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Absorpt, åb-sørpt'. part. swallowed up

Academist,

( a-kåd'de-mist, or Absorption, ab-sorp'shủn. s. a swallowing up

aka-dem-Ist.

s, the memAbstain, åb-ståne'. v. n. to deny one's self ber of an academy any gratification

å-kad'dê-mė, or

Academy, Abstemious, åb-stė'mé-ìs. a. temperate

Äk'a-dêm-é.

8. a school Abstemicusly, ah-stè'mé-ůs-lè. ad. soberly, of liberal arts and sciences without indulgence

Acanthus, a-kän'thủs. s, the herb bear'sfoot Abstemiousness, ab-stė'mě-ús-nès. s. the quali-| Acatalectic, â-kåt-a-1&k'tsk. s. a verse which ty of being abstemious

[ing has the complete number of syllables Absterge, ab-stërje'. v. a. to cleanse by wip-|Accede, åk-sède'. v. n. to be added to Abstergent, åb-ster'jếnt. a. cleansing Accelerate, åk' sêl-lůr-åte. v. a. to hasten, Absterse, áb-stếrse'. v. a. to purify

quicken Abstersion, åb-stêr'shủn. 3. the act of cleans- | Acceleration, ák-sel-lår-a'shủn. s. the act of ing

[quality of cleap-ing quickening motion Abstersive, åb-stêr'siv. a. that which has the Accend, åk-sênd'. v. a. to kindle Abstinence, åb'sté-nềnse. s. forbearance Accension, åk-sen'shỏn. s. the act of kindling Abstinent, 'ab'stė-nềnt. a. that uses absti- || Accent, åk'sént. s. the manner of pronounc

ing Abstract, åb-stråkt'. V. a. to separate ideas,|| Accent, åk-sent'. v. a. to pronounce words to reduce to an epitome

with due attention to the grammatical Abstract, ab'strakt. a. separated from

marks, to note the accents Abstract, åb'stråkt. s. a smaller quantity con-|| Accentual, åk-sển'tshủ-ål. a. relating to ac

taining the power of a greater Abstracted, ab-stråk'têd. p. a. separated Accentuate, ák-sen'tsbå-åte. v. 2. to place the Abstractedly, åb-stråk'těū-le. ad. separately accent properly

from all contingent circumstances Accentuation, ak-sen-tahd d'shan. s. the act of Abstraction, åb-stråk'skůn, s. the state of being placing the accent abstracted

Accept, åk-sépt. v. a. to tako, meira Abstractive, Ab-stråk'tiv. a. having the pow-|| Acceptability, åk-sep-ta-bfr'ld-td. e. the qualse

er or quality of abstracting (manner ty of being acceptable Abstractly, áb-stråkt'lė. ad. in an abstract Acceptable, åk'sép-ta-bl. a. gratefui, pleasing Abstruse, åb-strůse'. a. hidden, difficult Acceptableness, åk'sép-tå-bl-nés. s. the quali Abstrusely, áb-strúse'lė. ad. obscurely

ty of being acceptable Abstruseness, ab-etruse'nès. s. difficulty Acceptably, ak'sép-ta-blè. ad. in an accepta . Abstrusity, áb-struse-tè. s. abstruseness

ble manner Absume, áb-süme'. v. a. to waste

Accepta ace, ák-s&p'tanse. 8. reception with Absurd, åb-súrd'. a. contrary to reason approbation Absurdity, åb-sür'de-tè. s. inconsistency Acceptation, åk-sép-tá'shản. s. reception, the Absurdly, ab-súrd'le, ad. unreasonably meaning of a wurd

(of a word Absurdness, ib-sůrd' nês. s. impropriety Acception, åk-sêp'shủn. s. the received sense Abundance, å-Lủn'då nse, 8. plenty

Access, åk-ses'. s. the way by which any Abundant, å-bůn'dant. a. plentiful

thing may be approached, addition Abundantly, a-bûn'dånt-lè. ad. in plenty Accessary, åk’sés-ei-rè. s. one who contributes Abuse, a-bize'. v. a. to deceive, treat rudely, to a crime make an ill use of

Accessary, åk'sés-så-ré. a.joined to additional Abuse, à-base'. s. ill use, reproach

