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To DENOMINATE-to name, denominate, style, entitle, DESPERATE—desperate, hopeless..

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designate, characterize.......... 595 DESPERATION—despair, desperation, despondency.. ... 509
DENOMINATION-name, appellation, title, denomination, 595 DESPICABLE-contemptible, despicable, pitiful

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To DENOTE—to denote, signify, imply..

572 To DESPISE—to contemn, despise, scorn, disdain.. 54
DENSE—thick, dense.

419 DESPONDENCY—despair, desperation, despondency. 509
To DENY-to contradict, oppose, deny
71 DESPOTIC-absolute, arbitrary, despotic ..

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To Deny—to deny, refuse
245 DestiNATION—destiny, destination.

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To Deny—to deny, disown, disclaim, disavow.
72 To DESTINE-to allot, appoint, destine

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DEPARTURE-death, departure, decease, demise. 448 DESTINY-destiny, fate, lot, doom

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DEPARTURE—exit, departure ...
449 Destiny-destiny, destination .

153
DEPENDANCE-dependance, reliance.
513 DESTITUTE—bare, scanty, destitute

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To DEPICT—to paint, depict, delineate, sketch .... 399 DESTITUTE—forsaken, forlorn, destitute..

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To DEPLORE—to bewail, bemoan, lament, deplore ..... 504 To DESTROY—to consume, waste, destroy

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DEPONENT-deponent, evidence, witness..

556 | To DESTROY—to demolish, raze, dismantle, destroy. 644
DEPORTMENT-behaviour, conduct, carriage, deportment, DESTRUCTION—destruction, ruin...

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demeanour...

186 DESTRUCTIVE-destructive, ruinous, pernicious.. 643
DEPOSIT—deposit, pledge, security.
174 DESULTORY-cursory, hasty, slight, desultory

289
DEPRAVITY

To Detach – to separate, sever, disjoin, detach.. 521

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DEPRAVATION

To Detain—to hold, keep, detain, retain

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To DEPRECIATE-to disparage, detract, traduce, depre- DETECT-to convict, detect, discover

556
ciate, degrade, decry.
59 To DETER-to deter, discourage, dishearten

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DEPREDATION-depredation, robbery

645 To DETERMINE—to decide, determine, conclude upon .. 231
DEPRESSION—dejection, depression, melancholy. 509 To DETERMINE—to determine, resolve

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To DEPRIVE—to bereave, deprive, debar.
644 | To DETERMINE— to fix, determine, settle, limit.

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To DEPRIVE-to deprive, debar, abridge.
645 | DETERMINED_decided, determined, resolute..

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DEPTH-depth, profundity
418 To DETEST—to abhor, detest, abominate, loath..

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To DEPUTE—to constitute, appoint, depute....
218 To DETEST-to hate, detest....

106
DEPUTY—ambassador, envoy, plenipotentiary, deputy... 218 DETESTABLE-abominable, detestable, execrable. .. 108
DEPUTY-delegate, deputy ...

219 To DETRACT—to asperse, detract, defame, slander, ca-
To DERANGE—to disorder, derange, disconcert, discom-

lumniate ..

60
pose. ...

316 To DETRACT—to disparage, detract, traduce, depreciate,
DERANGEMENT-derangement, insanity, lunacy, mad-

degrade, decry...

59
ness, mania ...

316 DETRIMENT—disadvantage, injury, hurt, detriment, pre-
To DERIDE—to deride, mock, ridicule, rally, banter 57

judice ..

