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Variableness, våré-a-bl-nés. s. changeableness || Veined, vand.
Variably, vá're-a-ble. ad. changeably

Veiny, va'nė. Į a. full of veins ; streaked Variance, vá'ré-ânse. 8. discurd, disagree-Velleity, vél-1d'été. s. the lowest degree of

desire Variation, vå-ré-a'shản 1. change, mutation | Vellicate, vêi'ld-":åte. v. a. to twitch Variegate, våfree-gåte. v. a. to diversify Vellication, vel-lé-ka'shủn. s. twitching Variegation, vá-ré-é-gå'shủn. 8. diversity or|| Vellum, vērúm. s. the skin of a calf dressed colours

for the writer Variety, vá-r/'d-té. s. change

Velocity, vê-los'è-tê. s. speed, swiftness Various, vå're-ús. a. different

Velvet, vêl'vlt. 6. silk with a short pile upon it Varlet, vảr'lết. s. a scoundre!

Velvet, vêl'vit. a. made of velvet
Varnish, vår'nish. s. a shining liquid Venal, ve'nal. 2. mercenary
Varnish, vảr'nish. v. a. to cover, to palliate Venality, ve-nå l'é-tė. s. mercenariness
Vary, và rè. y. a. to change; to diversify, to||Venatick, vé-nåt'ik. a. used in hunting
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(full of vessels | Vend, vend. v. a. to sell Vascular, vás'ků-lår. a. consisting of vessels, Vender, vend'úr. 8. a seller Vase, váze. 8. a vessel rather for ornament|Vendible, rend'é-bl. a. saleable than use

Vendition, vên'dish'ún. s. sale, the act of sellVassal, vås sål. s. a subject, a dependant ing

(marquetry or iolaid work Vassalage, vås sål-áje. s. the state of a vassalVeneer, ve-nėèr'. v. a. to make a kind o. Vast, vast. a. large, great

Venomous, vén'é-mûs. a. poisonous Vast, vast. s. an empty waste

Venenate, vên'é-nate. v. a. to poison Vastly, väst' lè. ad. greatly [greatness Venerable, rénér-a-bl. a. to be regarded with Vastness, våst'nės. s. immensity, enormous Vat, våt. s. a vessel in which liquors are kept|Venerate, rén'ér-åte. V. a. to reverence in an immature state

Veneration, vến-er-a'shủn. s. reverent regard, Vaticinate, vå-tis'se-nåte. V. n. to prophesy awful respect Vault, våwlt, or våwt. s. a continued arch Venereal, ve-ne're-ål. a. relating to love

cellar, cave; repository for the dead; a Venery, vến'ér-ė. s. the commerce of the sexes leap

Venesection, ve-ne-sêk'shủn. 8. blood-letting Vault, våwlt. v. a. to arch

Venge, vênje. V. a. to avenge Vault, våwlt. v. n. to leap, to jump Vengeance, vèn'jânse. s. punishment Vaultage, våwlt'idje. 5. arched cellar Vengeful, vénje'sůl. a. yindictive, revengeful Vaunt, våwnt. v. a. to boast

Veniable,ve'nd-a-bl. Vaunt, våwnt. 8. brag, boast

Venial, ve' né-ål. a. pardonable,excusable Vauntingly, våwot'ing-lé. ad. boastfully Venison, ven'zn. s. game, the flesh of deer Veai, vèie, s. the flesh of a calf

Venum, vến'ům. s. poison Vecture, vēk'tshúre. s. carriage

Venomous, vèn'ům-ús. a. poisonous Veer, vére. v, n, to turn about

Vent, vent. s. a hole ; passage ; sale Vegetable, vêd'je-ta-bl. s. any thing that has/Vent, vếnt. v. a. to let out; to utter; to growth without sensation, as plants

publish, to sell Vegetable, véd'je-ta-bl. a. belonging to a Venter, vèn'tůr. 8. the abdomen ; womb plant

Ventiduct, vén'té-důkt. s. a passage for the Vegetate, véd’je-tåte. V. n. to grow as plants wind Vegetation, vềd-je-ta'shủn. s. the power of|Ventilate, vên'td-låte. v. a. to fan with wind growth without sensation

Ventilation, vên-td-ld'shản. . the act of fanVegecative, véd'je-ta-tiv. a. having the quality ning ; vent of growing without life

Ventilatur, vên'té-là-tår. s. an instrument to Vegete, ve-jéte'. a. vigorous, active, sprightly supply close places with fresh air Vegetive, védjd-tiv. a vegetable