Accessible, ák-sés'sé bl. 2. approachable Abuser, a-bů zúr. 8. one who abuses

Accession, åk-sêshûn. s. increase, the act of Abusive, &-busiv. a. practising abuse

coming to, or joining une's self to Abusively, a-td'siv-lé. ad. improperly Accessory, åk'sés-sd-ré. a. additional Abyss, -bis'. s. a depth without bottom Accidence, ak'sé-dense. s. the book containAcacia, a-ka'slé-a. s. a drug

ing the first rudiments of grammar Academial, ik-a-de' me-al. a relating to an Accident, åk'sé-dént. z. casualty, chance academy

Accidental, ak sè-dên'tål. a. casual Academian, ak-a-de'md-án. 8. a scholar Accidentally, åk-sé-déo'tal lé. ad. casually Academical, ik-i-dém'mė-kål. a. belonging Accidentaloess, åk-sê-Jéo'tål-nés. s. the qualito a university

ty of being accidental Academic, åk-à-dém'-Ik. s. a student of a uni-| Accipient, åk-sip'pé-ént. 8. a receiver versity

[versity! Accite, ik-site'. v. a to call, summon Acadeinir, ák-a-dém'lk. a. relating to a uni-|| Acclaim, åk-klåme'. .. a shout of praise, aan Academician, ák-a-de-nish'an. s. the memler claration of an academy

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Acclivity, âk-klie've-tė. s. steepness Accumulation, åk-kd-and-lå'shún. s. the act of
Acclivous, åk-kilvủs. a. rising with a slope · accumulating
Accloy, åk-klge'. v. a. to fill to satiety Accumulative, ak-kůmd-là-tv. a. that which
Accoil, åk-köfl'. v. n. to crowd, bustle

accumulates

[accumulates Accolent, åk'ko-lént. s. a borderer

Accumulator, ák-kůmu-lå-tůr. s. one who Accommodable, kk-kôr'mo-da-bl. a. that||Accuracy, ak’kd-rå-bė. 8. exactness, nicety which may be fitted

Accurate, åkskå-råte. a. very exact Accommodate, åk-kôm'md-dåte. V. a. to sup-|| Accurately, åk'kıl-ráte-lé. ad. exactly ply with conveniences

Accurateness, åk'ku-råte-ner. 8. exactness
Accommodate, åk-kôm'md-dåte. a. suitable, fitAccurse, åk-kürse'. v. a. to doom to misery
Accommodately, åk-kôm'md-dáte-lé. a. suit-|| Accursed, åk-kůr'sėd. p. a. execrable
ably, fitly

Accusable, åk-kuza-bl. a. blameahle Accommodation, ák-kôm'mb-dÅ'shủn. s. pro-|| Accusation, åk-kd-zá'shủn. s. the act of acvision of conveniences

cusing Accompanable, åk-kům'på-na-bl. a. sociable Accusative, ák-kuza-tiv. a. the fourth case Accompanier, åk-kům'pă-ne-úr. s. companion Accusatory, åk-kųza-td-rè. a. that which conAccompany, åk-kům'pa-né. v. a. to go or be tains an accusation with another

Accuse, åk-kúze'. v a. to blame Accomplice, åk-kôm'plís. 8. an associate Accuser, kk-ku'zúr. s.

one who brings & Accoinplish, åk-kóm'plish. v. a. to complete, charge against another

[inure execute fully

Accustom, ak-kús'tům. v. a. to habituate, to Accomplished, åk-kóm'plish-êd. p.a. complete Accustomable, åk-kús'tím-mä-bl. a. done by Accomplisher, åk-kôm'plish-úr.

long custom that accomplishes

Accustomably, ák-kis'tům-å-blé: ad. accord. Accomplishment, åk-kõin'plish-mênt. s. con ing to custom pletion, perfection.

Accustomarily, ák-kůs'tům-a-ré-lé. ad. in a Accompt, ák-kôůnt'. s. a reckoning

customary manner
Accomptant, åk-kšůn'tânt. s. a reckoner Accustomary, åk-kús'tîmå-rè. a. usually prac-
Accord, åk-kôrd'. v. n. to agree

