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Still ress, s. calmness

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si a house of entertainia Siin zy, 3. nigardly

ment Stipendi, S. Wages.

Taw ny, a. yellow
S ir ruo, se belonging to a saddle Tem per, s, disposition

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Stor my, a. violent

Tem plar, s. a student in law Streak y, a. striped

Ten der, a. delicate -Strcan er, s, a las.

Ten ter, s. a hook Strictly, ad; rigorously Te nure, s. the terms on which Strip lng, s, a young man,

an estate is holden Suum pet, s, a prostitute

Testy, a. fretful Stub born, a, obstinate

Tex ture, s. a web Suu-dent, s. a scholar

Thick et, s, a small wood Stu dy, v n, to muse

Thiev ish, a. given to steak Stur dy, a. hardy

Thrif ty, a, frugal
Stut ter, v n, to stammer Ti dings, s. news
Sub tle, a. sly, artful

Til lage, s. husbandry
Sub urb, s. out-part of a city Ti mid, a. fearful
Suc cour, ş. assistance

Tinc ture, s. colour
Sud den, a. hasty

Tin ker, s. a mender of brass Suf fer, v a.& n. to bear. Ti tle, s. general head Suf frage, s. a vote given Toi let, s. a dressing table Sul len, a gloomy

Toil some, a. laboriolas Sul phur, s. brimstone

To kén, s. a sign Sum mons, s, a citation Tor pid, a. benumbed Sun dry, a, several

Tor ture, s. pain Sur face, s. the out side

Tor vous, a. stern Sur ly, a; rough, morose

Touch' y, a. peevish Swin dle, v a, to cheat

Toy ish, a. trifling Sym bol, s. a type

Traf fick, s trade Symptom, s. a sign

Tra gic, a. mournful
Sin tax, s. a part of grammar : Trai tor, s. a betrayer of trust
Sys tem, s. a scheme

Tram mel, s. a shackel
T.

Trap pings, so dress
Ta cit, a. silent

Treaty, s. compact Tac tics, s. the art of ranging Tres pass, s. offence ,

men in battle Tai lor, s. a maker of clothes Trou sers, s. long breeches Ta lent, s. faculty

Tru ant, s. an idler Tan gle, y a, to confuse Tru ly, ad. indeed Tan kard, s. a mug with a lid Tru cheon, s. a club Tar dy, a, slow, dull

Trus ty, a. faithful Tar nish, v a. to sully

Tu lip, s. a flower Tart ness, s. acidity

Tu mor, s. a swelling 'assel, s. nu ornament

a little town Tu tor, so a teachers

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Trin ket, s. a toy

'Tur rety s.

Twin kle, v n. to sparkle Vi cious, a. corrupt
Ty rant, s. a cruel governot

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Wa ges, s. pay for services
Um brage, s. offence

Wail ing, s. lamentation Um pire, so an arbitrator Waist coat, s. a garment Un dress, s, a loose dress Wait er, s. an attendant Up right, a. honest

Wan der, v n. to rove
Ur gent, a. pressing

Wan ton, a. sportful
V

War den, s. a keeper
Va cant, a. empty

Ward robe, s. a room for clothes Va grant, s. a vagabond War rant, v a. to justify Vain ly, ad. proudly

War ren, s. a place for rabbits Val iant, a. stout

Wasp ish, a. peevish: Va lid, a. efficatious

Way ward, a. forward Va lour, s. bravery

Weal thy, a. rich Va lue, s. price, worth Wéa ry, v a. to tire Va nish, v n. to disappear Wea ther, s. the state of the air Van quish, y a. to conquer Wid ow, s. whose husband is Va ry, v n. to change

dead Vas sal, s. a subject

Win now, v a. to sift Vast ly, ad. greatly

Wise ly, ad. prudently Vel lui, s. parchment Wish ful, a. longing Ven der, s. one who sells Witch craft, s. practice of a Ven om, s. poison

witch Ver bal, a. oral

Wit ness, v a. to attest Ver dant, a. green

Wit ty, a. ingenious Ver dict, s. decision of a jury Wiz ard, s. a conjurer Ver dure, s. green