Ventosity, vén-tôs'é-te. s. windiness Vebemence, vè'he-mense

Ventricle, vến'trė-k.. 8. the stomach ; any

8. violence Vehemency, vė'hé-men-sé.

small cavity in an animal body Vehement, vè'he-mént. a. violent, forcible Ventriloquist, ven tril'18-kwist. &. one who Vehicle, pe'bé-kl. 8. a carriage

speaks in such a manner as that the sound Veil, vále, v. a. to cover ; iprest

seerns to issue from bis belly Veil, våle s. a cover to conceal the face ; a Ventriloquy, vån-tril'8-kwd. s. speaking ibdisguise

wardly as írom the belly Vein, våne. 8. & tube in the flesh through|Venture, Fén'tshủre. s. a bazard; hap

which the blood fows; course of metal Venture, vêu'tsbüre, v. R. to dare ; to run tendency of the mind; favourable moment hazard humour strain ; streak

Venturous, vén'tsber-ús. a. daring

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Veracity, vê-rås'é-cê. s. moral truth Vert, vèrt. s. every thing that bears a green Very, verb. &. a part of speech signifying ex - leaf within the forest

istence, or some modification thereof as ac- Vertebral, vêr'tė-brål. a. relating to the joints tion, passion

of the spine Verbal, verb'ål. a. spoken ; oral

Vertebre, vêr'té-búr. s. a joint of the back Verbalize, vêr'bål-Ize. v. n. to use many words (Vertex, vêr'tēks. s. zenith, the point overbead; Verbally, ver bål-ė. ad, in words, orally tue top of a hill Verbatim, vér-bå'tim. ad. word for word Vertical, vêr'tė-kål. a. placed in a direction Verberate, vér'bêr-åte. v. a. to beat

perpe adicular to the horizon Verberation, ver-bér-á'shứn. s. blows, beating Verticity, vér-tis'é-té. 6. the power of turning, Verbose, vêr-bose'.a. prolix, tedious (words rotation

[giddy Verbosity, vêr-bôs'e-tè. so exuberance of Vertiginous, vér-tia'jin-ús. a. turning round Verdant, vêr'dant. a. green

Vertigo, vêr'tė-gd. s. a giddiness Verderer, vêr'dêr-úr. R. an officer in a forest Very, vér'è. a. true, real Verdict, věr'dikt. s. determination of a jury Very, vér'e. ad. in a great Jegree Verdegris, vêr'de-gréés. s. the rust of brass Vesicate, vés'se-kåte. v. a. to blister Verditure, vêr'de-tůr. s. the faintest and palestVesicatory, ve-sik'a-túr-ė. s. a blistering green

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(inflated Verdure, vêr'júre. $. green colour

Vesicle, vés'ê-kl. s. a small cuticle, filled or Verdurous, vêr'jų-rús. a. covered with green Vesper, vēs'púr. s. the evening star Verge, verje. 8. a rod; the mace of a dean; Vespers, vềs půrz, s. the evening service

the brink, the edge, the utmost border Vessel, vēs'sil. s. any thing in which liquids Verge, vêrje. V. n. to tend, to bend down are put; the containing parts of an arimal ward

(before the dear body; a ship Verjur, vêr'júr, s. he that carries the mace Vest, vést. 8. an nuter garment Verification, vér-é-fé-ká'shún. s. confirma-Vest, vést. v. a. to dress, to deck tion by argument, evidence

Vestal, ves'tál. 8. a pure virgin Verify, vêr'e-cl. v. a. to justify, to prove true Vestal, vés'tål. a. denoting pure virginity Verily, vér'e-le. ad. in truth, certainly (ly || Vestibule, sis'te-bûle, s. the porch or first enVerisimilar, vér-é-sim'è lůr. a. probably, like trance of a house

(bebind in passing Veritable, vêr'e-ta-bl. a. true

Vestige, vés'tidje. s. footstep, mark left Verity, vér’é-té. s. truth

Vestment, vēst'ment.

garment Verjuice, vêr'jús. 6. acid liquid expressed Vestry, vés'trė. s. a room appendant to the from crab-apples

church, in wbich the sacerdotal garments Vermicelli, vér-me-tshål'è. s. a paste rolled and consecrated things are reposited and broken in the form of worms

parochial assembly Vermicular, vér-mik'u-lår. a. acting like a Vesture, vés'tshüre. s. garment, robe

