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Page AVARICIOUS-avaricious, miserly, parsimonious, nig- To BANISH-to banish, exile, expel..

205 gardly.... 141 BANKRUPTCY-insolvency, failure, bankruptcy..

89 AUDACITY--audacity, effrontery, hardihood or hardiness, BANQUET— feast, banquet, carousal, entertainment, treat. 656

110 To BANTER-to deride, mock, ridicule, rally, banter. ... 57 To AVENGE-to avenge, revenge, vindicate...

80 BARBAROUS-cruel, inhuman, barbarous, brutal, savage.. 452 To AVER-to affirm, asseverate, assure, vouch, aver, pro

Bare-bare, naked, uncovered

270 test.... 550 BARE—bare, scanty, destitute

270 AVERSE-adverse, averse. 104 BARE—bare, mere.

271 AVERSE-averse, unwilling, backward, loth, reluctant.. 104 BAREFACED-glaring, barefaced

602 AVERSION-aversion, antipathy, dislike, hatred, repug- BARGAIN—agreement, contract, covenant, compact, bar

105
gain

127 AUGMENTATION-increase, addition, accession, augmenta- To BARGAIN—to buy, purchase, bargain, cheapen.... 395 tion.....

414 To BARTER— to change, exchange, barter, substitute.. 394 To AUGUR-to augur, presage, forebode, betoken, portend, 43 To BARTER—to exchange, barter, truck, commute.... 395 AUGUST—magisterial, majestic, stately, pompous, august,

Base-base, vile, mean

122 dignified... 569 Basis-foundation, ground, basis.

634 AVIDITY—avidity, greediness, eagerness... 142 BASHFUL—modest, bashful, diffident.

123 AVOCATION-business, occupation, employment, engage

BATTLE-battle, conibat, engagement.

112 ment, avocation. 389 To Be—to be, exist, subsist.

255 To Avoid—to avoid, eschew, shun, elude. 677 To Be-to be, become, grow

256 To Avow-to acknowledge, own, confess, avow

551 To Be ACQUAINTED WITH—to know, be acquainted with, 192 AUSPICIOUS-favorable, propitious, auspicious. 184 BEAM-gleam, glimmer, ray, beam.

602 AUSTERE-austere, rigid, severe, rigorous, stern. 464 To BEAR—to bear, yield.

388 AUTHOR—writer, author ... 397 | To Bear—to bear, carry, convey, transport.

388 AUTHORITATIVE-commanding, imperative, imperious, To BEAR-to suffer, bear, endure, support.

124 authoritative .....

176 To BEAR DOWN-to overbear, bear down, overpower, AUTHORITY-influence, authority, ascendancy, sway.... 178

overwhelm, subdue

117 AUTHORITY-power, strength, force, authority, dominion, 178 BEAST-animal, brute, beast ...

653 To AUTHORIZE—to commission, authorize, empower.... 177 | To BEAT- to beat, strike, hit ....

114 To Await—to await, wait for, look for, expect...... 512 To BEAT—to beat, defeat, overpower, rout, overthrow 114 To AWAKEN—to awaken, excite, provoke, rouse, stir up, 359 BEATIFICATION— beatification, canonization.

30 AWARE--aware, on one's guard, apprized, conscious. ... 528 BEATITUDE-happiness, felicity, bliss, blessedness, beatiAwe-awe, reverence, dread.

354
tude....

482 AWKWARD-awkward, clumsy. 366 BEAU-gallant, beau, spark...

462 AWKWARD-awkward, cross, untoward, crooked, froward,

BEAUTIFUL-beautiful, fine, handsome, pretty.

363 perverse ... 366 TO BECOME-to be, become, grow....

256 AWRY-bent, curved, crooked, awry...

367 BECOMING—becoming, decent, seemly, fit, suitable 265 Axiom-axiom, maxim, aphorism, apophthegm, saying, BECOMING-becoming, comely, graceful

363 adage, proverb, byeword, saw.

213 To BE CONSCIOUS—to feel, be sensible, be conscious 455

To Be DEFICIENT-to fail, fall short, be deficient. 88 To BABBLE-to babble, chatter, chat, prattle, prate.... 577 To BEDEw-to besprinkle, bedew.

421 BACK

To Beg—to beg, desire....

136 313 BACKWARD

To Beg—to beg, beseech, solicit, entreat, supplicate, imBACKWARD-averse, unwilling, backward, loath, reluc

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plore, crave.

