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Page To ABANDON—to abandon, desert, forsake, relinquish 260 | To ABUSE-to abuse, misuse

488 To ABANDON—to abandon, resign, renounce, abdicate 261 ABUSE-abuse, invective..

65 To ABANDON—to give up, abandon, resign, forego 260 ABUSIVE-reproachful, abusive, scurrilous

65 ABANDONED-profligate, abandoned, reprobate 269 ABYss-gulf, abyss

494 To ABASE—to abase, humble, degrade, disgrace, debase, 61 ACADEMY—school, academy....

193 To ABASH—to abash, confound, confuse....

62 To Accede—to accede, consent, comply, acquiesce, agree, 127 To ABATB—to abate, lessen, diminish, decrease. 419 To ACCELERATE-to hasten, accelerate, speed, expedite, To ABATE—to subside, abate, intermit

301
dispatch

287 To ABDICATE—to abandon, resign, renounce, abdicate .. 261 ACCENT—stress, strain, emphasis, accent

228 To ABDICATE-to abdicate, desert ... 276 To ACCEPT—to take, receive, accept

246 ABETTOR-abettor, accessary, accomplice 439 ACCEPTABLE-acceptable, grateful, welcome.

248 To ABHOR—co abhor, detest, abominate, loath .... ... 107 | ACCEPTANCE To ABIDE—to abide, sojourn, dwell, reside, inhabit

... 248 290 ACCEPTATION

acceptance, acceptation ABILITY—ability, capacity

5 ACCESS-admittance, access, approach...

.. 249 ABILITY—faculty, ability, talent....

5 ACCESSION-increase, addition, aecession, augmentation, 414 ABILITY—dexterity, address, ability 6 ACCESSARY-abettor, accessary, accomplice.

439 ABJECT—low, mean, abject..

121
ACCIDENT-accident, chance

156 To ABJURE—to abjure, recant, retract, revuke, recall .. 267 ACCIDENT-accident, contingency, casualty

156 To ABOLISH—to abolish, abrogate, repeal, revoke, annul, ACCIDENT-event, incident, accident, adventure, occurcancel ...

267
rence...

157 ABOMINABLE-abominable, detestable, execrable 108 ACCIDENTAL-accidental, incidental, casual, contingent, 157 To ABOMINATE-to abhor, detest, abominate, loath 107 ACCLAMATION-applause, acclamation, plaudit

96 ABORTION—failure, miscarriage, abortion

88 To ACCOMMODATE-to fit, suit, adapt, accommodate, adjust, 130 ABOVE—above, over, upon, beyond .....

313 ACCOMPANIMENT-accompaniment, companion, concomiTo ABRIDGE-to abridge, curtail, contract.....

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... 626 To ABRIDGE—to deprive, debar, abridge

645 To ACCOMPANY—to accompany, attend, escort, wait on, 626 To ABROGATE-to abolish, abrogate, repeal, revoke, annul, ACCOMPLICE-abettor, accessary, accomplice ..

439 cancel.... 267 ACCOMPLICE-ally, confederate, accomplice

624 ABRUPT—abrupt, rugged, rough..

199 To ACCOMPLISH-to accomplish, effect, execute, achieve, 327 To ABSCOND—to abscond, steal away, secrete one's self.. 667 To ACCOMPLISH—to fulfil, accomplish, realize

328 ABSENT-absent, abstracted, divested, distracted 613 ACCOMPLISHED-accomplished, perfect

327 To ABSOLVE-to absolve, acquit, clear

172 ACCOMPLISHMENT—-qualification, accomplishment, 328 To ABSOLVE-to forgive, pardon, absolve, remit 34 To ACCORD—to agree, accord, suit

128 ABSOLUTE—absolute, despotic, arbitrary... 181 | ACCORDANCE-melody, harmony, accordance ..

133 ABSOLUTE-positive, absolute, peremptory. 181 ACCORDANT-consonant, accordant, consistent

129 To ABSORB—to absorb, swallow up, ingulf, engross 650 ACCORDINGLY-therefore, consequently, accordingly

306 To ABSTAIN—to abstain, forbear, refrain 262 To Accost—to accost, salute, address ....

580 ABSTEMIOUS—abstinent, sober, abstemious, temperate 262 ACCOUNT--account, reckoning, bill ...

539 ABSTINENCE-abstinence, fast, . 34 ACCOUNT-account, narrative, description

588 ABSTINENT-abstinent, sober, abstemious, temperate 262 ACCOUNT-sake, account, reason, purpose, end

688 To ABSTRACT—to abstract, separate, distinguish 520 To ACCOUNT—to calculate, compute, reckon, count or ABSTRACTED—absent, abstracted, diverted, distracted 613

account, number

538 ABSURD—irrational, foolish, absurd, preposterous ... 39 ACCOUNTABLE-answerable, responsible, accountable, ABUNDANT-plentiful, plenteous, abundant, copious,

amenable

173 ample,..

