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"proceed" appears within the following entries:
Abrupted
...ously abrupted, but gradually proceed to their cessations. Brown's ...
Absolute
...hings.Because the things that proceed from him are perfect, without...
Absolutory
...truly proved, he may be again proceeded against as an adulterer. Ay...
Absurdly
...ift's Miscellanies. We may proceed yet further with the atheist,...
Accessory (noun)
...aw, the accessories cannot be proceeded against, till the principal...
Acid
...8470; 585. Acid, or sour, proceeds from a salt of the same natu...
Acquirable
...ecessarily follows, that they proceed from some cogitative substanc...
Act (noun)
...play, during which the action proceeds without interruption. Many n...
Actual
...at must he expect, that still proceeds To finish sin, and work up t...
Actuary
...o compiles the minutes of the proceedings of a court; a term of the...
Adjoin (verb neuter)
...understood and full mastered, proceed to the next adjoining, yet un...
Adjourn
...ime; a term used in juridical proceedings; as, of parliaments, or c...
Adventitious
...s, from whatsoever cause they proceed, may be properly enough taken...
Advisedness
...erning indifferent things, to proceed with all just advisedness and...
Ambulation
...on of the muscles in station, proceed more offensive lassitudes, th...
Apace
...randeur, be our end, we shall proceed apace to real misery. Watts's...
Attainment
...ent of this last end, if they proceeded from a desire of the first....
Bleyme
...ation in the foot of a horse, proceeding from bruised blood, betwee...
Break (verb active)
...obbings, so far as to bid her proceed. Addison. Spectator, № ...
Cachexy
...e vital and animal functions, proceeding from weakness of the fibre...
Cold (adjective)
...m's Schoolmaster. Temp'rately proceed to what you would Thus violen...
Corrupt (adjective)
... Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that w...
Court (noun)
...I.I have at last met with the proceedings of the court baron, held ...
Discursive
...spirits. Bacon's N. Hist. proceeding by regular gradation from ...
Draw (verb active)
...shall destroy them. Ex. xv.He proceeded so far in his insolence as ...
Drift (noun)
...articular drift of every act, proceeding eternally from God, we are...
Dysentery
...f the wind from East to West, proceed epidemical dysenteries. Arbut...
Elation
....s. [from elate.] Haughtiness proceeding from success; pride of pro...
Elemi
...acrid and bitterish taste. It proceeds from a tall tree, which the ...
Erect (verb active)
...erence there is between their proceedings, who erect a new commonwe...
Erroneous
...y condemned, as having either proceeded from the blindness of those...
Especially
...r, b. iii. s. 3. Would you proceed especially against Caius Marc...
Factious
.... Shak. Jul. Cæsar. proceeding from publick dissensions; ...
Fare (verb)
...eir neighbours. Swift. To proceed in any train of consequences ...
Fashion (noun)
...r fashion, tell you What hath proceeded. Shakespeare's Julius C&ael...
Glory (verb)
...nt, in the pride of their own proceedings, to glory, that whereas L...
Go
...h errand sole. Milton. To proceed; to make a progress.Thus othe...
Guess (noun)
.... Dryden.It is a wrong way of proceeding to venture a greater good ...
Hale (verb)
...ts at Rome, though the people proceeded sometimes to pull and hale ...
Hold (verb active)
...ll which they do in this sort proceedeth originally from some such ...
Hysterical
...b. Floyer on the Humours. proceeding from disorders in the womb...
Hysterick
...b. Floyer on the Humours. proceeding from disorders in the womb...
Hystericks
....] Fits of women, supposed to proceed from disorders in the womb....
Illegality
... unjustifiableness of all the proceedings by virtue of them. Claren...
Jealousy
...using to treat with the king, proceeded only from his jealousy, tha...
Labyrinth
... The earl of Essex had not proceeded with his accustomed warines...
Logarithms
...xpedition of calculation, and proceeding in an arithmetical proport...
Make (verb active)
...ration to the world, that the proceedings against Sir William Stanl...
Mum (interjection)
...ush. Mum then, and no more proceed. Shakesp. Tempest. Well sa...
Nonplus (noun)
... hesitate which way he should proceed; but he had first in his comp...
Nonplus (verb)
... nonplus the devil himself to proceed farther. South. What, you ...
Oscitancy
...rnment of the Tongue.It might proceed from the obscitancy of transc...
Other
... some other are so regular in proceeding according to art, as they ...
Postulatum
...of scriblers, upon which they proceed as upon first principles. Add...
Quadrantal
... fill that space of dilating, proceed in strait lines, and dispose ...
Radical
...nces, which are secondary and proceed from these radical difference...
Rheumatick
...dj. [??????????; from rheum.] proceeding from rheum or a peccant wa...
Rheumatism
...painful distemper supposed to proceed from acrid humours. Rheuma...
Rough
...Davideis. Not gentle; not proceeding by easy operation.He gave ...
So
..., that he may judge whether I proceeded rationally, if so be anythi...
Stone (noun)
...sed his difficulty in urining proceeding from the stone. Wiseman's ...
Take (verb active)
...nto Macedonia. 2 Cor.Before I proceed, I would be glad to take some...
That (pronoun)
...viting in this sort of poetry proceeds not so much from the idea of...
Unpregnant
...e unpregnant, And dull to all proceedings. Shakespeare....
Vacant
...d a pleasant and vacant face, proceeding from a singular assurance ...
Vacation
... Intermission of jurdical proceedings, or any other stated empl...
Virtuality
...er, and from thence sometimes proceed an hundred ears. Brown's Vulg...
Water (noun)
... a piece, and inequalities of proceeding will never hold water. L'E...
Welcome (adjective)
...ll like it,And wish it should proceed; for, unto menPrest with thei...
Zealot
...th true knowledge, and thence proceed to an unwearied passion, for ...
Zetetick
...Zete'tick. adj. [from ?????.] proceeding by enquiry....

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