136 100 To Beg- to ask, beg, request.

136 BAD-bad, wicked, evil.. 92 To Begin-to begin, commence, enter upon

332 Badge—mark, badge, stigma. .

561 BEGINNING—origin, original, beginning, rise, source... 332 BADLY_badly, ill. 92 To BEGUILE—to amuse, beguile..

477 To BAFFLE—to baffle, defeat, disconcert, confound. 115 BEHAVIOUR-behaviour, conduct, carriage, deportment, To BALANCE-to poise, balance.

447
demeanor.,

186 Ball-globe, ball..... 637 BEHIND-after, behind...

313 BAND-band, company, crew, gang. . 625 BEHIND-back, backward, behind.

313 BAND-chain, fetter, band, shackle.. 222 To BEHOLD—to look, see, behold, view, eye

610 BANE-bane, pest, ruin.

641 BEHOLDER-looker on, spectator, beholder, observer.... 611

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Page BELIEF-belief, credit, trust, faith. ..... 20 Bill-account, reckoning, bill .....

539 To BELIEVE-to think, suppose, imagine, believe, deem . 16 Billow-wave, billow, surge, breaker..

422 BELOVED—amiable, lovely, beloved... 458 To BIND—to bind, tie ....

222 BELOW-under, below, beneath. ..., 313 To Bind- to bind, oblige, engage

222 To BEMOAN—to bewail, bemoan, lament . 594 BISHOPRIC—bishopric, diocese ,

31 BEND— bend, bent ....

368 To Blame-to blame, reprove, reproach, upbraid, censure, To BEND- to lean, incline, bend....

139
condemn ..

66 To BEND-to turn, bend, twist, distort, wring, wrest, To BLAME-to find fault with, blame, object to..... 70 wrench.

368 BLAMELESS-blameless, irreproachable, unblemished, unBENEATH-under, below, beneath

313
spotted or spotless ..

95 BENEFACTION-gift, present, donation, benefaction. 145 BLAST—breeze, gale, blast, gust, storm, tempest, hurricane, 422 BENEFICE-living, benefice.. 255 To BLAZE-flame, blaze, flash, flare, glare

602 BENEFICENCE-benevolence, beneficence.. 147 BLEMISH-blemish, stain, spot, speck, flaw...

91 BENEFICENT— beneficent, bountiful, or bounteous, muni- BLEMISH-blemish, defect, fault..

91 ficent, generous, liberal...

146 To BLEND—to mix, mingle, blend, confound .... 320 BENEFIT-benefit, favor, kindness, civility.

148 BLESSEDNESS-happiness, felicity, bliss, blessedness, beatiBENEFIT-benefit, service, good office.....

149
tude

... 482 BENEFIT-advantage, benefit, utility, service, avail, use. 487 BLIND-cloak, mask, blind, vail...

... 660 BENEFIT-good, benefit, advantage

486 Bliss-happiness, felicity, bliss, blessedness, beatitude .. 482 BENEVOLENCE-benevolence, beneficence..

147 BLOODY BENEVOLENCE-benevolence, benignity, humanity, kind- BLOODTHIRSTY

}sanguinary, bloody, bloodthirsty...... 648 ness, tenderness....

147 To Blot out—to blot out, expunge, rase or erase, efface, BENIGNITY—benevolence, benignity, humanity, kindness,

cancel, obliterate....

268 tenderness . 147 Blow-blow, stroke ....

114 BENT/bend, bent..... 368 BLUNDER-error, mistake, blunder.

89 BENT—bent, curved, crooked, awry.. 367 To Boast—to glory, boast, vaunt ...

675 Bent-bent, bias, inclination, prepossession. 139 BOATMAN-waterman, boatman, ferryman

398 BENT— turn, bent. ... 368 BODILY-corporal, corporeal, bodily.

652 BENUMBED-numb, benumbed, torpid . 449 Body-body, corpse, carcase.

652 To BEQUEATH-to devise, bequeath...

146 BOISTEROUs-violent, furious, boisterous, vehement, imTo BEREAVE—to bereave, deprive, strip.....

643
petuous

226 To BE RESPONSIBLE to guarantee, be security, be re- Bold-bold, fearless, intrepid, undaunted.

352 } To Be SECURITY sponsible, warrant.. 173 BOLD—daring, bold

111 To Be SENSIBLE-to feel, be sensible, conscious 455 BOLD—strenuous, bold.

111 To BESEEcu-to beg, beseech, solicit, entreat, supplicate, BOLDNESS-audacity, effrontery, hardihood or hardiness, implore, crave

136
boldness.....