404 To ACCUMULATE-to heap, pile, accumulate, amass 403

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ACCURATE—accurate, exact, precise.

202 ADJOINING—adjacent, adjoining, contiguous

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ACCURATE-correct, accurate ..

201 To ADJOURN—to prorogue, adjourn

286

ACCUSATION-complaint, accusation

70 To ADJUST—to fit, suit, adapt, accommodate, adjust .... 130

To ACCUSE-to accuse, charge, impeach, arraign

68 To ADMINISTER—to minister, administer, contribute 150

To Accuse-to accuse, censure

68 ADMINISTRATION-government, administration.... 208

ACHIEVE-to accomplish, effect, execute, achieve 327 ADMIRATION-wonder, admiration, surprize, astonish-
ACHIEVEMENT- deed, exploit, achievement, feat

337
ment, amazement

495

To ACKNOWLEDGE—to acknowledge, own, confess, avow, 551 ADMISSION—admittance, admission

249

To ACKNOWLEDGE—to recognize, acknowledge. ....... 552 TO ADMIT—to admit, receive

248

To ACQUAINT— to inform, make known, acquaint, apprize, 190 TO ADMIT—to admit, allow, permit, suffer, tolerate 135

ACQUAINTANCE-acquaintance, familiarity, intimacy.... 191 To Admit—to admit, allow, grant...

135

To ACQUIESCE-to accede, consent, comply, acquiesce, ADMITTANCE-admittance, access, approach

249

agree.

127 | ADMITTANCE-admittance, admission ....

249

To ACQUIRE---to acquire, obtain, gain, win, earn 484 To ADMONISH– to admonish, advise

188
To ACQUIRE-to acquire, attain
485 ADMONITION—admonition, warning, caution

188

ACQUIREMENT

To ADORE—to adore, worship.....

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485
ACQUISITION

To ADORE—to adore, reverence, venerate, revere

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To ACQUIT-to absolve, acquit, clear
172 To ADORN—to adorn, decorate, embellish

637

ACRIMONY-acrimony, tartness, asperity, harshness 465 ADROIT-clever, skilful, expert, dexterous, adroit

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To Act—to make, do, act

336 To ADULATE-to adulate, flatter, compliment

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To ADVANCE—to advance, proceed....

346

action, act, deed

336

ACTION

To ADVANCE—to encourage, advance, promote, prefer,

ACTION—action, gesture, gesticulation, posture, attitude, 337

forward ..

361

ACTION—_action, agency, operation ....

338 To ADVANCE-to adduce, alledge, assign, advance.. 519

Active-active, diligent, industrious, assiduous, laborious, 338 ADVANCE progress, progression, advance, advance-

Active-active, brisk, agile, nimble

339 ADVANCEMENTS ment

203

ACTIVE-active, busy, officious

339 ADVANTAGE-good, benefit, advantage

486

ACTOR—actor, agent..

341 | ADVANTAGE-advantage, profit

487

Actor-actor, player, performer

341 ADVANTAGE-advantage, benefit, utility, service, avail, use, 487

Actual-actual, real, positive..

341 ADVENTURE-event, incident, accident, adventure, occur-

To ActuaTE-to actuate, impel, induce...

356

157

ACUTE-acute, keen, shrewd
493 ADVENTUROUS_enterprizing, adventurous.

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ACUTE-sharp, acute, keen ....

493 ADVENTUROUS—foolhardy, adventurous, rash..... 375

ACUTENESS—penetration, acuteness, sagacity.

492 ADVERSARY-enemy, foe, adversary, opponent, antagonist, 102

AdAge-axiom, maxim, aphorism, apophthegm, saying, ADVERSE-adverse, contrary, opposite...

103
adage, proverb, bye-word, saw.
213 ADVERSE—adverse, inimical, hostile, repugnant.

