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" To break from, to dis! engage from; to depart abruptly, or with vehemence. To break in, to enter by force; to enter unexpectedly; to intrude. To break loose, to get free by force; to escape from confinement by violence; to shake off restraint To break... "
Popular and Complete English Dictionary: Exhibiting the Pronunciation ... - Page 164
by John Boag - 1848 - 1497 pages
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A Complete Dictionary of the English Language, Both with Regard to ..., Volume 1

Thomas Sheridan - English language - 1790
...enter unexpeftedly ; To break loofe, to efcape from captivity ; To break off, to defift fuddenly ; To break off from, to part from with violence ; To break out, to difcover itfelf in fudden effeils ; To break out, to have eruptions from the body; To break out, to...
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A Vocabulary of Such Words in the English Language as are of Dubious Or ...

English language - 1797 - 181 pages
...enter unexpeftedly ; to treak loofe, to efcape from captivity ; to break off, to de.fi fl fuddenly ; to break off from to part from with violence ; to break out, to difcover itfelf in fudden effefts ; to break out, to have eruptions from the body to break out, to...
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A critical pronouncing dictionary

John Walker - 1824
...Break in, to enter unexpectedly. — To Break loose, to escape from captivity. — Ч'о Break jff, to desist suddenly. — To Break off from, to part from with violence. —To Break out, to discover itself in sudden effects — To Break out, to have eruptions from the body. — To Break out,...
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A Dictionary of the English Language, Volume 1

Samuel Johnson - English language - 1828 - 1369 pages
...vehemence ; to fall out. To break loo$e, To escape from captivity ; to shake nil restraint. To break "]!. To desist suddenly. To break off from, To part from with violence. To break out, To discover itself iu sudden effects ; to have eruptions from the body ; to become dissolute. To break...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Expositor of the English Language

John Walker - 1830
...vehemence; to break in, to enter unexpectedly; to break loose, to escape from captivity; to break off, to desist suddenly ; To break off from, to part from with violence; To break out, to discover itself in sudden effects ; To break out, to have eruptions from the body ; To break out, to...
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Walker's Pronouncing Dictionary ... of the English Language ...

John Walker - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1831 - 592 pages
...break In, to enter unexpectedly ; 'Yti break loose, t<> escape from capti\ ily ; To break off, todesist suddenly ; To break off from, to part from with violence; To break out, to discover itself in sudden effects ; To break out, to liaveeruptions from the body : To break out, to...
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An American Dictionary of the English Language: Exhibiting the Origin ...

Noah Webster - English language - 1834 - 1011 pages
...itself or dissipate, as fog or clouds. — To break forth, to issue out. — To break from, to disengage from ; to depart abruptly, or with vehemence. —...force; to enter unexpectedly ; to intrude. — To break .'.'••• to get free by force ; to escape from confinement by violence ; to shako off restraint....
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An American Dictionary of the English Language: Exhibiting the Origin ...

Noah Webster - English language - 1844 - 1079 pages
...itself or dissipate, as fog or clouds. — To break forth, to issue out. — To break from, todisengage from ; to depart abruptly, or with vehemence. —...from, to part from with violence. — To break out. 1. To issue forth : to discover itself by its effects, to Arise or spring up. 2. To appear in eruptions,...
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An American Dictionary of the English Language: Exhibiting the Origin ...

Noah Webster - English language - 1846 - 1079 pages
...itself or dissipate, as fog or clouds. — To break forth, to issue out. — To break from, to disengage from ; to depart abruptly, or with vehemence.— To...enter by force; to enter unexpectedly; to intrude. — TV break loose, to get free by force ; to escape from confinement by violence ; to shake off restraint.—...
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An American Dictionary of the English Language: Exhibiting the Origin ...

Noah Webster - English language - 1846 - 1079 pages
...dissipate, as log or rkiurfa. — To break forth, to issue out. — To break from, to disengage fn-ni ; t* depart abruptly, or with vehemence.— To break in,...enter by force; to enter unexpectedly; to Intrude. — 7> break loose, to get free by force ; to escape from confinement by violence ; to shake off restraint....
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