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Dray, s. a cart,

Dunce, s. a thick-skull,
Drawl, o. n. to utter slowly, Dung, s. excrement,
Dread, s. fear, x. a. to lear, Dupe, s. a credulous person, s.
Dream, s.a phantasm of sleep v. a. to cheat,
no to imagine,

Dure, v. 1. to last,
Dredge, s. a kind of net, Dusk, a. dark,
Dregs, s. the sediments of li- Dwarf, s. a man below, the

common size of men,
Drain, v. 1. to empty,

Dwell, v. A. to inhabit,
Drench, s. a draught,

Dress, so clothes, v. (1. to clothe, Each, pron: either of two,
Drist, s impulse,

Far, s. organ of hearing,
Drill, v. a. to train to arms, Earth, s. Es v. (id to hide in the
Drip, v. da to let fall in drops, carth,
Drive, v. d. to force along, Ease, s. quiet, v. a. to relieve,
Droll, s. jester, v. N. to jest, East, s. sunrising,
Drone, 8. a bue, a sluggard, Eave, s. the edge of the roof,
Droop, v. 11. to languish. Ebb, S. the riflux of the tide

9. A. to let fall, Edge, s. the cutting part of a
V. n. to fall,

knife, &c.
Dross, s. Tefuse, rust,

Edge, 0. a. to sharpen,

Drove, s. a collection of ani- Egg, s. that which is laid by

fonks, from which their
v. a. to suficate in

young is produced,

End, s. the extremity,
0. n. to be sufficated End, v. lie to terminate,

Etch, v. a. to engrave,
Drudge, s. one employed in

mean labour,

Face, s. the visage,
Drug, s, a medical simple, lace, wi n. to come in front,
Drum, d. & v. 1. to beat a l'act, s. a thing done,

Fade, v. A. to wear iW: Y
V. (io to free from mois- Tade, 9. n. to decy,
Dry ture,

Fail v. n. io lali sorte
V, 11. to grow dry Fail, v. 6. tu desert,
Dry, 1, noi moist,

Fain, a. glad,
Duck, so a water fowl, Fain, ad. gladiy.
Duck, 9. d. to put under water, l'ain, v. n. to wish,
Dus, s. 2 nipple,

Fair, a. beaninu,
Luke, i. a luigh degree of dig- Faith, belief,

Faii, 9. a. & no to let drop,
Dull, a. siupid,

Far, ad. at a grcat distances
Dull, v. a. to blunt,

Farc, v. n. to stuff,
Dur, a. oi a brown colour, Farce, s. a representation,
Du, S. an importunate creditor


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Fleece, H. 20, l.a. to plunder


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a. proper, v. a. to acoome Farm, v. a. to cultivate land

modate, Fast, v. n. to abstain,

Fitch, s. a kind of pea,
Fast, s. abstinence from food, Fix, v. a. to make fast,

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Fat, a. plump,

Flag, v. Go to lay with stone,
Fate, s destiny,

Flail, an instrument, for
Si offence,

thrashing corn,

V. a. to accuse. Flap, s. any tliing hanging loose
Faun, s. a rural deity,

Flap), v. , to fly the wingi,
Fawn, s. a you:g deer, Flash, s. a sudden blaze,
Fawn, v. n. to court servilely, Flask, s. a boite,
$. dread,

Flat, a. smooth,

V. li. to fright, Flat, s. a level,
0. n. to be afraid

Flaw, s. a crack in any thing,
Feast, s. banquet, v. a. to feed, Fleak, s. sinall lock,
Fenst, v. n. to cat sumptuously Fleam, s. an instrument to bleed
Tee, s. reward, v. a. to bribe, cattle,
Feed, v. d. to nourish, v. n. to Fledze, v. a to supply with fez-
take food,

Feel, v. a. to perceive by the

all the
Feign, v. n. to dissemble, Flest, a. swift,
Feint, s. a false appearance, Flight, s. the act of flying
Fen, s. a marsh.