.. 110 Besides—besides, moreover, ... 272 BOMBASTIC-turgid, tumid, bombastic,

.. 584 BESIDES-besides, except.. 273 BONDAGE-servitude, slavery, bondage.

.. 386 To Bestow-to give, grant, bestow, allow.. 142 Booty-booty, spoil, prey.

.. 646 To Bestow-to confer, bestow.

150 BORDER_border, edge, rim or brim, brink, margin, verge, 163 BETIMES—soon, early, betimes 289 To BORE—to penetrate, pierce, perforate, bore.

493 To BETOKEN—to augur, presage, forebode, betoken, To BOUND—to bound, limit, confine, circumscribe, restrict, 162 portend 43 BOUNDARY-bounds, boundary....

164 To BETTER—to amend, correct, reform, rectify, emend, BOUNDARY–term, limit, boundary.

165 improve, mend, better

200 BOUNDLESS-boundless, unbounded, unlimited, infinite.. 164. To Bewail-to bewail, bemoan, lament. 504 BOUNDS-bounds, boundary..

164 BEYOND-above, over, upon, beyond ...

313 | BOUNTEOUS Bras-bent, bias, inclination, prepossession. 139 BOUNTIFUL ficent, generous, liberal....

146 Bias_bias, prepossession, prejudice.. 140 BRACE—couple, brace, pair

540 To Bid—to call, bid, summon, invite 591 To BRAVE—to brave, defy, dare, challenge.

108 To Bid—to offer, bid, tender, propose.... 149 BRAVERY—bravery, courage, valor, gallantry.

109 To Bip ADIEU 2 to leave, take leave, bid farewell or

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.. 638 To Bin FAREWELLS adieu..

278 BREAK BiG-great, large, big ... 416 To BREAK-to break, rack, rend, tear...

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To BREAK—to break, bruise, squeeze, pound, crush .... 639 To CALCULATE—to calculate, compute, reckon, count,
To BREAK—to break, burst, crack, split ..

640
number

538
BREAKER—wave, billow, surge, breaker...
422 CALENDAR-calendar, almanack, ephemeris .

539 To BREED—to breed, engender. 633 To Call-to call, bid, summon, invite.

591 BREED—race, generation, breed 633 To Call—to cry, exclaim, call....

593 BREEDING-education, instruction, breeding 194 To Call-to name, call....

594 BREEZE-breeze, gale, blast, gust, storm, tempest, hurri- CALLOUS—hard, callous, hardened, obdurate

451 422 CALM-calm, composed, collected,

435 BRIEF-short, brief, concise, succinct, summary. 323 Calm-calm, placid, serene.

435 BRIGHT-clear, lucid, bright, vivid.. 602 To Calm-to appease, calm, pacify, quiet, still

433 BRIGHTNESS

CALM-peace, quiet, calm, tranquillity.

434 BRILLIANCY

} brightness, lustre, splendor, brilliancy ... 599 To Calumniate—to asperse, detract, defame, slander, BRILLIANCY-radiance, brilliancy.

601
calumniate.

60 Brim—border, edge, rim or brim, brink, margin, verge.. 163 Can-can, may....

379 To BRING—to bring, fetch, carry....

389 To CANCEL—to abolish, abrogate, repeal, revoke, annul, BRINK-border, edge, rim or brim, brink, margin,

267 verge

163 To CANCEL~to blot out, expunge, rase or erase, efface, BRISK-active, brisk, agile, nimble.

339
cancel, obliterate

268
BRITTLE-fragile, frail, brittle.
640 CANDID—candid, open, sincere.

534 BROAD-large, wide, broad

415 CANDID— frank, candid, ingenuous, free, open, plain.... 535 BROIL—quarrel, broil, feud, affray or fray ... 101 CANONIZATION— beatification, canonization

30 To BRUISE—to break, bruise, squeeze, pound, crush 639 CAPACIOUS-ample, spacious, capacious

417 BRUTAL-cruel, inhuman, barbarous, brutal, savage 452 CAPACIOUS

160 BRUTE-animal, brute, beast.

653 CAPACITY To Bup-to sprout, bud. · 421 CAPACITY-ability, capacity..

5 BUFFOON-fool, idiot, buffoon ... 491 CAPRICE-humor, caprice

471 To BUILD-10 build, erect, construct

635 CAPRICIOUs—fanciful, fantastical, capricious, whimsical.. 468 To Build—to found, ground, rest, build.

634 Captious-captious, cross, peevish, petulant, fretful.... 367 BULK-size, magnitude, greatness, bulk

415 To CAPTIVATE-to charm, enchant, fascinate, enrapture, BULKY-bulky, massive...

415
captivate. ...

