A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers, to which are Prefixed a History of the Language, and an English Grammar
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1805
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—Prove that all things, on occasion, Love union, and desire adhesion. ... The
state of lying close to another thing. 2. ... they are applied to nouns, to modify their
signification, or intimate the manner of existence in the things signified thereby.
have some reference to a thing, without the direct mention of it; to hint at ; to
insinuate. It is used of persons; as, Æe alludes to an old story; or of things, as, the
lampoon alludes to his mother's Jaults. These speeches of Jerom and
To add to another thing. In a palace there is the case or fabrick of the structure,
and there are certain additaments; as, various furniture, and curious motions of
divers things appendicated to it. Ficle. APPEN dic A'rio N. m. s. [from appendicate
To do pute ; with the particles wit/ or aco, to be fore the opponent, and against to
the thing opposed. - Who do christians, of several persuasions, so fieroy... out
agains: the salvability of each other? Ilecay of Picty. oth it by often arguing
Gov. of the Tonguá. 2. Equal; proportionable to each other. ls our knowledge
adequately eammensurate with the nature of things? Glanville. ... With the
capacity of measuring, or being measured, by some other thing. - We are
constrained to ...
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