant ; hotbraiued :— 'Different, dethroned; declined:'^ 
Ifitnined, we/2traiued :— >i2eplant ; reprint, hairbrained, refrained, rever- 
ent, reverend; reclined; regrant:—Unpliant; untrained, enthroned, en* 
ibmed ; inclined, uncrowned :— Chagrined : — Caverned s — Gbvemed, 
ftHtmd, ignorant :-«-£ngland. 

Exercise CVI. 

Words written with a half-length l or r-hook consonard-sign^ 
with ihe N-HooK at the end, and a full-length consonant-sign* 




r 

floonder ; frontal, frontier, effrontery, frantic, fronting, affronting, friend* 
Iji . Trenton : — Clinton : — • Grunting, granting, grandam, grandly, 
grinder. 



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playiomeiieis 

plastered 

plasterer 

upholsterer 

plastering 

placidness 

polysyllable 

polysyllabic 

polys^llabioal 

plausibility 

plausibleneis 

pleasantly 

pleasantry 

pleasantness 

pleasingness 

polarization 

plenipotentiary 

plan table 

plentiful 

plentifully 

plentifulness 

plaintively 

plaintiveness 

plenteously 

plenteousness 

planetarian 

pliantness 

plantation 

plain-dealer 

plain-dealing 

plundered 

plunderer 

plundering 

plain-spoken 

plain-hearted 

plain-heartedness 

plano-convex 

plano-concave 

plano-conlcal 

apologetical 

apologetically 

plagiarism 

Pelagianism 

pleasure-boat 

pleasurable 

pleasurably 

pleasurableness 

pleasureful 

pleasure-ground 

applicability 



pU,m,ii« 

pls,trd 

p2«,tr,r 

p,&,tr,r 

pls/r [ing] 

pU,d,ns 

p,&,/,b,k 

p,&,/,b,kl 

pl2r,bl,t 

plr,nt^ 

pl2r,n,tr 

plz,nt,n« 

plr,ng,n# 

^J,rzthn 

pln,p,t,n,8hr 

pl,n,t,bl 

pl,n,t,a . 

pl,n,t,a 

pl,n,t,fl^« 

plnt,v,2 

plnt,v,n« 

plnt,8,/ 

plnt,8,n» 

pl,n,t,n» 

plnt,n< 

■pliitfShn 

plnd,lr 

plnd,l,ng 

plnd,rd 

plnd,r,r 

plnd,r,ng 

pl,n»,p,kn 

pl,n,r,td 

pl,n,r,t,d,n« 

pl,n,k,n,v,k« 

pl,u,k,n,k,v 

pl,n,k,nykl 

p^.jt,kl 

p,/jt,kl 

pljrz,m 

p,/J,nr,m 

pl,zhr,bt 

pl,zhr,bl 

pl,zhr,bl 

pl,zhr,bl|n« 

pl,zhr,fl 

pl/7.hr [gmd] 

Plk,bl,t 



applicableneM 

plexiform 

placarded 

placardinff 

pulchritude 

poly^mist 

pilgnma^ 

peripatetic 

peripatetical 

perpetrate 

perpetuated 

perpetuating 

perpetrated 

perpetrator 

perpetration 

per{)etrating 

perpetuation 

preposterous 

preposterously 

prepdsterousness 

purposeless 

prepositive 

prepossessed 

prepossessor 

prepossessing 

prepossession 

proposition 

preposition 

proposing 

proposing 

propulsive 

propulsed 

propulsory 

propulsation 

propulsing 

perplex 

perplexity 

perplexed 

perplexedly 

perplexedness 

perplexly 

perplexing 

pre parable 

appropriable 

preparative 

preparativelj 

appropriated 

purported 

appropriately 

proprietary 



pl,k,b1^ 

pl,ks,(r,m 

p],kr,dd 

I^,kid,ng 

pl,kr,td 

p,/.g,nM< 

pl,gr,iiij 

p,r,p,tt,k 

p,r,p,tt^l 

pr,p,trt 

p,r,pt,td 

p,r,pt,t,nff 

pr,p,tr,t,d 

pr,p,trt,r 

pr^pytrsbn 

pr,p,trt [ingj 

p.r,p,tBha 

pr,p9,tr< 

pr,p#,tr#,/ 

pr,p«,trs,nf 

p,r,ps,& 

pr,par,t,T 

pr,par«,t 

pr,pz«,r 

pr,p2r*,ng 

pr,pzBhn 

pr^pzshn 

pr^pzshn 

pr,pz,ng 

pr,p2r,ng 

pr,pU,v 

pr,pU 

pr,pl*,r 

pr,plMhn 

pr,pl»,ng 

pr,pl,k* 

pr,p1,k*,t 

pr,pl,k«< 

pr,pl,k»,d,Z 

pr,pi,k«,d,n« 

pr,pl,k*,i 

pr,pl,k»,ng 

pr,p,r,bl 

pr,pr,bl 

pr,prt,v 

pr,prt,vl 

pr,pr,td 

Pfr,p,r,td 

pr,prt,i 

F»prt,r 



PBOKOOEAFHIO WOBD-BOOK BO. XX. 148 

d]d>aiid, dismount, distant, destined, distend, disdained, discerned, dis* 
joint, diqoined, descant, discounts— Withstand :-^aspend, assessment, 
•Biistant, sustained t—HeiUespont, we/Zspentt— ^iZecipient, respond, Bos»* 
mood, resident, Bosa/ind, resonant s—Incipient) unspent, mstant, un- 
■iHiied, incident, unsaddened, insolent, unskmned^ unscanned :— Expend, 
mtfUid, expound, casement, extent, extant, extend, Occident, accident 
Uttoffent, questioned :-— Examined. 

• 

Exercise CIV. 

Wkrds written mth a half-length conaonant'eign^ foUotoed by an-- 
other half-length cansanant-sign^ ending with the n-hook* 

*P«tii/iBnt, upturned. Piedmont, pediment :— Abatement, abetment, bat* 
aant, abutment, abdicant :— Mitigint :— Waistband :-~A/totment, iieu* 
tMaat, litigant:— Returned : — Rudiment, redo/ent, hardeamed s — Oint- 
tient; knighuerrant, unturned; undefined, indigents — ^Juttend s— Cat»* 
noont, quadrant 

Exercise CY. 

Words written with a fuU-Ungth consonant'Hgn, and a halt- 
LErvGTB I. or R-BooK coMononU'SigThi with the m-hook at the end. 

Beforehand, befriend :— Vagrant :— Implant ; imprint, embrowned, 
emigitint s— Teaplant ; hotbraiued s— Different, dethroned; declined:—* 
lAtrained, we/2trained :— iSepIant ; reprint, hairbrained, refrained, rever- 
ent, reverend; reclined; regrants—^Unpliant; untrained, enthroned, en* 
ahrined ; inclined, uncrowned s— Chagrined s— Caverned s — Gbvemed, 
gartofM2, ignorant :-«-£ngland. 

ExERCfSB CVI. 

Wiiyrde written toith a balf-lenoth l or r-book consonant-sign^ 
with the N-BooK at the end^ and afulUlength consonant-sign. 




pnni 

mg, o' ' -- - - * ' . « w' 

floonder ; frontal, frontier, effrontery, frantic, fronting, affronting, friend* 
hf : — Trenton s — Clinton : — Grunting, granting, grandam, grandly, 
grmder. 



? 



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PHOKOORAPfilO WORD-^BOOK KO. It. 



profanemess 
profanation 
proficient 
proficience 
proficiencj 
professional 
professionally 
perfectible 
perfectibility 
purificative 
perfective 
perfected 
perfectly 
perfectness 
perfecting 
prefixed 
pre6xing 
prefecture 
purification 
perfection 
perfectionate 
perfectioned 
perfectionist 
perfectional 
prefigurate 
prefigui^ative 
prefigured 
prefiguration 
prefiguring 
provableness 
approvement 
privateering 
privateness 
provident 
providence 
providential 
providentially 
provostsbip 
perviousness 
previousness 
prevalence 
pre valency 
prevalent 
prevailently 
privileired 
privileiiing 
proverbial 
proverbially 
perverted 
pervertible 



pr,fb,Ti« 

pr^fjnshn 

pr,f,«A,nt 

pr,fiihn« 

pr,f8hn,8 

pr,fshR,Z 

pr.fshn,/ 

pr,f,k,t,bl 

pr,f.k,t,bl,t 

p,r,f,k,t,v 

pr,f,k,t,T 

pr,f,k,td 

pr,f,k,t,; 

pr,f,k,t,njr 

pr,f,k,t,ng 

pr,f,k«f 

pr,f.k«,ng 

pr,f,k,chr 

p,r,f,kshn 

pr,f,k8bn 

pr,f,k,8b,nt 

pr,f,k,8hnd 

pr,f,k,8h,n*< 

pr,f,k,8hn,2 

pr,f,grt 

pr,f.grt,y 

pr,f,grd 

pr.f.grshn 

pr,f,grng 

pr,v,bl,n^ 

pr,v,mnt 

pr,vt,r,ng 

pr,vl,n* 

pr,v,dnt 

pr,v.d7i^ 

pr,vd,n,ff^/ 

pr,vdji,«W 

pr,v8,i,«Ajp 

p,r,v«,n* 

pr,vs,n» 

pr,vl»^ 

pr.vl,n,8 

pr,v,/;i^ 

pr,v,/n^,/ 

pr.vl^jd 

pr.vljng 

pr,vr.bl 

pr,vr,bl 

pr,v,r,td 

pr,vrt,bl 



pervertibly . 
pervertibleness 
perverter 
perverting 
perversive 
perversity 
perversely 
pervdrnenesa 
perversion 
prevaricate 
prevaricated 
prevaricator 
prevarication 
prevaricating 
preventive 
preventively 
preventable 
prevented 
preventing 
preventingly 
provender 
provincial 
provinciality 
provincialism 
prevention 
preventional 
provisional 
provokable 
provocative 
provocativeness 
provocatory 
privy-counsellof 
provocation 
provokingly 
permeability 
perambulate 
perambulated 
perambulator 
perambulatory 
perambulating 
perambulauon 
preambling 
permutable 
primitively 
priraitiveness 
promptitude 
prematurity 
peremptorily 
\ ptemaUxTeXv 



pr,yrt,bl 

pr,vrtybl,itf 

pr,vrt,r 

pr,vrt,ng 

pr,v,r«,v 

pr,vr«,/ 

pr,v,r»,n# 

pi'^vrshn 

pr,v,r,kt 

pr,v,r,k,td 

pr,v,r,k,tr 

pr,Vyr,ksliii 

pr,v,r,kt,ng 

pr,vnt,v 

pr,vnt,v,/ 

pr,v,nt,bl 

pr,v,n,td 

pr,vnt,ng 

pr,vnt,ng,/ 

pr,vnd,r 

pr,vn,«A,Z 

pr,vn,»A^,t 

pr,vu^^,/;;,in 

pr,v,n8hn 

pr,v,u8hn,Z 

pr,vzhn,Z 

pr,v,k,bl 

pr,v,k,t,v 

pr,v,k,t,v,n# 

pf,v,k,t,r 

pr,v,k,n«,lr 

pr.v.kshn 

pr,v,k,ng,/ 

pr,m,bl,t 

pr,m,b,/^ 

pr,m,b,/,td 

pr,m,b,/,tr 

pr,m,b,^,r' 

pr,m,b,«,ng 

pr,m,b,^^» 

pr,m,bl,ng 

pr,mt,bl 

pr,int,vl 

pr.mt,v,n« 

pr,mt.,id 

pr.inl,r,t 

pr,mt,r,/ 



PHONOORAPmO WORD-BOOK NO. 11. 151 


atarenesB 


^r,int,f,nj 


participadon 


prt«,psha 


ptnees 


pr,ni,t,n« 


participant 


prt*,pnt 


atation 


pr,m,t8hn 


participating 


prU,pt fmgj 


collate 


pr,md,tt 


party-spirit 


p,r,U,p,r< 


editated 


pr,ind,t,td 


protested 


pr^ttfytd 


dditating 


pr,md,tt,ng 


protestant 


prt«,tnt 


editatioa 


pr,md,tshu 


protestantism 


prt8,tnt,z,m 


issible 


pr.nuybl 


protestor 


pr,t8tr 


ise-breaker 


pr,m4,br,kr 


protestation 


pr,t«tehn 


issively 


pr,nw,v,/ 


protesting 


pr.t#^,ng 


issorily 


pr,m«,r,/ 


Portsmouth 


p,rt7,ni,th 


iscuuus 


pr,m«,k« 


Portland 


PfTtflnd 


iscuously 


pr,ni«,k«,/ 


pre ter perfect 


prt,r,pr,f,k,t 


iscuoasness 


pr,m«,k«,ui 


preterpluperfect 


prt,r,pl,pr,f,k,t 
prt,r,bt 


alged 


pr,m,/jd 


pertarbate 


alging 


pr,m,/j,ng 


perturbed 


pr,tr,bd 


iilgate 


pr,ml,gt 


perturbation 


pr,tr,bsbn 


iilgated 


pr,ml,g,td 


perturbing 


pr,tr,b,ng 


algator 


pr,ml,g,tr 


preterim perfect 


pr,tr,m,pr,f,k,t 
pr,tr,msnu 


.algating 


pr,ml,gt,ng 


pretermission 


luleatioa 
ordial 


pr,ml,gshu 


protruded 


prt,r,dd 


pr,m,r,d,l 


protruding 


pr,trd fing] 


>Ainent 


pr,m,n,iit 


parturient 


p,rt,m« 


liotfot 


pr,m,n,nt 


preternatural 


prt,r,n,chr,l 


lanent 


pr,m,n,iit 


preternatural ly 


prt,r,n.chr,/ 


onitory 


pr,m,n,t,r* 


preternaturaliiess 


prt,r,n.cbr,/,n« 


ontory 


pr,m,n,tp 


parturition 


y,rXrshm 


miiiently 


pr,in,ii,nt,/ 


protrusion 


pr.trzbn 


ioently 
alien tfy 


pr,in,ii,iil,Z 


protract 


pr,tr,kt 


pr.in, 11,11 1,/ 


protracUve 


pr,tr,kt,v 


anency 


pr,m,n,u,8 


protracted 


pr,tr,k,td 


minence 


pr,ni,n,u« 


protracter 


pr,tr,k,tr 


anence 


pr,m,n,n« 


protraction 


pr,tr,kshn 


.onition 


pr,in,ii8hn 


protracting 


pr,tr,kt,ng 


jgenitor 


pr,in,j,n,tr 


protracture 


pr,tr,k,chr 


3geniture 


pr,mj,iit,r 


appertainment 


p,r«,n,m,n,t 


[>genituresbip 


pr.m.j,ut,r,sh,p 


pertinent 


p,r^,nnt 


ogenial 


pr,inj.ul 


portentous 


p,r/,n,t« 


bility 


p,r^,b,/,t 


portended 


p,r^,n,dd 


bleiiess 


p,r^,bl,u* 


pretended 


pr,tn;dd 


tberance 


prt,bnw 


pretender 


pr,t,n,dr 


•martyr 


prt,in,r/,r 


portending 


p,r<,nd,ng 


nnntedu 


p,rt,m,u,t 


pretending 


pr,tnd,ng 


ment 


p,rt.miit 


pretendingly 


pr,lnd,ng,i. 


lively 


p,r^,t,v,Z 


pertinacity 


p,r<,iw.t 


cif)lH 


p.r.T«.f»l 


pnritaiiir>in 


H.rt,uz,m 


in[n:il 


p.r,t«,p.l 


partiiersliip 


prt,ur,sh,p 


liipially 


p.r,t«,p,l 


pertinency 


p,r«,ii,n,8 


sipate 


prU,pt 


opporluueuew 


^M>t^^&» 


jijmted 


prts,p,id 


pertmentXy 


^<it,tiiDX). 



158 

pertiiuciaiia 

pertiaacionHMs 

paritaDical 

puritanically 

parti lioned 

parlitioning 

proleclive 

protected 

protector 



PHOKOaRAFBIC WOBD-BOOK RO. B. 



prutaclrei* 
protectorial 
protectiDg 

pnMoir'iIe 

particular 

parltcularitr 

parlicnlanze 

parlienlarized 

particularizing 

pnrticularly 

pyrotochniat 

pyrotechnics 

pyrDttwhnical 

protection 

peradveutnro 

predominated 
preiiominatiag 

predominantly 
predomJnBnc» 
predonnDancy 

predetermined 

predetermining; 

predetermined ly 

predelermi-iBlioi. 

j>rediapn9e 

prediBposed 

predi«poniag 

praducibte 
predMtiiio 



p.n,nM\ 
p,r,Uhn^ 

im,kt,v 

IHt,U,td 

prt;k,tr. 

prt.kt,r( 

prt,kt,ng 

prt,kf« 

prt,kz,d 

p«,k,/^ 

prt,k,J,r,t 

pn,kJ.Tx 

prt.k^.rzil 

prt,k/.re,ng 

prt,k,7,r,I 

p,rf.k,nit 

p,rt.k,Q,ki 

p.rt,k,n,ki 

prt,kahn 

prd,m,n,t,D7 

prcl!m^;nt^ 



pn:l' 



:«let: 



pr,dl,r,m,ii,'^ 

pr!'tftpi ' 

pr,d*.pi^g 
pr,d«,pighD 

pr!d';i.1d 
pr,iii(,nl 
pr,d»(,n.td 
p.-,drt,nl,i>g 



predestining 
predecessor 

panlonalile 

pardonably 

pBrduDableoot* 

prudently 

prudentiat 

praJeDlially 

pnidenliality 

prudigitnitly 

pTodigiouaneB 

predicable 

predicabilily 

prodnciiTe 

prodoctivaly 

predicted 
predicated 
predictor 
predicting 

panufoaicol 

production 

prodigality 

protlioDotary 

perceptible 

perceptibly 

perceptibility 

perceptive 

precipitate 

precipitated 

precipitately 

precipiilatiag 

preciphoos 

precipiloualy 



preceptor 

prsciintant 

preclpilsitly 

preceptreBs 

precipiWlion 

preiugipused 

presnpporiDg 



pr,dt,tii^ 

pr,dl,kil» 
p,>-^,n,bl 

p,r.d,n,W^ 

pr.dnl [J] 

r'A.'>,M 

pr^,i.,aW 

pr,d^.,I 

Fr,djs,iu 

pfd,k,bl 

|nd,k,bl^ 

prd,k,aDt 

prd,kt,'r 

ptd,kt,v) 

prd.kl,T,n( 

prd.k.td 

pid,k,td 

prdjt.tr 

prd,kt,Qg 

prd,kt,ns 

p,>-,d,kiikl 

prd.kaha 
prd.ksbn 

pr>,pl,bl 

pr.,pt|v 
pr,,p,tt 
piApt,Id 

pr«.P.lt/ 
pr.,p,tt [ingj 



r.,pi,ng 



PHOVeORAPHIO WOBO-BOOX VO. II. 180 

Exercise XC. 

Wwdi written to^ rwofuU-lengthconsonanUngnif and a HAur- 

i«ENOTH L-HooK consonontsign. ; 

Pimpled, pamphlet, polyglot, panoplied :»• Bangled • — FttmUed, 
idled: — Embattled, mumbled,. man&o/Ze^l, mantled, maliacled, mii^ 
i mangled: — Tumbled, twinkled, tinkled, tangled :^ Difficult, dim- 
, dia^plate, dwindled, dandled, dandled :— Aaaembled :— Life-blood x 
•iSepeopled, rumpled, remodelled, «emnkled, rankled, tcrrangled :— Un* 
ikickled, enfeebled, unfuW^i, inveigled, unemployed, unhumbled, new- 
'^^elled, un«AackIed, uncoupled :— Jumbled, jmgled, jangled :—Aih- 
edf shingled : — Camblet. 

/ 

^ZEROISE XCI. 

Wwds toriUen idth two fuU-lengih consonant-ngns, and a half- 
length R-HooK canstmant'sign. 

Plunpered, Fomfret, penetrate, packthread, punctured :— Bombard, 
Whbored, bewiMered, oefeaguered, bartered, Bernard :— Fin>ert, fi^ 
lute, fii/tered, filtered, foundered, fingered :— Vituperate, ventured:-— 
Embittered, Mi^ford, ma/treat, mou/dered, manoeuvred, meandered, men- 
mate :— Temperate, tempered, attempered, wbite-Zivered, tinctured :— 
Aimeasnred, aeroocrat, de/iberate, delivered, degenerate, doctored:-^ 
TWoughbred : — ^Lapboard, we^^favored : i//&vored, Lombard, /umbered, 
■hatored, /ucubrate, toctured, lingered, Lingard ; — jRuptured, raptured, 
nUtiate, revisorate, rampart, remunerate, re-entered, rendered, regene' 
Ate, recovered, regathereid :~-Unbetrayed, unbattered, unfavored, imfet- 
ln«d, unfeathered, inveterate, invigorate, numbered, unmannered, un- 
•Aared, unhindered, uninjured, uncovered, xmcoloredf unanchored:— 
Matured : — jSAipboard, «Ae/tered: — Captured, cumbered, Cuthbert, 
qoirtered, kindred, conquered, cancered. 

Exercise XCII. 

Words written toitk a full-length consonant-sign, a half-lengik 
L-HooK or R-HooK consotiant-sign, and another JuU-length con- 
sonant-sign. 

Patriotic, para/yric : — Aftertime, figurative :— Vibrative, venerating : — 
Implied/y, majorndomo, migratory, migrating, emigrating :—Defrauder, 
diverter, degrading: — E2aborete/y, Zucrative: — Recreative, recreating, 
recmiting, recording, regretting, regarding :—Unferti/e, hundredth, un- 
direading :-~6enerative, generating :— -Co-operative, covertly, quadratic, 
correlative. • 



160 



p&oiroGitApaio woRD-fioo< Hd. tr. 



Bppraisemont 
presumptive 
presumptively 
presumptuous 
presumptuously 
presuraptuousness 
presumption 
president 
presidency 
presiddntial 
persisted 
persisting 
persistiugly 
preservable 
preservative 
preserve tory 
preserved 
preserver 
preservation 
preserving 
praiseworthily 
praise worthineto 
presentable 
presentment 
presentative 
presented 
presently 
presentness 
presentation 
presenting 
presence-room 
presence-chamber 
proleptic 
prolifical 
prolifically 
proliBcalness 
parliament 
parliamentary 
preliminary 
proletarian 
paralytically 
pearl-oyster 
peerleaaness 
peril onsness 
powerle-isness 
|mralli*li8m 
jMirsillelngram 
)>aniUel()gramical 
prolixity 
pamUaotio 



prz,mnt 

pr2r,mt,v 

pr2r,mt,vl 

pr2;,m,ch4 

prz,m,ch«,l 

pri:.m,ch«,n« 

prz,mshn 

pr2:,dnt 

prz,dn,8 

pr2;,d,n,«AZ 

pr2;»,td 

pr2rs,t.ng 

pr2:«,t,nff,/ 

pr5r,r,v,bl 

prz,»-,vt,v 

pri:,r,v,t,/ 

prz,r,vd 

pr2r,r,vr 

przjfjvshn 

pr3:,»-,v,ng 

prz,r,TH,/ 

pr2:,/,TH,n« 

prz,nt,bl 

pr2r,nt,mnt 

prir,nt,t,v 

prz,n,td 

prz,nt,/ 

pr;r,nt,n* 

pr2:,n,tshn 

pr5r,nt,ng 

prz,ns,r,ra 

prr,n»,ch,m,br 

pr,Z,pt,k 

pr,^f,kl 

pr,/,f,kl 

pr,/,f,kl,n« 

pr,/,mnt 

pr,Z,qnnt,r 

pr,/,m,nr 

pr,Z/,m 

p,W^kl 

p,rZ,8,tr 

p.r,l«,ns 

p,r/5,us 

p,r.l«,n« 

pr,/./cr.m 

pr.Z./.gr.m 

\)T,l,l gr,m,kl 

pr,/,k«,t 

p,rZ,k,t«k 



preordinate 

preordaining 

preordination 

prerequisite 

prerogative 

prorogation 

Fernambuco 

preantipenultimate 

apprenticed 

apprenticeship 

apprenticing 

parentless 

appareutness 

printing-presd 

printing-ink 

parenthetic 

parenthetical 

parenthetically 

parenthesis 

principal 

principally 

principle 

principality 

high-printipled 

apprehensible 

apprehensively 

a pprehensi veuess 

Princeton 

princedom 

priuceliness 

pronunciation 

perniciously 

pernicious ness 

pre-engagement 

pre-engaged 

pre-engaging 

pruning-knite 

parchment 

purchasable 

purchase-money 

prejudiced 

prejudicing 

prejudicial 

prejudicialness 

progenitor 

prejudgment 

projectment 

projected 

pto^ecUle 



pr,r,d»ii,t 

pr,r,dn,ng 

pr,rid,nBDn 

pr,r,kir,t 

pr,r,gt,v 

pr.r.gshn 

pr,n,m,b,k 

pmt,p,nlt)iBl 

pr,n,tjf^ 

pr,n,t«,<i,p 

pr,n,t«,ng 

p,m<,n» 

pmt,ng,pw 

pmt,nff,nftk 

p,r,n,th,t,k 

p,r,n,tht,kl 

p,r,n,tht,kl 

pr,n«,p,l 

pr,n»,p,/ 

pr,n«.pl 

pr,n«,p,/,t 

pr,n5,p1d 

pr,n«,bl 

pr,nd,v,/ 

pr,n»,v,n^ 

pr,ns,tn 

pr,U5,d,m 

pr,n5,/.n« 

pr,n,n«sbn 

p,r,n,sh»,/ 

p,r,n,sli»,ni 

pr,n,gj,mnl 

pr,n,gqd 

pr,u,gj,ng 

prn,ng,n,f 

p,r,ch,mnt 

p,r,ch*,bl 

p,r,ch«,m,tt 

pr,j,d«f 

prg,ds,ng 

pr^]d.«W 

pr,jd,«W,ni 

prjji.tr 

l)r,j.j.mnt 

prj.kt,mnt 

prj,k,id 

pro,kt,l ; 



PBOHOaaiPBIC WORD-BOOK VO. 0. 



140 



fprshn 
^prsha 
tfkrshn :— 
8pr8,d 

»pr«,ng:— 

spUt 

svlzd 

sprtt 

strst 

atrzd 

skUt 

skrst ;— 

sprtfl 

#prt,/ 

«trtj 

skrt,l 

»krd,/ 

«krt,r 

«krt,a 

«krt,ng :— 

gtp,iis 

stnXtU 

StlfXlS 
StlfUS 
StTfls 

str,k8 

gtVLfU 

8tDg,l8 : — 
s^mp,ng 
«^mp,ng : — 
stond 
sttnd 
stdnt : — 

STJt 

sTgd :— 

stmikr 
s^m,kr 
8tt,\d 
st r,nr 
st n,tr 

8t pd,t 

8tU,f 



startle 

starting 

stinting 

stunting 

standing 

Sturgeon 

stancnion 

Specific 

specifying 

sabstyle 

sabsiding 

subserve 

sophistic 

semi-savage 

satisfying 

soliciting 

souUsellmg 

sorcerer 

sensitive 

sensorium 

sincerity 

Cincinnati 

succeeding 

Separable 

sufferable 

sovereignly 

straddle 

strainer 

striker 

stroker 

struggle 

soutnernly 

scruple 

scraper 

scribble 

scrabble 

screamer 

Supposition 

sensation 

succession 

Sceptered 

sputtered 

spattered 

centered 

sauntered 

sundered 

Subdivide 

certified 

certitude 

•wordkoot 



tlrt,ng 

«tot,ng 

<^nt,ng 

8tnd,ng :»• 

8tr^n 

«^n,chn:— 

sp«,f,k 

«p,f,ng 

»D«,t,l 

«b»,d,ng 

«b»,r,T 

^,t,k 

«n»,vj 

»t«,f,ng 

«Z»,t,ng 

«i»,Z,ng 

»r»,r,r 

ra»,t,v 

«n«,r,m 

«n«,r,t 

«n»,n,t 

»k»,d,ng :— 

«pr,bl 

rfr.bl 

*»r,nl 

»tr,dr 

»tr,nr 

«tr,kr 

«tr,kr 

«tr,gl 

«THr,nl 

«kr,pl 

«kr,pr 

«kr,bl 

»kr,bl 

«kr,mr : — 

tpzshn 

»n«shn 

xlushn !— 

sp,trd 

«p,trd 

«p,trd 

»n,trd 

«n,trd 

«n,drd :— 

«bd,vd 

«^,fd 

8rt,td 



168 



novooftApfixo woBO-Boc^x va it 



pontificate 

pontifical 

pontificals 

pentameter 

appointment 

pomtednesa 

penetrable 

penetrability 

penetrative 

penetrativen< 

penetrated 

penetrating 

penetration 

penitently 

penitential 

penitentiary 

pentecoet 

pentagonal 

pentanfolar 

pound-foolish 

pandemoninm 

ponderable 

ponderability 

ponderously 

ponderousneM 

ponderance 

pooderin^^ 

pantbeitftio 

penaiveness 

rennsylvania 

Pennsylvania!! 

painstaker 

painstaking 



pnt,f,k,t 

pntyfikl 

pnt,f)klr 

pnt,m>tr 

pntftnnt 

pntfd^ns 

P»n,tr,bl 

p,n,tr,bl»t 

p,n,tr,t,v 

p,n,tr,t4 

pAi,trt [ing] 

p^itrshn 

pn,tnt [^] 

PfiUtfU^kl 

p,n,t)n,shr 

pnt,k«e 

pnt,g,nl 

pnt,M,g,«^ 

pnd,Q^& 

pnd,ni,n,m 

pnd)r,bl 

pnd)r,bl)t 

pDd,r«y/ 

pnd,r«,n« 

pnd^nu 

p,n,dr,ng^ 

P)n,th«,t,k 

pfUBtVtni 

p,ns,/,v,n 

p,ns,^,v,nn 

p,n«,t,kr 

p,njr,t,k,ng 



pennltimat0 

openheartedn< 

penarionsaesa 

peninsttlar 

panegyrist 

panegyrised 

pauegyriaing 

punishablenesa 

punishment 

paocreatio 

pugilistic 

passionateneii 

pocket*^glas8 

apocalyptic 

apocalyptical 

peculiariaed 

peculiari^ng 

pecnUamess 

hypocritical 

epicureanism 

h^'pochondriao 

picture-like 

picturesque 

picturesquely 

picturesquenesa 

hypogastric 

epigastric 

epigrammatic 

epigrammatist 

punctiliously 

punctiliousness 

punctualness 



p,nlt,]|it 

p,n,r.t,d)iil 

p,n»r»^ns 

pn,n*,/^ 

'PitkQrd 

p,nonr,ot 

pn,Bh,bl,ni 

pn,shymDt 

p,n,kr,t^ 

POAt.k 

p,8h,nt,B» 

prkt,gU 

p,kl»ptjc 

p,kl,pt,kl 

pMflfTzd 

p,k,/,r»,n§ 

pik^r^nt 

p,krt,kl 

p»k,r,ns,ii 

P)k.nydr.k 

p»k,chr,i,k 

Pyk,chrs,k 

P)k,chrs,k|2 - 

p,k,chr«,k|B» 

p,g»,tr,k 

p,g»,tr,k 

p,gr,mt,k 

p,gr»m,ti< 

p,ng.t^^ 

p,ng,t,/«,ni 

p,ng,ch^nf 



EzERCISB IL 



Qmtaining words the first amstmant-sound (iftohuih is " b«** 



baptistry 
baptisticsl 
baptismal 
bibliopolist 
bibliopolic 
bibliomaniac 
bibliography 
bibliogmphel 
bibliographic 
obfuscated 
obfuscating 
ob/iuettkm 



b.p,t«»tr 

b,p,t*,t,kl 

b,p,ts,m,l 

hfbflfPfUt 

b,b,/^P)^,k 

b,b,/)m,n)k 

b,b,«,gr,f 

b,b,/,gr,tr 

b,b,f,gr,f,k 

b,r<,k.td 

b,is,kt,ng 



befriended 
beforehanded 
befriending 
befringed 




\ 



bifurcate 
bifurcation 
abovementioned 
bi valvular 
bevel meat 
aho^ei^raoad. 



b)fm,dd 

b,fm,dd 

b,frnd,ng . 

b^fmgd 

b,frnj,nf 

b»fr,k,td 

byfr^kshn 

b,v,m,n,sliDd 

b,v!,v^,r 

b,vl,mnt 

b,y,Md 

VgGBgMpBt 



PHOHOORAPHXO WOBD-BOOX HO. IL 



108 



ac 

Iment 

led 

ling 

blenetf 

snets 



I; 

tkm 

Iferoos 

maly 

nt 

int 

wer 

Ik 

lent 



kte 
ited 
iting 
lUon 



g-ram 

ent 

aker 

tding 

mess 

aed 

Iber 

les 

thes 

i«d 

red 

ring 

ring 

:le 

aed 

der 

le 

led 

ling 

ded 

JflBlj 

ousness 
nent 

QtO 

3ian 

3 

sate 
sated 



b,m,b«,t^ 

b,m,brd,mnt 

b,ni,b|r,dd 

b,m,b,rd [ing] 

b,m,n,bl^ 

btybl,n« . 

btifl,n« 

btyfykshn 

bt,myn,fr« 

bt,m,n«,/ 

b,tl,mnt 

b,tr,pmt 

bt,r,fl,r 

bytrini,/,k 

b,tr,th,mnt 

b,tr«,vl 

b,tr«,v,n« 

b,tr,ng,kt 

b,tr,ng,k,td 

b,tr,ng,kt,ng 

b,tr,ng,kBhn 

bt,r,sh,n« 

bt,r,ng,r,m 

b,tynyni,n,t 

b,t,n,m,kr 

bd,m,ld [ing] 

bd,r^,n« 

bd,r,knd 

bd,ch,m,br 

bd,kl,thir 

b,d,kl,thz 

b«,p,trd 

b«,p,trd 

b«,p,tr,ng 

b»,p,tr,nff 

b«,pr,ng,kl 

b«,pr,ng,kld 

b»,pr,ng,kl,r 

b«,p,ng,gld 

b«,p,ng,gl,ng 

b«,m,n,aa 

h8ft,mtfUg 

b<,t,mnt 

b«,t,m,n,t 

b«,t,tr8hn 

b<,tt,r,k 

b«,tt,r,kt 

bi,tt,r^td 



obstetricating 

obstetricatioa 

obstetrics 

besottednesB 

obstreperoos 

obstreperooslj 

obstreperoosness 

abstorted 

bastardize 

hastardism 

bestraddle 

bestriding 

abstrnsity 

boisterooslj 

abstrusely 

boisteroosness 

obstroseness 

abstraseness 

obstract 

abstract 

obstmctive 

abstractive 

obstractively 

abstractively 

obstructed 

abstracted 

abstractedly 

abstractly 

obstructor 

abstractor 

abstractness 

obstricting 

obstructing 

abstracting 

obstriction 

obstruction 

abstraction > 

obstinately 

obstinateneas 

bystander 

abstinent 

abstinently 

abstinence 

abstinency 

bisulphuret 

besilvered 

absolutism 

obsoleteness 

abaoliiteneii 

obaolBaQQOH 



b«,tt,r,kslui 

b».tt,r^ 

b<,td,n« 

b«,tr,prs 

b«»tr,prs^ 

b«»tr,prf^ 

b«,t,r,td 

bsyt,r«dbr 

b«,t,r,dir,m 

b«,tr41 

bs.trd [ing] 

b«,trs,t 

b«,tr«^ 

b«,tr«^ 

b«,tr<,n« 

b«,tr«,ns 

b«ytrt,ns 

b«,tr,kt 

b«,tr,kt 

bf,tr,kt,y 

b«,tr,kt,y 

b«,tr,kt,vl 

b«,tr^t,vl 

b«,tr,k,td 

b«,tr,kytd 

b#,tr,k,td^ 

b«,tr,kt»; 

b«,tr,k,tr 

b«,tr,k,tr 

b«,trykt,n« 

b«,tr,kt,ng 

b«,tr,kt,ng 

bj,tr,kt,ng 

b«,tr,kshn 

bsytr^kshn 

b<,tr,kslin 

b#,t,n,t^ 

b#,t,n,t,nt 

b«,tnd,r 

b«,t,n^t 

b«,t,n»nt,2 

b«,t,nii« 

b«,tn,n,s 

b<,/,vrd 
b«»/.tr,in 



rHONOORAPHIO WOSD-BOOK SO, II. 





b«,Ii,iu 




bld.S^ 


ab«rptivB 


b.,r.pt,T 




bld.»s.l 




b.,r,»hn 
b>,r,b,bl 


blo.xJy-minded 
ballad-maker 


bid,m.n,dd 


aburbable 


b^,d.m,kr 


BbwrbabUity 


b<.r,b,bl,t 


ballad-monger 


b.l,d,m,Dg,gr 


absorbBnt 


b>,r,bat 


bloud-tliirsly 


btd,tbn,t 




b.,r,d,n. 




btd,thn.t^ 








btd..in,tb 


abseateeiBin 


b»,n,t:,m 




btdi,tud 


biukBMiilc 


b<,kt,l[ 


bluud-Bucker 


bidi.kr 


baskflC-bilted 


b.,kV,id 




bld,J,tr j 


biueilila 


b.,k.,i,l 


bload-leltiog 


bld,tt.ng , 




b,,k*,n. 


bloodleMi? 


b]d.W° 


habBa»corpiu 


b.,k,r,™ 
b5,kr,b1 


bewilderment 


b.i,dr,iimt 




bEllad-writer 


b,Z.d,rt,r 


bescribbled 


b.;krbld 


bulderdasb 


b^,drd^ 




b,,kr,bl,DB 


bowIder-ilODea 


bl/ldr..^ 


botcrawlod 


b.,kr.U 




b^.dr^; 


boBOrawnng 


b.,kr,/,ng 




bkl,abU 


obscureaeM 


b>,k,r,U( 


bloodebedder 


bld,ebd^ 


obsouralioQ 


h,y,T,la, 




bld,sbd^ 


abBcoiided 


b,,k,i,,dd 


bluod-cou Burning 


bld,k,n,'3^ 




b.,knd,r 




sa- 


absconding 


bs.kud [ing] 


blsBphemed 




b),K.mi]t 


blaiphemoua 


bii,r,iD> 


b=,i,v,t,r 




bl,,f;DM^ 


obaerrable 


bi,r,T,bl 




bbt;mr 




b=,r,v,tr 




bl>,i;m,ng 


obsorvstory 


bi^,v,t,r 




bisii^. 


obssrvant 


bi,T-,vnl 




b,i;.m,kr 


observance 


b=,r,v« 


bolslered 


b^.ird 




bi.r.vshn 


balustrade 


b,;,,[rd 




bi,r,v,ng^ 


blistered 


bi.,trd 




b./,b,fr. 


blustered 


bls.trd 




b,;,ft,n' 


bolsierer 


h.l,,U,r 




bl,ii.,bl,n. 


blusterer 


bli.tr.r 




b,/,Qwir 


bolstering 


b^rrtog! 




bl,ai,1>,ii> 


blistering 


bWr- fing] 


blame wo rthineis 


bI,m.r,TH,n, 


blustering 


blifr [ing] 


. btemiabtnent 


bl,m,eh,ainl 






blemiahleHi 


bl,m,<i/t 




bti,o^,t,r 


boltujiright 


\>M,^,rl 


bluutiiesa 


btut,!^ 


bloatedueu 


bl,|j,,„ 


blindfold 


blnd,r.ld 


oblilerated 


b,/(,r,td 


blindfulded, 


bliid.Udd 


obliterating 


h.U.H,as 


bliiiilmanVbua' 


blDd,in,ni,bj 


obliteralioii 


b.lt,r,kn 


bluiiderbuu 


bl,Q,dr.bs 


boliiug-cloth 


b^,og,kl,th 


bluudered 


blDd,rd 


baldiwted 


K;r 




blnd.nl 


bolJ&ced 




\.\B4.til 


b]oodf.&eed 


bld,fie 


\ b\«t)&aruL« 


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165 



fringly 



988 

ess 

thment 

i^ed 

»her 

thing 

Dtpp 

rent 

gness 

meat 

»iust 

»nism 

died 

oard 

ird 

'isaged 

nith 

xap 

aarted 

thness 

oardism 

ted 

ting 

igate 

'erae 



g-green 

g-groond 

less 

>asly 

losness 

sm 

zed 

zing 

edly 

edness 

sment 

apooter 

ed 

ing 

Iness 

itric 

)trical 

jtrically 

)ne 

itick 

and 

vun 



blnd,r,ng^ 

bInd,Q« 

blnd,^ 

blnd,n« 

bind,8h,mnt 

blndysht 

blnd,8b,r 

blnd,8b,ng 

b,/j,p,mp 

b,/Jrnt 

blj,ng,n« 

b,/,8h,mnt 

b,/^^,st 

hflsknyZfia 

bUk,b,ld 

bl,k,b,rd 

bl,k,brd 

bl,k,vzjd 

bl,ks,m,th 

bl,k«,tr,p 

bl,k,r,ta 

bl,k,8h,n« 

bl,g,r,d;2r,m 

bl,ng,k,td 

bl,ng,kt,ng 

b,/,ng2r,gt 

bl,ng.k,vr« 

bl,qg,k,n» 

b,/,ng,gni 

b,/,ng,grnd 

b,r,p,t,n» 

b,r,D,r*,/ 

b,r,b,r«,n« 

b,r,b,rar,m 

h,rfh,rzd 

b,r,b,rar,ng 

b,r,f«,d,/ 

b,r,f«,d,n4 

b,r,v,mnt 

b,r,mp,tr 

br,m,Dld 

br,m,bl,ng 

br,m,fl,n« 

br,in,tr,k 

br,m,tr,kl 

br,m,tr,kl 

br,m«,tn 

br,ai«,t,k 

hr,mfbtd 



broomgrass 

brightHDoming 

abortiveness 

abortment 

brutalized 

brutalizing 

brittleness 

Britannicus 

bnitishness 

brigbt-ahining 

broad-brinuoed 

Bradford 

broad tailed 

breadthless 

broad-spread 

broad-spreading 

breadstuif 

broadsealed 

broadsword 

birdsnest 

birdstongue 

broad leaved 

birdlimed 

beardlessness 

bridlehand 

burdensome 

burdensomeness 

bridecbamber 

broad-shouldered 

broadcloth 

broadcast * 

breadcom 

birdcatcher 

bridegroom 

boarding-school 

birthplace 

brotberless 

breathing-place 

breathing-time 

breathing-spell 

bristle-like 

baroBcopio 

briskness 

brazen-brow 

brazen-face 

brazen-laced 

brazenness 

burial-place 

brUVianily 

barleypom 



br,m^s 
brt,bm,ng 
htHfYtUg 
b,rtymnt 
hrtflzd 
, brt,U^g 
brt,/,n« 
br,t,n,k« 
brt,8b,n« 
brt,sh,n,ng 
brd,br,md 
brd^frd 
brd,t,ld 
brd,th,2f 
brd«,prd 
brd«,prd [ing] 
brd«,t,f 
brd«,ld 
brd«,rd 
brd;r,n«^ 
brd«,t,ng 
brd,Z,vd 
brd,/,md 
b,rd,Z;f,n« 
brd,/,nd v 
b,r,d,n«,m 
b,r,d,n«,m,n« 
brd,ch,m,br 
brd,84,/,drd 
brd^l^th 
brd,k«« 
brd,k,ni 
b,rd,k,chr 
brd,gr,m 
b,r,d,ng»,k,l 
b,r,th,pl« 
br,THr,lf 
br,TH,ng,pl# 
br,TH^g,t,m 
br,TH,ng»,p,l 
br«,/,/,k 
b,r«,k,p,k 
br«,k,n« 
br2r,n,br 
brjr,n,& 
hrzfn,{tt 
hrZtUfJu 
b,r,t,!jU 



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Bnrlingtaii, 
brindlM 
brindling 
BraQdenbnrg 
brandished 
brandishing 
branding-iron 
Barnstable 
brown-study 
brain-sickness 
branchinesB 
brinishness 
bronchitis 
barenecked 
boruing-giow 
Bridgeport 
bargemaster 
break&st 
breakfasted 
breakfasting 
barrack-master 
brickmaker 
abracadabra 
brickdust 
Braxton 
brokenness 
broken*winded 
broken-hearted 
brackishness 
burgomaster 
brigadier-general 
burglariously 
burglarian 
bear-garden 
brigantine 
burying-place 
bringing-forth 
benefioeless 
beneficent 
beneficently 
beneficence 
benefioency 
banefulness 
beneficialnesB 
benefactor 
benefactress 
benefaction 
benevolence 
benevolent 
beaerokadj 



br^ng^tn 

bm^Id 

bm,dl,ng 

bmd,n,b»r,g 

bmd,sht 

bmd,sh,ng 

brnd^ngym 

b,r,n«,t,bl 

br,n«,t,d 

br,n«,k,n« 

bm,ch,n« 

bm»8h,ntf 

br,n,k,t« 

b,r,n,kd 

b,r,n,ng,gU 

bro,p,rt 

b,r4,m«fr 

hrMffit 

br,k,6,td ' 

br,k,f«« [ing] 

b,r,k^«^r 

br,k,m,kr 

br^kd.bt 

br,k,d«^ 

br,k«,tn 

br,kn,n« 

br,k,n,n,dd 

br,kn,r,td 

br,k,Bh,n« 

b,r,g,m«^r 

bi',gd,rj,nr,l 

br,gl,r«,Z 

br,gl,r» 

b,r,g,r,dn 

br,g,n,tn 

b,r,ng,pl« 

br,nff,ng,f,r,th 

b,n,f«,nt 

byn,f«,nt,j 

b,n,f«,tt« 

b,n,fs,n,s 

b,n,fl,n« 

b,n,f,«A/,n« 

b,n,f,k,tr 

b,n,f,k,tr9 

b,n,f,kshn 

b,n,vlfw 

hfUfYyUnt 
b,ii,V,W,X 



beneroIeDtneBS 

bennmbedness 

boundfolness 

bonnteousnesB 

bandbox 

bondsman 

bondslave 

bondservice 

bondservant 

boundlessness 

bandy-legged 

abandonment 

abundantly 

Benedictine 

benediction 

Ben Lomond 

banishment 

Bannockbum 

obnoxiously 

obnoxionsness 

benignant 

bachelorship 

abjndicatea 

abjudication 

abjurement 

objurgation 

objectable 

objectively 

objectiveness 

abjectedness 

abjectness 

object-glass 

objectionable 

bashfulness 

bicapsular 

bookbinder 

bookbindery 

becomin^ess 

ubiquitanness 

backwoodsman 

bequeathment 

buxomness 

backstairs 

backslider 

backsliding 

bicarbonate 

backwardness 

background 

'bo^Xtottefc 



i 



\ 






b,liituit,iiff 

b,n,mjdtii# 

b,n,t,fl,n# 

b,n,t«,n« 

bnd,b|k# 

b,n,dir|iiiD 

b,n,d«^T 

b,n,dt>,vit 

bnd»l«,ns 

b,n,d^g4 ,^ 

bnd,n,m,4f. 

bn,dnt [q * 

b,n,d,kt,ft 

b,n,dykdiB 

byn,;,mnd 

bn,8h,miit 

b,n,k,b,m 

b,n,k,slM^ 

bfUyk^sh^ ' 

b,n,g,nnt 

b,ch,;,r.sh^ 

bjd.k,td 

bjdykshn 

bj,r,mnt 

bgr,g8hn 

bo.kt,bl 

bg,kt,vl 

bq,kt,v^ 

bj,kt,d,nf 

bg,kt,n« 

b^|,kt,gl« 

bj,k,sh,n,!4 

b,8h,fl,ns 

b,k,n»,/,r 

b,k,bndyr 

b,k,bnd,r 

b,k,m,ng,iu 

b,kt,r^ 

hfkdz,ma 

b,k«,m»Qff 

b,k«,t^rt 

b,k«,/,dr 

b,k»,ld [ingl 

b,k,r,b,n,t 

b,k,r,d,n« 

b,k,gmd 



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191 



ucaUj 



sk 



b,gr,f,kl 

b,ng,k#,t,k 
b,ng,kr,pt 



bankniptad 
bankrnptcy 
booglingly 



b,ng,kr,p,ld 

b,ngMpM 
b,ng,gUg,/ 



£XSRCI8S in< 
iaimng tooras the JirBt consonant-sound {ftehich is ** r.^ 



id 

Of 

cm 



n 



.zed 
amg 



nindod f,bl,m,n^d 
iindftdnaiHi f,bl,m,n»dd^ 
f,b^,iu 
f,br,k,td 
f,br,kt,iig 
f^br^luhQ 
LvrfblfU 
i|yrtz,]n 
f,vr|«A,D« 
f,m,bl,i»g^ 
ffjafltTzd 
f,m,/,rar,ng 

f,m,n,tBhii 
f|in,sh,mnt 

ft,m,ny8h,p 

f,tr,pr,f 
f,tr,p,rt 
f,tr,p»x 

ft,gr,ff« 

ft,gr,f,k 

ft,grd« 

fd,/,fd,l 

fd,^,t,k 

fydrflz^m 
fyth,fl,D« 

f,THr,^,n0 

f»,f,r,td 

f»,f,r/,ng 

f«,f,r«,nt 

f«,f,r«,ii« 

f»,f,r«ing 

{$,tfdayl 

UttfdSfUB 



itMm 

Mat 

tie 

ship 

iier 

rioal 

of 

t 

» 

ipbift 
aphio 

ddle 

ck 

It 

im 

less 

neu 

satness 

»nited 

irating 

iratcent 

Mrescence 

iretcing 



lothar 
tbttF 



ibster-niotlMr 

foflter'SBiter 

foster-son 

fistalated 

fistaladnff 

foster-chud 

fbssiliferoiiB 

facilitated 

fiusilitatiog 

facilitation 

fossilization 

facetioasness 

fiuciculated 

fascicularlj 

physiologist 

physiological 

physiologicallj 

physiognomist 

physiognomer 

physiognomic 

physiognomical 

fellow-prisoner 

flippantly 

flippantness 

phlebotomist 

phlebotomize 

phlebotomized 

phlebotomizer 

phlebotomizing 

fulfillment 

flammability 

flammiferona 

fellow*member 

fool mouthed 

flimsiness 

fulminated 

fulminating 

fiilmination 

flame-Gobrad 

flat^KittoiMd 

iaalt-findec 

finltliMLy 



Ci^trimyTBF 
fit,rfUtr 

fW,r,ehPa 

fsrl^n 

f«Atd 

fSflzBhn 
f«,k,/,td 

fz,im 
f*,y,ki 

far,g,n,mj< 

fz,g,n,mr 

£r,g,n,m,k 

far,g,n,m,kl 

f^pr;v,nr 

fl,pnt [/] 

fl,pnt,n« 

fl,bt,m4e 

fl»bt,mir 

fl,bt,mxii 

fl,bt,mir^ 

fltbtynLTyOg 

f/,fltmnt 

n,m,b^,t 

flim|fr« 

fy/fm,m»br 

^{,m,THd 

fl,mir,n« 

f,/,m,n,td 

f,/,m,n,t,ng 

f^m.nshn 

fl,m,k,lrci 

flt,bt,iiid 



168 



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fauldessnoas 
flatulent 
flatulency 
fellow-traveller 
flatteringly 
falteringly 
filtration 
flat-nosed 
pbilotechnio 
floating-bridge 
field-officer 
flood mark 
field-martial 
fieldsports 
Philadelphian 
fuUdressed 
fieldworks 
fulUpread 
foolspoken 
fellow-subject 
falsifiable 
falsefaced 
philosophizer 
philosophizing 
philosopher's-stone 
fellow-sufierer 
philosophical 
philosophically 
falsification 
fulsomeness 
felicitated 
felicitating 
felicitously 
fellow-citizen 
Philostratus 
flustered 
flustering 
Philistines 
felicitation 
fellow-servant 
falsehearted 
falseheartedness 
fellow-soldier 
fellow-laborer 
philologist 
philological 
floriflcation 
philharmonic 
nirtadon 
Sirtingljr 



ffUfUtiu 

fittlnt 

flt,/n,8 

f,/.tr,vl,r 

fl,tr,ng,/ 

f,/^r,ng,i 

f,/,tr8hu 

fit,nzd 

f,/,t,k,n,k 

flt,ng,brj 

fld,f«,r 

fld,m,r,k 

fld,m,r,«A/ 

Bd8,p,rtz 

£,l,drst 

f,/,d,r,k« 

f,/«,prd 

f,/«,p,kn 

f,^,bo,kt 

fl»,f,bl 

fl<,f«^ 

fis,fz,r 

fls,fz,ng 

tLs,f,rz fta 

f,ls,i'r,v 

fl«,f,kl 

fla»,t;kl 

fl«,f,kshn 

f,/s,m,n« 

f,Z«,t,t,d 

f,/«,tt [ing] 

f,ls,t8,l 

f,l8,iz,n 

f,/»,tr,t8 

fls,trd 

flstr [ing] 

fflsttnz 

f,Z«,t8hn 

f,Zs,r,vnt 

f,/»,r,td 

ifls,rttdfli8 

fA^Jr 

f,/,/,br,r 

fl,/,l5< 

fl./0.kl 
fl,r,f,k8hn 

f,/,r,m,n,k 

fl,r,t8ha 

fl,r^ng,i 



\ 



floridnesi 

foolhardiness 

florescence 

efiloreacence 

effloresce ncy 

floarishingly 

flintheart 

flinthearted 

affluentness 

floundering 

philanthropy 

philanthropist 

philanthropic 

philanthropical 

philanthropically 

flinchingly 

fullcharged 

phlogiston 

phlogistic 

phlogisticate 

phlogisticated 

phlogisticator 

phlogisticating 

phlo^istication 

flagellated 

flagellatin< 

flagellant 

flagellation 

flagitiously 

flagitiousnesB 

fleshbrush 

fleshmonger 

iallaciousuess 

fleshliness 

flesh-color 

afflictively 

afllictednesa 

afflictingly 

flexible 

flexibly 

flexibility 

flexibleness 

flaccidity 

flaccid nesB 

flexility 

fluxation 

Philocratea 

flickeringly 



^g 



ii 



:i 



.i 

,...j 



fl.fydtni 

f,>,r,d,n« 

fl,r«,n« 

fl,r«,n« 

fl,r«,n,8 

fl,r,sh,ng^ 

fintyft 

fint,r,td ' 

fl,nt,n« 

fl,n,dr,ng 

f,/,n,thr,p 

f,/,n,thr,pil ' 

f,/,n,thr,p,k 

f^n,thr,p^ 

f,/,n,lhr,p,kl < 

fl,n,ch,nff^ 'i 

f,Z,ch,rjd 

flg«,tn 

fl^«,t,k 

flj«,tykt 

fl^«,t,k,td 

flj<,t,k,tr 

flO»,t,kt,ng 

flj«,t,ksha 

flo,/,td 

fig,^,ng • 

fl.jf/n^ 

flJ,/Mn 

fl,j,fi^5,Z 

B^tskstns 

fl,sA,br,sh 

fl,8h,m,ng,gr 

B,sh2,us 

Si,shfk,lr 

fl,k,t,vl 

fl,k,t,d,n« 

fl,k,t,ng,i 

fl.k«,bl 

fl,k«,bl 

fl,k«,b,/,t 

fl,k5,bl,n« 

fl,k«,d,t 

fl,k«,d,n« 

fl,k«,/,t 

fl,k«shn 

f,/.kr,tr 

fl,kr,ng,i 

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169 



7 

itlC 

itical 
itksally 



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rment 
nly 
imess 

1 

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:6iit 
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ily 
mess 

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jleness 

t 

01 

ed 
ins 
ibfe 
itivo ^ 
itiveness 

3d 

iriouB 

ation 

ing 

ided 

ntioned 

realist 

:»atic 

seatically 

x>logy 

118ft 



4* 



fl,g,mt,k 

fl,g,mt,kl 

fl,g,ixit,kl 

fl,g«,t,f 

fl,g<,tQ 

fl.grnt 

fl,grnt,» 

fl,gm* 

fl,grn,8 

f,/,nff«,k,ii» 

fr,bd,mnt 

fr,b,d,nl 

fr,b,dn,n« 

f,r,bl«* 

f,r,brad 

fr,b,rn* 

f,r.ft,bl 

f,r,fl,n« 

f,r,v«,nt 

f,r,v*,n« 

fr,vl«,n» 

f,r,vnt,/ 

f,r,vnt,n« 

fr,m,mnt 

fr,m,in,n,tl 

fr,rat,vl 

f,r,md,bl 

f,r,ind,bl 

f,r,md,bl,n« 

f,r,m,l2;,m 

f,r,m,/*,iiff 

fr,n],n,t,bT 

fr,mnt,t,v 

fr,mnt,t,v,iu 

fr,m,n,td 

fr,m,n,t,7^ 

fr,m,n,tfihn 

fr,mnt,nff 

fr,m,n,da 

f,r,m,Ti,8hnd 

f,r,m,k,t«^ 

f,r,iii,k,t,k 

f,r,m,kt,kl 

f,r,zn,k,/j 

frt,p,nut 



frnit-bearer 

fruit-bearing 

fortifiable 

frightfiilueaB 

fretfolnesa 

fruitfalness 

fortification 

fortuitously 

fortuitousness 

foretasted 

fore taster 

foretasting 

fruitlessneas 

fertilized 

fertilizer 

fertilizing 

fertileneas 

fratricide 

fratricidal 

fraterniw 

fraternal 

fraternally 

fraternize 

fraternized 

fratemizinff 

fraternization 

foretokened 

foretokening 

foreadmonisn 

foreadmonished 

foread monishing 

fraudulent 

fraudulently 

fraudulence 

Fredericksbnrgh 

forthcoming 

freethinker 

forethinking 

furthermore 

furtherance 

farthingale 

free-spoken 

fair-spoken 

fair-speaking 

forcibleness 

fierce-minded 

forestalled 

forestaller 
, foreataUmf^ 
I fimlUng 



frt,b,r,r 

frt,b,r,ng 

rr*,f,bl 

frt,fl,n* 

frt,fl,n« 

frt,fl,n* 

f,r^,f,k8liil 

f,r,t,t«,/ 

f,r,t,t«,n* 

f.r,t#,td 

f,r,t#^r 

f,r,t«<,ng 

frt,U,n« 

fn,lzd 

fnjZfT 

frt,te,ng 

frt,/,n« 

frt,r»,d 

frt,r«,d,l 

frt,r,n,t 

frt,r,ni 

frt,r,ni 

frt,r,n;p 

frtfrfXizd 

frt,r,n;p,ng 

frt,r,njrslm 

f,r,t,knd 

f.r,t,k,n,ng 

f,r,d,m,n,8n 

f,r,d m,n,8ht 

f,r,d,m,n,8h,ng 

frd,/n^ 

frd,/n# 

frd,r,kar,b,r,g 

f,r,tb,k,m,ng- 

f,r,th,ng,kr 

f,r,th,ng,k,ng 

fr,THr,mr 

fr,THm« 

f,r,TH,n,g,l 

fr«,p,kn 

f,r«,p,kn 

Jr»,p,k,ng 

fr«,bl,n« 

f,r«,m.n,dd 

f,r«,t.1d 

f,r«,t,Ur 



170 



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fint-nta 
fruftrate 
fruatratad 
fruftrative 
friutratoiy 
froatrating 
fnutration 
frosdnett 
friskful 

phariaaicaliMM 
Friesland 
phraaeologioal 
learlesNiett 
fbrloralj 
fbrlornneM 
frolicful 
frolicsome 
frolicsomely 
frolicsomenesa 
free-heartedneaa 
forwardness 
frowardoess 
foreordination 
front-box 
affrontiveness 
frontispiece 
front-room 
Frontenac 
affrontingly 
friendless 
friendliness 
friendship 
Francisco 
Franciscan 
phrenologist 
phrenological 
Frenchman 
franchisement 
franchising 
frangible 
fran^bility 
fumishment 
fornicator 
fornicatress 
fornication 
fortanately 
fortune-teller 
fortune-telling 
ArtpDateaeas 
ibrtaaelm§ 



fr«,trt 

fr«,trt 

fr«,tr,t,d 

fr«,tr,t,T 

fr«,trt,r 

fr»,trt [ing] 

fr«,trshn 

frSftfUi 

fr«,k,a 

fr«,kl,nr 

irZflKd 

frz./j,kl 

£frl,m,l 
f.rl,m,nM 
fr,Z.k,fl 
fr^,k«,m 

fr,/,k«,m,nf 

fr,r,t,d,n« 

fr,r,d,n* 

fr,r,d,n« 

f,r,r,d,nshii 

fmt,b,k4 

fmt,v,n« 

fr,n)t«,p« 

frnt^r^m 

frnt,n,k 

frntng,/ 

fmd.ls 

frndj,n« 

frndysh,p 

fr,nM,k 

fr,nM,kn 

fr,nlj,kl 

frn,ch»mn 

fniychjrymnt 

fm,cfajr»ng 

frng,bl 

frng,bl,t 

frn,8h,mnt 

f,r,n,kytr 

f,r,n,k,tr« 

fr,n,kshii 

f,r^ynt,Z 

f,r^,nt,lr 

f,rf,nt,l,ng 

f,rt,Dt,QS 



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fro^erons 

frigidness 

ferociousness 

foreshorten 

foreshortened 

foreshortening 

fire-company 

fructifiea 

fructiferous 

fructificatioii 

fructifying 

fructesoenco 

forkedness 

freckle-faced 

foreclosed 

foreclosure 

frequentable 

frequentative 

frequented 

frequently 

frequenting 

fractured 

fractanng 

fractiously 

fractiousness 

freakish uess 

fractional 

fractionary 

forgivable 

forgiveness 

fragment 

fragmentary 

forgetful 

forgetfully 

forgetfulness 

forgettingly 

fragrant 

fragrantly 

foreground 

fragrance 

fragraney 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

frankness 

frankincense 

fanfaronade 

phantasmagoria 

lantastic 

fKnaL>ic\niv 



fr4»fi» 
fr^Qf 

f,r,8h«,Qf 

f,r,shit,ii 

f,r,shrt,iid 

f,r,shrt,ii^ 

f,r,k,mp,a 

fr,kt,fd 

fi:,kt,fn 

fr^kt^Ouhi 

fr,kt,f,ng 

fr,k,U,Bt ' 

f,r,kd^ 

fr,kl,fs« 

f,r,kU<i 

f,r,kl,shr 

fir^kMbl 

fr,k,nt,LT 

fr,k,nytd 

frfknt,/ 

fr,knt,iig 

fr,k,chra 

fr,k,ohr,iig 

fr,k,sh«,/ 

fr,k,8h«,o« 

fr,k,8h,ns 

fr.kshny/ 

fr,kshn,r 

fr,g,v,bl 

fr,g,v,ns 

fr,g,nmt 

fr,g,mnt,r 

fr,gt,a 

fr,gt,fl 

fr,gt,fl^ 

fr,gt,ng^ 

fr,gmt 

fr,gmt^ 

f,r,gmd 

fr,gnM 

fr,gm,s " 

fr,ng,k,frt 

fr,ng,kln 

fr,ng,k,n» 

fr,ng,k,ns,ilf 

fn,fyr,nd 

fnt,z,m,g, 

fnt»8t,k 



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rtedly 


fnt,r,td^ 


phonographical 


'teduess 


fnt,7f,d,D« 


phonographically 


isa 


fiit,8h,ns 


fishmarket 


ilness 


f,Qt,kl,n« 


fishmonger 
fashionableness 


lesa 


f,nt,kl,n« 


Qt 


fnd^mnt 


fishing-place 


Qtal 


fnd,n[i,n,tl 


affected ness 


Qtally 


fnd,nint,/ 


factorship 


lefls 


fnd,«A,n« 


fixedness 


mless 


fud,ffA,nIff 


fox-hunter 


esB 


f,D«,f,/,D« 


foxglove 
factiousness 


;eii 


f,n«,p,ka 


ness 


f,U8,\,11B 


efficaciousness 


naster 


{,U8,ngfmstr 


fictitiousness 


chool 


f,n«,ng«,k^ 


affectionately 


laped 


f.nl,8h,pt 


affectionateness 


pat 


f,n,/.j<^ 


figurability 


{kal 


f,n,/j,kl 


figuratively 


Eiphut 


f,u,gr,f«< 


figurativeness 


apher 


f,n,gr,fr 


Afghanistan 


aphic 


f,u,gr,f,k 


fingerstone 



f,n,gr,f,kl 

f,n,gr,f,kl 

f,8h,m,r,kt 

f,8h,m,ng,gr 

f,s^,n,bl,n« 

f,»A,ng,pU 

f,k,td,n« 

f,k,tr,«A,p 

f,k«,d,ns 

f,k«,nytr 

f,k«,gl,v 

f,k,sh«,n« 

f,k,sh«,n« 

f,k,t,«A^,n« 

f,k,sb,nt,^ 

f,k,8h,nt,n« 

f,gr,bl,t 

f,grt,vl 

f,grt,v,m 

f,g,n«,tn 

f,ng,gr«,tn 



ExERCISB IV. 
taining words the first consonant-sound of which is "v." 