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To ADAPT-to fit, suit, adapt, accommodate, adjust 130 | ADVERSE-adverse, averse

104

To Add_to add, join, unite, coalesce

517 ADVERSITY-adversity, distress

500

To Addict—to addict, devote, apply

522 To ADVERTISE—to announce, proclaim, publish, advertise, 553
ADDITION-increase, addition, accession, augmentation .. 414 Advice-advice, counsel, instruction

189
TO ADDRESS—to accost, salute, address
580 ADVICE-information, intelligence, notice, advice

190
To ADDRESS—to address, apply
522 To Advise– to admonish, advise...

188
ADDRESS-address, speech, harangue, oration.
580 ADVOCATE—defender, advocate, pleader

168
ADDRESS-direction, address, superscription
217 | ÆRA-time, period, age, date, æra, epocha.

295
ADDRESS—dexterity, address, ability ....
6 AFFABLE—affable, courteous

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To ADDUCE— to adduce, alledge, assign, advance 519 AFFAIR-affair, business, concern

391
ADEQUATE—proportionate, commensurate, adequate .... 541 To AFFECT-to affect, concern.

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To ADHERE—to adhere, attach
519 | To AFFECT-to affect, assume.

241

To ADHERE-to stick, cleave, adhere .

518 To AFFECT—to affect, pretend to

241

ADHERENCE--adhesion, adherence ...
520 AFFECTING—moving, affecting, pathetic,

346

ADHERENT—follower, adherent, partisan

519 AFFECTION-affection, love....

459

ADHESION-adhesion, adherence ..

520 AFFECTION_attachment, affection, inclination

459

ADJACENT—adjacent, adjoining, contiguous

520 AFFECTIONATE-affectionate, kind, fond, .

459

ADJECTIVE-epithet, adjective

520 AFFINITY-alliance, affinity.....

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AFFINITY-kindred, relationship, affinity, consanguinity 632 ALIKE_equal, even, equable, like or alike, uniform .... 541
To AFFIRM—to affirm, asseverate, assure, vouch, aver, ALL-all, whole

273
protest
550 All-all, every, each

274 To AFFIRM—to affirm, assert

551 To Allar--to allay, sooth, appease, assuage, mitigate To AFFIX-to affix, subjoin, attach, annex.

518 To ALLEDGE—to adduce, alledge, assign, advance... 519 To AFFLICT-to afflict, distress, trouble...

502 ALLEGORY—figure, metaphor, allegory, emblem, symbol, AFFLICTION—affliction, grief, sorrow .....

502
type .......

683 AFFLUENCE-riches, wealth, opulence, affluence 403 ALLEGORY-parable, allegory

683 To AFFORD—to afford, yield, produce. 389 | To ALLEVIATE—to alleviate, relieve ...

433 To AFFORD—to give, afford, spare 143 ALLIANCE-alliance, league, confederacy

625 AFFRAY-quarrel, broil, feud, affray or fray 101 | ALLIANCE-alliance, affinity

625 AFFRONT-affront, insult, outrage 83 To Allot—to allot, assign, apportion, distribute

152 AFFRONT-Offence, trespass, transgression, misdemeanor, To ALLOT—to allot, appoint, destine

152
misdeed, affront.....
81 To Allow-to give, grant, bestow, allow ..

142 AFRAID-afraid, fearful, timorous, timid,

354 To Allow—to admit, allow, permit, suffer, tolerate ... 135 APTER-after, behind 313 To Allow-to admit, allow, grant.

135 AGE-generation, age 300 To Allow-to consent, permit, allow

134 Age-time, period, age, date, æra, epocha

295 ALLOWANCE-allowance, stipend, salary, wages, hire, pay, 145 AGED—elderly, aged, old..... 299 | To ALLUDE_to allude, refer, hint, suggest

382 AGENCY-action, agency, operation... 338 To ALLUDE TO—to glance at, allude to ....

383 AGENT-actor, agent

341 To ALLURE-to allure, tempt, seduce, entice, decoy 372 AGENT-minister, agent 220 To ALLURE-to attract, allure, invite, engage

371 AGENT—factor, agent 400 | ALLUREMENTS-attractions, allurements, charms

371 To AGGRAVATE-to aggravate, irritate, provoke, exas- ALLY-ally, confederate, accomplice

624
perate, tantalize
83 ALMANACK-calendar, almanack, ephemeris

539
To AGGRAVATE-to heighten, raise, aggravate
425 ALONE-alone, solitary, lonely

274 AGGRESSOR— -aggressor, assailant.. 76 Also—also, likewise, too....

275 AGILE-active, brisk, agile, nimble. 339 To ALTER—to change, alter, vary

319 To AGITATB—to shake, agitate, toss

350 ALTERCATION—difference, dispute, altercation, quarrel.. 100 AGITATION—agitation, emotion, trepidation, tremor. 356 ALTERNATE--successive, alternate

