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 That (pronoun)

"that" appears within the following entries:
A
... The broad sound resembling that of the German a is found, in ...
A (article)
...ber one, as, a man is coming, that is, no more than one; or an i...
AB
...es of places, generally shews that they have some relation to an...
Abactor
...ce, in distinction from those that steal only a sheep or two. Bl...
Abalienate
...[from abalieno, Lat.] To make that another's which was our own b...
Aband
...nd got large portions of land,that in the realm, ere long, they ...
Abandoned
... credulity, as to think, upon that principle, that a clod of ear...
Abarticulation
... move strongly and easily; or that species of articulation that ...
Abase
..., still think to be thankful, that to thy advancement their wisd...
Abasement
...ecause of glory; and there is that lifteth up his head from a lo...
Abash
...s not lawful to eat any thing that is stolen. But she replied u...
Abate (common law)
...hrow it. A stranger abateth, that is, entereth upon a house or ...
Abate (verb active)
...s work to be done by a queen, that it might appear to be his own...
Abate (verb neuter)
...Our physicians have observed, that, in process of time, some dis...
Abatement
...w of works then, in short, is that law, which requires perfect o...
Abator
...intrudes into houses or land, that is void by the death of the f...
Abbess
... discourse of Father Francis, that the very next day she entered...
Abbot
..., which sense was implied; so that the abbots were called patres...
Abbreviate
...s politeness in discourse, is that of abbreviating or reducing w...
Abbreviation
...gy of expression in them all, that they never can be changed, bu...
Abbreviature
...n, who grieves rather for him that injures him, than for his own...
Abdicative
...A'bdicative. adj. that which causes or implies an ab...
Abditive
...ve. adj. [from abdo, to hide] that which has the power or qualit...
Abdomen
...s, the bones of the coxendix, that of the pubes and os sacrum. ...
Abduce
...t will not duplicate; for, in that position, the axis of the con...
Abecedarian
... letters of the alphabet.] He that teaches or learns the alphabe...
Abed
...oo, with long lying abed: and that, when she was of their age, s...
Aberrance
...an advantage of constitution, that it should not at all adultera...
Aberring
...and just compute, and calling that one year, which perhaps might...
Abet
..., quoth he, return again,Abet that virgin's cause disconsolate,A...
Abetter
...be'tter, or Abe'ttor. n.s. He that abets; the supporter or encou...
Abeyance
... is in no man during the time that the parsonage is void, but is...
Abhor
...Michael: Justly thou abhorr'stthat son, who on the quiet state o...
Abhorrence
...to abhor, hatred.He knew well that even a just and necessary off...
Abhorrency
...rst tendency to any injustice that appears, must be suppressed w...
Abhorrent
...so abhorrent from the vulgar, that they would as soon believe An...
Abhorrer
...n.s. [from abhor.] The person that abhors; a hater, detester. ...
Abhorring
... upon the carcases of the men that have transgressed against me:...
Abide
...emain, not cease or fail.They that trust in the Lord shall be as...
Abider
...n.s. [from abide.] The person that abides or dwells in a place; ...
Abiding
...hron. xxix. 15. The air in that region is so violently remove...
Ability
...the ability which God giveth: that God in all things may be glor...
Abintestate
...] A term of law, implying him that inherits from a man, who, tho...
Abject (adjective)
...;         that rebellionCame like itself in ...
Abjection
...irit; servility; baseness. that this should be termed basenes...
Abjectness
...f lying; the condescending to that, being a mark of a disingenuo...
Abjuration
... abjuring. The oath taken for that end. Until Henry VIII. his...
Abjure
...ht's Dream.No man, therefore, that hath not abjured his reason, ...
Ablactation
..., till it is firmly united to that on which it is grafted....
Ablaqueation
...which, as it is the very root that doth maintain this silver ste...
Ablative
...e. n.a. [ablativus, Lat.] that which takes away. The sixth c...
Able (adjective)
... was served by the ablest men that were to be found; without whi...
Able (verb)
... say none; I'll able 'em;Take that of me, my friend, who have th...
Ablegate
... send a person out of the way that one is weary of. Dict....
Ableness
...ty of body, vigour, force. that nation doth so excel, both fo...
Abluent
...rom abluo, to wash away.] that which washes clean. That whic...
Abnegation
... interests, and trusts of all that man is most apt to depend upo...
Aboard
...to draw,And him to ferry over that deep ford. Fairy Q. b. ii. ca...
Abode (verb)
...y man,After the hideous storm that follow'd, wasA thing inspir'd...
Abodement
... I like not this.For many men that stumble at the threshold,Are ...
Abolish
...ament's part it was proposed, that all the bishops, deans, and c...
Abolishable
...ishable. adj. [from abolish.] that which may be abolished....
Abolisher
...sher. n.s. [from abolish.] He that abolishes....
Abolishment
...rein, had been only to prove, that all such ceremonies, as they ...
Abolition
...ead of Mæcenas's model, that state might have continued un...
Abominable
...eligion. Unclean.The foul that shall touch any unclean thing...
Abomination
...ies. The object of hatred.that ye shall say, thy servant's t...
Abortion
...ig;tus, he comforted himself, that, had it arrived to perfection...
Abortive (adjective)
...e. adj. [abortivus, Lat.] that which is brought forth before...
Abortive (noun)
...Abo'rtive. n.s. that which is born before the due ...
Abound
...abound with blessings: but he that maketh haste to be rich, shal...
About (adverb)
...i. cant. ii. stanz. 33.A wolf that was past labour, had the wit ...
About (preposition)
...e and manufacture, to answer, that, in their neighbourhood, all ...
Above (adverb)
...e gave to the sea his decree, that the waters should not pass hi...
Above (preposition)
... quantity or number.Every one that passeth among them, that are ...
Above-cited
...om the authority above-cited, that this was a fact confessed by ...
Above-ground
...n expression used to signify, that a man is alive; not in the gr...
Above-mentioned
...-cited. I do not remember, that Homer any-where falls into th...
Abreast
...e by side; in such a position that the breasts may bear against ...
Abridge
...is following the direction of that guide; and he, that has a pow...
Abridger
...An Abri'dger. He that abridges; a shortener. A ...
Abridgment
...nts, and to draw to less,Even that nothing, which at first we we...
Abroach
...inning as promises a progress.that man, that sits within a monar...
Abroad
... shall have the misfortune of that young traveller, who lost his...
Abrogate
...ch occasions ceasing, laws of that kind do abrogate themselves. ...
Abruption
...f them, have commonly some of that matter still adhering to them...
Abruptly
...he time thus agreed upon, and that in whatever company or busine...
Abruptness
..., are easily known from those that are lodged in the strata. Th...
Absconder
...s. [from abscond.] The person that absconds....
Absence
... call a probable absence; as, that of students on the score of s...
Absent (adjective)
...nt object.I distinguish a man that is absent, because he thinks ...
Absentee
...Absente'e. n.s. He that is absent from his station or...
Absolute
... as things.Because the things that proceed from him are perfect,...
Absolutely
...ns which grow in those minds, that neither absolutely climb the ...
Absoluteness
...don, b. viii.There is nothing that can raise a man to that gener...
Absolutory
...ry. adj. [absolutorius, Lat.] that which absolves. Though an ...
Absolve
...ave an opportunity of belying that general scandal, of redeeming...
Absonous
...ter of a middle constitution, that should partake of some of the...
Absorb
...he particular constitution of that earth, which made it obnoxiou...
Absorbent
...bsorbens, Lat.] A medicine that, by the softness or porosity ...
Absorption
... penmen, or the spirit of God that directed them, to shew us the...
Abstain
...tly desirous of any thing, so that a man cannot abstain from it,...
Abstemious
... is spoken likewise of things that cause temperance. The inst...
Absterse
...terge. Nor will we affirm, that iron receiveth, in the stomac...
Abstersive
...'rsive. adj. [from absterge.] that has the quality of absterging...
Abstinence
...ence from a present pleasure, that offers itself, is a pain, nay...
Abstinent
...inent. adj. [abstinens, Lat.] that uses abstinence, in oppositio...
Abstract (adjective)
... as geometry, arithmetic; yet that which is mixed, doth consider...
Abstract (noun)
...entiments he had remarked; so that he could give a tolerable ana...
Abstracted
...from abstract.] Separated.that space the evil one abstracted...
Abstraction
...thing corporeal or spiritual; that is, any thing peculiar or pro...
Abstruse
... from within the golden lamps that burnNightly before him, saw, ...
Abstruseness
... men persuade others it says, that makes it seem obscure, and th...
Abstrusity
...m abstruse.] Abstruseness.that which is abstruse. A word sel...
Absume
... gradual waste; to eat up. that which had been burning an inf...
Absurd
...ctator, № 291.But grant that those can conquer, those can ...
Absurdity
...n infinite number. Locke. that which is absurd; as, his trav...
Absurdly
...he atheist, and convince him, that not only his principle is abs...
Abundance
...ubjects love supplies,Who, in that bounty, to themselves are kin...
Abundantly
...bundantly the moving creature that hath life. Genesis, i. 20.&nb...
Abuse (noun)
...The nature of things is such, that, if abuses be not remedied, t...
Abuse (verb)
... To make an ill use of.They that use this world, as not abusin...
Abuser
...[from the verb abuse.] He that makes an ill use. He that dec...
Abusive
...fied by a number of examples, that whatsoever is gained by an ab...
Abutment
...Abu'tment. n.s. [from abut.] that which abuts, or borders upon ...
Abysm
...with abyss. My good stars, that were my former guides,Have em...
Abyss
...i. In a figurative sense, that in which any thing is lost.Fo...
Acacia
...d here, though different from that which produces the true acaci...
Academical
...ral, as I have heard him say, that he could well have bent his m...
Academick (noun)
...ic shall dwell upon a journal that treats of trade in a dictator...
Academist
...d by the Parisian academists, that some amphibious quadrupeds, p...
Academy
... namely, the Athenian school, that of Sicyon, that of Rhodes, an...
Accede
...er has acceded to the treaty; that is, has become a party....
Acceleration
...overed first by Galileo, is, that the velocities acquired by fa...
Accent (noun)
...w, Sir, I am no flatterer; he that beguiled you in a plain accen...
Accent (verb)
...neral.O my unhappy lines! you that beforeHave serv'd my youth to...
Accept
...d said, Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of person...
Acceptable
...the accent on the second. that which is likely to be accepte...
Acceptableness
...ke away the acceptableness of that conjunction. Grew's Cosmologi...
Acceptably
...ant of a good oratory; for he that prayeth upon God's account, c...
Acceptance
...Reception with approbation.By that acceptance of his sovereignty...
Acceptation
... soul! knows he no other, but that I do suspect, neglect, yea, a...
Accepter
....s. [from accept.] The person that accepts....
Acception
...se of a word; the meaning. that this hath been esteemed the d...
Access
...d this life, and no assurance that repentance would be admitted ...
Accessary
...sed than the proper word.] that which, without being the chie...
Accessible
...ibilis, Lat. accessible, Fr.] that which may be approached; that...
Accession
... air, when expanded, and what that force should have been accord...
Accessory (noun)
... Applied to persons.A man that is guilty of a felonious offe...
Accident
...yet remain of the same nature that it was before; or it is that ...
Accidental (adjective)
...ch a minister as wind to fire,that adds an accidental fierceness...
Accidentally
...et the world is so corrupted, that no man can reasonably hope to...
Acclamation
...h joy, and acclamations loud, that one,That, of so many myriads ...
Accloy
...nse cloy is still in use.They that escape best in the temperate ...
Accolent
...ent. n.s. [accolens, Lat.] He that inhabits near a place; a bord...
Accommodable
.... adj. [accommodabilis, Lat.] that which may be fitted; with the...
Accommodate (adjective)
...and to impose it upon them as that which was most proper and agr...
Accommodate (verb)
...had altered many things, not that they were not natural before,...
Accompanier
... [from accompany.] The person that makes part of the company; co...
Accompany
... is wisely ordered by nature, that pain should accompany the rec...
Accomplice
...ed for accomplice to the fire,that burnt his palace but to build...
Accomplish
...as, to accomplish a design.He that is far off shall die of the p...
Accomplished
...ualification.For who expects, that, under a tutor, a young gentl...
Accomplisher
...[from accomplish.] The person that accomplishes. Dict....
Accomplishment
...ividual person, makes nothing that is perfect in all its parts. ...
Accord (noun)
... I found, and means I wrought,that I that lady to my spouse had ...
Accord (verb neuter)
...n spoke, and seldom meant;But that my heart accordeth with my to...
Accordance
... in long accordance bide,With that great worth which hath such w...
Accordant
...prince discovered to Claudio, that he loved your niece my daught...
According
...churches are places provided, that the people might there assemb...
Accordingly
... said to have a stubborn soul,that apprehends no further than th...
Account (noun)
...perhaps it will not be amiss, that his father from thenceforth r...
Account (verb)
... to think, to hold in opinion.that also was accounted a land of ...
Accountant (adjective)
...arsAccountant to the law upon that pain. Shakesp. Meas. for Meas...
Accourage
... See COURAGE.] To animate. that forward pair she ever would a...
Accretion
... the oily and earthy parts of that moisture. Newton's Optics. ...
Accretive
...j. [from accretion.] Growing; that which by growth is added. ...
Accrue
...n, hath changed the manner of that personal subsistence; no alte...
Accubation
... at meals. It will appear, that accubation, or lying down at ...
Accumulative
.... adj. [from accumulate.] that which accumulates. That which...
Accumulator
...r. n.s. [from accumulate.] He that accumulates; a gatherer or he...
Accuracy
...of the Divinity; or, at best, that can collate a text, or quote ...
Accurate
...ccurate trials than Reaumure, that brightest ornament of France....
Accurately
...raction. Newt. Opt. ax. v. that all these distances, motions,...
Accurateness
...ut sometime after, suspecting that in making this observation I ...
Accurse
...as if God had so accursed it, that it should never shine to give...
Accursed
...Accu'rsed. part. adj. that which is cursed or doomed to ...
Accusable
... adj. [from the verb accuse.] that which may be censured; blamab...
Accusatory
...u'satory. adj. [from accuse.] that which produceth or containeth...
Accuse
...is a cat or dog in the house, that can be accused for running aw...
Accuser
...u'ser. n.s. [from accuse.] He that brings a charge against anoth...
Accustomably
... them, and do therefore think that they also grew up with the ch...
Ace
...world can he have to presume, that he shall draw a white stone r...
Acerbity
... temper; severity.True it is, that the talents for criticism, na...
Acescent
...'scent. adj. [acescens, Lat.] that which has a tendency to sourn...
Acetose
...Aceto'se. adj. that which has in it acids or vine...
Ache (noun)
...es with aches, make thee roar,that beasts shall tremble at thy d...
Achievement
...f an action. From every coast that heaven walks about, Have thit...
Achiever
...An Achi'ever. n.s. He that performs; he that obtains wha...
Acid
...ixivial particles, it changes that syrup green. Quincy....
Acidulae
...Aci'dulæ. n.s. [that is, aquæ acidulæ....
Acknowledge
...f. Shakesp. Mer. of Ven. None that acknowledge God, or providenc...
Acolothist
...eir proper habits; and to see that all the offices of the church...
Aconite
...us'd. Dryd. Virg. Despair, that aconite does prove, And certa...
Acorn
...oak, and co?n, corn or grain; that is, the grain of the oak.] ...
Acquaint
...ither to persons or things.We that acquaint ourselves with ev'ry...
Acquaintance
...sp; Brave soldier, pardon me, that any accent breaking from my t...
Acquainted
...our high court of parliament; that war or peace, or both at once...
Acquiesce
...n airy ungrounded persuasion, that they will those things which ...
Acquiescence
... any sign of contradiction to that; but an entire acquiescence i...
Acquirable
...i'rable. adj. [from acquire.] that which may be acquired or obta...
Acquired
...cession of uneasiness, out of that stock, which natural wants, o...
Acquirement
...'rement. n.s. [from acquire.] that which is acquired; gain; atta...
Acquirer
...s. [from acquire.] The person that acquires; a gainer....
Acquisitive
...ve. adj. [acquisitivus, Lat.] that which is acquired or gained. ...
Acquit
...Conquest of Granada, Dedic.He that judges, without informing him...
Acquittance (noun)
...ey had got a worse trick than that; the same man bought and sold...
Acrimony
...corrosiveness.There be plants that have a milk in them when they...
