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Grav i ta' tion, n. act of tending to the centre Grav' i ty, n. seriousness; weight.
Gravy, n. the juice of roasted meat, &c. Gra zier, n. one who
feeds cattle. Graze, v. to feed on grass; to touch lightly. Gree' dy, a. ravenous; eager; voracious. Green' gage, n. a species of plum. Greeting, n. a kind salutation at meeting. Gre gari ous, a. going in flocks or herds. Gren a dier', n. a tall, foot soldier. Grief, n. sorrow. Grievance, n. hardship. Grieve, v. to afflict; to
minded; to creep on the ground.
Ground' less, a. void of
reason or truth. Ground' work,
ground; first principle. Group, n. a crowd; a cluster; a huddle. Grum' ly, ad. sullenly; morosely.
Guar' di an, n. one who has the care of an or phan.
Guard' less, a. without defence.
Guest, n. one entertained in the house of another. Guidance, n. direction; government.
Guide, v. to direct ; to regulate. n. director; regulator; guider. Guild, n. a society; a corporation; a fraternity. Guile, n. deceitful cunning; insidious arti
Guile' ful, a. treacherous; artful; insidious.
Guile' less, a. free from
Hair brained, a wild ; irregular.
Hail, V. to salute; to call to; to pour down hail. in. a term of salutation.
Hale, v. to drag by force. a. sound; healthy. Hâl' berd, n. a battle axe fixed on a long pole. Hal le lu' jah, n. praise ye the Lord; a song of thanksgiving.
Guz' zle, v. to drink gree-Hal loo', v. to incite by
shouts; to shout to. Hal' low, v. to consecrate.
to make holy.
Hâlt, a. lame; crippled. n. a stop in a march. v. to limp; to stop ; to hesitate.
Ham' let, n. a small village. Ham' mock, n. a swing. ing bed.
Ham' per, v. to shackle; to entangle; to embar
Ham' string, n. the tendon of the ham. v. to cut the tendon of the ham.
Han' di craft, n. manual occupation.
Hand' ker chief, n. a piece of linen, silk, muslin, &c. used to wipe the face, or to cover the
Hap' less, a. unhappy; unfortunate; luckless. Hap' ly, ad. peradventure; by accident.
Hap' pi ly, ad. successfully; prosperously. Hap' pi ness, n. felicity; good fortune. Har angue', n. a public speech. v. to make a speech.
Har ass, v. to weary; to fatigue; to vex. Har' bin ger, n. a forerun
ner; a messenger. Harbour, v. to entertain; to sojourn. n. a port or haven. Hard heart' ed, a. inexorable; merciless; cruel.
Hard mouth' ed, a. diso
bedient to the rein. Hard' ware, n. manufactures of metal. Har' dy, a. bold; brave; daring.
Harm' less, a. innocent;
innoxious; unhurt. Har mo' ni ous, a. musi
cal; well adapted. Har' mo nize, v. to adjust
in fit proportions. Har mo ny, n. concord; just proportion of sound. Har poon', n. a dart to strike whales with. Harp' si 'chord, n. a musical instrument with keys. Har row, n.
a frame of timber set with iron teeth to break the clods of earth. v. to tear up; to disturb; to break with a harrow. Harsh, a. austere; rough; rigorous. Harsh' ness, n. roughness to the ear; sourness. n. the heart,
Hars' let, Has' let, S liver, lights, &c. of a hog.
Has' sock, n. a thick mat on which men kneel at. church.
Hate' ful ness, n. odious
Ha' ven, n. a port; a har bour; an asylum. Haugh' ty, a. proud: lofty; insolent; arrogant ; contemptuous.
Haul, v. to drag by violence; to hale. n. pull. Haunt, n. habit of being in a certain place. v. to be much about. Hav' oc, n. waste; wide and general devastation.
powering with sorrow.
v. to waste; to des- | Heart' break ing, a. overtroy. Haut boy, (he' boy), n. a Heart' wound ed, a. filled
large strawberry. Haz ard, n. danger, chance. v. to expose to chance; to adventure.
Haz' ard ous, a. danger
ous; exposed to chance. Ha' zy, a. dark; foggy ; misty.
Head' ach', n. pain in the head.
Head' land, n. a promontory; cape; ground under hedges. Head' long, a. rash ; thoughtless. cipitately.
Head' piece, n. armour for the head; understanding; force of mind. Head quarters, n. the general rendezvous for soldiers, where the commander resides. Head' strong, a. unrestrained; violent; governable. Health, n. freedom from pain or sickness; salvation; prosperity. Heal' thy, a. in health; free from sickness. Hearing, n. the sense by which sounds are perceived; audience.
with passion of love or grief.
Heart' en, v. to encour
age; to animate. Heart' i ly, ad. sincerely; vigorously; eagerly. Heart' less, a. without courage; spiritless. Hear ty, a. sincere ; warm; in full health; vigorous; strong. Heat, n. a sensation caused by fire; ardour of thought or elocution. Heath, n. a plant; a place covered with shrubs of any kind.
Heathen, n. a gentile ; a pagan; an idolater. gentile; pagan.
Hea then ish, a. pagan ; savage.
Heave, v. to lift; to raise
from the ground; to keck. n. a lift; an effort to vomit. Heav' en, n. the regions above; expanse of the sky; the residence of the blessed. Heav' en ly, a supremely
excellent; celestial. Heav' i ness, n. depression
of mind; weight. Hec' a tomb, n. a sacrifice of a hundred cattle.
Hedge, n. a fence made | Hem' i sphere, n. a half
of thorns, shrubs, &c.
v. to encircle for de
Hence' forth, ad. from this time forward.
Hedge' hog, n. an animal | Hep' ta gon, n. a figure
set with prickles. Heed, v. to take notice of. n. care; attention; notice.
Heed ful, a. watchful;
attentive; observing Heed' less, a. negligent;
inattentive; careless. Heif' er, n. a young cow. Height, n. elevation above the ground; degree of altitude. Height' en, V. to raise higher; to improve Hei nous, (ha'nus), a. atrocious; wicked in a
with seven sides or an