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vigesimus, a, um. adj. the , Duriuscölus, a, um. adj. soothed, flattered eighteenth

somewhat rough, hard, un- Eboraryus, a, um. adj. be. Duodevicesimānus, a, um. polished

longing, or relating to adj. of the two and twen. Duro, āre. act. f neut. 1. to tieth legion

harden, becórne hard, Eborātus, a, um, adj. in. Daplex, Ycis. adj. double, make hardy. beut, for laid, covered, or adorned

two-fold, broad, crafty, beur, make costive, jull, with ivory (of ivory subtle

mill, or thicken cloth Eboreus, a, um. adj. made Duplicarius, a, um. adj. be- Dūrus, a, um. adj. ior, comp. Ebriētas, ātis, f.3. drunken.

longing to what is double, issimus, sup, hard, stiff, ness, sottishness having double pay

rough, unpleasant, obsti. Ebro, āre, act. 1. to make Duplicatio, önis. f. 3. a nate, blunt, rustic, sharp, drunk

[woman doubling

pinching, hardy, rugged, Ebriðla, æ. f. l. a drunken Duplicato, adv. two ways. severe, cruel, costine, Ebridlus, a, um, adj. someDuplicytas, ātis. f. 3. du. bound, scarce, griping, what drunk plicity

impudent, shameless, dull Ebriositas, ātis. f. 3. vid, Dupliciter, adv, doubly Daumvirālis, e. adj. duum Ebriētas Duplico, are, act. 1. to dou viral

Ebriosus, a, um. adj. ior, ble, mnke twice as much, Duumvirātus, us. m. a dr. comp. drunken, sottish

big, or long, increase umvirate, the office of two given to drink, drunk, Duplo, onis. m. 3. the dou in equal authority

Jull of strong liquor ble

Dux, důcis. c.g. 3. leader, Ebryus, a, um, adj. drunk, Duplo, adv. twice as much head, commander, gene intoxicated, soaked, mad, Duplum, i. n. 2. the double ral, lieutenant-general, plentiful, stiated Duplus, a, um. adj. double, adiniral

Ebullyo, ire, ivi, itum, neut. twire so inuch

Dyas, adis. f. 3. a deuce, a .to boil, or bubble up, Dupondiaryus, a, um. adj. couple

fret, work, vuunt weighing, or holding two Dynāsta, wel Dynāstes, æ. Ebullitio, onis, f. 3. a bubpounds in. l. a prince, potentate, bling

[out DupondYus, i, m.see Dipān ruler, lord

Ebullo, äre. n. 1. to burst dyus

[lasting Dynastia, æ. f. l. a govern. Ehủlam, i, n. 2. & Ebůlus, Durabilis, e. adj. durable, ment, seigniory, or lord i, f. 2. wall-wort, dwarjDurabilitas, ātis. f.3. a long ship

alder continuance

Dysenteria, æ, f. 1. a dy-Ebur, & Ebor, oris. n. 3 Duracinus, a, um. adj. hard, sentery, the bloody flux ivory; any thing made of

Tough, tongh, sticking Dysentericus, a, um. adj. Durämen, Ynis. n. 3. & Du troubled with a flux Eburātus, a, um. adj. inlaid ramēntum, i. n. 2. a hard- Dyspnen, e. f. 1. difficulty

with ivory ening, strengthening, of breathing, shoriness of Eburneðlus, a, um. adj. congenling, constancy, breath

inade of ivory stableness, the arin of a Dysurla, æ. f. 1. a strangury Eburneus, a, um. adj. ivory, vine

Dysuricus, a, um, adj. ill oj, of ivory, like ivory, fair, Duratěus, a, um. adj. wooden or relating to a strangury

white Duratio, onis, f. 3. duration

Ebūrous, a, um, adj. made Duratrix, icis. f. 3. she who

of ivory

[aan vath hardens


Ecāstor, adv. by Castur, Dāre, adv, hardly, harshly

Ecca, i. e, ecca ea, mind Durčo, ēre. neut. 2. to be

her there hard

E, præp. cum abl. ab ex; Eccam, i.e. ecca eam, louk Durēsco, ére, n. 3. to grow out of, of, from, for,

she is hard, he hardened, or fro after, in, according to Ecce, adv. lo! see, bchold zen, continue long Ea, adv. that way,