Across
...up into a kind of pyramid; so that you see a pile of men in the ...
Acrostick (adjective)
...Acro'stick. adj. that which relates to an acrostick...
Act (noun)
...ch in your nature to do good, that your life is but one continue...
Act (verb)
...nduct one's self. 'Tis plain, that she who, for a kingdom now, W...
Action
...ite to rest. O noble English, that could entertain With half the...
Actionable
...tionable. adj. [from action.] that which admits an action in law...
Actionary
...nist. n.s. [from action.] One that has a share in actions or sto...
Activate
...will turn water into ice, and that in a few hours; so it may be,...
Active
...ive. adj. [activus, Lat.] that which has the power or qualit...
Actor
...r. n.s. [actor, Lat.] He that acts, or performs any thing. ...
Actress
... n.s. [actrice, Fr.] She that performs any thing. Virgil ha...
Actual
...tual. adj. [actuel, Fr.] that which comprises action. In th...
Actuary
...Suppose the judge should say, that he would have the keeping of ...
Actuose
...Actuo'se. adj. [from act.] that which hath strong powers of a...
Aculeate
...leate. adj. [aculeatus, Lat.] that which has a point or sting; p...
Acute
...t to be the other, but cannot that way know whether they be equa...
Acutely
...ive as primitive sense. He that will look into many parts of ...
Acuteness
...would not be so apt to think, that there could be nothing added ...
Adage
...hallow unimproved intellects, that are con?dent pretenders to ce...
Adamant
...s, Lat. from ? and ?????, Gr. that is, insuperable, infrangible....
Adamantine
...d to the tree, In sunder rend that adamantine chain, Whose golde...
Adapt
...ellanies. It is not enough that nothing offends the ear, but ...
Adaptation
...s there be of middle natures, that is, of bird and beast, as bat...
Add
...t.] To join something to that which was before.Mark if his ...
Addable
...A'ddable. adj. [from add.] that which may be added. Addible i...
Addibility
... so apparent to the mind, is that which gives us the clearest a...
Addict
... know the house of Stephanus, that they have addicted themselves...
Addictedness
... of being addicted. Those, that know how little I have remitt...
Additament
...tructure itself; and, besides that, there are certain additament...
Additional
...tional. adj. [from addition.] that which is added. Our kalend...
Additory
...A'dditory. adj. [from add.] that which has the power or qualit...
Addle (adjective)
... thence transferred to brains that produce nothing. There's o...
Addle (verb)
...ddled, swim; as do also those that are termed hypenemiæ, o...
Address (noun)
...rd the virgin's soft address, that, as the wound, the passion mi...
Address (verb)
...habit sad, Himself addrest to that adventure hard; So to the riv...
Addresser
...s. [from address.] The person that addresses or petitions....
Adducent
...word applied to those muscles that bring forward, close, or draw...
Adept (adjective)
...e told of, I am apt to think, that, among their arcana, they are...
Adept (noun)
...'pt. n.s. [from adeptus, Lat. that is, adeptus artem.] He that i...
Adequately
...y in these two things: first, that it is a debt; and, secondly, ...
Adhere
...every thing adheres together, that no dram of a scruple, no scru...
Adherency
...nce.] Steady attachment. that which adheres. Vices have a n...
Adherent (adjective)
...d to be inherent or adherent, that is, proper or improper. Adher...
Adherent (noun)
....s. [from adhere.] The person that adheres; one that supports th...
Adherer
...e'rer. n.s. [from adhere.] He that adheres. He ought to be in...
Adhesion
.... ——— Prove that all things, on occasion, Love...
Adiaphorous
...ned, by distilling the liquor that is afforded by woods and dive...
Adieu
... Ne gave him leave to bid that aged sire Adieu, but nimbly r...
Adit
...dits or soughs to drain them) that no gins or machines could suf...
Adjacency
...lying close to another thing. that which is adjacent. See Adjace...
Adjacent (noun)
...Adja'cenct. n.s. that which lies next another. T...
Adjection
... The thing adjected or added. that unto every pound of sulphur, ...
Adjective
...se at the end of a verse, and that verse commonly which they cal...
Adjoin (verb neuter)
...at once, as is possible; and, that being understood and full mas...
Adjourn
...sent, 'tis a needful fitness, that we adjourn this court to furt...
Adjournment
..., out of a fantastical levity that holds us off and on, betwixt ...
Adjunct (adjective)
...ately consequent. So well, that what you bid me undertake, Th...
Adjunctive
.... [adjunctivus, Lat.] He that joins. That which is joined....
Adjure
...with dread, Ye fatal fillets! that once bound this head, Ye sacr...
Adjust
...ian had been a christian, and that he had nothing else in view, ...
Adjutory
...tory. adj. [adjutorius, Lat.] that which helps. Dict....
Admeasurement
...ing of those to a mediocrity, that usurp more than their part. I...
Adminicular
...adj. [from adminiculum, Lat.] that which gives help. Dict....
Administer
...er an oath. Swear by the duty that you owe to heav'n, To keep th...
Administration
... shone so powerfully upon me, that, like the heat of a Russian s...
Administrative
...ve. adj. [from administrate.] that which administers; that by wh...
Administrator
... It is properly taken for him that has the goods of a man dying ...
Admirable
...more admirable is his praise, that he will not hurt. Sidney, b. ...
Admirably
... so admirably well contrived, that, from the very depth of the s...
Admiral
... An officer or magistrate that has the government of the kin...
Admiration
...deas of nature, the result of that view is admiration, which is ...
Admire (verb active)
...ly in a good sense. 'Tis here that knowledge wonders, and there ...
Admire (verb neuter)
...he eye is already so perfect, that I believe the reason of a man...
Admirer
...from admire.] The person that wonders, or regards with admi...
Admiringly
...urnfully. Shakesp. All's well that ends well. We may yet furt...
Admissible
...dj. [admitto, admissum, Lat.] that which may be admitted. Sup...
Admission
...tting. There was also enacted that charitable law, for the admis...
Admit
...matter so far to terrify him, that, for the king's service, as w...
Admittable
...ought to prove to the bishop, that he is a deacon, and that he h...
Admittance
...s conceit to think it lawful, that every man which listeth shoul...
Admonish
...fairs, admonished him against that unskilful piece of ingenuity....
Admonisher
.... [from admonish.] The person that admonishes, or puts another i...
Admonition
...fault, and to sleep again; so that, upon a second and third admo...
Admonitioner
... all, but thought it the best that their minister should always ...
Admonitory
...ry. adj. [admonitorius, Lat.] that which admonishes. The sent...
Ado
... establish the power of those that govern. Locke. It has a l...
Adolescence
...ded by puberty; more largely, that part of life in which the bod...
Adolescency
... He was so far from a boy, that he was a man born, and at his...
Adopt
...ssion of uneasinesses, out of that stock, which natural wants, o...
Adopter
...o'pter. n.s. [from adopt.] He that gives some one by choice the ...
Adoption
... abominable terms, and by him that does me the wrong. Shakesp. M...
Adoptive
...dj. [adoptivus, Lat.] He that is adopted by another, and ma...
Adorable
...o'rable. adj. [adorable, Fr.] that which ought to be adored; tha...
Adoration
...4. It is possible to suppose, that those who believe a supreme e...
Adorer
...rer. n.s. [from adore.] He that adores; a worshiper: a term g...
Adorn
... to adorn and gild each part, that shews more cost than art; Jew...
Adry
... He never told any of them, that he was his humble servant, bu...
Adscititious
.... adj. [adscititius, Lat.] that which is taken in to complete...
Adulation
..., committed since the time of that exalted adulation, or that wa...
Adulterate (adjective)
...Comedy of Err. —— that incestuous, that adulterate b...
Adulterate (verb)
...mon pot-ashes, bought of them that sell it in shops, who are not...
Adulteress
....s. [from adulterer.] A woman that commits adultery. The Spar...
Adulterous
...s potent regiment to a trull, that noses it against us. Shakesp....
Adumbrant
...brant. adj. [from adumbrate.] that which gives a slight resembla...
Adumbrate
...bit a faint resemblance, like that which shadows afford of the b...
Adumbration
.... To make some adumbration of that we mean, the interiour is rat...
Adunation
...being accidentally present in that liquor, are frozen up in it, ...
Adunque
...nwards; hooked. The birds that are speakers, are parrots, pi...
Adust
...byan air adust,Began to parch that temperate clime. Milton's Par...
Adustible
...du'stible. adj. [from adust.] that which may be adusted, or burn...
Advance (noun)
...ns. Men of study and thought, that reason right, and are lovers ...
Advancement
... promoting it; and I observe, that it makes daily advancements, ...
Advancer
...ncer. n.s. [from advance.] He that advances any thing; a promote...
Advantage (noun)
...such privy attempts, insomuch that the bruit of his manliness wa...
Advantage (verb)
... is wisely ordered by nature, that pain should accompany the rec...
Advantage-ground
...dva'ntage-ground. n.s. Ground that gives superiority, and opport...
Advantageous
...m to know himself, to the end that he may cultivate those talent...
Advent
...A'dvent. n.s. [from adventus; that is, adventus Redemptoris.] ...
Adventine
...nio, adventum.] Adventitious; that which is extrinsically added;...
Adventitious
... adj. [adventitius, Lat.] that which advenes; accidental; su...
Adventive
...io, Lat.] The thing or person that comes from without: a word no...
Adventure (noun)
...eneral summoned three castles that were near: one desperate of s...
Adventure (verb)
... angry, Most mighty princess, that I have adventur'd To try your...
Adventurer
....s. [adventurier, Fr.] He that seeks occasions of hazard; he...
Adventurous
...j. [adventureux, Fr.] He that is inclined to adventures; an...
Adverbial
...ial. adj. [adverbialis, Lat.] that which has the quality or stru...
Adversary
...y: generally applied to those that have verbal or judicial quarr...
Adverse
...ous. What if he hath decreed, that I shall first Be try'd in hum...
Adversity
...r.] Affliction; calamity; that is, opposition to our wishes....
Advert
...dvert; The earth regard as of that whole a part; In which wide f...
Advertency
...nt; or else you had fled from that text, as from a rock. Swift. ...
Advertise
...cted, Ferhates, understanding that Solyman expected more assured...
Advertisement
...e to speak patience To those, that wring under the load of sorro...
Advertiser
....s. [advertiseur, Fr.] He that gives intelligence or informa...
Advice
... Counsel; instruction: except that instruction implies superiori...
Advise (verb active)
..., and not to think it a skill that belongs not to them. Locke. W...
Advised
...urpose; acted with design. By that which we work naturally, as, ...
Advisedly
...stay to consider advisedly of that which is moved. Bacon, Essay ...
Advisedness
...to the consideration of those that are in authority; to whose ca...
Adviser
....s. [from advise.] The person that advises, or gives counsel; a ...
Advocacy
...there are who are of opinion, that there are no antipodes, or th...
Advocate
....s. [advocatus, Lat.] He that pleads the cause of another i...
Advowe
...Advowe'. n.s. He that has the right of advowson. Se...
Advowson
...it is so termed, because they that originally obtained the right...
Aerial
...hall. Paradise Lost. From all that can with fins or feathers fly...
Aerie
...s and other birds of prey for that which we generally call a nes...
Aetites
...d hollow, with somewhat in it that rattles upon shaking. Quincy....
Afar
...; Dismiss'd his bumish'd helm that shone afar, The pride of warr...
Afeard
...ed; afraid. He loudly bray'd, that like was never heard, And fro...
Affability
...d so desirous to oblige them, that he did not enough consider th...
Affable
... affect or persuade any thing that he took to heart. Bacon. &nbs...
Affect (noun)
...assion; sensation. It seemeth that as the feet have a sympathy w...
Affect (verb)
... appearing in the presence of that Being, whom none can see and ...
Affectation
...qualified for passing life in that manner. Spectator, № 26...
Affected
...p. King Lear. He was assured, that the model they seemed affecte...
Affectedly
...so willing it should be true, that they have not attempted to ex...
Affection
...e love not a gaping pig; Some that are mad if they behold a cat;...
Affectionate
...ectionate; and it is as true, that, in their hatred of sin, men ...
Affectioned
... obsolete. An affectioned ass that cons state without book, and ...
Affective
...fe'ctive. adj. [from affect.] that which affects; that which str...
Affiance (noun)
...I found, and means I wrought, that I that lady to my spouse had ...
Affiance (verb)
...other was wrecked, having, in that vessel, the dowry of his sist...
Affiancer
...cer. n.s. [from affiance.] He that makes a contract of marriage ...
Affidavit
...n should have made affidavit, that his servants had been affront...
Affirm (verb neuter)
...wn authors faithfully affirm, that the land Salike lies in Germa...
Affirmable
...i'rmable. adj. [from affirm.] that which may be affirmed. Tho...
Affirmant
....s. [from affirm.] The person that affirms; a declarer. Dict....
Affirmation
...e. The position affirmed. that he shall receive no benefit f...
Affirmative
...tive. adj. [from affirm.] that which affirms, opposed to neg...
Affirmer
....s. [from affirm.] The person that affirms. If by the word vi...
Affix (verb)
...posteriori; to subjoin. He that has settled in his mind deter...
Afflict
...ur own country, or a stranger that sojourneth among you. Levitic...
Afflicter
...s. [from afflict.] The person that afflicts....
Affliction
...to Windsor, to one Mr. Brook, that you have cozened of money; I ...
Afflictive
...i'ctive. adj. [from afflict.] that which causes affliction; pain...
Affluent
...r bulk by the affluent blood, that is transmitted out of the mot...
Afflux
...ing to some place; affluence. that which flows to another place....
Affluxion
...lowing to a particular place. that which flows from one place to...
Afford
...times of the greatest plenty, that so they may afford cheaper, a...
Afforest
...eareth, by Charta de Foresta, that he afforested many woods and ...
Affrightful
...nd there is an absence of all that is destructive or affrightful...
Affrightment
...of fearfulness. Whether those that, under any anguish of mind, r...
Affront (noun)
...ont remains. Dryd. Aureng. He that is found reasonable in one th...
Affront (verb)
...ffro'nt. v.a. [affronter, Fr. that is, ad frontem stare; ad fron...
Affronter
...s. [from affront.] The person that affronts....
Affronting
...ticipial adj. [from affront.] that which has the quality of affr...
Affy (verb neuter)
...thy uprightness and integrity,that I will here dismiss my loving...
Afloat
...l; and there are other rivers that flow into the Inn, which brin...
Afoot
...hought it best to return, for that day, to a village not far off...
Aforehand
... fitted. For it will be said, that in the former times, whereof ...
Aforesaid
...epetition, if we resume again that which we said in the aforesai...
Aforetime
...ime.] In time past. O thou that art waxen old in wickedness, ...
Afraid
... death,It hap'ly be thy will, that I should knowGlimpse of delig...
After (adverb)
...llowing it; but the great one that goes upward, let him draw the...
After-enquiry
...st either be directed by some that take upon them to know, or to...
After-liver
....s. [from after and live.] He that lives in succeeding times. ...
Afterhours
...m after and hours.] The hours that succeed. So smile the heav...
Afterproof
...ing in question. All know, that he likewise at first was much...
Afterward
...easonable causes of retaining that, which former considerations ...
Afterwit
...g of what's gone and past; so that afterwit comes too late, when...
Again
...h of his will, certain it is, that the perpetual trouble of his ...
Against
...ntrary; opposite, in general. that authority of men should preva...
Agape
... solemn than the tedious pomp that waits On princes, when their ...
Agarick
...able; the other is medicinal, that is called agarick, which grow...
Agaze
...ight toward them gallop fast, that seemed from some feared foe t...
Agent (adjective)
...A'gent. adj. [agens, Lat.] that which acts; opposed to patien...
Agent (noun)
...A'gent. n.s. An actor; he that acts; he that professes the f...
Air (noun)
...he word air, I may say, it is that fine matter which we breathe ...
Airy
...g to the air.There are fishes that have wings, that are not stra...
Ake
...panied, the very moment, with that sick stomach and aking head, ...
Ambages
...ve those complex ideas names, that they might the more easily re...
Ambition
...ng such a mind as Antiphilus, that so great goodness could not h...
An
...s now disused. It is certain, that odours do, in a small degree,...
Animal (noun)
...mals are either Sanguineous, that is, such as have blood, which...
Anno Domini
...s, anno domini, or A.D. 1751; that is, in the seventeen hundred ...
Another
... other.] Not the same. He that will not lay a foundation for...