Oity 

iness 

tion 

ve 

>d 

on 

mess 

ble 

tive 

ted 

tion 

ting 

ion 

I 

e 

»le 

ion 

>d 

ible 

on 

le 

U 

100 



v,pr,b,/,t 

v,pr«,ua 

Vjprarshn 

v,v,f,k,t,v 

v,v,f,k,t,d 

v,v,f,k,t,ng 

v,v,f,k8hn 

v,v,«A»,m 

vt,pr,bl 

vt,prt,v 

vt,pr,td 

vt,pr8hn 

vt,prt [ing] 

v,t«,n8hn 

vt,r,f,r,m 

vt,r,f,k,t 

vt,r,f,k,bl 

vt,r,f,k8hn 

v,tr,/,td 

vt,r,li:,bl 

v,tr,feAn 

v,tr«,bl 

v,tr*,nt 

y,tr$,n% 



vice-president 

vociferated 

vociferating 

vociferously 

vociferousuess 

vociferation 

vestment 

vestryman 

vasculiferous 

vascularity 

vice-admiral 

vice-admiralty 

vice-ad miralship 

vice-regent 



v«,prs;,dnt 

v«,f,r,td 

v«,f,r«,ng 

v«,f,r«,/ 

v»,f,r«,n« 

v«,f,r«^» 

v«,t,mnt 

v«,tr,mn 

v«,k^fr« 

v»,k,^,r,ti 

v*,d,m,r/ 

vs,d,m,r/,t 

v<,d,m,r/,8h,p 

v»,rjnt 



vice-regency 
vice^hancellor 



v«,rj,n,8 
v«,ch,n«,lr 
vice-chancellorship V9,ch,n«,lr,t&ip 



vicegerent 

vicegerency 

vice-consul 

voluptable 

voluptuously 

ToluptuooBiieM 

avauablenew 



v»j,m< 
v«,i,r»,s 
v«.K,n«,I 
v,/,pt,bl 



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valaableness 

Tolubleness 

evil-affected 

yillification 

evolvement 

Telivolant 

evil-minded 

voluminously 

voluminousness 

valetudinarian 

volatilized 

volatilization 

volatilizing 

volatileness 

valedictory 

evil-speakmg 

voluntarily 

voluntariness 

valiantness 

villainousness 

vulnerable 

vulnerated 

vulnerating 

vulneration 

vulgarism 

vulgarized 

■ vulgarizing 
vulgamess 
overpl easing 
overproportion 
overprompt 
overpromptnesB 
overpersuade 
overponderous 
overpicture 
verboseness 
verbalism 
verbalized 
verbalizing 
variableness 
overbalance 
overbalanced 
verberated 
verberating 
overburden 
overburdened 
overburdening 
everburning 
verberatioa 

overSaabed 



vl,bl,n« 

v,/,bl,n« 

vl,f,k,td 

v,Z,f,ksbn 

v,Z,v,mnt"* 

Y,l,VtInt 

vl,ra,n,dd 

v,Z,m,njr4/ 

v,/,m,n5,n« 

v,/,td,urn 

Y,U,lzd 

yjtflzshn 

\,U,l,n8 

v,/,d,kitr 

vl«,p,k,ng 

v,/,n«,n« 

v,Z,nr,bl 

v,Z,nr,td 

v,/,nrt,ng 

v,/,nr8hn 

v,/,grz,m 

v,/,grzd 

v,/,grir,ng 

v,/,gr,n« 

t?r,pU,ng 

»r,pr,p,r«A» 

«>r,pr,mt 

»r,pr,m,t,n» 

vr,prz,d 

«;r,pnd,r» 

2>r,p,k,chr 

vr,hs,U8 

^r,htlz,m 

vr,bjlzd 

vr,h]z,ng 

v,r,bl,n* 

vr,h,lits 

vr,h,l,n8t 

f;r,br,td 

*r,brt [ing] 

f;r,br,dn 

t>r,br,dnd 

t>r,br,dn,ng 

«;r,b,r,n,ng 

t;r,br8hii 



\ 



overflusbiog 


w,fl^,nf 


overflowiugly 


w,fl,ng; 


overfruitful 


t7r,frt,fl 


overforward 


rr,fr,rd 


overforwardness 


vr,fr,r,d,o« 


overoffended 


«r,f,n,dd 


verification 


v,r,f,kBbn 


overmuUitude 


t;r,m,^/td 


vermiform 


vr,m,fr,m 


vermifugal 


vr,m,f,gl 


vermivorous 


vr,m,vr» 


ever-memorable 


t^r,m,m,r',bl 


overmodest 


vrfm,dti 


overmasted 


t7r,m«,td 


overmaster 


vrfXmtr 


vermiuation 


t;r,m,nBhn 


overmeasured 


f7r,m,zhrd 


vermiculate 


v}%mfktU 


vermiculated 


vr,m,k,/^ld 


vermiculating 


t;r,m,k,ft,ng 


vermicular 


vr,mfktlfr 


vermiculation 


2>r,m,k,2«ft« 


vertebrated 


vrt,br,td 


overtrust 


vr,tr«< 


overturnable 


vrt,r,n,bl 


overturned 


vrt,md 


overturner 


vrt,r,nr 


overturning 


vrt,r,n,ng 


vertiginous 


vrlj,n« 


vertiginousness 


vrtj,n»,n« 


verticality 


vrt,kl,t 


verticalness 


vrt,kl,n« 


overdiligent 


vrd,/jnt 


overdrink 


©r,dr,ng,k 


verdigris 


vrd,gr* 


Havre-de-Graco 


vrd,gr» 


overspread 


^r«,prd 


overspent 


t>ra,pnt 


versability 


t^r«,b,/,t 


versablenesB 


vr«,bl,n» 


N'ersificato.r 


t^r»,f,k,tr 


versification 


t^r«,f,k8hn 


verisimilitude 


vra,m,ltXd 


versatility 


vr9,tjlft 


versatileness 


vr8,tfl,JU 


oversaturate 


vra,i,rt 


oversaturated 


vr5,t,r,td 


oversaturating 


t;r«,t,r«,ng 


o\eT«XTam 


rr»,lrn 


ONetftXXOYTDk 


«r»,\xtk 



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e 

r 

red 
al 
Imingly 

f 

int 

ir 

irism 

1688 

iDeis 

mess 

ngly 

tness 

:al 

dence 

so 

mew 

IBUMM 

t 

d 

r 

•n 

ay 

aot 

uial 

iition 

aism 

^und 

uess 
iaster 

e 

lity 

re 

3 

3ty 

30688 

d 

r 

ry 



«r«,tr)k 

f>r>/,br,l , 
t)r,/,in,ng,Z 
«r,^^ [ing] 
rr,/*,t,ng,/ 

vr,l,s,nt 

i>r.a,k,/rA:)iii 
t;r,cii«,n« 

T,r,8b«,n« 
f;r,k)m,ng,Z 
vr,k>t,n« 
t>r,k,r,fl 

t>r,gr,iM 

v,n,iii«,iM 

v,nt,d,kt 

vnt,/,td 

vnt,/,tr 

vnt,l/,ng 

vnt,/«A» 

v,nt,W,k 

v,nr,r/,k8t 

v,ot,rZ,kl 

v,nt,?/,k8hn 

v,nt,r/,kir,in 

vnt,r,kl 

v,nt.j,grnd 

v,nd,b,^,t 

v,nd)bl,n« 

V,n,d,m»^r 

vndA.m 

vnd,k,bl 

vnd,k,bl>t 

vnd,kt,v 

vnd)kt,v 

vnd,kt,vl 

vnd,kt,v,iw 

vnd.k,td 

vnd»k,tr 

vnd,kt,r 

vnd,kt,ng 

yndyk8bn 



beaven-aspiring 

vincibility 

viiiciblene88 

vene8ectioa 

heavenly-minded 

heavenly-minded- 
ne88 

venerablene88 

heaven-inspired 

venturesome 

venturesomely 

venturously 

venturousness 

avengement 

evangelist 

evangelism 

evangelized 

evangelization 

evangelizing 

evangelical 

evangelically 

vanishment 

evanishment 

heaven-sifted 

vainglorious 

vaingloriously 

evenmg-star 

vouchsafement 

vegetability 

vegetativenesB 

vigilantly 

victimated 

victimating 

victimized 

victimizing 

victoriously 
< victoriousness 
I Vicksburg 
i vaccinated 

vaccinating 

vaccination 

vexatiously 

vexatiousness 

viscountship 

vagabondize 

vagabondism 

vigorousness 
J vauqoiBhable 



v,n<,p,r,ng 

v,n»,b,/,t 

v,n«,b),n« 

V,n<,k8hn 

v,ul,m,n,dd 

> v,n,l,m)n,dd,iu 

y,nr)bl,D« 
vn,n«,p,rd 
v,u,chr«,m 
v,u,chr«,m,l 

v,D,chr«yiu 

v,n^,mnt 

v,uj,W 

v,n,j,/z,m 

v,no,/z4 

YfU^Jzshn 

v,ng./*,ng 

v,ug,Z,kl 

V,nj,^kl 

v,nt8h,mnt 

y>n,8h,mnt 

vn,g,f,td 

v»u,gl,« 

v,n,gl,r»,i 

vn,ng»,t,r 

v,cb<.f,nmt 

vgt,bl,t. 

v^|t,t,v,n« 

vjc,t,m,td 

v,k,t,mt [ing] 

v,k,t,mzd 

v,k.t,mz,ng 

v,k,t,r»,/ 

t,k,t,rs,n( 

v,k8,b,r,g 

v,k«,n,td 

v,k«,nt,ng 

y,ks,n8hn 

Vf\i8,sk8,l 

y,ks,8k8.ns 

v,k,i)t,sh,p 

v,g,bnd.z 

v,g,bndzm 

v,gr«,n» 

v,a^,kH«h^hl 



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EXKRCISB v.. 

Containing words the first consonant-sound of which is "m." 



ImpoveriBhnicnt 

inlpuve^^>hed 

iinpovcrislier 

iiiipoverisliiiig 

iinputubleiieHS 

iiiipututively 

iin{>etu(>u8iie8fl 

impetrable 

impetrative 

iiiipetratury 

impetratiau 

impotently 

impediiiient 

iiupudentlv 

impussibiiity 

impassubility 

impUMsableiicss 

impudsivciiess 

iiiipuipubie 

iuipal[)abiiity 

biupliticute 

ampliticated 

ampliticajtor 

anipliHcating 

amplificatiou 

implement 

employment 

empalement 

impalatable 

impuliteness 

im political 

impolitically 

impuUively 

impulsiveness 

implicitly 

emplaster 

emplustered 

emplastering 

implicitness 

implaii8ii)lo 

implausibility 

iiia;>le-8i]gar 

implorauou 

immoringly 



mp,vr,8li,mut 

mp,vr,»A^ 

mp,vr,8lir 

mp,vr,sh,ng 

mp,t,bl,u« 

mp,tt,vl 

mp,t«,n9 

mp,tr,bl 

mp,tr,t,v 

mp,trt,r 

mp,tr8bTi 

mp,tnt [/] 

mp,d,mnt 

mp.diit [Z] 

mpjf,b,/,t 

mp8,b,/,t 

mpA,bl,u« 

mp.s,v,u« 

mp,/,p,bl 

mp,/.p.bl,t 

m2),/.f.k,t 

mp,/,t',k,td 

mp,Z.l',k,tr 

mp./,f,k,t,ng 

mp./.f.ksba 

m, pi, Hint 

m.pl,nint 

m[),/,mnt 

mp,//,bl 

m\},lt,ns 

mp,/^kl 

mp./^,kl 

mp./«,v,/ 

mp,/*,v,n« 

m.pU.t,^ 

m,p/A^r 

m,plj»,tid 

m,p/«/r [ing] 

m,piff,t,n« 

m,plz,bl 

m,pl;,bl,t 

m,pl,«A,gr 

m,pl,rs7ia 

m,pl,r,Tig,l 



implanted 

implantation 

implanting 

implunged 

implnnging 

implacable 

im[)lacably 

implacubility 

implacableness 

implicative 

implicatively 

implicated 

implicating 

implication 

impropriety 

improperly 

inipropitious 

imj)roportionable 

improportiouate 

improl)able 

improbably 

improbability 

ini probation 

imperfect 

imperfected 

imperfectly 

impeifectness 

imperlecting 

imperfection 

improvable 

improvably 

imperviable 

improvability 

im provableness 

improvement 

improvident 

im providently 

improvidence 

imperviously 

impervioUsness 

improvisation 

impermeable 



m,plo,td 

in,piut,Mi» 

m,plut,ng 

m.plugd 

m,plu.j.ng 

m,p1,k,bl 

in,pl,k,bl 

m,pl,k,b1,t 

ni,pl,k,bl,D« 

m,pl,kt,v 

in,pl,kt,vl 

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m,pl,kt,ng 

in,pl,ksha 

m,pr,pr,t 

m,pr,pr,/ 

m,pr,p,sA« 

ro.P«'>p.»'»8h,n,bI 

m,pr,pr.«A,fll 

m,pr,b,bl 

m,pr,b,bl 

m,pr,b,bl,t 

m.pr.bslm 

mp,r,f,kt 

inp,r-,f.k,ld 

mp,r,f.k,t,l 

mp,r,f.k,t,iw 

inp,r,f,k,t,ng 

mp.r.fyksha 

mp,r,v,bl 

mp,r,v,bl 

mp.r,v,bl 

mp,r,v,b,l,t 

mp.r,v,bl,iu 

mp,r,v,mut 

m,pr,v,dnl 

m,pr,v,dut [/] 

m,pr,v,diM 

mp,r,v«,/ 

mp,r,v«,n« 

mp,r,Vtfsbn 

m,pr,m,bl 

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matur 

•table 

•dble 

•a lively 

'Etiveness 

'tment 

•turbable 

■tarbation 

■atorial 

*tant 

*tunate 

tanity 

tunately 

tnuateness 

tuned 

lance 

taner 

tiuent 

•tinently 

*tinence 

rtinency 

rtaning 

rtation 

*donabIe 

idence 

ident 

idently 

tseptible 

•ceptibly 

•ceptibility 

■ceptibleness 

ifisible 

wsibility 

•ceirable 

»88ively 

>8sivenes8 

•suasible 

ricism 

»ci8ion 

rsonate 

riousness 

rsonal 

rsunally 

Bonment 

Boned 

soning 

)lific 

rialist 

rialized 

ralleJed 



in»pr,m,tr 

mp,r^,bl 

mp,r^,bl 

nip,r/,v,/ 

mp,r^,v,n« 

nip,rt,mnt 

inp,rt,r,b,bl 

mp,rt,r,bshn 

mp,rt,rl 

mp,r^,nt 

mp,r^,nt 

mp^,n,t 

nip,r^,?i/,I 

nip,r^,nt,n« 

mp,r^,nd 

mp,r^,n« 

mp,r^,nr 

mp,rt,ant 

mp,rt,nnt,l 

mp,rt,nn8 

inp,r^,n,D,s 

Tnp,r^,n,ng 

nip,r,t8hn 

nip,r,d,n,bl 

mjpVfdns 

m,pr,dnt 

m,pr,dnt [/] 

m,pr»,pt,bl 

m,pr9,pt,bl 

ni,pr«,pt,bl,t 

m,pr«,pt,bl,n« 

ni,pr«,bl 

m,pr«,bl,t 

m,pr«,v,bl 

m,pr«,v,Z 

m,pr«,v,n» 

m,pr«z,bl 

mp,rsz,m 

m,pr«8hn 

mp,r«,at 

mp,r8,n» 

ni,prs,nl 

ni,pr«,nl 

in,pr2r,n,m,n,t 

in,pr2:,nd 

m,prz,n,ng 

m,pr,/,f,k 

mpyTtlst 

mp,r,lzd 

m,pr,lM 



imprinted 

imprintinff 

imperishable 

imperishableness 

impartiality 

impartialist 

imprecated 

imprecator 

imprecatory 

impracticable 

impracticably 

impracticability 

impracticableness 

imprecating 

imprecation 

impregnable 

impregnably 

impregnability 

impregnate 

impregnated 

impregnating 

impregnation 

impenetrable 

impenetrably 

impenetrability 

impenetrableueas 

impenitent 

im penitently 

impenitence 

imponderable 

imponderably 

imponderability 

imponderableness 

imponderousness 

impendent 

impendence 

impendency 

impeachment 

impatiently 

impatience 

impugnation 

embodiment 

embossment 

ambassadress 

embezzlement 

embezzled 

embezzling 

emblematic 

emblematical 

emblemaxioBWy 



m,pm,td 

m,pmt,ng 

mp,r,ph,bl 

mp,r,8h,bl,n» 

mp,r,9hl,t 

Tap,r,8hUt 

m,pr,k,td 

m,pr,k,tr 

m.pr,k,tr 

m,pr,k,t,k,bl 

m,pr,k,t,k,bl 

m,pr,k,t,k,b,/,t 

m,pr,k,t,k,bl,n« 

m,pr,kt,ng 

m,pr,kshn 

m,pr,g,n,bl 

m,pr,g,n,bl 

m,pr,g,n,bl,t 

m,pr,g,nt 

m,pr,g,n,td 

m,pr,g,nt,ng 

m,pr,g,n8hn 

mp,n,tr,bl 

fnp,n,tr,bl 

mp,n,tr,bl,t 

mp,n,tr,bl,n« 

mp,n.tnt 

mp,n,tnt [/] 

mp,n,t9M 

mp,p,dr,bl 

mp,n,dr,bl 

mp,n,dr,bl,t 

mp,n,dr,bl,n« 

mp,n,dr«,n» 

mp,n,dnt 

mp,n,dn« 

mp,n,dn,8 

mp,ch,mnt 

mp,sknt,l 

mpshns 

mp.g.rif-hn 

m,b,d,mnt 

,m,b«,mnt 

m,b«,dr« 

m,b2r,2,mnt 

m,hz,\d 

xnfhz,l,Tis 

m,b],mt,k 



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Barlingtoii, 

briadiM 

brindling 

BraQdenbnrg 

brandished 

brandishing 

branding-iron 

Barnstable 

brown-stady 

brain-sickness 

branchinesB 

brinishness 

bronchitis 

barenecked 

barning.gi9» 

Bridgeport 

bargemaster 

breakfast 

breakfasted 

breakfasting 

barrack-master 

brickmaker 

abracadabra 

brickdust 

Braxton 

brokenness 

broken*winded 

broken-hearted 

brackishness 

burgomaster 

bri^ier-general 

barglarioosly 

burglarian 

bear-garden 

brigantine 

burying-place 

bringing-forth 

benefioeless 

beneficent 

beneficently 

beneficence 

benefioenoy 

banefulness 

beneficialnesB 

benefactor 

benefactress 

benefaction 

benevolence 
benevolent 
benevoloatir 



br^ng^tn 

bm,dld 

bm,dl,ng 

bmd,n,b»r^g 

bmdysht 

bmd,sh,ng 

bmd|ng,m 

b,r,n«,t,bl 

br,n«,t,d 

br,n«,k,n« 

bm,ch,n« 

bm»8h,n« 

br,n,k,t« 

byr,n,kd 

b^,n,ng,gb 

bro,p,rt 

bfr^fVatir 

br,k,f«f 

br,k,f«,td ' 

hrMM [ing] 

b,r,k,m«^r 

bryk,m,kr 

br,kd,bt 

hTtkfdtt 

br,k«,tn 

br,knyn« 

br,k,n,n,dd 

br,kn,r,td 

br,k,8h,n« 

hfTfgtVastr 

br^gd,*-^,^,! 

br,gl,r«,Z 

br,gl,nt 

b,r,g,r,dn 

br,g,n,tn 

b,r,ng,pl« 

br,nK.ng,f,r,th 

b,n,f»,&^ 

byn,f«,nt 

b,n,f«,nt,j 

hfUffstUt 

b,n,f«,n,s 

b,n4in« 

b,n,f,t&/,n« 

b|n,f,k,tr 

b,n,f,k,tr« 

b,n,f,kshn 

b,n,vlfw 

htUfYyUnt 
b,ii,v,W,X 



\ 



beneifioIeDtneas 

benambedness 

boundfolness 

bonnteoosnesB 

bandbox 

bondsman 

bondslave 

bondsenrice 

bondservant 

boundlessness 

bandy-legged 

abandonment 

abundantly 

Benedictine 

benediction 

Ben Lomond 

banishment 

Bannockbum 

obnoxiously 

obnoxionsness 

benignant 

bachelorship 

abjndicatea 

abjudication 

abjurement 

objurgation 

objectable 

objectively 

objectiveness 

abjectedness 

abjectness 

object-glass 

objectionable 

bashfulness 

bicapsular 

bookbinder 

bookbindery 

becomin^ess 

ubiquitanness 

backwoodsman 

bequeathment 

buxomness 

backstairs 

backslider 

backsliding 

bicarbonate 

backwardness 

background 



vfi 



rs 






b,nitmt,nff 

b,n,m4,n# 

b,n,t,fl,n# 

b,n,t«,n« 

bnd»b,k# 

b,n,dir,mn 

b,n,di^,T 

b,n,d«ir,YS 

b,n,dt>r,viit 

bna,l«»ns 

b,n,d./,g,d J 

bnd,n,m,ivt ; 

bn,dnt[q * 

b,n,d,ktJi 

b,n,d,kBlni 

b,n,;,mnd 

bn,8h,mnt 

b,n,k,b,ni 

b^nykysbs^ 

b»n,k,sh«,iif 

b,n,g.nnt 

b,ch,;,r.sh,A 

bjd,k,td 

bjdykshn 

bj,r,mnt 

bdr,g8hn 

bo.kt,bI 

bg,kt,vl 

bj,kt,v,nff 

bj,kt,d,n« 

bij,kt,n» 

b^,kt,gl» 

bj,k,sb,n,IA 

b,8h,fl,ns 

b,k,i)«,;,r 

b,k,Dnd,r 

b,k,bndyr 

b,k,m,ng,nf 

b,kt,r^ 

b,k,TB,m]it 

b,k«,m,nff 

b,kff,tyFr 

b,k«,Z,dr 

b,k«,1d [ingl " 

b,k,r,b»n,t 

b,k,r,d4U 

b,k,gmd 



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191 



jbicallj 
tineas • 
ock 
ipt 



b,gr,f,kl 

b,ng,k#,t4L 
b,ug,kr,pt 



bankniptad 

bankraptcy 
booglingly 



b,ng,kr,p,ld 

b,ng,kr,pM 
b,ng,gl,ng,/ 



£xsRCi8s ILL, 



<fUaimng tooras the first amsonantrsound cfvMck is ** r.** 



•miiidod f,bl,iD,nydd 
nundednOM f,blyin,iijdd^ 
f,b^,iu 
f,br,k,td 

f,br,kt,ng 
Ibr^kshii 

Lvr,bl,D« 

f|VrU,]n 



lad 
boa 



ineM 

ijjly 

nzed 

rizing 

lateoeif 

ation 

nant 

dtle 

nship 

dier 

»gical 

oof 

rt 

in* 

»gUt 

nphiit 

raphio 

irds 

addio 

ick 



leMoess 

onited 

Dradng 

juratcent 

torescence 

loreadng 



MTother 
hibmr 



f,m,bl,i»g^ 

f,m,n,tBhn 
f)inysh,mnt 

ft,m,n,8h,p 

fu,/jr 

fMj,kl 

f,tr,pr,f 

f,tr,p,rt 

f,tr,piur 

ft,/0rf 

ft,gr,ff« 

ft,gr,f,k 

ft,grd« 

fd,/.fda 

fd,^,t,k 

f4r,ld 

ffdrflxjva. 

fyth,fl,n« 

ffTHrfltftis 
&,f,ntd 
f«,f,r/,ng 
f«,f,r«,at 

f»,f,r»,ng 
UttfdSfl 
£i,t,d«,ii« 
f«^,r,br,Tsr 



foBter-motlMr 

foflter'fliiter 

fbster-flon 

fistolated 

fistuladnff 

foster-chud 

foBsiliferoiiB 

facilitated 

fiusilitatiog 

£icilitatioD 

fossilization 

facetioasness 

fiuciculated 

faBcicalarly 

physiologist 

physiological 

physiologically 

physiognomist 

physiognomer 

physiognomic 

physiognomical 

fellow-prisoner 

flippantly 

flippantness 

phlebotomist 

phlebotomize 

phlebotomized 

phlebotomizer 

phlebotomizing 

mlfiUment 

flammability 

flammiferons 

fellow^member 

fool mouthed 

flimsiness 

fulminated 

fulminating 

fiilmination 

flame-colored 

flat-bottomed 

faolt-findec 

finltliMLy 



fii,trim,TBF 

fW,r,ehPa 

Mftd 

£r,/,tshii 

fstlzBhn 

£tt»ks;n§ 

f«,k^,td 

f«,k,/,r,^ 

fz/Att 

f^,/j,kl 

fe,^J,kl 

f»,g,n,mj< 

fr,g,n,mr 

&,g,n,m,k 

fe,g,n,m,kl 

f^pr;v,nr 

fl,pnt [/] 

fl,pnt,n« 

fl,bt,m4e 

fl»bt,mir 

fl,bt,mxii 

fl^btynur^r 

fl,bt,nLr,og 

f,/,fl,mnt 

fl,myb^,t 

fl,m|fr« 

f,/ym,m,br 

^,m,THd 

fl,mir,n« 

f,/,m,n,td 

f,/,m,n,t,ng 

0,m,nslm 

fl,m,k,lrci 

flt,bt,iiid 



168 



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fbultlessnoss 

flatulent 

flatulency 

fellow-traveller 

flatteringly 

falteringly 

filtration 

flat-nosed 

philotechnio 

floating-bridge 

field-officer 

flood mark 

field-martial 

fieldsports 

Philadelphian 

fuUdressed 

fieldworks 

fulUpread 

foulspoken 

fellow-subject 

falsifiable 

falsefaced 

philosophizer 

philosophizing 

philosopher's-stone 

fellow-sufierer 

philosophical 

philosophically 

nilsification 

fulsomeness 

felicitated 

felicitating 

felicitously 

fellow-citizen 

Philostratus 

flustered 

flustering 

Philistines 

felicitation 

fellow-servant 

fafsehearted 

falseheartedness 

fellow-soldier 

fellow-laborer 

philologist 

philological 

floriflcation 

J)hilharmomc 
IrtatJoD 
Sirtingly 



f»2^,I«,n« 

flt,/n^ 

flt,/n,8 

f,/,tr,vl,r 

fl,tr,ng,Z 

f,tt,r,ng,i 

f,/,trshu 

flt,n^i 

f,/,t,k,n,k 

flt,ng,brj 

fld,f«,r 

fld,m,r,k 

fld,m,r,«A/ 

fld«.p,rt« 

f,/,d,/,(h 

f,/,dr«^ 

f,/,d,r,k« 

f,^,prd 

f,^,p,kn 

f,^,b4,kt 

fl*,f,bl 

fl«,fr,r 

fl«,f2;,ng 

fl«,f,rar,tn 

f,/«,lr,r 

fl«,f,kl 

fl«,t;kl 

fl«,f,k8hn 

f,/«,m,n« 

f,/«,t,t,d 

f,/«,tt [ing] 

fflSftS,l 

f,l8,tz,n 

fl«,trd 
flstr [ing] 
f,^(tn2; 

f,Z«,r,vnt 
f,/»,r,td 

f^/Jr 

f,/,/,br,r 

fl,/,j«^ 

fl,/0,kl 

fl,r,f,k8hn 

f,/,r,m,n,k 

fl,r,t8hii 

fl,r«,ng,l 



\ 



floridnesi 

fool hardiness 

florescence 

efilorescence 

efflorescency 

flourishingly 

flintheart 

flinthearted 

affluentness 

floundering 

philanthropy 

philanthropist 

philanthropic 

philanthropical 

philanthropically 

flinchingly 

fuUcharged 

phlogiston 

phlogistic 

phlogisticate 

phlogisticated 

phlogisticator 

phlogisticating 

phlo^stication 

flagellated 

flagellating 

flagellant 

flagellation 

flagitiously 

flagitiousness 

fleshbrush 

flesh monger 

fallaciuusuess 

fleshliness 

flesh-color 

afflictively 

afllictednesa 

afflictingly 

flexible 

flexibly 

flexibility 

flexibleness 

flaccidity 

flaccidnesB 

flexility 

fluxation 

Philocratea 

flickeringly 



fl.f,dAii 

f,>,r,d,n« 

fi,r«,n« 

fl,r«,ns 

fl,r«,n,8 

fl,r,sh,ng/ 

flnt,rt 

fint,r,td ' 

fl,nt,n« 

fl,n,dr,ng 

f,/,n,thr,p 

f^n,thr,pi< 

f,/,n,thr,p^ 

f,/,n,thr,pjd ' 

f,/,n,ihr,p,U 

fl,n,ch,ng,l 

f,Z,ch,rjd 

flgs,tn 

flg«,t,k 

flj«,t,kt 

fl^»,t,k,td 

flg«,t,k,tr 

flg*,t,kt,ng 

flj«,t,ksha 

flj^td 

fl.j,/«^ 

flj,«^,n« 

fl,sA,br,sh 

fl,8h,m,ng,gr 

fl,«A,k,/r 

fl,k,t,vl 

fl,k,t,d,n« 

fl,k,t,ng^ 

fl.k«,bl 

fl,k«,bl 

fl,k«,b,/,t 

fl,k«,bl,n« 

fl,k«,d,t 

fl,k«,d,nf 

fl,k«,/,t 

fl,k<shn 

f,/.kr,tr 

fl,kr,ng,i 

-fi>k,cht,ng 



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169 





fl,k8hn,r 




fl,k,8fa,n<< 


3 


fl,g,mt,k 


3al 


fl,g,mt,kl 


saUy 


fl,g,mt.kl 




fl,g»,t,f 




fl,g»,tn 




fl.grnt 




fl,gmV 




fl,grn* 




fl,grn,8 


nets 


f,/,ne«,k,iM 


jent 


fr,ba,mnt 


y 


fr,b,d,nl 


leiu 


fr,b,dn,D« 




f,r,bl«* 




f,r,brad 


6 


fr,b,r»« 




f,r,ft,bl 


I 


f,r,fl,n« 


at 


f,r,v«,iit 


Doe 


f,r,v«,n» 


r 


{x,vM,l 


9M 


fr,vl«,n« 




f,r,vnt,/ 


9 


f,r,vnt,n» 




fr,ni,mnt 


al 


fr,m,m,n,tl 


•ly 


fr,mt,vl 


> 


f,r,md,bl 


r 


f,r,md,bl 


mess 


f,r,md,bl,n« 




f,r,in,/«^ 




f,r,na,Iz,m 




f,r,m,/2r<{ 


Fe 


f,r,m,te,nK 
fr,ni,n,t,bl 


ve ^ 


fr,mnt,t,v 


veness 


fr,mnt,t,v,iM 




fr,m,n,td 


tOUS 


fr,m,n,t,7:» 


on 


fr,Tn,n,Uhn 


\ 


fr,mnt,nff 


^ 


fr,m,n,da 


ioned 


f,r,m,n,8hnd 


itist 


f,r,m,k,t»* 


itio 


f,r,iD,k,t,k 


itically 


f,r,m,kt,kl 


ogy 


f,r,m,k,/J 


«t 


frt,p,mtt 



firuit-bearer 

fruit-bearing 

fortifiable 

frigbtfuluesB 

fretfQlne8a 

fniitfalness 

fortification 

fortaitou8lj 

fortuitou8nes8 

foreta8ted 

foreta8ter 

foretasting 

fruitle88nea» 

fertilized 

fertilizer 

fertilizing 

fertileneas 

fratricide 

fratriddal 

fraternity 

fraternal 

fratemallj 

fraternize 

fraternized 

fraternizing 

fraternization 

foretokened 

foretokening 

foreadmonian 

foreadmonish^d 

foread monishing 

fraudulent 

fraudulently 

fraudulence 

Fredericksborgh 

forthcoming 

freethinker 

forethinking 

furthermore 

furtherance 

farthingale 

free-8poken 

fair-8poken 

fair-8peaking 

forcibleness 

fierce-minded 

forestalled 

forestaller 
. foreAtaUin^ 
I fintling 



frt,b,r,r 

frt,b,r,ng 

f,r*,f,bl 

frt,fl,n# 

frt,fl,n» 

frt,fl,nt 

f,rf,^k8hii 

f,r,t,t«,Z 

f,r,t,t«,n« 

f,r,t#,td 

f,r,t«^r 

f,r,t«*,ng 

frtyl«,nf 

frtflzd 

fnjz,r 

frt,te,ng 

frt,/,n« 

frt,r»,d 

frt,r«,d,l 

frt,r,n,t 

frt,r,nl 

frt,r,nl 

frt,r,nif 

frtyTfTizd 

frt,r,n;f,ng 

frt,r,nz8hn 

f,r,t,knd 

f,r,t,k,n,ng 

f,r,d,ra,n,8h 

f,r,d m,n,8ht 

f,r,d,m,n,Bh,ng 

frd,;n^ 

frd flntfl 

frdf Ins 

frd,r,k«,b,r,g 

f,r,tb,k,m,ng 

f,r,th,ng,kf 

f,r,th,ng,k,ng 

fr,THr,mr 

fr,THnw 

f,r,TH,n,g,l 

fr«,p,kn 

f,r«,p,kn 

f,r»,p,k,ng 

fr«,b),n« 

f,r«,m.n,dd 

f,r«,t.ld 

f,r»,t,lr 



I 



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FBOVOORAPHXe WOKD-BOOK VO. It. 



fint-xttte 
frnitrate 
fhutratod 
froftradve 
firoftratory 
frastratiDg 
fnittration 
frostiDess 
friskful 

pharitaicalnaM 
Frietland 
phreaeologioal 
fearlessness 
forlornly 
forlomness 
frolicful 
frolicsome 
frolicsomely 
firolicsomenesf 
free-heartedneif 
forwardness 
frowardness 
foreordination 
front-box 
affrontiveness 
frontispiece 
front-room 
Frontenac 
affrontingly 
friendless 
friendliness 
friendship 
Francisco 
Franciscan 
phrenologist 
phrenological 
Frenchman 
franchisement 
franchising 
frangible 
fran^bility 
fumishment 
fornicator 
fornicatress 
fornication 
fortunately 
fortune-teller 
fortune-telling 
Artanateneat 



fr«,trt 

fr«,trt 

fr«,tr,t,d 

frs,tr»t,T 

fr#,trt,r 

fr»,trt [ing] 

fr«,trshn 

fr«,t,ns 

fr^k^a 

fr«,kl,nr 

wz,lnd 

frz,/J,kl 

f,rl4ttu 

f,r/,r>t,i 

fW,m,ns 

fr,Z.k,fl 

fr^,k«,m 

fr,/,k«,m»Z 

fr,/,k«,mins 

fr^fyt^d^ns 

fr.ffdyns 

iVfrfdyns 

f.r.fydynshn 

fmt,b,k« 

fmt|V,n« 

fr,n,t«,p« 

fmt,r,m 

fmt,n,k 

frnt,ng,/ 

fmd.ls 

frnd,l,n« 

frnd,8h,p 

fr,nM,k 

fr,nM,kn 

fr^nlgs^ 

fr,nlj,kl 

frn,ch,mn 

fm,chz,mnt 

fm,che,ng 

frng,bl 

frnjybl|t 

frn,8h,mnt 

f,r,n,k,tr 

f,r,n,k,tr« 

fr,n,kshii 

f,W,nt,; 

^r<,nt,lr 

f,ff,nt,],ng 

f,fi,Dt,llS 



\ 



fro^fenms 

frigidness 

ferocioosness 

foreshorten 

foreshortened 

foreshortening 

fire-company 

fructifiea 

fructiferous 

fructification 

fructifying 

fructesoenca 

forkedness 

freckle-faced 

foreclosed 

foreclosure 

frequentable 

frequentatiTe 

frequented 

frequently 

frequenting 

fractured 

fracturing 

fractiously 

fractiousness 

freakisfaoess 

fractional 

fractionary 

forgivable 

forgiveness 

fragment 

fragmentary 

forgetful 

forgetfully 

foi^etfulness 

forgettingly 

fragrant 

fragrantly 

foreground 

fragrance 

fragrancy 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

frankness 

frankincense 

fanfaronade 

phantasmagoria 

tantastiD 



frq^n 

frgd,ni 

f,r,sh«,iu 

f,r,shit^ 

f,r,shit,iid 

f,r,shrt;n^ 

f,r,k,mp^ 

fr,kt,fd 

fr,kt,frs 

fr,kt,f,kita 

fr,kt,f,ng 

fr,k,t«ptf • 

f,r,kd,Bf 

fr,kl,fjf 

f,r,kl,zhr 

fr,k^t,bl 

frAt,nt,t,f 

fr,k,n,td 

fr,knt,l 

fr,knt,Bg 

fr,k,chra 

fr,k,ohr,ng 

fr,k,sh«J{ 

fr,k,8bs,ns 

fr,k,8h,n« 

fr,kshn,i 

fr,kshn,r 

fr,g,v,bl 

fr,g,v,n# 

fr,g,mnt 

fr,g,mnt,r 

fr,gt,a 

fr,gt,fl 

fr,gt.a,n« 

fr,gt,ng^ 

fr,gmt 

fr.gmt^ 

f,r,gmd 

fr,gnM 

fr,gm,s " 

fr,ng,k,frt 

fr,ng,kln 

fr,ng,k,iis 

fr,ng,k,n»,ii# 

fn,f,r,nd 

fnt,z,m,g, 

fnt^t^c 



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171 



irtedly 

urtedness 

less 

tineas 

Inefla 

»nt 

sntal 

antally 

ness 

iouless 

leas 

ken 

enefls 

•master 

school 

baped 

►gist 

»gical 

raphist 

rapher 

raphic 



fnt,r,td,/ 
fDt,r^,d,n« 

f,nt,kl,ii« 

f,nt,kl,n« 

fnd^mnt 

fiid,m,n,tl 

fnd,mnt^ 

fnd,«A,ii« 

fndr«A,nU 

f,n«,p,ka 

f,n8,ngymstr 

f,n«,ng«,k4 

f.ul,8h,pt 

f,ii,/.j«^ 

f,n,Zo,kl 

f,u,gr,f»< 

f,ii,gr,fr 

f,u,gr,f,k 



phonographical 

phonographically 

fishmarket 

fishmonger 

fashionableness 

fishing-place 

affectedness 

factorship 

fixedness 

fox-banter 

foxglove 

factiousness 

efficaciousness 

fictitioasness 

affectionately 

aifectiotiateness 

figurability 

figuratively 

figurativeness 

Afghanistan 

fingerstone 



f,n,gr,f,kl 

f,n,gr,f,kl 

f,sh,m,r,kt 

f,8h,m,ng,gr 

f,«A,n,bl,n« 

f,»A,ug,pb 

f,k,td,n« 

f,k,tr,ffA,p 

f,k«,d,n« 

f,k«,n,tr 

f,k«,gl,v 

f,k,8h«,n« 

f,k,t,«^,n« 

f,k,sh,nt,Z 

f,k,8h,nt,n« 

f,gr,bl,t 

5grt,vl 

f,grt,v,m 

f,g,n«,tn 

f,ng,gr»,tn 



EXBRCISB IV. 

ntaining words the first consonant-sound of which is **v." 



sility 

isness 

ation 

ive 

:ed 

ing 

lion 

isness 

ible 

itive 

ited 

ition 

iting 

tion 

n 

to 

ble 

tion 

ted 

ukble 

Lion 

ble 

int 



v,pr,b^t 

v,pr«,u« 

v,prs;8hu 

v,v,f,k,t,v 

v,v,f,k,t,d 

v,v,f,k,t,ng 

v,v,f,ksnn 

v,v,«A»,n< 

vt,pr,bl 

vt,prt,v 

vt,pr,td 

vt,pr8hn 

vt,prt [ing] 

v,t*,n8hn 

vt,r,f,r,m 

vt,r,f,k,t 

vt,r,f,k,bl 

vt,r,f,k8hn 

v,tr,^,td 

vt,r,l2:,bl 

v,tr,feA». 

v,tr«,bl 

v,tr»,nt 

r,trj;ii8 



vice-president 

vociferated 

vociferating 

vociferously 

vociferousness 

vociferation 

vestment 

vestryman 

vasculiferous 

vascularity 

vice-admiral 

vice-admiralty 

vice-ad miralship 

vice-regent 



vice-regency 
vice««hanceIlor 



vs,prsr,dnt 

va,f,r,td 

v*,f,rf,ng 

v«,f,r*,^ 

v*,f,r*,iM 

v«,f,r«A» 

v«,t,mnt 

V5,tr,mn 

v*,k,/,fr» 

v*,k,;,r,ti 

v*,d,m,W 

vs,d,m,r/,t 

v«,d,m,r/,8b,p 

v«,rgnt 



v*,rj,n,s 
v«,cn,n«,lr 
vice-chancellorship v«,ch,n«,lr,<&,p 
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vicegerent 
vicegerency 
vice-consul 
Tolup table 
voluptuously 
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I ayaihibleiveM 



v«j,m,s 
v«,K,n«,l 
v,/,pt,bl 
v,/,p,cluj 



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valuableness 
volubleness 
evil-affected 
villification 
evolvement 
yelivolant 
evil-minded 
voluminously 
volumiuousnesa 
valetudinarian 
volatilized 
volatilization 
volatilizing 
volatileness 
valedictory 
evil'speakmg 
voluntarily 
voluntariness 
valiantness 
villainousness 
vulnerable 
vulnerated 
vulnerating 
vulneration 
vulgarism 
vulgarized 
• vulgarizing 
vulgamess 
overpleasing 
overproportion 
overprompt 
overpromptnesB 
overpersuade 
overponderous 
overpicture 
verboseness 
verbalism 
verbalized 
verbalizing 
variableness 
overbalance 
overbalanced 
verberated 
verberating 
overburden 
overburdened 
overburdening 
everburning 
verberatioa 
overHuahed 



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v,/,bl,ns 

vl,f,k,td 

v,Z,ffkshn 

v,Z,v,mnt ' 

yyl,\,lnt 

vl,m,n,dd 

v,Z,m,n54^ 

v,/,m,n^,n« 

v,Z,td,nrn 

y,U,lzd 

x,U,lzshn 

\,ltfl,ns 

v,/,d,kjtr 

vl«,p,k,ng 

v,Z,n«,n« 

v,^,nr,bl 

v,/,nr,td 

v,/,nrt,ng 

v,/,nrshn 

v,/,gr2r,ra 

v,/,grzd 

v,/,gr2r,ng 

v,/,gr,n« 

^r,pbr,ng 

vr,pr,Tp,r8hn 

«;r,pr,mt 

t;r,pr,m,t,n« 

t;r,pr2r,d 

t;r, pnd,r« 

t;r, p,k,chr 

vr,hs,ns 

vr,h,lz,m. 

t>r,b,/2rd 

i;r,bl2:,ng 

v,r,bl,n5 

vr,h,ln8 

vr,hfl,n8i 

f;r,br,td 

t>r,brt [ing] 

i;r,br,dn 

t>r,br,dnd 

z;r,br,dn,ng 

2?r,b,r,n,ng 

t^r,br8hII 



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overflusbiag 

overflowingly 

overfruitful 

overforward 

overforwardness 

overoffended 

verification 

overmultitude 

vermiform 

vermifugal 

vermivorous 

ever-memorable 

overmodest 

overmasted 

overmaster 

vermination 

overmeasured 

vermiculate 

vermiculated 

vermiculating 

vermicular 

Vermiculation 

vertebrated 

overtrust 

overturnable 

overturned 

overturner 

overturning 

vertiginous 

vertiginoushess 

verticality 

verticalness 

overdiligent 

overdrink 

verdigris 

Havre-de-Graco 

overspread 

overspent 

versability 

versableness 

versificator 

versification 

verisimilitude 

versatility 

versatileness 

oversaturate 

oVersaturated 

oversatu rating 



f>r,fl,ng^ 

i7r,frt,fl 

w,fr,rd 

vr,fr,r,d^ii« 

vr,f,n»dd 

Vyr,i',k8bn 

vrfiTifUttd. 

9r,m,fr,m 

vr,m,f,gl 

vr,m,vr» 

vr,m,dMt 
vrjXnsttd 
vrfVastr 

i;r,m,zhrd 

«;7',m,k,/£ 

vrfinykflfli 

t;r,m,k,»,ng 

vrfUifkflfr 

vrfXnfkfUkn 

vrt,br,td 

vr,tr«* 

vrt,r,n,bl 

vrt,md 

vrt,r,nr 

vrt,r,n,ng 

vrtj,n» 

vrtj,n«,n# 

vrt,kl,t 

vrt,kl,n» 

vrd,/jnt 

«'r,dr,ng,k 

vrd,grt 

vrd,gr5 

t^r«,prd 

rr«,pnt 

ifr8,b,l,t 

vrs, hlfUs 

ffra,{fkftr 

vr$,i',kBhn 

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vrSftjlft 

vra^tflfUt 

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178 



ike 

lar 

Idred 

eral 

lelmingly 

ting 

tingly 

tly 

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ilar 

alarism 

Mueaa 

susness 

tusness 

mingly 

ietness 

refal 

iifidoQce 

voce. 

gerness 

ousaess 

act 

ted 

tor 

ting 

tion 

oquy 

oquftt 

oquial 

ocution 

oquiam 

:le 

B-ground 

ility 

leness 

s-niaster 

ism 

ible 

ibility 

itive 

:ive 

lively 

IveneBs 

ited 

itor 

itory 

iiing 

iiion 



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vrsjkjlrd 
>r>/,br,l, 
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vr,lst [ing] 

i>r,Int,l 

vr,n,k,/r«r>ni 
«;r,chs,n« 

vr,k>iii,ng,2 
«r,k)t,n« 
tJr,k,r,fl 
*r,k,n,f,d»^ 

Dr,gr,iM 

y,n,m«,n« 

v,Dt,d,kt 

vnt,/,td 

vnt,/,tr 

vnt,^/,ng 

\iit,lshn 

v,nt,r/,k 

v,nt,W,k8t 

v,nt,r/,kl 

v,nt,7/,k8hn 

v,nt,rZ,ki?,m 

vnt,r,kl 

v,nt.j,grnd 

v,nd,b,i,t 

v,nd>bl,Q« 

v,n,d,ma^r 

vnd,k,bl 

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vnd,kt,v 

vnd>kt,v 

vnd,kt,vl 

vnd,kt,v,ii« 

vud.k,td 

vnd.kjtr 

vnd,kt,r 

vnd,kt,ng 

vndyksbn 



heaven-aspiring 

vincibility 

vincibleness 

venesection 

heavenly-minded 

heavenly-minded- 

ness 
venerableness 
heaven-inspired 
venturesome 
venturesomely 
venturously 
venturousness 
avengement 
evangelist 
evangelism 
evangelized 
evangelization 
evangelizing 
evangelical 
evangelically 
vanishment 
evanishment 
heaven-gifted 
vaiuglonous 
vaingloriously 
evening-star 
vouchsafement 
vegetability 
vegetativeness 
vigilantly 
victimated 
vie ti mating 
victimized 
victimizing 
victoriously 
victoriousness 
Vicksburg 
vaccinated 
vaccinating 
vaccination 
vexatiously 
vexatiousness 
Viscountship 
vagabondize 



! 



vagabondism 
vigorousness 
yanqaishable 



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v,n»,D,/,t 

v,n«,b],n8 

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v,ulym,n,dd 

v,n,l,m)n,dd,x» 

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v,n,chr<,/ 

y,n,chr<^n« 

v,n^,mnt 

v,nj,^»^ 

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v,nj,/2ri 

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yj't,t,v,n* 

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y,k,t,mz^ 

y,k,t,m2r,ng 

v,k,t,ra,/ 

>^,k,t,r«,n^ 

v,ka,b,r,g 

y,ks,n,td 

y,k«,nt,ng 

v,ks,nshn 

v,ks,sA«,/ 

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y,k,iit,sh,p 

y,g,bnd,z 

y,g,bndzm 

y,gr«,n» 

v,u^,k>sk,bl 



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Exercise V,, 
Containing words the first consonant-sound o/whidh is " 



«f 



Impoverishment 

impoverished 

impoveiisher 

im[)overishiiig 

imputableness 

iinputatively 

im{)etuou8ne88 

impetrable 

impetrative 

impetratory 

impetratiou 

impotently 

impediment 

impudently 

impossibility 

impassability 

impassableiieas 

im[)assiveuess 

impalpable 

impalpability 

umpliticate 

amplificated 

amplific^tor 

amplificating 

amplificatiou 

implement 

employment 

empalement 

impalatabie 

im{>oliteuess 

impolitical 

im politically 

impulsively 

im[)iilsivene88 

im{)licitly 

emplaster 

em plastered 

enifilastering 

implicitness 

implausible 

implaiisibility 

maplG'Sngdr 

jmploraiioii 

imploringly 



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mp,vr,«A< 

mp,vr,8hr 

mp,vr,«h,ng 

mp,t,bl,n« 

mp.itjvl 

mp,t«,n« 

mp,tr,bl 

mp,ir,t,v 

mp,trt,r 

mpftrshn 

mp,tnt [/] 

mp,d,mnt 

mp.dut [/] 

rap«,b,/,t 

mps,b,/,t 

mp«,bl,n« 

mp«,v,i)» 

mp,/,p,bl 

nip,/.p.bl,t 

mp,^.f,k,t 

mp,Z,f,k,td 

mp,Z.f,k,tr 

mp,/.f,k,t,ng 

mp,/.f,k8hn 

m, pi, Hint 

m, pi, unit 

m[),Z,innt 

mp,//,bl 

m[>,//!,nx 

mp,/^,kl 

mp,/^,kl 

mp.Z«,v,Z 

mp,/«,v,n« 

m.pU,t,/ 

m,p/«ir 

m,plj?,trd 

m,p/«^r [ing] 

ra,pl«,t,ti« 

m,plz,bl 

m,pl;,bl,t 

m,pl,«A,gr 

m,p\,rs/in> 

m,p\,r,ns,l 



implanted 

implantation 

implanting 

implunged 

implnnging 

implacable 

implacably 

implacability 

imptacableness 

implicative 

implicatively 

implicated 

implicating 

implication 

impropriety 

impropei'ly 

impropitious 

improportionable 

improportionate 

improbable 

improbably 

improbability 

im probation 

imperfect 

im perfected 

imperfectly 

impeifectiiess 

imperfectiug 

imperfection 

improvable 

improvably 

imperviable 

im provability 

improvablene8S 

improvement 

improvident 

im providently 

improvidence 

imperviously 

impervioUflue88 

improvisation 

impermeable 



in,pln,td 

in,plut,«ik» 

m,plut,ng 

m.plugd 

m,pluj.ng 

m,pl,k,bl 

in,pl,k,bl 

ni,pl,k,bl,t 

m,pl,k,bi,itf 

m,pl,kt,v 

m,p),kt,vl 

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m,pl,kt,ng 

m,pl,kalui 

m,pr,pr,t 

m,pr,pr,; 

m,pr,p,sA» 

ro.p»%p.»*»8M.U 
m,pr,pr.«&,at 

m,pr,b,bl 

w,pr,b,bl 

m,pr,b,bl,t 

m.pr.bshn 

mp,r,f,kt 

mp,r,f,k,td 

mp,r,f,k,t.l 

mp,r,f.k,t,ni 

mp,r,f.k,t,ng 

mp.r.fykshn 

mp,r,v,bl 

mp,r,v,bl 

mp,r,v,bl 

mp,r,v,b,l,t 

mp.r,v,bl,iu 

mp,r,v,mnt 

m,pr,v,dut 

m,pr,v,dnt [i] 

m,pr,v,diM 

mp,r,v«,^ 

mp,r,v«,n« 

mp,r,v«sha 

m,pr,m,bl 

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matur 

rtable 

tible 

ratively 

rativeness 

rtment 

rturbable 

rturbation 

ratorial 

rtant 

rtunate 

rtanity 

rttmately 

-muateneBS 

-toned 

:tance 

rtaner 

rtiuent 

rtinently 

rtinence 

rdnency 

rtoning 

rtation 

rdonable 

idence 

ident 

ideotly 

rceptible 

rceptibly 

rceptibility 

rceptibleness 

Msible 

Mwibility 

rceivable 

3«8ively 

Msiveness 

rsaaBible 

ricism 

scisioQ 

rsonate 

riousness 

rsonal 

raunally 

iBonment 

isoned 

isoniog 

olific 

rialist 

rialized 

nlleled 



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mp,r^,bl 

mp,r/,bl 

mp,rt,Vfl 

mp,rt,y,n8 

mp,rt,miit 

nip,rt,r,b,bl 

inp,rt,r,bshn 

mp,rt,rl 

mpfrt,nt 

mp,r^,nt 

mp^,n,t 

mpfrt,nt,\ 

nip,r^,nt,n« 

mp,t^,nd 

mp,rt,n8 

mp, rt,KC 

mp,r^,Qnt 

inp,r^,nnt,/ 

mptHynns 

mp,rt,n^ng 

mp.r.tsha 

mp,r,d,n,bl 

m,pr,dn8 

in,pr,dnt 

in,pr,dat [/] 

iii,pr«,pt,bl 

m,pr«,pt,bl 

ni,pr«,pt,bl,t 

m,pr«,pt,bl,ii« 

ni,pr«,bl 

m,pr«,bl,t 

m,pr«,v,bl 

m,pM,v,/ 

m,prs,v,n« 

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mp,r8z,m 

m,pr«shn 

inp,r«,iit 

mp,r«,n« 

m,pr«,nl 

ni,pr«,nl 

ra,pr2r,n,m,n,t 

m,pr2r,iid 

m,prz,n,ng 

m,pr,/,f,k 

mpfr,l8t 

mp^Tflzd 

m,pr,lM 



imprinted 

imprinting 

imperisbable 

im perishableness 

impartiality 

impartialist 

imprecated 

imprecator 

imprecatoiy 

impracticable 

impracticably 

impracticability 

impracticableness 

imprecating 

imprecation 

impregnable 

impreguably 

impregnability 

impregnate 

impregnated 

impregnating 

impregnation 

impenetrable 

impenetrably 

impenetrability 

im penetrableness 

impenitent 

impenitently 

impenitence 

imponderable 

imponderably 

imponderability 

imponderableneBS 

imponderousness 

impendent 

impendence 

impendency 

impeachment 

impatiently 

impatience 

impugnation 

embodiment 

embossment 

ambassadress 

embezzlement 

embezzled 

embezzling 

emblematic 

emblematical 

emblematicaWy 



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mp,r,8h,bl,n* 

mp,r,«A/,t 

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m,pr,k,td 

m,pr,k,tr 

m,pr,k,tr 

m,pr,k,t,k,bl 

m,pr,k,t,k,bl 

m,pr,k,t,k,b,;,t 

m,pr,k,t,k,bl,n« 

m,pr.kt,ng 

m,pr,ksfan 

m,pr,g,n,bl 

m,pr,g,n,bl 

m,pr,g,n,bl,t 

m,pr,g,nt 

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m,pr,g,nt,ng 

m,pr,g,n8hn 

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mp,n,tr,b1,t 

mp,n,tr,bl,n« 

mp,n,tnt 

mp,n,tnt [/] 

mp,n,tn9 

mp,p,dr,bl 

mp,n,dr,bl 

mp,n,dr,bl,t 

mp,n,dr,bl,n« 

mp,n,dr«,n« 

mp,n,dnt 

m p,n, dn« • 

mp,n»dn,s 

mp,cb,mnt 

mp,8hnt,l 

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mp.g.rifhn 

m,b,d,mnt 

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m,b«,dr« 

m,b2r,Z,mnt 

m,bz,ld 

m,b5r,/,ng 

m,bl,mt,K 



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emboldening 
emblazonment 
emblazoned 
emblazoner 
emblazonry 
emblazoning 
umbriierous 
imbrument ? 

embroidered 
embroiderer 
embroidering 
embracement 
imbursement 
embarrassment 
embroilment 
um b rageousness 
embarkation 
ambushment 
ambitiousness 
ambiguouftness 
embankment 
ampbibioiiBness 
amphibiological 
amphibioiogically 
amphitbeatric 
amphitheatrical 
Amphictyons 
Amphictyonic 
movableuess 
mumblingly 
membrauous 
membership 
Mempbremagog^ 
Mahometauism 
Mahometan ized 
Mahometatiizing 
mammalosist 
memorability 
memorialist 
memorialized 
memorandum 
memorandum-book 
momentously 
momentousness 
momentarily 
metoposcopy 
metoposcopist 
metaplasm 
matableuesB 
metaphyaidsak 



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m,bl2;,n,m,n,t 

m,bl2;,nd 

m,bl2;,nr 

m,bU,nr 

m,bl7,n,ng 

m,br,fr« 

m,br,mnt 

m,br,drd 

m,brd ,r,r 

m,br,dr,ng 

m,br«,mnt 

m,br«,mnt 

m,b,r«,mnt 

m,br,/,mnt 

m,brg«,n« 

m,br,k8hu 

m,b,Bh,mnt 

m,b,«^,n« 

m,b,g«,n« 

m,b,ng,k,imit 

m,f,b«,n« 

m,f,b,/j,kl 

m,f',b,/.j,kl 

m,f,th,tr,k 

m,f,tb,tr,kl 

m,f',k,t,n,k 

m,v,bl,n* 

m,m,bl,ng,i 

m,m,br,n« 

m,m,br,«A,p 

m,m,fr,m,g,g 

m,m,t,n2r,m 

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m,m,/,j«^ 

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m,m,r,/s^ 

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mt,plz,m 

mt,bl,n8 

mt,&8hn 



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metaphysics 

metaphysical 

metaphysically 

metaphorist 

metaphorical 

metaphorically 

metemptosis 

metempsychosis 

metamorphose 

metamorphosed 

metamorphosis 

metamorphosing 

metatarsus 

metatarsal 

metaleptic 

metaleptical 

metaleptically 

metalepsis 

metalliibrm 

mettlesomely 

mettlesomeness 

metallization 

metallurgist 

metallurgic 

metallography 

metropolite 

metropolitan 

metropolis 

matrimonial 

matrimonially 

materialist 

materialism 

meteorologist 

meteorological 

matriculate 

matriculated 

matriculating 

matriculation 

mutinousness 

modification 

Mediterranean 

mediatorship 

midstream 

maidservant 

meddlesomeness 

Middlesex 

moderateness 

modernness 

modernist 



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mt,f2;,kl 

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mt,fr,kl 

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lizod 


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irehended 


m.,,.rud 
m,.,.™.dd 


niiaremeiiibur ° 


mi,r,pra,Qt,ng 


.rehrriiug 


m.,|.rud,i)g 


niinremeinbared 


nu,r,Tn,m,brd 




m.,pr,ii,n. 




ni.,r,ra,tn,br.Dg 




mi,pr,n.ail 


maiorelical 


™,,rf,kl 


*..uii_ci.,g 


nn.pr,ii,in.ng 


misrecilfd 


<ni,»,ld 






misreciliuf! 


nu,r<,t,ng 




mslpr'i.Mliu 


misreUted 


nu,rJ,ld 


towed 


m.,l.«,ld 


mi.™l«li..g 


m..r.tt.ng 




mi.h,gt,n . 


miirelolioa 


DB,r,7.*H 


aed 


.n.,l>.»id 




m.,r,n4d 


lino 


m.,f.i(.n 


""•arrniigiug 


m..r,no.ng 


mived 


mj,m,[B-,i-d 


ini>infi>rm 


niJ..ii,r.r,ni 


iiBgemeiit 






n..,n;f,r:md 


.«ged 


nw,m,njd 




ni».n,f,r,m«bn 


nagiLg 


^;.™.4"s 


mUinforiniiig 


m..n,f,r,m,iig 


um 






ni.,n,tr,prt 


& 


nK.tr,p. 




ni.,ii.lr,pr,td 


in',lr,l>Hlia 


oiiaintorpretittion 


iiu,ii,tr,pr,tihn 


toucU 
rdam 


m.;ttd'.io 


m™a'Lde';iS 


jnj>.n,Ir,prl[ing] 
mj.,n,dr«,td 


St 




niisuudBMlaud 


nu,D4»,tad 


>t«d 


mi'.lriM 




m.,n^r.,tud,ng 


■truka 


ttu.nt.trX 




ln.,n,tlir,p 


"ling 


au.trtl.iig 




m.,n.lhr,p 


3; 


n...tr<..g^ 




nu,n,<.hc,^ 


Dii,t,rt,l 




TO,,^^^a\>. 



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m«.n,tbr.p,H 


malevolent 


m.;,T.W 




m>.D>,lr,kI 


malevolently 


m.l,yM,l 


mUiaitrncted 


Di>,n*,lr,k,td 


malevolence 


m.l,yjnt 




m«,n<,tr.kt,ng 


muliiplei 


mlt,pl,k. 






mfiiliplied 


mmpld 


niscbier-makar 


mJlch'.f,m,kr 


mnltipl city 


mU.pl.,1 


mischief-making 


m.,oh.f;m,k,og 


mullipler 


mU,pl,r 


miaehisvooBly 


m.,ch,v,,l 


multipl cats 


mlt,pl.kt 






multipl cand. 


mll.pl,kBd 


MBUBcbuutM 


TOl'.ch'l.Xl 


multipl cation 


mlt,pi,kshn 




m.,k,i.td 


mulliplicating 


mlt.||l.kt,D6 




m.,k,«,ng 


m,a.frrm 




m..k),klL 




m,a,f,« 


miacBlculated 


m>,h1,ht,td 


multifariously 


m.«.f,«.I 


miscalculating 


m.,kl,kll,Dg 


mullifariousnes* 


ra,U,r.«,n. 


mitcaloutatioD 


m,;klkl,hn^ 




m,fl,td,n« 


miscreated 


nw.kr.ld 




m,i,trl,mnl 


masqueraded 


nu,k,r,dd 




m,(,ir,l,d 




m^k,r,d,ng 




m,t,tTl [iag] 




im,kr,nt 




m.i,d,m,nrfnl 




m,,k,n,td 




m.lM.«> 


miscoaducl 


m>,knd,kt 




m,Z,dr,mI,k 




ni.,knd,k.t,d 


Maelstroora 


m,(.,tr,n, 




ro.,knJ,kl,ng 




m,^fahu 


:i=z'r 


m>,k.n*,p9bD 


malicioiisnew 


Tn.l.th,,n> 


m,;k,n..v 


Melchisedek 


m,(,fei,d,k 


misconceived 


ms,k,n*.vd 


malcrintent 


m,i,k.u,tiii 




mi,k,n<,v,ng 




m./,g,m,ld 




nw,k,D.,tr 




m,/,g,mt.ng 




ms.k.n.,lrd 




m,;,!.""' 




ms.k.iM.tr.kshn 




m,i.g,nnt^ 




ra»,k,nj.k,chr 




m,i,g,u,n.i 
m.r.l.d,n. 




m.,k.nj.k,chrd 


morbidne^ 




C m,,k,no,k,chr. 


marvellously 


m,r,v,i,,( 




' ng 




m.r,vl,.u. 


