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Scul le ry, s. a place where kettles Sim ple ton, s. a silly mortal and dishes are kept

Sin ful ly, ad. wickedly Sea far ing, a. travelling by sea Sin gle ness, s. simplicity Se cond ly, ad. in the second place Sm gu lar, a. single, not complex Se cret ly, ad. privately

Sin is ter, a. unfair. Sec ta rý, s. one who divides from Si tu ate, a. placed, fixed establishment

Size a ble, a. bulky Se cu lér, a. worldly

Ske le ton, s. the bones of a body' Se di ment, $. what settles at the

preserved in their natural order bottom

Skil ful ly, ad. with skill, Se du lous, a. diligent

Slan der er, s. one who belies ano) Seem ing ly, ad. in appearance

ther Seem li ness, $. decency

Slan de rous, a. calumnious
Se gre gate, v a. to set apart Sla vish ness, s. servility,
Se mi nal, a, belonging to seed Sien der ly, ad. slightly
Se na tor, s. a publick councellor Sloth ful ly, ad. with sloth
Sense less iy, ad. stupidly

Slo ven ly, a. negligent of dress, ad. Sen si ble, a. having the power of in an inelegant manner

perceiving by the senses Slug ish ness, s. sloth Sen si tive, a. having sense but not Sol dier ly, a. martial like, s. a boreason

dy of military men Sen su al, a. carnal

Sol em nize, v a, to celebrate Sen ti ment, s. thought

So li tude, s. a lonely life Sen ti nel, s, one who keeps guard So phis ter, s. a subtle disputant Se pa rate, v a. to disunitę, So phis try s. fallacious argumene Sep tu ple, a. seven times as much Sor ce ry, s. magick Se pul ture, s. interment

Sor row ful, a. mournful, sad Se ra ptim, s. angels of one of the So ve reign, a. suprtine in power heavenly orders

South er ly, a. towards the south Se ri ous, a. grave, solemn Spe ci fy, v a. to mention Ser pen tine, a.winding like a ser- Spe cu late, v a. to consider attenpent

tively Ser vi tude, s. slavery

Spe cu lúin, s. a looking-glass
Set tle ment, s. a colony

Sphe ri cal, a. round
Se ven fold, ad. seven times Spi rit ed, a. lively
Se venth ly, ad. in the seventh place Spi rit less, a. dejected
Se ver al, a. many, s. a state of par Spi ri tous, a, refined

Spite fal ness, s. malignity
Sha dow y, a. full of shades Splen e tick, a. fretful
Shal low ness, 3. want of depth Spright li ness, s. liveliness
Shame less ness, s. impudence Spu ri ous, à. counterfeit
Shape li ness, s. beauty of form Spur ri er, s. one who makes spure
Sheep ish ness, s. bashfulness Squan der er, s. a spendthrift.
Shep her dess, s. a woman who Sta mi na, s. the solids of a human
tends flocks

body Show e ry, a, rainy

State li ness, s. grandeur Sig ni fy, v a. to mean

Sta. tion er, s, a book-seller Sign io ry, s. lordship

Stead fast ly, ad. firmly Si lent ly, ad. without noise

Ste ri lize, v a. to make barren Sil li ness, s simplicity

Stig ma tize, v a. to mark with in Sim i lar, a. resembling.

Si mo ny, s. the baying of church Stin gi ness, s. covetousness

Sti pu late, v n. to contracts
Stock job ber, s. who deals in stocks

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Sıran gu ry, s.-difficulty of urine at. Tame a hle a, susceptive of tamins tended withi pain

Tan gi ble, a. perceptible by th: Strength en er, s. which makes touch strong

Task mas ter, 6. who imposes tasks Stre nu ous, á. zealous

'Tax å ble, a. that may be taxe: Stre pe rous, a. noisy

Teach a lie, a, docile Stub born ness, s. obstinacy. Tegii ment, s. cores Stu di ous, a. contemplative Te le graplı, s.

an instrument to Stu pi fy, v a. to make stupid

convey intelligence by signals Stur di ness, S. stoutress

Te le scope, s. a glass for viewStut ter er, s. a stammerer

ing distant objects Scy gi an, a. hellish

Tem pe rance, s, insoderation
Sua vi ty, s.