Anthropophagi
... Man-eaters; cannibals; those that live upon human flesh. &nb...
Apace
...pa'ce. adv. [from a and pace; that is, with a great pace.] Q...
Apart
... in place. Since I enter into that question, it behoveth me to g...
Apartment
...The most considerable ruin is that on the eastern promontory, wh...
Ape (noun)
...s you like it.Writers report, that the heart of an ape worn near...
Aperient
... adj. [aperio, Lat. to open.] that which has the quality of open...
Aperitive
... [from aperio, Lat. to open.] that which has the quality of open...
Aphaeresis
...???????.] A figure in grammar that takes away a letter or syllab...
Aphelion
...rom ???, and ?????, the sun.] that part of the orbit of a planet...
Aphorism
...times they are flattered with that aphorism, will hardly believe...
Apsis
... If bodies revolve in orbits that are pretty near circles, and ...
Arboreous
...s grow upon trees, from those that grow on the ground. Quincy.Th...
Arch (noun)
... the half.The mind perceives, that an arch of a circle is less t...
Aristocracy
...test, and ??????, to govern.] that form of government which plac...
Arrant
...as an errant or arrant rogue, that is, a rambling rogue, lost, i...
Asleep
...leep, and in an apoplexy, but that the one can be awaked, and th...
Assot
...is to assure, uneath to weene that monstrous errour which doth s...
Attain (noun)
... terrene attains, are akin to that which to-day is in the field,...
Attain (verb active)
...thout the means, nay by means that are quite contrary to it? Til...
Attainable
...a'inable. adj. [from attain.] that which may be attained; procur...
Attainment
...ment. n.s. [from attain.] that which is attained; acquisitio...
Attaint (noun)
...t; taint.No man hath a virtue that he has not a glimpse of; nor ...
Attaint (verb)
...re it not an endless trouble, that no traitor or felon should be...
Aught
...bsp; If I can do it, By aught that I can speak in his dispraise,...
Auriferous
...'ferous. adj. [aurifer, Lat.] that which produces gold. Rocks...
Avail (noun)
...dvantage; benefit. For all that else did come, were sure to f...
Away
...impossible to know properties that are so annexed to it, that an...
Awe (verb)
...ges, and so awe him; or those that have interest in him, and so ...
Awful
...dj. [from awe and full.] that which strikes with awe, or fi...
Awhape
...e it is derived; but imagine, that the Teutonick language had an...
Awhile
...d an adverb, is only a while, that is, a time, an interval.] Som...
Awkward
...'wkward. adj. [[?a??, Saxon; that is, backward, untoward.] ...
Awkwardly
...n saying will pass upon them, that it is suitable to their breed...
Awl
...es with an awl, about a joint that will lie in the earth. Mortim...
Awork
...o the performances of it, and that by living well. Hammond's Pra...
Awry
... governed with goodly modesty;that suffers not one look to glanc...
Axiom
...ition evident at first sight, that cannot be made plainer by dem...
Axis
....] The line real or imaginary that passes through any thing, on ...
Ay
...of speed. Shakesp. All's well that ends well.What say'st thou? W...
B
...ich an epigrammatist remarks, that bibere and vivere are in Gasc...
Babble (verb)
... Andr.And had I pow'r to give that knowledge birth,In all the sp...
Babe
...p;       Those that do teach your babes,Do it wit...
Baby
...ls play with.The archduke saw that Perkin would prove a runnagat...
Bacciferous
...e a naked monospermous fruit, that is, containing in it only one...
Back (adverb)
...e house, unless You undertake that with me. Shakesp. Twelfth Nig...
Back (noun)
...k as towards the front of him that speaketh, so likewise doth th...
Back (verb)
...;         that roan shall be my throne. Well...
Backbite
...d slander the sacred ashes of that most just and honourable pers...
Backfriend
... friend.] A friend backwards; that is, an enemy in secret. S...
Backpiece
...ers the back. The morning that he was to join battle, his ar...
Backslide
...by divines. Hast thou seen that which backsliding Israel hath...
Backstairs
... the court at the backstairs, that some pricked for sheriffs get...
Bacon
...n. n.s. [probably from baken, that is, dried flesh.] The fle...
Barometer
...e baroscope, which only shews that the air is heavier at one tim...
Baron
.... It may be probably thought, that anciently, in England, all th...
Barrel (noun)
...erved by one of the ancients, that an empty barrel knocked upon ...
Be
...d is so remarkably irregular, that it is necessary to set down m...
Beach
... n.s. The shore; particularly that part that is dashed by the wa...
Beadle
...oody hand: Why dost thou lash that whore? Shakesp. King Lear. Th...
Bear (verb active)
...word used with such latitude, that it is not easily explained.We...
Bed (noun)
...bsp;   On my knees I beg,that you'll vouchsafe me, raiment,...
Belly (noun)
...Dutch; bol, bola, Welch.] that part of the human body which ...
Beloved
...ed of love. It is observable, that, though the participle be of ...
Bewray
...idney.Men do sometimes bewray that by deeds, which to confess th...
Beyond
...Neither is it beyond the sea, that thou shouldst say, who shall ...
Bezel
...Be'zel.Be'zil.n.s. that part of a ring in which the s...
Bezil
...Be'zel.Be'zil.n.s. that part of a ring in which the s...
Bezoar
...of an acorn, and sometimes to that of a pigeon's egg. Were the ...
Bias (adverb)
...p;     Every action that hath gone before,Whereof we h...
Bias (noun)
...the world is full of rubs,And that my fortune runs against the b...
Bib (verb)
...rink as often as he cried; so that he was constantly bibbing, an...
Bibber
...rom to bib.] A tippler; a man that drinks often....
Bibulous
...'bulous. adj. [bibulus, Lat.] that which has the quality of drin...
Bicker
...hey fell to such a bickering, that he got a halting, and lost hi...
Bicorne
...ornous element of Pythagoras; that is, the making of the horns e...
Bicornous
...ornous element of Pythagoras; that is, the making of the horns e...
Billiards
...gular. [billard, Fr. of which that language has no etymology; an...
Bird (noun)
...ig;n. There are some birds that are inhabitants of the water,...
Birth
...ths of nature. Shakesp. H. IV.that poets are far rarer births th...
Bishop (noun 1)
...íque, I would observe, that there is no natural connexion...
Bit (noun 1)
...rses, pulling off their bits, that they might something refresh ...
Bit (noun 2)
...e smoaking lard,A sav'ry bit, that serv'd to relish wine. Dryden...
Bitch
... have been credibly informed, that a bitch will nurse, play with...
Bite (verb)
...had bit me, should have stood that nightAgainst my fire. Shakesp...
Blab (noun)
...I'll shew him a blab, and one that shall make privacy as publick...
Blab (verb active)
... To tell; in a good sense. that delightful engine of her thou...
Black (noun)
...n's Fables. A blackamoor. that part of the eye which is blac...
Black (verb)
...ckly dried up, but the paper, that I could not burn before, woul...
Black-pudding
...gs, proper food For warriours that delight in blood. Hudibras, p...
Blast (noun)
...A gust, or puff of wind. They that stand high, have many blasts ...
Blast (verb)
... after them. Gen. xli. 6. She that like lightning shin'd, while ...
Blue
... bluest veins to kiss; a hand that kings Have lipt. Shakesp. Ant...
Blush (verb)
...seen in the whole breast, yet that is but in passage to the face...
Blushy
... blush. Blossoms of trees, that are white, are commonly inodo...
Bluster (noun)
...hy wrath must fall With those that have offended. Shakesp. Timon...
Bo
...rthern captain, of such fame, that his name was used to terrify ...
Boarder
.... [from board.] A tabler; one that eats with another at a settle...
Boast (noun)
...ntation; a proud speech. Thou that makest thy boast of the law, ...
Boast (verb active)
... To magnify, to exalt. They that trust in their wealth, and bo...
Boast (verb neuter)
...in their pockets, boasting in that which was their shame. Wisema...
Bode (verb active)
...oding prodigy!A swarm of bees that cut the liquid sky,Upon the t...
Bone (noun)
...extremity than in the middle, that the articulations might be fi...
Booby
...xception to this fact we find,that booby Phaon only was unkind,A...
Borough
...l use, is not a borough town, that is, a franchised town; but a ...
Box (noun 1)
...rgreen; it hath male flowers, that are produced at remote distan...
Box (noun 2)
... more, so every one was used, that to give largely to the box re...
Box (noun 3)
...nd. For the box o' th' ear that the prince gave you, he gave ...
Brain (noun)
...??n, Sax. breyne, Dutch.] that collection of vessels and org...
Breadth
...n Ticinum, in Italy, a church that hath windows only from above:...
Break (verb active)
...open by force.Moses tells us, that the fountains of the earth we...
Breast (noun)
...communicate with one another, that if any of them be stopped, th...
Brew (verb active)
... most contrary to his nature, that, I think, had ever been brewe...
Broach (noun)
...ase office in his kitchen; so that he turned a broach, that had ...
Broach (verb)
...store.I will notably provide, that you shall want neither weapon...
Broad
...guished from length.The weeds that his broad spreading leaves di...
Brook (verb active)
...n they, which brook it worst, that men should tell them of their...
Brown
... to burn, and ??, a face; for that blackness or swarthiness in t...
Buff (noun)
...ared after the same manner as that of the buffalo. A military co...
Buffle (verb)
... This was the utter ruin of that poor, angry, buffling, well-m...
Burrow (noun)
...amden.] A corporate town, that is not a city, but such as se...
Caballer
...a'ller. n.s. [from cabal.] He that engages in close designs; an ...
Caballistical
....adj. [from cabal.] Something that has an occult meaning. The...
Caballistick
....adj. [from cabal.] Something that has an occult meaning. The...
Cabbage Tree
... tree envelope each other, so that those which are inclosed, bei...
Cabin (noun)
...ve to his sensual desire,Till that with timely fruit her belly s...
Cabinet
...midst, and all other elegancy that may be thought on. Bacon's Es...
Cabinet-maker
... [from cabinet and make.] One that makes small nice work in wood...
Cable
...ry VI. p. iii. True it is, that the length of the cable is th...
Cackle (verb)
... and seemed to be so pleased, that he fell a frisking and dancin...
Cackler
....s. [from cackle.] A fowl that cackles. A teltale, a tatler....
Cacochymy
...ts. Strong beer, a liquor that attributes the better half of...
Cake (noun)
...d from a loaf.There is a cake that groweth upon the side of a de...
Calendar (noun)
...y deserv'd? what hath it done,that it in golden letter should be...
Calf
...y small. Suckling.The calf of that leg blistered. Wiseman's Surg...
Caltrops
...nt made with three spikes, so that which way soever it falls to ...
Calumny
...r soil or climate, to affirm, that so excellent a fruit will not...
Camel
...refreshment. It is reported, that nature has furnished them, fo...
Cap (noun)
...head, Latin.] The garment that covers the head.Here is the c...
Carnage
...f death from all things there that live. Milton. His ample maw, ...
Carnivorous
...rnis and voro.] Flesh-eating; that of which flesh is the proper ...
Cart (noun)
... Alas! what weights are these that load my heart! I am as dull a...
Cast (verb active)
...peak for your own profit, not that I may cast a snare upon you. ...
Cat (1)
...chat, Fr.] A domestick animal that catches mice, commonly reckon...
Catachrestical
...similitude it holds with men, that is, in a bifurcation. Brown's...
Cataclysm
...ersal deluge. The opinion that held these cataclysms and emp...
Catagmatick
.... adj. [???????, a fracture.] that which has the quality of cons...
Caw
...k of aged elms, so very high, that the rooks and crows upon the ...
Celestify
... thing. We should affirm, that all things were in all things...
Chanter
... curious chanters of the wood,that warble forth dame Nature's la...
Chanticleer
... note shrill,Had warned once, that Phœbus' firy carIn hast...
Chantress
... woman singer. Sweet bird, that shun'st the noise of folly,Mo...
Chantry
...se before him,And, underneath that consecrated roof,Plight me th...
Cheek
...heir machines and instruments that are double, and perfectly ali...
Cherishment
...ne lives, her age's ornament, that with rich bounty and dear che...
Cherry (noun)
...eing of the first tree-fruits that appears to welcome in the fru...
Cherry-tree
...eing of the first tree-fruits that appears to welcome in the fru...
Cheslip
...he'slip. n.s. A small vermin, that lies under stones or tiles. S...
Chiliaedron
... may be very confused, though that of the number be very distinc...
Chocolate
... glow, And tremble at the sea that froths below! Pope. ...
Clinch (noun)
...red clinches makes. Pope. that part of the cable which is fa...
Cloth
...rds buy their linen cloths in that kingdom. Swift. The piece...
Clothe
... too much time we bestow upon that. Our souls also are to be cl...
Clown
...sented with no other vice but that of being a clown, and having ...
Cloy
...very creed of Athanasius, and that sacred hymn of glory, are now...
Cock (noun)
...nbsp; True cocks o' th' game, that never ask for what, or whom, ...
Cock (verb active)
... cock holds his head. This is that muscle which performs the mot...
Cocoa (2)
...ves of the trees are used for thatching their houses, and are al...
Coil (noun)
...Who was so firm, so constant, that this coilWould not infect his...
Coil (verb)
...ntil the pressure of the air, that at first coiled them, be re-a...
Cold (adjective)
...nbsp;   O noble English, that could entertain, With half th...
Comb (verb)
.... Shakespeare.Divers with us, that are grown grey, and yet would...
Coming (adjective)
...I will grant it. Shakespeare. that very lapidary himself, with a...
Commerce (noun)
...illotson. In any country, that hath commerce with the rest o...
Compendium
...mary; breviate; abbreviature; that which holds much in a narrow ...
Compurgator
...tation: these are so obvious, that I need not be far to seek for...
Condemn
...to recoil and start, When all that is within him does condemn It...
Conventicle
...heresy or schism.It behoveth, that the place where God shall be ...
Corn (noun)
...arnel, and all the idle weeds that growIn our sustaining corn. S...
Corporate
...ubverting all corporate towns that were not strongly walled. Spe...
Corporation
...man may do by law all things, that by law he is not forbidden; a...
Corporeal
...mberless, to his omnipotence, that to corporeal substances could...
Corporeity
... Since philosophy affirmeth, that we are middle substances betw...
Corpuscle
...ures of the little corpuscles that compose and distinguish diffe...
Corpuscular
...the distinguishing epithet of that philosophy which attempts the...
Corpuscularian
...the distinguishing epithet of that philosophy which attempts the...
Correct (verb)
... gout or stone,The only thing that can be done,Is to correct you...
Correlate (noun)
...Córrelate. n.s. One that stands in the opposite relati...
Correlative
...ing a reciprocal relation, so that the existence of one in a par...
Correspond
... we have, but no farther than that. Locke. To keep up commer...
Corrosion
...cted, as bones and metals; so that the menstruums here employed,...
Corrupt (adjective)
...roceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of e...
Corrupt (verb active)
...corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ. 2 Cor. xi. 3. E...
Corrupton
...stracted from ideas of sense, that they seldom get an opportunit...
Corticated
...uped corticated and depilous; that is, without wool, fur, or hai...
Coruscation
...vibration of light. We see that lightnings and coruscations, ...
Cosmical
...l ascension of a star we term that, when it ariseth together wit...
Courage
... the foe. Dryden. Courage, that grows from constitution, very...
Court (noun)
...rderly, so debauch'd and bold,that this our court, infected with...
Covet (verb active)
... Macbeth. O father! can it be that souls sublime, Return to visi...
Covetous
... Shakespeare's Henry VIII. He that is envious or angry at a virt...
Covetousness
...ness. Shakes. K. John. He that takes pains to serve the ends...
Cow (noun)
...er milk and calves. We see that the horns of oxen and cows, f...
Crack (verb active)
...strings. Donne.Honour is like that glassy bubble,That finds phil...
Creditor
...He to whom a debt is owed; he that gives credit; correlative to ...
Cross (adjective)
...tion of the second prism, all that penumbra would be conspicuous...
Cross (noun)
...cross of a quill, longways of that part of the quill which hath ...
Cross (preposition)
... thing. They were advertised, that the enemy had, in the woods b...
Cross (verb active)
...ross the cudgels to the laws; that what by breaking them't had g...
Crucifier
...fier. n.s. [from crucify.] He that inflicts the punishment of cr...
Crucify
... he nails thy enemies,The law that is against thee, and the sins...