Eccentricus, a, um. adj. Durēta, xe. f. 1. a vessel, Earites,æ.m.l. a bloodstone eccentricul

wuoden chair in a bath Eatěnus, far, so long, Eccheumatum, i. n. 2. a Duritas, atis. f. 3. churlish. thus far

purring out (see him ness, rigour, cruelty Eběnum, i. n. 2. vel Ebě Kcillum, pro ccce illum, Duriter, adv. iùs, comp. nus, i. f. 2. the ebon-tree, Eccīstam, pro ecce istan, hardly, painfully, harsh. ebony

see that ly, roughly, grievously EbYbo, běre, bi, bibytum. Ecclesya, . f. 1. a church, Duritya, æ, f. 1. hardness, act. 3. to drink up, drink, congregation firmness, brauniness, cru. suck dry by drinking, EcclesiasterYum. i. 1. 2. a elty, hird way of lije, forget, spend, waste place for public assemblies costiveness stupidity. Eblandyor, iri, itus sum. Ecclesiastes, v. m. 1.. 4 Duritiæ,


dep. 4. to get, or obtain preacher swellings

by flattery, or fair words, Eccůbi, adv. whither, angu Durities, ei, f. 5. hardness coat, charm; pass. to be where


Eccum, i. e. ecoe eum, Edico, ére, Ixi, ictum, act. 4. to sleep soundly look, there he is.

tu tell plainly, declare, | Edormisco, cěre. incep. 3. Ecdycus, i. m. 2. a proctor, advertise, publish by to sleep out solicitur (speak out edict, order

Educatio, onis. f. 3. edu. Ecfári (ex, fari), infin. to Edictairo, onis. f. 3. a de. cation, learning, breed. Echeneis, Ydis, f. 3. a sea. cluring

ing up, or nourishing læmprey

(the hydra Edictio, onis. f. 3. a charge, Educător, oris. m. 3. he Echidna, æ. f. l. a viper, or injunction

that brings up Echinātus, a, um. adj. co- Edicto, äre, freq. 1. to de Educātrix, icis. f. she who

vered with prickles, sharp, clare, pronounce, pro brings up, a nutie Tough

claim, tell, inform, make Edůco, are. act. 1. to edis. Echinus, i. m. 2. a hedge known

cate, teach, instruct, hog, sea-urchin, the prick. Edictuin, i. n. 2. an edict, bring up, cherish, main. ly shell of a chestnut, & command, ordinance, lain, feast vessel

public order, proclama- Educo, cěre, uxi, uctum, Echo, us. f. 4. an echo

act. 3. to lead, draw out, Eclecta, orum. pl. . 2. Edictus, a, um. pt. of edico leud forth, take, bring choice pieces EdTlis, é. adj. eatable

away, bring into the Ecligma, atis. n. 3. an elec. Edisco, cére, didici. act. 3. world, raise up, nourish, tuary

to get, or learn by heart, build Eclīpsis, is, f. 3. an eclipse learn perfectly, learn, Eductio, önis. f. 3. a lead. Eclipticus, a, um. adj. de discern, distinguish

ing out longing to an eclipse Edissěro, rěre, ui, tum. act. Eauctus, a, um. pt. of Ecloga, æ, f. 1. cclogue, 3. to declare, or rehearse, educo

(sweeten pastural aispute, or discourse Edulco, are. act.

1. to Eclogarfus, i. m. 2. a col. Edissertaito, onis. f. 3. a Edulis, e. adj. eatable tector of things read, a dissertation

Edulfum, i. n. 2. meat, scholar hearing lectures Edissertator, oris, m, 3. a food (hardening E contra, adv. on the con declarer

Eduratio, onis. f. 3. trury

Edissērto, äre, act. 1. to tell Edūre, adv. very hardly, Ecphora, &. f. a jutting, or particularly

very unkindiy bearing out

Editio, önis. f. 3. an edition, Eduro, are. 1. a. to en. Ecquando, adv. at what publication, exhibition of dure, harden

ime whether at any plays, naming, or creat. Edūrus, a, um. adj. very time but when ?