[work in chequer work Veteran, vết'ür-án. s. an old soldier, a man Vermiculate, vêr-mik'd-låte. v. a. to inlay, to long practised

[experienced Vermiculous, vér-mik'u-lûs. a. full of grubs Veteran, vêt'ür-ån. a. long practised, long Vermilion, vér-mil'yun. s. a beautiful red aterinary, vét'ér-é-nå-ré. a. belonging to colour

attle, particularly horses Vermin, vêr'min. 8. any noxious animal Vex, vêks. v. a. to plague, to disquiet Vermiparous, vér-mip’på-rús. a. producing | Vexation, vék-sá'sbản. s. the act of troubling ;

(some Vernacular, vér-påk'J-lár. a. native Vexatious, vék-så'shủs. a, affictive, troubleVernal, vér'nkl. a. belonging to the spring Vexaticusness, vék-sa'shůs-nês. . troubie Vernant, vêr' nånt. 2. fiourishing as in spring someness, uneasiness Versatile, vêr'aå-til. a. that may be turned ||Vial, vii. s. a small bottle round; changeable, variable

Viand, vl'únd. s. food, meat dressed Versatility, vér-så-til'é-tė. 6. the quality of Viaticum, vl-åt'é-kün. 6. provision for a being versatile

journey Verse, Térsé. s. a line consisting of a certain Vibrate, vl’bråte. v. n. to play up and down,

succession of sounds, and number of feet or to and fro; to quiver a paragrach of 2. book; poetry

Vibration, vi brá'shủn. 6. the act of moving Versification, vér-se-fé-ka'shủn. 8. the art of with quick returns making verses

Vibratory, vl'bra-túr-ė. a. vibrating continuVersifier, vår'sd--4-år. 8. a maker of verses ally

(propriated benefice Versify, vér'sė-fl. v. D. to make verses Vicar, vik'úr, 8. the incumbent of an imVersion, vår'shún. s. translation ; the act of Vicarage, vik'ür-idje. 5. the benefice of a vicar translating

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Vicarious, vl-ka'rê-ús. a. deputed, acting in Vindication, rin-de-kasbûn. 6. defence, justhe place of another

tification Vice, vise. s. the course of activn opposite to Vindicative, vỉn'Jé-ka-tiv. a. revengeful virtue ; a kind of small iron press with | Vindictive, vin-dik'tiv. a. given to revenge,

(commander of a fleet revengeful Viceadmiral, vise-ad'ıné-rål s. the secondVine, vine. s. the plant that bears the grape Viceagent, vise-a'jèat. 8. Que who acts in the Vinegar, vin'ne-går. s. any thing really or place of another

metaphorically sour

(vines Vicegerent, vise-jé'rênt. s. a lieutenant, one Vineyard, vín'yểrd. 8. a ground planted with

who is intrusted with the power of the Vinous, vinis. a. consisting of wine

superior (magistrate of the universities Vintage, vin'tidje, s. the time in which grapes Vicecancellor, vise-tshan'sél-lúr. s. the second are gathered Viceroy, vlse'rőe. 8. he who governs in place Vintner, vỉnt'nůr. 8. one who sells wine of the king with regal authority

Viol, vl'úl. s. a stringed instrument of musick Vicinity, vė-sin'é-tė. s. state of being rear ; | Violable, v'B-lå-bl. a. such as may be violated neighbourhood

[adjoining Violate, v1'3-láte. V. a. to injure; to infringe; Visinage, vis'in-ldje. s. neighbourhood, place to ravish

(jury; rape Vicinal, vis'è-nål. a. near, neighbouring

Violation, vl-8-la'shún. . infringement or in Visious, vish'ús. a. devoted to vice

Violence, vl'l-lense. e. force; outrage Vicissitude, vé-sis'é-túde. 6. regular change ;|| Violent, vio-iént, a. forcible; extorted revolution

Violently, vi'b-lent-lè. ad. with force, veheVictim, vik'tlm. 8. a sacrifice

Violet, vtd-let. 8. a flower

(mently Victor, vik'túr. 8. a conqueror

Violiu, vl-8-1?n'. s. a fiddle Victorious, vik-te're-is. a. conquering Violoncello, ve-o-lon-tshel'8. s. a stringed inVictoriously, vik-to'rė-ús-lè. ad. with con strument of musick quest, triumphantly