Cruiser
...iser. n.s. [from cruise.] One that roves upon the sea in search ...
Cube
...eing observed in all of them, that the squares of the times of t...
Cubical
...against any particular throw, that you do not cast any given set...
Cubick
...against any particular throw, that you do not cast any given set...
Curious
...m the spirit of lyes suggests,that they were blind, because they...
Cynical
...atirical. He doth believe that some new fangled wit (it is h...
Cynick (adjective)
...atirical. He doth believe that some new fangled wit (it is h...
Cystick
...of two sorts; the cystick, or that contained in the gall-bladder...
Da Capo
... head or the beginning, means that the first part of the tune sh...
Dabble (verb neuter)
...or mud.Neither will a spirit, that dwells with stars, dabble in ...
Dabbler
.... n.s. [from dabble.] One that plays in water. One that medd...
Dad
...ng father. It is remarkable, that, in all parts of the world, t...
Daddy
...ng father. It is remarkable, that, in all parts of the world, t...
Daft
...v.a. [contracted from do aft; that is, to throw back, to throw o...
Dagger
...s sword a dagger had his page,that was but little for his age;An...
Daggledtail
... so many daggledtail parsons, that happen to fall in their way. ...
Daily (adjective)
...und to heavenIn daily thanks, that gave us such a prince. Shak. ...
Daily (adverb)
...Every day; very often. Let that man with better sense advise,...
Daintily
...s a naked and open day-light, that doth not shew the masks and m...
Dainty (adjective)
...llWill now deny to dance? She that makes dainty,I'll swear hath ...
Dainty (noun)
...fondness formerly in use.Why, that's my dainty; I shall miss the...
Dairy
.... These beauties will suspect that you have no more worth Than t...
Dairymaid
...quickly, or we shall conclude that thou art in love with one of ...
Dalliance
...rom inner bow'r. Fairy Queen. that, not mystick, where the sapie...
Dally (verb neuter)
...his life, With thine, and all that offer to defend him, Stand in...
Damn
...Macbeth.It is most necessary, that the church, by doctrine and d...
Dandler
...ndler. n.s. [from dandle.] He that dandles or fondles children....
Danger (noun)
...isque; hazard; peril. They that sail on the sea, tell of the ...
Daw
...us quite, we have great wrong,that daws, and trees, and rocks sh...
Debt
...m, Latin; dette, French.] that which one man owes to another...
Debtor
...n.s. [debitor, Latin.] He that owes something to another. I ...
Defailance
...ffections were the authors of that unhappy defailance. Glanv. Sc...
Defective
...le help to cure my ignorance, that this is the best of four or f...
Defile (verb active)
...ke legally or ritually impure.that which dieth of itself he shal...
Defiler
...;ler. n.s. [from defile.] One that defiles; a corrupter; a viola...
Delf
...ould be so flown with waters, that no gins or machines could suf...
Delfe
...ould be so flown with waters, that no gins or machines could suf...
Democracy
...he three forms of government; that in which the sovereign power ...
Dew (noun)
...ill awak'd. Shak. R. III. that churchman bears a bounteous m...
Dialect
.... When themselves do practise that whereof they write, they chan...
Diamond
...th. The largest ever known is that in the possession of the grea...
Dictionary
... spirits, and left an account that they stand in awe of charms, ...
Discretion
...r, b. iv. s 12.It is not good that children should know any wick...
Discriminate
...ot, than for what you are, to that discriminating mercy, to whic...
Discrimination
... discrimination between those that are, and those who are not th...
Distain
...yd. Virg.Place on their heads that crown distain'd with gore,Whi...
Distrain (verb active)
...r a debt. Here's Beauford, that regards not God nor king,Hath...
Distrainer
...ner. n.s. [from distrain.] He that seizes....
Distressful
...eak of some distressful strokethat my youth suffered. Shakespear...
Doctor (noun)
...n.s. [doctor, Latin.] One that has taken the highest degree ...
Dodecatemorion
...contains, Let twelve exhaust, that not one part remains; It foll...
Door
...se.] The gate of a house; that which opens to yield entrance...
Dove
... I have here a dish of doves, that I will bestow upon your worsh...
Down (adverb)
...ster, carrying it up on high, that, by letting it fall, he might...
Draw (verb active)
...all all Israel bring ropes to that city, and we will draw it int...
Dread (adjective)
...;         that e'er this tongue of mine,That...
Dread (noun)
...rrour; affright.Think'st thou that duty shall have dread to spea...
Dread (verb active)
...ve degree. You may despise that which terrifies others, and w...
Drift (noun)
...t of his book being to prove, that what is true is impossible to...
Drop (noun)
.... Whereas Aristotle tells us, that if a drop of wine be put into...
Drum (noun)
...ms the closeness round about, that preserveth the sound from dis...
Dry (adjective)
...athos. As we should take care that our stile in writing be neith...
Dry (verb active)
...akespeare. Heat drieth bodies that do easily expire; as parchmen...
Dubitation
...called a negative perception; that is, when I perceive that what...
Due (adjective)
...[dû, French.] Owed; that which any one has a right to ...
E
...lock, flocke. It is probable that this e final had at first a s...
Each
...elm. Milton, b. vi.By hunger, that each other creature tames,Tho...
Eager
...icken the spirits as to allay that which is too eager. Hooker, b...
Eagerly
...hen the priest persuaded them that whosoever died in that expedi...
Eagerness
...sp;   Juba lives to catchthat dear embrace, and to return i...
Eagle
...it grows old. But some think that this recovery of youth happen...
Easter
...oversy about Easter, fomented that difference into a schism. Dec...
Egotism
... the course of my reading, is that of cardinal Wolsey's; ego & r...
Egotist
...;gotist. n.s. [from ego.] One that is always repeating the word ...
Elbowroom
... natives are not so many, but that there may be elbowroom enough...
Elder (adjective)
...firmly am resolv'd, you know; that is, not to bestow my youngest...
Elder (noun)
...Which overshades the mouth of that same pit. Sh. Tit. And. Th...
Eldership
... Seniority; primogeniture. that all should Alibech adore, 'ti...
Eldest
...n.] The oldest; the child that has the right of primogenitur...
Electre
...lectricity, and to the bodies that so attract the epithet electr...
Electrical
...duced by an electrick body.If that attraction were not rather el...
Electrick
...duced by an electrick body.If that attraction were not rather el...
Eleemosynary
...tle better than an absurdity, that the cause should be an eleemo...
Element (noun)
...thatute;lement. n.s....
Elemental
... red, a troubl'd colour show; that sullen mixture shall at once ...
Elemi
...the morning collect the resin that has run out. Hill's Materia M...
Elench
...en he said, Ye shall not die; that was, in his equivocation, you...
Elephant
...ck; and such is his pudicity, that he never covers the female so...
Energy
...and other powers and energies that we feel in our minds? Bentley...
Engage (verb active)
...ost perfidiously condemnThose that engag'd their lives for them....
Engender (verb active)
...al friends. Shakes. Henry VI. that engenders thunder in his brea...
Engine
...e. This is our engine, towers that overthrows; Our spear that hu...
Engird
...discontent? Shak. Hen. VI. that gold must round engirt these ...
English (adjective)
...ome into the court, and swear that I have a poor pennyworth in t...
Enshrine
...hœnix, gaz'd by all, as that sole bird, When to enshrine h...
Epigram
...olaus, an ignorant physician, that had been the death of thousan...
Epiphyllospermous
...??????.] Is applied to plants that bear their seed on the back p...
Episcopacy
... assembly in jurisdiction; so that there was little more than th...
Epitaph
...esign;With wit, and strength, that only yields to thine. &n...
Epitomise
... such mirrours and such spies,that they did all to you epitomise...
Epopee
... borrows from the epopee, and that which borrows is of less dign...
Equation
...upiter's satellites, it seems that light is propagated in time, ...
Equation (astronomy)
...apparent motion, and the time that is measured by its real or mi...
Erect (adjective)
...tation. Brown.Basil tells us, that the serpent went erect like m...
Erect (verb active)
...egiment nor religion the same that was, and theirs who only refo...
Erke
...rein should hem delite;And of that dede be not erke,But oft sith...
Ermine
... armenius, Latin.] An animal that is found in cold countries, a...
Erode
...hath been anciently received, that the sea-hare hath antipathy w...
Err
...nt maim'd and most imperfect, that will confess perfection so co...
Errand
...aptista? — I told him that your father was in Venice. Sh...
Errant
... now demonstrable unto sense, that there are many more. Brown's ...
Errata
...ts with faults, besides those that the errata take notice of, he...
Erroneous
...ies of erroneous circulation; that is, when the blood strays int...
Erroneously
...en are erroneously persuaded, that it is the will of God to have...
Errour
...our judgment giving assent to that which is not true. Locke.&nbs...
Escargatoire
...vast quantity of large snails that are esteemed excellent food, ...
Escheat (noun)
... Any lands, or other profits, that fall to a lord within his man...
Escuage
...rench, a shield.] Escuage, that is service of the shield, is ...
Esculent (adjective)
...ood; eatable. I knew a man that would fast five days; but the...
Especially
... other. I somewhat marvel, that they especially should think ...
Esperance
...ance so obstinately strong, that doth invert th' attest of eye...
Estrich
...frighted out of fear; and, in that mood, The dove will peck the ...
Ethicks
...ll moral virtues, she was all that ethicks speak of virtues card...
Evangely
...cute;ngely. n.s. [??????????, that is, good tidings.] Good tidin...
Evanid
...rather evanid and weaker than that of the leaves. Bacon's Nat. H...
Evergreen (noun)
...Eacute;vergreen. n.s. A plant that retains its verdue through al...
Evolution
...ircumference to rectitude, as that all its parts do meet togethe...
Exist
... It is as easy to conceive that an infinite Almighty Power mi...
Extemporal
...hath many arguments to prove, that voluntary and extemporal far ...
Exulcerate
...stay on long . Bac. Nat. Hist.that the saliva hath a virtue of m...
Exult
...whole world did seem to exult that it had occasion of pouring ou...
Exuviae
... so little room in the stone, that they appear to be only the sk...
Eyas
...y of children, little eyases, that cry out. Shakespeare's Hamlet...
Eye (noun)
...nto the register of your own, that I may pass with a reproof off...
Eye (verb active)
... it been only coveting to eye that sacred fruit. Milton's Paradi...
Eyeball
...eyeballs into bullets turn'd, that I in rage might shoot them at...
Eyedrop
....s. [eye and drop.] Tear. that tyranny which never quaft but...
Eyeglass
...a' not you seen, Camillo? But that's past doubt you have; or you...
Eyeless
...proclaim'd prize! most happy! that eyeless head of thine was fir...
Eyelid
... [eye and lid.] The membrane that shuts over the eye. Therew...
Eyeservant
... [eye and servant.] A servant that works only while watched....
Eyesore
...ore, or a galling to the ears that hear it? Hooker, b. v. Fy,...
Eyestring
...e sheep are sound or not, see that their gums be red, the briske...
Eyre
...st, journeying up and down to that purpose. Cowel....
F
...semi-vowels, and according to that opinion distinguished in the ...
Fable (verb active)
...sp; Ladies of th' Hesperides, that seem'dFairer than feign'd of ...
Fable (verb neuter)
...o write not truth but fiction.that Saturn's sons receiv'd the th...
Fabrication
...te work of a vital principle, that formeth the first rudiments o...
Fabrick (noun)
...t precisely one over another, that so the solid may answer to th...
Fabulosity
...fabulosity they would report, that they had observations for twe...
Face (noun)
...Israel saw the face of Moses, that the skin of Moses's face shon...
Face (verb active)
...st his will,He fac'd men down that he stood still. Prior. To...
Face to Face
...eliver any man to die, before that he which is accused have his ...
Facet
...nto several angles. Honour that is gained and broken upon ano...
Facile
...urteous, facile, sweet,Hating that solemn vice of greatness, pri...
Facinerious
...s strange, 'tis very strange, that is the brief and the tedious ...
Facing
...ace.] An ornamental covering; that which is put on the outside o...
Fact
...or effect, and rashly to take that for done which is not done. B...
Faction
...on. Their hatred went so far, that by one of Simon's faction mur...
Factious
...m to the Tower, And crop away that factious pate of his. Shakes....
Fairy (noun)
...ean knight; And ask him, why, that hour of fairy revel, In their...
Faitour
...our, Philemon, I cast to pay, that I so dearly bought. Fairy Que...
Family
...ke somewhat. Swift. Those that descend from one common proge...
Fare (verb)
... to our humble sight Presents that beauty, which the dazzling li...
Farrow (noun)
...e pig. Pour in sow's blood that hath litter'd Her nine farrow...
Farrow (verb)
... fair and fruitful as the sow that carry'd The thirty pigs, at o...
Farther (adjective)
.... Let me add a farther truth, that without those ties of gratitu...
Farther (adverb)
...st: it is therefore probable, that the ancient orthography was n...
Fartherance
... Encouragement; promotion. that was the foundation of the lea...
Farthest (adjective)
...it must be withal considered, that the greatest part of the worl...
Farthing
...n?, Saxon, from ??o???, four, that is the fourth part of a penny...
Farthingale
...ho at last seems to determine that it is derived from vertu gard...
Fasces
...d, like Scipio, with disdain, that Carthage, which he ruin'd, ri...
Fascination
...tion and enchantment to those that saw him or heard him. Bacon. ...
Fashion (noun)
...bsp;       For that I love your daughter In such ...
Fashion (verb)
.... Jul. Cæsar.Did not he that made me in the womb, make him...
Fashionable
...ogers.'Tis prevailing example that hath now made it fashionable....
Fast (adjective)
...en into a marsh; where, after that he, being sore wounded, and a...
Fast (noun)
...have broke their fasts today, that ne'er shall dine, unless thou...
Fast (verb)
...t thy head and wash thy face, that thou appear not unto men to f...
Father (noun)
... and refers only to an act of that thing called man, whereby he ...
Fawn (noun)
...e to place, Like a young fawn that late hath lost the hind; And ...
Fawner
...a'wner. n.s. [from fawn.] One that fawns; one that pays servile ...
Fear (noun 1)
...n's Juv. Fear, in general, is that passion of our nature whereby...
Fear (verb neuter)
...gotten gain; And pray to gods that will not hear, While the deba...
Fearful
...t takes upon sinners, besides that fearful punishment which shal...
Fellow (noun)
...t plighted each our holy oath,that one should be the common good...
Felo-de-se
...Felo-de-se. n.s. [In law.] He that committeth felony by murderin...
Feminine (adjective)
...ninus, Latin.] Of the sex that brings young; female.Thus we ...
Feminine (noun)
...e. n.s. A she; one of the sex that brings young; a female. &n...
Feuillage
...d; and I inclose the outline, that you may determine whether you...
Few
...ms behold, Than foul diseases that infect the fold. Dryden's Vir...
Fico
...he then gives the fico to all that his adversaries can by siege,...
Filaceous
...f lime-trees: it is the stalk that maketh the filaceous matter c...
Filbert
...y other fruits, from some one that introduced or cultivated it; ...
Filch
...shall always have safe being, that none are continually filched ...
First (adjective)
...xon.] The ordinal of one; that which is in order before any ...
First (adverb)
... are very few or no creatures that can provide for themselves at...
First-fruits
...d use to raise them by steps, that he might not lose the profit ...
Firstling (adjective)
...i'rstling. adj. [from first.] that which is first produced or br...
Fish (noun)
...xon; visch, Dutch.] An animal that inhabits the water. The be...
Fish-pond
...it will not appear incredible that C. Hirrius should sell his fi...
Fisher
...es. Comedy of Err. We know that town is but with fishers frau...
Fisherman
...'s eyes so low! The fishermen that walk upon the beach Appear li...
Fishers-coat
...er. When Simon-Peter heard that it was the Lord, he girt his ...
Fishertown
...hermen. Others of them, in that time, burned that fishertown ...
Fishkettle
...ut bending. It is probably that the way of embalming amongst ...
Fistula
...ous within; any sinuous ulcer.that fistula which is recent is th...
Florin
...irst made by the Florentines. that of Germany is in value 2 s. 4...
Fly (noun)
... death. Thomson's Summer. that part of a machine which, bein...
Fool (noun)
...r titles thou hast given away that thou wast born with. Shakespe...
Forcipated
... with their forcipated mouth, that they will not part therewith,...
Foulmouthed
...It was allowed by every body, that so foulmouthed a witness neve...
Foulness
...ts were wont to make garments that were not destroyed but purifi...