Wo ful, a. sorrowful Ver nal, a. belonging to the Wolfish, a, like a wolf spring

Won drous, a. surprizing Ver sion, s. translation

Want ed, a,

usual Ves ture, s. a garment

Wrath ful, a. furious Vi al, s. a small bottle

Wrin gle, v n. to move to & fro. Vi and, s, food

Wreath y, a. spiral Vice roy, s, an officer under a Wrong ful, a. unjust king

Y Vic tim, s, sacrifice

Yawn ing, s. gaping Vic tor, s, a conqueror

Yean ling, s, a lamb Vic tuals, S. meat &ou

Year ly ad. every year Vi gor, s. force

Yellow, a. of the colour of gold Vile ress, s. badness

Yeo man, s. a gentieman Vine yard, s. place where vines Yon der, ad. at some distanc are planted

but in view Vir tue, so moral goodness

Youth ful, är you Vi sion, S. sight

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Ze nith, s. the point over head Za ny, s. a nierry andrew Zeug ma, s. a figure of gramZea lot, s. one, ardent in a cause

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Words of two syllables of similar sound but different in spel

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Al tar s. on which sacrifice is Ceil ing, so the inner roof offered,

Seal ing, s. the setting of a seal Al ter, v, a. & n. to.change, Chro ni cal, a. of long continus Au ger, s. an instrument to bore with

Chro ni cle, s. a history s. one who pretends Com ple ment, so remainder Au gur to predict the future, Com pli ment,

S. act of civility V 1. to guess

v a. to respect: B.

Con cert s. a band of musick
Ber ry, ś. a small fruit Con sort, s. a .companion
Bu ry, v a. to put into the grave Cou sin, S. a relation
Breach es, s, broken places Co zen, v a. to cheat
Bre:ch es, s, a garment' worn by Coun cil, s. an assembly
men, often contended for

C

S. advice, adviser Bo rough, s. a corporate town

V a. to give advice Bur row. s. a place for rabbits, Cur rant, s. a fruit C.

Cur rent, s. a stream Can non, s. a large gun

Cur ri er, s. a dresser of leather Ca non, s. an ecclesiastical law

Cour ier s. a messenger Ca pi tal, a. the chief

Crew el, s. yarn twisted into a Ca pi tol, s. the tower of Rome bail Cel lar, s. a room under ground Cru el, a. fierce without merci Sciler, s. one who sails

E. Cen ser, s. the pan in which in- Ea ten, part. devoured. cense is burned Ž

Ea ton, s. a town Cen sor, s. an officer appointed to correct manners

Les-sen, v n. to grow

less Ces sior, s. resignation

75. precept. v a. to Ses sion, s. an assembly of sena

S instruct tors

Li nea ment, s belonging to the Cho ler, s. rage, fury

face something tyed Li ni ment, s. medicine Cullar, round the neck, van to seize by the neck Man ner, s. custom, habit

Man ors. a Lordship

Les son,

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Iviar tin, S. a man's name

Sa la ry, s. wages
De tal, s. gold, silver &c. Ce le ry, S. an herb
Mlet tic, s. briskness, spirit Scil ly, s. an Island
P.

Silly, a foolish
Palate, s. the roof of the mouth Sa ver, s. he who saves
Palet, s. a small bed

Sa viour, s. redeemer
Pe ter, s. a man's naine Sa vour, s. scent, taste
de tre, s. a kind os salt Seign ior, so a title of honour
Prin ci pal, a, the chief Sen ior s.one older than another
Prin ciple, s. the first rule Suc cour, S. assistance
Pro fit, s. advantage

Aucker, s. a twig shooting from kro shar, s. a foreteller

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Words of two Syllables accented upon the second.

