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" Heart, the muscle which, by its contraction and dilatation, propels the blood through the body and is therefore considered as the source of vital motion, core. "
Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages - Page 217
by Henry Neuman - 1842
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A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from ...

Samuel Johnson - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1812 - 766 pages
...conveyed to the grave. a A temporary monument act over a grave. ShaJcetptart. HEART, *. [heart. Sax.] i The muscle which, by its contraction and dilatation, propels the blood through thecoune of circulation, and is therefore considered as the source of vital motion. 5 The chief pan;...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...

John Walker - English language - 1823 - 468 pages
...listener Hearsay, here'si. t. report, rumour HcarseJ herse. t. a carriage for the dead Heart, hlrt. ... the muscle which by its contraction and dilatation propels the blood through the course of circulation, and is therefore considered as the source of vital motioq ; the inner part of...
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Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary: And Expositor of the English ...

John Walker - English language - 1826 - 468 pages
...listener. Hearsay, here'si. s. report, rumour. Hearse, h£rse. jr. a carriage for the dead. Heart, hart. s. the muscle which by its contraction and dilatation propels the blood through the course of circulation, and is therefore considered as the source of vital motion ; the inner part of...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volume 11

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...decked, Will in green age her heane expect. Marvell. HEART, я. i. Sax. beont; Swed. haerd; Teut. hertz. The muscle which by its contraction and dilatation propels the blood through the course of circulation, and is therefore considered as the source of vital motion. It is supposed in...
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School Dictionary, Or Entick's English Dictionary Abridged

Sir Richard Phillips - 1831
...attend, pay regard Hearsay (hear'-say), n. report, rumour Hearse, n. a carriage for the dead Heart, n. the muscle which, by its contraction and dilatation, propels the blood through the course of circulation; the inner part, Hearth, n. a place on which a fire is made [courage Hearty (heart'-y),...
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The Field Book: Or, Sports and Pastimes of the United Kingdom; Comp. from ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Amusements - 1833 - 616 pages
...good condition. HEARING, ,t. The sense by which sounds are perceived ; reach of the ear. HEART, 8. The muscle which by its contraction and dilatation propels the blood through the course of circulation, and is therefore considered as the source of vital motion. It is situated in...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary: And Expositor of the English Language...

John Walker - 1834
...which the dead are conveyed to the grave ; a temporary monument set over a grave. HEART, hart, *. 243. The muscle which by its contraction and dilatation propels the blood through the course of circulation, and is therefore considered as the source of vital motion ; the chief jmrt,...
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Neumann and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English ..., Volume 1

Henry Neumann, Giuseppe Baretti - English language - 1839
...mettle or courage, [cassee of the hearts of animals C'oRAZ?<ADA, sf. I. Pith of a pina-tree. 2. Fri blood through the body, and is therefore considered...centre of any thing. 5. Pith of a tree. 6 Corazon de tm cabo, (Naut.) Heart-strand. Uevar 6 tener el coraz6n en las manos, To be sincere and candid....
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Cobb's Abridgment of J. Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and ...

John Walker - English language - 1841 - 428 pages
...carriage in which the dead are conveyed to the Hear ses, hèr' slz, s. plu. [grave. Heart, hârt, s. the muscle, which by its contraction and dilatation, propels the blood through the course of circulation, and is therefore considered as ihe source of vital motion ; the seat of life...
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A dictionary of the Spanish and English languages: wherein the words are ...

Giuseppe Marco Antonio Baretti, Mateo Seoane Sobral - Foreign Language Study - 1854
...courage. Coraznada, #/*. l.Pith of a pine-tree. 2. Fricassee of the hearts of animals. Corazón, im. 1. Heart, the muscle which, by its contraction and...blood through the body and is therefore considered as the source of vital motion, core. '2. Heart, benevolence, atfèction. 3. Heart, spirit, courage....
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