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"rock" appears within the following entries:
A (article)
...ese downs, these meads, these rocks, these mountains,And peace s...
Abide
...Deservedly confin'd into this rock Shakesp. Tempest. To bear ...
Abrupt
...e mossy wild,Tumbling through rocks abrupt. Thomson's Winter. ...
Absolutely
... neither absolutely climb the rock of virtue, no freely sink int...
Adamantean
...halybean temper'd steel, and frock of mail Adamantean proof. Mil...
Advertency
...led from that text, as from a rock. Swift. ...
Auriferous
... That which produces gold. rocks rich in gems, and mountains ...
Beach
...p. King Lear. Deep to the rocks of hell, the gather'd beach ...
Bibulous
...bly gravel next, and guttur'd rocks. Thomson....
Blab (verb active)
...ds; Nor blab it on the lonely rocks, Where echo sits, and list'n...
Bolis
...e balls of this kind. Muschenbrock....
Cabin (verb active)
...as the marble, sounded as the rock; As broad and gen'ral as the ...
Cast (verb active)
... a high place.Bear him to the rock Tarpeian, and from thenceInto...
Comb (noun)
...Wherewith she sits on diamond rocks,Sleeking her soft alluring l...
Dandle
... we find by the common use of rocking froward children in cradle...
Danger (noun)
...n alone we find,Than from the rocks, the billows, and the wind. ...
Dart (noun 2)
...ed or slain with a piece of a rock or flint; there another with ...
Daw
...ong,That daws, and trees, and rocks should last so long,When we ...
Down (adverb)
...tand, Though standing else as rocks; but down they fell By thous...
Drift (noun)
...gged rift,Doth roll adown the rocks, and fall with fearful drift...
Dry (verb active)
... fleece upon the neighbouring rock. Dryden. To exhale moistu...
Gabardine
...avardina, Italian.] A coarse frock; any mean dress. My best w...
Gonorrhoea
...mmy grows on the tops of high rocks: they powder and boil it in ...
Habitation
...eaps of ruins. Denham's Sophy.rocks and mountains, which in the ...
Hyperbolically
...sts into the sea a steep high rock, and hyperbolically described...
Knock (noun)
...on.Guiscard, in his leathern frock, Stood ready, with his thrice...
Labour (verb active)
...bours up the hill,The rowling rock in vain, and curst Ixion's wh...
Make (verb active)
...orce; to gain by force.Rugged rocks are interpos'd in vain;He ma...
Piece (noun)
... by force. Acts. These lesser rocks or great bulky stones, that ...
Pigeon
...rough the next opening of the rocks rowing with all their might,...
Rapture
...ft-ebbing; nor withstood them rock or hill. Milton. ...
Rent (noun 1)
...s this vast rent in so high a rock, how the convex parts of one ...
Sea
...e. Dryden's Albion.But like a rock unmov'd, a rock that bravesTh...
Steril
... Thy sea marge steril, and rocky hard. Shakes. Tempest. In...
Stone (noun)
...ethink me strait of dang'rous rocks! Shakespeare. The English us...
Take (verb active)
...ant goes,Rich crystals of the rock she takes up there,Huge agat ...
Tempest (noun)
...t, shall be hurl'dEach on his rock transfix'd. Milton.   &n...
Twain
... When old winter split the rocks in twain; He strip'd the bea...
Typify
...emies relented, but the stony rocks and vail of the temple were ...
Vitious
...nds to be high, it is full of rock, mountain, and pointedness. B...
Yean
...drag along,Who yeaning on the rocks has left her young. Dryden. ...

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