Viper, vl'půr. s. a serpent

(culine woman Victory, vik'tůr-ė. s. conquest

Virago, vé-rå'gd. s. a female warrior, a masVictress, vik'trés. 8. a female that conquers Virgin, vêr'jin. s. a maid Victuals, vit'tlz. s. provision of food, meat Virgin, vêr'jín. a. befitting a virgin Victual, vlt'tl. v. a. to store with provision Virginal, vér'; fn-al. a. maiden Victualler, vit'ti-úr, s. one who provides vic- Virginity, vér-j?n'é-te. s. a maidenbead tuals

Virile, vl'rlle. a. belonging to a man Videlicet, vé-dél'é-sết. ad. to wit

Virility, vl-rll’é-te. s. manhood, power of Vie, vl. v. n. to contest, to contend

procreation View, vd. v. a. to survey ; to see

Virtu, vêr-t88'. s. a taste for the elegant arts, View, vů. s. prospect ; sight , survey

and curiosities of nature Viewless, vd'lês. a. unseen (holiday Virtual, vér'tsbů-al. a. having the efficacy Vigil, vid'j.ll. 8. watch; a fast kept before a without the sensible part Vigilance, vid'jil-ânse.

Virtually, vér'tshú-al-ė. ad. in effect Vigilancy, vid’j]1-an-se. } 5. watchfulness

Virtue, vêr'tshi. s. moral goodness ; efficacy Vigilant, vid'j?i-ânt. a. watchful

Virtuoso, vér-t68-o'sd. s. a man skilled in Vignette, vin'gét. . ornamental flowers or antique or natural curiosities

figures placed by printers at the beginuing | Virtuous, vêr'tehů-ủs. a. morally good; or end of chapters

chaste; having medicinal qualities Vigorous, vig'ůr-ủs. a. forcible

Virulence, vir'ú-lense. s. mental poison, maVigour, vig úr. s. force, strength

lignity Vile, vlle. a. base, mean, sordid

Viruleni, vir' -lent. a. venomous ; malignant Vileness, vile' née. s. baseness, meanness Visage, viz'ldje. s. face, look Vilify, vil'e-ri. v. a. to debase, to defame Viscerate, vis'se-råte. v. 2. to embowel Villa, villa. . a country seat

Viscid, vis'sid. a. glutinous, tenacious Village, vil'iidje. s. a small collection of houses Viscidity, vê-sid'é-té. s. glutinousness, tenacity Villager, vfl'líd-jůr. s. an inhabitant of a vil-Viscosity, vis-kos'è-té.s. glutinousness, tenacity Villain, vil'lin. s. a wicked wretcn (lage Viscount, vlkůůrt. 8. a nobleman next in de Villanuus, vil lån-is. a. base, wicked

gree to an earl

(count Villany, vil'lan-ė. 8. wickedness, base ness Viscountess, vlkoint-es. s. the lady of a visVillous, villiús. a. shaggy, rough

Viscous, vis'kús. a. glutinous, sticky Vimineous, vé-min'é-ús. a. made of twigs Visibility, viz-e-bli’e-tė. s. the state of being Vincible, viu'se-bl. a. conquerable (vintage perceptible Vindemial, vin-de'me-al. a. belonging to a Visible, viz'd-bl. a. apparent, open Vindicate, vla'dd-kåte. v. a. to justify ; to re-Visibly, viz'd-blė. ad. in a manger perceptible Tenge

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cry Visionary, vízh'ún-a-rè. a. affected by phan-vociferous, vd-sil'ér-ús. a. clamorous, noisy toms, imaginary

Vogue, vdg. s. fashion, mode Visionary, vizh'on-å-ré. 8. one whose imagi- Voice, võis. s. sound emitted by the mouth : nation is disturbed

vote Visit, viz'it. v. a. to go to see

Void, void. a. empty, vacant Visit, viz'lt. v. n. to keep up the intercourse Void, võid, s. an empty space

of ceremonial salutations at the houses of Void, võid. v. a. to quit, to emit each other

Volant, vo'lånt. a. flying, active Visit, viz'lt. s. the act of going to see another Volatile, vol'd-til. a. flying, lively, fickle Visitant, viz'é-tant. 8. oce who goes to see Volatility, vôl-a-til'é-tė. s. the quality of flyanother

ljudicial visit ing away by evaporation ; mutability of Visitation, viz-e-tå'shủn. s. the act of visiting ; mind Visiter, viz'st-úr. 8. one who comes to see Volcano, vol-kå'nd. s. a burning mountain another

yolitation, vôl-e-tà'sbúa. 8. the act or power Visor, víz'år. A mask

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of Aying Vista, vis'tå. 8. view, prospect through an Volition, 78-17 sh'ún. e. the act of willing, Visual, vizh'd-dl. a. used in sight, exercising power of choice exerted the power of sight