303 AGONY-distress, anxiety, anguish, agony 500 Always always, at all times, ever. ...

282 AGONY-pain, pang, agony, anguish 501 AMAss—to heap, pile, accumulate, amass

403 To AGREE—to agree, accord, suit

128 AMAZEMENT-wonder, admiration, surprize, astonishTo AGREE-to accede, consent, comply, acquiesce, agree, 127

ment, amazement

... 495 To AGREE-to agree, coincide, concur

127 AMBASSADOR-ambassador, envoy, plenipotentiary, deputy, 218 AGREBABLE-agreeable, pleasant, pleasing. 128 AMBIGUOUS-ambiguous, equivocal..

676 AGREEABLB-conformable, agreeable, suitable

130 AMENABLE—answerable, responsible, accountable, amenAGREEMENT-agreement, contract, covenant, compact,

able....

... 173 bargain....

127 To AMEND-to amend, correct, reform, rectify, emend, AGRICULTURIST-farmer, husbandman, agriculturist. 397

improve, mend, better

200 To AID—to help, assist, aid, succour, relieve ... 438 AMENDS—restoration, restitution, reparation, amends.... 547 Arm-aim, object, end

379 AMENDS-compensation, satisfaction, amends, remuneraAim-tendency, drift, scope, aim.

380

tion, recompense, requital, reward. 546 To Aim—to aim, point, level 380 AMIABLE-amiable, lovely, beloved..

458 To Aim—to aim, aspire 380 AMICABLE—amicable, friendly...

458 To Arm-to endeavour, aim, strive, struggle 375 AMOROUS-amorous, loving, fond..

458 AIR-air, manner.. 187 AMPLE—ample, spacious, capacious...

417 AIR—air, mien, look..

188 AMPLE—plentiful, plenteous, abundant, copious, ample.. 404 AIR-appearance, air, aspect

605 To AMUSE-to amuse, divert, entertain ALACRITY-alertness, alacrity.. 340 To AMUSE—to amuse, beguile....

477 ALARM-alarm, terror, fright, consternation

352 AMUSEMENT-amusement, entertainment, diversion, sport, ALERTNESS-alertness, alacrity

340
recreation, pastime

477 ALIEN

ANATHEMA-malediction, curse, imprecation, execration, stranger, foreigner, alien....

470 To ALIENATE

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Page ANCESTORS-forefathers, progenitors, ancestors

299 To APOLOGIZE-to apologize, defend, justify, exculpate, ANCIENT-old, ancient, antique, antiquated, old-fashioned,

excuse, plead ....

170 obsolete ....

297 APOPHTHEGM-axiom, maxim, aphorism, apophthegm, formerly, in times past, old times or

saying, adage, proverb, bye-word, saw, 213 ANCIENTLY days of yore, anciently or in ancient To APPAL—to dismay, daunt, appal

353 ANCIENT TIMES times 299 APPAREL—apparel, attire, array...

311 ANECDOTE-anecdote, story, tale.....

589 APPARENT-apparent, visible, clear, plain, obvious, eviANECDOTES—anecdotes, memoirs, chronicles, annals ...

587
dent, manifest

604 ANGER—anger, resentment, wrath, ire, indignation 79 APPARITION- vision, apparition, phantom, spectre, ghost, 607 ANGER-anger, choler, rage, fury 79 TO APPEAR —to look, appear

609 ANGER—displeasure, anger, disapprobation. 78 To APPEAR—to seem, appear

611 ANGLE-corner, angle .... 636 APPEARANCE-appearance, air, aspect..

605 ANGRY—angry, passionate, hasty, irascible.

80 APPEARANCE-show, outside, appearance, semblance.. 567 ANGUISH-distress, anxiety, anguish, agony

500 TO APPEASE-to appease, calm, pacify, quiet, still.... 433 ANGUISH-pain, pang, agony, anguish

501 TO APPEASE-to allay, sooth, appease, assuage, mitigate, 433 ANIMADVERSION—animadversion, criticism, stricture.... 69 APPELLATION-name, appellation, title, denomination .. 595 To ANIMADVERT-to censure, animadvert, criticise 69 To APPLAUD-to praise, commend, applaud, extol....