[allowed hard, tough, in kind, Ecquid, adv, whether or no, Editityus, a, um. adj. named, hard-hearted for ex

whether uny, whether, Editor, oris. n. 3. an edi. Ef, in composition stand whut

tur, setter furth, publish- Effabilis, e. 'adj. that may Ecquis, ecqua, ecquod, vel er, u terer

be spoken of, uttered, or ecquid, pruit. what, who, Eultus, a, um. pt. of edo, & expressed whether any man, vo adj. exalted, lofty, high Effarcio, Ire, tum. act. 4. man, or thing, whether Edo, děre, didi, arcum. act.

to stuff, fill, cram full at all

3. to speak, uiter, declare, Effascinatio, önis. i. 3. a Equispam, ænam, odnam, tell, proclaim, publish, bewitching, charis

vel idnam, pron. whether mare known, show, pro. Effascino, áre. act. 1. to any Iran, uinun, or duce, put forth, bring bewitch thing

jorth, lay

(euter Efātum, i. n. 2. a maxim; Ecquo, adv, whither

Edo, onis. m. 3. & great Effata, pl. sulein prayers, Ecstasis, is, f. 3. un ecs- Edo, děre, vel èsse, és, ēst, or speeches of divineri,

tucy, iTunce, sudden sut. ēdi, ēsum. vel ēstum, act. oracles, prophecies Frise

3. to eat, graze, devour, Effatus, a, um. pt. of effor Ectypum, i, n. 2. a copy consume, waste, corrode Effectio, onis. f. 3. an efEctypus, a, um, adj. cupied, Edocenter, adv. in a teach. Jecting, or making imitated

1918 way

Effective, adv. effectively Eculas, i, m. 2. a little Educěo, ére, cui, doctum. Effectivus, a, um. adj. ef

horse, cult, wooden horse act. to teach, instruct, fective (ker, finisher for punishment, rack certify, inform (ceo Effector, åris, m. 3. a maEducitas, ātis. f. 8. voracity Edôctus, a, um. pt. of edo- Effectrix, icis. f 3. she that Edax, acis. adj. issimus, Eddio, are. act.' 1. io pola makes, or procures sup. gluttonous, wasting' ish, finish

(ing Effectum, i. n. 2. an effect Edentarius, i, m. 2. a deu. Edomātio, onis. f. 8. a ian- Effectus, a, um, pt. of eftitist

Edonitus, a, um. pl. of cio Edênto (e, dens), are. act. Edomo, äre, ui, Itum. et. Effectus, us. m. 4. an effect, 1. to knuck, or dash out

1. to tame, make gentle, bringing to pass, Thing 4 persun's teeth (less conquer, subdue

made, siccess [äte Edenlulus, a, um. adj. tooth Edormio, ire, ivi, itum, act. Effeminate, rid. Effæmu.

Eile:āte, adv. madly, wildly statue, shape, pattern,re. Effæmino [ex, fæmina), Efferběo, ēre, bui. 11. 2. to presentation, resein āre. act. 1. to effeminate, be hot, or angry

blance, likeness, furi, to muke nice, or delicate Efferclo [ex, farcio), ire. in anner, shadow

Effete, adv. bartenly, weak. act. 4. to stutt, crum, fill Fiffigyo, äre, act. 1. to pot. ly, feebly. full


(vide, cut Effætus, vel Effetus, a, um. Eifēro, áre. act. 1. to make Effindo, děre, act. 3. to di. adj. past having young, wild, enrage

Effinyo, ère, nxi, ictum. a. or bearing fruit, barren, Effēro, iffers, extůli, ela. 3. to form, fashion, work, worn out, decuyed, bro

tum. act. $ neut. 3. to make, engrave, portray, ken, feeble, that hath carry ott, out, or away, represent, erpress, imitute Intely brought forth, carry, bring forth, pro. Eftio, ieri, factus. n. to be hatched duce, raise, advance, ex made, or done

Effor, äri, ätus sum. dep. 1. alt, praise, command, ex- Efflagitatio, onis. f. an ear. to spek, speak out, utter, tol, utter, pronounce, di nest request

pronounce vulge, make known, sur. Eflagitātus, us, m. 4. im. Eldror, āri. pass. to be mount, transport, disen portunity

bured through gage, ertricaie, bury EiHagito, áre. a. to desire, Effossio, onis.f.3. a digging Effērtus, a, um. pt. adj. ctive, extort, ask urgently up

(fodio issYmus, sup. stuffed, full, Emātus, us. m. 4. a breath- Efossus, a, um, pt. of efplentiful ing out