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A base, v a. to cast down Ac cept, v a. to receive
A lash, v a. to make ashamed Access, s. liberty of approach
. to lessen 1.

v a. to make agree
A bate
less

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Abduce, v a. to take one part Ac cord, s. acompact
from another

Ac cost, v a. to salute
Let, v. i. to support,

v a. to esteem s. a bhor v a. to hate

computation
7 v a. to wait for, v n. to Ac crue, v Na to arise from
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Ac curse, vu to doom to misery wib jure, v a. to renounce Accuse v a. to charge with guilt Abcard, ad. in a ship

A chieve, v a. to perforin
A bodt, - habitation

Ac quaini, v a. to inform
„I bore, prep. Ingher in place Ac quia v a. to set tree
I boud, v n. to have in great As a It, S. a violent attack
plenty

Ad aici, v a. to devote [ins
A bouc,

jren. surrounding, ad. Address, s. manner of approiichS circularly

Ad duce, v a. to bring a support
A breast, ud. side by side, A dept, s. one skilled in any art
A bridge, v a. & n. to contract Ad here, v a. to stick to,
Ab rups, a. broken, sudden

Ad join, v a. to unite to
Abscend, v a. to cut off Ad journ, v a. to put off to an-
Abscond, v n. to hide oneself
A5 sent v a. to withdravý Adjudge, v čo to sentence
A buse v ü. to deceive

Ad just, v a. to rcgulate [love Ab Luse, so the ill use of any Ad mire, v a. to regard with thing

Ad mit, v a. to grant in genera A byss, so a great clepth A copt, v a. to select in preter Accent, voto pronounce

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A dore, 1 a. to worship An noy, v a. to incommode
A dorn, v a. to beautify Annul, v a. to make void
A drift, ad. fioating at random A noint, v a. to rub with unc-
A droit, a. dexterous

tious matter
Ad vance, v n. to come forward An tique, a. ancient
Ad vice, s. counsel ·

A pace, ad. specdily hid vise yn. to consult A part, ad, at a distance feac'ı Af fair, s, business

A piece, aio to the share of
Afirm, va, to declare Ap peach, v a. to amuse
Af front, s, insult offered Ap peal, v a. to transfer a cause
A fruid, a fearful

Ap pease, v a. to quist
A gain, ad. a second time Applaud, v a. to commend
Az gricve, v a. to give sorrow Ap plause, s. great praise

v 2. to put an end to Ap point, v a. to fix any thin
strife, v 11. to be in Ap proach, v 1. to draw rear
concord

S. access A grecil, part, a. settled by con- Approve, v a. to like sent

Ap pulse, so the act of striking A head, ad, forward

A rise, v n. to mount upwa?? it, a. reiated! (6 A ların, s. suddon terrour Ar raign, v a. to set in order 4 lert, a. watchful

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range, vừa. to put in orice A light, v a. to come down Ar ray, s. crier of battle [dato A like, ad. in the same manner Ar rest, v a. to seize by inanAl loo, v a. to excite

Arrive, v n. to come to a plice Allo.v, a. to adinit

As cend, v n. to mount upkur! Allude v n. to have reference As cribe, v 2. to attribuie to

A side, ad. to another part
Al lure, v a. to entice

As kaunt, ad. obliquely
Al ly, s. one united to another A slecp, ad. sleeping
A loft, ad. on high, in the air A slope, ad, with declivity
A loné, a. without company As

perse, va. to spatter with
A loof, ad. at a distance Aspire, v n. to desire eagerly
Al though, conj. however As sail, v a. to attack
A mass, v a. ta collect together As sault, s. a violenc attack
A mize, v a. to confuse

As sent, $. agreement
A mend, v n. to grow better As sert, v a. to maintain
A mends, s. compensation As sess, v a. to lay a tár
A mid, prep, in the middle As sign, v2. to appoint
Amidst,

As signs, s. they to whom trust
A miss, ad. faultily, criminally
V to compose As sist, v a. to help

As size, s a court of justico A mour, s. an intrigue As sort, v c. to range in ord 1 An nounce, v. da to publish As $u255, V . to mitigate

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