496
To Derive-to derive, trace, deduce ...
562 DETRIMENT-loss, damage, detriment.

497
To DEROGATE-to disparage, derogate, degrade.. 59 DEVASTATION-ravage, desolation, devastation

646
To DESCRIBE—to relate, recount, describe...
587 To DEVELOPE—to unfold, unravel, develope.

224
DESCRIPTION—account, narrative, description.
588 To DEVIATE—to deviate, wander, swerve, stray.

90
DESCRIPTION-cast, turn, description, character... 589 To DeviaTE-to digress, deviate..

90
To DESCRY-to find, find out, discover, espy, descry.... 556 DEVICE-device, contrivance

685
'To DESERT—to abandon, desert, forsake, relinquish. 260 Devil_devil, demon

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To DESERT-to abdicate, desert ...,
276 To Devise—to contrive, devise, invent ...,

685
DESERT-desert, merit, worth....
545 To Devise-to devise, bequeath.

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DESERT-solitary, desert, desolate
275 DEVOID--empty, vacant, void, devoid...,

408
To DESIGN—to design, purpose, intend, mean.
686 To DEVOTE—to addict, devote, apply...

522
DESIGN-design, plan, scheme, project..

687 To DevotE—to dedicate, devote, consecrate, hollow 27
To DESIGNATE-to name, denominate, style, entitle, de- Devour-holy, pious, devout, religious

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signate, characterize
595 DEXTERITY-ability, dexterity, address..

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To DESIRE-to beg, desire....

136 DEXTEROUS—clever, skilful, expert, dexterous, adroit. .. 6
To DESIRE—to desire, wish, long for, hanker after, covet, 138 DIALECT-language, tongue, speech, idiom, dialect .... 582
To DESIST—to cease, leave off, discontinue, desist.... 281 DIALOGUE-conversation, dialogue, conference, colloquy, 578
DESOLATE—solitary, desert, desolate ...
277 To Dictate—to dictate, prescribe .

175
DESOLATION-ravage, desolation, devastation..
646 DICTATE—dictate, suggestion ....

175
DESPAIR-despair, desperation, despondency
509 DICTION-diction, style, phrase, phraseology

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DICTIONARY - dictionary, encyclopædia

583 DISAPPROBATION—displeasure, anger, disapprobation 78
DICTIONARY - dictionary, lexicon, vocabulary, glossary, To DISAPPROVE—to disapprove, dislike ....

81
nomenclature.

583 DISASTER-calamity, disaster, misfortune, mischance,
To Die—to die, expire......

448
mishap.

499
To Die—to perish, die, decay...
447 To Disavow-to deny, disown, disclaim, disavow

72
DIET-food, diet, regimen....
657 DISBELIEF-disbelief, unbelief

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DIET-assembly, company, meeting, congregation, parlia- To DISCARD-to dismiss, discharge, discard

277
ment, diet, congress, convention, synod, convo- To DISCERN—to perceive, discern, distinguish

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cation, council

623 DISCERNMENT—discernment, penetration, discrimination,
To DIFFER—differ, vary, disagree, dissent

99
judgement ..

10
DIFFERENCE-difference, variety, diversity, medley 317 To DISCHARGE-dismiss, discharge, discard

278
DIFFERENCE-difference, distinction.
318 DISCIPLINE--correction, discipline, punishment.

204
DIFFERENCE—difference, dispute, altercation, quarrel.. 100 Disciple—scholar, disciple, pupil

193
DIFFERENT_different, distinct, separate

318 To Disclaim-deny, disown, disclaim, disavow..... 72
DIFFERENT–different, several, divers, sundry, various.. 319 To Disclose—to publish, promulgate, divulge, reveal,
DIFFERENT-different, unlike...
319

554
DIFFICULT—hard, difficult, arduous
437 | To DISCLOSE—to uncover, discover, disclose

554
DIFFICULTIES–difficulties, embarrassments, troubles, ... 509 To DisCOMPOSE—to disorder, derange, disconcert, discom-
DIFFICULTY-difficulty, obstacle, impediment

284
pose

316
DIFFICULTY-objection, difficulty, exception

70 To DISCONCERT—to baffle, defeat, disconcert, confound.. 115
DIFFIDENT-distrustful, suspicious, diffident

514 To DISCONCERT—to disorder, derange, disconcert, discom-
DIFFIDENT-modest, bashful, diffident

123
pose

316
DIFFUSE—diffuse, prolix.....

584 To DISCONTINUE—to cease, leave off, discontinue, desist, 281
To DIFFUSE—to spread, expand, diffuse..
410 DISCORD- dissension, contention, discord, strife