Volley, vôl'le. s. a flight of shot Vital, oltål. a. necessary to life, relating to life Volubility, r31-d-bil'é-td. s. fluency of speech Vitality, vi-tål'e-te. s. power of subsisting in Voluble, t3rd-bl. a. fluent of words life

[give life Volume, völgdme. 5. something rolled or Vitally, vltål-é. ad. in such a manner as to convolved ;

a book Vitals, vt'tålz. 3. parts essential to life Voluminous, vb-id'me-nús. a consisting of Vitiate, vish'é-åte. v. &, to deprave

many voluntes Vitiation, vish-é-a'shủn. s. depravation, cor-Voluntarily, yd'in-ta-re-id. ad. spontaneously ruption

Voluntary, vol'ún-ti-re. s. a piece of musick Vitious, vísh'ús. a. corrupt, wicked

played at will Vitreous, vit'tre-ús. a. glassy

Voluntary, rol'lo tá-ré. a. acting by choice Vitrification, vit-tre-te-kå'shủn. . act or Volunteer, vởl-o-rétr'. s. a soldier who enters

changing, or state of being changed, intoll into the service of his own accord glass

Voluptuary, vd-iúp'ushd-i-re. s. a man girus Vitrify, vit'tre-fl. v. a. to change into glass

up to luxury Vitriol, vit'tré-il. s. a kind of mineral salt Voluptuous, vó-lip'tshl-is. a. luxurious Vitriolate, vit'tre-d-láte. a. impregnated with Voluptuousness, Fð- låp'ishủ ủs-nés. s. the stara vitriol

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(naana Vitriolick, vit-ré-61'ík. a. containing vitriol Vomit, vom'it. 1. a. to throw up from ther Vituline, vit'tshů-Ilne. a. belonging to a calf |Vomit, vôm'it. s. an emeteck medicine Vituperate, ve-te'pér-áte. V. a. to censure Voracious, vb-ra'shủs. R. rate agus Vivacious, vė-rå'shủs. a. sprightly, active Voraciousness, ro-rå'shús-nés. Vivacity, ve-vås'é-tè. 8. sprightliness Voracity, vb-rås'sé-te. Vivid, viv'id. a. quick, active, lively Vivification, viv-e-fe-ka'shủn. s. the act orl Vortex, vör'tēks. 8. any thing istir'ed ronal giving life

Vortical, võr'tė-kål. a. haring a whirling Vivifick, ve-vit'lk. a. giving life

mition Vivify, viv'è-fl. v. a. to make alive, to animate Votaress, vd'tå-rés. 8. a female votary Viviparous, vl-vip'på-rús. a. bringing the Votary, rü'ta-re. s. one devoted to any seryoung alive

vice, worship, or study

(ber. Vixen, vik'sn. 9. the name of a she for Vote, vote. 6. suffrage, voice given and nun Vizard, vfz'ůrd. s. a mask used for disguise Vote, vote. v. a. to chuose by vote Vizier, viz'gère, s. the prime minister of the voter, vd'túr. s. one who has a right to vote Turkish empire

Votive, vd'tlv, a given by vow Vocabulary, v)-kábP3-la-ré. 6. a dictionary, a Vouch, võitsh. v. a. to attest, to warrant word-book

Voucher, vååtsk'üt. s. one wbo gives witného Vocal, vokál. a. having a voice

to any thing Vocalise, vokal-ize. v. a. to make vocal Vouchsafe, védtsh-sảfe'. v. a. to grant Vocally, vokal-le. ad, in words

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Wake, wake. 9. feast of the dedication of a Vulgar, vůlgúr. s. the common people church, formerly kept by watching all Vulgarity, sůl-gåré-tė. B. meanness, state of night; vigils

the lowest people (only by the vulgar Wakefui, wáke'fil. a. vigilant (sleep Vulgarism, vůl'gå-rîzm. 8. an expression used Wakefulness, wake'tål-nềs. 8. forbearance of Vulgate, vůl'gåt. s. a Latin version of the Bi-Waken, wa'kn. v. n. to wake ble