Muskingum 


inii,k,ng,g,m 


mormuringly 


mr.mrW 
m,H,CM»ba 


misgovern 


mi.g.vni 




misgovernment 


m«,g,vm,mnt 


martyrdom 


m,rl.rd,m 


misgoverned 


mj,g,vmd 


meritoriously 


m.n.rs.i 


misgoverning 


mj.g.vra.og 




m,ri,ri,M , 


misguidance 


m»,g,dj« 




m.rl.rsil 


miserablenees 


mT,r,hW 


marlyrizing 


m,rt,«,ng 




m=,k,l.n. 




m,rt,r,Bh( 


malUbleness 


mJ,pr,k,U 
m,;,bl.n. 


meretriciously 


m.rl,r,sh.^ 


meretricioiiBoeaa 






mj.\z.t,$ 


martiugal 


m.r/.n.gl 


niel'lll.ient 


m,i.fl,nl 


homeward-bound 


m,rd,bud 


mellifluence 


m,/.fi,n. 


murderously 


mrd,r«^ 




m,(,rr,railin 


mirth fulness 


ni,j-,th,fl,o» 




TO,f,f,k,lr 




Tn,T.Wns 



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170 



Bsly 


m,r8,hjt 


mendicant 


ssness 


m,r8,l8,n8 


emancipated 


arily 


m,rs,n,rl 


emancipator 


atlon 


m,rlzKhn 


emancipating 


alness 


m,r,n,fl,na 


municipality 


ntable 


m,r,ch,nt,bl 


emancipation 


place 


m,r,kt,pl« 


emancipationist 


price 


ni,r.kt,pM 
m.r.kt.bl 


manstealer 


able 


manstealing 


ously 


mr^kU^ 


menstraam 


onsness 


Tnr,kl«,n« 


ministered 

• 


anism 


inr,k,n;,[D 


menstraous 


aaized 


mrM.nzd 


monstrous 


aniziDg 


nir,k,nz,ng 


monstrosity 
monstrously 


tent 


fn,n,p,tnt 


tently 


m,n,p,tnt [^] 


mftnstrousness 


teuce 


in,n,p,tn« 


minstrel 


>li8t 


in,ti,p.Z«^ 


menstrual 


>lized 


m,u,p.lzd 


mininterial 


ilizer 


m,n,[»lr,»* 


ministerially 


Dlizing 


m.ii.plr.ng 


minstrelsy 


ilation 


Tn,u,p,/«An 


ministration 


vsent 


in,n,prr,nt 


ministering 


esence 


m,n,pr2r,n* 


monastical 


>Iene88 


tii,n,bl,n« 


monasticaily 


)ag» 


m.n,b.g:r 


raonosyllabie 


kted 


m,Tj,f>,td 


monosyllabic 


itly 


ni,u,f«,t,/ 


manslaughter 


itation 


m,u,(nUhn 


manservant 


'tNig 


m,n,f«< [iig] 


manuscript 


ent 


ni,n,fjf,iit 


mnney -lender 


eully 


m,n,fs,i\t,l 


mineralf»gist • 


ence 


ni,n,f*,n« 


inineralogical 


leBS 


in,n,l1,n« 


monarchist 


ctoiy 


n],n,f,k,tr 


monarchical 


cliir*© 


m,n,f".k,chr 


Manchester 


ctured 


m.n,f,k,chrd 


money-changer 


ctarer 


m,n,t',k.cbr,r 


manageableness 


cturing 


n],n,f,k,chr,ng 


management 


lental 


m,n.m.n,tl 


mensurnble 


jlier 


mnt.p,/,r 


mensnrability 


>bank 


iiint,bng,k 


mentionable 


oreiicy 


mnt,m,r,»,8 


m'lny-colored 


rmt 


m.n.M.rt 


matchlessness 


piece 


in,n,tl.pj» 


maijistrate 


itiablo 


ni,n,t,ii,bl 


magistracy 


nance 


in,n,t,nn« 


magisterial 


imery 


innt,«r,mr 


magisterially 


Iness 


m,n,(hfifn8 


ma^estical 


neat 


m,D,d,mnt 


maieBticalW 



in,n,d,knt 

m,n«.p,td 

m,nj»,p,tr 

m,n«,pt [ing] 

m,n«,p,Z,t 

m,n«,psbn 

m,nff,p,«A,n<f 

m,n«,t,/,r 

m.n«,t,/,ng 

m,n«,tr,in 

m.n«,trd 

m,n«.tr« 

m,n«.tr« 

m,n«,tr«,t 

m,n«,tr«,2 

m,n«,tr«,n« 

m,n«,tr4 

m,n«,tr,l 

m,!M,t,r,l 

m,njr,t,r,Z 

m,n«,tr,;,8 

m,n«^rshn 

Tn,n8tr [ing] 

m,n«,t,kl 

tn,n«,t,kl 

m,nff,/.bl 

m,n8,/.b,k 

m,n«,/,tr 

m,n«,r.vnt 

m,n»,kr,pt 

m,n,M^,r 

m,nr. l.']8t 

m,nr,/j.kl 

m,nr,ks^ 

m,nr,k,kl 

m,n,c}u/r 

m.n,oh.njr 

m,n,i,bl,n« 

m,nj.mnt 

m,n.shr,bl 

m,n.shr,bl,t 

m,n,Rh.n,bl 

m,n. k.lrd 

m.ch/,j»,n» 

mj«,trt 

m,i«.tr,8 

mo«,t,r,l 

m,j«,t,r,i 



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m^esticalness 

major-general 

imaginativeness * 

homogeueoUHuess 

homogeuialness 

measurement 

Macadamized 

Macadamizing 

Maximilian 

Mecklenburg 

micrometer . 

micrometrica! 

microscope 

microscopist 

microscopic 

microscopical 

microscopically 

microcosm 

mechanical nesa 

mocking-bird 



mj«,t,kl,n« 

mjr.j,nr,l 

mg,nt,v,n« 

m,j,iil,ijs 

m.zhr^mnt 

mMd,mzd 

m,kd,mz,ng 

mMsfXiifln 

m,kl,n,br,g 

ro,kr,m,tr 

m,kr,mt,r,kl 

m,kr«.k,p 

m,kr«,k,ps^ 

m,kr5^k,p,k 

m/kr^,k,p,kl 

m,kr«,k«p,kl 

m»kr,k2,m 

ni,k,n4kl,n« 

m,k,ng,b,rd 



magnifiable 

magnificent 

magnificently 

magnificence 

maguificate 

magnificated 

magnificat 

magnetism 

magnetisiied 

magnetising 

magnetical 

magnetically 

magneticniness 

magniloquent 

magniloquence 

magnanimity 

magnanimous 



magnanimously 

minglingly 

manglingly 



in,g,ii,f.bl 

m,g,n,f«,Qt 

m,g,n.f«,nty/ 

m,g,n,f<.n« 

m.g.n,f,k,t 

in,g,n,f,k,td 

ni,g,n,f,kl 

in,g,n,ttr,m 

m.g.Tiftzd 

m,g,n,tz,iig 

m,g,nt,kl 

tn,g,nt,kl 

m,g,nt,kl,iif 

m,g.n1,knt 

m,g,nl,k»i* 

m,g,n,n,m,f 

m,^#nfn,ni« 

m,g,n,n,m«^ 

m,ng,gl,nga 

mfng,gl,ng,I 



Exercise VI. 
Containing words the first consonant-sound of which is •* t.** 



Topsy-turvy 
typical ness 
topgallant 
typographer 
topographer 
typographic 
topographic 
typographical 
typographically 
topograpliical 
topographically 
tableland 
tablecloth 
tabernacle 
tobacconist 
tempestuous 
tempestuously 
tem {>estuousne8S 
temperament 
temperately 
temperaieness 
temporal ness 
temporarily 
temporskriaem 



t,p».t.r,v 
t,p,kl,n« 

t,p/g,^w^ 
t,p,gi-,fr 

t,p,gr.fr 

t^p,gr,f.k 

t,p,gr,f,k 

t,p.gr,f,kl 

t.p^gr.f.kl 

t,p,gr,f.kl 

t,p,grf,kl 

t,bl,/;^^ 

t,bl,kl,th 

t,br,u,kl 

t,b.k,n*/ 

t,mp«,ch# 

t,mp«,ch«,/ 

t,mp«.chff,n9 

t,m,pr,mnt 

t,mp.r<,/ 

t,rap,r/,n* 

t;mp,rZ,n« 

t,mp,r,r,l 

t,mp,r,r,ua 



temperance 

tumefaction 

atmospheric 

atmospherical 

timeserver 

timeserving 

tumultiiously 

tumflltiionsness. 

etymolofiist 

etymological 

etymologically 

timoronsness 

tautologist 

tautological 

tatierdemalion 

taciturnity 

outstanding 

taskmaster 

twelvemonth 

Talmudist 

toilsomenesfT 

telescopic 



t,mp,r7w 

tym,f,kshn 

t,m«,fr,k 

t,m«,fr,kl 

tfms,r,vr 

t,m«.r,v,ng 

t^m,/.ch*,? 

t,m,/.chjj,n* 

t,ra,/,j«^ 

t,m,/.j.kl 

t^m.^jj,kl 

t,m.r*,n* 

t,t,/j»^ 

t.t,/j,kl 

tt,r,d,m,Zw 

tfi,tr,n,t 

t«,tnd,ng 

t«,k,m*<r 

t,/,v,m.n,th 

t,/,m.d«^ 

t,/«,m,n« 

tl9.k,p,k 

t,U,TO,u,k 



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181 



>Tap1iic 


t^gr,f,k • 


tremenduusness 


tr,m,n,d«,iit 


idaess 


t,r,p,d,n» 


terminology 


tr,m.nlj 


xjatioa 


tr,p,deihn 


termination 


tr,m,nsbn 


•tick 


tr,p«,t,k 


tertninationa! 


tr,m,nshn,< 


wichore 


tr>p«,k,r 


termagant 


tr,m,gnt 


icate 


tr,pl,kt 


treatment 


trt,mnt 


ieation 


tr>pl,k8hn 


tortoise-shell 


t,r,t»,»A,Z 


)rific 


tr>pr,f,k 


triturated 


trt,r,td 


3ntine 


tr,pnt,n 


triturating 


trt,r/,ng 


ratable 


tr,bt,bl 


trituration 


trt,r8hn 


dnesfl 


tr,b,d,n» 


traitorously 


tr,tr»,Z 


>le8ome 


tr,bl«,m 


traitorousness 


tr,tr<,n« 


Aeaomeily 


tr,b]s,ni,/ 


outward>bottnd 


t,rd,bnd 


ilesoraeness 


tr,bU,ni,n« 


traducible* 


tr,d«,bl 


ilent 


\T,hM 


tradncingly 


tr,d«,ng,/ 


ilendy 


tT,h,lnt,l 


tradesman 


trdz.mn 


ilence 


tr,b,l»w 


tradeswoman 


trd2:,mn 


eness 


tr,bl,n« 


Terra del Fuego 


t,r,d,Z,f,e 
tr,dshn,l 


latioQ 


tr,h flshn 


traditional 


thuugal 


tr,f,th,ng,gl 


traditionally 


tr,d8hn,Z 


ilgar 


tr.U,gr 


traditionary 


tr,d8hn,r 


ig^y 


tr,fl,iig,^ 


traduction 


trd.ksha 


igneas 


tr,fl,iig,n* 


truthfulness 


tr,th,fl,n« 


stied 


tr,v»,td 


trespasser 


tr»,p«,r 


Btying 


tr,v«,t,ng 


trespassing 


tr»,p»,ng 


ilaess 


tr,vl,n« 


tiresomeness 


t,r8,m,ns^ 


rsable 


lr,vrs,h\ 


terrestrial 


t,r«,tr,l 


rsed 


tr,vritt 


terrestrially 


t,r«,tr,i 


wing 


tr,vr8 Ong] 


trustiness 


tr«^,n« 


pet-tongaed 


tr,nip,t,t,ugd 


trustingly 


tr«/,ng,/ 


peted 


tr,mp,td 


trisyllable 


tr#,/,bl 


peter 


tr,mp,tr 


treasonable 


tr5r,n.hl 


petiDg 


tr,mp,t,ng 


treasonably 


trsr.n.bl 


j\ed 


tr,m,pld 


treasonableness 


tr2r,n,bl,n» 


iling 


tr,m,pl,ng 


trueheartedness 


tr,r,t.d,n# 


)ler 


tr,m,bl,r 


tournament 


t,r7i.mnt 


iling 


tr,m,bl,ng 


triuitarian 


tr,n,t,»it 


3lingly 


tr,m,bl,ng,/ 


trundle-bed 


tr,n,dl,bd 


iphant 


tr,m,fat 


trundled 


tr,n,dld 


iphantly 


tr>m,fat,^ 


trundling 


tr,n,dl,ng 


ivirate 


tr,m,vrt 


trenchant 


tr,n,chnt 


iluusly 


tr,m,l8yl 


transient 


tr^n.shnt 


ilousaess 


tr,in,Is,n8 


treacherously 


tr,chr«,Z 


oated 


tr,m,n,td 


treacherousness 


tr,chr«,n« 


snted 


tr^m.n^td 


torturingly 


tr,chr,ug,i 


jntor 


tr,m,u,tr 


tergiversate 


trj,t?r«,t 


inating 


tr,m,n,t,ng 


tergiversation 


trj,fr«shn 


anting 


tr,mnt,ng 


turgidness 


tr^d^iu 


^Ddons 


tr,m,n,d« 


oatrageo\uine«a 


\,T:\t,\i» 


mdoaaly 


tr,m,D,dsjl 


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tragicalnoss 

tractable 

tractably 

tractability 

tractableness 

attractively 

attractiveuess 

trickster 

trucklebed 

water-closet 

water-colors 

truculent 

truculency 

tniculeiico 

trigonometry 

trigonometrical 

trigonometrically 

watering-place 

truncated 

truncating 

tranquillity 

Irancjuilize 

tranquilized 

tranquilizer 

trauquilizing 

trauquijness 



tr.j.kl,n< 

tr,kt,bl 

tr,kt,bl 

tr,kt,bl,t 

tr.kt,bl,n» 

lr,kt.vl 

tr,kt,v,n« 

tr.ks/r 

tr,kl,bd 

tr.kl;r,t 

tr M,lrz 

trMjlnt 

tr,k,/n,s 

tr,k,^« 

tr,g,n,m,tr 

tr,gn,mt,r,kl 

tr,gn,mt,r,kl 

tr.ng.pla 

tr,ng,k,td 

tr,ng^kt,ng 

tr,ng,kl,t 

tr,ng,kl;r 

tr,i)g,k\zd 

tr,ng,klz,r 

lr,ng,kl2r,ng 

tr,ng,kl,n» 



triangular 

triangularly 

attainableness 

attentiveness 

tantamount 

tantalized 

tantalizer 

tantalization 

tantalizing 

tauntingly 

tenderhearted 

tenderheartedness 

tenderness 

tenantable 

tenantless 

tangibility 

tangibleness 

teuaciousness 

teachableness 

talkativeness 

ticklishness 

autocratical 

Ticonderoga 

technologist 

technicality 

technicalness 



tr,Tig,g1,r 

tr,ng.gl,T^ 

t,n,bl,D« 

tnt,v,n« 

t,n,t,inDt 

tftijtjzd 

tjUttflZtV 

t,n,tflzahn 

t,n,t,/z,ug 

tnt,ng,/ 

t,n,dr,r,td 

t,n,dr,r,td,iu 

t,n,dr,n« 

t,n,nt,bl 

t,n,nt,^ 

t,nj,bl,t 

t,nj,bl,n« 

t,n,sh«.i]« 

t,ch,bl,n« 

t,kt,v,n« 

t,kl,8h.n« 

t.krt.kl 

t,knd ,r,g 

t,k,nlj«f 

t,k,n,kl,t 

t,k,n,kl,a9 



Exercise VII. 
Containing words the first consonant-sound of which is " d." 



Depopulated 
depopulating 
depopulation 
adnptableness 
adaptability 
dif>lomati»t 
diplomatic 
deplorable 
deplr)rably 
deplorableness 
dp pi o redly 
deploringly 
duplicated 
duplicating 
du|)]ication 
deprivation 
department 



d,p.p./,td 

d,p,p,/)5,ng 

d,p,p,/5^n 

d.pt,bl,na 

d.pt.bl.t 

d,pl,m,t;9^ 

d,pl,mT,k 

d,pl,r,bl 

d,pl.7'.bl 

d,pl,r,bl,n« 

d,pl,r,d,/ 

d.pl.r,ng,/ 

d,pl,k,td 

d,pl,kt.ng 

d,pl,kshn 

d,pr,v8hn 

d,prt,aint 



\ 



deportment 

departmental 

deportation 

depredated 

depredator 

depredatory 

depredating 

depredation 

depressingly 

depreciation 

deprecative 

deprecated 

deprecatory 

deprecator 

deprecation 

de\>Tec«vt\Ti^ 

deyeTvd«^3\© 



d,prt,mnt 

d.prt,m,n,d 

d,p.r,t«hu 

d,prd,td 

d,prd,tr 

d,prd,tr 

d,pr,dt [ing] 

d,pr,dshn 

d,pr5,ng,/ 

d,pr.8h$hn 

d.pr,kt,v 

d.pr.k.td 

d,pr,kt.r 

d.pr,k,tr 

d,pr,ksha 

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lant 

lent 

lency 

laucy 

lence 

lance 

ment 

faced 

aited 

ation 

Ating 

-toDffiied 

-dealing 

calness 

astic 

:ation 

able 

atly 

ongal 

veoeas 

meat 

bility 

blenesa 

ibienew 

dness 

»gisticate 

>gi8ticated 

>gi8ticatiug 

ited 

itiug 

iiig 

ition 

ion 

ledly 

aedness 

lent 

ment 

lation 

ntly 

ntial 

Mtial 

ively 

iveuess 

:ene8s 

lable 

lant 

iible 

uvely 

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d^pnd.nt 

d.pnd,Dt 

d,pnd.n,8 

d.pnd,n,8 

d.pnd,n5 

d.pnd,ns 

d.hff.mnt 

d,l>l,f«/ 

d,b,/^,td 

d,b^t8hn 

d,b,Z,tt, [ing] 

d.bl,t,ng,d 

d,bid./,ng 

d,bl,kl,n« 

d.br*,t,k 

d,br,k8hn 

d,f',tg,bl 

d.f,dut [/] 

d.f,lb,ng,gl 

d.fff.v,n« 

d.f«,mnt 

d.f2:.b,/,t 

d,fe,bl.n* 

d,r2:,bl,n« 

d,f3:.d,n« 

d,fl,j»,t,kt 

d,H^j/»,t.k,td 

d.H^}»,t,kt,ng 

d.fl.k.td 

d,H,kt,ng 

d,fl.k,t,ng 

d.H,kshn 

d.H.kflhn 

d,fr,md,/ 

d,rr.m,d,n« 

d,fr,nint 

d,fr,mnt 

d.fr.mslin 

d,frnt [/] 

dSr,n.8kl 

d,fr,n,5W 

d,f,nt,Yl 

d,t*,nt,v,nj» 

d,f',nt.n« 

d,f,nd,bl 

d,r,nd.nt 

d,f.n/r,bl 

d,f,uSfVjl 

dSf n8,ls 

d,f,ns,ls,l 



derenceles8De88 
deficiently 
defectibie 
defectibility 
defectivene88 
devastating 
devastation 
divisibility 
advisablenesfl 
divisibleness 
advisedly 
advisednesa 
development 
devolvement 
divulgence 
advertisement 
divertissement 
divertised 
advertised 
advertiser 
advertising 
advertent 
advertently 
advertence 
diversified 
diversiform 
diversification 
diversifying 
divorcement 
adverseuesa 
divergent 
divergence 
divergingly 
adventurend 
advenlnred • 

adventnresomo 
adventuresomeness 
adventurously 
adventnrousness 
adventurer 
adventuring 
advantageoos 
advantageously 
advantageonsness 
advent itions 
Adventitiously 
advontitiousncss 
advancement 
diving-stone 
I dampifthneM 



d,f.nj,b,n# 

d,f.«A,nt,/ 

d,f,k,t,bl 

d,f,k,t,bl,t 

d,f,k,t,v,n« 

d,v»,tt [ing I 

d,v«^8hn 

d,vr,b,/,t 

d,vz.h\,n9 

d,V5r,bl,n» 

d,v4r,d,/ 

d,Vi;,d,ntf 

d,vl,p,mnt 

d,v1,v,mDt 

d,vlJ7i« 

d,v,r,tZtmn% 

d,v,r,l2:,rant 

d,v,r,t2<i 

d,v,r,lzd 

d,v,r,ty,r' 

d.v,r,t2r,ng 

d,v,r/,nt 

d,v,r^,nt,/ 

d,v,r/,n« 

d,v,r«,fd 

d,v,r*,f,r.m 

d,v,r«,f,k8hn 

d,v,r«,r,ng 

d,vr«,mnt 

d,v,r»,nt 

d,v,r,jnt 

d.v.r^n* 

d,vrj,ng,/ 

d.v.D.chr.ft 

d,v,n-,chrd 

d,v;n,chr*,m 

d,v,n,chr».m,n^ 

d,v,n,cbr«./ 

d,v,n,cljr*,n* 

d.v,n,chr,r 

d,v,n,clir,ng 

d,v,nt,j» 

d.v.nt^j«,Z 

d,v,ntj«,n* 

d.v.nt,sli« 

d,v,nt,8lij?./ 

d.v,nt,sli«,n# 

d,v,ii«,mnt 



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diametrical 

diametrically 

admissibility 

domesticity 

domesticate 

domesticated 

domesticating 

domestical 

domestically 

domestication 

domiciliated 

domiciliating 

domiciliation 

doomsday -book 

demolishmeut 

ndmirability 

admirableness 

demoralized 

demoralization 

demoralizing 

demarcation 

damiiableiiesfl 

diminutively 

diiiiiuutiveuesa 

demanduble 

administer 

demonstrable 

demonstrably 

denioustrubleness 

demoHstrate 

administrate 

admiiiistrative 

demonslrutive 

demonstratively 

demonstrated • 

demonstrator 

administrator 

administratorship < 

administratrix 
demonstrating 
administered 
demonstration 
administration 
administering 
dimiuisiiable 
dimensionless 
diminishiugly 
admixture 
admUtioa 



d,Rit,r,kl 

d,mt,f,kl 

d,m5)b,^,t 

d.m9,t«,t , 

d,m«,t.kt 

d,m«,t,k,td 

d,m<,t,kt,Dg 

d,m<,t,kl 

d,m«,t)kl 

d,m<,t,k8hn 

d,m«,/,td 

d,m«,/,«,ng 

d,m«,/«An 

d,mz,d,b,k 

d,m,/.sh,mnt 

d,m,r,bl,t 

d,m,r,bl,n< 

d,m,r/jt(^ 

d.m,r/it:,ng 

d,m,r,k8hn 

d,m,n,bl)n« 

d,m,n,t,vl 

d,m,n,t,v,n« 

d>m,n,d,bl 

d>m,n«//* 

d,m,n«,tr,bl 

d,m.na,tr,bl 

d,m,n«,tr,bl)ns 

d,m,n«,t,r< 

d,m,n«,t,r^ 

d,m,n.«f,t,r^,v 

d,m,ns,t,r^v 

d,m,ns,t,rf,V)Z 

d,m,n5,t,r.ld 

d,m,n«,t.7*,tr 

d,m,n«,t.7»,tr 

d,m,n«,trt,r,- 

sh,p 
d,m,njj,tr,t.ka 
d,m,n«,t,rf,ng 
d,m,ns,t,rd 
d,ra,n.s^rshn 
d,m,n.5irslm 
d,m,nsir [ing] 
d,m,n,8h,bl 
d,m,n8hn,/« 
d,m,n,sh,ng)/ 
d,m,k«,chr 
d,m,k«,chii 



democratic 

democratical 

democratically 



I dutifulness 



/ 



doubtt'ulnesa 

detriment 

determinable 

determinate 

determinated 

determinative 

detrimental 

determinately 

determinator 

determinating 

determined 

determination 

determining 

deteriorated 

deteriorating 

deterioration 

detractive 

detracted 

detracting 

detraction 

detachment 

dead-drunk 

deducement 

deadly-nightshade 

deud-reckoning 

deductively 

didactical 

didactically 

deathf'nlness 

tleath-darting 

deatli'stroko 

dethronement 

dyspeptic 

disputable 

deceptibility 

despiteful 

despiiefidly 

despiteful ness 

deceptively 

d is putative 

despotism 

disputant 

disputatious 

disputation 

deb^otical 



d,m»kr,tyk 

d^m.krtfkl 

d,m.krt,kl 

dt,ti,n« 

dt,fl,n« 

d,tr,mnt 

dt)r,m»n,bl 

dt,rym,n,t 

dt,r,m,n,td 

dt,r,m,n,t,t 

d)tr)m,n,U 

dt,r,myn,t,/ 

dt,r,m.n»tr 

dt,r,m,n,t,ng 

dt^r^mnd 

dt,rym,u8ha 

dt,r,m,n,Dg 

dt,r,r,td 

dt,r,r/,ng 

dt,r,r»A» 

d,tr,kt,v 

d,tr,k,td 

d,tr,kt, ng 

d^tr^kshn 

dt,ch)mnt 

dd,dr,ng,k 

d,d»,mut 

dd,/.nt,shd 

dd.r,k,n,ug 

dd,kt,vl 

dd.kt,kl 

dd,kt,kl 

d,lh,fl,n« 

d,th,d.r^,ng 

d,tJjs.tr,k 

d,thr,n,m,n,t 

d.?,p,p,t,k 

d*.pt.bl 

d,'«,[)t,bl,t 

d«,pi,fl 

djs.pt.tt 

d«.pt,fl,n« 

d5,pi,vl 

d5,pt,t>v 

ds.pi2:,m 

d*,p,tnt 

d«.pt,8h# 

d«,p,tsba 

d«,pt,kl 



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->tica}nes8 d«,pt,k1,n« 

isable dff,pjr,bl 

liable d.v,pc,bl 

sediiess d«,pe,d,nff 

•ssessed ds,pc«,t 

ssessiug d$,pz«,ng 

•sitioii d«,pjir8hn 

tSBession d«,pi;shn 

isingly d«.pjr,ng,/ 

acement d«,pl5,mot 

accd d«.pl5^ 

acing d«,plA,ng 

eased dSfiAzd 

easedoess da,\)]z,d,n9 • 

easiug d«,p);t,ug 

aat dff.pliit 

»nted d«,plii,td 

pliiied d^.plnd 

pHuariaa da,pln,rQ 

plhiiug d«,pli),ng 

pleship d«,pl,«/t,p 

oliatioa d9,p,/«^n 

easure ds.pl,zhr 

'oportion d»,[)r,\i,7'shn 
-oportionable d;?,pr,p,r.8h,ii,bl 
-oportiouably d«,pr,p,r,8h,u,bl 
oporliouable* } dtf,|)r,p,r,8h,n,- 
} bl,ii« 



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oportionate d«,pr,p,r,8h,nt 
•oporlioiiately d«.pr,p,r.8h,nl,^ 
oportiuiiate* ) d*.pr,p,/,8h,ut,- 



88 

•oportioiial 

•oporiioiially 

•oportioimlity 

♦probatory 

iprubHtiou 

»pr(»ved 

•oved 

)proval 

•oviug 

jproviiig 

^proviiigly 

jrted 

rited 

ritedncss 

«i-ately 

'emteiiess 

jrtiiig 

titing 



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djj,pr,p. rsAn,/ 

d.9,pr,p,r5/tn,/ 

d*,i)r,p,r*Aft,/,t 

d.v,pr.b,tr 

d«,pr,b»hn 

d.<,pr,vd 

cltf,pr,vd 

ds.pi-jvl 

d5,pr,v,ng 

da,pr,v,ng 

d/»,pr,v,ug,/ 

d.«,p,r,td 

d«,p,r,td 

dj?,f»,r.t,d,n5 

d/»,p,r^,/ 

d«.p,r/,n« 

d«.p,r/,ng 



wido'spreading 
dispersed 
dispersing 
disappearance 
disparageraeut 
disparaged 
disparaging 
disparagingly 
dispersion 
despairingly 
despairingness 
disappointment 
'disappointed 
disappointing 
despondency 
despondent 
desponding 
despoudingly 
dispensable 
dispensubleneM 
dispensating 
di^ipensary 
dispensation 
dispensing 
dispassionate 
dispassionately 
d impassioned 
despicai)le 
despicably 
despicabieness 
disobedience 
disoI)edient 
disobediently 
disbelieved 
disbeliever 
disbelieving 
disablement 
disobb'ged 
disobliger 
disobliging 
disobligingly 
disobligingness 
disobligHtion 
disobliffatory 
disburden 
disburdened 
disburdening 
disbursement 
diBbor^ed. 
dUbuiter 



d«,prd [ing] 

d*,p,r«* 

ds,p,r«,ng 

ds,p,r7u 

d«,p.rj,mnt 

dj,p,rjd 

d*,p,rj,ng 

d«,p,rj,ng,/ 

d«,p,r8hn 

d*,p,r,ng,Z 

d«,p,r,ng,ni 

d«,pnt,mnt 

dff,pn,td 

d«,pnt,ng 

d«,pnd,n;a 

d«,pnd,nt 

d«,pnd,ng 

d«,pnd,nff,/ 

d«,p,n«,bl 

d5,p,n«,bl,nj 

d«,p,n«,t,ng 

d«,p,n«,r 

dtf.p^^shn 

d«,p^ [ing] 

d8,p,sk,ut 

ds.\),sh,ntfl 

d«.pshnd 

d^,p,k,bl 

ds,p,k,bl 

d«,f),k,biyn4 

d«,b,dn« 

d^,b,dnt 

d«,b,dut [/] 

ds,bl,vd 

ds,h\,f>r 

d^,bl,v,ng 

dj9,bl.mnt 

dff.bljd 

d«,bl,jr 

d/»,bl.j.ng 

d*,blj.ng,/ 

d«,blt).ng,ni 

d«.bl.gshn 

d«,bl,g,tr 

d«.b,?'fdn 

d«,b,r,dnd 

d«,b,r,dn,ng 

d«.b,r«,mut 



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d.,b,r.,ng 

d<,bn,ild 

di,biid,ng 

d.,f,*rd 

d<,r,e.',r 




dia^tisfai 



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dissaliBryiug 
dials) ling 
dislilmeat 
diitillalioD 
dielribute 
dialri billable 
dislribnlJTO 
diatriba lively 



di»triiitlp(l 



dj.ti.r,k,tr 
d<,i>,f.ki>hn 

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Ct 


d«,tr,kt 


dissolateneM 


dsMfi^ 


let 


d«,tr,kt 


desolateness 


d«,ft,n# 


uctible 


d«,tr,kt,bl 


di8lucated 


d«,/,k,td 


uctibility 


d«,tr,kt,bl.t 


dislocating 


d»,l,kt,ng • 


uctive 


d»,tr,kt,v 


dislocation 


d«,/,k8hn 


actively 


d»,tr,kt,vl 


disreputable 


d#,r,pt,bl 


uctiveness 


d«,tr,kt,v,n« 


disruptare 


d«,r,p,chr 


cted 


d«,tr,k,td 


disruptared 


d«,r,p,chrd 


icted 


d«,tr,k,td 


disrupturing 


d»,r,p,chr,ng 


ictedly 


d«,tr,k,td,Z 


disruption 


d«,r,pshn 


ictedness 


d«,tr,kt,d,n« 


disremember \ 


d«,r,m,m,br 


cfpflchool 


d«,tr,kt«,k,l 


disbarmoniooB 


d«,r.m,n« 


otrjudge 


d»,tr,ktjj 


disheartened 


d«,r/,nd 


ct^ourt 


d«,tr,kt,krt 


disheartening 


d*,r/,n,ng 


cting 


d*,tr,kt,ng 


disordered 


d«,rd,rd 


ICtlDg 


d#,tr,kt.ng 


disorderly 


d«,rd,r,/ 


action 


d«,tr,k8ba 


disordering 


d»,tid,r,ng 


iction 


d«,tr,k8hn 


disrespect 


d«,r«,p,kt 


actionist 


d«,tr,k,8b,n«^ 


disrespectful 


d«,r«,p,kt,fl 


itly 


d<,tnt [/] 


disrespectfully 


d«,r»,p,kt,fl.* 


lating 


d«^,nt,iig 


disrespected 


d«,r«,p,k,td 


aded 


dj$,tn,dd 


disrespecting 


d«,r«,p,kt,ng 


[iding 


d«,tnd,ng 


disrelished 


d8,r,l,8k,t 


iced 


d8,lnst 


disrelishing 


d8yr,l,sh,ng 


icing 


dsjlns [ing] 


disarrangement 


d«,nng,mnt 


ision 


d«^,u8hn 


disarranged 


d»,r,njd 


lation 


d^^.nshn 


disarranging 
disregard 


d<,r,nj,ng 


ct 


d»^ng,kt 


d«,r,grd 


ctive 


d«^ng,kt,v 


disregardful 


d«,r,grd,fl 


ctively 


d»<,ng,kt,vl 


disregardfuUy 


d«,r,grd,fl 


ctiveness 


ds^,ng,kt,v,n« 


disregarded 


d»,r,gr,dd 


ction 


d«^.ng8hn 


disregarding 


d«,r,grd,ng 


guish 


d«/,ng,g,8h 


disorganize 


d«,r,g,n* 


guishable 


d«/,ng,g,8h,bl 


disorganized 


d»,r,g,n2r4 


guishnient 


dj»^,ng,g,8b,mnt 


disorganizer 


d»,r,g,n*,r 


guished 


d«^,ng,g,8ht 


disorganization 


d«,r,g,n2;8hn 


guisher 


d«<,ng,g,8hr 


disorganizing 


d8,r,e,nz,ng 
d«,n,b,td 


gaishing 


d«^ng,g,8h,ng 


disinhabited 


guishingly 


d«^,ng,g,8h,ng,Z 


disinfect 


d«,n,f,k,t 


vantageous 


d«,d,v,nij« 


disinfected 


d«,n,f,k,td 


irantageonsly 


d«,d,v,ntj«,Z 


disinfection 


d«,n,f.k8hn 


eduess 


d«,dd,n« 


disinfecting 


d«,d,f,k,t,ng 


eratum 


d«,drt,m 


disinterment 


d«,nt,r,mnt 


crating 


dj?,drt [ing] 


disinterred 


ds,nt,rd 


ini'ul 


d«,d,n,fi 


disinterest 


d«,n,tr«^ 


iufully 


d«}d,a,fl 


disinterested 


d«,n,|r«,td 


infulness 


ds,d,n,fl,n« 


disinterestedly 


d«,n,tr«,td,^ 


iveness 


dss,y,n8 


disinterestedness 


d4,n,tr«,td,ii« 


ability 


d«,/,b,/,t 


disiaterealui^ 


^,\^VcA;c^ 


tori]jr 


ds,U,rl 


diaeutniXice 


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disentranced 
disentrancing 
disinterring 
decentnesa 
disintegrate 
disintegrated 
disintegrating 
disintegration 
disentangle 
disentanglement 
disentangled 
disentangling 
descendible 
descendibility 
descended 
disHuudered 
dissundering 
descendant 
descending 
disenthral 
disenth raiment 
disenthralled 
disenthralling 
disenthrone 
diseuthroned 
dishonestly 
disenslave 
disenslaved 
diseuslaving 
dishonorable 
dishonorably 
disinherited 
disinheriting 
disunionist 
disenchant 
disenchanted 
disenchanting 
disingenuous 
disingenuously 
disingenuousuess 
disincline 
disinclined 
disinclination 
disinclining 
disincorporate 
disincorporated 
distucorpo ration 
disincorporating 
idiosyucra tical 
idioayacrasy 



dA(,n,tm«^ 

d«,n,tr7i« [ing] 

d«,n,i,r,ug 

d«.ut,n« 

d/t,nt,grt 

d£,nt,gr,td 

d,«.nt,grt,ng 

d«,nt,grshu 

d«,nt,ng,gl 

ds,nt,ng,gl,mnt 

d«,ut,gld 

d«,nt,ng,gl,ng 

d«,nd,bl 

d.v,nd,bl,t 

d«,n,dd 

ds,n,drd 

d«,n,dr,ng 

ds,nd,nt 

d«,nd,ng 

d«,n,thr,l 

d«,nythr,/,mnt 

ds,n,thr,ld 

d5,n,thr,^,ng 

d«,n,thrn 

d«,n,thrnd 

d«,n«,t,/ 

d«,us,^,v 

d.«,n«,/,vd 

dj?.ns,/,v,ng 

d«,nr,bl 

d«,nr,bl 

d«,n,r,td 

ds,n,W,ng 

iiis,n,\\8t 

d«,n,chnt 

d«,n,ch,n,td 

d«,n,chut,ng 

dj»,nj,n« 

d«,n.j,n«,/, 

d«,n.j,n8,n« 

d«,n,kln 

d,su,klud 

d5,n,kl,n8hn 

d5,n,kl,n,ng 

d«,n,kr,prt 

d«,n.kr,pr,ld 

d«,n,kr,prshn 

d«,n,kr,prt[ing]' 

d5,n,krt,kL \ 

d«,a,kr,8 



disincarcerate 

disincarcerated 

disincarcerating 

disengagement 

disengaged 

disengagedness 

disengaging 

discharged 

discharger 

discharging 

disjointed 

disjointedly 

disjnintedness 

disjointing 

disjunctive 

disjunctively 

disjunction 

discoverable 

discovered 

discoverer 

discovering 

descanting 

discounting 

disquietness 

disquisition 

disqualified 

disqualification 

disqualifying 

disclaimed 

disclaimer 

disclaiming 

disclosed 

discloser 

disclosing 

disclosure 

discolored 

discoloration 

discoloring 

descriptive 

descriptively 

discrepancy 

description 

describable 

described 

describing 

discriminate 

discriminative 

discriminatively 

dlacrimiuated 



d«,n,krf,fi 

d«,n,krs,r,td 

d«.n,kr«,r^,ng 

d«,n,gj.mnt 

d«,ii,ggd 

d«,n,g.jd^ 

d«,ch,rjd 

d«,ch,rjr 

d<,ch,rg,ng 

d«j,n,td 

d«.j,u,td^ 

d«j,nt,d,n« 

d»,jut,ng 

d«.j.ng,kt,v 

d»j.ng,kt,yl 

d»j,ngshii 

d«,K,vr,bl 

d«,k,vrd 

d*,k,vr,r 

d«,k,9r,ng 

djfyknt [ing] 

d«,knt [ing] 

d«,kt,n« 

d«,kcabn 

d«,kl,fd 

d«.kl,f,k8hn 

d«,kl,f,nff 

d5,kl,ma 

d«,kl,mr 

ds,kl,m,ng 

di8,]s\zd 

ds,klz,r 

d«,klz,ng 

ds,kl,zhr 

d«,k,/r(2 

ds,k./r«A>n 

d»,k,/r,ng 

d«,kr,pt,v 

d«,kr,pt,vl 

d«,kr,pn,8 

d«,kr,pshn 

d«,kr,b,bl 

d« kr,bd 

d«,kr,b,ng 

d«,kr,m,n,t 

d«,kr,m,n,t.v 

d«,kr,m,ii,t,vl 

ds,kr,m,n,td 



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189 



discriminator 

discri minateneM 

discrimiDating 

discrimination 

desecrated 

discourtesy 

discreetly 

discreetness 

desecrating 

discredit 

discreditable 

discredited 

discrediting 

discarded 

discordant 

discordantly 

discordancy 

discarding 

discursive 

discursively 

discursiveness 

discoursed 

discursory 

discoursing 

discourteuos 

discourteously 

discouragement 

discouraged 

discourager 

discouraging 

desecration 

discretion 

discursion 

discretional 

discretionally 

discretionary 

discountable 

discount-day 

discounting 

discountenance 

discountenanced 

discountenancing 

disack now ledge 

disacknowledged 

disack now lodging 

doskishness 

disgusted 

disgusting 

disguisement 

^MBgreeable 



d«,kr,myn,tr 

d«,kr,m,n,t,n< 

d«,kr,m,n,tfng 

d«,kr,m,nsbn 

ds.kr,td 

d«,k,r^,s 

d«,krt,i 

d«,krt,n« 

d«,krt,ng 

d«,kr,dt 

d«,kr,dt,bl 

d«,krd,td 

d«.krd»t,ng 

d«,k,r,dd 

d«,k,r,dnt 

d«,k,r,dnt [/] 

d«,k^,dn,s 

d«.k,rd [ing] 

d*,k,r«,v 

ds,k,r<,v,Z 

d«,k,r«,Vyn« 

d.v,k,r<,r 

djt,k,r«,ng 

d«,k,r,cb« 

dsMtTjChSfl 

d«.k,rj,nmt 

d«.k,rgd 

d».k,ror 

d«,k,rj,ng 

d«.krshn 

d«,krsbn 

dxjk^rshn 

d«.krshn,Z 

d«,krHhn,Z 

d«,kr8bn,r 

d«,k,nt,bl 

d«,knt,d 

d«,kut [ing] 

d«,k,nt,nn« 

d«,k,nt,n,n<^ 

d«,k,ut,n,n«,ng 

d«.k,n1J 

d«yk,nlgd 

d«.k,nl.j,ng 

d«,k,8h,n« 

d«,g«.td 

d«,g«< [ing] 

djf,gz,mnt 

ds,grM 



disagreeably 

disagreeableness 

disagreement 

disgraceful 

disgnicefully 

disgracefulness 

disgraced 

disgraciiig 

disgorgement 

disgorged 

disgorging 

disgracious 

dismalness 

disastrous 

disastrously 

diseased ness 

dissolvable 

dissolvableness 

dissolvent 

desirableness 

deservedly 

deserviugly 

desirousness 

desirousless 

discernible 

discemibly 

discernibleness * 

discernment 

discerningly 

designative 

designated 

designator 

designation 

designnting 

dilapidated 

dilapidation 

dilapidating 

deliberative 

deliberatively 

deliberated 

deliberately 

deliberateness 

deliberating 

deliberation 

duleiVilness 

deliverance 

delight fulness 

delightsomely 

delightaomeuiMi^ 

ad\ulentod 



d*,gr,bl 

d«,gr,bl,ns 

d«,gr,mnt 

ds.gr«,fl 

d*,gr»,fl 

d«,gr«,fl,ns 

d»,gr«^ 

d«,gr#,ng 

d«,g,rj,mnt 

d«,g,r.^d 

d«,g.rg,ng 

d«,gr,shs 

d2:,m,/,ns 

d2:,8,tr« i 

dZfSMSfl 

d2:,zd,n« 

d2r,/,v,bl 

dz,/,v,bl,ns 

dxr,/,vnt 

d2r,r,bl,nt 

dr,r,vd,Z 

d2r,r,v,ng,i 

dz,r8,n» 

6z,r8,ls 

dz,r,n,bl 

d3r,r,n,bl 

d;;,r,n,bl»ns 

d2r,m,mnt 

dz,r,n,ng,Z 

dz,g,nt,v 

d2r,g,n,td 

d2r,g,n,tr 

dz^g,nsha 

d2:.g,nt,ng 

d,/,pd,td 

d,/,p,d8bn 

d,/,pd,t,ng 

d,/,brt,v 

d,/.brt,vl 

a,/,br,td 

d,/,brt,/ 

d,/,br,t,ns 

d,Z,brt fing 

d^brshn 

d,/,fl,ns 

d\,vms 

dylty%n$ 

dfli8,m,l 



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adalterately 
adnlterateness 
adalterating 
idolatrously 
adulterously 
adulterized 
adalterizing 
dilatoriness 
adulteration 
delusiveness 
dolesomeness 
dilacerated 
dilacerating 
dilaop ration 
deliriousness 
diligJMitly 
duliciousness 
dnluotahle 
(loloctably 
dol(«ctahl<*ne88 
dinlocticinn 
dmlHotioal 
dlult'iMirnlly 
diiiltnMioA 
dolinUtMioM 
dwt«lling-(>laco 
di^titupitMit 
dt»liiH|iit»ncy 
Itydropathist 
tln>f)8ical 
adorableness 
diirableness 
draughtsman 
direfulness 
odoriferousness 
dwarBshness 
dramatist 
dramatized 
dramatical 
dramatically 
drumstick 
dreadful ness 
dressmaker 
hydrostatics 
hydrostatical 
hydrostatically 
dressing-room 
dereliction 
adornment 
derangement 



d,ll,rt,ng 
d,/,tr«,/ 
dtlt,r8,l 
d,l,tvzd 
d,/,trz,ng 
d,/^,r,n« 
d,lt,r8hn 
dl«,v,n5 
d,l8,xHfTi8 
d,l8,r,xd 
d,l8,rt,ng 
d,l8,r8hn • 
d,^,r«,n» 
d,Zjnt [/] 
d,lf8k8,n8 
d,l,kt,bl 
d,l,kl,bl 
d,l,kt,bl,n« 
d./.k,tshn 
d,l.kt,kl 
d.l.kt.kl 
tl,/,k,t,k2f 
d,l,kt,n« 
d./,ng,pl* 
' d,/,ng,knt 
d,/.ng,kn,8 
dr.pjtW 
dr,pa,kl 
dr,bl,n« 
d,r,bl,n5 
dr,f,t2r,mn 
d,r,fl,n« 
dr,fr«,ns 
d,r,f,«A,n» 
dr,m,t«^ 
dr,mjtzd 
dr,mt,kl 
dr,mt,kl 
dr,m5,t,k 
drd,fl,n« 
dr5,m,kr 
dr«,tt,k8 
dr«,tt,kl • 
dr«,tt,kl 
dr«,ng,r,m 
d,r/,kshn 
d,r7i,mnt 
d,r,nj,mnt 



Dorchester 

directress 

directness 

hydrographer 

hydrographical 

drinkable 

drunkard 

drunkenness 

denominated 

denominator 

denominating 

denomination 

denominational 

identification 

denotement 

denticulated 

identicalness 

dancing- master 

dancing-school 

denouncement 

d enunciated 

denunciator 

denunciation 

deiiunciating 

dangerously 

dangerousness 

dangerousless 

denationalize 

denationalized 

denationalizing 

wood-engraver 

wood-engraving 

degenerated 

degenerately 

degenerateness 

deeeneratinsr 

degeneration 

dejectedly 

dejeotedness 

decapitated 

decapitating 

decapitation 

decampment 

documentary 

dictatorial 

ductileness 

doctor's-commons 

doctrinal 

docXnti«\Vj 



d,r,clufr 

dr,k,tr« 

dr,kt,n« 

dr,gr,fr 

dr,gr,f,kl 

dr,ng,k,bl 

dr,ug,krd 

dr,ng,kntn» 

d,n,m,n,td 

d,n,m,n,tr 

d,n,m,n,t,ng 

d,n,m,nahn 

d,n,m,n8hii^ 

dnt,f,k8bn 

d,n,t,mnt 

d,n,t,k,/,td 

d,n,t,kl,n« 

d,n«,ng,m«tr 

d,n8,ng8fk^ 

d,n,n«,mnt 

d,u,n,shytd 

d,n,n,sht,r 

d,n,n,^hn 

d,n,n,sht,ng 

d,n.jrs./ 

d,njr«,n» 

d,n,jrs,/« 

d,nshn,/2r 

d,nshn,lzd 

d,nshn,/2r,ng 

d,n,gr,2;r 

d,n,gr,v,ng / 

do.nr,td 

dj,nrt,/ 

d,j,nrt,n# 

d.j,nrt,ng 

dj.nrshn 

dj,k,td,/ 

dj.kt,d,n# 

d,k,pt,td 

d.k,pt,t,ng 

d,k,p,t8hn 

d,k,mp,mnt 

d,k,mut,r 

d,kt,t,W 

d,kt,^,n« 

d,k,tr2r,k,niiM? 

d,k,tr,nl 

d,k,tr,nl 



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191 



dexterity 

dextrous 

dextrously 

.dextruusness 

declamatory 

declamation 

declarative 

declaration 

declension 

declination 

decrepitude 

beadqoarten 

dogmatist 

dogmatism 



d.k«,t,r,t 


dogmatizer 


d,g,m,tr,r 


d,k«,tr« 


dogmatizing 


d,g,m,tar,ng 


d,k«,tr«,/ 


dogmatical 


d,g,mt,kl 


d,k»,trs,n« 


dogmatically 


d,g,mt,kl 


d,kl,mt,r 


dogmaticalness 


d,g.mt,kl,n« 


d,kl,m8hn 


deglutition 


d,gl,t»hn 


d,kl,r/,v 


daguerreotyper 


d,g,r<,pr 


d,kl,r8hn 


daguerreotyping 


d,g,r«,p.ng 


d,kl,nshn 


degradation 


d,gr,d8hn 


d,kl,nshn 


degradingly 


d,grding,^ 


d,kr,p,td 


digressively 


d,gr«,v,Z 


d,k,r,tr4 


degamished 


d,g,r,n,8ht 


d,g,m,t«< 


degamisbing 


d,g,r,n,8h,ng 


d,g,m,tr,m 







Exercise VIII. 

Cdntaining toords the first consonant-sound of which is the wHis* 

rERED " th" (as in ** thin**). 



Though tfhlnefls 

thougntlessness 

atheisticdiness 

tiierapetttics 

thriftless 

tiiriftiness 

thermometer 

aathoritatively 

mnthoritativeness 

threateningly 

thirstiness 

hathenticalness 

•othenticated 

anthsnticatbg 



tht,fl,n« 

tht,i«,ns 

ths,t,kl,n< 

th,r,pt,k5; 

thr,ft,/» 

thr,ft,n« 

thr,m,m,tr 

th,rtyt,v,l 

th,r^,t,v,n< 

thn,n,ng,Z 

thr«,l,n« 

th,n,t,kl,n» 

thnt,k,td 

thnt,kt,ng 



authentication 

tbunder-bolt 

thunder-storm 

thunder-stroke 

thunder-struck 

thunder-shower 

thunder-clap 

ethnographic 

theocratical 

thankfulness 

thank-offering 

thanksgiving 

thanklessness 



thntjkshn 

th,n,dr,b4t 

th,n,dr«,tr,m 

th,u,dr«,tr,k 

tb,n,dr«,tr,k 

th,n,dr,«i,r 

th,n,dr,kl,p 

th,n,gr,f,k 

th,krt,kl 

th,ng,k,fl,n« 

th,ng,k,fr,ng 

th,rig,k»,g,v,ng 

tb,ng,kU»n« 



Exercise IX. 

Containing words the first consonant-sound of which is the spoken 

* " th" (as in *• thy"). 



Withdrawment TH.dr,nmt 
^vithdrawing-room TH^dr^ng^r^m 
ivithstander TH«)tnd,r 



withstanding 

thenceforth 

thenceforward 



TH«,tnd,ng 
TH,n»,f,r,th 
TH,u«,f,r,rd 



N 



tHOKOGEAPHIO 1 



EXBRCISB X. 

Gmtaining words, Oiefirtt eomoKOHt-aoimd of-uikieh is 



Bpiteful^.^ 
Beptember 
Bpottedness 
spotleasneSB 
eeptuagint 
spec location 

specifically 

Bpecificalnesa 

Bpifmodio 

auppositiotial 

Bupplement 

iapplemeatal 

Bttpplemeatiary 

Btlpplaut«d 

BuppIiiiDtly 

Bpt inter 

splintered 

splintering 

Bplenetical 

Bpleadid 

splendidly 



Bopplicated 

eupplicator 

sapplioatory 

supplicating 

sepulchred 

sepulchroL 

EuppUcanC 

BeparabiliCy 
EaperiLbuoda 



»pt!lj',n* 
sptjnt 
sps,f,kBlin 
jips.f,kl 

irpi!f!kl,iu 

spishn,! 

<tpl',ni,n.t! 

»plB,td ' 
»plnt [(] 

•pint.rd 

<plnt,r,ng 

spl,D,t,k 

»pl,n,t,kl 

«plD,dd 

«pln,dd,j 

ipl,k,'d' 

8pl,k,tC 

gpl.kt.r 

irpl,kt,ng 

«pl,krd 

spi,kr,l 

«pl,knt 

spl.kaha 

«pr,bn,dDt 



superviaed 

BuperTisor 

supervising 

aupervieion 

Bperm&ceti ^r,mi,t 

supereminently »pr,ni,n,nt,I 

BUpersmi nonce flpr,m,n^ 

supportable 3p,r(,bl 

aupportablene^s sp,rf,bl^ 

iprighlfully 



iperiLDuociant «pr,bn,ilDl 

ipecabundantly spr.bD.dnt [l] 

iDerabcand ipr.b.n.d 

(pr.bn.dnj 



Buperabcand 

Buperubundanu 

Euperuboundin 

Buperltciea 

superfluity 

superfluously 

auperScial 
auperSciallj 



0pi, t,>M 
tpi,t,3ht 



jpr,Ti,r 
»pr,Ti,ng 
^r,Tihli 



iprtgfl, ni 

>prt,d,Q* 
Bp.rtzjiiil 
>p,r,U,at 

»p,r(,lu 

•p,r/,ng^ 

(pr«,tr,k,alu 

iprs.t^A* 



sprightfulM 

spiritedly 

Bpirit«daess 

sportsmita 

apirituousnesa 

Bpititunlity 

apiriclesa 

spiritualist 

spiritualized 

sprightliness 

separatenesa 

spoPtingly 

supers tructure 

BDperatitioasly 

ftupei-stltion 
superceded 
supersidias 
supercedure 
superceding 
BUperijjlioua 
supercilioualy 

spruceaess 
sparsenesB 
spuriousness 

supBracribe 
superscribed 
superscribing 

saperlotive .jn,!.,. 

super laAively »pr,;t,Tl 

\ 8apet\at«etteBa bjt ,H ,1 ,-o» 



tprf,ds 
spr»,d,og 



s kHmtin 
ipra,kr,b 
iprs.kr.bd 
sprB,kr,b,ng 



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193 



mnnated 

inauating 

ntend 

ntended 

ntendent 

ntendlng 

ndnce 

nduced 

iidacing 

latural 

latnrally 

ingelic 

excellent 

$xcellenc9 

ed 

ing 

ngly 

itigness 

sargo 

^ide 

;halt 

^nees 

Lgness 

Dgness 

:le 

:led 

:ler 

ling 

.neity 

meous 

iieously 

.neousnesis 

ihrift 

s-eihanked 

ness 

maker 

lessness 

asness 

iousness 

asness 

eilness 

tor 

tress 

al 

cle 

cled 

iman 

able 

atire 

\tiYely 



tfpr,n,td 

«pr)n,t,ng 

«prnt,nd 

«prnt,n,dd 

«priit,nd,nt 

9prnt,nd,ng 

«pr,n,d5 

»pr,n,d«f 

»pr,n,d*,ng 

*pr,n,chr,l 

«pr,n,chl',/ 

«pr,ng,/,k 

*pr,Ar*,/nf 

«pr,k«,/ntf 

«p,r,kld 

»p,r,kl,ng 

»p,r,kl,ng,/ 

ap,r,kl,ng,n5 

flpr,k,r,g 

*pr,ng,td 

«pr,ng,lt 

»pr,ng,ti« 

j»p,r,ng,n» 

8,p,r,ng,n5 

«pr,ng.kl 

«pr,ng,kld 

«pr,ng,klr 

5pr,ng,kl,ng 

«pnt,n,t 

«pnt,n9 

tfpnt,n«,/ 

«pnt,n9,ns 

«p,n,d,thr,ft 

«pnd/,M,ng,kt 

spnstr 

«pnj,n« 

«p,ch,m,kr 

8p,8h8,n8 

B,j>,shs,n8 

8p,8h8ill8 

BtJtyShltJlS 

«p,kt,tr 

«p,kt,tr« 

«p,k,tr,l 

«p,kt,kl 

«p,kt,kld 

«p,kz,mn 

«p,kl,bl • 

sp,k,H,T 

tp,k,/tiYl 



speculatireness * 

speculated 

speculator 

speculating 

speculation • 

spikenard 

spangled 

spangling 

subvertible 

sub Version 

subrerter 

subverting 

subversive 

submissively 

submissiTeness 

submerged 

submerging 

subterfuge 

subtrahend 

subterraneous 

subterranean 

subtract 

subtracted 

subtracting 

subtraction 

subtended 

subtending 

subdivided 

subdividing 

subdivision 

subdominant 

Sabbath-breaket 

substitute 

substituted 

substituting 

substitution 

substratum 

substantive 

substantively • 

substance 

substantiate 

substantiated 

substantiating 

substantial 

substantially 

substantiality 

substantials 

subsidized 

Bubsidlzmg 



«p,k^f,T|]I9 

fp,k,/)td 

fp,k,/,tr 

«p,k,/^,ng 

8-pikj8hn 

«p,k,nrd 

»p,ng,gld 

«p,ng,gl,ng 

«b,vrt,bl 

ffbfVrshn 

«b,vrt,r 

»b,vrt [ingj 

«b,vr*,v 

8b,m8,Y,l 

ffb,ms,v,n9 

»b,m,rgd 

«b,m,r^,ng 

«bt,r,fg 

«bt,r,nd 

«bt,r,ns 

sbt,r,nn 

«b,tr,kt 

«b,tr,k,td 

«b,tr,kt,ng 

«b,tr,k6lm. 

«bjtn,dd 

«b,tnd,ng 

«bd,v,dd 

«bd,vd,ng 

«bd,Vzhn 

«bd,m,n,nt 

«b,th,br,ki' 

9b5)t,t,t,d 

5b«,t,t,ng 

5b^,t,tshn 

«b«,trt,m 

*b»,tnt,v 

ab»,tnt,v,/ 

8hs,tns 

«b«,tn,8li,td 
«b«,tn,sht,ng 

8hSyt,TiLf8hl 

8hs,t,Hf8hl 
8h8,t,n.i8hlfi 
8h8ftinf8hlz 
8h8,dzd 



pBonaaiupaio word-boos i 



BpitefiilnesD 

September 

Bpottcdoegs 

Bpotlessness 

Eeptu^int 

Bpecificution 

epecificitl 

speoificallj 

Hpecifioaloeag 

Bpaemodic 

suppositional 

Bupplemental 

BUpplementary 

Btlpplanted 

Buppliantly 

BplinUr 

spUatered 

splinMriug 

Bplenetic 

BplcDdid 

splendidly 

Bpleenishiiegg 

supplicated 

supplicator 

supplicatory 

supplicating 

sepulchred 

sepulchrnl 

Bupplicant 

sapplication 

BeparabilUy 

BuperobunilnQt 

Buperabuuiinntly 

BuperiibundancB 

BUperabouniiing 

superficies 

superfluity 

superfluous 

Buperfluoualy 

superfluous ness 

Buperficittl 

soperfieially 

supeiGeUIueM 



ExEHClSB X. 

■ uwiij, diefirit amsotiant-tound of-tehich U " a." 
tptiO.nt BVperTised itpi,Tzd 

»ptjnt 
3ps,f,l[shn 



3pi,rcd,k 

«pl!m,n,tl 
«pl,mnt,r 
apln.td 
(plot [/] 

iplnt,rd 
*plat,r,ng 
»pl,D,t,k 
«pl,n.t,l[l 

fp1n!dd,f 

jpl.k.'d 

apl,k.tr 

»pl.kt,r 

«pl,kt,Da 

spl.krd 

»pl,kr,l 

spl.kut 

<pl,kaho 

jpr,bn,ilDt 
3pr,bn,dnt [/] 

Spr,bn,dns 
jpi',b,nid,iig 

?Va\ 

spr,f,shl 
ipT,t,a/iI 



su^ryisor 


»pr,va,r 


BuperTising 


»pr,«ng 


snpervisiou 


«pr,Tzlm 


spermticeti 


«pr,ni»,t 


supereminenllj 


<pr,Di,n,nt^ 


supercminoiiOB 


apr.m.nju 


supportable 


^,r*,bl 


supportiLbktnesa 


Jtp,ri,bl^ 


sprigbtlully 


Sprt,fl 


sprigbtfiilQMi 


8prt,fl, lu 


Bportivences 


•P,Tt,J,^ 


spiritedly 


»prt,d,/ 


SpiritednesB 


>prt,d,iu 




•p.rtz.mn 


Bpirituouaneaa 


Bp,r,t!,n» 


spirituality 


sprt.i.t 


spiritless 


»prt,;j 


spiritualist 


•prt,« 


spiritoaliicd 


aprt, Izd 


eprighlUneaa 


»prl,(,n» 


sepftratenesB 


»p.rt,nj 


sportingly 


»f,rl.Dg,l 




spr»,tr,k,olU 


superatitioua 


sprs.t^Aji 


superstition sly 


»pr<,t^A»,I 


supers titiouaoess 


apTS,t,aA3JBl 


superstition 




superceded 


sprs.dd 




»pr».d« , 




spr»,d,r 


superceding 


*pr»,d,ng 


supertdlioua 


»pr»,(» 


superciliously 


iprs.h,l 


superciliousness 


sprs,!«,n» 


spruce nesa 


■prj.iu 


sparsenoss 


ip,r*,ni 




»p.rs,n. 


superscription 
superBCnbe 


spr*,kt',pslill 
«prs,kr,b 


superscribed 


*pr.,kr,bd 


superscribing 


*pr*,kr.b.ng 




*pr,rt,v 


superlatively 


^r,H,vl 


superlativenesB 


q.r.«,T.w 


enpernunierHry 


*Sr.aM.r,r 



PHONOOAAPHIO WORD-BOOK NO. th 



IdB 



animated 

anauating 

intend 

Intended 

Intendent 

intending 

induce 

induced 

inducing 

natural 

naturally 

angelic 

excellent 

excellenco 

ted 

ling 

Ingly 

litigncBS 

zargo 

;tide 

;halt 

;iness 

igness 

ngness 

de 

ded 

tier 

tling 

meity 

ineous 

ineously 

meousnests 

thrift 

e-flhanked 

er 

iness 

imakcr 

ilessness 

usness 

dousness 

•usness 

alness 

ktor 

itress 

•al 

kcle 

icled 

$man 

table 

latiye 

Latively 



drpr,n,td 

«pr)n,t,ng 

5prnt,nd 

«prnt,n,dd 

«priit,nd,nt 

9prnt,nd,ng 

«pr,n,d« 

spTjUidst 

«pr,n,d«,ng 

*pr,n,clir,l 

apr,n,chl',/ 

«pr,ng,/,k 

STpTykSflnt 

syTjksJns 

«p,r,kld 

»p,r,kl,ng 

«p,r,kl,ng,/ 

ap,r,kl,ng,n5 

flpr,k,r,K 

«pr,ng,td 

«pr,ng,lt 

«pr,ng,ti« 

«p,r,ng,n» 

B,p,r,ne,n5 

«pr,ng.kl 

«pr,ng,kld 

«pr,ng,klr 

5pr,ng,kl,ng 

«pnt,n,t 

«pnt,n« 

tfpnt,n«,/ 

9pnt,n9,n8 

«p,n,d,thr,ft 

«pnd/,s^»ng,kt 

spnstr 

«pnj,ns 

«p,ch,m,kr 

8p,ch,ls,ns 

8p,8flS,n8 

s,p,«A«,n5 

spjShSiUs 

B,j>y8hl,na 

/?p,kt,tr 

«p,kt,trs 

»p,k,tr,l 

«p,kt,kl 

«p,kt,kld 

«p,k;s,mn 

«p,kl,bl 

«p,k,Arf,y 

«p,k,/<,vl 



speculativeness * 

speculated 

speculator 

speculating 

speculation • 

spikenard 

spangled 

spangling 

subvertible 

Bubtersion 

subrerter 

subverting 

subversive 

submissively 

submissiyeness 

submerged 

submerging 

subterfuge 

subtrahend 

subterraneous 

subterranean 

subtract 

subtracted 

subtracting 

subtraction 

subtended 

subtending 

subdivided 

subdividing 

subdivision 

subdominant 

Sabbath -breaket 

substittite 

substituted 

substituting 

substitution 

substratum 

substantive 

substantively • 

substance 

substantiate 

substantiated 

substantiating 

substantial 

substantially 

substantiality 

substautials 

subsidized 

subsidizing 

subsistence 

subsisting 



«p,k,/^T|]IS 

fp,k,/,td 

^,k,/,tr 

«p,k,/^,ng 

«p,k,/«An 

«p,k,nrd 

«P»'t»g.gld 

»p,ng,gl,ng 

«b,vrt,bl 

«b,vr8hn 

«b,vrt,r 

«b,vrt [ingj 

«b,vr»,v 

«b,m«,Y,/ 

8\),m8,Y,n8 

«b,m,rgd 

#b,m,r^,ng 

«bt,r,fg 

«bt,r,nd 

8ht,r,n8 

«bt,r,nn 

«b,tr,kt 

«b,tr,k,td 

«b,tr,kt,ng 

«b,tr,kslin. 