369
BURDEN-weight, burden, load.
446 To CAPTIVATE-to enslave, captivate...

370 BURDEN-freight, cargo, lading, load, burden.

400 CAPTIVITY—confinement, imprisonment, captivity. 166 BURDENSOME-heavy, burdensome, weighty, ponderous.. 446 CAPTURE—capture, seizure, prize.

645 BURIAL~burial, interment, sepulture.... 29 CARCASE-body, corpse, carcase.

652 BURLESQUE—wit, humor, satire, irony, burlesque... 8 CARE-care, solicitude, anxiety.

526 BURNING-hot, fiery, burning, ardent.... 601 CARE-care, concern, regard .

527 To Burst—to break, burst, crack, split .. 640 CARE-care, charge, management.

527 BUSINESS—business, occupation, employment, engage- CARE-heed, care, attention....

529
ment, avocation..
389 CAREFUL-careful, cautious, provident

527
BUSINESS-business, trade, profession, art
390 CAREFUL-attentive, careful.

526 BUSINESS-business, office, duty.. 390 CARELESS-indolent, supine, listless, careless.

344 BUSINESS-affair, business, concern.

391 CARELESS-negligent, remiss, careless, thoughtless, heedBUSTLE-bustle, tumult, uproar

226
less, inattentive..

525
Busy-active, busy, officious
339 To CARESS -- to caress, fondle

457 BUTCHERY-carnage, slaughter, massacre, butchery 651 Cargo-freight, cargo, lading, load, burden...

400 BUTT-mark, butt..... 562 CARNAGE-carnage, slaughter, massacre, butchery...

651 To Buy-to buy, purchase, bargain, cheapen.

395 CAROUSAL-feast, banquet, carousal, entertainment, treat, 656 BYE-WORD——axiom, maxim, aphorism, apophthegm, say- To CARP-to censure, carp, cavil. .....

69 ing, adage, proverb, bye-word, saw...... 213 CARRIAGE-carriage, gait, walk

187

CARRIAGE-behaviour, conduct, carriage, deportment,
CABAL—combination, cabal, plot, conspiracy

620
demeanour...

186
To CAJOLE—to coax, wheedle, cajole, fawn. ...
674 | To CARRY-to bear, carry, convey, transport

388 CALAMITY –calamity, disaster, misfortune, mischance, To CARRY—to bring, fetch, carry.

389
mishap.
499 CASE-case, cause,

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527 CABH-money, cash ... 403 CHARGE-attack, assault, encounter, onset, charge

76 To Cast—to cast, throw, hurl.... 350 Charge-cost, expence, price, charge....

543 Cast-cast, turn, description, character 589 CHARGE_office, place, charge, function ....

392 CASUAL-accidental, incidental, casual, contingent.. 157 To CHARGE—to accuse, charge, impeach, arraign

68 CASUAL-occasional, casual .... 517 Charm-grace, charm ....

365 CASUALTY—accident, contingency, casualty 156 CHARM-pleasure, joy, delight, charm

481 CATALOGUE-list, roll, catalogue, register

590 To CHARM—to charm, enchant, fascinate, enrapture, capTo CATCH-to lay or take hold of, catch, seize, snatch,

tivate

369

363 grasp, gripe.

252 CHARMING—delightful, charming To Cavil—to censure, carp, cavil 69 CHARMS-attractions, allurements, charms.

371 CAVITY-opening, aperture, cavity 494 CHASM-breach, break, gap, chasm

638 CAUSB-case, cause. 315 To CHASTEN—to chasten, chastise

204 CAUSE-cause, reason, motive 19 CHASTITY—chastity, continence, modesty

264 To Cause—to cause, occasion, create 335 | To CHASTISE-to chasten, chastise ...

204 CAUTION-admonition, warning, caution, 188 To Chat-to babble, chatter, chat, prattle, prate

577 CAUTIOUS—careful, cautious, provident

527 CHATTELS--goods, furniture, chattels, moveables, effects, 402 CAUTIOUS-cautious, wary, circumspect

528 To CHATTER—to babble, chatter, chat, prattle, prate 577 To CEASE—to cease, leave off, discontinue, desist ...... 281 To CHEAPEN—to buy, purchase, bargain, cheapen 395 To Cede-to give up, deliver, surrender, yield, cede, To CHEAT—to cheat, defraud, trick

673 concede 259 To Check—to check, curb, control...