(injuries Wale, wảle. 8. a rising part in cloth Vulnerable, vůlnúr-a-11. a. liable to external Walk, wảwk. v. n. to move by leisurely eteps, Vulnerary, vůl'núr-å-ré. a. useful in the cure to move for exercise or amusement of wounds

Walk, wăwk. 6. act of walking ; gait; way, Vulpine, vủl'pin. a. belonging to a fox

road Vulture, vùi'tshúre. 8. a large bird of prey Walker, wảwk'ûr. s. one that walks Vulturine, vůl'tshú-rine. a. belonging to a Wall, wåll. s. a series of brick or stone can vulture

ried upwards and cemented with mortar Wall, wåll. v. a. to enciose with walls Wallet, wol'llt. s. a bag, a knapsack Walleyed, wall'lde. a. having white eyes

Wallfruit, wållsfrößt. s. fruit which, to be riWABBLE, wôb'bl. v. 2. to shake, to moveli pened, must be planted against a wall from side to side

(together Wallop, wol'lớp. v. n. to boil Wad, wód. s. a bundle of straw thrust close Wallow, w8110. v. n. to roll i mire Wadding, wod'ding. š. a kind of soft stuff Walnut, wål’nût. 5. a large nut loosely woven

[from side to side Wamble, wômbi. v. n. to roll with nausea Waddle, wôd'al. v. n. to shake in walking and sickness Wade, wảde. V. n. to walk through the wa-Wan, wồn. a. pale as with sickness

(to close letters Wand, wånd. s. a small twig, a long rod W fer, wà'fúr. s. a thin cake ; paste made Wander, wôn'dúr. v. 0. to rove, to ramble Waft, wåft. v. a. to carry through the air, or Wanderer, wou'důr-úr. s. rover on the water

Wane, wåne. v. n. to grow less Waftage, wärt'luje. s. carriage by water or airwane, wảne. 8. decrease ; decline Waiture, wäftshåre. s. the act of waving Wanness, wộn'nès. s. paleness Wag, wig. v. a. to move or shake lightly Want, wont. v. a. to be without; to fall short Wag, wig. s. a merry droll (carry on of; to long for Wage, wadje. v. a. to attempt; to make, to Want, wont. &. need; deficiency ; poverty Wager, wa'jir. s. a bet

(bet Wauton, won'tûn. a. lascivious; licentious Wager, wa'júr. v. a. to lay to pledge as a Wanton, won'tỉn. 8. a lascivious person, a Wares, wa'jęz. s. pay given for service strumpet Waggery, wag úr-d. 8. mischievous merriment Wanton, won'tůn. T. n. to play lasciviously; Wegzish, wåg'isb. a. frolicksome

to revel Waggishiness, wag'ish-nés. s. merry mischief ||Wantonly, won'tủn-kd. ad. lasciviously Waggon, wag'ún. 8. a heavy carriage for Wantonness, won'tůn-nês. s. lasciviousness , burdens

(waggon licentiousness Waggouer wig'ún-ửr. 8. one who drives al War, wår. s. hostility, act of opposition Wail, wåse. s. goods found, and claimed by War, wår. v. n. to make war nobody

Warble, wår'bl. v. a. to quaver Wail, wale. v. a. to moan, to lament Warbler, wår'bl-úr. s. a singer Warl, wale. y. D. to express sorrow

Ward, wård. v. a. to vard; to turn aside Wail, wale. 6. ardible surrow

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any thing mischievous Wailiug, wả'ling. s. lamentation, audible sor- Ward, wård. 5. fortress; district of a town; Wailful, wale füll. a. sorrowful, mournful oustouy ; part of a lock; one in the hands Wain, wåne. s. a carriage

of a guardian Wainscot, wen’skút. s. the inner wooden (Warden, wår'dn. 8. a keeper ; a head officer covering of a well

Warder, wkrd'úr. s. a keeper. Waist, waste. s. the smallest part of the body Wardmote, wård’mdte. s. a ward meetiug Waistcoat, wés'kôt. & a garment wora aboutWardrobe, wård'robe. B. a room where clothes the waist Lattend are kept

(lage Wait, wåte. V. a. to expect, to stay for ; to Wardship, wård’ehip. s. guardianship; pupiWait, wåte. . ambush

Ware, wåre. $. something to be sold . Waiter, wà'túr. 8. an attendant (excite Warehouse, wåre'håůse. 8. a storehouse of Wake, wake. v. a to rouse from sleep ; toll merchandise

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