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Ac com' mo date, V. to Ac cu' mu late, v. to heap
suit ; to supply with together. conveniences.
Ac cu mu la' tion, n. the Ac com mo da' tion, n. act of acoumulating.
provision of convenien- | Ac cu ra cỹ, n. exact. ces ; adjustment
ness ; nicety. Ac com' pa ný, v. to join ac cu rate, a. exact.
with ; to be with as a Ac cu rate lì, ad. exact.* companion.
ly; without error. Ac com' plice, n. an asso- Ac cu 6sa' tion, n. a crimi. ciate ; a partner ; a par
nal charge taker.
Ac cuse, v. to charge Ac com' plish, v. to com
with a crime; to censure. plete ; to fulfil.
Ac cus' tom, v. to habitu. Ac com' plish ment, n.
ate ; to inure. completion ; full per. A cer' bi tý, n. rough, formance ; ornament of Hour taste. mind or body.
Ache',n. a continued pain. Ac compt', (ak kount') n. v. to be in pain.
account ; reckoning. A chieve', v. to performs Ac cord', v. to agree ; to
to finish. adjust one thing to an: A chieve' ment, n.
formance, Ac cord' ing lý, ad. agree. A" cid, a. sour ; sharp. ably ; suitably ; con
A cid' i tý, n. sharpness ; formably.
sourness. Ac cost', v. to speak to Ac' me, n. the height or
first ; to address; to sa- top of a thing. lute.
Ac knowledge, v. to conAc count', v. to esteem ; fess, as a fault ; to own,
to compute ; to give an as a benefit. account.
Ac knowledge ment, n. Ac cou' tre, v. to dress ; confession of a fault, or to equip.
of a benefit Accoultre ment, n. dress; Ac quaint', v. to make fa
equipage ; trappings. miliar with ; to inform. Ac crue', v. to arise from ; Ac quaint' ance, n. famili. to be produced as pro
arity ; one with whom fits.
we are acquainted,
e Ac qui esce', v. to rest in;
to comply with the Ac qui es'cence, n. atis
faction ; submission ;
compliance. Ac quire', v. to gain by
one's labour, or power. Ac quire' ment, n. that
which is acquired ; gain ; attainment. Ac qui si' tion,n. the thing
gained ; attainment. Ac quit', v. to set free ; to absolve ; to clear from
any obligation. Ac quit' tal, n. a deliver
ance from an offence. ain.
Ac quit' tance, n. a receipt
for debt. Ac rid, a. of a hot biting
taste. Ac ri mò ni ous, a. sharp;
corrosive. Ac' ri mo nỹ, n. sharpness;
corrosiveness ; severi.
ly A cros' tic, n. a poem, in
which the first letter of every line being taken,
makes the name of some D.
person or thing. Action, n. gesticulation. Ac' tion a ble,
a. that OP
which admits an action in law ; punishable. Active, a. busy ; nimble ;
quick. Activi tỷ, nQ quickness ;
Aco tu al lý, ad. in effect ;
really Ac' tu ate, v. to put into
action. A cu' men, B. a sbare
point. A cu' mi na ted, a. ending
in a point; sharp pointed, A cute), a. sharp ; inge
nious. A cute' ness,
n. sharpness; force of intellects. Ad' age, n. a maxim ; a
proverb. Ad a mant, n. a stone of
impenetrable hardness ;
a diamond. Ad a man telan, a. hard
as adamant. Ad a man' tine, a. made
of adamant. A dapt', v. to fit ; to suit ;
to apply. A dap ta' tion, n. the fit.
ness of one thing to an
other. Ad dict', v. to devote ; to
give up one's self to. Ad dict' ed, pa given up
to ; inclined. Ad di' tion, n. the adding
of numbers together. Ad di" tion al, a. that
which is added. Ad dress', v. to speak or
write to. n. courtship; manner of addressing another; manner of directing a letter,
Ad ept', n. one well skill- of an intestate. ed in his art.
Ad min is tra' trix, n. she Ad' e quale, a. equal to ; who administers. proportionate.
Ad' mi ra ble, a. to be ad. Ad here', v. to stick to ; mired ; exciting wonto unite.
der. Ad be'rent, n. a follower; Ad' mi ra blý, ad. in an a partisan.
admirable manner. Ad hel 6sion, n. the act of Ad' mi ral, n. the chief sticking to.
commander of a fleet. Ad he' sive, a. sticking ; Ad' mi ral tỹ, n. the powe tenacious.
er, or officers appointed Ad já'cent, a. lying close ; for the administration of bordering upon.
naval affairs. Ad' jec tỉve, n.
Ad mi ra' tion, n. expressing the quality der. of a noun.