tised
Accord, åk-kord'. s. a compact, agreement Accustomed, ák-kůs'tům-ed. a. usual
Accordance, åk-kår'dânse. s. conformity Ace, åse. s. a unit, a sicgle point
Accordant, åk-kör’dânt. a. willing Cably to Acerbity, a-sêr'be-té. s. sharpness
According-to, åk-kor’ding-t38. prep. agree-|| Acervate, å-sèr' våte. v. a. tu heap up
According, åk-kôr'ding. p. a. suitable to Acervation, ås-ér-vá'shủn. s. heaping together
Accordingly, åk-kêr'ding-lè, ad. agreeably,|Acescent, å-sểs'sểnt. a. that which has a ten-
suitably, conformably

dency to sourness

lit Accost, åk-kost'. v, a. to address, to salute Acetose, åb-e-tose'. a. that which has acids in Accostable, åk-kös'ta-bl. a. familiar Acetosity, as-e-tős'ul-tė. s. being acetose Account, åk-kðint'. 8. a computation of debts, Acetous, 4-se'tủs. a. sour or expenses, explanation

Ache, åke. s. a continued pain Account, åk-kdůnt'. v. a. to esteem, compute, Ache, åke. v. n. to be in pain give an account

Achieve, åt-tshéve'. v. a. to perform, finish Accountable, ák-kõůn'tå-bl. 2. subject to an Achiever, åt-tshe'vůr. s. one who' performs account, answerable

Achievement, åt-tshéve'mếnt. s. the perforin-
Accountant, åk-kšůn'tant. a. accountable to ance of an action
Accountant, åk-koûn'tånt. s. a man skilled in Achor, &'kår. s. a species of the herpes
accounts

(taining accounts | Acid, as'sfd. a. sour, sharp
Account-book, ák-köint'b88k. s. a book con-|| Acidity, a-sid'de-tê. s. sourness (ac:
Accouple, åk-kúp'pl. v. a. to join

Acidness, as'sid-nes. B. the quality of being
Accoutre, åk-k83'tür. v. a. to equip

Acidulæ, a-sid'dú-lè. . medicinal springs
Accoutrement, åk-k88'tůr-ment. s. dress Acidulate, a-sid'dd-låte. 9. a. to tinge with
Accredited, åk-kréd'it-éd. a. of allowed repu acids in a slight degree
tation, confidential

Acknowledge, ak-nõi'lêdj. v. a. to own the
Accretion, åk-kré'shủn. s. the act of growing knowledge of, confess, own
tu another

Acknowledging, åk-nor'lêdj-ing. a re grateful
Accretive, åk-kré'tiv. a. growing Acknowledgment, åk-nålledj-mên. s. con-
Accroach, ak-krdtsh'. v. a to draw to one as cession of the the truth, confession
with a hook

(mulate Acme, åk'mė. s. the height of any thing Accrue, ák-kr38'. v. n. to be added to, accu-| Aconite, ak'kd-nite. 8. the herb woll's-bane Accumulate, åk-ky-mu-låte. v. a. to pile up.|| Acorn, á'kårn. 4. the seed or fruit burn by heap together

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Acoustics, a-kol'stiks. S. the doctrine of|| Actionable, ak' shủn-a-bl. a. that admits an

sounds, medicines to help the hearing action in law, punishable Acquaint, ak-kwảnt'. v. a. to inform Active, ak' tiv. a. busy, nimble, agile, quick Acquaintance, åk-kwản-tånse. s. familiarity,|| Actively, ak' tiv-lè. ad. busily, nimbly kaowledge

(known Activeness, ak' tiv-Dess. s. quickness, nimAcquainted, ak-kwan'têd. a. familiar weil bleness Acquest, åt-kwest'. s. acquisition

Activity, ik-tir' -tė. 8. the quality of being Acquiesce, åk-kwé-és'. v. n. to rest in, or remain satisfied

Actor, ak' tůr. s. he that performs any thing; Acquiesence, Åk-kwé-és’ense. s. a. silent ap a stage-player pearance of content satisfaction.