Flinch, v. n. to fail,
Fence, s. guard, v.a. to enclose Fling, v. t. to throw,
Few, A. llot many,


19. n. to fly away,
Fib, s. a falsehood,

a. nimble,
Field, s, a tract of ground, Flitch, s. the side of a hoz,
Finl, s. an enemy,

Float, v. ii. to swim upon w2.
Fifti, s the ordinal of five,

Fiz, s. a fruit,

Flock, S. a company of birds or

So 'i combat,
v.0. to war against, Flood, s. body of water,

Filch, v. a. to steal,

Floor, s. the pavement,
Fik, 8. a throa 1,

Flote, v (lo to skin,
Fill, v. (. to make full,

Flout, v. c. to mock,
Filih, s. nastiness,

Flow, v. n. to run as water,
Fin, s. the sing of a fish,

v. a. to colour,

Find, v. a. to meei with,


a. fresh,
Finé, a. not coarse, s. a forfeit, Flute, s, amusical, pipe,
Fine, v. a. to punish by a fine, Flux, s. the act of flowing
Finn, a. strong,

Foan, S. spume,
a. the ordinal of one, Foe, s. an enemy,
Sad. earliest,

Foil, v. a. to defeat




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Icist, v. 6. to insert by furgery Front, v, n. to stand foreinost

, id, so a sheip pron,

rein, o. 1. to contract th free
l'oli, e'. fio to shut sheep in the Froun, Se alleok or dispieasure,

Fruit, so the produce of a tree
Folk, s. people,

or plant,
Font, s. a vessel in a church,

sa ring fish, Dol, s. an idiot,

so. ll. to (iress food,
B'Cr, rep. because,

Tand, s. sock,
burce, ve strength,a to compell Fur, s, askin with soft hair,
Ford, so a shuhov0. kla to walk Puri, v. a. to contract,
through wati,

Fise, c'. . to melt,

ferm with a l'urt, v. n. io grow mouldy,
hamuur, s. the place, Fu27, 0.i. fly out in small

io, io
Whire iron is beaton into simupe, paricios,
Fork, so an instrument with two Fy, interj. a word of blame,
or more prongs,

Torin, &. shape,

Gad, v. 1. to ramble about,
korth, 4. a broad,

Gaff, s. a harpoon,
Fosse, so a ditch,

Gas, v. 7. to sto's the mouth,
Fou, no filihy,


so profit, . Foul, r'a. to buiki,

I v. ( to prevail, 27. Q. to fübricate, Gall, s. the bite,

Gall, J. (1. to hurt the skin,
a. liberal,

Gari), so clress, habit
Š s. a letter free from Gash, s. 'deep wound,
I ostales

Sa mcasure,
Trand, s. deceit,


09. (l. lo ineasure, Trav, s. a broil,

Gauni, a slender,
renk, s. a sudden humor, Gauze, s. a ihin siik,
Free, ll. ai, libeitt,

Gawk, s. a foolish fullow,
Trecze, v. 1 to be congealed Gay, ll. merr',
with cold,

Gaze, v. 11. to look earnestly,
Fresh, d, cool, not salt, Gaze, s. intent regard,
Fret, v. a. to corrode,

Geit, s. castrated animal
Friend, so a well wisher, Gem, a. a jewel,
1 s. om u nt,

Ghost, s. the soul of an in,
Sv. ilo to adorn with Giit, s. siny thing given,

Giọ; s. a two whetied carriages
Frisk, so i folick, v. n. to leap Gimp, s. silk twist,
Frith, s. a strait of the sea, Ghd, (io cheerful,
Frock, s. a dress,

Cinde, s. a lawn,
From, prh. away,

Clance, s. a quick look,
7. the face,

Garc, 9. It.. to dazzle,
v. C. to stand face to Claze, V. (1. to put glass into


Iranne, } s. order,


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Search, v n. to make search Slack, a. remiss, loose
Seat, s. a chair

S., s. a blow
S-ek, v a. to look for

Siste,'s, a tile Siem, v n. to appear

Suive, so a dexendant Seine, 5. a net

Sied, s, a car Image Serve, v a. to attend

Sledge s.

a licitvy hammer Sct, v n. to fall below the hor- Skep, vii, to take rist izon

Sietva, s. what covers the arm Shade, s. umbrage

Slid, v n. to pass along smoothSh:ipe, s. form

ly Share, s. allotment

Sligh, a. not important
Sharp, a. keen

Slight, s. neglect, v' a. to dire,
Sheach, v a. to enclose in a gard
Sheathe, ) scabbard