Freak (noun)
...ms in field. Fairy Queen.When that freak has taken possession of...
Freeze (verb active)
...ear thrills through my veins, that almost freezes up the heat of...
Freeze (verb neuter)
... the sun. Locke. To be of that degree of cold by which water...
Friend (noun)
...on go with you, and with thosethat would make good of bad, and f...
Friend (verb)
...enance; to support. I know that we shall have him well to fri...
Frippery
...tattered rags. Poor poet ape, that would be thought our chief, W...
Frog
...s likewise a small green frog that porches on trees, said to be ...
Fucus
...chat Of fucus this, and fucus that. Ben. Johnson. Those who ...
Full (adjective)
...n in envy. Bacon, Essay 49.In that sweet season, as in bed I lay...
Fur (noun)
...e exhaled to such a degree as that the remainder sticks on the p...
Fur (verb)
... To line or cover with skins that have soft hair.How mad a sigh...
Furfur
...or chaff, scurff or dandriff, that grows upon the skin, with som...
Fusee (1)
...motion of the next wheel, and that by the motion of the next, an...
Fusee (2)
...f a bomb or granado shell, is that which makes the whole powder ...
Fusil (adjective)
...ss skilful, fancy these scapi that occur in most of the larger G...
G
...nd the Latin, which is called that of the hard G, because it is ...
Gabble (noun)
...] Inarticulate noise like that of brute animals.Not to know ...
Gabble (verb)
...ndow'd thy purposesWith words that made them known. Shakesp. Tem...
Gable
...f of a building. Take care that all your brick-work be covere...
Gad (verb)
...o court each place or fortune that doth fall,Is wantonness in co...
Gadder
...s. [from gad.] A rambler; one that runs much abroad without busi...
Gadfly
...xon ʒad, and fly.] A fly that when he stings the cattle mak...
Gag (verb)
...stop the mouth with something that may allow to breathe, but hin...
Gage (noun)
...f slain SansfoyHe spy'd, with that same fairy champion's page,He...
Gaily
... Trivia.Like some fair flow'r that early Spring supplies,That ga...
Gain (noun)
...ccount, who has a great stock that he is content to turn that wa...
Gain (verb active)
...he other, you gain nothing by that. Burnet's Theory of the Earth...
Gain (verb neuter 1)
...gained so far on the emperor, that I began to conceive hopes of ...
Gainer
...gainer. Denham's Sophy. He that loses any thing, and gets wis...
Galaxy
...i' th' sky, If those be stars that pain the galaxy. Cowley. ...
Gall (noun)
...nd you must still adore;Grant that the honey's much, the gall is...
Gall (verb active)
... my pointWith this contagion, that, if I gall him slightly,It ma...
Galligaskins
...pen hose. My galligaskins, that have long withstoodThe Winter...
Gallow (noun)
...and whispered him in the ear, that execution must that day be do...
Gallowglasses
...nd was instead of the footman that now weareth a corslet, before...
Gallows
...and whispered him in the ear, that execution must that day be do...
Gamut
...e of heroes fill'd the stage, that rant by note, and through the...
Gargarize
..., doth ease the hiccough; for that it is astringent, and inhibit...
Garrison (noun)
...for its defence. Some of them that are laid in garrison will do ...
Gauge (verb)
...ctly admirable in itself than that artful manner in Homer's batt...
Gay (adjective)
...ope. Fine; showy.A virgin that loves to go gay. Bar. vi. 9 ...
Geck (noun)
... most notorious geck and gull that e'er invention plaid on? Shak...
Gelatine
...scous; stiff and cohesive. that pellucid gelatinous substance...
Gelatinous
...scous; stiff and cohesive. that pellucid gelatinous substance...
Geld
... it so clearly in some places that they took away the very manho...
Gelder
...e'lder. n.s. [from geld.] One that performs the act of castratio...
Gelding
...han females; yet artifically, that is, by making geldings, oxen ...
General (adjective)
...epresent any particular being that is conformable to it. Locke. ...
Gewgaw (adjective)
...owy without value. Let him that would learn the happiness of ...
Gewgaw (noun)
...ble; a splendid plaything. that metal they exchanged for the ...
Ghost (noun)
...O, let him pass! He hates him,that would upon the rack of this r...
Gibbe
...ut animal. Hanmer. For who that's but a queen, fair, sober, w...
Gibbet (noun)
... the gibbet, but he did adore that blessed pow'r which he had se...
Gibbet (verb)
...me off and on swifter than he that gibbets on the brewer's bucke...
Gibe (noun)
...the gibes, and notable scorns that dwell in ev'ry region of his ...
Gibe (verb neuter)
...mpt. They seem to imagine that we have erected of late a fra...
Giblets
... rich who grudges me my meat? that he may loll at ease; and pamp...
Gipsy
... declared, and perhaps truly, that they were driven from Egypt b...
Gird (verb active)
... my foot; And in reguerdon of that duty done, I gird thee with t...
Gird (verb neuter)
... not able to invent any thing that tends to laughter more than I...
Give (verb active)
...crifices and burnt offerings, that we may sacrifice unto the Lor...
Glass (noun)
...ht so compact and firm a body that it is indestructible by art o...
Glory (noun)
... of heaven prepared for those that please God.Thou shalt guide m...
Glory (verb)
...ir own proceedings, to glory, that whereas Luther did but blow a...
Go
...      You know that loveWill creep in service whe...
Goad (verb)
...nbsp;   Most dangerousIs that temptation, that doth goad us...
Gold
...Peru. Pure gold is so fixed, that Boerhaave informs us of an ou...
Goose
...faced lown, Where got'st thou that goose look? Shakesp. Macbeth....
Gorgeous
...nbsp;       O, that deceit should dwell In such a...
Gorgon
...or man, And try the virtue of that gorgon face To stare me into ...
Gorse
...] Furz; a thick prickly shrub that bears yellow flowers in Winte...
Gradient
...ngst those gradient automata, that iron spider is especially rem...
Grammar
...rding to the grammar rules of that language, do yet speak improp...
Grand
...gh in power. God had planted, that is, made to grow the trees of...
Great (adjective)
...s goodly and stately; yet so, that it might seem that great mind...
Great (noun)
...for the strength of the navy, that no ships should be builded by...
Green (adjective)
...s is green, which is a colour that no flower is of: there is a g...
Griffin
...poet of Proconesus, affirmed, that near the one-eyed nations gri...
Griffon
...poet of Proconesus, affirmed, that near the one-eyed nations gri...
Grutch (verb)
...doth grutch,Because of abuses that fall, Lest some men should ha...
Guess (noun)
...inction of things, into those that are according to, above, and ...
Guess (verb active 1)
...s them with the heaviest soundthat ever yet they heard.— H...
Guinea
...a particular piece of matter; that is, the last guinea that was ...
Gyration
...fire; the reason of which is, that the sensation of the coal in ...
Gyre
...hion'd those harmonious orbs, that rollIn restless gyres about t...
Gyves
...d hap'd to meetA rising root, that held his fasten'd feet;So dow...
Ha
...sHave wrought such confusions,that the monarch's a slave to the ...
Habiliment
...ou take the sum and substance that I have. Shakespeare. The c...
Habit (noun)
... of sin; which being properly that which the apostle calls the f...
Habit (verb)
... he used to wear, in which at that time he seemed to be habited,...
Habitable
... ourselves unknown. Bacon. that was her torrid and inflaming ...
Habitableness
... the Equinoctial line decides that controversy of the habitablen...
Habitance
..., man, if man at all thou art,that here in desart hast thine hab...
Habitant
... habitans, Lat.] Dweller; one that lives in any place; inhabitan...
Habitation
...save many, built her house of that nature which is common unto a...
Habitator
...Cancer is longer unto us than that in Capricorn unto the norther...
Habitude
...rfect happiness we understand that which is best and last, and t...
Habnab
...would ne would, will ne will; that is, let it happen or not.] At...
Hack (verb active)
... or unskilful blows.He put on that armour, whereof there was no ...
Hackney (noun)
...and hackney tongue. Roscommon.that is no more than every loverDo...
Haft (noun)
...m To have or hold.] A handle; that part of any instrument that i...
Hair
...rs with a microscope, we find that they have each a round, bulbo...
Hairy
.... Children are not hairy, for that their skins are more perspira...
Hale (verb)
...ter's Tale. Give diligence that thou mayest be delivered from...
Halloo (verb neuter)
...e, as at the arrantest coward that ever shewed his shoulders to ...
Hand (noun)
...hey pass'd, the loveliest pairthat ever since in love's embraces...
Handsome (adjective)
...rdian. Elegant; graceful. that easiness and handsome address...
Handsomely
...leanly convey any fit pillage that cometh handsomely in his way....
Handsomeness
...ersons of the fairer sex like that handsomeness for which they f...
Hap
...ne.Things casual do vary, and that which a man doth but chance t...
Happiness
...es are satisfied.Happiness is that estate whereby we attain, so ...
Hare (noun)
...ith long ears and short tail, that moves by leaps, remarkable fo...
Harebrained
...ld; fluttering; hurried. that harebrained wild fellow begin...
Have
... have brought him before you, that after examination had I might...
Head (noun)
....] The part of the animal that contains the brain or the org...
Heave (verb active)
...is'n, or heav'd his head, but that the willAnd high permission o...
Heave (verb neuter)
...nbsp;   'Tis such as you,that creep like shadows by him, an...
Heir (noun)
... Fr. hæres, Latin.] One that is inheritor of anything afte...
Heiress
...heir.] An inheritrix; a woman that inherits. An heiress she, ...
Heirless
...id myself; which was so much, that heirless it hath made my king...
Heliacally
...f this star, not cosmically, that is, with the sun, but heliaca...
Hell
...bsp;   For it is a knell that summons thee to heaven, or to...
Hemicrany
..., the skull, or head.] A pain that affects only one part of the ...
Hemisphere
...e of its greatest circles. that place is earth, the seat of m...
Here
...: 'Tis finish'd, and the dusk that yet remains Is but the native...
Hexagon
... capacious of all the figures that can be added to each other wi...
Hexapod
...ter sort of beetles come; for that sort of hexapods are eaten in...
Hiccius Doccius
... cant word for a juggler; one that plays fast and loose. An ...
Historify
...ird age they term historicon; that is, such wherein matters have...
Hog
...s Merchant of Venice.The hog, that plows not nor obeys thy call,...
Hogshead
...ng sixty gallons.Varro tells, that every jugerum of vines yielde...
Hold (verb active)
...the tooth, Than keep in peace that hand which thou do'st hold. S...
Hook (noun)
...t hooks.This falling not, for that they had not far enough under...
Horse (noun)
...s comes not up to the size of that idea which we have in our min...
House (noun)
...ns of intellectual substances that animate them. Stillingfleet. ...
Hyacinth
...minant: but its most usual is that mixed red and yellow, which w...
Hyperbola
...of a cone made by a plane, so that the axis of the section incli...
Hyperbole
...ey were above the hyperboles, that fond poetry bestows upon its ...
Hypnotick
...k. n.s. [?????.] Any medicine that induces sleep....
Hypochondriacal
...wn his life in attestation of that most fundamental truth, the b...
Hypochondriack
...wn his life in attestation of that most fundamental truth, the b...
Hysterical
...astonishment into spectators, that they report them possessed wi...
Hysterick
...astonishment into spectators, that they report them possessed wi...
I
...nvariably the same sound with that of g in giant; as jade, jet, ...
I (personal pronoun)
...ouls, I wonder, do? Cowley.Of that book you have given us a larg...
Iatroleptick
...ique, Fr. ?????? and ??????.] that which cures by anointing....
Ichneumon
...s. [????????.] A small animal that breaks the eggs of the crocod...
Ichor
...Milk, drawn from some animals that feed only upon flesh, will be...
Idiocy
...upon their idiocy in thinking that horses did eat their bits. Ba...
Idiom
...iom of ours. Dryden. Some that with care true eloquence shal...
Idiot
...on tell his humble suppliants that he holds them idiots, or base...
Idle (adjective)
...e idle; all the care then is, that their busy humour should be c...
Imbibe
...To admit into the mind.Those, that have imbibed this error, have...
Imbiber
...cute;ber. n.s. [from imbibe.] that which drinks or sucks. Sal...
Imbibition
... upon a sheet of white paper, that part of it, which, by the imb...
Imp (noun)
... son; the offspring; progeny. that noble imp your son. Lord Crom...
Impair (noun)
...tone, kept in undue position, that is, not lying on the meridian...
Impairment
...poverty of Adam's conception, that thought to obscure himself fr...
Impalpable
...l emulate a liquor, by reason that the smallness of the parts do...
Imparity
...arts. What verity is there in that numeral conceit, in the later...
In (composition)
...the Latin: so, active denotes that which acts, inactive that whi...
Integument
...ntum, intego, Lat.] Any thing that covers or invelops another. ...
Internecion
...in.] Massacre; slaughter. that natural propension of self-lo...
Interview
...t. Hooker. His fears were, that the interview betwixtEngland ...
Invader
...ders. Milton's Paradise Lost. that knowledge, like the coal from...
Invent
...liment. Fa. Queen.Woe to them that invent to themselves instrume...
Invention
...Fiction.O for a muse of fire, that would ascendThe brightest hea...
Inventive
... so there never lived any man that believed better thereof, and ...
Inventor
... the statue of your Columbus, that discovered the West Indies, a...
Inventress
... Fr. from inventor.] A female that invents. The arts, with al...
Jack
... estimation:You will perceive that a Jack gardant cannotOffice m...
Jack by the Hedge
... Jack by the hedge is an herb that grows wild under hedges, is e...
Jackanapes
...p;   Which is he?— that jackanapes with scarfs. Shake...
Jackdaw
... a jackdaw than for any thing that wears the shape of man. Watts...
Jade (noun 1)
...g.Alas, what wights are these that load my heart!I am as dull as...
Jade (verb active)
...egrade; to harass, as a horse that is ridden too hard.  &nb...
Jadish
... Vitious; bad, as an horse.that hors'd us on their backs, to ...
Jagg (verb)
...n purls. Bac. The banks of that sea must be jagged and torn b...
Jangle (verb active)
... sound untuneable. Now see that noble and that sovereign reas...
Jar (noun)
...ontinual jar:O miserable men, that to him subject are! Fairy Que...
Jar (verb)
...wind arose;The rings of iron, that on the doors were hung,Sent o...
Jardes
...ost common to managed horses, that have been kept too much upon ...
Jargon
...ust as much, perhaps, as showsthat all his predecessor's rulesWe...
Jaundice
... of the blood so much through that viscus as to make it divert w...
Jaundiced
...dice. All seems infected, that th' infected spy, As all look...
Jauntiness
...n my limbs entirely destroyed that jauntiness of air I was once ...
Javel (noun)
...s swift, Expired had the term that those two javels Should rende...
Jaw
...ks Aristotle's meaning, saith that the crocodile doth not only m...
Jealousy
...eeded only from his jealousy, that when the king had got him int...
Justification
...xii. 'Tis the consummation of that former act of faith by this l...
Justifier
...frees from sin by pardon. that he might be just, and the jus...
Justify
...h God? Or how can he be clean that is born of a woman? Job xxv. ...
Kam
...by his country,Were to us all that do't and suffer it,A brand to...
Kaw (noun)
... or crow. The dastard crow that to the wood made wing,With he...
Kedge
...ad of the boat, with a hawser that comes from the ship; which an...
Kedlack
...Ke'dlack. n.s. A weed that grows among corn; charlock. T...
Kee
...cow, probably kine. A lass that Cic'ly hight had won his hear...
Keen (adjective)
...    Come thick nightthat my keen knife see not the wou...
Keenness
... Asperity; bitterness of mind.that they might keep up the keenne...
Keep (verb active)
...nds, what we are considering, that would instruct us when we sho...
Keep (verb neuter)
...essels lay. Pope's Odys.A man that cannot fence will keep out of...
Keeper
...se.There is an old tale goes, that Herne the hunter,Sometime a k...
Kell (2)
...Kell. n.s. The omentum; that which inwraps the guts. Th...
Kelter
...r. n.s. [He is not in kelter, that is, he is not ready; from kil...
Ken (noun)
...the reasons we have to think, that what lies within our ken is b...
Ken (verb)
..., a new-kindled star;'Tis she that shines in that propitious lig...
Kennel (noun)
... womb hath creptA hell-hound, that doth hunt us all to death. Sh...