95 ANIMAL-animal, brute, beast.

653 APPLAUSE-applause, acclamation, plaudit. To ANIMATE-to animate, inspire, enliven, cheer, exhi- APPLICATION—attention, application, study

523 larate 425 To APPLY—to addict, devote, apply

522 To ANIMATE-to encourage, animate, incite, impel, urge,

To APPLY—to address, apply .....

522 stimulate, instigate 360 | To APPOINT—to allot, appoint, destine ...

152 ANIMATION—animation, life, vivacity, spirit . 426 To APPOINT-to appoint, order, prescribe, ordain

174 ANIMOSITY-enmity, animosity, hostility 103 TO APPOINT-to constitute, appoint, depute

218 ANNALS—anecdotes, memoirs, chronicles, annals 587 To APPORTION—to allot, assign, apportion, distribute To ANNEX-to affix, subjoin, attach, annex

518 TO APPRAISE to appraise, or appreciate, estimate, ANNOTATION-remark, observation, comment, note, anno

TO APPRECIATE S esteem

537 tation, commentary .. 565 To APPREHEND—to apprehend, fear, dread

354 To ANNOUNCE-to announce, proclaim, publish, advertise, 553 To APRREHEND—to conceive, apprehend, suppose, imaTo ANNOY—to inconvenience, annoy, molest

515
gine

14 TO ANNUL—to abolish, abrogate, repeal, revoke, annul, To APPRIZE-to inform, make known, acquaint, apprize, 190 cancel......

267 APPRIZED-aware, on one's guard, apprized, conscious .. 528 ANSWER—answer, reply, rejoinder, response 579 APPROACH-admittance, access, approach

249 ANSWERABLE-answerable, responsible, accountable, To APPROACH-to approach, approximate

250 amenable

173 APPROBATION-assent, consent, approbation, concurrence, 133 ANSWERABLE-correspondent, answerable, suitable 133 APPROPRIATE—peculiar, appropriate, particular. ..... 243 ANTAGONIST- -enemy, foe, adversary, opponent, anta- To APPROPRIATE-to appropriate, usurp, arrogate, asgonist 102

241 ANTECEDENT | antecedent, preceding, foregoing, pre- To APPROPRIATE-to appropriate, impropriate

243 ANTERIOR vious, anterior, prior, former.. 304 TO APPROXIMATE-to approach, approximate

250 ANTICIPATE—to prevent, anticipate 284 APT—ready, apt, prompt..

340 ANTIPATHY—aversion, antipathy, dislike, hatred, repug- APT-fit, apt, meet

132 105 ARBITER--judge, umpire, arbiter, arbitrator ..

215 ANTIQUATED old, ancient, antiquated, antique, old- ARBITRARY-absolute, despotic, arbitrary

181 ANTIQUE 297 ARBITRATOR-judge, umpire, arbiter, arbitrator

215 ANXIETY-care, solicitude, anxiety... 526 ARCHITECT-architect, builder

635 ANXIETY- distress, anxiety, anguish, agony 500 ARCHIVE-record, register, archive.

591 ANY-some, any 272 ARDENT-hot, fiery, burning, ardent

601 APARTMENTS-lodgings, apartments 636 ARDOR-fervor, ardor

601 APATHY-indifference, insensibility, apathy 453 ARDUOUS-hard, difficult, arduous

437 To APE-to imitate, mimick, mock, ape.. 680 TO ARGUE-to argue, dispute, debate....

73 APERTURB-opening, aperture, cavity 494 To ARGUE—to argue, evince, prove

19 APHORISM—axiom, maxim, aphorism, apophthegm, say- ARGUMENT—argument, reason, proof..

19 ing, adage, proverb, bye-word, saw...... 213 To ARIsE—to arise or rise, mount, ascend, climb, scale.. 348

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To ARISE-to arise, proceed, issue, spring, flow, emanate, 330 ASSIDUOUS—active, diligent, industrious, assiduous, labo-
ARMS-arms, weapons .....

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112 ASSIDUOUS—sedulous, diligent, assiduous

340 To ARRAIGN—to accuse, charge, impeach, arraign. 68 To Assign-to adduce, alledge, assign, advance.. 519 To ARRANGE-to class, arrange, range

310 To Assign—to allot, assign, apportion, distribute ... 152 TO ARRANGE—to dispose, arrange, digest

310 To Assist—to help, assist, aid, succour, relieve.... 438 ARRAY-apparel, attire, array.

311 | AssistANT—colleague, partner, coadjutor, assistant 624 To ARRIVE-to come, arrive 346 ASSOCIATE-associate, companion, ...,

619 ARROGANCE_arrogance, presumption....

242 AssociATION-association, society, company, partnership, 619 ARROGANCE-haughtiness, disdain, arrogance.. 53 AssOCIATION-association, combination

620 To ARROGATE-to appropriate, usurp, arrogate, assume, To Assuage—to allay, sooth, appease, assuage, mitigate, 433 ascribe 241 To ASSUME-to affect, assume..