230 CELEBRATED-famous, celebrated, renowned, illustrious 597 | To CHECK—to check, chide, reprimand, reprove, rebuke, 67 CELERITY—quickness, swiftness, fleetness, celerity, rapi- To CHECKto check, stop...

283 dity, velocity

288 To CHEER- to animate, inspire, enliven, cheer, exhiliCELESTIAL-celestial, heavenly

24
rate

425 To CENSURE—to censure, animadvert, criticize.. 69 | To Cheer—to cheer, encourage, comfort

426 To CENSURE—to accuse, censure 68 CHEERFUL-cheerful, merry, sprightly, gay

475 To CENSURE—to censure, carp, cavil... 69 CHEERFUL-glad, pleased, joyful, cheerful

480 To CENSURE—to blame, reprove, reproach, upbraid, cen- To Cherish-to nourish, nurture, cherish.....

456 66 To CHERISH—to foster, cherish, harbor, indulge

457 CEREMONIOUS— formal, ceremonious

335 To CHIDE—to check, chide, reprimand, reprove, rebuke . 67 CEREMONY-form, ceremony, rite, observance. 27 CHIEF-chief, principal, main.

207 CERTAIN-certain, sure, secure 441 Chief-chief, leader, chieftain, head

206 CESSATION— cessation, stop, rest, intermission

281 CHIEFLY-especially, particularly, principally, chiefly 207 CHACE-forest, chace, park 302 CHIEFTAIN—chief, leader, chieftain, head ....

206 CHACE-hunt, chace.. 302 CHILDISH-childish, infantine...

492 To Chape-to rub, chafe, fret, gall ... 357 Chill-chill, cold

658 CAAGRIN—vexation, mortification, chagrin... 84 To CHOAK-to suffocate, stifle, smother, choak

230 CHAIN—chain, fetter, band, shackle 222 CHOICE-option, choice

248 To CHALLENGE-to brave, defy, dare, challenge 108 CHOLER—anger, choler, rage, fury..

79 CHAMPION—combatant, champion 102 To Choose - to choose, prefer...

246 CHANCE-chance, fortune, fate 154 To CHOOSE—to choose, pick, select..

247 CHANCE—chance, probability 155 To CHOOSE—to choose, elect

247 CHANCE—chance, hazard. ...

155 CHRONICLES -anecdotes, memoirs, chronicles, annals.. CHANCE-accident, chance 156 CHURCH-temple, church..

26 To CHANCE-to happen, chance .... 156 CIRCLE-circle, sphere, orb, globe

162 To CHANGE-to change, alter, vary 319 CIRCUIT-circuit, tour, round....,

162 To Change—to change, exchange, barter, substitute 394 To CIRCULATE-to spread, circulate, propagate, dissemi-: CHANGE-change, variation, vicissitude .....

319
nate

410 CHARACTER—character, letter.... 193 To CIRCUMSCRIBE-to circumscribe, inclose

161 CHARACTER-cast, turn, description, character

589 To CIRCUMSCRIBE—to bound, limit, confine, circumscribe, CHARACTER-character, reputation....

596
restrict..

162 TO CHARACTERIZE-to name, denominate, style, entitle, CIRCUMSPECT-cautious, wary, circumspect

528 designate, characterize ...... 595 CIRCUMSTANCE-circumstance, situation. . .

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Page CIRCUMSTANCE-incident, fact 158 | To COLLECT-to assemble, muster, collect ..

621 CIRCUMSTANTIAL-circumstantial, particular, minute 158 To COLLECT—to gather, collect ...

248 To CITE-to cite, quote 592 COLLECTED—calm, composed, collected

435 To CITE—to cite, summon

592 COLLECTION—assembly, assemblage, group, collection .. 622 Civil-civil, polite

195 COLLOQUY-conversation, dialogue, conference, colloquy, 578 Civil-civil, obliging, complaisant... 196 To Color—to color, dye, tinge, stain...