100
To DIGEST—to dispose, arrange, digest
310 To DISCOVER—to convict, detect, discover,

556
DIGNIFIED-magisterial, majestic, stately, pompous, au- To DISCOVER—to discover, manifest, declare .

554
gust, dignified

569 To DISCOVER—to find, find out, discover, espy, descry .. 556
DIGNITY-honor, dignity...

533 To DISCOVER—to find, find out, discover, invent 557
DIGNITY—pride, haughtiness, loftiness, dignity..
53 To DISCOVER-to uncover, discover, disclose

554
DIGRESS—to digress, deviate

90 To DISCOURAGE—to deter, discourage, dishearten. 362
Dilate—to dilate, expand

410 To DISCOURSE—to speak, talk, converse, discourse. 577
DILATORY—slow, dilatory, tardy, tedious
286 DISCREDIT-discredit, disgrace, reproach, scandal

63
DILIGENT—active, diligent, industrious, assiduous, labo- DISCRETION-judgement, discretion, prudence

490
rious...
338 To DISCRIMINATE—to distinguish, discriminate

614
DILIGENT-diligent, expeditious, prompt

288 DISCRIMINATION- discernment, penetration, discrimina-
DILIGENT—sedulous, diligent, assiduous

340
tion, judgement..

10
DIM-dark, obscure, dim, mysterious
608 To Discuss—to discuss, examine.

50
To DIMINISH—to abate, lessen, diminish, decrease... 419 DISpain-haughtiness, disdain, arrogance

53
DIMINUTIVE-little, small, diminutive
417 To DISDAIN—to contemn, despise, scorn, disdain

54
DIOCESE-bishopric, diocese.

31 DISDAINFUL–contemptuous, scornful, disdainful
To DIRECT—to direct, dispose, regulate..
186 DISEASE-disorder, disease, distemper, malady

441
To DIRECT—to conduct, manage, direct...
185 DISEASED-sick, sickly, diseased, morbid

442
DIRECT-straight, right, direct

534 To DISENGAGE
DIRECTION—direction, address, superscription 217 To DISENTANGLE / to disengage, disentangle, extricate, 224
DIRECTION—direction, order
216 To DISFIGURE—to deface, disfigure, deform

641
DIRECTLY-directly, immediately, instantly, instantane- DISGRACE-dishonor, disgrace, shame..

62
ously....
289 DISGRACE-discredit, disgrace, reproach, scandal

63
DISABILITY-inability, disability..

7 To DisGRACE—to abase, humble, degrade, disgrace,
DISADVANTAGE-disadvantage, injury, hurt, detriment,

debase..

61
prejudice
496 | To DISGUISE~-to conceal, dissemble, disguise.

665
DISAFFECTION-disaffection, disloyalty
212 Disgust-disgust, loathing, nausea

81
To DISAGREE—to differ, vary, disagree, dissent..

99 Disgust-dislike, displeasure, dissatisfaction, distaste,
To DISAPPEAR—to disappear, vanish

609

disgust
To DISAPPOINT-to defeat, foil, disappoint, frustrate 115 To DISHEARTEN-to deter, discourage, dishearten. 362

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DISHONEST-dishonest, knavish ....

534 DISSATISFACTION—dislike, displeasure, dissatisfaction,
DISHONOR-dishonor, disgrace, shame....

62
distaste, disgust...