«bitn,dd 

«b,tnd,ng 

«bd,v,dd 

«bd,vd,ng 

«bd,Vzhn 

«bd,m,n,nt 

«b,th,br,kif 

SbSitytjt 

«bs,t,t,t,d 

sb«,t,t,ng 

jbs,t,tshn 

«bs,trt,m 

«b9,tnt,Y 

«b«,tnt,v,/ 

sbsjtns 

sb9,tn,sht 

«b9,tn,8h,td 

«b9,tn,sht,ng 

8h8it,n,8hl 

sh8,tiU,ahl 

8h8,t,nt8hl,i 

8h8fi,ni8hlz 

8h8,dzd 

8h8,dz,jig 

8h88,tn8 

9bM,t,ng 



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Bubserved 

Bubserving 

BUbservient 

Bubserviently 

Bubservience 

Bubserviency - 

Bubscription 

subscribe 

subscribed 

subscriber 

subscribing 

subsequent 

subsequently 

subsection 

sublimated 

sublimating 

Bublimeness 

sublimation 

subaltern 

soberminded 

Bobermindedness 

subordinate 

subordinated 

subordinately 

subordinating 

subordination 

subornation 

subjective 

subjectiyely 

subjected 

subjecting 

subjection 

subjugated 

subjugating 

subjugation 

safety-valve 

softhearted 

sophisticate 

sophisticated 

sophistical 

sophistically 

sufiferableness 

sphericalness 

safeconduct 

sufficiently 

sevenfold 

seventeenth 

savings-bank 

sempiternity 

sempiternal 

Bympathetio 



«b*,r,vd 

«b«,r,v,ng 

*b«,r,vnt 

«b«,r,vnt,/ 

•b«,r,vn» 

«b5,r,v,n,s 

6b«,kr,plm 

«b5,kr,b 

«b5,kr,bd 

«b5,kr,br 

«b«,kr,b,ng 

shs^t 

«b«,knt,/ 

«b9,kshn 

«bl,m,td 

«bl,mt [ing] 

«bl,m,n« 

sbl,tnshn 

sb,ltfrn 

sbr,m,n,dd 

«br,m,n,dd,n« 

«b,r,d,n,t 

5b,r,d,n,td 

«b,r,d,n,t,/ 

«b,r,d,n,t,ng 

ab,r,d,n8hn 

«b,r,ushn 

«b,j,kt,v 

5bg,kt,vl 

«bj,k,td 

«bj,kt,ng 

*bj,kshn 

«bj,g,td 

5bj,gt,ng 

5bg,gshn 

«ft,v,/,v 

«ft,r,td 

9f«,t,kt 

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«f5,t,kl 

«fe,t,kl 

«fr,bl,n5 

«f,r,kl,n5 

«f,k,n,d,kt 

«f,«A,nt^ 

«vn,f,ld 

«vnt,n,th 

«v,ngz,b,ng,k 

*mp,tr,n,t 

«mp,tr,nl 

«mp,th,t,k 



sympathetical 

sympathetically 

sympathised 

sympathiser 

sympathising 

simplified 

simplification 

simpleton 

simplest 

simplicity 

simpleness 

simperingly 

symbolized 

symbolizatipn 

symbolizing 

semblance 

symbolical 

symbolically 

semitransparent 

semitransparency 

symmetrical 

symmetrically 

smoothfaced 

Seamstress 

semicircle 

smallpox 

simultaneous 

simultaneously 

simultaneousness 

smouldering 

smallcraft 

smartness 

somniferous 

somnambulist 

somnambulism 

somnolent 

somnolency 

somnolence 

sumptuousness 

stupefaction 

stepmother 

stupidness 

stipulated 

stipulating 

stipulation 

stupendous 

stupendously 

stupendousness 

stipendiary 

steppins-stone 

stuDbedness 



«mp,tht,kl 
smp,th.t,kl 
sm'pyihzd 

«mp,th2,ng 

«mp,/»fd 

^mp,/,f,kahn 

«mp,//,n 

^mp,/«/ 

fmp,/^5 
tfm,pr,ng,/ 

SlTLyhlzd 

«m,blzsh]i 

«m,bl,kl 

«m,bl,kl 

«m,tr,njr,p,nrf 

«m,tr,nj?,p,nil 

9mt,r,kl 

«mt,r,kl 

«m,TH,&< 

smSyirs 

«m^,r,kl 

«m,/,p,k* 

smyit^ns 

SmyltyllSyl 
Sm, It yTiSyUS 

5m,/,dr,ng 

4m,/,kr,ft 

sJhyrtyUs 

smyHyfrs 

smyn,m,h,lit 

smyUymyhylzflL 

smyiiylnt 

SmyHylllyB 

smytiylns 
stnyChSyTLs 
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stpjiyds 

StpJlydSyl 
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iw- 



lished 

lishing 

>oniiie88 

tftilness 

eoked 

poffioe 

bled 

bling 

blingblook 

ilaiiye 

ilated 

ilating 

ilant 

neringlj 

minster • 

lenffine 

lohful 

ment 

smuL 

imanship 

itics 

itioal 

itician 

holder 

linesfl 

sringly 

fast 

ousness 

eeoope 

Taotor^ 

factorily 

iMtion 

lerland 

inship 

om 

'eeding 

tment 

iled 

ing 
inees 
Oiftil 
legist 
stite 
ling 

eling 
ation 
apet 
Blet . 
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ifjrii 
xmc 



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8Tbn»n« 

Bt^,n« 

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stmp^ 

8tm,bld 

^ftn^bl^ng 

«ftn,bl,ng,bl,k 

stm,U,Y 

stmJttd 

8tm,lt;ng 

stmjnt 

Bt,m,n8tr 

$tm;a^n 

^/in,k,fl 

«ft,innt 

9/te,mn 

9ft«,m^^hp 

stis,t,ka 

«^t«,tshn 

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8ttyl,n8 

vrt,ngj 

8td4^t 

8td£,n8 

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9t9,f,k,tr 

9t5,f,k,tr,/ 

«t5,f,kshn 

8tz,r,lnd 

9ir,n^h,p 

«/l,b,m 

«/l,fd,ng 

«tl,mnt 

atlt,fl 

8tltyt,ng 

«tld,n9 

BtJ^st 

8tlyk,tt 

#tr,pl,ng 

«^r,Yl»ng 

«^r,Y8hn 

9tr,mp,t 

«tr,m,/^ 

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8trt;pi 



stereotyping 
Stratford 
straitwaistooat 
startled 
startling 
straightened 
straightening 
'straightness 
stratagem 
strategic 
straitjaoket 
straddling 
sturdiness 
Austerlits 
astrologer 
astrological 
stempost 
astronomer 
astronomical 

astronomioalljr 

strenuously 

strenuousness 

astringent 

stringent 

estrangement 

estranged 

strangely 

stranger 

strangeness 

astringenoy 

estranging 

histrionical 

starchamber 

storekeeper 

strawcutter 

strictly 

strictness 

strawcolor 

strawcolored 

stricture 

structure 

strikinglr 

Ostragota 

stargazer 

stargazing 

struggled 

struggling 

strengthlesa 

strengthen 

strengthened 

■trengtlmiBf 



«/rf,p,ng 

*trt,frd 

«trt^t,kt 

8tTyt\d 

«/rt,l,ng 

etrt,nd 

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«trt,n» 

«trtj,m 

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9trtJ,kt 

9tr,dl,ng 

8tr,d;nM 

B,tr,/Jr 

B,tr,/3,kl 

«^r,n,p9^ 

Bt,r,n,mr 

st,m^,kl 

0t,m,m,kl 

str,n9,n» 

«t,r,njnt 

«tr,njnt 

st,r,nj,nint 

«t,r,ngd 

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st,r,nj,n,s 

8t,r,nj,ng; 

st,r,njcl 

«fr,ch,m,br 

8tr,k,pt 

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8tTXt,ns 

«tr,k,/r 

9tTyk,lrd 

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st,r,g,th 

atTygZyV 

8tT,gz;ng 

^r^ld 

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9tr,ng,th,lf 

jtr^igithn 

^r^,thnd 

8tr,ng,thMlt 



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■troDghold 


rtr.l.g.ld 


Buapander 


«.pi»4^ 


■trui|[l«d 


«r,ng^d 


iUBpeodiog 


u,pBd^ 




*tr^g,g^*n 




B.,pjuhn 


■trikngling 


«r,ilg^Ug 


■BBpieiouBly 


BM.pMl^ 


■trmgineHi 


rtr,ng,n* 


BDapiciousneiB 


B«,p.«A>^ 


itantorUn 




■oapected 


M,p,k.(d 




Bt,nt*h» 




B«,p,kt^ 




et,ijt*h»^ 


BjatematiBt 


Mt,m,trt 




■t,nt,8h»ji» 




«Bt,m,ti 




Bt.Il,tBbD 


8jst«matizBd 


<Bt,m,tril 




itud,Ti 


Bystematiier 


Wt,m,t.^ 


staadnrd-be&rar 


.(nd,rd.b^,r 




mt,m,U^ 




■t.IU.bl 




..t.mt,k^ 


MUamhW 


et.nj.,bl 


ByBtematical 


«t,iiit*l 


Bt,Il.,b,/,t 


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nt,mt,kl 


■tonyhearted 


*tn,r,ld 




>at,inz8hii 


Btftnocliaew 


»to,obju 


B^t«mi«ns 


mt^^ 


gtingiDMS 


«(nO,o» 


oiB-atlantio 


B3,t,MJC 


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B(,ii^h,ng,J 


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sj,t,n.bl 




B/^^h,ng,n* 


guataiameot 


B(,t,n^,llA 


■tonMQtter 


*(n,k,tc 




B3,t,ll,t»hll 


■tonwjutting 


((n,l[t,ng 






stenography 


."..gr.f 


BacetS 


B»,r,™t 
s«,r,a,tl 


Htonogrftpher 


»tii,gr,fr 


eMnographio 


»to,ar.f,k 






£Ee" 


»'Q,gr.f,kl 
.lk.Br,kr 


Bchisniatical 


si!mt,kl 




Bi,mt,kl,ii> 


■tookatill 


.(k»,t,l 




ez,it,bl,n> 


sboicalnew 


rt,kl,n# 


BUeplessQEEB 


«/,bl,Q. 




frk,^dr 


Bolableocsa 


Btockjobbing 


B(kJ,br 


salcabloness 


«;,bl,n» 


.(k3,b.ng 


celebrated 


»/,br,td 


itigDwtiie 


*fg«>.ti 


celebrating 


»/,brt [ing] 




*<g,m,UiI 




^/.brshn 




rtg,iiiU,ng 


BBlubrioualy 


»;,br«,/ 


itaggeringly 


«rg.ng,/ 


ealubriouaneaa 


</,br«,iu 


•tAgnuit 


*(g,nnt 


ayllabicatioD 


a/,bJrHhn 


■iBgnatiDn 


>db,iit 




«/,f,r.td 


MdulaasueM 


salphurating 
sulphur ouslj 




eedonUrily 


»<lnt,r^ 


sulphur ouBueM 


tl,U)^ 


BodenUriaeaa 


»d,n,ti-.iw 




»l,T,bl,t 




»d^A*,ii, 


Bolvablenesa 


«/,T,blw 


Bontbeastern 


*th^,trn 


slaTstrade 


■;,T,trd 


■outhirestern 


.tl",t,rii 


sloTenlinesa 


*l.y.iAw 




»THr,ii,nu( 


Blavishnesa 


ttW^hZ 


anaceptible 


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slumbered 


./;.n.brd 




i»,pt,bl,t 


tlumberer 


«/,m,br^ 


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fJ,m,br,w 


■nipiraUon 


t.p,rshn 




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•».pn4d 


salamaiider 


■IjiiAdr 



PHOKOGRAPHIO WORD-BOOK NO. U. 



191 



inked 


8l,m,iizd 


Burmonntable 


w,m,n,t,bl 


mization 


«/,m,nz8lm 


surmountableness 


«r,m,n,t,bl,n9 


mizing 


«/,m,nz,ng 


surmounted 


OT}m,n,td 


etre 


«/^,pt,r 


surmounting 


n',mnt,ng 


iness 


«/,tr,n« 


ceremoniousness 


«r,m,n«,n« 


iriness 


8ltfr,T13 


sermonized 


«r,m,nzd 


Ariness 


slt,r^ii8 


sermonizing 


«r,m,ne,ng 


ernly 


8lttm,l 


ceremonialness 


«r,m,nl,ns 


shness 


8l,t,8h,IlS 


certificate 


*r^f,k,t 


ishness 


8lft^h,JlS 


certainness 


8rt,n,Ti8 


ifioiktion 


<s/,d,f,kshn 


swordbelt 


«rd,b,lt 


Ltously 


8l8,t8tl 


swordblade 


wd,bld 


itor-general 


«l*,tr,j,nr,l 


sordidness 


«r,dd,ns 


itial 


«U,t,shl 


Sardanapalus 


8r,d,n,pl8 


itousness 


8l8yt8yn8 


sarsaparilla 


8rs,p,rJ 


itation 


8l8,tti\lB. 


surreptitiously 


«r,pt^h«,/ 


iform 


«/^,f,r,m 


surrendered 


*m,drd 


lered 


8lnd,Td 


surrendering 


*m,dr,ng 


lerous 


8lnd,r8 


Serineapatam 
searchableness 


*^»'^g»g»pt»'tt 


idricity 


«/,n,dr««t 


«r,ch,bl,n« 


ierously 


8lnd,rs,l 


surcharged 


»r,ch,rjd 


lerousness 


8lnd,r8,n8 


surcharging 


*r,ch,rj,ng 


ierly 


8lndyrJ 


sarcophagus 


«r,k,f,g» 


ierer 


8lnd,r,r 


circuitously 


*r,k,t*,/ 


idrio 


8lnd,r,k 


sarcastic 


*r,kj,t,k 


idrical 


8lnd,r,'kl 


sarcastical 


»r,k«,t,kl 


lering 


8lnd,r,iig 


sarcastically 


*r,k*,t,kl 


lo^raphy 


»/,n,gr,f 


circulable 


*r,kl,bl 


•gistio 


«/J«,t,k 


circulated 


»r,kl,td 


gistical 


«/,j:^,t,kl 


circulating 


• *r,klt,ng 


gistically 


«/J«,t,kl 


circulation 


«r,klshn 


gization 


«/Jz8hn, 


cerographio 


»r,gr,f,k 


erlike 


«/Jr,/,k 


synoptical 


»n,pt,kl 


tman 


«/,k,t,mn 


snappishness 


«n,pt,kl»n« 
*n,D,rnt 


tness 


8\,k.t,JlS 


sunburnt 


^ishness 


8l,gtBh,US 


snubnosed 


8n,\)fiizd 


assingly 


«r,p«,ng,/ 


sinfulness 


811y^,JlS 


assingness 


*r,p«,ng,na 


scientifical 


»,nt,f,kl 


lusage 


*r,pl«,j 


scientifically 


*,nt,f,kl 


rised 


8r,^Tzd 


sanitiveness 


«nt,y,n« 


rising 


*r,prz,ng 


St. Vincent 


«nt,y,n«,nt 


risingly 


«r,prz,ng,/ 


St. Thomas 


irut,t,m^ 


entine 


*r,pnt,n 


sentiment 


«nt,mnt 


>wflilness 


«r,fl>n5 


sentimental 


«nt,mnt,/ 


iceable 


«r,v5,bl 


sentimentality 


«nt,mnt,/,t 


ioeably 


*r,v5,bl 


sentimentalist 


«nt,mnt,^^ 


iceableness 


*r,v«,bl,n« 


St Domingo 
scintillated 


»nt,d,ip,ng,g 


Lleness 


*r,vl,n« 


«n,t,/,td 


eyor-general 


*r,v,rj,nr,l 


scintillation 


8n,i,l8hn 


Ingmaid 


*r,v,ng,m,d 


centripetal 
centriliigal 


«n,tr,p,tl 
ra>tf^,gl 


ingmaa 


«r,y,ng,mn 



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ntOffOORAPHIO WOBD-BOOK 90. ff. 



oentrality 

centralize ^ 

centralization 

Hententious 

Bententiously 

sententioasness 

syntactic 

syntactical 

St. Augustine 

synthetical 

synthetically ^ 

sensibility 

sensibleness 

sensitively 

sensitiveness 

senselessly 

Bcmselessness 

censoriousness 

sincereness 

censorship 

Ginoinnatus 

Sanscrit 

synonymously 

sensualized 

sensualness 

censurable 

censurably 

cynicalness 

synchronous 

synchronism 

Bueakingnoss 

snakingness 

Sigismund 

sojournment 

skepticism 

skeptical 

skeptically 

skepticalness 

scapegrace 

scampering 

squcamishnoss 

Scotticism 

Scotland 

cicatrized 

cicatrizing 

sectarianism 

skittishness 

sixpence 

sixfold 

successful 

■accossftilly 



«n,tr,/,t 

aHitTylzshn 

«nt,n,sh5 

gnt,Ji^hs,l 

«nt,k,t,k 

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«n,tht,kl 

«n,tht,kl 

m8yhj,% 

8ns,\>\,n8 

sn8,tyjl 

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sus,lsj 

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8n8yr,n8 

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«n,n,m«,f 

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snyshilyna 

«n,shr,bl 

«n,8hr,bl 

«n,kl,n9 

«n,kr,n9 

«n,kr,n2r,m 

«n,k,ng»n« 

«n,k,n^,n9 

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»j,rn,mnt 

«k,p»t«2;,m 

tfk,pt,kl 

«k,pt,kl 

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sktylnd 

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successively 

sequestrate 

sequestrated 

sequestrating 

sequestered 

sequestering 

sequestration 

sexagenarian 

succinct 

succinctly 

succinctness 

sculptor 

sculpture 

scalpin^knife 

Sclavonic 

auscultation 

squalidness 

scholastic 

sclerotics 

scholarship 

psychological 

scrupulous 

scrupulously 

scrupulousness 

scrupled 

scrupling 

scripture 

scriptural 

scribbled 

scribbler 

scribbling 

sacrificed 

sacrificer 

sacrificing 

scrofulous 

sacrificial 

scurviness 

scrivener 

scramble 

scrambled 

scrambling 

sacrament 

Sacramento 

sacramental 

skirmish 

skirmisher 

skirmishing 

secretiveness 

scortatory 

scrutator 



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8k8j;igykiJ 

«k5,ng,1A,nt 

«k,/,p,tr 

«k,/,p,chr 

«k,/,p,ng,n/ 

«kl,vn,k 

s,k,/,tshn 

«k,/,d,n« 

OSiylSyXlySL 

8kl,rtykz 

sk.JiryShi'g 

«k,/JJcI 

«kr,p,/9 

«kr,p,/«,/ 

SkTy^ylSynS 

«kr,pld 

«kr,pl,ng 

*kr,p,chr 

*kr,p,chr,l 

«kr,bld 

*kr,bl,r 

«kr,bl,ng 

akTyfzA 

SkXyiZyX 

«kr,fz,ng 

*kr,f,/« 

«kr,f,M/ 

*kr,v,n« 

*kr,v,nr 

«kr,m,b/ 

«kr,m,bld 

«kr,m,bl,ng 

«kr,mnt 

«kr,m,n,t 

tfkr,m,n,tl 

tfkr,m,sh 

«kr,m,shr 

«kr,m,sh,ng 

skrt,v,n« 

«k,rf,t,r 

«krt,tr 

«krt4U 



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199 



Borutinize 

Bcratinized 

scrutinizing 

flocratical 

sacredness 

scarceness 

scarrilonslj 

scarrilousness 

sacrilegious 

sacrilegion&ly 

sacrilegionsness 

scantiness 

scantling 

scandalous 

scandalously 

scandalqusness 

scandalize 

scandalized 

scandalizing 

secondrate 

squandered 

scoundrel 

squandering 

secondhand 

seconding 

Schenectady 

0ignificatiye 



«krt,n4r 
skrt,xizd 

«krt,kl 
«krd,n« 
8k,r8,n8 

8k.yT,l8,l 

akyrlSfUS 
«kr,/g9 

SkTjl^SjTiB 

9k.,ntyiis 

^,nt,l,ng 

8k.nd,ls 

8k^d,\a,Jis 

akndjz 

skudylzd 

<k,nd,Ir,ng 

«knd,rt 

«kBd,rd 

«knd,r,l 

«knd,r,ng 

«knd,nd 

«k]id,ng 

«k,n,kt,d 

«g,n/,k,t,T 



signifioatiyely 

significatiYeness 

significant 

significantly 

significance 

significancy 

signification 

signalized 

signalizing 

sagaciousness 

songstress 

sanctified 

sanctifier 

sanctiflcation 

sanctifying 

sanctimony 

sanctimonious 

sanctimoniously 

sanctimoniousness 

sanotitude 

sinkingfUnd 

singularity 

singularly 

singleness 

sanguinariness 

singingmaster 



sg,nXk,t,vl 

*g,n,f,k,t,v,n* 

«g,n,f,k,nt 

«g,n,f,k,nt^ 

*g,n,fJiLn« 

«g,n/,kn>s 

«g,n^,k8hflL 

sgynlzd 

*g,nlc,ng 

«g,sh9,nj 

«ng«,tr« 

«ng,kt,fd 

»ng,kt/,r 

«ng,kt,f,kslm 

*ng,kt,f,ng 

mg,kt,m>n 

«ng,kt,m,n« 

«ng,kt,m,n9,/ 

«ng,kt,m,ns,iu 

«ng,kt,td 

*ng,k,ng,ftxd 

«ng,gl,r,t 

«ng,gl^,/ 

«ng,gl,n* 

*ng,g,nr,n« 

»ng^g,m#<r 



Exercise XI. 
Containing words the first amsonant-sound of which u 



*• « »» 



Husbandman 
husbaadless 



z,bnd,mn 
z,bnd,/« 



zoographioal «rgr,f,kl 

zoographically zgr,fjkl 



EXBROISE XII. 



Containing loords the first eonsonant-sound of which is ** L.** 



Helpfulness 

lapis-lazuli 

h^plessness 

libidinously 

libidinousness 

elaborateness 

libertinism 

laboriousness 

liberallst 

liberalized 

liberalizing 

labyrinthiui 



/,p,fi[»n5 
/,p«,/ar,/ 
/,p,/«,n« 
/,b,d,n9,/ 

lyhydyJlSynS 

tyh,rt,ns 

l,hT,t,nz,m 
/,b,r*,n« 

lyhrjst 

lyhr,lzd 

/,br,/ar,ng 

/,br,n,t)m 



lubricated 

lubricating 

alphabetical 

alphabetically 

laughableness 

left-handed 

life-string 

lifelessness 

laughing-stock 

livery-stable 

Livingston 

loving-kindneBS 



/,br,k»td 
/,br,kt,ng 
/,f,bt,kl 
/,f,bt,kl 

/,ft,n,dd , 
ly£8,iT,ng 

lyfiUyliS 

//,ng«»tjt 

/,vr*,t,bl 

/>v>iigp,tn 

i»y,Jig,VM;Ds 



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limpidness 

all-important 

lumber-room 

limberness 

Willi amsport 

Williamsbargh 

lamentable 

lamentably 

lamentation 

luminoosness 

light-fingered 

latitudinous 

latitudinal 

latitudinarian 

light-headedness 

lightsomenesa 

lute-string 

letter-press 

alterability 

alterableness 

ultra-marine 

ultra-montane 

ultra-mundane 

helter-skelter 

literalists 

alternatiye 

alternated 

alternately 

alternating 

alternation 

lightning-rod 

laudableness 

old-fashioned 

well-disposed 

ill-disposed 

Oldenburg 

ludicrously 

ludicrousness 

healthfulness 

lithontriptic 

lithographer 

lithographic 

lithographical 

lithographically 

loathsomeness 

low-spirited 

low-spiritedness 

all-sufficient 

all-sufficiency 

lasciviousness 

lustfulness 



/,mp,d»n« 

/,mp,r/,nt 

/,m,br,r,m 

/,m,br,n« 

/,nu,p,rt 

/,m*,br,ff 

/,m,n,t,Dl 

/an,n,t,bl 

/,m,n,t8hn 

//^,ng,grd 

/^,td,n« 

//,td,nl 

/f,td,nrn 

lt,dd,ji8 

It8,m;ii8 

/to,tr,ng 

/,tr,pr« 

/*,r,bl,t 

/f,r,bl,ntf 

/,tr,m,n,tn 

/,tr,m,n,dn 

/,tr«,k,/,tr 

l,tr.,l8t 

/f,r,nt,v 

/^,r,n,td 

/*,r,nt,/ 

//,r,nt,ng 

/f,r,nshn 

«,n,ng,rd 

/,d,bl,n« 

/,d,f,shnd 

l,dSf^zd 

l,d8,pzd 

/,d,n,br,g 

IjdfkrsJ 

/,d,kr«,n« 

/,th,fl,n9 

/,th,n,tr,pt,k 

/,th,gr,fr 

/,th,gr,f,k 

/,th,gr,f,kl 

/,th,gr,f,kl 

l,TH«,m,n« 

/«,pr,td 

/5,prt,d,n5 

^,f,«A,nt 

/«,y«,n« 
/«,t,fl,n« 



listlessly 

listlessness 

illustrative 

illustratively 

illustrated 

illustrating 

illustriousness 

illustration 

all-sustaining 

licensable 

licentiously 

licentiousness 

lordliness 

learnedness 

lurking-place 

well-intentioned 

lenticular 

lenticularly 

landmark 

landtax 

landscape 

landholder 

landlord 

woolen -draper 

lonesomeness 

lanceolated 

ill-naturedly 

ill-naturedness 

longitudinal 

longitudinally 

lecherousness 

Icgibleness 

elegibleness 

algebraical 

algebraically 

legitimately 

legitimateness 

legitimat'ng 

legitimist 

legislative 

legislated 

legislator 

legislature 

legislation 

legerdemain 

logicalness 

lusciousness 

lucubration 

liquefaction 

electrified 

electrifying 



/«,tr,t,v 
/«,trt,vl 
/«,tr,t,d 
^,trt [ing] 

l8,tT8^S 

Istrahn 

/,8«,tn,ng 

l«,n«,bl 

l«^^h«A 
l«,n,sh«,n9 

lrdyl,ns 

/r,nd,u« 

/r,k,ng,pU 

/,nt,n8hnd 

/n^k,/,r 

/ndan,r,k 

lnd,tX' 

/,ncbjL,p 

Indylydr 

IndflfTjd 

/n,dr,pr 

/,n«,m,n« 

/,n«,/,td 

/,n,chrd,/ 

/,n,chrd,n« 

/,n,j,td,nl 

^>niij)td,nl 

liCh.V8,JXS 

/j,bl,n* 

/j,bl,n» 

/j,br,kl 

/j,br,kl 

/^t,mt,/ 

/^t,m,t»ns 

/Jt,mt [ing] 

/^«,/,tr 
/jj«,/,chp 
lijsyhhn 
/jrd,mn 

l^yklyUS 

l,8hs,Xi8 

/,k,brshn 
2,k,f^hn 
/,k,tr,f,d 
/J(»tr,f,ng 



PHONOGRAPHIC WORD-BOOK NO. ] 


n. 2( 


rometer 


/,k,tr,m,tr 


loquaciousness 


l^lLyShByUB 


romagnet 


/,k,tr,m,g^t 


elocutionist 


/,k3h,n5^ 


romagnetism 


/,k,tr,m.g,n,t2r,m 


electioneer er 


/,k^hn^,f 


romugnetic 


/,k,tr,m,g,nt,k 


electioneering 


/,k,shn,r,nLg 


po-type 


/,k,trt,p 


allconquering 


/,k,ng,kr,ng 


picitv 
rized 


/,k,tr«,t 


looking-glass 


/,k,ng,gl« 


I ikftr zd 


Heliogabalus 


/,g,b,/» 


rising 


/,k,trz,ng 


logomachist 


/,g^,k*f 


rical 


i,k,tr,kl 


logarythmio 


/,gr,th,m,k 


rically 


/,k,tr,kl 


logarythmical 


/,gr,tli,m,kl 


kdaisical 


/,k,d^,kl 


luxuriously 


hgx,r8,l 


andria 


l,ks,nydr 


luxuriousness 


l^z^ra^HM 


ander 


/,k9,n,dr 


luxuriant 


lygz^rfit 


mdrine 


/,k«,n,drii 


luxuriantly 


iyg'Syrnt^l 


ography 


/,k«,k,gr,f 


luxuriance 


ligz,ms 


ographer 


/,ks,k,gr,fr 


well-grounded 


/,gr,n,dd 


agton 
Lomond 


/,k«,ng,tn 


longprimer 


/^g,pr,mr 


/,k,/,mnd 


longsuffering 


/,ng*,f,r,ng 


•ymatory 


/,kr,m,tr 


long-continued 


/,ng,knt,nd 


v^armness 


/,k,r,m;n« 


languidness 


liiig,gdiiw 


onfounding 


/k^,fnd,ng 


lingeringly 


l,ng.gr,ng,/ 


aditioned 


/k^iijdslmd 


languishingly 


/,ng,g,Bh,ng,/ 



Exercise XIII. 
lontainwg words the first consonant-sound of which is " R." 



iblished 

blishing 

blican 

blicanize 

blicanism 

blicanized 

blicanizing 

blication 

tableness 

dancer 

sodical 

sichord 

alability 

alableness 

Isiveness 

icement 

mtable 

inted 

mting 

enished 

Bnishing 

ication 

obated 

obating 



r,p,b,/^A,t 

r,p,b,/,M,ng 

r,p,b,/,kn 

r,p,b,/,k,nr 

r,p,b,/,k,n7,m 

r,p,b,/,k,nsd 

r,p,b,/,k,ns,ng 

r,p,b,/,kshn 

r,pt,bl,nJ 

r,p,d,ns,r 

r,p«,d,kl 

r,p*,k,rd 

r,p,/,bl,t 

r,p,/,bl,n« 

r,p/5,v,n5 

r,pl«,mnt 

r,pl,n,t,bl 

r,pln,td 

r,plnt,ng 

r,pln,8ht 

r,pln,sh,ng 

r,pl,kshn 

r,pr,b,td 

r,pr,b,t,ng 



repairability 

reparableness 

reproyablfi 

reprovableness 

reprimand 

reprimanded 

reprimanding 

repartition 

reproduced 

reproducer 

reproducing 

reproductive 

reproduction 

repressible 

Harper's Ferry 

represent 

representable 

representatite 

represented 

representer 

representant 

representation 

representing 

reprinted 



r,p,r,bl,t 

r,p,r,bl,n# 

r,pr,v,bl 

r,pr,v,bl,n* 

r,pr,mnd 

r,pr,m,n,dd 

r,pr,mnd,ng 

r»p,r,tslm 

r,pr,d5* 

r,pr,d5,r 

r,pr,d«,ng 

r,prd,kt,v 

r,prd,kshn 

r,pr*,bl 

r,prz,f,r 

r,prz,nt 

r,pr«,nt,bl 

r,prz,nt,t,v 

r,pr«,n>td 

r,pr«r4i,tr 

r,pr«r,nt,lit 

r,pr;r,n,t8hB 

r,pr;r,nt,ng 

r,prn,td 



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reprlAtixiff 

reprehended 

reprehending 

reprehensible 

reprehensibiUty 

reprehensibleness 

reprehensorj 

reprehension 

reproachable 

reproachableness 

reproachful 

reproachfully 

repurchased 

repurchasing 

reapportionment 

reapportioned 

reapportioning 

reappointment 

repentant 

repentance 

repcntingly 

rapaciousncss 

repugnant 

repugnantly 

repugnance 

rebaptized 

rebaptizing 

rebatement 

arbitrable 

arbitrament 

arbitrated 

arbitrator 

arbitrating 

arbitratrix 

arbitrariously 

arbitrarily 

arbitrariness 

arbitration 

reobtainable 

robustness 

reabsorbed 

reabsorbing 

robustuously 

robustuousness 

reblossoming 

rebelliousness 

harbormaster 

rubricated 

rubricating 

rubicundity 

refomented 



r,pmt,ng 

r,pr,n,dd 

r,prnd,nff 

r,pr,n*,bl 

r,pr,n«,b,/,t 

r,pr,n«,bl,n« 

r,pr,n«,r 

r,pr,Dshn 

r,pr,ch,bl 

r,pr,ch,bl,nj 

r,pr,ch,fl 

r,pr,ch,fl 

r,pr,ch5^ 

r,pr,ch*,ng 

r,p,r«An,mnt 

r^^rsknd 

r,p,rshn [ing] 

r,pnt,mnt 

r,pn,tnt 

r,pn,t7u ^ 

r,pnt,ng,/ 

r,p,«A«,n« 

r,p,g,nnt 

r,p,g,nnt^ 

y,p,g,nrw 

r,b,p,t«d 

r,b,p,t2r,ng 

r,bt,mnt 

r,b,tr,bl 

r,b,tr,mnt 

r,b,tr,t,d 

r,b,tr,tr 

r,b,trt,nc 

r,b,tr,tr,li:5 

r,b,tr,r*,? 

r,b,tr,r,/ 

r,b,tr,r,n* 

r,b,trshn 

r,b,t,n,bl 

r,b«,t,n« 

r,b«,r,bd 

r,b*,r,b,ng 

r,b*,ch«,/ 

r,b«,ch»,n« 

r,bl«,m,ng 

r,b,l«,n* 

r,br,nw/r 

r,br,k,td 

r,br,kt,ng 

r,b,k,nd,t 

r,f,m,n,td 



0* 



refomenting 

refulgent 

refulgently 

reflective 

reflected 

reflector 

reflecting 

reflectingly 

reformatiye 

reformatory 

reformation 

rcfortified 

refortifying 

refrangible 

refrangibility 

referential 

refrigerate 

refrigeratiye 

refrigerated 

refrigerant 

refrigerating 

refrigeration 

refreshment 

refreshingly 

refreshingness 

refractive 

refracted 

refractory 

refracting 

refraction 

refinement 

refinedness 

revivalist 

revisitation 

revealment 

revolutionist 

revolutionize 

revolutionized 

revolutionizing 

revolutionary 

reverberate 

reverberated 

reverberating 

revertible 

reversible 

reversedly 

reverseloss 

reverently 

reverenced 

reverential 

reverentially 



r,f,ihDt,ng 

r,f,/Jnt 

r,f,/ jnt \l\ 

r,fl,k,t,y 

r,fi,k,td 

r3)k>tr 

r,fl,k,t,ng 

r,fl,k,t,ng,/ 

r,f,r,mt,v 

r,f,r,m,tr 

r,f,r,m8hn 

r^,r/^d 

r,f,r^,f^g 

r,frng,bl 

r,frnj,bl,t 

r,fr,n,«A/ 

Tjfrgrt 

r,frjrt,v 

r,frjr,td 

r,frjrnt 

r,fr.jrt,ng 

r,frgrshn 

r,fr,sh,mnt 

r,fr,sh,ng^ 

r,fr,sh,ng,itf 

r, fr,kt,v 

r,fr,k,td 

r,fr,k,tr 

r,fr,kt,ng 

r,fr ,kshn 

r,fn,mnt 

r,f,nd,n« 

r,v,vl«f 

r,V2r,tshn 

r,v,/,mnt 

r,v,/«An,st 

r,v,/*An,z 

r,v,/«An,zd 

r,v,Mn,z,ng 

r,Y ,fcAn,r 

r,t>r,brt 

r,©r ,br,td 

r,or,brt [ing] 

r,vrt,bl 

TyVrSyW 

T,vrs,l8 

TyY,mt,t 

r,»r,n«/ 



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208 



rencmg 

idicate 

idicated 

idicatiug 

idicatioli 

nousnesa 

ngeful 

ngefully 

ngefulness 

ugement 

ngeleas 

ngingly 

shment 

cablenesB 

kement 

ccinate 

ccinated 

ccinatioii 

l^orated 

^oratiag 

prison 

prisonitfent 

prisoning 

pregnate 

prcgnated 

pregnating 

^antly 

blingly 

)lingly 

bursable 

bursement 

bursed 

burser 

bursing 

>rbearer 

ibarked 

ibarkation 

ibarking 

fication 

ivability 

ymbcred 

smbrance 

imbrancer 

imbering 

sdilessness 

LSticate 

bsticated 

isticating 

istication 

mscarum 

iloBsness 



r,vnd,kt 

nynd,k,td 

r,ynd,kt,ng 

r,Ynd,kshn 

r,v,n«,n« 

r,v,n,j.fl 

r,v,ng,fl 

r,v,n.j,fl,n# 

r,v,n,i,mnt 

r,v,nj,& 

r,v,n,j,ng,/ 

r,Y,8h,mnt 

r,v,k,bl,n* 

r,y,k,mnt 

r,v,k*,nt 

r,Y,k«,n»td 

r,y,k«,nshn 

r,v,gr,td 

r,v,grt,ng 

r,m,pr«,n 

r,m,prz,n,m^,t 

r,m,prz,n>ng 

ir,m,pr^^t 

r,m,pr,g,n,td 

r,m,pr,g,nt,ng 

r>nip,n,t,/ 

r,m,bl,ng,/ 

r,m,bl,ng,/ 

r,m,br«,bl 

r,m,br«,mnt 

r,m,br*f 

r,m,br*,r 

r,m,br«,ng 

r,m,r,b,r,r 

r,m,br,kt 

r,m,br,kshn 

r,m,br,k,ng 

r,m,f,kshn 

r,m,v,bl,t 

r,m,m,brd 

r,m,m,brn9 

r,m,m,br,n«,r 

r,m,m,br [ing] 

r,m,dlA>ntf 

r,m«,t,kt 

r,m«,t,k,td 

r,m«,t,kt,ng 

r,1n5,t,kshn 

r,m«,k,r,m 



remorseftil 

remorsefally 

remorseless 

remorselessly 

remoreeless&ess 

remarkable 

remarkably 

remarkableness 

romantical 

romantically 

remonstrate 

remonstrated 

remonstrating 

remonstrant 

reminiscenee 

harmoniousness 

remunerable 

remuneratiye 

remunerated 

remuneratory 

remuneration 

remunerating 

Armenianism 

Roman Catholic 

heartbroken 

rightfulness 

hiirtfulness 

artfulness 

artificiality 

artificialnesa 

heartstring 

heartlessness 

artlessness 

rattlesnake 

Artillerist 

retributive 

retributory 

retribution 

retrieyable 

retrieyableness 

retrievement 

retirement 

retiredness 

retardation 

retrospect 

retrospectiye 

retrospectiyely 

retrospection 

retroceded 

retrocession 

retroceding 



r;mrsJL 
r,mr«,fl 
r,mr«,/« 
r,mr«,/«,/ 

r,mr,k,bl 

r,mr,k,bL 

r,mr,k,bl,n« 

r,m,n,t,kl 

r,m,n,t,kl 

r,m,n«,t,rf 

r,m,n«,t,r,td 

r,m,n«,t,rf,ng 

r,m,n«,t,m^ 

r,m,n9,ntf 

r,m, 118,118 

r^,nr,bl 

r,m,nrt,y 

r,m,nr,td 

r,m,nr,tr 

r,m,nrshn 

r,m,Qrt,ng 

r,m,n)n;7,m 

r,m,n,k,th,l,k 

rt,br,kn 

rt,fl,n5 

rt,fl,n9 

rt,fl,n9 

rt,f,8hl,t 

rtyffShlyBs 

rt«,tr,ng 

ri,l8yii8 

rt,/«,n5 

rt,^,n,k 

Tt,l,r8t 

rt,r,bt,y 

rt,r,b,tr 

rt,r,bshn 

rt,r,y,bl 

rt,r,v,bl,n# 

rt,r,y,mnt 

rt,r,mnt 

rt,r,d,n« 

rt,r,dshn 

r,tr*,p,kt 

r,tr«,p,kt,y 

r,tr*,p,kt,vl 

r,tr«,p,kshn 
r,tr«,dd 
r,tr«8hn 
r,tr«,d,ng 



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retamable 

heartrending 

returnless 

retrenchment 

retrenched 

retrenching 

retracted 

retraction 

retracting 

retrograde 

retentively 

rctentiyeness 

articulated 

articulately 

articulating 

horticulture 

horticultural 

horticulturist 

articulation 

'writingmaster 

reduplicate 

reduplicated 

reduplicating 

reduplication 

readableness 

hardfisted 

redeemableness 

rodomontade 

roducibleness 

redissolvcd 

redissolving 

Rio del Norte 

hardheartedness 

redressless 

redundant 

redundantly 

redundance 

redundancy 

readjusted 

readjusting 

ridiculously 

ridiculousness 

radicalness 

ridingschool 

wrathfalness 

arithmetician 

arithmetical 

arithmetically 

orthodoxness 

earthlyminded 

worthlossness 



rt,r,n,bl 

rt,md,ng 

rt,m,^ 

rt,r,n,ch,nmt 

rt,r,n,oht 

rt,r,n,ch,ng 

r,tr,k,td 

r,tr,k8hn 

r,tr,kt,ng 

r,tr,grd 

rf,nt,vl 

rf,nt,v,n* 

rt,k,/,td 

Tt,k,lt,l 

rt,k,/f^g 

rt,kl,chr 

rt,kl,chr,l 

rt,kl,chr«f 

rt>k,/Mn 

rtyiig;matr 

r,d,pl,kt 

r,d,pl,k,td 

r,d,pl,kt,ng 

r,d,pl,kshn 

rd,bl,n» 

r,d,fo,td 

rd,m,bl,n5 

r,d,m,n,td 

r,ds,bl,n* 

r,d2,/,vd 

r,dz,l,v,ng 

r,d,/,nr,t 

rd,r,td,u« 

r,dr«,/5 

r,dn,dnt 

r,dn,dnt [/] 

r,dn,d/w 

r,dn,dn,8 

r,d .j»,td 

r,d,jsf [ing] 

rd,k,/5,/ 

rd,k,/»,ns 

rd,kl,n5 

r,d,ng5,k,l 

r,th,fl,n.9 

r,th,m,tshn 

r,th,mt,kl 

r,th,mt,kl 

r,th,d,kir,n9 

r,th,/,m,n,dd 



ruthlessness 

orthographer 

orthographic 

resplendent 

resplendently 

resplendence 

resplendency 

respirable 

respirability 

r^spirableness 

respiratory 

reciprocity 

respiration 

reciprocate 

reciprocated 

reciprocating 

reciprocal 

reciprocally 

reciprocalness 

responded 

respondent 

responding 

responsible 

responsibility 

responsibleuess 

responsive 

responsively 

respectable 

respectably 

respectability 

respectableness 

respectful 

respectfully 

respectfulness 

respective 

respectively 

respected 

respecting 

receivableness 

reassembled 

reassembling 

horsemanship 

reestablish 

reestablishment 

reestablished 

reestabliaher 

reestablishing 

restivcness 

recitatively 

restituted 

restituting 



r,th,gr,fr 
r,th,gr,f,k 
r«^pln,dnt 
r«,pln4nt [/] 

r«,pln,dn>3 

r*,p,r,bl 

»'*>p>»"»bl,t 

r«,p,r,bl,n# 

r»,pr,tr 

r«,pr*,t 

r5,prshn 

r«,pr,kt 

r9,pr,k,td 

ra,pr,kt,ng 

rf.prjtl 

ra,pr,k,/ 

r«,pr,kl,n« 

r«,pn,dd 

rtf,pn,dnt 

r*,pnd^ 

r5,p,n9,bl 

r«,p,n«,b,/,t 

^*,p,n4r,bl,ni 

r«,p,ns,v 

r«,p,n*,v,/ 

r«,p,kt,bl 

r«,p,kt,bl 

r«,p,kt,bl,t 

r«,p>kt«bl,n« 

r5,p,kt,fl 

r«,p,kt,fl 

r«,p,kt,fl,n* 

r«,p,kt,v 

r«,p,kt,vl 

r»,p,k,td 

r.»,p,kt,ng 

r«,v,bl,ns 

r9,m,bld 

r*,m,bl,ng 

r9,m,n,8h^p 

7-«,t,b,/,*A 

r5,t,bl,8h,mnt 

r«,t,bl,sht 

rj»,t,bl,8hr 

r5,t,b^,M,ng 

r*,t,v,ns 

r«,tt,vl 

r9,t,t,t,d 

r«,t,t,t,]|g 



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lre6titutlo& 

restorative 

restaurateur 

res trainable 

restraint 

restrained 

restrainedly 

restraining 

restoration 

restrict 

restrictive 

restricted 

restriction 

restricting 

rusticated 

rusticating 

aristocrat 

aristocratic 

aristocratical 

aristocratically 

aristocraticalness 

aristocracy 

rustication 

resuscitated 

resuscitating 

resuscitation 

recentness 

resembled 

resemblance 

resembling 

resistible 

resistibiJity 

resistibleness 

resistless 

resistlessly 

resistance 

resolvable 

resolvableness 

resolvedly 

resolvedness' 

resoluteness 

reservedly 

reservedness 

reservation 

resurrection 

resurrectionist 

reasonableness 

resentfiil 

resentment 

rosentinp^ly 

rosiorttOuuDi 



r«,t,t8lin 

r*,t,r/,v 

r*,trt,r 

r«,tr,n,bl 

r«,trnt 

r«,trnd 

r«,tr,n,d,/ 

rcS,trn,ng 

r«,trshn 

r*,tr,kt 

r»,tr,kt,v 

r.9,tr,k,td 

r«,tr,kshn 

r«,tr,kt,ng 

r«,t,k,td 

r«,t,kt,ng 

r«,t,krt 

r«,t,kr«t,k 

r«,t,krt,kl 

r9,t,krt,kl 

r9,t,krt,kl,n« 

r«,t,kr,s 

r«,t,k8hn 

r«,st,td 

r*,sl,t,ng 

r,s«,tshn 

r«,nt,n« 

r«,m,bld 

r2,m,bl7u 

rar,m,bl,ng 

r2r*,t,bl 

rz8,t,h\,t 

rz«,t,bl,n» 

rz8,i,l8 

rzs,t^ls,l 

rzSytns 

rar,/,v,bl 

r«r,/,y,bl,n8 

rz,/,vd,l 

rz^,vd,n« 

TZtltyHS 

rz,r,vd,f 

r«,r,vd,n« 

r«,r,vshn 

r2r,r,k8hn 

r2,r,k,sh,n9# 

rz, Hyhlyns 

rz,n,fl 

r2:,nt,mnt 

r2:,nt,ng,/ 

rzykrslin 



resignation 

relativeness 

worldly-miitded 

relentless 

relentlessnesss 

refcli^ibility 

religiousness 

religionist 

relationship 

reluctant 

reluctimtly 

reluctance 

relaxative 

relaxation 

aurora-borealis 

rewardableness 

rearadmiral 

reordination 

horrorstricken 

reorganised 

reoreanixing 

reinforcement 

reinforced 

reinforcing 

reinfected 

reinfecting 

reinvestment 

reinvested 

reinvestigate 

reinvestigated 

reinvestigating 

reinvestigation 

reinvesting 

renavigatea 

renavigation 

reinvigorate 

ornamented 

ornamental 

ornamentally 

ornamenting 

ironmonger 

vrarrantableness 

orientalist 

orientalism 

reintroduce 

reinterrogate 

reinterrogated 

reinterrogating 

reintegrate 

reintegrated 

reintegrating 



rjr^^ialin 

r/i/^,m,n,da 
rlntja 

r/^,bl,t 
r/g«,n« 

r,^An^,p 

r/,kt,nt 

r/,kt,nt,/ 

r/,kt,n* 

r,/4w,t,T 

r,/,k«sha 

r,r,b,r,/« 

r,rd,bl,n« 

r,r,d,m,r/ 

r,r,d>nslui 

r,r»,tr,kn 

r,r,g»n2d 

r,r,g,nr,ng 

r,n,f,r«,mnt 

r,n,f,r«f 

r,n,f,r*^g 

r,n,f,k,td 

r,n,f.k,t,ng 

r,n,v«,t,mnt 

r,n,v«,td 

r,n,v«,t,gt 

r,n,v«,t,g,td 

r,n,v»,t,gt,ng 

r,n,Vj»,t,^8hn 

r,n,v«* [mg] 

r,n,v,g,td 

r,n,v,gshn 

r,n,v,grt 

m»m,n,td 

m,m»n,tl 

m,m,n,t,/ 

mymnt^ng 

m^n^ng,^ 

r,nt,bl,n9 

rntylat 

mt,lz^m. 

r,n,tr,d« 

r,n,tr,gt 

^>n>tr,g,td 

rgi,tr,gt,ng 

r,nt,grt 

r,nt,gr,td , 

r^tygrtfOg 



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reintegration 
arronoisement 
ronndishnesB 
ornithologist 
ornithological 
reenthroned 
reenthroning 
reinspired 
re'inspiring 
remspect 
rei'nspected 
reinspecting 
reenstamp 
reeustamped 
reinstatement 
reinstated 
reinstating 
reinstalled 
reinstalling 
rancidness 
reinserted 
reinserting 
reinsertion 
reenlistment 
reenlistcd 
reenlisting 
renouncement 
renunciation 
arrangement 
reenjoyment 
reinsurance 
reenactmont 
reannexation 
rencounter 
rencountered 
rencountering 
reenkindle 
reenkindled 
reenkindling 
reingratiate 
reingratiated 
reingratiating 
archtraitor 
archduchess 
archdukedom 
archdeaconry 
archcritic 
rejuvenescence 
rejuvenized 
rejuveDizing 
regimental 



r,nt,gr8hn 

r,n,d«,mnt 

r,nd,sh,n5 

r,n,th,/g«* 

r,n,th,/j,kl 

r,n,thrnd 

r,n,thr,n,ng 

r,na,p,rd 

r,n«,p,r,ng 

r,ns,p,kt 

r,n»,p,k>td 

r,n«,p,kt,ng 

r>n9,t^mp 

r)nA)t,mt 

r,n5,tt,mnt 

r}n9,t,t,d 

r,iw,tt [ing] 

r>n«,t,ld 

r,ns,t,/,ng 

r,n^,d,n3 

r>n«,r,td 

r,ns,rf ng 

r,n*,r8hn 

r,nls,t,mnt 

r,nl5,td 

TtxAst [ing] 

r,n>n«,mnt 

r,n,n5shn 

r,n,j,mnt 

r,nj,mnt 

r,n,sh,r/w 

r,n,kt,mnt 

r,n,k«shn 

rn,knt,r 

m,knt,rd 

m,knt,r,ng 

r,n,k,nd,l 

r,n,k,nd,ld 

r^,k,nd,l,ng 

r,n,gr,8ht 

r,n,gr,8h,td 

r,n,gr,8ht,ng 

r,ch,tr,tr 

r,ch,d,ch* 

r,ch,d,kd,m 

r,ch,d,k,nr 

r,ch,kr,t,k 

r,^,v,n*,n« 

r^,v,nzrrf 

r.j,v,nz,ng 

rg,m,xi,U 



registered 

registrar 

registrary 

registration 

registering 

regerminate 

regerminat^d 

regerminating 

regermination 

readjoiirnment 

readjourned 

readjourning 

regeneration 

rejectmcnt 

ratiocination 

rationalism 

recapitulate 

recapitulated 

recapitulatory 

recapitulating 

rccfapitulation 

recuperable 

recuperative 

recuperatory . 

recuperation 

recaptured 

recapturing 

recoverable 

workmanlike 

workmanship 

rectifiable 

rectification 

rectifying 

rectilineal 

rectilinear 

architecture 

architectural 

rectangle 

rectangular 

rectangularly 

orchestral 

requisiteness 

recxchange 

reclaimable 

reclaimless 

rcclalmant 

reclamation 

recklessness 

archsDologitft 



rg«,trd 

rj*,tr,r 

r3*,tr^ 

rj^/rslm 

r.^str [ing] 

rgr,m,n,t 

rgr,m,n,td 

r.jr^4i,t^ 

rgr,lii,nBhn 

r.j,m,m]U 

rg,rnd 

rgr,n,ng 

rg ,nr8hn 

r.J,kt,nmt 

r,8har,]i8hn 

rshnylz;ak 

r,k,pt,/* 

r,k,pt,/,td 

r,k,pt,/^r 

r,k,pt,/^ng 

r,k,pt,^An 

r,k,pr,bl 

r,k,prt,v 

r,k,prt,r 

r,k,pr8hn 

r,k,p,chrd 

r,k,p,chr,ng 

r,k,vr,bl 

r,k,m,nl«k 

r,k,m,n,8h,p 

r,kt,f,bl 

r,kt,f,kshn 

r,kt,f,ng 

r,kt,/,n,l 

r,kt,/7^,r 

r,k,t,k,chr 

r,k,t,k,chr,l 

r,kt,ng.gl 

r,kt,ng,gl,r 

r..kt,ng,gl,r,/ 

r,k4,tr,l 

r,k2r,t,n« 

r,k«,ch,ng 

r,kl,m,bl 

r,kl,m»/« 

r,kl»mnt 

r,kl»m8hn 

r,k,l«,n» 

r,k,/g»f 

r,kl,k,td 



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lection 

minate 

rement 

[ninative 

minated 

minating 

oiinatioii 

atively 

ativenesa 

'ystalize 

rystalization 

'ystalizing 

itation 

died 

idling 

Tientative 

nentatively 



r,kl»k6litt 

r,kr,m»n,t 

r,k,r,mnt 

r,kr,m,n,t,y 

r,kr,m,n,td 

r,kr,m,n,t,ng 

r,kr,m,nshn 

r,krt,v,l 

r,krt,v,iw 

r,kM,f,Lr 

r,kr«,t,L7shn 

r,kr«,t,/2r,ng 

rj(,n,t8hn 

r,k,nd,ld 

r,k,nd,l,ng 

r,g,mnt,t,v 

r,g,mjn,tt,Yl 



argmn^utatireness 

argumentation 

hieroglyphics 

hieroglyphical 

hieroglyphically 

regretful 

regretfully - 

regardful 

regardless 

regardlessly 

regardlessness 

rigorousness 

regranted 

regranting 

organization 

rancoronsly 



r,g,mnt,t,y,n4 

r,g,m,n,t8hn 

r,gl,f,k* 

r,gl,f,kl 

r,gl,f,kl 

r,grt,fl 

r,grt,fl 

r,grd,fl 

r,grd,/5 

r,grd,/»,/ 

r,grd,/«,n« 

r,g,r*,n» 

r,grnt, [ingl 

r,g,nzshn 

T,ng,kr«,/ 



Exercise XIV". 



hntaining words the first consonant^sound of which is **n.*' 



pnlarly 

blished 

tronized 

thetically 

latable 

liteness 

istered 

3asant 

^asantly 

dasantness 

plicable 

)licably 

epossessing 

rplexed 

)ropriate 

propriated 

)ropr lately 



n,p,b,/,M,t . 

n,p,tr,n7dl 

n,p,tht,kl 

n,p,//,bl 

n,p,//,n9 

n,pU,trd 

n,plz,nt 

n,plz,nt,/ 

n,pU,nt,n« 

n,pl,k,bl 

n,pl,k,bl 

n,pr,ps«,ng 

n,pr,pl,k«^ 

n,pr,prt 

n,pr,pr,td 

n,pr,prt,/ 



)ropriatenes8 n,pr,pr,t,n« 



epared 

eparedness 

opitious 

opitiously 

ohibited 

ofitable 

ofitably 

ofitableness 

ofited 

rformed 

9faned 



n,pr,p,rd 

n,pr,p,r,d,n* 

n,pr»p,«^ 

n,pr,p,«/M,/ 

n,pr,b,td 

n,pr,ft,bl 

n,pr,ft,bl 

n,pr,ft,bl,na 

n,pr,f,td 

n,pr,fr,ind 



unprofessional 

unprofessionaJly 

unperfected 

unprovided 

unprevented 

unprovisloned 

unprovoked 

unprovoking* 

unprompted 

unpremeditated 

unpromised 

unpromising 

unpromisingly 

un participated 

unprotracted 

unprotected 

unpardonable 

unpardonably 

unpardoned 

unpardoning 

unproductive 

unproductively 



n,pr,fshn,/ 

n,pr,f8hii,/ 

n,pr,f,k,td 

n,pr,y,dd 

n,pr,v,n,td 

n,pr,vzhnd 

n,pr,v,k,t 

n,pr,v,k,ng 

ii,pr,m,td 

n,pr,md,td 

n,pr,m9/ 

n,pr,m«,ng 

n,pr,nw,ne,/ 

D,prt«,p,td 

D,pr,tr,k,td 

n,prt,k,td 

n,p,r,d,n,bl 

n,p,r,d,n,bl 

n,p,r,dnd 

n,p,r,d,n,ng 

n,prd,kt,v 

n,prd,kt,vl 



unproductiveness n,prd,kt,v,n^ 

unprosperously n,pr«,pr«,/ 

unprosperonsness 

unperceivable 

unperceived 

nnpersuaAi«\A« 



n,pr5,pr«,n5 

n,pr«,v,bl 

n4>r«,vd 



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unprecedentedly 
unpresumptuous 
unpr esumptuously 
unprolific 
unparliamentary 
unparliamentarily 
unparliamenta- i 
riness 5 

unparalleled 
unprinted 
unapprehended 
unprincipled 
unapprenensiye 
unprincely 
unpronounceable 
unapproachable 
unapproachable- 

ness 
unpurchased 
unprejudiced 
unperjured 
unperishable 
inappreciable 
unappreciated 
unpractised 
unproclaimed 
unpanoplied 
unpenetrable 
unpunctuated 
anabaptist 
unbefriended 
unobtrusive 
unobtrusively 
unobtrusiveness 
unobtainable 
unabsorbable 
unabsorbed 
unobstructed 
unobscured 
unabsolvable 
unabsolved 
• unobservable 
unobserved 
unobservedly 
unobservant 
unobservance 
unobserving 
unobservingly 
uDblamahlo 
nn hlamableneaa 
unblemiBbAble 



n,pr«,dif,td,/ 

n,pr«^,ch« 

n,pr«,ni,ch«,/ 

n,pr,/Xk 

n,pr,/,m,nt,r 

n,pr,/,mnt,r,/ 

n,pr,/,mnt,r,ii« 

n,pr,/,ld 

n,prn,td 

n,pr,n,dd 

n,pr,n9,pld 

n,pr,n»,v 

n,pr,ns,/ 

n,pr,n,n9,bl 

n,pr,oh,bl 

n,pr,ch,bl,n* 

n;p,r,chst 

n,pro,d5/ 

n.prjrd 

n,p,r,sh,bl 

n,pr,«A,bl 

n,pr,«^,td 

n,pr,k,t«/ 

n,pr,kUmd 

n,p,n,pld 

n,p,n,tr,bl 

n,p,ng,ch,td 

n;b,p,t«/ 

n,b,frn,dd 

n,b,tr5,v 

n,b,tr5,vl 

n,b,tr5,v,n5 

n,b,t,n,bl 

n,b«,r,b,bl 

n,bs,r,bd 

n,b9»tr,k,td 

njb-fjkjrd 

n,bz,/,v,bl 

n,bir,/,vd 

n,b2:,r,v,bl 

n,bz,r,vd 

n,bz,r,vd,/ 

n,b2r,r,vnt 

n,bz,r,v7W 

n,bz,r,v,ng 

n,b2:,r,v,ng,/ 

n,bl,m,bl 

n,bl,mM)i^8 

n,bl,m,Bli,>A 



unblemished 

unobliterated 

unblossoming 

unballasted 

unblasted 

unblunted 

unblinded 

unblended 

unbalanced 

unblanched 

unblenohine 

unblushingly 

Newbury jort 

unbribable 

unabbreviated 

unbridled 

unburthened 

unburthening 

unabrogated 

unobnoxious 

unobnoxiously 

unobjectionable 

unobjectionably 

unbecomingly 

unbecomingncss 

Nebuchadnezzar 

ineffableness 

unfavorable 

unfavorably 

unfavorablencss 

infamousness 

unfamiliarity 

unfadingness 

unfaithfulness 

unfathomable 

unfathomably 



ii,b,/f,r,td 

B,bl«,in,ng 

n,b,/«,td 

n,bl«,td 

n)bln,id 

n,bln,dd 

n,bln,dd 

n,hyl,iist 

n,blnjcht 

n,bln,ch,ng 

n,bl,8h,ng3 

n,b,r,p,rt 

n,br,b,bl 

n,br,v,td 

n,br,dld 

n,b,r,THnd 

n,b,r,THn,iig 

n,br,g,td 

n,b,n,k,sh« 

n,b,n,k^h«,/ 

n,bg,k,8h,n,bl 

n,bj,k,sh,ii..bl 

n,b,K,m,ng./ 

n,b,k,m,ng,iu 

n,b,kd,nz,r 

n,f,bl,nr 

n,f,vr,bl 

n,f,vr,bl 

n,f,vr,bl,n» 

n,f,m5,n« 

n,f,m,/,r,t 

n,fd,ng,na 

n,f,th,fl,na 

n,f,TH,m,bl 

n,f,TH,m,bl 



unfatbomableness n,f,TH,ra,bl,n« 



infusibility 

infallibility 

infallibleness 

unfulfilled 

inflammable 

inflammability 

imflammableness 

inflammatory 

inflaiT^mation 

unfaltering 

unfalteringly 

unphilosophical 



n,fzr,b,/,t 

n,f,/,b,/,t 

n,f,/,bl,n* 

n,f,/,fld 

n,fl,m,bl 

n,fl,m,bl,t 

n,fl,m,bl,nj 

n,fl,m,tr 

n,fi,mshn 

n,f,/^r,ng 

n,f,//,r,ng,/ 

n,fl«,f,kl 



\ 



UTL^VAVoao^hically n,fl9,f,kl 



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infelicitous 

infelicitously 

infelicitousness 

influenced 

influencing 

influential 

influentially 

unflinching 

inflicted 

unafflicted 

inflected 

inflicting 

inflecting 

inflexible 

inflexibly 

inflexibility 

inflcxibleness 

infliction 

unfeelingnesB 

unforbidden 

unforfeited 

inefifervescence 

unframable 

unframcableness 

unformiddble 

informality 

unfermented 

information 

unfruitful 

unfruit fulness 

unfertility 

unforetold 

unfortunate 

unfortunately 

unfortunateness 

enforcible - 

unforcibly 

nefariousncss 

unforsakcn 

unforwarded 

unfriended 

unfriendly 

unfriendliness 

enfranchise 

enfranchisement 

enfranchised 

enfranchising 

infringement 

infringed 

infringing 

inferenUM 



n,f,/«,t« 
n,f,/«,tJ,/ 
n,f,/5,ta,n5 
n,fl,n9^ 
n,fl,n5,ng 
n,fl,n,9A/ 
n,fl,n,«A/ 
n,fl,n,ch,ng 
n,fl,k,td 
n,fl,k,td 
n,fl,k»td 
n,fl,k,t,ng 
n,fl,k,t,ng 
n,fl,k«,bl 
n,fl,k«,bl 
n,fl k«,b,/,t 
n,fl,k«,bl,n« 
n,fl,kshn 
n,f,/,ng,n» 
n,fr,b,dn 
n,f,r,f,td 
n,f,r,v«,n« 
n,fr,m,bl 
n,fr4n,bl,n« 
*n,f,r,md,bl 
n,f,r,m,/,t 
n,fr,m,n,td 
n,fT,m8hn 
n,frt,fl 
n,frt,fl,n5 
n,frt,/,t 
n,f,rMd 
n,f,rf,nt 
n,f,'*'jUt,/ 
n,f,r^,nt,n* 
n,fr5,bl 
n,fr»,bl 
n,f,r«,ns 
n,fr«,kn 
n,f,r,r,dd 
n,frn,dd 
n,frnd [/] 
n,frnd,l,n« 
n,frn,chz 
n,frn,ch2:,mnt 
n,frn,chzd 
n,frn,ch2r,ng 
n,frn.j,mnt 
n,frn.jd 
n,frnj,nff 
n,tr,n,shi 



unfutnishing 
unfrugiverous 
infracted 
infracting 
unfrequent 
unfrequented 
unfrequently 
unfrequenting 
unfrequency 
infraction 
unforgiving 
unforgivingly 
infinitesimal 
infanticide 
infiniteness 
Newfoundland 
inoffensively 
inoffensiveness 
unfashionable 
unfashionably 
ineflBciently 
unaffectedly 
ineffectualness 
infectiously 
inefficaciously 
infectiousness 
inefQcaciiousness 
unaffectionate 
newfangled 
inevitableness 
inveterately 
inveterateness 
invitingness 
unavoidableness 
invidiousness 
investment 
investiture 
investigate 
investigable 
investigated 
investigator 
investigating 
investigation 
invisibility 
invisibleness 
Nova Zembla 
envelopement 
inviolaoility 
inviolablencsa 
unavailableneftft 
^ involveiaiQut 



n,frn,sh,ng 

n,fr.j,vr* 

n,fr,k,td 

n,fr,kt,ng 

n,fr»knt 

n,fr,k,n,td 

n,fr,knt,/ 

n,fr,knt,ng 

n,fr,kn,8 

n,fr,kshn 

n,fT,g,v,ng 

n,fr,g,v,ng,/ 

n,f,n,t5,m,l 

n,f,n,t«,d 

n,f,nt,n« 

n,fnd,/n<2 

n»f,ns,v,/ 

n,f,nj?,v,n» 

n,f,«A,n,bl 

n,f,9A,n,bl 

n,f,M,nt,/ 

n,f,k,td,/ 

n,f,k,ch,/,n* 

n,f,k,sh5,/ 

n,f,k,sh«,n9 

n,f,k»8h9,n9 

n»f,k,sh,nt 

n,f,ng,gld 

n,vt,bl,n« 

n,v,trt,/ 

n,v,trt,n5 

n,vt,ng,n» 

n,vd,bl,n» 

n,v,da,n» 

n,vs,t,mnt 

n,v*,tt,r 

n,vs,t,gt 

n,vs,t,g,bl 

n,v5,t,g,td 

a,v«,t,g,tr 

n,v5,t,gt,ng 

n,v9,t,gsh]i 

n,V2:,b,/,t 

n,vz,bl»n5 

n,v2;,m,bl 

i^>^}^>p>uint 

n,v,/,bl,t 

n,v,/,bl,n9 



^OKOORAFBIO VOBD-BOOK KO. tt. 





n,T.I,Td^ 


nnmodififtble 




m.dXbl 


invaUiUled 


ii.vld,td 


ftnimadrert 




m,d,Trt 


iDTalidating 


n.T.^dt [ing] 


animadverted 




m,d,v^,td 


inTaUdoeis 


n.v,/,d.n. 






m.d.vrtj'. 




n.v^,dslm 


animadverting 




m.d,Trt^g 


iaioiuatury 


D,r,lnt,r 


animadveraion 




m,d,WTihn 




a,^,tat,r,l 


unmeditated 




m,d.t,t,d 


inToliiatitriD«s3 


a,v,itK,r,n» 


umnaetered 




m«,trd 


inTulnerable 


n,tl,nr,bl 






m.,tji.bl 


iDTulnombility 


n.vl,nr,bl,t 






mj,t,k,bl 


iniulaerableneag 


n,vljir,b1,)u 


unmaUeabiUty 




m./,b,/,( 


JnvnrUbleneas 


n,T^,blji* 


unmelodiously 




m,i,d.,i 


neTBrthelera 


n,V^,TH,ij 


unmildaess 




m,/,d^ 




n,vr,At 






m.i^.td 




n,vr»,W 






ro,r,6. 




n,Tr«,/i.m 


nnmorit.dn«s 




m.rt.d^ 




n,v,rn.mnt 


unmerciful 




m,«,r,l 


unTurnished 


n,T,r,n^ht 


unmercifully 




m^s,t,l 


unvariegated 


n,v,r,g.td 


numcrcifiilncss 




m,«/^,n. 


inieDtiTenesB 


n,Tnt,v,n» 






m,ri,n« 


Invincible 


n,v.n»,bl 


unmerchimtablo 




m,r,el,,nt,14 


invincibly 
ioTinoibiUtv 


n,».n..bl 






mji,p,Iid 


n,v,n.,b,i.t 


Tiumindful 




m.n,a,fl 




n.v,n..bl.n* 


-unmiDdfully 




m,n,d4 


nnvenerable 


n,T^r.bl 


unmindful ness 




m,n,dfl,n» 


=,»";s 


n,T,n6.kjht 


uiiemnucipatod 




m,n»,p.td 






m,n*,t,r,l 


Inveiglement 


n.v«l,mnt 


umniiiiatcrialiy 




mjn.tj-^ 


invigo rated 


l>,v.Er,td 






m,no,bI 




n,v,grl,nB 


unmcntioncd 




m.n,Bhnd 




n.Tigrsbn 






m,n,kl^hf 




n,ai,pl,k,td 


unimakiaable 




mo,u,bl 




n,m,pr.T,bl 






m,ihr,bl 


unimprorableneas 


n,m,pr,v,bl,n* 






m.k.n,kl 


unimproved 


n,m,pr,vd 


unmechaniaally 




mj[,n,kl 


nn improving 


n,m.pr,v.ng 


unmingled 




ra.ng*ld 


unimportant 


ii,mp,rt,nt 






m,ng,gl,ng 

p. nit 


iini 111 por tuned 


n,nip,rt,nd 


antepenult 






n,ni,prj,v 


untepenuUimate 




.lilr'" 


unimpreaaiiely 


n,m,pM,v,; 


4?nUblalure 




unimpregnatcd 


D,in,pr«^,td 


nuLiblene^s 




bIjM 




ii,mpM,bl 


anti-ubulltioniBt 




b.hhnfit 


Tin impassioned 
nimbfefooted 


n.mp^And 


notificiiUon 




Xkahn 






.,mp,rf 


nimble ivitted 


n,m.bl,td 






t.mp.rtj 




n,m,bl.n» 






t.mp.rtju 


unamiableness 


n,m.bl.n. 






t.m.prl 


numbeiliisa 


i..ni,br^ 


intemperance 
ontimbered 




t^p.m* 


uoeiiibsrrassed 


n.m,b.rji 




t.m.brd 




ii,m.f,ti 




n .md.td 


nBmpk^ticallj 


umM^ 




m&AA« 



FHONOGBAFBIO WORD-BOOK NO. n. 



