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Title: A Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous or Parallel Expressions - Designed as a Practical Guide to Aptness and Variety of Phraseology
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A DICTIONARY

OF

ENGLISH SYNONYMES

AND

SYNONYMOUS OR PARALLEL EXPRESSIONS

DESIGNED AS A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO APTNESS AND VARIETY

OF PHRASEOLOGY

BY RICHARD SOULE


The exertion of clothing a thought in a completely new set of words
increases both clearness of thought and mastery over words. It is the
test of a solid thought that it will bear a change of clothing.--J. R.
SEELEY.


BOSTON

LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY

1871


Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1871, by

RICHARD SOULE,

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.


CAMBRIDGE:

PRESS OF JOHN WILSON AND SON.

Transcriber's note:

Definitions which are synonyms in alphabetic order in the text (e.g.
Afterward, Afterwards) are shown as connected by braces followed by
the common description(s). In this text they have been separated and
duplicated. Minor typos and numbering errors of descriptions have been
corrected. All small caps have been converted to CAPITALS. Inconsistent
hyphenation has been retained.



PREFACE.


The main design of this Dictionary is to provide a ready means of
assistance when one is at a loss for a word or an expression that best
suits a particular turn of thought or mood of the mind, or that may
obviate an ungraceful repetition. Even practised and skilful writers
are sometimes embarrassed in the endeavor to make a sentence more
clear, simple, terse, or rhythmical, by the substitution of one form
of diction for another. It is presumed that they, as well as novices
in composition, will find the present work useful in overcoming
difficulties of this sort.

As to the method of using it: Whenever a doubt arises in regard to the
fitness of any word, and a better one is not readily suggested, let
the writer turn to this word in its alphabetical place. Under it will
be found the words and phrases, or some clew to the words and phrases,
which, in any connection, have the same meaning as itself, or a
meaning very nearly the same. That one of them, which comes nearest to
expressing the exact shade of thought in the writer's mind, will be
likely to arrest the attention and determine the choice.

In most cases, all the words that belong to any group will be found in
that group. But in some instances, as when the same word falls into
two or more groups that are near to each other, or when there are so
many synonymes for a word that a repetition of every one of them under
each in its alphabetical place would seem to be too formal and prolix,
the inquirer is referred to some prominent word among them for a view
of the whole. Under the word _Blockhead_, for example, reference is
made to the word DUNCE,--printed, for this purpose, in capitals, as
here,--under which will be found all the words that are synonymous
with it. This example is given because it is the most marked one in
our language of a multiplicity of terms for the same idea.

Many nouns ending in _ness_, and adverbs ending in _ly_, have been
omitted in their alphabetical places, for the reason that their
synonymes are sufficiently indicated by the corresponding adjectives.

The aim has been to present at a single glance the words or modes of
speech which denote the same object, or which express the same general
idea, with only slight shades of difference. There has been no attempt
at elaborate discussion of the nice distinctions that obtain between
words apparently synonymous; but hints of such distinctions have been
given whenever it was practicable to give them briefly in a
parenthetical remark.

In preparing this Dictionary, free use has been made of the following
works: Roget's Thesaurus of Words and Phrases; the Quarto Dictionaries
of Webster and of Worcester; Crabb's Synonymes; Graham's Synonymes;
Whately's Synonymes; Platt's Synonymes; the Dictionaries of Synonymes
by Fenby, Sherer, Mackenzie, and Smith; the Medical Dictionaries of
Dunglison and of Thomas; and the United States Dispensatory by Wood
and Bache. It contains much, however, that has been gathered from a
wide field of miscellaneous reading during a long series of years.

The author is under special obligations to his friends Mr. JUSTIN
WINSOR, Mr. WILLIAM A. WHEELER, and Mr. LOOMIS J. CAMPBELL, for the
interest they have manifested in the progress of the work, and for
their valuable suggestions and criticisms.

BROOKLINE, January 2d, 1871.



EXPLANATORY TABLE.


_a._ stands for Adjective.
_ad._           Adverb.
_Alg._          Algebra.
_Anat._         Anatomy.
_Arch._         Architecture.
_Arith._        Arithmetic.
_Astrol._       Astrology.
_Astron._       Astronomy.
_Bot._          Botany.
_Chem._         Chemistry.
_Com._          Commerce.
_conj._         Conjunction.
_Eccl._         Ecclesiastical.
_Eng._          England, or English.
_Ent._          Entomology.
_Fort._         Fortification.
Fr.             French.
_Geol._         Geology.
_Geom._         Geometry.
_Gram._         Grammar.
Gr.             Greek.
_Her._          Heraldry.
_Ich._          Ichthyology.
_interj._       Interjection.
It.             Italian.
L.              Latin.
_Math._         Mathematics.
_Med._          Medicine.
_Meteor._       Meteorology.
_Mil._          Military.
_Min._          Mineralogy.
_Mythol._       Mythology.
_Mus._          Music.
_Naut._         Nautical.
_n._            Noun.
_Ornith._       Ornithology.
_pl._           Plural.
_prep._         Preposition.
_Rhet._         Rhetoric.
_Sculp._        Sculpture.
_sing._         Singular.
Sp.             Spanish.
_Surg._         Surgery.
_Theol._        Theology.
_U. S._         United States.
_v. a._         Verb Active.
_v. n._         Verb Neuter.
_Zoöl._         Zoölogy.



A DICTIONARY

OF

ENGLISH SYNONYMES.


CAPITALS, in the printing of a word or a phrase, indicate a reference
to that word in its alphabetical place, where additional synonymes, or
some information in regard to it, may be found.

When a word has more than one signification, the separate groups of
synonymes, corresponding to the several meanings, are designated by
figures.



A


~Aback~, _ad._ Backwards, rearwards, regressively.

~Abaft~, _prep._ (_Naut._) Behind, back of, in the rear of.

~Abaft~, _ad._ (_Naut._) Aft, behind, astern, rearward, back, in the
rear.

~Abalienate~, _v. a._ (_Law._) Alienate, transfer, convey, demise,
make over, deliver over.

~Abalienation~, _n._ (_Law._) Alienation, transfer, demise, conveyance.

~Abandon~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Leave, relinquish, quit, forsake, desert,
evacuate, drop, abjure, forswear, give over, cast off, retire from,
withdraw from.

~2.~ Surrender, cede, yield, resign, forego, renounce, waive, vacate,
ABDICATE, deliver up, give up, part with, let go, lay down.

~Abandoned~, _a._ ~1.~ Relinquished, deserted, forsaken, cast away,
rejected, discarded, given up, given over, cast off.

~2.~ Depraved, corrupted, corrupt, profligate, vicious, sinful,
wicked, dissolute, reprobate, graceless, shameless, unprincipled,
lost, obdurate, hardened, impenitent, incorrigible, irreclaimable,
demoralized, lost to shame, dead to honor.

~Abandonment~, _n._ ~1.~ Abandoning, relinquishment, desertion,
dereliction.

~2.~ Renunciation, surrender, cession, resignation, abnegation,
abjuration, rejection, ABDICATION.

~Abarticulation~, _n._ (_Med._) Diarthrosis.

~Abase~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Depress, lower, reduce, drop, sink, stoop, cast
down, let down, let fall.

~2.~ Degrade, humble, disgrace, dishonor, humiliate, debase, bring
low, take down.

~Abasement~, _n._ ~1.~ Depression, detrusion, reduction, lowering,
fall, deterioration, degradation, debasement, degeneracy, vitiation,
perversion, depravation.

~2.~ Abjectness, abjection, vileness, baseness, contemptibleness,
despicableness.

~3.~ Humiliation, condescension, submission, submissiveness,
resignation, humility, meekness, humbleness, lowliness, self-abasement.

~Abash~, _v. a._ Shame, mortify, confuse, confound, disconcert,
discompose, DISCOUNTENANCE, humiliate, humble, snub, put to shame,
make ashamed, put down, put out of countenance, take down, send away
with a flea in one's ear.

~Abashment~, _n._ Confusion, shame, mortification, embarrassment.

~Abate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lessen, diminish, decrease, reduce, lower,
relax, slacken.

~2.~ Remit, allow, bate, rebate, deduct.

~3.~ Moderate, assuage, mitigate, soothe, soften, qualify, alleviate,
mollify, allay, appease, pacify, compose, tranquillize, temper,
attempor, quiet, quell, calm, dull, blunt.

~4.~ (_Law._) Remove, suppress, terminate, put an end to.

~Abate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Decrease, diminish, lessen, subside, wane, ebb,
intermit, slacken.

~2.~ (_Law._) Be defeated, frustrated, or overthrown.

~Abatement~, _n._ ~1.~ Diminution, decrease, lessening, mitigation,
assuagement, decrement, extenuation, remission.

~2.~ Subsidence, wane, ebb.

~3.~ Discount, allowance, rebate, deduction, reduction, drawback.

~Abbey~, _n._ Monastery, convent, cloister, priory, nunnery.

~Abbreviate~, _v. a._ Shorten (_by cutting off_), curtail, reduce,
contract, retrench, abridge, condense, compress, epitomize, cut short,
cut down.

~Abbreviation~, _n._ Shortening (_by cutting off_), curtailment,
contraction, ABRIDGMENT, reduction, condensation, compression.

~Abdicate~, _v. a._ Resign (_an office or dignity_), surrender (_a
right_), cede, forego, renounce, relinquish, abandon, quit, vacate,
give up, part with, lay down, renounce all claim to.

~Abdicate~, _v. n._ Resign, relinquish office (_especially that of a
king_), vacate the throne.

~Abdication~, _n._ Abdicating, resignation, surrender, renunciation,
abandonment.

~Abdomen~, _n._ Belly, paunch.

~Abdominal~, _a._ Ventral.

~Abdominous~, _a._ Large-bellied, great-bellied, big-bellied, pot-
bellied, tun-bellied.

~Abduce~, _v. a._ (_Anat._) Withdraw, draw away, pull back.

~Abduct~, _v. a._ Kidnap, carry off, run away with, run off with.

~Abduction~, _n._ ~1.~ Withdrawing, withdrawal, withdrawment, drawing
away.

~2.~ Kidnapping.

~Aberdevine~, _n._ Siskin (_Carduelis spinus_).

~Aberrance~, _n._ Deviation, departure.

~Aberrant~, _a._ ~1.~ Deviating, wandering, rambling, diverging,
divergent, devious, erratic, out of the way.

~2.~ Irregular, abnormal, unnatural, unusual, singular, peculiar,
anomalous, unconformable, exceptional, strange, anomalistic,
eccentric, monstrous, preternatural.

~Aberration~, _n._ ~1.~ Deviation, divergence, wandering, rambling,
departure.

~2.~ Irregularity, eccentricity, singularity, peculiarity,
strangeness, unconformity, anomaly, abnormity, monstrosity.

~3.~ Illusion, delusion, hallucination, monomania, self-deception.

~Abet~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Aid, assist, help, support, succor, second,
sustain, uphold, back, co-operate with, take part with, give support to.

~2.~ Favor, encourage, sanction, countenance, advocate, connive at.

~3.~ (_Law._) Instigate (_to commit a crime_), stimulate, incite,
foment.

~Abettor~, _n._ ~1.~ Assistant, helper, aider, coadjutor, co-operator,
ally, auxiliary.

~2.~ Advocate, adviser, promoter, instigator.

~3.~ Confederate, accomplice, accessory, PARTICEPS CRIMINIS, SOCIUS
CRIMINIS.

~Abeyance~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Law._) Expectation, prospect, expectancy,
waiting, anticipation, calculation, contemplation.

~2.~ Suspense, reservation, intermission, remission, dormancy,
quiescence.

~Abhor~, _v. a._ Hate, abominate, detest, loathe, nauseate, shrink
from, recoil from, shudder at, view with horror.

~Abhorrence~, _n._ Abomination, horror, detestation, hatred, loathing,
disgust, antipathy, aversion.

~Abhorrent~, _a._ ~1.~ Hating, detesting, abominating, loathing.

~2.~ Odious, offensive, shocking, repugnant, hateful, loathsome.

~Abide~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Stay, sojourn, tarry, lodge, rest, keep, take up
one's quarters, pitch one's tent.

~2.~ Dwell, reside, live, inhabit, settle, plant one's self, get a
footing, get a foothold.

~3.~ Remain, continue, persist, persevere, SUBSIST, go on, keep on, be
steadfast, be constant.

~4.~ Endure, bear.

~Abide~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Await, attend, wait for, be in readiness for, be
in store for.

~2.~ Endure, tolerate, bear, brook, suffer, bear with, put up with.

~Abide by.~ Act up to, conform to, persist in.

~Abiding~, _a._ Permanent, lasting, durable, constant, continuing,
stable.

~Ability~, _n._ ~1.~ Power (_to execute any thing_), ableness, force,
potency, might, efficiency, efficacy, strength, energy, skill,
skilfulness, dexterity, address, cleverness, ingenuity, talent,
aptitude, aptness, knack, expertness, facility, quickness, readiness.

~2.~ Qualification, competency, sufficiency.

~3.~ CAPACITY, capability, capableness, faculty, gift, parts, genius,
endowment, calibre, forte, turn.

~Abject~, _a._ Base, vile, mean, low, despicable, contemptible,
beggarly, paltry, dirty, squalid, grovelling, pitiful, ignoble,
degraded, worthless, poor, servile, slavish, menial, sneaking, sordid,
shabby, scurvy, miserable, wretched, low-minded, base-minded, earth-
born, earth-bred.

~Abjection~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Humbling, humiliation.

~2.~ Abasement, ABJECTNESS.

~Abjectness~, _n._ Meanness, servility, vileness, baseness, abasement,
abjection, contemptibleness.

~Abjuration~, ~1.~ Renunciation (_upon oath_), relinquishment,
rejection, abandonment, abnegation.

~2.~ Recantation, retraction, revocation, repeal, reversal, recall.

~Abjure~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Renounce (_upon oath_), relinquish, forego,
reject, forswear, abandon, ABNEGATE, give up, cast off.

~2.~ Retract, revoke, recant, recall, withdraw, disavow, take back.

~Able~, _a._ ~1.~ Clever, accomplished, talented, adroit, ingenious,
expert, dexterous, apt, quick, skilful, efficient, proficient, good,
versed, practical, AU FAIT.

~2.~ Qualified, fitted, competent.

~3.~ Capable, gifted, powerful, strong, mighty, highly endowed.

~4.~ Masterly, effective, telling.

~Ableness~, _n._ ABILITY.

~Ablution~, _n._ Washing (_especially of the body, as a religious
rite_), lavation, bathing, wash.

~Abnegate~, _v. a._ [_Rare._] Deny, reject, renounce, abjure.

~Abnegation~, _n._ Denial, renunciation, rejection, abandonment,
abjuration, surrender.

~Abnormal~, _a._ Irregular, anomalous, anomalistic, unusual,
unnatural, singular, peculiar, unconformable, exceptional,
heteroclite, aberrant, eccentric, erratic, strange, monstrous,
preternatural.

~Abnormity~, _n._ Irregularity, unconformity, anomaly, peculiarity,
singularity, monstrosity.

~Aboard~, _ad._ On board, in the ship, in the vessel.

~Abode~, _n._ ~1.~ Habitation, dwelling, lodging, domicile, home,
house, seat, place, quarters, head-quarters, place of residence.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Continuance (_in a place_), stay, residence.

~Abolish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Abrogate, annul, disannul, repeal, rescind,
revoke, cancel, nullify, quash, vacate, invalidate, set aside, make
void.

~2.~ Destroy, overthrow, subvert, obliterate, extirpate, eradicate,
annihilate, extinguish, suppress, DISESTABLISH, do away, put an end to.

~Abolition~, _n._ ~1.~ Abrogation, annulment, annulling,
nullification, rescinding, revocation, cancelling, repeal, rescission.

~2.~ Destruction, overthrow, subversion, obliteration, extirpation,
eradication, annihilation, extinction, extinguishment, suppression,
DISESTABLISHMENT.

~Abominable~, _a._ ~1.~ Hateful, odious, detestable, horrid, horrible,
execrable, nefarious, damnable, cursed, accursed, hellish.

~2.~ Loathsome, offensive, obnoxious, foul, nauseous, nauseating,
disgusting, sickening, repulsive, revolting, shocking.

~3.~ Vile, wretched, sorry, scurvy, shabby, bad.

~Abominate~, _v. a._ Abhor, detest, execrate, hate, loathe, nauseate,
shrink from, recoil from, shudder at, view with horror.

~Abomination~, _n._ ~1.~ Abhorrence, detestation, execration, hatred,
loathing, disgust, antipathy.

~2.~ Contamination, pollution, defilement, taint, uncleanness,
impurity, foulness.

~3.~ Nuisance, annoyance, plague, infliction, torment, curse, great
evil, hateful thing.

~Aboriginal~, _a._ Primitive, primeval, primordial, pristine, primary,
prime, original, first, native, indigenous, autochthonal.

~Abortion~, _n._ ~1.~ Miscarriage.

~2.~ Failure, disappointment, want of success, vain effort or attempt.

~Abortive~, _a._ ~1.~ Miscarrying, failing, untimely, immature.

~2.~ Unavailing, vain, fruitless, useless, bootless, ineffectual,
ineffective, inoperative, unsuccessful, profitless, futile,
unprofitable, idle, nugatory, in vain, of no account.

~Abound~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Teem, swarm, superabound, swell, flow,
increase, multiply, be in great plenty, be numerous, be very prevalent.

~2.~ Exuberate, luxuriate, revel, wanton, be well furnished, be well
supplied.

~About~, _prep._ ~1.~ Around, round, encircling, surrounding.

~2.~ Near, near to, not far from.

~3.~ Concerning, touching, respecting, relating to, relative to, with
respect to, with reference to, in regard to, with regard to.

~4.~ Through, over.

~About~, _ad._ ~1.~ Around, here and there.

~2.~ Nearly, near, approximately, not far from.

~3.~ Ready, in a state of readiness, on the point.

~Above~, _prep._ ~1.~ Higher than.

~2.~ Over, exceeding, more than, greater than.

~3.~ Beyond, superior to.

~4.~ Too high for, too proud for.

~Above~, _ad._ ~1.~ Overhead, aloft, on high, in a high place.

~2.~ Before, in a former part.

~3.~ Of a higher rank or order.

~Above all.~ Chiefly, in the first place, before all other
considerations.

~Above-board~, _ad._ Openly, candidly, ingenuously, frankly,
sincerely, fairly, in open sight, without artifice, without
equivocation, without guile, without disguise.

~Abrade~, _v. a._ SCRAPE, wear away, wear off, rub off.

~Abrasion~, _n._ Friction, attrition, rubbing, disintegration,
CONFRICATION, wearing away, wearing off, rubbing off.

~Abreast~, _ad._ ~1.~ Along-side, side by side.

~2.~ Against, off, on a line with, opposite to.

~Abridge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Shorten (_by compression_), epitomize,
condense, compress, make an abstract of.

~2.~ Diminish, reduce, contract, curtail, lessen, ABBREVIATE,
retrench, cut down.

~3.~ Deprive, dispossess, divest.

~Abridger~, _n._ Epitomizer, writer of an epitome.

~Abridgment~, _n._ ~1.~ Shortening (_by compression_), contraction,
diminution, reduction, ABBREVIATION, curtailment, retrenchment.

~2.~ Compendium, compend, epitome, summary, abstract, digest,
synopsis, syllabus, breviary, brief, conspectus, outline, sum and
substance.

~3.~ Deprivation, dispossession.

~Abroach~, _ad._ ~1.~ Broached, tapped, on tap.

~2.~ A-going.

~Abroad~, _ad._ ~1.~ Widely, at large.

~2.~ Forth, out of the house, out of doors, in the open air.

~3.~ Extensively, before the public.

~4.~ Without (_as opposed to within_).

~Abrogate~, _v. a._ Annul, disannul, repeal, revoke, rescind, cancel,
abolish, nullify, quash, vacate, invalidate, overrule, set aside, do
away, make void.

~Abrogation~, _n._ Repeal, rescission, rescinding, abolition,
annulment, annulling, revocation.

~Abrupt~, _a._ ~1.~ Broken, cragged, craggy, rough, rugged.

~2.~ Steep, precipitous.

~3.~ Sudden, unexpected, unanticipated, precipitate, hasty,
unseasonable, ill-timed, unlooked for.

~4.~ Short, blunt, unceremonious, curt.

~5.~ Inelegant (_as style_), stiff, cramped, harsh, disconnected,
unconnected.

~Abscess~, _n._ Sore, ulcer, fester, imposthume, pustule, gathering,
boil.

~Abscond~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Withdraw, flee, fly, decamp, escape, elope,
retreat, bolt, make off, steal away, slink away, slip away, run away,
run off, sneak off, pack off, effect one's escape.

~2.~ Hide, secrete one's self.

~Absence~, _n._ ~1.~ Non-attendance, non-appearance.

~2.~ Inattention, abstraction, preoccupation, distraction, revery,
musing, brown study, absence of mind.

~3.~ Want, deficiency, lack, default.

~4.~ Privation, negation.

~Absent~, _a._ ~1.~ Away, gone, not present.

~2.~ Abstracted, preoccupied, inattentive, dreaming, musing, lost,
napping, absent-minded, in a brown study.

~Absent-minded~, _a._ Abstracted, ABSENT.

~Absent one's self~, Be not present, stay away.

~Absolute~, _a._ ~1.~ Independent, unrestricted, unqualified,
unlimited, unconditional, unconditioned, complete, perfect.

~2.~ Despotic, arbitrary, tyrannical, tyrannous, imperious,
imperative, authoritative, autocratic, dictatorial, irresponsible.

~3.~ Positive, actual, real, veritable, determinate, decided, genuine,
categorical, unequivocal, certain.

~Absolutely~, _ad._ ~1.~ Completely, unconditionally, without limit.

~2.~ Truly, actually, positively, indeed, really, in fact, in reality,
in truth.

~Absoluteness~, _n._ ~1.~ Despotism, ABSOLUTISM.

~2.~ Positiveness, reality, actuality.

~Absolution~, _n._ Acquittal, remission, discharge, release,
liberation, deliverance, clearance, forgiveness, pardon, INDULGENCE,
JUSTIFICATION.

~Absolutism~, _n._ Absoluteness, arbitrariness, despotism, tyranny,
autocracy.

~Absolutory~, _a._ Clearing, acquitting, releasing, pardoning,
forgiving, absolvatory.

~Absolvatory~, _a._ ABSOLUTORY.

~Absolve~, _v. a._ Acquit, clear, release, liberate, free, discharge,
loose, deliver, exculpate, exonerate, excuse, forgive, pardon,
JUSTIFY, set free.

~Absorb~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Imbibe, take in, take up, suck in, suck up,
drink in.

~2.~ Consume, exhaust, destroy, engorge, devour, engulf, swallow up.

~3.~ Engross, engage, immerse, occupy, arrest, fix, rivet.

~Absorbent~, _a._ Absorbing, imbibing.

~Absorption~, _n._ ~1.~ Absorbing.

~2.~ Engrossment, occupation, engagement, immersion.

~Abstain~, _v. n._ Refrain, forbear, desist, deny one's self, hold or
keep one's self back, stay one's hand, keep one's self from indulgence.

~Abstemious~, _a._ Abstinent (_by habit_), sober, moderate, habitually
temperate, sparing in diet.

~Abstemiousness~, _n._ Temperance (_as a habit_), abstinence.

~Abstergent~, _a._ (_Med._) Cleansing, purifying, purgative, cathartic.

~Abstinence~, _n._ ~1.~ Abstaining, refraining.

~2.~ Abstemiousness, soberness, temperance, moderation.

~Abstinent~, _a._ ~1.~ Abstaining, fasting.

~2.~ Abstemious, sober, temperate.

~Abstract~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Separate, disunite, disjoin, dissociate,
isolate, detach, disengage.

~2.~ Take, seize, appropriate, steal, purloin.

~3.~ Abridge, abbreviate, epitomize, make an abstract of.

~Abstract~, _a._ ~1.~ Separate, isolated, not concrete.

~2.~ Occult, recondite, subtile, refined, abstracted, ABSTRUSE.

~Abstract~, _n._ Abridgment, epitome, summary, conspectus, compend,
compendium, synopsis, syllabus, outline, digest, brief, breviary, sum
and substance, concise statement.

~Abstracted~, _a._ ~1.~ Subtile, refined, abstract, abstruse.

~2.~ Inattentive, preoccupied, lost, dreaming, musing, absent, absent-
minded, in a revery, in a brown study.

~Abstraction~, _n._ ~1.~ Separation, disconnection, disjunction,
isolation.

~2.~ Preoccupation, inattention, revery, musing, muse, absence,
absence of mind, brown study.

~3.~ Taking, abduction, seizure, appropriation, stealing, purloining,
pilfering.

~Abstruse~, _a._ Recondite, occult, profound, hidden, transcendental,
obscure, difficult, dark, enigmatical, mysterious, mystic, mystical,
high, abstract, abstracted, subtile, refined.

~Absurd~, _a._ Unreasonable, irrational, foolish, nonsensical,
ridiculous, incongruous, senseless, unwise, silly, stupid,
preposterous, PARADOXICAL, ill-judged, ill-advised, contrary to
reason, contrary to the dictates of common sense.

~Absurdity~, _n._ ~1.~ Unreasonableness, irrationality, foolishness,
folly, foolery, extravagance, absurdness.

~2.~ PARADOX, MARE'S NEST, CART BEFORE THE HORSE, absurd thing.

~Absurdness~, _n._ ABSURDITY.

~Absurd story~, Cock-and-bull-story, fiddle-faddle, neither rhyme nor
reason.

~Abundance~, _n._ Flow, overflow, exuberance, luxuriance, fertility,
copiousness, profusion, richness, largeness, ampleness, wealth,
affluence, store, more than enough, great plenty.

~Abundant~, _a._ Abounding, flowing, overflowing, plentiful,
plenteous, copious, much, exuberant, luxuriant, replete, full, large,
ample, good, liberal, bountiful, lavish, rich, teeming, thick.

~Abuse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Misuse, misemploy, misapply, pervert,
prostitute, desecrate, profane, make an ill use of.

~2.~ Maltreat, harm, injure, hurt, ill-treat, ill-use.

~3.~ Revile, reproach, vilify, slander, traduce, defame, asperse,
malign, blacken, disparage, berate, rate, upbraid, calumniate,
lampoon, satirize, lash, PASQUINADE, VITUPERATE, rail at, sneer at,
speak ill of, accuse falsely, damn with faint praise.

~4.~ Violate, outrage, ravish, deflour.

~Abuse~, _n._ ~1.~ Misapplication, misuse, misemployment, profanation,
prostitution, desecration, perversion, ill-use.

~2.~ Maltreatment, outrage, ill-treatment, bad treatment.

~3.~ Corrupt practice.

~4.~ Vituperation, railing, reviling, contumely, obloquy, opprobrium,
insult, scurrility, ribaldry, JAW, foul invective, rude reproach.

~Abusive~, _a._ Reproachful, opprobrious, scurrilous, ribald,
contumelious, vituperative, condemnatory, damnatory, invective,
calumnious, denunciatory, insulting, insolent.

~Abut against~, Meet (_end to end or side to side_), be contiguous.

~Abut upon~, Meet (_end to end or side to side_), be contiguous.

~Abyss~, _n._ ~1.~ Gulf, gorge, great depth, bottomless gulf or pit.

~2.~ Hell, limbo, purgatory.

~Academic~, _a._ ~1.~ Scholastic, literary, lettered.

~Academical~, _a._ ~1.~ Scholastic, literary, lettered.

~2.~ Platonic, of Plato.

~Academy~, _n._ School, seminary, institute, gymnasium, high school,
college.

~Acarpous~, _a._ (_Bot._) Unfruitful, sterile, barren, fruitless,
unproductive.

~Accede~, _v. n._ Consent, agree, assent, acquiesce, comply, yield
assent, give assent.

~Accelerate~, _v. a._ Hasten, expedite, hurry, quicken, speed,
precipitate, despatch, urge forward, push forward, push on, press on,
urge on.

~Acceleration~, _n._ Hastening, increase of velocity.

~Accent~, _n._ ~1.~ Intonation, cadence, tone, modulation of voice.

~2.~ Stress (_on a certain syllable_).

~Accent~, _v. a._ Accentuate, lay stress upon, pronounce with accent.

~Accents~, _n. pl._ Language, words.

~Accentuate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mark with accent, put the mark of accent
upon.

~2.~ Accent, lay stress upon, pronounce with accent.

~Accept~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Take (_what is offered_), RECEIVE.

~2.~ Admit, assent to, agree to, accede to, acquiesce in.

~3.~ Estimate, regard, value.

~Acceptable~, _a._ Welcome, pleasing, pleasant, agreeable, grateful,
gratifying.

~Acceptance~, _n._ ~1.~ Accepting, taking, reception, receipt.

~2.~ Favorable reception.

~3.~ (_Com._) Accepted bill (_of exchange_).

~Acceptation~, _n._ Meaning, signification, significance, sense, import.

~Access~, _n._ ~1.~ Avenue, approach, passage, way, passage-way, way
of approach.

~2.~ Admission, admittance, means of approach, liberty to approach.

~Accessary~, _a._ Assisting, aiding, abetting, helping, accessory.

~Accessary~, _n._ Confederate, accomplice, abettor, accessory,
associate (_in a crime_), PARTICEPS CRIMINIS, SOCIUS CRIMINIS.

~Accession~, _n._ ~1.~ Addition, increase, enlargement, augmentation,
extension.

~2.~ Coming into power (_as a new dynasty_).

~Accessory~, _a._ Assisting, ACCESSARY.

~Accessory~, _n._ ~1.~ Confederate, ACCESSARY.

~2.~ Accompaniment, attendant, concomitant.

~Accidence~, _n._ Grammar, rudiments or elements of grammar.

~Accident~, _n._ ~1.~ Casualty, chance, fortuity, mischance,
misadventure, calamity, mishap, hap, hazard, contingency, CONTRETEMPS,
unforeseen or fortuitous event.

~2.~ Property, quality, modification, affection, mode.

~Accidental~, _a._ ~1.~ Casual, fortuitous, contingent, that happens
by chance, not designed, not planned.

~2.~ Incidental, adventitious, non-essential.

~Accidentalness~, _n._ Contingency, fortuity.

~Accipitres~, _n. pl._ [L.] (_Ornith._) Raptors, RAPTORES, raptorials,
rapacious birds, birds of prey.

~Acclaim~, _n._ [_Poetical._] ACCLAMATION.

~Acclamation~, _n._ Applause, plaudit, shouting, cheer, cry, outcry,
eclat, ACCLAIM, shout of applause.

~Acclimate~, _v. a._ Acclimatize, inure or habituate to a climate.

~Acclimatize~, _v. a._ ACCLIMATE.

~Acclivity~, _n._ Ascent, slope (_upwards_), rising ground.

~Accommodate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Oblige, serve, supply, furnish, do a
service for, supply the wants of, minister to the convenience of.

~2.~ Fit, suit, adapt, make conform, make conformable.

~3.~ Reconcile, adjust, settle, compose.

~Accommodate with~, Furnish, supply, afford, spare, give.

~Accommodation~, _n._ ~1.~ Advantage, privilege, convenience,
EASEMENT, supply of wants, provision of conveniences.

~2.~ Agreement, adaptation, fitness, suitableness, conformity.

~3.~ Reconciliation, adjustment, pacification, settlement.

~Accompaniment~, _n._ Appendage, concomitant, attendant, adjunct,
attachment, appurtenance.

~Accompany~, _v. a._ Attend, escort, convoy, follow, wait on, be
associated with, keep company with, go with, go along with, go hand in
hand with.

~Accomplice~, _n._ Confederate, accessary, abettor, associate (_in a
crime_), PARTICEPS CRIMINIS, SOCIUS CRIMINIS.

~Accomplish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Complete, achieve, effect, execute,
perform, do, consummate, compass, carry, carry in to effect, carry
through, carry out, get through, bring about, work out, turn out, turn
off.

~2.~ Finish, end, conclude, terminate.

~3.~ Fulfil, realize, effectuate, bring to pass.

~4.~ Equip, furnish, supply.

~Accomplished~, _a._ ~1.~ Instructed, educated, practised,
experienced, finished, consummate, ripe, thorough-bred, versed,
qualified, proficient, able, clever, apt, adroit, expert, talented,
skilful.

~2.~ Polished, refined, polite, elegant, fashionable, fine.

~Accomplishment~, _n._ ~1.~ Completion, performance, execution,
achievement, consummation, fulfilment.

~2.~ Acquirement, attainment, proficiency, stock of knowledge, mental
resources.

~Accord~, _v. a._ Grant, concede, vouchsafe, deign.

~Accord~, _v. n._ Harmonize, correspond, agree, tally, quadrate, be in
unison, be harmonious, square.

~Accord~, _n._ Agreement, ACCORDANCE.

~Accordance~, _n._ Accord, concord, agreement, concurrence,
concordance, conformity, conformation, harmony, unison, unanimity.

~Accordant~, _a._ Agreeable, agreeing, suitable, consonant, congruous,
symphonious.

~Accordingly~, _ad._ ~1.~ Agreeably, suitably, conformably.

~2.~ Consequently, as a natural consequence, as proper to the
circumstances or the occasion.

~According to.~ By, in accordance with, conformably to, agreeably to.

~Accost~, _v. a._ Address, salute, greet, speak to, MAKE UP TO.

~Accouchement~, _n._ [Fr.] Child-birth, delivery, parturition, labor,
travail.

~Accoucheur~, _n._ [Fr.] Man midwife, obstetrician.

~Accoucheuse~, _n._ [Fr.] Midwife.

~Account~, _n._ ~1.~ Record, register, inventory, score.

~2.~ Bill, charge, registry of debt and credit.

~3.~ Beckoning, computation, calculation, enumeration, tale, count.

~4.~ Description, statement, narration, recital, rehearsal, relation,
narrative, chronicle, history, delineation, representation, portrayal,
detail, word, tidings, report.

~5.~ Consideration, regard, motive, reason, ground, sake.

~6.~ Consequence, importance, worth, distinction, dignity, repute,
reputation, note.

~7.~ Profit, advantage, benefit.

~Account~, _v. a._ Esteem, regard, deem, think, hold, consider, view,
reckon, rate, estimate, look upon.

~Account~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Render an account, answer in judgment.

~2.~ Explain, give a reason, show the reason, render a reason, assign
the cause, make explanation.

~Accountability~, _n._ Accountableness, responsibility, liability,
obligation, bond of duty.

~Accountable~, _a._ Responsible, answerable, amenable, liable.

~Accountableness~, _n._ ACCOUNTABILITY.

~Accountant~, _n._ Book-keeper, expert in accounts.

~Accoutre~, _v. a._ [Written also _Accouter_.] Dress, equip, furnish,
fit out, arm and equip.

~Accoutrements~, _n. pl._ [Written also _Accouterments_.] Dress,
equipage, equipments, trappings, gear, TOGGERY.

~Accredit~, _v. a._ Credit, give trust or confidence to, give credit
or honor to, receive as an envoy, receive as commissioned, empowered,
or authorized.

~Accretion~, _n._ ~1.~ Growth (_by accession of parts_).

~2.~ (_Med._) Growing together.

~3.~ (_Law._) Gradual accumulation (_of soil, as at the mouth of a
river_).

~Accrue~, _v. n._ Result, proceed, come, arise, issue, follow, flow,
ensue, be added, be derived, be gained, be got, come in.

~Accumbent~, _a._ Leaning, reclining.

~Accumulate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pile, amass, aggregate, collect, collect
together, gather up, pile up, heap up, bring together, heap together,
scrape together.

~2.~ Store, garner, husband, HOARD, treasure up, garner up, lay up,
lay by, lay in, set by.

~Accumulate~, _v. n._ Increase, grow, be accumulated, be heaped up.

~Accumulation~, _n._ Collection, pile, heap, aggregation, mass.

~Accuracy~, _n._ Exactness, exactitude, correctness, precision,
niceness, nicety, truth, accurateness, fidelity.

~Accurate~, _n._ Exact, correct, precise, true, truthful, faithful,
strict, close, rigorous, severe, just, nice, exquisite, unerring.

~Accurateness~, _n._ ACCURACY.

~Accursed~, _a._ ~1.~ Cursed, unsanctified, unholy.

~2.~ Detestable, execrable, hateful, abominable, odious, horrid,
horrible, damnable.

~Accusation~, _n._ Crimination, impeachment, arraignment, indictment,
charge.

~Accuse~, _v. a._ Charge, impeach, arraign, indict, criminate,
inculpate, incriminate, tax, inform against, call to account, take to
task.

~Accuser~, _n._ Informer, informant, plaintiff, prosecutor.

~Accustom~, _v. a._ Habituate, inure, use, harden, familiarize,
ADDICT, train, discipline, drill, break in.

~Accustomed~, _a._ Usual, habitual, wonted, customary, familiar,
common, frequent, regular, ordinary, every day.

~Ace~, _n._ ~1.~ Single point (_in cards or in dice_).

~2.~ Particle, atom, jot, iota, bit, tittle, whit, grain, scrap, mite,
corpuscle, scintilla.

~Acephalous~, _a._ Headless.

~Acerbity~, _n._ ~1.~ Roughness, astringency, sourness, acidity,
acidness, tartness.

~2.~ Acrimony, severity, harshness, sternness, asperity, bitterness,
venom, rancor, crabbedness, churlishness, moroseness, sullenness, ill
temper, bad blood.

~Acetic acid~, VINEGAR.

~Ache~, _n._ Aching, pain, continued pain.

~Ache~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be in pain, feel or suffer pain.

~2.~ Be painful, give pain.

~Achieve~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Accomplish, perform, execute, do, complete,
finish, compass, consummate, effect, realize, bring about, bring to
pass, carry through, carry out, work out, bring to a close, bring to
conclusion.

~2.~ Obtain, acquire, procure, gain, win, get.

~Achievement~, _n._ ~1.~ Performance, accomplishment, completion,
attainment, realization, consummation.

~2.~ Exploit, feat, deed, work.

~3.~ Escutcheon, shield, ensign armorial.

~Aching~, _n._ Pain, ache, continued pain.

~Achromatic~, _a._ Colorless, uncolored, untinged, hueless, free from
color.

~Achromatism~, _n._ Absence of color, want of color.

~Achromatize~, _v. a._ Deprive of color.

~Acicular~, _a._ (_Bot._) Aciculate, aciform, needle-shaped.

~Aciculate~, _a._ (_Bot._) ACICULAR.

~Acid~, _a._ Sour, tart, sharp, pricked.

~Acidity~, _n._ Sourness, tartness, acidness, sharpness.

~Acidness~, _n._ ACIDITY.

~Acidulous~, _a._ Sourish, somewhat acid, slightly acid, subacid,
somewhat sour.

~Aciform~, _a._ (_Bot._) ACICULAR.

~Acinaciform~, _a._ (_Bot._) Cimeter-shaped.

~Acknowledge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Recognize, take cognizance of, be aware
of, hold in remembrance.

~2.~ Admit, grant, concede, allow, accept, indorse, subscribe to,
agree to.

~3.~ Confess, own, avow, profess.

~4.~ Express gratitude for, give thanks for.

~5.~ Own or admit the validity of.

~Acknowledgment~, _n._ ~1.~ Recognition, recognizance.

~2.~ Admission, avowal, concession, allowance, acceptance, indorsement.

~3.~ Expression of thanks or gratitude.

~Acme~, _n._ Summit, top, apex, zenith, pinnacle, utmost height,
highest point, culminating point, climax.

~Aconite~, _n._ wolfsbane, monks-hood.

~Acquaint~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Familiarize, make familiar.

~2.~ Inform, apprise, tell, notify, make aware, make known to, mention
to, communicate to, signify to, give notice to, send word to, write
word to.

~Acquaintance~, _n._ ~1.~ Familiarity, familiar knowledge.

~2.~ Friend (_with whom one is not intimate_).

~Acquainted with~, ~1.~ Familiar with, versed in, AU FAIT at.

~2.~ A friend of (_without being intimate with_).

~Acquiesce~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Yield, comply, submit, bow, rest, resign
one's self, be reconciled, be resigned, be satisfied, rest satisfied.

~2.~ Assent, consent, agree, accede, concur, yield assent, give
consent, fall in, go with the stream, go with the current.

~Acquiescence~, _n._ ~1.~ Compliance, submission, resignation.

~2.~ Assent, consent, agreement, concurrence.

~Acquiescent~, _a._ Complying, yielding, submitting.

~Acquire~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Gain, obtain, achieve, attain, procure, earn,
win, get, secure, have, make, PURCHASE, get possession of, get into
one's hands.

~2.~ Master, learn thoroughly, make one's self master of.

~Acquirement~, _n._ ~1.~ Acquiring, gathering, gaining, mastery.

~2.~ Accomplishment, attainment, acquisition, stock of knowledge,
mental resources.

~Acquisition~, _n._ ACQUIREMENT.

~Acquisitive~, _n._ Acquiring, disposed to acquire.

~Acquisitiveness~, _n._ Love of acquiring, desire to acquire.

~Acquit~, _v. a._ Discharge (_from an accusation_), clear, release,
absolve, exonerate, exculpate, excuse, pardon, forgive, quit, set free.

~Acquit one's self~, Act, behave, conduct one's self, bear one's self,
demean one's self.

~Acquittal~, _n._ Discharge, release, deliverance, liberation,
exoneration, clearance, absolution, acquittance.

~Acquittance~, _n._ ~1.~ Discharge, ACQUITTAL.

~2.~ Receipt, receipt in full.

~Acrid~, _a._ ~1.~ Sharp, biting, pungent, hot, burning, poignant,
caustic, corrosive.

~2.~ Severe, harsh, ACRIMONIOUS.

~Acridity~, _n._ ACRIDNESS.

~Acridness~, _n._ ~1.~ Sharpness, pungency, poignancy, acridity.

~2.~ Severity, harshness, hardness.

~Acrimonious~, _a._ [_Rare._] ~1.~ Corrosive, caustic, sharp.

~2.~ Severe, harsh, hard, acrid, sarcastic, bitter, virulent,
malignant, censorious, crabbed, snarling, snappish, testy, pettish,
petulant, cross, sour, tart, splenetic, peevish, ill-tempered, ill-
natured.

~Acrimony~, _n._ ~1.~ Sharpness, corrosiveness, causticity.

~2.~ Severity, harshness, sourness, tartness, asperity, virulence,
bitterness, acerbity, rancor, venom, crabbedness, moroseness,
churlishness, ill-temper, bad blood.

~Acroamatic~, _a._ Esoteric, esoterical, secret, private, acroatic.

~Acroamatical~, _a._ Esoteric, esoterical, secret, private, acroatic.

~Acroatic~, _a._ Esoteric, ACROAMATIC.

~Acrobat~, _n._ Rope-dancer.

~Acrospire~, _n._ Shoot, sprout, plumule.

~Across~, _prep._ Athwart, over, from one side of to the other.

~Act~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Work, move, carry any thing into effect, execute a
purpose, be in action.

~2.~ Behave, conduct one's self, demean one's self, acquit one's self.

~3.~ Operate, have influence.

~Act~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Do, perform, execute, carry into execution.

~2.~ Personate, play, simulate, enact, play the part of, take the part
of.

~Act~, _n._ ~1.~ Deed (_viewed as a single exertion of power_),
ACTION, performance, proceeding, thing, exploit, feat, achievement,
turn.

~2.~ Statute, enactment, ordinance, edict, decree, law, bill.

~3.~ Fact, reality, actuality, real existence.

~Acting~, _n._ ~1.~ Deed, performance, ACTION.

~2.~ Personation, representation, simulation.

~Action~, _n._ ~1.~ Activity, exercise, motion, movement, play.

~2.~ Deed (_viewed as requiring a continued exertion of power_),
performance, exploit, achievement, procedure, proceeding, acting,
turn, ACT.

~3.~ Agency, operation, force, influence, instrumentality, process.

~4.~ Battle, engagement, conflict, contest, combat, rencontre,
encounter, skirmish, brush, affair.

~5.~ Gesticulation, gesture.

~6.~ Subject, fable, plot, series of events.

~7.~ (_Law._) Suit, process, case, prosecution.

~Actinolite~, _n._ Strahlstein, ray-stone.

~Active~, _a._ ~1.~ Practical, operative, living, vigorous, in action,
in operation.

~2.~ Busy, diligent, assiduous, industrious, indefatigable,
unremitting, laborious, sedulous, notable, at work, hard at work,
diligently employed, busily engaged.

~3.~ Alert, nimble, agile, supple, brisk, dapper, stirring, SPRY,
smart, quick, prompt, ready, lively, sprightly, spirited.

~4.~ Enterprising, energetic, strong, efficient, in earnest.

~5.~ Drastic (_as medicine_), powerful, efficacious.

~6.~ (_Gram._) Transitive.

~Activity~, _n._ ~1.~ Action, exercise.

~2.~ Alertness, agility, nimbleness, smartness, briskness,
sprightliness, spryness.

~3.~ Intensity, energy, strength, force, power, vigor.

~4.~ Enterprise, efficiency.

~Actor~, _n._ ~1.~ Doer, operator, agent.

~2.~ Player, performer, comedian, tragedian, stage-player.

~Actual~, _a._ ~1.~ Real, veritable, true, substantial, determinate,
decided, categorical, positive, absolute, certain, genuine, very, not
ideal, not imagined, not imaginary, not supposed or fancied, not
fictitious, that exists in fact, DE FACTO, BONA FIDE.

~2.~ Present, now existing, now in being.

~Actually~, _ad._ Really, truly, absolutely, positively, verily,
indeed, in fact, in reality, as a matter of fact, in truth.

~Actuate~, _v. a._ Induce, impel, move, prompt, instigate, persuade,
incite, act upon, prevail upon, work upon.

~Act upon~, ~1.~ Influence, effect, have influence upon.

~2.~ Induce, ACTUATE.

~Act up to.~ Abide by, conform to, persist in.

~Acumen~, _n._ Acuteness, shrewdness, sagacity, astuteness, sharpness,
ingenuity, perspicacity, discernment, penetration, mother-wit, quick
parts.

~Acuminate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Sharp, acute, pointed, cuspidate, cuspidated.

~Acuminated~, _a._ (_Bot._) Sharp, acute, pointed, cuspidate,
cuspidated.

~Acute~, _a._ ~1.~ Sharp, pointed, ACUMINATED, CUSPIDATED.

~2.~ Keen, shrewd, discerning, knowing, quick, sharp, smart, bright,
sage, sapient, sagacious, intelligent, astute, ingenious, subtle,
penetrating, piercing, clear-sighted, sharp-witted, long-headed, UP TO
SNUFF.

~3.~ Severe, violent, intense, poignant, exquisite, pungent.

~4.~ High, shrill, high-toned.

~Acuteness~, _n._ ~1.~ Sharpness.

~2.~ Acumen, shrewdness, penetration, sagacity, sagaciousness,
astuteness, sharpness, brightness, perspicacity, discernment,
ingenuity, mother-wit, quick parts.

~3.~ Severity, intensity, poignancy, violence.

~4.~ Highness, shrillness.

~Adage~, _n._ Proverb, saying, saw, dictum, aphorism, apothegm, maxim,
by-word, sententious precept.

~Adamant~, _n._ Diamond, crystallized carbon.

~Adamantean~, _a._ Adamantine, hard as adamant, very hard.

~Adamantine~, _a._ ~1.~ Made of adamant.

~2.~ Adamantean, very hard, hard as adamant.

~Adam's-needle~, _n._ Yucca, bear-grass, Spanish bayonet.

~Adapt~, _v. a._ Adjust, accommodate, suit, proportion, qualify,
prepare, fit, temper, fashion, match, make, conform, make conformable
or suitable.

~Adaptability~, _n._ Adaptableness, suitableness, ADAPTATION.

~Adaptation~, _n._ Fitness, suitableness, appropriateness, aptness,
adaptability, accommodation, harmony.

~Add~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Join, subjoin, annex, affix, append, superadd,
tag, tack.

~2.~ Sum, sum up, cast up, add together.

~Add to.~ Increase, augment, make greater.

~Addendum~, _n._ Addition, appendix, appendage, adjunct, appurtenance,
attachment.

~Addict~, _v. a._ Accustom (_commonly in a bad sense_), habituate,
dedicate, devote, apply (_habitually_), give, give up.

~Addiction~, _n._ [_Rare._] Addictedness.

~Addition~, _n._ ~1.~ Adding.

~2.~ Accession, increase, augmentation, enlargement, extension.

~3.~ Appendage, adjunct, appendix, addendum.

~Additional~, _a._ Superadded, adscititious, supplemental,
supplementary, extra, more.

~Additive~, _a._ To be added.

~Addle~, _a._ ~1.~ Putrid, corrupt, spoiled (_as eggs_).

~2.~ Barren, unfruitful, fruitless, abortive, unproductive,
unprolific, unfertile, sterile, infecund, addled.

~Addled~, _a._ ADDLE.

~Addle-head~, _n._ Simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~Addle-headed~, _a._ Foolish, stupid, dull, doltish, brainless,
shallow, soft, sappy, witless, blockish, weak-headed, weak-minded,
feeble-minded, half-witted, short-witted, shallow-brained, dull-
witted, thick-skulled, addle-pated.

~Addle-pated~, _a._ ADDLE-HEADED.

~Address~, _n._ ~1.~ Appeal, invocation, petition, entreaty, request,
imploration, application, solicitation, suit.

~2.~ Discourse, speech, oration, harangue.

~3.~ Skill, art, adroitness, readiness, dexterity, expertness,
cleverness, ingenuity, ability, tact, GUMPTION.

~4.~ Superscription, direction.

~5.~ Manner (_in speaking to another_).

~Addresses~, _n. pl._ Courtship, suit.

~Address one's self to~, Direct one's speech or discourse to, speak to.

~Adduce~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Advance, ofter, present, allege, assign, give,
bring forward.

~2.~ Name, cite, quote, introduce.

~Adept~, _n._ Master, proficient, genius, doctor, veteran, expert,
dab, DABSTER, good hand, master hand, capital hand, nice hand.

~Adept~, _a._ Skilled, versed, experienced, practised, proficient,
good, at home, AU FAIT.

~Adequacy~, _n._ Sufficiency, competence, competency, enough,
adequateness.

~Adequate~, _a._ Sufficient, commensurate, proportionate,
correspondent, equal, suitable, fit, competent, adapted.

~Adequateness~, _n._ ADEQUACY.

~Adhere~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Stick, cling, cleave, hold, cohere, take hold,
be firmly fixed.

~2.~ Be faithful, be devoted, be attached, stand by, be true.

~Adherence~, _n._ ~1.~ Tenacity, fixedness.

~2.~ Attachment, constancy, fidelity, devotion, adhesion.

~Adherent~, _a._ Adhering, sticking, clinging.

~Adherent~, _n._ Follower, partisan, disciple, sectary, retainer,
votary, supporter, dependant, vassal.

~Adhesion~, _n._ ~1.~ Adhering, sticking, clinging, tendency to adhere.

~2.~ Attachment, ADHERENCE.

~Adhesive~, _a._ ~1.~ Sticking, clinging, tending to adhere.

~2.~ Sticky, tenacious, tough, viscous, glutinous, smeary, dauby,
stringy, ropy, gummy, clammy.

~Adieu~, _ad._ Farewell, good-by, fare-you-well, God bless you.

~Adieu~, _n._ Farewell, valediction, leave-taking.

~Adipose~, _a._ Fat, fatty, unctuous, oily, sebaceous, greasy.

~Adjacence~, _n._ Nearness, vicinity, vicinage, neighborhood,
proximity, contiguity.

~Adjacency~, _n._ Nearness, vicinity, vicinage, neighborhood,
proximity, contiguity.

~Adjacent~, _a._ Adjoining, conterminous, neighboring, near, close,
bordering, contiguous, in proximity.

~Adjective~, _n._ [_Technical term of the grammarian._] EPITHET,
qualifying word or term.

~Adjoin~, _v. a._ Be contiguous to, lie near to, lie close to, border
upon, be adjacent to.

~Adjoin~, _v. n._ [_Rare._] Border, lie near, lie close, be
contiguous, be adjacent.

~Adjourn~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Postpone, defer, delay, procrastinate, put off.

~2.~ Prorogue.

~Adjournment~, _n._ ~1.~ Postponement, delay, putting off.

~2.~ Prorogation.

~Adjudge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Award (_judicially_).

~2.~ Determine, settle, decide, decree (_by judicial authority_),
adjudicate.

~Adjudicate~, _v. a._ Determine, ADJUDGE.

~Adjudicate~, _v. n._ Judge, decide, determine, arbitrate, give
judgment, pass judgment.

~Adjudication~, _n._ Sentence, decision, determination, decree, award,
arbitrament.

~Adjunct~, _n._ Addition, appendage, appurtenance, dependency,
attachment, addendum, something added.

~Adjuration~, _n._ Entreaty (_as if to one bound by oath_), solemn
charge.

~Adjure~, _v. a._ Entreat (_as if under oath_), conjure, obtest,
beseech, pray, supplicate, beg, conjure, implore, invoke, enjoin
solemnly.

~Adjust~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Arrange, dispose, rectify, trim, put or set in
order, put or set to rights, put in tune, put in good trim.

~2.~ Regulate, set.

~3.~ Settle, compose, reconcile, make up.

~4.~ Fit, adapt, suit, proportion, accommodate, measure, make conform,
make conformable.

~Adjustment~, _n._ ~1.~ Arrangement, adjusting, putting in order,
putting in good trim, setting to rights.

~2.~ Regulation, setting, putting right.

~3.~ Settlement, reconciliation, pacification.

~4.~ Fitting, adapting, accommodation, making suitable or conformable.

~Adjutant~, _n._ (_Mil._) Assistant (_of a superior officer_).

~Admeasurement~, _n._ Measurement.

~Administer~, _v. a_. ~1.~ Dispense, give, distribute, supply,
contribute, deal out, give out.

~2.~ Direct, manage, conduct, control, superintend, preside over.

~3.~ Tender, offer, proffer.

~Administer~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Contribute, conduce, be helpful.

~2.~ (_Law_.) Act as administrator.

~Administration~, _n._ ~1.~ Dispensation, distribution.

~2.~ Management, conduct, direction, control, superintendence.

~3.~ Executive department (_of a government_), President (_or other
chief magistrate_) and cabinet.

~4.~ (_Law._) Management of an estate (_of an intestate_).

~Admirable~, _a._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Wonderful, surprising, striking,
astonishing.

~2.~ Excellent, incomparable, inimitable, fine, rare, transcendent,
matchless, perfect, first-rate, worthy of admiration.

~Admiration~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Wonder, surprise, astonishment,
amazement.

~2.~ Liking, love, high regard, high opinion.

~Admire~, _v. a._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Wonder at, be surprised at, be
astonished or amazed at.

~2.~ Like much, think highly of, have a high opinion of, prize or
value highly.

~Admire~, _v. n._ [_Rare._] Wonder, marvel, be surprised or astonished.

~Admirer~, _n._ Lover, gallant, suitor, sweetheart, beau, CICISBEO.

~Admissible~, _a._ Permissible, allowable, lawful, proper,
justifiable, warrantable.

~Admission~, _n._ ~1.~ Admittance, introduction, access, entrance,
initiation, ENTRÉE.

~2.~ Allowance, avowal, concession, acknowledgment, assent.

~Admit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Receive, grant entrance to, let in, take in,
open the door to.

~2.~ Concede, accept, grant, acknowledge, own, confess, take for
granted, agree to, accede to, acquiesce in.

~3.~ Permit, allow, bear, admit of, be capable of.

~Admit of~, Admit, permit, allow, bear, be capable of.

~Admittance~, _n._ ~1.~ Admission, introduction, ENTRÉE.

~2.~ Access, means of approach, liberty to approach.

~Admixture~, _n._ ~1.~ Mixture.

~2.~ Spice, dash, infusion, sprinkling, touch, seasoning, smack,
taste, tincture, tinge.

~Admonish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Reprove (_gently_), censure, warn of a fault.

~2.~ Advise, counsel, caution, forewarn, enjoin.

~3.~ Instruct, inform, teach, apprise, acquaint, notify, make
acquainted, make aware.

~Admonition~, _n._ ~1.~ Hint of a fault, gentle reproof.

~2.~ Advice, counsel, caution, warning, monition.

~Admonitory~, _a._ Admonishing, monitory.

~Ado~, _n._ ~1.~ Trouble, difficulty, labor, pains.

~2.~ Bustle, stir, flurry, fuss, noise, tumult, turmoil, pother,
confusion, commotion, TO-DO.

~Adolescence~, _n._ Youth, juvenility, minority, juniority, nonage,
teens, prime of life, flower of life, bloom of life.

~Adolescent~, _a._ Youthful, juvenile, young.

~Adopt~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Appropriate, take to one's self, take or select
as one's own.

~2.~ Approve, espouse, support, maintain.

~3.~ Affiliate, father, treat as one's own child.

~Adoption~, _n._ ~1.~ Appropriation.

~2.~ Approval, espousal, support, maintenance.

~3.~ Affiliation, adopting, fathering.

~Adorable~, _a._ ~1.~ Divine, to be adored, worthy of adoration.

~2.~ Estimable, venerable, worthy of love or honor.

~Adoration~, _n._ ~1.~ Worship, devotion.

~2.~ Homage, reverence, veneration.

~Adore~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Worship.

~2.~ Revere, venerate, idolize, honor, pay homage to.

~Adorer~, _n._ ~1.~ Worshipper.

~2.~ Idolater, great admirer.

~Adorn~, _v. a._ Embellish, decorate, beautify, ornament, deck,
bedeck, emblazon, gild, trim, grace, crown, varnish, array, set out,
set off, TRICK OUT.

~Adroit~, _a._ Dexterous, expert, skilful, apt, handy, ready, quick,
clever, able, masterly.

~Adscititious~, _a._ Additional, supplemental, supplementary,
superadded.

~Adulation~, _n._ Flattery, flummery, excessive praise, extravagant
compliment.

~Adulatory~, _a._ Flattering, smooth, oily, full of compliments,
servile in compliment.

~Adult~, _a._ Mature, grown up, full grown, of age, of mature age.

~Adult~, _n._ Person of mature age, grown up person.

~Adulterate~, _v. a._ Debase, corrupt, vitiate, sophisticate, alloy,
dash, deteriorate, make impure.

~Adulteration~, _n._ Debasement, corruption, deterioration,
sophistication.

~Adulterous~, _a._ Unchaste, rakish, dissolute.

~Adultery~, _n._ Violation of the marriage-bed.

~Adumbrate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Shadow, foreshadow, shadow out, shadow forth.

~2.~ Typify, represent, symbolize, show, denote, stand for.

~Adumbration~, _n._ ~1.~ Shadowing forth, faint sketch, faint
representation, indistinct image.

~2.~ Type, image, shadow, symbol.

~Aduncous~, _a._ Crooked, hooked, bent, curved.

~Advance~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Promote, aggrandize, exalt, elevate, dignify,
raise to preferment, raise to higher rank.

~2.~ Forward, further, promote, improve, strengthen, make better,
encourage the progress of.

~3.~ Allege, adduce, propose, offer, assign, propound, bring forward,
lay down.

~4.~ Pay beforehand, supply beforehand, furnish on credit.

~5.~ Increase (_as price_), enhance, augment, make greater, make higher.

~Advance~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Proceed, progress, make progress, make way,
get forward, go forward, get on, go on, get along, come on, gain ground.

~2.~ Improve, grow, thrive, make improvement.

~Advance~, _n._ ~1.~ Progress, progression, march, way, moving forward.

~2.~ Improvement, growth, advancement.

~3.~ Payment beforehand, anticipated payment.

~4.~ Tender, offer, proposal, proposition.

~5.~ Increase (_of price_), enhancement.

~Advance-guard~, _n._ Vanguard.

~Advancement~, _n._ ~1.~ Progress, progression, proficiency.

~2.~ Promotion, preferment, elevation, exaltation, aggrandizement.

~3.~ Improvement, advance, growth.

~Advantage~, _n._ ~1.~ Favorable opportunity, vantage-ground, superior
situation or condition, best estate, best plight.

~2.~ Superiority, ascendency, pre-eminence, upper-hand.

~3.~ Benefit, avail, profit, gain, emolument, return, utility,
expediency, good, weal, service, blessing.

~4.~ Behalf, behoof, account, interest.

~5.~ Privilege, prerogative, convenience, accommodation, EASEMENT.

~Advantage~, _v. a._ Benefit, profit, serve, help, avail, advance the
interest of, be of advantage to.

~Advantageous~, _a._ Beneficial, profitable, helpful, useful,
convenient, serviceable, salutary, favorable, expedient, good, well,
for one's advantage, for one's interest, for one's good.

~Advent~, _n._ ~1.~ Arrival, coming, approach.

~2.~ Coming of Christ.

~Adventitious~, _a._ Accidental, incidental, extrinsic, extraneous,
foreign, non-essential.

~Adventure~, _n._ ~1.~ Chance, hazard, fortuity, contingency, risk,
venture, stake.

~2.~ Hazardous enterprise, bold undertaking.

~3.~ Event, incident, occurrence, transaction, passage, contingency.

~4.~ (_Com._) Speculation.

~Adventure~, _v. a._ Hazard, venture, risk, peril, imperil, put to
hazard, put at risk, put in danger.

~Adventure~, _v. n._ Dare, venture, take the risk, run the risk, incur
the hazard.

~Adventurous~, _a._ ~1.~ Bold, daring, courageous, venturesome,
venturous, chivalrous, doughty, enterprising.

~2.~ Rash, reckless, precipitate, headlong, foolhardy, full of hazard.

~Adversaria~, _n. pl._ Notes, memoranda, remarks, note-book, journal,
commonplace-book.

~Adversary~, _n._ ~1.~ Enemy, foe, antagonist, opponent, adverse party.

~2.~ [With _The_ prefixed.] DEVIL, Satan.

~Adverse~, _a._ ~1.~ Contrary, opposing, unpropitious, counteracting,
conflicting, HEAD, not propitious.

~2.~ Hostile, inimical, antagonistic.

~3.~ Unprosperous, untoward, unlucky, unfortunate, calamitous,
disastrous.

~Adversity~, _n._ Misfortune, calamity, affliction, trouble,
suffering, woe, disaster, distress, misery, ill-luck, bad luck, broken
fortunes, hard life, frowns of fortune.

~Advert to~, ~1.~ Observe, remark, regard, heed, consider, notice,
mark, view, give heed to, take notice of, pay attention to, attend to,
look to, see to, give heed to, have an eye to, give a thought to, look
after.

~2.~ Refer to, allude to.

~Advertence~, _n._ Attention, heed, regard, observance, observation,
notice, consideration, heedfulness, mindfulness.

~Advertency~, _n._ Attention, heed, regard, observance, observation,
notice, consideration, heedfulness, mindfulness.

~Advertise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Announce, publish, declare, promulgate,
trumpet, proclaim, make known, spread abroad, noise abroad, give
notice of, lay before the public, bring to the notice of the public,
make proclamation of.

~2.~ Offer for sale.

~Advertisement~, _n._ Announcement, notification, information, notice,
proclamation, promulgation, trumpeting.

~Advice~, _n._ ~1.~ Counsel, suggestion, instruction, recommendation,
admonition, warning, caution, exhortation.

~2.~ Intelligence, information, notice, notification, tidings, word.

~Advisability~, _n._ Expediency, advisableness.

~Advisable~, _a._ Expedient, proper, fit, prudent, desirable, fit to
be advised.

~Advise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Counsel, admonish, suggest, recommend to, give
counsel to, give advice to.

~2.~ Inform, acquaint, apprise, make known to, give notice to, send
word to, write word to.

~Advise~, _v. n._ Confer, consult, deliberate, take counsel, hold a
conference.

~Advisedly~, _ad._ Deliberately, heedfully, purposely, by design, with
consideration.

~Advisement~, _n._ Consultation, deliberation.

~Adviser~, _n._ Counsellor, instructor, guide, director, mentor,
monitor.

~Advocacy~, _n._ Defence, vindication, support, countenance.

~Advocate~, _v. a._ Defend, support, vindicate, justify, countenance,
uphold, favor, plead in favor of, stand up for.

~Advocate~, _n._ ~1.~ Counsellor, counsel, barrister, lawyer,
attorney, solicitor, attorney-at-law, limb of the law.

~2.~ Defender, vindicator, supporter, favorer, apologist, friend,
patron.

~3.~ Intercessor, comforter, paraclete, Holy Spirit, Spirit of Truth.

~4.~ [With _The_ prefixed.] Christ.

~Ægis~, _n._ ~1.~ Shield, buckler.

~2.~ Defence, protection, safeguard.

~Aerial~, _a._ ~1.~ Atmospheric.

~2.~ Aeriform, gaseous, vaporous, ethereal, airy, empyreal, light.

~3.~ High, lofty.

~Aerie~, _n._ ~1.~ Nest (_of a bird of prey_).

~2.~ Brood (_of birds of prey_).

~Aeriform~, _a._ Gaseous, ethereal, vaporous, airy, aerial.

~Aerolite~, _n._ Meteoric stone.

~Aeronaut~, _n._ Balloonist, aerial navigator.

~Aeronautics~, _n._ Aerostation, ballooning.

~Aerostation~, _n._ AERONAUTICS.

~Æsthetics~, _n._ [Sometimes written _Esthetics_.] Philosophy of the
fine arts, theory or philosophy of taste, science of the beautiful.

~Afar~, _ad._ Far off, long way off, afar off, wide away, a great way
off, at a distance, to or from a distance.

~Affability~, _n._ ~1.~ Sociability, sociableness.

~2.~ Courtesy, courteousness, complaisance, condescension, civility,
politeness, urbanity, comity, amenity, suavity, amiability, good
manners, good breeding, obliging manner.

~Affable~, _a._ ~1.~ Conversable, communicative, free, unreserved,
open, sociable, social.

~2.~ Courteous, complaisant, civil, polite, obliging, urbane,
debonair, familiar, easy, gracious, mild, condescending, well-bred.

~Affair~, _n._ ~1.~ Business, concern, matter, circumstance, question,
subject.

~2.~ Event, occurrence, incident, transaction, proceeding, performance.

~3.~ Battle, engagement, combat, conflict, contest, encounter,
rencontre, collision, skirmish, brush.

~Affair of honor~, Duel.

~Affect~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Influence, act upon, work upon.

~2.~ Concern, interest, regard, relate to, bear upon.

~3.~ Touch, move, impress, melt, subdue, overcome, pierce.

~4.~ Crave, yearn for, aspire to, aim at.

~5.~ Assume, feign, arrogate, put on, make a show of, pretend to.

~Affectation~, _n._ Pretension, airs, affectedness, mannerism, assumed
manners, affected manner.

~Affected~, _a._ ~1.~ Assumed, feigned, unnatural, artificial,
insincere, canting.

~2.~ Assuming, pretending, pretentious, conceited, vain, coxcomical,
priggish.

~Affectedness~, _n._ AFFECTATION.

~Affecting~, _a._ Moving, touching, pathetic, impressive.

~Affection~, _n._ ~1.~ Feeling, passion, inclination, propensity,
bent, bias, turn of mind, cast or frame of mind.

~2.~ Attribute, quality, property, accident, modification, mode.

~3.~ Love, heart, attachment, kindness, partiality, fondness, liking,
tenderness, endearment, regard, good-will, tender passion.

~4.~ (_Med._) Disorder, malady, disease.

~Affectionate~, _a._ Loving, fond, attached, devoted, warm, tender,
kind, sympathetic, tender-hearted, warm-hearted.

~Affiance~, _v. a._ Betroth, engage.

~Affidavit~, _n._ Testimony (_in writing, signed and sworn to before a
magistrate, but given without cross-examination_), evidence, DEPOSITION.

~Affiliate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Adopt, treat as one's own child.

~2.~ Connect, associate, unite, join, bring into close relation.

~Affinity~, _n._ ~1.~ Relationship (_by marriage_), KIN,
CONSANGUINITY, propinquity.

~2.~ Resemblance, likeness, relation, correlation, analogy,
connection, similarity, similitude, parallelism, correspondence,
parity, sympathy.

~3.~ (_Chem._) Attraction.

~Affirm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Declare, aver, assert, maintain, asseverate,
avouch, vouch, allege, say, profess, protest, pronounce, predicate.

~2.~ Confirm, ratify, approve, establish.

~Affirm~, _v. n._ Assert, declare, aver, say, state, SWEAR, testify,
depose, bear witness.

~Affirmable~, _a._ Predicable.

~Affirmation~, _n._ Assertion, declaration, asseveration, word,
averment, protestation, avowal, predication, testimony, deposition.

~Affirmative~, _a._ ~1.~ That affirms.

~2.~ INDICATIVE.

~3.~ (_Alg._) Positive, not negative.

~Affix~, _v. a._ Join, subjoin, annex, attach, connect, set to, unite
to the end.

~Affix~, _n._ Postfix, suffix.

~Afflatus~, _n._ Inspiration, supernatural influence.

~Afflict~, _v. a._ Grieve, distress, trouble, torment, agonize,
plague, pain, hurt, harass, wound, exercise, grind, persecute, smite,
make sorrowful.

~Afflicting~, _a._ Grievous, painful, distressing, calamitous,
disastrous, afflictive, sad, unhappy, unfortunate, unlucky, wretched,
dire, deplorable, sore, woful, severe, hard, trying, hard to bear.

~Affliction~, _n._ ~1.~ Calamity, adversity, misfortune, disaster,
visitation, stroke, reverse, reverse of fortune.

~2.~ Grief, sorrow, distress, woe, tribulation, trial, plague,
scourge, trouble, heartache, bitterness, misery, wretchedness, gripe,
griping, broken heart, heavy heart.

~Afflictive~, _a._ AFFLICTING.

~Affluence~, _n._ Wealth, riches, opulence, fortune, plenty,
abundance, exuberance, ample store, ample means.

~Affluent~, _a._ ~1.~ Abundant, exuberant.

~2.~ Opulent, wealthy, rich, moneyed.

~Afford~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Supply, furnish, yield, produce.

~2.~ Confer, impart, grant, bestow, offer, lend, give, communicate,
spare.

~3.~ Bear the cost or expense of.

~Affray~, _n._ Brawl (_in a public place_), quarrel, feud, squabble,
wrangle, contest, altercation, strife, row, fray, broil, fight, MÉLÉE,
tumult, disturbance, outbreak, RUMPUS, breach of the peace.

~Affright~, _v. a._ Frighten, terrify, alarm, scare, daunt, appall,
dismay, fright, intimidate, startle, overawe, put in fear.

~Affright~, _n._ Terror, fear, fright, alarm, dismay, consternation,
panic.

~Affront~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Insult, abuse, outrage.

~2.~ Offend, displease, irritate, provoke, chafe, fret, vex, annoy,
pique, nettle, anger, gall, MIFF, give offence to, make angry.

~Affront~, _n._ ~1.~ Insult, abuse, contumely, indignity, outrage,
injury, wrong, ill-treatment, ill-turn.

~2.~ Provocation, offence.

~Affusion~, _n._ Sprinkling.

~Afoot~, _ad._ ~1.~ On foot.

~2.~ Preparing, forthcoming, in preparation, in course of preparation,
on the carpet, ON THE TAPIS, on the anvil.

~Aforementioned~, _a._ AFORESAID.

~Aforesaid~, _a._ Said before, aforementioned, before-mentioned, fore-
named, above-mentioned, above-named.

~Aforethought~, _a._ Premeditated, prepense.

~A fortiori~, [L.] With stronger reason, for a still stronger reason.

~Afraid~, _a._ Fearful, haunted with fear.

~Afresh~, _ad._ Anew, newly, again, over again, DE NOVO.

~Aft~, _ad._ (_Naut._) Abaft, astern, behind, back, rearward, in the
rear.

~After~, _prep._ ~1.~ Subsequent to, later than.

~2.~ Following, behind.

~3.~ About, in relation to.

~4.~ In imitation of.

~After~, _ad._ Afterward.

~After~, _a._ ~1.~ Succeeding, subsequent, following, later.

~2.~ Hind, hinder, posterior, rear, back.

~After-ages~, Posterity, descendants, succeeding times, succeeding
generations.

~After all~, Eventually, ultimately, upon the whole, when all has been
considered, at last, in the end.

~After-birth~, _n._ Secundines, placenta.

~After-math~, _n._ Rowen, eddish.

~Aftermost~, _a._ Hindmost.

~Afterpiece~, _n._ Farce, low comedy.

~After-thought~, _n._ After-wit.

~Afterward~, _ad._ Subsequently, after, later, thereafter, in the
sequel.

~Afterwards~, _ad._ Subsequently, after, later, thereafter, in the
sequel.

~After-wit~, _n._ After-thought.

~Again~, _ad._ Afresh, anew, once more, another time, DE NOVO.

~Again and again~, Repeatedly, often, frequently, over and over, with
frequent repetitions.

~Against~, _prep._ ~1.~ Opposed to, in opposition to, contrary to,
adverse to.

~2.~ Facing, fronting, off, opposite to, over against.

~3.~ In provision for, in expectation of, in preparation for, in
anticipation of.

~Against the grain~, ~1.~ Against the fibres (_of wood_).

~2.~ Against the natural disposition, against one's inclination.

~Agalloch~, _n._ Lign-aloes, aloes wood.

~Agallochum~, _n._ Lign-aloes, aloes wood.

~Agapæ~, _n. pl._ [L.] Love-feasts.

~Agape~, _ad._ Wondering, gazing eagerly, staring with open mouth.

~Agaric~, _n._ ~1.~ Mushroom.

~2.~ Touchwood, spunk, punk.

~Age~, _n._ ~1.~ Duration of existence.

~2.~ Period, date, epoch, time.

~3.~ Century, a hundred years.

~4.~ Old age, decline of life, vale of years.

~5.~ Maturity, mature years, years of discretion.

~Aged~, _a._ ~1.~ Old, elderly, stricken in years, advanced in life,
with one foot in the grave.

~2.~ Having lived, of the age of.

~Agency~, _n._ ~1.~ Intervention, instrumentality, mediation, action,
operation, force, influence, procurement.

~2.~ Charge, direction, management, superintendence, supervision.

~Agent~, _n._ ~1.~ Actor, doer, operator, performer, executor.

~2.~ Deputy, attorney, factor, representative, substitute, proxy, go-
between, procurator, middleman, commissioner, vicegerent.

~3.~ Hand, employé.

~Agglomerate~, _v. a._ Gather in a ball or mass, gather together, lump
together, heap up, pile up.

~Agglomeration~, _n._ Conglomeration, accumulation, lump, heap, pile,
mass, aggregation.

~Agglutinate~, _v. a._ Unite, glue, cement, conglutinate.

~Agglutination~, _n._ Cohesion, union, sticking together.

~Aggrandize~, _v. a._ Exalt, dignify, honor, elevate, promote, make
great, raise to higher rank.

~Aggrandizement~, _n._ Exaltation, elevation, promotion, advancement,
preferment.

~Aggravate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Heighten (_in evil_), increase, make worse.

~2.~ Exaggerate, overstate, magnify.

~3.~ [_Of questionable propriety._] Provoke, irritate, exasperate,
enrage.

~Aggravation~, _n._ ~1.~ A heightening (_of something evil_).

~2.~ Exaggeration.

~3.~ [_Of questionable propriety._] Provocation, irritation.

~Aggregate~, _v. a._ Amass, collect, accumulate, pile, bring together,
gather up, pile up, heap up, scrape together, keep together.

~Aggregate~, _a._ Collected.

~Aggregate~, _n._ Whole, total, totality, gross, lump, sum, amount,
body, mass, gross amount, sum total.

~Aggregation~, _n._ Collection, mass, pile, heap, accumulation.

~Aggress~, _v. n._ Make the first attack, be the first to attack, be
the aggressor.

~Aggression~, _n._ Attack, assault, invasion, hostile encroachment.

~Aggressive~, _a._ Attacking, assaulting, assailing, assailant,
invading, offensive.

~Aggressor~, _n._ Assailant, assaulter, attacker, assailer, invader.

~Aggrieve~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pain, grieve, afflict, wound the feelings of.

~2.~ Wrong, injure, oppress, maltreat, abuse, bear hard upon, ill
treat, ill use.

~Aghast~, _a._ ~1.~ Awe-struck, horror-struck, dismayed, horrified,
appalled, terrified, frightened, panic-stricken, struck with horror.

~2.~ Amazed, astounded, startled, astonished, dumfoundered,
thunderstruck.

~Agile~, _a._ Lively, nimble, brisk, smart, active, quick, ready,
prompt, alert, sprightly, lively, supple, SPRY, winged.

~Agility~, _n._ Liveliness, nimbleness, briskness, smartness,
activity, quickness, readiness, alertness, sprightliness, suppleness.

~Agio~, _n._ (_Com._) Premium.

~Agiotage~, _n._ (_Com._) Stock-jobbing.

~Agitate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Shake, jar, toss, rock, trouble (_by brisk
motion_), convulse.

~2.~ Excite, ruffle, rouse, ferment, stir up, work up.

~3.~ Fluster, flurry, hurry, confuse, disconcert.

~4.~ Discuss, controvert, canvass, debate, dispute, ventilate.

~Agitation~, _n._ ~1.~ Agitating, shaking, shake, concussion.

~2.~ Disturbance, jarring, commotion, convulsion, ferment, storm,
tumult, turmoil.

~3.~ Excitement, emotion, perturbation, trepidation, discomposure,
distraction, PUCKER, ruffle, flutter, hurry, tremor, fever, fret.

~4.~ Discussion, disputation, debate, controversy, canvassing,
ventilation.

~Agitator~, _n._ Incendiary, firebrand.

~Ago~, _ad._ Past, gone, since.

~Agog~, _a._ Eager, impatient, excited, wrought up, worked up, on
tiptoe, with open mouth.

~A-going~, _ad._ Abroach.

~Agonize~, _v. a._ Torment, torture, rack, distress, pain severely,
put in great pain.

~Agonize~, _v. n._ Be tormented, be tortured, suffer great pain.

~Agony~, _n._ ANGUISH (_especially of the body_), pang, torture,
torment, distress, rack, throe, severe pain, extreme suffering.

~Agree~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Accord, harmonize, concur, unite, be in unison,
be of one mind.

~2.~ Assent, consent, accede, acquiesce, comply, subscribe, yield
assent, give consent, fall in.

~3.~ Stipulate, bargain, promise, engage, undertake, contract, be
sworn, be bound, make an agreement, plight one's word, pass one's
word, pledge one's word, give assurance, take upon one's self, bind
one's self.

~4.~ Compromise, compound, come to an understanding, come to an
agreement.

~5.~ Suit, match, tally, correspond, quadrate, coincide, cohere,
comport, conform, square.

~Agreeable~, _a._ ~1.~ Suitable, fitting, fit, proper, meet,
appropriate, befitting, conformable, correspondent, accordant,
concordant, consonant.

~2.~ Pleasing, pleasant, pleasurable, grateful, gratifying,
acceptable, welcome, good, goodly, delightful, charming, delectable,
delicious, dulcet, sweet, to one's taste, to one's mind, after one's
fancy.

~Agreeable to, 1.~ Conformable to, suitable to, accordant with,
consonant with, tallying with, squaring with, consistent with, that
falls in with.

~2.~ Pleasing to, grateful to, gratifying to, acceptable to.

~Agreeably to~, According to, conformably to, in accordance with.

~Agree with, 1.~ Chime in with, fall in with.

~2.~ Make a bargain with, strike hands with.

~Agriculture~, _n._ Tillage, husbandry, farming, culture, cultivation,
geoponics.

~Agriculturist~, _n._ Husbandman, farmer, tiller of the ground,
cultivator of the soil.

~Aground~, _ad._ ~1.~ Ashore, not afloat.

~2.~ Stranded, wrecked, cast away.

~Ague~, _n._ ~1.~ Chilliness, cold, chill.

~2.~ Intermittent fever, fever and ague.

~Ague-weed~, _n._ Thoroughwort, boneset, fever-root, Indian sage,
(_Eupatorium perfoliatum_).

~Ahead~, _ad._ ~1.~ Onward, forward, in advance, in front.

~2.~ (_Naut._) In opposition (_said of the wind_), against us, in our
teeth.

~Ai~, _n._ Three-toed sloth (_Bradypus tridactylus_).

~Aid~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Assist, help, support, serve, speed, second, back,
befriend, prosper, abet, co-operate with, take part with, give support
to, minister to.

~2.~ Succor, relieve, SPELL.

~Aid~, _n._ ~1.~ Assistance, help, LIFT, furtherance, co-operation,
patronage, support, helping hand, good offices.

~2.~ Succor, relief.

~3.~ AIDE-DE-CAMP.

~Aide-de-camp~, [Fr.] (_Mil._) Aid.

~Aider~, _n._ Helper, assistant, coadjutor, co-operator, ally,
auxiliary, abettor.

~Ail~, _v. a._ Pain, trouble, afflict, be the matter with.

~Ail~, _v. n._ Suffer, be in pain, feel pain, be ill.

~Ail~, _n._ Disease, AILMENT.

~Ailing~, _a._ Sickly, sick, ill, indisposed, unwell, diseased,
feeble, languishing, unhealthy.

~Ailment~, _n._ Disease, ail, illness, sickness, ailing,
indisposition, malady, distemper, disorder, complaint.

~Aim~, _v. a._ Direct, level, point.

~Aim~, _n._ ~1.~ Direction, course, bearing, tendency, bent, proclivity.

~2.~ Intention, intent, purpose, design, reason, view, object, end,
scope, drift, goal, point, final cause.

~Aim at, 1.~ Take aim at, point at, level at, direct towards.

~2.~ Intend, purpose, design, mean.

~3.~ Crave, affect, yearn for, aspire at, aspire after, endeavor
after, be at, drive at, propose to one's self, have in view, have in
one's eye, have an eye to, strive for, attempt to reach.

~Aimless~, _a._ Purposeless, objectless, without aim or end.

~Air~, _n._ ~1.~ Atmosphere, atmospheric air, common air.

~2.~ Gas, aeriform fluid.

~3.~ Breeze, zephyr, gentle wind, breath of air.

~4.~ Weather, open air, open atmosphere.

~5.~ Appearance, aspect, mien, manner, look, cast, demeanor, conduct,
carriage, bearing, deportment, behavior, port.

~6.~ Tune, melody.

~Air~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Expose to air.

~2.~ Ventilate, change the air of.

~Air-bladder~, _n._ Sound (_of a fish_).

~Air-bubble~, _n._ Bleb.

~Air-engine~, _n._ Caloric engine.

~Airiness~, _n._ ~1.~ Openness, exposure to air.

~2.~ Gayety, levity, sprightliness, vivacity, liveliness.

~Airing~, _n._ ~1.~ Ride, drive, walk, promenade, stroll, excursion.

~2.~ Exposure to air, admission of air.

~Air-pipe~, _n._ Vent, spiracle, blow-hole, air-tube.

~Airs~, _n. pl._ Affectation, pretension, mannerism, affectedness,
affected manner, assumed manner.

~Air-tight~, _a._ Hermetic, hermetical.

~Air-tube~, _n._ AIR-PIPE.

~Airy~, _a._ ~1.~ Unsubstantial, aerial, ethereal, aeriform, thin, rare.

~2.~ Light, subtile, sublimated.

~3.~ Sprightly, buoyant, vivacious, wanton, volatile, jocund, jolly,
jovial, lively, gay, blithe, light, light-hearted, light of heart, in
spirits, in good spirits, of good cheer.

~4.~ Showy, gaudy, flaunting, jaunty, gairish, fine.

~5.~ Windy, empty.

~Aisle~, _n._ Passage, walk.

~Aitchbone~, _n._ Edgebone, natchbone.

~Ajar~, _ad._ Partly open (_as a door_).

~Ajutage~, _n._ Spout (_of a fountain_).

~Akin~, _a._ Kin, related, allied, kindred, cognate, congenial,
homogeneous, analogous, similar, parallel, of a piece.

~Alack~, _interj._ Alas, lackaday.

~Alacrity~, _n._ ~1.~ Readiness, promptitude, alertness, agility,
activity, quickness, eagerness.

~2.~ Sprightliness, gayety, cheerfulness, hilarity, vivacity,
liveliness, high spirits, good spirits.

~À la mode~, [Fr.] _a._ Fashionable, in the fashion, in vogue.

~À la mode~, [Fr.] _ad._ Fashionably.

~Alarm~, _n._ ~1.~ Alarum, larum, tocsin, summons to arms, alarm-bell,
beat of drum, sound of trumpet, notice of danger, signal of distress.

~2.~ Fear, apprehension, terror, fright, affright, consternation,
dismay.

~Alarm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Call to arms, summon to arms.

~2.~ Terrify, frighten, affright, startle, scare, daunt, appall, put
in fear.

~Alarm-bell~, _n._ Tocsin, ALARM.

~Alarum~, _n._ ALARM.

~Alas~, _interj._ Alack, lackaday.

~Alate~, _a._ (_Bot. and Anat._) Winged.

~Albeit~, _ad._ Although, notwithstanding.

~Albicore~, _n._ Bonito, horse-mackerel (_Thynnus pelamys_).

~Alcohol~, _n._ Spirits of wine, pure spirit, highly rectified spirit.

~Alcove~, _n._ Recess.

~Alehoof~, _n._ Gill, ground-ivy (_Glechoma hederacea_).

~Alert~, _a._ ~1.~ Watchful, vigilant, circumspect, wary, heedful, on
the alert, on one's guard, on the watch, on the lookout.

~2.~ Active, brisk, nimble, agile, smart, lively, sprightly, spirited,
supple, quick, spry, ready, prompt.

~Alertness~, _n._ ~1.~ Watchfulness, vigilance, circumspection,
wariness.

~2.~ Activity, agility, nimbleness, briskness, smartness,
sprightliness, quickness, spryness, promptness, readiness.

~Algebra~, _n._ Analysis (_by means of letters and other symbols_),
calculus, fluxions.

~Alias~, _ad._ Otherwise.

~Alias~, _n._ Assumed name.

~Alien~, _a._ ~1.~ Foreign, not native.

~2.~ Estranged, differing, remote, unallied, separated, unconnected.

~Alien~, _n._ Foreigner, stranger.

~Alienate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Abalienate, transfer, demise, consign,
assign, convey, devolve, make over, deliver over.

~2.~ Estrange, disaffect, wean, withdraw the affections of, make
unfriendly.

~Alienation~, _n._ ~1.~ Abalienation, transfer, demise, conveyance.

~2.~ Estrangement, disaffection, variance, division, rupture, breach.

~Alienation of mind~, insanity, derangement, lunacy, madness, frenzy,
craziness, delirium, mania.

~Alight~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Stop or rest (_after flight_).

~2.~ Dismount, descend, get down.

~Alight from~, Get off.

~Alike~, _a._ Similar, like, resembling, analogous, allied, equal, of
a piece.

~Alike~, _ad._ Equally, in the same manner, form, or degree.

~Aliment~, _n._ Nourishment, nutriment, food, sustenance, subsistence,
provision, fare, diet, regimen, victuals, meat, viands, cheer,
pabulum, rations, FEED, PROVENDER, FODDER, FORAGE, PROG.

~Alimentary~, _a._ Nourishing, edible, esculent, nutritious.

~Alimentation~, _n._ Nutrition, nourishment.

~Aliped~, _a._ Wing-footed, swift of foot.

~Alive~, _a._ ~1.~ Living, breathing, live, not dead, in life, above
ground.

~2.~ Sensitive, susceptible, with keen perceptions.

~3.~ Active, in force, in existence.

~4.~ Cheerful, sprightly, lively, joyous.

~All~, _a._ The whole of, every one of, every part of.

~All~, _ad._ Altogether, entirely, completely, wholly, quite.

~All~, _n._ Whole, total, totality, aggregate, every thing.

~All at once~, Instantaneously, suddenly, in an instant, without
warning.

~Allay~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Repress, restrain, check, subdue, lay, silence,
appease, pacify, calm, quiet, still, lull, hush, tranquillize, smooth.

~2.~ Assuage, alleviate, soothe, soften, mitigate, solace, moderate,
mollify, temper, attemper, lessen, abate, qualify, relieve, ease,
dull, blunt, palliate.

~All-devouring~, _a._ Omnivorous.

~Allegation~, _n._ ~1.~ Declaration, affirmation, averment.

~2.~ Excuse, plea.

~Allege~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Declare, affirm, assert, aver, predicate,
profess, asseverate, maintain, say.

~2.~ Adduce, assign, advance, plead, produce, cite, quote, bring
forward, lay down.

~Allegiance~, _n._ Fealty, fidelity, loyalty.

~Allegorical~, _a._ Figurative, typical.

~Allegory~, _n._ Fable (_in which what is stated as a fact is
figuratively applied_), PARABLE, APOLOGUE, story, tale, myth.

~Alleviate~, _v. a._ Lighten, mitigate, assuage, moderate, soothe,
soften, mollify, allay, quiet, still, quell, abate, lessen, diminish,
relieve, palliate, ease, dull, blunt.

~Alleviation~, _n._ Mitigation, palliation, relief.

~Alley~, _n._ ~1.~ Walk, passage.

~2.~ Lane, SLUM, narrow street.

~3.~ Taw, large marble.

~All-hallow~, _n._ All-saints day, the first of November.

~All-hallows~, _n._ All-saints day, the first of November.

~All-hollow~, [_Colloquial._] Entirely, completely, wholly, utterly,
thoroughly.

~Alliance~, _n._ ~1.~ Connection, relation, relationship, affinity,
family connection.

~2.~ Union, combination, coalition, federation, copartnership,
CONFEDERACY, league, compact, federal compact.

~Allied~, _a._ ~1.~ Related, alike, similar, analogous, cognate, akin,
kindred, of a piece.

~2.~ United, confederated, co-operating, in league, in co-operation.

~All-knowing~, _a._ Omniscient, all-wise, all-seeing.

~All manner of ways~, ~1.~ In many ways.

~2.~ In all directions, hither and thither.

~Allodial~, _a._ Independent, freehold, not feudal, free of rent or
service.

~Allodium~, _n._ (_Law._) Freehold estate.

~All one~, Indifferent, equal, just the same, quite the same, the same.

~Allonge~, _n._ Pass, thrust, lunge, longe, tilt, stab.

~Allonge~, _v. n._ Pass, lunge, make a pass or thrust.

~Allopathic~, _a._ Heteropathic.

~Allopathy~, _n._ Heteropathy.

~Allot~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Distribute, divide, measure, apportion, deal,
dispense, parcel out, deal out, give out, mete out, portion out.

~2.~ Assign, appoint, grant, give.

~Allotment~, _n._ ~1.~ Apportionment, distribution, partition, dole.

~2.~ Assignment, appointment, grant, gift.

~3.~ Share, part, portion, lot, quota, contingent.

~Allow~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Admit, acknowledge, confess, own, concede, take
for granted.

~2.~ Permit, let, authorize, grant leave to, give permission to.

~3.~ Suffer, tolerate, endure, bear, put up with, bear with.

~4.~ Grant, give, yield, relinquish, spare.

~5.~ Approve, sanction, justify.

~6.~ Remit, abate, bate, deduct.

~Allow~, _v. n._ Make allowance or provision.

~Allowable~, _a._ Permissible, admissible, lawful, proper,
justifiable, warrantable.

~Allowance~, _n._ ~1.~ Permission, leave, license, permit,
authorization, connivance, sanction, authority, approbation, sufferance.

~2.~ Admission, acknowledgment, concession, assent.

~3.~ Stipend, salary, pay, hire, wages, remuneration, recompense,
commission, EXHIBITION, PITTANCE.

~4.~ Qualification, modification, extenuation, limitation, exception.

~5.~ Ration, stated quantity (_of food or drink_).

~Allowance~, _v. a._ Put upon allowance, limit in the supply of food.

~Alloy~, _n._ ~1.~ Combination (_of metals_) by fusion.

~2.~ Baser metal (_mixed with finer_).

~3.~ Baser element or ingredient.

~All-powerful~, _a._ Almighty, omnipotent, all-sufficient.

~All-saints day~, _n._ All-hallow, the first of November.

~All-seeing~, _a._ All-knowing, omniscient, all-wise.

~Allspice~, _n._ Pimento, Jamaica pepper.

~All-sufficient~, _a._ Almighty, all-powerful.

~All the better~, So much the better.

~Allude to~, Intimate, suggest, insinuate, hint, imply, refer to,
glance at, make allusion to.

~Allure~, _v. a._ Entice, tempt, seduce, decoy, lead, solicit, invite,
attract, troll, lure, drib, engage, persuade, ensnare, coax, inveigle,
TWEEDLE, toll, over-persuade, prevail upon, draw on, bring over, win
over.

~Allurement~, _n._ ~1.~ Enticement, temptation, seduction, seducement,
solicitation, attraction, witchery.

~2.~ Lure, decoy, bait.

~Allusion~, _n._ Reference, hint, intimation, indirect mention.

~Allusive~, _a._ Hinting, suggestive, emblematic, typical, symbolical,
figurative.

~Allusively~, _ad._ By implication, by indirect reference, by way of
allusion.

~Alluvium~, _n._ Sediment, deposit, silt.

~Alluvial land~, Dale, valley, bottom.

~All-wise~, _a._ Omniscient, all-knowing, all-seeing.

~Ally~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Unite, join, league, confederate, connect, combine.

~2.~ Make similar, make analogous.

~Ally~, _n._ ~1.~ Coadjutor, co-operator, assistant, helper, aider,
auxiliary, associate, friend, colleague, partner.

~2.~ Abettor, confederate, accomplice, accessary.

~Almanac~, _n._ Calendar, ephemeris, register of the year.

~Almighty~, _a._ Omnipotent, all-powerful, all-sufficient.

~Almighty~, _n._ [With _The_ prefixed.] GOD.

~Almonds~, _n. pl._ Tonsils.

~Almost~, _ad._ Nearly, toward, towards, well-nigh, all but, for the
most part, not quite, within a little.

~Alms~, _n._ Charity, benefaction, gift, charitable donation,
eleemosynary aid.

~Almshouse~, _n._ Poorhouse.

~Aloft~, _ad._ Above, overhead, on high.

~Alone~, _a._ ~1.~ Single, solitary, only, lone, lonely, isolated,
unaccompanied, by one's self, by itself, without company, without
another.

~2.~ Of one's self, of one's own power, without help.

~Along~, _ad._ ~1.~ Lengthwise, longitudinally, in a line.

~2.~ Onward, forward.

~Along~, _prep._ By or over.

~Along-side~, _ad._ (_Naut._) By the side of, side by side.

~Aloud~, _ad._ Loudly, at the top of one's voice.

~Alpine~, _a._ Mountainous, high, elevated.

~Already~, _ad._ ~1.~ Even now.

~2.~ Before that time.

~Also~, _ad._ Likewise, too, besides, furthermore, moreover, in
addition, in like manner.

~Altar~, _n._ ~1.~ Sacrificial structure.

~2.~ Shrine, sacred place, place of worship.

~3.~ Communion-table.

~Alter~, _v. a._ Change (_partially_), vary, modify, shift, turn,
transmute, metamorphose, transform, convert, make some change in.

~Alter~, _v. n._ Vary, change, be changeable.

~Alterable~, _a._ Changeable, variable, mutable.

~Alterant~, _n._ (_Med._) Alterative.

~Alteration~, _n._ Change, variation, mutation, vicissitude,
modification, deviation, variance, turn.

~Alterative~, _n._ (_Med._) Alterant.

~Altercation~, _n._ Dispute, controversy, contention, strife,
difference, jangling, jangle, jarring, rupture, quarrel, sparring,
bickering, wrangle, wrangling, dissension, war of words.

~Alternate~, _a._ ~1.~ Reciprocal, one after another (_by turns_).

~2.~ (_Bot._) On different sides successively.

~Alternate~, _v. n._ Reciprocate, act interchangeably.

~Alternate~, _v. a._ Perform reciprocally or by turns.

~Alternation~, _n._ Reciprocation, interchange.

~Alternative~, _n._ Choice (_between two things_).

~Although~, _conj._ Though, albeit, notwithstanding, grant that, for
all that, be it so, even if.

~Altitude~, _n._ Height, elevation.

~Alto~, _n._ (_Mus._) Counter, counter-tenor.

~Altogether~, _ad._ ~1.~ Wholly, completely, entirely, totally,
utterly, thoroughly, throughout, fully, perfectly, IN TOTO, out and
out, to the full.

~2.~ Conjointly, in a body, in a mass, EN MASSE.

~Alumina~, _n._ Oxide of aluminum, argillaceous earth, argil.

~Aluminous~, _a._ Clayey, argillaceous.

~Alumnus~, _n._ [L. _pl. Alumni_.] Disciple, pupil, foster-child.

~Alveary~, _n._ Beehive.

~Alveolate~, _a._ Cellular, favose, honey-combed.

~Alveole~, _n._ Socket, cell, cavity, alveolus.

~Alveolus~, _n._ [L.] ALVEOLE.

~Always~, _ad._ Ever, evermore, perpetually, continually, eternally,
unceasingly, everlastingly, for ever, AYE, FOR AYE, at all times, to
the end of time, through all ages.

~Amadou~, _n._ Punk, spunk, German tinder.

~Amain~, _ad._ ~1.~ Violently, forcibly, with force, with might and
main.

~2.~ (_Naut._) Suddenly, all at once.

~Amalgamate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Combine with mercury.

~2.~ Mix, commix, commingle, unite, combine, blend, incorporate,
compound.

~Amalgamation~, _n._ ~1.~ Combination with mercury.

~2.~ Mixture, combination, compound, commixture.

~3.~ MISCEGENATION.

~Amanuensis~, _n._ Scribe, copyist, transcriber, writer.

~Amaranthine~, _a._ Unfading, imperishable, undecaying, undying,
immortal, perennial, ever-blooming, ever-vernal.

~Amass~, _v. a._ Accumulate, gather, aggregate, pile up, heap up,
scrape together, collect together, rake up, gather into a heap or pile.

~Amateur~, _n._ Virtuoso, CONNOISSEUR, DILETTANTE, critic, man of taste.

~Amatory~, _a._ Amorous, erotic, tender, passionate, Anacreontic.

~Amaurosis~, _n._ (_Med._) Drop serene, GUTTA SERENA.

~Amaze~, _v. a._ Astonish, astound, confound, stagger, stupefy,
dumfound, dumfounder, surprise, take by surprise, strike with wonder,
strike with astonishment, petrify with wonder.

~Amazement~, _n._ Astonishment, wonder, surprise.

~Amazing~, _a._ Astonishing, astounding, stupendous, wonderful,
surprising, marvellous, miraculous, strange, very extraordinary.

~Amazon~, _n._ Virago.

~Ambages~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Windings, turnings.

~2.~ Circumlocution, periphrasis, verbosity, verbiage, wordiness,
diffuseness, circuit of words.

~Ambassador~, _n._ Minister (_of the highest rank_), plenipotentiary,
envoy, legate, deputy.

~Ambassadors~, _n. pl._ Embassy, legation.

~Ambient~, _a._ Surrounding, encompassing, encircling, circling,
circumjacent, circumambient.

~Ambiguity~, _n._ ~1.~ Doubtfulness, dubiousness, doubt, uncertainty
or equivocalness (_as respects the meaning of a single term_),
AMPHIBOLOGY, indefiniteness, vagueness, obscurity.

~2.~ Clinch, pun, ambiguous expression, double meaning.

~Ambiguous~, _a._ Doubtful, dubious, uncertain or equivocal,
enigmatical, indefinite, indistinct, vague, indeterminate, not plain,
not clear, susceptible of more than one meaning.

~Ambition~, _n._ ~1.~ Desire of superiority, desire of distinction.

~2.~ Longing, yearning, aspiration.

~Ambitious~, _a._ ~1.~ Aspiring, eager for superiority, eager for
distinction or fame.

~2.~ Showy, pretentious.

~Ambitious of~, Eager for, emulous of, very desirous of.

~Amble~, _v. n._ Pace, move or go at an easy pace.

~Amble~, _n._ Pacing, pace.

~Ambrosial~, _a._ ~1.~ Delicious, luscious, savory, palatable, nice.

~2.~ Fragrant, balmy, odorous, aromatic, odoriferous, sweet-scented.

~Ambulatory~, _a._ Walking, moving.

~Ambuscade~, _n._ Ambush, cover, retreat, hiding-place, lurking-place.

~Ambush~, _n._ AMBUSCADE.

~Ameliorate~, _v. a._ Improve, amend, mend, emend, better, meliorate,
make better.

~Amelioration~, _n._ Improvement, amendment, melioration, bettering.

~Amen~, _ad._ So be it, be it so, let it be so.

~Amenability~, _n._ Accountability, liability, responsibility,
answerableness, amenableness.

~Amenable~, _a._ Accountable, liable, responsible, answerable.

~Amenableness~, _n._ AMENABILITY.

~Amend~, _v. a._ Improve, mend, emend, correct, rectify, reform,
AMELIORATE.

~Amend~, _v. n._ Improve, mend, become better.

~Amende honorable~, [Fr.] Apology (_for improper treatment or
language_), reparation.

~Amendment~, _n._ ~1.~ Improvement, emendation, reformation, change
for the better.

~2.~ Correction, alteration.

~Amends~, _n._ Compensation (_for loss or injury_), recompense,
indemnification, indemnity, reparation, restitution, redress,
atonement, satisfaction.

~Amenity~, _n._ ~1.~ Pleasantness, agreeableness.

~2.~ Suavity, affability, gentleness, civility, comity, courtesy,
politeness, urbanity, complaisance, amiability, obliging manner, good
manners, good breeding.

~Ament~, _n._ Catkin, AMENTUM.

~Amentum~, _n._ [L.] (_Bot._) AMENT.

~Amerce~, _v. a._ Fine, mulct, impose a fine upon.

~Amercement~, _n._ Fine, mulct, forfeiture, pecuniary penalty.

~Amiability~, _n._ Loveliness, benignity, kindliness, kindness,
amiableness, benignity, amenity, kind-heartedness, fellow-feeling,
good feeling, good humor, good temper, sweet temper, sweetness of
disposition.

~Amiable~, _a._ Lovable, lovely, sweet, engaging, charming, winning,
facile, benignant, benign, sweet-tempered, kind-hearted, tender-
hearted, worthy of love.

~Amiableness~, _n._ Amiability.

~Amianth~, _n._ AMIANTHUS.

~Amianthus~, _n._ Amianth, earth-flax (_species of asbestos_).

~Amicable~, _a._ Friendly, brotherly, fraternal, harmonious, cordial,
neighborly, peaceable, kind.

