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Ap pro' pri ate, v. to con- to settle a dispute ; a
sign to some particular judge. use. a peculiar; set Ar bit' ra ment, n. deciapart.
sion ; will; choice. Ap pro pri a' tion, n. the Arbi tra rì lý, ad abso
application of something lutely; without to a particular purpose
trol. Ap pro' val, n. approba- Ar' bi tra rý, a. absolute ; tion ; approvement.
despotic ; unlimited. Ap prox' i mate, y. to ap-Ar' bi trate, v. to decide ;
proach ; to draw near to determine ; to judge. to.
Ar bi tra' tion, in the deAp prox i ma' tion, n. ap. cision of arbitrators.
proach to any thing. Ar bi tra' tor, n a person A'pii cot, n. a kind of mutually chosen, by the wall fruit.
contending parties, to A'pril,n. the fourth month. arbitrate. Apt, a. fit, ready, quick, Arbor ist, n. a naturalist Ap' ti tude, n. fitness ; who makes trees his tendency ; disposition.
study. Api' ly, ad. properly ; just. Ar bour, n. a bower; a ly; pertinently
seat shaded with trees. Apt' ness,n fitness; quick- Arc, n. a segment; part
ness of apprehension. of a circle ; arch. ‘A qua for' tis, n. a corro- Ar ca' num, n. a secret ;
sive liquor, made by dis- pl. arcana. tilling nitre with caicin- | Arch, n. part of a circle, ed vitriol
not more than half. v. to *Α
qua vi' tæ, n. brandy. build arches. a wag. A quat' ick, 2. that which gish ; chief; of the first
inbabits, or grows in class. water.
Arch' an'gel, n. an angel “A" que duct, n. a water of the highest order. leader.
Arch bish' op, n. a bishop A que ous, a. watery. of the first ciass. A' quiline, a resembling Arch dea' con, n, a bish
an eagle : hooked. op's deputy. Ar a ble, a fit for tillage Arch duke', n. a soverAr bi ter, n. an umpire eign prince ; grand
of clay; clayish. Arch duch'ess, n. the sis- Argue, v. to reason ; to ter or daughter of the
offer reasons ,
to dis Archduke of Austria
pute. Arch' er, n. one who fights Ar' gu ment, n. controverwith a bow.
sy ; the subject or con. Ari che type, n. the origi- tents of any discourse or
nal of which any resem- writing. blance is made.
A rid' i tỹ, n. dryness. Architect, n a builder ; | A'ries, n. the ram ; one
a professor of the art of the twelve signs of of building
the zodiac. Ar'ichi tec ture, n. the art A right', ad. rightly. of building
A riseo, v. to mount upArchives“, n. the places wards ; to get up ; to
where records or anci. revive from death.
ent writings are kept. Ar is toc' ra cy, n. a govo Arc' tic, a. northern
ernment of which the Arc'tick,
supreme power is in the Ar' dent, a. hoi ; burning ; nobles.
vehement; affectionate. Ar is to crat' ic al, a. re. Ar dent lý, ad. eagerly : lating to aristocracy. affectionately.
A rith met' ic al, a. Ar' dour, n. heat; heat of cording to the rules of affection.
arithmetick. Ar du ous, a. lofty ; hard A rith met' i cal lý, ad. in to climb; difficult.
an arithmetical manner. A're a, n the superficial | A rith me ti" cian, n, a
content ; open space be- master of the art of fore a building:
numbers. Are fac' tion, n. the act of | A rith' me tick, n. the scidrying
ence of numbers. Ar e fy, v. to dry.
Arma'da, n. an armament Ar e na ceous. a. sandy ;
Ar ma ment, n. a naval Argent, a. silver ; bright force. like silver.
Ar mi" ger ous, a. bearing Ar gil, n. potter's clay. arms. Ar gil' lous, a. consisting ( Ar mip' o tent, a. mighty
Ar' ro gant, a. haughty, Ar mis tice, n. & short proud, presumptuous, truce.
Arro gate, v. to claim Ar mor er, n. he that vainly or unjustly.
makes armour or weap. Ar row, n. a pointed weaons.
pon shot from a bow. Ar mo rý, n. a place in Ar se nal, n. a repository
wbich arms are reposit. for arms ; a magazine. ed for use.
Ar se nick, n. a very pois. All mour, n. defensive
Art, n. science; skill ; dex. Ar o mat' ic, a. spicy, terity : cunning. fragrant.