Effractarius, i, m. 2. EfracEffervěo, ēre, vi. n. 2. to be EMěn, ēre, ēvi, ētum, act. tor, Oris. m. 3. a burglur, very hot to weep out

or housebreaker Effervescentyn, æ. f. 1. a Emictim, adv. beyond mea. Effractus, a, um, pt. of efsudden boiling, anger, sure, utterly

fringo fury, tage

EMictío, onis. f. 3. torment | Effrælate, adv. tùs, comp. Effervěsco, cere. n. 3. to be EMictor, āri. Pass. to be Tashly, fiercely, unruly, very hot, boil over, ser. vexed, or toriented

loosely ment, rage, be chased, Eflictus, a, um. part. of Efrænatyo, Onis. f. untroubled, moved, be al. Eflīgo, gěre, ixi, ictum. a. bridled rashness layed, grow cool

3. to straiten, vea sore, Effrēnis, e. adj. unbridled Effervo, věre, vi. neut. 3. to totinent

[out Effrēno, äre, act. 1. to un. boil uver Effio, are. act. 1. to breathe

bridle Effērus, a, um, adj. wild, Emoreo, ēre. ui. n. 2. to Effrēnus, a, um. adj. Nne, savage, cruel, outrageous, bloom, blow

bridled, rash, headstrong, distracted, fierce, eager Emorēsco, cěre, neut. 3. to unruly, ungovernable Efficacya, me. 1. 1. efficacy, blow, spring forth, four. Efricatio, onis. f. 3. a rubforce

(power ish greatly, be distin bing out Efficacitas, atis,f.3. efficacy, guished, be copions Effryco, are. act. 1. to rub Efficaciter, adv. effectuully, EMēnter, adv. abundantly ft, or out

with effect, or power Efuentia, æ. f. 1. a flowing Edingo (ex, frango), gěre, Efficax, acis. adj. effica out, fux, issue

rēgi, ractum, set. 3. to cious, ffertual, effective, Efio, uěre, ûxi, üctum. n. break up, or open, break toiling effectually, labo 3. to flow, run out, leak, down, or in piecei, break rious, active, furcible, run over, abound, slip, into, enfeebie, weaken strong, powerful, having pass away, be published Effrons, tis.c.g. adj. shame. power, able,' available, abroad, decay. be quite

less, bold prevalent

lost, be forgotten

Effagio, gěre, ūgi, Ytum. a. Efficiënter, adv. casually, Efluvium, i. n. 2. a flowing $11.3. tu escupe, My, shun, with effect


avoid Efficientia,æ. f. 1.efficiency, Emaus, a, um. adj.running Effuglum, i. n. 2. a flight,

the virtue, or power to Effoco (ex, faux), are. act. escape, escaping, shuns effect

1. to chrittle, to choke, or ning, place to escape, pasEfficio sex, facio), cére, strangle

sage, way to escape fēci, frctum. act. 3. Effodio, děre, odi, ossum, a. Effulcro, ire, a. 4. to prop, eff-ct, bring about, or to 3. to dig oui, pull out, or hold up puss, accomplish, fulfil, grieve sote, wound, pain Effulgeo, ere, 1si, Isum. n. do, perform, procure, get, Effæmināte, adv. eifemi 2. tu shine furih, or out, make, render, take care, nately, wom inly, tender appear, glitter prevent, prove, conclude, ly, lasciviously

Effulgidus, a, um. adj. shin. supply, serve instead of Effæminātus, vel Effemina

ing, clear Efficilo, onis. f. 3. an ex. tus, a, um. pt. & adj. ior, Effùigo, gěre, Isi, n. 3. to pressing

(fingo comp. issimus, sup. effe. shine bright {fulcio Eietus, a, um. pt. of ef minate, womanlike, wo Effultus, a, um. pt. of ef. Effigia, æ, 1. 1. an image manish, tender, delicate, 'Efüudens, tis. ot. pouring Effigies, zi. f. 5. an image, nice



Efündo, děre, ūdi, ūsum. a. part, leave, embark, land, Ejuncidus, &,

adj. 3. to pour, or issue out, go beyond, transgress

dwindled awly, dry, lean, shed, spill, drop, empty, Egregie, adv. excellently, feeble

[oath discharge, put, or bring extraordinarily, rarely, Ejūno, adv. by Juno, an forth, spread abroad, teli, accurately