~Amicableness~, _n._ Amity, friendliness, friendship, cordiality,
fraternal or friendly feeling, good understanding, good-will.

~Amid~, _ad._ AMONG (_without being part_ _of_), amongst, in the midst
of, in the middle of, surrounded by.

~Amidst~, _ad._ AMONG (_without being part_ _of_), amongst, in the
midst of, in the middle of, surrounded by.

~Amidships~, _ad._ (_Naut._) Midships.

~Amiss~, _ad._ Wrong, wrongly, improperly, faultily, erroneously.

~Amiss~, _a._ Wrong, improper, faulty, erroneous.

~Amity~, _n._ Friendliness, AMICABLENESS.

~Ammonia~, _n._ Volatile alkali, ammoniacal gas.

~Ammonite~, _n._ Snake-stone.

~Ammunition~, _n._ ~1.~ Munition, military stores.

~2.~ Powder and shot.

~Amnesty~, _n._ Forgiveness (_granted to whole classes of persons_),
general pardon (_by proclamation_), act of oblivion, freedom from
penalty.

~Among~, _ad._ AMID (_while making part of_), amidst, in the midst of,
mixed or mingled with.

~Amongst~, _ad._ AMID (_while making part of_), amidst, in the midst
of, mixed or mingled with.

~Amorous~, _a._ ~1.~ Loving, fond, enamored.

~2.~ Amatory, erotic, tender, passionate, Anacreontic.

~Amorphous~, _a._ Irregular, shapeless, formless, unshapen.

~Amount~, _n._ ~1.~ Aggregate, sum total.

~2.~ Effect, substance, purport, result.

~Amount to~, Come to, be in the aggregate, be in the whole.

~2.~ Be equivalent to.

~Amour~, _n._ Affair of gallantry, love intrigue, love affair.

~Amphibology~, _n._ Doubtfulness, uncertainty or equivocalness (_as
respects the meaning of a sentence_), AMBIGUITY, indefiniteness.

~Ample~, _a._ ~1.~ Large, great, capacious, wide, extended, extensive,
spacious, broad, roomy.

~2.~ Plentiful, plenteous, abundant, abounding, overflowing, copious,
full, liberal, rich, exuberant, luxurious, lavish, bountiful, handsome.

~3.~ Diffusive, unrestricted, not contracted.

~Amplification~, _n._ ~1.~ Enlargement, extension, dilation,
expansion, development.

~2.~ Diffuseness, prolixity, diffuse narrative, copious discourse.

~Amplify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Enlarge, extend, augment, magnify, dilate,
expand, develop.

~2.~ Make copious or diffuse.

~Amplitude~, _n._ ~1.~ Bulk, size, bulkiness, largeness, bigness,
greatness, volume, dimensions, mass.

~2.~ Range, reach, sweep, compass, extent.

~3.~ (_Astron._) Angular distance (_from the east or the west point_).

~Amputate~, _v. a._ Sever, separate, cut off.

~Amulet~, _n._ Talisman, charm, phylactery, protection, safeguard.

~Amuse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Entertain, divert, please, cheer, enliven,
solace, beguile, relax, disport.

~2.~ Deceive (_by inspiring false hopes_), delude, cheat, inveigle,
mislead, impose upon.

~Amusement~, _n._ Entertainment, diversion, sport, DISPORT, play, fun,
frolic, recreation, relaxation, pastime, game.

~Amusing~, _a._ Entertaining, diverting, laughable, ridiculous,
comical, funny, farcical, risible.

~An~, _art._ ~1.~ One, any, some.

~2.~ Each, every.

~Anachronism~, _n._ Misdate.

~Anacreontic~, _a._ Amatory, amorous, erotic.

~Anæsthesia~, _n._ (_Med._) Insensibility (_as that produced by the_
_inhalation of sulphuric ether, chloroform, &c._).

~Anæsthesis~, _n._ (_Med._) Insensibility (_as that produced by the_
_inhalation of sulphuric ether, chloroform, &c._).

~Analects~, _n. pl._ Selections, selected pieces, select pieces,
collection of literary fragments.

~Analeptic~, _a._ Restorative, strengthening, invigorating, comforting.

~Analeptic~, _n._ Restorative.

~Analogous~, _a._ Similar (_in relations or uses_), resembling, alike,
like, cognate, parallel, corresponding, allied, of a piece.

~Analogy~, _n._ Similarity (_in relations or uses_), resemblance,
likeness, parallelism, similitude, parity, correspondence.

~Analysis~, _n._ ~1.~ Resolution, decomposition, dissection,
separation (_of elements_).

~2.~ Algebra, fluxions, calculus.

~3.~ Parsing.

~Analyze~, _v. a._ Decompose, decompound, dissect, resolve.

~Anarchist~, _n._ Jacobin, turbulent demagogue.

~Anarchy~, _n._ Disorder, misrule, confusion, want of government.

~Anastomose~, _v. n._ (_Bot. and Anat._) Inosculate, unite at the end.

~Anastomosis~, _n._ (_Bot. and Anat._) Inosculation.

~Anathema~, _n._ Curse, malediction, denunciation, imprecation,
fulmination, ban, execration, proscription, excommunication.

~Anathematize~, _v. a._ Curse, denounce, execrate, excommunicate.

~Anatomize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dissect.

~2.~ Scrutinize, analyze, sift, probe, examine, lay open.

~Anatomy~, _n._ ~1.~ Dissection.

~2.~ Science of bodily structure.

~Ancestor~, _n._ Forefather, progenitor, father.

~Ancestral~, _a._ Hereditary, patrimonial.

~Ancestry~, _n._ ~1.~ Lineage, family, race, house, line of ancestors.

~2.~ Pedigree, stock, genealogy, descent.

~Anchorage~, _n._ Roadstead, road, port, resting-place.

~Anchoret~, _n._ Hermit, ANCHORITE.

~Anchor-ice~, _n._ Ground-ice.

~Anchorite~, _n._ Hermit, recluse, solitary, SOLITAIRE, anchoret,
EREMITE.

~Ancient~, _a._ ~1.~ Old, primitive, pristine, OLDEN, of old time, not
modern.

~2.~ Of great age, of long duration.

~3.~ Antiquated, antique, archaic, obsolete, by-gone, old-fashioned,
out of fashion, out of date, gone by.

~Anciently~, _ad._ Formerly, of old, in the olden time, In ancient
times, in days of yore, long ago, a long while ago, in days long-gone.

~Ancillary~, _a._ ~1.~ Helping, helpful, auxiliary, instrumental.

~2.~ Subservient, subordinate.

~Anecdote~, _n._ Story (_of private life_), biographical incident.

~Anemone~, _n._ Wind-flower.

~Anemoscope~, _n._ Weathercock, vane.

~Anew~, _ad._ Newly, afresh, again, over again, DE NOVO.

~Anfractuous~, _a._ Winding, meandering, crooked, serpentine.

~Angel~, _n._ Spirit, supernatural being.

~Angel~, _a._ [_Poetical._] Angelic.

~Angel-fish~, _n._ Monk-fish (_Squatina angelus_).

~Angelic~, _a._ Seraphic, cherubic, heavenly, celestial, ANGEL.

~Angelical~, _a._ Seraphic, cherubic, heavenly, celestial, ANGEL.

~Anger~, _n._ Wrath, rage, fury, resentment, indignation,
exasperation, choler, bile, spleen, TEMPER, dudgeon, passion,
displeasure, vexation, irritation, offence.

~Anger~, _v. a._ Irritate, provoke, exasperate, chafe, vex, nettle,
incense, enrage, inflame, madden, infuriate, make angry.

~Angle~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Geom._) Difference of direction (_of two lines_).

~2.~ Corner, bend, elbow, knee, crotch, cusp, point (_where two lines
meet_).

~Angle~, _v. n._ Fish (_with a rod_), BOB.

~Angle for~, Fish for, scheme for, plot for, try to get by artifice.

~Angler~, _n._ Fisherman, fisher.

~Anglican~, _a._ English (_said of the Church_).

~Anglice~, _ad._ [L.] In English.

~Anglicism~, _n._ English idiom.

~Anglicize~, _v. a._ Give an English form to, introduce into English.

~Angling~, _n._ Fishing (_with a rod_).

~Angry~, _a._ Provoked, exasperated, irritated, incensed, piqued,
indignant, moody, sulky, STUFFY, irate, ireful, wroth, wrathful,
storming, infuriate, mad, in a passion, out of humor, out of temper,
out of tune.

~Anguilliform~, _a._ Eel-shaped.

~Anguish~, _n._ Agony (_especially of the mind_), torment, torture,
rack, pang, severe pain, extreme suffering, acute distress.

~Angular~, _a._ Pointed, with angles, with corners.

~Angular distance~, Apparent distance, distance as measured by an angle.

~Anile~, _a._ Aged, imbecile, senile, doting, decrepit, superannuated,
old-womanish.

~Anility~, _n._ Imbecility, dotage, senility, decrepitude,
superannuation, weakness.

~Animadversion~, _n._ Reproof, stricture, censure, blame,
condemnation, reprobation, reprehension, severe criticism.

~Animadvert upon~, Censure, disapprove, find fault with, object to,
take exception to, protest against, criticise severely.

~Animal~, _n._ ~1.~ Creature, living being, created being.

~2.~ BEAST, BRUTE, irrational creature, dumb creature, beast of the
field, fowl of the air, denizen of the deep.

~Animalcula~, _n. pl._ [L.] Animalcules, microscopic animals.

~Animalcule~, _n._ Microscopic animal, very minute animal.

~Animal magnetism~, Mesmerism.

~Animal spirits~, ~1.~ Nervous fluid.

~2.~ Energy, vigor, life, spirit, spiritedness, ANIMATION.

~Animate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Quicken, inform, make alive, give life to,
vivify.

~2.~ Invigorate, fortify, revive, give vigor or energy to.

~3.~ Stimulate, waken, rouse, whet, incite, impel, excite, fire, heat,
urge, provoke, warm, goad, kindle, prompt, work up, set on.

~4.~ Encourage, inspire, inspirit, embolden, enhearten, hearten,
exhilarate, gladden, elate, elevate, flush, ERECT.

~Animated~, _a._ Lively, vigorous, sprightly, vivacious, buoyant,
spirited, jocund, blithe, gay, elated, full of life, full of spirit.

~Animating~, _a._ Cheering, inspiring, enlivening, encouraging, spirit-
stirring, heart-stirring.

~Animation~, _n._ ~1.~ Life, existence, vitality, breath, vital power,
vital spark, breath of life.

~2.~ Liveliness, spirit, spiritedness, vivacity, sprightliness,
buoyancy, elasticity, airiness, vigor, ardor, force, strength, energy,
exhilaration, cheerfulness, gayety, cheer, animal spirits, high
spirits, good spirits.

~Animosity~, _n._ Malignity, virulence, bitterness, rancor, hostility,
hatred, hate, enmity, grudge, rankling, spleen, ill-will, heart-burning.

~Annals~, _n. pl._ Records (_in the order of years_), chronicles,
registers, rolls, archives, historical accounts.

~Anneal~, _v. a._ Temper (_as glass, by slow cooling_).

~Annex~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Affix, attach, subjoin, add, superadd, append,
tag, tack.

~2.~ Join, unite, connect.

~Annexation~, _n._ ~1.~ Affixing, attaching, adding, appending.

~2.~ Junction, joining, connection, conjunction, union.

~Annihilate~, _v. a._ Destroy, extinguish, quench, kill, exterminate,
raze, blast, ruin, nullify, annul, put an end to.

~Anniversary~, _a._ Yearly (_in the sense of returning with the
year_), annual.

~Anno Domini~, [L.] In the year of our Lord.

~Annotate~, _v. n._ Comment, make notes, make comments or remarks.

~Annotation~, _n._ Note, comment, commentary, remark, observation,
gloss, scholium, explanation.

~Announce~, _v. a._ Publish, proclaim, advertise, communicate,
promulgate, declare, report, trumpet, placard, ENOUNCE, enunciate,
blaze abroad, spread abroad, give notice of, make proclamation of, lay
before the public, bring to the notice of the public.

~Announcement~, _n._ Advertisement, notice, notification,
proclamation, declaration, promulgation, annunciation, pronunciamento,
manifesto.

~Annoy~, _v. a._ Molest, trouble, vex, tease, plague, worry, harry,
irritate, badger, harass, fret, gall, chafe, hector, bore, incommode,
offend, disturb, disquiet, pester, bother, infest, embarrass, pain,
wound.

~Annoyance~, _n._ Trouble, vexation, molestation, discomfort, plague,
nuisance, bore, torment, curse, infliction, abomination, scourge,
thorn, bitter pill, gall and wormwood.

~Annual~, _a._ Yearly, ANNIVERSARY.

~Annually~, _ad._ Yearly, by the year, year by year, PER ANNUM.

~Annul~, _v. a._ Cancel, abrogate, repeal, revoke, recall, recant,
countermand, reverse, rescind, abolish, disannul, vacate, quash,
nullify, supersede, invalidate, overrule, make void, set aside.

~Annular~, _a._ Ring-shaped.

~Annulet~, _n._ ~1.~ Little ring.

~2.~ (_Arch._) Fillet, listel, list.

~Annulling~, _n._ ANNULMENT.

~Annulment~, _n._ Annulling, nullification, abrogation, repeal,
rescission, cancelling, revocation, abolition.

~Annunciation~, _n._ ANNOUNCEMENT.

~Anodyne~, _n._ Opiate, sedative, narcotic.

~Anoint~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Smear, rub over with oil or unctuous matter.

~2.~ Consecrate by unction.

~Anomalistic~, _a._ ANOMALOUS.

~Anomalous~, _a._ Irregular, abnormal, anomalistic, unconformable,
preternatural, unnatural, unusual, singular, peculiar, exceptional,
aberrant, eccentric, erratic, monstrous, out of the way.

~Anomaly~, _n._ Irregularity, abnormity, singularity, peculiarity,
unconformity, eccentricity, monstrosity.

~Anon~, _ad._ Soon, quickly, shortly, immediately, in a short time,
ere long.

~Anonymous~, _a._ Nameless, without the name of the author.

~Another~, _a._ ~1.~ Some other, any other, not the same.

~2.~ One more.

~Answer~, _v. n._ ~1.~ REPLY (_especially to a question_), REJOIN,
respond, say in reply, make answer.

~2.~ Be accountable, be responsible or liable.

~3.~ Correspond, be like, be similar.

~4.~ Do, pass, serve, be sufficient, be enough, do well enough, pass
muster, be of use.

~Answer~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Reply to, respond to, make answer to.

~2.~ Refute, meet by argument or explanation.

~3.~ Satisfy, fulfil, be suitable to, be sufficient for.

~Answer~, _n._ ~1.~ Reply, response, REJOINDER, replication.

~2.~ Refutation, defence.

~Answerable~, _a._ ~1.~ Refutable, that may be answered.

~2.~ Accountable, responsible, amenable, liable.

~3.~ Corresponding, correspondent, correlative, proportionate,
suitable, suited, fit.

~Ant~, _n._ Pismire, emmet.

~Antagonism~, _n._ Opposition, contrariety, repugnance, contradiction,
clashing.

~Antagonist~, _n._ Opponent, adversary, rival, competitor, enemy, foe,
adverse party.

~Antagonistic~, _a._ Opposing, adverse, opposite, hostile, inimical.

~Antecedence~, _n._ Priority (_in time_), anteriority, precedence.

~Antecedent~, _a._ Preceding, precedent, previous, prior, anterior,
foregoing, precursory, forerunning, going before.

~Antecedent~, _n._ ~1.~ Precursor, forerunner.

~2.~ (_Math._) First term (_of a ratio_).

~3.~ (_Gram._) Preceding noun (_to which a relative refers_).

~4.~ (_Logic._) First proposition (_in an enthymeme_).

~Antecedents~, _n. pl._ [_Modern._] Previous history (_of an
individual_), previous course, incidents of one's past life.

~Antedate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Date before the true time.

~2.~ Anticipate, forestall, foretaste.

~Antepast~, _n._ Foretaste, ANTICIPATION, prelibation, forestalling,
presentiment.

~Anterior~, _a._ ~1.~ Preceding, prior, previous, antecedent,
foregoing, going before.

~2.~ Fore, front, in front.

~Anteriority~, _n._ Priority (_in time_), precedence, antecedence.

~Ante-room~, _n._ Vestibule, lobby, hall.

~Anthelmintic~, _n._ Vermifuge, helminthagogue.

~Anthem~, _n._ Hymn, divine song.

~Anthology~, _n._ Selections (_from authors_), beauties, elegant
extracts.

~Anthracite~, _n._ Blind-coal, glance-coal, stone-coal, hard-coal.

~Anthropophagi~, _n. pl._ Cannibals, man-eaters.

~Antic~, _a._ Odd, fantastic, grotesque, wild, ridiculous.

~Antic~, _n._ ~1.~ Prank, trick, freak, gambol, caper, vagary.

~2.~ Buffoon, fool, merry-andrew, scaramouch, mountebank, harlequin,
punch, clown, zany, jester, jack-pudding, pickle-herring.

~Anticipate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Go before, get the start of.

~2.~ Take up beforehand, consider in advance.

~3.~ Foretaste, forestall, antedate.

~4.~ Expect, forecast, foresee, look forward to, count upon, reckon
upon, calculate upon, prepare one's self for.

~Anticipation~, _n._ ~1.~ Expectation, expectance, contemplation,
prospect, hope, trust, ABEYANCE.

~2.~ Foretaste, prelibation, antepast, presentiment, forestalling,
foreseeing, foresight, prescience, prevision, forethought, forecast,
preconception.

~Anticlimax~, _n._ Bathos.

~Antidote~, _n._ ~1.~ Counterpoison, anti-poison, counteractive,
corrective.

~2.~ Remedy, cure, specific, restorative.

~Antifebrile~, _a._ Febrifugal.

~Antifebrile~, _n._ Febrifuge.

~Antipathy~, _n._ Repugnance (_natural or constitutional_), disgust,
abhorrence, detestation, hatred, hate, loathing, aversion, horror.

~Antipodal~, _a._ Opposite, over against, diametrically opposite.

~Anti-poison~, _n._ ANTIDOTE.

~Antiquarian~, _n._ Antiquary, archæologian, archæologist.

~Antiquarian~, _a._ Archæological.

~Antiquary~, _n._ ANTIQUARIAN.

~Antiquated~, _a._ Obsolete, unfashionable, antique, by-gone, archaic,
ancient, grown old, out of use, out of fashion, out of date, old-
fashioned, gone by.

~Antique~, _a._ Old, ancient, ANTIQUATED.

~Antique~, _n._ Ancient rarity, piece of ancient art.

~Antiquity~, _n._ ~1.~ Old times, the olden time, ancient times, days
of yore, AULD LANG SYNE.

~2.~ Ancients, people of old times.

~3.~ Ancientness, great age.

~4.~ [_pl._] Relics of old times.

~Antispasmodic~, _a._ Carminative, good for cramp or spasms.

~Antithesis~, _n._ (_Rhet._) Contrast, opposition.

~Antithetic~, _a._ Contrasted, placed in contrast.

~Antithetical~, _a._ Contrasted, placed in contrast.

~Anxiety~, _n._ Solicitude, concern, care, uneasiness, disquiet,
apprehension, fear, misgiving, perplexity, worry, vexation, trouble,
pain, disquietude.

~Anxious~, _a._ Solicitous, uneasy, restless, unquiet, apprehensive,
CAREFUL, greatly concerned.

~Any~, _a._ ~1.~ A single one (_of many_), any one.

~2.~ Some (_indefinitely_).

~Any~, _ad._ Somewhat, at all, in any degree.

~Anyhow~, _ad._ In any manner, in any way, in any case.

~Apace~, _ad._ Quickly, speedily, swiftly, rapidly, hastily, post-
haste, with speed, with quick pace.

~Apart~, _ad._ ~1.~ Separately, aloof, aside, by one's self, by itself.

~2.~ Asunder, into two parts.

~Apartment~, _n._ Room, chamber, hall.

~Apathetic~, _a._ Unfeeling, passionless, impassible, impassive,
Platonic, stoical, unimpressible, unsusceptible, insensible,
senseless, soulless, phlegmatic, dull, obtuse, cold, sluggish, torpid,
tame, lukewarm, indifferent, callous, dead, cold-blooded, without
sensibility, destitute of feeling.

~Apathy~, _n._ Insensibility, impassibility, dispassion, dulness,
torpor, coldness, phlegm, indifference, unconcern, unfeelingness,
stoicism, want of feeling.

~Ape~, _n._ Monkey (_without a tail_).

~Ape~, _v. a._ Mimic, imitate, mock, counterfeit, take off.

~Aperient~, _a._ (_Med._) Laxative, deobstruent, loosening.

~Aperient~, _n._ (_Med._) Laxative, laxative medicine.

~Aperture~, _n._ Opening, hole, perforation, LOOP-HOLE, passage, eye,
eyelet, hollow, cavity.

~Apex~, _n._ Top, summit, acme, zenith, pinnacle, highest point,
culminating point, utmost height.

~Aphis~, _n._ [_pl. Aphides._] Plant-louse, vine-fretter, puceron.

~Aphorism~, _n._ Maxim, adage, proverb, saying, dictum, saw, apothegm,
byword, sententious precept.

~Apiary~, _n._ Bee-house, beehive.

~Apiece~, _ad._ Severally, one by one, for each.

~Apish~, _a._ ~1.~ Imitative (_in a servile manner_), mimicking.

~2.~ Affected, foppish, trifling.

~Apocalypse~, _n._ Revelation, prophecy of St. John.

~Apocryphal~, _a._ Unauthentic, legendary, uncanonical, of doubtful
authority.

~Apollyon~, _n._ Satan, arch-fiend, Devil.

~Apologetical~, _a._ Excusatory, exculpatory.

~Apologist~, _n._ Defender, vindicator, supporter, advocate.

~Apologize~, _v. n._ Make an apology, offer an excuse, plead in
defence or extenuation.

~Apologue~, _n._ Fable (_founded on the supposed action of brutes or
of inanimate things_), PARABLE, ALLEGORY, tale, story.

~Apology~, _n._ ~1.~ Defence, vindication, justification.

~2.~ Excuse, plea, explanation, extenuation, reparation, AMENDE
HONORABLE.

~Apostasy~, _n._ Defection, desertion, backsliding, dereliction, fall.

~Apostate~, _n._ Renegade, backslider, deserter, turncoat.

~Apostate~, _a._ Treacherous, false, faithless, untrue, recreant,
backsliding.

~Apostle~, _n._ Messenger, missionary.

~Apostolic see~, Church of Rome.

~Apothegm~, _n._ Maxim, adage, saying, dictum, saw, proverb, aphorism,
byword, sententious precept.

~Apotheosis~, _n._ Deification.

~Appall~, _v. a._ Terrify, frighten, affright, dismay, daunt, scare,
intimidate, shock, put in great fear, strike with terror, petrify with
fear.

~Apparatus~, _n._ Tools, instruments, utensils, means.

~Apparel~, _n._ Clothes, clothing, dress, raiment, attire, ARRAY,
costume, toilet, habit, habiliments, garb, gear, garments, vestments,
outfit, accoutrement, equipment, suit, rigging, trappings, TOGGERY,
wardrobe.

~Apparel~, _v. a._ Dress, clothe, attire, array, robe, rig, accoutre,
equip, fit out, TRICK OUT.

~Apparent~, _a._ ~1.~ Visible, discernible, perceptible, open,
external, in view, in sight, to be seen.

~2.~ Manifest, obvious, patent, clear, evident, indubitable, plain,
conspicuous, legible, unmistakable, in plain sight.

~3.~ Seeming, specious, ostensible, not real.

~Apparently~, _ad._ ~1.~ Evidently, obviously, clearly, manifestly,
plainly.

~2.~ Seemingly, ostensibly, QUASI, on appearance, at the first blush,
in semblance, in show.

~Apparition~, _n._ Ghost, spectre, phantom, phantasm, spirit, sprite,
hobgoblin, shade, chimera, illusion, WRAITH, vision, preternatural
appearance.

~Appeal~, _v. n._ ~1.~ (_Law._) Refer the case or cause (_from one
court to another_).

~2.~ Refer to another (_in any controversy_).

~Appeal~, _v. a._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Summon, challenge.

~2.~ (_Law._) Refer, transfer by appeal (_from one court to another_).

~Appeal~, _n._ ~1.~ Address, invocation, petition, request, entreaty,
imploration, application, solicitation, suit.

~2.~ Resort, recourse.

~Appeal to~, Address, invoke, refer to, call upon, make application to.

~Appear~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Emerge, be in sight, come in sight, be visible,
come into view, HEAVE IN SIGHT, open to the view, present itself, crop
out, show itself, turn up, come upon the stage, see the light.

~2.~ Open, dawn, break.

~3.~ Arise, occur, offer.

~4.~ Stand in judgment, be present to answer.

~5.~ Be manifest, be obvious, be open, be known.

~6.~ Seem, look, show, wear the appearance, present the appearance,
have the appearance, strike one as being.

~Appearance~, _n._ ~1.~ Coming, arrival.

~2.~ Appearance, spectrum, what is seen.

~3.~ Semblance, seeming, show, face, pretence, color, pretext, guise,
fashion, feature.

~4.~ Mien, air, aspect, look, complexion, figure, manner, demeanor,
personal presence.

~Appeasable~, _a._ Placable, forgiving, reconcilable.

~Appease~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pacify, calm, quiet, soothe, tranquillize,
allay, assuage, mollify, alleviate, mitigate, abate, ease, compose,
still, hush, lull, dull, quell, blunt, temper, attemper, lessen,
qualify.

~2.~ Propitiate, reconcile, make propitious, make favorable.

~Appellation~, _n._ Name, title, epithet, cognomen, denomination,
style, description, designation, descriptive term.

~Append~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Hang or attach.

~2.~ Add, subjoin, join, annex, affix, superadd, tag, tack.

~Appendage~, _n._ Concomitant, attendant, accompaniment, adjunct,
attachment, appurtenance, appendix, tailpiece.

~Appendant~, _a._ Annexed, attached, concomitant, hanging.

~Appendix~, _n._ ~1.~ Adjunct, addition, appurtenance, appendage,
addendum.

~2.~ Supplement.

~Appertain to~, ~1.~ Belong to, pertain to, be incident to.

~2.~ Regard, concern, touch, relate to, refer to, bear upon.

~Appetence~, _n._ ~1.~ Appetite, strong desire.

~Appetency~, _n._ ~1.~ Appetite, strong desire.

~2.~ Tendency, inclination, leaning, bent, disposition, propensity,
fondness, liking, PENCHANT.

~Appetite~, _n._ ~1.~ Desire, longing, craving, relish, hankering,
pruriency, appetency, passion.

~2.~ Hunger, stomach, desire of food.

~Appetizer~, _n._ Zest, relish.

~Appetizing~, _a._ That whets the appetite.

~Applaud~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cheer, clap.

~2.~ Praise, commend, laud, approve, compliment, extol, magnify, cry up.

~Applause~, _n._ Acclamation, acclaim, plaudit, eclat, clapping of
hands, shout of approbation, loud praise.

~Apple of the eye~, Pupil of the eye.

~Apple Peru~, Thorn apple, stramonium, stramony, Jamestown weed
(_Datura stramonium_).

~Apple-pie order~, [_Colloquial._] Perfect order.

~Appliance~, _n._ ~1.~ Application, use, exercise, applying.

~2.~ Expedient, means, instrumentality, resource.

~Appliances~, _n. pl._ Means, expedients, instrumentalities,
appointments, steps, measures, ways and means.

~Applicable~, _a._ Suitable, fit, fitting, befitting, appropriate,
relevant, adapted, apt, proper, pertinent, apposite, germane, to the
point, to the purpose.

~Applicant~, _n._ Petitioner, solicitor, suitor, candidate.

~Application~, _n._ ~1.~ Applying.

~2.~ Appliance, use, exercise, practice.

~3.~ Solicitation, petition, appeal, request, suit.

~4.~ Assiduity, industry, perseverance, persistency, intense study,
close attention.

~Apply~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lay upon, put or place upon.

~2.~ Appropriate, use, employ, exercise, ply, convert to use, put to
use.

~3.~ Disperse, execute, carry out, put in practice.

~4.~ Devote, dedicate, addict, direct, engage, turn attentively, bend
with diligence.

~Apply to~, ~1.~ Suit, fit, be adapted to, be suitable to, be
applicable to.

~2.~ Solicit, petition, request, appeal to, call upon, make
application to, have recourse to.

~Appoint~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fix, determine, prescribe, set, establish.

~2.~ Direct, ordain, enjoin, require, command, decree, order, bid,
impose, insist on.

~3.~ Assign, allot, designate, destine.

~4.~ Nominate, name, constitute, create.

~5.~ Furnish, equip, supply.

~Appointment~, _n._ ~1.~ Appointing, designation to office.

~2.~ Station, position, office, place.

~3.~ Assignation, agreement (_as to time and place of meeting_),
TRYST, stipulation, arrangement.

~4.~ Decree, bidding, command, order, direction, precept, mandate,
ordination, enactment, law, requirement.

~5.~ Equipment, equipage, furniture, outfit, appliance.

~6.~ Allowance, salary, pay, stipend, pension.

~7.~ Nomination, constitution, creation.

~Apportion~, _v. a._ Allot, distribute, assign, divide, partition,
part, measure, share, appropriate, deal, dispense, parcel out, deal
out, portion out.

~Apportionment~, _n._ Distribution, allotment, assignment, dole,
partition, division.

~Apposite~, _a._ Apt, pertinent, relevant, fit, fitting, befitting,
suitable, appropriate, seasonable, germane, APROPOS, to the purpose,
to the point, well applied, well put.

~Appraise~, _v. a._ Value, estimate, prize, rate, measure, set a value
on, fix a price for, estimate the worth of, form an estimate of.

~Appraisement~, _n._ Valuation, estimation, estimate, judgment.

~Appreciate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Estimate justly, set a just value on, form
a correct estimate of, value rightly.

~2.~ Estimate, esteem, value, rate.

~3.~ [_U. S._] Raise the value of.

~Appreciate~, _v. n._ [_U. S._] Rise in value, be worth more.

~Appreciation~, _n._ ~1.~ Valuation, estimation.

~2.~ Just estimate, correct valuation.

~Apprehend~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Seize, arrest, take, take prisoner.

~2.~ Conceive, imagine, see, perceive, believe, know, COMPREHEND.

~3.~ Fear, dread, think of with fear.

~Apprehend~, _v. n._ Think, suppose, imagine, conceive, fancy, OPINE,
hold, ween, presume, be of opinion, take it, entertain the idea.

~Apprehension~, _n._ ~1.~ Seizure, arrest.

~2.~ Understanding, intellect, intelligence, intellection, mind, reason.

~3.~ Conception, IMAGINATION, the mind's eye.

~4.~ Knowledge, discernment, perception, sense.

~5.~ Opinion, belief, fancy, supposition, judgment, sentiment, idea,
notion.

~6.~ Fear, dread, distrust, suspicion, anxiety, solicitude, care,
concern, misgiving, alarm, worry, disquiet, uneasiness, vexation.

~Apprehensive~, _a._ ~1.~ Quick to understand.

~2.~ Fearful, distrustful, suspicious, anxious, afraid.

~Apprentice~, _n._ Learner (_of a trade_).

~Apprise~, _v. a._ Inform, acquaint, warn, notify, tell, admonish,
make acquainted, make aware, give notice to, disclose to, make known
to, mention to.

~Approach~, _v. n._ Approximate, draw near, draw nigh, come near, be
at hand.

~Approach~, _v. a._ Resemble, come near to, be like.

~Approach~, _n._ ~1.~ Advance, approximation, advent, coming, drawing
near.

~2.~ Access, admittance, admission.

~Approachable~, _a._ Accessible.

~Approbation~, _n._ ~1.~ Approval, liking, praise, encomium,
commendation, good opinion, favorable opinion.

~2.~ Support, concurrence, assent, consent, sanction, ratification.

~Appropriate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Adopt, take to one's self, take as one's
own.

~2.~ Take, seize, abstract, steal, purloin.

~3.~ Assign, apportion, allot, set apart.

~4.~ Apply, use, employ, convert.

~Appropriate~, _a._ Adapted, fit, fitting, befitting, apt, PAT,
suitable, proper, becoming, due, seemly, agreeable, conformable,
congruous, germane, convenient, pertinent, apposite, felicitous,
applicable, APROPOS, to the point, to the purpose.

~Appropriateness~, _n._ Suitableness, fitness, propriety, aptness,
appositeness, pertinency, PERTNESS, relevancy, felicity, applicability.

~Appropriation~, _n._ ~1.~ Seizure, capture, taking, taking to one's
self.

~2.~ Application (_to a particular use_).

~3.~ Sum set apart (_for a specific object_).

~Approval~, _n._ ~1.~ APPROBATION.

~2.~ Support, sanction, assent, consent, concurrence, ratification.

~Approve~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Commend, recommend, praise, like, appreciate,
value, think well or favorably of, think highly of, speak well of, be
pleased with.

~2.~ Sanction, confirm, justify, ratify, sustain, make valid.

~Approximate~, _a._ ~1.~ Proximate, approaching, coming near.

~2.~ Nearly correct, nearly accurate or true.

~Approximate~, _v. a._ [_Rare._] Bring near.

~Approximate~, _v. n._ Approach, come near.

~Approximately~, _ad._ Near, nearly, about, not far from.

~Approximation~, _n._ Approach.

~Appulse~, _n._ Collision, meeting, coming together, striking together.

~Appulsive~, _a._ Impinging, striking against.

~Appurtenance~, _n._ Adjunct, appendage, dependency.

~Appurtenant~, _a._ Belonging.

~A priori~, [L.] Theoretically, before experience, before trial, from
assumed principles.

~Apropos~, _a._ [Fr.] Opportune, seasonable, timely, fit, suitable,
apt, apposite, to the point, to the purpose, just the thing, quite the
thing.

~Apropos~, _ad._ Opportunely, seasonably, to the purpose.

~Apt~, _a._ ~1.~ Apposite, pertinent, suitable, fit, fitting, meet,
befitting, germane, applicable, appropriate, APROPOS, to the point, to
the purpose.

~2.~ Inclined, liable, prone, disposed.

~3.~ Quick, sharp, ready, prompt, expert, dexterous, able, clever,
happy, adroit, handy, skilful.

~4.~ Docile, teachable.

~Aptitude~, _n._ Turn, disposition, genius, gift, endowment, talent,
faculty, capacity, capableness, tendency, inclination, bias,
proclivity, proneness, propensity, forte, aptness.

~Aptness~, _n._ ~1.~ Fitness, suitableness, appropriateness,
adaptation, applicability.

~2.~ Turn, tendency, inclination, APTITUDE.

~3.~ Quickness, readiness, expertness, skill, facility, knack,
adroitness, address, ability.

~4.~ Docility, teachableness.

~Aqua-fortis~, _n._ [L.] Nitric acid (_somewhat diluted_), spirit of
nitre.

~Aqua-regia~, _n._ [L.] Nitro-muriatic acid, nitro-chloro-hydric acid.

~Aquarius~, _n._ (_Astron._) Water-bearer.

~Aqueous~, _a._ Watery, waterish, moist, wet, humid, damp.

~Aquiline~, _a._ Hooked (_like an eagle's beak; applied especially to
the nose_), bent, curved.

~Arab~, _n._ Arabian, Saracen.

~Arabesque~, _a._ Moorish, moresque.

~Arabian~, _a._ Arabic.

~Arabian~, _n._ Arab, Saracen.

~Arabic~, _a._ Arabian.

~Arable~, _a._ That may be ploughed, fit for the plough, suitable for
cultivation.

~Arbiter~, _n._ Arbitrator, umpire, judge, referee.

~Arbitrament~, _n._ ~1.~ Choice, option, will, determination,
decision, umpirage.

~2.~ (_Law._) Award, adjudication, determination, decision, decree.

~Arbitrariness~, _n._ Despotism, absoluteness, absolutism, tyranny,
autocracy.

~Arbitrary~, _a._ ~1.~ Irresponsible, absolute, tyrannical, tyrannous,
imperious, domineering, bound by no law.

~2.~ Optional, voluntary, determined by no rule or principle.

~Arbitrate~, _v. a._ Decide, determine.

~Arbitrate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Mediate, intercede, interpose.

~2.~ Judge, decide, determine, adjudicate, give judgment, pass judgment.

~Arbitration~, _n._ ~1.~ Mediation, intervention, intercession,
interposition.

~2.~ Decision, determination, adjudication, arbitrament, umpirage.

~Arbitrator~, _n._ Arbiter, umpire, judge, referee.

~Arbor~, _n._ ~1.~ Bower, shady recess, shady retreat.

~2.~ Spindle, axis, shaft.

~Arborescence~, _n._ Branching, ramification.

~Arborescent~, _a._ Dendriform, dendrite, dendritic, arboriform,
branching.

~Arboriform~, _a._ Dendriform, ARBORESCENT.

~Arbor-vitæ~, _n._ White cedar (_of Canada; Thuja occidentalis_).

~Arc~, _n._ (_Geom._) Arch, part of a circumference.

~Arcade~, _n._ Piazza, colonnade.

~Arcanum~, _n._ [L. _pl. Arcana_.] Secret, mystery.

~Arch~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Geom._) Arc, part of a circumference.

~2.~ Curved structure.

~Arch~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Vault, cover with an arch, arch over.

~2.~ Bend into the form of an arch.

~Arch~, _a._ ~1.~ Chief, principal, consummate, first-rate, of the
first class.

~2.~ Sly, shrewd, cunning, wily, astute, subtle.

~3.~ Roguish, waggish, mirthful, frolicsome, sportive, merry, playful.

~Archæologian~, _n._ Archæologist.

~Archæological~, _a._ Antiquarian.

~Archæologist~, _n._ Antiquarian, antiquary.

~Archæology~, _n._ Science of antiquities.

~Archaic~, _a._ Old, ancient, obsolete, antiquated, antique, by-gone,
out of use, out of date, out of fashion, old-fashioned.

~Archaism~, _n._ Antiquated term or expression.

~Archbishop~, _n._ Primate, metropolitan.

~Archduchy~, _n._ Archdukedom.

~Archdukedom~, _n._ Archduchy.

~Arched~, _a._ ~1.~ Vaulted, bowed, camerated, concave.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Fornicate.

~Arched-ceiling~, _n._ [L.] Vault.

~Arched roof~, _n._ [L.] Vault.

~Arch-enemy~, _n._ Arch-fiend.

~Arch-fiend~, _n._ DEVIL, Satan.

~Archer~, _n._ Bowman, SAGITTARY.

~Arch over~, Arch, cover with an arch.

~Archetype~, _n._ Pattern, model, type, prototype, original, examplar,
example, protoplast, mirror, paragon.

~Arching~, _a._ Vaulted, curving.

~Architect~, _n._ ~1.~ Designer of buildings, professor of building.

~2.~ Contriver, maker, former, author.

~Architecture~, _n._ ~1.~ Science or art of building.

~2.~ Workmanship, framework, frame, structure, fabric.

~Archives~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Registry, record-office.

~2.~ Records, chronicles, registers, ANNALS, historical accounts.

~Archway~, _n._ Arched passage.

~Arctic~, _a._ Northern, boreal.

~Arcuate~, _a._ [_Rare._] Curved, bent, bowed, hooked, crooked,
aduncous.

~Arcuation~, _n._ [_Rare._] Curvature, incurvation, curvity, flexure,
bend, crook.

~Ardent~, _a._ ~1.~ Hot, burning, fiery.

~2.~ Warm, passionate, fervent, impassioned, eager, intense, keen,
sharp, vehement, fiery, earnest, fervid, glowing, zealous, devoted,
enthusiastic, strenuous, sanguine.

~3.~ Alcoholic, spirituous.

~Ardor~, _n._ ~1.~ Heat, warmth.

~2.~ Zeal, fervor, fervency, flame, glow, excitement, sharpness,
earnestness, eagerness, heartiness, devotion, enthusiasm, soul,
spirit, vehemence, impetuosity, intensity, passion.

~Arduous~, _a._ ~1.~ Steep, high, lofty, uphill.

~2.~ Hard, difficult, laborious, onerous, troublesome, Herculean,
toilsome, tiresome, wearisome, fatiguing, beset with difficulties,
full of difficulties.

~Area~, _n._ ~1.~ Region, sphere, realm, territory, domain, district,
circuit, circle, definite space.

~2.~ (_Geom._) Superficial contents.

~Arena~, _n._ Field, lists, stage, ring, amphitheatre, battle-field,
field of battle, scene of action, place of contest.

~Arenaceous~, _a._ Sandy, arenose.

~Arenose~, _a._ Sandy, arenaceous.

~Areometer~, _n._ Hydrometer.

~Argent~, _a._ ~1.~ Of silver.

~2.~ Silvery, bright, resplendent, shining, radiant, brilliant,
beaming, effulgent, refulgent.

~Argil~, _n._ ~1.~ Potter's clay, white clay.

~2.~ Alumina, argillaceous earth, oxide of aluminium.

~Argillaceous~, _a._ Clayey, aluminous.

~Argol~, _n._ Tartar (_crude_), bitartrate of potash, wine-stone.

~Argosy~, _n._ Carack, galleon.

~Argue~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Reason, plead, offer reasons, use arguments.

~2.~ Dispute, debate, chop logic, try conclusions, bandy words or
arguments, hold or carry on an argument.

~Argue~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Show, indicate, evince, denote, imply, betoken,
prove.

~2.~ Debate, discuss, VENTILATE, sift, contest, controvert, moot,
reason upon.

~Arguer~, _n._ Reasoner, debater, controversialist, disputant, disputer.

~Argument~, _n._ ~1.~ Reason, reasoning, chain of reasoning, process
of reasoning.

~2.~ Controversy, dispute, disputation, discussion.

~3.~ Subject, topic, matter, theme, thesis, question, subject-matter,
matter in hand.

~Argumentation~, _n._ Reasoning, ratiocination, process of reasoning.

~Argumentative~, _a._ ~1.~ Controversial, polemical.

~2.~ Disputatious, given to controversy.

~Argus-eyed~, _a._ Discerning, perspicacious, sharp-sighted, quick-
sighted, lynx-eyed, hawk-eyed.

~Arid~, _a._ Dry, dried up, parched with heat.

~Aridity~, _n._ Dryness, SICCITY, want of moisture.

~Aright~, _ad._ Rightly, without error or mistake.

~Ariose~, _a._ Melodious, of a melodious character, characterized by
melody (_as distinguished from harmony_).

~Arise~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Ascend, mount, soar, tower, go up.

~2.~ Get up, start up, get out of bed.

~3.~ Rise, appear, come in sight, come into view, present itself, show
itself, discover itself, make its appearance, reveal itself, come to
light.

~4.~ Begin, originate, spring, spring up, be excited, come into action.

~5.~ Come into being, enter upon life.

~6.~ Accrue, result, proceed, issue, flow, follow, come, ensue, be
derived.

~Aristate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Awned, bearded.

~Aristocracy~, _n._ ~1.~ Government of nobles or a privileged order.

~2.~ Nobility, noblesse, gentry, peerage, body of nobles, the quality,
persons of rank.

~3.~ [_Colloquial._] Upper classes, UPPER-TEN, UPPER-CRUST, upper ten
thousand.

~Aristocratic~, _a._ ~1.~ Noble, princely, patrician, titled, of high
rank.

~2.~ Haughty, proud, arrogant, disdainful, overweening, supercilious,
overbearing, consequential.

~Aristocratical~, _a._ ~1.~ Noble, princely, patrician, titled, of
high rank.

~2.~ Haughty, proud, arrogant, disdainful, overweening, supercilious,
overbearing, consequential.

~Aristotelian~, _a._ Peripatetic.

~Aristotelian~, _n._ Follower of Aristotle, peripatetic philosopher.

~Arithmetic~, _n._ Science of numbers, art of computation.

~Arm~, _n._ ~1.~ Branch, bough, projecting part.

~2.~ Inlet (_of the sea_).

~3.~ Power, might, strength, puissance.

~4.~ Branch of military service (_as artillery or cavalry_).

~Arm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Equip, furnish, provide, or supply with arms.

~2.~ Fortify, put in a state of defence.

~3.~ Prepare, fit up, make ready.

~Arm~, _v. n._ Take arms, be fitted or provided with arms.

~Armada~, _n._ Fleet (_especially that of Spain against England in
1588_), squadron, flotilla.

~Armament~, _n._ ~1.~ Body of forces.

~2.~ Guns, cannon, arms, munitions of war.

~Arm-chair~, _n._ Elbow-chair, armed chair.

~Armistice~, _n._ Truce, suspension of hostilities, cessation of arms,
temporary peace.

~Arm of flesh~, Human strength, human aid.

~Arm of the sea~, Estuary, frith, inlet.

~Armor~, _n._ Defensive clothing, coat of mail.

~Armorial~, _a._ Heraldic.

~Armory~, _n._ Arsenal, depository of arms, magazine of arms.

~Armpit~, _n._ AXILLA.

~Arms~, _n._ _pl._ ~1.~ Weapons.

~2.~ War, warlike exploits.

~3.~ Escutcheon, scutcheon, shield, ensign armorial, armorial hearings.

~Army~, _n._ Host, force, troops, legions, armed force, military
force, body of troops.

~Arnica~, _n._ Leopard's-bane.

~Aroma~, _n._ Fragrance, perfume, redolence, sweet scent, pleasing
scent, grateful odor.

~Aromatic~, _a._ Fragrant, redolent, balmy, spicy, odoriferous,
aromatous, ambrosial, high-scented, strong-scented, sweet-scented,
sweet-smelling.

~Aromatize~, _v. a._ Scent, perfume.

~Aromatous~, _a._ Fragrant, spicy, AROMATIC.

~Around~, _ad._ Round, on every side, on all sides, in a circle, right
and left.

~Around~, _prep._ ~1.~ About, round, encircling, encompassing,
surrounding, on every side of.

~2.~ All over, in all parts of.

~Arouse~, _v. a._ Incite, excite, animate, stimulate, warm, kindle,
inspirit, provoke, instigate, awaken, raise, whet, stir up, wake up,
summon up, set on, hurry on.

~Arraign~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Prosecute, bring to trial, take the law of,
bring before a court.

~2.~ Accuse, charge, denounce, impeach, indict, criminate, tax, inform
against, call to account, take to task.

~Arraignment~, _n._ ~1.~ Prosecution, bringing to trial.

~2.~ Accusation, charge, indictment, impeachment.

~Arrange~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dispose, array, class, classify, group, rank,
trim, marshal, distribute, place, range, put or bring into order, set
in order, reduce to order, set out, assign places to.

~2.~ Adjust, settle, determine, fix upon.

~3.~ Plan, devise, scheme, contrive, project, mature, organize,
concoct, construct, prepare, fall upon, hit upon, lay out.

~Arrangement~, _n._ ~1.~ Disposition, classification, method,
distribution, grouping, collocation, reducing to order.

~2.~ Structure, make, form, mode of building, manner of making.

~3.~ Adjustment, settlement.

~4.~ Regulation, management, economy.

~5.~ Preparation, plan, scheme.

~Arrant~, _a._ ~1.~ Notorious, utter, gross, downright, consummate,
rank, thorough-going.

~2.~ Infamous, vile, atrocious, monstrous.

~Arras~, _n._ Tapestry, hangings.

~Array~, _n._ ~1.~ Order, regular disposition.

~2.~ Dress, fine clothes, elegant attire, rich garments.

~3.~ Exhibition, show.

~4.~ (_Law._) Panel, body of jurors.

~Array~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Rank, range, arrange, place, dispose, marshal,
set in order, draw up.

~2.~ Dress, habit, enrobe, robe, invest, clothe, bedeck, deck, adorn,
embellish, decorate, garnish, BEDIZEN, TRICK OUT, set off.

~Arrears~, _n. pl._ Arrearage, amounts due but unpaid.

~Arrearage~, _n._ ARREARS.

~Arrest~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Stop, stay, check, interrupt, obstruct, hinder,
delay, detain, restrain, hold, withhold, keep back.

~2.~ Seize, apprehend, take, capture, catch, take up, take into
custody, take prisoner.

~3.~ Engage, fix, engross, occupy, rivet.

~Arrest~, _n._ ~1.~ Staying, stopping, hinderance, obstruction.

~2.~ Seizure, capture, detention.

~Arrival~, _n._ Advent, coming.

~Arrive~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Come, get here, reach this place.

~2.~ Get there, reach that place.

~Arrive at~, Reach, attain, come to, get to, TOUCH AT.

~Arrogance~, _n._ Haughtiness, pride, presumption, assumption,
superciliousness, disdain, contumely, lordliness, loftiness,
stateliness, self-conceit, conceitedness, self-importance, HAUTEUR.

~Arrogant~, _a._ Haughty, proud, supercilious, lordly, disdainful,
contumelious, cavalier, overbearing, overweening, assuming,
magisterial, dogmatic, imperious, important, swelling, blustering,
big, high, lofty, stately, self-conceited, self-sufficient, UPPISH.

~Arrogate~, _v. a._ Assume, usurp, claim unduly, make unjust
pretensions to.

~Arrow~, _n._ Dart, shaft, bolt.

~Arrow-headed~, _a._ Wedge-shaped, cuneiform.

~Arsenal~, _n._ Armory, magazine of arms, repository of military stores.

~Arsenic~, _n._ ARSENIOUS ACID.

~Arsenious acid~, Arsenic, rat's-bane, white arsenic, white oxide of
arsenic.

~Art~, _n._ ~1.~ Trade, craft, business, calling, employment, exercise
of skill.

~2.~ Skill, address, adroitness, readiness, dexterity, tact, aptitude,
aptness, cleverness, ingenuity.

~3.~ Cunning, astuteness, artfulness, shrewdness, artifice, deceit,
subtlety, craftiness, craft, duplicity, wiliness, guile.

~Artful~, _a._ ~1.~ Skilful, ingenious, dexterous.

~2.~ Cunning, crafty, astute, shrewd, sharp, wily, sly, foxy, snaky,
subtle, arch, insidious, designing, intriguing, politic, deceitful,
trickish, TRICKY, diplomatic, Machiavelian.

~Article~, _n._ ~1.~ Part, portion, branch, member, clause, item,
particular, count, point.

~2.~ Term, stipulation, provision, condition, covenant.

~3.~ Thing, substance, commodity.

~4.~ (_Gram._) Definitive adjective.

~Articulate~, _a._ ~1.~ Jointed, articulated. ~2.~ Distinctly uttered.

~Articulate~, _v. a._ Utter distinctly (_as respects the elementary
sounds_), PRONOUNCE, ENOUNCE, speak.

~Articulated~, _a._ Jointed, articulate.

~Articulation~, _n._ ~1.~ Distinct utterance.

~2.~ Consonant.

~3.~ Joint, juncture, hinge.

~Artifice~, _n._ Cunning, deceit, trickery, duplicity, guile,
subtlety, finesse, stratagem, trick, subterfuge, wile, ruse, chance,
dodge, doubling, Machiavelism, machination, deception, cheat, shuffle,
fraud, imposture, imposition, double-dealing, COLLUSION, hocus-pocus,
crafty device, artful contrivance.

~Artificer~, _n._ Artist (_not of the highest grade_), manufacturer,
superior artisan, skilful mechanic, TRADESMAN.

~Artificial~, _a._ ~1.~ Factitious, made by art, not natural.

~2.~ Fictitious, feigned, counterfeited, sham, spurious.

~3.~ Assumed, affected, forced, strained.

~Artillery~, _n._ Ordnance, cannon, enginery, great guns.

~Artisan~, _n._ Mechanic, handicraftsman, workman, laborer, operative.

~Artist~, _n._ ~1.~ Designer, contriver, projector, adept, ARTIFICER,
skilful person.

~2.~ Painter, limner, sketcher.

~3.~ Sculptor, carver, modeller.

~Artistic~, _a._ Skilful, masterly, workman-like.

~Artistical~, _a._ Skilful, masterly, workman-like.

~Artless~, _a._ ~1.~ Ignorant, unlearned, untaught, unskilful, rude.

~2.~ Inartificial, simple, natural, without marks of art.

~3.~ Unaffected, plain, honest, frank, fair, open, candid, NAÏVE,
guileless, sincere, true, unsophisticated, ingenuous, undesigning,
truthful, honorable, single-minded, simple-hearted, simple-minded,
open-hearted, straightforward.

~As~, _ad._ ~1.~ In the manner that.

~2.~ Like, similar to, for example, of the same kind with, in the same
manner with.

~3.~ Viewed like, taken in the character of, considered in the state of.

~4.~ While, during the time that, at the same time that.

~5.~ Because, since, for the reason that.

~6.~ To the degree that, in the same proportion that.

~7.~ Being of the kind which, being of the class who.

~As far as~, To the extent that, to the degree that.

~Ascend~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Rise, arise, aspire, mount, soar, tower, CLIMB,
go up.

~2.~ Go backward (_in the order of time_).

~Ascend~, _v. a._ CLIMB, scale, get up, go up.

~Ascendant~, _n._ ~1.~ Horoscope.

~2.~ Superiority, predominance, ascendency, superior influence,
controlling influence.

~Ascendant~, _a._ ~1.~ Rising, above the horizon.

~2.~ Superior, predominant, prevailing, prevalent, surpassing.

~Ascendency~, _n._ Power, authority, sway, control, superiority,
government, masterly, masterdom, command, dominion, rule, sovereignty,
supremacy, domination, predominance, controlling influence, advantage
over, upper-hand.

~Ascension~, _n._ Rising, rise, ascent.

~Ascent~, _n._ ~1.~ Rising, rise, ascension.

~2.~ Acclivity, rising ground.

~3.~ Elevation, height, eminence.

~Ascertain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Determine, establish, fix, settle, define,
certify, verify, make certain, make sure.

~2.~ Discover, find out, get at.

~Ascetic~, _a._ Austere, rigid, severe, stern, puritanical,
uncompromising.

~Ascetic~, _n._ Recluse, hermit, anchoret, solitary, solitaire, EREMITE.

~Asceticism~, _n._ Austerity, mortification.

~Ascribable~, _a._ Attributable, traceable, chargeable, imputable,
referrible, owing.

~Ascribe~, _v. a._ Attribute, assign, refer, charge, lay, IMPUTE.

~As good as~, ~1.~ Of equal goodness with.

~2.~ The same as, equivalent to, equal to, tantamount to.

~Ashamed~, _a._ Abashed, confused, put out of countenance.

~Ash-colored~, _a._ Ashy, pale, gray.

~Ashes~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Remains (_of what is burnt_).

~2.~ Corpse, remains (_of the human body_), dead body.

~Ashore~, _ad._ ~1.~ On shore, on land.

~2.~ To the shore.

~3.~ Aground, not afloat.

~4.~ Stranded, wrecked, cast away.

~Ashy~, _a._ ~1.~ Cineritious, cinereous, favillous, like ashes.

~2.~ Pale, pallid, whitish, gray, ash-colored.

~Asiatic cholera~, Spasmodic cholera, cholera asphyxia.

~Aside~, _ad._ ~1.~ Laterally, to the side, to one side.

~2.~ Out of the straight course, out of the true course.

~3.~ Apart, separately, away.

~As if~, As though.

~As it were~, So to speak, so it would seem, so it seems.

~Ask~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Question, interrogate, inquire of, put the
question to.

~2.~ Request, solicit, petition, beseech, implore, supplicate, crave,
beg, desire, entreat, pray for, prefer a petition for, make
application for.

~3.~ Require, claim, demand, challenge, call for.

~Ask~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Petition, beg, pray.

~2.~ Inquire, question, make inquiry.

~Askance~, _ad._ Obliquely, sidewise, askew, aslant, on one side.

~Askant~, _ad._ Obliquely, sidewise, askew, aslant, on one side.

~Asker~, _n._ Inquirer, petitioner, solicitor, solicitant.

~Askew~, _ad._ Awry, aside, askance, aslant, asquint, to one side.

~Aslant~, _ad._ Obliquely, askance, askew, aslope.

~Aslant~, _a._ Oblique, inclined, slanting.

~Asleep~, _a._ Sleeping, fast asleep, in a sound sleep, in the arms of
Morpheus, gone to the land of Nod.

~Aslope~, _ad._ ASLANT, obliquely.

~Aspect~, _n._ ~1.~ Air, mien, countenance, expression, visage, feature.

~2.~ Appearance, view, light, condition, situation, position, state,
attitude, posture.

~3.~ Direction, bearing, relative position.

~Asperity~, _n._ ~1.~ Roughness, ruggedness, unevenness.

~2.~ Acrimony, tartness, sourness, sharpness, causticity, corrosiveness.

~3.~ Harshness, moroseness, sternness, severity, virulence,
crabbedness, bitterness, churlishness, acerbity, sullenness, ill
temper, bad blood.

~Asperse~, _v. a._ Vilify, slander, calumniate, traduce, defame,
scandalize, malign, revile, lampoon, backbite, abuse, disparage,
blacken, blemish, slur, VITUPERATE, run down, detract from, speak ill
of, accuse falsely, damn with faint praise.

~Aspersion~, _n._ Calumny, detraction, slander, defamation, abuse,
vituperation, obloquy, reproach, scandal, backbiting, reviling,
gainsaying, traducing.

~Asphalt~, _n._ Native bitumen, mineral pitch, Jew's pitch.

~Asphaltum~, _n._ Native bitumen, mineral pitch, Jew's pitch.

~Aspirant~, _n._ ~1.~ Aspirer, ambitious person.

~2.~ Candidate, solicitor, solicitant, competitor.

~Aspirant~, _a._ Aspiring, ambitious.

~Aspirate~, _a._ Aspirated, toneless, unintonated, atonic, surd,
pronounced with a simple breathing, not vocal, without vocality,
without tone.

~Aspirate~, _n._ Rough breathing.

~Aspirate~, _v. a._ Pronounce with an aspirate or rough breathing.

~Aspirated~, _a._ ASPIRATE.

~Aspiration~, _n._ ~1.~ Pronouncing with the rough breathing.

~2.~ Longing, yearning, hankering, craving, ardent wish or desire.

~Aspire~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Desire (_earnestly_), long.

~2.~ Ascend, rise, soar, tower, mount.

~Aspirer~, _n._ Aspirant, ambitious person.

~Aspire to~, Desire eagerly, wish for ardently, long for, aim at,
thirst after.

~Aspiring~, _a._ Ambitious, high-reaching.

~Asquint~, _ad._ Askance, askant, awry, askew, obliquely, to one side.

~Ass~, _n._ ~1.~ Jackass, donkey.

~2.~ Dolt, fool, blockhead, simpleton, numskull, ninny, DUNCE.

~Assail~, _v. a._ Assault, attack, invade, oppugn, fall upon, fly at,
bear down upon, make aggression on.

~Assailant~, _n._ Aggressor, assaulter, attacker, invader, assailer.

~Assailant~, _a._ Attacking, invading, assaulting.

~Assailer~, _n._ Aggressor, ASSAILANT.

~Assassin~, _n._ Murderer, slayer, cut-throat, assassinator, bravo.

~Assassinate~, _v. a._ Kill (_by secret assault_), murder, slay,
despatch.

~Assassination~, _n._ Murder (_by secret assault_).

~Assassinator~, _n._ ASSASSIN.

~Assault~, _n._ ~1.~ Attack, onset, onslaught, aggression, invasion,
charge, thrust.

~2.~ Storming, storm.

~Assault~, _v. a._ Assail, attack, charge, invade, STORM, fall upon,
fly at, bear down upon, make aggression on.

~Assay~, _n._ Trial (_particularly to determine the quantity of metal
in an ore_), test, examination, experiment, proof, touchstone, ordeal.

~Assay~, _v. a._ Try, test, put to the test, make trial of.

~Assay~, _v. n._ Try, endeavor, attempt, essay.

~Assemblage~, _n._ ~1.~ Collection, group, cluster, clump, mass,
congeries, pack.

~2.~ Assembly, concourse, company, crowd, throng, congregation,
gathering, meeting.

~Assemble~, _v. a._ Collect, muster, convene, convoke, congregate,
gather, levy, call, call together, bring together, get together.

~Assemble~, _v. n._ Converse, meet, meet together, come together.

~Assembly~, _n._ ~1.~ Company, concourse, throng, congregation,
gathering, collection, assemblage, meeting.

~2.~ Congress, convention, convocation, conclave, synod, diet,
meeting, council, caucus, conventicle, Parliament.

~Assent~, _v. n._ Agree (_as to a matter of opinion_), CONSENT,
concur, acquiesce, subscribe, yield, yield assent, give consent, fall
in, go with the stream, go with the current.

~Assent~, _n._ Consent, agreement, concurrence, acquiescence, allowance.

~Assent to~, Consent to, agree to, give assent to, acquiesce in,
concur in.

~Assert~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Affirm, declare, pronounce, express, aver,
allege, asseverate, protest, avow, predicate, lay down.

~2.~ Vindicate, defend, claim, maintain, uphold.

~Assertion~, _n._ ~1.~ Affirmation, declaration, asseveration,
protestation, position, statement, word, averment, predication, remark.

~2.~ Vindication, defence, maintenance, support.

~Assess~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Tax, charge as one's share.

~2.~ Value, appraise, compute, estimate, rate.

~Assessment~, _n._ ~1.~ Assessing, valuation.

~2.~ Tax, impost, charge, rate.

~Assets~, _n. pl._ Property (_particularly as compared with
liabilities_), effects, possessions, estate.

~Asseverate~, _v. a._ Aver, affirm, declare, ASSERT, protest,
maintain, avow.

~Asseveration~, _n._ Declaration, assertion, avowal, protestation,
affirmation, averment, assurance.

~Assiduity~, _n._ Industry, DILIGENCE, assiduousness, sedulousness,
activity, perseverance, persistence, patience, close application.

~Assiduous~, _a._ Industrious, sedulous, diligent, indefatigable,
notable, active, busy, untiring, unwearied, unremitting, persevering,
persistent, constant, patient, studious, zealous, never-tiring,
painstaking.

~Assiduousness~, _n._ ASSIDUITY.

~Assign~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Apportion, allot, appoint, appropriate, cast.

~2.~ Fix, specify, determine, designate.

~3.~ Adduce, allege, advance, offer, give, present, bring forward.

~4.~ (_Law._) Transfer, convey, make over.

~Assignation~, _n._ ~1.~ Designation.

~2.~ Appointment to meet.

~Assign dower~, (_Law._) Set off (_by metes and bounds_) the widow's
share.

~Assignment~, _n._ ~1.~ Appointment, allotment, apportionment.

~2.~ (_Law._) Transfer, conveyance.

~Assimilate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Liken, make like, bring to a resemblance.

~2.~ Digest, turn to one's own substance.

~Assist~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Help, aid, support, befriend, patronize, serve,
speed, second, abet, back, sustain, co-operate with, take part with,
give support to, minister to.

~2.~ Succor, relieve, SPELL.

~Assistance~, _n._ Help, aid, succor, LIFT, support, patronage,
relief, helping hand, good offices.

~Assistant~, _n._ Coadjutor, helper, aider, co-operator, co-aid, ally,
auxiliary, abettor, ADJUTANT, CLERK, right hand man.

~Assizes~, _n. pl._ Sessions (_of the superior courts in the counties
of England_).

~Associate~, _v. a._ Join, conjoin, unite, connect, combine,
affiliate, yoke, couple, link, bring into close relation.

~Associate~, _v. n._ Fraternize, sort, consort, keep company, be in
familiar intercourse.

~Associate~, _n._ ~1.~ Companion, mate, fellow, yoke-fellow, comrade,
peer, compeer, follower, CONSORT.

~2.~ Partner, copartner, coadjutor, COLLEAGUE, confederate, ally.

~Association~, _n._ ~1.~ Union, connection, conjunction, combination.

~2.~ Society, fraternity, partnership, copartnership, sodality,
company, band, corporation, body, guild, firm, house, confederacy,
confederation, LODGE, club, COTERIE, CLIQUE, joint concern.

~Assort~, _v. a._ Class, classify, rank, group, arrange, distribute,
sort.

~Assort~, _v. n._ Agree, consort, suit, be adapted, be suitable.

~Assortment~, _n._ ~1.~ Assorting, arranging, allotment, distribution,
arrangement.

~2.~ Class, group, set, batch, lot, parcel, stock, store, collection,
pack.

~3.~ Variety of sorts, many kinds.

~Assorted~, _a._ Of various sorts.

~Assuage~, _v. a._ Mitigate, moderate, appease, alleviate, soothe,
soften, mollify, pacify, compose, tranquillize, quiet, still, quell,
allay, abate, temper, attemper, lessen, qualify, relieve, ease, dull,
blunt, lull.

~Assuagement~, _n._ Mitigation, alleviation, pacification, easing,
abatement.

~Assuasive~, _a._ Soothing, assuaging, emollient, lenient, lenitive,
mitigating, mitigative, mild.

~Assume~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Take, undertake, take on, take upon one's self,
be willing to bear.

~2.~ Affect, feign, counterfeit, simulate, pretend to, put on.

~3.~ Arrogate, usurp, claim unduly, make unjust pretensions to.

~4.~ Beg, suppose, presuppose, imply, consider as true, take for
granted.

~Assumed name~, Alias.

~Assuming~, _a._ ~1.~ Presuming, presumptuous, forward, audacious,
bold, shameless, frontless, unblushing, brazen, brazen-faced.

~2.~ Arrogant, proud, lofty, stately, haughty, supercilious,
overbearing, overweening, conceited, consequential, self-conceited,
self-sufficient.

~Assumption~, _n._ ~1.~ Assuming, arrogating, usurpation.

~2.~ Presumption, supposition, conjecture, hypothesis, postulate,
theory.

~3.~ Haughtiness, loftiness, superciliousness, lordliness,
stateliness, conceit, pride, conceitedness, self-conceit, self-
importance, vain-glory, arrogance, insolence, HAUTEUR.

~Assurance~, _n._ ~1.~ Security, certainty, conviction, persuasion,
pledge of certainty, ground of confidence.

~2.~ Promise, engagement, word of honor.

~3.~ Affirmation, assertion, declaration, protestation, asseveration,
averment, avowal.

~4.~ Intrepidity, courage, confidence, firmness, self-reliance.

~5.~ Boldness, effrontery, brass, impudence, impertinence,
presumption, CHEEK, face, front.

~6.~ (_Law._) Insurance.

~Assure~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make certain or sure, free from doubt or
uncertainty.

~2.~ Embolden, encourage, enhearten, hearten, make confident.

~3.~ Declare to (_confidently and earnestly_), vouch to, avow to,
protest to, warrant.

~4.~ (_Law._) Insure, agree to indemnify for loss, secure against loss.

~Assured~, _a._ ~1.~ Certain, indubitable, unquestionable.

~2.~ Confident, sure, secure, sanguine.

~3.~ (_Law._) Insured.

~Assuredly~, _ad._ Certainly, indubitably, undoubtedly,
unquestionably, truly, surely, sure, without doubt.

~Asteism~, _n._ Genteel irony, polite banter or raillery, delicate
ridicule.

~Asterisk~, _n._ Star (_in printing_).

~Astern~, _ad._ (_Naut._) ~1.~ Behind, back.

~2.~ Backward, rearward, abaft.

~Asteroid~, _n._ Small planet.

~As though~, As if.

~Astonish~, _v. a._ Amaze, surprise, astound, confound, shock,
stagger, stupefy, stun, dumfounder, strike dumb, strike with wonder,
petrify with wonder.

~Astonishment~, _n._ Amazement, wonder, surprise, awe, ADMIRATION.

~Astound~, _v. a._ Amaze, ASTONISH.

~Astral~, _a._ Starry, stellar, sidereal.

~Astray~, _ad._ Out of the right way, on the wrong scent.

~Astringent~, _a._ Binding, contracting, styptic.

~Astute~, _a._ ~1.~ Cunning, crafty, intriguing, wily, artful, sly,
subtle, arch, deep, Machiavelian.

~2.~ Shrewd, sagacious, acute, sharp, quick, discerning, ingenious,
perspicacious, keen, intelligent, long-headed, keen-sighted, clear-
sighted, quick-sighted, eagle-eyed.

~Astuteness~, _n._ ~1.~ Cunning, craft, craftiness, subtlety,
artfulness, art, artifice, slyness, deceit, duplicity, wiliness, guile.

~2.~ Shrewdness, acuteness, sharpness, perspicacity, discernment,
penetration, sagacity, ingenuity, mother-wit, quick parts.

~Asunder~, _ad._ Apart, into two parts.

~Asylum~, _n._ ~1.~ Sanctuary, shelter, retreat, refuge, place of
refuge.

~2.~ Charitable institution.

~At a blow~, Suddenly, all at once, by a single stroke, by one effort.

~At all~, In any manner, in any degree, in the least degree, in the
least.

~At all events~, At any rate, in any case, whatever be the case,
happen what may, come what may, let it be as it will, sink or swim.

~At a loss~, Puzzled, perplexed, embarrassed, staggered, posed,
nonplussed, at one's wits' end, hard pressed, at a stand, in doubt, in
difficulty, put to it, put to one's shifts, out of one's depth, beyond
one's depth, in a quandary, at fault, in a dilemma, not know what to do.

~At any rate~, AT ALL EVENTS.

~At a pinch~, In an emergency, in a difficulty, if things come to the
worst.

~At a stand~, ~1.~ Interrupted, stopped.

~2.~ Perplexed, embarrassed, AT A LOSS.

~At dawn~, Early, at break of day, at peep of day, at the opening of
day.

~At discretion~, Without conditions or stipulations.

~At ease~, Untroubled, comfortable, free from pain, at rest.

~At fault~, ~1.~ Off the scent, on the wrong track.

~2.~ Puzzled, perplexed, AT A LOSS.

~At first~, In the beginning, at the commencement, in the outset, at
the start.

~At hand~, Near, nigh, close by, hard by, close to, close upon, close
at hand, within reach.

~At hazard~, Hazarded, AT STAKE.

~At heart~, In principle, in one's true character.

~Atheism~, _n._ Denial of God, disbelief in the existence of God.

~Atheist~, _n._ Unbeliever (_in the existence of God_), INFIDEL,
sceptic, free-thinker.

~Atheistic~, _a._ Godless, given to atheism.

~Atheistical~, _a._ Godless, given to atheism.

~Athlete~, _n._ Combatant, champion, contender for victory.

~Athletic~, _a._ ~1.~ Strong, stout, robust, sturdy, brawny, muscular,
lusty, sinewy, nervous, stalwart, powerful, strapping, Herculean, able-
bodied, made of iron.

~2.~ Gymnastic.

~Athwart~, _prep._ Across, over, from one side of to the other.

~Athwart~, _ad._ ~1.~ Across, crosswise, sidewise, obliquely.

~2.~ Wrong, wrongfully, unseasonably, unsuitably, MALAPROPOS.

~At last~, Finally, in the end, in the upshot.

~At length~, ~1.~ After a long time, after a long while, at last, in
the end.

~2.~ In full, to the full extent, IN EXTENSO.

~Atmosphere~, _n._ Air.

~Atmospheric~, _a._ Aerial, of the atmosphere.

~Atmospherical~, _a._ Aerial, of the atmosphere.

~At odds~, Quarrelling, bickering, at variance.

~Atom~, _n._ ~1.~ Molecule, monad, ultimate particle (_of any
element_), indivisible particle.

~2.~ Corpuscle, scrap, mite, bit, grain, jot, iota, tittle, whit, ace,
scintilla.

~Atomic~, _a._ ~1.~ Of atoms.

~2.~ Small, minute.

~Atomical~, _a._ ~1.~ Of atoms.

~2.~ Small, minute.

~At once~, Immediately, directly, forthwith, straightway, without delay.

~Atone for~, Expiate, make expiation for, make amends for, make
reparation for, do penance for, answer for, pay for.

~Atonement~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Reconciliation, pacification,
concord, agreement.

~2.~ Expiation, propitiation, satisfaction, reparation, amends, peace-
offering, atoning sacrifice.

~Atony~, _n._ (_Med._) Weakness, debility, languor.

~Atrabiliary~, _a._ Melancholy, ATRABILIOUS.

~Atrabilious~, _a._ Melancholy, hypochondriacal, hypped, dejected,
dispirited, depressed, gloomy, sad, sorrowful, blue, desponding,
downcast, down-hearted, chop-fallen, low-spirited, cast down, down in
the mouth, in the dumps, with a long face.

~Atramentous~, _a._ Black, inky.

~At random~, By chance, without choice, without selection, just as it
happens.

~At rest~, ~1.~ Resting, reposing, quiescent.

~2.~ Untroubled, comfortable, at ease, free from pain.

~Atrocious~, _a._ Infamous, villanous, flagitious, heinous, felonious,
flagrant, outrageous, enormous, grievous, diabolical, monstrous,
infernal, hellish, horrible, black, very wicked.

~Atrocity~, _n._ ~1.~ Heinousness, atrociousness, enormity, flagrancy,
villany, flagitiousness, depravity, wickedness.

~2.~ Atrocious crime, flagitious villany.

~Atrophy~, _n._ Emaciation (_from want of nourishment_), consumption,
marasmus, decline, gradual wasting.

~At stake~, Hazarded, risked, pledged, in danger, at hazard.

~Attach~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fasten, tie, join, connect, cement, affix, fix,
append, subjoin, annex, hitch, make fast, set to.

~2.~ Attract, captivate, enamour, endear, charm, win, engage, gain over.

~3.~ (_Law._) Take, seize, distrain, distress.

~Attachment~, _n._ ~1.~ Love, liking, regard, affection, friendship,
fondness, predilection, devotedness, devotion, adhesion, adherence.

~2.~ Adjunct, appendage, appurtenance, addition, addendum.

~3.~ (_Law._) Seizure, distress.

~Attack~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Assail, assault, STORM, encounter, invade,
charge, engage, oppugn, TACKLE, have at, set upon, fly at, run at,
make a run at, rush upon, spring upon, have a fling at, have a cut at,
bear down upon, make aggression on, ride full tilt against, PITCH INTO.

~2.~ Impugn, censure, criticise, reflect upon, pass censure on.

~Attack~, _n._ Assault, onset, onslaught, charge, thrust, encounter,
invasion, aggression, descent, OFFENCE.

~Attacker~, _n._ Assailer, assailant, assaulter, invader, aggressor.

~Attain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Procure (_by effort_), acquire, get, obtain,
gain, win, secure, achieve, compass, accomplish, effect, hit.

~2.~ Reach, arrive at, come to, attain to.

~Attain to~, Reach, attain, arrive at, come to.

~Attainable~, _a._ Compassable, achievable, practicable, feasible,
possible.

~Attainder~, _n._ Corruption of blood.

~Attainment~, _n._ ~1.~ Attaining, getting, acquisition.

~2.~ Acquirement, accomplishment, erudition, learning, information,
enlightenment, wisdom, stock of knowledge, mental resources.

~Attaint~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Taint, corrupt, stain.

~2.~ (_Law._) Punish by corruption of blood.

~Attar of roses~, Oil of roses, ottar of roses, otto of roses.

~Attemper~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Temper, moderate, allay, alleviate, soften,
mollify, assuage, soothe, qualify, appease.

~2.~ Adapt, suit, fit, proportion.

~Attempt~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Try, assay, essay, make trial or experiment of.

~2.~ Undertake, go about, set about, take in hand, endeavor to
accomplish.

~Attempt~, _v. n._ Try, strive, endeavor, seek, aim, make an attempt,
make essay, do one's best, do all that in one lies, strain every
nerve, leave no stone unturned.

~Attempt~, _n._ Effort, trial, essay, endeavor, experiment,
undertaking, enterprise.

~Attend~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Accompany, escort, follow, go with, go along
with, keep company with.

~2.~ Guard, watch, have in keeping.

~3.~ Serve, lackey, minister to, wait on, dance attendance on.

~4.~ Be present at.

~5.~ Await, be in store for, be ready for.

~Attend~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Listen, hearken, hear, give ear, pay attention.

~2.~ Tend, serve, wait, be attendant.

~Attendance~, ~1.~ Presence.

~2.~ Service, ministration, waiting on.

~Attendant~, _a._ Accompanying, attending.

~Attendant~, _n._ ~1.~ Follower, satellite, companion, fellow,
associate, escort.

~2.~ Servant, vassal, servitor, dependant, retainer, squire, domestic,
footman, lackey, VALET, waiter, flunkey, underling, menial,
understrapper, tender.

~3.~ Accompaniment, concomitant, attendant circumstance.

~Attend on~, Accompany, serve, wait on, be in waiting upon, be within
call of.

~Attend to~, ~1.~ Mind, heed, notice, regard, observe, mark, be
attentive to, pay regard to, give heed to, take heed of, take notice
of, give or pay attention to, give a thought to, be mindful of.

~2.~ Look after, look to, see to.

~3.~ Practise, pursue, follow.

~Attention~, _n._ ~1.~ Care, heed, regard, heedfulness, mindfulness,
notice, observation, consideration, advertence, circumspection, watch,
watchfulness.

~2.~ Application, reflection, study.

~3.~ Civility, courtesy, politeness, deference, respect, regard.

~Attentive~, _a._ Mindful, heedful, observant, wary, circumspect,
watchful, careful, thoughtful, regardful, awake, alive, wide awake, on
the alert, on the lookout.

~Attentive to~, Mindful of, occupied with, taken up with, absorbed in.

~Attenuate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dilute, thin, rarefy, make thin, make less
dense.

~2.~ Lessen, diminish, contract, reduce.

~Attenuation~, _n._ Thinning, diminishing, contracting.

~Attest~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Witness, certify, endorse, confirm, ratify,
corroborate, support, authenticate, seal, vouch for, bear out, set
one's hand and seal to.

~2.~ Adjure, invoke, call to witness.

~3.~ Prove, show, exhibit, manifest, confess.

~Attestation~, _n._ Attesting, authentication, confirmation,
testimony, witness, proof, evidence, seal.

~Attic~, _a._ Chaste, classic, classical, pure, correct, refined,
elegant, polished, in good taste.

~Attic~, _n._ ~1.~ Athenian, Athenian author.

~2.~ Garret, loft, cockloft, upper story.

~Atticism~, _n._ Attic idiom or phrase, elegant or concise expression,
happy phrase.

~Attic salt~, Delicate wit.

~Attire~, _v. a._ Dress, clothe, array, apparel, rig, robe, enrobe,
accoutre, equip, fit out, TRICK OUT.

~Attire~, _n._ Dress, clothes, clothing, apparel, raiment, ARRAY,
habit, garb, gear, costume, habiliment, vesture, vestment, outfit,
suit, accoutrement, equipment, toilet, rigging, trappings, TOGGERY,
wardrobe.

~Attitude~, _n._ ~1.~ Posture (_with reference to the expression of
some sentiment_), position.

~2.~ Situation, aspect, phase, standing, predicament

~Attorney~, _n._ ~1.~ Agent, factor, proxy, deputy, substitute.

~2.~ Lawyer, counsellor, counsel, SOLICITOR, advocate, barrister,
attorney-at-law, limb of the law.

~Attract~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Draw, bring into proximity, cause to approach.

~2.~ Allure, invite, entice, engage, win, captivate, fascinate,
endear, charm, enamour.

~Attraction~, _n._ ~1.~ Attracting, drawing.

~2.~ Allurement, lure, fascination, charm, enticement, witchery,
attractiveness.

~Attractive~, _a._ ~1.~ Alluring, inviting, enticing, fascinating,
captivating, charming, winning, bewitching, enchanting, engaging,
interesting, prepossessing, taking, pleasing, pleasant, lovely, sweet.

~2.~ Magnetic, magnetical.

~Attributable~, _a._ Ascribable, imputable, referrible, chargeable,
traceable, owing, to be charged, to be attributed, to be imputed.

~Attribute~, _v. a._ Ascribe, assign, refer, impute, consider as due.

~Attribute~, _n._ Quality, property, characteristic, peculiarity.

~Attrition~, _n._ Abrasion, friction, rubbing.

~Attune~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Set to a tune, make musical.

~2.~ Tune, accord, harmonize, modulate, put in tune.

~At variance~, Quarrelling, bickering, at odds.

~Auburn~, _a._ Nut-brown, chestnut-colored, reddish-brown.

~Auction~, _n._ Vendue, cant, public sale, auction sale.

~Auctioneer~, _n._ Vendue-master.

~Audacious~, _a._ ~1.~ Bold, daring, fearless, courageous, intrepid,
venturesome, dauntless, undaunted, valiant, stout-hearted.

~2.~ Presumptuous, assuming, forward, impudent, insolent.

~Audaciousness~, _n._ AUDACITY.

~Audacity~, _n._ ~1.~ Boldness, daring, fearlessness, courage,
intrepidity, venturesomeness, hardihood.

~2.~ Impudence, insolence, impertinence, sauciness, effrontery,
presumptuousness, presumption, assurance, face, front, brass, CHEEK.

~Audience~, _n._ ~1.~ Hearing.

~2.~ Auditory, assembly of hearers.

~Audience-chamber~, _n._ Divan, council-chamber, state-chamber.

~Audit~, _v. a._ Examine (_as accounts, to ascertain whether they are
correct or not_).

~Audit~, _n._ ~1.~ Examination of accounts.

~2.~ Final account.

~Auditor~, _n._ ~1.~ Hearer, listener.

~2.~ Examiner of accounts.

~Auditory~, _n._ Audience, assembly of hearers.

~Au fait~, [Fr.] Skilful, skilled, expert, at home, in one's element.

~Aught~, _n._ Any thing.

~Augment~, _v. a._ Enlarge, increase, magnify, add to, make larger.

~Augment~, _v. n._ Increase, grow larger.

~Augmentation~, _n._ Increase, enlargement, extension, addition,
accession.

~Augur~, _n._ Soothsayer, prophet, fortune-teller.

~Augur~, _v. n._ Prophesy, conjecture, predict, guess.

~Augur~, _v. a._ Portend, forebode, presage, foreshow, foreshadow,
prognosticate, betoken, foretell, predict, prophesy, be ominous of.

~Augury~, _n._ ~1.~ Prognostication, prognostic, prediction, prophecy,
vaticination.

~2.~ Omen, sign, auspice, portent, presage, prognostic, precursor,
forerunner, harbinger, herald.

~August~, _a._ Imposing, awful, solemn, venerable, majestic, stately,
pompous, great, regal, noble, dignified, kingly, princely,
magnificent, superb.

~Auld lang syne~, [_Scotch._] Antiquity, old times, former times, days
of yore, the olden time, time gone by, days gone by.

~Aureate~, _a._ Golden, yellow, gold-colored.

~Aurelia~, _n._ (_Ent._) Chrysalis, pupa, nympha.

~Aureola~, _n._ [L.] Halo, glory.

~Auricle~, _n._ Pavilion, external ear.

~Aurora~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Mythol._) Goddess of Morning.

~2.~ Daybreak, dawn, morning, morn, sunrise, break of day, opening of
day, peep of day, first blush of the morning.

~Aurora borealis~, [L.] Northern lights, polar lights.

~Auspice~, _n._ Omen, AUGURY, sign, portent, presage, prognostic.

~Auspices~, _n. pl._ Favor, influence, patronage, protection, support.

~Auspicious~, _a._ ~1.~ Prosperous, successful, fortunate, lucky,
happy, red-letter.

~2.~ Propitious, promising, favorable, seasonable, opportune, golden,
bright.

~Austere~, _a._ ~1.~ Rough (_to the taste_), sour and astringent.

~2.~ Severe, rigid, strict, formal, stiff, rigorous, harsh, stern,
difficult, hard, uncompromising, unrelenting, relentless, ascetic,
straight-laced.

~Austerity~, _n._ Severity, rigor, sternness, harshness, asceticism.

~Authentic~, _a._ ~1.~ Genuine, real, true, veritable, pure,
uncorrupted, unadulterated, not false, not spurious, not fictitious,
not apocryphal, what it purports to be.

~2.~ Trustworthy, RELIABLE, authoritative, of approved authority, to
be depended on, worthy of belief.

~Authenticate~, _v. a._ Verify, seal, attest, give credit or validity
to, prove to be genuine.

~Authentication~, _n._ Verification, attestation, seal, confirmation.

~Authenticity~, _n._ ~1.~ Genuineness.

~2.~ Trustworthiness.

~Author~, _n._ ~1.~ Originator, inventor, maker, creator, father,
former, contriver, first cause.

~2.~ Writer, composer.

~Authoritative~, _a._ ~1.~ Official, commanding, by authority, EX
CATHEDRA.

~2.~ Dictatorial, imperative, imperious, magisterial, oracular,
peremptory, dogmatic.

~Authorities~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Magistrates, officials, persons in office.

~2.~ Precedents, decisions, judgments.

~Authority~, _n._ ~1.~ Power, sovereignty, dominion, empire, government.

~2.~ Rule, sway, ascendency, supremacy, control, influence, interest.

~3.~ Permission, warrant, warranty, liberty, permit, precept, order,
authorization, sanction.

~4.~ Witness, testimony.

~5.~ Credibility, weight of evidence.

~6.~ Respectability, dignity, weight of character.

~Authorize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Sanction, justify, warrant, legalize,
support by authority.

~2.~ Empower, commission, permit, allow, give permission to, give
leave to, give authority to.

~Autochthonal~, _a._ Aboriginal, original, primitive, primeval,
pristine, primary, first, native, indigenous.

~Autochthonous~, _a._ Aboriginal, original, primitive, primeval,
pristine, primary, first, native, indigenous.

~Autocracy~, _n._ Dictatorship, absolutism, despotism, tyranny,
arbitrary power, absolute power.

~Autocrat~, _n._ Dictator, despot, tyrant, absolute ruler.

~Autocratic~, _a._ Absolute, despotic.

~Automatic~, _a._ Self-moving, self-acting.

~Autopsy~, _n._ ~1.~ Ocular evidence, personal examination.

~2.~ Post-mortem examination.

~Autumn~, _n._ Fall, fall of the leaf.

~Auxiliary~, _a._ Aiding, helping, assisting, ancillary, subsidiary,
helpful.

~Auxiliary~, _n._ Helper, assistant, coadjutor, adjutant, co-
operative, ally, confederate, right-hand man.

~Avail~, _v. a._ Benefit, profit, be of advantage to.

~Avail one's self of~, Use, employ, take advantage of, turn to
account, make use of.

~Avail~, _v. n._ Be of advantage, do good, be of use, answer the
purpose.

~Avail~, _n._ Profit, advantage, benefit, use, utility, service.

~Avails~, _n. pl._ Proceeds, profits, returns.

~Available~, _a._ ~1.~ To be availed of, to be turned to account.

~2.~ Serviceable, useful, profitable, advantageous, beneficial.

~3.~ Suitable or fit (_for some purpose_), likely to answer the end.

~Avant-courier~, _n._ Harbinger, forerunner, herald.

~Avant-guard~, _n._ Van, advanced guard.

~Avarice~, _n._ Penuriousness, cupidity, niggardliness, closeness,
covetousness.

~Avaricious~, _a._ Miserly, penurious, parsimonious, sordid,
illiberal, niggardly, mercenary, close, stingy, mean, grasping, close-
fisted, hard-fisted, COVETOUS, eager for gain (_for the sake of
hoarding it_).

~Avast~, _interj._ (_Naut._) Hold, stop, stay, enough.

~Avaunt~, _interj._ Hence, begone, be off, get you gone.

~Avenge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Take satisfaction for, award just punishment for.

~2.~ Revenge, vindicate (_by punishment of an offender_), inflict
punishment in behalf of.

~3.~ [_So used by the translators of the Bible._] Take revenge upon,
treat revengefully.

~Avengement~, _n._ [_Rare._] Avenging.

~Avenue~, _n._ ~1.~ Passage, entrance, entry, access, way of approach,
passage-way.

~2.~ Alley, walk, street, road, path.

~3.~ Channel, route, way, pass.

~Aver~, _v. a._ Assert, affirm, declare, asseverate, protest, avouch,
allege, say, pronounce, predicate.

~Average~, _n._ ~1.~ Medium, mean proportion, medial sum or quantity.

~2.~ Mediocrity, medial standard, average standard.

~Average~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Equate, reduce to an average, reduce to a mean.

~2.~ (_Com._) Proportion, distribute proportionally.

~Average~, _v. n._ Amount to, or result in, when the mean is taken.

~Average~, _a._ ~1.~ Medial, mean.

~2.~ Middling, ordinary, passable, moderate, tolerable, well enough,
pretty well, not bad.

~Averment~, _n._ Affirmation, declaration, assertion, remark,
asseveration, protestation, avowal, word.

~Avernus~, _n._ (_Mythol._) Hell, Tartarus, Hades, Erebus, the lower
world, the infernal regions, shades below.

~Averse~, _a._ Unwilling, disinclined, indisposed, reluctant, loath,
backward, adverse, opposed.

~Aversion~, _n._ ~1.~ Dislike, distaste, disrelish, disinclination,
reluctance, unwillingness, repugnance, backwardness.

~2.~ ANTIPATHY, hatred, loathing, disgust, nausea, detestation,
abhorrence, horror.

~Avert~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Turn aside, turn away, turn off.

~2.~ Prevent, divert, preclude, FOREFEND, ward off, keep off.

~Avid~, _a._ [_Rare._] Eager, greedy.

~Avidity~, _n._ ~1.~ Eagerness, longing, yearning, intense desire.

~2.~ Greediness, craving, voracity, rapacity, voraciousness,
ravenousness, canine appetite.

~Avocation~, _n._ Occasional business (_business that calls aside_).

~Avoid~, _v. a._ ~1.~ SHUN (_in a negative sense, or denoting care
only without positive exertion_), eschew, escape, blink, elude, keep
away from, keep aloof from, keep out of the way of, withdraw from,
keep clear of, be shy of, fight shy of, have nothing to do with.

~2.~ Forbear, help, refrain from.

~Avoset~, _n._ Scooper.

~Avouch~, _v. a._ Affirm, assert, asseverate, declare, protest,
allege, say, maintain.

~Avow~, _v. a._ Acknowledge, confess, own, profess, declare, affirm.

~Avowal~, _n._ Acknowledgment, confession, declaration, profession,
manifesto.

~Await~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Expect, abide, wait for, stay for, look for, be
in readiness for.

~2.~ Attend, be in store for, be prepared for, be ready for.

~Awake~, _a._ ~1.~ Not asleep.

~2.~ Attentive, watchful, vigilant, alive, on the alert.

~Awake~, _v. a._ & _n._ AWAKEN.

~Awaken~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Awake, wake, rouse from sleep.

~2.~ Arouse, excite, kindle, spur, incite, stimulate, provoke, stir up.

~Awaken~, _v. n._ Wake, waken, be awakened, be roused from sleep.

~Awakening~, _n._ Revival.

~Award~, _v. a._ Adjudge, decrees.

~Award~, _n._ Judgment, decree, adjudication, determination, decision.

~Aware~, _a._ Mindful, conscious, cognizant, observant, apprised,
sensible, convinced, persuaded.

~Away~, _ad._ ~1.~ Absent, gone, off, from home, at a distance, not
present.

~2.~ Begone, let us go.

~Away with~, Take away.

~Awe~, _n._ ~1.~ Reverence, veneration, reverential fear.

~2.~ Dread, fearfulness.

~Awe~, _v. a._ Overawe, intimidate, frighten, affright, daunt, cow,
inspire with awe.

~Awe-struck~, _a._ Dismayed, horrified, appalled, terrified,
frightened, panic-stricken, horror-struck.

~Awful~, _a._ ~1.~ Venerable, august, grand, stately, imposing,
solemn, majestic.

~2.~ Dread, dreadful, fearful, horrible, horrid, terrible, dire,
direful, frightful, appalling, tremendous.

~3.~ [_Vulgar._] Ugly, homely, unsightly, ill-looking.

~Awhile~, _ad._ For a time, for some time, some time, for a while.

~Awkward~, _a._ ~1.~ Unskilful, bungling, unhandy, maladroit, inapt,
without dexterity.

~2.~ Unwieldy, unmanageable, inconvenient, unfit, lumbering.

~3.~ Uncouth, unrefined, unpolished, uncourtly, rude, rough, clumsy,
coarse, wooden, inelegant, ungainly, untoward, ungraceful, stiff,
constrained, uneasy, rustic, boorish, clownish, loutish, gawky,
lubberly, slouching.

~Awned~, _a._ (_Bot._) Aristate, bearded.

~Awning~, _n._ Canopy, tilt.

~Awry~, _ad._ ~1.~ Obliquely, asquint, askance.

~2.~ Perversely, wrong.

~Awry~, _a._ Oblique, slanting, distorted, crooked, wry.

~Axilla~, _n._ [L. _pl. Axillæ_.] (_Anat._) Armpit.

~Axiom~, _n._ ~1.~ Truism, self-evident proposition, intuitive truth,
necessary truth.

~2.~ Postulate, established principle (_not of necessity true_),
proposition commonly received, assumed truth.

~Axiomatic~, _a._ Self-evident, certain, positive, absolute.

~Axiomatical~, _a._ Self-evident, certain, positive, absolute.

~Axis~, _n._ Shaft, spindle, arbor.

~Ay~, _ad._ Yes.

~Aye~, _ad._ Yes.

~Aye~, _ad._ [_Poetical._] Always, for ever.

~Azote~, _n._ Nitrogen.

~Azure~, _a._ Blue, cerulean, sky-colored, sky-blue.

~Azure~, _n._ Blue, sky-color.



B


~Babble~, _v.n._ ~1.~ Prattle, jabber, chatter, talk inarticulately.

~2.~ Prate, chat, gossip, palaver, tattle, be loquacious, talk idly or
thoughtlessly.

~Babble~, _v. a._ Tell (_foolishly_), prate, utter, prate about.

~Babble~, _n._ Prattle, palaver, chit-chat, gabble, twaddle, chatter,
balderdash, platitude, flummery, wish-wash, stuff, moonshine, fudge,
trash, nonsense, small talk, idle talk, childish or foolish talk,
frothy discourse.

~Babbling~, _n._ ~1.~ Prattle, BABBLE.

~2.~ Garrulity, loquacity, loquaciousness, talkativeness.

~Babe~, _n._ Infant, baby, nursling, suckling, chit, brat, bantling,
BAIRN, little one.

~Babel~, _n._ Confusion, disorder, tumult, pother, hurly-burly.

~Baby~, _n._ Infant, BABE.

~Babyhood~, _n._ Infancy.

~Baccalaureate~, _n._ Degree of bachelor of arts.

~Baccate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Of a pulpy nature (_like a berry_).

~Bacchanal~, _n._ Reveller, carouser, bacchanalian.

~Bacchanal~, _a._ Riotous, revelling, noisy, bacchanalian.

~Bacchanalian~, _n._ and _a._ BACCHANAL.

~Bacchanals~, _n. pl._ Revelry, revels, orgies, carousal, debauch,
drunken frolic, potation, compotation, wassail, Saturnalia, drunken
feasts.

~Back~, _n._ ~1.~ Upper part, outer part.

~2.~ Hinder part.

~Back~, _a._ ~1.~ Remote.

~2.~ Hindmost, in the rear.

~3.~ In a backward direction.

~Back~, _ad._ ~1.~ To the place of starting.

~2.~ Backward, rearward, abaft, in the rear, towards what is behind.

~3.~ In return, in recompense.

~Back~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Assist, aid, second, support, countenance, favor,
sustain, abet, side with, stand by, take part with, give support to,
co-operate with, back up.

~2.~ Move backward.

~Backbite~, _v. a._ Defame, traduce, malign, slander, revile,
calumniate, libel, lampoon, asperse, vilify, blacken, abuse,
scandalize, run down, speak ill of.

~Backbiter~, _n._ Slanderer, defamer, traducer, calumniator, libeller.

~Backbiting~, _n._ Detraction, defamation, aspersion, slander,
calumny, contumely, obloquy.

~Backbone~, _n._ ~1.~ Spine, spinal column, vertebral column.

~2.~ Firmness, nerve, resolution, courage, pluck, hardihood, manhood.

~Backhanded~, _a._ ~1.~ Inclining to the left hand (_as writing_).

~2.~ Outward and backward.

~3.~ Indirect, unfair.

~Back-house~, _n._ Privy, necessary, jakes, water-closet.

~Back out~, [_Colloquial._] Withdraw from a bargain, not keep a
promise, not stand to an engagement.

~Backslide~, _v. n._ Apostatize, fall off, fall away, break faith.

~Backslider~, _n._ Apostate, deserter, renegade.

~Backsliding~, _n._ Apostasy.

~Back up~, Support, sustain, assist, aid, help, BACK.

~Backward~, _a._ ~1.~ Averse, unwilling, reluctant, loath,
disinclined, indisposed, wavering, hesitating.

~2.~ Dull, sluggish, slow, stupid, stolid.

~3.~ Late, tardy, behindhand, after the usual time.

~Backward~, _ad._ Regressively, rearwards, aback, behind, ABAFT.

~Backwards~, _ad._ Regressively, rearwards, aback, behind, ABAFT.

~Bad~, _a._ ~1.~ Evil, ill, baneful, deleterious, pernicious,
mischievous, noxious, hurtful, injurious, detrimental, unwholesome.

~2.~ Wicked, depraved, abandoned, dishonest, unfair, disingenuous,
rascally, villanous.

~3.~ Untoward, unlucky, unfortunate, unwelcome.

~4.~ Vile, wretched, sorry, mean, shabby, scurvy, abominable.

~5.~ Poor, inferior.

~Bad blood~, Rancor, venom, bitterness, acrimony, harshness,
sternness, asperity, crabbedness, churlishness, moroseness,
sullenness, ill temper.

~Bad faith~, Perfidy, dishonesty, unfairness, faithlessness, want of
faith, breach of faith.

~Badge~, _n._ Mark of distinction, token of office, sign of authority.

~Badger~, _v. a._ Persecute, tease, worry, harry, annoy, vex, plague,
harass, torment, pester, trouble, bother, hector.

~Badinage~, _n._ [Fr.] Raillery, banter, ASTEISM, light talk, small
talk, trifling or playful discourse.

~Baffle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disconcert, frustrate, foil, elude, balk,
circumvent.

~2.~ Confound, bewilder, perplex, out-general, out-manœuvre.

~Bag~, _n._ Sack, pouch.

~Bagatelle~, _n._ [Fr.] Trifle, small matter, thing of no consequence
or importance.

~Baggage~, _n._ Luggage, bag and baggage.

~Bagnio~, _n._ ~1.~ Bath, bathing-house.

~2.~ Brothel, stew, bawdy-house, whore-house, house of prostitution,
house of ill-fame.

~Bail~, _n._ ~1.~ Security, surety.

~2.~ Handle (_of a pail_, &c.).

~Bail~, _v. a._ Admit to bail.

~Bairn~, _n._ [_Scottish._] Child, BABE.

~Bait~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put bait upon.

~2.~ Furnish with a meal.

~Bait~, _v. n._ Take refreshment (_on a journey_).

~Bait~, _n._ ~1.~ Lure, decoy, allurement, enticement, temptation.

~2.~ Refreshment (_on a journey_).

~Bake~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Harden (_by heat_).

~2.~ Cook (_by direct heat_).

~Balance~, _n._ ~1.~ Pair of scales.

~2.~ Equipoise, equilibrium, equality of weight.

~3.~ Excess, overplus, surplus.

~4.~ [_Low, U. S._] Rest, residue, remainder.

~Balance~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Poise, keep in equipoise, hold in equilibrium.

~2.~ Counterpoise, counteract, neutralize, countervail,
counterbalance, compensate, make up for.

~3.~ (_Com._) Equalize, make equal.

~Balance-fish~, _n._ Hammer-fish, hammer-headed shark (_Zygœna
vulgaris_).

~Bald~, _a._ ~1.~ Without hair (_on the head_).

~2.~ Unadorned, inelegant, prosaic, dull, meagre, vapid, tame.

~Balderdash~, _n._ Verbiage, palaver, twaddle, chatter, trash, stuff,
moonshine, platitude, flummery, fudge, wish-wash, jargon, nonsense,
senseless prate, frothy discourse, idle talk.

~Baldric~, _n._ Shoulder belt.

~Bale~, _n._ Bundle, package.

~Baleen~, _n._ Whalebone.

~Bale-fire~, _n._ Beacon-fire.

~Baleful~, _a._ Hurtful, injurious, noxious, mischievous, pernicious,
baneful, ruinous, deadly, fraught with evil.

~Balk~, _v. a._ Disappoint, frustrate, defeat, foil, baffle,
disconcert, thwart.

~Balky~, _a._ [_U. S._] Perverse (_said of a horse_), unruly,
refractory, wayward, contrary, stubborn, obstinate.

~Ball~, _n._ ~1.~ Globe, sphere.

~2.~ Dance, entertainment of dancing.

~3.~ Game of ball.

~Ballad~, _n._ Light poem, sentimental song.

~Ballast~, _n._ ~1.~ Weight (_for steadiness_), ballasting.

~2.~ Prudence, discretion, judgment, sense, wisdom, TACT, GUMPTION,
common sense.

~Ballast~, _v. a._ Put ballast into.

~Ballasting~, _n._ Ballast.

~Ballooning~, _n._ Aëronautics, aërostation.

~Balloonist~, _n._ Aëronaut, aërial navigator.

~Balmy~, _a._ ~1.~ Soothing, refreshing, easing, assuaging, lenitive,
sedative.

~2.~ Fragrant, odoriferous, odorous, aromatic, aromatous, ambrosial,
spicy, sweet-smelling, sweet-scented.

~Baltimore oriole~, Golden robin, hang-bird, fiery hang-bird (_Icterus
Baltimore_ or _Oriolus Baltimore_).

~Bam~, _n._ [_Low._] Cheat, imposition, imposture, fraud,
circumvention, trick.

~Bam~, _v. a._ [_Low._] Cheat, BAMBOOZLE.

~Bamboozle~, _v. a._ Deceive, cheat, dupe, beguile, mislead, inveigle,
gull, trick, chouse, overreach, circumvent, defraud, diddle, BAM.

~Ban~, _n._ ~1.~ Proclamation, edict.

~2.~ Curse, malediction, excommunication, denunciation, execration,
anathema.

~Band~, _n._ ~1.~ Tie, ligature, ligament.

~2.~ Cord, chain, fetter, manacle, shackle, bond.

~3.~ Bandage, fillet, binding.

~4.~ Company (_especially of instrumental musicians_), troop, gang,
crew, horde, party, body, club, junto, COTERIE, CLIQUE, society,
sodality, association.

~Bandage~, _n._ Fillet, band, binding.

~Bandit~, _n._ Outlaw, robber, brigand, freebooter, footpad,
highwayman, marauder.