211 



idaUon 

loloeical 

leridian 

uuerican 

dundane 

dnisterial 

lonarchial 

itively 

rinitarian 

initarianism 

emocratic 

Ml States 

iiluvian 

letical 

ithstanding 

ipated 

ipator 

ipatory 

ipating 

pasmodic 

ipation 

abbaiarian 

ement 

edent 

edently 

edence 

lavery 

service 

3riptural 

Iment 

jrable 

jrably 

irableness 

srant 

srance 



igible 




igibility 

igibleness 

igent 

igently 

igence 

ectual 

ectually 

ectuality 

pidity 

pidly 

>ubled 

ivelled 

eyolutionist 

e?olutionary 



ii,t,m,dshn 

n,t,m,/J,kl 

n,t,m,r,dii 

n,t,m,r,kn 

ii,t,m,n,dii 

n,t,m,ii«,t>r,l 

n,t,in,nr,k,l 

nt,tt,Yl 

n,t,tr,n,t,m 

n,t,tryQ,t,r,ujr,m 

nt,d>ni,kr,t,k 

n,td«,tt« 

nt,d,/,vii 

nt,tht,kl 

nt,TH«,tnd,ng 

nt9,p,td . 

iit«,p,tr 

ut«,pt,r 

iit«,pt [ing] 

n,t«,p«,md,k 

nt«,psh]i 

n,i8,ht,m 

n,t«,iimt 

n,t«,dnt 

n,t«,dnt [/] 

ii,t8,dns 

n,t«,/,»r 

nt»,r,v» 

n,t9,kr,p,chr,l 

nt,l,mnt 

nt,lr,bl 

nt,lr,bl 

nt,lr,bl,ii5 

nttlrnt 

ntylma 

nt,/g,bl 

nt,/j,bl 

nt,/j,bl,t 

nt,/j,bl,ii« 

nt,/,jnt, 

nt,/gnt [/] 

nij^ns 

nt,l,kt,l 

nt,l>kt,/ 

nt}l,kt,/,t 

n,tr,prj,t 

ii,tr,pd,/ 

n,tr,bld 

n,tr,vld 

n,t,r,Y,/»An,8t 

n,t,r,Y,l9hn,r 



untrammelled 

untrammelling 

interminable 

interminably 

interminableness 

interment 

antiarmenian 

entreatingly 

untraceable 

intrusively 

intrusiveness 

intrusted 

intrusting 

notoriousness 

neutralized 

neutralization 

neutralizing 

untransposed 

untranspired 

untransparent 

untransierrable 

untransferred 

untransmissible 

entranced 

intransitive 

untranslatable 

untranslated 

intrinsic 

intrinsical 

intrinsically 

untranscribe 

entrancing 

entrenchment 

entrenched 

entrenching 

untarnished 

intractable 

intractably 

intractability 

intractableness 

unattracted 

intricately 

intricateness 

antarctic 

wintergreen 

intriguingly 

Antinomianism 

inattentively 

inattentiveness 

intentness 

mtendaut 



n,tr,m,ld 

n,tr,m,/,nff 

n,tr,m,n,bl 

n,tr,m,n,bl 

n,tr,m,n,bl,ii« 

n,tr,mnt, 

nyt,r,m,nn 

n,tr,t,ng^ 

n,tr«,bL 

n,tr«,vl 

n,tTS,Y,nt 

n,tr«,td 

n,tr«/,ng 

n,tT,lzd 

n,tTtlz8hn 

n,tr,fe,ng 

n,tr,nz,p«d 

n,tr,nz,p,rd 

n,tr,nz,p,mf 

n,tr,nz,fr,bl 

n,tr,n«,frd 

n,tr,nje,m«,bl 

n.,tTnst 

n,tr,nz,t,Y 

n,tr,njE,//,bl 

n,tr,njE,/,td 

n,tr,n2,k 

n,tr,n2,kl 

n,tr,nz,kl 

n,tr,n7,kr,b 

n,trn« [ing] 

n,trn,ch,mnt 

n,trn,cht 

n,trn,ch,ng 

n,t,r,n,sht 

n,tr,kt,bl 

n,tr,kt,bl 

n,tr,kt,bl,t 

n,tr,kt,bl,n« 

n,tr,k,td 

n,tr,kt,2 

n,tr,kt,n« 

nt,r,k,t,k 

n,tr,grn 

n,tr,g,ng,/ 

nt,n,m}n:?,m 

nt,nt,v,/ 

nt,nt,Y»n« 

nt,ntai9 



212 



PHOKOGRAPHIO WORD-BOOK NO. H. 



intensiyely 

in tenseness 

untenantable 

untenanted 

intangible 

intangibility 

intangibleness 

intentioned 

unteachableness 

antechamber 

intoxicate 

intoxicated 

intoxicating 

intoxication 

anticosmetic 

antichrist 

antichristian 

antiquarianism 

anticonstitutional 

anticonstitutional- 

integument [ist] 

integrated 

integration 

antagonist 

antagonistic 

antagonism 

entanglement 

entangled 

entangling 

untangling 

independent 

independently 

independence 

independency 

indeprivable 

undeprived 

undepraved 

undepreciated 

undiplomatic 

indubitable 

indubitably 

indubitableness 

indefatigable 

indefatigably 

indefatigability 

i ndefatigableness 

indefatigation 

indefeasible 

indefeasibility 

needfulness 

undefrauded 



nt,n5,y,/ 
nt,n5,n5 
nt,n,nt,bl 
nt,n.n,td 
nt,ng,bl 
nt,n.j,bl,t 
nt,nj,bl,n9 
nt,nshnd 
nt,ch,bl,n5 
nt,ch,m,br 
nt,k5}kt 
nt,k5,k,td 
nt,k«,kt,ng 
nt,k9,kshn 
nt,lLr,mt,k 
nt,kr5/ 
nt,kr5,chn 
nt,k,r,n2r,m 
nt,k,n5,t>tshn,l 
• nt,k.n<,t,tshn,l3< 
nt,g,mnt 
nt,gr,td 
nt,grshn 
nt,g,n«/ 
nt,g,n»,t,k 
nt,g,njzr,m 
nt,ng,gl,mnt 
nt,ng,gld 
nt,ng,gl,ng 
nt,ng,gl,ng 
nd,pn,dnt 
nd,pn,dfit [/] 
nd,pn,d?i« 
nd,pn,dn,s 
nd,pr,v,bl 
n,d,pr,vd 
n,d,pr,vd 
n,d,pr,»A,td 

n,d,pl,mt,k 

nd»bt,bl 

nd,bt,bl 

nd,bt,bl,ns 

nd,f,t,g,bl 

nd,f,t,g,bl 

nd,f,t,g,bl,t 

nd,f,t,g,bl,n» 

nd,f,t,gshn 

nd,fz,bl 

nd,fz,b,/,t 

nd,fl,n9 

nd,f,r,dd 



indifferent 

indiflferently 

indifference 

undefinable 

undefinably 

indefinitely 

indefiniteness 

undefended 

indefensibility 

indefcnsive 

indefectibility 

undeviatingly 

individuality 

individualize 

individualized 

individualizing 

indivisible 

indivisibility 

indivisiblencss 

unadvisedly 

unadvisedness 

undivulged 

undiverted 

inadvertent 

inadvertently 

inadvertence 

undiversified 

indomitable 

inadmissible 

inadmissibility 

undemolished 

indemnified 

indemnification 

indemnifying 

indemonstrable 

undiminishable 

undiminished 

unadmonished 

undiminishing 

undutifulness 

indictment 

indebtedness 

undeterminable 

indeterminate 

indeterminately 

indeterminateness 

undetermined 

undetermination 

undedicated 

indisputable 

indisputably 



n,d frnt 

n,d,frnt [0 

n,d/nM 

nd,f,n,bl 

nd,f^,bl 

nd,f,iit,/ 

nd,f,nt,n» 

nd>f^,dd 

nd,f,ns,b,/,t 

nd,f,n5,v 

nd,f,k,t,bl,t 

nd,vt,ng,/ 

nd,vd,/,t 

nd,yd,lz 

ndfYdfhd 

nd,vd,k,ng 

nd,v2;,bl 

nd,V2:,b,/,t 

nd,vz,bl,n« 

nd,v«,d,/ 

nd,vz,d4if 

nd,v,/jd 

nd,y,r,td 

nd,v,r/,nt 

nd,v,r/^t,/ 

nd,v,r/,n« 

nd,v,r«,fd 

nd,mt,bl 

n,d,m9,bl 

HydymSihtlii 

n,djm,/,«A,t 

n,d,m,n,fd 

n,d,m,n,fArahii 

n,d,m,n,f,ng 

n,d,m,n«,t,r,bl 

n,d,m,n,sh,bl 

n,d,m,n»8ht 

n,d,m,n^ht 

n,d,m,n^h,iig 

nd,t,fl,n« 

n,dt,mnt 

ndytdjUJ 

n,dt,r,m,n,bl 

n,dt,r,m,n,t 

n,dt,r,m,n,t,/ 

n,dt,r,m,n,t,ni 

n,dt,r,mnd 

n,dt,r,m,n8hn 

n,dd,k,td 

n,d«,pt,bl 

n,d«,pt,bl 



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213 



putability 

putableness 

isipated 

tputed 

posed 

posedness 

position 

posing 

iplayed 

iciplined 

Ksiplinable 

icipled 

jpersed 

spairing 

isappointed 

pensable 

pensably 

pensability 

pensableness 

cipherable 

ciphered 

ceivable 

ssembled 

isembling 

;ement 

{tilled 

itributed 

iturbed 

iturbedly 

iturbedness 

stroyable 

itorted 

(trious 

itriously 

tructible 

binct 

tinctly 

tinctness 

tinguishable 

tinguishably 

ttinguished 

itinguishing 

cidable 

isively 

lisiveness 

soluble 

aolubly 

solability 

solubleness 

ently 

(honored 



n,d«,pt,bl,t 

n,d9,pt,bl,n« 

n,d«,p,td 

n,d«,p,td 

n,d«,pz<2 

n,d«,p2;,d,n9 

n,d«,pzshn 

n,d«,p«,ng 

n,d«,pld 

n,d«,plnd 

n,d«,pl,n,bl 

n,d«,pld 

n,d*,p,r,ng 

n,d«,pn,td 

n,d«,p,n5,bl 

n,d9,p,n3,bl 

n,d«,p,n9,b,/,t 

n,ds,p,ns,bl,n« 

n,d«,ir,bl 

n,d»,frd 

n,d«,v,bl 

n,d9,m,bld 

n,d«,m,bl,ng 

n,d«,mnt 

n,d«,t,ld 

n,d5,tr,b,td 

n,d5,tr,bd , 

n,ds,tr,bd,/ 

n,d9,tr,b,d,n9 

n,d5,tr,bl 

n,d«,t,r,td 

n,d«,tr« 

HtdSytTaJ 

n,d«,tr,kt,bl 

n,d«/,ng,kt 

n,d5^,ng,kt,/ 

n,d5f)ng,kt)n5 

n,dsi,ng,g,8h,bl 

n,ds<,ng,g,sh,bl 

n,d*/,ng,g,8ht 

n,ds<,ng.g,8h,ng 

n,d5,d>bl 

n,dM,v,/ 

iijds8tY,ns 

n,d^,/,bl 

n,d5,/,bl 

n,d9,/,bl,t 

n,d5,/,bl,n« 

n,d5,nt,/ 

n,d«,nrd 



nndiscoverable 

undiscoverably 

undiscovered 

undiscussed 

undisclosed 

indescribable 

undescribed 

indiscriminate 

indiscriminatelj 

indiscriminating 

indiscrimination 

indiscreet 

indiscreetly 

undescried 

indiscretion 

undisguised 

undisgraced 

undissolvable 

undissolved 

undissolving 

undeserved 

undeservedly 

undeservedness 

undeserving 

undeservingly 

undiscernible 

undiscerned 

undiscemedly 

undiscerning 

undesignedly 

undesignedness 

indelibility 

indeliberate 

indeliberately 

undelightful 

unadulterate 

unadulterated 

unadulterately 

unadulterous 

unadulterously 

undulatingly 

needlessness 

endlessness 

indolently 

indulgent 

indulgence 

indelicately 

wonderfulness 

undramatic 

undramatical 

hindermost 



n,dtf,k,Tr,bl 
n,d«,k,vr,bl 
n,d«,k,vrd 

Iiyds,\L8t 

litdsjslzd 

n,d«,kr,b,bl 

n,d«,kr,bd 

n,d9»kr,m,n,t 

n,d«,kr,m,n,t,/ 

n,d«,kr,m,n,t,ng 

n,d9,kr,m,nshn 

n,d9,krt 

n,d«,krt,Z 

n,d«,krd 

n,d«,kr3hn 

n,d8,gzd 

n,d*,gr«* ! 

n,ds,/,v,bl 

n,dz,/,vd 

n,ds,/,v,ng 

n,ds,r,vd 

n,dzr,r,vd,/ 

n,d2;,r,vd,n« 

n,dz,r,v,ng 

n,ds,r,v,ng,/ 

n,dz,r,n,bl 

n,dz,rnd 

n,d2;,r,nd|/ 

n,dz,r,n,ng 

n,dz,nd,/ 

n,dz,nd,n« 

n,d,/,bUt 

n,d,/,brt 

n,d,/,brt,/ 

n,d,//,fl 

n,d,//,r* 

n,d,/^,r,td 

n,d,/^,r^,/ 

Jii,djt,r8 

Ji,dylttr8,l 

nd,/^,ng,/ 

nd}l4,n« 

nd,l5,n9 

n,d,/n/,/ 

nd,/Jnt 

ndjyina 

nd,l,kt,/ 

n,dr)fl}n9 

n4r)mt»k 

n,drgnt,kl 

n,dr,m«^ 



2U 

endMmCDt 
wondermeDt 

eadDrBemeDt 

wondomtrack 

indirectly 

indireotneaa. 

iDdirectioQ 

Indiuiapolia 

nndkotitedly 

undrtuatedneu 

iDdentstion 

indentured 

indeatarinc 

endangered 

eadangering 

ind^estible 

indigested 

unad justed 

indigestion 

indeoompouble 

indeoompoBable 

indeoompoaed 

iuductibiliCy 

indicatiTel}' 

indoctrinate 
indoctrinated 
indoctrinating 

indoctrination 

inadaquatenesg 

indeclinable 

undecliaed 

htindicratt 

indecorously 

indecaroDsn«w 

nndiicnified 

indigniint 

inJignnntly 

indignation 

anatTiematiied 

j^nathema tiling 

unth ongh tfulnesi 

enthUBiaatic 

enthusiast I col 

aathropophagi 
until ririilj 
unChriftiness 
UD threatened 
enthrsllment 
enthronement 



FHOSOa&APBtO VOID-BOOK HO. II. 



n,drj,tr,k 
n.dr,kt^ 
n,dr,bt,ni 

nd!nit<i,I 

DdjLt.dA* 

ndin.tahn 
nd,n^hrd 
iid,n,ahr,Qg 
nd^jrd 
nd.njr^g 
ndjj,t,bl 
ndj»,td 
nd^>,td 
ndja.chn 
nd,k^pz,b,l 
SS nd k,aipi,b,(^ 
nd,k,mpziJ 
nd,kt,U,t 



nd,'kt,Vii,td 
nd,kt,r^t,ng 

nd,kt,'nf 

nd,kl,n,bl 

ndjiind 

Dd,kr,ft 
nd,kr«,; 
ad Art JO* 
nd«,D^ 

nd,g,nnt 

nd,g,Dshn 
n.tii.niitirf 
n,lh.m,UAg 
n,tht,fl.n* 

n|th,i3it!kl 
n,th,u,t,kl 
n,tbr,p4'iS 

n,thr,h,/ 

n.thr.n^) 

ti,tbrt,nd 

n.thr.i^nt 

]i,thTji>m^,t 



uuthankfta 


B.thjMtJt,* 


unthantfully 


n,Ui:;g.k4 


unthankfulaess 


n.th.ng.k,B,M 


unthinkingly 


n,th,ngjt,ng; 


untbinkiagnesB 


n.th,ne k,Df,H 


netbermost 


B.THI-.mK 


Netherlands 


n,TaT,lndx 


inhospitable 


n.,pt,bl 


inhospitably 


n»,pt.bl 




n*,pt,bl^ 




n<.pt.d^ 


inboapitality 


n*,pt^.t 


insipidness 


n>,p,d.nf 




n*.p.ja 




Df.pln.td 


unsepolohered 


n.,^l,krd 


unsupported 


iu,p,r,td 




n.,p,r,td 


nnaapirftted 


n..p,r.td 


inaaspicionsly 


iw,p,sh»,J 


iuaugpiaiousnws 


nt,p^flt 


unspeakable 


iu,p,k.bl 




B.,p^,bl 




iw,p,k,td 




n..p,k,tr 


inspecting 


nj.p^t^g 




3:S; 




unsuhaliintial 


nj,,b*,t^^ 


inmibordiuiition 


B.,b,r,dj>ilil 


iinsuborncd 


n*,bjnd 


unaubjeoted 


n«.bj,k.td. 


insufferable 


ns,f,.t,k,td 


n^,ft-.bl 


InenfFerably 


n..fr,bl 




ii5rf,r,rd 


insnffioient 


n>,f^A^t 


inanffici-rntly 


n.,f^A,nt^ 




n.,f^,ni^ 


UDciviliied 


n.,T,/«d 


unMTorinesi 


ii»,v,r,n* 


unassembled 


nji^,bia 




Di,mt,r,kl 




nj,in,(.td 




ni,n),/ji> 


instabiUty 


n..t,bl,t 


urstableness 


n<,bl,n> 




n»,t,bl,n. 




n..t,bl^ht 




n».t,bl^j. 



mNOORAPHIO VORD-BOOX 90, H. 



njtjn.bl 


uieeitril 


n^,tt.1 


>i.,t^,/.td 




n...t,i..bl 


n(,t,mDt 




nM,tnd 


n..t,t,t,d 




nM,i.hii 




inceBtuously 


n«^hj.,/ 


n.!t,t.t,ng 


inoeatnouHliWW 


nM^ti«,iu 


D>,t,t<bn 
l>.,t,d,W 


ODBoldierlv 




Il.,t,d.DS 




n.,/»,td 


M,t.,td 


nngolioitona 


a../*,M 


m.MXk.te 


iDBoUntly 


n),Int^ 


ns,t,/4nn» 


DDaelected 


lu,/.k.td 


ju,t,i»An 




nl,r,ftt 
lW,r,bl,IW 


n»,t,r,td 


nDBiterablenPsa 


ii».triid 




ni.r.Tf.bl 


iu,tn,td 


»u'er»ioe»blj 


Iw.r,T»,bl 


n.,tnt in 


UDservkenblenes 


n>,r,T«,bl,iu 






li.,r,ni,n,t,bl 


naltnt',!!* 


iasurmounttibly 


a.,r,mji,t,bl 


n«,tnt,n.,/ 




iu.r.Di,a« 


IlS,tDtjU,IU 




ns^f.td 


n^tflt^h* 


unascerlainable 


I.»,r(,n.bl 


D^t,Dt^h>,I 


uuoertaintj 


iw,rt,n,t 


n»,t7M( 


un»8cerl»!ned 


n..rt.nd 


2^.S7' 


UDcertainlT 


ns,rt,nl 


n»^,eh,bl 


■..,t«.td 


unseurclioljly 


n»,r,oh.bl 


iu,t.g,tr 


unspsrchnblentsfl 


n.,r^h,bl,M 


ii»,t,gt,iiB 


inaurgent 


n*!r,k,ni»,p,t 


iu,t,gghn 


uncircumspPct 


ii.,t,ngjct 




D.,r,k,m..t,Il^ 


i«.t,ng.kt,T 


u.icircmi.cii<=(l 


E.^,k.n«,id 


W,t,ng,kt,Tl 


encircled 


iL.,r,kld 


li»,d«,iM 




D«,r,kl,llg 


l«..<int,l 


iiiBDrrection 


iu,r,kabn 


n.,diit [/] 


inBurrectionar; 


Ii«,r,k8hn,r 


iu*.pt,bl 


insunibility 


)l.,«,b,/,t 


n«,pt,bl 


iinscientiflo 


n*.nt,f,k 


nj.,pt,bl,t 




n«,nt,f,kl 


liM,p.kt 


nnseientiaoally 


n».nt,fAl 


llM,p,k,td 


anBcmtilUting 


B»^t.«,nB 


llM,p.kMg 




Dt.n^.ri^ 


n.»,p^ 




n..nd.w 


i„.,p,^,/ 


inseDBible 


n..n.,bl 


I».,t^,Urf 


i^^ibiiity ' 


n*^,bl 


n..,t^tA 


n*.n*.b.a 


iiw.t^tAl 




n>,n>,bl,iu 


n«,t,mt,kl 


insincerily 


IU,IM^,t 


jut.iM 


insincerely 


IU,IU^/ 


nM.t,t,ng 


eusnarlod 


n.ji,rW 


nM,U,iw 




■•JM^ag 



216 



PHONOGRAPHIC WORD-BOOK NO. H. 



uncensuirable 

unsociability 

unsociableness 

insatiableness 

Tinsucceeded 

unsuccessful 

unsuccessfully 

unsuccessfalness 

unsculptured 

encyclopedia 

encyclopedist 

unskilful 

unskilfully 

unskilfulness 

unscorched 

unseconded 

insignificant 

insignificantly 

insignificancy 

insignificance 

unsignalized 

unsanotified 

ensanguined 

unhesitatingly 

unlawfulness 

nullification 

unlimitable 

unlimitedly 

unlimitedness; 

unilluminated 

unlamented 

unalterable 

unalterably 

unalterability 

unalteiableness 

enlightenment 

unwholesomeness 

enlistment 

unillustrated 

unlicensed 

unlearnedly 

unlearnedness 

enlargement 

ineligibility 

analogicalness 

unliquidated 

unlikeliness 

inelegantly 

nervousness 

unrevealable 

unre?er«xitly 



n9,n,8hr,bl 
nsjshibylyt 

ns,8k,hl,n8 

n^,k5«,f,l 

n8,k88,fyl 

ns,^8,fyl,n8 

n5^,/,p,chrd 

&s,kl,p,d 

ns,kl,p,d«/ 

n«,k,/,fl 

n9,k,/,fl 

n«,k,/,fl,n« 

n9,k,r,cht 

n9,k,n}dd 

n?,g,n,f,k,nt 

n»,g,n,f,k,nt,/ 

n5,g,n,f,kn,s 

n«,g,n,f,kn« 

IL8fg,Jl\zd 

n«,ng,kt,fd 

n«,ng,gnd 

n,Et,t,ng,; 

nl,fl,njr 

nl,f,kshn 

nl,m,t,bl 

nl,m,td,/ 

nl,m,t,d,n5 

nl,m,n,td 

nl,m,n,td 

n,/,tr,bl 

n,/,tr,bl 

n,/,tr,bl,t 

n,/,tr,bl,n9 

nlt,n,m,n,t 

n,/5,m,n9 

nl9,t,mnt 

nl9,t,r,td 

n\8,n8t 

nl,r,n,d,/ 

nl,r,nd,nj 

nl,rj,mnt 

n,/J,bl,t 

u,/J,kl,n« 

nl,kd,td 

nl»kl,n« 

nl,gnt,/ 

nr,v*,nj! 

nr,Y,/,bl 



unreverend 

unreTengeful 

unrevenged 

enravishment 

Neuremburg 

unremembered 

unremittingly 

unremediable 

unremediably 

enormousness 

unremarkable 

unremarked 

unromantic 

unromantical 

unromantically 

narrow-minded 

inharmoniously 

unartificial 

unartificially 

unretracted 

unrhetorical 

unrhetorically 

inarticulate 

inarticulated 

inarticulately 

inarticulateness 

inarticulation 

unredeemable 

unreducible 

unreducibleness 

unredressed 

inordinately 

inordinateness 

ineradicable 

uneradicated 

Northfield 

Northampton 

Nor thumberland 

northstar 

north eastern 

north-western 

north-wards 

northernly 

northerner 

unrespited 

unrespected 

near-sightedness 

unrestored 

unrestrainable 

unrestrained 

unrestrieted 



nr,Tmd 

nr,T,ng,fl 

nr.v^jd 

nr,y,sh,mnt 

n,r,m,br,g 

nr,m,m,brd 

nr,m,t,ng,/ 

nr,ra,d,bl 

nr,m,d}bl 

nr,m«,n9 

nr,m,r,k,bl 

nr,m,r^t 

nr,m,n,t,k 

nr»m,n,t,kl 

nr,m,n,t,kl 

n,r,m,n,dd 

n,r,m,nf,/ 

nri4,8hi 

nrt,f,5A/ 

nr,tr,k,td 

n,rt,r,kl 

n,rt,r,kl 

n,rt^,/^ 

n,rt,k,/,id 

n,rt,'kJt;BM 

n,rt,k,^l«&]i 

nr,d,m,bl 

nr,dj,bl 

nr,d5,bl,]ii 

nr,dr«/ 

nrd,nt,/ 

nrd,nt,nf 

nrd,k,bl 

nrd,k,td 

nr,th,fld 

nr,th^,tn 

nr,th,m,br|liU 

nr,th9,t,r 

nr,tlM,tm 

nr,th9,trii 

nr,thrdr 

nr,THr,nl 

nr,THr,nr 

nr«,p,td 

nr«,p,k,td 

nr«,td,n« 

nr«,t,rd 

n,r»,tr,n,bl 

n^a,tmd 

n,rt,tojc,td 



PHONOOBAPHIO WORD-BOOK 90. U. 



217 



ifltible 

istibly 

isted 

iisiing 

listinely 

iented 

oWable 

lolved 

tolvinff 

wonred 

tervedly 



nr9,t,bl 
nr«z,t,bl 

nrftB,t)ng 

nr«z,t,ng,/ 

nrz,ii,td 

nrz,/,v,bl 

nrz,/,Td 

nrz,/,v,ng 

iirz,r,vd 

iir«,r,Td,/ 



lorvedness nrx,r,Td,n9 

iflonable nrx,n,bl 

iflonably nr4r,n,bl 

Monableness nrz,ii,bl,n« 

ment , nr,/,innt 

enting nr,lnt,ng 

>10gi8t JkyTfl^St 

lamented n,m,m,n,td 

lamental ii,m,miit,/ 

rran table n,r,nt,bl 

rrantably n,r,nt,bl 
rrantableness n,r,nt,bl,ii9 

asomed nr,n«,md 

Bsacked nr,n5,kt 

^teousness nr,oh5,n5 

(etical nrgt,kl 

^tioallv nrjtjkl 

j^tered nr^s,trd 

rittered nrj9,trd 

loioingly nr^»,ng,/ 

generate nr j ,iirt 

generated iirj,nr,td 

jBhineiit nr,8h,mnt 

soverable nr,k,vr,bl 

}OTered nr,k,vrd 

sompensed nr,k,mp,ns^ 

stifled nr,kt,fd 

guested nr,k9,td 

slaimable nr,kl^,bl 

slaimably nr,kl,m,bl 

olaimed nr,kl,md 

corded nr,k,r,dd 

Gordinff nr,krd,ng 

oounted nr,k,n,td 

concilable nr,k,n«,/,bl 

concilably nr,k,ii5,/,bl 

conciled nr,k,n9jd 

gulated nr^,/,td 

ganized n,r^g,ikxd 
{aaical nr,g,B,kl 



inorganically 

unwrinkled 

nonappearance 

nonpayment 

nonplussed 

nonplussing 

uninhabitable 

uninhabi tableness 

nonobseryanoe 

uninfluenced 

uninformed 

uninvidiously 

nonimportation 

nonmetallic 

unanimousness 

unenumerated 

unintelligible 

unintelligibly 

unintelligibility 

unintelligibleness 

unintelligent 

non-attendance 

non- attention 

unintentional 

unintentionally 

unentangle 

unentangled 

unentangling 

unindifferent 

unindustrious 

unindustriously 

nondescript 

unendorsed 

unenthralled 

uninspired 

enhancement 

announcement 

uninstructive 

uninstructed 

nonessential 

unenslayed 

unanswerable 

unanswerably 

unanswerableness 

nonsensical 

nonsensically 

nonsensioalness 

uninscribed 

unenlightened 

unenhurged 

unenerratod 



iir,g,n,kl 

nr,ng,kld 

n,n,p,r9M 

n,n,p,mnt 

n,n,pW 

n,n,pU,ng 

n,n,bt,bl 

n,n)bt,bl,n« 

n,n,b«,r,Tn« 

n,n,fl,n«^ 

n,n,f,r)md 

n,n,Y,d«,/ 

n,n,mp,r,t8hn 

n^,m,t,/,k 

n,n,m^,n# 

n,n,m,r,td 

n,nt,/j,bl 

n,nt,/j.bl 

n>nt,/j,bl,t 

n,nt,/,j,bl,n« 

n^nt^/^nt 

n,nt,nd,n« 

n,nt,nshn 

n,nt,nshn,/ 

n,nt,nshn,/ 

n,nt,ng,gl 

n,nt,ng,gld w 

n,nt,ng,gl,ng 

n,n,d>"*nt 

n,n,d«,tr« 

n,n,d«,tr«,/ 

n,n,d«,kr,pt 

n,nd,r9/ 

n,n,thr,ld 

n,n«,p,rd 

n,n5>mnt 

n,nj*ymnt 

n,n9>tr,kt,Y 

n,n9,tr,k,td 

n,n9,/,Yd 

n,n9,r,bl 

n,n«,r,bl 

n,n«,r,bl,n« 

n,n9,n«,kl 

n,n9,n9,kl 

n,n9,n«>kl,ni 

n,n9,kr,bd 

n,nlt,nd 

n,nl,rjd ^ 

n,nr»r,td 



218 



PRONOGRAPBIO TfOBD-BOOK NO. XL 



nonresemblsnee 

nonresident 

nonresistant 

nonresistance 

unenchanted 

nonchalance 

noncompliance 

nnencumber 

unencumbered 

unenoumbering 

uninquisitiye 

nonconformity 

nonconformist 

nonconforming 

nonconductor 

nonconducting 

nonexistence 

tmchastized 

uncharitable 

unoharitableness 

naturalist 

naturalism 

naturalized 

naturalization 

naturalizing 

naturalness 

enchantment 

enchantress 

enchantingly 

unchangeable 

unchangeably 

unchangeableness 

injudiciously 

in judiciousness 

unjustifiable 

unjustifiably! 

unjustifiableness 

unjustified 

injuriousness 

engendered 

engendering 

ingeniousness 

ingenuousness 

unsheltered 

nationalism 

nationalized 

nationalizing 

nationalness 

incapability 

incapableneds 

xncapaoitate 



n,n,r«,m,bln« 
nn,rz,dnt 

nn,rz8,tn8 

n,n,oh,n,td 

liyUfShlais. 

n»n,k,m,pl7M 

n,n,k,m,br 

n,n,k,m,brd 

n,u»k,m,br,ng 

n,n,kz,t,T 

n,n,k,n,f,r,m,t 

n,n,k,n,f,r,m«f 

ii,n,k,n,f.r,m,ng 

n,n,knd,k,tr 

n>n,kud,kt,ng 

n,n,g2«,tiw 

nyOhSftzd 

n,ch,r^,bl 

n)Ch,r^,bl,n9 

n,chr,lst 

n,chTjz,m 

ji,(ihT, Izd 

n,c\iT,lz8hn 

n,chr,/z,ng 

n,chr,/,n9 

n,chnt [mnt] 

n,ch,n,tr« 

n,chnt,ng,/ 

n,ch»ng,bl 

n,ch,nj,bl 

n,ch^J,bl,n9 

nJd,«A«,/ 

njd,»A«,n« 

n^8t,fthl 

n^«*,f,bl 

n,j8t,fM^ns 

ng«^fd 

noy«,n5 

nJ^Ujdrd 

nj,n,dr,ng 

nj,n«,n« 

nj,n«,n« 

n8hn,/z,m 

nshn,/zd 

nshn,/2,ng 

nshn,/,n« 

n,k,p,bl,t 

n,k,p,bl,n« 

n^,p9,tt 



incapacitated 

incapacitating 

incapacitation 

incapaciousness 

unequiTOcating 

encampment 

uncomeliness 

enactment 

nocturnal 

anecdotical 

inexpiable 

inezpiably 

unaccepted 

unacceptable 

inexpedient 

inexpediently 

inexpedience 

inexpediency 

unexposed 

uncxplicit 

inexplicitnesB 

unexplored 

unexplainable 

unexplained 

inexplicable 

inexplicably 

incxplicability 

inexplicableness 

unexpert 

unexpired 

inexpressible 

inexpressibly 

inexperience 

inexperienced 

unexpended 

unexpanded 

unexpounded 

unexpensivQ 

unexpensively 

unexceptionable 

unexceptionably 

unexceptionable- 

ness 
unexpected 
unexpectedly 
unexpectedness 
unexcitable 
unaccustomed 
unextirpated 
inexterminable 
unoxtortod 



n,k,p9,t,t4 

n^,p»,tt [ing] 

n,k,p«,t8hn 

n,k,p,«^A«,n« 

n,k,T,k,t,ng 

n,k,mp9nmt 

n,k,ml,n9 

n,kt,mnt 

n,kt,r^l 

n,k,dtj^l 

n,ka,p,bl 

n,k«,p,bl 

n,k»,p,td 

n,k«,pt,bl 

&>k9,p,dnt 

n^,p,dnt [Q 

n,k9,p4'*' 

n,k«,p,dn^ 

n,k8,]pzd 

n,k«,pl#,t 

n,k«,pl5,t^ 

n,k«,pl,rd 

n»k«,pl,n,bl 

n,k»,plnd 

n,k«,pl^,bl 

n,k«,pl,k,bl 

n,k5,pl,k,bl«t 

n>kj,pl,k,bl,B» 

n,k«,prt 

n,k«,p,rd 

n,k5,pr«,bl 

n,k«,pr«,bl 

n,k9,p,m« 

n)k«,p,m«f 

n,k»,pn,dd 

n,k«,pn,dd 

n,k«,pn,dd 

n,k«,p,n«,T 

n,k«,p,n«,T,/ 

n,k«,p,«A,n,bl 

n^«,p^A,n,bl 

n,k«,p^^,n,bl 

ns 
n,k«,p,k,td 
n,k8,p^,tdj 
n,k9,p^i,d,nf 
n,kj,t,bl 
n,k«,t,md 
njE«,tr,p,td 
n,k«,tr,m,n»bl 
n,k»,t^,td 



VBONOaBuaio wobi>-book ho. n. 



riwbleiMW 



a,ki,tr,k,bl 

n,)u,tT,k,bl,ii 

o^,tr,k,td 



jognighnble i 
lingoishabl; i 
JDEOiBhed 1 



tcaaibleii«u 

(Oable 

«lerated 

Mtionftble 
Mtionablj 

estioned 
estioning 

usably 

iiBablenesf 

«^t>bla 

litorial 
tUfiedaess 

tivaWd 

iping 

aping 



!uUbTe 
niably 



n,kji,/,bl 

n,k»,i,r,td 

D,kf,rK,d 

a,k«,a,td 

ii,k«^h,n,bl 
ii,ka.ch,D,bl 
n.k(,ohiid 

n|k*,k,bl ' 
n,k<,k>,bl 
u,k(,ki,bl 
n,k>,kz,b1ju 

ii,k«,kjt,bl 
n,kx,t,Tl 



n,kU,pt 
n,kU,pt 
n,M»,p,og 

D,kl.,fe 



i>,kU, 



n,bU,kl 

n,kl,r,fa 

n,klD,iu 

i>,fcl,al,i|jt 

n.kl,iighD 

n,kl,k,td 

n,l>l,k,t.nK 

n,b1,k,;,br 

n,kl,k,/,bl 

D,kl,k^,ld 

n,kl,kehn 

n,kr,pt,bl 



incon-aptibility 
ineorruptibienes 
UQcarpetod 

uncorruptedness 
unconiiptly 

orpulent 

jrporated 
inearporating 
incorporesil 
iuaorporeally 

orporally 
incorpoTstion 

incurability 



uncur tailed 

iincritiosl 

incredible 

incredibly 

incredibility 

iooredibleneM 

uQcreditable 

uncredilableneaa 

QDoredited 

unaccredited 

incrednlity 

iDcreduloaa 

iocrcdulously 

inoredulousueas 

inorustnt«d 
oncrystiklli zablc 

uncryatalliied 

enernBtdng 

incarcerate 

iivoarcerated 

InoarceTating 



310 

ii^,pt,bl.t 
n,kr,pt,blinf 

n,k,r,p,td 
n,kr,p,td 
n,kr,pt,d,n* 

n,kr,pt,I 

ii!k,r,p',In( 

u,kr,pr,td 

D,kr,prt [ing] 

ii,kr,p,r/ 

n,kr.p,W 

n',lr!pr!( 
ii,kr,pTBlul 

Slk'r^l,* 



n!k'rt,ld' 

n!kH,kl 

D,kTd,bI 

n^rd,bl 

n,krd,bl,t 

n,krd,bl,n> 

n,kr.dt,bl 

n,kr,dt,bl,iu 

n,fcrd,td 

n,krd,td 

n.krd,/,t 

n,krd,;jt^ 
u,kid,lija» 

n,ltw.t./i,bl 
n,kr<(.abii 

n.krit [ins] 

n,kr9,r< 
n,kra,r,td 

i),kr(,oliii 



208 



PBOKOaRAPHIO WORD-BOOK HO. U. 



! 



! 



unprecedentedly 

unpresumptuous 

unpresumptuouslj 

luiprolific 

unparliamentary 

unparliamentarily 

unparliamenta- 

riness 
unparalleled 
unprinted 
unapprehended 
unprincipled 
unapprehensive 
unprmcely 
unpronounceable 
unapproachable 
unapproachable- 

ness 
unpurchased 
unprejudiced 
unperjured 
unperishable 
inappreciable 
unappreciated 
unpractised 
unproclaimed 
unpanoplied 
unpenetrable 
unpunctuated 
anabaptist 
unbefriended 
unobtrusive 
unobtrusively 
unobtrusiveness 
unobtainable 
unabsorbable 
unabsorbed 
unobstructed 
unobscured 
unabsolvable 
unabsolved 
• unobservable 
unobserved 
unobservedly 
unobservant 
unobservance 
unobserving 
unobservingly 
uDhlamahlo 
ttBhlamahlenGM 
unblemishahle 



n,pr«,dif,td,/ 

n,pr5,m,ch« 

n,pr«,m,chs^ 

n,pr,/,f,k 

n,pr,/>ni,nt,r 

n,pr,/,mnt,r,/ 

n,pr,/,mnt,r,xi« 

n,pr,/,ld 

n,prn,td 

n,pr,n,dd 

n,pr,n9,pld 

n,pr,n«,v 

n,pr,n8,/ 

n,pr,n,n«,bl 

n,pr,ch,bl 

n,pr,ch,bl,n5 

n,p,r,ch«/ 

n,prj,d«/ 

n.prjrd 

n,p,r,sh,bl 

n,pr,»A,bl 

n,pr,«^,td 

n,pr,k,t«f 

n,pr,kUmd 

n,p,n,pld 

n,p,n,tr,bl 

n,p,ng,ch,td 

njb,p,t«^ 

n,b,frn,dd 

n,b,tr5,v 

n,b,tr«,vl 

n,b,tr5,v,n« 

n,b,t,n,bl 

n,b5,r,b,bl 

n,bs,r,bd 

n,b5,tr,k,td 

n,bv,k,rd 

n,b2:,/,v,bl 

n,bz,/,vd 

n,br,r,v,bl 

n,b2r,r,vd 

n,bz,r,vd,/ 

n,b«,r,vnt 

n,b«, r,vn» 

n,b«,r,v,ng 

n,bz,r,v,ng,/ 

n,bl,m,bl 

n,b\,mM)iis 

]i,bl,m,Bli,\A 



unblemished 

unobliterated 

unblossoming 

unballasted 

unblasted 

unbl anted 

unblinded 

unblended 

unbalanced 

unblanched 

unblenchine 

unblushingly 

Newbury jort 

unbribable 

unabbreviated 

unbridled 

unburthened 

unburthening 

unabrogated 

unobnoxious 

unobnoxiously 

unobjectionable 

unobjectionably 

unbecomingly 

unbecomingncss 

Nebuchadnezzar 

ineflFableness 

unfavorable 

unfavorably 

unfavorablencss 

infamousness 

unfamiliarity 

unfudingness 

unfaithfulness 

unfathomable 

unfdthomnbly 



n,bl,m,«Af 
n,b,/^,r,td 
a,bl9,m,Dg 

n,bl5,td 

n,bln,id 

n,bln,dd 

n,bln,dd 

n,b,/,n9^ 

njbln^cht 

n»bln,ch,ng 

n,bl,8h,ng3 

n,b,r,p,rt 

n,br,b,bl 

n,br,v,td 

n,br,dld 

n,b,r,THnd 

n,b,r,THn,ng 

n,br,g,td 

n,b,n,k,sh< 

n,b,n,k^h«,/ 

n,b^,k,sh,n,bl 

n,bj,k,sh,n,bl 

n,b,k,m,ngj 

n,b,k,m,ng,iw 

n,b,kd,n2;,r 

n,f,bl,n*- 

n,f,vr,bl 

n,f,vr,bl 

n,f,vr,bl,n« 

n,f,m5,n« 

n,f,m,/,r,t 

n,f«l,ng,n* 

n,f,th,fl,n* 

n,f,TH,m,bl 

n,f,TH,m,bl 



unfathomableness n,f,TH,ra,blAW 



\ 



infusibility 

infallibility 

infallibleness 

unfulfilled 

inflammable 

inflammability 

imflammableness 

inflammatory 

inflar^mation 

unfaltering 

unfalteringly 

unphilosophical 



n,f2r,b,/,t 

n,f,/,b,/,t 

n,f,/>bl,n* 

n,f,/,fld 

n,fl,m,bl 

n,fl,m,bl,t 

n,fl,m,bl,n5 

n,fl,m,t.r 

n,fi,mshn 

n,f,/^,r,ng 

n,f,/f,r,ng,/ 

n,fl«,f,kl 



\m\>\j\\ouo^\v\<i^\\^ n.,fl.s,f,kl 



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icitous 


Jk,tJS,i8 


icitously 


UyfylSytSj 


icitoiisness 


n,f,/»,t«,n* 


enced 


n,fi,nst 


encing 


n,fl,n«,ng 


Bntial 


n,fl,n,M/ 


entially 


n,fl,n,«A^ 


aching 


n,fl,n,ch,ng 


ted 


n,fl,k,td 


licted 


n,fl,k,td 


(ted 


n,fl,k,td 


ting 


n,fl>k>t,ng 


Jting 


n,fl,k,t,ng 


cible 


n,fl,k9,bl 


cibly 


n,fl,k«,bl 


cibility 


n,flk«,b,/,t 


(ibleness 


n,fl,k«,bl,n« 


tion 


n,fl,k8hn 


slingness 


n,f,/,ng,n« 


rbidden 


n,fr,b,dn 


rfeited 


n,f,r,f,td 


ervescence 


n,f,r,v»,n« 


amable 


n,fr,m,bl 


amcableness 


n,fr,pi,bl,n5 


rmidable 


'ii,f,r,md,bl 


mality 


n,f,r,m,/,t 


pmented 


n,fr,m,n,td 


mation 


n,fr,m8hn 


iiitful 


n,frt,fl 


uitlxilness 


n,fVt,fl,n5 


Ptility 


n,frt,/,t 


petold 


n,f,rMd 


ptunate 


n,f,r^nt 


ptunately 


n,f,^^nt,/ 


rtunateness 


n,f,r^nt,n5 


•cible 


n,fr5,bl 


pcibly 


n,fr5,bl 


piousness 


n,f,r*,n» 


rsaken 


n,fM,kn 


pwarded 


n,f,r,r,dd 


(ended 


n,frn,dd 


iendly 


n,frnd [r\ 


iendliness 


n,frnd,l,n5 


mchise 


n,frn,clijs 


inchisement 


n,frn,ch2r,mnt 


mchised 


n,frn,chrd 


inchising 


n,frn,cli2r,ng 


Dgement 


n,frn.j,mnt 


ngcd 


n,frn.jd 



Qginff 



ii,frnj,n 






unfiir^sbing 

unfrugiveroua 

infracted 

infracting 

unfrequent 

unfrequented 

unfrequently 

unfrequenting 

unfrequency 

infraction 

unforgiving 

unforgivingly 

infinitesimal 

infanticide 

infiniteness 

Newfoundland 

inoflFensively 

inoffensiveness 

unfashionable 

unfashionably 

inefficiently 

unafiectcdly 

ineffectualness 

infectiously 

inefficaciously 

infectiousness 

inefficac^iousness 

una£fectionate 

newfangled 

inevitableness 

inveterately 

inveterateness 

invitingness 

unavoidableness 

invidiousness 

investment 

investiture 

investigate 

invest! gable 

investigated 

investigator 

investigating 

investigation 

invisibility 

invisiblenesB 

Nova Zembla 

envclopement 

inviolaoility 

inviolablencsa 



n,frn,8h,ng 

n,fr.j,vr» 

n,fr,k,td 

n,fr,kt,ng 

n,fr,knt 

n,fr,k,n,td 

n,fr,knt,/ 

n,fr,knt,ng 

n,fr,kn,s 

n,fr,kshn 

n,fr,g,v,ng 

n»fr,g,v»ng,/ 

n,f,n,t«,m,l 

n)f,n,t«,d 

n,f,nt,ns 

n)fnd,/n<2 

n,f,n«,v,/ 

n,f,n^,v,n5 

n,f,5A,n,bl 

n,f,«A,n,bl 

n,f,M,nt,/ 

n,f,k,td,/ 

n,f,k,ch,/,n9 

n,f,k,8h9,/ 

n^,k,sh5,/ 

n,f,k,sh9,n« 

n,f,k,8h5,n9 

n,f,k,8h,nt 

n,f,ne,gld 

n,vt,Dl,n« 

n,v,trt,/ 

n,v,trt,n* 

n,vt,ng,n9 

n,vd,bT,n« 

n,v,d«,n9 ~ 

ii,v«,t,mnt 

n,vs,tt,r 

n,V5,t,gt 

n,va,t,g,bl 

n>v«,t,g,td 

a>v«»t,g,tr 

n,v«,t,gt,ng 

n>v«)t,gshii 

n,V2r,b,/,t 

n,V2,bl,n« 

nfV2,m}bl 

n,v>^P»mnt 

ii,v,/,bl,t 



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i«oKoaaAt>Bio wofiD-Booic iro. n. 



involvedness 
invalidated 
invalidating 
inyalidaess 
invalidation 
involuntary 
involuntarily 
involuntariness 
invulnerable 
invulnerability 
invulnerablenoM 
invariableness 
nevertheless 
universality 
universalist 
universalism 
environment 
unvarnished 
unvariegated 
inventiveness 
invincible 
invincibly 
invincibility 
invincibleness 
unvenerable 
unvanquished 
navigableness 
inveiglement 
invigorated 
invigorating 
invigoration 
unimplicated 
unimprovable 
unimprovableness 
unimproved 
unimproving 
unimportant 
unimpor tuned 
Unimpressive 
unimpressively 
unimpregnated 
Unimpeachable 
Unimpassioned 
nimblefooted 
uimblewitted 
nimbleness 
unamiableness 
numberless 
unembarrassed 
uaempbatic 
unemphatieaJly 



a,vld,td 

n,v,/,dt [ing] 

n,v,/,d,n9 

n,v,/,dshn 

n,v,/»/,r 

n,v,/»f,r,/ 

jx.,y,lnt,r,n8 

n,vl,nr,bl 

n,vl,nr,bl,t 

n,vl,nr,bl,n« 

n,v,r,bl,n« 

n,v,r,TH,^ 

n,vr5,2,t 

n,rT8ilz,m 

n,v,m,mnt 

n,v,r,n^ht 

n,v,r,g,td 

n,vnt,v,n9 

n,v,n«,bl 

n,y,n«,bl 

n,V)n9,b,/,t 

n,v,n«,bl,n5 

n,v^r,bl 

n,v,ng,k,8ht 

n,v,g,bl,n5 

n,v,gl,mnt 

n,v,gr,td 

n,v^rt,ng 

n,v,grshn 

n,m,pl,k,td 

n,m,pr,v,bl 

n,m,pr,v,bl,n« 

n,m,pr,vd 

n,m,pr,v,ng 

n,mp,r^nt 

n,mp,r^,nd 

n,m,prs,v 

n,m,pr5,v,/ 

n,m,pr,g,n,td 

n,mp>ch,bl 

n,mp,«^7}<^ 

n,m,bl,f,td 

n,m,bl,td 

n,m,bl,ns 

n,m,bl,ns 

n,m,br,^ 

n,m,b,r^^ 

n,m,f,t,k 

2I,]Xl,ft,kl 



unmodifiable 

animadvert 

animadverted 

animadverter 

animadverting 

animadversion 

unmeditated 

unmastered 

unmistakable 

unmistakably 

unmalleability 

unmelodiously 

unmildness 

unmolested 

anaxorphosis 

unmeritedness 

unmerciful 

unmercifully 

unmercifulness 

numerousness 

unmerchantable 

unmonopolized 

unmindful 

unmindfully 

unmindfulness 

unemancipated 

unministerial 

unministerially 

unmanageable 

unmentioned 

nomenclature 

unimaginable 

unmeasurable 

unmechanical 

unmechanically 

unmingled 

unmingling 

antepenult 

antepenultimate 

entablature 

notabletiess 

anti-abolitionist 

notification 

intemperate 

intemperately 

intemperateness 

unattempered 

intemperance 

untimoered 






]i,in,d4tbl 
n,m,d,yrt 

n,m,d>Vf''«^ 

n,m,d>vrt,r, 

n»m,d«vrt»ng 

n,m,d>or8hn 

n,m,d,t,t»d 

n,m«,trd 

n,m5,t,k,bl 

n,m9,t,k)bl 

n,m,/,b)/)t 

n,m,/,d«,/ 

n,m,/,d^iu 

n,m,/«,td 

n,m,r,t88 

n,iB»r^,d,ii« 

n»m,r«,f,l 

n*m,r»,f,/ 

n,m,r9,f,/,n9 

n>m,r9»njf 

n,m,r,ch,nt,1)l 

n>m,n,p,/2<l 

n,m,n,d,fl 

n,m,n,d,fl 

n,m,n,d,fl,nl 

n,m,n5,p,td 

n,m,n«,t,r,l 

n,m,ny,t,r,/ 

n,m,ng,bl 

n,m,n,8hnd 

n,m,n,kl,chr 

n,mJ,Q,bl 

n,m,zhr,bl 

n,m,k,n,kl 

n,m,k,n,kl 

n,m,ng,gld 

n,m,ng,gl,ng 

nt,p,nlt 

nt,p,nlt,mt 

nt,blt,r 

nt,bl,n9 

nt,f,kshn 

n,t,mp,r^ 

n,t,mp,r/,/ 

n,t,mp,r/,ntf 

n,t,m,prd 

n,t,mp,m« 

n,t,m,brd 

ivt^md^td 



PHOirOa&AFHIlO WOBD^BO^ KO. CC 



»3 



ezpofltulator 

expostulating 

expostulation 

expositiye 

expositor 

exposition 

expletiTO 

exploded 

exploding 

explosive 

explicit 

explicitly 

explicitness 

explorate 

explored 

explorer 

exploration 

exploring 

explainable 

explanatory 

explanatonness 

explained 

explainer 

explanation 

explaining 

explosion 

explicable 

explicatory 

experiment 

experimented 

experimental 

experimentally 

experimentaHst 

experimenting 

expertly 

expirat-ory 

exporter 

expertness 

eiLportation 

exported 

exporting 

expressible 

expressive 

expressively 

expressiveness 

expressed 

expressly 

expressness 

expressing 

ex-presid^t 

experkmee 



ks,ptf,t^,tr 

k»,p«,t,/<,ng 

k9,p2r,t,v 

k«,px,tr 

ks,p2shn 

ka,plt,v 

k«,pl,dd 

k«,pld [ing] 

k«,pl*,v 

k«4)l^,t 

k«,pl«,t,n9 

k«,pl,r* 

k«,pl,rd 

k«,pl,r,r 

k5,pl,r9An 

k«,pl,r^g 

k«,pl,n,bl 

k9»pl,n,tr 

k«,pl,n,trtn« 

k5,plnd 

k«,pl,nr 

k5,pl,nshA 

k^^plno^? . 

k9,pl,k,bl 

k5,pl,k,tr 

k9,pr,mnt 

k9,pr,m,n>td 

k«,pr,mnt,/ 

k«,pr,mnt^ 

k«,pr,mAt,ng 

]u,prt,/ 

k»,Pir,t^ 

k«,p^,tr 

k«,p^^,n« 

k«»p,r,tslui 

k5,p,r,td 

k«,p,r<,ng 

k«,pr«,bl 

k«,pr«,v 

k«,pr«,vl 

k9,pr«,v,n« 

k«,pr«* 

k«,pr«,/ 

k«,pr«,n9 

k*,pr«,ng 

k«,pr0,dnt 



experienced 

experiencing 

expurged 

expurging 

expiration 

expression 

expressionless 

expurgate 

expurgated 

expurgator 

expurgatory 

expurgatoriaess 

expurgating 

expurgation 

expended 

expanded 

expounded 

expounder 

expending 

expanding 

expounding 

expansible 

expansibly 

expansibility 

expansibleness 

expensive 

expansive 

expensively 

expansively 

expensiveness 

expansiveness 

exponent 

expunged 

ISxpunging 

expansion 

expatiatory 

expatiated 

expatiating 

exceptionable 

exceptional 

expatiatlon 

expected 

expectorate 

expectorated 

expectorating 

expectorant 

expectoration 

expectant 

expecting 

exuberantly , 

ex-min&fttwc 



k9,pim€t 

lu,p,m« [ing] 

k«,p,rjd 

k«,p,rg,ng 

k«,p,rai/m 

kx.prshn 

k«,prshm,Z9 

kj,pr,gt 

k«,pr^,td 

k«,pr,g,tr 

k*,pr,gtr 

k«,pr,gtr,n* 

k5,pr,gt,ng 

k»,pr,Mlm 

ks,pn3d 

k.9,pn,dd 

k«,pn,dd 

k«,pnd,r 

k5,pnd,ng 

k«,pnd,ng 

lw,pnd,ng 

k5,p,n5,bl 

k9,p,n«,bl 

k9,p,n«,b,/,t 

k«,p,n<,bl,n« 

k«,p4i«,T 

k5,p,n9,v 

k*,p,n«,v,/ 

k«,p,n5,v,/ 

k«,p,n«,v4i' 

k«,p,n«,v,n» 

k9,pn,nt 

k«,pn^d 

k»,png,ng 

k«,p,nshn 

k«)P>sht,r 

k«,p,9A,td 

lM,p,«A*,ng 

k«,p,«A,n,bl 

k«,pshn,l 

kstpyshshn 

k«,p,k,td 

k«,p,kt,7f 

k9,p,kt,r,td 

k«,p,kt,r/,ng 

k«,p,kt,m^ 

k«,p,kt,rsAn 

k«,p,kt,nt 

k»,p,kt,ng 



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intensiTely 
intenseness 
untenantable 
untenanted 
intangible 
intangibility 
intangibleness 
intentioned 
unteachableness 
antechamber 
intoxicate 
intoxicated 
intoxicating 
intoxication 
anticosmetic 
, antichrist 
antichristian 
antiquarianism 
anticonstitutional 
anticonstitutional- 
integument [ist] 
integrated 
integration 
antagonist 
antagonistic 
antagonism 
entanglement 
entangled 
entangling 
untangling 
independent 
independently 
independence 
independency 
indeprivable 
undeprived 
undepraved 
undepreciated 
undiplomatic 
indubitable 
indubitably 
indubitableness 
indefatigable 
indefatigably 
indefatigability 
indefatigableness 
indefatigation 
indefeasible 
jndefeasibility 
needfalDcss 
undefrauded 



nt,n5,y,/ 

nt,n5,n« 

nt,n,nt,bl 

nt,n.n,td 

nt,ng,bl 

nt,n.j,bl,t 

nt,ng,bl,n9 

ntjUshnd 

nt,ch,bl,n5 

nt,ch,m,br 

nt,k9,kt 

nt,k«,k,td 

nt,k«,kt,ng 

nt,k5,kshn 

nt,lLr,mt,k 

ntMfst 

nt,kr5,chn 

nt,k,r,n2r,m 

nt,k,n9,t,tshn,l 

nt,k.iir,t,tshn,l3t 

nt,g,mnt 

nt,gr,td 

nt,grshn 

nt,g,n»,t,k 

nt,g,n2r,m 

nt,ng,gl,mnt 

nt,ng,gld 

nt,ng,gl,ng 

nt,ng,gl,ng 

nd,pn,dnt 

nd,pn,dnt [/] 

nd,pn,d?i9 

nd,pn,dn,8 

nd,pr,v,bl 

n,d,pr,vd 

n,d,pr,vd 

n,d)pr,sA,td 

n,(i,pl,mt,k 

nd,bt,bl 

nd,bt,bl 

nd,bt,bl,n9 

nd,f,t,g,bl 

nd,f,t,g,bl 

nd,f,t,g,bl,t 

nd,f,t,g,bl,n* 

nd,f,t,gshn 

nd,fz,bl 

nd,fz,b,/,t 

nd,fll,n8 

nd,f,r,d^ 



indifferent 

indifferently 

indifference 

undefinable 

undefinably 

indefinitely 

indefiniteness 

undefended 

indefensibility 

indefcnsive 

indefectibility 

undeviatingly 

individuality 

individualize 

individualized 

individualizing 

indivisible 

indivisibility 

indivisiblencss 

unadvisedly 

unadvisedness 

undivulged 

undiverted 

inadvertent 

inadvertently 

inadvertence 

undiversified 

indomitable 

inadmissible 

inadmissibility 

undemolished 

indemnified 

indemnification 

indemnifying 

indemonstrable 

undiminishable 

undiminished 

unadmonished 

undiminishing 

nndutifulness 

indictment 

indebtedness 

undeterminable 

indeterminate 

i ndeterminately 

indeterminateness 

undetermined 

undeter min ation 

undedicated 



iiyd fimt 

n,d,frnt [0 

ii,d,friu 

nd,f,n,bl 

nd,f^,bl 

iid,f,nt,/ 

nd,f,nt,n# 

iidXn,dd 

iid/,n«,b,/,t 

nd,f,n«,T 

nd,f,k,t,bl,t 

nd,vt,ng^ 

iid,Td,/,t 

nd,vd,/x 

nd,YdJzd 

nd,vd,U,iig 

nd,vr,bl 

ndfYZyhJft 

nd,yz,h\;DM 

nd,Yr,d,/ 

nd,yz,d,nf 

nd,v,/jjd 

nd,v,r,td 

nd,v,rf,nt 

nd,v,r^,nt,/ 

nd,Y,rt,n8 

nd,v,r«,fd 

nd,mt,bl 

n,d,m9,bl 

n,d,m9,b,/,t 

n,d,m,/^A,t 

n,d,m,n,fd 

n,d,m,n,fj(slm 

n,d,m,n,f,ng 

n,d,m,n«,t,r,bl 

n,d,m,n,sh,bl 

n,d,m,n,sht 

n,d,m,n^ht 

n,d,m,n^h,Dg 

nd,t,fl,n« 

n,dt,mnt 

nd,td,nj 

n,dt,r,m,n,bl 

n,dt,r,m,n,t 

n,dt,r,m^,t,/ 

n,dt,r,m,n,t,ni 

n,dt,r,mnd 

n,dt,r,m,n8hn 

n,dd,k,td 

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accelerating 

acoeleratioa 

ex-legislator 

ex-Fepresentatiye 

casehardened 

casehardening 

exorcism 

exorcised 

exercised 

exorcising 

exercising 

accentaated 

accentuating 

eccentricity 

eccentric 

accentuation 

questionable 

exchangeable 

exchanged 

exchanger 

exchanging 

excavated 

excavating 

excavation 

excommunicable 

excommunicate 

excommunicated 

excommunicating 

excommunication 

excusable 

excusableness 

exquisitely 

exquisiteness 

exculpate 

exculpated 

exculpatory 

exculpating 

exculpation 

exclamative 

exclamatory 

exclaimer 

exclamation 

exclaiming 

excluded 

excluding 

exclusive 

exclusively 

exclusiveness 

exclusion 

excrement 

ezeonited 



lu,/,r?,ng 

k*,r,prz,nt,t,v 

k9,r,dnd 

k«,r,dn,ng 

k5,r«z,d 

Ils^tszA 

kj,rj2,ng 

kJ,r«2r,ng 

k9»nt,td 

ks,nt,t,ng 

k9,n,t»,t 

k*,n,tr,k 

k*,h,tshn. , 

k«,ch,n,bl 

k«,ch,ng,bl 

ks,ch,njd 

k*,ch,n,jr 

k*,ch,nj,ng 

k»,k,v,t(l 

lw,k,vt,ng 

k«,k,vshn 

k«,k,m,n,k,bl 

k*,k,m,n,kt 

k*,k,mjn,k,td 

k5,k.m,n,kt,ng 

ks,k,m,n,k8hii 

ks,kz,bl 

k«,k«,bl,n» 

k5,kz,t,/ 

k5,kr,t,na 

ks,kl,pt 

k*,kl,p,td 

k9,kl,pt,r 

k*,kl,pt [ing] 

k$,kl,pshn 

k9,ki,mt,v 

k9»kl,mt^ 

k9,kl,mr 

k«,kl,mshn 

k9,kl,m,Dg 

k9,kl,dd 

k«,kld,ng 

k*,kl*,v 

k5,kl.y,v,^ 

k«,kb,v,n9 

k«,klzhn 

k«,kr,mnt 



excoriated 

execrating 

excoriating 

excursive 

excursively 

excursiveness 

excrescence 

excruciable 

excruciating 

execration 

excoriation 

excursion 

excogitate 

excogitated 

excogitating 

excogitation 

executioner 

cosmopolite 

cosmopolitan 

cosmologist 

cosmography 

culpability 

culpableness 

claptrap 

colporteur 

qualification 

Cleveland 

clovenfoot 

cloven-footed 

calvinist 

calvitiistic 

calvinistical 

Calvinism 

clambering 

calamitously 

clumsiness 

calumniated 

clemently 

calumniator 

calumniatory 

Clementina 

calumniating 

calumniously 

calumniousness 

calumniation 

climacteric 

climacterical 

cultivated 

cultivator 

cultivating 

cultWatioiL 



k»,k,r,td 

k«,krt,ng 

k«,k,r*,ng 

k»,k,r5,T 

k»,k,r5,y,/ 

k5,k,r«,Y,n« 

k«,kr«,n« 

k9,kr,sh,bl 

k9,k)r,sht,ng 

k5,krshn 

liStkyrshn 

k«,krshn 

k9,kg,tt 

ks,kgt,td 

k»,kgt,t,ng 

k9,kj,tshn 

k9,kshn,r 

kr,m,p^^ 

kz,m,p,/^,n 

kz,m,/g«f 

kz,m,gr,f 

kl,p,bl,t 

kl,p,bl,n« 

kl,p,tr,p 

kl,pr,tr 

kl,t',k8hn 

kl,v,/nd 

kl,vn,ft 

kl,vn,f,td 

k,/,v,n«^ 

k,/,v,n?,t,k 

k,/,v,ns,t,kl 

k,/,v,n2r,m 

kl,m,br,ng 

k,/,m,t9,/ 

kl,uLr,n9 

kl,m,n,td 
kl,mnt,/ 

kl,m,n,tr 

kl,m,n,t,r 

kl,mnt,n 

kl,m,n,t,ag 

kl,m,n9,/ 

kl,m,n«,n5 

kl,m,nshn 

kl,m,k,tr,k 

kl,m,k,trjd 

klt,v,td 

klt,v,tr 

klt,"^t.,i^% 



214 



PHONOG&APHXO trOBD-BOOK KO, U. 