Actress, ak' tress. s. a woman that plays on Acquirable, ka-k wi'rå-bl. a. attainable Acquire, åk-kwire'. v. a. to gain

Actual, ak' tshú-ål. a. really in act Acquired, ak-kwi red. particip. a. gained Actuality, ák-tshů-ai' le-te. s. the state of Acquirer, åk-kwlrúr. s. the person who ac

being actual quires

Actually, åk' tshu-ål-1d. ad. in act, in effect, Acquirement, åk-kwire' mếnt. s. that which

really is acquired

Actualness, ák' tshủ-al-ness. s. the quality of Acquisition, ák-kwé-z ish' shỉn. s. the act of

being actual acquiring; the thing gained

Actuary, ax' tshd-à-ré. s. a register or officer Acquisitive, ak-kwiz' ze-tív, a. that is ac of a court quired

Actuate, åk' tsh1-åte. v. 2. to put into action Acquist, åk-kwist'. s. acquirement, attain-| Actuose, åk-tú-Ose'. a. having the power of ment

action Acquit, åk-kwit'. 7. a. to set free; to clear,||Acuate, åk 1-åte. v. a. to sharpen to absolve

Aculeate, A-ků lé-åte. a. prickly, terminat. Acquitment, ák-kwit' ment. 8. the state of ing in a sharp point being acquitted

Acumen, å-ků mén. s. a sharp point; figura Acquittal, åk-kwit' tål. s. deliverance from

tively, quickness of intellect an offence

Acuminated, a-ků mé-nå-têd. p. 2. ending in Acquittance, åk-kwit' tảnse. v. a. to procure a point an acquittance

Acute, a-kite'. a. sharp, ingenious, keen Acquittance, åk-kwit

' tårse. s. the act of dis- || Acutely, a-küte' ld. ad. after an acute mancharging from a debt

ner, sharply Acre, á' kúr. s. a quantity of land, contain-|| Acuteness, a-küte' ness. 8. sharpness ; force

ing in length 40 perches, and 4 in breadth, or of intellect 4840 square yards

Adacted, å-dak' têd. part. a. driven by force Acrid, al' krid. a. of a hot biting taste Adage, ad' dje. s. a maxiin, a proverb Acrimonious, ák-kré-md né-is. a. sbarp, Adagio, å-dá jé-d. s. a term used by musicorrosive

cians to mark a slow time Acrimony, ák' kré-md-mè. s. sharpness, se-Adamant, ad' á-mânt. s. the diamond; the verity

[biting heat loadstone Acritude, ak kré-tdde. s. an acrid taste, a | Adamantean, ád-a-unân-te' an. a. bard as ada Acroamatical, ák' krd-a-mať te-kål. a. of or pertaining to deep learning

Adamantine, ad-a-man' tln. a. made of or Acrospire, åk' krd-spire. B. a sprout from the like adamant end of seeds

Adam's-apple, åd' ámz-åp' pl. 8. a prominent Across, å-krðss'. ad. athwart, laid over some

part of the throat thing

Adapt, a-dâpt'. v. a. to fit, to suit, to propor Acrostick, á-kr&es' tfk. s. a poem in which tion

the first letter of every line being taken, Adaptation, åd-åp-ta' shån. makes up the pame of a person or thing

8. the act of

Adaption, à-dåpshủn., Act, äkt. V. n. to be in action, not to rest fitting Act, åkt. v. a. to perform a borrowed charac-|| Add, åd. v. a. to join something to that which

ter; to produce effects in some passive sub was before ject

(decree Addecimate, ad-dés' sê-måte. 1. a. to take of Act, åkt. s. a deed, exploit; part of a play: ascertain tithes Action, ik shine s. an act or thing done; a Addeem, åd-dédın'. v, a to esteem, to ac

deed; operation; gesticulation, the accordance of the motions of the body with the Adder, ad' důr. 6. a serpent, a poisonous rep words spokew; a term in law

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' lè-td. s. the possibility|| Adit, ad'it. s. a passage under ground of being added

Adition, ad-Ish'shún. s. the act of going to Addible, ad' de-bl. a. possible to be added another

(close to another thing Addice, ad' dis s. a kind of ax

Aajacency, ad-já’sén-sė. s. the state of lying Addict, ad-dikt'. v. a. to devote, to dedicateAdjacent, ad-já sént. a. lying close, borderAddictedness, ad-dik' têd-néss. 6. the state of ing upon

(another being addicted

Adjacent, ad-ja'sếnt. s. that which lies next A.]diction, åd-dik'ehủn. så the state of being Adject, ad-jékt'. v. a. to add to: to put to devoted

Adjection, fid-jék'shún. s. the act of adjectAdditament, åd-dit'k-mênt. s. addition, the ing, or adding; the thing adúed (in thing added