~Banditti~, _n. pl._ Band of outlaws or robbers.

~Bandy~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Toss, toss about, toss to and fro.

~2.~ Exchange, interchange, give and take.

~Bane~, _n._ ~1.~ Poison, venom.

~2.~ Pest, scourge, curse, ruin.

~Baneful~, _a._ ~1.~ Poisonous, venomous.

~2.~ Destructive, noxious, hurtful, injurious, pernicious,
mischievous, baleful, deadly, ruinous, fraught with evil.

~Banewort~, _n._ Belladonna, dwale, deadly-nightshade (_Atropa
Belladonna_).

~Banging~, _a._ [_Low._] Huge, large, great.

~Banian~, _n._ (_Bot._) Indian fig-tree (_Ficus Indicus_).

~Banish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Exile, expatriate, ostracize, expel from the
country.

~2.~ Exclude, shut out, drive away, put out of mind.

~Banishment~, _n._ Exile, expatriation, ostracism, expulsion,
proscription.

~Bang~, _v. a._ Beat, thump, pound, strike, knock, maul, pommel,
thwack, WALLOP, deal roughly with.

~Bankrupt~, _a._ Insolvent.

~Bankrupt~, _n._ Insolvent debtor.

~Bankruptcy~, _n._ Insolvency.

~Banner~, _n._ Flag, standard, streamer, ensign, pennon, colors.

~Banquet~, _n._ Feast, entertainment, treat.

~Banquet~, _v. n._ Feast, be regaled with good eating and drinking.

~Banquet~, _v. a._ Treat with a banquet or feast.

~Banter~, _v. a._ Jeer, joke, rally, quiz, ridicule, taunt, twit,
deride, mock, make fun of, make sport of, make merry with, play upon,
make a butt of.

~Banter~, _n._ Raillery, ridicule, mockery, derision, persiflage,
pleasantry, BADINAGE, ASTEISM, joking, jesting, quizzing, frivolous
talk, small talk.

~Bantling~, _n._ Infant, babe, baby, chit, brat, nursling, suckling,
BAIRN, little child, little one, young one.

~Baptize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Administer baptism to.

~2.~ Christen.

~Bar~, _n._ ~1.~ Obstacle, hinderance, obstruction, barrier,
BARRICADE, stop, impediment.

~2.~ Rail, railing.

~3.~ Tribunal, judgment-seat.

~4.~ Body of lawyers.

~Bar~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fasten with a bar.

~2.~ Hinder, obstruct, stop, prevent.

~3.~ Exclude, shut out.

~Barb~, _n._ ~1.~ Beard (_or excrescences like a beard_), wattles.

~2.~ Horse (_of the Barbary breed_).

~Barbadoes tar~, Petroleum, rock-oil, Seneca oil, mineral pitch,
mineral tar, mineral oil.

~Barbarian~, _n._ ~1.~ Savage.

~2.~ Brute, ruffian, brutal monster.

~Barbarian~, _a._ ~1.~ Uncivilized, rude, savage, BARBAROUS, barbaric.

~2.~ Inhuman, brutal, cruel, unfeeling, ruthless, truculent,
ferocious, fierce, fell, bloody, brutish.

~Barbaric~, _a._ ~1.~ Foreign, outlandish, exotic, not native.

~2.~ Barbarian, barbarous, uncivilized, rude, savage.

~Barbarism~, _n._ ~1.~ Incivility, rudeness, savageness, Vandalism,
Gothicism, barbarous state, uncivilized condition.

~2.~ Vulgarism, slang, unauthorized expression.

~Barbarity~, _n._ Cruelty, savageness, brutality, brutishness,
ferociousness, ferocity, inhumanity, truculence, hardness of heart,
manners of a barbarian.

~Barbarous~, _a._ ~1.~ Uncivilized, rough, coarse, rude, untutored,
ignorant, unlettered, uncultivated, savage, barbarian, barbaric.

~2.~ Cruel, inhuman, brutal, brutish, ferocious, ruthless, fell,
truculent, fierce, bloody.

~3.~ Uncouth (_as a word or an expression_), harsh, vulgar, contrary
to good usage.

~Barbed~, _a._ ~1.~ Bearded.

~2.~ Clad in armor.

~Barberry~, _n._ Pepperidge-bush.

~Bard~, _n._ ~1.~ Poet, minstrel.

~2.~ Caparison, horse-armor, trappings for a horse.

~Bare~, _a._ ~1.~ Naked, nude, denuded, uncovered, unclothed, undressed.

~2.~ Simple, sheer, mere.

~Bare~, _v. a._ Strip, uncover, make bare.

~Barefaced~, _a._ ~1.~ Undisguised, unreserved, unconcealed, palpable,
conspicuous, glaring, notable, notorious.

~2.~ Impudent, presumptuous, shameless, audacious.

~Barely~, _ad._ Merely, simply, only.

~Bargain~, _n._ ~1.~ Compact, agreement, stipulation, covenant,
contract, convention, concordat, treaty, indenture.

~2.~ Cheap purchase, purchase on favorable terms, good bargain.

~Bargain~, _v. n._ Contract, agree, stipulate, covenant, make a bargain.

~Barilla~, _n._ Carbonate of soda (_impure_), kelp.

~Bark~, _v. n._ Yelp.

~Bark up the wrong tree~, [_Colloquial._] Mistake, err, make a
mistake, BE IN THE WRONG BOX.

~Barm~, _n._ Yeast, ferment, leaven.

~Barmy~, _a._ Yeasty.

~Barren~, _a._ ~1.~ Unprolific, incapable of bearing offspring, not
prolific.

~2.~ Unfertile, fruitless, unproductive, sterile, ACARPOUS.

~3.~ Scanty, not copious.

~Barricade~, _n._ Obstruction (_as in the streets of a city to serve
as a fortification_), BARRIER.

~Barricade~, _v. a._ Obstruct, block up, stop up.

~Barrier~, _n._ Obstruction, obstacle, hinderance, bar, BARRICADE,
stop, impediment.

~Barrister~, _n._ Advocate (_admitted to plead at the bar_),
counsellor, counsel, lawyer, attorney, SOLICITOR, attorney at law,
limb of the law.

~Barrow~, _n._ ~1.~ Wheelbarrow.

~2.~ Mound, hillock.

~3.~ Hog (_especially a castrated hog_).

~Barter~, _v. n._ Make exchanges, traffic by exchanges.

~Barter~, _v. a._ Give in exchange, barter away.

~Barter~, _n._ Exchange, traffic by exchange.

~Barter away~, BARTER.

~Baryta~, _n._ Oxide of barium.

~Barytes~, _n._ Heavy spar, sulphate of baryta.

~Base~, _a._ ~1.~ Ignoble, plebeian, vulgar, untitled, nameless,
unhonored, base-born, of low birth.

~2.~ Vile, low, mean, despicable, contemptible, beggarly, abject,
grovelling, sordid, servile, slavish, menial, sorry, worthless,
pitiful, low-minded, rascally.

~3.~ Shameful, disreputable, disgraceful, discreditable, dishonorable,
scandalous, infamous.

~Base~, _n._ ~1.~ Basis, foundation, ground, groundwork, lowest part.

~2.~ (_Surveying._) Base-line.

~3.~ (_Chem._) Principal element (_of a compound_).

~Base-born~, _a._ BASE, of low birth.

~Base-line~, _n._ (_Surveying._) Base.

~Basement~, _n._ Ground-floor, lowest story.

~Base-minded~, _a._ Mean, low, vile, grovelling, beggarly, pitiful,
despicable, abject, low-minded, mean-spirited.

~Baseness~, _n._ ~1.~ Meanness, vileness, despicableness,
contemptibleness, abasement, worthlessness, abjectness.

~2.~ Disgrace, ignominy, infamy, shame, dishonor, turpitude.

~Bashful~, _a._ Shy, timid, timorous, coy, diffident, sheepish,
shamefaced, over-modest, not self-possessed.

~Bashfulness~, _n._ Shyness, timidity, coyness, diffidence, self-
distrust, excessive modesty.

~Basilisk~, _n._ Cockatrice.

~Basis~, _n._ Base, foundation, ground, groundwork, lowest part.

~Bask~, _v. n._ Lie in the sun, be exposed to a pleasant heat.

~Bask~, _v. a._ Expose to sunshine or to a pleasant heat.

~Bass~, _a._ (_Mus._) Low, deep, grave.

~Basset~, _v. n._ (_Geol._) Crop out.

~Bassetting~, _n._ Cropping out, out-crop.

~Bastard~, _n._ Love-child, illegitimate child, natural child.

~Bastard~, _a._ ~1.~ Illegitimate.

~2.~ Spurious, false, counterfeit, not genuine.

~Baste~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Beat (_with a stick_), cudgel, cane, drub, thrash.

~2.~ Moisten with fat.

~3.~ Sew (_with long stitches_).

~Bastinado~, _n._ Cudgelling or beating (_on the soles of the feet_).

~Bastinado~, _v. a._ Cudgel or beat (_on the soles of the feet_).

~Batch~, _n._ Certain quantity (_as of bread, ore, &c., treated at one
time_).

~Bate~, _v. a._ Abate, lessen, diminish, decrease, reduce, rebate,
remit.

~Bathe~, _v. a._ Wash, lave.

~Bathe~, _v. n._ Wash the body, go into a bath, take a bath.

~Bathos~, _n._ Anticlimax.

~Bating~, _prep._ Except, excepting.

~Batten~, _n._ Thin strip.

~Batten~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fasten with battens.

~2.~ Fatten, make fat.

~Batten~, _v. n._ Grow fat.

~Batter~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Beat, smite, pelt, dash against.

~2.~ Bruise, break, shatter, shiver, smash, demolish, destroy, strike
down, knock down, shake to pieces, shiver to pieces.

~Batter~, _v. n._ (_Masonry._) Slope backward.

~Batter~, _n._ (_Masonry._) Slope backward.

~Battle~, _n._ Combat, engagement, action, conflict, contest, fight,
rencontre, collision, skirmish, brush, affair.

~Battle array~, Order of battle.

~Bawble~, _n._ Trinket, gewgaw, toy, trifle, plaything, gimcrack,
knack, knick-knack, JIGGUMBOB.

~Bawd~, _n._ Procurer, pander, pimp.

~Bawdy~, _a._ Obscene, filthy, indecent, impure, smutty, lewd.

~Bawdy-house~, _n._ Brothel, stew, bagnio, whore-house, house of
prostitution, house of ill fame.

~Bawl~, _v. n._ Hoot, shout, vociferate, yell, howl, roar, cry, squall.

~Bay~, _a._ Reddish-brown.

~Bay~, _n._ ~1.~ Bight, inlet of the sea.

~2.~ Recess (_as in a room_), opening.

~3.~ Compartment.

~4.~ Bay-tree, laurel-tree (_Laurus nobilis_).

~Bay~, _v. n._ Bark.

~Bayberry~, _n._ Wax-myrtle (_Myrica cerifera_).

~Bay-rum~, _n._ Spirit of Myrcia (_rum distilled with the leaves of
Myrcia acris_).

~Bays~, _n. pl._ Crown, garland, wreath, honorary distinction.

~Bay-salt~, _n._ Common salt (_as obtained by evaporation of sea-
water_), chloride of sodium.

~Bay-tree~, _n._ BAY, laurel-tree.

~Bazaar~, _n._ Market-place.

~Be~, _v. n._ Exist (_whether in fact or in imagination_), subsist,
have existence, have being.

~Beach~, _n._ Shore, coast, strand, seaboard, seacoast.

~Beacon~, _n._ ~1.~ Signal-fire.

~2.~ Mark, sign, signal.

~Beak~, _n._ ~1.~ Bill, mandible, neb.

~2.~ Prow, bow, stem.

~Beam~, _n._ ~1.~ GIRDER, piece of timber.

~2.~ Ray, pencil, streak, gleam, GLIMMER.

~Beam~, _v. n._ Shine, emit rays.

~Beam~, _v. a._ Shoot forth, emit in rays or beams.

~Beamy~, _a._ Radiant, beaming.

~Bear~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Uphold, support, sustain, hold up.

~2.~ Carry, transport, convey, waft.

~3.~ Possess, have, hold.

~4.~ Endure, suffer, undergo, brook, tolerate, abide, put up with,
bear with, take patiently or easily, have patience with, submit to.

~5.~ Admit, permit, allow, admit of, be capable of.

~6.~ Maintain, keep up, carry on.

~7.~ Entertain, cherish, harbor.

~8.~ Be answerable for, be charged with.

~9.~ Produce, yield.

~10.~ Generate, beget, bring forth, give birth to.

~11.~ Exhibit, utter, show, give.

~Bear~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Suffer, submit.

~2.~ Press, push, be oppressive.

~3.~ Be fruitful, be prolific.

~4.~ [_Rare._] Imply, intimate.

~5.~ (_Naut._) Be situated (_with respect to the point of compass_).

~Bear~, _n._ BRUIN.

~Bearable~, _a._ Tolerable, endurable, supportable.

~Bear a hand~, (_Naut._) Be quick, make haste.

~Beard~, _v. a._ Defy, challenge, dare, take or pluck by the beard,
oppose to the face.

~Bearded~, _a._ ~1.~ Barbed.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Aristate, awned.

~Bear date~, Be dated.

~Bear down~, Overwhelm, oppress, crush.

~Bear down upon~, ATTACK, assail, assault, charge, march upon, march
against, set upon, rush upon, fall upon.

~Bear-grass~, _n._ Yucca, Adam's needle, Spanish bayonet.

~Bearing~, _n._ ~1.~ Deportment, demeanor, behavior, conduct,
carriage, mien, air, port.

~2.~ Relation, dependency, connection.

~3.~ Endurance, suffering.

~4.~ Direction, course, aim, aspect, point of compass.

~Bearings~, _n. pl._ Charges (_in coats of arms_).

~Bearish~, _a._ Rough, rude, coarse, savage, boorish, uncivil,
uncourteous, discourteous, impolite, ungentlemanly.

~Bear one's self~, Behave, acquit one's self, conduct one's self.

~Bear out~, Maintain, support, defend, uphold, justify, make good.

~Bear the bell~, Be the leader.

~Bear the cross~, Take up the cross, submit to trials or afflictions.

~Bear the palm~, Excel, be superior.

~Bear up~, ~1.~ (_Active._) Support, uphold; sustain, keep from falling.

~2.~ (_Passive._) Stand firm, show fortitude.

~Bear with~, Endure, BEAR, tolerate, put up with, have patience with.

~Bear witness~, Testify, depose, state, affirm, declare, aver, avow,
say, SWEAR.

~Beast~, _n._ BRUTE (_fit for the service of man_), quadruped, beast
of the field, four-footed animal, irrational animal.

~Beastly~, _a._ Brutish, brutal, bestial, sensual, irrational.

~Beat~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Strike, knock, hit, thump, belabor, drub, maul,
pommel, BASTE, thrash, thwack, bang, lay blows upon.

~2.~ Hammer, forge.

~3.~ Pound, bruise, pulverize, comminute, bray, break in pieces.

~4.~ Batter, smite, pelt, dash against.

~5.~ Conquer, overcome, subdue, vanquish, overpower, defeat, checkmate.

~6.~ [_Colloquial._] Excel, surpass, outdo, cut out.

~Beat~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Pulsate, throb.

~2.~ Dash, strike.

~3.~ (_Naut._) Go against the wind, go a zigzag course.

~Beat~, _n._ ~1.~ Stroke, striking, blow.

~2.~ Pulsation, throb, beating.

~3.~ Round, course.

~Beat all hollow~, [_Low._] Surpass completely, excel beyond all
question.

~Beat back~, Repulse, repel, drive back.

~Beat down~, ~1.~ Batter, overturn, destroy, break, throw down.

~2.~ Subdue, overpower, overcome, crush, put down.

~3.~ Press down (_by blows_), lay flat.

~Beaten~, _a._ ~1.~ Worn by use, much travelled.

~2.~ Hackneyed, trite, common, common-place.

~Beatific~, _a._ Ravishing, enchanting.

~Beatification~, _n._ ~1.~ Beatifying (_especially the act of the pope
in declaring a person happy after death_).

~2.~ Bliss, BEATITUDE.

~Beatify~, _v. a._ Enrapture, enchant, transport, enravish, make happy.

~Beating~, _n._ ~1.~ Striking, drubbing, flogging, thrashing,
cudgelling, pommelling, caning, flagellation, BASTINADO.

~2.~ Beat, pulsation, throb, throbbing.

~Beat into~, [_Colloquial._] Teach (_by laborious effort_), instil,
inculcate, implant.

~Beatitude~, _n._ Happiness, bliss, felicity, blessedness,
blissfulness, beatification, transport, rapture, heavenly joy.

~Be at loggerheads~, Come to blows, fall to loggerheads, go to
loggerheads.

~Beat out~, ~1.~ Flatten (_by hammering_).

~2.~ Exhaust, overcome (_with fatigue_).

~Beat the air~, Make vain efforts, try in vain, lash the waves, fish
in the air, milk the ram.

~Beau~, _n._ ~1.~ Fop, dandy, coxcomb, exquisite, macaroni, popinjay,
jackanapes, jack-a-dandy, man of dress.

~2.~ Gallant, lover, admirer, suitor, sweetheart, CICISBEO.

~Beau ideal~, [Fr.] Ideal beauty, ideal excellence, ideal standard.

~Beau-monde~, _n._ [Fr.] Gay world, fashionable world, people of
fashion, genteel people.

~Beauteous~, _a._ [_Poetical._] BEAUTIFUL.

~Beauties~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Anthology, selections, elegant extracts.

~2.~ Beautiful persons (_especially beautiful women_).

~Beautiful~, _a._ Handsome, fair, fine, elegant, graceful, PRETTY,
BEAUTEOUS.

~Beautify~, _v. a._ Adorn, decorate, embellish, deck, bedeck, BEDIZEN,
ornament, emblazon, gild, array, garnish, grace, set, TRICK OUT, set
off, make beautiful.

~Beauty~, _n._ ~1.~ Elegance, grace, symmetry.

~2.~ Comeliness, seemliness, fairness, loveliness, attractiveness.

~3.~ Fine part, special grace, particular excellence.

~4.~ Beautiful person (_especially a beautiful woman_).

~Beaux-esprits~, _n. pl._ [Fr.] Men of wit, men of genius.

~Beaver~, _n._ ~1.~ Fur of the beaver.

~2.~ Hat.

~3.~ Face-guard (_of a helmet_).

~Be beat out~, Be exhausted, be fagged, be greatly fatigued.

~Be brought to bed~, Be confined, lie in, be in child-bed.

~Becafico~, _n._ Fig-eater, fig-pecker, greater pettychaps, garden
warbler (_Sylvia hortensis_).

~Be called~, Be named, go by the name of, take the name of, pass under
the name of.

~Becalm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Quiet, soothe, calm, tranquillize, pacify, make
calm, make tranquil.

~2.~ Detain by a calm (_as a ship_).

~Be cast away~, ~1.~ Be thrown aside.

~2.~ Be shipwrecked.

~Because~, _conj._ ~1.~ For, since, as, for the cause that, for the
reason that, on this account that, inasmuch as.

~2.~ On account, by reason.

~Bèche-de-mer~, _n._ [Fr.] Trepang, sea-cucumber, sea-slug.

~Beck~, _n._ Nod, bow.

~Beckon~, _v. n._ Make a sign, give a signal.

~Beckon~, _v. a._ Call by a sign or signal.

~Becloud~, _v. a._ Dim, bedim, obscure, darken, cloud.

~Become~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be.

~2.~ Change to, be changed to, be converted into, get to be, come to be.

~Become~, _v. a._ Suit, befit, be suitable to, be proper for, be
appropriate to.

~Becoming~, _a._ ~1.~ Fit, proper, suitable, meet, appropriate,
congruous, right, seemly.

~2.~ Comely, graceful, neat, pretty.

~Become of~, Be the fate of, be the end of, be the final condition of.

~Be confined~, ~1.~ Be restrained, be shut up, be shut in.

~2.~ Be brought to bed, lie in, be in child-bed.

~Bed~, _n._ ~1.~ Couch, BERTH, resting-place, place to sleep in.

~2.~ Raised plot (_of ground_).

~3.~ Layer, stratum, seam, vein.

~Bed~, _v. a._ Embed.

~Bedaub~, _v. a._ Smear, daub, besmear, soil, daub over.

~Bedeck~, _v. a._ Adorn, decorate, embellish, beautify, ornament,
deck, emblazon, gild, array, garnish, grace, BEDIZEN, set out, set
off, TRICK OUT.

~Bedew~, _v. a._ Moisten, wet, damp, dampen.

~Bedim~, _v. a._ Darken, dim, obscure, cloud, becloud.

~Bedizen~, _v. a._ Adorn (_gaudily_), deck, BEDECK.

~Bedlam~, _n._ Madhouse, lunatic hospital, lunatic asylum, hospital
for the insane.

~Bedlamite~, _n._ Madman, lunatic, maniac, crazy person, insane person.

~Bedouin~, _n._ Nomadic Arab.

~Bedridden~, _a._ Confined to the bed.

~Beef~, _n._ Flesh of neat-cattle.

~Bee-house~, _n._ Apiary, beehive.

~Bee-line~, _n._ Straight line, right line, shortest distance, most
direct line.

~Bee-moth~, _n._ Wax-moth.

~Beetle~, _v. n._ Protrude, project, jut, jut out, hang over.

~Beetle-head~, _n._ Simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~Beetle-headed~, _a._ Dull, stupid, obtuse, foolish, senseless,
witless, insensible, sluggish, slow of apprehension, void of
understanding.

~Beeves~, _n. pl._ Neat-cattle.

~Befall~, _v. a._ Betide, overtake, happen to.

~Befall~, _v. n._ Happen, occur, take place.

~Befit~, _v. a._ Suit, fit, become, be suitable or proper for, be
appropriate for.

~Befitting~, _a._ Becoming, suitable, fit, proper, right, meet,
seemly, appropriate, congruous.

~Befool~, _v. a._ Infatuate, dupe, deceive, delude, cheat, chouse,
trick, diddle, hoax, stultify, hoodwink, circumvent, overreach,
beguile, bamboozle, impose upon, practise upon, play upon, make a fool
of.

~Before~, _prep._ ~1.~ Preceding.

~2.~ Prior to, previous to.

~3.~ In the presence of, face to face with.

~4.~ Near the front of, in front of.

~Before~, _ad._ ~1.~ Toward the front.

~2.~ In advance, farther onward.

~3.~ Formerly, in time past, of old.

~4.~ Hitherto, up to that time.

~5.~ Above, in a former part.

~Beforehand~, _ad._ Previously, in anticipation, in advance.

~Beforehand~, _a._ Forehanded, in comfortable circumstances (_as
respects property_), well off, well to do.

~Before the wind~, With the wind, in the direction of the wind.

~Befoul~, _v. a._ Soil, pollute, daggle, draggle, foul, bemire, dirty.

~Befriend~, _v. a._ Favor, encourage, patronize, countenance, assist,
help, aid, benefit, act as a friend to, do a good turn for, be kind to.

~Beg~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Crave, solicit, beseech, implore, supplicate,
conjure, pray for, petition for, seek by petition, ask earnestly.

~2.~ Assume, take for granted, consider as true.

~Beg~, _v. n._ Solicit charity, ask alms.

~Beget~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Generate, procreate, engender, breed, get, be
the father of.

~2.~ Produce, originate, give rise to.

~Beggar~, _n._ Mendicant, pauper, starveling, poor or indigent person.

~Beggar~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Impoverish, ruin, render poor, reduce to
poverty, bring to want.

~2.~ Surpass, exceed, go beyond, be above, put at fault, show to be
inadequate.

~Beggarly~, _a._ ~1.~ Destitute, indigent, needy, poor.

~2.~ Sorry, mean, abject, base, low, paltry, shabby, vile, scurvy,
miserable, contemptible, despicable, pitiful, pitiable, servile,
slavish, grovelling, base-minded, low-minded, mean-spirited.

~Beggary~, _n._ Poverty, indigence, penury, destitution, want,
distress, mendicancy, mendicity.

~Begin~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Originate, arise, take rise.

~2.~ Commence, make a beginning, take the first step, break ground,
break the ice.

~Begin~, _v. a._ Commence, institute, originate, enter upon, set
about, set on foot, set in operation.

~Beginner~, _n._ Tyro, novice.

~Beginning~, _n._ ~1.~ Commencement, outset, opening, start.

~2.~ Origin, source, rise.

~Begird~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Gird, bind with a girdle.

~2.~ Surround, encompass, environ, encircle, enclose, engird.

~Begone~, _interj._ ~1.~ Depart, go away, haste away, be off, get thee
gone.

~2.~ Away, let us go, let us be off.

~Begrudge~, _v. a._ Grudge, envy the possession of.

~Beguile~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Delude, cheat, deceive, BEFOOL.

~2.~ Divert, amuse, entertain, cheer, solace.

~Behalf~, _n._ Benefit, advantage, profit, interest, account, behoof.

~Be hanged~, Come to the gallows.

~Behave~, _v. n._ Act, conduct one's self, demean one's self, acquit
one's self, behave one's self.

~Behave one's self~, BEHAVE.

~Behavior~, _n._ Deportment (_on particular occasions_), conduct,
bearing, demeanor, carriage, manner, mien, air, port.

~Behead~, _v. a._ Decapitate, decollate, deprive of the head.

~Beheading~, _n._ Decapitation, decollation.

~Behest~, _n._ Command, commandment, mandate, order, precept,
injunction, direction, charge, bidding.

~Behind~, _prep._ ~1.~ ABAFT, at the back of, in the rear of.

~2.~ After, following.

~Behind~, _ad._ ~1.~ Backward, back.

~2.~ ABAFT, aft, ASTERN, rearward, in the rear, at the back.

~Behindhand~, _a._ Backward, late, tardy, after the usual time.

~Behind the curtain~, Hid, concealed, in concealment.

~Behold~, _v. a._ See, observe, view, descry, discern, look upon, set
one's eyes on.

~Behold~, _interj._ See, look, observe, lo.

~Beholden~, _a._ Obliged, indebted, grateful, thankful, under
obligation.

~Beholder~, _n._ Observer, spectator, looker-on.

~Behoof~, _n._ Advantage, benefit, profit, interest, account, behoof.

~Behoove~, _v. a._ Become, befit, beseem, be fit for, be proper for,
be meet for.

~Be in earnest~, Be serious, be not jesting.

~Being~, ~1.~ Existence, subsistence.

~2.~ Creature, substance, thing.

~Be in the ascendant~, Have superior influence, have commanding
influence.

~Be in the wrong box~, Mistake, err, make a mistake, BARK UP THE WRONG
TREE.

~Be it so~, ~1.~ Suppose it to be so.

~2.~ Amen, so be it, let it be so.

~Belabor~, _v. a._ Thump, beat, strike, knock, lay blows upon.

~Belated~, _a._ Retarded, hindered, made late.

~Belay~, _v. a._ (_Naut._) Fasten, make fast.

~Belch~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Eject (_as wind from the stomach_), discharge.

~2.~ Throw out violently, cast forth.

~Belch~, _v. n._ ~1.~ ERUCTATE, eject wind from the stomach.

~2.~ Be ejected violently.

~Belching~, _n._ Eructation.

~Beldam~, _n._ Hag, Jezebel, virago, vixen, fury, she-monster, ugly
old woman.

~Beleaguer~, _v. a._ Besiege, invest, beset, lay siege to.

~Bel-esprit~, _n._ [Fr. _pl._ _Beaux-esprits_.] Wit, man of wit, man
of genius.

~Belfry~, _n._ Campanile.

~Belial~, _n._ Satan, DEVIL, Apollyon, arch-fiend.

~Belie~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Falsify, misrepresent, represent falsely.

~2.~ Give the lie to, convict of falsehood, show to be false, charge
with falsehood.

~Belief~, _n._ ~1.~ Credence, credit, confidence, trust, reliance,
persuasion, FAITH.

~2.~ Doctrine, tenet, dogma, opinion, creed, article of faith,
profession of faith.

~Believe~, _v. a._ Credit, give credit to, think to be true, give
faith to, put faith in, rely upon, make no doubt of, put confidence in.

~Believe~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Exercise faith, have faith, have a firm
persuasion.

~2.~ Think, suppose, conceive, fancy, apprehend, imagine, hold. OPINE,
be of opinion, entertain the idea, take it.

~Belike~, _ad._ [_Colloquial._] Probably, perhaps, mayhap, it may be,
it is likely.

~Belladonna~, _n._ Banewort, dwale, deadly nightshade (_Atropa
belladonna_).

~Belle~, _n._ Beautiful young lady, fair damsel.

~Belles-lettres~, _n. pl._ [Fr.] Polite literature, elegant
literature, the humanities.

~Belligerent~, _a._ ~1.~ Carrying on war, engaged in war, waging war.

~2.~ Of belligerents.

~3.~ Warlike, hostile.

~Belligerent~, _n._ Belligerent state or nation.

~Bellow~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Roar (_as a beast_).

~2.~ Vociferate, clamor, yell, howl, cry, bawl, make a loud outcry.

~Bell-pepper~, _n._ Red pepper (_of the garden._ _Capsicum annuum_).

~Bell-shaped~, _a._ (_Bot._) Campanulate.

~Belly~, _n._ ~1.~ Abdomen, paunch.

~2.~ Convexity, swell, swelling, bulge, protuberance.

~Belly-ache~, _n._ Colic, pain in the bowels.

~Belong to~, ~1.~ Be the property of, be possessed by.

~2.~ Regard, appertain to, pertain to, relate to, refer to, be related
to, have reference to.

~3.~ Be appendent to, constitute a part of, be connected with.

~4.~ Be incumbent on, be the duty of, devolve on.

~5.~ Be a resident of, have a legal residence in.

~Beloved~, _a._ Dear, darling, much loved.

~Below~, _prep._ ~1.~ Under, beneath, underneath.

~2.~ Unbecoming, unworthy of.

~Below~, _ad._ ~1.~ Under, beneath, underneath.

~2.~ On the earth.

~3.~ In hell, in the lower regions, in the regions of the dead.

~Belt~, _n._ Girdle, cincture, cestus, band.

~Bemire~, _v. a._ Daggle, draggle, befoul, foul, dirty, soil.

~Bemoan~, _v. a._ Bewail, lament, deplore, moan over, mourn over,
express sorrow for.

~Bemused~, _a._ Stupefied, confused, bewildered, MUZZY, half-drunk.

~Bench~, _n._ ~1.~ Long seat.

~2.~ Court, tribunal, body of judges.

~Bend~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Curve, crook, bow, incurvate, make crooked.

~2.~ Direct, turn towards, incline towards.

~3.~ Exert, apply earnestly, direct attentively.

~4.~ Subdue, cause to yield, bring to submission, make submissive.

~5.~ (_Naut._) Fasten, make fast.

~Bend~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Crook, be crooked, be bent, be curved.

~2.~ Lean, incline, turn.

~Bend~, _n._ ~1.~ Curve, curvity, curvature, flexure, angle, elbow,
crook, incurvation, ARCUATION.

~2.~ Bight, coil.

~Beneath~, _prep._ ~1.~ Under, underneath, below.

~2.~ Unbecoming, unbefitting, unworthy of.

~Beneath~, _ad._ Below.

~Benedict~, _n._ Married man.

~Benediction~, _n._ Blessing, benison, invocation of happiness.

~Benefaction~, _n._ Gift, donation, gratuity, grant, offering,
contribution, boon, present, alms, charity.

~Benefice~, _n._ Ecclesiastical living.

~Beneficence~, _n._ Charity, bounty, liberality, generosity, alms-
giving, active goodness, kind action, doing of good.

~Beneficient~, _a._ Bountiful, munificent, liberal, generous,
bounteous, princely, kind.

~Beneficial~, _a._ Useful, profitable, advantageous, helpful,
serviceable, salutary, good, for one's advantage, for one's good, for
one's interest.

~Benefit~, _n._ ~1.~ Favor, service, act of kindness, good turn, kind
office.

~2.~ Advantage, profit, avail, gain, good, utility, behalf, behoof,
account, interest.

~Benefit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Befriend, help, serve, do good to, be useful
to, advance the interest of, confer a favor on.

~2.~ Profit, advantage, avail, be of advantage to.

~Benevolence~, _n._ Kindness, benignity, kind-heartedness, humanity,
tenderness, charitableness, good-will, disposition to do good, milk of
human kindness.

~Benevolent~, _a._ Kind, benignant, benign, kind-hearted, obliging,
humane, tender, charitable, disposed to do good.

~Benighted~, _a._ ~1.~ Overtaken with night.

~2.~ Involved in darkness.

~Benign~, _a._ ~1.~ Kind, benevolent, gracious, complaisant, humane,
obliging, benignant, good, amiable, friendly, kind-hearted, tender-
hearted, of a gentle disposition.

~2.~ (_Med._) Mild, of a mild nature.

~Benignant~, _a._ Kind, BENIGN.

~Benignity~, _n._ ~1.~ Kindness, graciousness, benevolence,
complaisance, humanity, amiability, amenity, friendliness, kind-
heartedness, fellow-feeling, good feeling, good humor, good temper,
obliging manner.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Mildness.

~Benison~, _n._ Blessing, benediction.

~Benne~, _n._ Sesame, oil-plant.

~Bent~, _n._ Disposition, inclination, tendency, turn, PENCHANT,
leaning, bias, propensity, proclivity, predisposition, predilection,
partiality, liking, fondness, proneness, appetency.

~Bent~, _a._ Crooked, hooked, bowed, curved, aduncous, ARCUATE,
INCURVATE.

~Benumb~, _v. a._ Stupefy, paralyze, deaden, blunt, make torpid,
render insensible.

~Be of opinion~, Think, believe, conclude, judge, suppose, imagine,
fancy, deem, WERN, OPINE, hold, entertain the idea, take it.

~Be on the carpet~, Be under consideration, be upon the tapis.

~Bequeath~, _v. a._ Leave, demise, devise, will, give by will.

~Bequest~, _n._ Legacy, devise.

~Berate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Scold, chide, reprimand, rate.

~2.~ ABUSE, vilify, defame.

~Bereave~, _v. a._ Deprive (_of something that cannot be restored_),
dispossess, divest, take away from.

~Bereavement~, _n._ Deprivation, loss (_especially of friends by
death_).

~Berth~, _n._ (_Naut._) ~1.~ Ship's station.

~2.~ Bed, place to sleep in.

~3.~ Situation, office, post, employment, place.

~Beseech~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Entreat, beg, implore, supplicate, petition,
conjure, ADJURE, pray to.

~2.~ Solicit, ask, petition for, pray for, beg for.

~Beseem~, _v. a._ Become, bent, be proper for, be appropriate for, be
meet for.

~Be seized of~, Possess, have possession of, be possessed of.

~Be selfish~, Indulge one's self, coddle one's self, consult one's own
wishes, interest, or pleasure; take care of, or look after, number
one; have an eye to the main chance.

~Beset~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Surround, encompass, environ, encircle, enclose,
besiege, hem in.

~2.~ Embarrass, perplex, entangle.

~Beshrew~, _v. a._ Execrate, wish evil to, implore a curse upon.

~Beside~, _prep._ ~1.~ Near, close to, at the side of, by the side of.

~2.~ Except, save, over and above, in addition to, distinct from.

~3.~ Aside from, out of the way of, out of the course of, not
according to.

~4.~ Out of, not in possession of.

~Besides~, _prep._ ~1.~ Near, close to, at the side of, by the side of.

~2.~ Except, save, over and above, in addition to, distinct from.

~3.~ Aside from, out of the way of, out of the course of, not
according to.

~4.~ Out of, not in possession of.

~Beside~, _ad._ ~1.~ Moreover, yet, too, also, furthermore, more than
that, over and above, in addition.

~2.~ Else.

~Besides~, _ad._ ~1.~ Moreover, yet, too, also, furthermore, more than
that, over and above, in addition.

~2.~ Else.

~Besiege~, _v. a._ Surround (_with a military force_), beset,
beleaguer, invest, lay siege to.

~Besmear~, _v. a._ Bedaub, daub, smear, soil, bespatter, daub over.

~Besot~, _v. a._ Infatuate, stultify, stupefy, befool, make sottish,
make foolish.

~Bespatter~, _v. a._ Spatter (_with something filthy_), bedaub, BESMEAR.

~Bespeak~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Order, speak for beforehand.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Forebode, foretell, predict.

~3.~ Indicate, imply, proclaim, declare, betoken, show.

~Best~, _a._ ~1.~ Most good, most excellent, superlatively good, good
in the highest degree.

~2.~ Most wise, most judicious, most expedient.

~Best~, _ad._ ~1.~ Most of all, in the highest degree, beyond all
others.

~2.~ With most propriety, most profitably or advantageously, to the
greatest advantage.

~3.~ Most intimately, most thoroughly, most completely.

~4.~ With the highest qualification, by the clearest title.

~Best~, _n._ ~1.~ Highest perfection.

~2.~ Utmost, greatest effort, highest endeavor, the most that can be
done.

~Bestial~, _a._ Beastly, brutal, brutish, irrational, sensual.

~Bestir one's self~, Labor, work, toil, strive, fall to work, exert
one's self, rouse one's self, trouble one's self, busy one's self,
take pains, be busy, be active, be quick, BEAR A HAND.

~Bestow~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put, place, stow, deposit, lay up in store.

~2.~ Give, accord, grant, impart, CONFER.

~3.~ Use, apply, make use of.

~Bestower~, _n._ Giver, disposer, donor, DONATOR.

~Bestride~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Straddle, stride over.

~2.~ Ride upon astraddle.

~Bet~, _n._ Wager, stake.

~Bet~, _v. n._ Wager, lay a wager, make a bet.

~Bet~, _v. a._ Stake, pledge, wager, lay, wage.

~Betake one's self~, Resort, repair, apply, have recourse.

~Bethink one's self~, Consider, reflect, take thought.

~Betide~, _v. a._ Befall, overtake, happen to, come to.

~Betime~, _ad._ Seasonably, early, before it is too late.

~Betimes~, _ad._ Seasonably, early, before it is too late.

~Betoken~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Signify, denote, indicate, represent, typify,
imply, prove, show, argue.

~2.~ Prefigure, foreshow, foreshadow, portend, augur, presignify.

~Betray~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Deliver up (_by breach of trust_), give up
treacherously.

~2.~ Violate the confidence of, disclose the secrets of, deceive by
treachery.

~3.~ Discover, divulge, reveal, tell, blab, show, make known.

~4.~ Mislead, lure, insnare, entrap, inveigle.

~Betroth~, _v. a._ Affiance, pledge in marriage, engage to marry.

~Betrothment~, _n._ Engagement.

~Better~, _a._ ~1.~ More good, more excellent, good in a higher degree.

~2.~ More useful, more valuable.

~3.~ Preferable, more desirable, more acceptable.

~4.~ More fit, more appropriate, more suitable.

~5.~ Improved in health, less ill.

~6.~ More familiar, more intimate.

~Better~, _n._ ~1.~ Superiority, advantage.

~2.~ Improvement, greater good.

~3.~ Superior.

~Better~, _ad._ ~1.~ In a superior manner, in a more excellent way,
more fully, more completely.

~2.~ With greater advantage, more usefully or profitably.

~3.~ More, in a higher degree.

~Better~, _v. a._ Improve, amend, emend, meliorate, ameliorate,
reform, make or render better.

~Better-half~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Wife.

~Bettering~, _n._ Improvement, amendment, melioration, amelioration.

~Between~, _prep._ BETWIXT.

~Betwixt~, _prep._ [_Nearly obsolete._] Between.

~Be upon the tapis.~ Be under consideration, be on the carpet.

~Bevel~, _n._ Chamfer.

~Bevel~, _v. a._ Chamfer.

~Beverage~, _n._ Drink, potion.

~Bevy~, _n._ ~1.~ Flock, covey.

~2.~ Company (_especially of women_), party.

~Bewail~, _v. a._ Bemoan, lament, deplore, mourn for, mourn over,
express sorrow for.

~Bewail~, _v. n._ Mourn, lament, sorrow, grieve.

~Beware~ _v. n._ Mind, take care, be cautious.

~Bewilder~, _v. a._ Perplex, confound, confuse, embarrass, puzzle,
stagger, pose, nonplus, mystify, entangle.

~Bewilderment~, _n._ Perplexity, embarrassment, confusion, entanglement.

~Bewitch~, _v. a._ Charm, fascinate, enchant, captivate, transport,
enravish, enrapture, entrance.

~Be with child~, Be pregnant, be big, be ENCEINTE, be in the family way.

~Beyond~, _prep._ ~1.~ On the further side of.

~2.~ Before, at a distance before.

~3.~ Remote from, out of the reach of, out of the grasp of.

~4.~ Farther than.

~5.~ Above, superior to.

~Beyond~, _ad._ Yonder, at a distance.

~Bias~, _n._ Inclination, bent, leaning, tendency, predilection,
prepossession, proclivity, proneness, propensity, partiality,
prejudice, disposition, predisposition, turn, PENCHANT.

~Bias~, _v. a._ Influence, incline, prejudice, dispose, predispose.

~Bible~, _n._ [Used with _The_ prefixed.] The Scriptures, the Old and
New Testaments, the sacred volume.

~Biblical~, _a._ Scriptural.

~Bibliomania~, _n._ Book-madness.

~Bibulous~, _a._ Spongy, porous.

~Bichloride of mercury~, Corrosive sublimate.

~Bicker~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Wrangle, dispute, quarrel, spar, spat, jangle,
squabble, TIFF, have words, have an altercation.

~2.~ Quiver, be tremulous.

~Bickering~, _n._ Dispute, quarrel, wrangle, wrangling, jangle,
jarring, jangling, sparring, altercation, dissension, contention,
strife, war of words.

~Bid~, _n._ Offer (_of a price_), bidding, proposal.

~Bid~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Command, order, require, charge, enjoin, direct.

~2.~ Offer, propose, proffer, tender.

~3.~ Pronounce, declare, utter.

~Bidding~, _n._ ~1.~ Command, order, direction, injunction, precept,
behest, requisition, mandate, appointment.

~2.~ Offer (_of a price_), bid, proposal.

~Bide~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Endure, suffer, tolerate, bear, put up with,
submit to.

~2.~ Abide, await, wait for.

~Bid fair~, Seem likely, offer a good prospect, present a fair
prospect, make a fair promise.

~Big~, _a._ ~1.~ Great, large, huge, bulky, massive, massy.

~2.~ Haughty, arrogant, proud, pompous, important, swelling,
blustering, assuming, self-conceited, self-sufficient.

~3.~ Pregnant, ENCEINTE, with child, in the family way.

~Big-bellied~, _a._ Large-bellied, great-bellied, pot-bellied, tun-
bellied, abdominous.

~Bight~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Naut._] Bend, coil.

~2.~ Bay, inlet, cove.

~Bigot~, _n._ Zealot, fanatic, enthusiast, dogmatist.

~Bigoted~, _a._ Prejudiced, crotchety, mulish, intolerant, narrow-
minded, wrong-headed, self-opinionated, over-zealous, creed-bound,
wedded to an opinion.

~Bigotry~, _n._ Prejudice, intolerance, blind zeal.

~Big-sounding~, _a._ High-sounding.

~Big-wig~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Person of consequence.

~Big-wigged~, _a._ Consequential, pompous, self-important.

~Bijou~, _n._ [Fr.] Jewel, trinket, elegant ornament.

~Bijoutry~, _n._ Jewelry, jewels, trinkets.

~Bi-labiate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Two-lipped.

~Bilbo~, _n._ Rapier, short sword.

~Bilboes~, _n. pl._ Shackles, fetters, gyves, chains.

~Bile~, _n._ Gall.

~Bileduct~, _n._ Biliary duct, hepatic duct.

~Biliary calculus~, Gall-stone.

~Biliary duct~, Bileduct, hepatic duct.

~Bilk~, _v. a._ Deceive (_by not fulfilling an engagement_),
disappoint, elude.

~Bill~, _n._ ~1.~ Beak, mandible, neb.

~2.~ Account, charges, reckoning, score.

~3.~ Statement of particulars.

~4.~ Draft of a law, projected law.

~Bill of exchange~, Draft.

~Billet~, _n._ Note, short letter.

~Billet~, _v. a._ Assign (_to a lodging place, as soldiers, by a
billet_), apportion, allot, distribute, quarter, place in lodgings.

~Billet-doux~, _n._ [Fr.] Love-letter.

~Billing and Cooing~, BLANDISHMENT.

~Billingsgate~, _n._ Ribaldry, BLACKGUARDISM, foul or profane language.

~Billow~, _n._ Wave, surge, breaker.

~Bin~, _n._ Bunker, crib.

~Binary~, _a._ Dual, double, consisting of two.

~Bind~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Confine, restrain, restrict, put bonds upon.

~2.~ Enwrap, put a bandage upon.

~3.~ Tie, fasten, secure by a bond.

~4.~ Engage, oblige, OBLIGATE, make responsible, lay under obligation.

~5.~ Confirm, ratify, sanction.

~6.~ Put a border round.

~Binding~, _n._ ~1.~ Bandage, band, fillet.

~2.~ Cover, covering.

~Binding~, _a._ ~1.~ Astringent, contracting, styptic.

~2.~ Obligatory, valid.

~Binoxide~, _n._ Deutoxide.

~Biography~, _n._ ~1.~ Life, memoir, history of a person's life.

~2.~ Biographical writings.

~Bird~, _n._ Fowl, fowl of the air.

~Birth~, _n._ ~1.~ Nativity, coming into life.

~2.~ Lineage, extraction, descent, race, family, line, ancestry.

~Birthday~, _n._ ~1.~ Natal day.

~2.~ Anniversary of one's birth.

~Bisect~, _v. a._ Cut or divide into two equal parts, cut in halves,
halve.

~Bisection~, _n._ Halving, cutting, or dividing into two equal parts.

~Bishop~, _n._ ~1.~ Prelate.

~2.~ Bustle, tournure.

~Bishopric~, _n._ Diocese, see, jurisdiction or charge of a bishop.

~Bison~, _n._ [_U. S._] Buffalo.

~Bissextile~, _n._ Leap-year.

~Bit~, _n._ ~1.~ Mouth-piece of a bridle.

~2.~ Mouthful, morsel, crumb, fragment, scrap.

~3.~ Whit, tittle, jot, iota, particle, atom, grain, mite, ace,
scintilla.

~Bitch~, _n._ Slut, female dog.

~Bite~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Gnaw, chew, champ.

~2.~ Blast, nip (_as frost_).

~3.~ Defraud, deceive, cheat, dupe, trick, gull, overreach, jockey,
cozen, chouse, outwit, bamboozle, diddle, impose upon, beguile,
mislead, inveigle, gammon.

~Biting~, _a._ ~1.~ Pungent, piquant, hot, sharp, peppery, stinging,
high-flavored, high-seasoned.

~2.~ Severe, sarcastic, cutting, caustic.

~3.~ Cold, freezing, nipping, piercing.

~Bitter~, _a._ ~1.~ That tastes like wormwood.

~2.~ Fierce, savage, cruel, merciless, relentless, virulent, fell,
ruthless.

~3.~ Severe, harsh, stern.

~4.~ Distressing, painful, grievous, sorrowful, afflictive, poignant,
calamitous.

~Bitter-apple~, _n._ Colocynth, coloquintida, bitter-cucumber.

~Bitter-cucumber~, _n._ BITTER-APPLE.

~Bitterness~, _n._ ~1.~ Bitter taste.

~2.~ Spleen, gall, rankling, rancor, heart-burning, animosity, hatred,
malice, malignity, spite, enmity, ill-will.

~3.~ Asperity, acerbity, severity, harshness, acrimony, ill-temper,
bad blood.

~4.~ Distress, pain, grief, sorrow, affliction, heaviness, regret,
despondency.

~Bitter-sweet~, _n._ Woody nightshade (_Solanum dulcamara_).

~Bivalve~, _a._ Two-valved, bivalvular.

~Bivalved~, _a._ Two-valved, bivalvular.

~Bivalvular~, _a._ Two-valved, BIVALVE.

~Bivouac~, _n._ and _v. n._ Halt for the night (_without encamping_).

~Bizarre~, _a._ [Fr.] Odd, fantastic, strange, singular, whimsical.

~Blab~, _v. a._ Betray, disclose, reveal, divulge, let out, speak out.

~Blab~, _v. n._ Tattle, prattle, prate, BLOW, tell tales, tell a
secret, let the cat out of the bag, tell tales out of school.

~Blab~, _n._ Prater, tattler, babbler, tell-tale.

~Black~, _a._ ~1.~ Dark, ebon, inky, atramentous, swarthy, murky,
dusky, pitchy, dingy, Cimmerian.

~2.~ Wicked, atrocious, villanous, heinous, flagitious, diabolic,
infernal, hellish, outrageous, monstrous, horrible.

~Black~, _n._ ~1.~ Black color.

~2.~ Mourning, black garment.

~3.~ Negro, blackamoor, black man.

~Blackamoor~, _n._ Negro, BLACK.

~Black art~, Magic, conjuration, sorcery, NECROMANCY, magical art.

~Blackball~, _v. a._ Exclude by black balls, reject by a negative vote.

~Blackcap~, _n._ Blackcap warbler, mock-nightingale (_Corucca
atricapilla_).

~Black-coat~, _n._ Clergyman, minister, divine, pastor, priest.

~Black-cock~, _n._ Heath-cock, black-grouse, black-game (_Tetrao
tetrix_).

~Blacken~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Darken, make black.

~2.~ Vilify, defame, slander, calumniate, asperse, traduce, malign,
abuse, revile, rail at, sneer at, run down, speak ill of.

~Blackfish~, _n._ Tautog (_Labrus Americanus_).

~Blackfriar~, _n._ Dominican, predicant, jacobin, preaching friar.

~Black-game~, _n._ BLACKCOCK.

~Black-grouse~, _n._ BLACKCOCK.

~Blackguard~, _n._ Scurrilous or abusive fellow, person of low
character, vile fellow.

~Blackguard~, _a._ Scurrilous, abusive, contumelious, insulting,
ribald, vituperative, reproachful, opprobrious.

~Blackguardism~, _n._ Ribaldry, billingsgate, scurrility, indecency,
obscenity, foul or profane language.

~Black hellebore~, Christmas rose (_Helleborus niger_).

~Black-jack~, _n._ [_Term used by miners._] Blende, zinc-blende,
sulphuret of zinc, false galena, mock lead.

~Black-lead~, _n._ Plumbago, graphite.

~Blackleg~, _n._ Gambler, sharper, swindler.

~Black-mail~, _n._ ~1.~ Tribute (_paid for immunity from robbery_).

~2.~ [_U. S._] Hush-money, bribe to keep silence.

~Black man~, Negro, blackamoor, black.

~Black Sea~, Euxine.

~Black tea~, Bohea.

~Blackthorn~, _n._ Sloe (_Prunus spinosa_).

~Blade~, _n._ ~1.~ Leaf.

~2.~ Flat part (_as of a knife or an oar_).

~3.~ Buck, gallant, spark; gay, dashing fellow.

~Blain~, _n._ Pustule, blister, blotch, sore.

~Blamable~, _a._ Culpable, censurable, reprehensible, faulty,
blameworthy.

~Blame~, _v. a._ Censure, reprove, reprehend, reflect upon, lay or
cast blame upon, find fault with, cry out against.

~Blame~, _n._ Censure, reprehension, animadversion, reproof,
condemnation, imputation of fault.

~Blameless~, _a._ Irreproachable, unimpeachable, irreprehensible,
inculpable, faultless, guiltless, unblemished, unspotted, unsullied,
undefiled, spotless, stainless, innocent.

~Blameworthy~, _a._ Culpable, censurable, reprehensible, faulty,
blamable.

~Blanc-fix~, _n._ Permanent white, sulphate of baryta (_artificially
made_).

~Blanch~, _v. a._ Bleach, whiten, etiolate, make or render white.

~Bland~, _a._ Soft, mild, gentle, not harsh.

~Blandishment~, _n._ Caressing, caresses, endearment, soft words,
expression of affection, billing and cooing.

~Blank~, _a._ ~1.~ Void, empty.

~2.~ White, of a white color.

~3.~ Astonished, confounded, confused, dumfounded, disconcerted,
nonplussed, struck dumb.

~Blank verse~, Unrhymed verse (_especially the heroic verse of five
feet_).

~Blare~, _n._ Noise, sound, roar, peal, blast, clang, clamor, uproar.

~Blarney~, _n._ ~1.~ Flattery, adulation.

~2.~ Unmeaning talk, smooth phrases.

~Blase~, _a._ [Fr.] Surfeited, cloyed, satiated, palled, incapable of
enjoyment (_in consequence of excesses_).

~Blaspheme~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Speak irreverently or impiously of.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Revile, calumniate, defame, traduce, malign, speak evil
of.

~Blaspheme~, _v. n._ Utter blasphemy, speak irreverently of God or of
sacred things.

~Blasphemous~, _a._ Impious, irreverent, profane.

~Blasphemy~, _n._ Impiety, irreverence, profanity.

~Blast~, _n._ ~1.~ Gust, squall, sudden breeze.

~2.~ Peal, blare, clang.

~3.~ Explosion, outbreak, burst, discharge.

~4.~ Blight, pestilential influence.

~Blast~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Blight, kill, destroy, ruin, annihilate, wither,
shrivel.

~2.~ Rend by explosion.

~Blatant~, _a._ ~1.~ Bellowing, braying.

~2.~ Clamorous, obstreperous, vociferous, noisy.

~Blatherskite~, _n._ [_Colloquial_, _U. S._] ~1.~ Blusterer,
swaggerer, bully, boaster, vaunter, braggart, braggadocio, roisterer,
huff, drawcansir, noisy fellow.

~2.~ BLUSTER, boasting.

~Blattering~, _a._ BLUSTERING, swaggering, noisy.

~Blattering~, _n._ BLUSTER.

~Blaze~, _n._ Flame.

~Blaze~, _v. n._ Flame, burn with a flame.

~Blaze~, _v. a._ Publish, proclaim, blazon, make known, noise abroad,
spread abroad, blaze abroad.

~Blaze abroad~, BLAZE.

~Blazing star~, Comet.

~Blazon~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Emblazon, emblaze, adorn with ensigns armorial.

~2.~ Display, exhibit, set forth, make a show of, show off.

~3.~ Proclaim, publish, blaze, make known, noise, spread or blaze
abroad.

~Blazon~, _n._ ~1.~ Blazonry.

~2.~ Publication, proclamation.

~3.~ Exhibition, show, pompous display.

~Blazonry~, _n._ Emblazonry, heraldry.

~Bleach~, _v. a._ Whiten, blanch, etiolate, make or render white.

~Bleach~, _v. n._ Whiten, etiolate, grow or become white.

~Bleaching powder~, Chloride of lime.

~Bleak~, _a._ ~1.~ Cold, chill, chilly, raw, biting, piercing.

~2.~ Unsheltered, exposed to cold, exposed to wind.

~Blearedness~, _n._ Lippitude, dim-sightedness.

~Blear-eyed~, _a._ Dim-sighted.

~Bleb~, _n._ ~1.~ Blister, vesicle, little tumor.

~2.~ Air-bubble.

~Bleed~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Lose blood.

~2.~ Lose sap or juice.

~3.~ Be slaughtered.

~Bleeding~, _n._ Phlebotomy, venesection, blood-letting.

~Blemish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Stain, sully, blur, spot, tarnish, mar,
injure, taint.

~2.~ Defame, vilify, traduce, ASPERSE, calumniate, slander, malign,
revile, run down, speak ill of.

~Blemish~, _n._ ~1.~ Stain, spot, defect, speck, blur, soil, tarnish,
flaw, fault.

~2.~ Disgrace, dishonor, reproach, taint.

~Blench~, _v. n._ Shrink, flinch, start back, give way, lack courage
or resolution.

~Blend~, _v. a._ Mingle, mix, intermingle, commingle, amalgamate.

~Blende~, _n._ (_Min._) Black-jack, sulphuret of zinc, mock lead,
false galena.

~Bless~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Ask or implore a blessing upon.

~2.~ Delight, gladden, make happy.

~3.~ Wish happiness to.

~4.~ Glorify, exalt, celebrate, magnify, praise.

~Blessed~, _a._ ~1.~ Happy.

~2.~ Holy, hallowed, sacred.

~Blessedness~, _n._ Bliss, blissfulness, happiness, felicity,
beatitude, joy.

~Blessing~, _n._ ~1.~ Benediction, benison, invocation of happiness.

~2.~ Good, benefit, advantage, profit, gain, boon, service.

~Blight~, _n._ Pestilence (_among plants_), mildew, blast.

~Blight~, _v. a._ Blast, wither, shrivel, kill, destroy, taint with
mildew, cause to decay.

~Blind~, _a._ ~1.~ Sightless, eyeless, unseeing, stone-blind, stark-
blind, unable to see.

~2.~ Ignorant, undiscerning, unaware, unmindful, inattentive,
heedless, incapable of judging.

~Blind~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make blind, deprive of sight.

~2.~ Hoodwink, blindfold.

~Blind~, _n._ Screen, cover.

~Blind alley~, CUL-DE-SAC.

~Blind-coal~, _n._ Anthracite, glance-coal, hard-coal, stone-coal.

~Blindfold~, _v. a._ Blind, hoodwink, cover the eyes of, hinder from
seeing (_by a bandage over the eyes_).

~Blindfold~, _a._ Blinded (_by a bandage over the eyes_), blindfolded.

~Blindside~, _n._ Weakness, foible, failing, defect, weak side, weak
part.

~Blink~, _v. n._ Wink, NICTATE, see obscurely.

~Blink~, _v. a._ Overlook (_purposely_), disregard, avoid, evade, pass
over, gloss over, shut out of sight, make no account of, not take into
account, not mind, not trouble one's self with, pretend not to see.

~Bliss~, _n._ Happiness, felicity, blessedness, blissfulness,
beatitude, beatification, transport, rapture, ecstasy, heavenly joy.

~Blissful~, _a._ Transported, enraptured, in raptures, in ecstasies,
very happy, full of joy, highly blessed.

~Blister~, _n._ ~1.~ Vesicle, pustule, blain.

~2.~ Vesicatory, blistering plaster.

~Blister~, _v. a._ Raise blisters on.

~Blister~, _v. n._ Rise in blisters.

~Blithe~, _a._ Cheerful, gay, sprightly, lively, animated, elated,
vivacious, joyous, joyful, merry, mirthful, jocund, sportive, airy,
buoyant, debonair, blithesome, of good cheer, in high spirits, in good
spirits, full of life, full of spirit.

~Blithesome~, _a._ Cheerful, gay, BLITHE.

~Bloat~, _v. a._ Swell, inflate, distend, puff up, blow up, make turgid.

~Bloat~, _v. n._ Swell, be swollen, be inflated or distended, be
puffed or blown up, become turgid.

~Bloating~, _n._ Swelling, dilatation, DILATION, expanding, expansion.

~Blobber-lip~, _n._ Thick lip.

~Blobber-lipped~, _a._ Thick-lipped.

~Block~, _v. a._ Obstruct, close, BLOCKADE, shut up, stop up, block up.

~Block~, _n._ ~1.~ Thick and heavy piece (_as of wood or stone_).

~2.~ Wooden mould (_on which hats are made_).

~3.~ Simpleton, fool, blockhead, DUNCE.

~4.~ [_U. S._] Mass of houses (_in a square or a continuous row_).

~5.~ (_Naut._) Pulley.

~Blockade~, _v. a._ Close (_as ports, so as to prevent egress or
ingress_), block, shut up, stop up.

~Blockade~, _n._ Closure (_as of a port_), shutting up, blocking up.

~Blockhead~, _n._ Simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~Blockish~, _a._ Stupid, stolid, heavy, doltish, unintelligent, dull,
stockish.

~Block up~, Obstruct, BLOCK.

~Blonde~, _a._ Fair, light, flaxen.

~Blood~, _n._ ~1.~ Vital fluid, vital current, life blood.

~2.~ Kindred, relation, family, consanguinity.

~3.~ Royal lineage, royal line.

~4.~ High birth, noble extraction.

~5.~ Hotspur, madcap, fiery fellow.

~Bloodroot~, _n._ BLOODWORT.

~Bloodshed~, _n._ Slaughter, carnage, butchery, massacre, murder.

~Bloodstone~, _n._ ~1.~ Hematite.

~2.~ Heliotrope.

~Blood-sucker~, _n._ Leech.

~Blood-thirsty~, _a._ Cruel, savage, ferocious, inhuman, barbarous,
barbarian, fell, truculent, ruthless, bloody, murderous, bloody-minded.

~Bloodwort~, _n._ Bloodroot, red root, red puccoon (_Sanguinarea
Canadensis_).

~Bloody~, _a._ ~1.~ Sanguinary, ensanguined, gory.

~2.~ Murderous, cruel, BLOOD-THIRSTY.

~Bloody-flux~, _n._ Dysentery.

~Bloody-minded~, _a._ BLOOD-THIRSTY.

~Bloom~, _n._ ~1.~ Efflorescence, flower, blossom, blow.

~2.~ Flush, freshness, vigor.

~Bloom~, _v. n._ Flower, blossom, put forth blossoms.

~Bloomy~, _a._ Flowery.

~Blossom~, _n._ Flower, bloom, blow.

~Blossom~, _v. n._ Flower, bloom, blow.

~Blot~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Efface, obliterate, erase, cancel, expunge, rub
out, blot out, scratch out, strike out.

~2.~ Spot, stain, blur, disfigure.

~3.~ Tarnish, sully, disgrace.

~Blot~, _n._ ~1.~ Obliteration, erasure, blotting.

~2.~ Blur, spot, stain, blemish.

~3.~ Disgrace, cause of reproach.

~Blotch~, _n._ Pustule, eruption, pimple, blain.

~Blow~, _n._ ~1.~ Stroke, knock, rap, pat, thump, dab, beat.

~2.~ Calamity, disaster, misfortune, affliction.

~3.~ Bloom, blossom, flower.

~4.~ [_Low._] SPREE, carousal, drinking frolic, BLOW-OUT.

~Blow~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Move or flow in currents (_as the wind_).

~2.~ Pant, puff, lose breath, breathe hard.

~3.~ Flower, bloom, blossom.

~4.~ [_Low._] BLAB, tell a secret, tell tales, let the cat out of the
bag.

~Blow~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Drive by the wind.

~2.~ Force wind upon, direct a current of air upon.

~Blow down~, Prostrate (_by the wind_).

~Blow off~, ~1.~ Drive from shore (_by the wind, as a ship_).

~2.~ Detach or scatter (_by the wind_, _as fruit from trees_).

~3.~ Let off (_as steam_), suffer to escape.

~Blow out~, Extinguish.

~Blow-out~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Carousal, BLOW.

~Blow up~, [_Active._] ~1.~ Inflate, fill with air.

~2.~ Burst, scatter by explosion, cause to explode.

~3.~ Kindle.

~4.~ (_Low._) Scold, rate, berate, chide, reprimand, censure, reprove,
blame, scold at.

~Blow up~, [_Neuter._] Explode, burst, be scattered by explosion.

~Blow upon~, Discredit, blast, taint, bring into disfavor, make
distasteful.

~Blow-valve~, _n._ Snifting-valve.

~Blowzed~, _a._ Ruddy, BLOWZY.

~Blowzy~, a. Ruddy, blowzed, tanned, ruddy-faced, high-colored, sun-
burnt.

~Blubber~, _n._ Whale fat.

~Blubber~, _v. n._ Cry (_so as to swell the cheeks_), whine, whimper,
weep.

~Bludgeon~, _n._ Club, cudgel.

~Blue~, _a._ ~1.~ Azure, cerulean, sky-colored.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Melancholy, dejected, dispirited, depressed, sad,
glum, gloomy, mopish, downcast, desponding, downhearted,
hypochondriac, hypped, chopfallen, low-spirited, cast down, in the
dumps, with a long face, down in the mouth.

~Blue~, _n._ Azure, sky-color.

~Blue-devils~, _n. pl._ BLUES.

~Blue-fish~, _n._ Tailor, skip-jack, snapping mackerel (_Temnodon
saltator_).

~Blues~, _n. pl._ [With _The_ prefixed.] Melancholy, dejection,
depression, despondency, hypochondria, dumps, vapors, megrims, low
spirits, blue-devils, the dismals.

~Blue-stocking~, _n._ Literary woman.

~Blue-vitriol~, _n._ Sulphate of copper.

~Bluff~, _a._ Blustering, swaggering, bullying, vaporing, pompous,
coarse, rude, BLUNT, gruff, churlish, bearish.

~Bluff~, _n._ Precipitous bank (_especially on the margin of a river
or the sea_).

~Bluff~, _v. a._ [_Low._] Repulse (_by a bluff manner_), repel, snub,
bluff off, send away with a flea in one's ear.

~Blunder~, _v. n._ Mistake (_grossly_), err (_from want of care_),
make a bull.

~Blunder~, _n._ Mistake (_of the grossest kind_), error (_from
thoughtlessness_), gross mistake, bull.

~Blunderbuss~, _n._ ~1.~ Short gun (_with a large bore_).

~2.~ Blunderer, blunderhead, stupid fellow.

~Blunderer~, _n._ Blunderhead, blunderbuss, stupid fellow.

~Blunderhead~, _n._ BLUNDERER.

~Blunt~, _a._ ~1.~ Dull, obtuse, pointless, edgeless.

~2.~ Abrupt, bluff, gruff, rough, rude, ungentle, uncivil, ungracious,
bearish, discourteous, uncourteous, impolite, BRUSQUE, not gentle.

~Blunt~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dull, make dull.

~2.~ Benumb, paralyze, deaden, stupefy, obtund, hebetate; make
insensible, callous, or obtuse.

~3.~ Moderate, allay, assuage, mitigate, quiet, alleviate, soften.

~Blunt-witted~, _a._ Dull, stupid, stolid, doltish, blockish, obtuse,
unintelligent, unintellectual, shallow.

~Blur~, _n._ Blot, stain, spot, blemish, soil, tarnish, defect.

~Blur~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Obscure, darken.

~2.~ Tarnish, stain, blot, sully, spot, blemish.

~Blush~, _v. n._ Redden (_in the cheeks_), color.

~Blush~, _n._ Reddening (_of the cheeks_), suffusion of the face.

~Bluster~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Roar (_as the wind_), make a loud noise.

~2.~ Vapor, swagger, bully, BOAST, vaunt, swell, domineer, gasconade,
play the bully.

~3.~ Make a great ado, make much ado about nothing.

~Bluster~, _n._ ~1.~ Boisterousness, noise, tumult, turbulence.

~2.~ Boasting, swaggering, bullying, blattering, BLATHERSKITE.

~3.~ Great ado, much ado about nothing.

~Blusterer~, _n._ Swaggerer, bully, boaster, braggart, vaunter,
BOUNCER, roisterer, huff, braggadocio, drawcansir, fire-eater,
BLATHERSKITE, noisy fellow.

~Blustering~, _a._ ~1.~ Windy, stormy, tempestuous, squally, gusty.

~2.~ Swaggering, boasting, bragging, blattering, pompous, assuming,
important, arrogant, swelling, big, bluff, self-sufficient, self-
conceited.

~Board~, _n._ ~1.~ Plank (_thin_).

~2.~ Table (_for food_), stand.

~3.~ Food, diet, provision, fare, victuals, entertainment, meals.

~4.~ Conclave, council, committee.

~Board~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cover with boards.

~2.~ Enter or go on board of (_a vessel_) by force.

~3.~ Furnish with meals.

~Boards~, _n. pl._ [With _The_ prefixed.] The stage (_of a theatre_).

~Boast~, _v. n._ Brag, vaunt, gasconade, BLUSTER, crow, crack,
flourish, exalt one's self, magnify one's self, give one's self airs,
TALK BIG, ride a high horse.

~Boast~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Magnify (_unduly_), make much of, boast of, brag
of.

~2.~ (_Sculp._) Shape roughly (_as a block of marble_).

~Boast~, _n._ ~1.~ Vaunt, brag, gasconade, rodomontade, vaporing,
bravado, boasting, blustering, swaggering, flourish of trumpets, much
cry and little wool.

~2.~ Cause of pride or laudable exultation.

~Boaster~, _n._ Braggart, braggadocio, BLUSTERER.

~Boastful~, _a._ Boasting, vaunting, bragging, vaporing, blustering,
exulting, triumphant, cock-a-hoop.

~Boasting~, _n._ Vaunt, brag, BOAST.

~Boast one's self~, Exult over-confidently.

~Boat-shaped~, _a._ (_Bot._) Cymbiform, navicular, SCAPHOID.

~Bob~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Move with a jerk.

~2.~ Strike (_suddenly and lightly_), rap, knock.

~3.~ Clip, cut short.

~4.~ [_Rare._] Steal, purloin, rob, pilfer, filch, cabbage, get by
fraud.

~Bob~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Play back and forward, have a jerking motion.

~2.~ Angle (_with a jerking motion_), fish.

~Bob~, _n._ ~1.~ Jerking motion.

~2.~ Pendent, hanging appendage.

~Bobolink~, _n._ Rice-bird, rice-bunting, reed-bird, butter-bird,
skunk-bird, skunk-blackbird (_Dolichonyx orizyvorus_).

~Bode~, _v. a._ Betoken, portend, foreshow, foreshadow, presage,
augur, foretell, predict, forebode, prophesy, be ominous of.

~Bode~, _v. n._ Forebode, presage.

~Bodice~, _n._ ~1.~ Corset, stays.

~2.~ Waist (_of a dress_).

~Bodiless~, _a._ Incorporeal, without a body.

~Bodily~, _a._ ~1.~ Of the body.

~2.~ Corporeal.

~Bodily~, _ad._ ~1.~ Corporeally.

~2.~ Entirely (_as respects the body or mass_), completely, wholly.

~Body~, _n._ ~1.~ Material substance, material part (_as distinguished
from the spirit or life_).

~2.~ Carcass, corpse, dead body.

~3.~ Visible form or frame.

~4.~ Trunk (_as distinguished from the limbs_), stem, BOLE.

~5.~ Bulk, main part (_as distinguished from subordinate parts_).

~6.~ Person, being, individual, mortal, creature.

~7.~ Company, band, party, COTERIE, society, association, corporation.

~8.~ System, summary, general collection.

~9.~ Consistency, thickness, substance.

~Body coat~, _n._ Dress coat.

~Bog~, _n._ Morass, quagmire, slough, fen, marsh, swamp.

~Bog-berry~, _n._ Cranberry.

~Boggle~, _v. n._ Hesitate, vacillate, waver, falter, demur, shrink,
hang back, shrink back, hang fire, be in suspense.

~Bogtrotter~, _n._ [_In derision._] Irishman.

~Bogus~, _a._ [_Cant term_, _U. S._] Spurious, counterfeit, false.

~Bohea~, _n._ Black tea.

~Boil~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be agitated by heat.

~2.~ Bubble, rise in bubbles.

~3.~ Be ardent, be hot.

~Boil~, _v. a._ Seethe.

~Boil~, _n._ Furuncle, pustule, gathering, inflamed tumor.

~Boiling~, _n._ Ebullition.

~Boisterous~, _a._ ~1.~ Roaring, loud, stormy.

~2.~ Noisy, furious, tumultuous, turbulent, vehement, violent,
impetuous.

~Bold~, _a._ ~1.~ Fearless, dauntless, daring, valiant, chivalrous,
valorous, doughty, undaunted, intrepid, courageous, brave, heroic,
audacious, adventurous, manful, manly, stout-hearted, bold-spirited.

~2.~ Confident, assured, free from bashfulness.

~3.~ Impudent, insolent, rude, impertinent, saucy, forward, pushing,
assuming, brazen-faced, bold-faced.

~4.~ Conspicuous, striking, prominent, standing out to the view.

~5.~ Steep, abrupt.

~Bold-faced~, _a._ Impudent, BOLD.

~Boldness~, _n._ ~1.~ Fearlessness, dauntlessness, intrepidity,
courage, BRAVERY, valor, audacity, daring, pluck, heroism, hardihood,
SPUNK.

~2.~ Confidence, assurance, confident mien, freedom from bashfulness.

~3.~ Impudence, insolence, sauciness, rudeness, impertinence,
effrontery, presumption, brass, face, front, CHEEK.

~4.~ Prominence, striking character or quality.

~5.~ Steepness, abruptness.

~Bold-spirited~, _a._ Courageous, BOLD.

~Bole~, _n._ ~1.~ Body (_of a tree_), stem, trunk.

~2.~ Bolus, large pill.

~Boll~, _n._ Pod, capsule, pericarp.

~Bolt~, _n._ ~1.~ Arrow, dart, shaft.

~2.~ Thunderbolt, stroke of lightning.

~3.~ Pin (_of large size_).

~4.~ Sieve.

~Bolt~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fasten with a bolt.

~2.~ Swallow (_without chewing_).

~3.~ Sift, pass through a sieve.

~Bolt~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Bounce, start suddenly, spring out abruptly.

~2.~ [_U. S._] RAT, abscond, withdraw (_especially from a political
party_), desert suddenly.

~Bolt-upright~, _a._ Perpendicular, quite upright.

~Bolus~, _n._ Bole, large pill.

~Bombard~, _v. a._ Attack with bombs.

~Bombardment~, _n._ Attack with bombs.

~Bombast~, _n._ Fustian, rodomontade, rant, inflated style, swelling
or pompous phraseology.

~Bombastic~, _a._ Inflated, turgid, tumid, swelling, stilled,
grandiloquent, pompous, sophomorical, high-flown, high-sounding,
HIGHFALUTIN.

~Bona fide~, [L.] Really, truly, actually, sincerely, in good faith,
without fraud.

~Bond~, _n._ ~1.~ Band, ligature, cord, chain, FETTER.

~2.~ Obligation, compact.

~Bondage~, _n._ Servitude, slavery, thraldom, captivity, imprisonment,
confinement, bond-service, bonds, restraint of personal liberty.

~Bonds~, _n. pl._ Imprisonment, captivity, chains, FETTERS, BONDAGE.

~Bonbon~, _n._ [Fr.] Sweetmeat, sugar-plum.

~Bone-ash~, _n._ Bone-earth, burnt bones, earthy matter of bones.

~Bone-black~, _n._ IVORY-BLACK, animal charcoal.

~Bone-earth~, _n._ BONE-ASH.

~Bone of contention~, Subject of contention, subject of dispute.

~Boneset~, _n._ Thoroughwort, feverwort, ague-weed, Indian sage
(_Eupatorium perfoliatum_).

~Bonhomie~, _n._ [Fr.] Good-nature, easy humor, good-natured simplicity.

~Bonito~, _n._ Albicore, horse-mackerel (_Thynnus pelamys_).

~Bonmot~, _n._ [Fr.] Jest, joke, witticism, witty repartee.

~Bonne-bouche~, _n._ [Fr.] Titbit, delicacy, nice bit, delicate
morsel, choice morsel, delicious mouthful.

~Bonny~, _a._ ~1.~ Handsome, beautiful, pretty.

~2.~ Cheerful, blithe, sprightly, buoyant, airy, gay, merry, joyous,
jolly, jocund, winsome, buxom, playful, sportive, jocose, in good
spirits, in high spirits.

~3.~ Plump, round, chubby, in good health.

~Bon-ton~, _n._ [Fr.] High mode, fashionable style, style of high life.

~Bonus~, _n._ [L.] Premium, reward.

~Bon-vivant~, _n._ [Fr.] Luxurious liver, boon companion, jovial
companion, jolly fellow.

~Booby~, _n._ ~1.~ Simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~2.~ (_Ornith._) Gannet, noddy, solan goose (_Sula bassana_).

~Book~, _n._ Work, volume.

~Booked up~, Posted, well-informed.

~Bookish~, _a._ Given to reading, fond of books, fond of study, very
studious.

~Book-keeper~, _n._ Accountant.

~Book-learned~, _a._ Versed in books.

~Book-madness~, _n._ Bibliomania.

~Book-maker~, _n._ Compiler.

~Book-making~, _n._ Compilation.

~Bookstore~, _n._ [_U. S._] Bookseller's shop.

~Bookworm~, _n._ Great reader or student (_without discrimination and
without definite purpose_).

~Booley~, _n._ [_Irish._] Nomad, wanderer.

~Boom~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Roar, resound.

~2.~ Rush, bound, dash forward.

~Boon~, _n._ Gift, present, benefaction, grant, offering.

~Boon~, _a._ ~1.~ Kind, bountiful, generous.

~2.~ Gay, merry, jovial, jolly, convivial.

~Boor~, _n._ Rustic, clown, hind, lout, lubber, swain, peasant,
bumpkin, clodpole, countryman, ploughman.

~Boorish~, _a._ Rustic, rude, clownish, loutish, bearish, awkward,
clumsy, ungainly, coarse, rough, unrefined, uncourtly, ungraceful,
gawky, lubberly.

~Boosy~, _a._ BOOZY.

~Boot~, _v. a._ [_Generally used impersonally._] Profit, benefit,
advantage.

~Bootee~, _n._ Bootikin, half boot, short boot.

~Bootikin~, _n._ BOOTEE, half boot.

~Bootless~, _a._ Useless, unavailing, fruitless, futile, unprofitable,
profitless, valueless, worthless, ineffectual, abortive, vain, idle,
without avail.

~Booty~, _n._ Plunder (_to be used for any purpose_), spoil, pillage,
PREY.

~Boozy~, _a._ [Written also _Boosy_.] Tipsy, inebriated, fuddled,
disguised, maudlin, mellow, SLEWED, GROGGY, half drunk, half seas over.

~Borax~, _n._ TINCAL, bi-borate of soda.

~Border~, _n._ ~1.~ Edge, rim, brim, verge, brink, margin, skirt.

~2.~ Limit, boundary, confine, frontier.

~Border~, _v. a._ Put a border upon, adorn with a border, make a
border for.

~Border on~, Adjoin, be in contact with, be coterminous with, touch at
the side or end of, be contiguous to, border upon.

~Border upon~, BORDER ON.

~Bore~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Perforate, pierce, drill.

~2.~ Weary (_by tedious repetition_), fatigue, plague, trouble, vex,
worry, annoy.

~Bore~, _n._ ~1.~ Hole, calibre.

~2.~ Proser, button-holder.

~3.~ Eagre, great tidal flood.

~Boreal~, _a._ Northern, northerly, arctic.

~Boreas~, _n._ The north wind.

~Born again~, Regenerated, regenerate, converted, renewed in spirit.

~Born days~, [_Low._] Life, lifetime.

~Borough~, _n._ Town (_In England, a town represented in Parliament_).

~Borrow~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Ask the loan of, take or receive as a loan.

~2.~ Take, appropriate, adopt, make use of.

~Bosom~, _n._ Breast.

~Bosom-friend~, _n._ Confidant, intimate friend, dear friend.

~Boss~, _n._ ~1.~ Protuberance, knob, stud, protuberant part.

~2.~ [_Colloquial_, _U. S._] Superintendent, overseer, master-workman.

~Boss~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Stud, cover with bosses.

~2.~ [_Colloquial_, _U. S._] Direct, oversee, superintend.

~Bossy~, _n._ [_Childish term._] Calf.

~Botch~, _n._ ~1.~ Pustule, blotch, blain, sore.

~2.~ Failure, miscarriage, bad work, bad job, clumsy performance,
bungling piece of work.

~Botch~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mend awkwardly, patch clumsily.

~2.~ Put together unskilfully, construct in a bungling manner.

~Both~, _a._ The two, the one and the other.

~Both~, _conj._ [_Preceding a word or phrase which is followed by_
and; Both--and.] As well as, not only, but also.

~Bother~, _v. a._ Perplex, worry, harass, trouble, annoy, tease, vex,
plague, molest, incommode, BORE, disturb, pester.

~Bother~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Perplexity, vexation, annoyance,
plague, trouble, bore.

~Botheration~, _n._ [_Low._] BOTHER.

~Bottom~, _n._ ~1.~ Lowest part.

~2.~ Foundation, basis, groundwork, base.

~3.~ Dale, valley, alluvial land.

~4.~ Ship, vessel, sailing craft.

~5.~ Fundament, seat.

~6.~ Stamina, native strength, power of endurance.

~7.~ Grounds, lees, dregs, sediments.

~Bottom~, _v. a._ Found, establish, build.

~Bottom~, _v. n._ Rest (_for support_), be based.

~Boudoir~, _n._ [Fr.] Cabinet, private room, retired apartment.

~Bough~, _n._ Branch, limb, shoot.

~Bouilli~, _n._ [Fr.] Stew, boiled meat, stewed meat.

~Bouillon~, _n._ [Fr.] Broth, soup.

~Bounce~, _n._ ~1.~ Knock, thump, sudden blow.

~2.~ Bound, leap, jump, spring.

~3.~ [_Colloquial._] Boast, vaunt, brag.

~4.~ [_Colloquial._] Falsehood, lie, WHOPPER, bouncer.

~Bounce~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Bolt, leap or spring suddenly.

~2.~ Rebound, recoil.

~3.~ Knock, thump, beat.

~Bounce~, _v. a._ Thrust, drive against.

~Bouncer~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] ~1.~ Boaster, BLUSTERER, bully.

~2.~ Falsehood, lie, WHOPPER, bounce.

~3.~ Giant, STRAPPER, large person.

~Bouncing~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Stout, lusty, strong, portly, burly,
huge, great, strapping.

~Bound~, _n._ ~1.~ Limit, BOUNDARY, bourn, border, confine.

~2.~ Leap, jump, spring, bounce.

~Bound~, _v. a._ Limit, border, terminate, circumscribe.

~Bound~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Jump, leap, spring.

~2.~ Rebound, spring back.

~Bound~, _a._ [Followed by _to_ or _for_.] Destined, tending, going,
on the way.

~Boundary~, _n._ Limit, border, confine, bourn, bound, verge, term,
termination.

~Bounden~, _a._ Obligatory, binding, appointed.

~Boundless~, _a._ Unbounded, unlimited, unconfined, undefined,
immeasurable, illimitable, infinite.

~Bounteous~, _a._ Liberal, BOUNTIFUL.

~Bountiful~, _a._ Liberal, munificent, beneficent, generous, princely,
bounteous.

~Bounty~, _n._ ~1.~ Liberality, munificence, beneficence, generosity.

~2.~ Present, gift, benefaction.

~3.~ Premium (_for encouragement_), reward.

~Bouquet~, _n._ [Fr.] Nosegay, bunch of flowers.

~Bourgeoisie~, _n._ [Fr.] Middle classes (_especially such as depend
on trade_).

~Bourn~, _n._ Bound, limit, confine, border, BOUNDARY.

~Bourse~, _n._ [Fr.] Exchange.

~Bout~, _n._ ~1.~ Turn.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Conflict, contest, set to.

~Bow~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bend, inflect, crook, incurvate, curve, make
crooked.

~2.~ Incline, turn downward.

~3.~ Depress, sink, cast down, bring down.

~Bow~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Bend, buckle, be inflected, be bent.

~2.~ Incline (_in token of respect, reverence, or submission_), make a
bow.

~Bow~, _n._ (_Naut._) Fore part (_of a ship_), prow, beak, stem.

~Bowels~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Intestines, guts, viscera, inwards.

~2.~ Inside, interior, interior parts.

~3.~ Compassion, pity, tenderness.

~Bower~, _n._ Arbor, shady recess, shady retreat.

~Bow-hand~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Archery._) The left hand.

~2.~ (_Music._) The right hand.

~Bowman~, _n._ Archer, SAGITTARY.

~Bow-window~, _n._ Bay-window.

~Box~, _n._ ~1.~ Case.

~2.~ Blow, stroke, cuff.

~Box~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Enclose in a box.

~2.~ Strike (_with the hand or fist, as the ears_), buffet, cuff.

~Box-berry~, _n._ Wintergreen, tea-berry, partridge-berry, mountain-
tea (_Gaultheria procumbens_).

~Box-elder~, _n._ Ash-leaved maple (_Negundium Americanum_).

~Box the compass~, Name the points of compass in their order.

~Boy~, _n._ Lad, stripling, male child.

~Boy-servant~, _n._ Page, serving boy.

~Brace~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Tighten, draw tight, make tense, strain up.

~2.~ Strengthen, fortify, support, prop, give strength to.

~Brace~, _n._ ~1.~ Couple, pair.

~2.~ Prop, support, stay, shore, strut.

~3.~ Bit-stock.

~Braces~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Suspenders, gallowses.

~2.~ Straps (_on which a carriage rests_).

~Boyish~, _a._ ~1.~ Of boyhood.

~2.~ Childish, puerile.

~Brachygraphy~, _n._ Stenography, shorthand.

~Bracing~, _a._ Strengthening, invigorating.

~Brackets~, _n. pl._ (_Printing._) Crotchets.

~Brackish~, _a._ Saltish, somewhat salt.

~Brag~, _v. n._ Boast, vaunt, gasconade, bluster, vapor, flourish,
exalt one's self, magnify one's self, TALK BIG.

~Brag~, _n._ Boast, vaunt, gasconade, bluster, bravado, vaporing,
BLATHERSKITE, great cry and little wool.

~Braggadocio~, _n._ Boaster, blusterer, vaunter, braggart,
BLATHERSKITE, gascon, vain-glorious fellow.

~Braggart~, _n._ Boaster, BRAGGADOCIO.

~Braggart~, _a._ BOASTFUL, boasting.

~Brag of~, Boast, vaunt, magnify, exalt, make much of.

~Brahma~, _n._ (_Hindoo Mythol._) The Creator, God.

~Brahmin~, _n._ [Written also _Bramin_.] Hindoo Priest.

~Braid~, _v. n._ Plait, plat, intertwine, interweave, interlace, weave
together.

~Brain-fever~, _n._ Phrenitis.

~Brain-pan~, _n._ Skull, cranium.

~Brains~, _n. pl._ Understanding, sense, mind, reason, intellect,
capacity, intellectual faculties.

~Brake~, _n._ ~1.~ Fern.

~2.~ Thicket, brushwood, jungle.

~Brake up~, Put down the brakes (_to stop a railway train_).

~Bramah press~, Hydraulic press, hydrostatic press.

~Branch~, _n._ ~1.~ Bough, limb, shoot.

~2.~ Offshoot, ramification, arm, projecting part.

~3.~ Section, subdivision, part, portion, article, member.

~Branch~, _v. n._ Diverge, ramify, spread in branches, shoot off,
branch off.

~Branch off~, Ramify, BRANCH.

~Branch out~, Expatiate, be diffuse, speak diffusely.

~Branchiæ~, _n. pl._ [L.] Gills.

~Branching~, _n._ Ramification, arborescence.

~Branching~, _a._ Arborescent, arboriform, dendriform, dendroid,
dendritic.

~Brand~, _n._ ~1.~ Fire-brand.

~2.~ Mark (_of a hot iron_).

~3.~ Kind, quality.

~4.~ Stigma, stain, reproach.

~5.~ [_Poetical._] Sword.

~Brand~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mark (_with a hot iron_).

~2.~ Stigmatize, denounce.

~Brand-goose~, n. Brant, brent (_Anser bernicla_).

~Brandish~, _v. a._ Flourish, wave.

~Brand-new~, _a._ Quite new, fire-new, spick and span new, span new.

~Brant~, _n._ Brent, BRAND-GOOSE.

~Brash~, _a._ ~1.~ Hasty, rash, impetuous.

~2.~ [_Local_, _U. S._] Brittle, fragile, easily broken.

~Brass~, _n._ ~1.~ Alloy of copper and zinc.

~2.~ Assurance, boldness, pertness, effrontery, presumption, audacity,
forwardness, face, front, CHEEK.

~Brassy~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Bold, pert, assuming, forward, CHEEKY,
brazen, brazen-faced.

~Brat~, _n._ [_Term of contempt._] Child, urchin, bantling, infant,
BAIRN.

~Bravado~, _n._ Boast, boasting, brag, bluster, BLATHERSKITE.

~Brave~, _a._ Fearless (_from temperament_), COURAGEOUS, intrepid,
daring, undaunted, dauntless, valiant, bold, chivalrous, chivalric,
gallant, valorous, doughty, heroic, Spartan, lion-hearted.

~Brave~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Bully, hector, blusterer.

~2.~ Indian warrior.

~Brave~, _v. a._ Defy, dare, challenge, set at defiance.

~Bravery~, _n._ Fearlessness (_from temperament_), COURAGE,
intrepidity, audacity, valor, gallantry, daring, boldness, spirit,
mettle, pluck, manhood, heroism, SPUNK.

~Bravo~, _n._ Bandit, assassin, assassinator, murderer, cut-throat,
daring villain.

~Bravo~, _interj._ Well done.

~Brawl~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Quarrel (_noisily_), dispute (_angrily_).

~2.~ Roar, resound.

~Brawl~, _n._ Quarrel, wrangle, dispute, uproar, broil, altercation,
fracas, squabble, fray, AFFRAY, feud, tumult, disturbance, row,
BOBBERY, MÊLÉE. RUMPUS, outbreak.

~Brawny~, _a._ Muscular, sinewy, stalwart, sturdy, athletic, powerful,
strong, vigorous, lusty, robust, nervous, strapping, Herculean, able-
bodied.

~Bray~, _v. a._ Pound (_into small pieces or powder_), bruise, crush,
grind, comminute, triturate.

~Bray~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Utter a harsh cry (_like the ass_).

~2.~ Make a harsh sound.

~Braying~, _a._ Blatant, bellowing, clamorous, vociferous, noisy,
obstreperous.

~Braze~, _v. a._ Solder with brass.

~Brazen~, _a._ ~1.~ Made of brass.

~2.~ Bold, BRAZEN-FACED.

~Brazen-faced~, _a._ Bold, impudent, assuming, forward, pert, saucy,
brazen, BRASSY, CHEEKY.

~Brazier~, _n._ ~1.~ Worker or artificer in brass.

~2.~ Pan for coals.

~Brazil-root~, _n._ Ipecacuanha, ipecac.

~Brazil tea~, Maté.

~Breach~, _n._ ~1.~ Break, fracture, rupture, opening, chasm, gap,
crack, flaw, fissure, rent, rift.

~2.~ Infraction, violation, infringement, non-observance.

~3.~ Quarrel, difference, variance, disagreement, dissension, schism,
misunderstanding, alienation, disaffection, rupture, falling out.

~Bread~, _n._ Food (_especially food made of grain_), sustenance,
aliment, nutriment, nourishment, subsistence, fare, diet, regimen,
victuals, viands, provisions.

~Breadth~, _n._ Width.

~Break~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Rend, sever, part, dispart, fracture, tear
asunder.

~2.~ Shatter, shiver, smash, batter, dash to pieces.

~3.~ Enfeeble, enervate, weaken, impair.

~4.~ Tame, make tractable, make docile.

~5.~ Make bankrupt.

~6.~ Discard, dismiss, discharge, degrade, cashier.

~7.~ Violate, infringe, transgress, set at nought.

~8.~ Lessen the force of (_as a fall_).

~9.~ Interrupt, cease, intermit, cut short.

~10.~ Disclose, open, unfold, lay open.

~Break~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be shattered, be shivered, be dashed to pieces.

~2.~ Burst, explode.

~3.~ Open, dawn, appear.

~4.~ Become bankrupt.

~5.~ Decline, low health or strength.

~Break~, _n._ ~1.~ Breach, opening, gap, fissure, rent, rift, chasm,
rupture, fracture.

~2.~ Interruption, pause, CÆSURA.

~3.~ Dawn, dawning.

~Break away~, ~1.~ Escape (_against resistance_), break loose.

~2.~ Be scattered, be dissipated.

~Break-bone fever~, Dengue, dandy-fever.

~Break bulk~, Begin to unload.

~Break down~, (_Active._) Crush, overwhelm, overcome.

~Break down~, (_Neuter._) Fall, give out.

~Breaker~, _n._ Wave, surge, billow.

~Break faith~, Be faithless, be perfidious, falsify one's word.

~Break forth~, Issue, burst out, break out.

~Break ground~, Begin, commence operations.

~Break jail~, Escape from jail.

~Break in~, ~1.~ Make an irruption.

~2.~ Intrude one's self, take up the discourse, begin to speak.

~Breaking~, _n._ Rupture, fracture.

~Break of day~, Dawn, dawning, daybreak, morning, cockcrowing, MORN,
dayspring, peep of day, prime of day, first blush of the morning.

~Break off~, ~1.~ Be ruptured.

~2.~ Desist, cease, stop, leave off.

~Break out~, Issue, break forth, burst out.

~Break the ice~, Make a beginning, prepare the way, open a way.

~Breakwater~, _n._ Jetty, pier, mole.

~Break with~, Fall out, part friendship with.

~Breast~, _n._ ~1.~ Bosom.

~2.~ Heart, conscience, seat of the affections.

~3.~ Mamma, teat, dug, udder.

~Breast~, _v. a._ Face, stem, withstand, oppose, resist, bare the
breast against.

~Breast bone~, _n._ Sternum.

~Breastwork~, _n._ (_Fort._) Parapet.

~Breath~, _n._ ~1.~ Air inspired and expired.

~2.~ Life, existence, animation, breath of life, vital spark.

~3.~ Respite, pause, rest.

~Breathe~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Respire.

~2.~ Live, exist.

~3.~ Pause, rest, take breath, have a respite.

~Breathe~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Inspire and expire.

~2.~ Exhale, emit, give out, throw out.

~3.~ Whisper, utter softly.

~4.~ Indicate, manifest, express, show.

~Breathe in~, Inhale, draw into the lungs.

~Breathe out~, Expire, force out of the lungs.

~Breathing~, _n._ ~1.~ Respiration.

~2.~ Aspiration, wish, desire, longing, craving, yearning.

~Breathing~, _a._ Living, alive, live, not dead.

~Breathing-hole~, _n._ Vent-hole.

~Breathless~, _a._ ~1.~ Out of breath.

~2.~ Dead, lifeless, defunct.

~Breech~, _n._ Hinder part, after part.

~Breech-band~, _n._ Breeching.

~Breeches~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Small-clothes.

~2.~ Trousers, pantaloons.

~Breeching~, _n._ Breech-band.

~Breed~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Nourish, nurture, foster, bring up.

~2.~ Discipline, educate, instruct, train, teach, school.

~3.~ Beget, get, procreate, engender, generate, produce.

~4.~ Originate, occasion, give rise to, be the cause of.

~Breed~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Bring forth young, produce offspring.

~2.~ Be born, be produced.

~Breed~, _n._ Race (_of animals_), lineage, pedigree, progeny, stock.

~Breeding~, _n._ ~1.~ Nurture, education, discipline, instruction,
training, schooling.

~2.~ Deportment, manners.

~Breeze~, _n._ Zephyr, air, gentle gale, moderate wind, light wind.

~2.~ Quarrel, disturbance, commotion, noise, tumult, uproar, stir,
agitation.

~Bregma~, _n._ (_Anat._) Sinciput, top of the head.

~Brent~, _n._ Brant, brand-goose (_Anser bernicla_).

~Brett~, _n._ Britzska.

~Breviary~, _n._ ~1.~ Abridgment, epitome, compend, compendium,
summary, synopsis, syllabus, abstract, digest, brief, conspectus,
outline, sum and substance.

~2.~ Prayer-book.

~Brevipennate~, _a._ (_Ornith._) Short-winged.

~Brevity~, _n._ ~1.~ Briefness, shortness.

~2.~ Conciseness, terseness, compression, succinctness, pithiness.

~Brew~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Prepare by fermentation.

~2.~ Contrive, plot, devise, project, hatch, concoct, foment, excite,
stir up.

~Brew~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Make beer.

~2.~ Be gathering, be forming.

~Brewery~, _n._ Brew-house.

~Bribe~, _n._ Reward of treachery.

~Bribe~, _v. a._ Suborn, gain by a bribe, give a bribe to.

~Bridal~, _a._ Nuptial, connubial, hymeneal, matrimonial, conjugal.

~Bridal~, _n._ Marriage, wedding, nuptials, nuptial festival.

~Bridewell~, _n._ Prison, jail, penitentiary, workhouse, house of
correction.

~Bridle~, _n._ Restraint, curb, check.

~Bridle~, _v. a._ Restrain, control, check, curb, control, govern.

~Brief~, _a._ ~1.~ Short, concise, succinct, compendious, laconic, CURT.

~2.~ Transitory, fleeting, transient, temporary, short-lived, ephemeral.

~Brief~, _n._ ~1.~ Epitome, compendium, summary, synopsis, syllabus,
abstract, breviary, abridgment, conspectus.

~2.~ Pontifical letter, papal rescript.

~3.~ (_Law._) Writ, precept.

~Briefly~, _ad._ Concisely, in short, in brief, in a few words.

~Brigand~, _n._ Robber, highwayman, free-booter, marauder, outlaw,
bandit.

~Bright~, _a._ ~1.~ Luminous, shining, resplendent, glowing, lustrous,
beaming, gleaming, radiant, brilliant, effulgent, refulgent, splendid,
beamy, silvery, argent.

~2.~ Clear, transparent, lucid, pellucid, limpid.

~3.~ Illustrious, glorious, famous.

~4.~ Acute, ingenious, discerning, keen, INTELLIGENT.

~5.~ Auspicious, promising, propitious.

~Brighten~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Polish, burnish, furbish, make bright.

~2.~ Make cheerful, make joyous.

~Brighten~, _v. n._ Grow bright.

~Brightness~, _n._ ~1.~ Lustre, splendor, brilliancy, radiance,
resplendence, effulgence.

~2.~ Clearness, transparency, lucidity.

~3.~ Acuteness, ingenuity, sagacity, acumen, astuteness, discernment,
mother-wit, quick parts.

~Brilliancy~, _n._ Splendor, lustre, brightness, effulgence,
refulgence, radiance, shine, sheen, gloss.

~Brilliant~, _a._ ~1.~ Sparkling, glittering, splendid, lustrous,
shining, bright, beaming, radiant, effulgent, refulgent, resplendent.

~2.~ Illustrious, glorious, celebrated, famous.

~Brilliant~, _n._ Diamond (_cut into facets_).

~Brim~, _n._ Edge, border, rim, verge, margin, skirt.

~Brimful~, _a._ Quite full, full to the brim, choke full.

~Brimstone~, _n._ ~1.~ Sulphur.

~2.~ [_Commercial term._] Cane brimstone, roll sulphur, stick sulphur.

~Brinded~, _a._ Brindled, tabby.

~Brindled~, _a._ Brinded, tabby.

~Brine~, _n._ ~1.~ Salt water.

~2.~ Sea, ocean, deep, main.

~Bring~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Convey, bear, FETCH.

~2.~ Produce, gain, be the cause of, be the means of.

~3.~ Draw, lead, induce, prevail upon.

~Bring about~, Effect, achieve, accomplish, bring to pass.

~Bring back~, ~1.~ Recall.

~2.~ Restore, return.

~Bring down~, Humble, abase.

~Bring forth~, ~1.~ Give birth to.

~2.~ Produce, exhibit, show, expose, bring out, bring to light, make
manifest.

~Bring forward~, Introduce, propose.

~Bring near~, APPROXIMATE.

~Bring on~, Originate, give rise to.

~Bring out~, Produce, expose, show, exhibit, bring forth, bring to
light.

~Bring over~, ~1.~ Bear across.

~2.~ Convert, win over.

~Bring to~, ~1.~ Check the course of (_said of a ship_).

~2.~ Resuscitate, revive.

~Bring under~, Subdue, repress, restrain, conquer, get the better of.

~Bring up~, Educate, instruct, rear, nurse.

~Brink~, _n._ Edge, border, margin, verge, brow.

~Briny~, _a._ Salt.

~Brisk~, _a._ Active, lively, smart, agile, nimble, quick, smart,
alert, spry, spirited, vivacious, sprightly.

~Brittle~, _a._ Fragile, crumbling, shivery, frail, frangible, BRASH,
easily broken (_into pieces_), easily shivered.

~Britzska~, _n._ Brett.

~Broach~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pierce, tap.

~2.~ Utter, publish, proclaim, give out.

~Broached~, _a._ Tapped, abroach, on tap.

~Broad~, _a._ ~1.~ Wide.

~2.~ Large, ample, extensive, expanded, extended, vast.

~3.~ Spread, diffused, open.

~4.~ Gross, coarse, indelicate, vulgar, obscene.

~Broaden~, _v. a._ Widen, make broad.

~Broadside~, _n._ ~1.~ Cannonade (_from all the guns on the side of a
ship)_.

~2.~ Placard, bill, poster, hand-bill.

~Brochure~, _n._ [Fr.] Pamphlet.

~Broil~, _n._ Affray, fray, quarrel, contention, feud, BRAWL.

~Broken~, _a._ ~1.~ Shattered, rent, severed, separated.

~2.~ Weakened, impaired, feeble, shaken, spent, wasted, exhausted.

~3.~ Abrupt, craggy, steep, precipitous, rough.

~Broken-hearted~, _a._ Disconsolate, inconsolable, comfortless,
cheerless, sad, sorrowful, melancholy, woebegone, forlorn, undone,
heart-broken, in despair.

~Broker~, _n._ Factor, agent, middleman, go-between.

~Brood~, _v. n._ Incubate.

~Brood~, _n._ Offspring, progeny, issue.

~Brood over~, Think long and anxiously about.

~Brook~, _n._ Rivulet, streamlet, run, RUNNEL, runlet, rill, BURN,
small stream.

~Brook~, _v. a._ Endure, bear, abide, tolerate, suffer, put up with,
submit to, bear with, take patiently or easily.

~Broom~, _n._ Besom.

~Broth~, _n._ Soup (_in which meat has been macerated_).

~Brothel~, _n._ Bagnio, stew, bawdy-house, whore-house, house of
prostitution, house of ill-fame.

~Brotherhood~, _n._ ~1.~ Relation of a brother, mutual kindness (_as
of brothers_).

~2.~ Fraternity, ASSOCIATION, sodality, society, CLIQUE, coterie,
clan, JUNTO.

~Brotherly~, _a._ Fraternal, affectionate, kind, amicable, friendly,
cordial.

~Brow~, _n._ ~1.~ Forehead.

~2.~ Edge (_as of a precipice_), brink, border.

~Browbeat~, _v. a._ Bully, overbear, treat insolently.

~Brown study~, Reverie, musing, abstraction, preoccupation, absence,
absence of mind.

~Browse~, _n._ Tender twigs of shrubs and trees.

~Browse~, _v. a._ Nibble, crop, feed upon.

~Browse~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Feed on browse.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Live precariously.

~Bruin~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Bear.

~Bruise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Crush, squeeze, contuse.