Ar te'ri al, a. relating to A rouseól, v. to wake from
an artery: sleep ; to raise up; to Ar te rý, n. a conical excite.
canal, conveying the Ar raign', v. to indict; to blood from the heart to
charge : to accuse. all parts of the body. Ar range', v. to set in or- Art' ful, a. cuining, dex. der.
terous, skilful. Ar range' ment, n the act Art' ful lý, ad. cunningly, of putting in order ; the
skilfully, state of being in order. Ar ti cle, n. one of the
parts of speech ; a connotorious.
dition of a covenant ; a Ar ray', n. order of battle ; single clause of an ac
dress v. to put in or- count ; stipulation. der; to dress.
Ar tic' u late, a distinct; Ar rear age, n. the re. plain. v. to speak as a mainder
of an account. Ar rest', v. to sieze on, Ar tic u la' tion, n. speaktn obstruct. n. a legal ing distincly ; joint of caption.
bones. Ar ri' val, n. the act of Artifice, n. trick ; fraud ;
coming to any place. art ; trade. Ar rive', v. to come to a Ar tif' i cer, n. an artist place.
or manufacturer. n. great Ar ti fi" cial, a. made by pride ; presumption. art ; not natural,
very bad ;
Ar ro gance,
Ar til le ry, n. weapons As cer tain' ment, n. a fix.
of war ; cannon ; great ed rule or standard. ordnance.
As cribe', v. to attribute Ar ti 6wan, n. an artist ; an to ; to impute to.
inferior tradesman. A sha' med, a. abashed, Art' ist, n. the professor confounded.
of an art ; a skilful man. Ash' esó, n. the remains of Art' less, a. unskilful ; any thing burnt; the without fraud.
remains of the body. A run din' e olis, Ash wednes' day, n. the
bounding with reeds. first day of lent. As a foet' i da, n. a gum A shore', ad. on shore ;
of an offensive smell. on the land. Asó bes' tos, n. a kind of Ash'ò, a. ash coloured ;
fossil which may be split pale ; between brown into threads and fila. ments, and which can- Ask, v. to beg ; to claim ; not be consumed by to seek ; to require. fire.
As kance'; ad. sideways ; As cend', v. to mount ; to askaunce ; ; askaunt; ob
rise ; to advance in ex Jiquely. cellence.
A skew', ad. aside ; with As cend' ant, n. height ; contempt ; contemptu.
elevation. a. predomi- ously nant; superior.
A slant', ad. obliquely ; As cel dan cỹ, n. influ. on one side.
ence ; superiority. A sleep, ad. sleeping ; As cen' sion, n. the act of
into sleep rising
A slope', ad. with decliviAs cen' sion-day, n. a fes. ity ; obliquely.
tival ten days before As par' a gus, n. the name Whitsuntide, in com- of a plant. memoration of our Sa- As' pect, n. look ; air; apviour's ascension into pearance. heaven.
As' pen, n.
a tree, the As cent', n. the act of ris. leaves of which always
ing ;rise ; an eminence. tremble. As cer ain', v. to make As' pe rate, v. to make certain.
As per' i tỹ, n. roughness
gether. of surface, of sound, of As sem' blý, n. a company temper.
met together. As perse', v. to slander ; | As sent', v. to concede ; to censure.
to yield to. n. consent ; As per' sion, n. a sprink. agreement.
ling ; calumny; censure. As sert', v. to maintain ; As' pi rate,v. to pronounce to affirm. full.
As ser tion, n. the act of As pi ra' tion, n. an ardent asserting
wish; pronouncing with | Assess', v. to charge with full breath.
any certain sum. As pire', v. to desire with As sess' ment, n. the sum eagerness; to pant after
levied ; the act of assomething higher. sessing A squint', ad. obliquely ; As ses' sor, n. he that lays
not in the straight line taxes. of vision.
As sev e ra'tion, n. solemn As sail', v. to attack; to affirmation.
As si du'i tý, n. diligence. As saillant, n. he that at- As sid' u olls, a. constant tacks.
in application. As sas' sin, n. a murderer. As sid' u ous lý, ad. diliAs sas' sin ate, v. to mur- gently, continually. der by violence.
As sign', v. to appoint; to As sas si na' tion, n. the
give a reason for ; act of assassinating make a transfer. As sault', v. to attack ; to As sign'a ble,a. that which invade; n. a violent at
may be assigned tack.
As sign ee', n. one who is As say, v. to make trial
deputed to do any thing of.
on behalf of others. As say' er, n. an officer of As sign' ment, n. an apthe mint, for the due
pointment ; a transfer. trial of silver.
As sim' i late, v. to liken ; As sem' blage, n. a col- to make like.
lection of individuals. As sist', v. to help. As semble, v. to bring As sist' ance, n. help ; fur together ; to meet to- therance.