241 Art-art, cunning, deceit

667 To AssumE-to appropriate, usurp, arrogate, assume, ART-business, trade, profession, art

390
ascribe

241
ARTFUL-artful, artificial, fictitious
668 ASSURANCE-assurance, confidence

512 ARTICLE-article, condition, term 396 ASSURANCE-assurance, impudence..

512 To ARTICULATE—to utter, speak, articulate, pronounce, 576 To Assure-to affirm, asseverate, assure, vouch, aver, ARTIFICE-artifice, trick, finesse, stratagem

668
protest

550 ARTIFICIAL-artful, artificial, fictitious

668 ASTONISHMENT-wonder, admiration, surprize, astonishARTIFICER

ment, amazement

495 ARTISAN -artist, artisan, artificer, mechanic ...... 396

ASTROLOGY

400 ARTIST

ASTRONOMY astronomy, astrology ASCENDANCY_influence, authority, ascendancy, sway 178 Asylum—asylum, refuge, shelter, retreat

663 To ASCEND—to arise or rise, mount, ascend, climb, scale, 348 At All Times--always, at all times, ever....

282 To Ascribe—to appropriate, usurp, arrogate, assume, AT LAST

300 ascribe ... To AscRIBE-to ascribe, attribute, impute.. 244 To ATONE FOR-to atone for, expiate.....

33 To Ask-to ask, beg, request 136 ATROCIOUS—heinous, flagrant, flagitious, atrocious

269 To Ask—to ask, or ask for, claim, demand.. 238 To Attach-to affix, subjoin, attach, annex

518 To Ask-to ask, inquire, question, interrogate 48 To ATTACH—to adhere, attach

519 ASPECT-appearance, air, aspect

605 ATTACHMENT-attachment, affection, inclination 459 ASPERITY-acrimony, tartness, asperity, harshness 465 To Attack—to attack, assail, assault, encounter

75 To ASPERSE-to asperse, detract, defame, slander, calum

ATTACK-attack, assault, encounter, onset, charge.. 76 60 To ATTACK—to impugn, attack

75 To ASPIRE—to aim, aspire 380 To Attain—to acquire, attain

485 To Assail—to attack, assail, assault, encounter.

75 ATTEMPT-attempt, trial, endeavour, essay, effort. 373 ASSAILANT-aggressor, assailant .. 76 ATTEMPT-attempt, undertaking, enterprize..

374 To ASSASSINATE-to kill, murder, assassinate, slay or

To ATTEND-to accompany, attend, escort, wait on .... 626 slaughter

651 TO ATTEND TO—to attend to, mind, regard, heed, notice, 522 To ASSAULT-to attack, assail, assault, encounter 75 To ATTEND—to attend, hearken, listen....

523 Assault-attack, assault, encounter, onset, charge 76 ATTENTION—attention, application, study.

523 ASSEMBLAGE-assembly, assemblage, group, collection . 622 ATTENTION-heed, care, attention

529 To ASSEMBLE-to assemble, muster, collect 621 ATTENTIVE-attentive, careful.

526 To ASSEMBLE—to assemble, convene, convoke 622 ATTIRE—apparel, attire, array.

311 Assembly-assembly, assemblage, group, collection .... 622 ATTITUDE—action, gesture, gesticulation, posture, attiASSEMBLY-assembly, company, meeting, congregation,

tude

337 parliament, diet, congress, convention, To ATTRACT—to attract, allure, invite, engage.

371 synod, convocation, council....

623 ATTRACTIONS--attractions, allurements, charms.. 371 ASSENT—assent, consent, approbation, concurrence 133 To ATTRIBUTE—to ascribe, attribute, impute.

244 To ASSERT—to assert, maintain, vindicate.... 551 ATTRIBUTE-quality, property, attribute.

244 To ASSERT-to affirm, assert

551 Avail-advantage, benefit, utility, service, avail, use. .. 487 ASSESSMENT-tas, rate, assessment..

151 Avail-signification, avail, importance, consequence, To ASSEVERATE-to affirm, asseverate, assure, vouch,

weight, moment....

573
aver, protest
550 AVARICE-covetousness, cupidity, avarice

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