~2.~ Break, batter, pound, bray, pulverize, comminute, triturate,
break to pieces.

~Bruise~, _n._ Contusion.

~Bruit~, _n._ Rumor, fame, report, hearsay, town-talk.

~Bruit~, _v. a._ Report, noise, blaze or spread abroad.

~Brunt~, _n._ Shock, heat of onset.

~Brush~, _n._ ~1.~ Skirmish, engagement, rencounter, encounter,
battle, contest, fight, conflict, collision, action, affair.

~2.~ Thicket, bushes, shrubs, brushwood.

~Brushwood~, _n._ Underwood, shrubs, bushes, brush.

~Brusque~, _a._ [Fr.] Rude, rough, blunt, unceremonious, abrupt,
bluff, gruff, ungentle, uncivil, ungracious, bearish, discourteous,
uncourteous, impolite.

~Brutal~, _a._ ~1.~ Savage, ferocious, cruel, inhuman, unfeeling,
barbarous, barbarian, fell, barbaric, ruthless, truculent, bloody,
brutish, brute.

~2.~ Churlish, gruff, bearish, harsh, uncivil, rude, rough, impolite,
unmannerly, BRUSQUE, ungentlemanly.

~3.~ Gross, coarse, sensual, carnal, brutish, beastly, bestial.

~Brutality~, _n._ Savageness, inhumanity, barbarity, cruelty,
brutishness, ferocity, truculence, hardness of heart.

~Brute~, _n._ ~1.~ BEAST (_in a wild state_), quadruped, four-footed
animal, ferocious animal.

~2.~ Ruffian, barbarian, brutal monster.

~Brute~, _a._ ~1.~ Irrational, void of reason.

~2.~ Bestial, savage, barbarous, BRUTAL.

~3.~ Rough, rude, uncivilized.

~Brutish~, a. ~1.~ BRUTAL.

~2.~ Irrational, brute.

~3.~ Stupid, dull, insensible.

~4.~ Gross, carnal, sensual, bestial, beastly.

~Brutum fulmen~, [L.] Harmless thunderbolt, loud but harmless
threatening, empty sound.

~Bubble~, _n._ ~1.~ Water bladder.

~2.~ Trifle, bagatelle, small matter.

~3.~ Cheat, delusion, hoax, false show.

~Buccaneer~, _n._ Pirate, corsair, sea-rover, sea-robber, freebooter,
picaroon.

~Buck~, _n._ ~1.~ Male (_of the deer, sheep, goat, rabbit, and hare_).

~2.~ Blade, spark, gallant; gay, dashing fellow.

~Buckish~, _a._ Gay, dashing.

~Buckle~, _v. a._ Fasten with a buckle.

~Buckle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Bend, bow.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Struggle, contend, strive.

~Buckle one's self~, Apply vigorously, set one's self earnestly.

~Buckler~, _n._ ~1.~ Shield, ægis.

~2.~ Defence, protection, safeguard.

~Bucolic~, _n._ Eclogue, pastoral, idyl, pastoral poem.

~Bucolic~, _a._ Pastoral, rustic.

~Bucolical~, _a._ Pastoral, rustic.

~Bud~, _n._ Germ, gem, undeveloped branch or flower.

~Bud~, _v. n._ Sprout, shoot, push, germinate, vegetate, pullulate,
put forth, burst forth, shoot forth.

~Budge~, _v. n._ Stir, move, go.

~Budget~, _n._ ~1.~ Bag (_with its contents_), pack, packet, parcel,
package, bundle, roll.

~2.~ Stock, store, batch, lot, set, assortment, collection.

~Buff~, _n._ Buff-skin.

~Buff~, _a._ ~1.~ Light yellow.

~2.~ Made of buff or buff-skin.

~Buffalo~, _n._ [_U. S._] Bison.

~Buffet~, _n._ ~1.~ Slap, box, knock, rap, blow, cuff.

~2.~ Cupboard.

~Buffet~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Beat, box, strike, smite, cuff.

~2.~ Struggle against, contend against.

~Buffle-headed~, _a._ Dull, stupid, doltish, foolish, blockish,
simple, witless, thick-skulled.

~Buffoon~, _n._ Mountebank, harlequin, jester, droll, merry Andrew,
punch, punchinello, clown, zany, scaramouch, fool, antic, jack-
pudding, pickle-herring.

~Buffoonery~, _n._ Jesting (_of a low sort_), mummery, foolery,
tomfoolery, harlequinade, low pranks, vulgar tricks.

~Buff-skin~, _n._ Buff.

~Bugaboo~, _n._ [_Low._] BUGBEAR.

~Bugbear~, _n._ Hobgoblin, spectre, ogre, BUGABOO, POKER, Gorgon,
Hydra, frightful object, raw head and bloody bones.

~Buggery~, _n._ Sodomy, unnatural carnal intercourse.

~Build~, _v. a._ Construct, erect, raise, fabricate.

~Build~, _v. n._ Construct edifices.

~Build upon~, Depend on, rest on, rely upon, calculate upon, reckon
upon, count upon.

~Building~, _n._ ~1.~ Construction.

~2.~ Structure, edifice, erection, fabric, pile.

~Bulb~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Bot._) Scaly bud (_like the onion and the tulip_).

~2.~ Spherical protuberance.

~Bulbous~, _a._ ~1.~ (_Bot._) Of the nature of the bulb.

~2.~ Round, roundish, protuberant, swelling out.

~Bulbul~, _n._ Persian nightingale (_Pyconotus jocosus_).

~Bulge~, _n._ Protuberance, bilge, belly, swell, swelling.

~Bulge~, _v. n._ Protrude, jut out.

~Bulk~, _n._ ~1.~ Magnitude, size, volume, greatness, largeness,
bigness, bulkiness, amplitude, mass, massiveness, dimensions.

~2.~ Body, gross, majority, main part, greater part, principal part.

~Bulkhead~, _n._ (_Naut._) Partition, dividing wall.

~Bulky~, _a._ Large, great, big, huge, vast, of great size or bulk.

~Bull~, _n._ ~1.~ Male of bovine animals.

~2.~ Edict (_issued by the Pope_), rescript.

~3.~ Blunder (_involving a contradiction_), gross mistake.

~4.~ (_Astron._) Taurus.

~Bull-head~, n. ~1.~ Blockhead, simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~2.~ Horn-pout, mud-pout, cat-fish (_Pimelodus cattus_).

~Bully~, _n._ Blusterer, swaggerer, vaporer, hector, fire-eater,
Hotspur, mock hero.

~Bully~, _v. a._ Browbeat, overbear, treat insolently.

~Bullying~, _a._ Blustering, swaggering, vaporing, vaunting,
hectoring, bluff, gruff, bearish.

~Bullying~, _n._ Blustering, swaggering, bluster, fanfaronade.

~Bulwark~, _n._ ~1.~ Rampart, redoubt, fortification.

~2.~ Security, safeguard, palladium.

~Bumble-bee~, _n._ Humble-bee.

~Bummer~, _n._ [_Colloquial U.S._] Raider (_in search of provisions_),
forager.

~Bump~, _n._ ~1.~ Thump, knock, blow.

~2.~ Swelling, protuberance.

~3.~ [_Colloquial, in allusion to the doctrine of Phrenology that
protuberances on the skull indicate faculties of the mind._] Faculty,
power, endowment, gift.

~Bump~, _v. a._ Knock, thump, strike, hit.

~Bumpkin~, _n._ Rustic, peasant, clodpole, clown, boor, hind, lout,
lubber, swain, ploughman, countryman.

~Bumptious~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Conceited, vain, egotistical, self-
opinionated, self-conceited.

~Bunch~, _n._ ~1.~ Protuberance, hunch, knob, lump.

~2.~ Cluster (_as of grapes_).

~3.~ Batch, assortment, lot, set, parcel, collection.

~4.~ Tuft, knot.

~Bundle~, _n._ Package, pack, packet, parcel, budget, roll.

~Bundle~, _v. a._ Tie in a bundle, put into bundles, bundle up.

~Bundle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Depart hurriedly, set off in a hurry.

~2.~ Sleep together (_without undressing_).

~Bundle off~, (_Active._) Send off in a hurry.

~Bundle up~, (_Active._) Bundle, wrap up.

~Bungle~, _v. n._ Do any thing clumsily.

~Bungler~, _n._ Lubber, fumbler, clumsy workman, bad hand (_at any
thing_), fresh-water sailor.

~Bungling~, _a._ ~1.~ Clumsy, awkward, unhandy, unskilful, maladroit,
inapt.

~2.~ Ill-done.

~Bunk~, _n._ [_Colloquial U.S._] Berth, bed.

~Bunk~, _v. n._ [_Colloquial U.S._] Lie (_in a bunk_), sleep.

~Bunker~, _n._ Bin, crib.

~Bunt~, _v. n._ Butt, strike with the head or the horns.

~Buoy~, _n._ Float (_to indicate shoals, anchoring places, &c._).

~Buoy up~, ~1.~ Float, keep afloat, bear up, bear on the surface.

~2.~ Encourage, embolden, reassure.

~Buoyancy~, _n._ ~1.~ Lightness, levity, specific lightness.

~2.~ Vivacity, liveliness, sprightliness, cheerfulness, GAYETY.

~Buoyant~, _a._ ~1.~ Tending to float, light.

~2.~ Cheerful, hopeful, lively, sprightly, vivacious, animated,
spirited, joyful, joyous, gay, blithe, blithesome, jocund, sportive,
elated, jubilant, in good spirits, in high spirits, full of life, full
of spirit.

~Burbot~, _n._ Eel-pout (_Lota vulgaris_).

~Burden~, _n._ ~1.~ Load, weight.

~2.~ Cargo, freight, lading.

~3.~ Incumbrance, clog, impediment, incubus, drag weight, dead weight.

~4.~ Chorus, refrain.

~Burden~, _v. a._ Load, overload, overlay, oppress, surcharge, put a
burden upon.

~Burdensome~, _a._ ~1.~ Heavy, oppressive, onerous.

~2.~ Troublesome, grievous, hard to bear.

~Bureau~, _n._ ~1.~ Chest of drawers.

~2.~ Office, counting-room, place of business.

~3.~ Department (_of Government_).

~Burgall~, _n._ Conner, cunner, CHOGSET, blue perch.

~Burglary~, _n._ House-breaking (_at night_).

~Burial~, _n._ Interment, sepulture, inhumation, entombment, burying.

~Burial-ground~, _n._ Cemetery, graveyard, burying-ground, church-
yard, necropolis.

~Burin~, _n._ Graver, style.

~Burlesque~, _a._ Comic, comical, funny, laughable, farcical,
ludicrous, jocular, sportive.

~Burlesque~, _n._ Caricature, travesty, parody, farce, ludicrous
representation.

~Burlesque~, _v. a._ Caricature, travesty, make ludicrous.

~Burly~, _a._ ~1.~ Stout, lusty, brawny, portly, bulky, strong,
STRAPPING, BOUNCING.

~2.~ Boisterous, noisy, blustering, swaggering, bullying, hectoring,
coarse and rough.

~Burn~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Consume with fire, reduce to ashes.

~2.~ Calcine, char, scorch, toast, parch, bake.

~3.~ Injure by fire or heat.

~4.~ Shrivel, cause to wither.

~Burn~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Flame, be on fire.

~2.~ Glow, warm, be excited.

~Burn~, _n._ [_Scottish._] Brook, rivulet, streamlet, runnel, rivulet,
rill, small stream.

~Burning~, _a._ ~1.~ Fiery, flaming, hot, scorching.

~2.~ Glowing, ardent, fervent, fervid, impassioned, intense, earnest.

~3.~ Vehement, powerful.

~Burning-glass~, _n._ Convex lens.

~Burnish~, _v. a._ Polish, furbish, brighten, make bright, make glossy.

~Burn one's fingers~, Get one's self into trouble (_as by meddling in
the affairs of others, or by speculation_), smart for it.

~Burst~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Break open (_from internal pressure_), fly open,
be rent asunder.

~2.~ Break out suddenly.

~Burst~, _v. a._ Rend asunder, break open.

~Burst~, _n._ Explosion, BURSTING.

~Bursting~, _n._ Explosion, disruption, blast, burst.

~Bury~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cover (_with earth, &c._), cover up.

~2.~ Inter, inhume, entomb, inurn, lay in the grave, consign to the
grave.

~3.~ Hide, conceal, secrete, shroud.

~Burying~, _n._ Interment, sepulture, inhumation, entombment, burial.

~Burying-ground~, _n._ Cemetery, graveyard, BURIAL-GROUND.

~Bury the hatchet~, Make peace, be reconciled, sheathe the sword, put
up the sword.

~Bush~, _n._ Shrub.

~Bushel~, _n._ Four pecks, eight gallons, thirty-two quarts.

~Business~, _n._ ~1.~ Calling, employment, occupation, pursuit,
vocation, profession, craft, AVOCATION, walk of life.

~2.~ Trade, commerce, traffic, dealing.

~3.~ Concern, matter, affair, transaction.

~4.~ Office, duty, function.

~Buskin~, _n._ ~1.~ Half boot (_especially one with high soles, worn
by the ancient tragedians_).

~2.~ Tragedy, tragic drama.

~Buskined~, _a._ ~1.~ Dressed in buskins.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Tragic.

~Buss~, _v. a._ [_Colloquial._] Kiss.

~Buss~, _n._ Kiss, smack.

~Bustle~, _v. n._ FUSS, stir about, busy one's self, be active, be
busy, bestir one's self, make a fuss, be in a fidget, be in a PUCKER,
be in a stew, make much ado about trifles or about nothing.

~Bustle~, _n._ ~1.~ Stir, FUSS, hurry, flurry, tumult, pother,
commotion, ado, TO DO.

~2.~ Bishop, TOURNURE.

~Busy~, _a._ ~1.~ Diligent, assiduous, industrious, sedulous, notable,
active, working, hard-working, at work; diligently employed, engaged,
or occupied.

~2.~ Brisk, stirring, bustling, nimble, agile, SPRY, constantly in
motion.

~3.~ Meddling, officious, importunate.

~Busy~, _v. a._ Occupy, employ, make busy.

~Busybody~, _n._ Meddler, intermeddler, meddlesome person, officious
person.

~But~, _conj._ ~1.~ On the other hand, on the contrary.

~2.~ Yet, still, however, nevertheless, moreover, further.

~3.~ Unless, if it were not that, if it be not that.

~4.~ But that, otherwise than that.

~But~, _prep._ Except, excepting.

~But~, _ad._ Only, no more than.

~But~, _n._ ~1.~ End (_especially the larger end_), but-end.

~2.~ Bound, boundary, mete.

~Butcher~, _n._ Slayer, killer, murderer, slaughterer, assassin, cut-
throat.

~Butcher~, _v. a._ Kill, MURDER, slay, slaughter, massacre,
ASSASSINATE, despatch, put to death.

~Butchery~, _n._ MURDER, slaughter, massacre, carnage, bloodshed.

~But-end~, _n._ Blunt end, but.

~Butt~, _n._ ~1.~ Mark, object, target, point aimed at.

~2.~ Laughing-stock.

~3.~ Stroke, blow.

~4.~ Cask.

~Butt~, _v. n._ Bunt, strike with the head or the horns.

~Butter-bird~, _n._ Bobolink, rice-bird, rice-bunting, reed-bird,
skunk-bird, skunk-blackbird (_Dolichonyx orizyvorus_).

~Butterfly-shaped~, _a._ Papilionaceous.

~Buttery~, _n._ Pantry.

~Buttock~, _n._ Rump.

~Button-ball tree~, BUTTON-WOOD.

~Button-holder~, _n._ Bore, proser.

~Button-wood~, _n._ Sycamore, plane-tree, button-ball tree, water-birch
(_Platanus occidentalis_).

~Buttress~, _n._ Shore, prop, support, stay, brace.

~Buxom~, _a._ Gay, brisk, sprightly, lively, joyous, joyful, buoyant,
vivacious, cheerful, blithe, blithesome, WINSOME, jocund, sportive,
frolicsome, jolly, airy, debonair, in high health and spirits.

~Buy~, _v. a._ Purchase, bargain for.

~Buzz~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Hum, make a humming sound (_as bees_).

~2.~ Whisper, murmur.

~Buzz~, _n._ ~1.~ Hum, humming noise.

~2.~ Whisper, murmur.

~By~, _prep._ ~1.~ Through (_as the cause, or the remote agent_),
WITH, by the agency of, by means of, by dint of.

~2.~ At, on, by way of.

~3.~ From, according to.

~4.~ Near to, close by.

~5.~ Past.

~6.~ Along, over.

~By~, _ad._ Near.

~By and by~, Presently, soon, before long, in a short time.

~By chance~, Perhaps, perchance, possibly, haply, PERADVENTURE, maybe,
it may be, as luck may have it, as it happened.

~By degrees~, Gradually, step by step, little by little, by little and
little.

~By dint of~, By, by force of, by means of, by the agency of.

~By-end~, _n._ By-purpose, private interest, secret purpose, self-
interested purpose, clandestine design.

~By far~, Very much, in a great degree.

~By fits~, Irregularly, fitfully, by fits and starts.

~By fits and starts~, BY FITS.

~Bygone~, _a._ Past, gone by.

~By hand~, With the hands, by the use of the hands.

~By hook or by crook~, Somehow or other, one way or other, in one way
or another, by any means.

~By-name~, _n._ Nickname, SOBRIQUET.

~By one's self~, ~1.~ Alone, solitary.

~2.~ On one's own account, ON ONE'S OWN HOOK.

~By-path~, _n._ By-way, private way.

~By-place~, _n._ Retired place, out-of-the-way place.

~By-purpose~, _n._ BY-END.

~By-road~, _n._ Private road, unfrequented road.

~By-room~, _n._ Private room, CABINET.

~By rote~, By mere repetition, without any exercise of the
understanding, with no attention to the meaning.

~Bystander~, _n._ Spectator, looker-on.

~By stealth~, Secretly, clandestinely.

~By the board~, Overboard, over the side.

~By the bye~, In passing, EN PASSANT, apropos to the matter in hand,
by the way.

~By the job~, At a stipulated price (_for the whole job_).

~By the strike~, By the level measure.

~By the way~, BY THE BYE.

~By-way~, _n._ By-path, private way.

~Byword~, _n._ ~1.~ Saying, saw, maxim, adage, proverb, aphorism,
apothegm, dictum, sententious precept.

~2.~ Object of contempt, mark for scorn.

~3.~ Slang, cant term.



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~Cabal~, _n._ ~1.~ CLIQUE (_for some sinister purpose_), junto,
COTERIE, set, party, gang, faction, combination, league, confederacy,
CAMARILLA.

~2.~ Intrigue, plot, COMPLOT, conspiracy, machination.

~Cabal~, _v. n._ Intrigue, plot, conspire.

~Cabalistic~, _a._ Occult, secret, mysterious, mystic, mystical, dark.

~Cabaret~, _n._ [Fr.] Tavern, inn, hotel, public house, house of
entertainment.

~Cabbage~, _v. a._ [_Colloquial._] Steal, purloin, filch, pilfer, make
off with.

~Cabbage~, _n._ ~1.~ Plant of the genus _Brassica_.

~2.~ [_Cant term._] Shreds of cloth, tailors' remnants.

~Cabin~, _n._ Hut, hovel, cot, shed, poor cottage, mean dwelling.

~Cabinet~, _n._ ~1.~ Closet, boudoir, by-room, small room, private
room, retired apartment.

~2.~ Ministry, council, body of advisers.

~Caboose~, _n._ [Written also _Camboose_.] Cook-room (_of a ship_),
galley.

~Cachalot~, _n._ Sperm-whale, spermaceti-whale (_Physeter
macrocephalus_).

~Cachinnation~, _n._ Laughter (_loud or immoderate_), laugh, guffaw,
horse-laugh.

~Cackle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Laugh (_with a sound like the cackling of a
goose_), GIGGLE, TITTER, SNICKER.

~2.~ Prate, prattle, babble, chatter, palaver, talk idly, talk nonsense.

~Cackle~, _n._ Prattle, prate, twaddle, idle talk, small talk.

~Cacoethes~, _n._ [L.] ~1.~ Bad habit, bad custom.

~2.~ (_Med._) Incurable ulcer.

~Cacophonous~, _a._ Harsh, grating, discordant.

~Cacophony~, _n._ Discord, jarring, jar, harsh sound.

~Cadaverous~, _a._ Pale, pallid, wan, ghastly, death-like.

~Caddice~, _n._ Case-worm, cade-worm.

~Caddis~, _n._ Case-worm, cade-worm.

~Cadence~, _n._ ~1.~ Fall of the voice.

~2.~ Tone, intonation, modulation of the voice.

~Cade-worm~, _n._ Caddice, case-worm.

~Caduceus~, _n._ [L.] Mercury's rod, Mercury's staff.

~Cæsura~, _n._ Pause (in a verse), break.

~Cæteris paribus~, [L.] Other things being equal, in like circumstances.

~Café~, _n._ [Fr.] Restaurant, coffee-house.

~Caitiff~, _n._ Villain, wretch, miscreant, knave, rascal, scoundrel,
mean fellow.

~Cajole~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Coax, wheedle, flatter, fawn upon.

~2.~ Deceive (_by flattery_), delude, inveigle, entrap, impose upon.

~Cajolery~, _n._ ~1.~ Flattery, wheedling, fawning, coaxing,
adulation, blandishment, blarney, SOFT SAWDER, SOFT SOAP.

~2.~ Deceit, deception, imposition.

~Cake~, _v. n._ Harden, solidify, concrete, become firm or solid.

~Calamine~, _n._ Silicate of zinc (_in a mineral state_).

~Calamitous~, _a._ Disastrous, unlucky, unfortunate, adverse,
untoward, unhappy, unprosperous, hapless, ill-fated, ill-starred,
deplorable, ruinous, miserable, wretched, dreadful, distressful,
afflictive, sad, grievous.

~Calamity~, _n._ Disaster, misfortune, catastrophe, mishap, mischance,
reverse, visitation, trial, blow, stroke, trouble, affliction,
adversity, distress, hardship, casualty, ill luck, ill fortune.

~Calcareous~, _a._ Limy.

~Calcareous spar~, Iceland spar, Iceland crystal, crystallized
carbonate of lime.

~Calcine~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Burn, reduce to ashes.

~2.~ Oxidize, oxidate.

~Calculable~, _a._ Computable.

~Calculate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Compute, reckon, estimate, count, rate, cast.

~2.~ Adjust, adapt, fit.

~Calculate~, _v. n._ Tell, estimate, make a calculation, make a
computation, cast accounts.

~Calculate upon~, Anticipate, contemplate, foresee, expect, look
forward to, look out for, reckon upon, count upon, rely upon, depend
upon, prepare one's self for.

~Calculation~, _n._ ~1.~ Computation, reckoning.

~2.~ Investigation, examination, inquisition, inquiry, scrutiny,
exploration, sifting.

~3.~ Expectation, expectance, anticipation, contemplation, prospect.

~4.~ Forethought, foresight, circumspection, wariness, caution,
cautiousness, discretion, deliberation, prudence.

~Calculous~, _a._ Stony, gritty.

~Calculus~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Med._) [L. _pl. Calculi._] Morbid concretion.

~2.~ [_Eng. pl. Calculuses._] Fluxions, differential and Integral
calculus.

~Caledonian~, _a._ Scottish, Scotch.

~Caledonian~, _n._ Scotchman.

~Calefaction~, _n._ Heating, incalescence.

~Calembour~, _n._ [Fr.] Pun, quibble, play upon words.

~Calendar~, _n._ ~1.~ Almanac, ephemeris, register of the year.

~2.~ List.

~Calender~, _n._ Hot press.

~Calender~, _v. a._ Smooth or glaze (_by a calender_).

~Calendering~, _n._ Glazing (_by a calender_).

~Calibre~, _n._ [Written also _Caliber_.] ~1.~ Diameter of the bore.

~2.~ Bore.

~3.~ Talent, ability, faculty, endowment, parts, genius, compass or
mind.

~Calico~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Eng._] Cotton cloth.

~2.~ [U.S.] Print, printed cotton cloth.

~Caliper-compasses~, _n. pl._ [Written also _Caliber-compasses_.]
Calipers.

~Calipers~, _n. pl._ CALIPER-COMPASSES.

~Call~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Name, term, denominate, entitle, style, phrase,
designate, dub, christen.

~2.~ Bid, invite, summon, ask to come, send for.

~3.~ Convoke, assemble, convene, muster, call together.

~4.~ Appoint, designate, elect, ordain, set apart.

~5.~ Invoke, appeal to.

~Call~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Exclaim, cry, cry out, speak aloud, make appeal.

~2.~ Make a short visit.

~Call~, _n._ ~1.~ Invitation, summons.

~2.~ Demand, claim, requisition.

~3.~ Short visit.

~Calling~, _n._ Occupation, business, profession, pursuit, trade,
craft, employment, vocation, AVOCATION, walk of life.

~Call on~, ~1.~ Invoke, appeal to, pray to, call upon.

~2.~ Solicit, apply to.

~3.~ Make a visit to, pay a visit to.

~Callous~, _a._ ~1.~ Indurated, hardened, hard.

~2.~ Insensible, unfeeling, apathetic, obtuse, unsusceptible,
unimpressible, sluggish, dull, torpid, indifferent, dead.

~Callow~, _a._ Unfledged, unfeathered, naked.

~Call upon~, CALL ON.

~Calm~, _a._ ~1.~ Tranquil, serene, placid, quiet, still, smooth,
halcyon, peaceful.

~2.~ Undisturbed, composed, collected, unruffled, sedate, mild, cool.

~Calm~, _n._ Serenity, CALMNESS.

~Calm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Still, compose, hush, smooth, allay, lull.

~2.~ Tranquillize, becalm, pacify, appease, assuage, quiet, soothe,
soften, mollify, moderate, alleviate.

~Calmness~, _n._ ~1.~ Quietness, tranquillity, serenity, repose,
peace, stillness, calm, placidity, lull.

~2.~ Mildness, coolness, sedateness, composure.

~Calomel~, _n._ Chloride of mercury, protochloride of mercury,
subchloride of mercury.

~Calorific~, _a._ Heating, heat-producing.

~Calumet~, _n._ Pipe of peace.

~Calumniate~, _v. a._ Slander, asperse, malign, traduce, defame,
scandalize, vilify, revile, abuse, lampoon, libel, blacken, blemish,
accuse falsely.

~Calumniator~, _n._ Slanderer, traducer, defamer, backbiter, libeller,
lampooner, detractor.

~Calumnious~, _a._ Slanderous, abusive, defamatory, contumelious,
opprobrious, vituperative, scurrilous, insulting.

~Calumny~, _n._ SLANDER (_known to be false_), defamation, aspersion,
backbiting, detraction, abuses, scandal, obloquy, false accusation.

~Calyx~, _n._ Flower-cup.

~Camarilla~, _n._ [Sp.] CLIQUE, cabal, secret cabinet, power behind
the throne.

~Camboose~, _n._ CABOOSE.

~Cambrian~, _a._ Welsh.

~Cambrian~, _n._ Welshman, Cambro-Briton.

~Cambro-Briton~, _n._ CAMBRIAN.

~Camelopard~, _n._ Giraffe.

~Camerated~, _a._ Arched, vaulted, bowed.

~Camons~, _a._ Flat, depressed (_said only of the nose_).

~Camp~, _n._ Encampment.

~Camp~, _v. n._ Encamp, pitch one's tent, pitch a camp.

~Campanile~, _n._ Belfry.

~Campeachy wood~, Logwood.

~Can~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be able to, have power to.

~2.~ Be possible to.

~Canada balsam~, Balsam of fir, Canada turpentine.

~Canada snakeroot~, Wild ginger.

~Canaille~, _n._ [Fr.] Populace, rabble, mob, riffraff, the vulgar,
the people, the crowd, vulgar herd, the ignoble vulgar, low people,
lowest class of people, the multitude, the million, scum of society,
dregs of society, RAG-TAG-AND-BOB-TAIL.

~Canard~, _n._ [Fr.] Hoax, absurd or ridiculous fabrication.

~Cancel~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Obliterate, efface, erase, expunge, blot, blot
out, rub out, scratch out, wipe out.

~2.~ Abrogate, annul, repeal, rescind, revoke, abolish, nullify,
quash, set aside, make void.

~Cancellated~, _a._ Cross-barred.

~Candelabrum~, _n._ [L. _pl. Candelabra; Eng. pl. Candelabrums_.]
Chandelier, lustre, branched candlestick.

~Candid~, _a._ ~1.~ Impartial, fair, just, unprejudiced, unbiassed,
upright, honest, sincere.

~2.~ Open, free, ingenuous, artless, frank, plain, honorable, NAÏVE,
guileless, straightforward, open-hearted, frank-hearted, above-board.

~Candidate~, _n._ Aspirant, solicitant.

~Candor~, _n._ ~1.~ Fairness, honesty, sincerity.

~2.~ Openness, ingenuousness, artlessness, frankness, guilelessness,
truthfulness.

~Cane brimstone~, Roll sulphur, stick sulphur.

~Canicula~, _n._ Sirius, dog-star.

~Canicular days~, Dog-days.

~Canine madness~, Hydrophobia.

~Canker~, _v. a._ Corrupt, corrode, erode, eat away.

~Canker-rash~, _n._ Putrid sore throat.

~Canker-worm~, _n._ Span-worm, looper, geometer.

~Cannibals~, _n. pl._ Anthropophagi, man-eaters.

~Cannon~, _n._ Great gun.

~Cannonade~, _v. a._ Attack with cannon, attack with heavy artillery.

~Canon~, _n._ ~1.~ Rule (_especially in ecclesiastical matters_), law,
formula, formulary.

~2.~ Received books of Scripture, canonical books.

~3.~ Catalogue of Saints.

~Canonical~, _a._ ~1.~ Received, authorized, according to the canon.

~2.~ Regular, stated.

~Canonicals~, _n. pl._ Full dress (_of a clergyman_).

~Canonize~, _v. a._ Declare a saint, make a saint of, enroll in the
canon.

~Canopy~, _n._ Awning, tilt.

~Canorous~, _a._ Musical, tuneful.

~Cant~, _n._ ~1.~ Whining or affected speech.

~2.~ Hypocrisy, pretence.

~3.~ Peculiar form of speech, professional terms.

~4.~ Slang, barbarous jargon, low language, inelegant expression.

~5.~ Auction, vendue, auction sale.

~6.~ Turn, tilt, slant.

~Cant~, _a._ ~1.~ Hypocritical, insincere, hollow, canting.

~2.~ Vulgar, barbarous, unauthorized, inelegant.

~Cantankerous~, _a._ Crabbed, perverse, stubborn, obstinate,
unyielding, refractory, contumacious, headstrong, wilful, dogged,
intractable, heady, obdurate, stiff, cross-grained.

~Canter~, _n._ ~1.~ HYPOCRITE, Pharisee.

~2.~ Easy gallop, gentle gallop.

~Canter~, _v. n._ Gallop gently.

~Cantharides~, _n. pl._ SPANISH FLIES.

~Canticle~, _n._ SONG.

~Canticles~, _n. pl._ The song of songs, Song of Solomon.

~Canting~, _a._ ~1.~ Affected.

~2.~ Hypocritical, insincere, hollow, cant.

~Cantonment~, _n._ Quarters.

~Canvass~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Debate, discuss, dispute, agitate, ventilate,
controvert.

~2.~ Investigate, examine, scrutinize, sift, study, consider, follow
up, inquire into.

~3.~ Bespeak the votes of, solicit votes from.

~Canvass~, _n._ ~1.~ Discussion, debate, dispute.

~2.~ Examination, scrutiny, sifting.

~3.~ Solicitation of votes.

~Canyon~, _n._ [Sp. _Cañon_], Gorge, ravine, gulch.

~Caoutchouc~, _n._ India-rubber, gum-elastic.

~Cap~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Crown, complete, finish.

~2.~ Exceed, surpass, transcend, overtop.

~Capability~, _n._ Capableness, capacity, ability, ableness, skill,
competency, efficiency.

~Capable~, _a._ ~1.~ Qualified, suited, fitted, adapted, susceptible.

~2.~ Able, competent, intelligent, clever, skilful, efficient,
ingenious, sagacious, gifted, accomplished.

~Capableness~, _n._ CAPABILITY.

~Capacious~, _a._ Spacious, ample, large, wide, broad, extensive,
roomy, expanded, comprehensive.

~Capaciousness~, _n._ CAPACITY.

~Capacitate~, _v. a._ Qualify, enable, make able, make or render
capable.

~Capacity~, _n._ ~1.~ Capaciousness, magnitude (_in reference to
contents_), volume, dimensions, amplitude, extent of room or space.

~2.~ Power (_of apprehension_), faculty, talent, genius, gift, turn,
FORTE, parts, brains, aptness, aptitude, discernment, wit, mother-wit,
calibre.

~3.~ ABILITY, ableness, capability, cleverness, skill, skilfulness,
competency, efficiency, readiness.

~4.~ Office, post, sphere, province, character, function, service,
charge.

~Cap-a-pie~, _ad._ [Fr.] From head to foot.

~Caparison~, _n._ Trappings (_for a horse_), bard, horse-armor.

~Cape~, _n._ Headland, promontory.

~Caper~, _v. n._ Leap (_in a frolicsome mood_), hop, skip, jump,
bound, romp, gambol, frisk, dance.

~Caper~, _n._ Leap (_in a frolicsome mood_), skip, hop, spring, bound,
gambol, romp, prank, freak.

~Capillary~, _a._ Fine (_like a hair_), slender, minute.

~Capital~, _a._ ~1.~ Chief, principal, leading, first in importance.

~2.~ Excellent, good, prime, perfect, first-rate.

~Capital~, _n._ ~1.~ Metropolis, chief city or town.

~2.~ Large letter, capital letter.

~3.~ Stock, sum invested.

~4.~ (_Arch._) Head of a column, pillar or pilaster.

~Capital crime~, Crime punishable with death.

~Capital letter~, Capital, large letter.

~Capital punishment~, Punishment or penalty of death.

~Capitation tax~, Poll tax.

~Capitulate~, _v. n._ Surrender (_by treaty_), yield on conditions.

~Capitulation~, _n._ Surrender (_by treaty_).

~Caprice~, _n._ Whim, freak, fancy, humor, crotchet, maggot, quirk,
vagary, whimsey, WRINKLE.

~Capricious~, _a._ Whimsical, fanciful, fantastical, crotchety,
humorsome, wayward, odd, queer, fitful, freakish, very changeable.

~Capsicum~, _n._ Cayenne, cayenne pepper, red pepper.

~Capsize~, _v. a._ Upset, overturn.

~Capsule~, _n._ ~1.~ Case, wrapper, envelope, covering, shell, sheath.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Pod, pericarp, seed-vessel.

~3.~ (_Chem._) Evaporating dish.

~4.~ Percussion cap.

~Captain~, _n._ ~1.~ Commander, leader, chief, chieftain.

~2.~ Warrior, military genius.

~Captain-general~, _n._ Generalissimo, general, commander-in-chief.

~Caption~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Law._) Arrest, seizure, apprehension.

~2.~ [_Not sanctioned by good writers._] Title or heading (_as of a
chapter or a discourse_).

~Captious~, _a._ ~1.~ Censorious, cavilling, carping, critical,
hypercritical, disposed to cavil, given to fault-finding.

~2.~ Crabbed, snappish, peevish, pettish, testy, touchy, waspish,
fretful, splenetic, cross, snarling, acrimonious, petulant,
cantankerous, contentious.

~3.~ Ensnaring, insidious.

~Captivate~, _v. a._ Charm, fascinate, enchant, bewitch, enamour, win,
catch, lead captive, please highly.

~Captive~, _n._ Prisoner.

~Captivity~, _n._ ~1.~ Imprisonment, confinement, duress, durance.

~2.~ Bondage, thraldom, enthralment, servitude, subjection, slavery,
vassalage.

~Capture~, _n._ ~1.~ Seizure, arrest, apprehension, catching, catch.

~2.~ Prize.

~Capture~, _v. a._ Seize, catch, apprehend, arrest, take by force,
take possession of.

~Capuchin~, _n._ Franciscan friar or monk.

~Caput mortuum~, Residuum (_of distillation or of sublimation_),
worthless residue.

~Carack~, _n._ [Written also _Carac_.] Argosy, galleon.

~Caramel~, _n._ Burnt sugar.

~Caravansary~, _n._ Tavern (_in the east_), inn, public house, house
of entertainment.

~Caravansera~, _n._ Tavern (_in the east_), inn, public house, house
of entertainment.

~Carbonate of Ammonia~, Sal-volatile, smelling-salts, sesqui-carbonate
of ammonia.

~Carbonic acid~, _n._ CHOKE-DAMP, fixed air, foul air, mephitic air,
carbonic-acid gas.

~Carbonize~, _v. a._ Convert into carbon.

~Carcass~, _n._ ~1.~ Dead body (_of an animal_), corpse, CORSE.

~2.~ Body (_in contempt or ridicule_).

~3.~ Mere framework.

~Cardialgia~, _n._ (_Med._) Heart-burn.

~Cardialgy~, _n._ (_Med._) Heart-burn.

~Cardinal~, _a._ Principal, chief, main, leading, most important.

~Cardinal-bird~, _n._ Cardinal grosbeck, Virginian nightingale
(_Fringilla cardinalis_).

~Cardinal-grosbeck~, _n._ CARDINAL-BIRD.

~Cardinal points~, East, west, north, and south.

~Cardinal virtues~, Prudence, temperance, justice, and fortitude.

~Carditis~, _n._ (_Med._) Inflammation of the heart.

~Care~, _n._ ~1.~ Anxiety, carefulness, solicitude, concern, trouble,
perplexity.

~2.~ Caution, heed, regard, attention, circumspection, watchfulness,
vigilance.

~3.~ Charge, oversight, superintendence, direction, management.

~Care~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be anxious, be solicitous, feel concerned, be
troubled, worry one's self.

~2.~ Be inclined, be disposed.

~3.~ Have regard.

~Careen~, _v. a._ Lay on one side.

~Careen~, _v. n._ Lean to one side, incline to one side.

~Career~, _n._ ~1.~ Course, race.

~2.~ Procedure, conduct, course of action, manner of life.

~Career~, _v. n._ Sweep, rush, course, move rapidly.

~Care for~, Have regard for, pay heed to, attach value to, ascribe
importance to.

~Careful~, _a._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Anxious, solicitous, concerned,
troubled, uneasy.

~2.~ Heedful, PROVIDENT, attentive, thoughtful.

~3.~ Watchful, cautious, circumspect, vigilant.

~Careless~, _a._ ~1.~ Unconcerned, undisturbed, untroubled, free from
care.

~2.~ Heedless, thoughtless, inattentive, unmindful, incautious,
unthinking, forgetful, remiss, listless, regardless, neglectful,
negligent.

~3.~ Unconsidered, inconsiderate.

~Carelessness~, _n._ Thoughtlessness, heedlessness, inattention,
inadvertence, inconsiderateness, remissness, listlessness.

~Caress~, _v. a._ Fondle, embrace, hug, pet, kiss, coddle, cosset,
treat with fondness.

~Caress~, _n._ Embrace, kiss, expression of affection.

~Caressing~, _n._ Fondling, endearment, blandishment, billing and
cooing.

~Cargo~, _n._ Lading, freight, load, burden.

~Caricature~, _n._ Travesty, parody, farce, burlesque, ludicrous
representation.

~Caricature~, _v. a._ Burlesque, travesty, parody.

~Caries~, _n._ [L.] (_Med._) Ulceration (_of a bone_), cariosity.

~Cariosity~, _n._ CARIES.

~Carious~, _a._ Ulcerated (_as a bone_), decayed, mortified, rotten,
putrid.

~Carlock~, _n._ Fish-glue (_made from the bladder of the sturgeon_),
isinglass, ichthyocol, ichthyocolla.

~Carminative~, _a._ Warming, antispasmodic.

~Carnage~, _n._ Slaughter, butchery, massacre, murder, bloodshed, havoc.

~Carnal~, _a._ ~1.~ Fleshly, sensual.

~2.~ Lustful, libidinous, lecherous, lascivious, lickerish,
concupiscent, salacious.

~Carnality~, _n._ Sensuality, grossness of mind, sensual appetites,
fleshly lusts.

~Carnal-minded~, _a._ Worldly-minded.

~Carnivorous~, _a._ Flesh-eating.

~Carol~, _n._ Song, lay, ditty.

~Carol~, _v. n._ Sing, warble.

~Carol~, _v. a._ Sing, warble, chant, hum, hymn, celebrate in song.

~Carousal~, _n._ ~1.~ Feast, festival, entertainment, jovial banquet,
merry-making, house-warming, REGALE.

~2.~ Bevelling, revelry, revel, SPREE, JOLLIFICATION, bacchanals,
saturnalia, debauch, compotation, wassail, orgies, carouse, cups,
drinking bout.

~Carouse~, _v. n._ Revel, tipple, guzzle.

~Carouse~, _n._ CAROUSAL, drinking bout.

~Carouser~, _n._ Reveller, tippler, toper, drunkard, bacchanal,
bacchanalian.

~Carp at~, Censure, cavil at, find fault with.

~Carper~, _n._ Caviller, censurer, censor.

~Carphology~, _n._ Floccillation, tilmus.

~Carping~, _a._ Cavilling, censorious, captious, complaining,
hypercritical.

~Carping~, _n._ Censure, cavil, fault-finding, hypercriticism,
captious criticism.

~Carpus~, _n._ [L.] (_Anat._) Wrist.

~Carrageen~, _n._ [Written also _Carragheen_.] Irish moss, carrageen
moss (_Fucus crispus_ or _Chondrus crispus_).

~Carrigeen~, _n._ [Written also _Carragheen_.] Irish moss, carrageen
moss (_Fucus crispus_ or _Chondrus crispus_).

~Carriage~, _n._ ~1.~ Vehicle, conveyance.

~2.~ Conduct, deportment, behavior, bearing, manner, demeanor, air,
mien.

~Carrion~, _n._ Putrefying flesh.

~Carroty~, _a._ Reddish-yellow (_said of the hair_).

~Carry~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Convey, bear, transport, transmit, TOTE, WAFT,
FETCH.

~2.~ Urge, impel, push forward.

~3.~ Accomplish, effect, gain, secure, compass, bring about.

~4.~ Support, sustain, bear up.

~5.~ Transfer.

~6.~ Imply, import, signify.

~Carry one's self~, Conduct, behave, demean one's self, carry it.

~Carry it~, ~1.~ Prevail.

~2.~ Behave, conduct, demean one's self, carry one's self.

~Carry off~, ~1.~ Remove, take away.

~2.~ Destroy, kill.

~Carry on~, (_Active_) ~1.~ Conduct, manage, transact, prosecute,
continue, help forward.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Frolic, behave wildly or rudely.

~Carry out~, Apply, execute, put in practice.

~Carry through~, Accomplish, consummate, finish, complete, work out,
bring to a close, bring about, bring to pass.

~Cart before the horse~, [_Colloquial._] Absurdity, absurd thing.

~Carte~, _n._ [Fr.] Bill of fare.

~Carte-blanche~, _n._ [Fr.] Unlimited authority, full powers.

~Cartilage~, _n._ Gristle.

~Cartilaginous~, _a._ Gristly.

~Cartouch~, _n._ Cartridge-box.

~Cartridge-box~, _n._ Cartouch.

~Carucate~, _n._ Plough-land.

~Carve~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Sculpture, chisel, cut.

~2.~ Form, shape, fashion, mould.

~3.~ Engrave, grave.

~4.~ Cut in pieces or slices.

~Carve~,_ v. n._ ~1.~ Exercise the trade of a carver.

~2.~ Cut meat at table.

~Carver~, _n._ Sculptor (_in wood or ivory_).

~Carving~, _n._ Sculpture (_in wood or ivory_).

~Cascade~, _n._ Cateract, waterfall, fall.

~Case~, _n._ ~1.~ Covering, sheath, capsule.

~2.~ Box.

~3.~ State, condition, situation, category, plight, predicament,
circumstances.

~4.~ Suit, action, cause, process, trial.

~Caseharden~, _v. a._ Harden (_on the outside_), steel, convert into
steel (_on the surface_).

~Caseine~, _n._ [Written also _Casein_.] Caseum, curd of milk,
coagulable part of milk, coagulum of milk.

~Caseous~, _a._ Cheesy, of the nature of cheese.

~Caseum~, _n._ [L.] CASEINE.

~Caseworm~, _n._ Caddice, caddis, cadeworm.

~Cash~, _n._ ~1.~ Coin, specie.

~2.~ Money, ready money.

~Cash~, _v. a._ Turn into money.

~Cashier~, _v. a._ Break, discharge, discard, dismiss from office,
cast off, turn away, send away.

~Casino~, _n._ [It.] ~1.~ Cottage, small house.

~2.~ Club-house.

~Cask~, _n._ ~1.~ Hooped wooden vessel (_as a hogshead_, &c.).

~2.~ Helmet, CASQUE.

~Casket~, _n._ Little box.

~Casque~, _n._ [Fr.] Helmet, cask.

~Cassava~, _n._ Tapioca (_crude_), manioc.

~Cast~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Throw, fling, hurl, send, toss, pitch, sling, SHY.

~2.~ Drive, impel, force, thrust.

~3.~ Shed, put off, lay aside.

~4.~ Compute, reckon, calculate.

~5.~ Found, form in a mould.

~6.~ Assign, allot, appoint, apportion, appropriate.

~7.~ Direct, turn.

~Cast~, _v. n._ Contrive, CAST ABOUT.

~Cast~, _n._ ~1.~ Throw, fling, toss.

~2.~ Tinge, tint, shade, touch.

~3.~ Manner, style, air, mien, look, turn, tone, character.

~4.~ Mould, form.

~5.~ Assignment of parts.

~Cast about~, Contrive, plan, scheme, consider, revolve in the mind.

~Cast anchor~, Let go the anchor.

~Cast away~, ~1.~ Reject, discard, CAST OFF.

~2.~ Wreck, strand, founder, shipwreck.

~Cast-a-way~, _n._ Outcast, reprobate, vagabond, abandoned wretch.

~Cast-a-way~, _a._ Rejected, discarded, abandoned.

~Cast by~, Reject, discard, throw away, cast off.

~Cast down~, Dejected, depressed, discouraged, melancholy, sad,
downcast, disheartened, chapfallen, downhearted, desponding,
despondent, blue, dispirited, low-spirited, in low spirits.

~Caste~, _n._ Class, order, race.

~Caster~, _n._ ~1.~ Thrower.

~2.~ Calculator.

~3.~ Cruet, cruse.

~4.~ Castor, small wheel or swivel (_on which furniture is rolled_).

~Cast forth~, Eject, emit, throw out.

~Castigate~, _v. a._ Chastise, correct, punish, chasten, discipline.

~Castigation~, _n._ Punishment, chastisement, correction, discipline.

~Castigatory~, _n._ (_Law._) Trebuchet, tumbrel, ducking-stool,
cucking-stool.

~Castle~, _n._ ~1.~ FORTRESS, citadel, stronghold, fortified residence.

~2.~ Rook (_in chess_).

~Castle-builder~, _n._ Visionary dreamer, enthusiast, fanciful
projector.

~Cast in the teeth~, Reproach with, twit with.

~Cast off~, ~1.~ Reject, discard, abandon, forsake, renounce, lay
aside, cast by, cast away, throw away, throw by, get rid of.

~2.~ (_Naut._) Loose, untie, let go, let slip.

~Castor~, _n._ ~1.~ Caster, small wheel or swivel (_on which furniture
is rolled_).

~2.~ (_Med._) Castoreum.

~Castoreum~, _n._ [L.] (_Med._) Castor.

~Cast out~, ~1.~ Eject, expel, oust, turn out of doors.

~2.~ Send forth.

~Castrate~, _v. a._ Geld, emasculate, glib, deprive of virility.

~Castration~, _n._ ORCHOTOMY.

~Castrel~, _n._ Windhover, kestrel, stannel (_Falco tinnunculus_).

~Cast up~, ~1.~ Compute, calculate, reckon, cast.

~2.~ Eject, vomit, spew, puke.

~Casual~, _a._ Accidental, fortuitous, incidental, contingent, that
happens by chance.

~Casualty~, _n._ ~1.~ Chance, fortuity, contingency, hap, unforeseen
event.

~2.~ Accident, disaster, misfortune, calamity, mischance, catastrophy.

~Catachrestic~, _a._ Forced, strained, far-fetched, recondite,
studiously sought.

~Catachrestical~, _a._ Forced, strained, far-fetched, recondite,
studiously sought.

~Cataclysm~, _n._ Inundation, deluge, overflow, flood.

~Catacomb~, _n._ Crypt, vault, tomb.

~Catalepsy~, _n._ (_Med._) Trance.

~Catalogue~, _n._ List (_arranged in a certain order_), REGISTER,
roll, record, INVENTORY, schedule, INVOICE.

~Catamenia~, _n. pl._ [Gr.] Menses, monthly courses, menstrual
discharges, menstrual flux.

~Catamenial~, _a._ Menstrual.

~Catamount~, _n._ Cougar, puma, North American tiger (_Felis concolor_).

~Cataplasm~, _n._ Poultice.

~Cataract~, _n._ ~1.~ Waterfall, fall, cascade.

~2.~ (_Med._) Obstructed sight, loss of sight (_from opacity of the
crystalline lens_).

~Catarrh~, _n._ Cold in the head.

~Catastrophe~, _n._ ~1.~ Upshot, issue, consummation, conclusion,
termination, denouement, FINALE, winding up, finishing stroke, final
event.

~2.~ CALAMITY, disaster, misfortune, mishap, mischance.

~Catch~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Grasp, seize, snatch, clutch, gripe, grasp, lay
hold of, fasten upon.

~2.~ Arrest, apprehend, capture.

~3.~ Overtake, come up with.

~4.~ Insnare, entrap, entangle.

~5.~ Captivate, charm, enchant, fascinate, bewitch, win.

~6.~ Take (_as a disease_).

~Catch~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Lay hold, take hold.

~2.~ Be contagious, be communicated, spread by infection.

~Catch~, _n._ ~1.~ Seizure, CAPTURE.

~2.~ Snatch, short effort.

~3.~ Clasp, hook, HASP.

~4.~ (_Mus._) Humorous round.

~5.~ Quantity of fish caught.

~Catch at~, Grasp at, try to seize.

~Catchfly~, _n._ Flybane.

~Catching~, _n._ Seizure, capture, arrest, apprehension.

~Catching~, _a._ Infectious, contagious, pestilential, pestiferous.

~Catch tripping~, Find at fault, find in error.

~Catch-weed~, _n._ Goose-grass, CLEAVERS.

~Catchword~, _n._ Cue.

~Catechise~, _v. a._ Question, interrogate, examine, put questions to.

~Catechu~, _n._ Cutch, gambier, Japan earth, Terra Japonica.

~Catechumen~, _n._ Pupil (_in Christianity_), neophyte, convert,
proselyte.

~Categorical~, _a._ Positive, absolute, express, explicit, direct,
emphatic.

~Category~, _n._ ~1.~ Class, head, division, order, rank.

~2.~ Predicament, plight, condition, case, state, situation.

~Cater~, _v. n._ Purvey, provide food, procure provisions.

~Caterer~, _n._ Provider, purveyor.

~Catfish~, _n._ ~1.~ Horn-pout, mud-pout, bull-head (_Pimalodus
cattus_).

~2.~ Wolf-fish (_Anarrhicas lupus_).

~Cathartic~, _a._ Purgative, evacuant, abstergent, cleansing.

~Cathartic~, _n._ Purge, purgative, physic, purgative medicine.

~Catheretic~, _n._ (_Med._) Caustic.

~Catheretic~, _a._ (_Med._) Caustic.

~Catholic~, _a._ ~1.~ Universal, general.

~2.~ Liberal, tolerant, not bigoted, not exclusive, not sectarian.

~3.~ Roman catholic.

~Catholic~, _n._ Papist, Roman Catholic.

~Catholicism~, _n._ ~1.~ Universality, catholicity.

~2.~ Liberality, tolerance, largeness of mind.

~3.~ Roman Catholic religion.

~Catholicity~, _n._ CATHOLICISM.

~Catholicon~, _n._ Panacea, universal remedy, universal medicine.

~Catkin~, _n._ Ament, amentum, cat's-tail.

~Cat's-paw~, _n._ Dupe (_in serving another's purpose_), gull, cully.

~Cat's-tail~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Bot._) CATKIN.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Timothy, timothy-grass, herds'-grass (_Phleum pretense_).

~3.~ Cirrus, mare's-tail.

~Cattle~, _n. pl._ Bovine quadrupeds.

~Cattle-plague~, _n._ Murrain.

~Caul~, _n._ Omentum, epiploön.

~Causal~, _a._ Causative.

~Causative~, _a._ Causal.

~Cause~, _n._ ~1.~ Origin, original, source, spring, mainspring.

~2.~ Ground, reason, motive, consideration, account, inducement,
incentive, incitement, efficient cause.

~3.~ Purpose, object, aim, final cause.

~4.~ Effort, undertaking, enterprise.

~5.~ (_Law._) Suit, action, case, trial.

~Cause~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Produce, create, originate, occasion, give rise
to, bring into existence.

~2.~ Effect, bring about.

~Caustic~, _n._ CATHERETIC.

~Caustic~, _a._ ~1.~ Corrosive, corroding, CATHERETIC, consuming,
acrid, virulent, eating away.

~2.~ Severe, sarcastic, satirical, bitter, stinging, sharp, cutting.

~Cauterize~, _v. a._ Sear, burn with a hot iron, burn with cautery.

~Cautery~, _n._ Application of hot iron or of caustics.

~Caution~, _n._ ~1.~ Wariness, heed, heedfulness, circumspection,
care, watchfulness, vigilance, forethought, providence prudence,
discretion.

~2.~ Warning, admonition, injunction, advice, counsel.

~3.~ Security, guaranty, surety, pledge.

~Caution~, _v. a._ Warn, admonish, forewarn.

~Cautious~, _a._ Prudent, wary, careful, heedful, chary, circumspect,
discreet, watchful, vigilant.

~Cavalcade~, _n._ Procession (_of mounted men_).

~Cavalier~, _n._ ~1.~ Knight, equestrian, horseman, chevalier, horse-
soldier.

~2.~ Partisan of Charles I.

~Cavalier~, _a._ Disdainful, haughty, arrogant, supercilious,
scornful, insolent, pert, impertinent, saucy.

~Cavalry~, _n._ Horse-soldiers, troops on horseback, mounted soldiers.

~Cave~, _n._ Cavern, den, grotto.

~Cavern~, _n._ Grotto, cave, den.

~Cavernous~, _a._ Hollow.

~Cavil at~, Censure (_without good reason_), carp at, find fault with,
raise objection to.

~Cavil~, _n._ Frivolous objection, captious criticism, unwarranted
censure, fallacious reason, sophistical argument.

~Caviller~, _n._ Carper, censurer, captious disputant, frivolous censor.

~Cavilling~, _a._ Captious, censorious, carping, critical,
hypercritical, disposed to cavil, given to fault-finding.

~Cavity~, _n._ Hollow, aperture, opening.

~Cayenne~, _n._ Capsicum, red pepper, Cayenne pepper.

~Cease~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Desist, stop, stay, break off, leave off, give
over.

~2.~ Fail, be extinct, be wanting.

~3.~ Terminate, end, be at an end, blow over.

~Ceaseless~, _a._ Incessant, unceasing, perpetual, eternal, endless,
everlasting, interminable, continual, unremitting.

~Cedar-bird~, _n._ American wax-wing (_Bombycilla Carolinensis_ or
_Ampelis Carolinensis_).

~Cede~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Surrender, relinquish, yield, abandon, resign,
deliver up, give up.

~2.~ Grant, convey.

~Celebrate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Praise, extol, laud, magnify, glorify,
bless, commend, give praise to, make famous.

~2.~ Commemorate, solemnize, honor, keep, observe, do honor to.

~Celebrated~, _a._ Famous, renowned, distinguished, illustrious,
eminent, famed, far-famed.

~Celebration~, _n._ ~1.~ Honor, praise, commendation, laudation.

~2.~ Commemoration, solemnization, observation.

~Celebrity~, _n._ Fame, renown, glory, honor, credit, reputation,
eminence, distinction, repute.

~Celerity~, _n._ Speed, quickness, swiftness, velocity, rapidity.

~Celestial~, _a._ ~1.~ Of the firmament, of the visible heavens.

~2.~ Heavenly, supernal, angelic, seraphic, godlike.

~Celibacy~, _n._ Single life, unmarried state.

~Celibate~, _n._ Bachelor, unmarried man.

~Celibate~, _a._ Unmarried, single.

~Cell~, _n._ ~1.~ Small room.

~2.~ Enclosed space, small cavity.

~Cellular~, _a._ Alveolate, favose, honey-combed.

~Cement~, _n._ ~1.~ Mortar.

~2.~ Bond of union.

~Cement~, _v. a._ Unite, connect, attach, join.

~Cement~, _v. n._ Unite, cohere, slick together.

~Cemetery~, _n._ Graveyard, burying-ground, burial-ground, church-
yard, necropolis.

~Cenotaph~, _n._ Monument (_to one whose body is not buried under it
or near it_).

~Censor~, _n._ ~1.~ Inspector, critic.

~2.~ Censurer, caviller.

~Censorious~, _a._ Captious, carping, canting, hypercritical, severe,
condemnatory, fault-finding, hard to please, prone to find fault, apt
to blame or censure.

~Censurable~, _a._ Blamable, reprehensible, culpable, blameworthy,
faulty, worthy of censure.

~Censure~, _n._ Blame, disapprobation, disapproval, condemnation,
reproof, reproach, reprobation, reprehension, rebuke, reprimand,
animadversion, stricture.

~Censure~, _v. a._ Blame, reproach, reprove, chide, reprehend,
OVERHAUL, reprimand, rate, berate, scold, find fault with, pass
censure on, take to task, bring to book, call over the coals, haul
over the coals, call to account, come down upon, snap up, BLOW UP.

~Censurer~, _n._ ~1.~ Censor, critic.

~2.~ Caviller, carper.

~Cent~, _n._ ~1.~ Hundred.

~2.~ Copper, ten mills, the one hundredth part of a dollar.

~Centenary~, _n._ Century, a hundred years.

~Centesimal~, _a._ Hundredth, by the hundred.

~Centre~, _n._ [Written also _Center_.] Middle, midst, middle point.

~Centrifugal~, _a._ Tending from the centre.

~Centripetal~, _a._ Tending to the centre.

~Centuple~, _a._ Hundred-fold.

~Century~, _n._ ~1.~ Hundred.

~2.~ Centenary, a hundred years.

~Cephalalgy~, _n._ (_Med._) Headache.

~Cere~, _v. a._ Wax, smear with wax.

~Cereals~, _n. pl._ Edible grains.

~Cerecloth~, _n._ Cerement.

~Cerement~, _n._ Cerecloth.

~Ceremonial~, _a._ Ritual, formal.

~Ceremonial~, _n._ Rite, form, formality, CEREMONY.

~Ceremonious~, _a._ ~1.~ Civil, respectful, courteous, courtly.

~2.~ Formal, punctilious, stiff, precise, exact, starched, prim.

~Ceremony~, _n._ ~1.~ Rite, form, formality, ceremonial, solemnity,
observance.

~2.~ Parade, pomp, show, stateliness.

~Certain~, _a._ ~1.~ Indubitable, unquestionable, indisputable,
undeniable, incontestable, uncontrovertible, unquestioned, undisputed,
undoubted, absolute, positive, plain, past dispute, beyond all
question, sure as fate, sure as a gun, clear as day, not doubtful.

~2.~ Sure, assured, confident, undoubting, fully convinced.

~3.~ Unfailing, infallible, never-failing.

~4.~ Actual, real, existing.

~5.~ Settled, determinate, fixed, stated, constant.

~6.~ One, some, particular.

~Certainty~, _n._ ~1.~ Surety, indubitableness, certitude, freedom
from doubt.

~2.~ Truth, fact, fixed fact, accomplished fact, real state.

~Certificate~, _n._ ~1.~ Voucher, testimony.

~2.~ Testimonial, attestation, credential.

~Certify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Attest, testify to, vouch for.

~2.~ Verify, ascertain, determine, make certain.

~Certitude~, _n._ CERTAINTY.

~Cerulean~, _a._ Azure, blue, sky-colored, sky-blue.

~Cerumen~, _n._ EAR-WAX.

~Ceruse~, _n._ White-lead, carbonate of lead.

~Cespitose~, _a._ Turfy, turf-like.

~Cespitous~, _a._ Turfy, turf-like.

~Cessation~, _n._ Stoppage, stop, intermission, remission, suspension,
pause, rest, respite, discontinuance.

~Cession~, _n._ ~1.~ Surrender, relinquishment, yielding,
renunciation, abandonment.

~2.~ Grant, conveyance.

~Cestus~, _n._ [L.] Girdle (_especially the girdle of Venus_), belt,
cincture, band.

~_Cetacean_~, _n._ Cetaceous animal.

~Cetacean~, _a._ Of the whale kind.

~Cetaceous~, _a._ Of the whale kind.

~Chafe~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Rub, hurt by rubbing, wear by rubbing.

~2.~ Irritate, vex, annoy, fret, tease, gall, chagrin, provoke,
ruffle, offend, nettle, incense, enrage, exasperate, anger, make angry.

~Chafe~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be rubbed, be worn by rubbing.

~2.~ Rage, fret, fume.

~Chaff~, _n._ ~1.~ Husks, hulls, glumes.

~2.~ Refuse, worthless matter.

~Chaff~, _v. a._ Ridicule, mock, scoff, deride, jeer, flout, make fun
of, POKE FUN AT.

~Chaffer~, _v. n._ Higgle, haggle, bargain, negotiate.

~Chagrin~, _n._ Mortification, vexation, displeasure, disquiet, ill-
humor.

~Chagrin~, _v. a._ Mortify, vex, irritate, chafe, annoy, displease,
provoke, put out of temper.

~Chain~, _n._ ~1.~ Fetter, manacle, shackle, bond.

~2.~ Connected series, orderly succession.

~Chain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fasten with a chain.

~2.~ Confine, restrain, fetter, shackle, trammel.

~3.~ Enslave, hold in bondage.

~Chair~, _n._ ~1.~ Movable seat.

~2.~ Seat of justice, seat of authority.

~3.~ Chairman, presiding officer.

~4.~ Professorship.

~Chairman~, _n._ Chair, presiding officer.

~Chaldaic~, _n._ Chaldee, Chaldaic language.

~Chaldee~, _n._ Chaldaic, Chaldaic language.

~Chalice~, _n._ Cup (_especially the communion-cup_), bowl.

~Chalky~, _a._ Cretaceous.

~Challenge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Defy, dare, brave, invite to trial, call to
combat, call to answer.

~2.~ Demand, require, claim, call for.

~3.~ (_Law._) Object to, take exceptions to.

~Challenge~, _n._ ~1.~ Defiance, summons to trial, call to combat,
call to answer.

~2.~ (_Law._) Exception, objection.

~Chalybeate~, _a._ Impregnated with iron.

~Cham~, _n._ Khan, sovereign prince (_of Tartary_).

~Chamber~, _n._ ~1.~ Apartment, room, hall.

~2.~ Cavity, hollow place.

~3.~ Legislative body.

~Chamber-fellow~, _n._ Chum.

~Chamber-pot~, _n._ Urinal, jorden.

~Chamfer~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bevel.

~2.~ Channel, flute, groove, cut furrows in, cut channels in.

~Chamfer~, _n._ ~1.~ Bevel.

~2.~ Fluting, channel, furrow.

~Champ~, _v. a._ Bite, chew, gnaw.

~Champaign~, _n._ Flat, open country.

~Champaign~, _a._ Flat, (_as land_), level, open.

~Champion~, _n._ ~1.~ Combatant (_in behalf of others_), fighter,
warrior.

~2.~ Defender, protector, vindicator.

~Chance~, _n._ ~1.~ Accident, casualty, contingency, fortuity,
fortune, fortuitous event, unforseen event.

~2.~ Risk, hazard, peril, jeopardy.

~Chance~, _v. n._ Happen, occur, befall, betide, take place, fall out,
turn up, come to pass.

~Chancery~, _n._ ~1.~ Court of Equity, Court of Chancery.

~2.~ [_U. S._] Equity, proceedings in equity.

~Change~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Shift, remove for another, set aside for others.

~2.~ ALTER, vary, modify, make different, make some change in.

~3.~ Exchange, barter, commute, give in exchange.

~Change~, _v. n._ Alter, vary, shift, veer, turn, undergo change,
change about.

~Change~, _n._ ~1.~ Alteration, variation, mutation, commutation,
transition, transmutation, revolution.

~2.~ Vicissitude, variety, novelty, innovation.

~3.~ Small coin, small money.

~Changeable~, _a._ ~1.~ Variable, inconstant, unsteady, unsteadfast,
unstable, unsettled, mutable, uncertain.

~2.~ Fickle, wavering, vacillating, fitful, capricious, volatile,
giddy, like a weather-cock.

~Change about~, CHANGE.

~Change hands~, Change owners.

~Changeling~, _n._ ~1.~ Child (_taken or left in place of another_).

~2.~ Oaf, simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~Channel~, _n._ ~1.~ Passage, duct, conduit, water-course.

~2.~ Gutter, furrow, fluting, chamfer.

~3.~ Strait, arm of the sea, narrow sea.

~4.~ Avenue, route, way.

~Channel~, _v. a._ Groove, flute, chamfer, cut furrows in, cut
channels in.

~Chant~, _v. a._ & _n._ Sing, warble, carol.

~Chant~, _n._ Song, carol, melody.

~Chanter~, _n._ Singer, songster.

~Chanticleer~, _n._ Cock, ROOSTER.

~Chaos~, _n._ ~1.~ Matter in a disorganized state, matter in confusion.

~2.~ Disorder, confusion.

~Chaotic~, _a._ Disordered, confused.

~Chap~, _v. a._ Crack, split, cleave.

~Chap~, _v. n._ Crack, open in slits.

~Chap~, _n._ ~1.~ Cleft, crack, opening.

~2.~ Boy, youth, fellow.

~Chaparral~, _n._ Thicket (_of brambles and thorny shrubs_).

~Chapeau~, _n._ [Fr.] Hat.

~Chapel~, _n._ Church, temple, meeting-house, place of worship.

~Chap-fallen~, _a._ [Sometimes spelled _chopfallen_.] Dejected,
dispirited, depressed, discouraged, melancholy, sad, downcast,
disheartened, downhearted, desponding, despondent, BLUE, crestfallen,
low-spirited, in low spirits.

~Chaplet~, _n._ Garland, wreath, coronal.

~Chaps~, _n. pl._ Mouth, jaws.

~Char~, _v. a._ Burn, scorch, reduce to charcoal.

~Character~, _n._ ~1.~ Mark, figure, sign, emblem, letter.

~2.~ Constitution, quality, nature, disposition, cast, turn, bent.

~3.~ Person, personage, individual.

~4.~ Reputation, repute.

~Characteristic~, _a._ Special, peculiar.

~Characteristic~, _n._ Peculiarity, marked feature.

~Characterization~, _n._ Designation (_of properties_), specification.

~Characterize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Distinguish, designate, mark.

~2.~ Describe, set forth the character of, specify the peculiarities of.

~Charcoal~, _n._ Wood-coal.

~Charge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Load, burden, freight, lade.

~2.~ Intrust, put in one's keeping or care.

~3.~ Ascribe, impute, lay, put, bring home to, lay to one's door, lay
to one's charge.

~4.~ Accuse, arraign, impeach, inculpate, criminate, indict, tax, call
to account, take to task, inform against.

~5.~ Command, order, bid, require, enjoin.

~6.~ Attack, assault, fall upon, bear down upon, set on.

~Charge~, _v. n._ Make an onset, make a charge.

~Charge~, _n._ ~1.~ Load, lading, cargo, freight, burden, what is
carried.

~2.~ Trust, care, custody, ward, management.

~3.~ Commission, duty, office, employment.

~4.~ Order, injunction, direction, mandate, precept, command.

~5.~ Instruction, exhortation.

~6.~ Accusation, crimination.

~7.~ Cost, expense, outlay, expenditure.

~8.~ Price, sum charged.

~9.~ Onset, onslaught, assault, attack, encounter.

~10.~ (_Her._) Bearing.

~Chargeable~, _a._ ~1.~ Ascribable, attributable, imputable,
referrible, traceable, owing, to be charged.

~2.~ Liable to be accused.

~3.~ Burdensome (_as a cause of expense_).

~Charger~, _n._ ~1.~ Dish, platter.

~2.~ War-horse.

~Charily~, _ad._ Cautiously, warily, heedfully, carefully.

~Charitable~, _a._ ~1.~ Benevolent, kind, benign, full of good will.

~2.~ Beneficent, liberal, free, bountiful, generous, munificent, open-
hearted, free-hearted, open-handed.

~Charity~, _n._ ~1.~ Benevolence, kindness, tenderness, affection,
benignity, humanity, kind-heartedness, fellow-feeling, good-will, good-
nature, milk of human kindness.

~2.~ Beneficence, liberality, generosity, bounty, alms-giving, active
goodness, doing of good.

~3.~ Benefaction, gift, alms.

~Charivari~, _n._ [_Fr._] Discordant music, mock serenade.

~Charlatan~, _n._ Quack, empiric, mountebank, pretender, impostor,
cheat.

~Charlatanic~, _a._ Empirical, quackish.

~Charlatanry~, _n._ Quackery, empiricism, trickery, deceit.

~Charles's Wain~, The Great Bear, URSA MAJOR, The Wain.

~Charm~, _n._ ~1.~ Spell, enchantment, incantation, witchery, magic,
sorcery, necromancy, magical power.

~2.~ Attraction, fascination, allurement, attractiveness.

~Charm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Subdue by a charm, allay by enchantment.

~2.~ Fascinate, enchant, delight, attract, captivate, catch,
transport, enravish, enrapture, enamour, bewitch, allure, win, please
highly, lead captive.

~Charmer~, _n._ Enchanter, magician, sorcerer.

~Charming~, _a._ Fascinating, captivating, enchanting, enrapturing,
bewitching, delightful, lovely, very pleasant.

~Charnel-house~, _n._ Ossuary, GRAVE.

~Charter~, _n._ ~1.~ Instrument, deed, indenture, act of incorporation.

~2.~ Right, privilege, prerogative, immunity, franchise, liberty.

~Charter~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Incorporate, establish by charter, grant by
charter.

~2.~ Let or hire (_a ship_).

~Chary~, _a._ Cautious, wary, careful, shy.

~Chase~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pursue, hunt, track, run after, give chase to.

~2.~ Emboss, enchase.

~Chase away~, Drive away, force away.

~Chase~, _n._ ~1.~ Hunting, hunt, field-sport.

~2.~ Pursuit, race.

~Chasm~, _n._ ~1.~ Breach, opening, cleft, fissure.

~2.~ Gap, hiatus, cavity, hollow.

~Chasseur~, _n._ [Fr.] Horseman, horse-soldier, equestrian, chevalier,
mounted soldier.

~Chaste~, _a._ ~1.~ Pine, undefiled, virtuous, modest, continent.

~2.~ Decent, not obscene.

~3.~ Uncorrupt, unaffected, simple, neat, in good taste.

~4.~ Refined, elegant, classic.

~Chasten~, _v. a._ Chastise, correct, punish, castigate.

~Chastening~, _n._ Chastisement, punishment, correction, castigation.

~Chastise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Chasten, correct, punish, castigate.

~2.~ Repress, restrain, moderate, check, sober down.

~Chastisement~, _n._ Punishment, chastening, correction.

~Chastity~, _n._ ~1.~ Purity, virtue, modesty, continence.

~2.~ Decency, freedom from obscenity.

~3.~ Unaffectedness, simplicity.

~Chat~, _v. n._ Prattle, chatter, prate, babble, gossip, confabulate,
talk freely, have a free and easy talk.

~Chat~, _n._ Prattle, prate, gossip, confabulation, chit-chat, easy
conversation, free and easy talk.

~Chattels~, _n. pl._ Goods, effects, furniture, movables, movable
property.

~Chatter~, _v. n._ Prate, prattle, chat, gossip, talk idly, talk freely.

~Chatter~, _n._ Prate, prattle, CHAT.

~Chatterer~, _n._ Prater, prattler, tattler, gossip, babbler, gadder,
gadabout, rattle-head.

~Cheap~, _a._ ~1.~ Low-priced.

~2.~ Common, of little value, of small account.

~Cheapen~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bid for, bargain for, ask the price of, try to
get cheaper, haggle about, chaffer about.

~2.~ Make cheap, lessen in value.

~Cheat~, _v. a._ Defraud, trick, deceive, dupe, gull, overreach,
jockey, cozen, chouse, outwit, bamboozle, circumvent, delude,
hoodwink, diddle, beguile, mislead, inveigle, gammon, impose upon.

~Cheat~, _n._ ~1.~ Trick, deception, imposture, imposition, juggle,
stratagem, finesse, fraud, circumvention, delusion, artifice, deceit,
chouse, BAM.

~2.~ Trickster, impostor, rogue, knave, swindler, sharper, cheater,
artful fellow.

~Cheater~, _n._ Trickster, CHEAT.

~Check~, _n._ ~1.~ Restraint, curb, bridle, hinderance, stop,
obstacle, impediment, obstruction, bar, barrier, damper, interference,
rebuff, repression, control.

~2.~ Counter register, corresponding indenture, corresponding cipher.

~3.~ Mark, symbol, sign.

~4.~ Order for money.

~5.~ Ticket, certificate of right.

~6.~ Checkered cloth.

~Check~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Restrain, curb, bridle, hinder, obstruct,
repress, chastise, counteract, control, put a restraint upon, hold in
check, put a damper upon, nip in the bud.

~2.~ Reprove, chide, reprimand, rebuke.

~3.~ Note with a mark.

~Checker~, _v. a._ Variegate, diversify.

~Checker-berry~, _n._ Partridge-berry, squaw-vine, winter-clover
(_Mitchella repens_).

~Checkers~, _n. pl._ Draughts.

~Checkmate~, _v. a._ Beat (_at chess_), conquer, vanquish, put in check.

~Cheek~, _n._ ~1.~ Side of the face.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Boldness, impudence, insolence, impertinence,
sauciness, assurance, audacity, presumption, face, front, effrontery,
brass.

~Cheek-bone~, _n._ ZYGOMA.

~Cheek by jowl~, Close (_as in familiar intercourse_), face to face,
side by side, TÈTE-À-TÈTE, in close proximity.

~Cheeky~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Bold, forward, pert, assuming, BRASSY,
brazen-faced.

~Cheer~, _n._ ~1.~ Mirth, gayety, joy, gladness, CHEERFULNESS.

~2.~ Entertainment, provisions, food, repast, viands, victuals.

~3.~ Acclamation, shout of applause.

~Cheer~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Gladden, exhilarate, inspirit, enliven, animate,
incite, encourage.

~2.~ Comfort, console, solace, make cheerful.

~3.~ Applaud, clap, salute with cheers.

~Cheerful~, _a._ Lively, sprightly, animated, joyful, joyous, blithe,
mirthful, buoyant, gleeful, gay, cheery, airy, sunny, jocund, jolly,
in good spirits, of good cheer, in high feather.

~Cheerfulness~, _n._ Liveliness, animation, joyfulness, joy, gladness,
mirthfulness, cheer, buoyancy of spirits, flow of spirits, good spirits.

~Cheesy~, _a._ Caseous, of the nature of cheese.

~Chef-d'œuvre~, _n._ [Fr.] Master-piece, master-work, master-stroke,
paragon, capital performance.

~Chemise~, _n._ Shift, smock.

~Cherish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Nurture, foster, nourish, nurse, sustain,
support, comfort, care for, treat tenderly.

~2.~ Harbor, entertain, indulge, encourage, hold dear, embrace heartily.

~Cherup~, _v. n._ Chirp, chirrup.

~Cherup~, _v. a._ Encourage (_by chirruping_), inspirit, animate,
cheer, chirrup.

~Chest~, _n._ Breast, thorax, trunk (_of the body_).

~Chetah~, _n._ [Sometimes written _Cheetah_.] Hunting leopard (_Felis
jubata_).

~Chevalier~, _n._ Knight, CAVALIER.

~Chew~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Masticate, manducate, MUNCH.

~2.~ Champ, bite, gnaw.

~3.~ Meditate, ruminate, muse on, reflect upon, chew the cud upon.

~Chew~, _v. n._ Meditate, ruminate, muse, reflect.

~Chicane~, _n._ ~1.~ Trick, shift, ruse, stratagem, wile, artifice,
fetch, CLAP-TRAP.

~2.~ Trickery, sophistry, chicanery.

~Chicanery~, _n._ Trickery, duplicity, chicane, sophistry,
sophistication, deception.

~Chiccory~, _n._ Succory.

~Chickadee~, _n._ Black-capped titmouse (_Parus atricapillus_).

~Chickaree~, _n._ Red squirrel (_Sciurus Hudsonius_).

~Chide~, _v. a._ Rebuke, reprimand, censure, reprove, blame, upbraid,
admonish, scold, scold at.

~Chief~, _a._ ~1.~ Leading, supreme, headmost, first, supreme, most
eminent.

~2.~ Principal, main, prime, vital, especial, great, grand, cardinal,
master, most important.

~Chief~, _n._ ~1.~ Chieftain, commander.

~2.~ Leader, head, corypheus, principal person.

~Chiefly~, _ad._ ~1.~ Principally, eminently, mainly, especially,
particularly, above all.

~2.~ Mostly, for the most part.

~Chieftain~, _n._ Leader (_of a clan or of troops_), chief, commander,
captain.

~Chiffonnier~, _n._ [_Fr._] Rag-picker.

~Chigoe~, _n._ CHIGRE.

~Chigre~, _n._ (_Ent._) Jigger, chigoe (_Pulex penetrans_).

~Child~, _n._ [_pl. Children_.] ~1.~ Infant, babe, baby, nursling,
suckling, chit, brat, bantling, bairn, little one.

~2.~ Young person.

~3.~ Offspring, issue, progeny.

~Child-bearing~, _n._ CHILDBIRTH.

~Childbed~, _n._ Parturition, CHILDBIRTH.

~Childbirth~, _n._ Parturition, delivery, travail, labor, childbed,
child-bearing.

~Childhood~, _n._ Infancy, minority, pupilage, nonage.

~Childish~, _a._ ~1.~ Puerile, infantile, infantine, young, tender.

~2.~ Foolish, silly, weak, trifling, frivolous.

~Childlike~, _a._ Docile, meek, submissive, dutiful.

~Children~, _pl._ of CHILD.

~Chiliad~, _n._ Thousand.

~Chill~, _a._ Cold, frigid, chilly, bleak.

~Chill~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make chilly, make cold.

~2.~ Depress, discourage, deject, dampen, dishearten.

~Chilly~, _a._ Cool, CHILL, somewhat cold.

~Chime~, _n._ Consonance, harmony, correspondence of sound.

~Chime~, _v. n._ Harmonize, accord, sound in harmony.

~Chime in with~, Agree with, fall in with.

~Chimera~, _n._ Illusion, hallucination, delusion, fantasy, phantom,
dream, idle fancy, creature of the imagination.

~Chimerical~, _a._ Imaginary, fantastic, fanciful, visionary,
illusory, shadowy, wild, Quixotic, Utopian.

~Chimney-corner~, _n._ Fireside.

~China~, _n._ Porcelain, China ware.

~Chincapin~, _n._ [Written also _Chinquapin_ and _Chinkapin_.] Dwarf
chestnut (_Castanea pumila_).

~Chink~, _n._ ~1.~ Opening, gap, crack, cranny, crevice, cleft, rift,
fissure, narrow aperture.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Money, coin.

~Chink~, _v. a. & n._ Jingle.

~Chip~, _v. a._ Hew, cut chips from.

~Chip~, _n._ Fragment, scrap, small piece.

~Chipmunk~, _n._ [Written also _Chipmonk_ and _Chipmuk_.] HACKEE,
striped squirrel.

~Chirography~, _n._ Handwriting, hand, style of penmanship.

~Chiromancy~, _n._ Palmistry.

~Chirrup~, _v. n._ Chirp, cherup.

~Chirrup~, _v. a._ Encourage, animate, inspirit, cheer, cherup.

~Chisel~, _v. a._ Cut, carve, sculpture.

~Chit-chat~, _n._ Prattle, prate, gossip, chat, easy conversation,
familiar talk, idle talk, free and easy talk.

~Chivalric~, _a._ Gallant, CHIVALROUS.

~Chivalrous~, _a._ Gallant, adventurous, valiant, brave, warlike, bold.

~Chivalry~, _n._ ~1.~ Knighthood, knight-errantry.

~2.~ Valor, gallantry.

~Chloride of barium~, Muriate of baryta, hydrochlorate of baryta.

~Chloride of lime~, Bleaching powder.

~Chloride of mercury~, Calomel, protochloride of mercury, subchloride
of mercury.

~Chlorosis~, _n._ (_Med._) Green-sickness.

~Chogret~, _n._ [_Indian name._] Conner, cunner, burgall, blue perch.

~Choice~, _n._ Preference, election, selection, option, ALTERNATIVE.

~Choice~, _a._ ~1.~ Select, exquisite, precious, valuable, rare,
uncommon, excellent.

~2.~ Frugal, careful, chary, sparing.

~Choke~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Suffocate, stifle, smother, strangle, throttle.

~2.~ Suppress, overpower, overcome, keep down.

~3.~ Obstruct, close, block, stop, bar.

~Choke~, _v. n._ Be choked.

~Choke-damp~, _n._ Foul air, carbonic acid, carbonic-acid gas
(_accumulated in wells and pits_).

~Chokeful~, _a._ Brimful, quite full.

~Choler~, _n._ ~1.~ Bile.

~2.~ Anger, wrath, ire, fury, rage, spleen, exasperation.

~Cholera asphyxia~, Asiatic cholera, spasmodic cholera.

~Choleric~, _a._ Irascible, irritable, hasty, testy, touchy, petulant,
waspish, hot, fiery, passionate.

~Choose~, _v. a._ Select, elect, prefer, cull, pick, pick out, single
out, fix upon, pitch upon, catch at, make choice of.

~Chop~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cut (_with a quick blow_).

~2.~ Mince, cut into small pieces.

~Chop~, _v. n._ Shift, veer, change suddenly.

~Chop~, _n._ ~1.~ Slice, piece cut off.

~2.~ Brand, quality.

~Chop-fallen~, _a._ [Preferably spelled CHAP-FALLEN.] MELANCHOLY, sad.

~Chop-house~, _n._ Restaurant (_of a low class_), eating-house.

~Choral~, _n._ Psalm-tune.

~Chord~, _n._ ~1.~ String (_of a musical instrument_).

~2.~ Harmonious tones.

~3.~ (_Geom._) Right line uniting the extremities of an arc.

~Chore~, _n._ Small job, light task.

~Chouse~, _v. a._ Deceive, cheat, trick, delude, defraud, swindle,
dupe, gull, bamboozle, BAM, cozen, diddle, overreach, circumvent,
beguile, hoodwink, victimize, take in, impose upon, put upon, practise
upon, play upon.

~Chouse~, _n._ ~1.~ Dupe, tool, gull, simpleton, cully.

~2.~ Trick, cheat, wile, ruse, BAM, imposture, imposition, fraud,
deception, circumvention, deceit, double-dealing, stratagem, finesse,
artifice, delusion, crafty device, piece of knavery.

~Chowchow~, _n._ [_Chinese._] Mixed pickles.

~Chowchow~, _a._ Mixed, of several sorts.

~Chowder~, _n._ Fish soup.

~Christ~, _n._ The Anointed, The Messiah, Jesus, Immanuel, The
Saviour, The Redeemer, The Mediator, The Intercessor, The Advocate,
The Judge, The Son of God, The Son of man, The Lamb of God, The Word.

~Christen~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Baptize.

~2.~ Denominate, name, term, designate, style, call, dub, entitle,
TITLE.

~Christian~, _n._ Disciple of Christ.

~Christian name~, Baptismal name (_as distinguished from the family
name or surname_).

~Christianity~, _n._ Religion of Christians, Christian religion,
teachings of Christ, the Gospel, divine revelation.

~Christmas rose~, Black hellebore (_Helleborus niger_).

~Chrome-yellow~, _n._ Chromate of lead.

~Chronic~, _a._ Inveterate, deep-seated, of long duration.

~Chronicle~, _n._ ~1.~ Register (_of events in the order of time_),
diary, journal.

~2.~ Record, history, annals, narration, narrative, recital, account.

~Chronicle~, _v. a._ Record, register.

~Chronicler~, _n._ Historian.

~Chronometer~, _n._ Time-keeper, time-piece.

~Chrysalis~, _n._ Pupa, aurelia, nympha.

~Chubbed~, _a._ Plump, CHUNKY, bonny, short and thick.

~Chubby~, _a._ Plump, CHUNKY, bonny, short and thick.

~Chuck~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Tap or pat (_under the chin_).

~2.~ Throw, pitch, hurl, toss, FLIRT.

~Chuck~, _n._ ~1.~ Tap or pat (_under the chin_).

~2.~ Throw, toss.

~Chuckle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Giggle, titter, laugh (_convulsively, in
triumph or in derision_).

~2.~ Exult, triumph, crow.

~Chuckle~, _n._ Giggle, titter, laughter (_half suppressed_), chuckling.

~Chuckle-head~, _n._ [_Low._] Blockhead, DUNCE.

~Chuckle-headed~, _a._ Thick-headed, stupid, dull.

~Chuckling~, _n._ Giggle, titter, CHUCKLE.

~Chum~, _n._ Chamber-fellow, room-mate.

~Chump~, _n._ Chunk.

~Chunk~, _n._ Chump.

~Chunky~, _a._ [_U. S._] Plump, chubby, short and thick.

~Church~, _n._ ~1.~ Temple, house of worship, house of God, meeting-
house.

~2.~ Body of Christians.

~3.~ Ecclesiastical authority (_as distinguished from that of the
State_).

~Churchman~, _n._ ~1.~ Ecclesiastic, clergyman, minister, pastor,
divine, priest.

~2.~ Episcopalian.

~Churchyard~, _n._ Burying-ground, burial-ground, graveyard, cemetery,
necropolis.

~Churl~, _n._ ~1.~ Rustic, peasant, proletary, countryman, clodhopper,
bumpkin, ploughman, clown.

~2.~ Ill-bred man, surly fellow.

~3.~ Niggard, miser, skinflint, scrimp, curmudgeon, hunks, mean fellow.

~Churlish~, _a._ ~1.~ Rude, harsh, BRUSQUE, uncivil, impolite, rough,
brutal, surly, cynical, snarling, snappish, waspish.

~2.~ Crabbed, morose, sullen, ill-tempered.

~3.~ Niggardly, miserly, close, close-fisted, sordid, penurious,
stingy, mean, mercenary, avaricious, illiberal.

~Churlishness~, _n._ ~1.~ Rudeness, incivility, roughness, brutality,
barbarism.

~2.~ Crabbedness, moroseness, sullenness, tartness, acrimony,
acerbity, asperity, harshness, bitterness, ill temper, bad blood.

~3.~ Niggardliness, stinginess, penuriousness, closeness, meanness.

~Churn-owl~, _n._ Goat-sucker, night-jar, wheel-bird (_Caprimulgus
Europæus_).

~Churr-worm~, _n._ Mole-cricket, fan-cricket, fen-cricket
(_Gryllotalpa vulgaris_).

~Cicada~, _n._ Harvest-fly, LOCUST (_popularly, but erroneously, so
called in the U. S._).

~Cicatrice~, _n._ Scar, seam.

~Cicatrix~, _n._ Scar, seam.

~Cicatrize~, _v. a._ Heal, skin over.

~Cicisbeo~, _n._ [_It._] Gallant (_of a married woman_), beau, suitor,
lover, admirer, dangler about women.

~Ci-devant~, _a._ [_Fr._] Former, late, quondam, old-time.

~Cimeter~, _n._ Falchion.

~Cimeter-shaped~, _a._ Acinaciform.

~Cimmerian~, _a._ Black, very dark, intensely dark.

~Cinchona~, _n._ Quinquina, Peruvian bark, Jesuit's bark, Cinchona bark.

~Cincture~, _n._ Band, belt, girdle, cestus.

~Cinctured~, _a._ Girded, belted.

~Cinders~, _n. pl._ Embers.

~Cinereous~, _a._ Ashy, cineritious, like ashes.

~Cineritious~, _a._ Ashy, CINEREOUS.

~Cinnabar~, _n._ ~1.~ Red sulphuret of mercury (_native_), bi-
sulphuret of mercury.

~2.~ Vermilion, red sulphuret of mercury (_artificial_).

~Cion~, _n._ Sprout, shoot, twig, branch, scion, offshoot.

~Cipher~, _n._ ~1.~ Zero, naught or nought, nothing.

~2.~ Character, symbol, device.

~3.~ Secret character, private alphabet.

~Cipher~, _v. n._ Practise arithmetic.

~Circean~, _a._ Magical, enchanting.

~Circle~, _n._ ~1.~ Round, plane figure.

~2.~ Circumference, periphery, ring.

~3.~ Orb, sphere, globe, ball.

~4.~ Returning series.

~5.~ Compass, enclosure.

~6.~ Company, society, class, fraternity, COTERIE, CLIQUE, set.

~Circlet~, _n._ Little circle.

~Circuit~, _n._ ~1.~ Revolution, circular course.

~2.~ Space, region, tract, district.

~3.~ Boundary, compass, boundary line, distance round.

~4.~ Course, tour, round, perambulation, journey.

~Circuitous~, _a._ Tortuous, devious, turning, winding, indirect,
round about.

~Circular~, _a._ Round, annular, ring-shaped.

~Circulate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Move round, move in a circle.

~2.~ Spread, be diffused, have currency.

~Circulate~, _v. a._ Spread, diffuse, disseminate, promulgate,
propagate, give currency to, spread abroad.

~Circulation~, _n._ ~1.~ Motion in a circle.

~2.~ Diffusion, dissemination, promulgation, propagation.

~3.~ Currency, money, circulating medium.

~Circumambient~, _a._ Surrounding, encompassing, encircling, circling,
circumjacent, ambient.

~Circumference~, _n._ Periphery.

~Circumjacent~, _a._ Surrounding, encompassing, encircling, ambient,
circumambient, lying around.

~Circumlocution~, _n._ Periphrasis, periphrase, circuit or compass of
words, indirect expression, roundabout mode of speech.

~Circumlocutory~, _a._ Periphrastical, periphrastic.

~Circumnavigate~, _v. a._ Sail round.

~Circumscribe~, _v. a._ Bound, encircle, surround, enclose, confine,
restrict, limit, keep within bounds.

~Circumspect~, _a._ Cautious, wary, careful, watchful, heedful,
considerate, judicious, vigilant, attentive, discreet, prudent; not
rash, heedless, or headlong.

~Circumspection~, _n._ Caution, wariness, watchfulness,
thoughtfulness, care, vigilance, attention, prudence, discretion.

~Circumstance~, _n._ Incident, accident, subsidiary fact.

~Circumstances~, _n. pl._ Situation, condition, position, state of
affairs, pecuniary standing.

~Circumstantial~, _a._ Particular, minute, detailed.

~Circumvent~, _v. a._ Deceive, cheat, defraud, trick, cozen,
overreach, delude, hoodwink, dupe, gull, bamboozle, chouse, outwit,
diddle, beguile, mislead, inveigle, impose upon.

~Circumvention~, _n._ Fraud, deception, imposition, imposture, deceit,
cheat, cheating, trick, trickery.

~Cirrus~, _n._ [_pl. Cirri._] ~1.~ (_Bot._) Tendril, filament.

~2.~ (_Zoöl._) Filamentary appendage.

~3.~ (_Meteor._) Curl cloud, cat's tail, mare's tail.

~Cistern~, _n._ Reservoir, tank.

~Citadel~, _n._ FORTRESS, castle, stronghold.

~Citation~, _n._ ~1.~ Summons, official call or notice.

~2.~ Quotation, extract, excerpt, quoted passage.

~3.~ Enumeration, mention.

~Cite~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Summon, send for.

~2.~ Quote, adduce, extract.

~3.~ Enumerate, mention, bring forward.

~Citizen~, _n._ Inhabitant, resident, dweller.

~City~, _n._ Incorporated town.

~Civic~, _a._ Civil (_as distinguished from military_), municipal,
political, not military.

~Civil~, _a._ ~1.~ Civilized, not savage.

~2.~ Municipal, political, civic, not military.

~3.~ Intestine, domestic, not foreign.

~4.~ Courteous, ceremonious, polite, refined, complaisant, urbane,
obliging, affable, debonair, easy, gracious, well-bred.

~Civilities~, _n. pl._ Acts of courtesy.

~Civility~, _n._ Courtesy, courteousness, urbanity, politeness,
affability, complaisance, amiability, suavity, good breeding, elegance
of manners.

~Civilization~, _n._ Culture, cultivation, refinement.

~Civilize~, _v. a._ Refine, cultivate, educate, polish, enlighten,
improve, humanize, reclaim from barbarism.

~Clack~, _n._ ~1.~ Click, clink, tick, beat.

~2.~ Prate, prattle, babble, babbling, gossip, palaver, cackle,
gabble, gab, idle talk, small talk.

~Clack~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Click, clink.

~2.~ Prate, prattle, babble, gabble, chatter, jabber, clatter, gossip,
talk idly.

~Claim~, _v. a._ Require, ask, demand, challenge, call for.

~Claim~, _v. n._ Derive a right, obtain a title.

~Claim~, _n._ ~1.~ Demand, call, requisition.

~2.~ Right, pretension, title, privilege.

~Clairvoyance~, _n._ Seeing without eyes, seeing in a mesmeric state.

~Clairvoyant~, _a._ Able to see without eyes, seeing by mesmeric
influence.

~Clam~, _v. a._ Clog (_with glutinous matter_).

~Clamber~, _v. n._ Climb (_with difficulty_), scramble.

~Clammy~, _a._ Viscous, glutinous, gummy, viscid, sticky, slimy, ropy,
adhesive, dauby, smeary.

~Clamor~, _n._ Outcry, vociferation, exclamation, noise, hullabaloo,
hubbub, uproar, blare.

~Clamor~, _v. n._ Vociferate, cry out, make outcries.

~Clamorous~, _a._ Vociferous, noisy, boisterous, obstreperous,
uproarious, blatant.

~Clan~, _n._ ~1.~ Race, tribe, family.

~2.~ CLIQUE, COTERIE, set, gang, brotherhood, fraternity, sodality.

~Clandestine~, _a._ Concealed (_for a bad purpose_), hidden, private,
underhand, underhanded, sly.

~Clang~, _n._ Clangor, clank, clash, clashing.

~Clang~, _v. n._ Clank, clash.

~Clangor~, _n._ Clang, clank.

~Clank~, _v. n._ Clang, clash.

~Clap~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pat, strike gently.

~2.~ Thrust, force, put hastily.

~3.~ Applaud (_by striking the hands together_), cheer.

~Clap~, _n._ ~1.~ Blow, knock, slap.

~2.~ Explosion, burst.

~3.~ Gonorrhœa, venereal disease.

~Clap-trap~, _n._ Trick (_for the sake of effect, as on the stage_),
sham, HUMBUG, feint, imposture, pretence, delusion, imposition, BAM.

~Clap-trap~, _a._ Deceptive, delusive, counterfeit, sham, mock,
spurious, false, make-believe.

~Clarification~, _n._ Purification, clearing.

~Clarify~, _v. a._ Purify, clear, make clear.

~Clash~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Collide, come into collision, strike against
each other.

~2.~ Clank, clang.

~3.~ Disagree, contend, interfere, be mutually opposed, act in a
contrary direction.

~Clash~, _n._ ~1.~ Collision.

~2.~ Clang, clank, clangor, clashing.

~3.~ Opposition, contradiction.

~Clashing~, _n._ ~1.~ Clang, clank, clangor, clash.

~2.~ Opposition, contradiction, hostility, enmity.

~Clasp~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fasten with a clasp.

~2.~ Grasp, gripe, clutch, grapple, put the fingers around, lay hold
of, fasten upon.

~3.~ Embrace, hug.

~Clasp~, _n._ ~1.~ Hook, catch, HASP.

~2.~ Embrace, hug.

~Class~, _n._ ~1.~ Rank or order (_of persons_).

~2.~ Set (_as of pupils pursuing the same studies_).

~3.~ Scientific division (_of animate or inanimate objects, including
orders, genera, and species_), kind, sort.

~4.~ Category, predicament.

~Class~, _v. a._ Arrange, rank, range, classify, dispose, distribute,
form into classes.

~Class-fellow~, _n._ Classmate.

~Classic~, _n._ First-rate work (_of literature_), work of the first
class.

~Classic~, _a._ ~1.~ First-rate, of the first class (_in literature_).

~Classical~, _a._ ~1.~ First-rate, of the first class (_in literature_).

~2.~ Greek or Latin.

~3.~ Elegant, polished, refined, chaste, pure, Attic.

~Classicalism~, _n._ Classicism; classical taste, idiom, style, or
expression.

~Classicism~, _n._ CLASSICALISM.

~Classification~, _n._ Arrangement, disposition, distribution,
grouping, reducing to order.

~Classify~, _v. a._ Arrange, class, distribute, dispose, form into
classes, reduce to order.

~Classmate~, _n._ Class-fellow.

~Clatter~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Rattle.

~2.~ Prate, prattle, babble, clack, gabble, clatter, jabber, talk
loudly.

~Clatter~, _n._ Rattling, clattering, clutter, confused noise.

~Clattering~, _n._ CLATTER, confused noise.

~Clause~, _n._ ~1.~ Part or subdivision (_of a sentence_).

~2.~ Article, provision, proviso, condition, stipulation.

~Clavate~, _a._ (_Bot._ and _Zoöl._) Claviform, club-shaped.

~Clavated~, _a._ (_Bot._ and _Zoöl._) Claviform, club-shaped.

~Clavicle~, _n._ Collar-bone.

~Claviform~, _a._ (_Bot._) Clavate, clavated, club-shaped.

~Clavis~, _n._ [L. _pl. Claves_; Eng. _pl. Clavises_.] Key,
explanation, clew, guide.

~Claw~, _n._ Talon.

~Claw~, _v. a._ Tear (_with the claws_), scratch, lacerate, laniate.

~Clay~, _n._ Argillaceous earth (_consisting principally of alumina
and silica_).

~Clean~, _a._ ~1.~ Unstained, unspotted, spotless, unsoiled,
unsullied, immaculate, cleanly, neat.

~2.~ Entire, complete, perfect, not defective.

~3.~ Pure, innocent, free from moral impurity.

~Clean~, _ad._ Entirely, completely, perfectly, altogether, wholly,
thoroughly, fully, in air respects, in every respect, out and out.

~Clean~, _v. a._ Cleanse, purify, make clean, free from dirt.

~Cleanly~, _a._ CLEAN, neat, tidy.

~Cleanly~, _ad._ Neatly, in a clean or neat manner.

~Cleanse~, _v. a._ Purify, clean, make clean, free from dirt.

~Cleansing~, _n._ Purification, purifying.

~Cleansing~, _a._ Purifying, purgative, abstergent, cathartic.

~Clear~, _a._ ~1.~ Transparent, bright, pellucid, limpid.

~2.~ Unmixed, pure.

~3.~ Unobstructed, unencumbered, free, open.

~4.~ Serene, fair, cloudless, unclouded, sunny, unobscured, undimmed.

~5.~ Net, without deductions.

~6.~ Perspicuous, lucid, distinct, plain, intelligible.

~7.~ Apparent, visible, palpable, evident, obvious, manifest,
distinct, conspicuous, patent, unequivocal, unmistakable,
indisputable, undeniable, unambiguous, unquestionable, not to be
mistaken.

~8.~ Perspicacious, sharp, acute, discerning, prompt, quick.

~9.~ Innocent, unspotted, spotless, guiltless, sinless,
irreproachable, unblemished, unsullied, undefiled, immaculate, clean.

~10.~ Musical, silvery, sonorous, mellifluous, euphonious, not harsh,
not jarring.

~Clear~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Clarify, purify, refine, cleanse, make clear.

~2.~ Free, loose, liberate, emancipate, disinthrall, set free.

~3.~ Acquit, absolve, exonerate, discharge, justify, vindicate, set
right.

~4.~ extricate, disengage, disentangle, disembarrass.

~5.~ Net, get or gain over and above expenses.

~6.~ Pass by or over without touching.

~Clearance~, _n._ ~1.~ Discharge, release, exoneration, acquittal.

~2.~ (_Com._) Permission to leave port, permission to sail.

~Clear away~, _v. n._ Be fair, be fair weather, clear off, clear up.

~Clear-headed~, _a._ INTELLIGENT, discerning, clear-sighted, keen-
sighted, shrewd, sagacious, acute, long-headed.

~Clear of~, Rid of, free from.

~Clear off~, Be fair, be fair weather, clear away, clear up.

~Clear-sighted~, _a._ Discerning, INTELLIGENT, shrewd, sagacious,
acute, long-headed, keen-sighted, clear-headed.

~Clear up~, (_Neuter._) Be fair, be fair weather, clear off, clear away.

~Clear up~, (_Active._) Explain, expound, make out, make plain.

~Cleave~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Adhere, cohere, stick, hold, be attached.

~2.~ Cling, be united, be joined.

~3.~ Separate, divide, part, open, split, crack, be divided, be
sundered, be severed.

~Cleave~, _v. a._ Split, rive, tear asunder.

~Cleavers~, _n._ Hariff, goose-grass, catch-weed, scratch-weed
(_Galium aparine_).

~Cleft~, _n._ Crevice, chink, fissure, rift, break, breach, gap,
cranny, crack, interstice, opening, fracture, chap, chasm.

~Clemency~, _n._ ~1.~ Lenity, mercy, gentleness, leniency, tenderness,
kindness, compassion, fellow-feeling, long-suffering.

~2.~ Mildness, softness.

~Clement~, _a._ Lenient, merciful, compassionate, kind, indulgent,
tender, gentle, humane, kind-hearted, tender-hearted.

~Clepsydra~, _n._ Water-clock.

~Clergy~, _n._ Ministers, clergymen, CLOTH, body of ecclesiastics (_in
distinction from the laity_).

~Clergyman~, _n._ Minister, divine, priest, pastor, parson,
ecclesiastic, churchman.

~Clerk~, _n._ ~1.~ Recorder, registrar, scribe, penman, accountant.