Slime, s. viscous mire
Shift, v a. & n. to change Slope, s. declivity
Shin, s. the fore part of the leg Sloth, s. liziness
Shoal, s. a crowd, a shallow Sluce, S. a Witer gato
Sheet, s. linen for a bed Sludge, s. mire
Shield, s, a luckler

Slit, s. a dirty woman
Shift, y n. to change

Smooth, a. even on the surface
Shock, s. violent concourse Smut, s. spei, olsity
Shop, s, a place where any thing Snail, s. a suimy animal
is sold

Snap, v a. to brcak short
Short, ad. not long

Snatch, v a to suize any thing Shout, s. a cry in triumph

hastily Show, v a. to exhibit

Snek, v n. to crier stoly Shrine, s. a sacrtd repository Sneer, s. a look oi con mpt Shrink, v n. to contract into less Soil, v a. to polute

Soul, s. thvital principle Shroud, v a. to shelter, s. a coy- Sound, a. healthy

Sound, v

to try with the Shrub, so a small tree

sounding line
Sick, a. afflicted with disease Spaw, s. mineral waters
Side, v n. to engage in a party Spear, s, a long reason
Sight, s the sense of seeing Spend, v n. to loakei

expense Sign, so a token

Spice, S. a vegitable production
Sire, s. a rather

Spite, S. malice
Siz , s. buik, v a. to adjust Spin, so a thm piece of wood
Slein, s. kvt of read wound Sporg, so a soit porous sub-
Sketch, s. an out line

Skill, s. knowledge

Spouse', s. a husband or wife
Skip, v n. to bound lightly S;rain, se extension of liga;
Skirt, s. th border
Skrexia, V 1. to protect

ş, V . to expand Slab, s, a puddie

Sus, s, a smais branche





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Spring, r n. to arise, s. a season Swarm, v ř. to rise as bees
Sprout, s. a sloot v n. to grow Sweat, v n. to emit moisture
Srur, s. apoint v a. to incite Sweep, v a. to clean with a
Spy, s. one sent to watch others

'Square, s. a figure, v a. to reg- Swill, v a. to drink grossly

Swiin, v 1. to float on the wa-
Squeeze, v a. to press

squint, v n. to look obliquely Swop, v a. to exchange
Squire, s. a tiile

Siab, v a. to wound

Tairt, v a. to stain, infect
Stage, s. a theatre,

Tak, v n. to speak
Siain, S. a spot

Tare, so a weed, weight allowed
Stake, s. apost, Wager

Tea, s. a well known plant
Sial, s. a crib, a bench

Teach, v a. to instruct
Sirve, v a. to kill with hunger Tease, v a. io comb wool
Slave, v a. to break in pieces Tint, s. a colour
Sitam, s. a vapour

Tird, v 2. &. n. to watch
Steel, s. iron

Tense, a. str t ed
Sicep, s. a precirice

Tint, s. a soluk r's lodging
Seer, s. a young bullock

Tenih, a. ordinal of ten
Steer, v a. to guide

Text, s. the subject of a com-,
Stein, so stalk v a. to stop
Sap, v n. to advance

Thanks, s. acknowledgment
S-::w, v a. to boil gently Thaw, s• dissolution of frost
S. ff, a. rigid, harsh

Theft, s. the act of stealing
Sull, a. silent

Them., s. a subject
Sint, y a. to restrain

Thence, ad. liom that place
Sinop, v n. to bunu down

Thick, 2. dense, gross
Storm, s. a tempest

Thief, s. one that steals
S:ove, s. a hoi house

Thieve, v n. to steal
Stidit, a. rigorous, 5 a narrow Thin, a. siender

Thirsi, v n. to fecl want of
Streak, s. a line of colour

Suream, so running water Thrcát, s. menance
Suide, v fio to make long steps Thrilt, s. frugality
Suipe, v a. to variegate with Thrive, v n. to prosper

Throb, s. palpitation
Suff, v a. to fill full

Tight a. tense, close
Sun, r a. to make dizzy with a Tin, s. white metal

Tinct, s. a colour
Suck, v 1. to diaw the hreast Tint, s. dve stain
Sup, v 1. to eat the eveniag Tithit, s. a tenth part

Tci, s. latigue, a net
Sur to certain, true

Tope, v n. to drink to excess
Swalm, s. a pastral youth Touch, s. the sense of teeling

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