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Ache, so a pain,

Bar, s. à piece of wood, &c laid
Act, 0. c. to perform,

Act, s. something done,

Bard, s. a poet,
Add, v. l. to join something to B2rk, s. the rind of a tree,

that which was before, Barm, s. yeast,

s. any period of time attri- Barn, s. a house for grain, buted to something, as the Bash, v. il. to be ashamed,

whole or part of its duration, Bawd, s, a procurer,
Aid, s. support.

Bay, s. an opening into the land,
Aim, v. a. to direct..

Beach, s. a tree, a shore
Aim, s. a design.

Bead, s. liitie balls strung 10-
Alms, s. what is given in relief gether,

Bent, s, a degree of fexures
Ape, s. a kind of monkey, Bet, s. a wager,
Apt, c. ready, quick,

Bide, v. 1. to dwell,
Ark, s. a kind of ship,

Bite, s. a trick,
Arch, s. a part of a circle, Blade, s. the sharp part of a
Arm, s. a limb, v. d. to take weapon the spire of grass,

Blain, s. a blister,
Art, s. a trade.

Blame, s. censure,
Awe, s. fear

Biank, s. a void space,
Axe, s. an instrument to cut Bleed, v. ll. to let blood,

Bleat, v. n. to cry as a sheep,
Ay, ad. used foy yes.

Blend, v. a. to mingle,

Bless, s. state of felicity,
Baa, s. the cry of a sheep, v. n. Bioat, v. a. to swell,

to cry like a sheep. Block, s. a heavy piece of wood
Babe, s. an infant,

Bloom, s. a blossom,
Back, so the hinder. part of the Boast, v. a. to display ones 26-

Badge, s. a mark,

Bode, v. d. to portend,
Bag, s. a kind of sack,

Bold, a. daring,
Bait, s. for a trap,

Bond, s. signment,
Bake, v. a. to make hard with Brad, s a sort of nail,

Brag, v. 1. to boast,
Balm, so the juice of an odori- Bray, v. n. to make a noise
ferous shrub,

an ass,
Buli, j. a. to soothe,

Breacile, v. N. to live,
Bud, &. a tye,

Breeze, s. . 5 ’ntie wind,
Bing, v. ll. to beat,

Bribe, s. d reward,
Bank, s. a heap 04 earth, Briuk, s. the edge,

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Chance, s. fortune,
Brogue, s. a kind of shoe, Change, . a. to alter,
Broil v. a. to cook by laying Chant, v. Cho S?n. to sings

something on the coais, Charge, 0. a. to intrust, Broil, s. tumult

Charm, s. inchantinent, Broach, S. an orniment of Jew- Chuyt, s. a deliniation of coits, els,

Chase, v. 4. to hunt, Brood, 9. n. to sit on e855, Cham,

s. a clist, Brook, s. a streain,

Cheer, D. e. tu i.cite,

Chess, s. a kind of game,
s 0. lto bear,
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Chide, v. li. to reprove, Broth, s. a lieuor in which meat Chill, 9. a. to make cold, is boiled,

Chink, 8. a sinall opening, Brouse, '. 1.. to feed,

Choice, a. select, Brow, s. the arch of hair over Choose, v. a. to take by way of .

Burgh, s. a corporate town, Chop, v. n. to light upon a
Buzz, v. 1. to hum as bees, thing,

Chouse, v. [lo-to cheat,
Cab, s. a measure of three pints Chrism, s. unction,
Cage, 3. an enclosure for birds, Churi, s. a nigard,
Calm, a. quiet, v. a. to still, Chyle, s. juice in the stomach
Calve, v. n. to bring a calí. Clash, v. a. to strike one thing
Clax, s. powder made by burn- against another,

Clasp, T. a. to shut with a clasp,
Cant, e'. n. to talk in jargon, Clear, a light,
Care, 8. solicitude, ,

Class, s. an order of

persons, Carp, 0. n. to. censure,

Clause, s. a sentence, Cart, s. a carriage, ,

Claw, s. the foot of a beast, Carve, v. a. to cut or engrave, Clean, a. free from dirt,

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Cleave, v. a. to divide,
Cask, s. a barrel,

Climb, v. a. to ascend.
Catch, v. a. to lay hold of, Cling, v. n. to twist round,
Cave, s. cavern,

Clothe, v. a. to
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Coal, s. fossil, Cease, v. n. to leave off, Close, v. a. to shut; Cede, v. a. to yield,

Clout, s. cloth for any mean use Cense, s. public rates,

Clown, s. a rustick, . Cense, w. a. to perfume, Cloy, v. a. to surfeit, Cent, s. a hundred,

Clump, s. a small cluster of Chafe, v. di to heat;

trees, Chain, s. a fetter,

Coast, s. the shore, Chalk, s. fossil, v. Aty to mark Coil, s. bustle, with chalky

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hearing, Core, 8. the heart,

Deal, vo' a. to dispose, Corpse, s. a dead body,

Deal, s. part, Coy, a. modest,

Deal, v. n. to traffick, Couch, s a seat of repose, Dean, e. a dignity in the church Craft, s. cunning,

Dear, a. beloved, Cramp, s. spasin,

Death, s. mortality, Cream, s. the unctious part of Debt, so what one owes milk,

Deod, s, an action, Cress, s. an herb,

Deem, v. n. to judge, Crest, s. a plume,

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Den, s, a cavern, Cure, v. 4. to heal,

Dice, s. plural of die,
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Curse, u. a. to wish evil, Dye, s. a colour,
Curve, so any thing bent, Die, v. n. to lose life,
Czar, s. the title of the 'empe- Dim, a. obscure,
ror of Russia written tzar, Dent, s. a mark,

Dire, a. dreadful,
Dab, 0, a. to strike with some- Dodge, v. n. to use crast.
thing soft, s. a lump of any Dol, s. a little giri's baby

Dolt, s. a thick-skull, Dale, s. a vale,

Doom, 1. a. to judge, Dame, s. a lady.

Door, s.

the entrance of Daanp, a, moist,

house, Damp, s, moisture,

Dose, s. so much medicine as is Dainp, v. a. to wet,

taken at once, Dance, v. Me to move in measure Dote, v, n. to har the intellect Dark, a. wanting light,

impared by age or passion, Dart, v. a. to throw, s. a missle Dove, so the pigeon, weapon,

Down, s. soft feathers,
Dash, v. a. to throw against, Drab, s, a whore,
Dash, s, collision,

Draff, s. any thing thrown away Date, s. the time when any Drag, v. a. to pull along, v. ito thing is performed,

to trail along the ground, Date, v. a. to mark the time, Drain, v. N. to draw off water, Daub, O. a. to smear,

&c. 8. a ditch, Dunt, v. a. to fright,

Dram, s. the eight part of an Dawn, v. n. to grow luminous ounce, a smal quantity of Dawn, s. first rise,

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