~2.~ Assistant (_in a place of business_).

~Clever~, _a._ ~1.~ Dexterous, skilful, apt, handy, ready, quick,
smart, expert, able.

~2.~ [_U. S._] Kind, benign, amiable, obliging, accommodating, well-
meaning, well-disposed, good-natured, kind-hearted.

~Cleverness~, _n._ ~1.~ Dexterity, adroitness, skill, aptness,
aptitude, readiness, quickness, smartness, expertness, ability.

~2.~ [_U. S._] Benignity, kindness, kindliness, amiability, kind-
heartedness, fellow-feeling, good-nature.

~Clew~, _n._ Guide, direction, CLAVIS, clue.

~Click~, _v. n._ Tick, clack, clink, beat.

~Click~, _n._ ~1.~ Tick, clack, clink, beat.

~2.~ Pawl, detent, catch, ratchet.

~Client~, _n._ ~1.~ Dependant.

~2.~ Patron (_of a lawyer_).

~Clientage~, _n._ Body of clients.

~Cliental~, _a._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Dependent.

~2.~ Of clients.

~Cliff~, _n._ Crag, precipice, high and steep rock.

~Climacteric~, _n._ Critical period of life.

~Climate~, _n._ ~1.~ Clime, zone, region, country.

~2.~ Weather, state of the atmosphere.

~Climax~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Rhet._) Gradation (_in the structure of
sentences_), gradual rise.

~2.~ Highest point, greatest degree.

~Climb~, _v. n._ Mount or ascend (_with difficulty_), get up, creep up.

~Climb~, _v. a._ Mount or ascend (_with difficulty_), clamber, scramble.

~Clime~, _n._ Region, country, zone, climate.

~Clinch~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Grasp, gripe, clasp, clutch, grapple, lay hold
of.

~2.~ Fasten, secure.

~3.~ Confirm, fix, establish.

~Clinch~, _n._ ~1.~ Pun, ambiguity, quibble, CALEMBOUR, DOUBLE-
ENTENDRE, double meaning, play upon words.

~2.~ Clincher, cramp, hold-fast.

~Clincher~, _n._ ~1.~ Cramp, clinch, hold-fast.

~2.~ Conclusive argument.

~Cling~, _v. n._ Adhere, hold, stick, cleave, be attached, hold fast.

~Clink~, _v. n._ CLICK, clack.

~Clink~, _n._ CLICK, clack.

~Clip~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cut.

~2.~ Prune, curtail, cut short.

~Clip~, _n._ ~1.~ Shearing, cutting.

~2.~ Quantity sheared (_as of wool_).

~3.~ [_Colloquial_, _U. S._] Blow (_with the hand_), rap, knock.

~Clique~, _n._ [Fr.] [_Generally used in a bad sense._] Coterie, club,
brotherhood, sodality, clan, junto, CABAL, CAMARILLA, party, gang,
set, private or exclusive association.

~Cloak~, _n._ ~1.~ Mantle.

~2.~ Mask, veil, cover, blind.

~Cloak~, _v. a._ Mask, hide, veil, cover.

~Clod~, _n._ ~1.~ Lump of earth.

~2.~ Ground, earth, turf, sod.

~Clodhopper~, _n._ Rustic, peasant, countryman, boor, swain, hind,
bumpkin, ploughman, clown.

~Clod-poll~, _n._ Simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~Clog~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Trammel, shackle, fetter.

~2.~ Obstruct, impede, hinder, restrain, embarrass, cumber, encumber,
CLAM.

~Clog~, _n._ ~1.~ Trammel, fetter, shackle, drag weight, dead weight.

~2.~ Impediment, encumbrance, hinderance, obstacle, obstruction,
check, drawback.

~Cloister~, _n._ Convent, monastery, abbey, nunnery, priory.

~Cloisteral~, _a._ Recluse, solitary, secluded, sequestered, monastic.

~Close~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Shut, shut up.

~2.~ Stop, obstruct, choke, stop up.

~3.~ Conclude, finish, terminate, end, complete, bring to a period.

~Close~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Unite, coalesce, come together, be brought
together.

~2.~ Terminate, end, be concluded.

~Close~, _n._ End, conclusion, termination.

~Close~, _a._ ~1.~ Tight, closed, shut fast.

~2.~ Hidden, secret, private.

~3.~ Reserved, taciturn, reticent, secretive, not communicative, of
few words.

~4.~ Retired, withdrawn, concealed, secluded, pent up.

~5.~ Confined, stagnant, motionless.

~6.~ Oppressive, uncomfortable.

~7.~ Dense, compact, solid, compressed, firm, thick.

~8.~ Near, approaching nearly.

~9.~ Intense, intent, unremitting, earnest, fixed.

~10.~ Faithful, accurate, precise, exact, strict, nice.

~11.~ Parsimonious, stingy, penurious, miserly, niggardly, close-
fisted, close-handed, mean, illiberal, ungenerous.

~Close by~, Very near, within a short distance, hard by.

~Close-fisted~, _a._ Penurious, parsimonious, stingy, miserly,
niggardly, mean, close, grasping, close-handed, with an itching palm.

~Close-handed~, _a._ CLOSE-FISTED.

~Closet~, _n._ Cabinet, small room.

~Close up~, Unite, join, consolidate, bring together.

~Close with~, ~1.~ Accede to, consent to, agree to.

~2.~ Agree with, make an agreement with.

~3.~ Grapple with.

~Clot~, _n._ Concretion, coagulation, crassament, CRASSAMENTUM.

~Clot~, _v. n._ Concrete, coagulate.

~Cloth~, _n._ ~1.~ Woven fabric.

~2.~ [With _The_ prefixed.] Clergy, clerical profession.

~Clothe~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dress, attire, apparel, array, robe, put
garments upon.

~2.~ Provide garments for, provide with clothes, furnish with raiment.

~3.~ Invest (_with authority, &c._).

~Clothes~, _n. pl._ Garments, raiment, apparel, attire, vesture,
vestments, dress, clothing, garb, costume, habiliments, habits.

~Clothing~, _n._ Garments, CLOTHES.

~Cloud~, _n._ ~1.~ Nebulosity, haze, mist, fog, vapor, collection of
vapor.

~2.~ Dense mass (_as of smoke_).

~3.~ Darkness, obscurity, gloom.

~Cloud~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Darken, obscure, dim, shade, shadow.

~2.~ Variegate (_with dark veins or spots_).

~Cloud-compeller~, _n._ Jupiter, Jove.

~Cloudy~, _a._ ~1.~ Clouded, murky, lowering, lurid, overcast.

~2.~ Obscure, dark, dim, not clear.

~3.~ Gloomy, dismal, not cheerful.

~Clown~, _n._ ~1.~ Rustic, peasant, swain, ploughman, countryman,
bumpkin, lout, clodpole, boor, hind.

~2.~ Churl, ill-bred man.

~3.~ Buffoon, fool, mountebank, harlequin, jester, droll, punch, zany,
scaramouch, merry Andrew, jack-pudding, pickle-herring.

~Clownish~, _a._ ~1.~ Rustic, boorish, loutish, coarse, rough,
awkward, clumsy, ungainly.

~2.~ Rude, impolite, uncivil, ill-bred, ill-mannered.

~Cloy~, _v. a._ Satiate, glut, surfeit, pall, sate.

~Club~, _n._ ~1.~ Bludgeon, cudgel.

~2.~ Association, society, company, set, fraternity, sodality,
COTERIE, CLIQUE.

~Club~, _v. n._ Co-operate, unite together, act in concert, club
together.

~Club-house~, _n._ CASINO.

~Clue~, _n._ Guide, direction, clew, CLAVIS.

~Clump~, _n._ Cluster, bunch, group, assemblage.

~Clumsy~, _a._ ~1.~ Unwieldy, ponderous, heavy, lumbering, ill-shaped,
ill-made.

~2.~ Awkward, unhandy, bungling, maladroit, inapt, unskilful, without
dexterity.

~Cluster~, _n._ Clump, bunch, group, assemblage, COMA.

~Cluster~, _v. n._ Grow in bunches, grow in clusters, collect together.

~Clutch~, _v. a._ Grasp, gripe, grapple, seize, catch, snatch, lay
hold of, fasten upon.

~Clutch~, _n._ Grasp, gripe, seizure.

~Clutches~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Paws, talons.

~2.~ Hands (_implying rapacity or cruelly_).

~Clutter~, _n._ ~1.~ Bustle, clatter, clattering, confused noise.

~2.~ Confused mass.

~Clypeiform~, _a._ Scutate, shield-shaped.

~Clyster~, _n._ Injection, enema, lavement.

~Coadjutor~, _n._ Assistant, helper, co-operator, auxiliary,
colleague, partner, aider, ally, abettor, co-aid.

~Coagulate~, _v. a. & n._ Curdle, concrete, thicken, clot.

~Coagulation~, _n._ ~1.~ Curdling, concretion.

~2.~ Clot, coagulum.

~Coagulum~, _n._ Clot, coagulation.

~Co-aid~, _n._ Assistant, COADJUTOR.

~Coalesce~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Unite, combine, blend, come together, become
consolidated.

~2.~ Concur, fraternize, come to an agreement.

~Coal-fish~, _n._ Cudden (_Gades carbonarius_).

~Coal-hod~, _n._ Coal-scuttle.

~Coalition~ _n._ Union, alliance, confederacy, federation,
confederation, league, combination, copartnership, compact, federal
compact, federal union.

~Coal-measures~, _n. pl._ Bed of coal, strata of coal, carboniferous
group.

~Coal-mine~, _n._ Colliery, coal-pit.

~Coal-pit~, _n._ Colliery, coal-mine.

~Coal-scuttle~, _n._ Coal-hod.

~Coarse~, _a._ ~1.~ Of large size.

~2.~ Of large fibres or particles.

~3.~ Crude, rough, impure, unpurified.

~4.~ Gross, broad, indelicate, indecent, vulgar, not refined.

~5.~ Rude, unpolished, uncivil, impolite, gruff, bluff, bearish, brutal.

~6.~ Mean, vile, inelegant.

~Coast~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Border, frontier.

~2.~ Shore, beach, strand, seaboard, seaside, seacoast.

~Coast~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Sail along the coast.

~2.~ Slide down a hill (_on a sled_).

~Coat~, _n._ ~1.~ Outer garment (_of men_).

~2.~ Cover, covering, integument, coating.

~Coat~, _v. a._ Cover, spread a covering over.

~Coating~, _n._ Covering, coat.

~Coax~, _v. a._ Wheedle, cajole, flatter, cog, persuade by fondling,
prevail upon by flattery.

~Cob~, _n._ ~1.~ Sea-mew, sea-cob, gull, mew.

~2.~ Horse (_short-legged and stout_).

~3.~ [_U. S._] Spike (_of maize_), corn-cob.

~Cobble~, _v. a._ Botch, tinker, patch up, mend clumsily.

~Cobble~, _n._ Cobble-stone, small round stone.

~Cobble-stone~, _n._ COBBLE.

~Cobbler~, _n._ ~1.~ Mender of shoes.

~2.~ Clumsy workman.

~Cobra~, _n._ Hooded snake, COBRA-DE-CAPELLO.

~Cobra-de-Capello~, _n._ [Port.] Cobra, hooded snake, spectacled snake
(_Naja tripudians_).

~Cobweb~, _n._ Spider's web.

~Cochineal~, _n._ Cochineal insect (_killed by boiling water, and
dried in the sun_).

~Cochleary~, _a._ COCHLEATE, COCHLEATED, spiral, spiry, screw-shaped.

~Cochleate~, _a._ Spiral, COCHLEARY.

~Cochleated~, _a._ Spiral, COCHLEARY.

~Cock~, _n._ Chanticleer, ROOSTER.

~Cock-a-hoop~, _a._ Boasting, boastful, bragging, vaunting, vaporing,
blustering, exulting, triumphant.

~Cock-and-bull story~, Absurd story, exaggerated tale.

~Cockatrice~, _n._ Basilisk.

~Cockchafer~, _n._ May-bug, dor, dor-bug, tree-beetle, dor-beetle, May-
beetle, dummador (_Melontha vulgaris_).

~Cock-crowing~, _n._ Dawn, day-break, peep of day, first blush of the
morning.

~Cocker~, _v. a._ [_Rare._] Indulge (_unduly_), fondle, pamper.

~Cockerel~, _n._ Young cock or rooster.

~Cockering~, _n._ Indulgence (_to excess_), pampering, humoring.

~Cock-eyed~, _a._ Squint-eyed.

~Cockle~, _v. a._ Wrinkle, corrugate, pucker, gather into folds.

~Cockling~, _a._ Curling, ruffled.

~Cock-loft~, _n._ Garret, loft, attic, upper story.

~Cocksure~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Very sure, quite sure, quite certain,
very confident.

~Cod~, _n._ Codfish (_Morrhua vulgaris_).

~Coddle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Parboil, boil slightly.

~2.~ Humor, coax, cajole, wheedle, court, STUFF, pay court to, fawn
upon, curry favor with, try to win by adulation.

~3.~ Fondle, caress, pet, treat with fondness, make much of.

~Code~, _n._ Digest, collection of laws.

~Codfish~, _n._ COD.

~Codger~, _n._ ~1.~ Miser, niggard, churl, curmudgeon, lick-penny,
skinflint, scrimp, hunks, screw, muckworm.

~2.~ Queer old man, eccentric person.

~Codicil~, _n._ Supplement or postscript (_to a will_).

~Codify~, _v. a._ Digest, systematize, reduce to a code or digest.

~Cœliac~, _a._ Of the belly.

~Cœliac passion~, Chronic diarrhœa.

~Co-equal~, _a._ Co-ordinate, on a level, on a par.

~Coerce~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Restrain, curb, check, put under restraint.

~2.~ Compel, force, drive, constrain.

~Coercion~, _n._ ~1.~ Restraint, check, curb.

~2.~ Compulsion, constraint.

~Coercive~, _a._ ~1.~ Coercing, checking, restraining.

~2.~ Constraining, compelling, compulsory.

~Coetaneous~, _a._ COEVAL.

~Coeval~, _a._ Coetaneous, of the same age.

~Co-exist~, _v. n._ Exist together, exist at the same time.

~Coexistent~, _a._ Simultaneous, synchronous.

~Coffer~, _n._ ~1.~ Money-chest, strong-box, safe.

~2.~ [_Arch._] Sunken panel.

~Cog~, _v. a._ ~1.~ COAX, wheedle.

~2.~ Furnish with cogs.

~Cog~, _v. n._ Deceive, CHEAT.

~Cog~, _n._ ~1.~ Trick, deceit, fraud, cheat.

~2.~ Tooth (_of a wheel_).

~Cogency~, _n._ Force, strength, power.

~Cogent~, _a._ Forcible, effective, powerful, urgent, potent,
irresistible, resistless, convincing, conclusive.

~Cogitate~, _v. n._ Meditate, think, reflect, consider, ponder,
deliberate, ruminate, muse.

~Cogitation~, _n._ Meditation, thought, reflection, deliberation.

~Cognate~, _a._ Allied, akin, kin, related, kindred, similar,
analogous, alike, of a piece.

~Cognition~, _n._ Knowledge, cognizance.

~Cognizance~, _n._ Knowledge, cognition, observation.

~Cognizant of~, Aware of, acquainted with, familiar with, conversant
with, having knowledge of.

~Cognomen~, _n._ Surname, family name.

~Cohabit~, _v. n._ Live together (_as husband and wife_).

~Co-heir~, _n._ Joint heir.

~Cohere~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Adhere, cleave, unite, hold, stick together,
hold together.

~2.~ Suit, fit, agree, square, quadrate, tally, coincide, comport.

~Coherence~, _n._ ~1.~ Cohesion, union, connection, dependence.

~2.~ Consistency, congruity, correspondence, harmony, agreement.

~Coherency~, _n._ ~1.~ Cohesion, union, connection, dependence.

~2.~ Consistency, congruity, correspondence, harmony, agreement.

~Coherent~, _a._ ~1.~ Connected, united, sticking together.

~2.~ Consistent, congruous, logical.

~Cohesion~, _n._ Coherence, sticking together.

~Coiffure~, _n._ Head-dress.

~Coil~, _v. a._ Gather into a coil.

~Coil~, _n._ Convolution, BIGHT, circular heap.

~Coin~, _n._ Specie, cash, metallic money, hard money, stamped money.

~Coin~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Convert (_metal_) into money by stamping.

~2.~ Invent, fabricate, devise, create.

~Coinage~, _n._ ~1.~ Coin.

~2.~ Invention, fabrication, creation.

~Coincide~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Correspond, quadrate, square, tally, cohere.

~2.~ Agree, concur, harmonize, be of the same mind.

~Coincidence~, _n._ ~1.~ Correspondence.

~2.~ Agreement, concurrence, consistency.

~Coincident~, _a._ ~1.~ Correspondent, tallying, squaring.

~2.~ Agreeing, concurring, concurrent.

~Coition~, _n._ Copulation.

~Cold~, _a._ ~1.~ Frigid, GELID, cool, not warm, not hot.

~2.~ Bleak, raw, biting, cutting, nipping, frosty, icy, wintry,
hyemal, brumal.

~3.~ Chilly, chill, shivering.

~4.~ Apathetic, phlegmatic, stoical, unfeeling, unsusceptible,
unimpressible, passionless, cold-blooded, sluggish, torpid, lukewarm,
dead, indifferent, unconcerned.

~5.~ Unaffecting, uninteresting.

~Cold~, _n._ ~1.~ Absence of warmth, privation of heat.

~2.~ Coldness, chilliness.

~3.~ Catarrh, cough (_or other inflammatory disease produced by
exposure to cold_).

~Cold-blooded~, _a._ ~1.~ With cold blood.

~2.~ Unfeeling, apathetic, passionless, COLD, cold-hearted, hard-
hearted, cruel.

~Cold-hearted~, _a._ Unfeeling, COLD-BLOODED.

~Colewort~, _n._ Kale.

~Colic~, _n._ Belly-ache, pain in the bowels.

~Collapse~, _n._ ~1.~ Falling together, falling in (_as the sides of a
flue_).

~2.~ (_Med._) Prostration, exhaustion, extreme depression.

~Collapse~, _v. n._ Fall together, fall in.

~Collar~, _n._ Neck-band.

~Collar-bone~, _n._ Clavicle.

~Collate~, _v. a._ Compare, bring into comparison, estimate relatively.

~Collateral~, _a._ ~1.~ Indirect, subordinate, not directly to the
point.

~2.~ Corroboratory, confirmatory, concurrent.

~Collation~, _n._ ~1.~ Comparison.

~2.~ Meal (_less than a feast_), repast, entertainment, treat.

~Colleague~, _n._ Associate (_in some office, especially in that of a
clergyman_), coadjutor, co-operator, assistant, helper, alder, co-aid,
partner, ally.

~Collect~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Gather, assemble, muster, bring together,
scrape together.

~2.~ Accumulate, amass, aggregate, garner, heap up, garner up.

~3.~ Infer, deduce, consider probable.

~Collection~, _n._ ~1.~ Assemblage, group, cluster, gathering, crowd.

~2.~ Accumulation, heap, mass, hoard, store, pile, aggregation.

~3.~ Contribution (_for charitable purposes_).

~Collect one's self~, Recover from surprise, recover one's self-
possession, become calm.

~College~, _n._ ~1.~ Society (_of persons engaged in common
pursuits_), community, body.

~2.~ University, literary institution or seminary of learning (_of the
highest class_).

~3.~ College edifice or building.

~Collide~, _v. n._ Clash, come into collision, strike against each
other.

~Colliery~, _n._ Coal-mine, coal-pit.

~Collision~, _n._ ~1.~ Clash, shock, concussion.

~2.~ Opposition, interference, clashing, conflict.

~Collocate~, _v. a._ [_Rare._] Place, set, dispose, arrange.

~Collocation~, _n._ Arrangement, disposition, grouping.

~Collop~, _n._ Slice (_of meat_), RASHER.

~Colloquial~, _a._ Conversational.

~Colloquy~, _n._ Dialogue, conversation, conference, talk, discourse.

~Collude~, _v. n._ Participate in fraud, conspire fraudulently.

~Collusion~, _n._ ~1.~ COVIN, participation in fraud.

~2.~ Artifice (_practised in pursuance of some secret agreement_),
fraud, deceit.

~Collusive~, _a._ Deceitful, fraudulent, deceptive, dishonest, covinous.

~Collyrium~, _n._ [L.] (_Med._) Eye-water, wash or lotion for the eyes.

~Colocynth~, _n._ Coloquintida, bitter-apple, bitter-cucumber.

~Cologne~, _n._ EAU-DE-COLOGNE.

~Cologne-water~, _n._ EAU-DE-COLOGNE.

~Coloquintida~, _n._ Colocynth, bitter-apple, bitter-cucumber.

~Color~, _n._ ~1.~ Hue, tint, tinge, shade.

~2.~ Pigment, paint.

~3.~ Plea, pretext, pretence, excuse, guise, disguise, semblance,
appearance, make-shift, false show.

~Color~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Tinge, dye, paint, stain.

~2.~ Disguise, varnish, gloss over, make plausible.

~Color~, _v. n._ Redden, blush, show color.

~Color-blindness~, _n._ Daltonism.

~Colorless~, _a._ Uncolored, hueless, untinged, achromatic.

~Color-sergeant~, _n._ Ensign, standard-bearer.

~Colophony~, _n._ Resin (_from the pine_), rosin.

~Colors~, _n. pl._ Flag, standard, ensign, banner.

~Colossal~, _a._ Gigantic, huge, monstrous, immense, enormous,
prodigious, Cyclopean, Herculean.

~Colossus~, _n._ Gigantic statue.

~Colporter~, _n._ Pedler (_of religious books_), hawker of tracts.

~Colt~, _n._ Young horse (_male or female_).

~Coltish~, _a._ Frisky, rampant, playful, frolicsome, sportive, gay.

~Columbary~, _n._ Dove-cot, pigeon-house.

~Column~, _n._ ~1.~ Pillar (_that is round_).

~2.~ File, line, row.

~Coma~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Med._) Lethargy, dozing, stupor, drowsiness (_from
disease_).

~2.~ (_Astron._) Envelope.

~3.~ (_Bot._) Tuft, cluster, bunch, clump.

~Comatose~, _a._ Lethargic, drowsy (_from disease_), dozing, stupid,
stupefied.

~Comatous~, _a._ Lethargic, drowsy (_from disease_), dozing, stupid,
stupefied.

~Combat~, _v. n._ Fight, contend, struggle, contest, war.

~Combat~, _v. a._ Oppose, resist, withstand, contend against, battle
with, struggle with, war against.

~Combat~, _n._ Battle, fight, conflict, engagement, action, contest,
encounter, rencounter, skirmish, brush, affair.

~Combatant~, _n._ Fighter, CHAMPION, warrior.

~Combativeness~, _n._ Propensity to fight.

~Combination~, _n._ ~1.~ Union, conjunction, connection, association.

~2.~ Alliance, coalition, confederacy, league, complot, conspiracy,
cabal.

~3.~ Mixture, compound, amalgamation.

~Combine~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Unite, join together.

~2.~ Mix, blend, incorporate, amalgamate, compound, put together.

~Combine~, _v. n._ Coalesce, be united.

~Combustibility~, _n._ Combustibleness, inflammability, inflammableness.

~Combustible~, _a._ Inflammable.

~Combustibleness~, _n._ Combustibility.

~Combustion~, _n._ Conflagration, burning.

~Come~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Approach, advance, draw near, tend hitherward.

~2.~ Arrive, get to, reach or attain any place or point.

~3.~ Proceed, issue, arise, result, follow, flow, ensue, originate, be
derived, be due or owing, take rise.

~4.~ Happen, occur, befall, betide, take place, come to pass, fall out.

~Come about~, Happen, come to pass.

~Come at~, Reach, obtain, get at.

~Come by~, Get, obtain, gain, get possession of.

~Comedian~, _n._ Comic actor.

~Come home~, ~1.~ Get home, reach home.

~2.~ Touch closely, interest deeply, concern especially.

~Come in~, ~1.~ Enter.

~2.~ Accrue (_as gain_).

~Come in for~, Make a claim for.

~Come into~, ~1.~ Enter.

~2.~ Comply with, assent to, fall in with.

~Comeliness~, _n._ ~1.~ Propriety, fitness, suitableness.

~2.~ Symmetry, grace, gracefulness, beauty.

~Comely~, _a._ ~1.~ Becoming, fitting, suitable, seemly, decorous,
decent.

~2.~ Symmetrical, graceful, handsome, beautiful, PRETTY.

~Come near~, Approximate, approach.

~Come of~, Proceed, issue, grow out of.

~Come on~, ~1.~ Advance.

~2.~ Succeed, thrive.

~Come-outer~, _n._ [_U. S._] Radical, radical reformer.

~Come round~, Change, veer.

~Come short~, Fail, be deficient, be wanting.

~Comet~, _n._ Blazing star.

~Come to~, ~1.~ Consent, yield.

~2.~ Amount to.

~3.~ Recover (_as from fainting_).

~Come to a head~, ~1.~ Mature, suppurate, fester.

~2.~ Come to a crisis.

~Come to grief~, [_Colloquial._] ~1.~ Fail, result disastrously.

~2.~ Be ruined, meet with disaster.

~Come to hand~, Be received.

~Come to one's self~, Recover one's senses.

~Come to pass~, ~1.~ Happen, chance, occur, befall, betide, fall out.

~2.~ Be fulfilled.

~Come to the gallows~, Be hanged.

~Come up~, ~1.~ Rise, ascend.

~2.~ Shoot (_as a plant from the earth_), spring up.

~Come up with~, Overtake.

~Comfit~, _n._ Sweetmeat (_dry_), confection, confect, conserve,
preserve.

~Comfort~, _v. a._ Solace, console, cheer, gladden, encourage,
inspirit, enliven, animate, revive, refresh, invigorate, relieve,
strengthen.

~Comfort~, _n._ ~1.~ Support, assistance, aid, help, succor,
countenance.

~2.~ Solace, consolation, encouragement, relief.

~3.~ Ease, enjoyment, satisfaction.

~Comfortable~, _a._ ~1.~ Agreeable, pleasant, pleasurable, grateful,
gratifying, acceptable, welcome.

~2.~ Snug, convenient, adapted for comfort.

~3.~ [_U. S._] At ease, free from pain.

~Comforter~, _n._ ~1.~ Consoler.

~2.~ Paraclete, Holy Spirit, Spirit of Truth.

~3.~ [_U. S._] Stuffed coverlet, wadded quilt.

~Comfortless~, _a._ ~1.~ Forlorn, cheerless, desolate, wretched,
miserable.

~2.~ Inconsolable, disconsolate, woebegone, heart-broken, broken-
hearted.

~Comic~, _a._ Droll, funny, farcical, ludicrous, laughable, diverting,
sportive, humorous.

~Comical~, _a._ Droll, funny, farcical, ludicrous, laughable,
diverting, sportive, humorous.

~Coming~, _n._ Approach, advent, arrival.

~Coming~, _a._ Future, to come.

~Comity~, _n._ Courtesy, civility, amenity, politeness, suavity,
urbanity, affability, good breeding, good manners.

~Command~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Order, direct, bid, charge, require, enjoin.

~2.~ Rule, govern, sway, control, lead, preside over.

~3.~ Claim, challenge.

~4.~ Overlook, have under range of vision.

~Command~, _v. n._ Govern, rule, exercise authority, have control,
take the lead, rule the roost.

~Command~, _n._ ~1.~ Order, direction, injunction, mandate, behest,
bidding, charge, requisition, commandment, word of command.

~2.~ Rule, sway, authority, power, dominion, government, control,
ascendancy, supremacy.

~Commander~, _n._ Chief, chieftain, leader, captain.

~Commandment~, _n._ Mandate, precept, command.

~Comme il faut~, [Fr.] Right, fit, proper, appropriate, seemly, meet,
becoming, as it should be.

~Commemorate~, _v. a._ Celebrate, solemnize.

~Commemoration~, _n._ Celebration, solemnization.

~Commemorative~, _a._ Memorial.

~Commence~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Begin, originate, take rise.

~2.~ Take the first step, make a beginning, break ground, break the ice.

~Commence~, _v. a._ Begin, institute, originate, enter upon, set
about, set on foot, set in operation.

~Commencement~, _n._ Beginning, outset, opening.

~Commend~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Recommend, bespeak regard for.

~2.~ Commit, intrust, yield.

~3.~ Praise, extol, applaud, laud, eulogize, cry up, speak well of,
say a good word for, sing or sound the praises of.

~Commendable~, _a._ Laudable, praiseworthy, to be commended.

~Commendation~, _n._ ~1.~ Recommendation, approval, approbation, good
opinion.

~2.~ Praise, encomium, eulogy, panegyric, good word.

~Commendations~, _n. pl._ Regards, compliments, respects.

~Commendatory~, _a._ Commending, laudatory, eulogistic, complimentary,
encomiastic, panegyrical.

~Commensurable~, _a._ Commeasurable, commensurate.

~Commensurate~, _a._ ~1.~ Commeasurable, commensurable.

~2.~ Proportionate, equal, coextensive.

~Comment~, _v. n._ Annotate, make notes, make comments or remarks.

~Comment~, _n._ ~1.~ Annotation, note, explanation, elucidation,
illustration, exposition, commentary.

~2.~ Remark, observation.

~Commentary~, _n._ ~1.~ COMMENT.

~2.~ Book of comments.

~3.~ Memoir, familiar narrative.

~Commentator~, _n._ Annotator, expositor, writer of comments.

~Commerce~, _n._ ~1.~ Dealing, trade, traffic, business.

~2.~ Intercourse, communication.

~Commercial~, _a._ Trading, MERCANTILE, skilled in commerce.

~Commination~, _n._ Threatening, threat, menace, denunciation.

~Commingle~, _v. a._ Blend, mix, commix, mingle, amalgamate, mingle
together.

~Comminute~, _v. a._ Pulverize, triturate, grind, bruise, bray, break
to pieces.

~Comminution~, _n._ Pulverization, trituration.

~Commiserate~, _v. a._ Pity, compassionate, have pity for, sympathize
with, feel for, feel sorry for, condole with.

~Commiseration~, _n._ Compassion, sympathy, pity, condolence, fellow-
feeling.

~Commission~, _n._ ~1.~ Perpetration.

~2.~ Warrant of authority.

~3.~ Trust, charge, office, care, duty, task, employment, errand.

~4.~ Allowance, fee, compensation.

~5.~ Delegation, body of commissioners.

~Commission~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Authorize, empower, give a commission to.

~2.~ Depute, delegate, send on a commission.

~Commissioner~, _n._ Agent.

~Commissure~, _n._ Seam, joint.

~Commit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Intrust, consign, confide, give in trust.

~2.~ Deposit, put, place, lay.

~3.~ Perpetrate, enact, do, perform.

~4.~ Imprison, send to prison.

~5.~ Engage, pledge, implicate.

~6.~ Compromit, endanger, bring into danger, put at hazard, put in
jeopardy.

~Commitment~, _n._ Imprisonment, committal.

~Committal~, _n._ Commitment.

~Committee~, _n._ Board.

~Commix~, _v. a._ Blend, mingle, commingle, mix, amalgamate.

~Commixture~, _n._ Intermixture, admixture, mixture, composition,
compound, amalgamation.

~Commode~, _n._ Small sideboard.

~Commodious~, _a._ Convenient, useful, advantageous, suitable, fit,
proper.

~Commodity~, _n._ Article of merchandise.

~Commodities~, _n. pl._ Merchandise, wares, goods, produce.

~Common~, _a._ ~1.~ Public, belonging to all, for the use of all.

~2.~ General, universal, used by all.

~3.~ Usual, frequent, habitual, customary, every-day, often met with.

~4.~ Trite, stale, threadbare, hackneyed, commonplace, not new, worn
out.

~5.~ Ordinary, vulgar, low, inferior, not distinguished (_by high
birth, attainments or character_).

~Commonalty~, _n._ The common people (_below the orders of nobility_),
the lower classes.

~Commoner~, _n._ Middle-man.

~Common-law~, _n._ Unwritten law.

~Commonplace~, _a._ Trite, stale, hackneyed, ordinary, common,
threadbare, not new, worn out.

~Common run~, ~1.~ Common or ordinary course.

~2.~ Generality, mass, ordinary class.

~Commons~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Lower house of Parliament, House of Commons.

~2.~ Provisions, food, fare.

~Common-sense~, _n._ Wisdom, good sense, plain sense, sound judgment,
natural sagacity.

~Commonwealth~, _n._ ~1.~ State, realm, nation, republic, body
politic, popular government, representative government.

~2.~ The public, the people, the community, body of the people.

~Commotion~, _n._ ~1.~ Agitation, disturbance, perturbation.

~2.~ Turmoil, turbulence, tumult, disorder, violence, bustle, pother,
ado, TO-DO.

~Commune~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Converse, communicate, discourse, speak, talk,
hold intercourse.

~2.~ [_U. S._] Receive the communion, partake of the Lord's Supper.

~Communicant~, _n._ Partaker, sharer, participator.

~Communicate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Impart, give, bestow, CONFER.

~2.~ Disclose, reveal, divulge, declare, announce, make known.

~Communicate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Have connection (_by a passage_).

~2.~ Correspond, have intercourse.

~Communication~, _n._ ~1.~ Imparting, giving.

~2.~ Intercourse, conversation, conference, commerce.

~3.~ Connection (_by a passage_).

~Communicative~, _a._ Free, unreserved, open, sociable, social,
affable, conversable.

~Communion~, _n._ ~1.~ Participation, fellowship, converse, intercourse.

~2.~ Eucharist, Sacrament, Lord's Supper.

~Communism~, _n._ Socialism, Fourierism, Phalansterism,
Humanitarianism, Saint Simonianism.

~Community~, _n._ ~1.~ Common or joint possession.

~2.~ [With _The_ prefixed.] Commonwealth, people, public, society,
body politic.

~3.~ Association, brotherhood, college.

~Commutation~, _n._ ~1.~ Exchange.

~2.~ (_Law._) Substitution (_of a less for a greater punishment_).

~Commute~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Exchange.

~2.~ Substitute.

~Compact~, _n._ Agreement, contract, covenant, stipulation, bargain,
treaty, concordat, convention, pact, arrangement.

~Compact~, _v. a._ Consolidate, condense, compress, join closely,
press together.

~Compact~, _a._ ~1.~ Close, dense, solid, firm, compressed, pressed
together, closely put together, of firm texture.

~2.~ Pithy, terse, concise, laconic, sententious, short, brief,
compendious, succinct, pointed, full of meaning, not loose, not
verbose, not prolix.

~Companion~, _n._ ~1.~ Comrade, associate, mate, fellow, CONSORT,
compeer, boon companion.

~2.~ Partner, partaker, participator, participant, sharer.

~Companionship~, _n._ Fellowship, association, company, society.

~Company~, _n._ ~1.~ Assemblage, assembly, body, gathering, group,
circle, troop, crew, gang, set, concourse, congregation.

~2.~ Party, meeting of friends, social meeting.

~3.~ Visitor, visitors, guests.

~4.~ Fellowship, companionship, society.

~5.~ Corporation, association, partnership, copartnership, firm,
house, joint concern.

~Comparable~, _a._ To be compared.

~Comparative~, _a._ ~1.~ Comparing, able to compare.

~2.~ Judged by comparison, not positive, not absolute.

~Comparatively~, _ad._ By comparison, not positively.

~Compare~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Collate (_followed by with_), bring into
comparison, estimate relatively.

~2.~ Liken (_followed by to_) show the resemblance of.

~Compare~, _v. n._ Bear a comparison, admit of comparison.

~Compare~, _n._ [_Poetical._] Comparison.

~Comparison~, _n._ ~1.~ Collation, COMPARE, relative estimate,
comparative estimate.

~2.~ Simile, similitude.

~Compartment~, _n._ Division, section, separate part.

~Compass~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Encompass, environ, surround, encircle,
enclose, engird, compass about.

~2.~ Besiege, invest, beset, hem in, hedge in, wall in, lay siege to.

~3.~ Attain, obtain, procure, accomplish, effect, perform, achieve,
consummate, realize, carry, bring about, bring to pass.

~4.~ (_Law._) Meditate, contrive, plot, purpose, intend, devise.

~Compass~, _n._ ~1.~ Stretch, reach, extent, range.

~2.~ Circuit, round, circular course.

~Compassable~, _a._ Attainable, to be attained.

~Compasses~, _n. pl._ Dividers.

~Compassion~, _n._ Pity, commiseration, sympathy, tenderness,
kindness, kindliness, clemency, fellow-feeling, bowels of compassion,
melting mood.

~Compassionate~, _a._ Tender, sympathetic, merciful, benignant,
gracious, clement, kind, inclined to pity, full of compassion.

~Compassionate~, _v. a._ Pity, commiserate.

~Compatible with~, Consistent with, consonant with, congruous with,
accordant with, agreeable to, suitable to, in keeping with,
reconcilable with, in harmony with.

~Compatriot~, _n._ Fellow-countryman.

~Compeer~, _n._ Companion, mate, equal, peer, associate, fellow,
comrade.

~Compel~, _v. a._ Force, oblige, constrain, coerce, drive, necessitate.

~Compellation~, _n._ Style of address, ceremonious title, formal
appellation.

~Compend~, _n._ Abridgment, compendium, conspectus, summary, abstract,
epitome, digest, synopsis, syllabus, breviary, brief, sum and substance.

~Compendious~, _a._ Brief, concise, short, abridged, summary,
succinct, comprehensive.

~Compendium~, _n._ Abridgment, COMPEND.

~Compensate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Counterbalance, counterpoise, countervail,
make up for.

~2.~ Recompense, remunerate, reward.

~3.~ Requite, indemnify, reimburse, make amends to.

~Compensate~, _v. n._ Atone, make compensation, make amends.

~Compensation~, _n._ ~1.~ Recompense, remuneration, reward.

~2.~ Requital, satisfaction, indemnity, indemnification, reparation,
amends.

~Compete~, _v. n._ Contend, strive, struggle, cope, enter the lists,
be rivals.

~Competence~, _n._ ~1.~ Ability, ableness, capableness, capacity,
qualification, suitableness, fitness.

~2.~ Sufficiency, adequateness, adequacy, enough.

~Competency~, _n._ ~1.~ Ability, ableness, capableness, capacity,
qualification, suitableness, fitness.

~2.~ Sufficiency, adequateness, adequacy, enough.

~Competent~, _a._ ~1.~ Able, capable, qualified, endowed.

~2.~ Adequate, adapted, convenient, sufficient, suitable, fit.

~3.~ Incident, belonging.

~Competition~, _n._ Rivalry, RIVALSHIP, emulation, contest (_for the
same object_).

~Competitive~, _a._ Competing, prompted by emulation.

~Competitor~, _n._ Rival, antagonist, opponent, rival candidate.

~Compilation~, _n._ ~1.~ Book-making.

~2.~ Selection (_of literary matter_), book of selections.

~Compile~, _v. a._ Write (_by selecting from other works_), prepare,
compose, get up.

~Complacence~, _n._ ~1.~ Satisfaction, gratification, pleasure,
content, contentment.

~2.~ Civility, courtesy, politeness, complaisance.

~Complacency~, _n._ ~1.~ Satisfaction, gratification, pleasure,
content, contentment.

~2.~ Civility, courtesy, politeness, complaisance.

~Complacent~, _a._ ~1.~ Pleased, satisfied, gratified, contented.

~2.~ Civil, polite, courteous, affable, easy, obliging, urbane,
COMPLAISANT, gracious.

~Complain~, _v. n._ Murmur, lament, bewail, grumble, croak, find fault.

~Complain of~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Express a feeling or sensation of.

~2.~ Inform against, make charges against.

~Complainant~, _n._ Plaintiff.

~Complainer~, _n._ Murmurer, censurer, grumbler, croaker, fault-finder.

~Complaining~, _a._ Querulous, murmuring, querimonious, fault-finding.

~Complaint~, _n._ ~1.~ Murmur, lamention, plaint, lament, wail.

~2.~ Malady, disease, ailment, ail, illness, indisposition, disorder,
distemper, sickness.

~3.~ Accusation, charge, information against.

~Complaisance~, _n._ Civility, courtesy, politeness, urbanity,
suavity, condescension, complacence, affability, good-breeding.

~Complaisant~, _a._ Courteous, polite, affable, civil, obliging,
gracious, complacent, debonair, familiar, easy, well-bred.

~Complement~, _n._ Full number, full quantity.

~Complete~, _a._ ~1.~ Perfect, full, thorough, consummate, clean, not
deficient.

~2.~ Total, entire, whole, undivided, unbroken, undiminished,
unimpaired, integral.

~3.~ Completed, finished, concluded, consummated, ended.

~Complete~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Finish, perfect, consummate, accomplish,
achieve, perform, effect, effectuate, execute, terminate, end,
conclude, bring to a close, give the finishing touch to, put the
finishing hand to, put the seal to.

~2.~ Fulfil, realize, come up to, bring to pass.

~Completion~, _n._ ~1.~ Consummation, accomplishment, performance,
execution, conclusion, finishing, finishing touch.

~2.~ Fulfilment, realization.

~Complex~, _a._ ~1.~ Compounded, compound, composite, not simple.

~2.~ Complicated, complicate, entangled, intricate, involved.

~Complexion~, _n._ ~1.~ Color, hue, or tint (_of the face_).

~2.~ Appearance, aspect, look.

~Complexity~, _n._ Intricacy, complication, entanglement.

~Compliance~, _n._ ~1.~ Concession, submission, obedience.

~2.~ Acquiescence, assent, consent, agreement, concurrence.

~Compliant~, _a._ Yielding, submissive, obedient, obsequious.

~Complicate~, _v. a._ Involve, entangle, make complex, make intricate.

~Complicate~, _a._ Complex, complicated.

~Complicated~, _a._ Involved, entangled, complex, complicate.

~Complication~, _n._ Complexity, intricacy, entanglement.

~Compliment~, _n._ Praise, commendation, encomium, laudation,
flattering remark, good word.

~Compliment~, _v. a._ Praise, commend, flatter (_by expressions of
civility_).

~Complimentary~, _a._ Commendatory, laudatory, encomiastic.

~Complot~, _n._ (_Rare._) Conspiracy, machination, intrigue, cabal,
plot, combination.

~Comply with~, ~1.~ Observe, perform, fulfil, discharge, meet,
satisfy, complete, adhere to, be faithful to, carry into effect.

~2.~ Yield to, consent to, assent to, accede to, agree to, conform to,
acquiesce in, give consent to.

~Component~, _a._ Composing, constituting, constituent.

~Component~, _n._ Constituent, element, ingredient, component part.

~Comport~, _v. n._ Agree, accord, harmonize, tally, correspond,
square, fall in, chime in.

~Comport with~, Suit, fit, agree with, accord with, square with, chime
in with, be suitable to.

~Compose~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Constitute, form, make, compound, put
together, make up.

~2.~ Indite, write, frame, draw up, put or set down in writing,
express by writing.

~3.~ Adjust, settle, regulate.

~4.~ Tranquillize, assuage, soothe, appease, pacify, calm, still,
quiet, quell.

~Composed~, _a._ Calm, quiet, unruffled, undisturbed, unmoved,
tranquil, placid, sedate, collected, imperturbable, cool.

~Composite~, _a._ Compounded.

~Composition~, _n._ ~1.~ Constitution, formation, making.

~2.~ Compound, mixture.

~3.~ Union, conjunction, combination.

~4.~ Writing, literary work.

~5.~ Compromise, agreement.

~Compost~, _n._ Manure, fertilizer, fertilizing mixture.

~Composure~, _n._ Quiet, tranquillity, calmness, sedateness,
placidity, coolness.

~Compotation~, _n._ JOLLIFICATION, revel, revelling, revelry, SPREE,
debauch, bacchanals, saturnalia, wassail, orgies, carouse, carousal,
conviviality, drinking bout, merry frolic, jolly time.

~Compound~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mix, mingle, intermix, intermingle, blend,
combine, amalgamate.

~2.~ Compromise, settle, adjust.

~Compound~, _v. n._ Compromise, agree, come to terms, come to an
agreement, make an arrangement.

~Compound~, _a._ Complex, composite, compounded.

~Compound~, _n._ ~1.~ Mixture, medley, olio, farrago, hodge-podge.

~2.~ [_In the East Indies._] Yard (_round a building_), enclosure.

~Comprehend~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Comprise, include, enclose, embrace,
contain, embody, take in.

~2.~ Grasp (_mentally_), understand (_fully_), apprehend, conceive,
imagine, see, discern, perceive, enter into the idea of, catch the
idea of.

~Comprehension~, _n._ ~1.~ Perception, apprehension, discernment,
knowledge.

~2.~ Understanding, intelligence, intellect, mind, reason, mental
capacity.

~Comprehensive~, _a._ Extensive, wide, broad, large, capacious, full.

~Compress~, _v. a._ Condense, press, squeeze, crowd, press together.

~Compressibility~, _n._ Condensability

~Compressible~, _a._ Condensable.

~Compression~, _n._ ~1.~ Condensation, pressing together.

~2.~ Brevity, terseness, succinctness, pithiness.

~Comprise~, _v. a._ Comprehend, include, enclose, embrace, contain,
embody, take in.

~Compromise~, _n._ Agreement, composition, adjustment, settlement.

~Compromise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Adjust, settle, compound.

~2.~ Compromit, bring into danger, put at hazard, put in jeopardy.

~3.~ Engage, pledge, implicate, commit.

~Compromise~, _v. n._ Agree, compound, come to an agreement, come to
an understanding.

~Compromit~, _v. a._ Compromise, bring into danger, put at hazard.

~Compulsion~, _n._ Coercion, constraint, application of force.

~Compulsory~, _a._ Compelling, constraining, coercive.

~Compunction~, _n._ Repentance, remorse, contrition, penitence,
sorrow, regret, reproach of conscience, sting of conscience.

~Compunctious~, _a._ Repentant, penitent, contrite, remorseful,
sorrowful.

~Computable~, _a._ Calculable.

~Computation~, _n._ Reckoning, calculation, estimate, account.

~Compute~, _v. a._ Reckon, calculate, estimate, count, number, rate,
cast, cast up, sum up.

~Comrade~, _n._ Companion, associate, mate, fellow, compeer, boon
companion.

~Con~, _v. a._ Study, fix in the mind, commit to memory, learn by
heart, con over.

~Con amore~, [It.] With love, with pleasure, with zest, with
inclination, with predilection, with fondness.

~Concatenate~, _v. a._ Connect, unite, join, link together.

~Concatenation~, _n._ Series, chain, sequence, linking together.

~Concave~, _a._ Hollow, rounded.

~Concavity~, _n._ Hollow space.

~Conceal~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Hide, secrete, cover, screen, bury, cover up.

~2.~ Disguise, dissemble, keep secret.

~Concealment~, _n._ ~1.~ Secrecy, keeping secret.

~2.~ Privacy.

~3.~ Retreat, hiding-place.

~Concede~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Surrender, yield, give up.

~2.~ Allow, admit, grant.

~Conceit~, _n._ ~1.~ Conception, image, notion, thought, fancy,
imagination, idea, belief.

~2.~ Whim, vagary, illusion, freak of fancy.

~3.~ Opinion, estimate, estimation, judgment, impression.

~4.~ Vanity, conceitedness, egotism, bumptiousness, self-conceit, self-
complacency, self-esteem, self-sufficiency, priggery.

~5.~ Quip, quirk, point, odd thought, odd turn, affected witticism.

~Conceited~, _a._ Vain, egotistical, opinionated, opinionative,
BUMPTIOUS, self-conceited, self-sufficient.

~Conceitedness~, _n._ Vanity, conceit, bumptiousness, self-conceit.

~Conceivable~, _a._ Imaginable.

~Conceive~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Imagine, devise, think of, form in the mind.

~2.~ Apprehend, suppose, think.

~Conceive~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Become pregnant.

~2.~ Think, imagine, have an idea, form a conception.

~Conceive of~, Have an idea of, form a conception of.

~Concentrate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Condense, bring into a small compass,
bring toward a central point.

~2.~ Boil down, reduce by evaporation.

~Concentration~, _n._ ~1.~ Condensation, compression into a small
compass.

~2.~ Reduction by evaporation.

~Concept~, _n._ Universal, IDEA, general abstract notion or conception.

~Conception~, _n._ ~1.~ Conceiving.

~2.~ Apprehension, IMAGINATION, the mind's eye.

~3.~ Notion, idea, thought, fancy, conceit, impression.

~Concern~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Affect, interest, touch, regard, relate to,
belong to, pertain to, bear upon, be of importance to.

~2.~ Trouble, make anxious, make uneasy.

~Concern~, _n._ ~1.~ Matter, business, affair, transaction.

~2.~ Importance, interest, moment, consequence, weight.

~3.~ Anxiety, solicitude, care, carefulness.

~4.~ Firm, house, establishment.

~Concerning~, _prep._ Respecting, regarding, about, relating to, with
relation to, with regard to, with reference to.

~Concert~, _v. a._ Contrive, plan, plot, devise, design, concoct.

~Concert~, _n._ ~1.~ Agreement, concord, concordance, harmony.

~2.~ Musical entertainment.

~Concession~, _n._ ~1.~ Yielding.

~2.~ Grant, boon.

~Conchology~, _n._ Malacology.

~Concièrge~, _n._ [Fr.] Porter, janitor, door-keeper.

~Conciliate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Propitiate, reconcile, pacify, appease.

~2.~ Win, gain, engage, draw over, win over.

~Conciliation~, _n._ Propitiation, pacification, reconciliation,
reconcilement, peace.

~Conciliatory~, _a._ ~1.~ Reconciling, pacifying, pacific.

~2.~ Winning, persuasive.

~Concise~, _a._ Brief, short, laconic, summary, compendious, succinct,
terse, pithy, sententious, comprehensive, CURT, pointed, not loose,
not verbose, not prolix.

~Conclave~, _n._ Secret council.

~Conclude~, _v. a._ ~1.~ End, finish, terminate, close, bring to an end.

~2.~ Gather (_as a consequence_), infer.

~3.~ Determine, judge, decide.

~4.~ (_Law._) Stop, bar, hinder, restrain, cut off.

~Conclude~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Determine, infer.

~2.~ End, close, come to a conclusion.

~Conclusion~, _n._ ~1.~ Deduction, inference.

~2.~ Determination, decision, judgment.

~3.~ Termination, end, completion, upshot, close, finale, issue, event.

~Conclusive~, _a._ ~1.~ Decisive, convincing, unanswerable, irrefutable.

~2.~ Final, ultimate, without appeal.

~Concoct~, _v. a._ Devise, plan, plot, contrive, design, invent,
project, brew, frame, compass, mature, prepare, hatch.

~Concomitant~, _a._ Accompanying, concurrent, attendant, attending,
conjoined.

~Concomitant~, _n._ Attendant, accessory, accompaniment.

~Concord~, _n._ ~1.~ Agreement, amity, friendship, peace, unanimity,
unity, union, good understanding.

~2.~ Consonance, concordance, harmony, concert.

~Concordance~, _n._ Agreement, harmony, CONCORD.

~Concordant~, _a._ Agreeing, accordant, harmonious, agreeable.

~Concordat~, _n._ Compact, convention, covenant, agreement, bargain,
stipulation, treaty.

~Concourse~, _n._ ~1.~ Confluence, conflux, flocking together.

~2.~ Meeting, assemblage, assembly, collection, gathering.

~Concrete~, _v. n._ Solidify, harden, cake, become firm or solid, be
consolidated.

~Concrete~, _a._ ~1.~ Firm, solid, solidified, consolidated, compact.

~2.~ Not abstract, not general, restricted to a particular subject
(_as a qualifying term to its noun_).

~Concretion~, _n._ ~1.~ Solidification.

~2.~ Concreted mass, CALCULUS.

~Concubine~, _n._ Mistress, paramour.

~Concupiscence~, _n._ Lust, lewdness, lechery, lasciviousness,
pruriency, carnal desire, animal appetite.

~Concupiscent~, _a._ Lustful, lecherous, libidinous, lascivious,
salacious, lickerish, prurient, rampant, carnal.

~Concur~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be conjoined, be combined.

~2.~ Agree, coincide, harmonize.

~3.~ Co-operate, help, combine, conspire, contribute jointly.

~Concurrence~, _n._ ~1.~ Conjuncture, combination, coincidence,
consistence, consilience.

~2.~ Agreement, union, alliance.

~3.~ Co-operation.

~Concurrent~, _a._ ~1.~ Agreeing, harmonizing, coincident.

~2.~ Conjoined, united, associate, associated, attendant, concomitant.

~3.~ Joint and equal, of equal authority.

~Concussion~, _n._ ~1.~ Shaking, agitation.

~2.~ Clash, shock.

~Condemn~,_ v. a._ ~1.~ Sentence, doom.

~2.~ Censure, blame, disapprove, reprove, reprobate, upbraid, pass
censure on.

~3.~ Adjudge (_a ship_) to be unseaworthy.

~4.~ Confiscate, declare to be forfeited.

~Condemnation~, _n._ ~1.~ Sentence of punishment.

~2.~ Blame, censure, reproof, disapproval, disapprobation.

~Condemnatory~, _a._ Reproachful, censuring, damnatory, blaming.

~Condensability~, _n._ Compressibility.

~Condensable~, _a._ Compressible.

~Condensation~, _n._ ~1.~ Compression.

~2.~ Reduction, abridgment, contraction.

~Condense~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Compress, consolidate, concentrate; make
dense, compact, or close; press together.

~2.~ Abridge, abbreviate, shorten, epitomize, reduce, diminish,
contract, curtail.

~3.~ Reduce to a liquid state.

~Condense~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Grow dense.

~2.~ Become liquid.

~Condescend~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Stoop, yield, submit, bend, descend, deign,
vouchsafe.

~2.~ Humble one's self.

~Condescension~, _n._ ~1.~ Submission, humiliation.

~2.~ Deference, courtesy, obeisance, homage, reverence, civility,
politeness, affability.

~Condign~, _a._ [_Said only or chiefly of punishment._] Deserved,
merited, suitable, adequate.

~Condiment~, _n._ Seasoning, relish, appetizer, sauce, appetizing
substance.

~Condition~, _n._ ~1.~ Situation, state, case, category, plight,
predicament, circumstances.

~2.~ Consideration, provision, proviso, stipulation, arrangement,
article of agreement, rule of proceeding.

~Conditional~, _a._ Depending on conditions, modified by conditions,
not absolute.

~Conditions~, _n. pl._ Stipulations, provisions, terms.

~Condole with~, Pity, commiserate, compassionate, sympathize with,
share sorrow with.

~Condolence~, _n._ Sympathy, pity, compassion, commiseration.

~Condonation~, _n._ Pardon, forgiveness.

~Conduce~, _v. n._ Contribute, tend, serve, lead, have a tendency, do
something towards.

~Conducive~, _a._ Conducing, contributing, subservient, instrumental.

~Conduct~, _n._ ~1.~ Management, direction, administration, guidance,
leadership.

~2.~ Convoy, escort, guard.

~3.~ Deportment (_in general, or as a matter of habit_), BEHAVIOR,
demeanor, carriage, bearing, manners, career, manner of life, course
of life.

~Conduct~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lead, direct, guide, escort, convoy.

~2.~ Command, govern, preside over.

~3.~ Manage, regulate, carry on.

~Conduct one's self~, Behave, act, demean one's self, acquit one's self.

~Conductor~, _n._ ~1.~ Leader, guide.

~2.~ Manager, director.

~Conduit~, _n._ Channel, canal, duct, passage, pipe.

~Cone-shaped~, _a._ Coniform.

~Confabulate~, _v. n._ [_Rare._] Chat, prattle, chatter, prate,
babble, gossip, talk freely, have a free and easy talk.

~Confabulation~, _n._ [_Rare._] Prattle, gossip, prate, chat, chit-
chat, easy conversation, free and easy talk.

~Confect~, _n._ Sweetmeat, CONFECTION.

~Confection~, _n._ Sweetmeat, confect, comfit.

~Confectionery~, _n._ ~1.~ Sweetmeats, confections, confects, comfits,
candies.

~2.~ Confectioner's shop.

~Confederacy~, _n._ Confederation (_especially of independent
states_), federation, league, coalition, alliance, union, federal
compact.

~Confederate~, _v. a._ Ally, league, combine, unite.

~Confederate~, _v. n._ Unite, be leagued, be allied.

~Confederate~, _n._ Accomplice, abettor, accessory, ally.

~Confederation~, _n._ League, CONFEDERACY.

~Confer~, _v. n._ Converse, discourse, parley, advise, talk, hold a
conference, talk together.

~Confer~, _v. a._ [_Appropriately used when the gift is from a person
of superior rank to another of lower rank._] Bestow, give, grant,
vouchsafe.

~Conference~, _n._ ~1.~ Conversation, discourse, talk, colloquy, parley.

~2.~ Meeting for consultation.

~Confess~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Acknowledge (_as a crime or fault_), own, avow.

~2.~ Admit, grant, concede, recognize.

~3.~ Attest, prove, show, exhibit, manifest, be proof of.

~Confession~, _n._ Acknowledgment, admission, avowal.

~Confidant~, _n._ Bosom-friend, intimate friend, dear friend.

~Confide~, _v. a._ Trust, intrust, commit, consign, give in trust.

~Confide in~, Trust, depend upon, rely upon, put faith in, have
confidence in, repose confidence in.

~Confidence~, _n._ ~1.~ Trust, faith, belief, reliance, dependence.

~2.~ Boldness, courage, intrepidity, assurance, firmness, self-reliance.

~Confident~, _a._ ~1.~ Assured, certain, sure, positive, COCKSURE,
fully convinced.

~2.~ Bold, presumptuous, sanguine.

~Confidential~, _a._ ~1.~ Private, not to be disclosed, not to be
communicated.

~2.~ Trusty, faithful, to be trusted.

~Confidentially~, _ad._ Privately, in confidence, under the rose,
between ourselves, between you and me, SUB ROSA, ENTRE NOUS.

~Configuration~, _n._ Form, figure, shape, conformation.

~Confine~, _n._ Boundary, border, limit, frontier.

~Confines~, _n. pl._ Boundaries, borders, edges, limits, matches,
frontiers, precincts.

~Confine~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Restrain, shut up, shut in.

~2.~ Imprison, immure, incarcerate.

~3.~ Limit, circumscribe, bound, restrict.

~Confinement~, _n._ ~1.~ Restraint.

~2.~ Imprisonment, incarceration, captivity, duress, durance.

~Confirm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Establish, fix, settle, assure, make firm.

~2.~ Strengthen, add strength to.

~3.~ Corroborate, substantiate, verify.

~4.~ Ratify, sanction, bind.

~Confirmation~, _n._ ~1.~ Settlement, establishment.

~2.~ Corroboration, substantiation, verification, proof.

~3.~ Ratification, sanction.

~Confirmatory~, _a._ Corroborating, corroborative.

~Confiscate~, _v. a._ Cause to be forfeited, condemn to public use.

~Confiscation~, _n._ Forfeiting, condemnation to public use.

~Conflagration~, _n._ Great burning, general fire.

~Conflict~, _v. n._ Clash, be contrary, be opposed.

~Conflict~, _n._ Struggle, encounter, contest, combat, battle, fight,
collision, strife in arms.

~Confluence~, _n._ ~1.~ Meeting, junction, conflux, union, flowing
together.

~2.~ Concourse, multitude, crowd, collection, throng, army, host, swarm.

~Confluent~, _a._ Meeting, flowing together.

~Conflux~, _n._ ~1.~ Confluence, meeting, union, flowing together.

~2.~ Collection, multitude, concourse, crowd, throng.

~Conform~, _v. a._ Make conformable, bring into compliance.

~Conform~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Comply, yield assent.

~2.~ Agree, harmonize, tally, square, quadrate, correspond, comport.

~Conformable to~, ~1.~ Resembling, similar to, corresponding to.

~2.~ Agreeable to, suitable to, consistent with.

~3.~ Compliant with, submissive to.

~Conformation~, _n._ ~1.~ Accordance, compliance, agreement, conformity.

~2.~ Configuration, structure, form, figure, shape.

~Conformity~, _n._ ~1.~ Accordance, agreement, congruity.

~2.~ Correspondence, likeness, similitude, resemblance.

~Confound~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mingle (_so that there can be no
distinction_), intermingle, mix, blend, confuse.

~2.~ Perplex, bewilder, embarrass, mystify, pose, nonplus, flurry.

~3.~ Surprise, amaze, astonish, astound, stupefy, bewilder, stun,
startle, dumfounder, electrify, take by surprise, strike with wonder,
strike dumb, petrify with wonder.

~4.~ Destroy, overthrow, ruin.

~5.~ Abash, confuse, disconcert, discompose, shame, mortify.

~Confounded~, _a._ ~1.~ Astonished, astounded, dumfounded, struck dumb.

~2.~ Abashed, disconcerted, nonplussed, blank.

~3.~ Detestable, hateful, abominable, cursed.

~Confront~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Encounter, face, bring face to face, oppose
openly.

~2.~ Compare, bring into comparison.

~Confrication~, _n._ [_Rare._] Attrition, abrasion, friction, wearing
away, wearing off, rubbing off.

~Confuse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mingle, intermingle, mix, blend, confound.

~2.~ Disorder, disarrange, derange, disturb, jumble, throw into
disorder or confusion.

~3.~ Perplex, obscure, darken, render uncertain.

~4.~ Mystify, embarrass, pose, nonplus, bewilder, flurry.

~5.~ Abash, shame, mortify, discompose, disconcert, confound.

~Confusion~, _n._ ~1.~ Confusedness, disorder, disarrangement,
derangement, disarray, jumble, chaos, anarchy.

~2.~ Tumult, turmoil, commotion, ferment, stir, agitation.

~3.~ Distraction, perplexity, embarrassment, bewilderment, astonishment.

~4.~ Shame, mortification, abashment.

~5.~ Overthrow, destruction, defeat, ruin.

~Confutation~, _n._ Refutation, disproof.

~Confute~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Overthrow (_by argument_), overcome (_in
debate_), convict of error, put to silence.

~2.~ Disprove, refute, prove to be false.

~Congé~, _n._ [Fr.] Leave, farewell.

~Congeal~, _v. a._ Freeze, make solid by cold, turn to ice.

~Congeal~, _v. n._ Freeze, be frozen, turn to ice.

~Congelation~, _n._ Freezing.

~Congenial~, _a._ ~1.~ Cognate, kindred, akin, related, similar, in
sympathy with one another.

~2.~ Suited, adapted, agreeable.

~Congenital~, _a._ Connate, born at the same time.

~Congestion~, _n._ Repletion, plethora.

~Conglomerate~, _n._ Pudding-stone.

~Congratulate~, _v. a._ Felicitate, wish joy to, rejoice with.

~Congratulation~, _n._ Felicitation.

~Congratulatory~, _a._ Gratulatory.

~Congregate~, _v. a._ Assemble, collect, muster, gather, convene,
convoke, bring together.

~Congregate~, _v. n._ Assemble, meet, come together, meet together.

~Congregation~, _n._ Assembly, meeting, collection.

~Congress~, _n._ ~1.~ Meeting, assembly, convention, council, diet,
convocation, synod.

~2.~ National legislature (_of the U. S._), Senate and House of
Representatives.

~Congruity~, _n._ Suitableness, agreement, fitness, consistency,
conformity.

~Congruous~, _a._ ~1.~ Accordant, agreeing, suitable, consistent,
consonant, compatible.

~2.~ Proper, fit, befitting, appropriate, meet, seemly.

~Conical~, _a._ Coniform, cone-shaped.

~Coniform~, _a._ Conical, cone-shaped.

~Conjectural~, _a._ Presumptive, hypothetical, theoretical.

~Conjecture~, _n._ Supposition, surmise, guess, hypothesis, theory.

~Conjecture~, _v. a._ Surmise, guess, suppose, divine, suspect.

~Conjecture~, _v. n._ Surmise, guess, suppose, suspect, fancy, dare
say, take it, hazard the conjecture.

~Conjoin~, _v. a._ Join, unite, combine, connect, associate, join
together.

~Conjoint~, _a._ Joined, united, combined, connected, associated.

~Conjugal~, _a._ Matrimonial, connubial, nuptial, bridal, hymeneal,
CONJUGIAL.

~Conjugates~, _n. pl._ Words of the same derivation, kindred words.

~Conjugial~, _a._ [_Rare, except in translations of Swedenborg's
writings._] Connubial, conjugal.

~Conjunction~, _n._ ~1.~ Union, association, combination, connection.

~2.~ (_Astron._) Apparent meeting (_of two stars or planets_).

~3.~ (_Gram._) Connective, connecting word.

~Conjuncture~, _n._ ~1.~ Combination, concurrence.

~2.~ Crisis, emergency, exigency, juncture, critical occasion.

~Conjuration~, _n._ Magic, sorcery, incantation, enchantment.

~Conjure´~, _v. a._ Beseech, supplicate, beg, pray, entreat, implore,
ADJURE, enjoin solemnly.

~Con´jure~, _v. a._ Charm, enchant, bewitch, fascinate, affect by
magic arts.

~Con´jure up~, Summon by enchantment, raise up by magic.

~Con´jure~, _v. n._ Juggle, practise magic or sorcery, play tricks.

~Conjurer~, _n._ Juggler, enchanter, sorcerer, magician, necromancer,
diviner, seer, wizard, charmer, exorcist.

~Connate~, _a._ Congenital, born at the same time.

~Connect~, _v. a._ Join, unite, combine, conjoin, associate, couple,
link together.

~Connect~, _v. n._ Join, unite, cohere, be joined, have relation.

~Connected~, _a._ ~1.~ Joined, united, associated, coupled.

~2.~ Related, akin, allied.

~Connection~, _n._ ~1.~ Union, alliance, junction, association,
dependence.

~2.~ Intercourse, communication, commerce.

~3.~ Affinity, relationship.

~4.~ Kinsman, relative, relation, kindred.

~Connective~, _n._ Conjunction, connecting word.

~Conner~, _n._ Blue perch, cunner, burgall, CHOGSET.

~Connivance~, _n._ Voluntary blindness (_to an act_), pretended
ignorance, forbearance or disapproval, winking at.

~Connive at~, Overlook (_purposely_), disregard, pay no regard to,
make light of, pretend not to see, shut one's eyes to, forbear to
censure, wink at.

~Connoisseur~, _n._ Critic, critical judge, man of good taste (_as
distinguished from the dilettante, who merely pretends to good taste_).

~Connubial~, _a._ Matrimonial, conjugal, CONJUGIAL, nuptial, hymeneal,
bridal.

~Conquer~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Vanquish, subdue, overcome, subjugate, defeat,
overthrow, overpower, beat, rout, discomfit, checkmate, master,
subject, humble, crush, get the better of, put down, prevail over, get
the upper hand of, get the whip hand of, HAVE ON THE HIP.

~2.~ Gain by effort, win by victory.

~Conquer~, _v. n._ Prevail, overcome, gain the victory.

~Conqueror~, _n._ Victor, vanquisher.

~Conquest~, _n._ ~1.~ Subjugation, subjection, mastery, reduction,
overthrow, rout.

~2.~ Victory, triumph.

~Consanguinity~, _n._ Relationship (_by blood_), affinity, kindred.

~Conscience~, _n._ Moral sense, moral faculty, the still small voice.

~Conscientious~, _a._ Scrupulous, upright, honest, just, exact,
honorable, fair, uncorrupt, incorruptible, ingenuous, high-minded,
straightforward.

~Conscious~, _a._ ~1.~ Knowing, thinking, reflecting.

~2.~ Apprised, sensible, aware, cognisant.

~Conscription~, _n._ Compulsory enlistment of soldiers.

~Consecrate~, _v. a._ Dedicate, devote, hallow, sanctify, ordain, set
apart as sacred, appropriate to sacred uses.

~Consecration~, _n._ Dedication, devotion.

~Consecutive~, _a._ Successive, uninterrupted, continuous, succeeding
regularly, following in a series.

~Consent~, _n._ ~1.~ Concurrence, assent, approval.

~2.~ Concord, accord, agreement, unison, co-operation, harmony,
coherence.

~3.~ Acquiescence, compliance.

~Consent~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Agree (_as to a matter of conduct_), ASSENT,
concur, yield assent, give consent.

~2.~ Yield, comply, acquiesce, accede.

~Consequence~, _n._ ~1.~ Effect (_from necessity_), RESULT, issue,
event, end.

~2.~ Deduction, inference, conclusion.

~3.~ Connection, concatenation, consecution, chain of cause and
effect, dependence of cause and effect.

~4.~ Importance, moment, weight, interest, concern.

~Consequent~, _a._ ~1.~ Following, consequential.

~2.~ Deducible, INFERABLE.

~Consequent~, _n._ ~1.~ Effect.

~2.~ Deduction, conclusion, inference.

~Consequential~, _a._ ~1.~ Following, consequent.

~2.~ Pompous, conceited, self-sufficient, vain-glorious.

~Conservation~, _n._ Preservation.

~Conservative~, _a._ Opposed to change.

~Conservator~, _n._ Preserver, protector, guardian.

~Conservatory~, _n._ ~1.~ Repository, storehouse.

~2.~ Greenhouse.

~Conserve~, _v. a._ Preserve, save.

~Conserve~, _n._ Preserve, JAM, confection, comfit, sweetmeat.

~Consider~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Contemplate, ponder, study, examine, weigh,
mind, heed, mark, reflect upon, be attentive to, give or pay attention
to, give heed to, take into consideration, give a thought to, keep in
view.

~2.~ Respect, regard, consult, care for, have regard to, have
reference to, take into account.

~Consider~, _v. n._ Deliberate, reflect, meditate, ponder, ruminate,
muse, cogitate, think, take thought, cast about.

~Considerable~, _a._ ~1.~ Respectable, worthy of consideration.

~2.~ Moderately large, not small.

~Considerate~, _n._ Thoughtful, deliberate, serious, discreet,
prudent, provident, circumspect, judicious, sober, staid.

~Consideration~, _n._ ~1.~ Attention, notice, heed, regard,
reflection, deliberation, meditation, serious thought, contemplation.

~2.~ Importance, consequence, weight, moment, import, significance.

~3.~ Reason, motive, ground, account, score, sake, cause.

~Considering~, _prep._ Taking into account, allowing for, making
allowance for.

~Consign~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Transfer, alienate, abalienate, demise,
devolve, convey, deliver over, make over, hand over.

~2.~ Intrust, commit, give in trust.

~Consilience~, _n._ Concurrence, coincidence, conjuncture.

~Consistence~, _n._ ~1.~ Consistency, body, degree of density.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Durability, permanence.

~3.~ [_Rare._] Structure, combination, organization.

~Consistency~, _n._ ~1.~ Consistence, degree of density.

~2.~ Uniformity, congruity, compatibility, conformableness,
correspondence.

~Consistent~, _a._ Compatible, suitable, accordant, conformable,
uniform, congruous, harmonious, correspondent.

~Consist in~, Lie in, be contained in, be comprised in, be constituted
by.

~Consist of~, Be made of, be composed of, be formed of, be made up of.

~Consist with~, Suit, agree with, be compatible with, be in accordance
with, be consistent with.

~Consolation~, _n._ Solace, comfort, encouragement, alleviation of
sorrow, relief from distress.

~Consolatory~, _a._ Consoling, comforting.

~Console~, _v. a._ Solace, comfort, cheer, encourage, soothe, relieve
from distress.

~Consolidate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Condense, compact, compress, harden,
solidify, make solid, make firm.

~2.~ Conjoin, combine, unite into one.

~Consolidation~, _n._ ~1.~ Solidification.

~2.~ Union, combination.

~Consols~, _n. pl._ Consolidated annuities (_of the English
Government_).

~Consonance~, _n._ ~1.~ Concord, accord, harmony.

~2.~ Consistency, congruity, congruence, agreement, unison.

~Consonancy~, ~1.~ Concord, accord, harmony.

~2.~ Consistency, congruity, congruence, agreement, unison.

~Consonant~, _a._ ~1.~ Accordant, according, harmonious, in harmony.

~2.~ Consistent, congruous, compatible.

~Consonant~, _n._ Articulation.

~Consort~, _n._ Companion (_especially a wife or a husband or one
vessel of a fleet_), partner, associate.

~Consort with~, Associate with, keep company with.

~Conspectus~, _n._ [L.] Outline, epitome, abstract, summary, compend,
compendium, synopsis, syllabus, digest, brief, breviary, general view.

~Conspicuous~, _a._ ~1.~ Visible, discernible, perceptible, apparent,
conspicuous, clear, in plain sight.

~2.~ Eminent, pre-eminent, prominent, distinguished, remarkable,
noted, celebrated, marked, famed, famous, illustrious.

~Conspiracy~, _n._ Plot, combination, cabal, complot, intrigue,
machination.

~Conspire~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Co-operate, conduce, tend, concur.

~2.~ Combine (_for some evil design_), plot, confederate, intrigue,
cabal.

~Conspire~, _v. a._ Plot, contrive, devise, project, compass.

~Constancy~, _n._ ~1.~ Stability, immutability, unchangeableness,
permanence.

~2.~ Uniformity, regularity.

~3.~ Inflexibility, steadiness, steadfastness, firmness, resolution,
determination, decision, tenacity of purpose.

~Constant~, _a._ ~1.~ Stable, fixed, immutable, unvaried, invariable,
continual, unchanging, permanent, perpetual.

~2.~ Uniform, regular, stated, certain.

~3.~ Resolute, firm, steady, steadfast, stanch, determined, unshaken,
unwavering.

~4.~ Persevering, assiduous, unremitting.

~5.~ Faithful, true, trusty.

~Constellation~, _n._ ~1.~ Group of stars.

~2.~ Collection, assemblage, cluster.

~Consternation~, _n._ Alarm, amazement, terror, fright, dismay, panic,
sudden fear.

~Constipate~, _v. a._ Make costive.

~Constipated~, _a._ Costive.

~Constipation~, _n._ Costiveness.

~Constinent~, _a._ Forming, composing, constituting, component.

~Constituent~, _n._ ~1.~ Component, element, principle, ingredient,
component part.

~2.~ Elector, voter.

~Constitute~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Form, compose, make, make up, enter into
the composition of.

~2.~ Appoint, depute, empower.

~Constitution~, _n._ ~1.~ Formation, organization.

~2.~ Quality, character, temper, temperament, spirit, humor,
peculiarity, characteristic.

~3.~ Charter of government, fundamental law, organic law.

~Constitutional~, _a._ ~1.~ Natural, inherent, inbred.

~2.~ Legal, lawful, legitimate.

~Constrain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Compel, force, drive, oblige, coerce.

~2.~ Confine, restrain, inthral, hold, curb, put under restraint, keep
down, keep under.

~Constraint~, _n._ ~1.~ Compulsion, force, necessity, obligation,
coercion.

~2.~ Confinement, restraint, imprisonment, incarceration, inthralment,
durance, duress, captivity.

~Constrict~, _v. a._ Cramp, contract, compress.

~Constriction~, _n._ Contraction, compression.

~Construct~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fabricate, build, erect, raise, set up, put
together.

~2.~ Organize, institute, arrange, make, form, frame.

~Constructor~, _n._ Builder.

~Construction~, _n._ ~1.~ Fabrication, erection, building.

~2.~ Structure, formation, conformation, configuration, form, figure,
shape, mode of constructing.

~3.~ Interpretation, explanation, version, rendering.

~Construe~, _v. a._ Interpret, explain, expound, translate, render,
put an interpretation upon.

~Constuprate~, _v. a._ Ravish, deflower, violate, debauch, commit rape
upon.

~Constupration~, _n._ Violation, ravishing, ravishment, defilement,
rape.

~Consuetudinary~, _a._ [_Rare._] Usual, common, wonted, customary,
accustomed, conventional.

~Consulate~, _n._ Consulship.

~Consulship~, _n._ Consulate.

~Consult~, _v. n._ Confer, seek counsel, take counsel, deliberate in
common.

~Consult~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Ask advice of, seek information from.

~2.~ Consider, regard, care for, have reference to, have regard to,
take into account.

~Consultation~, _n._ ~1.~ Conference.

~2.~ Counsel, meeting for deliberation.

~Consume~, _v. a._ Destroy, waste, spend, expend, exhaust, devour,
lavish, squander, dissipate, use up.

~Consummate~, _v. a._ Complete, finish, perfect, accomplish, compass,
effect, perform, achieve, execute, do, carry out, bring about, work out.

~Consummate~, _a._ Complete, perfect, finished.

~Consummation~, _n._ Completion, termination, finishing, close,
accomplishment, fulfilment, achievement, realization, last stroke,
finishing stroke, last finish, final touch, crowning touch.

~Consumption~, _n._ ~1.~ Extinction, destruction, waste, expenditure.

~2.~ Phthisis, marasmus, atrophy, decline, tabes, gradual wasting,
progressive emaciation.

~Contact~, _n._ Touch, juxtaposition, junction, contiguity, close union.

~Contagion~, _n._ ~1.~ Infection.

~2.~ Contamination, taint.

~Contagious~, _a._ ~1.~ Infectious, catching.

~2.~ Pestilential, pestiferous, poisonous, deadly.

~Contain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Comprehend, comprise, embrace, include, embody.

~2.~ Hold, have capacity for.

~3.~ Restrain, keep in check.

~Contain~, _v. n._ Be continent, live in continence.

~Contaminate~, _v. a._ Defile, pollute, corrupt, taint, infect,
poison, vitiate, sully, tarnish, soil, stain.

~Contamination~, _n._ Pollution, defilement, taint, stain, infection,
impurity, foulness, uncleanness, abomination.

~Contemn~, _v. a._ Despise, disdain, scorn, scout, spurn, slight, hold
in contempt, look down upon, turn a cold shoulder upon, turn up one's
nose at, snap one's fingers at, laugh to scorn, point the finger of
scorn at.

~Contemplate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Study, ponder, meditate on, dwell on,
think about, reflect upon, consider or view attentively, revolve in
the mind.

~2.~ Intend, purpose, design, have in view, have in contemplation,
look forward to.

~Contemplation~, _n._ ~1.~ Reflection, meditation, cogitation,
lucubration, deliberation, study, thought, speculation, pondering.

~2.~ View, prospect, prospective.

~Contemplative~, _a._ Thoughtful, studious, given to contemplation.

~Contemporaneous~, _a._ Contemporary.

~Contemporary~, _a._ Contemporaneous.

~Contempt~, _n._ ~1.~ Disdain, scorn, mockery, derision, contumely,
disregard, slight, mean opinion.

~2.~ Shame, disgrace.

~Contemptible~, _a._ Despicable, vile, low, mean, base, pitiful,
abject, worthless, paltry, sorry, pitiful.

~Contemptuous~, _a._ Insolent, scornful, disdainful, supercilious,
haughty.

~Contend~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Strive, struggle, combat, fight, vie.

~2.~ Debate, dispute, argue, join issue.

~3.~ Maintain, affirm, assert.

~Content~, _a._ Satisfied, contented, easy in mind.

~Content~, _v. a._ Satisfy, appease, make easy, make contented.

~Content~, _n._ Satisfaction, ease, contentment.

~Contented~, _a._ Satisfied, content, easy in mind.

~Contention~, _n._ ~1.~ Strife, discord, dissension, wrangling,
wrangle, quarrel, squabble, feud, rupture, falling out.

~2.~ Dispute, debate, bickering, altercation, controversy, logomachy,
high words, war of words, strife of words.

~Contentious~, _a._ ~1.~ Quarrelsome, cross, petulant, perverse.

~2.~ Disputatious, captious, cavilling.

~Contentment~, _n._ Satisfaction, ease, content.

~Contents~, _n. pl._ What is contained.

~Conterminous~, _a._ Adjoining, contiguous, bordering upon.

~Contest~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dispute, controvert, argue, debate, litigate,
contend against, call in question.

~2.~ Strive to hold, struggle to defend.

~Contest~, _v. n._ Contend, strive, struggle, vie, fight, compete, cope.

~Contest~, _n._ ~1.~ Dispute, altercation, debate, controversy,
contestation, quarrel, difference, high words, strife of words, war of
words.

~2.~ Struggle, battle, conflict, fight, combat, encounter, rencounter,
strife in arms.

~Contestation~, _n._ Dispute, debate, controversy, logomachy, war of
words, strife of words.

~Context~, _n._ Words immediately preceding or following.

~Contexture~, _n._ Constitution, structure, frame-work, texture.

~Contiguity~, _n._ Contact, touching, meeting, juxtaposition, proximity.

~Contiguous~, _a._ Touching, meeting, conterminous, adjacent,
adjoining, in contact.

~Continence~, _n._ Chastity, restraint of sexual appetite.

~Continent~, _a._ Chaste, temperate.

~Continent~, _n._ Main land, great tract of land.

~Contingency~, _n._ ~1.~ Accidentalness, fortuity, uncertainty.

~2.~ Casualty, accident, incident, occurrence, event.

~Contingent~, _a._ ~1.~ Accidental, fortuitous, incidental, casual,
happening by chance.

~2.~ Conditional, uncertain, dependent on circumstances.

~Contingent~, _n._ Quota, proportion, share, proportional part.

~Continual~, _a._ Perpetual, uninterrupted, unceasing, incessant,
unremitting, endless, everlasting, eternal, interminable, constant,
continuous.

~Continuance~, _n._ ~1.~ Continuation.

~2.~ Perseverance, constancy.

~Continuation~, _n._ Extension (_in time or space_), prolongation,
protraction, continuance.

~Continue~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Remain, endure, last, be permanent, be durable.

~2.~ Abide, stay, tarry.

~3.~ Persist, persevere, go on, keep on, be steadfast, be constant.

~Continue~, _v. a._ Extend (_in time or in space_), prolong.

~Continuity~, _n._ Cohesion, close union, uninterrupted connection,
unbroken texture.

~Continuous~, _a._ Connected, continued, extended, unbroken,
uninterrupted, unintermitted.

~Contort~, _v. a._ Twist, writhe, distort.

~Contortion~, _n._ Twist, distortion, wryness, deformity.

~Contour~, _n._ Outline, profile.

~Contraband~, _a._ Prohibited, illegal, unlawful, illicit.

~Contraband~, _n._ ~1.~ Illegal traffic.

~2.~ Prohibited articles.

~3.~ [_U. S._] Negro slave.

~Contrabandist~, _n._ Smuggler.

~Contract~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lessen, shorten, narrow, diminish, abridge,
reduce, epitomize, draw together.

~2.~ Incur, bring, procure, get, assume, take upon one's self, become
liable to.

~Contract~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Shrivel, shrink, shrink up.

~2.~ Agree, stipulate, bargain, covenant, make a bargain.

~Contract~, _n._ Compact, bargain, stipulation, covenant, convention,
concordat, treaty, agreement, pact, arrangement.

~Contraction~, _n._ ~1.~ Shrinking, shrivelling, corrugation, drawing
together.

~2.~ Reduction, shortening, diminution, lessening, abridgment,
abbreviation.

~Contradict~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Deny, gainsay, dispute, controvert.

~2.~ Oppose, contravene, counteract, thwart, be contrary to.

~Contradiction~, _n._ ~1.~ Gainsaying, denial.

~2.~ Opposition, contrariety, incongruity, antagonism, clashing.

~Contradictory~, _a._ Opposite, contrary, inconsistent, repugnant.

~Contradistinction~, _n._ Distinction (_by opposite qualities_).

~Contradistinguish~, _v. a._ Distinguish (_by opposite qualities_).

~Contrariety~, _n._ Opposition, repugnance, antagonism, contradiction,
clashing.

~Contrary~, _a._ ~1.~ Opposite, opposing, adverse, opposed, counter.

~2.~ Antagonistic, conflicting, contradictory, counteracting,
retroactive, repugnant.

~3.~ Perverse, humorsome, wayward, obstinate, stubborn, headstrong,
refractory, unruly.

~Contrast~, _n._ ~1.~ Exhibition of differences.

~2.~ Opposition, difference.

~Contrast~, _v. a._ Set off by opposition, exhibit the differences of.

~Contrast~, _v. n._ Show difference, exhibit a contrast.

~Contrate-wheel~, _n._ Crown-wheel.

~Contravene~, _v. a._ Oppose, contradict, counteract, countervail,
thwart, cross, obstruct, defeat, hinder, go against, clash with, run
counter to, militate against.

~Contravention~, _n._ Contradiction, opposition, obstruction.

~Contretemps~, _n._ [Fr.] Mishap, mischance, accident.

~Contribute~, _v. a._ Give (_nn common with others_), grant or bestow
(_as a share_), DONATE.

~Contribute~, _v. n._ Conduce, minister, conspire, co-operate, concur,
bear a part, be helpful.

~Contribution~, _n._ ~1.~ Grant or bestowment of a share.

~2.~ Gift, donation, offering, subscription.

~Contrite~, _a._ Penitent, repentant, humble, self-convicted, broken
in spirit.

~Contrition~, _n._ Penitence, compunction, remorse, repentance,
sorrow, regret, self-condemnation, self-reproach, stings of
conscience, sorrow for sin.

~Contrivance~, _n._ ~1.~ Design, invention.

~2.~ Device, scheme, plan, plot, artifice, stratagem, complot,
machination.

~Contrive~, _v. a._ Devise, plan, design, invent, project, hatch,
brew, form, frame, concoct, COMPASS, fall upon, hit upon, strike out,
chalk out.

~Contrive~, _v. n._ Scheme, plot, plan, consider, set one's wits to
work, rack one's brains, cudgel one's brains, strain one's invention,
cast about.

~Control~, _n._ Ascendency, sway, command, rule, dominion, government,
mastery, superintendence, direction.

~Control~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Direct, manage, regulate, govern, superintend,
have the direction of, have charge of.

~2.~ Hinder, check, repress, curb, restrain, bridle.

~Controversial~, _a._ Disputatious, polemical.

~Controversialist~, n. Disputant, arguer, debater, disputer.

~Controversy~, _n._ ~1.~ Discussion, dispute, disputation, debate,
polemics, altercation, logomachy, war of words, strife of words.

~2.~ Lawsuit, suit at law, process in law.

~Controvert~, _v. a._ Dispute, contest, debate, argue, canvass,
contend against, call in question.

~Contumacious~, _a._ Contemptuous, obstinate, perverse, stubborn,
headstrong, heady, dogged, intractable, mulish, refractory, cross-
grained, stiff-necked, pertinacious, obdurate.

~Contumacy~, _n._ ~1.~ Obstinacy, stubbornness, doggedness,
perverseness, pertinacity, headiness, obduracy.

~2.~ Disobedience, insubordination.

~Contumelious~, _a._ Reproachful, abusive, calumnious, contemptuous,
insolent, insulting, rude, supercilious, overbearing, arrogant,
scornful, disdainful, blackguard.

~Contumely~, _n._ Obloquy, reproach, opprobrium, abuse,
contemptuousness, insolence, rudeness, blackguardism,
superciliousness, arrogance, scorn, contempt, disdain.

~Contuse~, _v. a._ Bruise, crush, squeeze.

~Contusion~, _n._ Bruise.

~Convalescence~, _n._ Recovery (_of health_).

~Convalescent~, _a._ Improving (_in health_), recovering.

~Convene~, _v. n._ Meet, assemble, muster, congregate, come together,
hold a session.

~Convene~, _v. a._ Convoke, summon, assemble, collect, muster, bring
together, gather together.

~Convenience~, _n._ ~1.~ Suitableness, fitness, propriety.

~2.~ Commodiousness, accommodation, satisfaction.

~3.~ Cause of satisfaction, source of comfort.

~Convenient~, _a._ ~1.~ Fit, suitable, proper, appropriate, adapted,
suited.

~2.~ Commodious, advantageous, useful, serviceable, helpful, beneficial.

~Convent~, _n._ Monastery, cloister, abbey, priory, nunnery.

~Convention~, _n._ ~1.~ Assembly, meeting, CONVOCATION.

~2.~ Contract, compact, agreement, stipulation.

~Conventional~, _a._ ~1.~ Stipulated, agreed on, bargained for.

~2.~ Usual, customary, common, habitual, wonted, accustomed, ordinary,
regular, every-day.

~Conventual~, _a._ Monastic.

~Conventual~, _n._ Monk, nun.

~Converge~, _v. n._ Tend to the same point.

~Convergent~, _a._ Converging.

~Convergence~, _n._ Tendency to one point.

~Converging~, _a._ Convergent.

~Conversable~, _a._ Sociable, social, communicative, affable, free,
unreserved, open.

~Conversant with~, _n._ Acquainted with, versed in, skilled in,
proficient in.

~Conversation~, _n._ Converse, talk, colloquy, parley, conference,
dialogue, chat, CONFABULATION, familiar discourse.

~Conversational~, _a._ Colloquial.

~Conversative~, _a._ Talkative, inclined to conversation.

~Converse~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Commune, hold intercourse.

~2.~ Talk, chat, CONFABULATE, discourse familiarly, hold a conversation.

~Converse~, _n._ 1~.~ Communion, intercourse, commerce.

~2.~ Talk, colloquy, conversation.

~3.~ Reverse, opposite.

~Conversely~, _ad._ Reciprocally.

~Conversion~, _n._ ~1.~ Transmutation, transformation, change.

~2.~ Interchange, transposition.

~Convert~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Transmute, transform, change.

~2.~ Interchange, transpose.

~3.~ Appropriate, apply.

~Convertible~, _a._ Interchangeable.

~Convex~, _a._ Gibbous, protuberant, rounding (_outwardly_).

~Convex lens~, Burning-glass.

~Convey~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Carry, bear, bring, transmit, transport, WAFT,
FETCH.

~2.~ Transfer, alienate, abalienate, consign, demise, devolve, cede,
grant, devise, deliver over, make over.

~Conveyance~, _n._ ~1.~ Transfer, demise, alienation, cession,
transferrence.

~2.~ Carriage, vehicle.

~Convict~, _v. a._ Prove guilty, detect in guilt.

~Convict~, _n._ Malefactor, criminal, felon, culprit.

~Conviction~, _n._ ~1.~ Proof of guilt, detection in guilt.

~2.~ Confutation, refutation.

~3.~ Persuasion, sentiment, judgment, consciousness.

~Convince~, _v. a._ Satisfy (_by proof or evidence_), persuade.

~Convivial~, _a._ Festal, festive, social, jovial, jolly, gay.

~Conviviality~, _n._ Festivity, joviality, jollity, gayety, merry-
making.

~Convocation~, _n._ Meeting, assembly, convention, congress, diet,
synod, council.

~Convoke~, _v. a._ Convene, assemble, summon, muster, call together,
bring together.

~Convolute~, _a._ (_Bot._) Rolled together.

~Convolution~, _n._ ~1.~ Rolling together.

~2.~ Coil, fold, BIGHT.

~Convoy~, _v. a._ Accompany (_for protection_), escort, attend, keep
company with, go along with.

~Convoy~, _n._ Attendance (_for the purpose of protection_), escort.

~Convulse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Throw into spasms.

~2.~ Agitate, shake, disturb.

~Convulsion~, _n._ ~1.~ Spasm, cramp.

~2.~ Agitation, disturbance, tumult, commotion.

~Cook~, _v. a._ Prepare (_food_) by heat.

~Cool~, _a._ ~1.~ Somewhat cold, a little cold, moderately cold, not
warm.

~2.~ Unimpassioned, dispassionate, collected, composed, self-
possessed, calm, unruffled, undisturbed, sedate, unexcited, placid,
quiet, staid.

~3.~ Indifferent, unconcerned, lukewarm, cold-blooded.

~4.~ Impudent, shameless.

~Cool~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Refrigerate, chill, make cool, reduce the heat of.

~2.~ Allay, calm, quiet, temper, attemper, moderate, abate, damp.

~Cool~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Grow cool, lose heat.

~2.~ Grow calm, lose ardor, be less zealous.

~Coop~, _n._ Pen (_for poultry_).

~Coop~, _v. a._ Confine, cage, incage, imprison, shut up.

~Co-operate~, _v. n._ Conspire, conduce, contribute, concur, unite,
work together, join forces, act jointly.

~Co-operation~, _n._ Concurrence, concert, joint operation, pulling
together.

~Co-operator~, _n._ Coadjutor, assistant, helper, aider, auxiliary,
ally, abettor, joint operator.

~Co-ordinate~, _a._ Equal, co-equal, of the same rank.

~Coot~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Simpleton, dunce.

~Copartner~, _n._ Sharer, partaker, partner, associate.

~Copartnership~, _n._ ~1.~ Association, fraternity, partnership, joint
stock.

~2.~ Firm, house, establishment, concern, company, joint concern.

~Cope with~, Encounter, engage with, contend with, compete with,
struggle with, strive with.

~Copier~, _n._ Transcriber, copyist.

~Copious~, _a._ Abundant, plentiful, plenteous, ample, profuse, rich,
full, exuberant, overflowing.

~Copiousness~, _n._ Abundance, exuberance, plenty, profusion, richness.

~Copper~, _n._ Cent, ten mills, the 100th part of a dollar.

~Copperas~, _n._ Green vitriol, sulphate of iron (_crystallized_).

~Copse~, _n._ Grove (_of small trees or shrubs_), thicket.

~Copulation~, _n._ Coition.

~Copulative~, _a._ Uniting, connecting.

~Copy~, _n._ ~1.~ Transcript.

~2.~ Fac-simile, duplicate.

~3.~ Original, model, pattern, archetype.

~4.~ Manuscript (_to be printed_).

~Copy~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Transcribe, make a transcript of, make a copy of.

~2.~ Imitate, follow as a pattern, pattern after.

~Copyist~, _n._ ~1.~ Transcriber, copier.

~2.~ Imitator.

~Coquet~, _v. n._ Flirt, philander, make love, make a show of love,
affect to be in love, play at courtship.

~Coquetry~, _n._ Flirtation, affectation of love.

~Coquette~, _n._ Flirt, jilt.

~Coquimbite~, _n._ White copperas.

~Coranach~, _n._ [Written also _Coronach_.] Dirge, funeral song.

~Cord~, _n._ String, line, small rope.

~Cordate~, _a._ Cordiform, heart-shaped.

~Cordial~, _a._ ~1.~ Hearty, warm, ardent, affectionate, earnest,
sincere, heartfelt.

~2.~ Grateful, pleasant, refreshing, invigorating, restorative.

~Cordial~, _n._ ~1.~ Stomachic, stomachal, stimulating medicine.

~2.~ Liqueur, aromatized spirit.

~Cordiality~, _n._ Heartiness, sincerity, ardor of affection, warmth
of feeling, affectionate regard.

~Cordiform~, _a._ Cordate, heart-shaped.

~Core~, _n._ Heart, inner part.

~Coriaceous~, _a._ Leathery, tough.

~Cork~, _n._ ~1.~ Bark of the _Quercus suber_, or cork-tree.

~2.~ Stopple or stopper (_made of cork_).

~Corn~, _n._ ~1.~ Cereal grain.

~2.~ Maize, Indian corn.

~3.~ Horny excrescence.

~Corn~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Salt moderately, sprinkle with salt.

~2.~ Intoxicate, fuddle, muddle, inebriate, make drunk, make tipsy.

~Corn-crake~, _n._ Daker-hen, land-rail, (_Crex pratensis_).

~Corneous~, _a._ Horny.

~Corner~, _n._ ~1.~ Angle, bend, elbow, crotch, knee, cusp.

~2.~ Nook, recess, niche, retired place, secret place.

~3.~ Part, quarter.

~Corner~, _v. a._ [_Colloquial U. S._] ~1.~ Drive into a corner.

~2.~ Nonplus, pose, confound, confuse, puzzle, perplex, put to a stand.

~Corner-wise~, _ad._ Diagonally.

~Cornucopia~, _n._ [L. _pl. Cornucopiæ_.] Horn of plenty.

~Corollary~, _n._ Inference, conclusion, consequence, deduction.

~Coronach~, _n._ [Written also _Coranach_.] Dirge, funeral song.

~Coronal~, _n._ Crown, garland, wreath, chaplet, laurel, bays.

~Coronation~, _n._ Crowning.

~Corosso nut.~ Ivory-nut.

~Corporal~, _a._ ~1.~ Bodily.

~2.~ Material, physical, corporeal, not spiritual.

~Corporate~, _a._ Incorporated.

~Corporation~, _n._ Incorporated body.

~Corporeal~, _a._ Material, physical, corporal, not spiritual.

~Corps~, _n._ [Fr.] Body of troops, division of an army.

~Corpse~, _n._ CORSE, remains, CARCASS, dead body (_of a human being_).

~Corpulence~, _n._ Obesity, fleshiness, fatness, plumpness, EMBONPOINT

~Corpulency~, _n._ Obesity, fleshiness, fatness, plumpness, EMBONPOINT.

~Corpulent~, _a._ Fleshy, fat, stout, portly, plump, pursy, obese,
round.

~Corpuscle~, _n._ Atom, particle, molecule, mite, monad, scrap, bit,
grain, jot, iota, tittle, whit, ace, scintilla.

~Corpuscular~, _a._ Molecular.

~Correct~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Rectify, amend, mend, reform, redress,
reclaim, make right, set right.

~2.~ Punish, castigate, chastise, discipline.

~3.~ Change the quality of (_by something of an opposite character_).

~Correct~, _a._ Faultless, exact, precise, accurate, right, true,
proper, free from error, not faulty.

~Correction~, _n._ ~1.~ Amendment, improvement, redress.

~2.~ Chastisement, punishment, discipline, castigation.

~3.~ Change (_in quality, by something opposite_), modification.

~Correctness~, _n._ Accuracy, exactness, nicety, precision, truth,
propriety, faultlessness.

~Correlate~, _n._ Correlative.

~Correlative~, _a._ Reciprocal.

~Correlative~, _n._ Correlate.

~Correspond~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Agree, suit, fit, answer, accord,
harmonize, tally, square, quadrate, comport, cohere, be accordant.

~2.~ Communicate (_by letter_).

~Correspondence~, _n._ ~1.~ Coincidence, concurrence, congruity,
fitting relation, reciprocal adaptation.

~2.~ Intercourse or communication by letters.

~3.~ Letters.

~Correspondent~, _a._ Adapted, suited, suiting, fitted, suitable,
fitting, agreeable, conformable, answerable, corresponding, answering.

~Corresponding~, _a._ Answering, CORRESPONDENT.

~Corridor~, _n._ Gallery, passage.

~Corroborate~, _v. a._ Strengthen, confirm, establish, sustain, support.

~Corroboration~, _n._ Confirmation.

~Corroborative~, _a._ Confirmatory, corroborating.

~Corrode~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Erode, canker, eat away.

~2.~ Consume, waste, wear away, prey upon.

~Corroding~, _a._ Caustic, catheretic, CORROSIVE.

~Corrosion~, _n._ ~1.~ Erosion, eating away. ~ 2.~ Wasting, wearing
away.

~Corrosive~, _a._ Corroding, consuming, eroding, erosive, catheretic,
caustic, acrid, virulent, eating away.

~Corrosive sublimate~, Bi-chloride of mercury.

~Corrosiveness~, _n._ Causticity, acridness, virulence, acrimony.

~Corrugate~, _v. a._ Wrinkle, cockle, pucker, contract into wrinkles.

~Corrugation~, _n._ Wrinkle, fold, plait.

~Corrupt~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Putrefy, render putrid.

~2.~ Contaminate, taint, defile, pollute, infect, vitiate, spoil,
adulterate, sophisticate, debase.

~3.~ Deprave, demoralize.

~Corrupt~, _a._ ~1.~ Corrupted, infected, spoiled, tainted, vitiated,
putrid, contaminated, unsound.

~2.~ Depraved, wicked, vicious, dissolute, profligate, reprobate,
abandoned.

~Corruption~, _n._ ~1.~ Putrefaction, putrescence.

~2.~ Defilement, contamination, pollution, infection, vitiation,
adulteration, debasement.

~3.~ Depravity, depravation, wickedness, demoralization, immorality,
laxity, looseness of morals, want of principle.

~Corsair~, _n._ Pirate, buccaneer, picaroon, sea-rover, sea-robber.

~Corse~, _n._ [_Poetical._] Corpse, remains, dead body (_of a human
being_).

~Corset~, _n._ Bodice, stays.

~Cortège~, _n._ [Fr.] Train.

~Coruscate~, _v. n._ Shine, glisten, glitter, gleam, sparkle, twinkle,
flash, scintillate.

~Coruscation~, _n._ Flash, sparkle, glitter, gleam, scintillation.

~Corvette~, _n._ [Fr.] Sloop of war.

~Corypheus~, _n._ [L.] Leader, chief, guide, director.

~Cosey~, _a._ [Written also _Cozy_.] ~1.~ Snug, comfortable, easy.

~2.~ [_Eng._] Chatty, talkative, social.

~Cosmopolite~, _n._ Citizen of the world.

~Cosmos~, _n._ Universe.

~Cosset~, _n._ Pet lamb.

~Cosset~, _v. a._ Fondle, caress, pet, coddle, make a pet of, make
much of.

~Cost~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Be had for, be exchanged for, be bought for.

~2.~ Require to be suffered.

~Cost~, _n._ ~1.~ Expense, charge, price.

~2.~ Loss, detriment, damage, pain, suffering.

~Costate~, _a._ Ribbed.

~Costated~, _a._ Ribbed.

~Costive~, _a._ Constipated.

~Costiveness~, _n._ Constipation.

~Costly~, _a._ Expensive, dear, high-priced, of great price.

~Costume~, _n._ Style of dress.

~Cot~, _n._ ~1.~ Hut, COTTAGE.

~2.~ Low bedstead.

~Coterie~, _n._ Club, association, society, CLIQUE, brotherhood,
circle, set (_especially an exclusive one_).

~Cottage~, _n._ Cot, lodge, hut, CASINO, small house.

~Cottager~, _n._ Cotter.

~Cotter~, _n._ Cottager.

~Cotton~, _n._ Cotton-wool.

~Cotton~, _v. n._ [_Cant word._] Harmonize, fraternize, HITCH HORSES
TOGETHER.

~Cotton-wood~, _n._ Canadian poplar (_Populus monilifera_).

~Cotton-wool~, _n._ Cotton.

~Couch~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Lie, recline, lie down.

~2.~ Crouch, squat, lie flat.

~3.~ Stoop, bend down.

~Couch~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Express, utter, set forth, clothe in words.

~2.~ Conceal, hide, cover up.

~3.~ Lay (_a spear_) in rest, put in posture of attack.

~4.~ Depress or remove (_a cataract_).

~Couch~, _n._ ~1.~ Bed, place for rest.

