- Not the same.
He that will not lay a foundation for perpetual disorder, must of necessity find another rise of government than that. Locke.
- One more; a new addition to the former number.
——— A fourth? ———
What! will the line stretch out to th' crack of doom?
Another yet? — a seventh! I'll see no more. Shak. Macbeth.
- Any other; any one else.
If one man sin against another, the judge shall judge him. 1 Samuel, ii. 25.
Why not of her? preferr'd above the rest,
By him with knightly deeds, and open love profess'd;
So had another been, where he his vows address'd.
- Not one's self.
A man shall have diffused his life, his self, and his whole concernments so far, that he can weep his sorrows with another's eyes; when he has another heart besides his own, both to share, and to support his grief. South.
- Widely different; much altered.
When the soul is beaten from its station, and the mounds of virtue are broken down, it becomes quite another thing from what it was before. South.
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