660 CIVILITY-benefit, favor, kindness, civility. 148 COLOR—color, hue, tint

661 CIVILIZATION -cultivation, culture, civilization, refine- COLORABLE-colorable, specious, ostensible, plausible,

194

feasible ment

661 Claim-right, claim, privilege 239 COLUMN—pillar, column ...

636 CLAIM-pretension, claim.. 240 COMBAT-battle, combat, engagement.

112 To Claim—to ask, or ask for, claim, demand.. 238 COMBAT-conflict, combat, contest

113 CLAMOROUS-loud, noisy, high-sounding, clamorous 594 To COMBAT—to combat, oppose

101 CLAMOR-noise, cry, outcry, clamor 592 COMBATANT-combatant, champion..

102 CLANDESTINE-clandestine, secret 667 COMBINATION—association, combination..

620 To CLASP—to clasp, hug, embrace

457 COMBINATION-combination, cabal, plot, conspiracy 620 CLASS-class, order, rank, degree... 309 | To COMBINE—to connect, combine, unite

517 To Class—to class, arrange, range. . 310 | To Come—to come, arrive

346 CLEAR-apparent, visible, clear, plain, obvious, evident, COMELY--becoming, comely, graceful

363 manifest. 604 COMELY-graceful, comely, elegant..

366 CLEAR-clear, lucid, bright, vivid 602 COMFORT-comfort, pleasure

427 CLEAR-clear, fair ... 604 To COMFORT—to cheer, encourage, comfort

426 To CLEAR—to absolve, acquit, clear 172 | To COMFORT—to console, solace, comfort

426 CLEARLY-clearly, distinctly ...

603 COMIC

| laughable, ludicrous, ridiculous, comical or CLEARNESS-clearness, perspicuity 603 COMICAL S comic, droll....

56 To CLEAVE—to stick, cleave, adhere

518 COMMAND-command, order, injunction, precept, manCLEMENCY_clemency, lenity, mercy

429
date

176 CLERGYMAN-clergyman, parson, priest, minister 30 COMMANDING-commanding, imperative, imperious, auCLEVER—clever, skilful, expert, dexterous, adroit... 6

thoritative

176 To CLIMB—to arise or rise, mount, ascend, climb, scale.. 348 To COMMEMORATE—to celebrate, commemorate. CLOAK-cloak, mask, blind, veil 660 To COMMENCE-to begin, commence, enter upon

332 To Clos—to clog, load, encumber

447 To COMMEND-to praise, commend, applaud, extol 95 CLOISTER—cloister, convent, monastery.

31 COMMENDABLE-laudable, praiseworthy, commendable.. 97 CLOSE-sequel, close..

321 COMMENSURATE—proportionate, commensurate, adequate 541 CLOSE-close, compact .

322 COMMENT CLOSE-close, near, nigh 323 COMMENTARY notation, commentary

565 To CLOSE—to close, shut...

324 COMMERCE_intercourse, communication, connexion, comTo CLOSE—to close, finish, conclude 324

393 To CLOSE-to end, close, terminate.. 322 COMMERCE-trade, commerce, traffic, dealing.

393 Clown—countryman, peasant, swain, hind, rustic, clown, 397 COMMERCIAL-mercantile, commercial

401 To Cloy-satisfy, satiate, glut, cloy

466 COMMISERATION—sympathy, compassion, commiseration, Clumsy-awkward, clumsy....

366
condolence ...

427 COADJUTOR-colleague, partner, coadjutor, assistant 624 To COMMISSION—to commission, authorize, empower 177 To COALESCE—to add, join, unite, coalesce 517 To COMMIT—to consign, commit, entrust

513 COARSE—coarse, rough, rude 199 To COMMIT—to perpetrate, commit...

341 COARSE-gross, coarse 200 COMMODIOUS-commodious, convenient, suitable

515 To Coax—to coax, wheedle, cajole, fawn

674 COMMODITY-commodity, goods, merchandize, ware 401 To COERCE—to coerce, restrain 227 COMMON—common, vulgar, ordinary, mean

378 COEVAL-coeval, cotemporary ..

296 COMMONLY-commonly, generally, frequently, usually 378 COGENT-cogent, forcible, strong 227 COMMONWEALTH-state, realm, commonwealth..

183 To COINCIDE-to agree, coincide, concur 127 COMMOTION—commotion, disturbance

515 COLD-chill, cold ... 658 To COMMUNICATE-to communicate, impart

617 COLD—cool, cold, frigid

658 | COMMUNICATION-intercourse, communication, connexion, COLLEAGUB-colleague, partner, coadjutor, assistant.. 624

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