77
DISINCLINATION-dislike, disinclination...
78 | To DISSEMBLE—to conceal, dissemble, disguise.

665
To Disjoin—to separate, sever, disjoin, detach .
521 DISSEMBLER-hypocrite, dissembler

666
To Disjoint-to disjoint, dismember

521 DISSEMINATE-to spread, circulate, propagate, dissemi-
DISLIKE-aversion, antipathy, dislike, hatred, repug-

nate

410
105 DISSENSION—dissension, contention, discord

100
To Dislike-to disapprove, dislike..
81 To DISSENT—to differ, vary, disagree, dissent

99
Dislike—dislike, displeasure, dissatisfaction, distaste, DISSENTER-heretic, schismatic, sectarian, dissenter, non-
disgust

conformist

41
DISLIKE—dislike, disinclination ....
78 DISSERTATION—essay, treatise, tract, dissertation

387
DISLOYALTY-disaffection, disloyalty
212 DISSIMULATION-simulation, dissimulation...

666
DISMAL—dull, gloomy, sad, dismal....
505 To DissipaTE-to dispel, disperse, dissipate

411
To DISMANTLE-to demolish, raze, dismantle, destroy .. 644 To DISSIPATE-to spend or expend, waste, dissipate,
To Dismay—to dismay, daunt, appal ....

353
squander

409
To DISMEMBER—to disjoint, dismember, .

521 DISSOLUTE--loose, vague, lax, dissolute, licentious 279
To Dismiss—to dismiss, discharge, discard. .
277 DISTANT - distant, far, remote..

323
DISORDER-confusion, disorder

317 DISTASTE—dislike, displeasure, dissatisfaction, distaste,
To DISORDER-to disorder, derange, disconcert, discom-

disgust

77
pose

316 DISTEMPER—disorder, disease, distemper, malady ...... 441
DISORDER—disorder, disease, distemper, malady
441 DISTINCT— different, distinct, separate

318
DISORDERLY-irregular, disorderly, inordinate, intem- DISTINCTION—difference, distinction

318
perate

321 DISTINCTION-of fashion, of quality, of distinction 599
To Disown—to deny, disown, disclaim, disavow
72 DISTINCTLY-clearly, distinctly

603
To DISPARAGE—to disparage, detract, traduce, depre- To DISTINGUISH—to distinguish, discriminate

614
ciate, degrade, decry

59 To DISTINGUISH-to perceive, discern, distinguish 612
To DISPARAGE-to disparage, derogate, degrade
59 To DISTINGUISH--to signalize, distinguish

599
DISPARITY—disparity, inequality

541 To DISTINGUISH– to abstract, separate, distinguish 520
DISPASSIONATE—dispassionate, cool

81 DISTINGUISHED—distinguished, conspicuous, noted, emi-
To Dispatch-to hasten, accelerate, speed, expedite,

nent, illustrious ....

598
dispatch....

287 To DISTORT---to turn, bend, twist, distort, wring, wrest,
To DISPEL—to dispel, disperse, dissipate

411
wrench

368
To DISPENSE—to dispense, distribute.

615 DISTRACTED-absent, abstracted, diverted, distracted.... 613
To DISPERSE—to dispel, disperse, dissipate
411 DISTRESS-adversity, distress ...

500
To DISPERSE—to spread, scatter, disperse
409 DISTRESS-distress, anxiety, anguish, agony

500
To DISPLAY—to show, exhibit, display
566 | To DISTRESS—to afflict, distress, trouble

502
To DISPLEASE—to displease, offend, vex
77 To DISTRESS – to distress, harass, perplex

501
DISPLEASURE—dislike, displeasure, dissatisfaction, dis- To DistriBUTE-to allot, assign, apportion, distribute .. 152
taste, disgust
77 To DISTRIBUTE-to dispense, distribute.

615
DISPLEASURE-displeasure, anger, disapprobation. 78 To DISTRIBUTE-to divide, distribute, share

615
DISPOSAL-disposal, disposition
311 District-district, region, tract, quarter

634
To Dispose-to dispose, arrange, digest.
310 DISTRUSTFUL-distrustful, suspicious, diffident

514
To DISPOSE—to place, dispose, order ..
311 | To DISTURB—to disturb, interrupt..

515
To DISPOSE—to direct, dispose, regulate.
186 To DISTURB—to trouble, disturb, molest

508
DISPOSITION—disposition, temper
472 DISTURBANCE-commotion, disturbance ..

515
DisPOSITION—disposition, inclination ..
472 To Dive-to plunge, dive

422
DISPOSITION-disposal, disposition
311 To DIVE INTO – to pry, scrutinize, dive into

50
To DISPROVE—to confute, refute, disprove, oppugn 75 DIVERS-different, several, divers, sundry, various. 319
To DISPUTE—to argue, dispute, debate ...