exufosrm^nt 

wonderment 

endorsement 

wonderstruck 

indirectly 

indirectness. 

indirection 

Indianapolis 

undauntedly 

undauntedness 

indentation 

indentured 

indenturixu; 

endangered 

endangering 

indigestible 

indigested 

unadjusted 

indigestion 

indecomposable 



iid,r,mnt 

n,dr,mnt 

nd,rs,mnt 

n,dr«,tr,k 

n,dr,kt,Z 

n,dr,kt,n« 

n,dr,kshn 

nd,n,p,/5 

nd,n,td,/ 

nd»nt,d>n« 

nd^^tshn 

nd,n,chrd 

nd,n,chr,ng 

nd,njrd 

nd,njr,ng 

nd J«,t,bl 

nd,J9,td 

ndg«,td 

ndj«,chn 

nd,k^pz,b,l 



indecomposableness ndyk,mpr,b,/,n« 

nd^,mp2<l 
nd,kt,bl,t 
nd,kt,yl 
nd,kt,Yl 
nd,kt,r,nt 
nd,kt,r,n,td 
nd,kt,r,nt,ng 
nd,kt,r,nshn 
nd,kt,n« 
nd,kl,n,bl 
nd,klnd 
nd,kr,fb 
nd,kr«,/ 
nd,kr«,n5 
nd,g,n,fd 
nd,g,nnt 
nd,g,nnt,/ 
nd,g,nshn 
n,th,m,tzd 
n,th,m,t2:,ng 



induotibility 

indioatively 

inductively 

indoctrinate 

indoctrinated 

indoctrinating 

indoctrination 

inadaquateness 

indeclinable 

undeclined 

handicraft 

indecorously 

indecorousness 

undignified 

indignant 

indignantly 

indignation 

anathematized 

anathematizing 

unthoughtfulness n,tht,fl,n9 

enthusiastic n,th,z*,t,k 

enthusiastical 

enthusiastically 

anthropophagi 



unthriftily 
unthriftiness 
unthr eaten ed 
eathrallment 
enthronement 



n,th,z5,t,kl 

n,th,z9,t,kl 

n,thr,p,f,g 

n,thr,ft,/ 

n,thr,ft,n« 

n,thrt,nd 

n,thr,i,m]it 

ii,thT,ii,m,ii,i 



\ 



unthankful 

unthankfully 

un than kfulness 

unthinkingly 

unthinkingness 

nethermost 

Netherlands 

inhospitable 

inhospitably 

inhospitableness 

unspottedness 

inhospitality 

insipidness 

unspecified 

unsupplanted 

unsepulchered 

unsupported 

unseparated 

unaspirated 

inauspiciously 

inauspiciousneiis 

unspeakable 

unspeakably 

inspected 

inspector 

inspecting 

inspection 

unsubmissiye 

unsubstantial 

insubordination 

unsuborned 

unsubjected 

unsophisticated 

insufferable 

insufferably 

henceforward 

insufficient 

insufficiently 

insufficiency 

uncivilized 

unsavoriness 

unassembled 

unsymmetrical 

unassimilated~ 

unseemliness 

instability 

unstableness 

unsuitableness 

unestablished 



n,t]i4kg>k4 

n,th,ng*kifl 

n,th,ng,k,ll,if 

n,th,ngAE,nf,l 

n,th,ng.k,iif^ 

n,THr,m«f 

n,TUTjniM 

n9,pt,bl 

n«,pt,bl 

n«,pt,bl,nf 

&«,pt,d,nf 

n9,pt,/,t 

n9,p,d,n# 

n«,p«,M 

n«,pln,td 

n«,pl,krd 

n9,p,r,td 

n9,p,r,td 

nt,p,rM 

ns,p,$hM^ 

nj,p,k,bl 

n9,p^,bl 

n9,p,k,td 

n«,p,k,tr 

ns,p,kt,ng 

n9,p,kshn 

ns,b,m«,v 

n8,hs,t,n^hi 

B-9,b»r,d,n8h]i 

n«,b,rnd 

n«,bg,k,td. 

n*,fj?,t,k,td 

n*,f3r,bl 

n*/r,bl 

ns/,r,rd 

n8,f,8h,nt 

na,fysh,nt^ 

nsi^Jzd 

n*,v,r,n# 

n,s,m,bld 

ns,mt,r,kl 

n9,m,/,td 

nsymjjis 

n»,t,bl,t 

n«,bl,n9 

n«,t,bl,D9 

n9,t,bl,8ht 

n9,t,bl,«A4ig 



i^oKOGiupmo troBD^-BooK: M. n^ 



)dif 



oredulousaesf 

coordinate!/ 

credentials 

coordination 

correspond 

corresponded 

correspondent 

correspondence 

correspondency^ 

corresponding 

correspondingly 

corrosibleness 

cruciform 

crucifix * 

crucifixion 

corrosivenesB 

crystallise 

crystallized 

crystallization 

crystallizing 

crystedlography 

crustiness 

crustaceous 

crustaceousness 

cucharistical 

Ohrysostom 

cursoriness 

Christendom 

Christianity 

christianize 

christianized 

christianizing 

coruscation 

crosscxamine 

crossexamined 

crossexamination 

crossexauiining 

crossgrain 

quari^elsomely 

quarrelsomeness 

carelessness 

querulousness 

carnivorous 

chronometer 

chronological 

cornerstone 

chronicled 

chronicling 

orownglass 

€hronogr»phy 



krd,/«4i# 
k,r3,n^t^ 
krd,n^A/;e 
, k,r,d,nshn 
kr«,pnd 
kr«,pn,dd 
kr«,pn,dnt 
kr9,pn,dn« 
kr«,pn,dn,s 
kr«,pnd,ng 
kr«,pnd,ng^/ 
k,r«,bl,n« 
kr^X^ym 
kf>«/,k^ 
kr«,i',kshn 
k,r«,v,!iff 
kr«,t,/z 

krsytjzshn 
kr«,t,/z,ng 
kr*,t,/^r,f 
kr«,t,n^ 

krSyUshsins 

kr«,tj£l 

kr««,t,m 

kr*,r,n.? 

kr9,n,d,m 

kr«,ch,n,t 

kr«,ch,nz 

krSyCh,nzd 

kr«,ch,n2;,ng 

k,r5,kshn 

kr«,gz»mn 

kr«^z,mnd 

kr«,gz,m,nshn 

kr«,gz,m,n,ng 

krjf,grn 

k,r/4r,ml 

k,r/«,m,ns 

k,r/«,n^ 

k,r,/5,n^ 

k,r,n,t»r* 

kr,n.m,tr 

ki,nlg,kl 

kr,nr,9,tn 

kr,n,kld 

kr,n,kl,ng 

kr,n,gl^ 



courteonsnesB 

charttcteristio 

eharacteristical 

charaieteristically 

charactertsticttlnew 

charaCteriee 

characterized 

characteriting 

correctness - 

crookedness 

corkscrew 

caricatured 

caricaturist 

caricaturing 

craggedness 

chirographic 

cannibalism 

accountability 

accountableness 

quintessence 

counterpoise 

counterpoised 

counterpoising 

counterplot 

counterplotting 

counterproof 

counterpart 

count?erpressure 

counterpane 

counterbalance 

counterbalanced 

counterbalancing 

Canterbury 

counterieit 

counter^it^d 

counterfeiter 

counterfeiting 

countrified 

counterevidende 

countervail 

countervailed 

countervailing 

countermovemeilt 

countermarch 

countermark 

countermarked 

countermarking 

countryman 

countermine 

countermiTXQ^ 

counteTmijii&( 



k,r,oli«,il9 

kr,k,tr«,t,k 

l^r,k,tr«,t,kl 

kr,k,tr«,tskl 

kr,k,tr«st,kt,n« 

kr,k,tr« 

kr,k,trzd[ 

kr,k,tr«,ng 

kr,k,t,n9 

kr,k,d,n9 

k»r,k«,kr 

kr,k,chrd 

kr,k,i6hrAf 

kr,k,chr,ng 

kr^,d,»» 
k,r,gr,f,k 
k,n,b,/2;,m 
k,nt,b,/,t 
k,nt,bl,n« 
k,n,ts,n« 
■ knt,r,p« 
knt,r,pzd 
knt,r,pz,ng 
knt,r,plt 
knt,r,plt [ing] 
knt,r,pr,f 
knt,r,p,rt 
knt,r,pr,sht 
knt,r,pn 
knt,r,b,/n9 
knt,r,b>/,ii«f 
knt,r,by/,u«,ng 
knt,r,b,r 
knt,r,ft 
knt,#',f,td 
knt,r,f,tr 
knt,r,ft,ng 
knt,r,fd 
knt,r,v,diw 
knt,r,v,l 
knt,r,v,ld 
knt,r,v,f,ng 
knt,r,m,v,mni 
knt,r,m,r,ch 
knt,r,m,r,k 
knt,r,m,r,kt 
knt,r,m,r,k,ng 
knt,r,mn 
knt,r,mn 



PROSDOKAPtllC 1 



D-BOOK HO. a. 





ni^^hr,bl 


nnreTerend 


ur.mid 




n>M,hM 




nr,T,nj4 


unsociable Dcss 


n*^,bl,n« 




nr.T^S* 


insminblcneas 


n.M,bl,n. 


enntTisbment 


nr.T^h^t 


Knsuceceded 


n.,k*,dd 




li.r,m,b« 


unauccesiful 


tur,kM,r,l 


uni'pm?mt)ei'ed 


nr.ni.m,l>nl 




n»,kM/,/ 




SJ»'' 


DUSKCcessfulDeM 


it)^>JJ,nt 


nnremediable 


onsoulptnrod 


tuM.ffibiA 


unreined iably 


nr^^W 


encyclopedia 


n.,kl,p.d 




iir,rn>,n( 


eaayolapedist 


n,.kl,p.d.( 


Hnremnrksble 


nrj.^A.M 


unskiiral 


n.,k,irfl 


unremarked 


iir,ni^^ 


unskilfully 


n*,k,/,fl 


nnromantic 


nr^ji,a 




n.,k,/,fl^ 




nr^AOl 


unscorohed 


n»,k,r^ht 




nr^,n,til 




n..k^.dd 


narrow-minded 


D^^,n^ 




n»^,n,f,kat 


inbarmonioualy 


n,r,in^^ 




n.«,n.f.k,nW 




nrt^^ 




nj^,n,f,kn^ 




iuV,«U 


inaignific&aca 


n»^,n.f,k«« 


nnretraeted 


iur.tir,k,ld 


uDsfgualiied 


nj.g.nliil 




n,rt,rAI 




u*,ng.kt,fd 


iinrl„.toriraUr 


a,rt^Al 




ns.ng.gnd 


inilrtiCttliito 


n.rl^* 


anhesitatingly 


n,it,t,ng,; 


ii..irtic..l«.ed 


n.rt,k^,td 




nl.fl.n. 


Jniirliculitclj 


a,Tt,kJIJ 


nullification 


nl.f,kshn 


inarticulutenesB 


a,rt,kJtfit 


onlimiUible 


nl,m,t,bl 




n.rt.k.iabi 




nl,m,td,/ 


iiiireclepmn.iilB 


lir,d,m,bl 




nl,M,t,d,o. 


unrc'lucililo 


&r,di,bl 




nl,ni,n.td 


unre-iuciblmefs 


Ilr,d9,bl,n« 


UDlameDted 


nl,m,n,td 




nr.dril 


unnltBi-abla 


tt,;,tr,bl 


inoriiinntely 


nrd,nt.i 


unalWrabW 
nn&lterabitit; 


n,(,tr,bl 


inorJiniiteness 


nrd.nt,ni 


n,/.tr,bl,t 




nrd,k,bl 


uDalteiablenesa 


n,;,tr,bl,n. 




ilrd,k,td 


enlightenment 
unwholesomenaM 


nlt,n,m,n,t 


Nortbfield 


or,th,ad 


n,/».Di,n. 


Northamptoa 


i»-.lh,m,tii 




nl),t,mnt 


iir,th,m,bt,U 


uniliufltrated 


nb,t.r,td 


nortlistar 


nr.tha.t.r 


unlicensed 


ltl],n«( 


north eaatern 


nr.ths.trn 




nl,r,n,d,; 


north-weatern 


nr,th«,trB 


unlearnednsM 


nl,r^.n» 


north- Tarda 


nr.thrdi 


enlargement 


nl,rj,mnt 


nortbemly 


np,THr,nl 


ineligibility 


n,/j,bl,t 


northerner 




•raalogicalnera 


n,/j.kl,n. 




nra.p.td 




nl,kd,td 




nr..p,k,td 


nnlikeUaees 


nULn. 




nr.,td.n. 


inelegantly 


n\.gnt.l 


unrcatoreil 


nr>,t,rd 






unreatroinnblo 


n,rg,tr,n,bl 


uarerealable 


nr.T^M 


MnvcsiursviQiii 


n«,tmd 


iiareT«r»naj 


lir.T,rrU.I 




^^««»«w». 



raOlTOGBAPHIO WOBD-BOOK 90. XL 



229 



exorbitant 

exorbitance 

exorbitancy 

exhortatire 

exhortatory 

exaggerated 

exaggerating 

exaggeration 

e;Lactitude 

exeotttorsliip 

executrix 

exactness 

galvanist 

galvanism 

galvanized 

galvanizing 

agglomerated 

agglomerating 

agglomeration 

guiltlessly 

guiltlessness 

clitteringly 

Kiggledypiggledy 

golofever 

goldfinder 

golddigger 

golddigging 

gladsomely 

gladsomeuess 

guilelessness 

glorification 

agreeablenesB 

gravitation 

grievousness 

gtaveclothed 

grumbled 

grumbler 

grumbling 

grumblingly 

grammatical 

grammatically 

gormandize 



gar,r,b,tnt 
g2r,r,b,tra« 
gz,r,b,tn,s 

g2r,r^,t,r 

g«j,r,td 

g«g,r/,ng 

g«j,r»A» 

gar,kt,td 

g2r,k,tr,ffA,p 

g«,k,tr,k« 

g«,kt,n« 

g,/,v,n^ 

g,/,v,nz,m 

g,/,v,nzrf 

g./,v,n2r,ng 

gl,m,r,td 

gl,m,rf,ng 

gl,mr8hn 

gJtJSyl 

g,lt,l8,n8 

gl,tr,nK,/ 

gld»P,gl,d 

gld,t>r 

gld/,n,dr 

gld,d,gr 

^d,d,g,ng 

gld«,m,/ 

gld«,m,n5 

g,/^,n« 

gl,r,f,k8hn 

gr,bl,n5 

gr,V,tshn 

gr,V5,n* 

gr,v,kl,TH2r 

gr,m,bld 

gr,m,bl,r 

gr,m,bl,ng 

gr,m,bl,ng,/ 

gr,mt,ki 

gr,mt,kl 

g,r,m,n,dz 



gormandized 

gormandizer 

gormandizing 

gratefulness 

gratification 

gratuitously 

grotesquely 

grotesqueness 

gratulatory 

guardedness 

gracefulness 

gracelessly 

gracelessnesd 

garlanded 

garlanding 

girlishness 

granivorous 

aggrandizement 

aggrandized 

a-ggrandizer 

aggrandizing 

groundless 

groundlessly 

groundlessness 

grandiloquent 

grandiloquence 

granulated 

granulating 

granularlv 

Greenland 

egreg^ousness 

gorgeousness 

graciousness 

agriculture 

agriculturist 

agricultural 

gregariously 

gregariousness 

ignobleness 

igQominiously 

gainlessnesB 

ignorantly 



g,r,m,n,drd 

g,r,m,n,dp,r 

g,r,m,n,dz,ng 

grt,fl,na 

grt,f,kshn 

grt,t«,/ 

gr,t»,kl 

gr,t»,k,n» 

grt,/^r 

g,r,dd,n» 

gr*,fl,n» 

grs,lsyl 

gr8,ls,ra 

g,r/,n,dd 

g^lnd [ingl 

g,r/,sh,n« 

gr,n,t)r« 

gr,n,d2r,mnt 

gr,n,dard 

gr,n,dr,r 

gr,n,d?r,ng 

grnd,/« 

grnd,/»^ 

grnd,/5,n« 

gr,nd,l,kni 

gr,nd,l,kn« 

gr,nl,td 

gr,nlt,ng 

gr,n,/,r,7 

grn,/nd 

grjs,n« 

g,rj«,n» 

gr,sh»,n» 

gr,kl,chr 

gr,kl,chr«/ 

grjtl,chr,l 

gr,g,r*,/ 

gr,g,r*,n* 

g,n,bl,n» 

g,n,m,n9,/ 

g,n,l*,n« 

g,nrnt,/ 



Exercise XX. 
Containing words of which the first consonant'Sound is " no.** 



Anelo- American ng,gl,mr,kn' | anglicizing 
anglieiitd ng,gh^,d | Anglo-Saxon 



&g>gU2;,ng 



218 



FAONOGRAPmO TTORD-BOOX KO. n. 



nonresemblBaoe 

nonresident 

nonresistant 

nonresistance 

nnenchanted 

nonchalance 

noncompliance 

nnencumber 

unencumbered 

tinencnmbering 

nninqnisitiye 

nonconformity 

nonconformist 

nonconforming 

nonconductor 

nonconducting 

nonexistence 

tinchastized 

uncharitable 

uncharitableness 

naturalist 

naturalism 

naturalized 

naturalization 

naturalizing 

naturalness 

enchantment 

enchantress 

enchantingly 

unchangeable 

unchangeably 

unch angeableness 

injudiciously 

in judiciousness 

unjustifiable 

unjustifiably 1 

unjustifiableness 

unjustified 

injuriousness 

engendered 

engendering 

ingeniousness 

ingenuousness 

unsheltered 

nationalism 

nationalized 

nationalizing 

nationalness 

Jncapability 

inoapahleneas 

inoapamUkte 



n,n,r9,m,bbw 

nn,rz,dnt 

nn,r3r5,tnt 

nn,rz«,tn« 

n,n,ch)n,td 

n^,k,m,pln« 

n,n,k^,or 

n,n,k,m,brd 

n,n,k,m,br,ng 

n,n,kz,t,Y 

n,n,k,n,f,r,m,t 

n,n^,n,f,r,m«^ 

n,n,k,n,f.r,m,ng 

n,n,knd,k,tr 

n,n,kud,kt9ng 

n,n,g25,tfw 

n,cha,t2d 

n,ch,rf,bl 

nych,r^bl,n« 

n,chr,^/ 

n^hr,/;e,m 

n,Ghr,/z^ 

n,chr,/2r,ng 

n,chr,/,n9 

n,chnt [mnt] 

n,ch,n,tr« 

n,chnt,ng,/ 

n,ch,nj,bl 

n,ch,nj,bl 

n,ch,ng,bl,n9 

ngd,«A«,/ 

njd^^,n5 

n^5^f,bl 

n^«f,f,bl 

ng«^,f,bl,n5 

nj«^fd 

n,jy«,n* 

nj,n,drd 

nj,n,dr,ng 

n^,n«,n« 

nj,n8,n« 

n,«A,/,trd 

nshn,^;?,m 

"nahiiylzd 

nshn,/;e,ng 

nshn,/,n9 

n>k,p,bl,t 

n,k,p,bl>B<8 

n,k,p»,tt 



1 



incapacitated 

incapacitating 

incapacitation 

incapaeiousness 

unequiTocating 

encampment 

uncomeliness 

enactment 

nocturnal 

anecdotical 

inexpiable 

inexpiably 

unaccepted 

unacceptablt 

inexpedient 

inexpediently 

inexpedience 

inexpediency 

unexposed 

unexplicit 

inexplicitness 

unexplored 

unexplainable 

unexplained 

inexplicable 

inexplicably 

incxplicability 

inexplicableness 

unexpert 

unexpired 

inexpressible 

inexpressibly 

inexperience 

inexperienced 

unexpended 

unexpanded 

unexpounded 

unexpensive 

unexpensively 

unexceptionable 

unexceptionably 

unexceptionable- 

ness 
unexpected 
unexpectedly 
unexpectedness 
unexci table 
unaccustomed 
unextirpated 



n^,l»,t,t4 

n^,p9,tt [iqg] 

n,k,p5,t8liii 

n^«p^At^ 

n,k,T,k,t,sg 

n,k,mn}Butt 

n,k,ml,n» 

n,kt,mnt 

n,kt,r^I 

n,k,dtja 

n,]u,p,bl 

njK9,p,bl 

n»k«,p,td 

n,k«,pt',bl 

&^,p,dnt 

n jM,p,dnt [Q 

n,k«,p,dfu 

njM,p,dn^ 

n,k«,pffcf 

n,k«,pU,t 

n,k«,pl«,t,&» 

njM,pl,rd 

n,k«,pl,n,bl 

n,k«,plnd 

n,k0,pl,k,bl 

n,k9,pl,k,bl 

n,k«,pl,k,bl,t 

n>kj,pl,k,bl^ 

n,k«,prt 

n,k#,p,rd 

n,k«,pr«,bl 

n,k«,pr«,bl 

n,k9,p,rfi« 

n,k«,p,m9f 

n,k«,pn,dd 

n4c«,pn,dd 

n,k»,pn,dd 

n,k«,p,n«,T 

n,k«,p,n«,T,/ 

n,k«,p,9A,n,bl 

n,k9,p^A,n,bl 

n,k«,p^^,bl 

n« 
n,k«,pjc,td 
n,k«,p,k,td^ 
n,k9,p,kt,d,nff 
n,k«,t,bl 
n,k#,t,md 
nju,tr,p,td 



FHOMoeairatd vobo-book ho. tt. 



fr,ii.dit 


thermgl 


ft,ii^ 


fr,n^M 


thi risen 


(',ii,-b,i« 


thirtaenth 


tr,k. 


thiid 


tUhr 


tbinlB 


rtk. 


Thuraday 


«,k.." 


Ihimy 


.l,k.,rf 


Bcourgo 


•Lit 


Kourged 


♦!.gr,t 


KourgiDg 


a' 


Le.m 

]«.med 


*-,b-,t 


learjed 



i;*l. 



lurked 


fr,k,l 


lurking 


Ir.kaj 




'.pl..° 




r,El...,( 




nfl.,.,01 


x"-' 


;:f' 


i^feired 


f,H 


refarring 


r.fr,«g 



«r.ch 


recurring 


r,kr,ng 


•r^lu 


Infer 


B.fr 


tr^btj 


turemNl 


D,frd 


W^W 


lufrrrinj 


'Jr' 


•rlcM 


nniiiry 

nulliffed 


ml,kt 


nl.rd 


inl,kt 


niillifier 


rl.f.r 


mr.mr 


nulliiicBtitiD ' 


Dl.r.kshii 


Dir,aird 


nnllifjing 


nU,n8 


mr,nir,r 


nulLly 


l«l,t 



220 



PHONOGRAFHIO WORD-BOOK NO. lU 



nnchristianized 

uncbrbtiaBizing 

unchristianly 

-anchristianness 

incarnated 

incoherently 

incarnating 

incarnadine 

incarnadined 

anachronism 

incarnation 

encroachment 

nncourteously 

encroachingly 

incorrigible 

incorrigibly 

incorrigibility 

incorrigibleness 

encouragement 

encouragingly 

uncorrected 

incorrectly 

uncharacteristic 

incorrectness 

incorrection 

unaccountable 

unaccountably 

unaccountability 

unaccountableness 

uncountermanded 

encountered 



n,kr«,ch,nz,ng 

n,kr9,ch,nl . 

n^r«,chn,n« 

n,k,r,n,td 

n,k,r7i/,/ 

n,k,r,nt,ng 

n,k,r,nd,n 

n,k,r,nd,nd 

n,kr,nz,m 

n,k,r,nshn 

n,kr,ch,mnt 

n,kr,ch«,/ 

n,kr,ch,ng^ 

n,krj,bl 

n,kr,j,bl 

n,krj,bl,t 

n,krj,bl,n« 

njLrg,mnt 

n,kr,j,ng,/ 

n,kr,k,td 

n,kr,k,t,/ 

n,kr,k,tr«,t,k 

n,kr,k,t,n* 

n,kr,kshn 

n,k,nt,bl 

n,k,nl,bl 

n,k,nt,bl,t 

n,k,nt,bl,n« 

n,knt,r,m,n,dd 

n,knt,rd 



encountering 

uncounteracted 

incantation 

incandescent 

incandescence 

enkindled 

unkindliness 

enkindling 

unkindness 

uncancelled 

unacknowledged 

uncanonical 

uncanonically 

uncanonicalness 

unquenchable 

unquenchably 

unquenchableness 

incautiousness 

noxiousness 

incognizable 

unexamined 

inexhaustible 

inexhaustive 

neglected 

neglecting 

ingratiated 

ingratiating 

ingratiatingly 

ungraciously 

ungraciousness 

ingratiation 



n,knt^^g 

n,knt,r^,td 

xi,k,n,tehn 

n,k,n,d4,nt 

n,k,n,d«»n5 

n,kjndjd 

n,knd,/,n9 

n,k,nd,l,ng 

n^,nd4i« 

n^,n«,ld 

n,k,nljd 

iiAc,n^,kl 

n,k,n,njd 

nJc,n4ifkl,Di 

n^,n,ch,bl 

n,k,n,ch,bl 

n,k,n,ch,blptf 

n,k,sh«,nf 

B,k,sh«,n« 

n,k,g,n«,bl 

nig2,mjid 

n,gz»?t,bl 

n,g«*,t,v 

n,gl,k,td 

n,gl,k,t,ng 

n,gr^h,td 

n,gr^ht,ng 

n,gr 8ht,ng,/ 

n,gr,8h«,/ 

n,gr,8h8,ns 

n,gr,8h8hn 



Exercise XV. 
Containing words the first consonant-sound i>f which is " ch." 



Chambermaid 

chamberlain 

Chambersburg 

chatterbox 

chastisable 

chastisement 

Chesterfield 

cheesemonger 

childbirth 

childbearing 

childlessness 

chJldisbnesa 



oh,m,br,md 

ch,m,br,/7i 

ch,m,br2r,br,g 

ch,tr,b,k9 

chSftZybl 

ch9,tr,mnt 

ch*fr,f,ld 

chz,m,ng,gr 

chld,br,th 

chld,b,r,ng 

ohld,l9,n« 

chld,sA,ii« 



cheerfulness 

charmingness 

charitableness 

Charleston 

Charlestown 

churlishness 

chargeableness 

chanticleer 

chancellorship 

changeability 

changeableness 

Qhicken-hearted 



chr,fi»n« 

ohr,m,ng,ns 

ch,r^,bl,n« 

chr,/z,tn 

chr,/z,tn 

chr, I jShyVLS 

ch,rj,bl,n« 

ch,nt,kl,r 

ch,n5,lr,«A,p 

ch,ng,bl,t 

ch,ng,bl,ii» 

oh,kxi,r,tfd 



pfioKoeaiPttto woBS-Bootc so. tt 



«tl 



fttmitare 


fr,n,chr 


Tertiary 
thermal 


tr,8hr 


faraish 


fr,n,sh 


tfanm^l 


famished 


fr,n,sht 


thirteen 


thrt,n 


famishing 


fr,n,sh,ng 


thirteenth 


thrt,n,th 


firkin 


fr.kn 


third 


thrd 


Valtare 


Vl,chr 


thirds 


thrdar 


Vulcan 


Vl,kn 


Thursday 


thr#,d 


▼ulcani^e 


vl,kn,z 


thirsty 


thr«,t 


vulcanized 


vl,kn,zd 


Scourge 


«krj 


vulgar 


vj,gr 


scourged 


«krjd 


vulgarity 


1rl,gr,t 


scourging 


«krj,ng 


vulgarly 
Verbose 


▼l,«r,^ 


Learn 


Im 


Hr^s 


learned 


trnd 


Verbosity 


ih'.hift 


learped 


/r,nd 


verboseness 


fir,h8fn$ 


learner 


Itn.T 


verb 


V,b 


learning 


lm,ng 


verbal 


vrfhl 


lurch 


lr,ch 


verbality 


*r,bl,t 


lurched 


lr,cht 


verbally 


vr,h.l 


Itirk 


IrM 


Verbalize 


f>r,hM 


lurked 


/r,k,t 


Vermin 


vr,mn 


lurking 


/r,k.ng 


Verse 


vri 


Repulsive 


f',pl«,v 


averse 


i>rg 


repiilsively 


r,pU,v,/ 


virgin 


vrAn 
V J,n 


reptflsiveneM 


npl«,v,n# 


Virginia 
Virgiuiaa 


repdlsory 
refer 


f',pl»,f 
r.fr 


virginal 


wj,nl 


referred 


r,frd 


virginity 


fro,n,t 


referring 


nfr,ng 


venal 


V,fll 


recur 


r.kr 


venally 


v,nl 


recurred 


r,krd 


virtue 


rr.ch 


recurring 


r,kr,ng 


virtuous 


9r,ch» 


Infer 


n,fr 


virtuously 


rr,ch«,/ 


inferred 


n,frd 


virtual 


i>r,ch,l 


Inferring 


n,f|>ttg 
nl,f 


virtaally 


vr,ch,/ 


nullify 


Mulct 


ml,kt 


nullified 


nl,fd 


mulcted 


ml,kt 


nullifier 


nl.f,r 


murmar 


mrjmf 


nullificafion 


Dl.r.kshd 


mormured 


lnr,mrd 


nullifying 


nl.f,ng 


nturmarer 


mr,mr,r 


nullity 


lil,t 


immerse 


lnr« 


unlearned 


n,lrnd 


Immersed 


mrs^ 


nerve 


nr,v 


imtuersiug 


mr«/ag 


ener\'e 


nr,v 


immersion 


mrshn 


nerved 


nr,vd 


murmuring 


mr,rnr,ngf 


enerved 


nr,vd 


murder 


mr,dr 


nervoUts 


nr,v« 


murdered 


mr,drd 


nervously 


nr,v«,/ 


murderous 


mr,drs 


ncfftousuesff 


nr,v«,n* 


murderer 


mr,dr,r 


n^ving 


nr,v,u% 


BMromr 


nuv^ 


nurM 


lUtt 



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Exercise XVIII. 
Words, the first consonanUsound of which is " k." 



Capableiiesa 

captirated 

captivating 

eaptiyation 

capitalist 

capitulation 

copartment 

copartner 

copartnership 

caparisoned 

caparisoning 

Copernicus 

Copernican 

capriciously 

capricioosnesff 

Capricorn 

Capricomoa 

equiponderate 

equiponderant 

equiponderance 

capaciousness 

captiousness 

cabalistic 

cabalistical 

cabalistically 

Coblentz 

cabinetmaker 

covetousnesK 

equivalently 

covertness 

covenanted 

covenanter 

covenanting 

equivocalness 

cumbersome 

cumbersomely 

cumb er someness 

cumbrousness 

Cumberland 

comfort 

comfortable 

comfortably 

comfortableness 

comforted 

comfortless 

comforter 

vomforting 



k,p,bl,n« 

k,pt,v,td 

k,pt,Tt,ng 

k,pt,Yshn 

k,pt,/9f 

k>pt,/sAn 

k,prt,mni 

k,prt,nr 

k,prt,nr,sh,p 

k,p,r«,nd 

k,p,r«,n,ng 

k,pr,n,k5 

k,prn,kn 

kipTjShSfl 

k,pr,«A«,n« 

k,pr,k,m 

k,pr,k,r,n9 

k,pnd,rt 

k,pnd,rnt 

k,pnd,r7i« 

k,p,«A«,n9 

k,p,5A«,n« 

kjh f is it, k 

k,b,/9,t,kl 

k,b,/«,t,kl 

kjblntzr 

k,b,n,t,m,kp 

k,v,ts,n« 

k,v,/w/,/ 

k,vrt,n5 

k,vn,n,td 

k,vn,n,tr 

k,vn,nt,ng 

k,T,kl,n« 

k,m,br«,m 

k,m,br«,m,/ 

k,m,br5,m,n^ 

k,m,br«,n« 

k,m,br,/n<f 

k,m,frt 

k,m,frt,bl 

k,m,frt,bl 

k,m,frt,bl,m 

k,m,f,r,td 

k,m,frt,/s 

k,m,frt,r 

k,m,frt,xig 



Eamschatka 

camera obscuiu 

cataplasm 

equitablenesa 

cotemporary 

eotemporaneous 

catastrophe 

kettledrum 

caterpillar 

accoutrement 

cat-o'-nine-tails 

octogenarian 

catechetical 

catechetically 

categorical 

categorically 

octangular 

cadaverously 

equidistant 

equidistance 

quadrupled 

quadrupling 

Kidderminster 

quadrangle 

quadrangular, 

Catholicism 

catholicised 

icthiologisk 

icthiological 

catholicon 

catholicness 

acceptable 

acceptably 

acceptability 

acceptableness 

acceptance 

acceptation 

expediting 

expedient 

expediently 

expedience 

expediency 

expeditious 

expeditiously 



k,ni9,k,t,k 

k,m^,lM,k/ 

kt,plz,nL 

kt,bl,n< 

kt,mp,r^ 

kt,mp,r,n9 

k,to,tr,f 

kt,/,dr,m 

kt,r,p,/^ 

k,tr,nmt 

kt,nnt,i!r 

ktg,nrn 

k,t,kt,kl 

k,t^t,kl 

kt,gr,kl 

kt,gr,kl 

kt,ng,g,/^ 

tdtYTSfl 

k,d9,tnt 

k,d«,tn« 

k,dr,pld 

k,dr,pl,ng 

k,dr,m,n5/r 

k,dr,ng,gl 

k,dr,ng,gl,r 

k,th,/«2r,m 

k,th,/5,zd 

"kithyl^st 

k,th,/,i,kl 

k,th,/,kn 

k,th,/,k,n5 

k*,pt,bl 

k5,pt,bl 

k9,pt,bl,t 

k«,pt,bUn« 

k5,p,tn5 

k5>p,tsl)n 

k«,p,dt [ing] 

k«,p,dnt 

k«,p,dnt [/] • 

k«,p,dn« 

k«,p,dn,8 

ksipjdyshsji 
lu,p,dshn 



PHOXOOSATBIfl ■WttaO-'BOOK KO, IL 



erpoatQlntor 

eipoBtnUtiog 

ezpoBtnlatioB 

eitwBitiTe 

expositor 

ei position 

ezpletire 

exploded 

exploding 

eiplo«iT» 

explicit 

eipUoiUi«u 
eiplorMa 

explorer 
eiptorfttion 

eiplorioR 
eiplunable 
eiplauftCoT^ 
explan&toniiciu 

explniaer 

expluiatioii 

explaining 

eiploBioa 

eiplicsble 

explioatory 

experiment 

e I peri men ted 



jxpery 



intaiiaC 



expertly 
expiratory 

expertaesi 
exportatioii 

eiportiu 

exprea»iUe 

expreaaire 

expreHJTelj 

expreasiTeBeu 

eipresaed 

eipreuly 

expreiuieai 



kfcp..t^,lf 
]ts,ft,t4t,ng 

kj,pzshn 
ks,pU,T 
lu,pl,dd 
fea.pld [ing] 

ki',flt,t 
kf,pU,t,; 
k»,pI<,t,B« 

\j,p\,n 

k«,pl,rd 
kj.pl.r,f- 

ki,pl^*fia 

k»,pl,rM 

k»,pl,nM 
k«,pl,n,tr 
ki,pl,B,trjw 

lu|pl,nr 

kj,pl,n8hn 

k<,plD^ 

ki,pUAN 

k>,pl,k,l>l 

lu.pl^.tr 

k«,pr,n]it 

k«,pr,iatit,i 

k*,i>r,iiint^ 

k(,pT.iiuit,M 

ki,pr,iii>tjig 

ki.pct,/ 

k«,p.r,t,r 

k*,p^,iu 

ks,p.rt^g 
kJ,pr(,bl 



experienced 

experis&oiiig 

expoTging 

expiration 

expresaion 

expressionloM 

expnrgate 

expurgated 

expnrgator 

expQrgator* 

eipurgatorUMM 

expurgating 

expargatian 

expended 

expanded 

expounded 

eiponiider 

expending 

eipnading 

eTpoDoding 

eipanaibLe 

expanfibly 

eipanaibillty 

expanribleneai 

expaoiiye 

expansile 

expeniirely 

expansively 

expensiTeneu 

expanilTeneei 

exponent 

expunged 

-expunging 

expansion 

expatiatory 

expatiated 

expatiating 

exceptionable 

exceptional 

expatistion 

expected 

expectorate 

expectorated 

expeolorating 

expectorant 

eipeetoration 

expeoting 



ex-u^A^Mc 



«8 

ks.ptnul 

k*,p^[iBgl 

k.,p,r^d 

".p.'-g.ng 

kj,prsbn 

k<,prelm^ 

Ja,pr«t 

B«,pr^,td 

fc*,pr,g,tr 

l".pr,gtr 

ks,pr^,n« 

k»,pr«t,ng 

k>,pr^hM 

ks,pii3d 

]u,pn,dd 

k>,pn,dd 

tu,pnd,Dg ' 

ki.pnd.Dg 

kj,pnd,ng 

k«,p,B>,U 

k«,p,B«,b] 

k(,p,n(,b,I,t 

ks.pju.T 

lu,p,n(,T^ 

ki.pnjd 

ks.pnj^ 

ks,p,nihn 

k(,p^ht,r 

k«,p^A,ld 

k«,p^,u- 

k>,p^AiM 

ks,paluij 

fc*,p,M<An 

kj,p^,td 

kt,p,kt,r« 

k9,p,kt,r,id 

k«,p,kt,r<,Bg 

ki,p,bt.rnt 

kf,p,kt,r*in 

kj,p,kt,Bt 

lujaJHwL 



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eitemponiing 

eitemporiiry 

extempomnlj 

exteuiporaQooaB 

eiteinporaneoual? 

exoitement 

eoatstical 

cnstiidial 

caBCellat«d 

caatile-Kiftp 

oostliii«ss 

extirpate 

eitirpsted 

extirpator 

eitirpatiog 



._ik.,t,mp.r,. 
k*,t,m,W 
k>,t,miit 
bt,ttja 
^,td,l 
k),t,Md 
k«,t,J«,p 

k«,tr,pt 



eitraragiiatlj 

extr^Taguitiies 

eitravaguice 

extravagaDiB 

eitremitj 

ixtremel; 



exterminated 



extorted 

«tortmg 

€xtraorUiDary 

extraordinarily 

ex traordinariiicas 

Gxt«rioritj 

eiteriorlj 



_-,lr!p,td 

k>,tr,pt [ing] 

kf.tT.pehn 

kf,tr,v>sliiL 

lu,tr,T,g^t 

k..tr,y^jit^ 

k>,tr,v,g,Dt,iu 

b«,tr,i,gni 

k<,tr,T^ii,( 

kf!tr!m!j 

kj!tr!m!n,'td 
lu,tr^,n,tr 

kJ,t,r,td 
kj,tr^,(Oir 



b,tr 



,d,nr^ 



extriDaioal 

eitrioaieally 
exteroal 
extern*!]^ 



kfitF^idinTgiu 

k«,t,r^,t 

k(!tr|az,k 
kii,tr,iu,kl 
k>,tr,uijd 

luitr^ 



extnjodieial 

e(t<irtloD 

extortionate 

eilortioneF 

extract 

extricated 

extracted 

extraotor 

eitricatjng 

eitraoting 

extrioBtion 

eitraotjon 

exteDnated 

extennating 

extending 

extensibilitT 

extensibleutM 

extaniiie 

exlen«iTel7 

extenaiTeoeai 



castigated 

oastiga' or 

caaUgatiag 

caatigation 

caating-Tote 

coasting-trade 

extinct 

extinction 

extingaisli 

cstiDguishnblo 

cstiuguishnient 

eitinguiahed 

eitinguiaher 

estingaiahing 

acaidental 

accidentally 

accesBibility 

exacerbate 

exacerbated 

exacerbatiog 

exacerbeacenoe 

exacerbation 



k<,tr^Ar 

k*.tr^t 

lu.tr^t 

k<,tr,k,td 

k>,trjc,td 

k«.tr^,tr 

)u,tr^t^ 

k<,tr^t^ 

k>,tr,kdiu 

k>,trAslim . 

k*,t^,td 

k<,t^,t^ 

k>,bi^ 

k«,tndjg 

k<,t,ii*,b,t,t 

kj,t,n«,bl^ 

k*,t,iu,f 

K£r 

ka.t^shn 
k»,t.g.td 
kJ.t,g.tr 
i».t«tjig 
k«,t,gBlui 

k5,t,ng,trd 

k<,t,ng,kt 

ki,t,ng8hn 

k<,t,ng,e*h 

ki,t.ng,g^,U 

k.,t,ng.j.rt,,«al 

k'-t.ng.g^t / 

kJ,t,ng,g,s)ir 

k»,t,ng,Mhrt 

k»,dnlj^ 

k<,dnt4 

bi,dnt m 

kM,bAt. 

kH^,bt 

kM,r,b,td 

k)s.r,bt [ing] 

k«i^,bibn 
kM,r,Tslui 



PHOJfOOBlPHlO WORD-BOOK ItO. H. 





Iu^.r(jig 


eiooriatod 


kt^k^M 


Booeleratian 


V,J,r^ 


execrating 


k*,krt.ng 


ei-legiBlntor 


i,Ji.J.tr 




k»,k,rt^ 


ex-r«preiMiUtive 


ks^,pczjit,t,T 


eioureive 


ka,r»,T 


cuelitrdened 


excumiyely 


k»,k.r.,T,i 


caaehsrdening 


kf,r,dn,ng 


excursiyeneM 


k»,k,r5,T^ 




kj.rM.m 




k»^r»ju 


exorcised 


k3,r«,d 


excTuoiable 


k*,k»jih,M 


exercUed 


ki,Mi.d 




k5.kr^ht^ 


corcising 


ki.rjz.cg 


execration 


ki,krBhn 


ei»roising 


kt,r«,ns 


excoriation 


k»,k,r»A» 


accentn&Md 


k(r,at,td 


eiouraion 


k>,knitin 




k.,nt,t,ng 




k'.kj.tt 




k»,n,tr8,t 


excogitated 


k.,k^t,td 




k»,n,tr,k 


excogitating 


t»,kdt,t,iig 




k*.li,taiin , 


flieogitation 


k.,kj,tBh» 


qumtiouable 


k.,ch,n,bl 


executioner 


k5,kgbn,T 


eichangeftbU 


kj,<:h,nj.bl 


cosmopolite 


kt,ln.p^ 




k!,cli,njd 


;=xiir 


&^r 


exchanger 


ks,cli,njr 


eiohangmg 


£:»•"' 


oosmograpliy 
culpability 


r:a' 




ki,k,vt,ng 


culp:iiblGneas 


k ,p,M.n. 


exo"aUof 


ki.k.vBhn 




k .p.tr.p 


c.«.,uimun!wble 


k»,k,m,n.k,M 


colpurtenr 


k ,pr.tr 


eicuramuniciito 


kj,k,ni,n,kt 


qualificMion 


kl,f,k«lm 




kJ,k^.n,k,td 


Cleveland 


kl,T,(nd 




k.,k.m.n,kl,ng 


clovenfoot 


kl,.n,ft 


eicuanblo 


k.,k,m,u.k>hii 


cloven-footed 


kl,vn.f,td 


k.,ki,bl 


calviniet 


k,(.T,nrt 




k».ki,bU. 


caWiMlatio 


k.(,.,n.,t.k 


eiquisiwlr 


k.,kt,t,/ 


calviniatie*! 


k,i.v.n*,t.U 


«iqaisiteiie«« 


k»,kz,t,n. 


calviniam 


k,;,v,iit.m 


exculpate 


k,.kl.pt 


clambering 


klm,br,ng 


eicnipated 


k.,kl,p.td 


ciilamitouBly 


i,l.m,UJ 


eicolpatory 


k»,kl,pt,r 




k!,mrw 


exoutpating 


k*,kl,pt [ing] 


calumniated 


kl,m,n,td 


eicuipation 


k>,kl,pahn 


clemently 


kl,mnt,i 


eiclamatire 


kj,kl.rat,v 


ealumniatot 


kl.m,n,tr 


exclamatory 


k3,kl,mt^ 


calumniatory 


kl,m,u,V 


excliumer 


k.,kl,mr 


Clementina 


kI,mBtji 


eicUmation 


kj,kl,mehn 




kl,m,n.t,.g 


eictaiming 


k.,kl,n..og 




k,m.n,.;^ 


excluded 


k.,kl,dd 




kl,m.a,,n« 


exolndiag 


l«,kld,ng 


calumniation 


kl,m,a8hD 


exclusiie 


kj,kl..v 


cUmacteHo 


kl,n.,k,tr,k 


exclusively 


k»,kW,T,( 


climacterical 


kl.m,k,trAI 


ejclMiTflnaM 


k*,kU,v,n* 


ooltivated 


klt,v,td 


exclnsion 


k»,kl.hn 


cultivator 


klt.Y.tr 


excrement 


k(,kr,miit 


oultivalmj 


V\\,-»\.»% 




fajtr.td 


caUlv^tioa 


VU,-^^ 



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coldblooded 

coldhearted 

cloudoapped 

closefisUd 

oaloiform 

classification 

clustered 

clusterin^^ 

calisthenics 

classicality 

classicalness 

Ecclesiastes | 

ecclesiastic 

Ecclesiasticos 

ecclesiastical 

chloroform 

clairvoyant 

clairyoyance 

Claremont 

clearsighted 

clearsightedness 

eclaircissement 

clergyman 

clerkship 

clandestine 

clandestinely 

clandesl^neness 

cleansible 

colonization 

cleanliness 

clownishness 

Colchester 

clockmaker 

collectedness 

collectorship 

eclectical 

eclectically 

calculable 

calculatiTO 

calculated 

calculator 

calculating 

calculation 

caligraphist 

caligraphic 

corruptible 

corruptibly 

corruptibility 

corruptibleness 

eorrnptlesa 
oorrnptnesa 



kld,bl,dd 

kld,r,td 

kl,d,k,pt 

kU,&,td 

k,^4r>m 

kl«,f,kshn 

kU.trd 

kl»*r [ing] 

kU,th,n,o 

kU,kUt 

kl«,kl,n« 

kLe,s,t2 

kle,st»k 

klz,st,k« 

klz,st,kl 

kl,r,f,r,m 

kl,r,T,nt 

kl,r,v,n« 

kl,r,mnt 

kl,r«,td 

kl,r«,t,d,n» 
kl,r««,nint 
kl,r4,mn 

kl,r,k,sh,p 

kl,n,d9,tn 

kl,n,d«,t,nl 

kl,n,d«,tn,n9 

kl,nje,bl 

kl,n2rshn 

kl,nl,n« 

kl,n,sh,n« 

k,/,ch«/r 

kl,k,m,kr 

kl,k,t,d,ns 

kl,k,tr,M,p 

kl,k,t,kl 

kl,k,t,kl 

kl,kl,bl 

kl klt.v 

kl,kl,td 

kl,kl,tr 

kl,klt,ng 

kl,klshn 

k,/,gr,f5f 

k,/,gr,f,k 

kr,pt,bl 

kr,pt,bl 

kr,pt,bl,t 

kr,pt,bl,ii» 

kr,pt,/» 

kr,p,t,iV8 



cryptography 
corpulent 
corpulence 
corpulency 
corporately 
corporation 
carpenter 
crabbedness 
corroborative 
corroborated 
corroborating 
^corroboration 
carbonized 
carbonization 
carbonizing 
carbonacedus 
carbuncle 
craftiness 
curvilinear 
crimpled 
crumpled 
crimpling 
crumpling 
crumbled 
crumbling 
crimsonea 
crimsoning 
cormorant 
criminated 
criminating 
acrimoniously 
acrimoniousness 
criminality 
crimination 
courtmartial 
courtdress 
criticism 
criticized 
criticizing 
courtliness 
cartilaginous 
quartermaster 
quarterdeck 
quartersessions 
curtainlecture 
criticalness 
credibility 
crediblcness 
creditable 
CTed\\AOo\^ 



\ 



kr,pt^,f 

k,r,p,M^ 

k,r,p,/fw 

k,r,p,/fi,8 

kr,prt^ 

kr,prsbn 

k,r,p,n,tr 

kr,b,d,n« 

kr,brt,v 

kr,br,td 

kr,brt [ing] 

kr,brshn 

k,r,b,n24 

k,r,b,ni»hn 

k,r,b,n«^ 

k,r,b,n,sh# 

k,r,b,ngjtl 

kr,ft,n« 

kr,v,/n,r 

kr,m,pld 

kr,m,pld 

kr,m,pl,ng 

kr,m,pl,i^ 

kr,m,Dld 

kr,m,bl,ng 

kr,m2^d 

kr,nL2r,n,ng 

kr,mrnt 

kr,m^,td 

kr,m,n,t,ng 

kr,m,n«,/ 

kr,m,n9,n« 

kr,m,n,/,t 

kr,m,nshn 

krt,mr,«Ai 

krt,dr« 

kr,t5,zd 

kr,t9z,ng 

krt,/,n« 

krt,/jj,n« 

k,r,tr,m«/r 

k,r,trd,k 

k,r,tr9shnr 

krt,nl,k,chr 

krt,kl,n9 

krd,bl,t 

krd,bl,n9 

kr,dt,bl 

k.T,dtM 



I^OKOttlUPllIO trOBD^-BOOK M. tX^ 



"^V! 



tireduloiisly 

oredulousnesf 

coordinate!/ 

credentials 

coordination 

correspond 

corresponded 

correspondent 

correspondence 

correspondency 

corresponding 

correspondingly 

corrosiblenesfl 

cruciform 

crucifix * 

crucifixion 

corrosiyenesB 

crystallise 

crystallized 

crystallization 

crystallizing 

crystallography 

crustiness 

crustaceous 

crustaceousness 

cucharistical 

Ohrysostom 

cursoriness 

Christendom 

Christianity 

christianize 

christianized 

christianizing 

coruscation 

crosscxamine 

crosscxamined 

crossexami nation 

crossexaudning 

crossgrain 

quarif'elsomely 

quarrelsomeness 

carelessness 

querulousness 

carnivorous 

chronometer 

chronological 

cornerstone 

chronicled 

chronicling 

orowngloM 

chrojacjgnpby 



krdtlsjns 
k,r3,n^t^ 
kTdyfkyShlx 
, k,r,d,nshn 
kr«,pnd 
kr«,pn,dd 
kr5,pn»dnt 
kr5,pn,dn« 
kr9,pn,dn,8 
kr«,pnd,ng 
kr«,pnd,ng^/ 
k,r«,bl,n« 
kr«Xr>in 

kr9,f,kshn 

k,r«,T,fw 

kr«,t,/z 

krsXlifd 

krSftylzshn 

kr«,t,/^r,r 

krs,t^8 

kraytfSha 

krSft^hiins 

kr«,t»kl 

kr««,t,m 

kr«,r,n.? 

kr«,n,d>ni 

kr«,ch,n,t 

kvs,ch,iLz 

kr9,ch,nz<; 

kr«,ch,nz,ng 

k,r5,kshn 

kr«,gz,mn 

kr5^z,mnd 

kr9,gz,m,nshn 

kr*,gz,m,n,lig 

krsygrjk 

k,r/jf,ml 

k,r/«,m,ns 

k,r/9,n« 

k,r,/5,n« 

k,r,n,rr« 

kr,n,m,tr 

ki,nlj,kl 

kr,nr.9,tn 

kr,u.kld 

kr,n»kl,ng 

kr,n,gl8 

kr,a4pr/ 



conrteousnesB 

characteristio 

eharacteristioal 

charade teristically 

characterTsticttlneas 

charaCteriee 

characterised 

characteriting 

correctness • 

crookedness 

corkscrew 

caricatured 

caricaturist 

caricaturing 

craggedness 

chirographic 

cannibalism 

accountability 

accountableness 

quintessence 

counterpoise 

counterpoised 

counterpoising 

counterplot 

counterplotting 

eounterproof 

counterpart 

counterpressure 

counterpane 

counterbalance 

counterbalanced 

counterbalancing 

Canterbury 

counterieit 

counterfeited 

counterfeiter 

counterfeiting 

countrified 

counterevidende 

countervail 

countervailed 

countervailiiQg 

countermovemeilt 

countermarch 

countermark 

countcrmarked 

countermarking 

countryman 

countermine 

countermm^^ 



k,rtChs;A» 

kt»k,tr«,t,k 

kr^,tr«,t,kl 

kr,k,tr«,t)kl 

kr,k,tr«st,kt,n« 

kr,k,tr« 

kTykitrzd 

kr,k,trz,ng 

kr,k,t,n9 

kr>k,d,n9 

k»r,k9,kr 

kr,k,chrd 

kr,k,i6hr«f 

kr,k,chr,ng 

kr^,d,!i» 

k,r,gr,f,k 

k,nyb,lz,m 

k,nt,b,/,t 

k,nt,bl,n« 

k,n,t9,n« 

knt,r,p2r 

knt,r,pzd 

knt,r,p2r,ng 

knt,r,plt 

knt,r,plt [ing] 

knt^,pr,f 

knt,r,p,rt 

knt,r,pr,sht 

knt,r,pn 

knt,r,b,/n« 

knt,r,b>/,ii«f 

knt,r,by/,u«,ng 

knt,r,b,r 

knt,r,ft 

knt,#',f,td 

knt,r,f,tr 

knt,r,ft,ng 

knt,r,fd 

knt,r,v,diM 

knt,r,v,l 

knt,r,v,ld 

knt,r,v,f,ng 

knt,r,m,v,mni 

knt,r,m,r,ch 

knt,r,m,r,k 

knt,r,m,r,kt 

knt,r,m,r,k,ng 

knt,r,mn 

kntoc tV^T^ 



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PHOKOQBAFBXO WOKD'BOOK KG^ It. 



oountermand 

countermanded 

countermanding 

counter motion 

couatrydance 

countersign 

countersigned 

countersigning 

CO tinter influence 

coun ter influenced 

counterinfluencing 

counteract 

counteracted 

counteracting 

CO ilQ ter action 

cantonment 

countenance 

countenanced 

countenancing 

candidness 

candlestick 

kindliness 

kiadliearted 

coincidence 

cancellation 

acknowledgment 



knt,r,mnd 

knt,r,m,n,dd 

knt,r,mnd[ing 

knt,r»mshn 

knt,r,d/s« 

knt,r«,n 

knt,rs,nd 

knt»r«,n,ng 

knt,r,n,fl,n5 

knt,r,n,fl,n«f 

knt,r,n,fi,n9,ng 

knt)r,kt 

knt,r,k,td 

knt,r,kt,ng 

knt,r,kshn 

knt,n,m,n,t 

knt^Tt^ 

knt,n,njr/ 

knt,n,ns,ng 

k,n,dd,ns 

knd,/s,t,k 

knd,/,n9 . 

knd,r,td 

k,n5,dn« 

litJiStlshn 

k,nl,j,mnt 



canonicalness 

quenchlessness 

Kincardine 

quixotism 

coextended 

coextensire 

coextensively 

coextension 

quicksilver 

coexistent 

coexistence 

coexisting 

conchologist 

conquest 

conquerable 

conquerableness 

kingcraft 

cankerworm 

congressional 

congregate 

congregated 

congregating 

congregation 

congregational 

congregationalist 

Congregationalism 



Exercise XIX. 



k,il,xi,kl,fi^ 

k,n,eh,/ir}n# 

kn,k,r,dn 

k,k9,te,m 

k,k«,tn,dd 

k,ks,t,n9,y 

k,k«,t,nA,y,/ 

k,k9,t,n8lia 

k,k«,/,w 

k,g2r9,tnt 

'k,f;z8,trui 

k,gz«,t,n^ 

k,ng,k,/j«f 

k,ng,k9^ 

k,ng,kr,bl 

k,ng,kr,bl,nf 

k,ng,kr;ft 

k,ng,kr,r,m 

k,ng,gr8hn,/ 

k,ng,gr,g,t 

k,Bg,gr,g,td 

k»ng.gr,g,t,ng 
k,ng,gr.g,g8ha 

k,n^,gr.g8hni 
kjOff gr.gshiijW 
ItiDggrgshn,- 
2z,m 



Containing words^ the first consonant-sound of which is " o." 



Gubernatorial 
governable 
gamesomeness 
augmentable 
augmentative 
augmentation 
gutturalness 
Gottcnburg 
goodbreeding 
godlessness 
goodhumoredly 
OgJensburg 
gooilnatured 
goodnaturcdly 
gastronomy 
gustation 
exuberant 
exuberance 
exuberancy 
exemplifv 

exempUmr 



g,br,n,t,r/ 

g,»r,n,bl 

g,ms,m,n5 

g,m,n,t,bl 

g,m,n,t,t,v 

g«m,n,t8hn 

gt,r/,n5 

gt,n,br,g 

gd,brd [ing] 

gd,ls,n.? 

gd,mrd,/ 

gd,n«,b,r,g 

gd,n,chrd 

gd,n,chrd,/ 

gi,tr,n,m 

g.fjtshn 

g«,b,r/rf 

gi,b,rrw 

g2,b,rn,a 

gz,mp,Z,f 






exemplifying 

exampled 

exemplar 

exemplary 

exemplarily 

exemplariness 

exampling 

exemptable 

examinable 

examination 

exasperate 

exasperated 

exasperating 

exhaustible 

exhaustion 

exaltant 

exaltation 

exultation 

ex\\\l)3bTiai.t^d 



gz,mp,/,f,ng 

gz,m,pld 

gif,mp,/,r 

gr,mp,/,r 

gr,mp,/,r/ 

g«,mp,/,r,n5 

g?,m,pl,ng 

gz,mt,bl 

g:r,m,n,bl 

g^,m,n,shn 

gz*,p,rf 

gw,p,r,td 

g2«,p,r^,ng 

g^«,t,bl 

gz*,chn 

g«,/,tnt 

g2,/,tshn 

g;;,/,tshn 



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229 



exorbitant 

exorbitance 

exorbitancy 

exhortative 

exhortatory 

exaggerated 

exaggerating 

exaggeration 

e;Lactitude 

executorship 

executrix 

exactness 

galyanist 

galTanism 

galvanized 

galvanizing 

agglomerated 

agglomerating 

agglomeration 

guiltlessly 

guiltlessness 

fflitteringly 

Eiggledypiggledy 

golofever 

goldfinder 

golddigger 

golddigging 

gladsomely 

gladsomeuess 

guilelessness 

glorification 

agreeablenesB 

gravitation 

grievousness 

graveclothes 

grumbled 

grumbler 

grumbling 

grumblingly 

grammatical 

grammatically 

gormandize 



gz,r,b,tnt 
gz,r,b,tiM 
g«,r,b,tn,s 

gar,r^,t,r 

gzj,r,td 

g2^,r/,ng 

gzg,r«An 

g«,kt,td 

gz,k,tr,ffA,p 

g«,k,tr,k« 

gar,kt,n* 

g,/,v,n^ 

g,/,v,nz,m 

g,/,v,nzrf 

g./,v,nr,ng 

gl,m,r,td 

gl,m,rf,ng 

gl,mrshn 

gyltylsj 

gl,tr,nK,/ 

gld,p,gl,d 

gld,4>r 

gld/,n,dr 

gld,d,gr 

^d,d,g,ng 

gld*,m,/ 

gld9,m,n5 

gJ^SyllS 

gl»r,f,kshn 

gr,bl,n5 

gr,V,t8hn 

gr,v«,n« 

gr,v,kl,TH2r 

gr,ni,bld 

gr,m,bl,r 

gr,m,bl,ng 

gr,m,bl,ng,/ 

gr,mt,ki 

gr,mt,kl 

g,r,m,n,dz 



gormandized 

gormandizer 

gormandizing 

gratefulness 

gratification 

gratuitously 

grotesquely 

grotesqueness 

gratulatory 

guardedness 

gracefulness 

gracelessly 

gracelessnesd 

garlanded 

garlanding 

girllshness 

granivorous 

aggrandizement 

aggrandized 

aggrandizer 

aggrandizing 

groundless 

groundlessly 

groundlessness 

grandiloquent 

grandiloquence 

granulated 

granulating 

granularlv 

Greenland 

egreglousness 

gorgeousness 

graciousnesa 

agriculture 

agriculturist 

agricultural 

gregariously 

gregariousness 

ignobleness 

igQominiously 

painlessness 

ignorantly 



g,r,m,n,drd 
g,r,m,n,dp,r 
g,r,m,n,dz,ng 

grt,fl,iw 

grt,f,kshn 

grt,t«,/ 

gr,t»,kl 

gr,t»,k,n» 

grt,/f,r 

g,r,dd,n» 

gr«,fl,n# 

gr«,/«,/ 

grSflsja 

g,r/,n,dd 

g,rlnd [ing] 

g,r/,8h,n« 

gr,n,t>r« 

gr,n,d2r,mni 

gr,Ji,dzd 

gr,n,d2r,r 

gr,n,d?r,ng 

grnd,/« 

grnd,/«,Z 

grndtlsyia 

gr,ndj,knt 

gr,nd,l,kn« 

gr,nl,td 

gr,nlt,ng 

gr,n,/,r,/ 

grn,/nd 

grj*,n* 

g,rj«,n» 

gr,sh«,n» 

gr,kl,chr 

gr,kl,ohr«/ 

gr,kl,chr,l 

gr,g,r«,/ 

gr,g,r*,n* 

g,n,bl,n» 

g»n,m,n«,/ 

g,n,l»,n# 

g,nrnt,/ 



EXEROISE XX. 

Containing fvards of which the first consonant'Sonnd is " no." 



Anfflo-American ng,gl,mr,kn< 
anglioized ng,gh^,d 



anglicizing 
Anglo-Saxon 



ngygUzjikg 



2Z0 



FBOKOORAPHIO WOBD*BOOK VO« O. 



CHAPTER VI. 



COirrAIXING WORDS, WRITTEN ACCORmFO TO SPSCIAL tEOUES, 
AND OTHERS CONTRASTED WITH SUCH AS ARE SO WRITTEN.— 
A VERY IMPORTANT CHAPTER^ BY NO MEANS TO BK NSCH 
LECTED. 



Exercise I. 

Containing words in which a hook-sign is tised, although hetween 
the consonant-sound represented by the hook and the Hem to whidi 
it is attached, the natural vowel, or the vowel-sound **u" in **curi* 
is distinctly heard. 

Note. — There is a speeial scheme of vocalization for the words in thi« 
exercise and the succeeding one, and for all words in which a vowel' 
sound is heard between the two consonant-sounds represented by tho 
hook and the stein to which it is attached. It is rarely used, however, 
the words being quite legible without it. Accomplished phonographers 
seldom use even the ortiinary means of vocalization.' They write and 
read by the consonant-signs only. 



Pavier 
purple 
prefer 
perverse 
Percival 
person 
purgative 
purgaKiry 
ptirgatiou 
Behavior 
bird 'Cage 
bv berual 
burauh 



jt,vr 


burnfshwd 


br,n,9ht 


pr.pl 


burnisher 


br,n,ahr 


pr,fr 


burnishing 


br^,8b,ng 


pT,vr# 


Fulnr>niate 


fi.m,n,t 


p/«,vl 


fulmiiMtted 


n,ni,D,td 


pr».n 


fulmination 


fl,m,ii.shn 


pr.gt,v 


fuirnriiatiug 


fl,m,»,t,Hg 


pr,gt,r 


further 


tr,THr 


pr.gshn 
D,t7r 


furthered 


fr,THrd 


furthest 


fr,THr«^ 


brd.kj 


furtherance 


fr,THr,n» 


br,iil 


furtherias 


fr,THr,n« 


br,n,ah 


\{exxai« 


^t^ 



raosoefiifSto voBS-sooK HO. tt. 