Kercheif
...ight arched bent of the brow, that becomes the tire vailant.&mda...
Kernel (noun)
... clothes. Shakesp. All's well that ends well.The kernel of the n...
Kest
...ill used in Scotland. Only that noise heav'ns rolling circles...
Ketch
...       I wonderthat such a ketch can with his ver...
Kettle
...of pot is given to the boiler that grows narrower towards the to...
Key
...y. Shakesp. Macbeth. Fortune, that arrant whore, Ne'er turns the...
Kibe
...ear the heel of our courtier, that it galls his kibe. Shakespear...
Kidney
... ludicrous language. Think of that, a man of my kidney; think of...
Kidneybean
...beans are a sort of cod ware, that are very pleasant wholesome f...
King (noun)
...e table of his law commanded, that thou shalt do no murder. Shak...
King (verb)
...ddy, shallow, humorous youth, that fear attends her not. Shakesp...
Kirk
...hought to rivet by the Scots, that the other contemns, despising...
Kite
...a, Saxon.] A bird of prey that infests the farms, and steals...
Kitten (noun)
...eken, Dutch.] A young cat. that a mare will sooner drown than...
Knap (verb active)
...as to make a sharp noise like that of breaking.Knap a pair of to...
Knap (verb neuter)
... I reduced shoulders so soon, that the standers-by heard them kn...
Knock (noun)
...re an harmless ox, And thinks that Agamemnon feels the knocks. D...
Knock (verb active)
...ins. Shakespeare's Othello.He that has his chains knocked off, a...
Knot (noun)
...y to be disentangled.He found that reason's self now reasons fou...
Knot (verb active)
...ho from such queens are freed,that were always telling beads:But...
Knottiness
...eof, the difficulty they have that seek after virtue. Peacham on...
Know (verb active)
...er intuitive or discursive.O, that a man might knowThe end of th...
Know (verb neuter)
...e doubtful.I know of a surety that the Lord hath sent his angel,...
Knowledge (noun)
...t say to me what I should do, that in your knowledge may by me b...
Knowledge (verb)
... The prophet Hosea tells us that God saith of the Jews, they h...
Kyd
...ust and worthless Colin Clout,that kydst the hidden kinds of man...
Label
...Is so from sense in hardness, that I canMake no collection of it...
Laborious
... Diligent in work; assiduous.that which makes the clergy glorio...
Labour (verb active)
...work, is to be granted to him that will make an abridgment. 2. M...
Labour (verb neuter)
...en shall I come to th' top of that same hill?— You do clim...
Labourer
...o noblemen and gentlemen, and that the husbandmen be but as thei...
Labyrinth
...tay;Thou may'st not wander in that labyrinth;There Minotaurs, an...
Lace (noun)
....If haply he the sect pursues,that read and comment upon the new...
Lace (verb)
... four slices of pilaster on't,that, lac'd with bits of rustick, ...
Lacerate
... rip up, viper like, the womb that brought them forth. Howel's E...
Lachrymal
... It is of an exquisite sense, that, upon any touch, the tears mi...
Lack (noun)
...sp;       Many that are not madHave sure more lac...
Lack (verb active)
...Dear Bolingbroke, the justice that we lack. Daniel. Intreat t...
Lack (verb neuter)
...recovered all. 1 Sam. xxx. 19.that which was lacking on your par...
Lackbrain
...n. n.s. [lack and brain.] One that wants wit. What a lackbrai...
Lackey (verb active)
...o heav'n is saintly chastity, that when a soul is found sincerel...
Lacteal (noun)
...aacute;cteal. n.s. The vessel that conveys chyle. The mouths...
Lactescence
... other vegetable concretions, that abound with sulphureous corpu...
Lad
...sp;   We were Two lads, that thought there was no more beh...
Lady-bird
...t, Fly where the man is found that I love best. Gay's Past. T...
Lady-cow
...t, Fly where the man is found that I love best. Gay's Past. T...
Lady-fly
...t, Fly where the man is found that I love best. Gay's Past. T...
Lammas
...st of August. In 1578 was that famous lammas day, which buri...
Lash (noun)
...logy of this word seems to be that of Skinner, from schlagen, Du...
Lash (verb active)
...charg'd the flames, and those that disobey'dHe lash'd to duty wi...
Lasher
...Lasher. n.s. [from lash.] One that whips or lashes....
Laugh (noun)
... see me search around, And by that laugh the willing fair is fou...
Laugh (verb neuter)
...lach, Scottish.] To make that noise which sudden merriment ...
Laurel
...tre; the fruit, which is like that of the cherry tree, is produc...
Laveer
...un before the wind: But those that 'gainst stiff gales laveering...
Leap-year
...d from its leaping a day more that year than in a common year: s...
Leman
...    A cup of wine, that's brisk and fine, And drink u...
Lemon
...e cooling and astringent than that of oranges. Arbuthnot on Alim...
Less (adjective)
...f Emily he saw. Dryden. He that thinks he has a positive idea...
Less (composition)
...ion of the thing expressed by that substantive: as, a witless ma...
Lexicographer
...tionaries; a harmless drudge, that busies himself in tracing the...
Liberty
...minds: where any one is such, that we have power to take it up, ...
Literal (adjective)
...f the antient fathers, we see that the words, which were, do con...
Literally
...t of words; not figuratively. that a man and his wife are one fl...
Loll (verb neuter)
...ation; of whom one tenet was, that all trades not necessary to l...
Loof (noun)
...Loof. n.s. It is that part aloft of the ship which ...
Love (verb)
...with passionate affection, as that of one sex to the other. Good...
Lubber
... flail hath thresh'd the corn,that ten day labourers could not e...
Luculent
...the most luculent testimonies that Christian religion hath. Hook...
Ludicrously
...ly; in burlesque; in a manner that may excite laughter....
Mace
...agistrates.He mightily upheld that royal maceWhich now thou bear...
Machination
... from their machinations free,that would my guiltless soul betra...
Machine
...ive their secundary pow'rFrom that which simply points the hour....
Machinery
...gines.The machinery signifies that part which the deities, angel...
Mackerel
...y of Cornwall. Law ordered that the Sunday should have rest;A...
Macula
...g; greater than usual, and by that means be darkened. Burnet's T...
Maculation
...row my glove to death himself,that there's no maculation in thy ...
Mad (adjective)
...oetry, or rather the judgment that is fallen upon dramatick writ...
Mad (verb active)
...Shakespeare. This mads me, that perhaps ignoble handsHave ove...
Madbrain
...idegroom took him such a cuff,that down fell priest and book. Sh...
Madbrained
...idegroom took him such a cuff,that down fell priest and book. Sh...
Madcap
... a wild hotbrained fellow. that last is Biron, the merry madc...
Made
... sinned, nor his parents; but that the works of God should be ma...
Madman
...orting. 2 Esd. xvi. 71. He that eagerly pursues any thing, is...
Madness
...fets himself on the forehead, that any madness I ever yet beheld...
Madrigal
...single rank of verses, and in that differs from a canzonet, whic...
Magazine
...urs, it shall be very needful that there be a magazine of all ne...
Maiden (adjective)
...s there one of all the nymphs that rov'd O'er Mænalus, ami...
Make (verb active)
... they said, Call for Sampson, that he may make us sport. Judg. x...
Man (noun)
...es my loved life,Thanked be I that keep a man,Who ended hath thi...
Man (verb)
...ivil War.It hath been agreed, that either of them should send ce...
Manna
...ugar, and with it a sharpness that renders it very agreeable: we...
Manor
...al of these manors, it seems, that, in the beginning, there was ...
Mass (noun)
...m whence all the mass of gold that comes into Spain is drawn. Ra...
Mate (noun)
...tch.] A husband or wife.I that am frail flesh and earthly wi...
Mathematicks
...ute;ticks. n.s. [??????????.] that science which contemplates wh...
Meretricious
...every meretricious semblance, that the variety of opinion presen...
Meteor
... Any bodies in the air or sky that are of a flux and transitory ...
Militia
...ilitia was so settled by law, that a sudden army could be drawn ...
Milky
...ling milk. Not tasteful herbs that in these gardens rise, Which ...
Milky-way
...ients, as Aristotle, imagined that this path consisted only of a...
Millennium
...e must give a full account of that state called the millennium. ...
Mime (verb)
...thou, mime, this is great? or that they striveWhose noise shall ...
Mimical
...t songs and mimical gestures, that they might not go away melanc...
Minatory
...y, towards justices of peace, that they should duly execute thei...
Miscreant
... [mescreant, French.] One that holds a false faith; one who ...
Mome
... custom and rule of which is, that a strict silence is to be obs...
Monkey
... One of them shewed me a ring that he had of your daughter for a...
Monome
..., Fr.] In algebra, a quantity that has but one denomination or n...
Monsieur
...ompanion;An eminent monsieur, that, it seems, much lovesA Gallia...
Monster (noun)
... a distinct species; we find, that some of these monstrous produ...
Monthly (adverb)
...he moon, th' inconstant moon, that changes monthly in her circle...
Moon
...the moon, th' inconstant moon,that monthly changes in her circle...
Mosaick
... are so well joined together, that the whole piece looks like a ...
Moth
...Saxon.] A small winged insect that eats cloths and hangings. ...
Mother (noun)
...; moeder, Dutch.] A woman that has born a child; correlative...
Mum (interjection)
...original; it may be observed, that when it is pronounced it leav...
Mummy
... and the first sort so cheap, that as all kinds of mummy are bro...
Mutually
...tually teach, and are taught, that lesson of vain confidence and...
Muzzle (noun)
...y, b. ii. Huygens has proved, that a bullet continuing in the ve...
Myrrh
... the size of a pepper corn to that of a walnut, of a reddish bro...
Mystical
...edly obscure. Let God himself that made me, let not man that kno...
Mystick
...edly obscure. Let God himself that made me, let not man that kno...
Nail (noun)
...e numerous nerves and tendons that are under them. Ray. The ...
Nail (verb)
... he nails thy enemies,The law that is against thee, and the sins...
Naked
...dBefore him naked to the air, that nowMust suffer change;As fath...
Nakedly
...reath vocalized; yet there is that property in all letters of ap...
Nakedness
...k'st thou to cover with excusethat which appears in proper naked...
Name (noun)
...stinguished.What's in a name? that which we call a rose,By any o...
Name (verb)
...m. xxviii. 8.Let any one name that proposition, whose terms or i...
Nameless
...hen they come from suspected, that is, from nameless pens. Atter...
Namely
...t can be to nature no injury, that of her we say the same which ...
Namesake
...Námesake. n.s. One that has the same name with anothe...
Nape
...it to come from nap, the hair that grows on it; Junius, with his...
Naphtha
...frequent, it exhales a vapour that takes fire at the approach of...
Napp
...seriously related by Helmont, that foul linen, stopt in a vessel...
Naptaking
...udden; unexpected onset, like that made on men asleep. Naptak...
Nasty
...eatest heap of nasty language that perhaps ever was put together...
Nature
...'n bestows At home all riches that wise nature needs. Cowley. Si...
Nay
...ork would not be said nay; so that at last he promised him to co...
Necromancy
...ir,By necromancy placed there,that it no tempests needs to fear....
Nepenthe
... n.s. [?? and ??????.] A drug that drives away all pains. The...
New (adjective)
... newest grief? —— that of an hour's age doth hiss th...
Nim
...d by his lookDetect who 'twas that nimm'd a cloak. Hudibras, p. ...
Ninny
...abby, and look'd like a ninny,that the captain suppos'd he was c...
Ninnyhammer
...anners than to rail at Hocus, that has saved that clod-pated, nu...
Nipple
...axon.] The teat; the dug; that which the suckling young take...
Nisi Prius
...ed to the sheriff, commanding that he cause the men impanelled t...
No (adjective)
...no more, no where.When we saw that they were no where, we came t...
Nodosity
...e infant; from whence ensueth that tortuosity, or complicated no...
Noie
...n hand,To stub out the bushes that noieth the land. Tuss. Husb....
Nomenclator
...old Rome called nomenclators; that is, men who could call every ...
Nomenclature
...s cannot fitly be reconciled, that there wanteth a term or nomen...
Non
...d I partly know the instrumentthat screws me from my true place ...
Nonplus (verb)
...His parts were so accomplisht,that right or wrong he ne'er was n...
Novercal
... it is a wonderful deviation, that some few families should do i...
Novitiate
...o great a masterpiece in sin, that he must have passed his tyroc...
Novity
...she might not yet be certain, that only man was privileged with ...
Nuptials
...ere the day Of celebration of that nuptial, which We two have sw...
Nut
...ith nuts belonging unto each, that are used for the roasting of ...
Nuthook
...t the end to pull down boughs that the nuts may be gathered. ...
Nutjobber
...Núthatch.Nútjobber.Nút...
Nutmeg
...the peach, and separated from that and from its investient coat,...
Nutpecker
...Núthatch.Nútjobber.Nút...
Nutriment
...t. n.s. [nutrimentum, Latin.] that which feeds or nourishes; foo...
Nutshell
...nd shell.] The hard substance that incloses the kernel of the nu...
Nuttree
.... n.s. [nut and tree.] A tree that bears nuts; ahazle. Of tre...
Nuzzle
...e from nozzle or nose, and in that sense used it.] To nurse;...
O
...n of wishing or exclamation.O that we, who have resisted all the...
Oaf
... silly doating brainless calf,that understands things by the hal...
Oak
...rivation more ridiculous than that by which Skinner has ridicule...
Obliteration
..., transmigrations, especially that of the general flood, there m...
Obstreperous
... the spirit of contradiction, that they raise daily new disputes...
Occecation
...ation, so as if the blindness that is in the minds, and hardness...
Oglio
...pinions? King Charles. He that keeps an open house, should c...
Omen
...ryden. The speech had omen that the Trojan raceShould find re...
Omentum
...rom its structure, resembling that of a net. When the periton&a...
Omit
..., because I would say nothing that may favour of a spirit of fla...
Omittance
... why I answer'd not again;But that's all one, omittance is no qu...
Omnipotence
... from the greatest power, and that is omnipotency. Tillotson, Se...
Omnipotency
... from the greatest power, and that is omnipotency. Tillotson, Se...
Omnipotent
...istent and as immense: for he that his self-existent, having the...
Omniscient
...own, is some way present; and that which is present, cannot but ...
Omniscious
...not pronounce him omniscious, that being an attribute individual...
Omphaloptick
... and ???????.] An optic glass that is convex on both sides, comm...
One (adjective)
...nite. The man he knew was one that willingly, For one good look ...
Oneirocritical
...ces, he may employ himself in that new kind of observation which...
Onycha
...yx or odoriferous shell, like that of the shell-fish called purp...
Opiate (noun)
...Oacute;piate. n.s. A medicine that causes sleep. They chose ...
Opprobrious
...elf pronounceth them blessed, that should for his name sake be s...
Other
...ooker. Will it not be receivedthat they have don't, Who dares re...
Ought (noun)
...Ought. n.s. [awhit, that is, a whit, Saxon. This word ...
Ought (verb)
..., I will add a continuance to that happy motion, and besides giv...
Owe
...h, and, like a witless youth, that which I owe is lost. Shakesp....
Own (noun)
...I design, Engage your honours that she shall be mine. Dryden. It...
Own (verb)
...ght. Tell me, ye Trojans, for that name you own; Nor is your cou...
Ozaena
...in the inside of the nostrils that gives an ill stench. Quincy....
Pabulous
...ous supply of fire, much less that flame is properly air kindled...
Pace (noun)
...g me word How the world goes, that to the pace of it I may spur ...
Pace (verb neuter)
...ng of the hatches, Methought, that Gloster stumbl'd. Shakesp. R....
Paint (verb active)
...to diversify.Such is his will that paintsThe earth with colours ...
Painter
...chitecture. Beauty is only that which makes all things as the...
Painting
...ledged for an art, it follows that no arts are without their pre...
Palm (noun)
...ould be gotten by either, but that the other two would set the b...
Pander (noun)
...hyself the conscious pandarOf that pretended passion;A single wi...
Papilionaceous
... called vexillum: the plants, that have his flower, are of legum...
Parabola
...sides, or parallel to a plane that touches one side of the cone....
Paradisiacal
...happy and paradisiacal state, that it would turn it to a barren ...
Paradox
... A glosse there is to colour that paradox, and make it appear i...
Passive
...In grammar.]A verb passive is that which signififes passion or t...
Pastern
... not change my horse with any that treads on four pasterns. Shak...