Tem pe rate, a. moderate
Sub ju gate, to subdue by force Ten po ral, a. measured by time
Sab se quent, a. following

Te na ble, a. that may be held Sub si dy, s. aid in money

Tem po rise, v 1. to comply with Sub sựi tute, s. one put in place of the tinies another

Ten den cy, s. direction towards an Sub tle ty, s. artfulness

ubject Suc cu lent, a, juicy

Ten der ly, ad, kindly Sud den ly, ad. unexpectedly Te nu cus, a. ihin, small Suf fer ance, s. pain, patience Ter ma gant, s. a scold Saf fer er, s. one who suffers Terri ble, a. dreadful Sui ta bie, a, fitting

Ter ri bly, ad. dreadfully Sui ta bly, ad. agreeably

Ter i er, 8. a dog that goes under Sal len ness, s. inóroseness

ground for leis game Sul phur ry. a. like sulphur T'es ta ment , s. a will Sum ma ry, a. short

Tes ti fy, va, to witness Sump tu ous, a. costly

Tes ti ness, s. moroseness Sun di al, s. a plate on which the Thanks giv ing, $. cclebration of shadow points the hou

mcrcy Sup ple mnent, s. an addition The o ry, s. speculatirn Sup pli cant, s. an duruble petition. There a bout, ad, near

Thiev e ry, s. practice of stealing Sup pli cate, v-n. to inplore Tho rough fare, s. a passage wilirSur ge ry, s. the act of curing by manual operations

Tho rough pace a. complete Sur li ness, s. moroseness

Thrif tiness, s. frugality Sur ro gite, v a. to put in the place Til la ble, a. arable

of another, s. a deputy Time serv ing, a, complying with Sword play er, s. a feucer

present power Sy ca more, s, a tree

Tim o rous, a. ferful. Syl lo sist, s. ai argument compc- Ti tle page, s. the page that ccased of three propositions

tains the title of a book Sym me try, s. harmony

Ti tu lar, a. nominal
Sypu pa thy, s. fellow feeling Toil som ness, s, wearsomress

Tole rance, s. act of enduring
Tabla töre, s. painting

To le rate, rå, to allow Tibu lar, a. formed in tables Toropi tude, s. state of bait mo: Ta cit ly, ad, silently

tionless Tải te to, su thisk .

Toward ly, ad. compliant with cuTa lis-man, s. a magical character Trac ta ble, a. manageable Talk u tive, a. loquacious.

Trai to rous,"a. treacherous
Ta na vird, s, a tree

Treucli e rous, an faithless


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Treach e ry, s. perfidy"

Ven tu rous, a. bold Tri an gle, s. a figure of three an- Ver be rate, v a. to beat gles

Ver di greise, s wist of brasa Tri ni ty, s. the union of the three Ve şi fy, v a. to confirm Peisous

Ve ri ly, ad. in truth Trcu ble some, a, vexaticus

Vic to ry, s. Conquest 'l'ru cu lent, a. barbarous

Vigi lance, s. watchfulness Trum pe ter, s. Who sounds a trum- Vigi lant, a. watchful pet

Vi gor ous, a, forcible Trus ti pess, s. fidelity

Vi li fv, v a. ho defame Tu na Sle, a, musical,

Vil la ger, s. one living in a village Tur bu lence, s. tumuit

Vil la nous, a, base
Tur bu tent, a. violent

Villa ny, s. baseness
Tur pen tine, s. tlie gum of pine Vin ci blc, a. conquerable
Tur pi tude, s. baseness

Vin dicate, v a. to justify
Tu te lar, a. protecting

Vi ne gar, s. an acid liquor
Two hand ed, a. large

Vi o late, v a. to injure
Tym pa num, s. the drum”of the ear Vi o lence, s. force
Pyn pa ny, s. a swelling

Vi o let, 8. a flower Tyran nize, v 11, to play the ty- Vir ginal, a, pertaining to a virgin rant

Vir, tu ous, a, morally good
Ty ran ny, s. cruel government Vir u lence, s. poison

Vir u lent, a. malignant
To li ness, s. deformity

Vi si bly, ad. plainly Di ce rate, 1 a. to disease with sorts , Vi si tant, s. one who goes to see C] ti mate, a, the last

another Un der most, a. the lowest

Vi ti ate,' v a. to spoil
Untilate, v n. to move as a ware Vi tre ous, a. glassy
I nity, s. concord

Vi trial, s. mineral salt
U ni verse s. the general system of Vi vi ly, a. to inake alive

W Up right ly, ad. honestly

Wag ge ry, s. sarcastic gayety Liber cy, s. pressure of difficulty Wake ful ness, s. want of sleep U sú al, a. customary

W'a rily, ad. cautiously U su ry, $. money paid for the use Wa ji ness, s. caution

Water fowl, si fowl that lives U ten sil, s. an instrument

& about water Ut ter ly, ad, fully

Water mill, $. a mill turned by waV Va can c), s. vacuity

Water work, s. a play of fountains Va gran cy, s. wandering

Wear i ress, s,lassitude Val art, a. stout

Wear i some, a. tedious Va lo tous, a. brave

Well a day, interj alas! Vad quislı er, s. a conqueror West ward ly ad. towards the west Va pu rous, a. fumy

Wilder ness, s. a desert Vi ri ance, s. disagreement Wil fully, ad. on purpose Vauit ing ly, aci. boastfully Wind ing slicet, si in which the dead Ve se tate, v n. to grow

are en wrapped Ve he mence, s. forci.