~2.~ Sofa, seat to recline on.

~Couchant~, _a._ Squatting, lying down.

~Couch-grass~, _n._ Knot-grass, dog's-grass, wheat-grass, witch-grass,
dog-wheat, twitch-grass (_Triticum repens_).

~Cougar~, _n._ Puma, panther, catamount, North American tiger (_Felis
concolor or Puma concolor_).

~Couleur de rose~, [Fr.] ~1.~ Rose color.

~2.~ Fair appearance, attractive light, flattering aspect.

~Coulter-neb~, _n._ Puffin, Labrador auk, (_Alca arctica_ or
_Fratercula arctica_).

~Council~, _n._ ~1.~ Cabinet, ministry, body of advisers.

~2.~ Assembly (_for consultation_), meeting, congress, diet, synod,
convocation, convention.

~Councillor~, _n._ [Written also _Councilor_.] Council-man, member of
a council.

~Council-chamber~, _n._ Divan, audience-chamber, state-chamber.

~Counsel~, _n._ ~1.~ Consultation, interchange of opinion.

~2.~ Advice, opinion, suggestion, recommendation, instruction,
admonition, caution.

~3.~ Deliberation, forethought.

~4.~ Design, plan, scheme, purpose.

~5.~ Counsellor, lawyer, attorney, barrister, SOLICITOR, advocate.

~Counsel~, _v. a._ Advise, admonish, give advice to.

~Counsellor~, _n._ [Written also _Counselor_.] ~1.~ Adviser.

~2.~ Lawyer, attorney, barrister, SOLICITOR, counsel, advocate.

~Count~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Enumerate, number.

~2.~ Calculate, reckon, compute, estimate, cast, cast up.

~3.~ Consider, esteem, regard, deem, hold, judge, think, account, look
upon.

~Count~, _v. n._ Add to the number, swell the number.

~Count on~, Depend on, depend upon, rely on, rely upon, count upon.

~Count~, _n._ ~1.~ Reckoning. ~ 2.~ (_Law._) Particular clause or
charge.

~Countenance~, _n._ ~1.~ Aspect, look, mien, expression of the face.

~2.~ Favor, encouragement, patronage, support, aid, assistance,
sanction, approbation, approval.

~Countenance~, _v. a._ Approve, sanction, support, aid, abet, assist,
favor, encourage, patronize, befriend, stand by, side with, take the
side of.

~Counter~, _n._ Reckoner, calculator.

~Counter~, _ad._ Contrary, contrariwise.

~Counteract~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Oppose, contravene, resist, cross, thwart,
hinder, check, defeat, frustrate, run counter to, act against, clash
with.

~2.~ Neutralize, destroy the effect of.

~Counteraction~, _n._ Opposition, contravention, resistance,
frustration.

~Counteractive~, _n._ Corrective, antidote, cure, specific, remedy,
restorative, medicine, help.

~Counterbalance~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Counterpoise, balance.

~2.~ Countervail, compensate, set off, make up for.

~Counter-current~, _n._ Eddy.

~Counterfeit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Forge, make a spurious copy of, imitate
wrongfully.

~2.~ Feign, simulate, sham, put on the appearance of.

~Counterfeit~, _a._ ~1.~ Forged, spurious, supposititious, fraudulent.

~2.~ Feigned, false, simulated, sham, mock, clap-trap, spurious, put
on, make-believe.

~Counterfeit~, _n._ Forgery, fraudulent copy.

~Counterfeiter~, _n._ ~1.~ Forger, falsifier.

~2.~ Pretender, feigner.

~Counter-jumper~, _n._ [_In contempt._] Shopman, shop-keeper.

~Countermand~, _v. a._ Revoke, rescind, recall, abrogate, make void.

~Countermarch~, _v. n._ March back, reverse the direction of a march.

~Counterpane~, _n._ Coverlet, coverlid.

~Counterpart~, _n._ ~1.~ Corresponding part.

~2.~ (_Law._) Duplicate, copy.

~3.~ Correlative, complement, supplement, reverse.

~4.~ Match, fellow, mate, tally, twin, the very image.

~Counterpoise~, _v. a._ Counter-balance, balance.

~Counterpoise~, _n._ Equal weight.

~Countersign~, _n._ Watch-word, password.

~Counter-tenor~, _n._ (_Mus._) Alto, counter.

~Countervail~, _v. a._ Balance, counterbalance, compensate, make up for.

~Countrified~, _a._ Rustic, rude, country.

~Country~, _n._ ~1.~ Region, land.

~2.~ Rural parts (_as distinguished from city_).

~Country~, _a._ ~1.~ Rustic, rural.

~2.~ Rude, rough, unrefined, uncultivated, countrified.

~Countryman~, _n._ ~1.~ Compatriot.

~2.~ Rustic, peasant, swain, farmer, husbandman, clown, hind, bumpkin,
boor, lout.

~Count upon~, COUNT ON.

~County~, _n._ Shire.

~Coup-de-grace~, _n._ [Fr.] Death-blow, decisive blow, finishing
stroke, mercy stroke.

~Coup-de-main~, _n._ [Fr.] Sudden attack, unexpected enterprise.

~Coup-d'état~, _n._ [Fr.] Master stroke of policy, stroke of
statesmanship.

~Coup-d'œil~, _n._ [Fr.] Glance, hasty view, slight view.

~Coup-de-soleil~, _n._ [Fr.] Sunstroke, SIRIASIS, insolation, stroke
of the sun.

~Couple~, _n._ ~1.~ Brace, pair, two (_of the same kind_).

~2.~ Man and wife.

~Couple~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Join, conjoin, connect, unite, pair, link
together.

~2.~ Marry, wed.

~Couple~, _v. n._ Unite, pair.

~Couplet~, _n._ Two verses (_that rhyme_), pair of rhymes.

~Coupon~, _n._ [Fr.] Interest certificate, interest warrant.

~Courage~, _n._ Fearlessness (_from reflection or a sense of duty_),
BRAVERY, valor, gallantry, prowess, intrepidity, heroism, boldness,
daring, spirit, resolution, fortitude, hardihood, pluck, SPUNK,
backbone.

~Courageous~, _a._ Fearless (_from reflection or a sense of duty_),
BRAVE, gallant, daring, valorous, chivalrous, valiant, bold, heroic,
intrepid, dauntless, resolute, hardy, stout, lion-hearted, with a bold
front, UP TO THE SCRATCH.

~Courier~, _n._ Messenger, express, runner.

~Course~, _n._ ~1.~ Race, career.

~2.~ Route, way, track, road.

~3.~ Direction, bearing, point of compass, line of progress.

~4.~ Round, beat.

~5.~ Progress, process.

~6.~ Regularity, order, succession, turn.

~7.~ Deportment, line of conduct, manner of proceeding.

~8.~ Series, system, methodical arrangement.

~9.~ Set of dishes (_at a banquet_).

~Course~, _v. a._ Pursue, hunt, chase, run after, give chase to.

~Course~, _v. n._ Run, move swiftly.

~Courser~, _n._ Racer, race-horse.

~Courses~, _n. pl._ Menses, catamenia, menstrual flux, menstrual
discharge.

~Court~, _n._ ~1.~ Royal household, princely retinue.

~2.~ Judicial tribunal, court of justice.

~3.~ Judge, body of judges.

~4.~ Court-yard.

~5.~ Recess from a street.

~Court~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Flatter, coddle, try to please, fawn upon, pay
court to.

~2.~ Woo, pay one's addresses to, make love to.

~3.~ Seek, solicit, strive to gain.

~Courteous~, _a._ Polite, civil, affable, urbane, complaisant,
gracious, courtly, ceremonious, debonair, respectful, obliging, well-
bred.

~Courteousness~, _n._ Politeness, COURTESY.

~Courtesan~, _n._ Prostitute, whore, harlot, strumpet, punk, wench,
drab, Cyprian, DEMIREP, night-walker, street-walker, lewd woman, woman
of the town, woman of ill-fame.

~Courtesy~, _n._ Politeness, courteousness, civility, urbanity,
complaisance, affability, good-breeding, elegance of manners.

~Courtesy~, _v. n._ Make a courtesy.

~Courtly~, _a._ Polished, elegant, polite, COURTEOUS.

~Courtship~, _n._ Wooing.

~Court-yard~, _n._ Court.

~Cousin-german~, _n._ First cousin.

~Cove~, _n._ Inlet, bight, small bay.

~Covenant~, _n._ Agreement, bargain, contract, compact, stipulation,
arrangement, treaty, convention, concordat, pact.

~Covenant~, _v. n._ Bargain, stipulate, agree; make a stipulation.

~Cover~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Overspread.

~2.~ Conceal, hide, secrete, cloak, veil, screen, shroud, mask,
disguise.

~3.~ Shield, shelter, protect, guard, defend.

~4.~ Clothe, invest, envelop, inwrap, wrap up.

~5.~ Put a covering on.

~6.~ Comprehend, embrace, include, comprise, contain, embody.

~7.~ Counterbalance, countervail, balance, compensate, make up for, be
equal to.

~Cover~, _n._ ~1.~ Covering, tegument, integument, capsule, case.

~2.~ Screen, veil, disguise, cloak.

~3.~ Shelter, protection, guard, defence, shield, safeguard.

~4.~ Plate, dish.

~Covercle~, _n._ Lid, small cover.

~Covering~, _n._ COVER, tegument, integument, capsule.

~Coverlet~, _n._ Counterpane.

~Coverlid~, _n._ Counterpane.

~Covert~, _n._ Shelter, refuge, asylum, harbor, sanctuary, retreat,
defence.

~Covert~, _a._ Hidden, concealed, secret, disguised, clandestine,
underhand, sly, insidious, stealthy.

~Covet~, _v. a._ Desire, long for, lust for, hanker after, aspire to.

~Covetous~, _a._ ~1.~ Greedy, eager, very desirous (_usually in a bad
sense, though sometimes in a good sense_), AVARICIOUS, parsimonious,
penurious, sordid, mean, mercenary, miserly, niggardly, stingy.

~Covetousness~, _n._ Avarice, parsimony, stinginess, penuriousness,
niggardliness, meanness, cupidity.

~Covey~, _n._ ~1.~ Brood.

~2.~ Flock.

~3.~ Set, company, party, bevy.

~Covin~, _n._ (_Law._) Collusion.

~Covinous~, _a._ (_Law._) Fraudulent, deceitful, dishonest, deceptive,
collusive.

~Cow~, _v. a._ Overawe, intimidate, frighten, daunt, subdue by fear.

~Coward~, _n._ Dastard, poltroon, craven, milksop.

~Cowardice~, _n._ Pusillanimity, poltroonery, timidity, fear,
cowardliness, the white feather.

~Cowardliness~, _n._ COWARDICE.

~Cowardly~, _a._ Pusillanimous, dastardly, craven, fearful, timorous,
timid, diffident, faint-hearted, chicken-hearted, white-livered,
showing the white Feather.

~Cower~, _v. n._ Crouch, cringe, fawn, stoop, squat, bend the knee.

~Cowl~, _n._ ~1.~ Monk's hood.

~2.~ Chimney-top.

~Cow-pox~, _n._ Kine-pox.

~Coxcomb~, _n._ Beau, fop, dandy, popinjay, exquisite, jackanapee,
PETIT-MAÎTRE, prig, man of dress; vain, showy fellow.

~Coxcombry~, _n._ Foppishness, vainglory, priggery.

~Coxcombical~, _a._ Foppish, conceited, vain, priggish, pretentious.

~Coxcomical~, _a._ Foppish, conceited, vain, priggish, pretentious.

~Coy~, _a._ Modest, diffident, shy, shrinking, timid, bashful,
reserved, distant, demure.

~Cozen~, _v. a._ Cheat, trick, defraud, deceive, swindle, chouse,
dupe, gull, diddle, overreach, circumvent, beguile, victimize, take
in, impose upon.

~Cozenage~, _n._ Fraud, deceit, artifice, trickery, deception,
imposition, imposture, duplicity, guile, double dealing.

~Cozy~, _a._ [Written also _Cosey_.] ~1.~ Snug, comfortable, easy.

~2.~ [_Eng._] Chatty, talkative, social, conversable.

~Crabbed~, _a._ ~1.~ Sour, tart, rough.

~2.~ Morose, surly, testy, touchy, cross, growling, snarling,
snappish, cantankerous, waspish, petulant, peevish, churlish, harsh,
acrimonious, caustic, captious, censorious, splenetic, out of sorts,
ill-tempered.

~3.~ Difficult, perplexing, trying, unmanageable, tough, intractable,
hard to deal with.

~Crabbedness~, _n._ ~1.~ Sourness, roughness, tartness.

~2.~ Asperity, acerbity, moroseness, sullenness, moodiness,
churlishness, harshness, ill-temper, bad blood.

~3.~ Difficulty, perplexity, intractability.

~Crab-grass~, _n._ Wire-grass, dog's-tail grass (_Eleusine Indica_).

~Crack~, _n._ ~1.~ Break, cleft, breach, chink, fissure, crevice,
cranny, opening.

~2.~ Report, clap, pop, burst, explosion.

~3.~ Snap (_of a whip_).

~Crack~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Break (_partially_), CRAZE.

~2.~ Split, chop, cleave, rend asunder.

~3.~ Snap (_as a whip_).

~Crack~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Break, split, burst, chap, open in chinks.

~2.~ Brag, bluster, vapor, vaunt, boast, gasconade, crow, exalt one's
self, magnify one's self, TALK BIG.

~Crack~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Excellent, first-rate, of the first
class, first-class.

~Crack-brained~, _a._ Crazy, cracked, insane, crazed.

~Cracked~, _a._ ~1.~ Broken, split.

~2.~ Crazed, crazy, crack-brained, with a bee in the head, insane.

~Cracker~, _n._ Hard biscuit.

~Crackle~, _v. n._ Decrepitate, crepitate, snap.

~Craft~, _n._ ~1.~ Skill, ability, talent, power, cleverness,
dexterity, tact, aptitude, aptness, expertness, readiness.

~2.~ Artifice, artfulness, shrewdness, subtlety, cunning.

~3.~ Art, trade, employment, business.

~Craftsman~, _n._ Artisan, mechanic, artificer, workman, hand,
operative, handicraftsman.

~Crafty~, _a._ Cunning, artful, deceitful, astute, sly, arch, subtle,
shrewd, wily, invidious, intriguing, tricky, crooked, diplomatic,
Machiavelian.

~Crag~, _n._ Bough, steep rock.

~Cragged~, _a._ CRAGGY.

~Craggy~, _a._ Cragged, rugged, rough, broken, uneven, scraggy.

~Cram~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Stuff, gorge, glut, fill full, fill to repletion.

~2.~ Crowd, press, compress.

~Cram~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Eat to satiety, eat greedily.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Study for examination.

~Cramp~, _n._ ~1.~ Spasm, crick, convulsion.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Check, restriction, restraint, obstruction.

~3.~ Cramp-iron.

~Cramp~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Affect with spasms.

~2.~ Restrain, obstruct, hinder, check, confine.

~3.~ Fasten with a cramp.

~Cramp-fish~, _n._ Torpedo, electric ray (_Torpedo vulgaris_).

~Cramp-iron~, _n._ Cramp.

~Cranberry~, _n._ Bog-berry.

~Crane-fly~, _n._ Father-long-legs, daddy-long-legs.

~Crane's-bill~, _n._ Geranium.

~Craniognomy~, _n._ Craniology, phrenology.

~Craniology~, _n._ Craniognomy, phrenology.

~Cranium~, _n._ Skull, brain-pan.

~Crank~, _a._ Easy to be overset.

~Crankle~, _v. n._ Crinkle, run in and out.

~Cranny~, _n._ Cleft, crack, fissure, chink, crevice, rift, gap,
break, broach, interstice, opening.

~Crapulous~, _a._ [_Rare._] Drunken, drunk, inebriated, intoxicated,
FUDDLED.

~Crassament~, _n._ CRASSAMENTUM.

~Crassamentum~, _n._ [L.] Clot (_of blood_), coagulation.

~Cratch~, _a._ Manger, crib.

~Cratch-cradle~, _n._ Cat's cradle, scratch-cradle.

~Crate~, _n._ Hamper.

~Cravat~, _n._ Neckcloth, neckerchief, necktie.

~Crave~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Entreat, beseech, beg, solicit, implore,
supplicate.

~2.~ Desire, long for, hanker after, wish for, yearn for.

~Craven~, _n._ Dastard, coward, poltroon, milksop.

~Craving~, _n._ Longing, itching, strong desire.

~Craw~, _n._ Crop, first stomach (_of a bird_).

~Crawfish~, _n._ Crayfish, river-lobster.

~Crawl~, _v. n._ Creep.

~Crayfish~, _n._ CRAWFISH.

~Crayon~, _n._ ~1.~ Pencil.

~2.~ Drawing made with a crayon.

~Craze~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make crazy, make insane.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Break, crack, crush, grind.

~Crazy~, _a._ ~1.~ Shattered, broken, tottering, rickety, worn out,
out of order.

~2.~ Insane, distracted, mad, lunatic, demented, delirious, crack-
brained, cracked, crazed, out of one's head, out of one's senses, out
of one's wits.

~Cream~, _n._ Choice part, best part.

~Cream-colored~, _a._ Pale yellow.

~Cream of tartar~, Bi-tartrate of potash (_purified_), acid tartrate
of potash.

~Create~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Originate.

~2.~ Produce, cause, occasion, be the occasion of.

~3.~ Make, appoint, constitute.

~Creation~, _n._ ~1.~ Invention, origination.

~2.~ Universe, cosmos.

~3.~ Appointment, constitution, nomination.

~Creator~, _n._ ~1.~ Originator, Maker.

~2.~ GOD, Jehovah, the Almighty.

~Creature~, _n._ ~1.~ Being (_animate or inanimate_), thing,
substance, body, created being.

~2.~ Animal, living being.

~3.~ Man, person.

~4.~ Dependant, retainer, vassal, parasite, minion, hanger-on.

~Credence~, _n._ Belief, credit, trust, faith, confidence, reliance.

~Credendum~, _n._ [L.] Article of faith, thing to be believed.

~Credentials~, _n. pl._ Testimonials, vouchers, certificates.

~Credibility~, _n._ Trustworthiness, credibleness.

~Credible~, _a._ Trustworthy, to be believed, worthy of belief, not
improbable.

~Credibleness~, _n._ Trustworthiness, credibility.

~Credit~, _n._ ~1.~ Belief, trust, faith, confidence, credence,
reliance.

~2.~ Reputableness, esteem, regard, good repute, good reputation, high
character.

~3.~ Influence (_of a good name_), power.

~4.~ Merit, honor, proof of desert.

~Credit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Believe, give faith to, put faith in, rely
upon, confide in, doubt not, make no doubt of, take upon credit.

~2.~ Place to the credit of, carry to the credit of one's account,
enter upon the credit side.

~Creditable~, _a._ Reputable, honorable, estimable.

~Credulity~, _n._ Easiness of belief, readiness to believe (_on slight
evidence_).

~Credulous~, _a._ Unsuspecting, unsuspicious, easy of belief, easily
duped.

~Creed~, _n._ Belief, tenets, dogmas, doctrines, system of opinions,
summary of belief.

~Creed-bound~, _a._ BIGOTED, wedded to an opinion.

~Creek~, _n._ ~1.~ Inlet, cove, bight, small bay.

~2.~ Rivulet, small river.

~Creep~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Crawl.

~2.~ Steal, glide stealthily, come unnoticed.

~3.~ Fawn, cringe, play the sycophant.

~Creeping~, _a._ ~1.~ Crawling.

~2.~ Fawning, sycophantic.

~3.~ (_Bot._) Growing on the ground or on supports.

~Cremation~, _n._ Burning (_especially of the dead_).

~Crenate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Notched, indented.

~Crenated~, _a._ (_Bot._) Notched, indented.

~Crepitate~, _v. n._ Crackle, snap, decrepitate.

~Crescent~, _n._ ~1.~ New moon, moon in her first quarter.

~2.~ Figure of the new moon.

~3.~ Turkish standard.

~4.~ Turkish power, Ottoman Empire.

~Crescent~, _a._ Growing, enlarging, increasing.

~Crescent-shaped~, _a._ (_Bot._) Lunate, lunated.

~Crest~, _n._ ~1.~ Tuft, plume, COMB.

~2.~ Top, crown, summit, highest part.

~Crested~, _a._ ~1.~ With a crest.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Cristate.

~Crestfallen~, _a._ Discouraged, disheartened, dispirited, depressed,
dejected, desponding, chap-fallen, melancholy, sad, down-hearted,
downcast, cast down, low-spirited, in low spirits.

~Cretaceous~, _a._ Chalky.

~Crevasse~, _n._ [Fr.] Crevice, gap, opening, ravine, gulley, GULCH.

~Crevice~, _n._ Fissure, chink, rift, gap, cleft, crack, cranny,
interstice.

~Crew~, _n._ Company, gang, band, set, horde, party.

~Crib~, _n._ ~1.~ Rack, manger, cratch, feeding-place.

~2.~ Bin, bunker.

~Crib~, _v. a._ Enclose (_as in a crib_), cage, encage, confine,
imprison, shut up.

~Crick~, _n._ Spasm, cramp, convulsion.

~Crime~, _n._ ~1.~ FELONY, aggravated misdemeanor, gross offence
(_especially against human law_), infraction of law.

~2.~ Sin, transgression, iniquity, wickedness, unrighteousness, wrong,
delinquency.

~Criminal~, _a._ ~1.~ Wrong, contrary to law.

~2.~ Culpable, guilty.

~Criminal~, _n._ Culprit, delinquent, offender, transgressor,
trespasser, malefactor, convict, felon.

~Criminal conversation~, [Abbreviated _crim. con._] Adultery.

~Criminality~, _n._ Guiltiness, guilt, culpability.

~Criminate~, _v. a._ Accuse, charge, arraign, impeach, allege to be
guilty.

~Crimination~, _n._ Accusation, impeachment, arraignment, charge.

~Crimp~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Curl, crisp.

~2.~ Plait, form into ridges.

~Crimp~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Decoyman (_for the military service_),
insnarer, trapanner.

~Cringe~, _v. n._ Crouch, fawn, truckle, sneak, stoop, bend the knee.

~Cringing~, _a._ Crouching, fawning, servile, sneaking, obsequious.

~Crinkle~, _v. n._ Crankle, run in and out.

~Cripple~, _n._ Lame person.

~Cripple~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lame, make lame.

~2.~ Disable, weaken, impair the strength of.

~Crisis~, _n._ ~1.~ Acme, height, decisive turn, turning point.

~2.~ Exigency, emergency, juncture, conjuncture, pass, strait, rub,
pinch, push, critical situation.

~Crisp~, _a._ ~1.~ Brittle, friable.

~Crispy~, _a._ ~1.~ Brittle, friable.

~2.~ Curled, frizzled.

~Crisp~, _v. a._ Twist, curl.

~Crispin~, _n._ Shoemaker.

~Cristate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Crested.

~Criterion~, _n._ Standard, test, touchstone, measure, rule.

~Critic~, _n._ ~1.~ Reviewer, censor, connoisseur, judge (_of artistic
merit_).

~2.~ Censurer, caviller, carper.

~Critical~, _a._ ~1.~ Exact, nice, accurate.

~2.~ Censorious, carping, cavilling, captious.

~Criticise~, _v. a._ Examine and estimate (_as works of art or of
literature_), remark upon (_with reference to merits and defects_),
pass judgment upon.

~Criticism~, _n._ ~1.~ Art of criticising.

~2.~ Critique, strictures, animadversion, review, critical remarks.

~Critique~, _n._ Criticism, review, critical examination, critical
remarks, critical notice.

~Croak~, _v. n._ Murmur, complain, grumble, repine.

~Croaker~, _n._ Murmurer, complainer, grumbler, censurer, fault-finder.

~Crock~, _n._ Soot.

~Crock~, _v. a._ Blacken (_with soot_), soil.

~Crockery~,_ n._ Earthen-ware.

~Crocodile tears~, Affected tears, hypocritical sorrow.

~Crone~, _n._ Old woman (_in contempt_).

~Crony~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Associate, intimate friend, bosom
friend, bosom companion.

~Crook~, _n._ Bend, flexure, curvature, turn.

~Crook~, _v. a._ Bend, curve, incurvate, bow, inflect, make crooked.

~Crooked~, _a._ ~1.~ Bent, curved, bowed, winding, not straight.

~2.~ Distorted, twisted, wry, awry, askew, deformed, disfigured.

~3.~ Perverse, froward, dishonest, unfair, dishonorable, knavish,
unscrupulous, deceitful, tricky, insidious, crafty, intriguing,
diplomatic, Machiavelian.

~Croon~, _v. a._ Hum, sing softly, sing in a low tone.

~Croon~, _n._ ~1.~ Murmur, moan.

~2.~ Simple melody.

~Crop~, _n._ ~1.~ Harvest.

~2.~ Craw, first stomach (_of a bird_).

~Crop~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lop, clip, cut off.

~2.~ Gather, pluck, pick.

~3.~ Browse, nibble, feed upon.

~Crosier~, _n._ Pastoral staff.

~Cross~, _n._ ~1.~ Gibbet (_made of pieces of wood placed
transversely_).

~2.~ [With _The_ prefixed.] Gospel, Christian doctrine, Christian
religion, divine revelation.

~3.~ Trial, vexation, trouble, affliction, misfortune.

~4.~ Intermixture (_of blood in races_).

~Cross~, _a._ ~1.~ Transverse, lying athwart.

~2.~ Fretful, peevish, petulant, pettish, snappish, waspish, touchy,
testy, crusty, churlish, crabbed, captious, ill-natured, froward,
morose, sulky, sullen, spleeny, surly, cynical, snarling, sour,
GROUTY, ill-tempered, out of humor, out of temper.

~Cross~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put across, put athwart.

~2.~ Mark with a line or lines across.

~3.~ Traverse, pass over, go over.

~4.~ Thwart, hinder, obstruct, interfere with.

~Cross-barred~, _a._ Cancellated.

~Crosses~, _n. pl._ Vexations, misfortunes, troubles, trials,
afflictions.

~Cross-examine~, _v. a._ Cross-question.

~Cross-grained~, _a._ Stubborn, obdurate, untractable, perverse,
wayward, headstrong, refractory.

~Crossing~, _n._ Intersection.

~Cross-question~, _v. a._ Cross-examine.

~Crosswise~, _ad._ Across, transversely, over.

~Crotch~, _n._ Fork, angle, corner.

~Crotchet~, _n._ Whim, freak, quirk, vagary, whimsey, fancy, caprice,
maggot, WRINKLE.

~Crotchety~, _a._ Whimsical, fantastic, fantastical, odd, queer,
fanciful, capricious, humorsome, wayward, fitful, freakish.

~Crouch~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Couch, squat, lie flat, stoop low, lie close to
the ground.

~2.~ Cower, cringe, fawn, truckle.

~Croup~, _n._ ~1.~ Bump (_especially of a horse_), buttocks.

~2.~ (_Med._) Cynanche (_trachealis_).

~Crow~, _v. n._ Boast, brag, vaunt, bluster, swagger, vapor, triumph,
chuckle, exult.

~Crowd~, _n._ ~1.~ Throng, multitude, concourse, host.

~2.~ Babble, mob, populace, vulgar mass, lower classes, lower orders,
common people.

~Crowd~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fill by compression, fill to excess.

~2.~ Compress, cram, press, press together.

~3.~ Urge, dun.

~Crowd~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Swarm, flock together, be numerous, come thick.

~2.~ Press forward, make one's way.

~Crown~, _n._ ~1.~ Diadem.

~2.~ Royalty, kingly power, sovereignty.

~3.~ Coronet, coronal, garland, chaplet, wreath, laurel, bays.

~4.~ Dignity, honor, reward, recompense, honorary distinction.

~5.~ Top, summit, crest.

~Crown~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put a crown upon, invest with a crown.

~2.~ Adorn, dignify, honor.

~3.~ Recompense, reward, requite.

~4.~ Perfect, complete, finish, consummate.

~Crowning~, _n._ ~1.~ Coronation.

~2.~ Perfecting, finishing, consummation.

~Crown-law~, _n._ [_England._] Criminal law.

~Crown-post~, _n._ King-post.

~Crown-wheel~, _n._ Contrate-wheel.

~Crucial~, _a._ ~1.~ Transverse, intersecting.

~2.~ Severe, searching, trying, decisive.

~Cruciate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Cruciform, cross-shaped.

~Cruciform~, _a._ Cross-shaped, CRUCIATE.

~Crucify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put to death upon the cross.

~2.~ Subdue (_as the passions, by Christian principles_), overcome,
mortify.

~Crude~, _a._ ~1.~ Raw, uncooked, undressed, in a raw state.

~2.~ Immature, unripe, harsh.

~3.~ Coarse, unrefined.

~4.~ Unpremeditated, indigested.

~Crudeness~, _n._ Rawness, crudity.

~Crudity~, _n._ Rawness, crudeness.

~Cruel~, _a._ ~1.~ Unmerciful, inhuman, merciless, unfeeling,
uncompassionate, fell, ruthless, barbarous, pitiless, relentless,
unrelenting, inexorable, savage, ferocious, brutal, sanguinary,
truculent, blood-thirsty, hard-hearted.

~2.~ Severe, hard, sharp, bitter.

~Cruelty~, _n._ Inhumanity, barbarity, brutality, brutishness,
ferocity, savageness truculence, blood-thirstiness.

~Cruet~, _n._ Vial, cruse, caster.

~Cruise~, _v. n._ Rove over the sea.

~Cruise~, _n._ Roving voyage.

~Crumble~, _v. a._ Crush, break to pieces, disintegrate, reduce to
fragments.

~Crumble~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Fall to pieces, break into pieces, become
disintegrated.

~2.~ Perish, fall into decay.

~Crumple~, _v. a._ Wrinkle, rumple.

~Crusader~, _n._ Palmer, pilgrim.

~Cruse~, _n._ Vial, cruet, caster.

~Crush~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Compress, squeeze, bruise, contuse.

~2.~ Break, crumble, disintegrate, comminute, bray, CRAZE.

~3.~ Demolish, break down.

~4.~ Overpower, overcome, overwhelm, subdue, quell, conquer.

~Crust~, _n._ Incrustation, hard coating.

~Crustacea~, _n. pl._ CRUSTACEANS.

~Crustaceans~, _n. pl._ Shell-fish (_with thin, jointed shells, like
the lobster_).

~Crustacean~, _a._ Crustaceous.

~Crustaceous~, _a._ Crustacean.

~Crusty~, _a._ Touchy, testy, pettish, waspish, snappish, peevish,
fretful, petulant, cross, churlish, crabbed, froward, surly, morose,
cynical, snarling, ill-tempered.

~Cry~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Exclaim, clamor, call, make an outcry, cry out.

~2.~ Weep, sob, shed tears.

~3.~ Vociferate, shout, hoot, yell, roar, bawl, squall, scream.

~Cry~, _v. a._ Proclaim, publish, make public, make proclamation of.

~Cry~, _n._ ~1.~ Exclamation, ejaculation, outcry, acclamation.

~2.~ Plaint, lament, lamentation, crying, weeping.

~3.~ Scream, screech, howl, yell, roar.

~4.~ Pack of hounds.

~Cry down~, Decry, depreciate, condemn.

~Crying~, _n._ Weeping, lamentation.

~Crying~, _a._ ~1.~ Weeping, lamenting.

~2.~ Notorious, great, enormous, heinous, flagrant, nefarious.

~Cry out~, Exclaim, clamor.

~Cry out against~, Blame, censure, condemn, complain of.

~Crypt~, _n._ Vault, tomb, catacomb.

~Cry up~, Extol, commend, praise.

~Cub~, _n._ ~1.~ Whelp, young beast (_especially a young bear_).

~2.~ [_In contempt._] Child, young boy or young girl.

~Cubeb~, _n._ Java pepper (_Piper cubeba_).

~Cucking-stool~, _n._ Castigatory, trebuchet, tumbrel, ducking-stool.

~Cuckoo-bud~, _n._ Butter-cup, king's-cup, butter-flower, gold-cup
(_Ranunculus bulbosa_).

~Cuckoo-spittle~, _n._ Froth-spit.

~Cucullate~, _a._ ~1.~ Hooded, cowled.

~2.~ Hood-shaped.

~Cucullated~, _a._ ~1.~ Hooded, cowled.

~2.~ Hood-shaped.

~Cud~, _n._ [_Low._] Quid.

~Cudden~, _n._ ~1.~ Clown, stupid rustic.

~2.~ Coal-fish, cuddy (_Gadus carbonarius_ or _Merlangus carbonarius_).

~Cuddle~, _v. n._ Snuggle, nestle, squat, lie close, lie snug.

~Cuddle~, _v. a._ Hug, embrace.

~Cuddy~, _n._ ~1.~ Cabin (_in the fore-part of a boat_).

~2.~ CUDDEN, coal-fish.

~Cudgel~, _n._ Club, bludgeon.

~Cudgel~, _v. a._ Cane, drub, thrash, baste, beat with a cudgel.

~Cudgelling~, _n._ Flogging, whipping, beating, BASTINADO.

~Cudweed~, _n._ Everlasting, goldylocks, IMMORTELLE.

~Cue~, _n._ ~1.~ Hint, suggestion, intimation, catchword, wink, nod.

~2.~ Rod (_in billiards_).

~Cuff~, _n._ Blow, stroke, box.

~Cuff~, _v. a._ Beat, strike, buffet, box.

~Cui bono~, [L.] For whose benefit, of what use.

~Cuirass~, _n._ Breastplate.

~Cul-de-sac~, _n._ [Fr.] Blind alley.

~Cull~, _v. a._ Select, elect, choose, pick, single out, fix upon,
pitch upon, pick out.

~Cully~, _n._ Dupe, gull, cat's paw, credulous person.

~Cully~, _v. a._ Cheat, trick, dupe, gull, chouse, deceive, delude,
overreach, cozen, diddle, circumvent, beguile, impose upon.

~Culm~, n. ~1.~ Stalk (_of corn, grasses, &c._), stem.

~2.~ Glance-coal, blind-coal, hard-coal, anthracite (_in small
particles_).

~Culminate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be on the meridian.

~2.~ Reach the highest point, be at the highest point.

~Culpability~, _n._ Guiltiness, guilt, culpableness, blame,
sinfulness, criminality.

~Culpable~, _a._ Blamable, censurable, reprehensible, faulty,
blameworthy.

~Culpableness~, _n._ Guiltiness, CULPABILITY.

~Culprit~, _n._ Criminal, malefactor, delinquent, felon.

~Cult~, _n._ Homage, worship.

~Cultivate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Till, raise crops from.

~2.~ Study, investigate, search into.

~3.~ Improve, refine, elevate, civilize, meliorate, make better.

~4.~ Foster, cherish, promote.

~Cultivation~, _n._ ~1.~ Tillage, agriculture, husbandry.

~2.~ Improvement, refinement, culture.

~Culture~, _n._ ~1.~ Agriculture, tillage.

~2.~ Improvement, refinement, cultivation, civilization.

~Cumber~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Overload, oppress, clog, hamper, obstruct,
encumber.

~2.~ Distract, trouble, embarrass, perplex, plague, harass, worry,
torment.

~Cumbersome~, _a._ ~1.~ Burdensome, embarrassing, troublesome,
vexatious, cumbrous.

~2.~ Unwieldy, unmanageable, clumsy, awkward, inconvenient.

~Cumbrous~, _a._ Burdensome, CUMBERSOME.

~Cuneate~, _a._ Cuneiform, wedge-shaped

~Cuneated~, _a._ Cuneiform, wedge-shaped

~Cuneiform~, _a._ Cuneate, wedge-shaped.

~Cunner~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Conch_), Limpet (_Patella_).

~2.~ (_Ich._) Conner, burgall, CHOGSET, blue perch.

~Cunning~, _a._ Crafty, artful, sly, astute, subtle, wily, shrewd,
sharp, designing, intriguing, deceitful, TRICKY, crooked, diplomatic,
Machiavelian.

~Cunning~, _n._ Craft, art, shrewdness, artifice, deceit, duplicity,
subtlety, intrigue.

~Cup~, _n._ ~1.~ Chalice.

~2.~ Draught, potion, cupful.

~3.~ Lot, portion.

~4.~ Cupping-glass.

~Cupboard~, _n._ Buffet.

~Cupful~, _n._ Cup.

~Cupidity~, _n._ ~1.~ Longing, lust, strong desire.

~2.~ Avarice, covetousness, inordinate desire of wealth.

~Cupping-glass~, _n._ Cup.

~Cups~, _n. pl._ Orgies, revels, bacchanals, carousal, wassail,
compotation, drinking bout.

~Curative~, _a._ Remedial, sanatory.

~Curator~, _n._ Guardian, custodian, superintendent, keeper.

~Curb~, _n._ ~1.~ CHECK, restraint, hinderance, bridle.

~2.~ Curb-stone.

~Curb~, _v. a._ Check, restrain, control, bridle, put under restraint,
keep under.

~Curb-roof~, _n._ Mansard-roof, GAMBREL-ROOF.

~Curb-stone~, _n._ Curb.

~Curcuma paper~, Turmeric paper.

~Curd~, _n._ Caseine, coagulum of milk, coagulated milk.

~Curdle~, _v. a._ Coagulate, turn to curds.

~Curdy~, _a._ Coagulated.

~Cure~, _n._ ~1.~ Remedy, antidote, specific, restorative, reparative,
corrective, help.

~2.~ Healing, restoration.

~Cure~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Remedy, heal.

~2.~ Restore to health.

~3.~ Preserve (_from putrefaction_).

~Curiosity~, _n._ ~1.~ Inquisitiveness.

~2.~ Phenomenon, wonder, marvel, rarity, sight, spectacle.

~Curious~, _a._ ~1.~ Inquisitive, scrutinizing, prying, peering.

~2.~ Rare, singular, strange, unusual, unique, extraordinary, queer,
out of the way.

~3.~ Elegant, neat, nice, finished.

~Curl~, _n._ ~1.~ Ringlet.

~2.~ Sinuosity, undulation, flexure, wave.

~Curl~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Crisp, turn in ringlets.

~2.~ Writhe, wind, twist.

~3.~ Raise in waves.

~Curl~, _v. n._ Be bent into curls or waves.

~Curl cloud~, (_Meteor._) Cirrus, cat's tail, mare's tail.

~Curmudgeon~, _n._ Miser, niggard, churl, hunks, skinflint, scrimp,
lickpenny, screw, mean fellow, sordid wretch.

~Currency~, _n._ ~1.~ Publicity, general reception.

~2.~ Circulation, transmission from hand to hand.

~3.~ Money; aggregate of coin, bills and notes; circulating medium.

~Current~, _a._ ~1.~ Common, general, popular, rife, generally
received, in every one's mouth.

~2.~ Circulating (_as money_), passing from hand to hand.

~3.~ Present, existing, instant, now passing.

~Current~, _n._ ~1.~ Stream, moving fluid.

~2.~ Tide, running water.

~3.~ Course, progression.

~Curriculum~, _n._ Course of studies.

~Curry~, _n._ Curry-powder.

~Curry-powder~, _n._ Curry.

~Curse~, _v. a._ Execrate, anathematize, denounce, invoke or imprecate
evil upon.

~Curse~, _v. n._ Utter curses.

~Curse~, _n._ ~1.~ Malediction, anathema, execration, imprecation,
fulmination, denunciation, ban.

~2.~ Scourge, plague, torment, affliction, trouble, vexation,
annoyance, bitter pill, thorn in the side.

~Cursed~, _a._ ~1.~ Accursed, unsanctified, unholy.

~2.~ Detestable, hateful, abominable, execrable, villanous, confounded.

~Cursory~, _a._ Hasty, slight, superficial, careless, desultory,
transient, passing, brief.

~Curt~, _a._ Short (_usually in an ill sense, implying crustiness_),
brief, concise, terse, laconic.

~Curtail~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Shorten, abridge, retrench, lop, cut short.

~2.~ Diminish, lessen, decrease.

~Curtailment~, _n._ Abbreviation, abridgment, contraction, shortening,
reduction, retrenchment.

~Curvature~, _n._ Bending, bend, flexure, crook, curvity, curve,
incurvation, ARCUATION.

~Curve~, _n._ Bend, flexure, CURVATURE.

~Curve~, _n. a._ Bend, crook, inflect.

~Curvet~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Leap, bound, vault.

~2.~ Caper, frisk.

~Curvet~, _n._ ~1.~ Leap, bound.

~2.~ Caper, frolic, prank.

~Curvity~, _n._ CURVATURE.

~Cushat~, _n._ Ring-dove, wood-pigeon (_Columba palumbus_).

~Cusk~, _n._ Torsk (_Brosmius vulgaris_).

~Cusp~, _n._ Point, angle, horn.

~Cuspidate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Pointed, acute, sharp, acuminate, acuminated.

~Cuspidated~, _a._ (_Bot._) Pointed, acute, sharp, acuminate,
acuminated.

~Custodian~, _n._ Guardian, keeper, curator, warden, superintendent.

~Custody~, _n._ Keeping, care, watch guardianship, protection,
safekeeping.

~Custom~, _n._ ~1.~ HABIT (_of a majority_), usage, fashion, practice,
rule.

~2.~ Form, formality, observance.

~3.~ Patronage.

~4.~ Tax, impost, duty, tribute, toll.

~Customary~, _a._ Usual, common, wonted, habitual, accustomed,
conventional, CONSUETUDINARY.

~Customer~, _n._ Purchaser, buyer.

~Cut~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Divide or sever (_by an edged tool_), chop, make
an incision in.

~2.~ Sculpture, carve, chisel.

~3.~ Cross, intersect.

~4.~ Wound, hurt, touch, move, pierce.

~5.~ [_Colloquial._] Slight (_by not recognizing_), avoid recognizing.

~Cut~, _n._ ~1.~ Gash, incision.

~2.~ Channel, passage.

~3.~ Slice, piece.

~4.~ Sarcasm, fling, taunt, cutting remark.

~5.~ Fashion, style, form, shape.

~6.~ Near path, short way.

~7.~ Engraving, engraved picture.

~Cut a dash~, Make a figure, make a great show, show off, cut a figure.

~Cut a figure~, CUT A DASH.

~Cut and dried~, Prepared beforehand, not spontaneous, got up for the
occasion.

~Cut capers~, Frolic, be merry, be frolicsome, play pranks, cut didos.

~Cut didos~, CUT CAPERS.

~Cutch~, _n._ Catechu, gambier, Japan earth, Terra Japanica.

~Cut down~, ~1.~ Fell.

~2.~ Diminish, lessen, curtail.

~Cuticle~, _n._ Epidermis, scarf-skin.

~Cutis~, _n._ (_Anat._) Derm, true skin.

~Cut out~, ~1.~ Shape, form, fashion.

~2.~ Outdo, excel, surpass, BEAT.

~3.~ Debar, hinder, prevent.

~Cutpurse~, _n._ Pickpocket, thief, robber.

~Cut short~, ~1.~ Bring to a sudden close, end abruptly.

~2.~ Check suddenly, hinder from proceeding.

~3.~ Abridge, diminish.

~Cut-throat~, _n._ Murderer, assassin, ruffian.

~Cutting~, _a._ ~1.~ Sharp, keen.

~2.~ Severe, sarcastic, satirical.

~Cycle~, _n._ Period, circle of time, revolution of time, round of
years.

~Cyclopædia~, _n._ Encyclopædia.

~Cyclopean~, _a._ Gigantic, colossal, vast, enormous, immense,
Herculean.

~Cygnet~, _n._ Young swan.

~Cymbiform~, _a._ Boat-shaped.

~Cynanche~, _n._ [Gr.] (_Med._) Inflammation of the throat.

~Cynical~, _a._ Carping, censorious, satirical, sarcastic, captious,
snarling, snappish, waspish, pettish, petulant, fretful, peevish,
touchy, testy, crusty, churlish, crabbed, cross, morose, froward,
surly, ill-tempered, ill-natured.

~Cynic~, _n._ ~1.~ Follower of Diogenes.

~2.~ Misanthrope, man-hater.

~Cynosure~, _n._ ~1.~ Lesser Bear, Ursa Minor.

~2.~ Point or centre of attraction.

~Cyprian~, _n._ Prostitute, courtesan, harlot, whore, drab, strumpet,
night-walker, lewd woman, woman of the town, woman of ill-fame.

~Cyst~, _n._ Pouch, sac.

~Czar~, _n._ Emperor of Russia.

~Czarina~, _n._ Empress of Russia.

~Czarowitz~, _n._ Czar's eldest son.



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~Dab~, _v. a._ Strike, slap.

~Dab~, _n._ ~1.~ Blow, stroke.

~2.~ Adept, expert, proficient, master-hand, capital hand, nice hand,
DABSTER, good hand.

~Dabble~, _v. a._ Wet, spatter, sprinkle, moisten.

~Dabble~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Play in water, splash about.

~2.~ Work superficially, make slight efforts, fritter away time.

~3.~ Tamper, meddle, take liberties.

~Dabbler~, _n._ Sciolist, quack.

~Dabchick~, _n._ Didapper, dobchick (_Podiceps minor_).

~Dabster~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Expert, adept, DAB.

~Dad~, _n._ [_Childish terms._] Father.

~Daddy~, _n._ [_Childish terms._] Father.

~Daddy-long-legs~, _n._ ~1.~ Father-long-legs, crane-fly.

~2.~ Shepherd-spider, harvest-man.

~Dado~, _n._ Die, cube of a pedestal.

~Dædalian~, _a._ Intricate, maze-like.

~Daffadilly~, _n._ Daffodil, narcissus.

~Daffadowndilly~, _n._ Daffodil, narcissus.

~Daffodil~, _n._ Narcissus, daffadilly, daffadowndilly.

~Daft~, _a._ ~1.~ [_Local Eng._] Stupid, silly, foolish.

~2.~ [_Scottish._] Playful, frolicsome, mirthful, merry, sportive.

~Dagger~, _n._ Poniard, dirk, stiletto.

~Daggle~, _v. a._ Draggle, bemire, befoul, soil, dirty.

~Daggle-tail~, _n._ Slattern, slut, draggle-tail, filthy person.

~Daily~, _a._ Diurnal, quotidian.

~Dainty~, _a._ ~1.~ Delicious, savory, nice, delicate, tender,
palatable, luscious, toothsome.

~2.~ Elegant, beautiful, neat, fine.

~3.~ Fastidious, squeamish, scrupulous, over-nice.

~Dainty~, _n._ Delicacy, tidbit, tit-bit, nice bit, choice morsel,
delicate morsel.

~Dale~, _n._ Vale, valley, bottom, dell, glen, dingle.

~Dalliance~, _n._ Caressing, fondling, endearments.

~Dally~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Trifle, dawdle, lose time, waste time, idle away
time, fritter away time.

~2.~ Fondle, toy, interchange caresses.

~Daltonism~, _n._ Color-blindness.

~Dam~, _n._ Mother (_of a beast_), female parent.

~Damage~, _n._ Injury, harm, hurt, detriment, mischief, loss.

~Damage~, _v. a._ Injure, impair, hurt, harm, mar.

~Damages~, _n. pl._ Indemnity, satisfaction, fine, forfeiture.

~Damask-plum~, _n._ Damson.

~Dame~, _n._ Mistress, matron, lady, madam.

~Damn~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Condemn, judge to be guilty.

~2.~ (_Theol._) Doom to perdition, doom to eternal punishment.

~3.~ Condemn, censure, express disapprobation of.

~Damnable~, _a._ Odious, detestable, execrable, hateful, abominable,
cursed, accursed.

~Damnatory~, _a._ Condemnatory.

~Damp~, _n._ Moisture, vapor, fog, dampness.

~Damp~, _a._ Moist, humid, dank, wet.

~Damp~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Moisten, dampen.

~2.~ Check, repress, restrain, moderate, allay, abate.

~3.~ Chill, deaden, depress, deject.

~Dampen~, _v. a._ Moisten, damp.

~Damper~, _n._ ~1.~ Check, hinderance, obstacle, impediment, lion in
the way.

~2.~ Discouragement, wet blanket, cold water.

~Dampness~, _n._ Moisture, damp.

~Damsel~, _n._ Maiden, maid, girl, lass, lassie, miss, young lady.

~Damson~, _n._ Damask-plum.

~Dance~, _v. n._ Frisk, caper, hop about.

~Dance~, _v. a._ Dandle, toss up and down.

~Dance attendance~, Stand and wait (_obsequiously_).

~Dander~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Corruption of_] DANDRUFF.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Anger, rage.

~Dandiprat~, _n._ Dwarf, little fellow.

~Dandle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dance, toss up and down.

~2.~ Fondle, caress, pet, amuse with trifles, play with.

~Dandruff~, _n._ Scurf on the head.

~Dandy~, _n._ Beau, fop, coxcomb, exquisite, popinjay, macaroni,
jackanapes, jack-a-dandy, man of dress, man milliner, vain fellow.

~Dandy-fever~, _n._ Dengue, break-bone fever.

~Dandyism~, _n._ Foppishness.

~Danger~, _n._ Peril, hazard, risk, jeopardy, venture.

~Dangerous~, _a._ Perilous, hazardous, unsafe, RISKY, full of risk.

~Dangle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Swing, hang loose.

~2.~ Fawn, hang about, be obsequious.

~Dank~, _a._ Moist, damp, humid, wet.

~Dapper~, _a._ ~1.~ Active, lively, brisk, agile, nimble, spry, smart,
quick, alert, ready.

~2.~ Spruce, nice, neat, trim, pretty.

~Dapple~, _a._ Variegated, spotted, dappled.

~Dapple~, _v. a._ Variegate, spot, diversify.

~Dare~, _v. n._ Venture, presume, have courage, be bold enough, not be
afraid.

~Dare~, _v. a._ Bravo, defy, challenge.

~Dare-devil~, _n._ Desperado, rash adventurer, desperate fellow.

~Daring~, _a._ Bold, adventurous, fearless, brave, intrepid, valorous,
valiant, courageous, gallant, chivalrous, doughty, heroic, undaunted,
dauntless.

~Daring~, _n._ Boldness, intrepidity, valor, bravery, courage.

~Dark~, _a._ ~1.~ Unilluminated, unenlightened, dusky, shadowy,
rayless, sunless, darksome, lurid, murky, cloudy, shady, overcast,
black, ebon, Cimmerian, not light, pitchy.

~2.~ Mysterious, obscure, incomprehensible, unintelligible,
enigmatical, mystic, mystical, recondite, occult, transcendental,
abstruse, cabalistic.

~3.~ Gloomy, disheartening, discouraging, cheerless, dismal.

~4.~ Untaught, ignorant, unlettered, rude.

~5.~ Wicked, atrocious, infamous, foul, vile, infernal.

~Dark~, _n._ ~1.~ Darkness, obscurity, want of light.

~2.~ Ignorance, blindness, want of knowledge.

~Darken~, _v. a._ Obscure, cloud, dim, shade, shadow, make dark, make
dim.

~Darken~, _v. n._ Grow dark.

~Darkling~, _a._ In the dark.

~Darkness~, _n._ ~1.~ Obscurity, dimness, dark, want of light.

~2.~ Ignorance, blindness, want of knowledge.

~3.~ Gloom, despondency, cheerlessness, joylessness.

~Darksome~, _a._ Obscure, gloomy, DARK.

~Darling~, _n._ Favorite, idol, pet, dear.

~Darling~, _a._ Favorite, beloved, dear, precious, much loved.

~Dart~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Hurl, throw, launch, jaculate, let fly.

~2.~ Emit, shoot, send off.

~Dart~, _v. n._ Rush, fly swiftly.

~Darter~, _n._ (_Ornith._) Snake-bird.

~Dartre~, _n._ [Fr.] Herpes, tetter.

~Dartrous~, _a._ Herpetic.

~Dash~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Strike violently.

~2.~ Throw forcibly.

~3.~ Adulterate, deteriorate (_by mixture_), alloy.

~4.~ Disappoint, frustrate, thwart, ruin, destroy, shatter, spoil.

~5.~ Surprise, confound, abash, put to shame.

~Dash~, _v. n._ Rush, dart, fly swiftly.

~Dash~, _n._ ~1.~ Stroke, blow.

~2.~ Rush, onset, sudden advance.

~3.~ Infusion, tinge, tincture, sprinkling, spice, touch, smack,
little, small quantity.

~4.~ Flourish, show, ostentatious display.

~Dash-board~, _n._ Dasher.

~Dasher~, _n._ Dashboard.

~Dashing~, _a._ ~1.~ Rushing, precipitate.

~2.~ Ostentatious, showy, pretentious.

~Dash in pieces~, Break in pieces, break into fragments.

~Dash off~, Execute rapidly.

~Dastard~, _n._ Coward, poltroon, craven, milksop.

~Dastard~, _a._ Cowardly, dastardly.

~Dastardly~, _a._ Cowardly, dastard.

~Data~, _n. pl._ Facts, premises.

~Date~, _n._ Time, epoch, era, age.

~Date~, _v. a._ Fix the date of, note the time of.

~Date~, _v. n._ Begin, be reckoned, be dated.

~Daub~, _v. a._ Smear, besmear, plaster, cover, bedaub, begrime.

~Daub~, _n._ Coarse painting.

~Dauby~, _a._ Adhesive, viscous, viscid, glutinous, smeary, sticky.

~Daunt~, _v. a._ Frighten, affright, alarm, intimidate, scare,
terrify, dismay, appall, cow.

~Dauntless~, _a._ Fearless, intrepid, bold, brave, daring, undaunted,
courageous, gallant, valiant, valorous, doughty, chivalrous, heroic.

~Davy Jones~, [_Sailor's term._] The Devil.

~Daw~, _n._ Jackdaw (_Corvus monedula_).

~Dawdle~, _v. n._ Trifle, dally, fiddle, lose time, waste time, idle
away time, fritter away time, fool away time.

~Dawdler~, _n._ Idler, trifler, lounger, laggard, drone, sluggard,
slow-back, inefficient person.

~Dawn~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Break, begin to be light, grow light.

~2.~ Appear, open, begin to appear.

~Dawn~, _n._ Cockcrowing, DAYBREAK, dayspring, dawning, break of day.

~Dawning~, _n._ ~1.~ DAYBREAK, dawn.

~2.~ Beginning, first appearance.

~Day~, _n._ ~1.~ Day-time (_between sunrise and sunset_).

~2.~ Period of twenty-four hours.

~3.~ Sunshine, daylight, sunlight, light of day.

~Day-blindness~, n. Nyctalopy, nocturnal sight.

~Daybreak~, _n._ Dawn, dawning, cockcrowing, dayspring, break of day,
peep of day, prime of day, first blush of the morning.

~Day by day~, Daily, every day.

~Day-dream~, _n._ Dream, conceit, idle fancy, visionary scheme.

~Daylight~, _n._ Sunlight, sunshine, day, light of day, light of heaven.

~Day-sight~, _n._ HEMERALOPIA, night-blindness.

~Dayspring~, _n._ Dawn, dawning, DAYBREAK.

~Day-star~, _n._ ~1.~ Venus, Lucifer, Morning Star.

~2.~ Sun, orb of day.

~Daze~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dazzle, blind.

~2.~ Bewilder, confuse, perplex.

~Dazzle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Daze, blind (_by excess of light_).

~2.~ Astonish (_by splendor_), surprise (_by brilliancy_).

~Dazzle~, _n._ Brightness, brilliancy, splendor, dazzling light.

~Dead~, _a._ ~1.~ Lifeless, breathless, inanimate, deceased, defunct,
departed, gone, gone to one's last home, gathered to one's fathers.

~2.~ Dull, frigid, cold, torpid, inert, unfeeling, callous, obtuse,
indifferent, lukewarm.

~3.~ Vapid, tasteless, insipid, flat.

~4.~ Unemployed, useless, unprofitable.

~5.~ Entire, complete, total.

~Dead~, _n._ Depth, gloomiest period.

~Dead against~, Utterly or wholly opposed, out and out against.

~Dead ahead~, (_Naut._) Directly ahead (_said of the wind_).

~Dead-drunk~, Completely drunk.

~Deaden~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Weaken, impair, dull, damp, dampen.

~2.~ Blunt, benumb, paralyze, obtund, hebetate, make insensible.

~Dead language~, Unspoken language.

~Deadly~, _a._ ~1.~ Mortal, fatal, destructive, deleterious, noxious,
murderous.

~2.~ Implacable, rancorous, sanguinary.

~Deadly-night-shade~, _n._ Belladonna, banewort, dwale (_Atropa
belladonna_).

~Dead shot~, Good marksman.

~Deaf~, _a._ Hard of bearing, dull of hearing.

~Deafen~, _v. a._ Stun, make deaf.

~Deaf-mute~, _n._ Deaf and dumb person.

~Deaf to~, Regardless of, heedless of, inattentive to.

~Deal~, _n._ ~1.~ Quantity, degree, extent.

~2.~ Distribution (_of cards_).

~3.~ Pine plank.

~Deal~, _v. a._ Distribute, give, bestow, dispense, apportion, allot,
divide, share, deal out, dole out, mete out.

~Deal~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Traffic, trade, do business, have commerce.

~2.~ Behave, conduct one's self.

~3.~ Distribute cards.

~Deal by~, Treat (_either well or ill_).

~Dealer~, _n._ ~1.~ Trader, trafficker.

~2.~ Distributor.

~Deal in~, Have to do with, be engaged in.

~Dealing~, _n._ ~1.~ Conduct, behavior, action.

~2.~ Commerce, intercourse, business, trade, traffic.

~Dear~, _a._ ~1.~ Costly, expensive, high-priced, at a high price, of
great price.

~2.~ Precious, beloved, darling, much loved, highly esteemed or valued.

~Dear~, _n._ Darling.

~Dearth~, _n._ ~1.~ Scarcity, insufficiency, deficiency, short supply.

~2.~ Need, want, lack, famine, short commons.

~Death~, _n._ Decease, demise, dying, dissolution, departure, exit,
end of life, King of terrors, debt of nature.

~Death-like~, _a._ Cadaverous, pale, wan, ghastly.

~Death's-head-moth~, _n._ Hawk-moth.

~Debar~, _v. a._ Exclude, prohibit, prevent, hinder, restrain,
withhold, shut out.

~Debark~, _v. n._ Land, disembark, go on shore, come to land.

~Debase~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lower, depress, reduce, deteriorate, impair,
vitiate, injure, pervert, alloy.

~2.~ Degrade, abase, disgrace, dishonor, humble, humiliate, shame,
mortify, bring low, take down.

~3.~ Contaminate, taint, defile, pollute, foul, befoul, corrupt, soil.

~Debasement~, _n._ ~1.~ Deterioration, vitiation, adulteration,
perversion.

~2.~ Abasement, degradation, humiliation, depravation.

~Debatable~, _a._ Disputable.

~Debate~, _n._ ~1.~ Disputation, controversy.

~2.~ Altercation, contest, contention, dispute, logomachy, strife of
words, war of words.

~Debate~, _v. a._ Discuss, argue, dispute, contest, canvass.

~Debate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Argue, dispute, deliberate, hold an argument.

~2.~ (_Rare._) Fight, contend, struggle.

~Debauch~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Corrupt, vitiate, deprave, pollute.

~2.~ Ravish, deflour, violate, commit a rape upon.

~Debauch~, _n._ Potation, compotation, revels, revelry, orgies,
bacchanals, saturnalia, carousal, drunken frolic, intemperate
indulgence.

~Debauchee~, _n._ Libertine, rake, voluptuary, profligate, man of
pleasure.

~Debauchery~, _n._ ~1.~ Excesses, dissipation, dissoluteness.

~2.~ Licentiousness, lewdness.

~Debilitate~, _v. a._ Weaken, enervate, enfeeble, exhaust, prostrate,
render weak, make languid.

~Debilitation~, _n._ Weakening, exhaustion, prostration.

~Debility~, _n._ Weakness, feebleness, languor, prostration,
exhaustion, infirmity, frailty, loss of strength.

~Debonair~, _a._ Courteous, affable, polite, refined, civil, urbane,
complaisant, obliging, gracious, easy, kind, well-bred.

~Débris~, _n._ [Fr.] Rubbish, ruins, remains.

~Debt~, _n._ ~1.~ Due, obligation.

~2.~ Trespass, offence, transgression, sin, fault, crime.

~Debt of nature~, DEATH.

~Début~, _n._ [Fr.] First attempt, first appearance.

~Decadence~, _n._ Decay, decline, fall, declension, degeneracy.

~Decadency~, _n._ Decay, decline, fall, declension, degeneracy.

~Decalogue~, _n._ The ten commandments.

~Decamp~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Break up camp, march away, march off, move off.

~2.~ Flee, fly, escape, hasten away, run away, go away, make off, pack
off, steal away.

~Decant~, _v. a._ Pour off.

~Decapitate~, _n._ Behead, decollate, deprive of the head.

~Decapitation~, _n._ Beheading, decollation.

~Decarbonize~, _v. a._ Deprive of carbon.

~Decay~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Decline, fail, deteriorate, wither, waste,
perish, be impaired, waste away, fall into decay.

~2.~ Rot, putrefy, be spoiled.

~Decay~, _n._ Decline, decadence, deterioration, degeneracy.

~Decease~, _n._ DEATH, demise, dying.

~Decease~, _v. n._ DIE, depart.

~Deceased~, _a._ Dead, defunct.

~Deceit~, _n._ Deception, fraud, imposition, imposture, finesse,
artifice, duplicity, guile, trickery, cozenage, cheating, double
dealing.

~Deceitful~, _a._ Deceptive, delusive, illusive, illusory, fallacious.

~Deceive~, _v. a._ Delude, cheat, dupe, gull, cozen, fool, befool,
trick, circumvent, overreach, chouse, diddle, beguile, hood-wink,
impose upon, make a fool of, play a trick upon, pull wool over one's
eyes.

~Deceiver~, _n._ Impostor, cheat, trickster, rogue, knave, pretender.

~Decency~, _n._ ~1.~ Propriety, decorum, proper formality.

~2.~ Modesty, delicacy, purity.

~Decent~, _a._ ~1.~ Proper, becoming, fit, befitting, suitable,
decorous, seemly, comely.

~2.~ Modest, delicate, pure.

~3.~ Tolerable, passable, moderate, respectable.

~Deception~, _n._ ~1.~ Imposture, imposition, DECEIT.

~2.~ TRICK, cheat, ruse, wile, stratagem, chouse.

~Deceptive~, _a._ Deceitful, deceiving, delusive, illusive, illusory,
misleading, fallacious, clap-trap, false.

~Decide~, _v. a._ Settle, conclude, terminate, end.

~Decide~, _v. n._ Determine, conclude, come to a conclusion, give a
decision.

~Decided~, _a._ ~1.~ Determined, unwavering, unhesitating, resolute.

~2.~ Unequivocal, categorical, positive, absolute.

~3.~ Unquestionable, undeniable, indisputable, certain, clear, beyond
all question, beyond a doubt, past dispute.

~Deciduous~, _a._ (_Bot._) Not evergreen, not perennial.

~Decipher~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Unravel, unfold, interpret, reveal, explain,
expound.

~2.~ Read, make out.

~Decision~, _n._ ~1.~ Conclusion, judgment, determination, settlement.

~2.~ Resolution, firmness.

~Decisive~, _a._ Conclusive, final.

~Deck~, _v. a._ Adorn, embellish, decorate, ornament, array, beautify.

~Declaim~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Harangue, spout, speak (_rhetorically_).

~2.~ Recite a speech, practise speaking.

~Declamation~, _n._ ~1.~ Declaiming, haranguing, spouting.

~2.~ Harangue, set speech.

~3.~ Exercise in speaking.

~Declamatory~, _a._ ~1.~ In the style of declamation.

~2.~ Rhetorical, grandiloquent, inflated, bombastic, swelling,
pompous, turgid, pretentious, high-flowing, high-sounding, HIGHFALUTIN.

~Declaration~, _n._ Affirmation, assertion, asseveration, averment,
protestation, avowal.

~Declarative~, _a._ Explanatory, DECLARATORY.

~Declaratory~, _a._ ~1.~ Expressive, affirmative, enunciative,
enunciatory.

~2.~ Explanatory, declarative.

~Declare~, _v. a._ Affirm, assert, aver, asseverate, state, proclaim,
publish, promulgate, communicate, announce, utter, make known.

~Declare~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Make a declaration.

~2.~ Announce a determination.

~Declension~, _n._ ~1.~ Decline, deterioration, degeneracy, decay,
diminution, falling off.

~2.~ (_Gram._) Inflection, variation.

~Declination~, _n._ Deviation.

~Decline~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Lean downward.

~2.~ Decay, sink, droop, languish, pine, fail, become feeble.

~3.~ Deteriorate, degenerate, be impaired.

~4.~ Decrease, lessen, diminish, wane, fall away.

~Decline~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Refuse, reject.

~2.~ (_Gram._) Inflect, vary.

~Decline~, _n._ ~1.~ Decline, deterioration, degeneracy, decay,
diminution, falling off.

~2.~ Consumption, phthisis, marasmus, atrophy, gradual wasting,
progressive emaciation.

~Declivity~, _n._ Slope (_downwards_), descent.

~Declivous~, _a._ Sloping.

~Decollate~, _v. a._ Behead, decapitate.

~Decollation~, _n._ Beheading, decapitation.

~Decolor~, _v. a._ Deprive of color.

~Decolorize~, _v. a._ Deprive of color.

~Decompose~, _v. a._ Decompound, analyze, resolve into its elements.

~Decomposition~, _n._ Analysis, resolution.

~Decompound~, _v. a._ Analyze, decompose.

~Decorate~, _v. a._ Adorn, deck, ornament, embellish, beautify.

~Decoration~, _n._ Ornament, embellishment.

~Decorous~, _a._ Decent, becoming, suitable, proper, befitting,
seemly, comely, fit, decent.

~Decorum~, _n._ Decency, propriety, seemliness, appropriate behavior.

~Decoy~, _v. a._ Allure, lure, entice, inveigle, seduce, tempt,
entrap, ensnare.

~Decoy~, _n._ Lure, allurement.

~Decoy-pigeon~, _n._ Stool-pigeon.

~Decoy-rogue~, _n._ STOOL-PIGEON.

~Decrease~, _v. n._ Diminish (_gradually_), lessen, grow less.

~Decrease~, _v. a._ Diminish, lessen, make less.

~Decrease~, _n._ Diminution, lessening, decrement, reduction.

~Decree~, _v. n_. Ordain, appoint, determine.

~Decree~, _v. a._ Order, ordain, appoint, enjoin, command.

~Decree~, _n._ Edict, enactment, regulation, law, order, mandate,
fiat, ordinance, statute.

~Decrement~, _n._ Decrease, diminution, lessening, waste, loss.

~Decrepit~, _a._ Superannuated, effete, worn or broken down with age,
infirm through age.

~Decrepitate~, _v. n._ Crackle, snap, crepitate.

~Decrepitude~, _n._ Infirmity of age, decline of life.

~Decrial~, _n._ Condemnation, disparagement, depreciation, crying down.

~Decry~, _v. a._ Disparage, depreciate, discredit, condemn, traduce,
cry down, run down, bring into disrepute, bring discredit on.

~Decuple~, _a._ Tenfold.

~Decussate~, _v. a._ Intersect, cross, divide crosswise.

~Decussate~, _a._ Crossed, intersected, reticulated.

~Decussated~, _a._ Crossed, intersected, reticulated.

~Decussation~, _n._ Crossing, intersection.

~Dedicate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Devote, consecrate, set apart.

~2.~ Address (_as a literary work_), inscribe.

~Dedicate~, _a._ Devoted, consecrated, dedicated, set apart.

~Dedication~, _n._ ~1.~ Consecration, devotion.

~2.~ Address, inscription.

~Deduce~, _v. a._ Derive, conclude, infer.

~Deducible~, _a._ Inferrible, derivable.

~Deduct~, _v. a._ Subtract, separate, take away.

~Deduction~, _n._ ~1.~ Subtraction, retrenchment, withdrawal, removal.

~2.~ Abatement, allowance, defalcation, reduction, discount.

~3.~ Inference, conclusion, consequence, corollary.

~Deed~, _n._ ~1.~ Act, action, performance, exploit, achievement, feat.

~2.~ Reality, fact, truth.

~3.~ (_Law._) Indenture.

~Deem~, _v. a._ Think, regard, consider, hold, believe, suppose,
imagine, judge, account, look upon.

~Deem~, _v. n._ Think, believe, suppose, opine, fancy, be of opinion.

~Deep~, _a._ ~1.~ Profound, unfathomable.

~2.~ Mysterious, intricate, knotty, difficult, hard (_to comprehend_).

~3.~ Sagacious, penetrating, intelligent, discerning, shrewd.

~4.~ Absorbed, engrossed, rapt up.

~5.~ Grave, low, not high, not sharp.

~6.~ Dark, intense.

~7.~ Great, thorough, entire.

~Deep~, _n._ Sea, ocean, main.

~Deep~, _ad._ DEEPLY.

~Deepen~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make deeper, increase the depth of.

~2.~ Make darker, make more intense.

~3.~ Reduce to a lower tone, make more grave.

~Deepen~, _v. n._ Grow deeper, become deeper.

~Deeply~, _ad._ ~1.~ Profoundly, deep, to or at a great depth, far down.

~2.~ Thoroughly, entirely, completely.

~3.~ Greatly, very much, in a high degree.

~Deer-berry~, _n._ Tea-berry, wintergreen, partridge-berry, boxberry,
mountain-tea (_Gaultheria procumbens_).

~Deface~, _v. a._ Disfigure, deform, mar, spoil, injure, soil, tarnish.

~Defacement~, _n._ Disfigurement, injury.

~De facto~, [L.] ~1.~ In fact, really, actually.

~2.~ Real, actual.

~Defalcate~, _v. a._ [_Applied especially to public accounts,
estimates, &c._] Lop, lop off, cut off, deduct a part of.

~Defalcation~, _n._ ~1.~ Diminution, abatement.

~2.~ Deficiency, deficit, default, shortcoming, falling short.

~Defamation~, _n._ Slander, calumny, detraction, obloquy, aspersion,
abuse, backbiting, scandal, false accusation.

~Defamatory~, _a._ Slanderous, calumnious, libellous, abusive.

~Defame~, _v. a._ Asperse, slander, malign, calumniate, traduce,
vilify, revile, lampoon, blacken, abuse, blemish, run down, speak ill
of.

~Default~, _n._ ~1.~ Omission, neglect, failure.

~2.~ Want, lack, destitution, defect, deficiency.

~Defaulter~, _n._ Delinquent (_in failing to appear in court, or in
accounting for money intrusted_).

~Defeat~, _n._ ~1.~ Overthrow, downfall, rout, discomfiture, repulse.

~2.~ Frustration.

~Defeat~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Conquer, overthrow, overcome, vanquish,
checkmate, repulse, beat, discomfit, rout.

~2.~ Frustrate, baffle, foil, balk, disconcert, disappoint.

~Defecate~, _v. a._ Clarify, clear, purify.

~Defecation~, _n._ Clarification, purification.

~Defect~, _n._ ~1.~ Deficiency.

~2.~ Imperfection, blemish, flaw.

~3.~ Fault, failing, foible.

~Defection~, _n._ Apostasy, backsliding.

~Defective~, _a._ ~1.~ Deficient, insufficient, inadequate, not full,
incomplete.

~2.~ Imperfect, faulty, not perfect.

~Defence~, _n._ [Written also _Defense_.] ~1.~ Protection, guard,
buckler, bulwark, fortification, tower of strength.

~2.~ Vindication, justification, apology, plea, excuse.

~Defenceless~, _a._ Unguarded, unarmed, unprotected, exposed, weak.

~Defend~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Guard, PROTECT, shield, secure from danger,
secure from attack.

~2.~ Vindicate, assert, maintain, uphold, justify, espouse, plead.

~Defender~, _n._ ~1.~ Asserter, pleader.

~2.~ Champion, vindicator, protector.

~Defer to~, Respect, value, yield to, pay respect to, think much of,
think highly of, pay deference to.

~Defer~, _v. a._ Postpone, delay, adjourn, procrastinate, put off,
stave off, let lie over.

~Deference~, _n._ ~1.~ Respect, regard, esteem, honor, reverence,
veneration, homage, obeisance.

~2.~ Complaisance, condescension.

~Deferential~, _a._ Respectful, reverential.

~Defiance~, _n._ ~1.~ Daring, challenge, invitation to combat.

~2.~ Contempt, opposition, spite, despite.

~Defiant~, _a._ Bold, daring, courageous.

~Deficiency~, _n._ ~1.~ Want, lack, defectiveness, insufficiency,
scantiness, shortness, meagreness, dearth, scarcity, DEFICIT.

~2.~ Failing, failure, frailty, infirmity, imperfection, foible,
fault, error, weakness, weak side, blind side.

~Deficient~, _a._ Defective, insufficient, imperfect, incomplete, not
full, not perfect.

~Deficit~, _n._ [L.] Want, DEFICIENCY.

~Defile~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Soil, dirty, stain, tarnish, make foul or filthy.

~2.~ Sully, taint, pollute, corrupt, vitiate, debase, contaminate,
poison.

~3.~ Violate, DEFLOUR, ravish.

~Defile~, _v. n._ File off, march in a line.

~Defilement~, _a._ Pollution, contamination, taint, uncleanness,
abomination, foulness.

~Definable~, _a._ Determinable, that may be defined.

~Define~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Limit, bound, circumscribe, set bounds to, fix
the limits of.

~2.~ Describe, declare the properties of.

~3.~ Explain the meaning of, give the signification of.

~Definite~, _a._ ~1.~ Determinate, defined, precisely bounded.

~2.~ Precise, exact, determined, certain.

~3.~ (_Gram._) Limiting, defining.

~Definition~, _n._ ~1.~ Explanation (_of the meaning_).

~2.~ Description (_by a statement of characteristic properties_).

~Definitive~, _a._ ~1.~ Determinate, positive, express, explicit,
categorical, unconditional.

~2.~ Final, conclusive.

~Deflect~, _v. n._ Deviate, diverge, swerve, turn aside.

~Deflect~, _v. a._ Bend, turn aside.

~Deflection~, _n._ Deviation, bending.

~Deflour~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Deprive of flowers, deprive of beauty.

~2.~ Ravish, violate, debauch, defile, constuprate, commit rape upon.

~Deform~, _v. a._ Disfigure, deface, mar, injure, spoil, make
unsightly, make ugly.

~Deformity~, _a._ ~1.~ Distortion, malformation, misproportion,
ugliness, inelegance, disfigurement, monstrosity, want of symmetry.

~2.~ Irregularity, deviation from propriety.

~Defraud~, _v. a._ Cheat, cozen, trick, dupe, gull, deceive,
overreach, circumvent, delude, hoodwink, chouse, diddle, beguile,
impose upon.

~Defray~, _v. a._ Pay, discharge, settle, bear.

~Deft~, _a._ ~1.~ Dexterous, skilful, clever, apt, adroit, ready,
expert.

~2.~ Neat, pretty.

~Defunct~, _a._ Dead, deceased, departed, gone.

~Defy~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Challenge, dare, bid defiance to, hurl defiance at.

~2.~ Brave, disregard, slight, scorn, spurn, despise, contemn, treat
with contempt, trample on, set at naught, snap the fingers at.

~Degeneracy~, _n._ ~1.~ Deterioration, debasement, abasement,
depravation, degeneration, degenerateness, declension, degradation,
decline, decrease, falling off, growing worse.

~2.~ Inferiority, meanness, poorness.

~Degenerate~, _v. n._ Deteriorate, decline, decay, become worse, grow
worse.

~Degenerate~, _a._ Inferior, mean, base, corrupt, fallen, degenerated.

~Degeneration~, _n._ Degeneracy.

~Deglutition~, _n._ Swallowing.

~Degradation~, _n._ ~1.~ Dishonor, disgrace, humiliation.

~2.~ Deterioration, abasement, debasement, degeneracy, degeneration,
decline, vitiation, perversion.

~3.~ (_Geol._) Wearing away (_of rocks_, _&c._).

~Degrade~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disgrace, dishonor, discredit, break, cashier,
reduce to inferior rank.

~2.~ Lower, sink, deteriorate, impair, injure, debase, vitiate,
pervert, alloy.

~Degree~, _n._ ~1.~ Step, stage.

~2.~ Class, rank, order, grade, quality, station, standing.

~3.~ Measure, extent.

~4.~ Remove (_in the line of descent_).

~5.~ Division (_as on a scale_), interval, space.

~Dehisce~, _v. n._ Open, gape, gape open.

~Dehiscence~, _n._ Opening, gaping.

~Dehiscent~, _a._ Opening, gaping.

~Dehortation~, _n._ Dissuasion.

~Dehoratative~, _a._ Dissuasive.

~Dehortatory~, _a._ Dissuasive.

~Deification~, _n._ Apotheosis.

~Deify~, _v. a._ Idolize, make a god of, raise to the rank of a deity.

~Deign~, _v. n._ Condescend, vouchsafe, think fit, see fit.

~Deign~, _v. a._ Grant, vouchsafe, accord.

~Deist~, _n._ Unbeliever (_in Christianity, but not in the existence
of a God_), sceptic, infidel, free-thinker.

~Deity~, _n._ ~1.~ Divinity, Godhead, the Divine Nature.

~2.~ (_Myth._) God or goddess.

~Deject~, _v. a._ Dishearten, dispirit, discourage, depress, make
despondent, make sad.

~Dejected~, _a._ Disheartened, dispirited, discouraged, depressed,
down-hearted, down-cast, despondent, cast down, chap-fallen, crest-
fallen, down in the mouth.

~Dejection~, _n._ Depression, despondency, sadness, melancholy, gloom,
dumps, blues, lowness of spirits.

~Déjeuner~, _n._ [Fr.] Breakfast, morning meal.

~2.~ Luncheon, lunch.

~Déjeuné~, _n._ [Fr.] Breakfast, morning meal.

~2.~ Luncheon, lunch.

~De jure~, [L.] Of right, by right, by law.

~Delay~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Defer, postpone, procrastinate, put off, stave
off, let lie over.

~2.~ Detain, hinder, retard, step, impede.

~Delay~, _v. n._ Linger, tarry, stop, procrastinate.

~Delay~, _n._ ~1.~ Procrastination, postponement, deferring, the
Fabian policy, masterly inactivity.

~2.~ Detention, stay, stop, hinderance.

~Dele~, _v. a._ [L.] Erase, efface, remove, delete, blot out.

~Delectable~, _a._ Pleasing, pleasant, delightful, agreeable,
gratifying.

~Delectation~, _n._ Delight, joy, gladness, rapture, transport,
ravishment, ecstasy, great pleasure.

~Delegate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Depute, commission, appoint as agent, send on
an embassy.

~2.~ Intrust, commit.

~Delegate~, _n._ Deputy, commissioner, representative.

~Delegation~, _n._ Deputies, delegates, body of delegates.

~Delete~, _v. a._ Erase, efface, remove, dele, blot out.

~Deleterious~, _a._ ~1.~ Destructive, deadly, poisonous, noxious.

~2.~ Injurious, pernicious, hurtful, unwholesome.

~Deliberate~, _v. n._ Reflect, ponder, consider, think, cogitate,
ruminate, muse, meditate, take counsel with one's self.

~Deliberate~, _a._ ~1.~ Wary, cautious, careful, circumspect,
considerate, thoughtful.

~2.~ Well considered, well advised, not rash.

~3.~ Slow, not hasty.

~Deliberation~, _n._ ~1.~ Consideration, meditation, cogitation,
thought, reflection, circumspection, wariness, caution, thoughtfulness.

~2.~ Consultation, discussion.

~Delicacy~, _n._ ~1.~ Pleasantness, agreeableness, deliciousness,
daintiness, savoriness, relish.

~2.~ Dainty, tidbit, titbit.

~3.~ Fineness, nicety, niceness, elegance.

~4.~ Tenderness, slenderness, weakness, frailty.

~5.~ Carefulness, scrupulousness, fastidiousness, daintiness,
discrimination, tact, sensibility, nice perception.

~6.~ Refinement, purity.

~Delicate~, _a._ ~1.~ Pleasant, pleasing, delicious, agreeable,
savory, palatable.

~2.~ Fine, nice, elegant, exquisite.

~3.~ Tender, slender, weak.

~4.~ Discriminating, careful, scrupulous, fastidious, dainty, of nice
perception.

~5.~ Refined, pure.

~Delicious~, _a._ ~1.~ Luscious, savory, palatable, delicate, dainty,
nice.

~2.~ Pleasant, grateful, agreeable.

~Delight~, _n._ Joy, gladness, delectation, rapture, transport,
ravishment, ecstasy, great pleasure.

~Delight~, _v. a._ Enrapture, transport, enchant, charm, bless, please
highly, gratify much.

~Delight~, _v. n._ Take delight, have great pleasure.

~Delightful~, _a._ Charming, enchanting, ravishing, very agreeable,
highly pleasing.

~Delineate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Design, sketch, figure, represent by outlines.

~2.~ Describe, portray, depict, set forth.

~Delineation~, _n._ ~1.~ Sketch, design, outline, draught.

~2.~ Description, account, portrayal.

~Delinquency~, _n._ Fault, misdeed, misdemeanor, offence, crime,
failure in duty, neglect of duty.

~Delinquent~, _a._ Failing in duty.

~Delinquent~, _n._ Offender, culprit, criminal, wrong-doer.

~Delirious~, _a._ Insane (_as in fevers_), mad, deranged, demented,
raving, frantic, frenzied.

~Delirium~, _n._ Wandering (_as in fevers_), incoherence,
hallucination, derangement, insanity, frenzy, raving, madness,
alienation of mind.

~Delirium tremens~, MANIA A POTU, the horrors.

~Deliver~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Liberate, release, free, emancipate, set free,
set at liberty.

~2.~ Rescue, save, extricate, redeem.

~3.~ Commit, transfer, give, pass over, make over.

~4.~ Yield, cede, grant, surrender, relinquish, resign, give up.

~5.~ Pronounce, utter, speak.

~6.~ Discharge, deal, give forth.

~Deliverance~, _n._ ~1.~ Release, liberation, emancipation,
redemption, escape.

~2.~ Extrication, rescue, acquittance.

~Delivery~, _n._ ~1.~ Surrender, conveyance, giving up.

~2.~ Utterance, enunciation, pronunciation, speech, elocution.

~3.~ Childbirth, parturition, labor, travail.

~Dell~, _n._ Dale, dingle, valley, ravine, glen.

~Delude~, _v. a._ Deceive, beguile, mislead, cheat, cozen, chouse,
diddle, gull, dupe, circumvent, overreach, trick, impose upon, lead
astray, lead into error.

~Deluge~, _n._ Flood, overflow, inundation, cataclysm.

~Deluge~, _v. a._ Submerge, inundate, overflow, drown, overwhelm.

~Delusion~, _n._ ~1.~ Trick, imposition, imposture, cheat, fraud,
artifice, wile, ruse, dodge, fetch, CLAP-TRAP, BAM.

~2.~ Illusion, deception, fallacy, error, hallucination, mockery,
phantasm.

~Delusive~, _a._ Fallacious, deceitful, deceptive, deceiving,
illusive, illusory, CLAP-TRAP.

~Delve~, _v. a. & n._ Dig.

~Demagogue~, _n._ Ringleader of the populace, factious leader, popular
agitator.

~Demand~, _v. a._ Claim, require, exact, challenge, call for, ask for.

~Demand~, _v. n._ Ask, inquire, make inquiry.

~Demand~, _n._ ~1.~ Claim, requisition, requirement, exaction.

~2.~ Want, call, desire to obtain.

~3.~ Question, inquiry, interrogation.

~Demarcation~, _n._ Division, limit, bound, boundary.

~Demean one's self~, Behave, conduct, acquit one's self.

~Demeanor~, _n._ Behavior, carriage, deportment, conduct, manner,
bearing, air, mien.

~Demented~, _a._ Idiotic, foolish, infatuated, insane, crazy.

~Dementia~, _n._ [L.] (_Med._) Idiocy, insanity, loss of intellect.

~Demerit~, _n._ Fault, vice, crime, delinquency, transgression, ill
desert.

~Demirep~, _n._ Woman of doubtful reputation (_as respects chastity_).

~Demise~, _n._ ~1.~ Conveyance, alienation, transfer, transference,
making over.

~2.~ Death (_of a royal or a distinguished person_), decease.

~Demise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Alienate, transfer, consign, devolve, convey,
make over, deliver over.

~2.~ Bequeath, devise, will, grant by will.

~Demiurgic~, _n._ Creative, formative.

~Democracy~, _n._ ~1.~ Government by the people.

~2.~ Republic, representative government.

~3.~ [_U. S._] Democrats, democratic party.

~Democratic~, _a._ ~1.~ Popular, of the people.

~2.~ Representative, republican.

~3.~ [_U. S._] Of the democrats.

~Democratical~, ~1.~ Popular, of the people.

~2.~ Representative, republican.

~3.~ [_U. S._] Of the democrats.

~Demolish~, _v. a._ Destroy, overthrow, raze, level, ruin, dash to
pieces, break to pieces.

~Demolition~, _n._ Overthrow, destruction, ruin.

~Demon~, _n._ ~1.~ Spirit, genius, tutelary deity.

~2.~ Devil, fiend, evil spirit.

~Demoniac~, _n._ Person possessed by a demon, or evil spirit.

~Demoniac~, _a._ Diabolical, devilish, infernal.

~Demoniacal~, Diabolical, devilish, infernal.

~Demonstrable~, _a._ Provable, capable of being proved, capable of
proof or demonstration.

~Demonstrate~, _v. a._ Prove, establish, show, make evident.

~Demonstration~, _n._ ~1.~ Proof.

~2.~ Manifestation, show.

~Demonstrative~, _a._ ~1.~ Conclusive.

~2.~ Self-asserting, forward, bold, confident, presuming.

~Demoralization~, _n._ ~1.~ Corruption of morals.

~2.~ Depravity, want of principle.

~Demoralize~, _v. a._ Corrupt, deprave, vitiate, deprive of moral
principle.

~Demulcent~, _a._ Mild, soothing, lenitive, emollient, sedative.

~Demur~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Hesitate, pause, stop, waver, be in doubt, stop
to consider.

~2.~ Object, raise objections.

~Demure~, _a._ ~1.~ Decorous, sober, grave, modest, downcast, coy.

~2.~ Prudish, over-modest, affectedly modest.

~Demurrer~, _n._ (_Law._) Objection.

~Den~, _n._ ~1.~ Cavern, cave.

~2.~ Haunt, retreat, resort, place of resort, place much frequented.

~Dendriform~, _a._ Arborescent, arboriform dendritic, dendroid,
branching.

~Dendritic~, _a._ DENDRIFORM.

~Dendroid~, _a._ DENDRIFORM.

~Dengue~, _n._ [Sp.] Break-bone fever, dandy-fever.

~Denial~, _n._ ~1.~ Contradiction, negation.

~2.~ Disavowal, disclaimer, abjuration, disowning.

~3.~ Refusal (_to grant a request_).

~Denizen~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Eng. Law._) Naturalized citizen, adopted citizen.

~2.~ Inhabitant, dweller, resident.

~Denominate~, _v. a._ Name, designate, entitle, style, call, dub,
christen, phrase.

~Denomination~, _n._ ~1.~ Name, title, style, designation, appellation.

~2.~ Sect, school, class.

~Denote~, _v. a._ Signify, imply, betoken, indicate, typify, note,
mark, designate, point out.

~Dénouement~, _n._ [Fr.] ~1.~ Catastrophe (_of a drama or a novel_),
unravelling of the plot.

~2.~ Issue, upshot, conclusion, termination, FINALE, consummation,
winding up, finishing stroke, final event.

~Denounce~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Threaten, menace.

~2.~ Brand, stigmatize, arraign, upbraid, censure.

~De novo~, [L.] Anew, newly, afresh, again, over again.

~Dense~, _a._ Close, compact, condensed, compressed, thick.

~Density~, _n._ Closeness, compactness.

~Dent~, _n._ Indentation, dint, nick, notch.

~Dent~, _v. a._ Indent, make a dent upon.

~Dentate~, _a._ Toothed, notched, serrate, serrated.

~Dentated~, _a._ Toothed, notched, serrate, serrated.

~Dentifrice~, _n._ Tooth-powder.

~Dentist~, _n._ Dental surgeon, surgeon dentist.

~Dentition~, _n._ Teething, cutting of the teeth.

~Denude~, _v. a._ Strip, divest, make bare, make naked.

~Denunciation~, _n._ ~1.~ Menace, threat.

~2.~ Arraignment.

~Denunciatory~, _a._ Condemnatory.

~Deny~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Contradict, gainsay, declare to be untrue.

~2.~ Renounce, abjure, disown, disavow, abnegate, refuse to acknowledge.

~3.~ Withhold, refuse to grant.

~Deobstruent~, _a._ [_Med._] Laxative, aperient, loosening.

~Deobstruent~, _n._ [_Med._] Laxative, aperient, loosening medicine.

~Deodorize~, _v. a._ Disinfect, deprive of odor.

~Deodorizer~, _n._ Disinfectant.

~Deoxidate~, _v. a._ DEOXIDIZE.

~Deoxidation~, _n._ Deoxidization.

~Deoxidize~, _v. a._ Deoxidate, deprive of oxygen.

~Depart~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Disappear, vanish, go away.

~2.~ Go, start, set out, set forward, be off, take leave, bid adieu,
bid farewell, MAKE TRACKS, take one's departure, make one's exit, take
one's self off.

~3.~ Die, decease, leave the world.

~Depart from~, ~1.~ Leave, quit, go away from.

~2.~ Abandon, forsake, desert, give up, not adhere to.

~3.~ Deviate from, vary from.

~Department~, _n._ ~1.~ Part, portion, division (_especially a
territorial division_).

~2.~ Province, function, office, station, sphere of duty, course of
life.

~Departure~, _n._ ~1.~ Withdrawal, exit, recession, retirement, removal.

~2.~ Death, decease, demise.

~Depend~, _v. n._ Hang, be pendent.

~Depend on~, Rely upon, rest upon, confide in, trust to, count upon,
reckon upon, build upon, depend upon.

~Dependant~, _n._ Vassal, minion, retainer, CLIENT, hanger-on.

~Dependence~, _n._ ~1.~ Connection, concatenation.

~2.~ Reliance, trust, confidence.

~3.~ Stay, staff, support, prop, buttress, supporter.

~4.~ Subordination, subjection.

~Dependency~, _n._ ~1.~ Adjunct, appurtenance.

~2.~ Colony.

~Depend upon~, DEPEND ON.

~Depict~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Paint, sketch, portray, delineate, pencil.

~2.~ Describe, set forth.

~Deplete~, _v. a._ Exhaust, drain, evacuate, empty.

~Depletion~, _n._ Exhausting, draining, emptying, evacuation.

~Deplorable~, _a._ Lamentable, pitiable, sad, calamitous, grievous,
miserable, wretched, distressing, mournful, melancholy, to be deplored.

~Deplore~, _v. a._ Mourn, bewail, lament, bemoan, grieve for, sorrow
over.

~Deploy~, _v. a._ (_Mil._) Open, unfold, extend, expand.

~Deploy~, _v. n._ (_Mil._) Open, extend, expand.

~Depone~, _v. n._ [_Scotland._] Depose, testify, affirm, state, bear
witness.

~Deponent~, _n._ Witness (_who makes oath to a written statement_).

~Depopulate~, _v. a._ Dispeople, unpeople, deprive of inhabitants.

~Deport one's self~, Behave, conduct one's self, demean one's self,
acquit one's self, bear one's self.

~Deportment~, _n._ Demeanor, behavior, carriage, conduct, bearing,
manner, air, breeding.

~Depose~, _v. a._ Dethrone, dismiss, oust, cashier, displace, break.

~Depose~, _v. n._ Testify, DEPONE, declare, bear witness.

~Deposit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Drop, let fall, throw down.

~2.~ Lodge, put, store, hoard, save, lay up, lay by.

~3.~ Intrust, commit.

~Deposit~, _n._ ~1.~ Precipitate.

~2.~ Security, pledge, pawn, stake.

~3.~ Money in bank.

~4.~ [_Rare._] Depository, store-house.

~Depositary~, _n._ Trustee, guardian, fiduciary.

~Deposition~, _n._ [_Law._] ~1.~ Testimony (_in writing, signed and
sworn to before a magistrate, after cross-examination_), evidence,
AFFIDAVIT.

~2.~ Dethroning, dismission, displacement, removal.

~Depository~, _n._ Storehouse, deposit, depot, place of deposit.

~Depot~, _n._ ~1.~ Depository, storehouse, warehouse.

~2.~ Station (_of a railway_), station-house, railway station.

~Depravation~, _n._ ~1.~ Vitiation, corruption, deterioration,
abasement, debasement, impairing, injury.

~2.~ Depravity, degeneracy.

~Deprave~, _v. a._ Vitiate, corrupt, contaminate, demoralize, make bad.

~Depraved~, _p. a._ Corrupted, corrupt, vicious, wicked, profligate,
dissolute, reprobate, graceless, abandoned, shameless, hardened, lost.

~Depravity~, _n._ Corruption, wickedness, viciousness, demoralization,
vice, degeneracy.

~Deprecate~, _v. a._ Pray to be delivered from, seek deliverance from,
try to avert by prayer, make entreaty against.

~Depreciate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Underrate, undervalue, lessen the price of,
diminish the value of.

~2.~ Disparage, decry, traduce, malign, degrade, censure, find fault
with.

~Depreciate~, _v. n._ Fall in price, fall in value, become of less
worth.

~Depreciation~, _n._ ~1.~ Fall in price, diminution of value.

~2.~ Detraction, disparagement, derogation, censure.

~Depreciative~, _a._ Derogatory.

~Depredation~, _n._ Spoliation, rapine, robbery, theft, pillage,
plunder, pilfering.

~Depredator~, _n._ Plunderer, robber, thief, spoiler, brigand,
freebooter, pirate, corsair, buccaneer, marauder.

~Depress~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lower, detrude, drop, sink, bow, reduce, press
down, let down, let fall, cast down, bring down.

~2.~ Degrade, humble, disgrace, humiliate, debase, abase, abash, bring
low, take down.

~3.~ Discourage, dishearten, dispirit, deject, damp, dampen, chill,
make sad, make despondent.

~4.~ Make dull (_as trade_).

~Depression~, _n._ ~1.~ Abasement, degradation, deterioration,
debasement, perversion, vitiation, depravation.

~2.~ Hollow, hollowness, cavity, indentation, dent, dint, dimple,
excavation, pit.

~3.~ Dejection, dejectedness, sadness, despondency, melancholy, dumps,
blues, lowness of spirits, low spirits, depression of spirits.

~4.~ Lowness, dulness, inactivity.

~5.~ (_Surg._) Couching.

~Deprivation~, _n._ Loss, privation, BEREAVEMENT, dispossession.

~Deprive~, _v. a._ Dispossess, divest, strip, rob, BEREAVE, take from.

~Depth~, _n._ ~1.~ Deepness, profundity.

~2.~ Extent, measure.

~3.~ Middle, central part.

~4.~ Discernment, sagacity, shrewdness, penetration, astuteness,
perspicacity, profoundness.

~Depurate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Purify, cleanse, make pure.

~2.~ Clarify, clear, make clear.

~Depuration~, _n._ ~1.~ Cleansing, purification.

~2.~ Clarification, clearing, clarifying.

~Deputation~, _n._ ~1.~ Delegation, commission.

~2.~ Deputies, delegates, body of delegates.

~Depute~, _v. a._ Delegate, commission, send out, appoint as agent.

~Deputy~, _n._ Delegate, representative, substitute, proxy, envoy,
legate, agent, factor.

~Derange~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disorder, confuse, unsettle, disarrange,
displace, turn topsy-turvy, put out of place.

~2.~ Disturb, discompose, disconcert, ruffle.

~3.~ Make or render insane.

~Derangement~, _n._ ~1.~ Disorder, confusion, disarrangement.

~2.~ Disturbance, discomposure.

~3.~ Insanity, lunacy, madness, mania, delirium, mental aberration.

~Derbyshire-spar~, _n._ Fluor-spar, fluoride of calcium.

~Derelict~, _a._ ~1.~ (_Law._) Forsaken, relinquished, abandoned, left.

~2.~ Unfaithful, faithless.

~Derelict~, _n._ (_Law._) ~1.~ Abandoned property.

~2.~ Tract of land (_fit for cultivation_) left dry by the retirement
of the sea.

~Dereliction~, _n._ ~1.~ Abandonment, renunciation, desertion,
relinquishment.

~2.~ Faithlessness, failure in duty.

~Deride~, _v. a._ RIDICULE (_contemptuously or maliciously_), mock,
scout, satirize, lampoon, jeer, taunt, chaff, scoff at, jeer at, laugh
at, make fun of, make sport of, make game of, turn to ridicule, hold
up to ridicule, make a butt of, make merry with, POKE FUN AT.

~Derision~, _n._ Ridicule, mockery, scorn, contempt.

~Derisive~, _a._ Scoffing, mocking, ridiculing scornful, contemptuous,
contumelious.

~Derisory~, _a._ Scoffing, mocking, ridiculing scornful, contemptuous,
contumelious.

~Derivable~, _a._ ~1.~ Obtainable, to be derived.

~2.~ Deducible, that may be inferred (_from premises_).

~3.~ That may be traced (_to a root_).

~Derivation~, _n._ ~1.~ Descent, genealogy.

~2.~ Etymology.

~Derivative~, _a._ Derived.

~Derive~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Draw, receive, obtain, get.

~2.~ Deduce, trace.

~Derm~, _n._ Skin, CUTIS, true skin.

~Dermatoid~, _a._ Skin-like.

~Derogate from~, Disparage, detract from, take something from.

~Derogation~, _n._ Detraction, disparagement, depreciation.

~Derogatory~, _a._ ~1.~ Detracting, dishonoring, depreciative.

~2.~ Shameful, disreputable, disgraceful, discreditable, scandalous.

~Descant~, _n._ ~1.~ Melody (_with variations_), song, tune.

~2.~ Commentary, series of comments.

~3.~ (_Mus._) Soprano, treble, highest part in a score.

~Descant~, _v. n._ Expatiate, enlarge, animadvert, dilate, treat,
discourse, make remarks.

~Descend~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Fall, sink, drop, go down, come down.

~2.~ Dismount, alight, get down.

~3.~ Go, pass, proceed, be transferred.

~4.~ Originate, be derived, take rise.

~5.~ Make an attack, make an assault.

~Descend~, _v. a._ Go down, move down.

~Descendants~, _n. pl._ Progeny, posterity, offspring.

~Descendent~, _a._ Descending.

~Descent~, _n._ ~1.~ Fall.

~2.~ Declivity, slope.

~3.~ Extraction, derivation, parentage.

~4.~ Attack, assault, incursion, foray, raid, hostile invasion.

~Describe~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Delineate, trace, draw, mark out.

~2.~ Represent (_by words_), portray, depict, explain, recount,
narrate, relate, give an account of, set forth.

~3.~ Characterize, specify the peculiarities of, set forth the
character of.

~Description~, _n._ ~1.~ Delineation, tracing.

~2.~ Representation, explanation, account, relation, recital, report,
narration, narrative.

~3.~ Sort, kind, class, species.

~Descry~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Discover, discern, espy, perceive, see, behold,
got sight of, get a glimpse of.

~2.~ Detect, recognize, find out, spy out.

~Desecrate~, _v. a._ Profane, abuse, pollute, prostitute, misuse,
pervert, treat sacrilegiously.

~Desecration~, _n._ Profanation, pollution, misuse, abuse,
prostitution, perversion.

~Desert~, _a._ Uninhabited, desolate, forsaken, wild, waste, barren,
untilled.

~Desert~, _n._ Wilderness, waste, solitude, deserted region.

~Desert~, _v. a._ Forsake, leave, quit, abandon, renounce, leave in
the lurch, turn one's back upon.

~Desert~, _n._ Deserving, due, merit or demerit.

~Deserted~, _a._ Forsaken, abandoned, relinquished, given up, cast off.

~Deserter~, _n._ ~1.~ Forsaker.

~2.~ Backslider, renegade, apostate, revolter, turncoat.

~Desertion~, _n._ Abandonment, relinquishment, dereliction.

~Deserve~, _v. a._ Merit, be worthy of, be entitled to.

~Desiccate~, _v. a._ Dry, exsiccate, dry up, make dry.

~Desiccative~, _a._ Drying.

~Desiccative~, _n._ Drier.

~Desiderate~, _v. a._ Desire, want, miss, lack, feel the want of, long
to have supplied.

~Desideratum~, _n._ [L. _pl. Desiderata_.] Object of desire, thing
wanted, want generally felt.

~Design~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Project, plan, devise, contrive, scheme,
concoct, brew, purpose, intend, mean, propose to one's self, have in
view.

~2.~ Draw, delineate, sketch, describe, trace out.

~Design~, _n._ ~1.~ Intention, intent, purpose, project, plan, device,
scheme, proposal, aim, intent, meaning, purport, drift, scope, object,
mark.

~2.~ Sketch, drawing, outline, delineation, plan, draught.

~Designate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Specify, particularize, distinguish, define,
indicate, denote, show, point out, mark out.

~2.~ Denominate, name, entitle, style, call, dub, term, characterize,
describe, christen.

~3.~ Appoint, assign, allot.

~Designation~, _n._ ~1.~ Indication, specification.

~2.~ Kind, class, description.

~3.~ Name, appellation, title, style, denomination, EPITHET.

~Designing~, _a._ Insidious, deceitful, artful, intriguing, sly, wily,
astute, subtle, cunning, crafty, arch, trickish, TRICKY, treacherous,
crooked, diplomatic, Machiavelian.

~Desirable~, _a._ Eligible, enviable, to be desired.

~Desire~, _n._ Wish, longing, craving, inclination, hankering,
aspiration, appetency.

~Desire~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Wish, crave, covet, want, fancy, wish for, long
for, hanker after, lust after, yearn for, aspire after.

~2.~ Solicit, request, ask.

~Desirous~, _a._ Eager, longing, solicitous, desiring, feeling a desire.

~Desist~, _v. n._ Cease, stop, pause, forbear, stay, leave off, break
off, give over.

~Desman~, _n._ Muscovy, MUSK-RAT (_Mygale moschata_).

~Desolate~, _a._ ~1.~ Uninhabited, unfrequented, desert, forsaken,
dreary, wild, waste, barren.

~2.~ Lonely, solitary, companionless.

~3.~ Ruined, destroyed, devastated, ravaged, laid waste.