Patent (adjective)
...adder is esteemed a commodity that will turn to good profit; so ...
Pear
...he banks of a river called by that name in the parish of St. Ger...
Peculiar (adjective)
...gree with Sir William Temple, that the word humour is peculiar t...
Peculiar (noun)
...utely the peculiar of heaven, that no consideration whatever can...
Pedantry
...learning. 'Tis a practice that favours much of pedantry, a r...
Peevish
...erve to be doubly laugh'd at, that are peevish and angry for not...
Penny
...ng, take not the utmost penny that is lawful, for although it be...
Perspicacity
...r.] Quickness of sight. He that laid the foundations of the e...
Phaenomenon
...he colours intense and thick, that the phænomenon might be...
Philanthropy
... temporary good nature is not that philanthropy, that love of ma...
Pie
...kinner from biezan, to build, that is to build of paste; by Juni...
Piece (noun)
... rocks or great bulky stones, that lie scattered in the sea or u...
Pigeon
...n. Gen. xv. 9. Perceiving that the pigeon had lost a piece o...
Pigsney
...ine upon me but benignly With that one, and that other pigsney. ...
Pineapple
...ore ideas of scarlet, than he that never tasted a pineapple, has...
Piqueerer
... faction, the word was given, that the guardian would soon be se...
Piracy
...d telling dreadful newsTo all that piracy and rapine use. Waller...
Pirate (noun)
...bsp;   Wrangling pirates that fall outIn sharing that which...
Piratical
...any other encouragement, than that of not prosecuting them. Pope...
Pish (interjection)
...ere was never yet philosopher that could endure the toothach pat...
Pit (noun)
...f me, lest I become like them that go down into the pit. Psalm x...
Pitch (verb neuter)
...ke, yet we shall pitch On one that fits our purpose. Hudibras. A...
Plash (noun)
...f drought, when many plashes, that they had repaired to, were dr...
Plentiful
...lentiful horn. Raleigh. He that is plentiful in expences, wil...
Plentifully
...lied before, but they were at that time plentifully encreased. B...
Plesh
...nd the red blood flowed fresh,that underneath his feet soon made...
Poltron
...ards to cut off their thumbs, that they might not be compelled t...
Polyacoustick
... [????? and ?????.] Any thing that multiplies or magnifies sound...
Power
...d! no, it never shall be said,that fate had power upon a Spartan...
Prevaricate
...think better of himself, than that he would wilfully prevaricate...
Privado
...ady, embarked for Portugal at that time, with some privado of he...
Private (adjective)
...me kind of publick charge; so that of peace and quietness there ...
Probable
...ed, doth make it but probable that they are good, and therefore ...
Procrastinate (verb active)
...sly and attentively listen to that voice within them, and they w...
Proximity
...f he plead proximity of blood,that empty title is with ease with...
Prudent
.... I have seen a son of Jesse, that is a man of war, and prudent ...
Pseudology
... to report of a pious prince, that he neglects his devotion, but...
Puberty
...of puberty seemeth to be, for that when much of the moisture of ...
Pun (noun)
...pun mean an empty sound, like that of a mortar beaten, as clench...
Pyramid
...in one. Harris. Know, Sir, that I will not wait pinion'd at y...
Pyramidal
...ewise are the gems or stones, that are here shot into cubes, int...
Pyramidical
...ewise are the gems or stones, that are here shot into cubes, int...
Pyramidically
...basis upon which Ossa stands, that being the next to Olympus in ...
Pyramis
...e, is merely by accident, and that the air about, by quenching t...
Q
... French, tail; its form being that of an O with a tail....
Quack (noun)
...laces.At the first appearance that a French quack made in Paris:...
Quadrantal
... part of a circle. To fill that space of dilating, proceed in...
Quadrate (adjective)
... numbers. Brown.Some tell us, that the years Moses speaks of wer...
Quadrate (noun)
...sp;   The powers militantthat stood for heav'n, in mighty q...
Quadrible
...ble. adj. [from quadro, Lat.] that may be squared.Sir Isaac Newt...
Quadruped (noun)
...r. quadrupes, Lat.] An animal that goes on four legs, as perhaps...
Quadruple
...d; four times told. A law, that to bridle theft doth punish t...
Quaff (verb active)
...eep demeanour in great sorrow;that tyranny, which never quafft b...
Quaffer (verb)
... Ducks, having larger nerves that come into their bills than ge...
Quagmire
...Qua'gmire. n.s. [that is, quakemire.] A shaking mar...
Quake (verb)
...t his father,Henry the fifth, that made all France to quake,Shak...
Quality
...ent to examine the quality of that which is done by them, and th...
Quean
...e scenes. Dryden. Such is that sprinkling, which some carele...
Queen (noun)
...ho is sovereign of a kingdom. that queen Elizabeth lived sixty-n...
Quell (verb active)
...e, but other doubts remain'd, that once disdaining, she might be...
Queller
...'ller. n.s. [from quell.] One that crushes or subdues.  ...
Quiddit
...n. A low word. Why may not that be the skull of a lawyer? whe...
Quiddity
...tas, low Latin.] Essence; that which is a proper answer to t...
Quoif (verb)
... head of an elephant, to show that this animal is the breed of t...
Quorum
... his own country, he wondered that none of the Middlesex justice...
Quotation
... evidence or illustration.He, that has but ever so little examin...
Quoter
... n.s. [from quote.] Citer; he that quotes. I proposed this pa...
Quotidian (noun)
...every day. If I could meet that fancymonger, I would give him...
Quotient
... steps they intend to have in that height, and the quotient shal...
Rabbet (noun)
... made by paring two pieces so that they wrap over one another. ...
Rabbet (verb)
...oard straight or square down, that the edge of another board, cu...
Rabbi
...s. The Hebrew rabbins say, that nature hath given man, for th...
Rabbin
...s. The Hebrew rabbins say, that nature hath given man, for th...
Rabbit
...bekin, Dutch.] A furry animal that lives on plants, and burrows ...
Rabble
...those ancient fables, and all that rabble of Grecian forgeries. ...
Race
...ay be forms wholly irregular, that may have more beauty than of ...
Racehorse
...ith the greatest fluency, is, that the tongue is like a racehors...
Racemation
...[racemus, Lat.] Cluster, like that of grapes. A cock will in ...
Racer
...n.s. [from race.] Runner; one that contends in speed. His stu...
Rack (noun)
...; O let him pass! he hates himthat would, upon the rack of this ...
Rack (verb active)
...at my credit can in Venice do,that shall be rack'd even to the u...
Racket
...An irregular clattering noise.that the tennis court keeper knows...
Racking
...is the same as an amble, only that it is a swifter time and a sh...
Racy
...ee. Cowley. From his brain that Helicon distil,Whose racy liq...
Radiate
... light and his truth; yet now that revelation hath disclosed the...
Radical
.... Bacon.Such a radical truth, that God is, springing up together...
Radicality
... hermaphroditical principles, that contain the radicality and po...
Radication
...e act of fixing deep. They that were to plant a church, were ...
Radicle
...om radix, Lat.] Radicle is that part of the seed of a plant, ...
Radish
... to a pod in form of an horn, that is thick, spungy, and furnish...
Ram (verb)
...aithful tidings in mine ears, that long time have been barren. S...
Ramp (verb)
.... Psalm xxii.13. Upon a bull, that deadly bellowed, Two horrid l...
Random (noun)
...of one event upon another, if that event happened at random, and...
Rap (verb active)
...ot comforted with the hope of that they desire, but rapped with ...
Rapacious
...he diamond's circling rays,On that rapacious hand for ever blaze...
Rapture
...№ 406.You grow correct, that once with rapture writ. Pope....
Realty
...arce on Milton. O heaven, that such resemblance of the highe...
Recipient
...ns, Latin.] The receiver; that to which any thing is communi...
Refuse (noun)
...Réfuse. n.s. that which remains disregarded whe...
Regal (noun)
...l instrument. The sounds, that produce tones, are ever from ...
Regulate
...ings to be produced: this, in that crude sense, would need some ...
Religion
...re rewards and punishments.He that is void of fear, may soon be ...
Rend
...ed amongst revolted subjects, that God was careful to preserve m...
Rent (noun 1)
...the other, must be satisfied, that it was the effect of an earth...
Rent (noun 2)
...of another.Such is the mould, that the blest tenant feedsOn prec...
Rent (verb neuter)
... ventur'd to dismiss his fear,that partings wont to rent and tea...
Rentable
...ute;ntable. adj. [from rent.] that may be rented....
Renter
...te;nter. n.s. [from rent.] He that holds by paying rent. The ...
Reproach (verb)
...;         that shame There sit not, and repr...
Reproachfully
...ly? Shakesp. Hen. VI. I will that the younger women marry, and ...
Reprobation
...ation, yet it is the scope of that text to treat of the reprobat...
Reptile (noun)
...eptíle. n.s. An animal that creeps upon many feet. Ter...
Republick
...d in more than one. Those that by their deeds will make it k...
Revolution
...e Persian wept over his army, that within the revolution of a si...
Rhabdomancy
... Of peculiar rhabdomancy is that which is used in mineral disc...
Rhapsody
...ingle sinner. Hammond. He, that makes no reflexions on what h...
Rhetorical
... deeply riveted into my mind, that rhetorical flourishes cannot ...
Rhetorick
...r dear wit and gay rhetorick, that hath so well been taught her ...
Rheum
...esp. Why holds thine eye that lamentable rheum, Like a prou...
Rheumatick
...er anger, washes all the air, that rheumatick diseases do abound...
Rhinoceros
...ian tyger; Take any shape but that, and my firm nerves Shall nev...
Rhomb
... Save the sun his labour, and that swift Nocturnal and diurnal r...
Ribald
...ugh, mean, brutal wretch. that lewd ribbald, with vile lust ...
Ridicule (noun)
..., Fr. ridiculum, Lat.] Wit of that species that provokes laughte...
Risibile
...n made the definition of man, that he is risible, his manhood co...
Risibility
... much the propriety of satyr, that without it a poet can be no m...
Rough
... of the earth should resemble that of the calmest sea, if still ...
Rove (verb neuter)
... surfeits, to go rove with onethat's yet unbruis'd. Shakesp. Cor...
Rover
...a blind unguided impetus; but that, which directs them, knows it...
Ruffian (noun)
... murderer. Ruffian, let go that rude uncivil touch,Thou frien...
Rule (noun)
...;     I am asham'd, that women Should seek for rule, s...
Rule (verb active)
...es must have been silent; for that's a ruled case with the schoo...
S
...vails in so many of our words that it produces in the ear of a f...
Sabaoth
...acts of love;Such sabbaths as that one she now enjoys,Ev'n that ...
Sabbath
...acts of love;Such sabbaths as that one she now enjoys,Ev'n that ...
Sabine
...rees commonly made use of for that purpose. Mortimer....
Sable (adjective)
...dise Lost. They soon begin that tragick play,And with their s...
Sable (noun)
... the fur of a little beast of that name, esteemed for the perfec...
Sack (noun 1)
...t is observable of this word, that it is found in all languages,...
Sacker
...e;cker. n.s. [from sack.] One that takes a town....
Sacrament
...duties of religion containing that which sense or natural reason...
Salvation
...tion, are things so opposite, that whosoever doth affirm the one...
Salve (noun)
...o provideA salve for any sore that may betide. Shak. Henry VI.Go...
Salve (verb)
...  My more particular,And that, which most with you should s...
Saxifragous
... and so it came to be ordered that the goats should be fed on sa...
Scalade
...What can be more strange than that we should within two months h...
Scalado
...What can be more strange than that we should within two months h...
Scare
...rn and fruit; and some report that the head of a wolf, whole, dr...
Sciolist
...f authors which gave birth to that silly vanity of impertinent c...
Sea
...arew.He made the sea, and all that is therein. Ex. xx. 11.So do ...
Sedan
...ax of Cato's it was provided, that women's wearing cloaths, orna...
Sedentary
...;   The sedentary earth, that better might with far less co...
Seize (verb active)
...ondon had arrested a clothier that was outlawed, and seized his ...
Seize (verb neuter)
...e is a design of supplanting, that necessarily requires another ...
Seizure
.... The thing seized.Sufficient that thy pray'rs are heard, and de...
Selenography
... mountains, unto the parts of that luminary. Brown....
Seraph
... full, as perfect in vile man that mourns,As the rapt seraph tha...
Set (verb active)
...   E're I could Give him that parting kiss which I had set ...
Shabbiness
...uch younger man, to warm ones that would be decent for a much ol...
Shabby
...Shábby. adj. [A word that has crept into conversation a...
Shall
...Shall love. It will so happen that I must love; I am resolved to...
Shark (noun)
...re out of itself, and seeking that by petition which they might ...
Shell (noun)
...ia made the shell of a house, that would have been a very noble ...
Shot (noun)
... tow'rd in thy infernal cell, that thou so many princes at a sho...
Shot (verb)
...igh, full of the stately tree that dedicated is to Olympick Jove...
Should
...If I Should go. If it happens that I go. Thou Should'st go. Thou...
Sigh (noun)
...ides were seen Issuing sighs, that smok'd along the wall. Dryden...
Sight
...ul writ to, it is not strange that many things lie concealed to ...
Singular
...e; not complex; not compound. that idea which represents one par...
Slabber (verb active)
...eam pot so slabber'd and sost,that butter is wanting, and cheese...
Slaver (noun)
... Mathiolus hath a passage, that a toad communicates its venom...
Slaver (verb neuter)
... lips, as common as the stairsthat mount the capitol; join gripe...
Slide (noun)
...n's Natural History. Kings that have able men of their nobili...
Slide (verb neuter)
...iding without step. Milton.He that once sins, like him that slid...
Slubber
...slubbered over, the malignity that remains will show itself in s...
Snake
...d slough, doth sting a child, that for the beauty thinks it exce...
Snuff (verb active)
...came such a lover of liberty, that I could scarce hold him in. S...
Snuffle
... came down the river, shewing that he hunted for a duck; and wit...
So
...s size, Titanian or earthborn that warr'd on Jove, So stretch'd ...
Solicitious
... It has commonly about before that which causes anxiety; sometim...
Solidungulous
... down by Aristotle and Pliny, that an horse and all solidungulou...
Solifidian
... It may be justly feared, that the title of fundamentals, be...
Soliloquy
...iloquy: Solomon is the person that speaks: he is at once the her...
Solitude
...gether, in few words, than in that speech; whosoever is delighte...
Something (noun)
...y is but small, in respect of that of the heart; but it is still...
Sometime
...e; formerly. What art thou that usurp'st this time of night, ...
Sometimes
...e superior. Milton.It is good that we sometimes be contradicted,...
Somewhere
...ing two prisms hard together, that their sides, which by chance ...
Sonnet
...o our like mouths grow sleek, that would have made Quintilian st...
Sonorous
...niversal host up-sent A shout that tore hell's concave. Milton's...
Sorcerer
... cozenage, As nimble jugglers that deceive the eye, Drug-working...
Sorceress
... enchantress. Bring forth that sorceress condemn'd to burn. ...
Sord
...s the prettiest low-born lass that ever ran on the green sord. S...
Sorrel
.... It is a cold and acid herb that loveth the earth, and is not ...
Souvenance
...at countenance to the knight, that of his way he had no souvenan...
Speculum
...] A mirrour; a looking-glass; that in which representations are ...
Spet
... superabundance of water: as, that tide or fresh was a high spet...
Spew (verb neuter)
... of the inn; But better 'twas that they should sleep or spew, Th...
Sphinx
...as a famous monster in Egypt, that remained by conjoined Nilus, ...
Staff
...sp; It much would please him, that of his fortunes you would mak...
Stain (noun)
...ose different stains of light that shew themselves in clouds of ...
Stain (verb)
...p; Lend me a looking-glass;If that her breath will mist or stain...
Stair
...lmost the full compass about, that the steepness be the more ins...
Starve (verb active)
...cannot blame his cousin king, that wish'd him on the barren moun...
Starve (verb neuter)
...ch to chuse. Locke. An animal that starves of hunger, dies fever...
Stentorophonick
...d, whose voice was as loud as that of fifty men, and ????, a voi...
Stone (noun)
...; Lend me a looking-glass; If that her breath will mist or stain...
String (noun)
...s if the weight of it were in that point where its string touche...
Sully (verb)
...s Sermons. Ye walkers too, that youthful colours wear,Three s...
Sultan
...bsp;   By this scimitar, that won three fields of sultan So...