Adjectitious, ad-jék-tislı'ús. a. added, throwa Addition, åd-dish'shản. s. the act of adding :|| Adjective, ad'jék-tiv s a word added to a an arithmetical rule; thing added

noun, to signify its quality (jective Additional, ad-dish'shủn-ål. a. that is addedAdjectively, ad’jék-tiv-lé. ad. like an ad Additory, ad'dė-to-ré. a. that which has the Adjoin, åd-join'. v. a. to join to, to unite to power of adding

Adjoin, ad-jóin'. v. n. to be be contiguous to Addle, ad'dl. a. barren, that produces no-Adjourn, ád-júrn'. v. a. to put off to another thing

day

(till another day Addle-pated, ad'dl-på-têd. a. having barred Adjournment, ad-jůrn'ment. s. a putting of brains

Adjudge, ád-júdje'. v. a. to give ; to decree Address, ad-dréss'. v. a. to prepare to enter|| Adjudication, Ad-jú-de-ka'shủn. s. the act of

upon any action, to apply to another by granting something to a litigant words

Adjudicate, ad-ju'dé-kåte. V. a. tu adjuage Address, ád-dress'. s. verbal application ;|| Adjugate, ad’ji-gåte. v. a. to yoke to

courtship; skill, dexterity; manner of di- Adjument, ad'ju-ment. 8. help recting a letter

[dresses Adjunct, ad'júnkt. s. something adherent of Addresser, ad-drés'sûr. . the person that ad united to another Adduce, ad-dủse'. v. a to bring something Adjunction, ád-júnk'shủn. 6. the act of adforward in addition

joining; the thing adioined Adducent, åd-du'sênt. a. a word applied to Adjunctive, ad-jủnk'tiv. s. he that' joins ;

those muscles that draw together the parts that which is joined of the body

Adjuration, au--rá'shỉn. 6. the act of proAddulce, ad-dilse'. v. a. to sweeten

posing an oath to another; the form of oath Ademption, a-vềm'shủn. s. privation

proposed Adept, á-dept'. s. one skilled in all the secrets | Adjure, ad-jůre'. v. a. to impose an oath of his art

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upon another, frescribing the form Adequate, åd'é-kwåte. a.

equal to, proportion-|| Adjust, åd-jủst'. v. a.' to regulate, to put in Adequately, åd'é-kwåte-lé. ad. with exact order ness of proportion

Adjustment, id-jủst'mếnt. s. regulation, the Adequateness, ad'é-kwåte-ness. 8. the state act of putting in method

of being adequate, exactness of proportion||Adjutancy, ad’jd-tån-sé. s. the military ofAdhere, ad-here'. v. n. to stick to; to re fice of an adjutant

main firmly fixed to a party or opinion Adjutant, ad'jó-tânt. s. a petty officer, whose Adherence, ád-he'rinse. 8. attachment, steadi duty is to assist the major, by distributing

pay, and overseeing punishment Adherent, ad-he'rênt. a. sticking to; united Adjute, ad-jdte', v. 2. to help, to concur

Adjutor, ad-jů'tửr. s. a belper Adherent, ad-he’rent. s. a follower, a parti-|| Adjutory, ad'jů-tir-ré. a. that which helps

Adjavant, ad'jd-rânt. a. helpful, useful Adherer, ad-he'růr. s. he that adheres Adjuvate, ad'jú-våte. v. a. to help, to fire Adhesion, åd-hé zhủn. s. the act or state of ther sticking to something

Admeasurement, ad-mézh'úre-ment. 8. a meaAdhesive, ad-he'siv. 3. sticking, tenacious suring according to rule Adhibit, ad-btb'bit, v. a. to apply, to make | Admensuration, d-inên-shì-rd'ehủn, A the

[use act of measuring to each his part .A dhibition, ád-he-bish'shủn. 8. application, Adminicle, ad-min'e-kl. s. help, support Adiapherus, a-de-ar'id-ros. a. nentral Adminicular, ad-mné-nik'u-lår. a. that gives A diapliory, ' 4-de-afto-rd. a neutrality, in help