73 DIVERSION-amusement, entertainment, diversion, sport,
To DISPUTE-to contend, contest, dispute .

98
recreation, pastime..

477
To DISPUTE—to controvert, dispute

72 DIVERSITY—difference, variety, diversity, medley...... 316
To DISPUTE—to doubt, question, dispute
45 To DIVERT—to amuse, divert, entertain....

476
To DISPUTE-difference, dispute, altercation, quarrel 100 DIVERTED-absent, abstracted, diverted, distracted 613
To DISREGARD to disregard, neglect, slight..... 524 To DIVIDE—to divide, separate, part

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DIVIDE—to divide, distribute, share

615 DRUDGERY-work, labor, toil, drudgery, task
DIVINE-godlike, divine, heavenly ...
37 DRUNKENNESS-intoxication, drunkenness, infatuation.. 858

46
DIVINE-holy, sacred, divine
36 DUBIOUS—doubtful, dubious, uncertain, precarious

432
DIVINE-ecclesiastic, divine, theologian..
31 DUCTILE-docile, tractable, ductile.

223
To DIVINE—to guess, conjecture, divine
44 Due-debt, due

344
DIVINITY-deity, divinity
24 Dull-heavy, dull, drowsy..

655
615 | DULL-insipid, dull, flat ....
DIVISION-part, portion, division, share

505
297 DULL~dull, gloomy, sad, dismal..
DIURNAL-daily, diurnal..
To Divulge-to publish, promulgate, divulge, reveal, DULL-stupid, dull ....

491
disclose....
554 DUMB-silent, dumb, mute, speechless

585
To Do-to make, do, act ...
336 DUPLICITY-deceit, duplicity, double-dealing

670
Docile-docile, tractable, ductile
432 DURABLE—durable, lasting, permanent.

294
DOCTRINE-doctrine, precept, principle
23 DURABLE-durable, constant

294
DOCTRINE

DURATION-continuance, continuation, duration

294
23
DOGMA

DURATION—duration, time ..

295
DOGMATICAL_confident, dogmatical, positive. .
511 DUTIFUL-dutiful, obedient, respectful

125
DOLEFUL-piteous, doleful, woeful, rueful...
506 Duty-duty, obligation

125
DOMESTIC-servant, domestic, menial, drudge
386 Duty-business, office, duty

390
DOMINEERING—imperious, lordly, domineering, over- DUTY-tax, duty, custom, toll, impost, tribute, contribu-
bearing

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tion ...

151
DOMINION_empire, reign, dominion
180 To Dwell—to abide, sojourn, dwell, reside, inhabit.... 290

660
DOMINION—power, strength, force, authority, dominion, 178 | To DYE-to color, dye, tinge, stain.

183
DOMINIONS—territory, dominions

145
DONATION-gift, present, donation, benefaction...
Doom-destiny, fate, lot, doom
152 Each-all, each, every

274
To Doom—to sentence, doom, condemn ..

153 EAGER-eager, earnest,
serious.

479
DOUBLE-DEALING-deceit, duplicity, double-dealing.... 670 EAGERNESS—avidity, greediness, eagerness

142
DOUBT_demur, doubt, hesitation, objection
46 EARLY—soon, early, betimes.

289
To Doubt-to doubt, question, dispute
45 To EARN-to cquire, obtain, gain, win, earn.

484
DOUBT_doubt, suspense ....
45 EARNEST-eager, earnest, serious.

479
DOUBTFUL— doubtful, dubious, uncertain, precarious. 46 EARNEST— earnest, pledge.

174
To Doze—to sleep, slumber, doze, drowze, nap... 344 Ease-ease, quiet, rest, repose. .

435
To Drag—to draw, drag, haul or hale, pull, pluck, tug, 349 EASE

436
To DRAIN—to spend, exhaust, drain

409 EASINESS ) ease, easiness, facility, lightness.
To Draw-to draw, drag, haul or hale, pull, pluck, tug, 349 EASY-easy, ready ....