Wise a cre, s. a fool Vendi i ble, a. saleable

Wish ful ly, ad. earnestly Veno mous, a. poismous

Wist fully, ad. attentively Ve ile rate, v ai to rercrence Wo fully, ad. sorrowfully Vene ry, š. unchaste love, disease Won drously, ad. sirangeiy Vintilate, v a. to enlarged with kind Mocd.pi geon, s. a wild pigega

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Aban don, va. to resigi

Ac know lege, v a, to Olin A base ment, s. depression Ac quit ment, s, act of acquitting Ab er rance, s. an errour

A cros tick, s. a poem Ab er rant, a. wandering from the Acute ly, ad. sharply right way

Ad di tion, s. the actiof adding:
A bet ment, s. the act of abetting Ad he rence, s. attachment
A bet ter, she that abets

Ad just ment, s. regulation
A Bid ing, s. continuance

Ad mis sion, s. admittance Ab su tion, s. a cleansing

A dop ter, S. who adopts i A bol is!), v a. to annul

A dop tive, a. that may be adopted A bor tion, s the act of bringing. Ad van tage; s. profit forth untimely

Ad ven ture, . accident *
A bor tive, s. untimely birih, a. Ad ris er, s. he who advises

brought forth before due time Af lec tion, s. love, kindness Ab rup ness, s. violent and sudden Affective, a, that which affects separation

Affi ance; v a. to betrcth, s. á mar Ab rupt ness, s, suddenness

riage-contract Ab scis sion, s. a cutting off Af fiic tion, Š, calamity Ab scon der, s. one who absconds Af fic tive, a. painful Ab ster gent, a, having a cleansing Affran chise, va. to make free quality

Af fu sion, s. a pouring out Ab struse ly, ad with difficulty A fore hand, ad previously Ab struse ness, s. difficulty

Ag gres sion, s. the commencement A bun dance, s. a great plenty

of a quarrel, A bú sive, a. apt to abuse

Ag gres sor, s. an invader Ac cep tance, s. i reception with Ag ni tion, s. acknowledgement approbation

A gree ment, s. concord Ac ception, s. the received sense of A lem bick, s. a vessel used in stil.. a word

ling Acces sion, s. increase

Al li sion, s. the act of striking on Ac com plice, s. a partaker

body against another # Ac com plish, v a. to fulfil

Al lure ment, s. cnticement Ac cor dance, s, agreement Al lu siye, a.hinting at something Ac cor dant, a. willing

Al migh ty, a. of unlimited power Ac coun tant, s. a computer Al rea dy, ad, at or before the presa Ac curs ed, a. execrable

ent time Ac cus er, s, one who accuses Al ter nate, a. reciprocal, s.

vicis Ac cuis tom, v a. to habituate

situde Achiev er, s. who performs

A mas ment, si accumulation A chieve ment, s. performance A maz ing, partio. wonderful


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Ambition, se desire of prefer- As sum tive, a. which is as

Am li tious, a. aspiring As su rance, s. confidence
A mend medt, s. change for As ton ish, v a. to confound
the better

with fear
A merce ment, s. a fine A tone ment, s. expiation,
A inuse ment, s. entertain- At tach ment, s. adherence

At tainment, s. acquisition An noy ance, so that which an- At ten ciance, s. service noys

Atten dant, są one who attends.
Ap par el s. dress

Atten tion. s. heeding
Ap pa rent,' a. plain

At ten tive, a. heedíul
Ap pear ance, 5. semblance

At tor ney, s. a lawyer
Ap peas er, s. who pacifies At trac tion, s. the power of
·Ap pendant, 1 s. something drawing
Ap pen dix

added A vouch er, s. he that avouch, Appren tiee, s. one bourd for

sometime to another, in Au ro ra, s. the morning twi

order to itarn his trade light Ap pro ver, s. one that approves Au then tick, a. having authorá Arch dea con, s. one who sup

plies the bishop's place Au nim nal, a. belonging to the
Ar raign ment, ś. a charge

Ar range ment, s. the putting

in order

Bal co ny, s, a frame before
Ar rear agc, s. the remainder of the window of a room
an account

Bil sa mick, a. unctuous.
As cen dant, s. elevation, a Ban dit ti, s. a company

of outsuperiour

laws As sail ant, so he who attacks Bap tis mal, a. pertaining to As sault er, s. one who assaults baptism another

Be fore hand, ad, previous As sem blage, s. a cellection of Pe got ten, participle of beget individuals

Be ha vior, s. manner of act-
As sem ble, v a. to bring to- ing

grether, v'n. to meet to. Be hold er, s, a spectator

Be lea guer, v a. to besiege
As ser ter, si a maintainer Be liev er, s. he who believes
As ses sor, s. an assisting judge Be lov ed, a. dear
As sign er, s, he who assigns Be tray er, s. a traitor
As sign ment, s. appointinent Bi section, s. the cutting into

As sis tance, s. help

two As sis tant, s. a helper Bis sex tile, s. a leap year Aş sump tion, s. the taking to Brown stu dy, s. gloomy medias one's self


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