Sfll 



are 


fr,ii,clir 


Tertiary 
thermal 


tr,shr 


b 


fr,n^h 


tbr,m,l 


bed 


fr,D,sht 


thirteen 


thrt,n 


bing 


fr,n,8h,ng 


thirteenth 


tbrt,n,th 




fr.kn 


third 


thrd 


re 


tl.chr 


thirds 


thrdar 


Q 


tl,kii 


Thursday 


thr«,d 


\\te 


vlfkn.z 


thirsty 


thr«,t 


lized 


vlykn^zd 


Scourge 


«kro 


r 


Vl,gr 


scourged 


Akrjd 


rity 


tl.gr,t 


scourging 


«krj,ng 


rljr 


vl»«r,i 


Learn 


Im 


se 


t?r,D« 


learned 


trnd 


sity 


<V,b*,t 


learned 


/r,nd 


seneM 


t^r,b«,iM 


learner 


lf%,r 




* • 

#f,b 


learning 


lm,ng 


I 


«r,bl 


lurch 


lr,ch 


lity 


f^r,bl,t 


lurched 


/r,cht 


Uy 


t>r,b.Z 


lurk 


IrM 


li2e 


t>r,b,/;* 


lurked 


IrXt 


Q 


vr,mn 


lurking 


/r,k,ng 




• vr# 


Repulsite 


r,pl*,v 


9 


«rlf 


repulsively 


r,pl«,v,/ 






repulsivenesf 


f,pl«,v,ni 




repulsory 
refer 


r,pU,»' 
r,fr 


al 


wj,nl 


referred 


^frd 


ity 


t^rj.n,* 


referring 


r,fr,ng 




t,fll 


recur 


r.kr 


y 


V,iil 


recurred 


r,krd 




»r,ch 


recurring 


r,kr,og 


as 


*r,ch« 


Infer 


n,fr 


usiy 


«r,ch«,/ 


inferred 


n,frd 


1 


*r,ch,l 


Inferring 


n,fr>&g 
nl/ 


lly 


»r,ch,^ 


nullify 




ml,kt 


nullified 


nl,fd 


ed 


xnl,kt 


nullifier 


nl,f,r 


W 


inr,iiif 


nullification 


nl.f.kshd 


ured 


lnr,mrd 


nullifying 


nl,f,ng 


urer 


mr,inr,r 


nullity 


Al,t 


rse 


tars 


unlearned 


n,lnid 


rsed 


mni 


nerve 


nr.v 


^siiig 


mr^yog 


enerve 


nr,v 


rsioti 


mrsho 


nerved 


nr,vd 


uriiig 


mr,fnr,ng 


enerved 


nr,vd 


jr 


iiir,dr 


nerrotrs 


nr,v* 


?red 


nir,drd 


nervously 


nr,v«,/ 


M-oas 


mr^drs 


nenrtousuess 


nr,v*,n# 


5rer 


mr,dr,r 


nerving 


nf»v^^ 


•r 


mrs^ 


ntmm 


w:» 



2B2 I 


uoito^Kkpmc t 


rORD-BOdt HC 


). m 


narsed 


nrtt 


jerking 


ir,k,ng 


nursling 


nr«,l,ng 


Sherbet 


Bhr,bt 


nursing 


nr«,ng 


shirt 


sbrt 


nurture 


ur,chr 


shir ted 


Bhr,td 


nurtured 


ur^chrd 


shirting 


shrtfing 


nurturing 


ur,chr,ng 


shirk- 


shr^k 


nourish 


nr,8h 


shirked 


Bhr,kt 


nourished 


nr,sht 


shirking 
Culpabl6 


8hr,k,ng 


nourishing 


nr,sh,ng 


kl,p,bl 


inertia 


nr,sh 


culpably 


kl,p,bl 


incur 


u,kr 


culpability 


kl,p,bl,t 


incurred 


n,krd 


culpablenesi 


kl,p,bl,n4 


incurring 


n,kr,ng 


culprit 


kl,prt 


Chirp 


chr,p 


culvert 


kl,vrt 


chirped 


chr,pt 


culminate 


kUn],n,t 


chirping 


chr.p,ng 
chr.l 


culminated 


kl,m,n,td 


churl 


culmination 


kl,m,ushn 


churlish 


chr,Z,«A 


culminating 


kl,ni,n,t,ng 


churlishly 


ChVflySkl 


cultivate 


^ klt,vt 


churlishneM 


chr,l,8h,n» 


cultivated 


klt,v,td 


churn 


chru 


cultivation 


klt,v8hn 


churned 


chrnd 


cultivating 


klt,vt,ng 


churning 


chrn [ing] 


culture 


kl,chr 


church 


chr,ch 


curdle 


kr,dl 


churchman 


chr,ch,mn 


curdled 


kr,dld 


churchyard 


chr,ch,rd 


curdling 


kr,dl,ng 


church -warden 


chr,ch,rd,n 


colonel 


kr,nl 


church-goer 


chr,ch,g,r 


colonelcy 


kr,nl,8 


church-going 


chr,ch,g,ng 
chr,ch [ing] 


courage 


krj 


churching 


courageous 


krj« 


Germain 


,r,mn 


courageously 


krjs.i 


German 


^r,mn 
jr,m,u 


confer 


k,n,fr 


Germany 


conferred 


k,n,frd 


germ 


.r,m 


conferring 


k,n,fr,ing 


germinate 


jr,m,n,t 


Girdle 


gr,dl 


germinated 


jr,m,u,td 


girdled 


gr,dld 


germination 
, ourney 


jr»m,ushn 


girdling 


gr.dl.ng 


jr»n 


gurgle 


r^gi 


, ourneyman 


jr,n,mn 


gurgled 


gr,gld 


, ouruey-work 
, erk 


jr,n,r,k 


gurgling 


gr.gUng 


jr,k 


Hungary 


ng>gr 


jerked 


jr,kt 







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Hi 



EXBRCISB II. 

Containing vfords whidi are written with hook-sign$^ althou^ a dis- 
tinct vowel-sound is heard between ike ttvo consonant-sounds 
represented by the hook and the stem to which it is attached. 



Pilfer 

pilfered 

pilfering 

pilferer 

politic 

politics 

political 

politically 

ploughshares 

perforin 

performed 

performing 

performance 

performer 

persevere 

persevered 

persevering 

persev«rauo6 

preassure 

preassured 

preassuring 

preassurauce 

partial 

partially 

partiality 

partial ism 

parsimony 

parsimouioos 

parsimoniously 

pa rsi mouiuusuess 

pt)rti'ay 

portrayed 

portray log 

portrayer 

portrait 

portraitaro 

parable 

parabolic 

parabolical 

parabolically 

parainottr 



pl.fr 

pl,frd 

pl,fr,ng 

pl,fr,r 

plt,k 

plt,k« 

plt.kl 

plt,kl 

pl^h 

pr,fr,ra 

pr.fr.md 

pr,fr,m,ng 

pr,fr,m»« 

pr,fr,mr 

"pvs.vr 

prSfVrd 

prs,vr,ng 

piSfVJ%$ 

pr.shr 
pr,8hrd 
pr,8hr,ng 
pr,8hrA« 

pVjSkl 

pi',8hl 

pVjshlft 

pr,shls,m 

pr«,m.u 

pr«,m,n# 

pr8,m,n»,l 

pr«,m,n«,n4 

pr,tr 

pr,trd 

pr,tr,iag 

pr,tr,r 

pr.trt 

pr,tr,chif 

pr.bl 

pr.bl,k 

pr,bl.kl 

pr,bl,kl 

primr 



parallelosram 

paragrapn 

paragraphist 

parefforic 

parallax 

paraphrase 

paraphrased 

paraphrasing 

paraph raseC 

porterage 

Before 

beforehand 

belles-letti'ds 

barterer 

borderer 

Full 

fully 

fullest 

fullness 

fallible 

fallibly 

fallibility 

falliblenedl 

fulfil 

fulfilled 

fulfilling 

fulfilment 

falsity 

falseness 

falsify 

falsifier 

faKsified 

falsifying 

philosoprry 

philosophize 

philosophized 

philosophizing 

philosophic 

philosophical 

philosophically 

philosoulier 

felidt/ 



pr,Z,/.ffr,m 

pr,gr,f 

pr,gr,f«# 

pr,gr,k 

pr,/,k« 

pr,fr3r 

pr,fiz<£ 

pr,fr;j?,ng 

pr,frz,r 

Er 

b,fmd 

bl,Z,tr 

br,tr,r 

br,dr,r 

fl 

fl 

fisi 

fl,t)t 

fl.bl 

fl,bl 

fl.bl.t 

fl,bl,n# 

fl,fl 

fl,fld 

fl,fl,ng 

fl,fl,mat 

fl«,t 

fl«,n« 

fi»/ 

fl«,f,r 

fl«,fd 

fl«,f.ng 

fl*.f 

tis,fz 

fisSzd 

flji,fr,ng 

fl«,f,k 

fl«.f.kl 

fl«,f,kl 

fl^f,r 



tH 



^jtovooiuMtto tirofit>^MOt iro. tu 



felicitous 


fl«,ts 


felicitoasly 


flt,ts,{ 


feiicitootness 


tUyUtUi 


forbid 


fr.bd 


forbidden 


fr,b,dn 


forbidding 


tbd ting] 


furbiddioglj 


lr,b,d»iig)< 


forbttde 


fr^bd 


foretell 


fr.u 


foretelling 


fr,tl»ng 


foreteller 


H^r 


foretold 


fr>Ud 


forward 


fr,rd 


forwards 


fr,rdi» 


forwarded 


fr,r,dd 


forwarding 


fr,rd [ing] 


forwarder 


fr,rd,r 


forwardly 


fr,rd,/ 


forwardness 


fr,rd,n« 


forewarn 


fr,rn 


forewarned 


fr,rnd 


forewarning 


fr,rn,ng 


fore Warner 


fr,r,nr 


forcible 


fr«.bl 


forcibly 


fr«,bl 


furcibleness 


fr»,bl,n* 


foreknowledge 


f,r,nlj 


forger 


frgr 


forgery 


frjr 


forego 


fr»g 


foregoing 


fr,g,ng 


foregone 


fr,gn 


forj^ive 


^g.v 


forgiving 


fr,g,v,ng 


forgivingly 


f»*,g,v,ng,/ 


forgiveness 


fr^g.VjHS 


forgave 


fr,g,V 


foreca;)tle 


fr,k«,l 


farther • 


fr.THr 


farthest 


fr,TH«^ 


affirmative 


fr,mt,v 


affirmatively 


fr,mt,yl 


fortress 


fr,trs 


frivolity 


^r,vl,t 


frngfility 
phrenology 


fr,gl.t 


fr,nlo 


phreuologic 


fr,nl,j,k 


phrenological 


fr,nlj.kl 


phreuologica]!^ 


fr.ul,] kl 


phreuoiogiBt 


ir^^tt 



\ 



Velocity 


vl#,t 


voluble 


yl.bl 


volubly 
volubility 


vlbl 


vl,bl,t 


volubleness 


yl,bl,nt 


valuable 


yl,bl 


valuableness 


vl,bl,n« 


valueless 


vl^ 


valid 


vl.d 


validity 


vid.t 


validly 


vld,/ 


validness 


vld,n« 


very 


vr 


verier 


vr,r 


veriest 


vrs^ 


VeraCrtW 


Vr,kr* 


virulent 


\r,liU 


virulently 


^,lHi,t 


virulence 


Vr,/iis 


virulency 


vr^iM 


every 


vr 


evermore 


rr.mr 


varnish 


Vrn,Bh 


varninhed 


t;rn,sht 


varnisher 


«rn,sh,r 


varnishing 


<?rn,8h,ng 


venality 


v,nl,t 


Milk 


lnl,k 


milked 


mKkt 


milkwhite 


ml.kt 


milkmaid 


llil.kjmd 


milkman 


ml,k,mn 


milking 


ml,k,ng 


milkhouse 


ml.k,s 


milk pail 


inl.k,p,l 


milksop 


ml.k«,p 


milkiness 


ml,k»u« 


amalgamate 


tnl^g.mt 


amnlgamated 


ml,g,m,td 


amalgamating 


tnl,g,mt [ing] 


amaleamation 
melodrama 


ml)g,msha ' 


ml,clr,m 


melodramatic 


ml,dr,mt,k 


melancholy 


ml,n,kl 


mere 


mr 


merely 


mr,/ 


more 


mr 


mercury 
meT^\xtAa\. 


mr,kr 


tnr,k,rjl 


KnuetkiL 


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accelerating 

acceleration 

ex-legislator 

ex-representatiye 

casehardened 

casehardening 

exorcism 

exorcised 

exercised 

exorcising 

exercising 

accentuated 

accentuating 

eccentricity 

eccentric 

accentuation 

questionable 

exchangeable 

exchanged 

exchanger 

exchanging 

excavated 

excayating 

excavation 

excommunicable 

excommunicate 

excommunicated 

excommunicating 

excommunication 

excusable 

excusableness 

exquisitely 

exqiiisiteness 

exculpate 

exculpated 

exculpatory 

exculpating 

exculpation 

exclamative 

exclamatory 

exclaimer 

exclamation 

exclaiming 

excluded 

excluding 

excluslTe 

exclusively 

exclusiveness 

exclusion 

excrement 



k«,/,r/,ng 

k9,/J9,/,tr 
k5,r,prz,nt,t,v 
k9,r,and 
k«tr,dn,ng 

"kSyrsz^d 

ksyvsztd 

\is,rsz,ng 

k9>r«2r,ng 

k«,nt,td 

k9,nt,t,ng 

ks,nMStt 

k9,n,tr,k 

k5,h,tshn , 

k9,ch,n,bl 

k«,ch,n^,bl 

k9,ch,njd 

k«,ch,njr 

lu,ch,nj,ng 

k«,k,v,td 

k*,k,vt,ng 

k«,k,v8hn 

k«,k,m,n,k,bl 

k*,k,m,n,kt 

k«,k,m,n,k,td 

ks,k.m.n,kt,ng 

k«,k,in,u,k8hu 

k^ykzybl 

k«,kar,bl,n» 

lw,kz,t,/ 

kSykZytyUS 

k9,kl,pt 

k«,kl,p,td 

k9,kl,pt,r 

k«,kl,pt [ing] 

k5,kl,pshn 

k«,kl,mt,v 

k9,kl,mt,r 

k9,kl,mr 

k9,kl,mshn 

ks,kl,m,og 

k9,kl,dd 

k«,kld,ng 

k*,kl*,v 

k5,kL«f,v,; 

k«,kh,v,n8 

k«,klzhn 

ktf,kr,mnt 



excoriated 

execrating 

excoriating 

excursive 

excursively 

excursiveness 

excrescence 

excruciable 

excruciating 

execration 

excoriation 

excursion 

excogitate 

excogitated 

excogitating 

excogitation 

executioner 

cosmopolite 

cosmopolitan 

cosmotogist 

cosmography 

culpability 

culpableness 

claptrap 

colporteur 

qualification 

Cleveland 

clovcnfoot 

cloven -footed 

calvinist 

calviiiistic 

calvinistical 

Calvinism 

clambering 

calamitously 

clumsiness 

calumniated 

clemently 

calumniator 

calumniatory 

Clementina 

calumniating 

calumniously 

calumniousness 

calumniation 

climacteric 

climacterical 

cultivated 

cultivator 

cultivating 

cultivatioiv 



k«,k,r,id 

k«,krt,ng 

k«,k,r^,ng 

k«,k,r«,T 

k8yk,r8,Yj 

k8,k,r«,T,n9 

k«,kr«,n« 

k9,kr,sh,bl 

k5,k)r,sht,ng 

k5,krshn 

kstk, rshn 

k«,krshn 

k5,kj,tt 

k9,kjt,td 

kff,kot,t,ng 

k«,kj,t8hn 

k9,kshn,r 

k«,m,p,Zf 

kz,m,p,/^,n 

kzyiajjjst 

kr,m,Kr,f 

kl,p,bT,t 

kl,p,bl,n« 

kl,p,tr,p 

kl,pr,tr 

kl,f,k8hn 

klyY Jnd 

kl,vn,ft 

kl,vn,f,td 

k,l,Y,n8t 

k,/,v',n%t,k 

k,/,v,n*,t,kl 

k,/,v,nz,m 

kl,m,br,ng 

k,/,m,t«,/ 

kl,nL?,n9 

kl,m,n,td 
kl,mnt,/ 

kl,m,n,tr 

kl,m,n,t,r 

kl,mnt,n 

kl,m,n,t,Bg 

kl,m,n«,/ 

kl,m»n«,n9 

kl,m,nshn 

kl,m,k,tr,k 

kl,m,k,tr,kl 

klt,v,td 

klt,v,tr 



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northeaster 
northwester 
north-wind 
norther 
northern 
northerner 
Northman 
Norseman 
Norwe^an 
anarchic 
anarchical 
anarchically 
Chilicothe 
childish 
childishly 
childishness 
challenge 
challenged - 
challenging 
qheerful 
cheerfally 
cheerfulness 
chariiel 
charnel-hooso 
charter 
chartered 
chartering 
charter-oak 
charger 
cherub 
cherubim 
Charles 
CharlesVwain 
charm 
charmed 
charmer 
charming 
charmingly 
charmingness 
Jerusalem 
Jordan 
Girard 
George 
Georgia • 
Georgian 
Georgiana 
Shellfish 
sure 
Buror 
surest 



nr,th«^r 

nr,thnd 

nr,THr 

nr,THrn 

nr,THr,nr 

nr,th,mn 

nr«,mn 

nrjn 

nr,K,k 

nr,k,kl 

nr,k,kl 

chl,k,th 

chld,«A^ 

chldfShl 

chld,«A,nt 

chlnj 

chln^jd 

chlno,ng 

chr,fl 

chr,a 

chr,fl,n< 

chr.nl 

chr,nl,s 

Qjir,tr 

chr,trd 

chr,tr,ng 

chr,tr,k 

chrjr 

chr,b 

chr,b,m 

chr,l2; 

chr,\sz,n 

chr,m 

chr,md 

chr,mr 

chr,m,ng 

chr,ra,ng,2 

chr,m,ng,n« 

jr«,l,m 

^r,dn 

Jr.rd 

• • 

^r.jn 

JM.n 

shlSfSh 

shr 

8hr,r 



\ 



surely 

surety 

sureness 

short 

shortly 

shorter 

shortest 

shortness 

shorten 

shortened 

shortening 

short-cako 

short-commons 

short-hand 

charlatan 

charlatanism 

charlatanry 

.charlatanic 

charlatauical 

charlatanically 

sharp 

sharply 

sharper 

sharpest ^ 

sharpness 

sharpen 

sharpened 

sharpening 

sharpener 

Charlemagne 

shark 

Calomel 

colony 

colonize 

colonized 

colonizing 

colonizer 

colonist 

colonial 

colonization 

calcareous 

calcareousness 

college 

collegiate 

collusive 

collusively 

collusion 

calumny 

cakVuii\u\«xedL 



shr^ 

8hr,t 

shr,n« 

shrt 

shrt,/ 

8hrt,r 

shrtjSt 

shrt^n* 

8hrt,n 

sbrt^nd 

6hrt,n,ng 

8hrt,k,k 

shrt,k,m«s 

shrt^nd 

6hr,Z,tn 

shr,/^,njryiii 

8hr,2^,nr 

shr»ft,n,k 

shrift, n,kl 

sbr,2^,o,kl 

ehr^p 

shr.pl 

shr,pr 

shr,p«^ 

shr,p,n< 

shr, pa 

shr,pDd 

shr,pn,ng 

8hr,p,ur 

8hr,/,mn 

8hr,k 

kl,ml 

kl,n 

ki,n;r 

kl,n2t2 

kl,nz,ng 

kl,nz,r 

k\,nst 

kl,nl 

klnzsbn 

kl,k,rs 

kl,k,r«,nt 

klj 

kljt 

kl8,y 

kl«,v,/ 

klshn 

kl,m,n 

kl,m,n,t 



MOKOHRAPllXO VrOB&r-BDO)t M. tt. 



I^V! 



credalousness 

ooordinateljT 

credentials 

YtoordiiLatioA 

correspond 

corresponded 

correspondent 

correspondence 

correspondency 

corresponding 

correspondingly 

corrosibleness 

cruciform 

cruciiiz * 

crucifixion 

corrosivenesB 

crystidlise 

crystallized 

crystallization 

crystallizing 

crystallography 

crustiness 

crustaceous 

crustaceousness 

cucharistical 

Ohrysostom 

cursoriness 

Christendom 

Christianity 

christianize 

christianized 

christianizing 

coruscation 

crosscxamine 

crossexamined 

crossexami nation 

crosBcxautining 

crossgrain 

quarrelsomely 

quarrelsomeness 

carelessness 

querulousness 

carnivorous 

chronometer 

chronological 

cornerstone 

chronicled 

chronicling 

orownglass 



krd,^,/ 

krd,/«4i» 

k,r3>n^t^ 

, k,r,d,nshn 
krtf,pnd 
kr5,pn,dd 
kr9,pn,dnt 
krSf^XLydns 
kr9,pn,dn,8 
kr9,pnd,ng 
kr9,pnd,ngv/ 
k,r«,bl,n« 
kr«Xr,m 
"krs^jks 
kr«,i',kshn 
k,r«,v,iiff 
krsyijlz 
krsttylzd 
trsytylzshn 
kr5,t,/z,n^ 
krs,t,/^r,f 
krsyt^s 

krSftfShsiDS 

kr«,t»kl 

kTss,t,m 

kr5,r,n.« 

kr«,n,d,m 

kr»,ch,n,t 

kr«,ch,nz 

kr5,ch,nz<; 

kr9,ch,nz,ng 

k,r«,kshn 

kr9,g2r,mn 

kr«,gz,mnd 

kr9,gz,m,nshn 

kr«,g2r,m,n,hg 

krir,grn 

k,r^,ml 

k,r/9,m,n9 

kyrlsytis 

kyTylSyUS 

k,r,n,t»r* 

kr,n.m,tr 

ki,nlg,ki 

kr,nr.'»,tn 

kr,n.kld 

kr»n»kl,ng 

kr,n,gL? 



courteonsnesB 

ckaracteristio 

oharacteriatical 

char ale terifitkally 

characterrsticulneaB 

charaCteriee 

characterized 

characteriting 

correctness - 

crookednesd 

corkscrew 

caricatured 

caricaturist 

caricaturing 

craggedness 

chirographic 

cannibalism 

accountability 

accountableness 

quintessence 

counterpoise 

counterpoised 

counterpoising 

counterplot 

counterplotting 

counterproof 

counterpart 

count^rpressure 

counterpane 

counterbalance 

counterbalanced 

counterbalancing 

Canterbury 

counterfeit 

counterfeited 

counterfeiter 

counterfeiting 

countrified 

countereviden<ie 

countervail 

countervailed 

countervailing 

countermovement 

countermarch 

countermark 

countermarked 

countermarking 

countryman 

countermine 

countermmed 



k,r,ch«,lft9 

kr,k,tr«,t,k 

kr,k,tr«,t,kl 

kr,k,tr«,tskl 

kr,k,tr«st,kl,n« 

kr,k,trz 

kr,k,tr2d[ 

kr,k,tr«,ng 

kr,k,t,n5 

kr,k,d,n9 

k»r,k«,kr 

kr,k,chrd 

kr,k,^hr«f 

kr,k,chr,Bg 

kr^,d,ft» 
k,r,gr,f,k 
k,n,b,/z,m 
k,nt,b,/,t 
k,nt,bl,n9 
k,n,ts,n« 
• knt,r,pjr 
knt,r,pzd 
knt,r,p2r,ng 
knt,r,plt 
knt,r,plt [ing] 
knt^,pr,f 
knt,r,p,rt 
knt,r,pr,shr 
knt,r,pn 
knt,r,b,/n9 
kniyryb^lyUst 
knt,r,b^/,u«,ng 
knt,r,b,r 
knt,r,ft 
knt,f,f,td 
knt,r,f,tr 
knt,r,ft,ng 
knt»r,fd 
knt,r,v,d4w 
knt,r,v,l 
knt,r,v,ld 
knt,r,v,f,ng 
knt,r,m,v,mnt 
knt,r,m,r,ch 
knt,r,m,r,k 
knt,r,m,r,kt 
knt,r,m,r,k,ng 
knt,r,mn 
knt,r,mn 



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f%0vo^^9LJkjpmo roni»*BOOK no* c 



Exercise III. 

Containing aU the toords of the English language which are wi^ 

ten tcith me ** initial n-hook.'* 



Inseparable 

inseparably 

inseparability 

inse parableuess 

insuperable 

insuperably 

insuperableness 

insupportable 

insupportably 

insu pportableness 

inspinted 

unspiritual 

unspirituatly 

unspirttualized 

inspiriting 

iusuppressible 

unsuppressed 

inspiration 

instrument 

instrumental 

inslrumeutally 

instrumentality 

instruct 

instructible 

instructive 

instructively 



n«pr,bl 

ii«pr,bl 

n«pr,bl,t 

n«pr,bl,o# 

n«pr,bl 

n«pr,bl 

n«pr,bUn< 

mprt,bl 

n«prt,bl 

n«prt,bl,n« 

D«pr,td 

n«prt,l 

n«prt;/ 

n9prt,lzd 

mprt [ing] 

n«pr«,bl 

n«pr«^ 

mprahu 

n«tr,mnt 

xutr,mnt,; 

n«tr,mnt,/ 

n«tr,m,n,t^t 

n«tr,kt 

n«tr,kt,bl 

n«tr,dt,y 

n«tr,k^yl 



instructiveDess 

instructed 

instructor 

instructress 

instructing 

instructiim 

inscriptive 

unscnptural 

unscripturally 

unscrupulous 

unscrupulously 

u nscrupulousaess 

inscription 

inscribe 

inscribable 

inscribed 

inscriber 

inscribing 

inscrutable 

inscrutably 

inscrutability 

unsecreted 

unscrewed 

unscreened 

unscratched 

unscrewing 



n«tr,kt,y,B# 

n«tr,k,td 

xi«tr,k,tr 

n«tr,k,trt 

n«tr,kt,ng 

n«tr,ksha 

n«kr,pt,y 

iiirkr,pt,W 

n«kr,pt,W 

n«kr,pylf 

n«kr,pA/ 

Jiskr,pJUta$ 

n«kr,Mlui 

n«kr,D 

n«kr,b,bl 

n«kr^ 

nvkr^br 

ii«kr,b,ng 

n«krt.bl 

n«krt,bl 

ii«krt,bl,t 

n^kr^td 

D«krd 

D«kmd 

n«kr,cht 

n^kr^ng 



Exercise IV. 



Containing toords between which and their opposites or other mod^ 
. catiuns m meanings the difference in pronunciation^ in orcimiify 
speech^ consists only in the enunciation of an initial vow^sowm 
in the one case, and cf none in the other* 

Note. — It will be seen by the type-keys of the following woivls, that 
in Phonography the first consonant-sign m all the neg&tives, and other 
words having prefixes, is doubled, whether two consonant-soonds ar9 
heard in the word or not. 



Movable 


m,v,bl 


immovable 


m,m,v,bl 


immovably 


m,m,v,bl 


movabiUty 


m,v,bl,t 


immovability 


m,m,y,bl»^ 



movableqess 
immovablenesf 
memorial 
. immemorial 



m,y,bl,n« 
m,m,v,bl,ii« 
m,m.W 
in,m,m,W 



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)1e 

table 

tably 

nWty 

lability 

slenesB 

tableneas 

•e 

tare 

rity 

ktarity 

red 

itared 

rely 

turely 

*ial 

terial 

•iallj 

.tenally 

•iality 

iteriality 

rialism 

iterialism 

8t 

■dest 

Bty 

desty 

8tly 

destly 

rate 

derate 

rately 

derately 

rateoees 

deratenefls 

late 

•lated 

Jating 

•lation 

tre 

a 

•rtal 
illy 
•rtally 
Jity ■ 

»rtality 

•1. 

irtalize 
Ttaiued 



nit,bl 

m,iiit,bl 

xn,iiit,bl 

mt,bl,t 

m,mt,bltt 

mt,bl,n# 

m,mt,bl,ii« 

mt,r 

]ii,mt^r 

mt,r,t 

m^mtyfyt 

mt^ 

in,ixit,nl 

mt,r/ 

in,mt,r/ 

mt,r,l 

m,mt,r,l 

]iit,r,/ 

in,mt,r^ 

mt,r,i,t 

in,int,r,/,t 

mtyr/sr^m 

TXifTtijOMt 

m,d«,t 

mtm,d«|t 

in,d«,t^ 

in,in,d«yt,/ 

mdjrt 

ni,nid,f^ 

Ta,mdyrtjL 

md.r^yiw 

m,md,r^,nt 

m,m^ 

in,m,/,td 

in,m,Z^,ng 

ixiym,hhn 

m,r 

ixi,in,r 

m,r^,l 

m,ixi,t^,l 

xn,iii,7*^,2it 



immortaliziog 

inured 

immured 

muring 

immuring 

moral 

immoral 

morally 

immorally 

morality^ 

immorality 

immunity 

immense 

immensity 

immensely 

immenseness 

mensurable 

immensurable 

mensurabilit^^ 

immensurability 

measurable 

immeasurable 

measurably 

immeasurably 

measurableoeai 

immeasurableneflB 

maculate 

immaculate 

migrate 

emigrate 

immigrate 

migrated 

emigrated 

immigrated 

migrating 

emigrating 

immigrating 

miction 

emigration 

immigration 

emigrant 

immigrant 

Liberal 

illiberal 

liberally 

illiberally 

liberality 

illiberality 

liberalneaa 

iUibenkMM 



mim,r<,lr,ng 

m,rd 4 

m,m^ 

in,r,ng 

m,m,r,ng 

m,W 

m,m,W 

m,W 

m,m,W 

m,r/,t 

m,m,Wyt 

m,m,u,t 

m^mtw 

m,m,n«,t 

m,m,n«|l 

m,m,n«,ns 

m,n«,r,bl 

m,m,n«;f',bl 

m,n«,r,b,2,t 

m,m,n«,r,by^,t 

m,zhr,bl 

m,m,zhr bl 

m,zhr,bl 

m,m,zhr,bl 

m,zhr,bl,n« 

m,m,zhrybl|iif 

m,kjt 

m,m,kylt 

m,grt 

m,grt 

m,m,grt 

m,gr,td 

m,gr,td 

m,m,gr,td 

ni,grt,ng 

m,grt,ng 

m,m,grt,ng 

m^grshn 

m^grshn 

m,m,grahii 

m.grnt 

m,m,gnit 

Lbr4 

/,/,br,l 

/,br,/ 

/,/,br,/ 

/,br,/,t 

/^br,/,t 



2Z0 



F^OKOORAPHIO WOBD-JIOOK V0« IX. 



CHAPTER VI. 



CONTAINING WORDS, WRITTEN ACCORmNO TO SPBCIAL KOUSSf 
AND OTHERS CONTRASTED WITH SUCH AB ARE SO WRITTEN.-^ 
A VERY IMPORTANT CHAPTER^ BY NO MEANS TO BE NSCH 
LEGTED. 



Exercise I. 

Contaifimg nords in which a hook-sign is used, although "between 
the consonant-sound represented by the hook and the stem to whwk 
it is attached^ the natural vowel, or the vowel-siQund "u" in ^cwi* 
is distinctly heard* 

Note. — There is a special scheme of rocalization for the words in tbii 
exercise and the succeeding one, and for all words in which a vowel' 
sound is heard between the two consonant-sounds represented by tli0 
hook and the stem to which it rs attached. It is rarely used, howevef, 
the words being quite legible without it. Accomplbhed phouographen 
seldom use even the ordinary means of voealizatiDii*' They write aod 
read by the consonant-signs only.^ 



Pavier 
purple 
prefer 
perverse 
Percival 
pei'son 
})iirgHtive 
pnrgalory 
pn.'gatiou 
Be'havior 
bird -cage 
h\ berual 
burnJsb 



fyVr 


bornfsbted 


br,D,9ht 


pr,pl 


burnisher 


br,n,ahr 


pr,fr 


burnishing 


br^,8b,Dg 


pT,vr# 


Fulmhiate 


fi.m«n,t 


I)r«,vl 


fulniiiMtted 


n,Di,D|itd 


pr«.n 


fulminaiioti 


fl,m,iKshn 


pr.gt,T 


fulmrtjatiug 


fl,m,ii,t,ng 


pr.gt.r 


further 


fr,THr 


pr.gshn 
D,t7r 


furthered 


fr,THrd 


ftirthost 


fr.THr«^ 


brd.kj 


furtherance 


fr,THr,n«' 


br,iil 


furthering 


fr,THr,ng 


bfiiiiah 


\ {er\i\« 


W 



tttOttOGIUrmO VOBS-SOOtt so. tL 



Ml 



are 
h 

ibed 
hing 

re 
n 

Qized 

r 

rity 

rljr 



<nty 
fleneM 

I 

lity 
Hy 
li2« 



lal 
lit/ 



118 

uslf 

lly 

ed 

lur 

iired 

lurer 

rse 

reed 

rsiiig 

rsion 

nritig 

it 

;red 

5rer 

»r 



fr,n,chr 

fr,D,8h 

fr,n,sht 

fr,n,8h,ng 

fr,kQ 

tl.chr 

tl,kii 

tl,kD,z 

vl,kn,zd 

Vj,gr 

Vl.gr,t 

9r,b«,iur 
V,b 
t>r,bl 
t^,bl,t 
tr,h.l 
fhr,h,l:t 
w,mn 

VTi 

V J,n 

wg,nl 

t,fll 

V.nl 

»r,ch 

*r,ch« 

*r,ch*,/ 

i>r,ch,l 

*r,ch,/ 

ml.kt 

tnl.kt 

inr,iiir 

inr,nird 

ror,nir,r 

tart 

ravd 

inr«yng 

mraho 

inr,rnr,ng 

mr.dr 

nir,drd 

mr,clr8 

mr,dr,r 

nuv^r 



Tertiary 

thermal 

thirteen 

thirteenth 

third 

thirds 

Thursday 

thirsty 

Scourge 

scourged 

scourging 

Learn 

learned 

learned 

learner 

leamidg 

lurch 

lurched 

lurk 

lurked 

lurking 

Hepulsite 

repul8ively 

repulsivenesf 

repulsory 

refer 

referred 

referring 

recur 

recurred 

recurring 

Infer 

inferred 

Inferring 

nullify 

nullified 

nullifier 

nullification 

nullifying 

nullity 

unlearned 

nerve 

enerve 

nerved 

enerved 

nerrotM 

nervously 

nertousuesa 

nerving 



tr,8hr 

tbr^m,! 

thrt,n 

thrt,n,th 

thrd 

thrdar 

thr«,d 

thr«,t 

tfkrj 

Akrqd 

*krj,ng 

Im 

Irfid 

/r,nd 

lt%,r 

/m,ng 

/r,ch 

/r,cht 

IrM 

/r,k,t 

/r,k,ng 

r,pU,y 

r,pl*,v,/ 

f,pU,V|nif 

r,pl*,»' 

r.fr 

^frd 

r,fr,ng 

r.kr 

r,krd 

r,kr,ng 

n,fr 

n,frd 

n,fi%&g 

nl/ 

nl,fd 

nl,f,r 

nl.f.kshil 

nl,f,ng 

Al,t 

ii,lnid 

nr,v 

nr,v 

nr,vd 

nr,vd 

nr,v« 

nr,v«,/ 

nr,v*,n# 

nr,y^ 



PBOirOOBAPBIC VOBD-BDOB KO. R. 





r,r,k,pr.bl 




B,1l.k,A. 




r.k,,^,bl 






irrecoverablB 


r,r,k,<.r,bl 








r,r.k,<™-.bl 






recovembleuBM 


r,k,<ir,bl,n< 






irrecoverBbleneaa 


r,i-,k,w,bl,n* 


knowing 


o,oe 


recUimuble 


r,kl,m.bl 




n,n,ng 




r,r,kl,Tii,bl 


kDOwingiy 


Wig^ 




r.kl,m,bl.r. 


unknowingly 


».«,nf^ 




r,r,kl,m.bl,n. 


knowinsnen. 


B,ng,n« 


»gnUr 


r,g,lr 


unknowl^gne^i 


a.a,nejU 


i^T.?, 


r,r,g,lr 


Adjudicaie 
adfudicated 
judicative 


d,kt 


rgtr.t 


d,k,td 


ssr 


r,r,g^T.t 


J.kt,T 


r,g,i.r,i 


ludicalory 


d,k.tr 




r,r.g.(.r^ 




d,k,chr 




>i,v,g,bl 




d,kifaii 


nanavisabls 


n,n.v,gbl 
n,v,g.t.l,n. 


jmt 


d 




tt 




ji,n,v,g,bl,n« 




>.td 


iQBSte 




3nt^''g 


rfr 


ionalely 


Illnt./ 


•1.08 




n'r°v°' 


JMcnt 


•jnt 


uonorve 




ad 


acenlly 


'.mj 


nerved 


nr.vd 


a£ 


aceocy 


t.n^ 




ii,nr.vd 


at 


are 




nerving 


nr.T.ng 


8C 


ared 


rf 


;i::a 


n,or.v,Dg 


ac 


uring 


.'.ng 


n,nir,bl 


BC 




,rn 




n,D,mr,bI 


ad 




,™,iiiiit 




li,n,mr,bl 


ad 


oumed 


,md 




n.n.mr.bl.t 




ourning 


,m.ng 




n,n,nir,bl,o« 






,r.An 




nj»,r 










n,nM,r 




oiDBd 


od 




n»,W 




oining 


".ng 


nnnatural 


Il,nH,rI 

n,chr,l 
n,n,chr,l 


judge 


I 


=X 


n,chr,2 

n,n,cbr^ 


judging 


,ng.kt,v 


utMralaeu 


n,chr,i,iM 




nadBturBlneH 

naluraltzed 


n,n,chr,i,nj 
n,chr,/td 




UnnaiuraliEBd 


T<.a.ohr,lzd 


a^ 


unctively 


,n|,k^I 



>Wa^C>^te^W^t "nMBrill 



PHOtrOOBAPBIO WOBD-BOOK KO. II. 



Omltmmg atl the words ixtke I 
" COM " or " COK " that are vn 
timet refre*erU those frtfixet. 



Competed 


Icmp.td 


eompQted 


k,mp,td 


compMEtion 


k.mp.tBhn 


computation 


]<.mp,t»hil 




k,mp.t^g 




k,inp,t,ng 


comptuH 


k.mpj 


comp«»ri 


k,mp5( 


compwring 


k,mp»jig 


oompoM 


k,mpi 




k,mpt,l 


eompoBitot 


k,mpj,tr 


oomposed 


. k,mp;<I 


cumpowdly 


k,mpi,d,/ 




k,mp^,d,n* 


compoBor 


k,mpi,r 




k.mprahn 




k.mpi.Dg 




k.mp,ld 


oompetled 


k,mp,W 


compuUorr 

oompulaorily 


k,mp^»,r 


k,mp,7..r^ 


complacent 


k.m,pl.,nt 




k,m.pLt,ni 




k,m,pls.ii4 


oomplaiiant 


k.m.plt.nt 




k,m.pU,nt,/ 




fe,m,pli,nt,E 




k,m,pl.^ 


compiler 


k,mp4r 


complain 


k,m,plii 


complaint 


k,m,plnt 




k,n..plnd 




k,ili.plnt 




k,m,pl7W 




k,m.pl,nr 


oomplainant 






klmlpln!^ 


compilation 


k,mp,/rin 




k,mp,Uhn 




k,mp.i,ng 


compellins 


k,mp,/,ng 


Mmpare 


k,nipj 


eomparsbU 


k^p^.bl 




i,i»P^.M 



compartment k,m,prtjnnt 

comported k,mp,r,td 

compai'ed k,mp,rd 

Impressed k,[n,prs( 

)mprcsHing k,iii,prs,Dg 

jmpriie k.m,pri 

jmpnied k,m,prsrf 

oompriziDg k,m,prr,ng 

comprehend k.m.prnd 

comprehended k,m,prTii,dd 

'comprehending k,iu,prBd,aK 
;omprehen Bible k,m,pr,iu,bl 
jomprehcnaibly k,m,pr,iu,bl 
:omprehensibIene3sk,m,pr,ns,blju 
;ompwihensivo k,m,pr,m,v 
!om pre hensi rely k,ni,pr,n»,T,/ 
inmitp^l^nnaivnnna* kTm,pr>n5,T,nj 
k,m,pr,ii8hn 



comprcliei 



compresaare 

comparing 

company 



-Jig 



oompend k.mpnd 

compound k,mpnd 

0ompouDdB.b1e k,mp,D,d.bl 

compounded k,mp,a,dd 

compendinm k,Dipnd,m 

compendioua k.mpnd^ 

coiupcadioasly k,mpnJ j,/ 

compounding k.mpnd [ing] 

compensnte k,mp,Qi,t 

compeuiatiTe k,mp,n«,t,T 

oompensnicd k,mp,n«,td 

compenBttlory J[,mp,n.9,t,r 

campenBating k,mp,a3,t,ng 

com pun! on k,mp,nn 

companionable k,[up,n,n,bl 

companionably k,mp,n,D,b1 

aomponcnC k.mp.ii,Dt 

compsnionlesa k,iDp,n,ti,/s 

campBnionship k,mp,n.it^h,p 

compassion k,inpsbn 

compassionabla k,mp,8U,nM 

coaipiiBavQnirt.B V,to.-^jjo.;[A 
\ c omp(iaa\iinn.W4 ^,101) ^» ,\&- 



FnONOttRAl'Hia WORD-BOOK NO. tt. 



oompuiioiiittely 
oompiwaioDateDtaa I 
oompaasion^itiiig ' 
oomposure 

campaat«d 

oompoctly 

oompitetiiig 

compnaction 

Mmfty 

oommit 

Gomraata 

oomiiiu table 

oommatablj 

eomndtmcnt 

committed 

OommaMd 

OommaCatioil 

oommHtiag 

eommating 

oomody 

oommodity 



c'jwedisn 
Gommissariat 



lt,mp^h,nt,/ 




b,nmd,T 


k,mp,8li,nt,Dj 




k,mnd tingl 


k.Bip,8h,ut,ng 


couimandiDg 


M.S' 


l(,mp.ihr 


commiiaamgiy 


k,mp,kt 






li,n.p.k,td 


cunimcacod 


k,m^( 


k,mp,kt^ . 


oom.^eDaura>.Ie 


k,n..n»^,M 


k,mp,kt,ilg 


uoaimcusurabiUlj 


k,m.iu,r.bl.t 


k,mp,ng8Tn 


com luea jiirableno 


Bak.m,iu.^,bl.w 


k.ai.C 


coiuiUGOSurato 


k,m.iu.rt 


k,at 


commonoiBg 


k,ni,ii»,ng 


k,nit 


oommonlaw 


k,d.n^ 


k,iDt,bl 




k,m,iit 


h.mCbl 




b.m,ttl.t 


k,mt,mDC 


catmuonwoalUi 


k^,nl,tk 


k,in,td 




k.m.nr 


kjn,td 




k,m,iui 


k.i)i,la1iii 




k,m,DAi 


BP 


oommon-oouncil " 


k,uinji^l 




k',iDBha 


k.md,t 




k.mabB 


t,in,d. 




k,m.d),i 


commissioned 


k.mshnd 


fc,B.,4.,n» 




k.mahn.r 


k.m.d,r 


commiasioiiing 


k,iiiBfan [ing] 


kfli,dn 




k^,k> 


k.inj,r 




k.m.k.i 


b,m9,rf 




k,mji*^hr 


k,nu,rf 


oommiition 


i.mJu,oha 


k,mj,r,td 


ooraraiiion 


k,m,kj.,n 


fc.nu.rijig 


comio 


k,m,k 


i,mz,rihn 




k^Jcl 


b.mrd 


oomically 


k.m,kl 


k.mM 


eomionlaess 


k,m,kl,n. 


k,™,r«( 


oomioality 


k,m,kt,t 


k,inr,»Ai . 




k,mjig,gl 


k,nlr^A/ 




k,m.ng*Id 


k.ma 




k,m,ng,gL,llg 


k.mn 


ConnubW 


k.n.bl 


k.m,n.pl. 


oonfuto 


k.Q,ft 


ssr . 




k,n,tt,bl 


aaiif\it«d 


k.nAtd 


k,mnt 


oonfating 


k,n,ft^ 


k,in,a,td 


oonfidB 


k,n,fa 


k.nmt^ 


oonflded 


kj.,f,dd 


k.innt [log] 




k,D,f4rt 


k.omd 


CO ofe derated 


k,ii,M,r,td 


k,mnd 


CQuMetMLng 


k,n,fa^(.iig 


k,m.ii,ad 


V>SAt* 


k,tt^,d4 


"L^teJU 



paottoasAFHio word^boos mo. It. 



eonfidtnit 


kjlAdnt 


ocnflniDg 


k,n,fti,ng 


confidant 


■ k,nXdnt 


ConfOoins 


i.,Dj^ht 




k,n.f,dnt [/] 


conibuica 


k.nAhn 


oonfidsno? 


k.nXiin. 




k,n,il(hn,( 


oonfiJentiftl 


k,n.fd,n^ 




k,nAhQ 




k,n,W,n^ 




k,n,f,k.hn,r 




k.n,fil,ng 


confectionary 


k,nj,ksbtt^ 


aoofess 


k,n,& 


configaratioa 


k,n,f.gniin 


oonhsMd 


k,ii,&( 




k,n,T 




k,n,t,.d.l 


coaaiTC 


k.n,» 




k,n,ft,r . 




k,n,v 


confircaCe 


k,n,ft,kt 


oonviyial 


k,n,T,vl 




b,n^.k,td 


con.iviftlity 


k,n,v,v^,t 




k^^,kt^g 




k,n,vd 




k,n,f.,ksha 


eonniTed 


k^,Td 


oonfcMing 


k.n,ft^ 


ooDToifod 


k,a.v./,Td 


eonfiue 


k.n,f.^ 


con»olTii« 


k,n,T,/,Tjig 


confuECd 


k,ii^rf 


OOnTDlM 


k,n.v,U 




k.,ji^AJ 




k,n,Tl*,v 


oonruBednsss 


k,n.ft4.n« 


CDDTulaiToIy 


k,n,T!«,Tl 




k,n,f!,ng 


coaTuleed 


k.n,vl)( 




k.n,fl,n.* 




b,n,vlj,nt 


conflict 


k,n.fl,k,t 


coDTslescenCB 


k,n,vl»,n. 


conflioted 


b,n,fl,k,td 




k,n,vl<,n* 


conflicting 


k.n,fl.k,t,ng 


OonTulsing 


k,n,vlj,ng 


confer 


k,n.fr 


oonrnlBign 


k,ii,vl8hn 


coaGim 


k.n,fr,m 


convolution 


k.n,T,frf« 


conform 


k.n,f,r^ 


oouTeyor 


k,n,v,r 


oonformable 


k,n,f,r,m.bl 


oooniTer 


k,n,vr 


conformably 
oonformabiUty 


k,n,f,r^,bl 


convertod 


kji,T,,td 


k,n,f,r.m,bl,t 








k,n,fr^t,T 


ouiiverHniioQe 


VB',llr»,Ufi 




k,nA^t,r 




kn,l»-«,Dt 


conformatory 


k,n,f,r,mt,r 


CimTOrsMion 


kn,ln-»shn 




k.n^.r.md 


eotivei-s^tmuiat 


kn,erj.Bli,iu( 


confirmed 


k,n,fr.md 




kn,Br.»hn^ 




k,n,f,r,nishn 


convBrgB 


kn,BrJ 
kn,er3d 
kn.«r3nt 


oonfirmatian 


k,n,ft-,msho 


oonTergnd 




k,n.f,r,m,n8 


coHTergeat 


oonflrmins 


k.n.fr.m.ng 


converganc* 


kn,<«-j™. 




k.n.frd 




kn.i',,hn 


oonferriiig 


k.n,fr,ng 


converging 


kn,..ro,ng 


ccDfine 


k,D,fti 


conTcne 


k,n,rn 


«0Qflaab1« 


k,n,f,n,bl 


convent 


k.n,vnt 




k,n.fn,mnt 


convened 


k.n;Tnd 


confiiied 


k.n,fnd 


eonnivanoe 


k,a,vr« 


oonfonnd 


k,[i,fnd 


convince 


k,n,v« 


ooofoundnl 


k,n^.n,dd 


convey anoo 


k.n,v,n. 




k,nAn,dd,/ 


ooQvincibU 


v.,ttri,ii»>fii. 




k,D,f,n,dr 


coa^ioaeA 


Y,Q,1,-OiA 




k^Ad.Iig 


»»..,««« 


VW.-M!* 



246 



VBGSOaTLAFmc WOUD-BOOK VO; b. 



oonTeyuieiiig 

conyincing 

convincingly 

convincingness 

convenient 

conveniently 

convenience 

convention 

conventional 

convening 

convoke 

convocate 

convoked 

convict 

convicted 

convocatod 

convicting 

convocating 

convex 

convexity 

convexly 

con^exness 

conviction 

convocation 

convoking 

contemplate 

contemplative 

contemplatively 

contemplated 

contemplating 

contemplation 

contemporary 



k,n,T,n«,ng 

k,n,vn« [ing] 

k,n,v,ns,ng,/ 

k,n,v»n»,ng,iM 

k,n,vn,ift 

k,n,Tn,nt^ 

k,n,vn,n9 

k,n,vn,«An 

k,n,v,nshn,/ 

k,n,vn,ng 

k,n,v,k 

k,n,v,k,t 

k,n,v,k,t 

k,ii,v,k,t 

k,n,v,k,td 

k,n,v,k,td 

k,n,v,k,t,ng 

k,n,v,k,t,ng 

k,n,v^9 

l:,n,v,k9,t 

k,n,v^«,/ 

k,n,v,k«,ns 

k,n,1P,kshn 

k,n,v,kshn 

k,n,v,k,ng 

knt,mp,// 

knt,mp,/^,v 

knt,mp,/^vl 

knt,mp,/,td 

knt,mp,//,ng 

knt,mp,r,r 



contemporaneous knt,mp,r,n» 
contemporaneously knt,mp,r,ns,^ 



contempt 

coiltemptible 

contemptibly 

contemptibleness 

contemptuous 

Contemptuously 

contemned 

contumacy 

contumely 

contumelious 



knt.mt 

knt,mt,bl 

knt,mt,bl 

knt,mt,bl,ns 

knt,m,ch« 

knt,m,cli9,/ 

knt,md 

knt,m,s 

knt,m,/ 

knt,m,/^ 

knt,m,/5,/ 



contumeliously 

contumeliousness knt,m,ls,n« 

contaminate knt,m,n,t 

contaminated knt,m,n,td 

oonttunin&tmg knt,m,n,t,Ti^ 

contamination knt,m,na^Ti 

""Qtumaceoiu knt,m3Vi9 



conttnnaeeoQ^y 

contnmaceoiiBneiB 

contemning 

contest 

contested 

contesting 

contuse 

contused 

contusing 

contour 

contribute 

contributable 

contribativ« 

contributed 

contributor 

contributing 

contraband 

contribution 

contrive 

contrivabl«r 

contrived 

contriver 

contriving 

controverted 

contravene 

contravened 

contrivance 

contravention 

contravening 

contort 

contorted 

contorting 

contradistinction 

contradistingttish 

contradistinguished 

contrast 

contrasted 

contfasting 

control 

coDttrollable 

controllment 

controlled 

controller 

controlling 

contortion 

continue 

contain 

containal)le 

continuable 

\ oicmXAaX» 



knt,m,8li«,iv 
knt,]ii,]ig 
k,n,ts^ 
k,n,ts,td 

k,n,tz 

k,n,t2^ 

k,n,tz,ng 

knt,r 

knt,r,bt 

knt,r,bt,bl 

i:nt,r,bt,T 

knt,r,b,td 

knt,r,b,tr 

knt.r,bt [iBgl 

kat^j^fbfid 

knt^,bsli]i 

knt,r,v 

kDt,r,y,bl 

knt,r,Td 

knt,r,vr 

knt,r,v,ng 

knt,r,v,r,td 

knt,r,vn 

knt,r,vnd 

knt ,r,vn» 

knt,r,vxi,«Afi 

knL,r,vn,ng 

knt,rt 

knt,r,td 

knt,r^,ng 

knt.rid«^,ng8bil 

knt,r,djrC,ng.g^ 

knt,r.d«<.iig.g;dit 

k,n,tr9^ 

k,n,tr4,td 

k,n,tr«^,ng 

k,n,tr,l 

k,n,tr,/,bl 

k,n,tr,/4nnt 

k,n,tr,ld 

k,n,tr,lr 

k,n,tr,/,ng 

knt,rshn 

knt,n 

knt,n 

knt,n,bl 

knt,n,bl 



PHOKOdHAPHIO WOBD*BO(« NO. U. 



947 



eontentmemt 
contentedly 
contentedness 
oententing 
continued 
contained 
contend 
contended 
continnedly 
contender 
contending 
continuous 
continuously 
continuouaaess . 
continual 
continually 
continualness 
continent 
continental 
continentallj 
continently 
continenoy 
continence 
continuanoe 
contingent 
contingently 
contingency 
contentious 
contentiously 
contentiousness 
contention 
continuation 
containing 
continuing 
contagious 
contagiousness 
contagion 
contusion 
Connecticut 
contact 
context 
contiguity 
contiguous 
contiguously 
coutiguousness 
condemn 
condemned 
condemning 
condemnable 
condiment 



knt,nt4nnt 

knt,a»td,/ 

knt,nt»d»nf 

knt,nt,ng 

knt,nd 

knt,nd 

knt,nd . 

knt,n,dd 

knt^,d,i 

knt,n,dr 

knt,nd»ng 

knt«n« 

knt^,/ 

knt»n«,ns 

knt,n,l 

knt,n,/ 

knt»n,Uns 

kntjunt 

knt,n,nt,l 

]^nt,nnt,/ 

knt,nnt,/ 

knt^n^i^ 

knt^^ss 
)tnt,n,jnt 
knt,n Jnt [/] 
knt,nj,n,s 
knt^jshs 

knt4i«8h'»' 

knt,n^h«,ntf 

kntjttshn 

knt»nalui 

knt,n,ng 

knt»n,ng 

k,ntj9 

k,ntj9,tts 

k,ntjn 

k,n,tzhn 

k,nt,kt 

knt,kt 

knt,ks^ 

knt,g,t 

kntgt 

knt,g*,/ 

knt^.9,n« 

knd,m 

kndand 

knd,m,ng 

knd»m,n,bl 

knd^mnt 



condsmnatioa 
conduit 
condite 
conduce 
conducible 
conducibly 
conducibleness 
condneement 
conduced 
condescend 
condescended • 
condescending 
condescendingly 
condescension 
conducing 
condole 
condoled 
condolenoe 
condoling 
condign 
condense 
condensibls 
condensate 
condensed 
condenser 
condensation 
condensing 
eondignly 
condition 
conditioned 
conditional 
conditionally 
conditioning 
conduct 
conducted 
conductor 
conductress- 
conducting 
conduction 
conception 
conspired 
conspirator 
conspiracy 
conspiring 
conception 
conspicuous 
conspicuously 
conspicuousness 
conceive 



knd,m^islia 

k,nd,t 

k,n,dt 

k,n,d« 

k,n,d9,bl 

k,n4«>bl 

k,n»d9,bl,Bt 

k)n,d«,mni 

k»n,dirf . 

k,n,d«,nd 

k,n,ds,n3d* 

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k,n,d«,nd»ng^ 

k,n,d»,nshn 

k,n,d«^g 

k^d,l 

k,nd,ld 

knd,/fM 

k,nd,l,ng 

k,n,dn 

k,n,d'wl; 

knd,n9,bl 

knd,n#,t 

knd,BSf 

knd,ns,r 

knd,n«8hii 

knd,n»,ng 

k«nd,nl 

k»n,<fehn 

k^n^dshnd 

k,n,d8hn,l 

k,n,dshn,/ 

k,n,d8hn,Bg 

knd,kt 

knd,k,td 

knd,k,tr 

knd,k,tr« 

knd,kt,Bg 

knd,kshn 

k,n9,p8hn 

k,n«,p,rd 

k»n9,p,r,tr 

k,n9,p,r,s 

k,n»,p,r,ng 

k,n«,pshn 

k«n«,p,k# 

k,n»,p,k«,/ 

k,n9,p,ks,nf 

kjks,v 



248 



FHOHOORAPBXO WORD-BOOK IVO. II. 



oimeeiTing 

eonsume 

consumable 

consumptiTe 

consammate 

oonaummated 

ooi&sammately 

eonBummating 

consumed 

consummation 

consumption 

consuming 

conceit 

constipate 

constipation 

constable 

constabulary 

conceited 

conceitedly 

conceitedness 

constant 

constantly 

Constantino 

Constantinople 

constancy 

Constance 

concede 

conceded 

conceding 

concise 

consistent 

consistently 

consistency 

concessory - 

concisely 

conciseness 

conceal 

consul 

console 

concealment 

consulate 

consult 

conciliate 

conciliated 

consulted 

conciliatory 

consolatory 

consultation 

conciliating 

OODSUltlDg 

concealed 



k,B«,Y,ng 

k,n«,m 

k>n9>m,bl 

k,n9,mt,T 

k,n»,mt 

k,n«,m,td 

k>nfymt,/ 

k,n*,mt [ing] 

k>n5ymd 

k»n9,mshn 

k,B«,mshn 

k,n»an,ng 

k,n«,t 

k,n«,t,pt 

k,n«,t,p8lm 

k4i«,t,bl 

k,n«,t,b,/^ 

k»n«,td 

k,n9,td,n« 

kn»,tnt 

kn«,tnt [/] 

kn9,tnt,n 

kn9,tnt,n,pl 

kn«,tn,s 

"kuSfins 

kn«,d 

kns,dd 

k,n«,d,ng 

kn,8« 

kn^,tnt 

kn,S9,tnt [/] 

kn,s9,tn,s 

k,n9«,r 

kii,s9,/ 

kn,s^,n9 

k>n»,l 

kyllSyl 

k,n9,l 

k,n«,l,mnt 

k^nsylt 

k,n«,lt 

}s.,n8,lt 

k,n«,/,td 

k,n«,/,td 

k,n9,//,r 

k,n9,/f,r 

k,n9,/,tshn 

kiUSjltfUg 

k,n8,{t,iig 

lL,ns,\d * 



consoled 

consolidate 

consolidated 

consolidating 

consolidation 

consular 

consulship 

conciliation 

consolation • 

concealing 

consoling 

conserve 

conservator 

conservatory 

conservative 

conservatism 

conservation 

conserving 

concert 

consort 

consorted 

concerted 

concerting 

consorting 

concern 

concernment 

concerned 

concernedly 

concerning 

consign 

consignee 

consignment 

consent 

consented 

consenting 

concentre 

concentrate 

concentrated 

concentred 

concentration 

concentric 

concentrical 

concentering 

consigned 

consonant 

consanguiiiity 

consigning 

consecutive 

consecutively 



k,ii«4d 

k,n»,/,di 

k,n«,/22,td 

k,n«,/,dt [ingl 

k,n5^,dBlm « 

k,n«,/,r 

k,n«,/,»A,p 

iLfikSflshn 

k,n*,l^g 

k,n«,r,Y 

k»n9,r,v,tr 

k,n*,r,v,t^ 

k,n»,r,vt,v 

k,n^,r,v,tMi 

k,n«,r,v8iin 

k,n«,r,v,ng 

k,ns^ 

k,n8,rt 

k,n«,r,td 

k,n»,r,td 

k,n«,rf,ng 

k»n«,r^,ng 

k,n«,rn 

k,n«,m,mnt 

k,n9,rnd 

k»n«,r,nd»/ 

k,n«,r,n,ng 

k,n9^ 

k,n«,n 

k,n«,n,m,n,t 

k,n»,nt 

k,n*,n,td 

k,n9,nt,ng 

k,n«,n,tr 

k,n«,n,trt 

k,n9,n,tr,t,d 

k,n«^,trd 

k)n^,n,tr8lm 

k,n9,n,tr,k 

k,n5,n,tr,kl 

k»n«,n,tr,ng 

k,n9,nd 

k,n9,nnt 

k,n«,n,g,n,t 

k,n9,n,ng 

k,n«,kt,v 

k,n«,kt,vl 

k.,\i2^knt 



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249 



consequence 

consequential 

consequentially 

cognizable 

cognizant 

eoi^nizance 

Conrad 

conundrum 

conges tioti 

congeal « 

congealable 

congealment 

congealed 

concealing 

conjure 

conjurement 

conjured 

conjurer 

conjuration 

conjuring 

conjoin 

conjoint 

conjointly 

conjoined 

congenial 

conjoining 

conjugial 

conjecture 

conjee turablo 

conjectured 

conjectural 

conjecturally 

conjecturing 

conjugate 

conjugated 

conjugating 

conjugal 

conjugally 

conjunctive 

conjunctively 

conjunctiveness 

conscious 

consciousness 

conscionable 

conscionablcness 

conscience 

conscientious 

conscientiously 

conscientiou^ess 

conic 

cogniao 



kynstkns 

k,n5,k,n,5^ 

k,n9,k,n,«/i/ 

k,n2r,bl 

k,n2;,nt 

k,nz,Jis 

k,nrd 

k,n,n,dr,m 

k,n,j«,cbn 

k,nj,l 

k,nj,/,bl 

k,nj,/,mnt 

k,n,j,ld 

k,nj,/,ng 

kjug^jr 

kjh4,r,mnt 

k,nj,rd 

k,n,j ,r,r 

k,n,j,r«A» 

k,nj,r,ng 

k,njn 

k,n jnt . 

k,n Jnt [/] 

k,njnd 

k,nj,nl 

k,n,jn.ng 

k,n.j.jl 

k,njj,k,chr 

k,n,j,k,chr,bl 

k,n,j,k,chrd 

k,nj,k,cbr,l 

k,n,j,k,chr,/ 

k,nj,k,chr,ng 

k,nj,gt 

k,nj,g,td 

k,nj,gt,ng 

k,n.j,gl 

k,nj,gl 

k,nj,ng,kt,y 

k,ng,ng,kt,vl 

k,n,j.ng,kt,v,nff 

k,n,sh.9 

k,n,sh9,ns 

k,n,sh,n,bl 

k,n,sh,n,bl,n5 

k,nshn9 

k,n,8h,n,8h9 

k,n,8h,n,sh«,/ 

k,n,sh,n,sh5,n.v 

kn,k 

kn,k \ 



concupiscenco 

concubine 

concubinage 

concave 

concavity 

concomitant 

connect 

connective 

connected 

concatenate 

concatenation 

connecting 

conical 

conclave • 

conclude 

concluded 

concluding 

conclusive 

conclusively 

conclusory 

conclusion 

concur 

concrete 

concord 

concurred 

concordance 

concourse 

concurrent 

concurrently 

concurrentncss 

concurrence 

concretion 

concurring 

concussion 

connection 

concoct 

concocted 

concocting 

concoction 

conglomerate 

conglomerated 

conglomerating 

conglomeration 

congruity 

congratulate 

congratulated 

congratulator 

congratulatory 

congratulating 

congratulaUon 

congtuo\ia 



kn^,p»lit 

kn,k,bn 

kn,k,bnj 

kn,k,v 

kn,k,v,t 

kn,k,mt,nt 

kn,kt 

kn,kt,Y 

kn,k,td 

kn,kt,nt 

kn,kt,n8}in 

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k,n,kl 

k,n,kl,v 

k,n,kld 

k,n,kl,dd 

k,n,kld,ng 

k,n,kl«,Y 

k,n,kb,y,/ 

k,n4s:l9,r 

k,n,klzlm 

k,n,kr 

k,n,krt 

k,n,krd 

k,n,krd 

]ui,k,r,d7t« 

k,n,kr9 

kn,k,rr»/ 

kn,k,rntj 

kn,kymt,iis 

kiLyk,m8 

k^,krshn 

k,n,kr,ng 

kn,kshn 

kn,kshn 

kn,k,k,t 

kn,k,k,td 

kn,k,fc,t,ng 

kn,k,ksha 

k,n,gl,mrt 

k,n,gl,m,r,td 

k,a,gl,m,rf,ng 

k,n,gl,mrshn 

k,n,gr,t 

k,n,grt,/^ 

k,n,grt,/,td 

k,n,grt,/,tr 

k,n,grt,/^r 

k,n,grt,/f,ng 



PBOHOflBAPHlO Vromi-BDOK HO.'n. 



limiUble 

iUiml-Bbls 
limitalily ' 
illioiiubly 
limkableneii 

iUimildbleneM 

illiierate 
literatensM 

illiWrolearai 

illiteracj 

licit 

illicit 

licitlj 

illiciilr 

licilnen 

illidtneM 

lagible 

i11^bl« 

legibly 

illegibly 



illegibilfl) 
legible nei 






illeEitimate 

legitimated 

illeEitimfited 

legitimately 

illegitiniBtely 

leguiiunting 

illegitimating 

leptirnacy 

illegitimacy 

logrcal 

illogicBl 

logically 

illegicBlly 

illuxicalnn* 

legal 

illegal 

leg-tly 

illegally 
legality 
illegality 



l,mt,bl 


I.B.ll»d 


AgL - 


l,/.ml,bl 




M.el»f 


I,IDt,bl 




t-si'-og 


i.i.int,bl 


OLgdiB,, 


X"* 


;,mt,bl.iu 


l,g.l..» 


/,/,o.t,bl,n. 