~4.~ Comfortless, cheerless, miserable, wretched, forlorn.

~Desolate~, _v. a._ Ravage, devastate, depopulate, ruin, destroy,
despoil, sack, ransack, lay waste.

~Desolation~, _n._ ~1.~ Ruin, devastation, ravage, destruction.

~2.~ Gloom, gloominess, sadness, unhappiness, wretchedness, misery.

~Despair~, _n._ Desperation, loss of hope, complete or utter
hopelessness.

~Despair~, _v. n._ Despond, lose all hope, give up all expectation, be
without any hope.

~Despatch~, _v. a._ [Written also _Dispatch_.] ~1.~ Send away (_in
haste_).

~2.~ Kill, slay, slaughter, assassinate, put to death, send out of the
world.

~3.~ Hasten, expedite, accelerate, forward, speed, quicken, push or
urge forward, press or urge on, make short work of.

~Despatch~, _n._ ~1.~ Speed, haste, expedition.

~2.~ Message (_expeditiously sent_), communication, telegram.

~Desperado~, _n._ Dare-devil, desperate fellow.

~Desperate~, _a._ ~1.~ Despairing, hopeless, without hope.

~2.~ Wretched, forlorn, beyond hope.

~3.~ Rash, reckless, precipitate, headlong, frantic.

~Desperation~, _n._ Despair, hopelessness.

~Despicable~, _a._ Contemptible, pitiful, base, mean, abject, vile,
worthless, low, paltry.

~Despise~, _v. a._ Contemn, scorn, spurn, disdain, scout, slight,
disregard, hold in contempt, look down upon.

~Despite~, _n._ ~1.~ Malevolence, malignity, malice, spite.

~2.~ Defiance, opposition, contempt.

~Despite~, _prep._ Notwithstanding, in spite of, in the face of, in
the teeth of.

~Despoil~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Strip, divest, deprive.

~2.~ Rob, plunder, pillage, fleece.

~Despond~, _v. n._ DESPAIR, be cast down, be disheartened, lose hope,
lose courage, be despondent, give up, abandon hope.

~Despondency~, _n._ Dejection, discouragement, depression, sadness,
MELANCHOLY, gloom, blues, blue devils, lowness of spirits.

~Despondent~, _a._ Dispirited, disheartened, discouraged, dejected,
depressed, MELANCHOLY, low-spirited, in low spirits.

~Despot~, _n._ Autocrat, dictator, tyrant, absolute sovereign,
absolute ruler.

~Despotic~, _a._ Absolute, arbitrary, imperious, tyrannical, autocratic.

~Despotical~, _a._ Absolute, arbitrary, imperious, tyrannical,
autocratic.

~Despotism~, _n._ Autocracy, absolutism, dictatorship, tyranny,
absolute power, arbitrary rule.

~Desquamation~, _n._ (_Med._) Exfoliation.

~Destination~, _n._ ~1.~ Fate, lot, doom, fortune, star, destiny.

~2.~ Purpose, design, end, object, aim, scope, drift.

~3.~ Goal, harbor, haven, landing-place, resting-place.

~Destine~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Appoint, ordain, allot, devote, consecrate.

~2.~ Doom, decree.

~Destiny~, _n._ ~1.~ Lot, doom, fortune, fate, star, destination.

~2.~ Fate, necessity, decrees of fate, wheel of fortune.

~Destitute of~, Wanting, without, devoid of, unprovided with.

~Destitute~, _a._ Indigent, needy, poor, penniless, necessitous,
distressed, reduced, pinched, short of money, out of money, out of
cash, out of pocket, in need, in want, moneyless.

~Destitution~, _n._ Indigence, want, need, poverty, penury, privation.

~Destroy~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Demolish, overturn, overthrow, subvert, raze,
ruin, throw down, pull down, break up, sap the foundations of.

~2.~ Annihilate, quench, put an end to, bring to nought.

~3.~ Waste, ravage, desolate, devastate, devour, lay waste, make
desolate, swallow up, ravage with fire and sword.

~4.~ Extirpate, eradicate, uproot, kill, slay, extinguish, carry off,
root out, grub up, pluck up by the roots, cut up root and branch,
strike at the root of, give a death blow to, scatter to the winds.

~Destruction~, _n._ ~1.~ Demolition, subversion, overthrow, ruin,
havoc, shipwreck.

~2.~ Desolation, devastation, ravage.

~3.~ Eradication, extirpation, extinction.

~4.~ Death, slaughter, murder, massacre.

~Destructive~, _a._ Ruinous, pernicious, deleterious, baleful,
mischievous, fatal, deadly.

~Desuetude~, _n._ Disuse, discontinuance, non-observance.

~Desultory~, _a._ Immethodical, unconnected, unsystematic, irregular,
fitful, capricious, rambling, wandering, roving, discursive, cursory,
slight, by fits and starts.

~Detach~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Separate, disjoin, disengage, disunite, sever,
dissever, part, divide.

~2.~ Detail, send away.

~Detail~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Relate, recount, narrate, rehearse, delineate,
portray, depict, enumerate, particularize, describe, set forth.

~2.~ Detach, send away.

~Detail~, _n._ Account, narration, narrative, relation, recital.

~Details~, _n. pl._ Particulars, minutiæ, distinct parts, minor
circumstances.

~Detain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Restrain, stay, check, delay, retain, stop,
keep back.

~2.~ Confine, hold in custody.

~Detect~, _v. a._ Discover, expose, descry, find out, bring to light,
lay open.

~Detection~, _n._ Discovery.

~Detent~, _n._ Pawl, click, catch, ratchet.

~Deter~, _v. a._ Restrain, hinder, discourage, withhold (_by fear_).

~Detergent~, _a._ Cleansing, detersive.

~Deteriorate~, _v. a._ impair, make worse.

~Deteriorate~, _v. n._ Degenerate, grow worse.

~Deterioration~, _n._ Debasement, degradation, depravation,
degeneracy, degenerateness, vitiation, perversion.

~Determinable~, _a._ Definable, that may be determined.

~Determinate~, _a._ ~1.~ Determine, definite, fixed, limited, settled,
established, explicit, positive, express, absolute, certain.

~2.~ Decisive, conclusive, definitive, decided.

~Determination~, _n._ ~1.~ Decision, resolution, conclusion, judgment,
purpose, resolve.

~2.~ Direction, tendency, leaning.

~3.~ (_Law._) Ceasing, termination.

~Determine~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Settle, decide, adjust, conclude, end, fix.

~2.~ Ascertain, certify, verify, find out, make out, fix upon.

~3.~ Influence, lead, induce, give direction to.

~4.~ (_Law._) Bring to an end, put an end to, cause to terminate.

~Determine~, _v. n._ Conclude, decide, resolve.

~Detersive~, _a._ Cleansing, detergent.

~Detest~, _v. a._ Hate (_extremely_), abominate, abhor, loathe,
nauseate, shrink from, recoil from.

~Detestable~, _a._ ~1.~ Execrable, abominable, odious, hateful,
cursed, accursed, abhorred, damnable, shocking.

~2.~ Loathsome, disgusting, sickening, repulsive, offensive, nauseating.

~Detestation~, _n._ ~1.~ Hatred, abhorrence, abomination, detestation.

~2.~ Loathing, disgust, antipathy.

~Dethrone~, _v. a._ Depose, drive from the throne.

~Detonate~, _v. n._ Explode (_with a loud report_), detonize.

~Detonate~, _v. a._ Detonize, cause to explode.

~Detonation~, _n._ Explosion.

~Detonize~, _v. n._ DETONATE.

~Detonize~, _v. a._ DETONATE.

~Détour~, _n._ [Fr.] Circuitous route, indirect way, roundabout way.

~Detract from~, Depreciate, disparage, decry, asperse, abuse,
calumniate, vilify, traduce, defame, derogate from.

~Detraction~, _n._ Depreciation, slander, calumny, defamation,
disparagement, derogation, censure.

~Detractor~, _n._ Slanderer, defamer, calumniator, vilifier.

~Detriment~, _n._ Loss, damage, injury, disadvantage, mischief,
prejudice, evil, harm, hurt.

~Detrimental~, _a._ Injurious, hurtful, mischievous, pernicious,
prejudicial.

~Detrude~, _v. a._ Depress, lower, sink, drop, thrust down, force
down, thrust into a lower place.

~Detrusion~, _n._ Depression, lowering.

~Deuce~, _n._ ~1.~ Two (_said of cards or dice with two spots_).

~2.~ [_Low._] Devil.

~Deutoxide~, _n._ Binoxide.

~Devastate~, _v. a._ Ravage, pillage, plunder, sack, spoil, despoil,
destroy, desolate, strip, lay waste.

~Devastation~, _n._ Ravage, desolation, destruction, havoc, ruin,
waste, pillage, rapine.

~Develop~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Unfold, evolve, disclose, exhibit, unravel,
disentangle, make known, lay open.

~2.~ Cause to grow, advance to maturity.

~Develop~, _v. n._ Unfold, open, grow, be developed.

~Development~, _n._ ~1.~ Unfolding, disclosure, exhibition,
unravelling, disentanglement.

~2.~ Growth, increase, progress to maturity.

~Deviate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Digress, diverge, deflect, veer, tack, wheel,
turn aside, alter one's course, wheel about.

~2.~ Err, stray, swerve, wander, go astray, go out of one's way, lose
one's way.

~Deviate~, _v. a._ Turn aside, cause to deviate.

~Deviation~, _n._ ~1.~ Divergence, departure, depression,
divarication, turning, aberration.

~2.~ Difference, variation, variance, change, alteration.

~3.~ Error, offence, iniquity, sin.

~Device~, _n._ ~1.~ Contrivance, scheme, design, plan, project,
expedient, shift, resort, resource.

~2.~ Artifice, stratagem, wile, ruse, manœuvre, trick, fraud, evasion.

~3.~ Emblem, symbol, type, sign.

~Devil~, _n._ ~1.~ Satan, Lucifer, Belial, Apollyon, arch-fiend, arch-
enemy, the tempter. DEUCE, the evil one, the man of sin, the wicked
one, the old serpent, the prince of darkness, the foul fiend, the
Enemy, the Adversary.

~2.~ Demon, evil spirit.

~Devilish~, _a._ Diabolical, satanic, infernal, atrocious, impious,
wicked.

~Deviltry~, _n._ Mischief, wickedness, diablery, diabolical conduct.

~Devious~, _a._ ~1.~ Deviating, erratic, wandering, out of the common
way.

~2.~ Erratic, going astray.

~Devise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Contrive, invent, imagine, plan, scheme,
project, brew, concert, concoct, COMPASS.

~2.~ Bequeath, demise, leave, give by will.

~Devise~, _n._ Bequest, legacy.

~Devoid~, _a._ Vacant, empty, destitute, void.

~Devoirs~, _n. pl._ [Fr.] Respects.

~Devolve~, _v. a._ Alienate, transfer, demise, consign, convey,
deliver over, make over.

~Devolve~, _v. n._ Fall (_by succession or by inheritance_), pass, be
transferred, be handed over.

~Devote~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Appropriate (_by vow_), consecrate, dedicate,
destine, set apart.

~2.~ Addict, apply, resign, give up.

~3.~ Doom, give over.

~Devoted~, _a._ ~1.~ Attached, loving, affectionate.

~2.~ Ardent, zealous, earnest.

~Devotee~, _n._ Bigot, fanatic, zealot, enthusiast.

~Devotion~, _n._ ~1.~ Consecration, dedication.

~2.~ Piety, religion, devoutness, religiousness, devotedness,
holiness, sanctity, saintliness, godliness.

~3.~ Worship, adoration, prayer.

~4.~ Attachment, affection, love.

~5.~ Ardor, earnestness, eagerness, zeal.

~Devotional~, _a._ Devout, religions, pious, saintly, godly.

~Devour~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Gorge, engorge, eat heartily, swallow eagerly.

~2.~ Destroy, consume, waste, spend, expend, swallow up.

~Devout~, _a._ ~1.~ Religious, pious, holy, saintly, devotional,
godly, saint-like, heavenly-minded.

~2.~ Sincere, earnest, serious, grave, solemn.

~Dew-worm~, _n._ Earth-worm, lob-worm (_Lumbricus terrestris_).

~Dexterity~, _n._ Skill, skilfulness, adroitness, expertness,
readiness, facility, aptness, aptitude, address, quickness,
cleverness, knack, ability, tact, art.

~Dexterous~, _a._ Skilful, adroit, expert, handy, apt, ready, quick,
clever, able.

~Diablery~, _n._ Mischief, wickedness, deviltry, diabolical conduct.

~Diabolic~, _a._ Devilish, infernal, satanic, impious, atrocious,
wicked.

~Diabolical~, _a._ Devilish, infernal, satanic, impious, atrocious,
wicked.

~Diacoustics~, _n._ Diaphonics.

~Diadem~, _n._ ~1.~ Crown.

~2.~ Empire, sovereignty.

~Diagnostic~, _a._ Distinguishing, characteristic.

~Diagram~, _n._ Figure.

~Dial~, _n._ Sun-dial.

~Dialect~, _n._ ~1.~ Provincialism, idiom.

~2.~ Language, tongue, speech, form of speech.

~Dialectic~, _a._ ~1.~ Logical.

~2.~ Idiomatic.

~Dialectical~, _a._ ~1.~ Logical.

~2.~ Idiomatic.

~Dialectician~, _n._ Logician, reasoner.

~Dialectics~, _n._ ~1.~ Application of logical principles, applied
logic.

~2.~ Logic, science of the laws of thought, science of reasoning.

~Dialogue~, _n._ Colloquy, conference.

~Diameter~, _n._ Distance through the centre (_as of a circle_).

~Diamond~, _n._ ~1.~ Adamant, BRILLIANT, crystallized carbon.

~2.~ Rhombus, lozenge.

~Diaphaneity~, _n._ Transparency, translucency, pellucidness.

~Diaphanous~, _a._ Transparent, translucent, pellucid, clear.

~Diaphonics~, _n._ Diacoustics.

~Diaphragm~, _n._ Midriff.

~Diarrhœa~, _n._ (_Med._) Relax, flux, purging, looseness of the
bowels.

~Diarthrosis~, _n._ (_Med._) Abarticulation.

~Diary~, _n._ Journal, register, chronicle.

~Diatribe~, _n._ ~1.~ Disputation, dissertation, disquisition.

~2.~ Invective, philippic.

~Dicker~, _v. n._ [_Colloquial U. S._] Barter.

~Dictate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Prescribe, direct, ordain, command, order,
bid, require, decree.

~2.~ Utter (_so that another may repeat or write_).

~Dictate~, _n._ ~1.~ Injunction, command, order, decree.

~2.~ Precept, maxim, rule.

~Dictation~, _n._ Prescription, direction.

~Dictator~, _n._ Despot, autocrat, absolute ruler.

~Dictatorial~, _a._ ~1.~ Absolute, unlimited, unrestricted.

~2.~ Imperious, authoritative, overbearing, domineering, tyrannical.

~Dictatorship~, _n._ Despotism, absolutism, tyranny, arbitrary power,
absolute power, iron rule.

~Diction~, _n._ Style, phraseology, language, expression, mode or
manner of expression, turn of expression, form of expression.

~Dictionary~, _n._ ~1.~ Lexicon, vocabulary, GLOSSARY, word-book.

~2.~ Encyclopædia, alphabetical summary (_in any department of
knowledge_).

~Dictum~, _n._ (L. _pl. Dicta._) ~1.~ Saying, assertion, affirmation.

~2.~ (_Law._) Extrajudicial opinion.

~Didactic~, _a._ Preceptive.

~Didactical~, _a._ Preceptive.

~Didapper~, _n._ Dab-chick, dob-chick (_Podiceps minor_).

~Diddle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Totter.

~2.~ Trifle, dawdle, waste time.

~Diddle~, _v. a._ Cheat, cozen, deceive, trick, dupe, chouse,
circumvent, gull, overreach, delude, impose upon.

~Die~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Expire, decease, depart, leave the world, draw the
last breath, cease to exist, give up the ghost, pay the debt of
nature, take one's last sleep, shuffle off this mortal coil, go the
way of all flesh, go to one's last home, be numbered with the dead,
cross the Styx, cross the Stygian ferry, POP OFF, KICK THE BUCKET.

~2.~ Wither, perish, lose life.

~3.~ Cease, vanish, disappear, come to nothing, come to an end, be
lost, be heard of no more.

~Die away~, Subside, grow less and less, decrease gradually.

~Die~, _n._ ~1.~ Small cube (_for gaming_).

~2.~ Dado, cube of a pedestal.

~3.~ Stamp.

~Diet~, _n._ ~1.~ Food, provision, victuals, aliment, nutriment,
nourishment, subsistence, provision, fare, viands, regimen, cheer,
rations, commons.

~2.~ Assembly, convention, council, convocation, congress.

~Diet~, _v. n._ Eat sparingly, eat by rule.

~Differ~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Vary, be unlike.

~2.~ Disagree, be of a different opinion, think differently.

~3.~ Wrangle, quarrel, contend, bicker, be at variance.

~Difference~, _n._ ~1.~ Dissimilarity, variation, diversity,
disparity, dissimilitude.

~2.~ Variance, alienation, misunderstanding, dissension, jarring,
breach, rupture, schism, contest, quarrel, dispute, debate,
controversy, altercation, bickering, wrangle, strife, falling out.

~3.~ Distinction, discrimination.

~Different~, _a._ ~1.~ Distinct, separate, not the same.

~2.~ Unlike, dissimilar, various, diverse, manifold.

~Differential~, _a._ Discriminating.

~Difficult~, _a._ ~1.~ Hard, arduous. Herculean, up-hill, beset with
difficulty.

~2.~ Austere, rigid, unyielding, unaccommodating.

~3.~ Fastidious, dainty, squeamish, hard to please.

~Difficulty~, _n._ ~1.~ Arduousness.

~2.~ Obstacle, impediment, bar, obstruction, barrier, hinderance,
trouble, perplexity, exigency, trial, dilemma, embarrassment,
emergency, pinch, pickle, stand, dead-set, set fast, dead-lock, dead-
stand, stand-still, horns of a dilemma, up-hill work, sea of troubles,
peck of troubles, hard row to hoe, hard nut to crack.

~Diffidence~, _n._ ~1.~ Distrust, doubt.

~2.~ Bashfulness, timidity, sheepishness, extreme modesty, distrust of
one's self, lack or want of self-reliance.

~Diffident~, _a._ ~1.~ Distrustful, doubtful.

~2.~ Bashful, timid, sheepish, over-modest, distrustful of one's self.

~Diffuse~, _v. a._ Disperse, scatter, disseminate, spread, circulate,
propagate, distribute, pour out, send abroad, spread abroad.

~Diffuse~, _a._ Prolix, copious, rambling, loose, verbose, wordy,
diffusive, long-winded, long-spun, spun out.

~Diffusion~, _n._ Dispersion, spread, extension, propagation,
circulation, distribution.

~Diffusive~, _a._ ~1.~ Expansive.

~2.~ Prolix, verbose, DIFFUSE.

~Dig~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Excavate, delve, scoop, SCRATCH, hollow out.

~2.~ Break up (_with a spade, hoe, &c._).

~Dig~, _v. n._ Delve, work with a spade, hoe, &c.

~Dig~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Low._] Punch, poke, thrust.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Innuendo, insinuation, oblique hint, sly remark.

~3.~ [_At colleges_, _U. S._] Plodding student.

~Digest~, _n._ ~1.~ Pandect.

~2.~ Code, system.

~3.~ Abridgment, abstract, compend, compendium, epitome, summary,
synopsis, conspectus, breviary, brief, sum and substance.

~Digest~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Methodize, systematize, arrange, codify,
classify, dispose, reduce to order.

~2.~ Concoct, convert into chyme.

~3.~ Study, ponder, consider, contemplate, reflect upon, think on,
meditate upon, con over, revolve in the mind.

~4.~ (_Chem._) Soften by a gentle heat, macerate, steep, soak.

~Digestion~, _n._ ~1.~ Methodizing, digesting, classifying.

~2.~ Conversion of food into chyme.

~3.~ Macerating, maceration, steeping.

~Dignified~, _a._ Stately, noble, majestic, august, grave, imposing.

~Dignify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Advance, promote, exalt, ennoble, prefer to
office.

~2.~ Honor, grace, adorn, give lustre to, add dignity to.

~Dignity~, _n._ ~1.~ Rank, elevation, standing, station, place,
greatness, eminence, exaltation, glory, honor, reputableness,
respectability.

~2.~ Stateliness, grandeur, majesty, nobleness, lofty bearing or
conduct, elevation of aspect or deportment.

~3.~ Honor, preferment, high station or office.

~4.~ Magistrate, dignitary, person in office.

~Digress~, _v. n._ Deviate, diverge, wander, turn aside.

~Digression~, _n._ ~1.~ Deviation, divergence, departure.

~2.~ Episode, incidental passage.

~Dilacerate~, _v. a._ Tear, lacerate, rend, rend asunder.

~Dilapidate~, _v. a._ Waste, ruin, destroy, pull down, throw down,
suffer to go to ruin.

~Dilapidated~, _a._ Decayed, ruined, wasted, in ruins.

~Dilapidation~, _n._ Ruin, decay, downfall.

~Dilatation~, _n._ Expansion, expanding, DILATION, swelling.

~Dilate~, _v. a._ Expand, extend, enlarge, widen, distend, swell.

~Dilate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Expand, widen, be distended.

~2.~ Expatiate, descant, enlarge, dwell, be diffuse, be prolix, launch
out, branch out, spin a long yarn, beat about the bush.

~Dilation~, _n._ [_Modern._] Dilatation, expansion, expanding,
swelling, bloating.

~Dilatory~, _a._ Slow, tardy, lingering, loitering, sluggish, laggard,
lagging, behindhand, backward, procrastinating.

~Dilemma~, _n._ Quandary, strait, difficult choice, puzzling
alternative, awkward or bad predicament.

~Dilettante~, _n._ [It.] ~1.~ Amateur, connoisseur, virtuoso, critic,
man of taste.

~2.~ Pretender to taste (_in the fine arts_).

~Diligence~, _n._ Assiduity (_in some specific pursuit_),
assiduousness, activity, sedulousness, perseverance, INDUSTRY, steady
application (_to some pursuit that one likes_).

~Diligent~, _a._ Assiduous, sedulous, industrious, active, busy,
persevering, notable, hard-working, at work, diligently employed,
busily engaged, up and stirring, busy as a bee, brisk as a bee.

~Dillydally~, _v. n._ Loiter, linger, delay, lag, saunter, trifle,
idle away time.

~Dilute~, _v. a._ Attenuate, reduce, weaken, make thin, make weak.

~Dilute~, _a._ Thin, diluted, attenuated, weak, not strong.

~Diluvium~, _n._ (_Geol._) Drift.

~Dim~, _a._ ~1.~ Dusky, dark, obscure, shadowy, cloudy, not luminous.

~2.~ Dull, obtuse, slow to see.

~3.~ Darkened, obscured, clouded, faint, confused, shorn of its beams.

~Dim~, _v. a._ Darken, obscure, cloud.

~Dime~, _n._ Ten cents.

~Dimension~, _n._ ~1.~ Extent, extension, measure (_in one direction_).

~2.~ (_Algebra._) Literal factor.

~Dimensions~, _n. pl._ Size, magnitude, bulk, volume, bigness,
capacity, amplitude, greatness, largeness, mass, massiveness.

~Dim-eyed~, _a._ Dim-sighted, blear-eyed.

~Diminish~, _v. a._ Lessen, decrease, abate, reduce, make smaller.

~Diminish~, _v. n._ Decrease, lessen, abate, subside, grow or become
less, be reduced.

~Diminution~, _n._ Decrease, lessening, decrement, reduction, abatement.

~Diminutive~, _a._ Little, small, dwarfish, tiny, puny, pygmean,
contracted, minute, of small size.

~Dim-sighted~, _a._ Dim-eyed, blear-eyed.

~Din~, _n._ Noise, uproar, racket, clamor, clatter, hubbub, HALLABALOO.

~Dingle~, _n._ Dale, dell, vale, valley, glen.

~Dingy~, _a._ ~1.~Dun, dusky, brown.

~2.~Soiled, sullied, dirty.

~Dint~, _n._ ~1.~Dent, indentation.

~2.~Force, power.

~Diocese~, _n._ Bishopric, see, jurisdiction or charge of a bishop.

~Diodon~, _n._ Globe-fish, puffer.

~Dioxide~, _n._ Suboxide.

~Dip~, _v. a._ ~1.~Immerse, plunge, douse, souse.

~2.~Take out (_with a ladle, cup, &c._).

~Dip~, _v. n._ ~1.~Thrust a ladle (_cup, &c., into a liquid_).

~2.~Incline, tend downward.

~3.~Engage cursorily, enter slightly.

~4.~ Dive, plunge, duck, pitch, immerse one's self.

~Diplomacy~, _n._ ~1.~Art of negotiating.

~2.~Artful management.

~Diplomate~, _n._ [Fr.] DIPLOMATIST.

~Diplomatist~, _n._ Negotiator, diplomate.

~Dire~, _a._ Dreadful, fearful, direful, shocking, terrible, horrid,
horrible, awful, terrific, tremendous.

~Direct~, _a._ ~1.~Straight, in a right line, not crooked.

~2.~From father to son, not collateral.

~3.~Plain, express, categorical, unambiguous, not equivocal.

~4.~ Open, sincere, ingenuous, frank, outspoken.

~5.~ (_Astron._) In the order of the signs, not retrograde.

~Direct~, _v. a._ ~1.~Aim, point, cast, turn.

~2.~Regulate, dispose, manage, conduct, control, govern.

~3.~Order, command, instruct, prescribe to, give directions to.

~4.~ Guide, lead, put upon the right track.

~5.~ Address, superscribe.

~Direction~, _n._ ~1.~Aim.

~2.~Tendency, line of motion.

~3.~Course, bearing, point of compass.

~4.~ Management, oversight, superintendence, government, control.

~5.~ Guidance, lead.

~6.~ Order, command, prescription.

~7.~ Address, superscription.

~Directly~, _ad._ ~1.~In a straight line, in a straight course.

~2.~Expressly, absolutely, unambiguously, openly, without
circumlocution.

~3.~Immediately, quickly, promptly, speedily, soon, presently,
forthwith, instantly, INSTANTER, in a short time, without delay.

~Director~, _n._ ~1.~Superintendent, manager, BOSS.

~2.~Guide, counsellor, adviser, instructor, mentor, monitor.

~Direful~, _a._ Dreadful, fearful, horrible, terrible, shocking,
horrid, terrific, awful, tremendous, dire.

~Dirge~, _n._ Elegy, funeral song, mournful song.

~Dirt~, _n._ Filth, foul matter.

~Dirty~, _a._ ~1.~Unclean, foul, filthy, nasty, soiled, begrimed.

~2.~Clouded, cloudy, dark, sullied.

~3.~Mean, base, vile, low, grovelling, sneaking, pitiful, paltry,
beggarly, scurvy, shabby, despicable, contemptible.

~Dirty~, _v. a._ Foul, befoul, soil, defile, draggle, daggle.

~Disability~, _n._ ~1.~Disqualification.

~2.~Inability, incapacity, incompetence, impotence, incapability.

~Disable~, _v. a._ ~1.~Weaken, enfeeble, cripple, paralyze, unman,
disenable, deprive of strength.

~2.~Disqualify, incapacitate, unfit, make incapable.

~Disabuse~, _v. a._ Undeceive, set right.

~Disadvantage~, _n._ ~1.~Unfavorableness.

~2.~Injury, loss, damage, detriment, disservice, prejudice, hurt.

~Disadvantageous~, _a._ ~1.~Unfavorable, ineligible, inconvenient.

~2.~Injurious, prejudicial, hurtful, detrimental, deleterious.

~Disaffect~, _v. a._ Alienate, estrange, make unfriendly.

~Disaffected~, _a._ Alienated, estranged, dissatisfied, disloyal.

~Disaffection~, _n._ Alienation, estrangement, breach, disagreement,
dissatisfaction, disloyalty, ill-will.

~Disagree~, _v. n._ ~1.~Differ, vary, be unlike.

~2.~Dissent, be of different opinions, differ in opinion.

~3.~Quarrel, wrangle, bicker, fall out.

~4.~ Be unsuitable, be unfit, be unsuited.

~Disagreeable~, _a._ Unpleasant, unpleasing, displeasing, distasteful,
offensive.

~Disagreement~, _n._ ~1.~Difference, dissimilarity, unlikeness,
dissimilitude, diversity, discrepancy.

~2.~Dissent, difference of opinion.

~3.~Discord, variance, misunderstanding, dissension, jarring,
clashing, strife, quarrel, dispute, wrangle, bickering.

~Disallow~, _v. a._ ~1.~Prohibit, forbid, refuse permission to.

~2.~Reject, disapprove, set aside, refuse or decline to sanction.

~3.~Disavow, disclaim, disown, deny.

~Disannul~, _v. a._ Nullify, cancel, rescind, quash, vacate, annul,
abolish, abrogate, render void, set aside, do away.

~Disappear~, _v. n._ Vanish, be lost to view, pass out of sight.

~Disappoint~, _v. a._ Balk, frustrate, foil, defeat, battle, disconcert.

~Disappointment~, _n._ Failure, miscarriage, frustration, ill success,
want of success.

~Disapprobation~, _n._ Dislike, displeasure, censure, disapproval.

~Disapproval~, _n._ Disapprobation.

~Disapprove~, _v. a._ ~1.~Dislike, condemn, censure, regard as wrong.

~2.~Reject, disallow, refuse or decline to sanction.

~Disarm~, _v. a._ ~1.~Deprive of arms.

~2.~Disable, incapacitate; render powerless, harmless, or innocuous.

~Disarrange~, _v. a._ Disorder, unsettle, derange, disturb, put out of
order, throw into disorder, throw into confusion.

~Disarray~, _n._ Confusion, disorder.

~Disaster~, _n._ Mishap, misfortune, reverse, mischance, calamity,
catastrophe, blow, stroke, casualty.

~Disastrous~, _a._ Calamitous, unfortunate, unlucky, hapless,
untoward, unprosperous, ill-fated, ill-starred.

~Disavow~, _v. a._ Disclaim, disown, deny, disallow.

~Disband~, _v. a._ Break up, dismiss from military service.

~Disband~, _v. n._ Separate, disperse, scatter, break up, retire from
military service.

~Disbelief~, _n._ ~1.~Scepticism, infidelity, refusal to believe.

~2.~Distrust, incredulity, want of belief.

~Disbelieve~, _v. a._ Discredit, not believe, refuse to credit, hold
or consider not to be true.

~Disbeliever~, _n._ Unbeliever, sceptic, infidel, MISCREANT.

~Disburden~, _v. a._ Disencumber, unburden, unload, disburthen, ease,
rid, free, relieve.

~Disburse~, _v. a._ Spend, expend, lay out, pay out.

~Disbursement~, _n._ Expenditure.

~Disburthen~, _v. a._ DISBURDEN.

~Discard~, _v. a._ ~1.~Reject, throw or thrust aside, throw away, cast
away, lay aside, cast off.

~2.~Dismiss, discharge, cashier, break, cast off, turn away.

~Discern~, _v. a._ ~1.~Discriminate, distinguish, note the
distinctions of.

~2.~Perceive, see, discover, descry, behold, espy.

~Discern~, _v. n._ Discriminate, judge, make distinction.

~Discernible~, _a._ Perceptible, discoverable, to be discerned.

~Discerning~, _a._ Discriminating, knowing, sagacious, perspicacious,
judicious, acute, intelligent, ingenious, clear-headed, clear-sighted,
keen-sighted, quick-sighted, eagle-eyed, hawk-eyed, Argus-eyed.

~Discernment~, _n._ Discrimination, sagacity, shrewdness, sharpness,
brightness, astuteness, acuteness, cleverness, perspicacity,
ingenuity, penetration, insight, judgment, intelligence, mother wit,
quick parts.

~Discharge~, _v. a._ ~1.~Unload, disburden, unburden, relieve of a load.

~2.~Emit, expel, excrete, eject, throw off, send out, give forth.

~3.~Set off, fire off, let fly, give vent to, shoot, fire.

~4.~Pay, liquidate, cash.

~5.~Release, absolve, exonerate, acquit, clear, relieve, liberate,
free, set free.

~6.~ Dismiss, discard, cashier, break, turn away, send away.

~7.~ Remove, destroy, put away, clear from.

~8.~ Perform, execute, fulfil, observe, acquit one's self of.

~9.~ Remove, take out (_as the cargo of a vessel_).

~10.~ (_Law._) Cancel, rescind, annul, nullify, invalidate, make void.

~Discharge~, _n._ ~1.~Unloading, disburdening.

~2.~Emission, ejection, expulsion, excretion, vent, evacuation.

~3.~Firing, explosion, blast, burst, firing off.

~4.~Observance, performance, fulfilment, execution.

~5.~Payment, settlement, liquidation, satisfaction, clearance.

~6.~ Release, liberation, exemption.

~7.~ Acquittal, exoneration, absolution.

~Disciple~, _n._ ~1.~Scholar, pupil, learner.

~2.~Follower, adherent, partisan, supporter, retainer.

~Disciplinarian~, _n._ MARTINET, enforcer of discipline.

~Discipline~, _n._ ~1.~Instruction, training, drilling, drill,
exercise, education, culture, schooling, breeding.

~2.~Subjection, control, regulation, government.

~3.~Punishment, chastisement, correction, castigation.

~Discipline~, _v. a._ ~1.~Instruct, train, breed, educate, teach,
drill, exercise, form, bring up.

~2.~Regulate, control, govern, school, bring under subjection.

~3.~Punish, chastise, correct, castigate.

~Disclaim~, _v. a._ ~1.~Disown, disavow, deny any knowledge of.

~2.~Renounce, reject, cast off.

~Disclaimer~, _n._ ~1.~Disavowal.

~2.~(_Law._) Renunciation (_of a claim or a title_), relinquishment.

~Disclose~, _v. a._ ~1.~Uncover, expose, bring to view, bring to light.

~2.~Reveal, divulge, show, unfold, unvail, tell, utter, betray,
communicate, lay open, make known.

~Disclosure~, _n._ Revelation, exposure, discovery.

~Discolor~, _v. a._ Stain, tarnish, change the color of.

~Discomfit~, _v. a._ Defeat, overthrow, rout, overcome, overpower,
conquer, vanquish, subdue, beat, checkmate, put to flight, put down,
get the upper hand of, scatter in fight.

~Discomfiture~, _n._ Rout, defeat, overthrow, ruin.

~Discomfort~, _n._ Uneasiness, disquiet, inquietude, trouble, annoyance.

~Discommode~, _v. a._ Disturb, annoy, molest, trouble, disquiet,
incommode, inconvenience, put to inconvenience.

~Discompose~, _v. a._ ~1.~Disorder, derange, disarrange, embroil,
jumble, unsettle, confuse, disturb, throw into disorder or confusion.

~2.~Displease, disquiet, ruffle, agitate, harass, worry, annoy,
plague, trouble, vex, fret, nettle, irritate, provoke, chafe.

~3.~Disconcert, perplex, bewilder, embarrass, abash, put out.

~Discomposure~, _n._ ~1.~Derangement, confusion.

~2.~Agitation, disquiet, uneasiness, excitement, vexation, worry,
perturbation, annoyance.

~Disconcert~, _v. a._ ~1.~Frustrate, defeat, thwart, contravene,
interrupt, undo.

~2.~Discompose, confuse, perplex, bewilder, embarrass, disturb, abash,
put out.

~Disconnect~, _v. a._ Disjoin, separate, disengage, disunite, sever.

~Disconnection~, _n._ Disjunction, disassociation, disunion,
separation, isolation, severance.

~Disconsolate~, _a._ Inconsolable, desolate, forlorn, heart-broken,
broken-hearted, comfortless, cheerless, sorrowful, melancholy, sad.

~Discontent~, _n._ Dissatisfaction, uneasiness, inquietude.

~Discontinuance~, _n._ Cessation, intermission, suspension,
interruption, stoppage, stop, breaking off.

~Discontinue~, _v. a._ Intermit, stop, interrupt, break off, leave
off, put an end to.

~Discontinuous~, _a._ Interrupted, broken off.

~Discord~, _n._ ~1.~Disagreement, contention, strife, dissension.

~2.~Dissonance, discordance, harshness, jarring, want of harmony.

~Discordance~, _n._ ~1.~Disagreement, inconsistency, incongruity,
opposition, conflict.

~2.~Discord, dissonance.

~Discordancy~, _n._ ~1.~Disagreement, inconsistency, incongruity,
opposition, conflict.

~2.~Discord, dissonance.

~Discordant~, _a._ ~1.~Disagreeing, incongruous, contradictory,
contrary, opposite, repugnant, at variance.

~2.~Dissonant, harsh, jarring, inharmonious.

~Discount~, _n._ Allowance, deduction, reduction, drawback, abatement,
rebate.

~Discountenance~, _v. a._ [_Rare._] ~1.~ Abash, put to shame, put out
of countenance.

~2.~Discourage, disfavor, frown upon, show disapprobation of.

~Discourage~, _v. a._ ~1.~Dishearten, dispirit, depress, deject.

~2.~Dissuade, deter, keep back.

~3.~Disfavor, discountenance, throw cold water upon, put a damper on.

~Discouragement~, _n._ ~1.~Disheartening.

~2.~Dissuasion, dehortation, counter influence.

~3.~Embarrassment, hinderance, obstacle, impediment, damper, wet
blanket, cold water.

~Discourse~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Reason, reasoning faculty.

~2.~ Dissertation, treatise, disquisition, homily, sermon.

~3.~ Conversation, talk, oral communication, verbal intercourse.

~Discourse~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Speak, expatiate, hold forth, deliver a
discourse.

~2.~ Talk, converse, parley, confer, advise, hold a conversation, hold
a parley or conference, talk together.

~Discourse~, _v. a._ Utter, emit, give forth.

~Discourteous~, _a._ Uncivil, impolite, uncourtly, uncomplaisant,
ungentlemanly, disrespectful, inurbane, unmannerly, uncourteous, rude,
ill-bred, ill-mannered.

~Discourtesy~, _n._ Incivility, impoliteness, rudeness, inurbanity,
ill-breeding.

~Discover~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Reveal, communicate, tell, disclose, exhibit,
show, manifest, make manifest, impart, make known, lay open, lay bare,
expose to view.

~2.~ Ascertain, detect, find out, get the first knowledge of.

~3.~ Descry, discern, espy, see, behold, get sight of, get a glimpse of.

~Discovery~, _n._ ~1.~ Disclosure, revelation, making known.

~2.~ Finding, finding out.

~3.~ First sight, first view.

~Discredit~, _n._ ~1.~ Disbelief, distrust, doubt.

~2.~ Disrepute, dishonor, disgrace, reproach, opprobrium, obloquy,
odium, ignominy, ill repute.

~Discredit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disbelieve, give no credit to, place no
confidence in, refuse credence to.

~2.~ Disgrace, dishonor, bring reproach upon, make disreputable, BLOW
UPON, destroy confidence in, bring into disfavor, make distasteful.

~Discreditable~, _a._ Disgraceful, disreputable.

~Discreet~, _a._ Prudent, cautious, judicious, wise, circumspect,
considerate, heedful, wary; not rash, heedless, or headlong.

~Discrepance~, _n._ Difference, incongruity, disagreement,
contrariety, inconsistency, variation.

~Discrepancy~, _n._ Difference, incongruity, disagreement,
contrariety, inconsistency, variation.

~Discrepant~, _a._ Differing, disagreeing, incongruous, inconsistent,
contrary.

~Discrete~, _a._ ~1.~ Separate, distinct, disjunct, not continuous.

~2.~ Disjunctive, discretive.

~Discretion~, _n._ ~1.~ PRUDENCE (_in things immediately before us_),
judgment, caution, wariness, carefulness, circumspection,
considerateness, judiciousness.

~2.~ Will, pleasure, choice, liberty of judgment.

~Discretional~, _a._ Optional.

~Discretionary~, _a._ Optional.

~Discretive~, _a._ Disjunctive, discrete.

~Discriminate~, _v. a._ Distinguish, mark the difference between.

~Discriminate~, _v. n._ Distinguish, make a distinction, note
differences, judge nicely or accurately.

~Discrimination~, _n._ ~1.~ Distinction.

~2.~ Discernment, penetration, acuteness, judgment, sagacity, insight.

~Discriminative~, _a._ Discriminating, distinguishing, characterizing,
distinctive.

~Discursive~, _a._ ~1.~ Reasoning, argumentative, capable of reasoning.

~2.~ Roving, wandering, rambling, desultory, that takes a wide range.

~Discus~, _n._ Quoit, disk.

~Discuss~, _v. a._ Debate, sift, canvass, ventilate, agitate, argue,
reason about.

~Discussion~, _n._ Debate, ventilation, agitation, disquisition,
disputation, controversy, canvass.

~Disdain~, _v. a._ Despise, contemn, scout, scorn, spurn, look down
upon, hold in contempt, consider beneath notice.

~Disdain~, _n._ Scorn, contempt, contumely, haughtiness, arrogance,
HAUTEUR.

~Disdainful~, _a._ Scornful, contemptuous, supercilious, contumelious,
haughty, cavalier.

~Disease~, _n._ Disorder, distemper, malady, complaint, ail, ailment,
sickness, illness, indisposition.

~Diseased~, _a._ Disordered, distempered, unsound, sickly, sick.

~Disembark~, _v. a._ Land, put on shore.

~Disembark~, _v. n._ Land, go on shore.

~Disembarrass~, _v. a._ Disengage, extricate, release, disburden,
disencumber, ease, rid, free, clear, set free.

~Disembodied~, _a._ Unbodied, incorporeal, immaterial, spiritual.

~Disembogue~, _v. a._ Discharge (_at the mouth, as a river_), empty,
pour out, give vent to.

~Disembogue~, _v. n._ Issue, flow out (_at the mouth, as a river_),
discharge itself, be discharged.

~Disemboguement~, _n._ Discharge, issue.

~Disembowel~, _v. a._ Eviscerate, embowel, take out the bowels of.

~Disembroil~, _v. a._ Disentangle, free from perplexity, extricate
from confusion.

~Disenable~, _v. a._ Disqualify, disable, unfit, incapacitate, make
incapable.

~Disenchant~, _v. a._ Free from enchantment, deliver from illusions.

~Disencumber~, _v. a._ Disburden, disengage, disembarrass, release,
ease, rid, set free.

~Disengage~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Release, extricate, liberate, clear,
disentangle, disembroil, disembarrass, loose, unloose, free, set free.

~2.~ Separate, detach, divide, disjoin, disunite, dissociate.

~3.~ Withdraw, wean, draw off.

~Disengaged~, _a._ Unengaged, unoccupied, at leisure, not busy.

~Disengagement~, _n._ ~1.~ Detachment, separation.

~2.~ Liberation, release, extrication, disentanglement.

~3.~ Leisure, freedom from business.

~Disennoble~, _v. a._ Degrade, disgrace, make ignoble.

~Disentangle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Unravel, unfold, untwist.

~2.~ Extricate, disengage, disembroil, liberate, clear, loose,
unloose, free, set free.

~Disestablish~, _v. a._ [_Rare._] Abolish, overthrow, annul,
discontinue, abrogate, set aside, do away.

~Disestablishment~, n. [_Rare._] Abolition, annulment, discontinuance,
abrogation, overthrow, subversion, destruction, annihilation,
extinction.

~Disesteem~, _n._ Disregard, DISFAVOR.

~Disfavor~, _n._ Disregard, disesteem, dislike, disrespect.

~Disfigure~, _v. a._ Deform, deface, mar, injure, spoil, make ugly,
make unsightly.

~Disfigurement~, _n._ Defacement, injury.

~Disfranchise~, _v. a._ Deprive of a franchise, deprive of chartered
rights or the privileges of a citizen.

~Disfurnish~, _v. a._ Unfurnish, strip, divest, dismantle, disgarnish.

~Disgarnish~, _v. a._ DISFURNISH.

~Disgorge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Vomit, spew, cast up, throw up.

~2.~ Eject, discharge, throw out.

~3.~ Relinquish, surrender, yield, give up, give back.

~Disgrace~, _n._ ~1.~ Disfavor, degradation.

~2.~ Dishonor, discredit, disrepute, disesteem, shame, reproach,
ignominy, infamy, opprobrium, obloquy, odium, scandal, blot on one's
escutcheon.

~Disgrace~, _v. a._ Dishonor, discredit, degrade, debase, tarnish,
stain, sully, taint; bring shame, reproach, dishonor, or a stain upon.

~Disgraceful~, _a._ Shameful, ignominious, scandalous, dishonorable,
discreditable, disreputable, infamous, opprobrious.

~Disguise~, _v. a._ Conceal (_by dress or outward appearance_), cloak,
veil, shroud, muffle, mask, hide, dissemble.

~Disguise~, _n._ ~1.~ Mask, cover, counterfeit dress.

~2.~ False appearance, counterfeit show.

~Disguised~, _a._ ~1.~ Cloaked, masked, veiled, in disguise.

~2.~ Intoxicated, inebriated, drunken, drunk, fuddled, tipsy, mellow,
maudlin, SLEWED, GROGGY, in liquor, in one's cups, half seas over.

~Disgust~, _n._ ~1.~ Nausea, disrelish, distaste, loathing.

~2.~ Dislike, repugnance, aversion, antipathy, abomination,
detestation, abhorrence, hatred.

~Disgust~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Sicken, affect with nausea, turn one's
stomach, go against one's stomach.

~2.~ Displease, offend.

~Disgusting~, _a._ Nauseous, nauseating, loathsome, sickening,
repulsive, revolting, offensive, distasteful, odious, hateful, foul,
abominable.

~Dish~, _n._ ~1.~ PLATTER.

~2.~ Viand, article of food.

~Dishabille~, _n._ Undress, loose dress.

~Dishearten~, _v. a._ Dispirit, discourage, deject, depress.

~Dished~, _a._ [_Low._] ~1.~ Ruined, spoiled.

~2.~ Frustrated, balked, foiled, baffled, disconcerted, disappointed.

~Dishevelled~, _a._ Disordered (_as the hair_), untrimmed, hanging
loosely or negligently, at loose ends.

~Dishing~, _a._ Concave, dish-like.

~Dish-like~, _a._ Dishing, concave, shaped like a dish.

~Dishonest~, _a._ Faithless, knavish, false, unfair, disingenuous,
fraudulent, deceitful, treacherous, slippery, unscrupulous,
perfidious, wicked, false-hearted.

~Dishonesty~, _n._ Improbity, faithlessness, knavery, treachery,
falsehood, deceitfulness, perfidiousness, wickedness.

~Dishonor~, _n._ Dishonor, disgrace, discredit, disrepute, reproach,
degradation, shame, ignominy, obloquy, infamy, opprobrium, odium,
scandal, abasement.

~Dishonor~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disgrace, bring shame or reproach upon, stain
the character of.

~2.~ Violate, debauch, ravish, deflour.

~3.~ Refuse to accept or to pay (_as a draft_).

~Dishonorable~, _a._ Disreputable, discreditable, disgraceful,
shameful, scandalous, infamous, ignominious.

~Dish-washer~, _n._ Goosander, wagtail, dun-diver (_Mergus merganser_
or _Mergus castor_).

~Disinclination~, _n._ Indisposition, reluctance, repugnance,
aversion, unwillingness.

~Disincline~, _v. a._ Make averse.

~Disinclined~, _a._ Unwilling, indisposed, reluctant, averse.

~Disinfect~, _v. a._ Deodorize, fumigate, purify.

~Disingenuous~, _a._ Unfair, dishonest, insincere, uncandid, artful,
cunning, sly, insidious, deceitful, knavish, false, false-hearted, not
frank, not open.

~Disintegrate~, _v. a._ Crumble, reduce to fragments, break to pieces.

~Disinter~, _v. a._ Exhume, unbury, disentomb, dig up.

~Disinterested~, _a._ ~1.~ Unbiassed, impartial, indifferent.

~2.~ Generous, unselfish, liberal, magnanimous, high-minded.

~Disenthrall~, _v. a._ Liberate, free, release, set free.

~Disjoin~, _v. a._ Disunite, separate, divide, part, sunder, sever,
dissever, detach, dissociate.

~Disjoint~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dislocate, luxate, put out of joint.

~2.~ Unloose, disconnect, disjoin.

~Disjunction~, _n._ Separation, disconnection, disassociation,
disunion, isolation, severance.

~Disjunctive~, _a._ Disjoining, discretive.

~Disk~, _n._ ~1.~ Quoit, discus.

~2.~ Face (_of the sun, moon, &c._).

~Dislike~, _n._ Disinclination, aversion, distaste, disrelish,
antipathy, repugnance, displeasure, disgust.

~Dislike~, _v. a._ Disrelish, have an aversion to.

~Dislimb~, _v. a._ Dismember, mutilate.

~Dislocate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Displace, disarrange, disturb, put out of
place or out of order.

~2.~ Disjoint, luxate, put out of joint.

~Dislocation~, _n._ ~1.~ Derangement, displacement.

~2.~ Luxation, disjointing.

~Dislodge~, _v. a._ Expel, oust, eject, drive out, drive away.

~Disloyal~, _a._ Unfaithful, undutiful, disaffected, faithless, false,
treacherous, perfidious, not true in allegiance.

~Disloyalty~, _n._ Unfaithfulness, undutifulness, faithlessness,
treachery, perfidy, want of loyalty, lack of fidelity, dereliction of
allegiance.

~Dismal~, _a._ ~1.~ Cheerless, gloomy, dark, dull, dreary, lonesome.

~2.~ Melancholy, mournful, sad, doleful, dolorous, sombre, lugubrious,
funereal.

~3.~ Horrid, horrible, terrible, dire, frightful.

~Dismals~, _n. pl._ [With _The_ prefixed] MELANCHOLY, low spirits, the
BLUES.

~Dismantle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Unrig, strip of covering, deprive of
apparatus or furniture.

~2.~ Despoil, demolish, devastate, destroy, raze, pull to pieces.

~Dismay~, _v. a._ Terrify, frighten, appall, affright, scare, daunt,
alarm, intimidate, paralyze with fear.

~Dismay~, _n._ Terror, fright, affright, fear, alarm, horror,
consternation.

~Dismember~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mutilate, dislimb, disjoint.

~2.~ Divide, separate, sever, pull apart.

~Dismiss~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Send away, give leave to go, permit to go.

~2.~ Discharge, discard, cashier, turn off, turn out, remove from
office, turn adrift, send packing, send about one's business.

~Dismission~, _n._ ~1.~ Permission to go, leave to depart.

~2.~ Discharge, removal from office.

~Dismount~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Unhorse.

~2.~ Take down, bring down.

~Dismount~, _v. n._ Alight (_from a horse_), descend, get down.

~Disobedience~, _n._ Infraction or violation of a command.

~Disobedient~, _a._ Unsubmissive, uncomplying, refractory, obstinate.

~Disobey~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Refuse to obey, break the command of, refuse
submission to.

~2.~ Transgress, violate, infringe, set at defiance, go counter to.

~Disoblige~, _v. a._ Displease, offend.

~Disobliging~, _a._ Unaccommodating, unkind, unamiable, unfriendly,
ill-natured.

~Disorder~, _n._ ~1.~ Confusion, derangement, disarrangement,
disarray, disorganization, irregularity, jumble, want of order.

~2.~ Tumult, disturbance, commotion, turbulence, tumultuousness,
riotousness.

~3.~ Distemper, complaint, malady, sickness, disease, ail, ailment,
indisposition.

~Disorder~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Derange, disarrange, disturb, discompose,
confuse, unsettle, disorganize, throw into confusion, turn topsy-
turvy, put out of place.

~2.~ Impair the functions of, produce disease in.

~Disorderly~, _a._ ~1.~ Immethodical, irregular, confused, not in order.

~2.~ Lawless, rebellious, turbulent, unruly, tumultuous.

~Disorganization~, _n._ ~1.~ Disorder, derangement, confusion.

~2.~ Destruction, dissolution.

~Disorganize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disorder, derange, disarrange, put out of
order, throw into disorder.

~2.~ Destroy, break up.

~Disown~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disclaim, disavow, refuse to acknowledge.

~2.~ Deny, disallow.

~Disparage~, _v. a._ Depreciate, decry, reproach, traduce, vilify,
defame, undervalue, underrate, underestimate, run down, detract from,
derogate from, speak ill of, inveigh against.

~Disparagement~, _n._ Depreciation, derogation, detraction,
undervaluing, underrating, indignity, dishonor, disgrace, reproach,
dispraise.

~Disparity~, _n._ ~1.~ Inequality, difference, disproportion.

~2.~ Dissimilitude, unlikeness.

~Dispart~, _v. a._ Sunder, disunite, separate, divide, sever,
dissever, burst, rend, rive, cleave, split, break asunder.

~Dispart~, _v. n._ Separate, part.

~Dispassion~, _n._ Apathy, insensibility, impassibility, coldness,
dulness, torpor, indifference, unconcern, want of feeling.

~Dispassionate~, _a._ ~1.~ Unimpassioned, imperturbable, inexcitable,
unexcited, composed, collected, temperate, undisturbed, unruffled,
quiet, calm, cool, staid, serene, sober.

~2.~ Impartial, unbiassed, disinterested, indifferent.

~Dispatch~, _v. a._ [Written also _Despatch_.] ~1.~ Send away (in
_haste_).

~2.~ Kill, slay, slaughter, assassinate, put to death, send out of the
world.

~3.~ Hasten, expedite, accelerate, speed, quicken, forward, push or
urge forward, press or urge on, make short work of.

~Dispatch~, _n._ ~1.~ Speed, haste, expedition, promptness, celerity.

~2.~ Message, communication, telegram.

~Dispel~, _v. a._ Disperse (_completely_), scatter, dissipate, banish,
drive away.

~Dispensation~, _n._ ~1.~ Distribution, apportionment, allotment.

~2.~ Administration, stewardship.

~3.~ Scheme, plan, system, economy.

~4.~ Exemption (_from some law_), license.

~Dispensatory~, _n._ Pharmacopœia.

~Dispense~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Distribute, apportion, allot, deal out.

~2.~ Administer, apply, execute, carry out.

~Dispense with~, ~1.~ Do without.

~2.~ Disregard, neglect, set aside.

~3.~ [_Rare._] Excuse, exonerate.

~Dispenser~, _n._ Distributor, divider.

~Dispeople~, _v. a._ Depopulate, unpeople.

~Disperse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Scatter, separate, dissipate, dispel, drive
to different parts, sow, broadcast, scatter to the winds.

~2.~ Diffuse, disseminate, spread.

~Disperse~, _v. n._ Scatter, separate, be scattered, go different ways.

~Dispersion~, _n._ Scattering.

~Dispirit~, _v. a._ Dishearten, depress, deject, discourage.

~Dispirited~, _a._ Dejected, disheartened, depressed, discouraged,
down-hearted, downcast, despondent, cast down, crest-fallen, chap-
fallen, down in the mouth.

~Displace~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Remove, dislodge, put out of place, change
the place of.

~2.~ Depose, oust, dismiss, discharge, cashier, eject from office.

~Display~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Expand, unfold, extend, open, spread.

~2.~ Exhibit, show, bring into view, hold up to view, make manifest.

~3.~ Parade, show off.

~Display~, _n._ ~1.~ Exhibition, manifestation, show.

~2.~ Parade, pomp, pageant, ostentation, flourish.

~Displease~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Offend, dissatisfy, disgust, give offence to.

~2.~ Provoke, irritate, vex, chagrin, affront, pique, chafe, fret,
anger, nettle, make angry.

~Displeasure~, _n._ ~1.~ Dissatisfaction, dislike, distaste,
disapprobation.

~2.~ Anger, indignation, vexation, resentment, wrath.

~3.~ Offence, injury.

~Displode~, _v. a. & n._ Explode.

~Disport~, _n._ [_Poetical._] Play, amusement, diversion, pastime,
sport.

~Disport~, _v. a._ Amuse, divert, entertain, cheer, solace, beguile,
relax.

~Disport~, _v. n._ Play, gambol, frolic, sport, make merry.

~Disposal~, _n._ ~1.~ Arrangement, disposition.

~2.~ Management, control, government, regulation, disposure,
direction, ordering, conduct.

~3.~ Dispensation, distribution, bestowment.

~Dispose~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Arrange, range, rank, group, marshal, set,
place, place in order.

~2.~ Adjust, regulate, settle, determine, set right.

~3.~ Incline, lead, move, induce, bias, predispose.

~Dispose of~, ~1.~ Sell, transfer, bestow, alienate, part with, put
out of one's possession, get rid of.

~2.~ Determine the condition of, arrange for.

~3.~ Remove, put away, get rid of.

~Disposer~, _n._ ~1.~ Bestower, giver, distributer, donor, DONATOR.

~2.~ Regulator, director, governor, manager.

~Disposition~, _n._ ~1.~ Disposing, arranging, arrangement,
classification, grouping.

~2.~ Management, regulation, control, direction, ordering, adjustment,
disposure, disposal.

~3.~ Tendency, liability, proneness, aptness, adaptation.

~4.~ Temper, inclination, predisposition, propensity, humor, bent,
bias, turn.

~5.~ Dispensation, distribution, bestowment.

~Dispossess~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Deprive, divest, strip, take from.

~2.~ Disseize, oust.

~Dispossession~, _n._ ~1.~ Deprivation.

~2.~ (_Law._) Ouster, disseisin.

~Disposure~, _n._ Management, direction, regulation, control,
disposal, disposition, ordering.

~Dispraise~, _n._ ~1.~ Blame, censure.

~2.~ Reproach, dishonor, disgrace, disparagement, shame, opprobrium.

~Dispraise~, _v. a._ Blame, censure, find fault with.

~Disproof~, _n._ Confutation, refutation.

~Disproportion~, _n._ ~1.~ Want of symmetry.

~2.~ Disparity, inequality, unsuitableness.

~Disproportional~, _a._ DISPROPORTIONATE.

~Disproportionate~, _a._ ~1.~ Unsymmetrical, out of proportion.

~2.~ Inadequate, unsuitable.

~Disprove~, _v. a._ Confute, refute, show to be false.

~Disputable~, _a._ Controvertible, debatable, doubtful.

~Disputant~, _n._ Controversialist, arguer, debater, disputer.

~Disputation~, _n._ Debate, dispute, controversy, argumentation,
verbal contest.

~Disputatious~, _a._ Cavilling, captious, contentious, quarrelsome,
polemical.

~Dispute~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Debate, argue, contend in argument.

~2.~ Bicker, wrangle, quarrel, BRAWL, spar, spat, jangle, squabble,
TIFF, fall out, have words, have an altercation.

~Dispute~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Debate, discuss, agitate, ventilate, argue,
reason about.

~2.~ Controvert, impugn, call in question, oppose by argument.

~Dispute~, _n._ Debate, disputation, discussion, controversy,
altercation, verbal contest, verbal quarrel, war of words.

~Disputer~, _n._ Debater, controversialist, disputant, reasoner, arguer.

~Disqualification~, _n._ Incapacity, disability.

~Disqualified~, _a._ Unqualified, unfitted, incapable, incapacitated,
disabled.

~Disqualify~, _v. a._ Unfit, disable, incapacitate.

~Disquiet~, _n._ Uneasiness, restlessness, disturbance, anxiety,
vexation, trouble, disquietude, inquietude.

~Disquiet~, _v. a._ Trouble, annoy, vex, disturb, worry, harass,
plague, bother, molest, pester, incommode.

~Disquietude~, _n._ Uneasiness, DISQUIET.

~Disquisition~, _n._ Dissertation, treatise, discourse, essay, formal
inquiry.

~Disregard~, _n._ Neglect, slight, contempt.

~Disregard~, _v. a._ Neglect, slight, overlook, contemn, pay no
attention to, pay no heed to, pay no regard to, take no notice of,
turn a deaf ear to.

~Disrelish~, _n._ ~1.~ Dislike, distaste, want of relish.

~2.~ Aversion, antipathy, repugnance, disgust.

~Disrelish~, _v. a._ Dislike, loathe, have an aversion to.

~Disreputable~, _a._ Discreditable, dishonorable, disgraceful,
shameful, scandalous, infamous, opprobrious, derogatory, low, mean,
vulgar.

~Disrepute~, _n._ Discredit, dishonor, disgrace, ingloriousness,
degradation, derogation, abasement, odium, ill repute.

~Disrespect~, _n._ ~1.~ Disesteem, irreverence, slight, neglect.

~2.~ Incivility, discourtesy, rudeness.

~Disrespectful~, _a._ ~1.~ Irreverent.

~2.~ Uncivil, impolite, ungentlemanly, discourteous, uncourteous.

~Disrobe~, _v. a._ Divest, strip, undress, uncover, unclothe.

~Disruption~, _n._ Breach, rent, rupture, burst, breaking asunder.

~Dissatisfaction~, _n._ ~1.~ Discontent, uneasiness, inquietude.

~2.~ Displeasure, distaste, dislike, disapprobation.

~Dissatisfied~, _a._ Discontented, uneasy, displeased.

~Dissect~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Anatomize, cut in pieces.

~2.~ Analyze, scrutinize, sift, examine, investigate, explore, lay open.

~Dissection~, _n._ ~1.~ Anatomy.

~2.~ Scrutiny, analysis, examination, investigation, sifting.

~Disseize~, _v. a._ Dispossess, oust.

~Dissemble~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Conceal, hide, disguise, cloak, cover.

~2.~ Feign, simulate, affect.

~Dissemble~, _v. n._ Feign, be hypocritical, play the hypocrite, play
a part.

~Dissembler~, _n._ Hypocrite, feigner.

~Disseminate~, _v. a._ Spread, propagate, diffuse, disperse,
circulate, promulgate, spread abroad.

~Dissemination~, _n._ Diffusion, dispersion, propagation, scattering,
spreading, promulgation.

~Dissension~, _n._ Discord, contention, strife, variance,
disagreement, difference, quarrel, breach of friendship.

~Dissent~, _v. n._ Withhold assent, refuse to agree.

~Dissent from~, Differ from, disagree with.

~Dissent~, _n._ Disagreement, difference of opinion.

~Dissenter~, _n._ Nonconformist, sectary.

~Dissentient~, _a._ Disagreeing, dissenting.

~Dissepiment~, _n._ (_Bot._) Partition.

~Dissertation~, _n._ Disquisition, treatise, discourse, essay.

~Disservice~, _n._ Injury, harm, mischief, hurt, disadvantage.

~Dissever~, _v. a._ Disjoin, dissociate, disunite, separate, part,
sunder, dispart, divide, rend, sever.

~Dissident~, _n._ Dissenter, nonconformist.

~Dissimilar~, _a._ Unlike, different, heterogeneous, diverse, various.

~Dissimilarity~, _n._ Unlikeness, dissimilitude, diversity, disparity.

~Dissimilitude~, _n._ DISSIMILARITY.

~Dissimulation~, _n._ Hypocrisy, deceit, duplicity, simulation,
feigning, double dealing, false pretence.

~Dissipate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disperse, dispel, scatter, drive away.

~2.~ Waste, squander, lavish, spend lavishly, run out, throw away.

~Dissipate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Vanish, disappear, scatter, disperse.

~2.~ Live dissolutely, practise dissipation, be dissolute.

~Dissipation~, _n._ ~1.~ Dispersion, scattering, vanishing.

~2.~ Waste, squandering.

~3.~ Dissoluteness, profligacy, excess.

~Dissociate~, _v. a._ Disjoin, disunite, separate, sever, dissever,
divide, part, sunder, detach.

~Dissociation~, _n._ Disunion, separation, severing, dividing.

~Dissoluble~, _a._ Dissolvable.

~Dissolute~, _a._ Loose, licentious, lax, debauched, wanton, lewd,
corrupt, profligate, rakish, depraved, reprobate, abandoned,
graceless, shameless, wild.

~Dissolution~, _n._ ~1.~ Liquefaction, melting, solution.

~2.~ Decomposition, putrefaction.

~3.~ Death, decease, extinction of life.

~4.~ Destruction, overthrow, ruin.

~5.~ Termination, breaking up.

~Dissolvable~, _a._ Dissoluble.

~Dissolve~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Liquefy, melt.

~2.~ Disunite, sever, separate, divide, loose, disorganize, break apart.

~3.~ Destroy, ruin.

~4.~ Terminate, bring to an end, put an end to, break up.

~Dissolve~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Melt, liquefy, be melted.

~2.~ Vanish, disappear, fade, melt away, be dissipated.

~3.~ Perish, crumble, be destroyed.

~Dissonance~, _n._ ~1.~ Discord, discordance, harshness, jarring, want
of harmony.

~2.~ Disagreement, inconsistency, incongruity.

~Dissonant~, _a._ ~1.~ Discordant, unharmonious, harsh, grating,
jarring, out of tune.

~2.~ Disagreeing, incongruous, inconsistent, discrepant.

~Dissuade~, _v. a._ Turn from a purpose, divert by persuasion.

~Dissuasion~, _n._ Dehortation, dissuasive, dissuasive advice.

~Dissuasive~, _n._ DISSUASION.

~Dissuasive~, _a._ Dissuading, dehortatory, tending to dissuade.

~Dissyllable~, _n._ Word of two syllables.

~Distain~, _v. a._ [_Poetical._] Stain.

~Distance~, _n._ ~1.~ Remoteness, space, interval.

~2.~ Reserve, coldness, shyness, distant behavior.

~Distance~, _v. a._ Outdo, surpass, excel, outstrip, leave behind.

~Distant~, _a._ ~1.~ Remote, far, not near.

~2.~ Reserved, shy, cold, cool, coy, not cordial.

~3.~ Slight, faint, indirect, indistinct, obscure.

~Distaste~, _n._ Disrelish, disinclination, aversion, dislike,
repugnance, disgust, displeasure, dissatisfaction.

~Distasteful~, _a._ ~1.~ Nauseous, loathsome, disgusting, unpalatable,
unsavory.

~2.~ Disagreeable, offensive, unpleasant, unpleasing.

~Distemper~, _n._ Disease, malady, complaint, disorder, ail, ailment,
illness, indisposition, sickness.

~Distempered~, _a._ ~1.~ Diseased, disordered, out of order.

~2.~ Immoderate, intemperate, inordinate, unregulated.

~Distend~, _v. a._ Expand, dilate, bloat, enlarge, swell, stretch,
swell out.

~Distention~, _n._ Dilation, enlargement, swelling, expansion,
stretching.

~Distich~, _n._ Couplet, couple of verses.

~Distil~, _v. n._ [Written also _Distill_.] Drop, drip, trickle,
dribble, fall in drops.

~Distil~, _v. a._ [Written also _Distill_.] ~1.~ Drop, let fall in
drops.

~2.~ Separate by evaporation, extract by heat.

~3.~ Extract spirit from.

~Distinct~, _a._ ~1.~ Separate, different, not the same.

~2.~ Definite, defined, clear, plain, unmistakable, unconfused, not
obscure, not dim, well defined.

~Distinction~, _n._ ~1.~ Discrimination, notation of difference.

~2.~ Repute, reputation, celebrity, note, name, fame, renown, account,
credit, respectability, eminence, superiority.

~Distinctive~, _a._ Distinguishing, discriminative, characterizing.

~Distinctness~, _n._ ~1.~ Difference.

~2.~ Clearness, precision, perspicuity, explicitness, lucidness.

~Distinguish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Characterize, mark, indicate by a mark,
mark out.

~2.~ Discriminate, discern, perceive, tell, know.

~3.~ Separate, divide.

~4.~ Signalize, make famous, make celebrated, make known, bring into
notice.

~Distinguish~, _v. n._ Make distinction, show the difference.

~Distinguishable~, _a._ ~1.~ Separable, divisible.

~2.~ To be distinguished, to be recognized as distinct.

~Distinguished~, _a._ Illustrious, famous, noted, eminent,
conspicuous, celebrated, extraordinary, transcendent.

~Distort~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Twist, writhe, wrest, contort, deform.

~2.~ Pervert, misrepresent, falsify, strain the sense of.

~Distortion~, _n._ ~1.~ Twist, wryness, contortion, deformity.

~2.~ Perversion, misrepresentation, falsification.

~Distract~, _v. a._ Perplex, confuse, discompose, harass, disturb,
disconcert, bewilder, confound, mystify, embarrass.

~Distracted~, _a._ ~1.~ Perplexed, confused, bewildered, embarrassed.

~2.~ Deranged, insane, mad, frantic, furious, raving.

~Distraction~, _n._ ~1.~ Confusion, perplexity, embarrassment,
bewilderment, abstraction, mystification.

~2.~ Disturbance, discord, tumult, disorder, division, perturbation,
commotion, turmoil, agitation.

~3.~ Derangement, madness, raving, insanity, alienation, aberration,
incoherence, wandering, delirium, mania, lunacy, raving,
hallucination, loss of the senses, disordered intellect or faculties,
loss of reason.

~Distrain~, _v. a._ (_Law._) Seize (_for debt_), take, attach, distress.

~Distress~, _n._ ~1.~ Affliction, calamity, misery, misfortune,
adversity, hardship, trial, trouble, perplexity.

~2.~ Anguish, agony, pain, suffering, gripe, griping.

~3.~ Privation, destitution, poverty, indigence, want, straits.

~Distress~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Afflict, perplex, pain, trouble, grieve, make
unhappy, make miserable.

~2.~ (_Law._) Take, seize, distrain.

~Distribute~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Apportion, assign, allot, dispense, mete,
divide, share, parcel out, deal out, portion out.

~2.~ Classify, class, arrange, assort, dispose.

~Distribution~, _n._ ~1.~ Apportionment, allotment, assignment, dole,
partition, division, dispensation.

~2.~ Arrangement, classification, disposal, disposition, grouping.

~District~, _n._ Region, tract, territory, circuit, province, quarter.

~Distrust~, _v. a._ Disbelieve, discredit, doubt, suspect, mistrust,
not rely upon, not confide in.

~Distrust~, _n._ Disbelief, discredit, suspicion, misgiving, mistrust,
want of confidence.

~Distrustful~, _a._ ~1.~ Suspicious, mistrustful, apt to distrust.

~2.~ Diffident, not confident.

~Disturb~, _v. a_. ~1.~ Agitate, shake, stir, derange, disorder,
confuse, unsettle, throw into confusion, put into disorder.

~2.~ Molest, annoy, disquiet, vex, ruffle, worry, plague, trouble,
incommode.

~3.~ Interrupt, impede, hinder.

~Disturbance~, _n._ ~1.~ Agitation, derangement, commotion, disorder,
confusion, tumult, breeze, disquiet.

~2.~ Perturbation, molestation, annoyance, discomposure.

~3.~ Interruption, hinderance.

~Disunion~, _n._ ~1.~ Separation, disjunction, severance.

~2.~ Schism, breach, rupture, feud.

~Disunite~, _v. a._ Disjoin, dissociate, separate, sever, dissever,
part, divide, detach, dissociate, sunder, be separated.

~Disunite~, _v. n._ Part, separate, fall assunder, be separated.

~Disuse~, _n._ Desuetude, discontinuance, non-observance.

~Ditch~, _n._ ~1.~ Trench.

~2.~ Rivulet, brook.

~Ditty~, _n._ Song, lay.

~Diurnal~, _a._ Daily, quotidian.

~Diuturnal~, _a._ Lasting, of long duration, of long continuance.

~Diuturnity~, _n._ Long duration, long time.

~Divagation~, _n._ [_Rare._] Wandering, rambling.

~Divan~, _n._ ~1.~ Turkish council of state.

~2.~ State-chamber, council-chamber, audience-chamber.

~3.~ Sofa, long seat.

~Divaricate~, _v. n._ Diverge, part, fork, separate into two, open
wide, branch off, spread asunder.

~Divarication~, _n._ Divergence, forking, separation, spreading.

~Dive~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Plunge.

~2.~ Penetrate, inquire, go deep.

~Diverge~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Radiate, tend from one point in different
directions.

~2.~ Divaricate, separate, branch off.

~Divergence~, _n._ ~1.~ Radiation.

~2.~ Divarication, forking, separation.

~Divergent~, _a._ ~1.~ Radiating.

~2.~ Divaricating, separating.

~Divers~, _a._ Various, several, sundry, numerous, many.

~Diverse~, _a._ Different, differing, unlike, varying, multiform.

~Diversify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Variegate, vary, make different, give
variety to.

~2.~ Dapple, spot.

~Diversion~, _n._ ~1.~ Turning aside.

~2.~ Amusement, recreation, pastime, sport, play, entertainment,
relaxation.

~Diversity~, _n._ ~1.~ Difference, dissimilitude, unlikeness, variation.

~2.~ Variety, multiformity.

~Divert~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Turn aside, draw away.

~2.~ Amuse, entertain, recreate, please, gratify, delight, exhilarate,
refresh.

~Divest~, _v. a._ Deprive, strip, dispossess.

~Divide~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Sever, sunder, part, separate, cleave, disunite.

~2.~ Keep apart, put a barrier between.

~3.~ Make hostile, make discordant, set at variance.

~4.~ Distribute, allot, apportion, assign, share, mete, dispense, deal
out, parcel out, portion out.

~Divide~, _v. n._ Part, separate, cleave, open, be divided, be
separated.

~Dividend~, _n._ Share, division.

~Divider~, _n._ ~1.~ Distributor, dealer.

~2.~ Separator.

~Dividers~, _n. pl._ Compasses.

~Divination~, _n._ ~1.~ Divining, foretelling.

~2.~ Presage, prediction, prophecy.

~Divine~, _a._ ~1.~ God-like, superhuman.

~2.~ Sacred, holy, spiritual, heavenly.

~Divine~, _n._ ~1.~ Minister, priest, clergyman, pastor, parson,
ecclesiastic, churchman.

~2.~ Theologian.

~Divine~, _v. a._ Predict, foretell, presage, prognosticate,
vaticinate, prophesy.

~Divine~, _v. n._ Conjecture, surmise, guess, suppose, believe, fancy,
think, suspect.

~Diviner~, _n._ ~1.~ Conjurer, magician, sorcerer, seer.

~2.~ Conjecturer.

~Divinity~, _n._ ~1.~ Deity, Godhead, divine nature, divine essence.

~2.~ Theology, science of divine things.

~Divisible~, _a._ Separable.

~Division~, _n._ ~1.~ Separation.

~2.~ Portion, section, class, head, category.

~3.~ Partition, demarcation.

~4.~ Compartment, separate part.

~5.~ Apportionment, allotment, distribution.

~6.~ Difference, disagreement, variance, breach, rupture, disunion,
discord, feud, alienation.

~Divorce~, _n._ Separation (_of husband and wife_), dissolution of the
marriage contract.

~Divorce~, _v. a._ Separate, part, sever.

~Divulge~, _v. a._ Publish, disclose, communicate, discover, impart,
tell, proclaim, promulgate, make known, make public, spread abroad,
reveal to the world.

~Dizzy~, _a._ ~1.~ Giddy, vertiginous.

~2.~ Thoughtless, heedless, careless.

~Do~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Perform, effect, execute, accomplish, achieve,
bring about, work out, carry into effect.

~2.~ Complete, finish, conclude, end, terminate.

~3.~ Transact, carry on.

~4.~ Confer, bestow, grant, vouchsafe.

~5.~ Translate, render.

~Do~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Act (_well or ill_).

~2.~ Answer, answer the purpose.

~3.~ Be enough, be sufficient.

~Do-all~, _n._ Factotum, general manager.

~Do away~, ~1.~ Remove, take away.

~2.~ Destroy, overthrow.

~Dob-chick~, _n._ Didapper, dab-chick (_Podiceps minor_).

~Do by~, Treat, behave towards.

~Do without~, Dispense with.

~Docible~, _a._ Teachable, DOCILE.

~Docile~, _a._ Teachable, docile, docible, tractable, apt, easily
taught.

~Docility~, _n._ Teachableness, aptness, aptitude, readiness to learn.

~Dock~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Curtail, clip, cut short.

~2.~ Shorten, lessen, deduct from.

~3.~ Put into a dock (_as a vessel_).

~Doctor~, _n._ ~1.~ Instructor, teacher.

~2.~ Adept, savant, learned man.

~3.~ Physician, medical practitioner.

~Doctress~, _n._ Female physician.

~Doctrine~, _n._ Dogma, tenet, opinion, precept, principle.

~Document~, _n._ Paper, writing.

~Dodge~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Start aside, shift place suddenly.

~2.~ Shuffle, equivocate, quibble, prevaricate, use artifice, play
fast and loose, be evasive.

~Dodge~, _v. a._ Evade (_by starting aside_).

~Dodge~, _n._ ~1.~ Starting aside.

~2.~ Evasion, artifice, trick, subterfuge, quibble, cavil.

~Dodo~, _n._ Dronte.

~Doe~, _n._ She-deer, female deer (_particularly of the fallow deer_).

~Doer~, _n._ Actor, operator, performer, agent, executor.

~Doff~, _v. a._ Put off, lay aside.

~Dog~, _n._ ~1.~ HOUND, BITCH, SLUT, PUP, PUPPY, CUB, WHELP.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Fellow.

~3.~ Andiron, sadiron.

~Dog-days~, _n. pl._ Canicular days.

~Dogged~, _a._ ~1.~ Sullen, sour, morose churlish, growling, surly,
snarling, snappish.

~2.~ Stubborn, obstinate, wilful, mulish, inflexible, pertinacious,
unyielding, headstrong, intractable, impracticable, cantankerous,
perversely resolute.

~Doggish~, _a._ Snarling, snappish, growling, churlish, surly, sullen,
sour, morose, dogged.

~Dog-grass~, _n._ DOG'S-GRASS.

~Dogma~, _n._ Doctrine, tenet, opinion, principle, article of faith.

~Dogmatic~, _a._ ~1.~ Authoritative, oracular, formal, categorical,
magisterial.

~2.~ Positive, confident, peremptory.

~3.~ Arrogant, overbearing.

~Dogmatical~, _a._ ~1.~ Authoritative, oracular, formal, categorical,
magisterial.

~2.~ Positive, confident, peremptory.

~3.~ Arrogant, overbearing.

~Dogmatism~, _n._ Positiveness of opinion, arrogance of assertion.

~Dogmatist~, _n._ Authoritative teacher, arrogant asserter.

~Dogmatize~, _v. n._ Assert positively, speak with an air of
authority, express one's self arrogantly.

~Dog's-grass~, _n._ Knot-grass, quick-grass, couch-grass, wheat-grass,
dog-wheat, dog-grass, witch-grass, quitch-grass, quickens (_Triticum
repens_).

~Dog-star~, _n._ Sirius, Canicula.

~Doings~, _n. pl._ Deeds, actions, acts, transactions.

~Dole~, _n._ ~1.~ Apportionment, allotment, distribution.

~2.~ Part, share, portion.

~3.~ Gift, gratuity, donation, pittance, alms.

~4.~ Grief, sorrow, distress, affliction.

~Doleful~, _a._ ~1.~ Sorrowful, rueful, woful, piteous, melancholy,
lugubrious, sad.

~2.~ Dismal, gloomy, cheerless, dark, dolorous, dolesome.

~Dole out~, Distribute, divide, apportion, allot, assign, share, deal,
deal out.

~Dolesome~, _a._ Dismal, gloomy, cheerless, dark, dolorous, doleful.

~Do-little~, _n._ Idler, sluggard, drone, laggard, lounger, trifler,
doodle, slow-back, inefficient person.

~Doll~, _n._ Puppet (_for a child_), baby.

~Dolorous~, _a._ ~1.~ Dismal, gloomy, cheerless, dark, dolesome.

~2.~ Sorrowful, sad, doleful, piteous, rueful, woful, lugubrious.

~Dolt~, _n._ Simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~Doltish~, _a._ Stupid, dull, foolish, blockish, simple, witless,
thick-skulled, buffle-headed.

~Domain~, _n._ ~1.~ Dominion, empire.

~2.~ Estate, lands, landed estate.

~Dome~, _n._ Cupola.

~Domestic~, _a._ ~1.~ Homely.

~2.~ Fond of home.

~3.~ Intestine, not foreign.

~4.~ Tame, domesticated, not wild.

~Domestic~, _n._ Servant, house-servant, HELP.

~Domestics~, _n. pl._ [_U. S._] Cotton goods.

~Domesticate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make domestic, accustom to keep at home.

~2.~ Tame, attach to the house.

~Domicile~, _n._ Habitation, dwelling, residence, abode, home,
mansion, place of abode, place of residence.

~Domicile~, _v. a._ Establish in a fixed residence.

~Domiciliate~, _v. a._ Establish in a fixed residence.

~Dominant~, _a._ Prevailing, ruling, predominant, predominating,
ascendant, in the ascendant.

~Dominate~, _v. n._ Prevail, predominate, have sway, be in the
ascendant.

~Domination~, _n._ Sway, ascendancy, rule, dominion, supremacy,
command, government, mastery.

~Domineer~, _v. n._ Rule (_tyrannically or haughtily_), tyrannize,
swell, swagger, bluster, bully, vapor, lord it, play the bully, take
the lead, rule the roast, ride a high horse, lay down the law, carry
it with a high hand.

~Dominican~, _n._ Predicant, jacobin, black friar, preaching friar.

~Dominie~, _n._ [_Scottish._] Pedagogue, schoolmaster, teacher,
instructor.

~Dominion~, _n._ ~1.~ Sway, command, rule, government, supremacy,
domination, mastery, ascendancy, control, sovereignty, sovereign
authority.

~2.~ Territory, region, country.

~Don~, _v. a._ Put on, slip on, dress in.

~Donate~, _v. a._ [_Modern._] Give, contribute, bestow.

~Donation~, _n._ Gift, grant, largess, benefaction, boon, present,
offering, contribution, subscription, donative.

~Donative~, _n._ Gift, DONATION.

~Donator~, _n._ [L.] (_Law._) Donor, giver, bestower.

~Done~, _p._ ~1.~ Performed, executed, accomplished, achieved, effected.

~2.~ Completed, finished, concluded, ended, terminated.

~3.~ Transacted, carried on.

~4.~ Bestowed, conferred, vouchsafed, granted.

~5.~ Translated, rendered.

~Done for~, [_Low._] ~1.~ Spoiled, ruined.

~2.~ Disappointed, battled, thwarted.

~Donkey~, _n._ ~1.~ Ass, mule.

~2.~ Simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~Donor~, _n._ Giver, bestower, disposer, DONATOR.

~Doodle~, _n._ Trifler, idler, silly fellow.

~Doodle-sack~, _n._ Scotch bagpipe.

~Doom~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Condemn, sentence, pronounce sentence on.

~2.~ Destine, appoint, decree.

~Doom~, _n._ ~1.~ Sentence, judgment, condemnation, judicial decree.

~2.~ Fate, destiny, lot.

~Doomsday~, _n._ Day of judgment, the crack of doom.

~Do one's best~, Do all one can, do the best one is capable of, leave
no stone unturned.

~Door~, _n._ ~1.~ Entrance.

~2.~ Passage, avenue, means of access, means of approach.

~3.~ [_Familiarly._] House.

~Doorkeeper~, _n._ Porter, CONCIÈRGE.

~Dor~, _n._ Cockchafer, dor-bug, dor-beetle, tree-beetle, dummador,
May-bug (_Melontha vulgaris_).

~Doree~, _n._ (_Ich._) John-dory, common dory (_Zeus faber_).

~Dormant~, _a._ ~1.~ Sleeping, quiescent, at rest.

~2.~ Latent, unexerted, suspended, inert, inactive.

~Dormant partner~, Sleeping partner, silent partner.

~Dormer~, _n._ [Written also _Dormar_.] Luthern, dormer-window.

~Dormer-window~, _n._ Dormer, luthern.

~Dormitory~, _n._ Chamber, bed-room, sleeping-room, place to sleep in.

~Dorsal~, _a._ On the back.

~Dory~, _n._ (_Ich._) DOREE.

~Dose~, _n._ ~1.~ Prescribed portion (_of medicine_), drench, draught.

~2.~ Sufficient quantity.

~Dose~, _v. a._ Administer a dose to, give doses to.

~Dot~, _n._ Point, period.

~Dot~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mark with dots.

~2.~ Variegate, diversify.

~Dotage~, _n._ Imbecility, senility, second childhood.

~Dotard~, _n._ Driveller, imbecile.

~Dote~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Drivel, be imbecile, be foolish.

~2.~ Be over-fond, be foolishly fond.

~Dote on or upon~, Love very fondly, love excessively, be foolishly
fond of.

~Do the honors~, Bestow honor (_as on a guest_), show civilities.

~Double~, _a._ ~1.~ Coupled, in pairs.

~2.~ Twice as much.

~3.~ Twofold.

~4.~ Deceitful, dishonest, knavish, false, perfidious, hollow,
insincere, double-faced, double-tongued.

~Double~, _ad._ Twice, doubly, twofold.

~Double~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fold, plait.

~2.~ Duplicate, multiply by two, make twice as much.

~3.~ (_Naut._). Sail round.

~Double~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Increase twofold, be doubled.

~2.~ Return upon the same track.

~Double~, _n._ ~1.~ Twice as much.

~2.~ Doubling, plait, fold.

~3.~ Returning upon one's track (_to elude pursuit_).

~4.~ Trick, stratagem, ruse, shift, artifice, wile, manœuvre.

~5.~ Counterpart.

~Double-dealer~, _n._ Deceiver, cheat, trickster, tricker.

~Double-dealing~, _n._ Deceit, duplicity, dissimulation, hypocrisy,
artifice, deception, fraud, dishonesty, trickery, Machiavelism.

~Double entente~, [Fr.] Pun (_referring to something indelicate_),
clinch, quibble, CALEMBOUR, play upon words.

~Double-faced~, _a._ Hypocritical, deceitful, knavish, dishonest,
false, perfidious, double.

~Double-headed~, _a._ Bicipital, with two heads.

~Double-hearted~, _a._ Deceitful, treacherous, false-hearted.

~Double-minded~, _a._ Unsettled, undetermined, changeable, fickle,
vacillating, wavering.

~Doublet~, _n._ ~1.~ Pair, couple, two (_of the same kind_).

~2.~ Waistcoat, vest.

~Double upon~, (_Mil._) Enclose between two fires.

~Doubling~, _n._ ~1.~ Fold, plait.

~2.~ Artifice, trick, shift, stratagem.

~Doubly~, _ad._ Twice, double.

~Doubt~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Hesitate, waver, be doubtful, be in suspense, be
undetermined, entertain doubts, be in a state of uncertainty, not know
what to think.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Suspect, fancy, apprehend.

~Doubt~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Question, hesitate to believe, consider
questionable, have doubts about.

~2.~ Distrust, suspect, not confide in.

~Doubt~, _n._ ~1.~ Indecision, hesitation, hesitancy, irresolution,
uncertainty, suspense, misgiving.

~2.~ Suspicion, distrust, mistrust.

~Doubtful~, _a._ ~1.~ Wavering, undecided, hesitating, undetermined,
in suspense.

~2.~ Ambiguous, dubious, equivocal, obscure, enigmatical, problematical.

~3.~ Indeterminate, undecided, uncertain, questionable.

~Douceur~, _n._ [Fr.] ~1.~ Gentleness, mildness, kindness, pleasant
manner.

~2.~ Present or gift (_especially one intended as a bribe_), bribe,
lure.

~Doughface~, _n._ [_U. S._] Pliable politician, nose of wax.

~Doughfaced~, _a._ [_U. S._] Pliable, weak, pusillanimous, easily
influenced, without any backbone.

~Doughty~, _a._ Brave, courageous, bold, fearless, dauntless, valiant,
valorous, gallant, intrepid, adventurous, chivalrous, heroic.

~Doura~, _n._ Indian millet, Guinea corn, negro-corn (_Sorghum
vulgare_).

~Douse~, _v. a._ Plunge, immerse, submerge, dip, souse, put under
water (_or other liquid_).

~Dove-cot~, n. Columbary, pigeon-house.

~Dowdy~, a. Slovenly (_in dress_), ill-dressed (_applied to women_).

~Dower~, _n._ ~1.~ Endowment, gift.

~2.~ Dowry.

~3.~ (_Law._) Widow's portion (of real estate).

~Down~, prep. ~1.~ From the top to the bottom of.

~2.~ Along the course of.

~Down~, _ad._ ~1.~ Downward, in a descending course, from a high to a
low position.

~2.~ On the ground, the floor, &c.

~3.~ From a thin to a dense state, into a denser consistence.

~Down in the mouth~, [_Colloquial._] Dejected, DOWNCAST.

~Downcast~, _a._ Sad, MELANCHOLY, dejected, dispirited, disheartened,
despondent, discouraged, depressed, cast down, down-hearted, crest-
fallen, chap-fallen, DOWN IN THE MOUTH.

~Downfall~, _n._ Ruin, destruction, fall.

~Down-hearted~, _a._ Dejected, downcast.

~Downright~, _a._ ~1.~ Plain, simple, explicit, clear, undisguised,
positive, absolute.

~2.~ Honest, sincere, artless, ingenuous, frank, open, above-board.

~Downward~, _ad._ Down, in a descending course.

~Downwards~, _ad._ Down, in a descending course.

~Down with~, (_Imperatively._) ~1.~ Raze, overturn, take down, throw
down.

~2.~ Put down, lay down.

~Dowry~, _n._ Dower.

~Doxy~, _n._ ~1.~ Mistress, sweetheart, paramour, flame.

~2.~ Prostitute, courtesan, strumpet, harlot, whore, drab, street-
walker, Cyprian, night-walker, punk, woman of the town.

~Doze~, _v. n._ Slumber, drowse, nap, sleep lightly, be half asleep,
be drowsy.

~Doze away~, Pass drowsily, spend in drowsiness, sleep through, doze
out.

~Doze out~, DOZE AWAY.

~Dozen~, _a._ Twelve.

~Dozy~, _a._ Sleepy, drowsy, heavy, sluggish.

~Drab~, _n._ ~1.~ Strumpet, courtesan, DOXY.

~2.~ Slut, draggle-tail, low woman.

~Drab~, _a._ Dun, dull brown.

~Drabble~, _v. a._ Draggle, trail, daggle, befoul, bemire.

~Draff~, _n._ Refuse, lees, dregs, sediment, scum, rubbish, stuff,
waste or worthless matter.

~Draft~, _n._ ~1.~ Drawing, selection.

~2.~ Bill of exchange.

~3.~ [Written also _Draught_.] Outline, delineation, rough sketch,
rough copy.

~Draft~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Detach, select.

~2.~ Make an outline of, make a draft of, make a rough sketch of.

~Drag~, _v. a._ Draw, pull, haul, tug.

~Drag~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Trail, be drawn along.

~2.~ Linger, move slowly, make slow progress.

~Draggle~, _v. a._ Trail, daggle, drabble, befoul, bemire.

~Draggle-tail~, _n._ Slut, DRAB.

~Dragoman~, _n._ Interpreter (_in Turkey and the East_).

~Dragoon~, _n._ Horse-soldier, CHASSEUR, cavalier, equestrian, mounted
soldier.

~Dragoon~, _v. a._ Compel, force, drive.

~Drain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Draw off.

~2.~ Empty, exhaust.

~3.~ Make dry, clear of water or moisture.

~Drain~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Flow off.

~2.~ Become dry.

~Drain~, _n._ Sewer, channel, trench, water-course.

~Drake~, _n._ Male duck.

~Drama~, _n._ ~1.~ Dramatic composition.

~2.~ Dramatic literature.

~Dramatis personæ~, [L.] Characters of a play, interlocutors in a drama.

~Drape~, _v. a._ Cover with drapery.

~Drapery~, _n._ Hangings, tapestry.

~Drastic~, _a._ (_Med._) Powerful (_as a purgative_), active,
efficacious.

~Drastics~, _n. pl._ (_Med._) Powerful or active purgatives.

~Draught~, _n._ ~1.~ Drawing, pulling.

~2.~ Potion, cup, dose, drench.

~3.~ Current of air.

~4.~ [Written also _Draft_.] Sketch, outline, delineation, design,
rough sketch, rough copy.

~Draughts~, _n. pl._ Checkers.

~Draw~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pull, drag, haul, tug, pull along.

~2.~ Attract, bring towards, pull towards.

~3.~ Suck, drain, suck dry.

~4.~ Inhale, inspire, breathe in, take into the lungs.

~5.~ Extract, take out, draw out.

~6.~ Induce, move, lead, allure, entice, engage, persuade, influence.

~7.~ Produce, bring, bear.

~8.~ Extend, protract, stretch, lengthen out.

~9.~ Describe, delineate, sketch, depict, trace, trace out.

~10.~ Deduce, derive, infer.

~11.~ Extort, force out.

~12.~ Compose, write, prepare, draw up.

~13.~ Gain, win.

~Draw up~, ~1.~ Compose, write, prepare, frame, draw.

~2.~ Array, marshal, form in order.

~Draw~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Pull.

~2.~ Move, come, go, proceed.

~3.~ Sketch, practise drawing, or the art of delineation.

~4.~ Produce inflammation.

~5.~ Request payment by draft, make a draft.

~Draw back~, Retire, withdraw, retreat.

~Draw nigh~, Approach, come near.

~Draw near~, Approach, come near.

~Draw on~, Approach, advance.

~Drawback~, _n._ ~1.~ Disadvantage, detriment, injury, damage,
faultiness, imperfection, deficiency.

~2.~ Discount, allowance, deduction, reduction, rebate, abatement.

~Drawcansir~, _n._ Braggadocio, blusterer, bully, swaggerer, braggart,
BLATHERSKITE.

~Drawing~, _n._ ~1.~ Art of delineation.

~2.~ Delineation, sketch, picture, plan, outline, draught.

~Drawing-knife~, _n._ Shave.

~Draw in one's horns~, [_Colloquial._] Repress one's ardor, restrain
one's pride, cease boasting, pull in one's horns.

~Dread,~ _n._ ~1.~ Fear, apprehension.

~2.~ Awe.

~Dread~, _a._ ~1.~ Frightful, terrible, horrible, dreadful.

~2.~ Venerable, awful.

~Dread~, _v. a._ Fear greatly.

~Dreadful~, _a._ ~1.~ Terrible, horrible, horrid, direful, dire,
fearful, frightful, terrific, awful, tremendous.

~2.~ Venerable, awful.

~Dream~, _n._ ~1.~ Sleeping vision.

~2.~ Reverie, fancy, fantasy, conceit, idle fancy, day-dream.

~Dream~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Have visions in sleep.

~2.~ Think, imagine, fancy, have a notion.

~3.~ Give a loose rein to the fancy, give the reins to the
imagination, indulge in reverie, build castles in the air.

~Dream away~, Spend idly, pass in reverie.

~Dreamer~, _n._ Visionary, enthusiast, castle-builder.

~Drear~, _a._ Gloomy, DREARY.

~Dreary~, _a._ Gloomy, cheerless, comfortless, dismal, dark, drear.

~Dredge-box~, _n._ Dredging-box, flour-dredge.

~Dreggy~, _a._ Muddy, turbid, dirty, feculent, foul.

~Dregs~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Sediment, lees, grounds, feculence.

~2.~ Dross, scum, refuse.

~Drench~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Saturate, soak, steep, imbrue, wet thoroughly.

~2.~ Physic, purge.

~Drenching~, _n._ Soaking, wetting, ducking.

~Dress~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Align, make straight.

~2.~ Adjust, arrange, dispose, set or put in order.

~3.~ Prepare, fit, make suitable or fit, get ready, make ready.

~4.~ Clothe, array, attire, apparel, accoutre, robe, rig, trick out.

~5.~ Adorn, deck, decorate, embellish, trim, set out, set off.

~Dress~, _v. n._ Be clothed, make one's toilet.

~Dress~, _n._ ~1.~ Clothes, clothing, raiment, garments, garb, habit,
apparel, attire, habiliment, vesture, suit, costume.

~2.~ Array, fine clothes, rich garments, elegant attire.

~3.~ Lady's gown.

~Dress-coat~, _n._ Body-coat.

~Dressing~, _n._ ~1.~ Preparing, putting in order.

~2.~ Manure, fertilizer, compost.

~3.~ Force-meat, stuffing.

~Dressy~, _a._ Showy, flashy, gaudy, fond of dress.

~Drib~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Crop, lop, cut off, lop off.

~2.~ Entice, allure, decoy, coax, tweedle.

~Dribble~, _v. n._ Drip, trickle, fall in drops.

~Driblet~, _n._ Fragment, small portion.

~Drier~, _n._ Desiccative.

~Drift~, _n._ ~1.~ Course, bearing, direction.

~2.~ Aim, purpose, intention, intent, proposal, design, scope,
tendency, object, mark.

~3.~ (_Geol._) Diluvium, diluvial formations.

~4.~ (_Mining._) Passage (_under ground, between shafts_).

~Drift~, _v. a._ Drive into heaps.

~Drift~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Float, be wafted.

~2.~ Accumulate in heaps, be driven into heaps.

~Driftless~, _a._ Aimless, purposeless, without an object.

~Drill~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pierce, perforate, bore.

~2.~ Instruct, exercise, teach, train.

~Drink~, _v. n._ ~1.~ GUZZLE.

~2.~ Take a drink (_of spirituous liquor_), TAKE A HORN, LIQUOR UP,
SPLICE THE MAIN BRACE, WET ONE'S WHISTLE.

~3.~ Tipple, tope, be a drunkard, be a toper, be intemperate (_in the
use of spirituous liquors_), be of intemperate habits, take a drop too
much.

~4.~ Carouse, revel, indulge in a drinking-bout.

~Drink~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Swallow, QUAFF, SIP, SUP, GUZZLE, SWILL, SWIG.

~2.~ Imbibe, absorb, suck in.

~Drink~, _n._ Beverage, potion.

~Drinkable~, _a._ Potable, that may be drunk.

~Drinking~, _n._ Tippling, toping, intemperate habits.

~Drinking-bout~, _n._ Carouse, carousal, revel, revelry, SPREE,
jollification, bacchanals, saturnalia, debauch, compotation, wassail,
orgies.

~Drink to~, Pledge, toast, drink in honor of, drink the health of.

~Drip~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Dribble, trickle, fall in drops.

~2.~ Have drops falling from.

~Drip~, _v. a._ Let fall in drops.

~Drive~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Impel.

~2.~ Hurl, send, propel.

~3.~ Force, oblige, coerce, compel.

~4.~ Press, urge.

~5.~ Prosecute, carry on.

~6.~ Guide (_by reins_).

~7.~ Take in a carriage, carry on a drive.

~Drive away~, Expel, disperse, scatter, dispel, drive off.

~Drive back~, Repel, repulse.

~Drive off~, Expel, drive away.

~Drive out~, Expel, reject, eject, cast out, turn out.

~Drive~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be forced along, be impelled, be urged forward.

~2.~ Rush, go furiously.

~3.~ Ride in a carriage.

~4.~ (_Naut._) Scud, drift.

~Drive at~, Intend, purpose, aim at, tend to, be after, aspire at,
aspire after, endeavor after.

~Drive~, _n._ Airing, ride.

~Drivel~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Slaver, slobber, drool.

~2.~ Dote, be imbecile, be foolish.

~Drivel~, _n._ ~1.~ Slaver, drivelling.

~2.~ Nonsense, balderdash, stuff, foolish talk.

~Driveller~, _n._ [Written also _Driveler_.] Slaverer, fool,
simpleton, idiot, dotard.

~Drivelling~, _n._ [Written also _Driveling_.] ~1.~ Slaver.

~2.~ Foolishness, folly, idiocy.

~Drizzle~, _v. n._ Rain (_in small drops_), mizzle.

~Droll~, _n._ ~1.~ Jester (_by profession_), buffoon, harlequin,
mountebank, punch, punchinello, clown, zany, scaramouch, fool, jack-
pudding, merry Andrew, pickle-herring.

~2.~ Farce, comic show.

~Droll~, _a._ ~1.~ Comic, comical, funny, ludicrous, farcical,
laughable, ridiculous.

~2.~ Odd, queer, facetious, waggish, amusing, diverting.

~Drollery~, _n._ Pleasantry, fun, facetiousness, waggishness, waggery,
buffoonery, comicality.

~Drone~, _n._ ~1.~ Male honey-bee.

~2.~ Idler, sluggard, lounger, idle fellow, lazy fellow.

~3.~ Humming, humming noise.

~Drone~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Lounge, dawdle, waste time in trifles, live in
idleness.

~2.~ Make a dull, humming sound.

~Drone~, _v. a._ Read monotonously.

~Dronish~, _a._ Idle, lazy, indolent, sluggish, slow, inactive.

~Dronte~, _n._ Dodo.

~Drool~, _v. n._ Slaver, drivel, drop saliva.

~Droop~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Wilt, wither, fade.

~2.~ Languish, faint, sink, fail, decline, grow weak, be dispirited.

~Drop~, _n._ ~1.~ Globule.

~2.~ Ear-ring.

~Drop~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lower, sink, depress, let down, let fall, let go.

~2.~ Leave, quit, forsake, desert, relinquish, abandon, forswear, give
up, give over.

~3.~ Discontinue, intermit, remit, cease, desist from, break off,
leave off, lay aside.

~4.~ Bedrop, spot, speckle, variegate.

~Drop~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Distil, fall in drops.

~2.~ Fall suddenly.

~3.~ Cease, come to an end, come to nothing.

~Drop astern~, (_Naut._) Move back.

~Drop down~, (_Naut._) Move toward the sea.

~Drop in~, Call, happen in.

~Drop serene~, Amaurosis, GUTTA SERENA.

~Dross~,_ n._ ~1.~ Scum, recrement, scoria.

~2.~ Refuse, waste matter.

~Drought~, _n._ Dryness (_of weather_), aridity, drouth, want of rain.

~Drouth~, _n._ DROUGHT.

~Drove~, _n._ ~1.~ Herd, flock.

~2.~ Crowd, collection.

~Drown~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Kill by immersing.

~2.~ Overflow, inundate, deluge, overwhelm, flood.

~3.~ Overcome, overpower.

~Drown~, _v. n._ Be drowned.

~Drowse~, _v. n._ Slumber, doze, nap, be half asleep.

~Drowsy~, _a._ ~1.~ Sleepy, dozy.

~2.~ Lethargic, comatose, stupid.

~3.~ Soporific, lulling.

~Drub~, _v. a._ Beat, thrash, cudgel, cane.

~Drubbing~, _n._ Beating, flogging, thrashing, cudgelling, caning,
pounding, flagellation.

~Drudge~, _v. n._ Slave, toil, plod, work hard.

~Drudge~, _n._ Slave, menial, scullion, hack, fag, hard-worker.