Sursolid Problem
...d Problem. [In mathematicks.] that which cannot be resolved but ...
Sword
...ppy traitor, the sword is out that must destroy thee. Shakesp. K...
Syllable (noun)
...;   I heardEach syllable that breath made up between them. ...
Tail (noun)
...[tæʒl, Saxon.] that which terminates the animal b...
Taint (noun)
...f a red colour, and so little that ten of the largest will hardl...
Taint (verb active)
...the way of accusationTo taint that honour every good tongue bles...
Take (verb active)
...e bassa took in so good part, that he would not suffer his soldi...
Tangent
...ut the circle called a secant that is drawn from the centre, and...
Tantalism
...tantalize.] A punishment like that of Tantalus. A lively rep...
Tarantula
...t tune of musick toucheth him that is sick of the tarantula. Sid...
Tarnish (verb active)
... Let him pray for resolution, that he may discover nothing that ...
Tarry (verb neuter)
...woe and redness of eyes? they that tarry long at the wine. Prov....
Teen (noun)
...p;     Arrived therethat barehead knight, for dread an...
Temple
...hing of the temples and ears; that even mollifies wild beasts. A...
Temporal
... regard to temporals, must be that medium of convenience proport...
Ten
...bers; and Aristotle observed, that Barbarians as well as Greeks ...
Tender (adjective)
...rus had overcome the Lydians, that were a warlike nation, and de...
Thank (noun)
...or all my good deed; and they that eat my bread speak evil of me...
Thanks
...or all my good deed; and they that eat my bread speak evil of me...
There
..., Dutch; der, Danish.] In that place. If they come to sojour...
Thief
...nt to be taken for thrift, so that thie of is he that takes of o...
This
...ronoun. [ðis, Saxon.] that which is present; what is now...
Thrift
..., as I thought with myself if that were thrift, I wisht none of ...
Thrive
...cart-jades, and so furnished, that if this be thrift, I wish my ...
Tiger
...ian tiger; Take any shape but that, and my firm nerves Shall nev...
Timbered
...ort it. Wotton. Many heads that undertake learning were never...
Time (noun)
...rtain measures or epochas, is that which most properly we call t...
Tincture (noun)
...lton.'Tis the fate of princes that no knowledgeCome pure to them...
Tire (noun)
... at sea, in any grown weather that makes the billows to rise. Ra...
Tomb (noun)
...omb, Let her possess in peace that narrow room. Dryden. The ...
Tomboy
...er'd With tomboys, hir'd with that self-exhibition Which your ow...
Tooth (noun)
...mouth or black or white,Tooth that poisons if it bite. Shakesp. ...
Torpedo
... long stick, benumbs the hand that so touches it, but when dead ...
Torrent (noun)
... duty and conscience, opposed that torrent which did overwhelm t...
Tree
...ller.Sometimes we see a cloud that's dragonish,A forked mountain...
Tribe
...hich he mentions by imagining that centuriæ is derived fro...
Trick (noun)
... fraud. Sir Thomas Moor said, that a trick of law had no less po...
Tush
...ll me, I take it much unkindlythat thou, Iago, who hast had my p...
Tutanag
... of which canisters are made, that are brought over with the tea...
Tutelage
...e in the nature of a request, that the French king might, accord...
Tutor (noun)
...r. A primitive Christian, that coming to a friend to teach h...
Twang (noun)
...y of speaking thro' his nose, that one can hardly understand him...
Twang (verb neuter)
... bows Send showers of shafts, that on their barbed points Altern...
Tympany
...kind of obstructed flatulence that swells the body like a drum. ...
Tyny
...Tyny. adj. Small. He that has a little tyny wit,Must ma...
Type
...nd gentle majesty. Prior. that by which something future is ...
Typical
...more holy and honourable than that, as the institution of Christ...
Typick
...more holy and honourable than that, as the institution of Christ...
Typify
...s typified indeed by the goat that was slain; at the effusion of...
Tyranness
...yrant. They were by law of that proud tyranness,Provok'd with...
Tyrannical
...    Charge him home that affectsTyrannic power. Shakes...
Tyrannick
...    Charge him home that affectsTyrannic power. Shakes...
Tyrannise
...the people's suffragesOn him, that thus doth tyrannise o'er me. ...
Tyrant
...nnus, Latin. Rowland contends that this word, with the correspon...
Unbuckle
.... Shakesp. Coriolanus. He that unbuckles this, till we do pl...
Utmost (noun)
...Útmost. n.s. The most that can be; the greatest power; t...
Utter (verb)
...e dead are well. Bring it to that,The gold I give thee will I m...
Utterly
... it never so small, doth shew that they are not utterly naught. ...
Uveous
..., and can dilate and contract that round hole in it, called the ...
Uxorious
...ble and respective. Bacon. that uxorious king, whose heart, t...
Vacancy
...       How is'tthat thus you bend your eye on vac...
Vacant
... but philosophy of those only that are at leisure, and vacant fr...
Vacate
...void; to make of no authority.that after-act vacating the author...
Vacation
...ts or senates.Vacation is all that time which passes between ter...
Vacillancy
...y. Not much in use. I deny that all mutability implies imperf...
Vacuist
... [from vacuum.] A philosopher that holds a vacuum: opposed to a ...
Vacuity
...bsp;       He, that seat soon failing, meetsA vas...
Vade
...oried here thy sovereign name,that thou may'st smile on all whic...
Vagabond (noun)
...ople wanderers and vagabonds, that have no dwelling-place. Ralei...
Vagrant (adjective)
...d what men will think and say;that beauteous Emma vagrant course...
Vail (verb active 2)
...;         that furious Scot,'Gan vail his st...
Vain
...y which they plainly confess, that these honours were more than ...
Vainglory
...o the height; being sensible, that majesty maketh the people bow...
Vainly
...our breath;They are not tears that can revenge his death. Dryden...
Valance (noun)
...hrust the valance of the bed, that it may be full in sight. Swif...
Vamp (verb)
...ody with a dangerous physick, that's sure of death without. Shak...
Veil (noun)
...tful eye,He snatch'd the veil that hung her face before. Fairy Q...
Veil (verb)
...cry,From yonder blazing cloud that veils the hill,One of the hea...
Velleity
... the willing of it; but it is that which is called by the school...
Vicissitude
...s constant as is the cause of that vicissitude, the sun's declin...
Virelay
...f little ancient French poem, that consisted only of two rhymes ...
Virtual
...bsp;     Every kind that lives, Fomented by his virtua...
Virtually
... Such is our constitution, that the bulk of the people virtua...
Virtue
...staken, or there is virtue in that Falstaff. Shakesp. If there's...
Virtueless
... with nature herself, without that operative faculty which God g...
Virtuoso
...admiration by the virtuosi of that time. Tatler, № 52. ...
Virtuous
...ds One virtuous rarely found, that in domestick good combines: H...
Virtuously
... how to live. Hooker. They that mean virtuously, and yet do s...
Virulence
... utmost virulence, instead of that charity which is the perfecti...
Virulency
... utmost virulence, instead of that charity which is the perfecti...
Vitious
...ous blot, murder, or foulness that hath depriv'd me of your grac...
Voice (noun)
... mouth, as distinguished from that uttered by another mouth. Air...
Vouch (noun)
...a deserving woman indeed? one that in authority of her merit, di...
Voucher
...here, To beg of Hob and Dick, that do appear, Their needless vou...
Vouchsafe (verb active)
...t is not said by the apostle, that God vouchsafed to the heathen...
Vow (noun)
...eare. If you take the vow and that wish to be all one, you are m...
Vow (verb neuter)
... Dost see how unregarded now that piece of beauty passes? There...
Vowel
...not wholly upon their reason, that a vowel may be sounded alone,...
Vowfellow
...   Who are the votaries, that are vowfellows with this virt...
Voyage (noun)
... make, With his black palmer, that him guided still. Fairy Queen...
Vulgar (adjective)
..., and vulgar; every one hears that. Shakesp. ...
Vulgarly
... sweet aspect. Daniel. He, that believes himself uncapable of...
Vulnerable
... having his heel untouched by that water, although he were forti...
Vulture
...city. Nor the night raven, that still deadly yells,Nor griesl...
W
...; though it is not improbable that by our w is expressed the sou...
Wabble
...your work you find it wabble; that is, that one side of the flat...
Wade
...I am in bloodStept in so far, that, should I wade no more,Return...
Wafer
...er.Poor Sancho they persuaded that he enjoyed a great dominion, ...
Waft (verb active)
...From hence might first spring that opinion of the vehicles of sp...
Waft (verb neuter)
...nearer yet, and then she knew,that what before she but surmis'd,...
Wag (noun)
...erry droll. Cupid the wag, that lately conquer'd hadWise coun...
Wag (verb active)
...ts of heav'n. Shakesp. All that pass, hiss and wag their head...
Wage (noun)
...could never draw them from me;that they may have their wages dul...
Wage (verb)
...e defendant may wage his law; that is, swear, and certain person...
Wager (noun)
...with a ghastful noise to them that were in it, witnessed that th...
Wager (verb)
... your angling. Shakesp. He that will lay much to stake upon e...
Waggery
...s practised among schoolboys, that make an able man; but the pri...
Waggish
...he frogs, you never consider, that though this may be play to yo...
Wagon
...roserpina,For the flowers now that frighted thou let'st fallFrom...
Wagonner
...team behind the stedfast star,that was in ocean waves yet never ...
Waif
...ound, but claim'd by no body; that of which every one waves the ...
Wailing
...d. Take up wailing for us, that our eyes may run down with te...
Wapentake
...undred: as upon a meeting for that purpose, they touched each ot...
Warm (adjective)
... be between his knowledge and that of the most extravagant fancy...
Warm (verb)
...eing more full of vigour than that of Virgil, is more pleasing t...
Wasp
...embling a bee. More wasps, that buz about his nose,Will make ...
Water (noun)
...Dr. Cheyne observes; and also that there are between them spaces...
Wave (noun)
... into inequalities.The shore, that o'er his wave-worn basis bow'...
Wave (verb active)
...ave his way upon this reason, that if he should but once, by suc...
Wave (verb neuter)
... a signal.A bloody arm it is, that holds a pineLighted, above th...
Wawl
...y; to howl. The first time that we smell the air,We wawle and...
Way
...length of journey. An old man that had travelled a great way und...
Weal (1)
...epending,Counts it your weal, that he have liberty. Shakespeare....
Weapon
...soft withdrew His weaponhuge, that heaved was on high, For to ha...
Weasel
...stela, Latin.] A small animal that eats corn and kills mice. ...
Weigh (verb active)
...ut of a glass-vessel, it made that vessel take up, or suck up, t...
Weigh (verb neuter)
...best satisfied, when he finds that the same argument which weigh...
Welcome (adjective)
...nd of all my pains. Milton.He that knows how to make those he co...
Welfare
...cunning is a kind of instinct that only looks out after our imme...
Well (adjective)
...re is physick; and this news, that would, had I been well, have ...
Well (adverb)
... reason. Knolles. The soldier that philosopher well blam'd, Who ...
Well (noun)
..., sisters of the sacred well, that from beneath the seat of Jove...
Well (verb neuter)
...n his own yet lukewarm blood, that from his wound yet welled fre...
Wench
...de her to a worse offenceThan that, whereof thou didst accuse he...
Where
... place or places. She visited that place, where first she was so...
Whig
...er to buy at Leith the stores that come from the north; and from...
While (adverb)
... of use.] During the time that.        W...
While (noun)
...t it obtain this much of you, that you will remain some while in...
While (verb)
... this way never have observed that the whiling time, the gatheri...
Whiles
... of use.] During the time that.        W...
Whilst
... of use.] During the time that.        W...
Whimsey
...culous and extravagant shapes that can be imagined, all the fanc...
Who
...ng heart,Who, in the conflict that it hold with death,Attracts t...
Will (verb)
...willen, Dutch.] To desire that any thing should be, or be do...
Wink (noun)
...nd cloud them with a wink,But that I would not lose her sight so...
Wink (verb)
.... Hen. VI.They're fairies; he that speaks to them shall die:I'll...
Witless
...d witless man so much misween that nothing is but that which he ...
Witness (noun)
...areth witness with our spirit that we are the children of God. R...
Woman (noun)
... The female of the human race.that man who hath a tongue is no m...
Work (noun)
... is perpetually at work, only that our poor mortal lives should ...
Work (verb active)
... they forbare to work them at that time, and when they left off ...
Work (verb neuter)
...hen for fame's sakeWe bend to that the working of the heart. Sha...
World
... A secular life.Happy is she that from the world retires,And ca...
Writhe (verb active)
...ast part of his meaning to be that whereunto his words are writh...
Yard
...e long finger on one hand, to that of the other; made a measure ...
Yarely
...hes of those flower-soft handsthat yarely frame the office. Shak...
Yawn (noun)
... borders of the marsh they go,that mingles with the baleful stre...
Yawn (verb)
...bsp;     The gashes,that bloodily did yawn upon his fa...
Yea
...ses of God are yea, and amen; that is, are verified, which is th...
Yead
...,From whence she might behold that battle's proof,And eke be saf...
Year
...nbsp;   Some mumble-news,that smiles his cheek in years, an...
Yearly (adjective)
... a year. The yearly course that brings this day about,Shall n...
Yearly (adverb)
... Annually; once a year. He that outlives this day, and sees o...
Yearn (verb active)
...o vex. She laments for it, that it wouldYern your heart to se...
Yearn (verb neuter)
... and stern,And to be eas'd of that base burden still did yearn. ...
Yelk
...aining. Bacon's Nat. Hist. that a chicken is formed out of th...
Yell (verb)
...gony. Nor the night raven, that still deadly yells;Nor gristl...
Yellow
...colour, as gold. Only they that come to see a fellowIn a long...
Yellows
...ose little ducts opening into that pipe, by the like matter; or ...
Yeoman
...he true etymology seems to be that of Junius, who derives it fro...
Yet (adverb)
...inty or indetermination.A man that would form a comparison betwi...
Yet (conjunction)
...any man to make a mock of him that made heaven and earth? Tillot...
Yeven
...ce to make the dance even?Let that room to my lady be yeven;&nbs...
Yew
... the walnut sound;The myrrhe, that her foul sin doth still deplo...
Yield (verb active)
...t without so mighty a lour as that face could yield. Sidney.The ...
Yield (verb neuter)
...ss?If good, why do I yield to that suggestion,Whose horrid image...
Yoke (noun)
... A couple; two; a pair.Those that accuse him in his intent towa...
Yoke (verb)
...bsp; My nameBe yok'd with his that did betray the best. Shakespe...
Yon (adverb)
...chiefest, with thee bring Him that yon soars on golden wing, Gui...
Yond (adverb)
...chiefest, with thee bring Him that yon soars on golden wing, Gui...
Yonder (adverb)
...chiefest, with thee bring Him that yon soars on golden wing, Gui...
Young (adjective)
...e say a man is young, we mean that his age is yet but a small pa...
Young (noun)
...arrow fed the cuckoo so long, that it had its head bit off by it...
Youngling
...espeare. When we perceive that bats have teats, it is not un...
Youngster
...s, by age fame reverend grown,that Phœbus gave his chariot...
Younker
...s, by age fame reverend grown,that Phœbus gave his chariot...
Your
...r ever. Shakespeare's Macbeth.that done, our day of marriage sha...
Youth
..., when the ball she won, Than that young beauty by thy care is d...
Youthful
...sp; Here be all the pleasures that fancy can beget on youthful t...
Youthly
... words, and worthy of praise, that warlike feats doth highest gl...
Ypight
...;         that same wicked wight His dwellin...
Z
...onick: its sound is uniformly that of an hard S....
Zaffar
...s tinge their glass blue with that dark mineral zaphara. Boyle o...
Zaffir
...s tinge their glass blue with that dark mineral zaphara. Boyle o...
Zany
...e. Shakespeare. Then write that I may follow, and so beThy ec...
Zealot
... passion. Sprat. No wonder that so many of these deluded zeal...
Zealous
... only for good things; a rule that does certainly exclude all ma...
Zealously
... with deeds of light,And hope that reaps not shame. Milton. T...
Zenith
...r. Fond men! if we believe that men do liveUnder the zenith o...
Zocle
...a busto, statue, or the like, that needs to be raised; also a lo...
Zodiack
... Bentley. Here in a shrine that cast a dazling light,Sat fixt...
Zone
...hip, notThe thing we show;For that's a flame would die,Held down...

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