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An Elementary Dictionary of the English Language. by Joseph E. Worcester, LL. D. - Joseph E (Joseph Emerson) Worcester

An Elementary Dictionary of the English Language. by Joseph E. Worcester, LL. D.

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Published: 13th September 2006
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1860 Excerpt: ...a. Generous; bountiful; free; candid. Lib-er-al'j-ty, 7i. Bounty; generosity; candor. Lib'er-al-ize, V. a. To make liberal, catholic. LtB'ER-L-LY, ad. Bountifully; largely; freely. LtB'ER-ATE, v. a. To free; to set free. ance. Lib-er-a'tiqn, n. Act of setting free; deliver LlB'ER-A-TpR, w. One who liberates, rake. Lib'er-tine, 7i. One who lives dissolutely; a Lib'er-tine, a. Lax in morals; licentious j dissolute; immoral. LIBERTINISM 172 LINAMENT Lib'er-tin-i m, -. Licentiousness; dissoluteness; debauchery. leave. Lib'er-ty, n. Freedom; privilege; permission; LJ-BID'I-NOUS, a. Lewd; lustful; licentious. LJ-BID'J-NOUS-LY, ad. Lewdly; lustfully. Ll'BRA, n. L. Balance, 7th sign in the zodiac. Lj-bra'ri-an, n. One who has care of a library. Li-bra'ri-an-ship, n. The office of a librarian. Ll'BRA-RY, ' n. Collection of books; a book-room. Li'brate, v. a. To poise; to hold in equipoise. Li-bra'tion, n. The act of balancing; equipoise. Iii'BKA-TO-Rf, a. Balancing; playing or moving Lice, n. The plural of louse, like a balance. Ll'CENSE, n. Permission; liberty; excess. Li/cense, v. a. To permit by a legal grant. Li'cen-ser, n. A granter of permission. Li-cen'ti-ate (li-sen'she-at), n. One who has a license to practise any profession, dissolute. Li-cen'tious (li-sen'shus), a. Unrestrained; Ll-CEN'Tioys-LY (-sen'shus-le), ad. Disorderly. Li-cen'tious-ness (-sen'shii8-nes), ?i. Excess. LICHEN, n. A plant of cellular structure. LlCK, v. a. To pass the tongue over; to lap. Lick, w. A stroke with the tongue; a blow. LICK'ER-ISH, a. Nice; fastidious: --greedy. Lic'o-rice, n. A plant; a sweet root. Lic'tor, n. L. An officer among the Romans. LID, n. A cover for a pan, box, fcc. line salt. LIE, or Lye, n. Water impregnated with alka LIE (li), n. A criminal falsehood;

ISBN: 9781425542931
ISBN-10: 142554293X
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 404
Published: 13th September 2006
Publisher: University of Michigan Library
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.56