Ejaratío, önis. f. 3. a reTelaté,invish, spend,waste, Egregyus, a, um. adj. egre nouncing consurre, discomfort, rout, gious, excellent, noble, Ejūro, āre. act. 1. to sweat strike off

eminent, extraordinary, against, quit, resign, sur. Effūse, adv. out of measure, singular, choice, chosen render on outh

prodigally, with all speed, Egressyo, önis. f. 3. a going Ejuscemodi, adj. indecl. of vehemenily, passionately orth, a digression

the suine sort, of the like Effusio, onis. f. 3. an effi- Egressus, a, of egre.

kind sion, pouring out, prodi. dior

Ejusdemmodi, adj. indecl. gality, wste, rout, con- Egrēssus, us m. an egress, of the same sort pany, inultitude, excessive going forth, debarking Ejusmodi, adj. indecl, such dilatation

Egăla, . f. 1. a kind of like, of the same surt, or Effusūrus, a, um. pt. about brimstone to whiten wool kind

to pour out [fundo Egurgito (è, gurges), āre. Elābor, bi, āpsus sum. dep. Effusus, a, um, pt. of ef. act. l. to empty, draw out,

3. to slide, or slip away, Effutro, ire, ivi, itum. a. 4. disgorge

escape, full out to prate, or spenk foolish-Ehe, interj. alas! ha! Elaborate, adv. accurately, ly, blab out, utter Ehem, inierj; O strange!

with pains Effutitius, a, um. adj. fool. hah ! ahah!

Elaboro, äre, neut. & act. 1. ishly blabbed, tatiled, or Eheu, interj. ah, alas! well. to labout, take pains, enuttered (ber a-day!

deavour, aim at, work, Efutītor, oris. m. 3.a klab. Eho, interjwhat! for God's

cause, prucute sake! O strange! won. Elacăte, es. f. 1. a tunny spend, or lavish

derful! how!

Elācto, are, act. 1. to give upon mistresses Ehõdum, adv. come hither suck

(lumentable Egelydus, a, um, adj. luke- Eja, interj.good sir! away! Elamentabilis, e. adj. very worm; very cold

O fy!

Elanguě, ēre. gui, n. 2. to Egentyor, ius. adj. comp. Ejaculatio, onis, f. 3. an languish, droop, or pine wery poor

ejaculation, casting away, slake, or cool Egēnus, a, um. adj. wanting, forth in a sling (out Elanguēsco, cere, inc. 3. to destitute, distressed, ue- Ejacŭlo, āre. act. 1. to shoot languish, grow faint, cessitous, poor

Ejacủlor, āri, ātus sum.dep. cold, or remiss Egéo, ēre, gui. n. 2. to need, 1. to shoot, dart, cast afar Elang uyde, adv. faintly, stand in need of, want, be off, spout, squirt out weakly (faint, feeble in unnt

Ejectamēntum, i. n. 2. what Elanguidus, a, um. adj. Egernino, āre. act. 1. to the water casteth up to Elapido, āre. act. 1. to rid bud forth land, jetsoin

of stones

(bor Egěro, rĕre, ēssi, ēstum. a. Ejectatio, önis. f. 3. a cast- Elāpsus, a, um. pt. of ela. 3. to bear, or carry out, ing, or throwing out Elaquěo, áre. a. 1. io en cast, or spout oui, pass EjectYo, onis. f. 3. a casting suure, unsold over, spend

out, spitting [out Elargyor, iri, itus sum. dep. Egēstas, ātis. f. 3. extreme Ejectitus, a, um, adj. cast 4. to give largely and poverty, indigence, beg. Ejecto [è, jacto), āre. act. 1. bountifully, to bestow

gary, lack, or wint to cast, throw out often, Elassésco, cěre, inc. 3. to Egestio, onis. f. 3. casting vomit, discharge

grow weary, decay, or Jorth, voiding, discharge, Ejēctus, a, um. pt. of ejicio wear out laying out

Ejēctas, us. m. 4. a throw- Elăte, ēs. f. 1. a date-tree Egestuosus, & Egestosus,

ing out

Elāte, adv. iùs, comp. suba, um, adj. very poor, or Ejero [è, juro), are. neut. 1. limely, lofrily, proudly, needy

[dung to except aguinst a judge, haughtily, arrogantly Egestum, i. n. 2. Ordure, or court