«teg.l.>.« 


ij.ei.T» 


U.Tt 


Rep«iUbIo 


r.p.lM 


t.'t,rt 




r.'-.p.'.bl 




i^':;:':a„ 


r.p,Ul 
r,r.pAbl 


U,rA 


repeal^ility 


r.p,I,h^,t 


IM.rfl 




T.r.p,l.h.l.t 


M 




r.p,i.bl,IW 


IM 


Jr^pealableDen 


r.r.p,/.bl^ 


U.^ 




r,p,r,bl 


l,U,t.l 


iirenarable 


r,r.p,r,bl 


I.;<,t.iU 


irreparably 


r,p,r.bl 
r,r.p.r.bl 


Ij.bl 




r,p,r,b,I,l 


uiM 


irreparabilily 


r.r.p.r,bAI 


/rbi 




r,p,r,bl,n. 


Sffi 


irreparableaeu 


r,r,p,r.bl,iif 


roprovable 


r.pr.v,bl 


m:^ 


iiTBprovablo 


r,r,pr,v,bl 




r.pr.v.bl.D, 


I.i.j,bl.iu 


i^pmyableDea. 


r.r.pr,v,blji. 


lj..nl 




r.pr,,bl 


«j..ml 


irreprewiblo 


r,r,pr,.bl 


/jw,«l 


repreasibility 


r,pr»,bl,t 


J,ijl.m.td 


irrqir^il.ility 


r,r.pi,,bl.t 


IjUmlJ 


repBuenlable 


r.pn.nt.bl 


Wjt,mW 


irreDresenlBble 


r,r.pri,Jt.bl 


ij..mt [ing] 




r.pn.nt.bl.iM 


iij.;».[i!s] 


irrcp,e-,.,,.al,Ui,e« 


r,r,pri,n(.bl,iii 


Ij™,. 




r,pr.n.,bl 


IS" 


repreheiihiW^iiPM 


r.r.pr,i«,bl 
r.i.r.n..bi.« 


IJif 






r.pr,ch.bl 


X. 




r,r,pr,ch.bl 


reproachably 


r,pr,ch.bl 


tr- 


irreproachably 


r,r,pr.ch,bl 


reproBcfaableneM 


•■,pr.ch,bl,ti» 


Sf- 




r,r,pr,ch,bl,i>. 


repentance 


r,pnl,in 


«k1 




r,r,pnt,ii» 


'.gU 


refnlablo 


r,rt,bl 


l",!l.t 




r,r,ft.bl 


ij' 


\ i(Abc&'<* 


r.r,fl,bl 


U,8l» 


T&X,V. 



roOHOnAPBIO VOU>-BODX KO. 



Mtdmnnicate [<ioin]n^t 
comamaieatife [coin]D,kt,T 
<DommuiucatiT«itBsa [coni]D,kt,T 



comma DioaCed [aom]n,k,td 

nioutor [tiom]n,k,tr 
niemorj [coin]ii,kt,r 
■-Uing[ooin]n.kt,ng 
mC lcoui]ii Jint . 
coTomuaioBitioB [oam]a,kBhii 
Conflagratiim [«OB}fl^ral:Lii 
confmnC [oo^at 
confronted [«s«]ft'B,td 
conf rooting [aonlf'^ttiiK 
conference [GODJfnu 

oonvertibi* Ioon]Trt,bl 
eOQiertibly {coBJTrt.bl 
convertibilitj [oon]«rt,bl,t 
converCiblensBS [oaii]Trt,bl,iu 

CODVCrtlOg [<]OB]TTt,Dg 

conlroyert l.ci«ltr,vr( 
conCrorertibU [i(On]tr,Trt,bl 
cOQtroyarting [0OB]tr,Trt,ng 
cbntrorer«j Lcon]tr,i>r,a 
controTeraia! [con]tf,»r>U 
oODtro'orgially [Don]tr,w,»A/ 
cootrofersialist [oon]tr,B',*Wt( 
contrite [con]trt 
contritely [oon]trt,J 
eoQtrddiot [con]trii,kt 
coatr&dictire [iiiHi]trd,kt,T 
contradicted [oon]trd,k.td 
Contradictory [aoB]trd,kt^ 
contradictorily [|con]tnl,kt/f 
Contrftdi<;torinese [cnn]lrd,kt)r,i! 
contradicting [can}trd,kt,ng 
contradiction [con]trd,kgha 
contrary [aon]tr,r 
conlranoty {oon]tt,r,l 
contrarily [ijon]tr,r/ 

ition [oon]trihD 

.ct [con]tr,kt 
contmctible [oon]tr,kt,W 
contraotibility [o>n]lr,kt,bl,t 
cantritctibleResa [enn]tr,kt,bl,iu 
oontntoted {coii]tr,k,td 



itraoting [can1tr>kt,iig 

— "nn [coiiItT.kBlui 
[conlmr 
[ooDl«mF 
constitute [con>ftt 
eonstitDted [coB]«n,t,d 
constitutiag [con]*((,i>Bg 

constituency [con]j(tn,a 
conatitutioQ [iloli]jl(shn 
const itutional [con^aftshn ,1 
conatitutioBBliy [con]«lt8hB,I 
constitutisaality [coBj>nslui|/,t 
constellation [coaytU/m * 
CODS true [coB](tr 
construed [conlrtrf 
■ isg [coh]«tr,iig 

n [con]*trQ 

trainable [conlatrji.U 
constraint [can]>trnt 
constrained [coD]«trBd 
consti-mnedly [eoB]>tr,n,d^ 
coDstoTDsUun [eon]«(r,n8tm 
constrwaing [oon]»tni,ng 
construct [CDn}str,kt 
40iiittructive [cD<i>tr,kt,T 
aonstrncted [0Dn]«tr,k,td 
consiruetor [eDal<tr,k,tr 
canstrictcir [oonjitr.k.tr 
constructing [oDB]!tr,kt,ng 
■oonatruetioa [coq]jlr,kshn 
coneidev [oon]»dr 
considerable [cob]idr,bl 
considerAbly [coD]nlr,bl 
eonaidcrate [ooB]rart 
.considerately [coB]»drt,I 
considcratcneM [coe]idTt,n* 
oon-idered [con]»drd 
constderatioB [conlidrshn 
considering CcoD]Mr,iig 
conaiat [oon]jst 
consistory [con]«t.r 
conscript [eon>kr,pt 
conscription [oon]skr,p3hB 
consecrate [con]skrt 
consecrated [con]«kr,td 
consecrating [eoa]iikrt,ng 
coQseoraUon [cea]«krsliit 



352 



PBOKOORAPHIO WORD-BOOK NO. S. 



Exercise VII. 

Containing all (he words of the English language^ commenang toUik 
the prefixes •* incom," " incon," '* uwcom," *' uncon," and 
** ENCUM," in which " incom" and "incon" are represented 6y 
" N," written immediately aver the remaining part of the word, 
and " UNcoM," ** dncon" and " encum" by **N"<m the lejloftke 
remaining part of the word, 

encumbered [enciim]brd 
incumbrance [incumjbriM 
encumbering [ettoum3br,ng 
uncombinable [anoom]b,nybl 
incumbent [ineam]bnt 
uncombined [unoom]bnd 
uncomfortable [uncom]frt,bl 
uncomfortably [anoom]frt,bl 
uncomfortableness [unoom]fH,- 
bl,n9 

uncommitted [uiioom]td 
uncommonly [unbom3iil 
uncommonness [unoom]n,n« 
incommensurable [incom]n9»r,b]) 
incommensurability [incoming/.* 

bl,t 
incommensurate [incom] n»,r< 
incommensurately [incom]nJ,r<,/ 
incommunicable [incom]n,k,bl 
incommunicably [incom]n,k,bl 
incommunicability [incom]n,k,- 

bl,t 
incommunicableness [incom]n,- 

k,bl,n» 
uncommunicatcd [uncom]n,k,td 
uncomdTunicating [uncom]n,kt,- 

ng 
uncommissioned [uncom]shnd 
unconfutable [uncon]ft,bl 
unconfessed [uncomjf^f 
unconfused [uncon]£rc? 
unconfiisedly [uncon]fe,d,/ 
unconformable [uncon]fr,m,bl 
unncoformability[uncon]fr,m,bl,t 
unconfirmed [uncon]f,r,md 
unconfinable [uncon]f,p,m,bl 
unconfined [uncon]fnd 
unconfinedly [uncon]f,n,d,/ 
unconvertible [uncon]vrt,bl 
unconvcrtibility [uncon]vrt,bl,t 
unconverted [unoon]v,r,td 



imcompatible [incom]pt,bl 
incompatibly [inoom]pl ,bl 
incompatibility [incom]pt,bl,t 
inoom^jetent [inoom]p,tnt 
inc^petently [incom]p,tnt,[Z] 
incompetency [incom]p,tn,s 
encompassed [encom]pj^ 
encompassing [encom]p9,ng 
incomplete [incom]plt 
incompleted [incom]pl,td 
incompletely [incomjplt,/ 
incompleteness [incom]plt,n5 
uncompelled [uncom]p,ld 
uncomplaisant [uncom]pUr,nt 
uncomplaisantly [uncom]pl2r,nt,l 
incomparable [incom]pr,bl 
incomparably [incom]pr,bl 
incomparableness [incom]pr,bl,n» 
uncompromisingly [uncom]pr,- 

m5,ng,/ 
incompressible [incom]pr*,bl 
uncompressed [unoom]pr«/ 
incomprcssibility [incom]pr«,bl,t 
incomprehensible [incom] pr,ns,bl 
incomprehensibly [incom]pr,n.9,bl 
incomprehensibility [incoin]pr,- 

n5,bl,t 
incomprehensibleness [incom]pr,- 

n*,bl,n5 
incomprehensive [incom] pr,ns,v 
incomprehension [incom]pr,nshn 
uncompassionate [uncom]p,«A,nt 
uncom passionately [uncom]p,«A,- 

nt,/ 
uncom passionateness [uncom]p,- 

*A,nt,n« 
Uncompact [uncom]p,kt 
uncompacted [uncora]p,k,td 
incombustible [incom ]b5,bl 
incombustibility [incom]bs,bl,t 
i2icombustiblene8s[incom]b.?,bl,n5 
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inoonyinoible [incon]v,n8,bl 
inconyincibly [incoii]v,ns,bl 
vmconYinced [unoon]v,n«^ 
inconvenient [incoD]vn,nt 
inconvenientlj [incon]vn,nt,l 
inconvenience [inconlvn,nra5 
unconvincing [unconjv,n9,ng 
uncontemned [uncon]t,md 
uQ^ntaminftted [nncon]t,m,a,td 
incontestable [uncon]t«,bl 
incontestablj [incon]t5,bl 
uncontested [unoon]t«,td 
incontrovertible [incon]tr,vrt,bl 
incontrovertibly [incon]tr,vrt,bl 
uncontroverted tuncon]tr,v,r,td 
uncontrite [uncon]trt 
uncontradicted [nncon]tr ,d>k)td 
uncontrollable [uncon]tr,/,bl 
uncontrollably [nncon]tr,/,bl 
uncontrolled [uncon]tr,ld 
uncontrolledly [uncon]tr,^,d,/ 
incontinent [incon]t^,nt 
uncontented runoon]tn,td 
uncontended [uncon]tn,dd 
incontinently [iBOon]t,n,nt,/ 
uncontending [uncon]tnd [ing] 
incontinence [ineon]t,n,n9 
incontinency [inoon]t,n,n,8 
uncondemned [nnconjd^md 
incondensible [incon]d,n9,bl 
incondensibility [incon]d,n«,bl,t 
uncondensed [ancon]dn«^ 
unconditional [uncon]dshn,l 
unconditionally [uncon]dshn,^ 
unconducted [nncon]d,k«td 
inconceivable [incon]tfv,bl 
inconceivably [incon]«v,bl 
inconceivableness [incon]«v,bl,n« 
inconsumable [incon]«m,bl 
unconsumed [ancon]«nid 
unconstitutional [uncon]«/t8hn,l 
unconstitutionally [uncon]^ttsh- 

n,l 
unconstitutionality [uncon]«/tsh- 

n,/,t 
unconstrained [uncon]«trnd 
unconstraincdly [uncon]str,n,d,/ 
inconstant [inconj«tnt 
inconstancy [incon]«tn,s 
inconsiderable [lncon]«dr,bl 
inconsiderably [incon]^d;i;,bl 



inconsiderablenes8[incon]^r,bl»- 
inconsiderate [incon]9drt [n« 

inconsiderately [incon]«df't^ 
inconsiderateness [incon]jrdrt,ni 
unconsidered [uacon]«drd 
inconsideration [incon]«drsIin 
inconsistent [incon]s«,tnt 
inconsistently [incon]s«,tnt [Z] 
inconsistency [lncon]s«,tn,s 
inconsistence [incon]s5,t/t« 
inconsolable [incon]9/,bl 
inconsolably [incon]5/,bl 
unconciliating [uncon]5/^,ng 
unconsolod [ilncon]5ld 
unconsolidated [uncon]«/^,td 
unconsoling [unoon]5/,ng 
unconcern [uncon]9rn 
unconcerned [uncon]*rnd 
unconcernedly [uncon]»r,n,d,/ 
unconcernedness [uncon]5r,nd,n« 
unconsecrated [uncon]«kr,td 
uncongealable [uncon]j,/,bl 
uncongealableness [uncon]j,/,bl,- 

ns 
uncongealed [uncon]j,ld 
uncongenial [unconij,nl 
uncongenially [uncon]j,nl 
uncon^eniality [uncon]j,nl,t 
unconjugal [uncon]j»gl 
unconscious [uncon]sn« 
unconsciously [uncon]sh9,/ 
unconsciousness [uncon]sli9,n« 
unconscionable [uncon]sh,n,bl 
unconscionably [uncon]sh,n,bl 
unconscionableness [unconjsh^n,- 

bl,n* 
unconnected [uncon]k,td 
unconcludable [uncon]kld,bl 
unconcluding [uncon]kld,ng 
unconclusive [uncon]kl9,v 
unconclusively [unoon]kl5,vl 
unconclusiveness [uncon]kl«,y,n« 
unconcocted [uncon]k,k,td 
unconquerable [uncon]kr,bl 
unconconquerably [uncon]kr,bl 
unoonquered [uncon]krd 
incongruity [incon]gr,t 
incongruous [incon]gr« 
incongruously [incon]gr»,/ 
incongruent [incon]gr,nt 
incongruenee [In^OMiS^^ns 



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Gmtainirtg all Ikewords of the English language commenciTi g mA 
theprffix •' isteb" or •• eHikr," Tejiresf.iilrd hy tlie hair-lmglk 



" wriUeit on the UJl of the ; 

lutermpt [inter] pt 
iutemipted [iuter]p,ld 

iaurra|iledly [iu1«rjp,td^ 
intermplmg [iiitBr]i.r.[iiig] 
mlerp.se [lulBrJps . 
ii,Kr|«,«-d [i...er]|..-,( 
iiiter|>osiriiiii [iulBr])\:>iui 
iiilerf-ising [iulerjiit.iia 
llllM(«)lB(e [intBrJp. tt 
inler[H>'llled riiJteinp,I,[d 
iiilerpi)alor [ialer^,/,tr 
inier[)(ilmi«g [inlerlpjf.ng 
idlerpoluIiiiD fiiiler]p,Us 
iuMrpr^t Oiilwl^n 

julerpreted [iDterlpr.td 
inlerpreler [iiiU)r]pr.Ir 
iu(er|irtilali<iii f iiitpr]|n-,liJin 
inl«a.r..U,.K [fule;],.r..[iu5] 



.rise [e„ 



^r],.r 



iDle,fe™r[mier]r,r.r 

mlerTen^g [lularjr.r.ng 
interweave [iuier^v 
iulemew [iiiMrlv 
iuler,,! [i„l„]d 
ml.t,e.e Qinler]™ 

,«,„.„,i„„ |;i,„.,>...i. 



i.iSCii. 



erjnj.l 



iiitermedinl [iiiler]mi 
iulerni^.l.ll^ [iTiter],ncU 
irilermiildlml IliilerJinil.U 
inlernicdtller [iiiterjind.lr 
iiilermedUliii^ [iiiler]iiul,{,Dg 
iulErmnrry riiilerlEn.r 
i,,.e,.„,.r,Un,.le,3n,.r.l 



tnflhe^ 

iiilerDienlirmed [inter] nin.slind 

iulerDieiitloaing [iuter]m,ushn- 

intBim;Bsf..u [inler]mabii 

intermwKife [iLte'r]m,lf*.chr 
iuKH-miiHl rii,terWkrt 
iiHerraiiingXiiitegm,k#,ns 
iutefoiiugle [iuiKi-Jm.ng.gr 
i„le™icaled riiiler]«.,..g,gld 
3.iieniiinSli.jg T;i.iler]ii.,ag,gl,ng 

iijtBriwiBtiiig [iiiu-r]W,ng 

eutBHtin'teuWOlB" 
tnleriHiuiiieiit [euterlt.innt 
e.i,^rmi„.J [.>>tBi].i.d 
iLterlwliii.>a [iiitBrJ'iid 
iulerlwimug [intBrlt,n,rg ■ 
eiirerwm.iig [Halerjl.u^g 
introduos riijtro]di 
iutrDduced[iiitml.irf 

■ ■ ■ - 4u 



.lerdicted [iulerjd.k.td- 
itrudiiatury [iiitn>}il,lct,r 
ilerdii;iing [iiiter1ii,kt,[ig 



ill trod ucliiiu [imro]J.kghii 

iuio.^epiBd"[i"W.-j.p.>d 
iiilercc)jter[inlef>|Kir 
mleruepriiiB [iii!i!r].pi[ii.g5 
iiiierspece [iiiti?'r]A|u 
«.teraper.e fintei ]»prf 
mlBri.pL.«ea[imer>prrf 
loiEmperaiug [iiiier>pr».ng 
Jiileri*pii.,u [*i,ter].|»lm 
iiilenpBrfli..ii [mteij.pishn 



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iottfrosdkig [iDterlMl^ 
intercfliBor [iuter]M,r 
intercessory [iiiter[M,r 
iutenert [inter]«rt 
iuteraeiiea [iuterl«r,td 
iatenertiug riateM«r/,ng 
intersertiou [inter Jtrsbn 
interoesaion [iaterjMhn 
iatersect [iuter]«kt 
iutersectea [iut«r]«k,td 
intersectiug [iDterl«kt,Dg 
iDtersectiim [inter J^kshn 
interloper [i uteri/, pr 
interlude [iuterjfd 
interlaced [inter3/«^ 
iuterlaciug [iuter]U,ng 
interlard [iuter]l,rd 
interlarded [iuter]]/.r,dd 
interlarding [interjl,rd[ing] 
interline [inter]/i» 
interlined [laterynd 
interlineatitm [inter]/,n8hn 
interlining [inter ]Z.n,ng 
in terlocatory [interj/,k ,tr 
interregnum [inter jr,g,n,m 
interchange [inter ]ch,nj 
intercliangeable [iuter]ch,nj,bl 
intercbangea^leness [inter]cb,- 

n.j,bl,n# 
interchanged [inter]ch,n jd 



interchanging £inter]cb,og,iig 
interjacent [niter ]j«,ut 
interjacency [inter ]j«,n,a 
inteijoin [inter] Jn 
interject [inter}j,kt 
interjected [iuter].j,k,td 
interjection [interjj.kshn 
intercommon [interik^mn 
intercommunion [iuterlk,m^n 
intercommunity [inter]R,m,n,t 
intercommunicable [interlk,m,D,- 

intercommunicableneaa [inter]k,« 

ni,n.k,bl,n« 
intercommunicate [inter Ik, m,n,kt 
intercommunicated [ inter jk,m,n,k,* 

td 
intercommnnication [inter ]k,myny^ 

kshn 
intercostal [inter]k«,t,l 
intercourse [interlkr* 
interrogate [interjat 
internigative [inter]gt,v 
interrogatively [iuter]£t,vl 
interrogated [interlji^ 
interrogator lniteijsf.tr 
interrogatory [inter]g,t,r 
interrogating [inter3gt,ng 
interrogation [inter]gshn 



ExEKCIS£ IX. 

Containing all the words of the English language commencing foith 
" rk.com/* " RKCON," *♦ RKCOG," or ** RKCUM," inwhick those pre 
fixes are represented by the •* r-sign," toritlen an Ou left of the 



remainder of the word. 

RecompcMe [recoin]pi; 
recomposed [reconi]f>3:d 
recona position [reconi^p^sbn 
recompjwinu [recoin]p2;,ng 
recompile [recom]f»J 
reci>mpileinent [recom]p,/,mnt 
recompense rrecom]iin« 
reconi|fensed [recouil|>n«<2 
recompensing [recom]p,tt« [ing} 
recombine [recomlbn 
recumbent [recumjbnt 
recumbently [recum]bnt[/] 



recomhined [reoomjbnd 
recombination [recomjb.nslin 
reconibiuing [recomlbn,ng 
recommit [recoro]mt 
recommitment [recomjmt^mnt 
recommitted [recom]ni,td 
recommend [recom]nd 
recommendatory [recom1nd,tr 
recomineinied [recom]n,dd 
recommendation [recomjiidsha 
recommending [recom]nd,ng 
recommence (,reouia'}^ 



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recommenced [recom]Q«< 
recommencing [recom]n«)ng 
Eecoiifer [recon]fr 
reconfirm [recon]fr,m 
reconfirmed [recon]fr,md 
reconfirmation [reconjfr,mBhD 
reconfirming [reconlfr,m^g 
reconferred [recon3rrd 
reconferring [recon]fr,ng 
reconvey [recou]v 
reconveycKi [recon]vd 
reconveying [recon]v,ng 
reconvert [recon]vrt 
reconverted [recon]v,r,td 
reconverting [recon]v,r<,ng 
reconversion [reconjt^rshn 
reconvene [recon]vn 
reconvened [recon]vnd 
reconvening [recou]vn,ng 
reconnoitre [recon]tr 
reconnoitred [recon]trd 
reconnoitring [recon]tr,ng 
recondite [recon]dt . 
recondense [recon]dn« 
recondensed [recon]dns^ 
recondensation [recon]dns9hn 
recondensing [recon]dn«[ing] 
reconduct [recon]d,kt 
reconducted [recon]d,k,td 
reconducting [recon]d,kt,ng 
reconstruct [recon]«tr,kt 
reconstructed [recon]«tr,k,td 
reconstructing [recou]&ti-,kt [ing] 



recoDstniction [re6dn]8tr,k«lm 
reconsider [recon]«dr 
reconsidered [recon]fldrd 
reconsidering [recon]«dr,ng 
reconsideration [recou]«dr8im 
reconcile [recon]»l 
reconcilable [recon]«^,b1i 
reconcilablenesB [reconQ^ybl^iu 
reconcilement [recoQ]«/,mnt 
reconciled [reconQald 
reconciliation [^recon'^slskn 
reconciling [recon]8ir,ng 
reconsecrate [r©con]«krt 
reconsecrated [recon]*kr,td 
reconsecrating [recon3«krt,ng 
reconsecration frecon^^krahn 
reconnoisuDce [recon]n«,n« 
reconjoin [reconjjn 
reconjoined [reoon]jad 
'reconjoining [recofa]jn,iig 
reconjunction [recon3j,ag,8hn 
Recognitors [recog]n,tr« 
recognize [recog]n2r 
recognizee [recog]n,z 
recognizable [recog]nz,bl 
recognized [recogQnr^i 
recognizer [recog]nz,r 
recognizance [recog]ni^,n# 
recognition [recogjushn 
recognizing [recog]nz,ug 
Rec(Miquer [recon]kr 
reconquered [recon]krd 
reconquering [recou]kr,ng 



Exercise X. 

Containing all the words in the English language commencing tcith 
the prefix " self," in which "sklf" is represented by the ** s-ciR- 
CLE," on the left of the remainder of the word. 



'S 



Self-pleasing [self jplr,ng 
self-approving [self]pr,v,n< 
self-praise [selt']pr2 
self-preservation [3elf]pr2:,r,vslin 
self-abase [self ]bs 
self-abasement [self ]b«,mnt 
self-abased [self ]b«< 
self abasing [self ]b«>ng 
self-love [self ]/,v 



self-evident [self 3v,dnt 
self-important [self ]mp,r/,nt 
self-importance [self ]mp.r^,n* 
self-tormenting [self]tr,mnt,ng 
self-dependent [8elf]d,pnd,ut 
self-defence [self ]d,fn« 
self-devotion . [self Td.vshn 
self-admiration [8Af]d,m,r«An 
self-determination [self ]d,tr,m,nsha 



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«e)f-determinmg r«etf ]dl,r,m,n,ng 
ielf-deceived |;BSli']tlf,vd 
•elf-destruction [i>e1r]da,tr,kahii 
Mlf-ilBi>ialtwlt']a,n.l 
■eJf-«uffiui«Mt rMiiriir,ii,at 
iwir..aiDe [8«!n.m 
seir-eBieem [sell']«tnt 
Belf-estimalion rMll'lel.mahn 
lelf-wiUed [■eirjld 
seir-beeliag iKlfy.ag 
■eir-restrauit [Belf ]r(,tmt 
Beir-reatraiaing rielf ]r(,tm,ng 
Balf-intBre»t [wTf ]n,tr«( 
■elf-imereMad [lelf V.trt.td 
iell^kQowIedgB [Mirjnij 
•flf-anjayiDSDt [■ielf]iij,mill 
Mlf-kaowing [telf ]a,ag 



teWnh [Hiriah 
te\tiMy [aeiriii,; 
•«m>hnestrtelf>h.n( 
wir-commaud [wtflh.mnd 
aelf-eiammaliuu [self ]gi,m^Bhn 

eEtr-fxallaliuii r3>ill']E2,I,tBhQ 
.Hir-acc.,Bms[.Blf]ki.Tig 
.elf-creared [self Iftr.td 
Mif-contldeDI [aelnk.n,f,dnc 
auIf-coufidencB rseirik.n.r.diM 
■ ;ted [aelf ]k,(l,v,k,td 



aeir-coD 



it[ae 



r«eifik.D,,td 
[Beir]k,ii,»b> 



Cimlaining all the worda of (he English language commencing teith 
iht prefix "ciRtuM," irf whidt "cihcum" ii repressed by Che 
" a-ciHCLE," writlcn immediately over the remainder of the iford. 



Cirouinpolfcr rcircumjp.lr 




m],t«rf 


ng 


m].tD,.ht 




cun.].W,(h.td 


circumvotve fcircumV.','' 
circumvolvetf [ci.«iimiy,i,Td 


com].ta,.hV 


oircumvolving [oircumlv.J.v.ng 


circumstantial [circu 


i.]^n,,i/ 


circumalawiallj [oirc 


um]rtii,rii 


cirCtravatlatioT. [eirci™]v,MB 








circumciaion [cinjui 
circumacribe [circum 


5S:b 


drcumvenled [eircum]v,n.ld 


circumscribed [circu 


mlAr.bd 




circumacribing [circ ■n],kr,b.OK 


circumveplion tcircu™]vr..*« 


circumlucation [cire 


dl]i,t.ho 




circumimvigable [cir. 


"m]....g.bl 


Uin 


ci^umnavilatei-rcir 


n.]»,v,g,l 




...>v.B,ta 


cireumapecl [circuro]*p.kl 


■cum]n,y,g,l.- 


circamapecUy [ctit!uni]«p,kt,; 


■ °S . 




circa mspecliieSB [circuin]ip,kt,in 




om]o,v,g,tr 






^■].,.,g.to 




oircumJBcent [circnir 


!.,»• 



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Exercise XII. 

Containing all the words of the English language commendne wilh 
the prefix "under," in which "undkr" is represented by the 
half-length " w," (made heavy) written on the left of the remainder 
of the rvord. 



Under-prize [under]pra? 
under*^prized [underiprir<2 
uador-priztng [ander]pr;r,Qg 
under-buy [uuderjb 
under-bought riinderjjbjt ^ 
Quder-bid runder]b,cf 
uoder-bidoing [nnderjbyding 
under-bred [underjbtxl 
under-buy iug [aiider]b,ng 
utider-f(K)t [ under ]ft 
uuder-value [j|6der]v,/ 
uiider-yaluecTXunderiy.ld 
under-valuing [underjv^/^ng 
UudennoBt [under] ui«# 
undermiue [underjmn 
undermined [underTmnd 
undeftnining [ under Jni,u,ug 
undertake [ under] t,k 
undertook [ under] t,k 
undertaker [under]t,kr 
undertaken [under1t,kn 
understood [ under J«td 
understrapper [undTerJstr^pr 
Understand [under]«tud 
understandable [uuder]«/nd,bl 



understanding [under ]«tnd,ng 
understandingly [ under ]«tud»ug|2 
under-sell [under ]«/ 
uuder^sold [under]«ld 
under-selling [underl«/,Bg 
undersign [under ]«Q 
undersigned [un4er1«nd 
underscore [uuder]«K,r 
underscored [under1«k«rd 
underscoring [under]tk,r,ng 
under-secretary I uuderlfkrtjf* 
underlaying [underl/^ng 
underrate [uuderjrt 
underrated [ under V,td 
underrating [underV^,ng 
under>Vriter [underjrt,r 
underwent f underlnt 
under-handed [uncfer]n,dd 
underneath [under]u,ih 
under-current [ander]k,r»< 
undergo [under]g 
under-graduate [under]grjt 
underground [under]grud 
undergone [uuder]ffn 
undergoing [under ]g,ng 



Exercise XIII. 

Containing all the words of the English language beginning with 
the double-prefixes. ** unintkr," *' uinkntkr," or **un1ntro," rep* 
resented by the ** s-siQfi" followed by the half-lkkgth ** n-8ign" 
(made light) written immediately over the remainder of the word> 



Uninterruptedly [uninter]p,td,2 
uninterpolated [uninter]p,/,td 
uninterpreted [uninter[pr,td 
unenterprising [unenter]prz,ng 
unenterprisingly [unouter]prar,ng,Z 
Unintermit [uninter]mt 
ttuinteroaitted [uuiuter]m,td 



nnintermitting [uninter]uit[ing] 
unintermittingly [uninler]in,t,ng^ 
unentertaining [unenter]tii,ng 
unentertainingjy [nnenter]tn,ng^ 

uncntertainingness[uneuter]tu,ng,< 
n» 

unintroduced [unintro]dj< 



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BicMARK. — When, for any reason, one or more of the consonant^igns 
of a word .is omitted, the remaining portion Or fragment of the word 
which is written, is termed an imperfect skeleton. 



EXBBCISK XIV. 

Containing toords from which, for the sake of brevity, a consonant- 
sign is omitted* This consonant-sign omitted is, in all cases, the 
representative of an imperfectly enunciated sound, and the omission 
of the sign, informing the skeleton of the word, is found not to im- 
pair the legibility of Phonographic writing — the imperfect skele- 
ton rarely being also the perfect skeleton of any other word* 



Priestlj 

priestlmess 

priest-like 

priestcraft 

priest-riddon 

pestilent 

pestilently 

pestilence 

pestilential 

pestiferous 

posthumoos 

posthumonsly 

postage 

postmaster 

postmaster^general 

postmark 

post-date 

post-dated 

post-note 

post-poy 

post-paid 

postman 

post-town 

poftt-chHise 

post-office 

postscript 

postpone 

postponed 

postponing 

postponement 

postposition 

post-fix 

postdilavian 

poetdiliivial 

poet-existence 



pr»,/ 

pr«,/,n« 

pr«,/,k 

pr»,kr,ft 

pr«,r,dn 

ps./n/ 

p«,2n^,/ 

p«,/n« 

p«,Z,n,«A/ 

p«,fr» 

p«,m« 

p«,ra«,/ 

ptf,m8/r 

p«,m«^r,j,nr,l 

p«.m,r,k 

p«,dt 

p«,d,t,d 

p«,nt 

p<.p 

p«,pd 

p«,mn 

p*,tn 

p«,«Aiff 

p«,£r 

p«,kr,pt 

p«,pn 

p«,pud 

p«,pn,ng 

p«,pn,mnt 

p^.p^rshn 

p«,f,k« 

p»,d./,vn 

p«,d,/,vl 

p«,gz*,tns 



pasteboard 

npdidedown 

Breast- plate 

breast-pin 

breast-bone 

breast-deep 

breastwork 

boastful 

boastpilly 

boastfulnesB ^ 

beastly 

beasilmess 

Frost-bitten 

first-bom 

first-begotten 

fantastical 

fantastically 

fantasticedness 

festival 

frostwork 

Van Dieman's Land 

Mistrustful 

mistrustfully 

mistrustfulness 

mistmstless 

mistrustlessly 

misspell 

misspelt 

misspelled 

misspelling 

misstate 

misstatement 

misstated 

misstating 

miscitation 



p<,b,rd 

p«,dn 

Dr«,plt 

br«,pn 

br«,bn 

br«,d,p 

br«,r,k 

b«,fl 

b«,fl 

b*,Z 

b«,/,h« 

fr«,b,tn 

fr*,b,m 

fr«,b.fft,n 

f,n,t«,kl 

f,n,t«,kl 

f,n,t«,k],n» 

f«,vl 

fr«,r,k 

vnd,mz,/nd 

ms,trs,fl 

m«,tr«,fl 

m«,tr«,fl,ns 

msMsyls 

m«,p,l 

mjr,p,lt 

m«,p,ld 

m»,p,/,ug 

m«,tt 

ms.tt,mnt 

ms,t,t,d 

m«.tt [ing] 

m«,tshn . 



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merchantman 

Testament 

testamentary 

testimonial 

testimony 

tasteful 

tastefully 

tastefulnew 

tasteless 

tastelessly 

tastelessness 

tempe8t-l>eaten 

tempest-tost 

text-book 

trustful 

trustfully 

trustfulness 

trustless 

trustlessly 

trustlessness 

trustworthy 

trustworthily 

trustworthiness 

transpose 

transposed 

transposal 

transposition 

transposing 

transplant 

transplanted 

transplanter 

transplanting 

transpire 

transport 

transportable 

transported 

transportedly 

transporter 

transportation 

transiK)rting 

transpired 

transpierce 

transpierced 

transpiercing 

transparent 

transparently 

transparentness 

transparency 

transubstantiate 



m,sh.pn 

m,r»cnt,mn 

ttf,rant 

t«,mnt,r 

t«,m,n,l 

t8,m,n 

U,fl 

t«,fl,n« 

U,lt 

t<,^,l 

UfUfUs 

t,mp«,b,tii 

ttVapSfUi 

t,k«,b,k 

tr«,fl 

tr«,a 

tr«,fl,n« 

tr«,^ 

trSflSfl 

tr«,l«,Q« 

tr«,r,TH 

tr«,r,TH,/ 

tr«,r,TH,n5 

trs,pz 

trsypzd 

tr«,pz,l 

tr«,p5:8hn 

tr«.pr,ng 

tr«,plnt 

tr«.pln,td 

tr»,plnt,r 

tr«,plnt,ng 

tr5,p,r 

tr*,p,rt 

tr«,p,r<,bl 

tr«,p,r,td 

tr»,p,r,td,/ 

lr«.p,r,tr 

lr«,p,r,t«hn 

tr5,p,r<,ng 

tr5,p,rd 

tr«,p,r« 

ir8,p,rst 

tr«,p,r«,ng 

tr5,p,r«^ 

tr«,p,m^,/ 

tr*,p,r«/,n5 

tr*,p,m,s 

trs,b«,t,n,M< 



transubstantiation 

transubstantiating 

transfuse 

transfusible x^ 

transfused 

transfusion 

transfiising 

transfer 

transferable 

transform 

transformed 

transformation 

transforming 

transferred 

tmnsferrence 

transferring 

transfix 

transfixed 

transfixing 

transfigure 

transfigured 

transfiguration 

transfiguring 

transverse 

transversely 

transmit 

transmute 

transmittable 

transmutable 

transmutably 

transmutability 

transmitted 

transmuted 

transmutation 

transmitting 

transmuting 

transmissible 

transmissibility 

trans missive 

transmission 

transmigrate 

tranamigratory 

transmigrating 

transmigrant 

transmigration 

transitive 

transitiveness 

transatlantic 

transitory 

transitonly 



tr«,bs,t,iiy8hdm 
tr«,b«,t,nij«,ng 

trStizd 

tr«,fzbn 

tr«,fo,ng 

tr»,f,r 

tr«,f,r,bl 

tr»,f,r,m 

tr«,f,r,md 

tr«,f,r,m8hn 

tr»,f,r,in,n^ 

tr«,f,ni 

tr«,f,nM 

tr8,f,r,ng 

tr«,f,k« 

trs,fM9t 

tr»,f,k«^ 

tr*,f,gr 

tr«,f,grd . 

tr«,f,gr8fan 

tr»,f,gr,ng 

tr*,w# 

trs,vr8,l 

tr«,mt 

tr«,mt 

tr«,mt,bl 

tr»,mt,bl 

tr«,mt,bl 

tr«,mt,bl,t 

tr5,m,td 

tr5,m,td 

tr«,m,tshn 

tr»,mt [ing] 

tr«,mt [ing] 

tr»,m«,bl 

tr«,m«,b,/,t 

tr»,m»,v 

tr«,rashn 

tr«,m,grt 

tr«,m,grt,r 

tr«,m,grt,ng 

tr»,m,gmt 

tr«,m,gr8hu 

tr*,t,v 

tr«,t,v,n» 

tr«,t,/n^,k 

tr»,t,r 

tr»,t,r^ 



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261 



tranntorineaa 

transalpine^ 

Transylvania 

translate 

translatable 

translated 

translator 

translatren 

translatmg 

translocia 

translacent 

translucency 

translation 

transcend 

transcended 

transcendent 

transcendently 

transcendental 

transcendentallj 

transcendexttalist 

transcendenfl^i8In 

transcendency 

transcending 

transship 

transshipping 

transshipment 

transition 

transitional 

transact 

transacted 

transactor 

transacting 

transcript 

transcription 

transcribe 

transcribed 

transcriber 

transcribing 

transaction 

transgress 

transgressive 

transgressed 

transgressor 

transgressing 

transgression 

transgressional 

Dustpan 

dustman 



tr«,t,r,n« 

tr«,/,pn 

tr»,/,v,n 

tr»,ft 

trs,ltM 

trs,lM 

tr<,/,tr 

tr«,^,tr« 

tr«,/^,ng 

j(r«,l«,d 

tr«,I«,nt 

tr«,b,n,8 

trsjshn 

tr«,nd 

tr«,n,dd 

tr«,od,nt 

tr«,Dd,nt,2 

tr«,nd,nt,l 

tr«,nd,nt,/ 

tr«,nd,nt,/«^ 

trSfUd^ntflZfrn 

tr«,Dd,n,s 

tr«,nd,ng 

trsjshfp 

tr«,«A,p,ng 

tr«,«A,p,mnt 

tmzshn 

tmzshUfl 

tr«,kt 

tr5,k,td 

tr«,k,tr 

tr«,kt,ng 

tr»,kr,pt 

tr«,kr,p8hn 

tr»,kr,D 

tr»,kr,bd 

tr«,kr,br 

tr»,kr,b,ng . 

tr«,k8hn 

tr«,gr« 

tr«,gr«,v 

tr»,gr«,r 

tr»,gM,ng 

tr«,grBhn 

tr«,gr8hn,^ 

d«,pn 

d«,mn 



disencamber 

disencumbering 

disencumbrance 

detestable 

distasteful 

distrustful 

disgustful 

digestible 

digestibly 

Steadfastly 

steadfastnesB 

Husbandman 

husband less 

Landlord 

Reverently 

irreverently 

responsible 

irresponsible 

responsiblenesB 

irresponsibleness 

reconcilable 

irreconcilable 

irreconcilably 

reconcilableness 

irreconcilableness 

restless 

restlessly 

restlessness 

readjustment 

Uq tasteful 

uutastefully 

unsteadfastly 

unsteadfastnesB 

ungentlemanly 

ungentlemanlmess 

uDgen tlemanlike 

Gentlemanly 

gentlemanhness 

gentlemanlike 

Adjustment 

adjustable 

Crestfallen 

Christopher 

combustible 

combustibility 

combust! bleness 

contestible 

contestibleneBs 



dSf'kfXDfhr 

d«,k,m,br,ng 

d«,k,m,bm8 

d,t«,bl- 

d8,ts,B. 

d5,tr«,fl 

d»,g«,fl 

dj«,bl 

dj«,bl 

8td,U,l 

«td,f«,n« 

z,bd,nm 

Zfbd,U 

Indfld 

r,vrt,^ 

r,r,vrt,i 

r«,p«,bl 

r,r«,p«,bl 

r«,p«,bl,n« 

r,r8,p<,blyQ# 

r,k«,/,bl* 

r,r,k«,/,bl 

r,r,k<,/,bl 

r,k«^,bl4i« 

r,r,ks^bl»n« 

Ts,ls 

r8,ls,n8 
rj«,mnt 

n,t«,a 

n,t«,fl 

n«,t,d,f«,Z 

n«,t,d,fs>ns 

ngt,mn,^ 

njt,mn^n« 

njt,mn,Z,k 

jt,mn,Z 

jt,mn^,n# / 

Jt,mn^,k 

j«,mnt 

l<,bl 

\rs,f,ln 

kr»,fr 

[com]b«,bl 

[com]b«,bl,t 

[com]bs,bl,ns 

[Gon]t«,bl 

[con]ts,bl,D< 



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Exercise XV, 



Containing all tjic words omiUedt 
from their projper plaees. 

Astride s^trd 

asteroid 8t,r,d 

academy kd,in 

auouUirig nl,ng 

advanced d,v,iu^ 

auuihilate Uflt ■ 

amiihilated n,2,td 

auuihilator n,/,tr 

aimihilatiug ^tl^,ng 

aniiihilatiun ii,/«A» 

aide-de-camp d,k,ng 

auditory d,t,r 

armiguing VfHtDg 

acquietciDg k,8,ng 

awake k 

azurio^ zhr^ng 

asaets Bt« 

attorney t,r,n 

attorney-general t,r,nj.nr,l 

attorneyship t,r,n,8h,p 

anarchy nr,k 

accursed k,r«^ 

actuate k,cht 

actuating k,cht,ag 

audaciousness d,8h«,n» 

anxious ng,sh9 

adjacent jSfHt 

amatory mt,r 

adjacently j«»nt,l 

adjusted j«,td 

accompanied k,mp,n,d 

accomplish k,m.pl,sh 

accomplishable k,m,pi,8h,bl 

accomplishment k,m,pl,8h,mnt 

accomplished k,m,pl,Rht 

accomplisthing k,m,pl,sh,ng 

accomplice k,m,pl« 

accompany k,mp,u 

accompanied k,mp,n,d 

accompanying k,mp,n,ng 

accompaniment k,mp,n,m,n,t 

accommodate k,md,t 

accomm<;dative k,md,t,v 

accommodated k,md,ld 

accoannodator k,md,tc 



or thought to have been omitUd 
in preparing this toork. 

accommodatiog k,md,t,ng 
accommodatioa kym.dsha 

Begirding b,grd,.ng 

burden b,r,ela 

burthen * b,r,THn 

burner b,r,ur 

brutishness brt.«&,nt 

buckler b,k1,r 

belles-lettres b,/y/,tr 

bell-metal b,^m,tl 

Berkley b,r,kl 

Bengalee bn,g)2 

begin b,gn 

beginner bygn,r 

beginning S,gn,iig 

Citadel «t,dl 

cong6 k,n,zli 

covet k,vt 

cursed k,r«< 

Coptic k,pt,k 

caricature kr,k,chr 

coach-house k,ch,s 

centaur «nt,r 

crumpet kr,mp,t 

captivate k,pt,vt 

catalepsy kt./.p^s 

canvassing k,n,v«,Dg 

cowardliuesa k,r,d,^,iu 

cautery kt,r 

coterie kt,r 

cheating cht,ng 

chatting cht,ng 

civilian »vln 

coronary kr,n,r 

conjure k,njr 
corporals'-guard kr,pr,te,g,rd 

cooky k,k 

cuckoo k,k 

chill ch.l 

chilly ch./ 

chillily chJ,l 

chilliness ch,/,n« 

chilling cb,/,ng 



cYiAY\xi%\iQ«A 



^,\,xw^;(tt 



elrarch 

cream-color 

cream-colored 

casual 

casualty 

comply 

compliance 

Downtown 

disabused 

decidable 

defamatory 

daytime 

datum 

diadem 

deter 

detour 

head tire 

deadish 

deyastate 

deyastated 

devastating 

devastation 

destitution 

disgusting 

destitute 

diocese 

diocesan 

degeneracy 

delineate 

delincative 

delineated 

delineator 

delineating 

delineation 

di^oining 

destine 

discompose 

discomposed 

discomposition 

disoonipofling 

discomposure 

discomfit 

discomfitted 

discomfiture 

dlscomfitting 

discomfort 

discomfortable 

discomforted 

discomforting 

discommode 

dUfeoauaod^d 



pnovoankFttto WOBD-Book M. n 


I. 291 


clir,ch 


< 
discommoding 


djjE,md [ing] 


kr,m,k,^r 


discontinue 


d«,knt,n 


kr,m,k,(r(2 


discontent 


d<,knt,nt 


k.zbfl 


discontentment 


^ d«,knt,nt,mnt 


k,zb,/,t 


discontented 


d«,dnt,n,td 


k.m,pl 


discontentedly 


ds,knt,n,td,/ 


k,m,pln« 


discontentedness 


ds,knt,n,{<l,n8 


dn,tn 


discontinued 


d«,knt)nd 


6sMd 


discontinuation 


d8,knt,nshn 


d«,d.bl 


discontinuing 


d9,knt,n,ng 


d,f,m,tr 


disconsolate 


dsXynsJt 


dt,m 


disconsolately 


dsX^nsJtil 


dt,m 


disconsolateness 


d8M,n8,lt,nB 


dd,m 


di^consolation 


ds,k,n9,/«An 


dt,r 


disconcert 


dSik,ns,rt 


dt,r 


disconcerted 


d«,k,n«,r,td 


dt,r 


disconcerting 


d8yk,n8,rt,ng 


dd,8h 


disconnect 


d«,kn»kt 


d,v«,tt 


disconnected 


d9,kn,k,td 


d,v«,tt 


disconnecting 


^,kll,kt,ng 


d,v«,tt [ing] 


decompose • 


d,k,mpj; 


d,v«,tshn 


decomposed 


d,k,mpz<2 


dj,t,t8hn 


decomposer 


d,k,mp2;,r 


d«,g»,t,ng 


decompositioii 


d»k,mpr8hll 


ds,tt 


decomposing 


d^k^mpr^g 


d«,8 


Emptiness 


m,t,n« 


dM,n 


establish 


Bt,h,l,8h 


dg^r^ 


enV^blishment 


Bt,b,/,shAnnt 


d,/,nt 


established 


Bt,hJ,8htt 


d,/,nt,v' 


establishing 


Bt,b,/,«A,ng 


d,/,n,td 


expatiate 


ki9,p,8ht 


d,/,n,tr 


expatiation 


k«,p,shshn 


d,/,nt,ng 


earnestness 


r,n5,t,n9 


d,/,nshn 


enrobe 


nr,b 


d«gn,ng 


emptyheaded 


mt,dd 


dst^n 


energy 


nrj 


dj»,k,mp« 


energetic 


nrjt,k 
nrjt,kl 


dSfkjmpzd 


energetical 


ds,k,mp2rshn 


energetically 


nrgt,kl 


d»,k,mp«,ng 


energcticalness 


nrjt,kl,nf 


d«,k,mp,zhr 


enervate 


nr,vt 


d«,k,m,ft 


enervated 


nr,v,td 


d^,k,m,f,td 


enervating 


nr,vt,ng 


d9,k,m,f^hr 


enervation 


nr,vshn 


d«,k,m,ft,ng 


earning 


r,n,ng 


d«,k,m,frt 


entire 


nt,r 


d«,k,m,frt,bl 


entirely 


nt,r/ 


d*,k,mXr,td 


entireness 


nt,r,n9 


djf,k,f,r^ng 


encircle 


n5,r,kl 


d«,k,md 


Fork^ly 


i,^^^^ 


dtf»k»m,dd 


fooltoap 


^^»X^ 



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flatter 

flattered 

flatterer 

flattering 

flowing 

fulsome 

fulsomely 

fulsomeness 

i^rtify 

Guatemala 

Guadaloupe 

girlish 

girlishly 

girlishness 

granulate 

gherkin 

granddaughter 

grandfather 

grandjury 

grandmother 

grandmaster 

grandsire 

grandson 

Heptagon 

historical 

historically 

hysterical 

hysterically 

hystericalness 

halcyon 

highest 

Impend 

impugned 

itineracy 

including 

insinuating 

inherit 

idiotcy 

irruptive 

irruption 

irrigate 

irrigated 

irrigating 

irrigation 

ironing 

innocence 

innocency 

JUiiOCUOUS 

xnnoeuously 
xajaocuoujsuieaus 



f,sh,n,ng 

fl,tr 

fl,trd 

fl,tr,r 

fl,tr,ng 

fl,ng 

f,l8,m 

t,ls,m,l 

ft/^,m,n9 

f,rt,f 

gt,m,/ 

gd,/,p 

g,rl,8hl 

g,r/^h,n* 

gruylt 

g,r,kn 

grnd,tr 

grnd,f,THr 

gr,ndj,r 

gmd,m,THr 

grnd,m9^r 

gr,nd«,r 

gr,nd»,n 

pt,gn 

st,r,kl 

st,r,kl 

8t,r,kl 

st,r,kl 

st,r,kl,n» 

Ishn 

s,t 

mp,n,d 

mp,n,d 

t,nr,8 

n,kld,ng 

n«,nt,ng 

n,r,t 

dt^ 

»•»?*,¥ 

r,pshn 

r,gt 

r,g,td 

r»gt,ng 

r,gshn 

r,n,ng 

ns,n9 

n*,n,s 

n,k,8 

ii,k8,{ 

II,k9,1i8 



inter 

irritable 

irritability 

irritate 

irritated 

irritative 

irritating 

irritation 

irradiate 

irradiated 

irradiating 

irradiation 

illuminate 

illuminated 

illuminator 

illuminating 

illumination 

illumined 

illimited 

ignisfatuus 

ignesfatui 

Illuming 

illusiveness 

incommode 

incommoded 

incommodious 

incommodiously 

incommodiousness 

incommoding 

interim 

inference 

interest 

interested 

interesting 

internal 

internally 

intermit 

intermitted 

intermittent 

intermitting 

ivied 

Isabel 

Isabella 

Ivanhoe 

Juggler 

jugglery 

jeweller 

jewelry 

justify 



nt,r 

r^,bl 

rf,bl,t 

r,tt 

r^td 

rf,t,v 

rf,t,ng 

r^tshn 

r,dt 

r,d,t,d 

r,d,t,ng 

r,dshn 

/,m,n,t 

/,m,n,td 

/,m,n,tr 

/,m,n,t«ng 

/,m,nshii 

/,mnd 

/,/,m,td 

g,na,f,t« 

g,n»,f,t 

l,mn,ng 

l»,v,n» 

n*k,md 

n,k,m,dd 

n,k,m,d« 

n,k,m,d5,/ 

n,k,m,d9*n« 

n,k,md [ing] 

n,tr,m 

n,fr?w 

n,tr«f 

n,tr«,td 

n,tr*f,ng 

n,tr,nl 

n,tr,nl 

n,tr,mt 

n,tr,m,td 

n,tr,mt,nt 

n,tr^t [ing] 

v,d 

2,b,l 

2,b,/ 

v,n 

4,gl.r. 
J,fl,r- 
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1 

edeep 

ness 

ness 

.graphy 

»graplied 

tgrapher 

tgraphio 

teraphing 

fly 

less 

evity 

late 

ied 

itily 

linate 

ling 

rning 

linated 

linating 

Lination 

rel 

relied 

relling 

rellous 

^ellously 

^ellousness 

iiavelian 

toriouB 

cal 

otint 

lacharta 

iflf • 

lanic 

lily 

iff 

ified 

ifier 

ifying 

ification 

haU 

\remon 

hailed 

hailing 

ial-law 

fJe 



9 

nd,p 

lyZ,l 

l,ft,n8 

/,th,gr,f 

/.th,gr,ft 

/,th,gr,fr 

/,th,gr,f,k 

/,th,gr,f,ng 

IMs 

/,kl 

IM 

/,kl,t 

/,m,td 

mi J 

in,k,nt 

m,r,n,ng 

ni,r,n,ng 

mj£,n,ta 

m,k,nt,iig 

m,k,nshn 

m,r,vl 

m,r,vld 

m,r,vl,ng 

m,r,vl» 

m,r,vU,^ 

m,r,Tl«,ii« 

in,k,y,/n 

m,r,t,r« 

md,kl 

mt8,tikt 

m,g,n,k,r,t 

m,kn,k 

md,/ 

mst,f 

mstttd 

mstif,r 

m«/,f,ng 

msttf,\uBhn 

mnt,9r,nxi 

m,r,8hld 

m,r,8hljag 

myr,8hiyl 

in,r,kl 



mistaken 

miraculous 

miraculously 

morsel 

morselled 

morselling 

merchandise 

mariner 

Nakedly 

nickname 

nicknamed 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne 

nausea 

noted 

Obviate 

obviated 

openly 

offset 

overboil 

Pendleton 

persecute 

persecuted 

persecutor 

persecuting 

persecution 

praiseless 

praiseworthy 

praiseworthily 

praiseworthiness 

pallidness 

posset 

pennyroyal 

purchase 

purchased 

purchaser 

purchasing 

pyramid 

pyramidal 

perfidious 

perfidiously 

perfidiotisness 

pervade 

paltry 




arker 
porphyry 
parlauoe 
paralyze 
paralyzed 
paTalyxVn^ 
1 paralytiQ 



mtf,t,kii 

m,r,kl« 

m,r,kltf,/ 

m,r«,/ 

m,r«,ld 

m,r»,/,ng 

m,r,ch»n,di; 

m,r,nr 

n,kd,/ 

n«k,n,m 

ii,B:,n,m,d 

n,k«,/,pn,tn 

n,sh 

n td 

b,vt 

b,v,td 

£»,nl 

fo,t 

trr,b,l 

p,n,dlt,n 

p,r«,kt 

p,r«,k,td 

p,r»,k,tr 

p,r»,kt,ng 

p,r«,kshn 

prz,/» 

prz,r,TH 

prz,r,TH,/ 

prz,r,TH,n« 

p,/,d,n5 

p«,t 

p,n,r,l 

p,r,ch» 

p,r,ch«/ 

p.r.ch*,!* 

p,r,oh»,ng 

p,r,md 

p,i',m,dl 

p.f,f,d» 

p,r,f,d«,/ 

p,r,f,d«ji« 

p,r,vd 

p,/,tr 

p,/,ft^ 
pr,kr 
p,r,fr 

p,r/« 



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PaOKOORiLPHIC WOBb'^ttOOK NO. It. 



piiraljtiGal 


p,rft,kl 


parsnip 


p,r«,n,p 


parson 


p,r«,n 


parsonage 


p,r«,nj 


parboil 


p,r,b,l 


parboiled 


p,r,b,ld 


parboiling 


p,r,b,l,naj 


politician 


pl,tshn 


potash 


pt,sh 


pettish 


pt,8h 


pettishness 


p,sh»tur 


penknife 


?r 


phial 


porcupine 


p,r,k,pn 


punchbowl 


p,n,ch,b,l 


pinchbeck 


p,n,ch,b,k 


purveyor 
prejudging 


l),r,V,r 


prOJ^ng 


prejudged . 


PO.J»d 


piquant 
Quiet 


P»knt 
k,t . 


quieted 


k,td 


quieter 


k,tr 


quietist 


iLytSt 


quietly 


k,t,/ 


quietude 


k,td 


quietness 


k,t,n« 


quietus 


k^ts 


Rebuked 


r,b,kt 


remedial 


r,md,l 


revelled 


r,vld 


redouble 


rd,bl 


raining 


r,n,ng 


Raynor 


- r,nr 


reference 


r.fpTW 


running 


^,n,ng 


recommit 


r,k,mt 


recommitted 


r,k,m,td 


recommitting 


r,k,mt [ing] 


recommission 


r,k,mslm 


Serenely 


8m,l 


sereneness 


8r,n;iis 


salaried 


SltTyd 


sympathy 


«mp,th 


swampy 


«mp 


scamp • 


«k,mp 


snatching 


«u,ch,ng 


spheroid 


«f,r,d 


dcudding 


«kd,ng 


spurn 


«p,rn 
«b,m 


Hubom 



satellite 


8tli 


satirical 


9tir,)sX 


solidifying 


«/,d,f,ng 


shamed 


8li,md 


severe 


«v,r 


soever 


s,»r 


satire 


8t,T 


science 


B,n9 


seawolf 


B,/,f 


seesaw 


B,8, 


silence 


sins 


salience 


ahis 


sullenly 


aln,l 


spaciously 


«p,sh«,/ 


speciously 


«p,sh«,/ 


softness 


«ft,n« 


swiftness 


«ft,n« 


sufficient 


«f,slmt 


sufficiently 


ef^h;nt^ 


sufficiency - 


«f,M,n,8 


sumptuous 


«m,ch« 


sumptuously 


amfih.9,1 


sumptuouiSAesa 


«m,ch9,n9 


simper 


*m,pr 


smart 


«m,rt 


Smartness 


um^rt^jia 


Squalid 


»k,/»d 


squalidness 


«k,/,d.n« 


smartmoney 


«m,rt,m,n 


simulate 


8m,lt 


simulation 


«m,/shn 


stationed 


«tshnd 


suppuration 


^,rshn 


soliloquise 


8l,l,\LZ 


snorting 


«n,rf,iig 


sneakingly 


«n,k,ng,/ 


scorpion 


«k,r,pu 


scarify 


8ktr0 


scorch 


«k,r,ch 


superincumbent 


«pr,k,in,bn 


sequential 


8k,nyshl 


sanguinity 


«^,g,n,t 


sybilline 


«b,/n 


steadfast 


8td,f9t 


shrieve 


«hr,v 


sonorously 


8nrSyl 


sofbch^eked 


«fb,ch,kt 


Topography 


*>P»gp/ 


tightly 


tt,/ 


Tenerifie 


t,np^ 


tempest 


t,Bii^ 



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261 



tinoture 
turner 
testify 
tympanum 
Uptown 
uptorn 
upturn 
underbuy 
undersell 
unclouding 
uncreatinff' 
unreceived 
unreckoned 
unpaid 
unseeing 
unsaying 
unsolid 

unaccomplished 
unaccommodated 
unaccommodating 
uninterested 
uninteresting 
uninterestingly 
unsteadfast 
« unnoted 
Vexatiously 
venial 



t,ng,ohr 

t,r,nr 

Ut,t 

t,mp,n9m 

p,tn 

pt,rn 

pt,rn 

n,dr,b 

n,dr«,l 

n,kld,ng 

n,krt,ng 

nr«,vd 

nr,knd 

n,pd 

n,s,ng 

n,s,ng 

n«,/,d 

n,k,m,pl,8ht 

n,k,md,td 

n,k,md,t,ng 

m,n,trs,td 

n,n,tr«f,ng 

n,n,trs^,ng,^ 

nSitfdffst 

n,n,td 

y,k»,sh5,/ 

▼,n,l 



venialness 

WorshipM 

worshipfully 

worshipfulness 

washdish 

wickedly 

warning 

washhouse - 

without 

watchword 

watchdog 

watchman 

watering 

wristband 

Xylography 

xylographio- 

xylographically 

xylographist 

Yearning 

Zeal 

zealous 

zealously 

zealousness 

zoologist 

zoological 

zoologically 



T,n,l,ii» 

r,sh,p,fl 

r„8h,p,fl 

r,sh,p,fl,]i8 

shdjsn 

kd,/ 

r,n,ng 

8h,s 

TH,t 

ch,rd 

chd,g 

ch,mn 

j^ng 

r«,bnd 

zl,gr,t 

«/,gr,fJt 

«/,gr,f^ 

zl,gr,fgt 

r,n,ng 

zl 

zls 

Zl8,l 
Zl8,jl8 

zlAst 

ZI4M 

zQm 



Exercise XVI. 
T%e following words are abbreviated by leaving off the "n"-hook. 



Attainment 
atonement 
assignment 
tenement 



t,mnt 
t,mnt 
B,mnt 
t,mnt 



appointment 
bondman 
spendthrift 
sojournment 



pt,mnt 
bd,mn 
9pd,thr,ft 
«jr,mnt 



It has been found necessary to write " any" above the line, to distin- 
guish it from '* no," in quick unvooalized writing. 

The words " doubt" and " about" are writen with the half-length 
•* d" and " b," struck through the line, with the sign for " ow" joined 
to them. The pen is not raised from the paper to write the diphthong- 
sign •* ow." ** New," " knew," and ** now," are written on nearly the 
same principle ; the last or right side of the little triangle is joined to 
the '* n" in writing ''now," and the left side of the crescent representing 
the improper diphthong-sound heard in " new" or " knew," is joined to 
the "n" m writing these last words. Both are of course written 
below the lino. In the word " idea" the diphthong-sign is joined to 
the " d." It is of course written above the line. 




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PHOKOGHAPHIC WOBD-BOOK NO. U, 



only one sound — and that in most cases one which is slighted. ia 
ordinary speaking — ^is not represented. It has been found necessary 
to extend the principle to the following thirty-seyen of the hundred 
words of frequent occurrence. 

The student will be surprised to learn that the following one hun- 
dred words constitute more than one half of all the English that is 
spoken or written ; that is, in a sermon, a newspa^r, a speech, or in 
a debate, in which say six thousand words are spoken, no more than 
three thousand, or one half will be found, that are not in this list. 
The first twenty-five words alone constitute one quarter of the lan- 
guage, and the first 66 one third. 

Exercise XVII. 

Seine a list of one hundred words numericaHy arranged according 
to Ihe frequency of their occurrence. 



The 

and 

of 

to 

in 

They 

our 

we 

God 

more 

their 

them 



his 

which 

your 

this 

him 

who 



a 

that 

is 

for 



there 

my 

on 

shall 

you . 

will 

thou 



what 

at 

if 

can 

how 

life 



it are by 

he but not 

with I or 

be all as 

[Quarter of the Language.] 



upon 
word 

had 
me 
no 
Lord 



us 

when 

an 

heaven 

see 

great 



[Third of the Language.] 



man 

than 

may 

those 

would 

has 



every 

world 

do 

one 

most 

love 



other 

were 

been 



part 

truth 

any 



now 

where 

time 

give 

after 

first 



thy 
from 
have 
at 



ever 

ftill 

into 

out 

unto 

thee 



like 
under 
work 
come 



[One half of the Language.] 



Exercise XVIII. 

Containing the abbreviated modes of writing thirty-seven of the hun- 
dred words of more freqaent occurrence. 

After represented by "ft" (half length "f") struck through the line. 
U ^^ « C the heavy vowel- dash a5<wg the line struck 

\ down from left to right. 

i the light dot below the line. 

the circle below the line 
( the light dash, on the line> struck down firom 
\ left to right. 



an 


«( 


« 


and 


<< 


n 


as 


(C 


if 



but 



(f 



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269 



oome 
first 


r 4 

«• 


«c 
cc 


for 
firom 
give 
given 


« 
« 


cc 
cc 
cc 
cc 


has 


(C 


■ cc 


her 


C( 


cc 


him 


(( 


cc 


his 


(C 


cc 


how 


« 


cc 


is 


tt 


cc 


of 


« 


cc 


on 


<c 


cc 


one 


cc 


cc 


or 


c< 


cc 


shall 


(C 


cc 


should 


<< 


cc 

• 


the 

thee 

them 


« 
« 


« ' 

<c 

cc 


to 


(( 


cc 


under 


(( 


cc 


were 


C( 


(C 


where 


« 


cc 


what 


C( 


cc 


when 


cc 


cc 


who 


cc 


cc 


with 


C( 


cc 


would 


C( 


cc 



1 



your 



cc 



cc 



"k" ontheUne. 

ithe "st-loop" on the line, strnok iiotofi, 
from right to left. 
"f" above the Une. 
" fr *' above the line. 

** g'** above the line. 

( the circle with an aapirate before it, below 
I the line. 

{the light dash on the line, struck up, from 
left to right. 
the light dot above the line. ^ 
the circle above the line, with an aspirate 

before it. 
the diphthong-sign *<ow" below the line, 

tmthout an aspirate, 
the circle fzbove the line, 
the light dash above the line, struck down, 

from left to right. 
the light dash aSove the line, struck down, 

from rig^f to /e/lf. 
the light mphthong-sign of the second group 

. of the " w series " on the line, 
the heavy dash above the line, struck dawn, 

from right to left. 
" sh " struck through the line. 

{the light dash below the line, struck up, 
from left to right. 

the heavy dot above the line. 

" th " (heavy) on the line. 

ithe heavy dash below the line, struck down, 
from left to right. 
"nd" ("n" half length heavy) on the line. 
C the heavy diphthong-sign of the first group 
I of the " w series" on the line, 
the same as above, aspirated. 
" the light diphthong-sign of the second 

group of the " w series" above the line, 
the light diphthong-sign of the first group 

of the " w series" in the line, 
the heavy dash below the line, struck down, 

from right to left. 
the light diphthong-sign of the first group 

of the " w series" above the line, 
the light diphthong-sign of the second 

group of the " w series" below the line. 

the heavy diphthong-sign of the second 

group of the " y series" below the line. 



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