Ad mire, v. to regard A dieu', ad. farewell.
with wonder or love. Ad journ', v. to put off for Ad mi' rer, n. a lover. a time.
Ad mis' si ble, a. that Ad journ' ment, n. a put.
be admitting off to another time. ted. Ad' junct, n. something Ad mis' sion, n. admit. joined to.
tance, Ad jure', v. to tender an Ad mit', v. to suffer to enoath.
ter ; to allow. Ad just', v. to regulate. Ad mit' tance, n. permis. Ad just' ment, n. regula- sion to enter.
tion ; putting in order. Ad mun' ish, v. to warn Ad meas6l ure ment, n. of a fault ; to reprove
the act of measuring by gently rule.
Ad mo ni" tion, n. coun. Ad min' is ter, v. to give ; sel ; gentle reproof. to supply; to afford.
Ad o les' cence, Ad min is tra' tion, n. the Ad o les' cen cỏ,
n. the executive part of gove
age succeeding childernment.
hood, and succeeded by Ad inin is tra' tor, n. he puberty.
who manages the affairs | Adopt', v. to make choice
of ; to make one a son Ad' vent, n. a coming ; or a daughter who is not four weeks anterior to so by birth,
Christmas. A doption, n. the act Ad ven' tine, a. adventi
of adopting; being a- tious; extrinsically adddopted.
ed. A dora ble, a. that which Ad ven ti' tious, a. that
ought to be adored. which advenes ; acciAd o ra' tion, n. external dental.
homage paid to the Di. Ad ven' ture, n. a chance ; vinity.
v. to try the A dore', v. to worship ex. chance ; to dare.
ternally ; to love great | Ad ven' tur er, n. he who ly.
seeks occasions of haz. A do'rer, n. he that a- ard.
dores, or loves greatly Ad' verb, n. a word join. A dorn', v. to dress; to ed to a verb or adjec
deck with ornaments. tive. A drift', ad. floating at Ad verb' ì al,
which bas the quality A droit', a. active : skilful. of an adverb. A droit' ness, n. dexteri: | Ad' ver sa rý, n. an oppo.
ty; readiness ; activity, nent ; an agonist; eneA dry', ad. athirst ; thirs
Ad' verse, a. contrary ; ca Ad sci ti" tious, a. taken lamitous ; afflictive. in to complete some- Ad ver' si tý, n. affliction;
calamity ; misfortune. Ad stric' tion, n. the act of Ad vert', v. to attend to ; binding together.
to regard ; to observe. Ad varice', v. to bring for. Ad vert' ence, n. attention
ward ; to come ; to im- to ; regard to ; advert.
prove ; to aggrandize. ency. Ad vance' ment, n. prefer- | Ad ver tise“, v. to give in
ment; improvement. telligence or informa. Ad van' tage, n. benefit; tion.
superior power. Ad van tage'ous, a. profit- | Ad ver' tise ment, able ; useful.
telligence ; information;
Ad ver tiseen ment} n.in
notice of any thing, pub- | Af' fa ble, a. easy of manlished in a paper of in ners ; courteous ; comtelligence.
plaisant. Ad ves' pe rate, to Af ft ct', v. to act upon ; to
draw towards evening aim at ; to aspire to; to Ad vice', n. counsel ; in- move the passions.
struction; notice ; in- Af fec ta' tion, n. artificial telligence.
appearance ; awkward Ad vice' boat, 11. a vessel imitation.
employed to bring intel. Af fect' ed, a. moved ; ligence.
touched with affection ; Ad viseo a ble, a. pru. using afft ctation.
dent ; fit to be advised. Af fection, n. love ; fondAd vise, v. to counsel ; to inform
Af fec' tion ate, a. fond ; Ad vil sed ly, ad. delibe- tender.
rately ; purposely ; pru- Af fil ance, n. a marriage dently
contract ; confidence. Ad u laltion n flattery ; Af fil an cer, n. he who high compliment
contract of Ad' u la to rý, a. fiatter- marriage between two ing.
parties. A dult', a. grown up n. a Af fi dal vit, n. a declara
person above the age of tion upon oath: infancy.
Aí fil i a' tion, n. adopA dul' te rete, v. to cor. tion.
rupt ; to mix with some- Af fin'i tý, n. relation by thing foreign.
marriage; kindred; like. A dul te ra'tion, n. the act of adulterating;
Af firm', v. to declare ; to Ad' vo cate, n. he who assert confidently;
pleads the cause of an- Af fir ma' tion, n. the act other.
of affirming ; confirmaA e' ri al, a. belonging to tion. the air ; high.
Af fir ma tive, D that A er ol' o gý, n. the doc. which affirms ; opposed trine of the air.
to negative. Af fa bil' i tự, n. easiness Af fis', v. to fasten to ; to
of manners ; civility. join at the end.