[to supply, to performa diference

Administer, ad-min'ns-tör. v. a. to gire, Adieu, à-du'. ad. farewell

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Administration, ad'min-nis-tra'shún. s. the|| Admore, ad-móðve'. v. a. to bring one thing

act of administering; the active or exec: to another
tive part of government; those to whom Ado, å-d68'. s. trouble, difficulty; buatle

the care of public affairs is comunitted Adolescence, ad-d-les'sense. Administrative, id-min' nis-trå-tiv. a. that Adolescency, ad-o-lès'sen-se. which administers

succeeding childhood, and succeeded by Administrator, ad'min-nis-trå'túr. s. he that puberty

manages the affairs of a man dying intes- | Adopt, å-dopt'. v. a. to take a son by choice

tate; he that conducts the government who is not so by birth; to place any person Administratrix, admin-nis-tråtriks. 8. she or thing in a near relation to something

who administers in consequence of a will Administraturship, åd’min-nis-trá'túr-shỉp. s. Adoptedly, à-dôp'têd-lè. ad. after the manner the office of an administrator

of something adopted Admirable, ad'me-rå-bl. a. to be admired, or Adopter, å-dop'tůr, s. he that gives some one power to excite wonder

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Adoption, a-dőpʻshủn. s. the act of adopting; Admirability, ad'mé-ra-bil'ld-té

the state of being adopted

led quality or state of being admirable Adorable, à-dd'rå-bl. a. that ought to be adorAdmirably, ad'me-ra-blé, ad. in an admira-! Adorableness, a-dd'rå-bl-ness. S. worthiness ble manner

of divine honours Admiral, åd’mé-rál. 8. an officer or magis | Adorably, å-dd'rå-blè. ad. in a manner wor

trate who has the government of the king's thy of adoration

navy; the chief commander of a fleet Adoration, åd--rå'shồn. s. homage paid to Admiraiship, ad'me-rål-ship. s. the office of the divinity, or to persons in high place or admiral

(homage Admiralty, ad'me-rål-te. s.

the power, or Adore, å-ddre'. v. a. to worship with external officers, appointed for the administration of Adorer, à-d8'růr. s. he that adores; a wornaval affairs

shipper Admiration, ad-mè-rå'shủn. s. wonder, the Adorn, à-dorn'. v. a. to dress, deck, set out act of admiring

Adornment, à-dorn'ment. s. ornament, em. Admire, ad-mire'. v. a. to regard with won hellishment der, or with love

Adown, å-ddin . ad. down, on the ground Adinirer, åd. mi'rår. 8. one who regards with Adown, å-jdůn'. prep. down, towards the admiration; a lover

ground Admiringis, ád-ml'ring-lè. a::. with admira-|| Adread, å-dred'. ad. in a state of fear tion

(admitted | Adrift, &-drift'. ad. floating at random Admissible, ad-mis'se-bl. a. that may be Adroit, &-droit'. a. active, skilful Admission, ad-mish'shủn. s. the state of being Adroitaess, å-drðit'nlss. s. dexterity, ao

admitted; admittance, the power of enter tivity lag

Adry, a-drl'. a. athirst, thirsty Admit, åd-mit'. v. a. to suffer to enter ; to Adscititious, ad-sé-tish'ús. a. taken in to comallow an argument or position

(mitted plete something else Admittable, ad-mit'ti-bl. a. that may be ad-Adstriction, åd-strik'shủn. 8. the act of bindAdmittance, ad-mit'tanse. s. the act of adinit ing together

(compliment ting, permission to emer

Adulation, åd-jj- 14'shủn. s. Aattery, high Adrix, ad-miks'. v. a. to mingle

Adulator, åd-ju-la'túr, s. a Aatterer Admixtion, åd-miles'tshủn. s. the union of one Adulatory, âd-já-ld'tar-ré. a. Alattering body with another

Adult, å dålt'. a. grown up, past the age of Admixture, åd-miks'tshåre. s.the body mingled infancy with another

Adult, -důlt'. s. a person above the age of Admonish, ad-mon'nish. v. a. to warn, to re infancy, or grown to some degree of prove gently

strength Admonisher, ád-inôn'nisb-úr. s. one who ad-Adultness, a-důlt'aéss. s. the state of being monishes

adult Admonishment, ad-mon'nish-mênt.

Adulter, å-d31'tảr. v. a. to commit adultery Admonition, ad-md-nish-ản.

8. the

with another bint of a fault or duty, counsel, gentle re-|| Adulterant, å-důl'tûr-ånt. s. the person or proof

(adviser thing which adulterates Admonitivner, åd-md-nlsh'ản-úr. s. a general||Adulterate, i-důl’tir-åte. v. a. to commit Admonitory, ád-min'nd-tår-ré. a. that which adultery; to corrupt by some foreign adadmonisbes

mixture

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