Elatio, onis. f. 3. a lifting, Egéstus, a, um. pt. of egero Ejicio [è, jacio), cére, jēci, or taking up, height, Egēstus, us. m. u casting jēctum. act. 3. to eject, Inftiness, snblimity,greatJurth, or out

cast, drive, or thrust out, ness of soul, magnani. Egigno, něre. a. 3. to grow, banish, reinove, throw ur, mity produce

vomit, miscarry, cast of Elatītes, æ. m. l. a blood. Ego, pron. I

hurry out, discover


(barking Egomet, pron. I myself Ejulatio, onis, f. 3. a wail. Elatratyo, onis. f. 3. a Egone, pron. who 1

ing, 4 crying out

Elātro, āre. act. 1. to bark, Eyredyor [è, gradior), i, es- Ejalātus, us. m. a wailing, speak loud sus suin. dep. 3. to step

a lamenting [wail, yell | Elátus, a, um. pt. of effero, rth, or out, go oul, de- ) Ejūlo, äre, n. 1. to cry, to f adj. clated, buried, logo


or boil

ty, sublime, hnughty, ar thing, the sea

ENno, čre, lēvi, a. 3. to blot Togant (with praise Elenchus, i. m. an argu. out, rase

[ping Elaudo, áre. act. 1. to name ment, or confutation ; a Eliquámen, Ynis. n. 3. ripe Elivo, are, vi, lotum, et drop for women's ears; a Eliquesco, cěre. incep, 3. to

Jautuin, act. 1. to wash table in a book to sheu melt clean, to rinse, or scour places

Elyquo, āre. A. li to mell, Elautus, a, um. pt. of elavo Electicus, a, um, adj. re. make liquid, clarify, Elécebra, e. f. 1. an allure prehensive, sharp, keen strain, consume, spend; inent, iure; a wheedler, Elephantia, æ. f.1. the scur. to sing softly, or effemi. vy, the leprosy

nately Electe, adv. iùs, comp. Elephantiăcus, a, um, adj. Elisio, onis. f. 3. an elision, choicely, distinctly


(prosy squeezing, the cutting off ElectYlis, e. adj. choice, nice Elephantišsis, is. f. 3. a le a vowel in verse at the Electio, onis. f. 3. election, Elephantynus, a, um, adj. of end of a word or choice

[to allure an elephant ; of, or like Elisus, a, um. pt. of elido Elécto [è, lacto), are. a. 1. ivory

Elix, Tcis. m. 3. a gutter, a Eléctor, oris. m. 3. an elec.Elephantiosus, a, um. adj. drain

(boiling tur, chooser

full of scurt, or leprosy, Elisatim, adv; by way of Electrifer, a, um, adj. bear. Tongh

Elixatūra, æ. f. l. a boiling ing anber

Elephāntus, i. m. 2. an ele. Elīxo, āre. act. 1. to seethe, Eléctrum, i, n. 2. amber phunt, monster, kind of ElectuarTum, i. n. 2. an lobster, ivory

Elixus, a, um. pt. boiled, electuary

Eléphas, antis. m. 3. an ele. seethed, sodden, puistenElēctus, a, um, pt. of eligo, phant; the leprosy

ed, wet & adj. elected, chosen, se- Elevatio, onis. f. a debas- Ellam, pro en illam, see lect ing, icssening

where she is Elēctus, us. m. 4. election, Elevies, ēi, f. 5. a winnow. Ellipsis, is. f. 3. a defect, choice


secrion of a cone, figure Eleemosyna, æ. l. 1. alus, Elèvo, are. act. 1. to lift, or Ellops, opís. m. 3. a choice Eleemosynarfus, 2. an heave up, extenunte, di fish, a sturgeon almoner

minish, lessen, slighi, dis- Ellum, pro en illum, see Eleemosynor, ari. dep. 1. to parage, undervalue

where he is receive along

Elibo, äre. act. 1. to taste, Ellychnyum, i. n. 2. a wick Elegans, tis. adj. elegant,

or pour out

Eloco, are. a. 1. to remove, fine, handsome, neat, de Elces, ium. pl. m. 3. gut. or pnt out of place, let licate, dainty, trim, po. ters, water drains, to hire, let to farm, dis. lite, eloquent, critical, courses

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pitch upon

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[quence verse, an elegy

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