437
To DREAD to apprehend, fear, dread...

354 EBULLITION—ebullition, effervescence, fermentation.... 358
DREAD-awe, reverence, dread

354 ECCENTRIC-particular, singular, odd, eccentric, strange, 469
DREADFUL-fearful, dreadful, frightful, tremendous, ter- ECCLESIASTIC-ecclesiastic, divine, theologian.

31
rible, terrific, horrible, horrid

353 ECONOMICAL, vide ECONOMICAL.
DREADFUL—formidable, dreadful, terrible, shocking .... 355 Ecstacy-ecstacy, rapture, transport

370
DREAM-dream, reverie

39 EDGE-border, edge, rim or brim, brink, margin, verge.. 163
DREGS-dregs, sediment, dross, scum, refuse
659 Edict-decree, edict, proclamation..

553
To DRENCH—to soak, drench, steep
654 Edifice-edifice, structure, fabric

635
DRIFT-tendency, drift, scope, aim..
380 EDUCATION-education, instruction, breeding...

194
DROLL-laughable, ludicrous, ridiculous, comical or To EFFACE-to blot out, expunge, rase or erase, efface,
comic, droll.....

56
cancel, obliterate......

268
To DROOP—to flag, droop, languish, pine
444 EFFECT-effect, consequence, result, issue, event.

330
To DROOP

To EFFECT—to effect, produce, perform...

329
to fall, drop, droop, sink, tumble.

348
To DROP

To EFFECT-to accomplish, effect, execute, achieve.
DRoss-dregs, sediment, dross, scum, refuse
659 EFFECTIVE-effective, efficient, effectual, efficacious ...

329
To DROWZE—to sleep, slumber, doze, drowze, nap 344 EFFECTS--goods, furniture, chattels, moveables, effects.. 402
DROWSY-heavy, dull, drowzy...

344 EFFECTUAL-effective, efficient, effectual, efficacious....
DROWSY-sleepy, drowzy, lethargic
344 EFFEMINATE-female, feminine, effeminate..

657
DRUDGE-servant, domestic, menial, drudge
386 EFFERVESCENCE-ebullition, effervescence..

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EFFICACIOUS

To ENCHANT—to charm, enchant, fascinate, enrapture,
EFFICIENT

captivate....

369
EFFIGY-likeness, picture, image, effigy..

684 To ENCIRCLE-to surround, encompass, environ, encircle, 161
EFFORT- endeavour, effort, exertion.
375 To ENCLOSE—to circumscribe, enclose.

161
EFFORT-attempt, trial, endeavour, essay, effort ..
373 ENCOMIUM- encomium, eulogy, panegyric...

96
EFFRONTERY-audacity, effrontery, hardihood or hardi- To ENCOMPASS—to surround, encompass, environ, encircle, 161

110 ENCOUNTER-attack, assault, encounter, onset, charge .. 76
ness, boldness.
EFFUSION-effusion, ejaculation ..

581 To ENCOUNTER-to attack, assail, assault, encounter ... 75
EGOISTICAL-opiniated or opiniative, conceited, egoistical, 52 To ENCOURAGE-to cheer, encourage, comfort. ....

426
EJACULATION -effusion, ejaculation

581 To ENCOURAGE– to encourage, animate, incite, impel,
ELDER—senior, elder, older.....

299
urge, stimulate, instigate... ,

360
ELDERLY-elderly, aged, old.

299 To ENCOURAGE—to encourage, advance, promote, prefer,
ELECT-to choose, elect...

247
forward. ....

361
ELEGANT-graceful, comely, elegant
366 | To ENCOURAGE, to encourage, embolden.

362
To ELEVATE—to lift, raise, erect, elevate, exalt. 423 To ENCOURAGE—to encourage, countenance, sanction,
ELIGIBLE-eligible, preferable.

247
support.

360
ELOCUTION

To ENCROACH-to encroach, intrench, intrude, invade,
,

infringe ..

648
To ELUCIDATE—to explain, illustrate, elucidate .... 576 To ENCUMBER—to clog, load, encumber..

447
To ELUDE—to escape, elude, evade....
676 ENCYCLOPÆDIA- dictionary, encyclopædia

583
To ELUDE-to avoid, eschew, shun, elude.
677 End-aim, object, end .....

379
To EMANATE-to arise, proceed, issue, spring, flow, To End--to end, close, terminate.

322
330 END-end, extremity ...

322
To EMBARRASS-to embarrass, perplex, entangle. ...... 508 End-sake, account, reason, purpose, end.

688
EMBARRASSMENTS-difficulties, embarrassments, trou- To ENDEAVOUR—to attempt, trial, endeavour, essay,
bles .....

509
effort ....

373
To EMBELLISH--to adorn, decorate, embellish..

637 | To ENDEAVOUR- to endeavour, aim, strive, struggle.... 375
EMBLEM-figure, metaphor, allegory, emblem, symbol, ENDEAVOUR- endeavour, effort, exertion.

375
type...
683 ENDLESS-eternal, endless, everlasting.

300
To EMBOLDEN— to encourage, embolden.
362 To Endow-invest, endow, or endue ..

150
Ta EMBRACE—to clasp, hug, embrace ....
457 ENDOWMENT-gift, endowment, talent.

4
To EMBRACE-to comprize, comprehend, embrace, con- ENDURANCE-patience, endurance, resignation

123
tain, include..
160 TO ENDURE-to suffer, bear, endure, support..

124
EMBRYO—embryo, fætus .....

652 ENEMY-enemy, foe, adversary, opponent, antagonist 102
To EMEND-to amend, correct, reform, rectify, emend, ENERGY--energy, force, vigor..

450
improve, mend, better ...

200 To ENERVATE to weaken, enfeeble, debilitate, enervate,
To EMERGE-to rise, issue, emerge..
331 To ENFEEBLES invalidate

444
EMERGENCY_exigency, emergency ·
159 To ENGAGE--to attract, allure, invite, engage

371
EMINENT— distinguished, conspicuous, noted, eminent,

To Engage-to bind, engage, oblige.

222
illustrious.
598 ENGAGEMENT— battle, combat, engagement

112
EMISSARY -emissary, spy..

558 ENGAGEMENT-business, occupation, employment, engage-
To Emit—to emit, exhale, evaporate ...

638
ment, avocation ...

389
EMOLUMENT-gain, profit, emolument, lucre.... 486 ENGAGEMENT-promise, engagement, word

223
EMOTION—agitation, emotion, trepidation, tremor. 356 To ENGENDER-to breed, engender

633
EMPHASIS—stress, strain, emphasis, accent..
228 To ENGRAVE-to imprint, impress, engrave

563
EMPIRE_empire, kingdom
182 ENGRAVING-picture, print, engraving

563
EMPIRE-empire, reign, dominion.

180 To ENGROSS--to absorb, swallow up, ingulf, engross. 650
To EMPLOY— to employ, use. ....
488 ENJOYMENT--enjoyment, fruition, gratification.

466
EMPLOYMENT—business, oceupation, employment, en- To ENLARGE_to enlarge, increase, extend....

414
gagement, avocation. .....

389 | To ENLIGHTEN—to illuminate, illumine, enlighten
To EMPOWER—to commission, authorize, empower. 177 | To Enlist—to enrol, enlist, register, record ...

590
EMPTY_empty, vacant, void, devoid

408 To ENLIVEN---to animate, inspire, enliven, cheer, exhi.
EMPTY-hollow, empty..

408
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425
EMULATION—competition, emulation, rivalry..
97 ENMITY-enmity, animosity, hostility......

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