~Drudgery~, _n._ Hard or toilsome work, ignoble toil, mean labor.

~Drug~, _n._ ~1.~ Medicine, physic, remedy.

~2.~ Unsalable article.

~Drum~, _n._ (_Anat._) Tympanum.

~Drunk~, _a._ Intoxicated, tipsy, inebriated, fuddled, disguised,
maudlin, drunken, mellow, SLEWED, GROGGY, in liquor, in one's cups,
half seas over.

~Drunkard~, _n._ Toper, tippler, sot, carouser, reveller, bacchanal,
bacchanalian.

~Drunken~, _a._ ~1.~ Intoxicated, drunk.

~2.~ Sottish, given to intoxication.

~Drunkenness~, _n._ ~1.~ Intoxication, inebriety, ebriety.

~2.~ Sottishness.

~Drupe~, _n._ Stone-fruit.

~Dry~, _a._ ~1.~ Arid, not wet, not moist.

~2.~ Thirsty, craving drink.

~3.~ Uninteresting, barren, dull, jejune, meagre, tame, vapid,
unembellished, plain.

~4.~ Sarcastic, severe, sly, keen, sharp.

~Dry~, _v. a._ Desiccate, exsiccate, free from moisture, make dry.

~Dry~, _v. n._ Become dry, lose moisture.

~Dryad~, _n._ Wood-nymph.

~Dry goods~, Textile fabrics (_as distinguished from groceries_).

~Dry-rot~, _n._ Sap-rot, POWDER-POST.

~Dualism~, _n._ Manicheism, doctrine of two supreme principles (_good
and evil_).

~Dub~, _v. a._ Name, style, term, denominate, designate, call,
entitle, christen.

~Dubiety~, _n._ [_Rare._] Doubtfulness, dubiousness, uncertainty.

~Dubious~, _a._ Uncertain, doubtful, equivocal, ambiguous, not plain,
not clear.

~Duck~, _v. a._ Immerse, plunge, souse, dip.

~Duck~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Dive, plunge, dip, immerse one's self.

~2.~ Bow, cringe.

~Duck-bill~, _n._ Ornithorhynchus, platypus, mullangong, tambreet,
water-mole.

~Duck-hawk~, _n._ Harpy, marsh-harrier, moor-buzzard (_Circus
œruginosus_).

~Ducking~, _n._ ~1.~ Plunge, dive, dip.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Wetting, drenching, soaking.

~Ducking-stool~, _n._ Trebuchet, tumbrel, castigatory, cucking-stool.

~Duct~, _n._ Conduit, channel, canal.

~Ductile~, _a._ ~1.~ Tractable, complying, docile, yielding, facile.

~2.~ Extensible, capable of being drawn out.

~Ductility~, _n._ ~1.~ Tractableness, docility.

~2.~ Extensibility.

~Dudgeon~, _n._ Anger, resentment, indignation, ire, malice, ill-will.

~Duds~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Old clothing, tattered garments.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Effects, things.

~Due~, _a._ ~1.~ Owed, to be paid.

~2.~ Proper, fit, suitable, appropriate, becoming, befitting.

~3.~ Owing, to be ascribed.

~Due~, _n._ ~1.~ Debt, what is due.

~2.~ Right, just title, lawful claim.

~Due~, _ad._ Directly, exactly.

~Due to~, Owing to, occasioned by, to be ascribed to.

~Duel~, _n._ Affair of honor.

~Dug~, _n._ Teat (_of a beast_), nipple, pap, udder.

~Dulcamara~, _n._ Woody night-shade, bitter-sweet (_Solanum dulcamara_).

~Dulcet~, _a._ ~1.~ Sweet, luscious, honeyed.

~2.~ Pleasing, agreeable, pleasant, delightful, charming.

~Dull~, _a._ ~1.~ Stupid, stolid, doltish, blockish, brutish,
unintelligent, unintellectual, shallow, blunt-witted.

~2.~ Apathetic, insensible, unimpassioned, passionless, dead, callous.

~3.~ Inert, inactive, lifeless, inanimate, heavy, sluggish, slow,
torpid.

~4.~ Blunt, obtuse, not sharp.

~5.~ Gloomy, sad, dismal, cheerless.

~6.~ Dim, obscure, not bright, not vivid.

~7.~ Tedious, wearisome, tiresome, uninteresting.

~Dull~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Blunt, make blunt.

~2.~ Stupefy, benumb, deaden, paralyze, obtund, hebetate, make or
render insensible, render callous, make obtuse.

~3.~ Depress, dishearten, discourage, dispirit, deject, make
melancholy, make sad or dejected.

~4.~ Quiet, allay, moderate, assuage, mitigate, alleviate, soften.

~5.~ Sully, tarnish.

~Dullard~, _n._ Simpleton, DUNCE.

~Duly~, _ad._ ~1.~ Properly, fitly, in a suitable manner.

~2.~ Regularly, in course, at the proper time.

~Dumb~, _a._ ~1.~ Unable to speak, incapable of speech.

~2.~ Mute, speechless, silent, taciturn, mum.

~Dumb-show~, _n._ Pantomime.

~Dumb-waiter~, _n._ DUMMY.

~Dumfound~, _v. a._ Confuse, confound, pose, nonplus, strike dumb.

~Dumfounder~, _v. a._ Confuse, confound, pose, nonplus, strike dumb.

~Dummador~, _n._ Cockchafer, dor, dor-bug, May-bug, tree-beetle, May-
beetle, (_Melontha vulgaris_).

~Dummy~, _n._ ~1.~ Mute, dumb person.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Dumb-waiter.

~3.~ Fourth hand (_when only three persons play at whist_).

~Dumpish~, _a._ Sad, dejected, dispirited, MELANCHOLY, despondent,
moping.

~Dumps~, _n. pl._ Dejection, depression, sadness, MELANCHOLY,
despondency, BLUES, blue devils.

~Dumpy~, _a._ Short and thick (_in person_).

~Dun~, _a._ Dull brown.

~Dun~, _v. a._ Press (_for a debt_), importune, urge.

~Dun~, _n._ ~1.~ Importunate creditor.

~2.~ Dunning letter.

~Dunce~, _n._ Simpleton, fool, dolt, ignoramus, wiseacre, blockhead,
block, numskull, dullard, thickhead, thick-skull, dunderhead,
dunderpate, clod-poll, beetle-head, bull-head, dull-head, addle-head,
logger-head, CHUCKLE-HEAD, jolt-head, lack-brain, shallow-brain, moon-
calf, halfwit, oaf, changeling, booby, noodle, spooney, tony,
NINCOMPOOP, ninny, JOBBERNOWL, flat, sawney, driveller, noddy,
natural, SAP-HEAD, ass, jackass, goose, coot, loon, calf, non-compos,
stupid fellow, silly fellow.

~Dunder~, _n._ Lees (_of cane juice_).

~Dunderhead~, _n._ Simpleton, DUNCE.

~Dunder-pate~, _n._ DUNCE.

~Dundiver~, _n._ Goosander, dish-washer, wagtail (_Mergus-merganser_
or _Mergus castor_).

~Dung~, _n._ Excrement, ordure, fæces.

~Dung~, _v. a._ Manure (_with dung_).

~Dungeon~, _n._ Prison (_especially one underground and dark_).

~Dungmeers~, _n. pl._ Compost pits.

~Dupe~, _n._ Cat's-paw, gull, cully, credulous person.

~Dupe~, _v. a._ Cheat, deceive, delude, trick, circumvent, overreach,
beguile, cully, chouse, cozen, gull, impose upon.

~Duplicate~, _a._ Double, twofold.

~Duplicate~, _n._ Copy, transcript, counterpart.

~Duplicity~, _n._ Dissimulation, chicanery, guile, deceit, deception,
hypocrisy, circumvention, artifice, Machiavelism, double dealing.

~Durability~, _n._ Permanence, durableness.

~Durable~, _a._ Permanent, lasting, abiding, continuing, constant,
stable.

~Durableness~, _n._ Permanence, durability.

~Durance~, _n._ DURESS.

~Duration~, _n._ Continuance (_in time_), continuation, lastingness,
ENDURANCE.

~Duress~, _n._ Constraint, restraint, captivity, confinement,
imprisonment, durance.

~During~, _prep._ For the time of, for the period of.

~Dusk~, _n._ Twilight.

~Dusky~, _a._ Obscure, murky, dim, shadowy, cloudy, shady, overcast,
somewhat dark.

~Dutch gold~, Pinchbeck.

~Dutch oven~, [_U. S._] Bake-kettle.

~Duteous~, _a._ Obedient, DUTIFUL.

~Dutiful~, _a._ ~1.~ Obedient, submissive, duteous.

~2.~ Reverential, respectful, deferential.

~Duty~, _n._ ~1.~ What one ought to do, what one is bound or under
obligation to do.

~2.~ Service, business, function, office.

~3.~ Tax, impost, toll, custom, excise.

~Dwale~, _n._ ~1.~ Stupefying potion, soporific draught.

~2.~ Belladonna, banewort, deadly-night-shade (_Atropa belladonna_).

~Dwarf~, _n._ Pygmy, hop o' my thumb.

~Dwarf~, _v. a._ Stunt, hinder from growth.

~Dwarfish~, _a._ Stunted, dwarfed, under-sized, diminutive, small,
little, tiny, Lilliputian, Pygmean.

~Dwell~, _v. n._ Inhabit, reside, live, stay, sojourn, tarry, abide,
plant one's self, be settled, have a habitation.

~Dweller~, _n._ Inhabitant, inhabiter, resident, citizen.

~Dwelling~, _n._ Habitation, abode, residence, lodging, quarters,
domicile, home, place of residence, place of abode, dwelling-place,
house.

~Dwelling-place~, _n._ DWELLING.

~Dwell on~, ~1.~ Hang upon fondly, be absorbed with, be deeply
interested in.

~2.~ Continue long upon, occupy a long time with.

~Dwell upon~, ~1.~ Hang upon fondly, be absorbed with, be deeply
interested in.

~2.~ Continue long upon, occupy a long time with.

~Dwindle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Diminish, decrease, lessen, shrink, grow less,
grow little.

~2.~ Sink, degenerate, decline, decay, fall away, fall off.

~Dwindle~, _v. a._ Diminish, decrease, lessen, make less.

~Dye~, _n._ ~1.~ Coloring liquor.

~2.~ Color, hue, tint, tinge, stain, cast, shade.

~Dye~, _v. a._ Color, tinge, stain.

~Dyer's-weed~, _n._ Green-broom, green-weed (_Genista tinctoria_).

~Dying~, _a._ ~1.~ Expiring.

~2.~ Mortal, perishable.

~Dying~, _n._ Death, decease, demise, dissolution, departure, exit,
end of life.

~Dynamics~, _n._ Science of forces.

~Dynasty~, _n._ ~1.~ Government, sovereignty, dominion, empire.

~2.~ Race of rulers, family of sovereigns.

~Dysentery~, _n._ Bloody-flux.

~Dyspepsia~, _n._ (_Med._) Indigestion, difficulty of digestion.

~Dyspepsy~, _n._ (_Med._) Indigestion, difficulty of digestion.

~Dyspnoea~, _n._ [L.] (_Med._) Difficulty of breathing.



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~Each~, _a._ ~1.~ One and the other (_of two_), both.

~2.~ Every one (_of several_).

~Eager~, _a._ ~1.~ Longing, yearning, greedy, impatient, keenly
desirous.

~2.~ Ardent, zealous, vehement, impetuous, earnest, animated, fervent,
fervid, glowing, hot, sanguine.

~Eagerness~, _n._ ~1.~ Longing, yearning, avidity, greediness,
impatience.

~2.~ Ardor, zeal, vehemence, impetuosity, earnestness, fervor,
fervency, heartiness, devotion.

~Eagle~, _n._ ~1.~ King of birds.

~2.~ Ten dollars (_U. S. gold coin_).

~Eagle-eyed~, _a._ Discerning, perspicacious, quick-sighted, sharp-
sighted, lynx-eyed, hawk-eyed, keen-eyed, Argus-eyed.

~Eagre~, _n._ Bore, great tidal wave.

~Ear~, _n._ ~1.~ Organ of hearing.

~2.~ Musical perception, faculty of discriminating sounds, sense of
hearing.

~3.~ Regard, heed, attention, hearing.

~4.~ Spike (_of grain_), head.

~Earache~, _n._ Otalgia, otalgy, pain in the ear.

~Ear-drop~, _n._ Ear-ring, pendant.

~Early~, _a._ ~1.~ Timely, seasonable, in season, not late.

~2.~ Forward, premature.

~3.~ At dawn, at day-break, at the opening of day.

~Early~, _ad._ Soon, betimes, seasonably, in good season, in good time.

~Earn~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Gain, get, acquire, win, obtain, procure.

~2.~ Merit, deserve, be entitled to.

~Earnest~, _a._ ~1.~ Ardent, zealous, eager, fervent, fervid, glowing,
animated, importunate, warm, hearty.

~2.~ Intent, steady, fixed, close.

~Earnest~, _n._ ~1.~ Seriousness, reality, not a jest.

~2.~ Pledge, first-fruits.

~3.~ EARNEST-MONEY.

~Earnest-money~, _n._ Earnest, pay in advance (_to bind a bargain_).

~Earnings~, _n. pl._ WAGES.

~Ear-ring~, _n._ Pendant, ear-drop.

~Earth~, _n._ ~1.~ World, globe.

~2.~ Soil, ground, land, clod, turf, sod.

~Earth-born~, _a._ ~1.~ Terrigenous, born on the earth.

~2.~ Of low birth, of mean extraction.

~3.~ Earthly, low, mean, base, abject, grovelling, earth-bred.

~Earth-bred~, _a._ Low, base, vile, abject, grovelling, earth-born.

~Earth-flax~, _n._ Amianth, amianthus (_species of Asbestos_).

~Earthly~, _a._ ~1.~ Terrestrial.

~2.~ Sensual, sordid, worldly, low, grovelling, vile, base, gross,
earthly-minded, earth-born, not spiritual.

~Earthly-minded~, _a._ Sensual, sordid, EARTHLY.

~Earthy~, _a._ ~1.~ Terrene, composed of earth.

~2.~ Earthly, terrestrial.

~3.~ Gross, coarse, unrefined.

~Ear-wax~, _n._ Cerumen.

~Ease~, _n._ ~1.~ Rest, repose, quiescence.

~2.~ Quiet, quietude, quietness, tranquillity, peace, content,
contentment.

~3.~ Facility, easiness, readiness.

~Ease~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Relieve, disburden, disencumber, free from
pressure or restraint.

~2.~ Alleviate, allay, assuage, appease, mitigate, soothe, pacify,
quiet, still, abate.

~Ease away~, (_Naut._) Slacken gradually (_a rope_), ease off.

~Easement~, _n._ (_Law._) Privilege (_by grant or prescription_),
convenience, accommodation, advantage.

~Ease off~, (_Naut._) EASE AWAY.

~Eastern~, _a._ ~1.~ Oriental, orient.

~2.~ Towards the east.

~Easy~, _a._ ~1.~ Light, not difficult, not burdensome.

~2.~ Quiet, tranquil, untroubled, comfortable, contented, satisfied,
at rest, at ease, without anxiety, without pain.

~3.~ Yielding, complying, pliant, facile, submissive, accommodating,
complaisant.

~4.~ Unconstrained, graceful, not formal, not stiff.

~5.~ Gentle, moderate.

~6.~ Not straitened (_pecuniarily_).

~Eat~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Chew and swallow.

~2.~ Corrode, consume, wear away.

~Eat~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Feed, take food.

~2.~ Act corrosively.

~3.~ [_Colloquial._] Taste, relish.

~Eatable~, _a._ Esculent, edible.

~Eat dirt~, Humble one's self, abase one's self, lower one's note,
fall on one's knees, eat humble pie, get a set-down, sing small.

~Eat humble pie~, Suffer humiliation, endure mortification, be
humbled, be abashed, be taken down, eat dirt.

~Eating~, _a._ Corrosive, erosive, corroding, caustic, catheretic.

~Eating-house~, _n._ Restaurant, chop-house.

~Eat one's words~, Take back what was said, retract a statement.

~Eau-de-Cologne~, [Fr.] Cologne, cologne-water.

~Eavesdropper~, _n._ Stealthy listener.

~Eavesdropping~, _n._ Listening by stealth.

~Ebb~, _n._ ~1.~ Regression, regress, retrocession, retrogression,
reflux, refluence, return.

~2.~ Decline, decay, deterioration, degeneracy.

~3.~ Decrease, diminution, abatement, decrement, subsidence.

~Ebb~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Recede, retire, flow back.

~2.~ Decline, decrease, decay, wane, sink, fall away.

~Ebon~, _a._ ~1.~ Dark, black, inky.

~2.~ Made of ebony.

~Ebriety~, _n._ Drunkenness, intoxication, inebriation, inebriety.

~Ebullience~, _n._ Effervescence, ebullition, boiling over.

~Ebulliency~, _n._ Effervescence, ebullition, boiling over.

~Ebullient~, _a._ Effervescing, boiling over.

~Ebullition~, _n._ ~1.~ Boiling.

~2.~ Effervescence, fermentation.

~3.~ Burst, outburst, outbreak, fit, paroxysm.

~Eccentric~, _a._ ~1.~ Not circular.

~2.~ Irregular, abnormal, anomalous, peculiar, uncommon, unnatural,
singular, strange, wayward, odd, aberrant, erratic, whimsical.

~Eccentricity~, _n._ Irregularity, peculiarity, oddness, oddity,
singularity, waywardness, strangeness, aberration.

~Ecclesiastic~, _a._ Not civil, not secular.

~Ecclesiastical~, _a._ Not civil, not secular.

~Ecclesiastic~, _n._ Priest, clergyman, churchman, minister, parson,
pastor, divine.

~Echinate~, _a._ Prickly, bristled.

~Echinated~, _a._ Prickly, bristled.

~Echo~, _n._ Reverberation, reflected sound.

~Echo~, _v. n._ Resound, reverberate, be sounded back.

~Echo~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Reverberate, reëcho.

~2.~ Repeat, sound again.

~Éclaircissement~, _n._ [Fr.] Explanation, explication.

~Eclaircize~, _v. a._ [_Modern._] Explain, unfold, expound, elucidate,
illustrate, make plain, make clear.

~Éclat~, _n._ ~1.~ Acclamation, applause, plaudit, burst of applause.

~2.~ Brilliancy, splendor, show, pomp, lustre, striking effect.

~Eclectic~, _a._ Selecting, choosing.

~Eclecticism~, _n._ Eclectic philosophy.

~Eclipse~, _n._ ~1.~ Occultation.

~2.~ Obscuration.

~Eclipse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Darken, obscure, dim.

~2.~ Cloud, veil, shroud, hide.

~3.~ Degrade, throw into the shade.

~Eclogue~, _n._ Bucolic, idyl, pastoral, pastoral poem.

~Economical~, _a._ Saving, sparing, provident, thrifty, frugal, not
wasteful, not lavish.

~Economics~, _n._ Household management, household economy.

~Economize~, _v. a._ Save, husband, manage frugally, use prudently.

~Economize~, _v. n._ Retrench, be frugal, be prudent, be economical,
practise economy, husband one's resources.

~Economy~, _n._ ~1.~ Frugality, thrift, thriftiness, good husbandry,
good housewifery.

~2.~ Arrangement, regulation, management.

~3.~ System, plan, established order.

~Ecphonesis~, _n._ [Gr.] (_Rhet._) Exclamation, ejaculation,
interjection.

~Ecstasy~, _n._ ~1.~ Trance.

~2.~ Transport, rapture, ravishment, delight, great joy.

~3.~ Enthusiasm, fanaticism.

~Ecstatic~, _a._ ~1.~ Entrancing.

~2.~ Transporting, ravishing, rapturous, very delightful.

~Ecstatical~, _a._ ~1.~ Entrancing.

~2.~ Transporting, ravishing, rapturous, very delightful.

~Ecumenic~, _a._ [Written also _Œcumenic_ and _Œcumenical_.] General
(_applied especially to councils of the Church_), universal
~Ecumenical~, _a._ [Written also _Œcumenic_ and _Œcumenical_.]
General (_applied especially to councils of the Church_), universal.

~Edacious~, _a._ Greedy, voracious, devouring.


~Eddish~, _n._ Aftermath, rowen.

~Eddy~, _n._ ~1.~ Counter-current.

~2.~ Whirlpool, vortex.

~Edentate~, _a._ Toothless.

~Edentated~, _a._ Toothless.

~Edge~, _n._ ~1.~ Cutting side (_of a blade_).

~2.~ Border, rim, brim, margin, verge, brink.

~3.~ Keenness, sharpness, intensity.

~Edge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Sharpen.

~2.~ Fringe, border.

~3.~ Move sideways, move little by little.

~Edge~, _v. n._ Move sideways, move little by little.

~Edge-bone~, _n._ Aitchbone, natchbone.

~Edging~, _n._ Fringe, border.

~Edible~, _n._ Eatable, esculent.

~Edict~, _n._ Command, order, decree, rescript, mandate, ordinance,
proclamation, ban.

~Edification~, _n._ Instruction (_with reference to improving the
character_), enlightenment, improvement, education.

~Edifice~, _n._ Building, fabric, structure.

~Edify~, _v. a._ Instruct (_in order to improve the character_),
teach, enlighten, educate, improve.

~Edit~, _v. a._ Conduct (_a literary work_), manage, prepare for
publication, superintend the publication of.

~Edition~, _n._ Impression, number (_of copies_) printed at once.

~Editor~, _n._ Conductor (_of a literary work_).

~Educate~, _v. a._ Train, discipline, teach, instruct, nurture, breed,
school, EDIFY, drill, bring up, develop the faculties of, form the
mind and character of.

~Education~, _n._ Training, teaching, schooling, instruction,
discipline, cultivation, tuition, nurture, breeding, EDIFICATION,
drilling.

~Educe~, _v. a._ Extract, draw out, bring out.

~Edulcorate~, _v. a._ (_Chem._) Wash, purify, cleanse.

~Edulcoration~, _n._ (_Chem._) Washing, cleaning, purification.

~Eel-pont~, _n._ Burbot (_Lota vulgaris_).

~Efface~, _v. a._ Obliterate, erase, expunge, blot, cancel, rub out,
wipe out, scratch out, rub off, blot out, strike out.

~Effect~, _n._ ~1.~ Consequence, result, issue, event.

~2.~ Force, validity, weight, power, efficiency.

~3.~ Purport, import, drift, tenor, meaning, general intent.

~4.~ Fact, reality, truth.

~5.~ Impression (_on the organs of sense_).

~Effect~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cause, produce, create.

~2.~ Accomplish, achieve, execute, perform, do, consummate, realize,
carry, compass, effectuate, bring about, bring to pass, carry out,
work out.

~Effective~, _a._ ~1.~ Competent, adequate, powerful, forcible,
energetic, potent, cogent, sufficient, efficacious.

~2.~ Operative, active, efficient, effectual.

~Effects~, _n. pl._ Goods, furniture, movables, personal estate.

~Effectual~, _a._ ~1.~ Operative, successful.

~2.~ Efficacious, effective, active, efficient, of adequate power.

~Effectuate~, _v. a._ Accomplish, achieve, effect, execute, carry out,
bring to pass.

~Effeminacy~, _n._ Weakness, softness, timidity, womanish delicacy.

~Effeminate~, _a._ ~1.~ Womanish, feminine, timorous, unmanly.

~2.~ Delicate, tender, womanly (_in a good sense_).

~Effeminate~, _v. a._ Unman, soften, emasculate, emolliate, make
effeminate.

~Effervesce~, _v. n._ Froth, bubble, ferment.

~Effervescence~, _n._ Bubbling, frothing, ebullition, fermentation.

~Effete~, _a._ ~1.~ Barren, unprolific, unfruitful, fruitless, addle.

~2.~ Decayed, spent, exhausted, wasted, worn out.

~Efficacious~, _a._ Effectual, effective, powerful, active, operative,
efficient, energetic, of adequate power.

~Efficacy~, _n._ Potency, competency, power, strength, force,
efficiency.

~Efficiency~, _n._ EFFICACY.

~Efficient~, _a._ ~1.~ Operative, active, efficacious, effective,
effectual, potent.

~2.~ Able, energetic, skilful, ready.

~Efficient~, _n._ Cause, operator, prime mover, efficient agent.

~Effigies~, _n._ EFFIGY.

~Effigy~, _n._ Image, figure, representation, likeness, effigies.

~Effloresce~, _v. n._ Become pulverulent (_on the surface_).

~Efflorescence~, _n._ ~1.~ Flowering, bloom, time of flowering.

~2.~ Pulverulence (_of the surface_).

~Effluence~, _n._ Emanation, efflux.

~Effluvium~, _n._ Exhalation, vapor.

~Efflux~, _n._ ~1.~ Flow, effusion.

~2.~ Emanation, effluence.

~Effort~, _n._ ~1.~ Endeavor, attempt, trial, essay, exertion,
struggle, strain, straining, stretch.

~2.~ Enterprise, undertaking, cause.

~Effrontery~, _n._ Boldness, assurance, impudence, audacity,
hardihood, presumption, shamelessness, sauciness, brass, CHEEK.

~Effulgence~, _n._ Brilliancy, lustre, splendor, brightness, radiance,
refulgence.

~Effulgent~, _a._ Brilliant, shining, lustrous, splendid, resplendent,
bright, radiant, refulgent, dazzling.

~Effuse~, _v. a._ Shed, spill, pour out.

~Effusion~, _n._ ~1.~ Outpouring, efflux, gush.

~2.~ Shedding, spilling, waste.

~3.~ Utterance, expression of thought.

~Eft~, _n._ Salamander, newt.

~Egg~, _n._ Ovum.

~Egg-shaped~, _a._ Ovate.

~Eglantine~, _n._ Sweet-brier (_Rosa rubiginosa_).

~Egotism~, _n._ Conceit, vanity, BUMPTIOUSNESS, self-conceit, self-
esteem, self-praise, self-commendation.

~Egotistic~, _a._ Conceited, vain, opinionated, BUMPTIOUS, self-
important.

~Egotistical~, _a._ Conceited, vain, opinionated, BUMPTIOUS, self-
important.

~Egregious~, _a._ Extraordinary, remarkable, enormous, monstrous,
outrageous, great.

~Egress~, _n._ Exit, departure, going out.

~Either~, _a. & pron._ ~1.~ (_Appropriately_) One or the other (_of
two_).

~2.~ (_Less authorized_) Any one (_of several_).

~3.~ (_Of doubtful propriety_) Each (_of two_), both, one and the other.

~Ejaculate~, _v. a._ Utter in an exclamation, utter briefly and
suddenly.

~Ejaculation~, _n._ Exclamation, ECPHONESIS, brief and sudden utterance.

~Eject~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Emit, discharge, void, evacuate, vomit, spew,
puke, throw out, cast up.

~2.~ Expel, oust, dismiss, discharge, cashier, turn out.

~3.~ Reject, banish, throw aside, cast away, throw overboard.

~Ejection~, _n._ ~1.~ Evacuation, discharge.

~2.~ Expulsion, dismission, extrusion, banishment.

~Eke out~, Add to, supply the deficiency of.

~Elaborate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bestow labor upon, work out.

~2.~ Improve, refine, mature, ripen, prepare thoroughly.

~Elaborate~, _a._ Labored, studied, high wrought, highly finished,
elaborately prepared.

~Elaboration~, _n._ ~1.~ Labor, painstaking.

~2.~ Preparation, ripening, maturing.

~Elapse~, _v. n._ Pass, lapse, glide away, slip away, pass away.

~Elastic~, _a._ Springy, rebounding, resilient, recoiling.

~Elasticity~, _n._ Springiness, resiliency, tendency to rebound.

~Elate~, _a._ Flushed (_with success_), elated, excited, exhilarated,
puffed up, in high spirits.

~Elate~, _v. a._ Cheer, exhilarate, elevate, animate, excite, flush,
puff up, make proud.

~Elater~, _n._ Fire-fly (_of South America, Cuba, &c._).

~Elation~, _n._ Exultation, elevation, exaltation, pride, high spirits.

~Elbow~, _n._ Angle, bend, turn.

~Elbow~, _v. a._ Push.

~Elbow~, _v. n._ Jostle, push one's way.

~Elbow-chair~, _n._ Arm-chair, armed chair.

~Elbow-room~, _n._ Scope, swing, range, opportunity, liberty of
action, a fair field, room enough.

~Elder~, _a._ Older, senior.

~Elder~, _n._ Senior, aged person.

~Elderly~, _a._ Somewhat old.

~Eldership~, _n._ Seniority.

~Eldest~, _a._ Oldest.

~Elect~, _v. a._ CHOOSE, select, cull, pick, pick out, make choice of.

~Elect~, _a._ Chosen, selected, picked, choice.

~Election~, _n._ ~1.~ Selection, preference, choice.

~2.~ (_Theol._) Predestination.

~Electioneer~, _v. n._ Canvass.

~Elective franchise~, Right of voting, right to vote.

~Elector~, _n._ Voter, constituent.

~Electric~, _n._ Non-conductor (_of electricity_).

~Electrify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Render electric, charge with electricity.

~2.~ Rouse, thrill, excite, stir, enchant.

~Elegance~, _n._ ~1.~ Grace, beauty, symmetry, propriety.

~2.~ Refinement, polish, politeness, gentility.

~Elegant~, _a._ ~1.~ Graceful, beautiful, handsome, fine, symmetrical,
classical, tasty, tasteful, chaste, neat, well-made, well-
proportioned, in good taste.

~2.~ Polished, refined, accomplished, cultivated, polite, genteel,
courtly, fashionable.

~Elegiac~, _a._ Mournful, plaintive, sorrowful, dirge-like.

~Elegy~, _n._ Dirge, lament, epicedium, mournful song, funeral song.

~Element~, _n._ ~1.~ Simple body, uncompounded body, ultimate part.

~2.~ Constituent, component, ingredient, constituent principle,
component part.

~3.~ Proper state, proper sphere.

~4.~ Rudiment, first principle, essential point.

~Elementary~, _a._ ~1.~ Simple, uncompounded.

~2.~ Rudimentary, rudimental, primary.

~Elench~, _n._ Sophism, specious argument.

~Elephantine~, _a._ Huge, immense, gigantic, colossal, Cyclopean,
Herculean, enormous, very large.

~Elevate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Raise, lift, lift up.

~2.~ Exalt, promote.

~3.~ Improve, dignify, ennoble, refine.

~4.~ Animate, elate, cheer, exhilarate, excite, flush.

~Elevation~, _n._ ~1.~ Raising, elevating.

~2.~ Exaltation, aggrandizement, promotion.

~3.~ Dignity, refinement, improvement, ennobling.

~4.~ Hill, elevated place.

~5.~ (_Astron._) Height, altitude.

~Élève~, _n._ [Fr.] Pupil.

~Elf~, _n._ ~1.~ Fairy, fey, diminutive spirit.

~2.~ Dwarf, gnome.

~Elfish~, _a._ Elf-like, mischievous, elvish.

~Elicit~, _v. a._ Draw out, bring out, succeed in obtaining.

~Elide~, _v. a._ Cut off (_a syllable_).

~Eligible~, _a._ ~1.~ Desirable, preferable, to be preferred, worthy
of choice, fit to be chosen.

~2.~ Legally qualified.

~Eliminate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Exclude, expel, reject, thrust out, drive
out, get clear of.

~2.~ Extricate, release, set free.

~3.~ (_Algebra._) Disengage, separate.

~Elimination~, _n._ ~1.~ Exclusion, expulsion, rejection.

~2.~ Separation, disengagement.

~Élite~, _n._ [Fr.] Flower (_of a society_), best part, select body.

~Elixir~, _n._ ~1.~ Cordial.

~2.~ (_Med._) Compound tincture.

~Elk~, _n._ Moose, moose-deer (_Cervus alces_ or _Alces molchis_).

~Elliptic~, _a._ Oval.

~Elliptical~, _a._ Oval.

~Ellipse~, _n._ Oval, oval figure.

~Elocution~, _n._ ~1.~ Speech, faculty of speech, power of expression.

~2.~ Utterance, delivery, manner of speaking, oral expression.

~Éloge~, _n._ [Fr.] Eulogy, eulogium, panegyric, funeral oration.

~Elongate~, _v. a._ Lengthen, stretch, draw out, lengthen out.

~Elope~, _v. n._ Abscond (_as a woman with a paramour_), run away, run
off.

~Eloquence~, _n._ ~1.~ Oratory, art of speaking well (_in public_).

~2.~ Graceful and vigorous utterance, fit words in fit places,
appropriate expression.

~Eloquent~, _a._ ~1.~ Persuasive, impressive.

~2.~ Graceful and vigorous.

~Else~, _a._ or _pron._ Other.

~Else~, _ad._ or _conj._ ~1.~ Otherwise.

~2.~ Besides.

~Elsewhere~, _ad._ ~1.~ Many other places.

~2.~ In some other place.

~3.~ In other places.

~Elucidate~, _v. a._ Explain, illustrate, unfold, make clear, make
plain, throw light upon.

~Elucidation~, _n._ Explanation, illustration, exposition, comment,
annotation, commentary, gloss, scholium.

~Elucidative~, _a._ Explanatory.

~Elude~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Escape, avoid, shun, get away from, steal away
from.

~2.~ Baffle, frustrate, foil, disconcert, disappoint, BILK.

~Elusive~, _a._ ~1.~ Evasive, ELUSORY.

~2.~ Equivocating, shuffling, equivocatory.

~Elusory~, _a._ Evasive, elusive, delusive, deceptive.

~Elutriate~, _v. a._ Cleanse (_as ores, by washing_), purify.

~Elvish~, _a._ Elf-like, mischievous, elfish.

~Elysian~, _a._ Charming, delightful, ravishing, enchanting, blissful,
heavenly, celestial, exceedingly happy.

~Elysium~, _n._ ~1.~ The Elysian fields, islands of the blest.

~2.~ Paradise, Eden, delightful place.

~Emaciate~, _a._ Lean, thin, lank, attenuated, wasted, gaunt, skinny,
meagre, worn to a shadow, reduced to a skeleton.

~Emaciated~, _a._ Lean, thin, lank, attenuated, wasted, gaunt, skinny,
meagre, worn to a shadow, reduced to a skeleton.

~Emaciation~, _n._ Leanness, lankness, meagreness, TABES, TABEFACTION.

~Emanate~, _v. a._ Issue, arise, spring, flow, proceed, emerge, go out.

~Emanation~, _n._ ~1.~ Flowing out.

~2.~ Efflux, effluence, issue.

~Emancipate~, _v. a._ Enfranchise, manumit, liberate, disenthrall,
release, unfetter, unshackle, unchain, free, set free, set at liberty.

~Emancipation~, _a._ Enfranchisement, manumission, liberation,
release, deliverance.

~Emasculate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Castrate, geld, glib, deprive of virility.

~2.~ Weaken, debilitate, unman, effeminate, emolliate, make effeminate.

~Emasculation~, _n._ ~1.~ Castration, ORCHOTOMY.

~2.~ Effeminacy, weakness, softness.

~Embalm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Preserve from decay (_by aromatics or
antiseptics_).

~2.~ Preserve, enshrine, cherish, keep unimpaired.

~3.~ Scent, perfume, make fragrant.

~Embargo~, _n._ Prohibition (_of vessels to leave port_).

~Embark~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put on shipboard.

~2.~ Engage, enlist.

~Embark~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Go on shipboard.

~2.~ Engage, enlist, enter upon, take the first step.

~Embarrass~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Perplex, entangle, beset, make intricate,
make difficult.

~2.~ Harass, distress, trouble, vex, annoy, plague, hamper, clog.

~3.~ Confuse, disconcert, confound, nonplus, pose, dumfound, dumfounder.

~Embarrassment~, _n._ ~1.~ Perplexity, difficulty, entanglement.

~2.~ Trouble, distress, vexation, plague.

~3.~ Confusion, abashment.

~Embassy~, _n._ ~1.~ Commission, mission.

~2.~ Legation, ambassadors.

~Embay~, _v. a._ Landlock.

~Embed~, _v. a._ Bed.

~Embellish~, _v. a._ Decorate, deck, bedeck, ornament, adorn,
beautify, set out, set off.

~Embellishment~, _n._ Decoration, ornament, adornment.

~Embers~, _n. pl._ Cinders.

~Embezzle~, _v. a._ Appropriate to one's own use (_what is
intrusted_), purloin, peculate, steal, come unlawfully by.

~Embezzlement~, _n._ Peculation.

~Embitter~, _v. a._ [Written also _Imbitter_.] ~1.~ Make bitter.

~2.~ Make unhappy or grievous.

~3.~ Exasperate, madden, enrage.

~Emblaze~, _v. a._ ~1.~ EMBLAZON, blazon.

~2.~ Kindle, set in a blaze.

~Emblazon~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Blazon, emblaze, adorn with ensigns armorial.

~2.~ Deck (_with showy ornaments_), decorate, adorn, embellish, set
off, set out.

~Emblazonry~, _n._ ~1.~ Heraldry, blazonry.

~2.~ Heraldic ornaments.

~Emblem~, _n._ Type, symbol, sign, representation, token, badge, mark,
device, cognizance, allusive figure.

~Emblematic~, _a._ Typical, figurative, representative, symbolical,
allusive.

~Emblematical~, _a._ Typical, figurative, representative, symbolical,
allusive.

~Emblematize~, _v. a._ Symbolize, typify.

~Embody~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Invest with a body, make corporeal, form into a
body.

~2.~ Incorporate, concentrate, compact, integrate, combine, collect
into a whole, draw into one mass.

~3.~ Comprehend, include, embrace, comprise, contain.

~4.~ Systematize, methodize, codify.

~Embolden~, _v. a._ Encourage, animate, inspirit, reassure, make bold,
give courage to.

~Embolism~, _n._ Intercalation.

~Embolismic~, _a._ Intercalated, intercalary.

~Embolismical~, _a._ Intercalated, intercalary.

~Embonpoint~, _n._ [Fr.] Plumpness, fleshiness, fatness, corpulence,
corpulency, obesity.

~Emboss~, _v. a._ Adorn with raised work, ornament in relief.

~Embossment~, _n._ Protuberance, jut, prominence, raised work, figure
in relief.

~Embouchure~, _n._ [Fr.] ~1.~ Mouth (_as of a river_).

~2.~ (_Mus._) Aperture (_of an instrument_), mouthpiece.

~Embowed~, _p. a._ Bent, curved, arched, bowed, arcuated, arcuate.

~Embowel~, _v. a._ Eviscerate, disembowel, gut, take out the bowels or
entrails of, free from the viscera.

~Embrace~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Clasp (_in the arms_), hug.

~2.~ Welcome, seize, accept, lay hold on.

~3.~ Comprehend, include, cover, contain, comprise, enclose,
encompass, encircle, embody, take in.

~Embrace~, _n._ Hug, clasp.

~Embroider~, _v. a._ Adorn with needle-work.

~Embroidery~, _n._ Variegated needle-work.

~Embroil~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Perplex, entangle, ensnarl, implicate,
commingle.

~2.~ Disturb, confuse, distract, trouble, disorder, discompose, throw
into disorder, bring into difficulty.

~Embryo~, _n._ Germ, rudiment.

~Embryo~, _a._ Embryotic, rudimentary, undeveloped.

~Embryotic~, _a._ EMBRYO.

~Emendation~, _n._ Correction (_of a text_), amendment, rectification,
change for the better.

~Emerge~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Rise (_out of a fluid_), come up.

~2.~ Issue, emanate, escape, come forth.

~3.~ Appear, become visible, rise into view.

~Emergency~, _n._ Exigency, urgency, necessity, crisis, pinch, pass,
push, strait, difficulty, conjuncture, unexpected occurrence,
unforeseen occasion.

~Emersion~, _n._ ~1.~ Emerging, rising.

~2.~ (_Astron._) Reappearance (_after eclipse_).

~Emetic~, _n._ Vomit, puke.

~Émeute~, _n._ [Fr.] Riot, popular outbreak, seditious commotion.

~Emication~, _n._ Scintillation, sparkling.

~Emigrate~, _v. n._ Migrate, remove (_from one country to settle in
another_).

~Emigration~, _n._ ~1.~ Migration, removal, exodus.

~2.~ Body of emigrants.

~Eminence~, _n._ ~1.~ Prominence, projection.

~2.~ Elevation, hill, elevated ground, high point.

~3.~ Exaltation, celebrity, distinction, note, renown, repute,
reputation, fame.

~Eminent~, _a._ ~1.~ High, lofty, elevated.

~2.~ Distinguished, conspicuous, celebrated, prominent, illustrious,
exalted, famous, renowned, remarkable, of great repute.

~Emissary~, _n._ Messenger, spy, scout, secret agent.

~Emission~, _n._ Issue, sending out, throwing out.

~Emit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Eject, discharge, exhale, breathe, breathe out,
send forth, throw out, give out.

~2.~ Issue (_for circulation_), put into circulation.

~Emmet~, _n._ Ant, pismire.

~Emolliate~, _v. a._ Soften, effeminate, emasculate, make effeminate.

~Emollient~, _a._ Softening.

~Emolument~, _n._ ~1.~ Gain, lucre, pay, compensation, wages, salary,
stipend, hire, pecuniary profit.

~2.~ Advantage, profit, benefit.

~Emotion~, _n._ Feeling, passion, excitement (_of sensibility_),
mental agitation.

~Empawn~, _v. a._ Pawn, pledge, put in pawn.

~Emphasis~, _n._ ~1.~ Stress (_on certain words_), force of utterance.

~2.~ Impressiveness, significance, moment, weight.

~Emphatic~, _a._ Expressive, significant, categorical, strong,
forcible, energetic.

~Emphatical~, _a._ Expressive, significant, categorical, strong,
forcible, energetic.

~Empire~, _n._ ~1.~ Sovereignty, supremacy, dominion, absolute
authority, supreme dominion, imperial power.

~2.~ Rule, sway, command, control, government.

~Empiric~, _n._ Quack, charlatan, pretender, mountebank, impostor,
cheat, mere experimenter (_without scientific training_).

~Empiric~, _a._ ~1.~ Experimental, experiential, from experience (_as
distinguished from inference or reasoning_).

~2.~ Charlatanic, quackish.

~Empirical~, _a._ ~1.~ Experimental, experiential, from experience
(_as distinguished from inference or reasoning_).

~2.~ Charlatanic, quackish.

~Empiricism~, _n._ ~1.~ Dependence on experience.

~2.~ Quackery, charlatanism, charlatanry.

~Emplastrum~, _n._ [L. _pl. Emplastra_.] (_Med._) Plaster.

~Employ~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Busy, engage, engross, exercise, occupy.

~2.~ Use, apply, make use of.

~3.~ Entrust with an agency, enlist in one's service, give employment
to.

~Employ~, _n._ [_Poetical._] EMPLOYMENT.

~Employé~, _n._ [Fr.] Agent, clerk, servant, hand.

~Employment~, _n._ ~1.~ Business, occupation, engagement, pursuit,
AVOCATION, calling, profession, trade, craft.

~2.~ Service, agency, office, EMPLOY.

~Emporium~, _n._ Mart, market, place of trade, commercial city.

~Empoverish~, _v. a._ [Written also _Impoverish_.] ~1.~ Make poor,
bring to want, reduce to indigence.

~2.~ Make less fertile.

~Empower~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Authorize, commission, warrant, qualify, give
authority to.

~2.~ Enable, make able.

~Emptiness~, _n._ ~1.~ Vacuity, vacuum, void space.

~2.~ Destitution, lack of supplies, want of furniture.

~3.~ Unsatisfactoriness, vanity, hollowness.

~Empty~, _a._ ~1.~ Void, devoid, vacant, unoccupied.

~2.~ Unfurnished, unsupplied, unfilled, destitute.

~3.~ Unsubstantial, unsatisfying, unsatisfactory, vain, hollow.

~4.~ Desolate, waste, deserted.

~5.~ Senseless, silly, weak.

~Empty~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Exhaust, drain, evacuate, deplete.

~2.~ Discharge, disembogue, pour out.

~Empty~, _v. n._ Flow, disembogue, flow out, be discharged.

~Emptyings~, _n. pl._ Yeast.

~Empyreal~, _a._ Ethereal, aërial, airy, highly refined.

~Empyrean~, _n._ Highest heaven.

~Emulate~, _v. a._ Rival, vie with, compete with, strive to equal or
to excel.

~Emulation~, _n._ Rivalry, competition, desire to excel, desire of
superiority.

~Emulous~, _a._ ~1.~ Competing, rivalling.

~2.~ Very desirous.

~Emunctories~, _n. pl._ Excretory ducts.

~Enable~, _v. a._ Empower, qualify, capacitate, make able, make
capable, render capable.

~Enact~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Ordain, decree, establish by law, pass into a
law, give legislative sanction to.

~2.~ Play, act, act the part of.

~Enactment~, _n._ ~1.~ Enacting.

~2.~ Law, act, decree, edict, ordinance.

~Enamour~, _v. a._ Charm, captivate, fascinate, bewitch, enrapture,
inflame with love.

~Enarthrosis~, _n._ (_Anat._) Ball-and-socket joint.

~Encage~, _v. a._ [Written also _Incage_.] Confine, coop, coop up.

~Encamp~, _v. n._ Camp, pitch one's tent, pitch a camp.

~Encamp~, _v. a._ Place in a camp.

~Encampment~, _n._ Camp.

~Enceinte~, _a._ [Fr.] Pregnant, big with child, in the family way.

~Enchain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bind, shackle, manacle, enslave, hold in
chains, hold in bondage.

~2.~ Hold, rivet, fix, hold fast.

~Enchant~, _v. a._ Charm, captivate, fascinate, bewitch, enamour, win,
catch, enrapture, ravish, beatify, please highly, lead captive.

~Enchanting~, _a._ Charming, captivating, fascinating, bewitching,
delightful, ravishing, Circean.

~Enchanter~, _n._ Charmer, magician, sorcerer.

~Enchantment~, _n._ ~1.~ Incantation, conjuration, necromancy, magic,
sorcery, witchery, spell, charm.

~2.~ Delight, fascination, rapture, ravishment, transport.

~Enchase~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Enclose (_as a gem in gold_), infix.

~2.~ Chase, emboss.

~Encircle~, _v. a._ Surround, encompass, environ, gird, engird, enclose.

~Enclose~, _v. a._ [Written also _Inclose_.] ~1.~ Encircle, surround,
encompass, imbosom, circumscribe, shut in, fence in.

~2.~ Cover, envelop, wrap.

~Enclosure~, _n._ [Written also _Inclosure_.] ~1.~ Enclosing.

~2.~ Being enclosed.

~3.~ Thing inclosed.

~4.~ Circle, compass, space enclosed.

~5.~ Yard, COMPOUND.

~Economiast~, _n._ Eulogist, panegyrist, praiser, extoller.

~Encomiastic~, _a._ Panegyrical, eulogistic, laudatory, commendatory.

~Encomiastical~, _a._ Panegyrical, eulogistic, laudatory, commendatory.

~Encomium~, _n._ Praise, eulogy, eulogium, laudation, commendation,
panegyric, good word.

~Encompass~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Surround, environ, compass, gird, engird,
encircle, enclose.

~2.~ Invest, beset, besiege, hem in, wall in, lay siege to.

~Encore~, _ad._ [Fr.] Again, once more.

~Encounter~, _n._ ~1.~ Meeting, rencounter, clash, collision.

~2.~ Attack, onset, assault.

~3.~ Conflict, combat, fight, contest, battle, engagement, action,
skirmish, brush, affair.

~Encounter~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Meet (_suddenly_), meet face to face.

~2.~ Confront, face.

~3.~ Meet with, fall upon, come upon.

~4.~ Attack, engage with, contend against, join battle with, cope
with, compete with, struggle with, strive with, fight with.

~Encounter~, _v. n._ Clash, skirmish, rencounter, fight, come into
collision.

~Encourage~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Embolden, inspirit, animate, enhearten,
hearten, stimulate, cheer, incite, assure, reassure, comfort, console,
buoy up.

~2.~ Support, favor, countenance, further, advance, promote, foster,
aid, help, abet, patronize, help forward.

~Encourager~, _n._ Favorer, promoter.

~Encroach~, _v. n._ Trespass, intrude, infringe, trench, make inroad,
make invasion, advance stealthily.

~Encroachment~, _n._ Infringement, trespass, inroad, invasion.

~Encumber~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Load, clog, oppress, impede, hinder,
obstruct, overload.

~2.~ Embarrass, perplex, entangle, involve, complicate.

~Encumbrance~, _n._ [Written also _Incumbrance_.] ~1.~ Load, clog,
impediment, hinderance, dead weight, drag weight.

~2.~ Debt, claim, liability.

~Encyclical~, _a._ Circular.

~Encyclopædia~, _n._ Cyclopædia.

~Encyclopedian~, _a._ ENCYCLOPEDIC.

~Encyclopedic~, _a._ That embraces the whole circle of learning,
encyclopedian.

~Encyclopedical~, _a._ That embraces the whole circle of learning,
encyclopedian.

~Encysted~, _a._ Enclosed in a cyst or sac.

~End~, _n._ ~1.~ Extremity, extreme point.

~2.~ Close, cessation, period, expiration, finale, finis, last, fall
of the curtain.

~3.~ Conclusion, completion.

~4.~ Termination, bound, limit.

~5.~ Final state, ultimate condition.

~6.~ Result, event, consequence, sequel, upshot, final issue.

~7.~ Fragment, scrap, remnant.

~8.~ Aim, purpose, object, design, drift, intent, intention, view,
final cause.

~End~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Terminate, conclude, finish, close, put an end to,
bring to an end, make an end of, cut short.

~2.~ Destroy, kill, put to death.

~End~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Conclude, terminate, cease, be finished, come to
an end, come to a close.

~2.~ Close, conclude a discourse, cease speaking.

~Endanger~, _v. a._ Hazard, risk, peril, jeopardize, commit,
compromit, expose to danger, put at hazard, put in peril, put in
jeopardy.

~Endear~, _v. a._ Attach, secure the affection of, bind by ties of
affection, gain the love of.

~Endearment~, _n._ Caressing, caress, blandishment, fondling.

~Endeavor~, _n._ Effort, attempt, essay, trial, struggle, exertion, aim.

~Endeavor~, _v. n._ Try, attempt, essay, labor, strive, aim, make an
effort, make an attempt.

~Endemic~, _a._ (_Med._) Of a particular district.

~Endemical~, _a._ (_Med._) Of a particular district.

~Endemic~, _n._ (_Med._) Endemical disease.

~Endless~, _a._ ~1.~ Interminable, illimitable, unlimited, boundless,
immeasurable, infinite.

~2.~ Eternal, everlasting, perpetual, incessant, continual,
uninterrupted.

~3.~ Immortal, undying, deathless, ever-living, never-dying,
imperishable.

~4.~ Objectless, without purpose or design.

~Endorse~, _v. a._ [Written also _Indorse_.] ~1.~ Superscribe, write
on the back of.

~2.~ Sanction, warrant, confirm, ratify, vouch for.

~Endow~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Furnish with a dowry, settle a dower upon.

~2.~ Furnish with a fund, supply with means.

~3.~ Enrich, endue, indue, invest.

~Endowment~, _n._ ~1.~ Gift, grant, bequest, boon, largess, bounty,
present.

~2.~ Property, fund, revenue.

~3.~ Talent, faculty, quality, power, ability, capacity, capability,
aptitude, parts, genius, qualification.

~Endue~, _v. a._ [Written also _Indue_.] Supply, invest, clothe,
endow, enrich.

~Endurable~, _a._ Tolerable.

~Endurance~, _n._ ~1.~ Bearing, suffering, sufferance.

~2.~ Patience, fortitude.

~3.~ [_Rare._] Continuance, continuation, lastingness.

~Endure~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bear, sustain, support.

~2.~ Suffer, undergo, experience, go through.

~3.~ Brook, tolerate, abide, submit to, put up with, bear with, take
patiently or easily.

~Endure~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Remain, continue, last, abide, be permanent, be
durable.

~2.~ Bear, suffer, submit, resign one's self, be patient, take it
patiently, take it easily or quietly, not fret about it.

~Enema~, _n._ (_Med._) Clyster, glyster, injection, lavement.

~Enemy~, _n._ ~1.~ Foe, adversary.

~2.~ Opponent, antagonist.

~3.~ [With _The_ prefixed.] DEVIL, Satan, arch-fiend.

~Energetic~, _a._ Vigorous, active, forcible, powerful, strong,
effective, efficacious, potent.

~Energize~, _v. i._ Act with vigor, act forcibly.

~Energize~, _v. a._ Give energy to, give force to, excite to action.

~Energy~, _n._ ~1.~ Force, power, might, efficacy, potency,
efficiency, strength, activity, intensity.

~2.~ Spirit, spiritedness, animation, life, vigor, manliness, zeal,
pluck, bottom, animal spirits.

~Enervate~, _v. a._ Unnerve, weaken, enfeeble, debilitate, paralyze,
break, deprive of force or strength, render feeble.

~Enfeeble~, _v. a._ Weaken, unnerve, ENERVATE.

~Enfilade~, _v. a._ (_Mil._) Rake with shot.

~Enforce~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Give force to, urge with energy, set forth
strongly, impress on the mind.

~2.~ Put in execution, put in force.

~3.~ Constrain, compel, oblige, force, require.

~Enforcement~, _n._ ~1.~ Inculcation.

~2.~ Sanction.

~3.~ Execution, putting in force.

~4.~ Constraint, compulsion.

~Enfranchise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Admit as a freeman, endow with a franchise.

~2.~ Free, emancipate, release, set free, make free, restore to liberty.

~Engage~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pledge, commit, promise, bind, put under pledge.

~2.~ Enlist, induce to serve.

~3.~ Gain, win, attach, attract, allure, entertain, draw, fix, arrest,
gain over.

~4.~ Occupy, employ, busy, engross.

~5.~ Attack, encounter, fight with, join battle with.

~Engage~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Fight, combat, contend, struggle, contest, join
battle.

~2.~ Embark, enlist, take the first step.

~3.~ Promise, agree, stipulate, bargain, undertake, pledge one's word,
plight one's word, pass one's word, pledge one's self, become bound,
be sworn, take upon one's self.

~Engagement~, _n._ ~1.~ Promise, stipulation, assurance, contract,
pledge, obligation.

~2.~ Employment, occupation, business, AVOCATION, calling, vocation.

~3.~ Battle, conflict, combat, contest, action, fight, encounter,
rencounter.

~Engaging~, _a._ Attractive, winning, entertaining, pleasing,
interesting, captivating, charming, taking.

~Engender~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Generate, beget, procreate, breed.

~2.~ Produce, cause, occasion, give rise to, call forth.

~Engine~, _n._ ~1.~ Machine.

~2.~ Implement, instrument, weapon, agent, means.

~Enginery~, _n._ Engines, machines.

~Engird~, _v. a._ Surround, environ, gird, begird, encircle, encompass.

~English~, _n._ ~1.~ English people.

~2.~ English language.

~Engorge~, _v. a._ Gorge, devour, swallow up, swallow eagerly, gulp
down.

~Engorge~, _v. n._ Devour food, feed greedily, be gluttonous.

~Engorgement~, _n._ ~1.~ Engorging.

~2.~ (_Med._) Congestion, obstruction, over-fulness.

~Engrain~, _v. a._ Dye in the grain, dye deep.

~Engrave~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mark by incisions, cut, chisel, carve, STIPPLE.

~2.~ Imprint, infix, impress deeply.

~Engraving~, _n._ ~1.~ Engraved plate.

~2.~ Print.

~Engross~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Absorb, engage, occupy, take up.

~2.~ Monopolize, forestall.

~3.~ Copy in large hand, write out fair.

~Engrossment~, _n._ ~1.~ Absorption, monopoly, forestalling.

~2.~ Engrossed copy.

~Engulf~, _v. a._ [Written also _Ingulf_.] Absorb, swallow up.

~Enhance~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Raise (_as price_), advance, heighten, swell.

~2.~ Increase, augment, aggravate.

~Enhearten~, _v. a._ Encourage, embolden, animate, hearten, inspirit,
cheer, incite, stimulate, assure, reassure, comfort, console, buoy up.

~Enigma~, _n._ Riddle, puzzle, dark saying, obscure question.

~Enigmatic~, _a._ Obscure, mysterious, mystic, mystical, dark, occult,
recondite, ambiguous, hidden, unintelligible, incomprehensible,
puzzling, perplexing.

~Enigmatical~, _a._ Obscure, mysterious, mystic, mystical, dark,
occult, recondite, ambiguous, hidden, unintelligible, incomprehensible,
puzzling, perplexing.

~Enjoin~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Urge, admonish, advise, importune, beg, entreat.

~2.~ Order, direct, bid, command, require, prescribe to.

~3.~ (_Law._) Prohibit, restrain, put an injunction on.

~Enjoy~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Take pleasure in, be delighted with, take
delight in, derive pleasure from.

~2.~ Have fruition of.

~Enjoyment~, _n._ ~1.~ Pleasure, gratification, delight, happiness.

~2.~ Fruition, satisfactory possession.

~Enjoy one's self~, Be happy.

~Enkindle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Inflame, ignite, kindle, set on fire.

~2.~ Incite, excite, rouse, stimulate, instigate, provoke, stir up,
set on.

~Enlarge~, _v. a._ Increase, augment, extend, expand, magnify,
amplify, make larger, make greater.

~Enlarge~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Expatiate, dilate, descant, speak at length,
launch out.

~2.~ Increase, swell, grow, extend, expand, grow larger.

~Enlargement~, _n._ ~1.~ Expansion, dilatation, extension,
augmentation, increase.

~2.~ Expatiation, copious discourse, extended remark.

~Enlighten~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Illuminate, illume, illumine, irradiate,
make light, make luminous, supply with light.

~2.~ Instruct, inform, teach.

~Enlightened~, _a._ Instructed, informed, educated, intelligent,
refined, highly civilized.

~Enlightenment~, _n._ Instruction, illumination.

~Enlist~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Enroll, register, record, list.

~2.~ Engage, induce to serve, secure the assistance of.

~Enlist~, _v. n._ ~1.~ List, enroll one's self.

~2.~ Embark, engage, pledge one's assistance.

~Enlistment~, _n._ Enrolment.

~Enliven~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Quicken, animate, wake, rouse, invigorate,
give life to.

~2.~ Inspire, inspirit, exhilarate, cheer, delight, gladden.

~En masse~, [Fr.] Altogether, in a mass, in a body.

~Enmity~, _n._ Animosity, hatred, hate, hostility, malignity, malice,
aversion, malevolence, rancor, bitterness, ill-will.

~Ennoble~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Raise to nobility, raise to the peerage.

~2.~ Exalt, dignify, elevate, raise, aggrandize.

~Ennui~, _n._ [Fr.] Listlessness (_for want of occupation_), languor,
tedium, lassitude, wearisomeness, tiresomeness, irksomeness.

~Enormity~, _n._ ~1.~ Atrociousness, depravity, atrocity,
flagitiousness, wickedness.

~2.~ Atrocious crime, flagitious villany.

~Enormous~, _a._ ~1.~ [_Rare._] Inordinate, irregular, abnormal,
exceptional.

~2.~ Huge, monstrous, immense, vast, gigantic, colossal, prodigious,
Cyclopean, Herculean, elephantine, very large.

~3.~ Flagitious, very wicked.

~Enough~, _n._ Sufficiency, plenty, QUANTUM SUFFICIT.

~Enough~, _a._ SUFFICIENT (_to satisfy desire_).

~Enough~, _ad._ Sufficiently, satisfactorily, to satisfaction.

~Enounce~, _v. a._ [_Rare._] ~1.~ Declare, enunciate, announce,
publish, proclaim, promulgate, state, propound, make known.

~2.~ Articulate, utter, pronounce.

~En passant~, [Fr.] In passing, by the way, by the by.

~Enquire~, _v. a._ [Written also and usually _Inquire_.] Ask about.

~Enquire~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Ask, question, seek information (_by
questioning_), make inquiry.

~2.~ Make investigation, make examination.

~Enrage~, _v. a._ Irritate, exasperate, incense, madden, infuriate,
provoke, inflame, chafe, AGGRAVATE, anger, make furious, excite to rage.

~Enrapture~, _v. a._ Enchant, charm, fascinate, captivate, entrance,
enravish, transport, beatify, make happy.

~Enravish~, _v. a._ Enchant, ENRAPTURE.

~Enravishment~, _n._ Rapture, ecstasy, transport, ravishment.

~Enrich~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Endow, make rich, make wealthy.

~2.~ Fertilize, make productive.

~3.~ Store, supply abundantly.

~4.~ Adorn, decorate, deck, ornament, embellish.

~Enrobe~, _v. a._ Dress, clothe, invest, attire, array, apparel, robe.

~Enroll~, _v. a._ Enlist, register, chronicle.

~En route~, [Fr.] On the way, on the passage.

~Ensanguine~, _v. a._ Stain with blood, smear with blood.

~Ensconce~, _v. a._ Shelter, cover, shield, secure, screen, hide,
protect, harbor.

~Ensemble~, _n._ [Fr.] The whole.

~Enshrine~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Enclose in a shrine.

~2.~ Preserve (_as something sacred_), embalm, treasure, cherish, keep
unimpaired.

~Ensiform~, _a._ Sword-shaped.

~Ensign~, _n._ ~1.~ Banner, standard, colors, streamer, flag, pennon.

~2.~ Symbol, sign, signal.

~3.~ Badge, distinctive mark, mark of distinction.

~Enslave~, _v. a._ Reduce to bondage, deprive of liberty.

~Ensnare~, _v. a._ [Written also _Insnare_.] ~1.~ Entrap, catch.

~2.~ Inveigle, allure, seduce.

~3.~ Entangle, embarrass, confound, perplex, bewilder, pose, nonplus,
stagger, mystify.

~Ensue~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Follow, succeed, come after, be subsequent.

~2.~ Issue, arise, spring, flow, come, result, proceed, accrue.

~Ensure~, _v. a._ [Written also and usually _Insure_.] ~1.~ Make secure.

~2.~ Secure against loss, indemnify against risk.

~Entail~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Transfer (_by inalienable title_).

~2.~ Transmit (_by necessity_), fix unalterably.

~Entangle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Ensnare, entrap, catch, involve in
complication.

~2.~ Confuse (_by twisting or crossing_), interweave, tangle, knot, mat.

~3.~ Perplex, embarrass, puzzle, confound, bewilder, pose, nonplus,
stagger, mystify.

~Entanglement~, _n._ ~1.~ Intricacy, involution, complication.

~2.~ Perplexity, embarrassment, confusion, bewilderment.

~Entelechy~, _n._ [_Peripatetic Philosophy._] Actuality (_as
distinguished from potential existence_).

~Enter~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Go into, come into.

~2.~ Record, register, enroll, note, set down, chronicle, jot down,
take down.

~3.~ Insert, set in.

~Enter~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Come in, go in, pass in.

~2.~ Penetrate, pierce.

~Enter into~, ~1.~ Form a part of.

~2.~ Share, participate in, be a partaker of.

~3.~ Sympathize with.

~Enterprise~, _n._ ~1.~ Undertaking, adventure, venture, attempt,
effort, essay, endeavor, cause.

~2.~ Energy, activity, efficiency, force of character.

~Enterprising~, _a._ ~1.~ Adventurous, venturesome, venturous,
dashing, daring, audacious, bold.

~2.~ Active, prompt, alert, stirring, smart, energetic, efficient,
spirited, zealous, strenuous, eager, on the alert, in earnest.

~Entertain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lodge, treat hospitably, show hospitality
to, receive as a guest.

~2.~ Feed, maintain, support.

~3.~ Hold, cherish, harbor.

~4.~ Take into consideration.

~5.~ Divert, amuse, please.

~Entertainer~, _n._ Host.

~Entertainment~, _n._ ~1.~ Hospitable treatment.

~2.~ Feast, banquet, treat, COLLATION, festival.

~3.~ Amusement, diversion, recreation, pastime.

~Enter upon~, Begin, commence, take the first steps in.

~Enthrall~, _v. a._ [Written also _Inthrall_.] Enslave, reduce to
servitude, put under restraint.

~Enthralment~, _n._ [Written also _Inthralment_.] Enslavement,
servitude, slavery, bondage, vassalage, serfdom, thraldom, captivity.

~Enthrone~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Invest with sovereign power, seat upon a
throne.

~2.~ Exalt, elevate, raise to superiority.

~Enthusiasm~, _n._ ~1.~ Ecstasy (_from a belief of being inspired_),
fanaticism, religious frenzy.

~2.~ Ardor, zeal, warmth, earnestness, passion, devotion, heat of
imagination, mental excitement.

~Enthusiast~, _n._ ~1.~ Fanatic, devotee, bigot, zealot, religious
madman.

~2.~ Zealot, visionary, dreamer, castle-builder.

~Enthusiastic~, _a._ ~1.~ Fanatical, bigoted.

~2.~ Visionary, extravagant.

~3.~ Ardent, earnest, vehement, zealous, fervent, fervid, burning,
flaming, glowing, passionate, impassioned.

~Enthusiastical~, _a._ ~1.~ Fanatical, bigoted.

~2.~ Visionary, extravagant.

~3.~ Ardent, earnest, vehement, zealous, fervent, fervid, burning,
flaming, glowing, passionate, impassioned.

~Entice~, _v. a._ Allure (_to evil_), lure, attract, decoy, seduce,
tempt, coax, inveigle, wheedle, cajole, persuade, lead astray.

~Enticement~, _n._ Allurement, lure, attraction, temptation, decoy,
bait, seduction, inveiglement, inducement, persuasion.

~Entire~, _a._ ~1.~ Whole, complete, perfect, undivided, unbroken,
undiminished, unimpaired.

~2.~ Full, plenary, thorough, unalloyed.

~3.~ (_Bot._) With even margins, not toothed, not notched.

~Entireness~, _n._ ~1.~ Wholeness, completeness, totality, entirety,
integrity.

~2.~ Fulness, thoroughness.

~Entirety~, _n._ Wholeness, ENTIRENESS.

~Entitle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Name, designate, denominate, style, call, dub,
christen, TITLE.

~2.~ Give a claim to, give a right to, qualify for, fit for.

~Entity~, _n._ Being, existence, essence.

~Entomb~, _v. a._ Bury, inhume, inter.

~Entombment~, _n._ Burial, interment, sepulture.

~Entrails~, _n. pl._ Intestines, bowels, viscera, guts, inwards.

~Entrance~, _n._ ~1.~ Ingress.

~2.~ Entry, inlet, mouth, avenue, passage, door, gate, portal.

~3.~ Beginning, commencement, initiation, introduction.

~Entrance~, _v. a._ Charm, enchant, enrapture, fascinate, captivate,
delight, bewitch, ravish, electrify, throw into ecstasies.

~Entrap~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Ensnare, catch.

~2.~ Inveigle, seduce, allure, entice.

~3.~ Entangle, involve, perplex, embarrass, confound, bewilder,
mystify, stagger, pose, nonplus.

~Entreat~, _v. a._ Beg, crave, beseech, implore, supplicate, ADJURE,
solicit, pray, importune, petition, enjoin, appeal to, prefer a prayer
to.

~Entreaty~, _n._ Supplication, prayer, petition, suit, solicitation,
appeal, importunity, ADJURATION.

~Entrée~, _n._ [Fr.] ~1.~ Admittance, admission, free access.

~2.~ First course (_of dishes_).

~Entremets~, _n. pl._ [Fr.] Side dishes.

~Entre nous~, [Fr.] Confidentially, privately, in confidence, between
ourselves, between you and me, under the rose, SUB ROSA.

~Entrepot~, _n._ [Fr.] Magazine, warehouse, storehouse.

~Entry~, _n._ ~1.~ Ingress, entrance.

~2.~ Passage (_into a house_), avenue, inlet, hall.

~3.~ Record, note, minute, memorandum.

~Entwine~, _v. a._ [Written also _Intwine_.] ~1.~ Twine, twist together.

~2.~ Encircle, surround, embrace, wind about, wind around.

~Enumerate~, _v. a._ Reckon, compute, count, number, tell, cite,
recount, numerate, call over, relate in detail, mention one by one.

~Enumeration~, _n._ ~1.~ Numbering, computation, citation, mention,
detailed account.

~2.~ (_Rhet._) Recapitulation, summing-up.

~Enunciate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Declare, speak, proclaim, publish, express,
relate, promulgate, state, propound, announce, enounce.

~2.~ Utter, pronounce, articulate.

~Enunciate~, _v. n._ Articulate, speak, utter articulate sounds.

~Enunciation~, _n._ ~1.~ Declaration, utterance, expression,
announcement.

~2.~ Elocution, articulation, manner of utterance.

~Enunciative~, _a._ Declarative, expressive, declaratory, enunciatory.

~Enunciatory~, _a._ Declarative, enunciative.

~Enure~, _v. n._ [Written also and usually _Inure_.] (_Law._) Be
applied, come into use, take effect.

~Envelop~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Infold, inwrap, wrap, fold, wrap up, put a
wrapper about.

~2.~ Surround, encircle, encompass, cover, hide.

~Envelop~, _n._ ENVELOPE.

~Envelope~, _n._ [Fr.] ~1.~ Wrapper, covering, case, capsule.

~2.~ (_Fort._) Mound (_to cover a weak part_).

~3.~ (_Astron._) Coma.

~Envenom~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Poison.

~2.~ Enrage, exasperate, incense, provoke, irritate, madden,
aggravate, inflame, make furious.

~Enviable~, _a._ Desirable, to be envied.

~Envious~, _a._ ~1.~ Jealous, disposed to envy.

~2.~ Grudging.

~Enviousness~, _n._ ENVY.

~Environ~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Surround, encompass, encircle, envelop, gird,
begird, engird, enclose.

~2.~ Invest, besiege, beset.

~Environs~, _n. pl._ Neighborhood, vicinity, vicinage.

~Envoy~, _n._ Minister, ambassador, plenipotentiary.

~Envy~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Hate (_for excellence or success_), view with
jealousy, feel ill-will towards.

~2.~ Grudge, begrudge.

~Envy~, _n._ ~1.~ Hate (_on account of excellence or success_),
hatred, jealousy, spite, enviousness, ill-will.

~2.~ Grudging.

~3.~ Object of envy, person to be envied.

~Ephemeral~, _a._ Short-lived, transitory, transient, fleeting,
flitting, evanescent, fugitive, fugacious, momentary, brief.

~Ephemeris~, _n._ [Gr. _pl. Ephemerides_.] ~1.~ Journal, diary.

~2.~ (_Astron._) Astronomical almanac or calendar.

~Epic~, _a._ Narrative.

~Epic~, _n._ Narrative, poem, epic poem, heroic poem.

~Epicedial~, _a._ Elegiac, mournful, funereal.

~Epicedian~, _a._ Elegiac, mournful, funereal.

~Epicedium~, _n._ Elegy, dirge, lament, mournful song, funeral song.

~Epicure~, _n._ Voluptuary, sensualist, Sybarite, free-liver, man of
pleasure.

~Epicureanism~, _n._ Doctrines of Epicurus, Epicurism.

~Epicurism~, _n._ ~1.~ Sensuality, luxury, luxurious living.

~2.~ Doctrines of Epicurus, Epicureanism.

~Epidemic~, _a._ General, prevailing, prevalent, pandemic.

~Epidemical~, _a._ General, prevailing, prevalent, pandemic.

~Epidermis~, _n._ ~1.~ Cuticle, scarf-skin.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Exterior coating.

~Epigrammatic~, _a._ Concise, laconic, terse, pointed, poignant,
piquant, sharp, pungent.

~Epigrammatical~, _a._ Concise, laconic, terse, pointed, poignant,
piquant, sharp, pungent.

~Epilepsy~, _n._ Falling sickness.

~Epiphany~, _n._ ~1.~ Manifestation, appearance (_especially that of
Christ by the star which guided the Magi to Bethlehem_).

~2.~ (_Eccl._) Festival of the Epiphany.

~Epiphyte~, _n._ Air-plant.

~Epiploön~, _n._ (_Anat._) Omentum, caul.

~Episcopacy~, _n._ Episcopalianism.

~Episcopal~, _a._ Episcopalian.

~Episcopalian~, _a._ Episcopal.

~Episcopalian~, _n._ Churchman.

~Episcopalianism~, _n._ Episcopacy.

~Episcopate~, _n._ ~1.~ Bishopric, office of a bishop.

~2.~ Body of bishops.

~Episode~, _n._ Digression, incidental narrative.

~Epistle~, _n._ Letter, note, written communication.

~Epistyle~, _n._ (_Arch._) Architrave.

~Epitaph~, _n._ Inscription (_on a tomb or monument_).

~Epithalamium~, _n._ Nuptial song.

~Epithet~, _n._ [_Technical term of the Rhetorician._] ADJECTIVE,
name, appellation, designation, title, qualifying word or term,
descriptive term.

~Epitome~, _n._ Abridgment, abstract, compend, compendium, conspectus,
syllabus, brief, breviary, summary, synopsis, digest, sum and substance.

~Epitomist~, _n._ Abridger, epitomizer, writer of an epitome.

~Epitomize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Abridge, abbreviate, shorten, condense,
reduce, contract, make an abstract of.

~2.~ Curtail, cut short.

~Epitomizer~, _n._ EPITOMIST.

~Epoch~, _n._ Period, date, era, age, point or period of time
(_remarkable for some event_).

~Epsom-salts~, _n. pl._ Sulphate of magnesia.

~Equability~, _n._ Evenness, uniformity, equableness.

~Equable~, _a._ Even, uniform, equal, steady, regular, always the same.

~Equableness~, _n._ Evenness, equability.

~Equal~, _a._ ~1.~ Like, alike, tantamount, equivalent; of the same
extent, measure, degree, or value.

~2.~ Uniform, even, regular, equable.

~3.~ Impartial, unbiassed, equitable, fair, just, even-handed.

~4.~ Proportionate, commensurate.

~5.~ Adequate, competent, fit, of sufficient strength or ability.

~Equal~, _n._ Peer, compeer, fellow.

~Equal~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Equalize, make equal, make alike.

~2.~ Rival, rise to the same level with.

~3.~ Be adequate to, be equal to, be commensurate with.

~Equality~, _n._ ~1.~ Likeness.

~2.~ Uniformity, evenness.

~Equalize~, _v. a._ Equal, make equal, make alike.

~Equanimity~, _n._ Evenness of mind or temper, steadiness of
disposition.

~Equate~, _v. a._ Average, reduce to an average.

~Equator~, _n._ ~1.~ Equinoctial, equinoctial line, celestial equator.

~2.~ Terrestrial equator.

~Equestrian~, _n._ ~1.~ Horseman, rider.

~2.~ Knight, cavalier, chevalier, horse-soldier, CHASSEUR.

~Equestrianism~, _n._ Horsemanship.

~Equilibrium~, _n._ Equipoise, even balance, equality of weight.

~Equinoctial~, _n._ Celestial equator, equinoctial line.

~Equinoctial~, _a._ ~1.~ Of the equinoctial.

~2.~ At the time of the equinoxes.

~Equinox~, _n._ Equinoctial point, intersection of the equator and the
ecliptic.

~Equip~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Furnish, provide, arm, fit out, supply with
outfits or apparatus.

~2.~ Dress, accoutre, array, dress out.

~Equipage~, _n._ ~1.~ Apparatus, equipment, furniture, baggage,
effects, bag and baggage.

~2.~ Carriage, vehicle, turnout.

~3.~ Train, retinue, attendance, procession, suite.

~Equipment~, _n._ Accoutrement, furniture, apparatus, rigging, gear,
outfit.

~Equipoise~, _n._ Equilibrium, even balance, equality of weight.

~Equipollent~, _a._ [_Rare._] Equivalent.

~Equitable~, _a._ ~1.~ Upright, just, honest, impartial, candid,
unbiassed, unprejudiced, even-handed.

~2.~ Reasonable, fair, justifiable, right, proper.

~Equity~, _n._ ~1.~ Justice, right.

~2.~ CHANCERY.

~Equivalence~, _n._ Equality.

~Equivalency~, _n._ Equality.

~Equivalent~, _a._ ~1.~ Equal, commensurate, tantamount, EQUIPOLLENT.

~2.~ Synonymous, interchangeable, of the same meaning or import.

~Equivocal~, _a._ ~1.~ Ambiguous, of doubtful meaning, to be taken in
a double sense.

~2.~ Uncertain, doubtful, dubious, indeterminate.

~Equivocate~, _v. n._ Quibble, shuffle, dodge, palter, PREVARICATE,
evade the truth, use equivocal expressions (_for the sake of
deception_).

~Equivocation~, _n._ ~1.~ Quibbling, prevarication, evasion,
shuffling, ambiguity of speech.

~2.~ Quibble, equivoke, double meaning.

~Equivoke~, _n._ ~1.~ Ambiguous expression, double meaning.

~2.~ Quibble, equivocation, double meaning.

~Equivoque~, _n._ [Fr.] EQUIVOKE.

~Era~, _n._ ~1.~ Series or succession of years (_marked by any
administration or dispensation_).

~2.~ Epoch, period, date, age, point or period of time (_from which
dates are reckoned_).

~Eradicate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Extirpate, uproot, root out, pull up by the
roots.

~2.~ Destroy, exterminate, annihilate.

~Eradication~, _n._ ~1.~ Extirpation, rooting out.

~2.~ Extermination, destruction, annihilation, excision.

~Erase~, _v. a._ Efface, obliterate, rase, expunge, cancel, blot,
scratch out, scrape out, rub out, blot out.

~Erasure~, _n._ Obliteration, scratching out, rasure.

~Ere~, _ad._ [_Poetical._] Before, sooner than.

~Ere~, _prep._ [_Poetical._] Before, prior to.

~Erebus~, _n._ (_Myth._) [L.] Hell, Tartarus, Hades, Avernus, the
lower world, the infernal regions, shades below, region of darkness.

~Erect~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Set up, place upright, set upright.

~2.~ Raise, build, construct.

~3.~ Exalt, elevate, magnify.

~4.~ Institute, found, form, plant, establish.

~5.~ [_Poetical._] Cheer, animate, inspirit, enliven, encourage.

~Erect~, _a._ ~1.~ Upright, not prone.

~2.~ Elevated, turned upward.

~3.~ Bold, undaunted, undismayed, unterrified, firm, unshaken.

~Erection~, _n._ ~1.~ Erecting, setting upright.

~2.~ Raising, building, constructing.

~3.~ Building, structure, edifice.

~Erelong~, _ad._ Soon, before long.

~Eremite~, _n._ [_Poetical._] Hermit, anchoret, anchorite, solitary,
SOLITAIRE, recluse.

~Ergo~, _ad._ [L.] Therefore, consequently.

~Ergot~, _n._ Spurred rye.

~Erin~, _n._ Ireland.

~Ermine~, _n._ ~1.~ Stoat (_Mustela erminea_).

~2.~ Fur of the stoat.

~Erode~, _v. a._ Consume, destroy, canker, corrode, eat away.

~Erosion~, _n._ Corrosion, eating away.

~Erosive~, _a._ Corrosive, corroding, caustic, acrid, virulent,
eating, catheretic.

~Erotic~, _a._ Amatory, amorous, Anacreontic.

~Erotical~, _a._ Amatory, amorous, Anacreontic.

~Erotic~, _n._ Amatory poem.

~Err~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Deviate (_from the right way_), wander, ramble,
rove.

~2.~ Mistake, blunder, misjudge, make a mistake, be at fault, labor
under a mistake.

~3.~ Sin, lapse, fall, trip, trespass, offend, go astray, do amiss,
commit a fault.

~Errand~, _n._ Message, mandate, mission, commission.

~Errant~, _a._ Wandering, roving, rambling.

~Errata~, _n. pl._ [L.] Errors (_in printing_), mistakes, misprints.

~Erratic~, _a._ ~1.~ Wandering, roving, nomadic, not stationary.

~2.~ Irregular, eccentric, abnormal.

~Errhine~, _n._ Sternutatory.

~Erring~, _a._ Sinful, fallible, peccable, liable to err.

~Erroneous~, _a._ False, incorrect, inexact, inaccurate, wrong, untrue.

~Error~, _n._ ~1.~ Mistake, blunder, misapprehension, oversight,
inaccuracy.

~2.~ Sin, fault, offence, trespass, transgression, delinquency,
iniquity.

~Errors~, _n. pl._ (_In printing._) Errata, misprints.

~Erse~, _n._ Gaelic language.

~Erubescent~, _a._ Reddish, blushing, rubicund.

~Eructate~, _v. n._ [_Rare._] Belch, eject wind from the stomach.

~Eructation~, _n._ Belching.

~Erudite~, _a._ Learned, lettered, well-read, deep-read.

~Erudition~, _n._ Knowledge (_gained by reading and study_), learning,
lore, scholarship, science, literature.

~Eruption~, _n._ ~1.~ Explosion, outburst, outbreak.

~2.~ Sally, sudden excursion.

~3.~ (_Med._) Rash, exanthem.

~Erysipelas~, _n._ Saint Anthony's fire.

~Escalade~, _v. a._ Scale.

~Escapade~, _n._ ~1.~ Impropriety (_committed by one who is
unconscious of it_).

~2.~ Vagary, prank, frolic.

~Escape~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Avoid, shun, evade, elude, flee from, get out
of the way of.

~2.~ Pass unobserved.

~Escape~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Flee, fly, abscond, decamp, VAMOSE,
ABSQUATULATE, SLOPE, make or effect one's escape, make off, steal
away, hasten away, slink away, run away, break loose, break away, gain
one's freedom, whip off, take one's self off, beat a retreat, take to
one's heels, cut and run, take French leave, be among the missing.

~2.~ Slip, pass, go by, slip through the fingers, be passed over, be
omitted.

~Escape~, _n._ ~1.~ Flight.

~2.~ Release (_from threatened danger_).

~Escarp~, _n._ Scarp.

~Eschar~, _n._ (_Med._) Crust (_made by caustics_), scab, slough.

~Escharotic~, _a._ Caustic, searing, cauterizing, catheretic.

~Escharotic~, _n._ (_Med._) Caustic, caustic application.

~Escheat~, _v. n._ Be forfeited.

~Eschew~, _v. a._ Avoid, shun, flee from, keep away from, keep clear
of, steer clear of, keep out of the way of, be shy of, have nothing to
do with.

~Escort~, _n._ ~1.~ Convoy, guard, conduct.

~2.~ Protection, safeguard, safe conduct.

~Escort~, _v. a._ Attend, accompany, convoy, conduct, wait on, go
along with.

~Escritoire~, _n._ [Fr.] Writing-desk.

~Esculent~, _a._ Eatable, edible.

~Esculent~, _n._ Edible substance.

~Escutcheon~, _n._ Shield, scutcheon, ensign armorial.

~Esophagus~, _n._ [Written also and usually _Œsophagus._] Gullet.

~Esoteric~, _a._ Private, secret, acroamatic, acroatic, not public,
not exoteric.

~Especial~, _a._ Particular, principal, chief, special.

~Espial~, _n._ Notice, observation, discovery.

~Espousal~, _n._ ~1.~ Espousing, betrothing.

~2.~ Adoption, defence, support, maintenance.

~Espousals~, _n. pl._ Betrothment, promise of marriage.

~Espouse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Betroth, promise marriage with.

~2.~ Marry, wed, join in wedlock.

~3.~ Adopt, defend, embrace, maintain, support.

~Esprit de corps~, [Fr.] Class feeling, mutual interest in one another
(_as between members of the same society or of the same profession_).

~Espy~, _v. a._ Discern, descry, perceive, spy, discover, catch a
glimpse of, catch sight of.

~Espy~, _v. n._ Watch, observe, spy, take notice.

~Esquire~, _n._ Squire.

~Essay~, _v. a._ Attempt, try, endeavor.

~Essay~, _n._ ~1.~ Attempt, trial, endeavor, effort, struggle, aim.

~2.~ Tract, dissertation, treatise, disquisition, brief discourse.

~Essayist~, _n._ Essay-writer.

~Essay-writer~, _n._ Essayist.

~Essence~, _n._ ~1.~ Nature, substance, quintessence, essential part.

~2.~ Extract, volatile part, rectified portion.

~3.~ Odor, perfume, scent.

~4.~ Being, existence, entity.

~Essence~, _v. a._ Perfume, scent, odor.

~Essential~, _a._ ~1.~ Vital, necessary, requisite, indispensable,
highly important.

~2.~ Volatile, pure, highly rectified.

~3.~ (_Med._) Idiopathic, not symptomatic.

~Essential~, _n._ ~1.~ Nature, first principle.

~2.~ Chief point, most important part.

~Establish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fix, settle, plant, found, institute,
constitute, organize, form.

~2.~ Confirm, ratify, sanction, approve.

~3.~ Prove, substantiate, verify, make good.

~Establishment~, _n._ ~1.~ Planting, founding, institution,
organization, settlement.

~2.~ Confirmation, ratification, sanction, approval.

~3.~ Verification, substantiation, proof.

~4.~ Residence (_with all that pertains to it_), place of residence.

~5.~ Style of living, expenses of living.

~6.~ Place of business.

~Estate~, _n._ ~1.~ State, condition, position, rank.

~2.~ Property, effects, possessions, fortune.

~3.~ Class (_of those who constitute the state or the government of a
state_), order, division.

~4.~ (_Law._) Interest (_in any species of permanent property_).

~Esteem~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Estimate, appreciate, value, rate, reckon, set
a value on.

~2.~ Admire, like, prize, honor, revere, respect, think well of, think
highly of, set a high value on.

~3.~ Regard, consider, deem, think, account, believe, suppose,
imagine, hold, view, fancy, look upon.

~Esteem~, _n._ ~1.~ Estimation, estimate, appreciation, valuation,
reckoning, account, opinion, judgment.

~2.~ Respect, reverence, honor, credit, high regard, favorable opinion.

~Esthetics~, _n._ [Written also and usually _Æsthetics._] Philosophy
of the fine arts, theory or philosophy of taste, science of the
beautiful.

~Estimable~, _a._ Worthy, good, excellent, meritorious.

~Estimate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Value, appraise, rate, prize, esteem,
appreciate, set a value on, set a price on.

~2.~ Compute, reckon, count, calculate.

~Estimate~, _n._ ~1.~ Valuation, estimation.

~2.~ Calculation, computation.

~Estimation~, _n._ ~1.~ Valuation, appraisement, appreciation,
estimate, judgment, opinion, esteem.

~2.~ Respect, honor, regard, reverence, favorable opinion.

~Estop~, _v. a._ (_Law._) Bar, stop, impede, preclude, stop the
progress of.

~Estoppel~, _n._ Bar, impediment.

~Estrange~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Withdraw, withhold, keep away.

~2.~ Disaffect, alienate, make unfriendly, make disaffected.

~Estrangement~, _n._ ~1.~ Withdrawal.

~2.~ Disaffection, alienation.

~Estuary~, _n._ Frith, inlet, arm of the sea.

~État-major~, [Fr.] Staff, commissioned officers, staff officers.

~Et cætera~, [L.] And others, and so forth, and so on.

~Etch~, _v. a._ Engrave (_by corrosion of an acid_).

~Eternal~, _a._ ~1.~ Endless, everlasting, interminable, ever-during,
perpetual, ceaseless, unceasing, perennial.

~2.~ Imperishable, undying, never-dying, immortal.

~3.~ Immutable, unchangeable.

~Eternally~, _ad._ Endlessly, interminably, perpetually, ceaselessly,
continually, everlastingly, always, ever, AYE, evermore, for
everlasting, for ever, for AYE, for ever and ever, world without end,
time without end, to the end of time, till doomsday.

~Eternity~, _n._ Perpetuity, endless duration.

~Eternize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Perpetuate, make perpetual.

~2.~ Immortalize, make immortal.

~Ethereal~, _a._ ~1.~ Airy, aerial, empyreal, light, volatile.

~2.~ Celestial, heavenly.

~Etherealize~, _v. a._ Subtilize, make ethereal.

~Etherealness~, _n._ Airiness, rarity, subtilty, subtileness.

~Ethical~, _a._ Moral.

~Ethics~, _n._ Morality, morals, moral philosophy, science of human
duty.

~Ethiops-mineral~, _n._ Black sulphuret of mercury.

~Ethnic~, _a._ ~1.~ Heathen (_as distinguished_ _from Jewish and_
_Christian_), pagan, gentile.

~2.~ Ethnological.

~Ethnical~, _a._ ~1.~ Heathen (_as distinguished_ _from Jewish and_
_Christian_), pagan, gentile.

~2.~ Ethnological.

~Ethnologic~, _a._ Ethnic, ethnical.

~Ethnological~, _a._ Ethnic, ethnical.

~Ethnography~, _n._ Description of races (_especially as regard
manners and customs or external peculiarities_).

~Ethnology~, _n._ Science of races (_treating of the mental as well as
of the physical differences of the races of mankind_).

~Ethology~, _n._ Treatise on ethics, system of ethics.

~Etiolate~, _v. a._ Bleach, blanch, whiten, make or render white.

~Etiolate~, _v. n._ Become white, be whitened, be blanched, be bleached.

~Etiolated~, _a._ Whitened (_by exclusion from light_), blanched,
bleached.

~Etiquette~, _n._ Prescribed form (_of behavior, as that set down on a
card or ticket on the occasion of ceremonies at court_), fashionable
ceremony, ceremonial code, forms of good breeding, conventional decorum.

~Etymology~, _n._ ~1.~ Science of etymons.

~2.~ Derivation.

~3.~ (_Gram._) Inflection (_of the parts of speech_).

~Etymon~, _n._ Root, radical, radix, primitive word.

~Eucharist~, _n._ Communion, sacrament, Lord's Supper, Christian
sacrament.

~Eulogist~, _n._ Encomiast, panegyrist, praiser, extoller.

~Eulogistic~, _a._ Encomiastic, panegyrical, commendatory, laudatory.

~Eulogistical~, _a._ Encomiastic, panegyrical, commendatory, laudatory.

~Eulogium~, _n._ Praise, EULOGY.

~Eulogy~, _n._ Eulogistic speech or discourse, praise, eulogium,
encomium, panegyric, commendation, good word, tribute of praise.

~Eupepsy~, _n._ Good digestion.

~Euphemism~, _n._ Softened expression (_to avoid offending by
harshness or by indelicacy_).

~Euphonic~, _a._ EUPHONIOUS.

~Euphonical~, _a._ EUPHONIOUS.

~Euphonious~, _a._ Euphonic, mellifluous, clear, silvery, musical,
sweet-toned, not harsh, sweetly flowing.

~Euphony~, _n._ Agreeable sound (_in language_).

~Euphrasy~, _n._ (_Bot._) Eye-bright (_Euphrasia officinalis_).

~Euphuism~, _n._ Purism, finical style, fastidious delicacy (_in the
use of language_), affected elegance.

~Euthanasia~, _n._ Euthanasy, easy death.

~Euthanasy~, _n._ EUTHANASIA.

~Eutrophy~, _n._ Healthy nutrition.

~Euxine~, _n._ Black sea.

~Evacuant~, _a._ (_Med._) Purgative, cathartic, abstergent, cleansing.

~Evacuant~, _n._ Cathartic, purgative, purgative medicine.

~Evacuate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Empty, make empty.

~2.~ Eject, expel, excrete, void, discharge, throw out, clear out,
clean out.

~3.~ Quit (_as a house or a country_), leave, relinquish, forsake,
desert, abandon, withdraw from.

~Evacuation~, _n._ ~1.~ Emptying.

~2.~ Discharge, ejection, excretion.

~3.~ Quitting, withdrawal.

~Evade~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Elude, escape, escape from, steal away from, get
away from (_by artifice_).

~2.~ Avoid, shun, decline.

~Evade~, _v. n._ Equivocate, shuffle, quibble, dodge, prevaricate,
palter, cavil.

~Evanesce~, _v. n._ Vanish, disappear, be seen no more.

~Evanescence~, _n._ Transitoriness, transientness, speedy passage,
short continuance.

~Evanescent~, _a._ Vanishing, fleeting, transitory, transient,
passing, flitting, fugitive, flying, ephemeral, short-lived.

~Evangelic~, _a._ According to the gospel.

~Evangelical~, _a._ According to the gospel.

~Evangelist~, _n._ ~1.~ Writer of one of the Gospels.

~2.~ Missionary.

~Evangelize~, _v. a._ Preach the gospel to, instruct in the gospel.

~Evaporate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Fly off in vapor.

~2.~ Disappear, be dissipated.

~Evaporate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Vaporize, convert into vapor, disperse in
vapor.

~2.~ Exhale, emit in vapor.

~Evaporating dish~, Capsule.

~Evaporation~, _n._ ~1.~ Vaporization.

~2.~ Exhalation.

~Evasion~, _n._ Shift, subterfuge, equivocation, prevarication,
quibble, tergiversation, shuffling, sophistical excuse, disingenuous
escape.

~Evasive~, _a._ Equivocating, shuffling, sophistical, elusive, elusory.

~Eve~, _n._ [_Poetical._] EVENING.

~Even~, _n._ Evening, eve.

~Even~, _a._ ~1.~ Smooth, level, plane, flat.

~2.~ Uniform, equable, equal, calm, ruffled, unsteady.

~3.~ On a level, on the same level.

~4.~ Fair, just, equitable.

~5.~ Divisible by two, not odd.

~Even~, _ad._ ~1.~ Exactly, verily, just.

~2.~ At the very time.

~3.~ Likewise, in like manner, not only so, but also.

~4.~ Strange to say.

~5.~ So much as.

~Even-handed~, _a._ Just, equitable, impartial, fair, honest, upright.

~Evening~, _n._ EVE, even, eventide, nightfall, dusk, twilight, close
of the day, fall of day, decline of day, going down of the sun.

~Evening star~, _n._ Vesper, Hesper, Hesperus, Venus.

~Event~, _n._ ~1.~ Incident, accident, occurrence, adventure, affair.

~2.~ Result, issue, consequence, end, conclusion, termination.

~Eventful~, _a._ Full of incidents.

~Eventual~, _a._ Final, ultimate.

~Eventuate~, _v. n._ Issue, terminate, close, prove, turn out.

~Ever~, _ad._ ~1.~ At any time.

~2.~ Always, evermore, perpetually, continually, eternally, AYE, for
aye, for ever, at all times, to the end of time, through all ages,
till doomsday.

~Ever and anon~, Often, every now and then, at short intervals.

~Ever-during~, _a._ Eternal, EVERLASTING.

~Everlasting~, _a._ ~1.~ Eternal, endless, unending, ever-during,
perpetual, incessant, ceaseless, continual, uninterrupted,
interminable, unceasing, never-ceasing, never-ending.

~2.~ Imperishable, undying, never-dying, ever-living, deathless,
immortal.

~Everlasting~, _n._ ~1.~ Eternity.

~2.~ Cudweed, goldylocks, IMMORTELLE.

~Ever-living~, _a._ Eternal, immortal, undying, deathless, never-
dying, everlasting.

~Evermore~, _ad._ Always, eternally, forever, ever, perpetually,
continually, AYE, for aye, at all times, to the end of time, through
all ages.

~Every~, _a._ Each (_of several_).

~Every now and then~, Often, at short intervals, ever and anon.

~Every-day~, _a._ Common, customary, usual, wonted, accustomed,
habitual.

~Everywhere~, _ad._ In every place, in all places, right and left, far
and near, far and wide, throughout the world, all the world over, in
every quarter, in all quarters, in all lands; here, there, and
everywhere; from pole to pole, from China to Peru, from Maine to
Georgia.

~Evict~, _v. a._ (_Law._) Dispossess.

~Eviction~, _n._ (_Law._) Dispossession, deprivation.

~Evidence~, _n._ Testimony, proof, ground of belief.

~Evidence~, _v. a._ Prove, elucidate, demonstrate, show, manifest,
evince, make manifest, make clear.

~Evident~, _a._ Plain, clear, manifest, apparent, obvious, palpable,
patent, unmistakable.

~Evidential~, _a._ Indicative, evidentiary, evincive, demonstrative.

~Evidentiary~, _a._ EVIDENTIAL.

~Evil~, _a._ ~1.~ Bad, ill, not good.

~2.~ Wicked, sinful, vicious, corrupt, perverse, wrong.

~3.~ Mischievous, hurtful, harmful, noxious, deleterious.

~4.~ Unhappy, unfortunate, calamitous, adverse, unpropitious.

~Evil~, _n._ ~1.~ Calamity, misfortune, disaster, reverse.

~2.~ Wickedness, sin, depravity, malignity, wicked disposition.

~3.~ Wrong, injury, mischief, harm.

~Evil-doer~, _n._ Sinner, criminal, malefactor, culprit, offender,
delinquent, wrong-doer.

~Evil one~, Devil, Satan, Lucifer, Belial, Apollyon, arch-fiend, the
tempter, the man of sin, the wicked one, the old serpent, the prince
of darkness, the foul fiend, the Enemy.

~Evince~, _v. a._ Prove, demonstrate, show, evidence, manifest,
elucidate, make evident, make clear.

~Evincive~, _a._ Demonstrative, indicative, evidential, evidentiary.

~Eviscerate~, _v. a._ Disembowel, embowel, gut, take out the bowels of.

~Evoke~, _v. a._ Summon, call forth, call up, summon forth.

~Evolution~, _n._ Evolving, unfolding, expansion, evolvement.

~Evolve~, _v. a._ Unroll, unfold, expand, open, develop.

~Evolvement~, _n._ EVOLUTION.

~Exacerbate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Irritate, exasperate, provoke, imbitter,
inflame, excite, infuriate.

~2.~ Aggravate, heighten, increase.

~Exacerbation~, _n._ ~1.~ Exasperation, provocation, irritation.

~2.~ Aggravation, increase.

~Exact~, _a._ ~1.~ Strict, scrupulous, methodical, punctual, nice,
critical, upright, honest.

~2.~ Accurate, precise, literal, correct, true.

~Exact~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Extort, require authoritatively.

~2.~ Claim, demand.

~Exaction~, _n._ ~1.~ Extortion.

~2.~ Contribution (_demanded_), tribute.

~Exactitude~, _n._ EXACTNESS.

~Exactness~, _n._ ~1.~ Accuracy, correctness, faultlessness,
precision, nicety, truth.

~2.~ Strictness, regularity, scrupulousness, carefulness.

~Exaggerate~, _v. a._ Overstate, heighten, amplify, overcharge,
strain, stretch, overstrain, caricature, overcolor, depict
extravagantly, color too highly.

~Exaggeration~, _n._ Hyperbole, rant, caricature, extravagant
statement, high coloring.

~Exalt~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Raise, elevate, erect, lift up.

~2.~ Ennoble, dignify, aggrandize.

~3.~ Praise (_highly_), extol, magnify, glorify, bless.

~Exaltation~, _n._ Elevation, dignity.

~Examination~, _n._ ~1.~ Inspection, observation.

~2.~ Inquiry, search, research, scrutiny, investigation, inquisition.

~3.~ Trial by questions (_in order to elicit truth or to test
qualifications_).

~Examine~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Inspect, observe.

~2.~ Scrutinize, investigate, study, consider, canvass, inquire into,
search into, look into, inquire about.

~3.~ Interrogate (_in order to elicit truth or to test
qualifications_), catechise, put questions to.

~Examiner~, _n._ ~1.~ Inspector.

~2.~ Inquirer, investigator.

~Example~, _n._ ~1.~ Pattern, copy, model, archetype, prototype.

~2.~ Precedent.

~3.~ Instance, illustration, exemplification, case in point.

~Exanimate~, _a._ ~1.~ Lifeless, dead, defunct.

~2.~ Inanimate, torpid, inert, sluggish, spiritless.

~Exanthem~, _n._ (_Med._) Rash, eruption, breaking out.

~Exanthema~, _n._ [Gr. _pl. Exanthemata_.] Exanthem.

~Exasperate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Irritate, provoke, chafe, vex, nettle,
incense, anger, affront, offend, enrage, make angry.

~2.~ Exacerbate, inflame, render more violent.

~Exasperation~, _n._ ~1.~ Irritation, provocation, exacerbation.

~2.~ Wrath, rage, ire, fury, violent passion.

~Ex cathedra~, [L.] ~1.~ [_Adjectively._] Authoritative, from the
bench, from high authority.

~2.~ [_Adverbially._] Authoritatively, with authority, with the air of
a magistrate.

~Excavate~, _v. a._ Hollow, hollow out, scoop out, dig out, cut out.

~Excavation~, _n._ ~1.~ Excavating.

~2.~ Cutting, cavity, hollow.

~Exceed~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Transcend, surpass, cap, go beyond.

~2.~ Excel, outdo, outstrip, outvie, be superior to.

~Exceed~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Go too far, overstep the proper limit.

~2.~ Be the greater, bear the greater proportion.

~Exceedingly~, _ad._ Very, highly, greatly, extremely, vastly, beyond
measure, to a great degree.

~Excel~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Surpass, outdo, beat, be superior to, cast in
the shade, throw into the shade.

~2.~ Exceed, transcend, cap, go beyond.

~Excel~, _v. n._ Be superior, be eminent, bear the palm, bear the
bell, take precedence.

~Excellence~, _n._ ~1.~ Superiority, pre-eminence, transcendence.

~2.~ Good quality.

~3.~ Worth, goodness, uprightness, probity, purity.

~Excellent~, _a._ ~1.~ Superior, eminent, first-rate, sterling,
peerless, prime, admirable, matchless, choice, CRACK, exquisite,
transcendent, of the best, of the first water, superlatively good.

~2.~ Virtuous, worthy, good, above or beyond all praise.

~Except~, _v. a._ Exclude, reject, leave out.

~Except~, _v. n._ Object, make objection, take exception.

~Except~, _prep._ Excepting, excluding, save, leaving out, with the
exception of.

~Exception~, _n._ ~1.~ Exclusion.

~2.~ Objection.

~3.~ Instance to be excepted.

~Exceptionable~, _a._ Objectionable.

~Exceptional~, _a._ Irregular, unusual, uncommon, unnatural, peculiar,
anomalous, abnormal, aberrant, exceptive.

~Exceptive~, _a._ EXCEPTIONAL.

~Excerpt~, _n._ Extract, quotation, citation, selected passage.

~Excerpt~, _v. a._ Extract, select, cite, quote, take.

~Excess~, _n._ ~1.~ Superfluity, redundance, redundancy, superabundance.

~2.~ Surplus, overplus, remainder.

~3.~ Intemperance, dissipation, debauchery.

~Excessive~, _a._ ~1.~ Superabundant, superfluous, exuberant.

~2.~ Extravagant, inordinate, enormous, outrageous, unreasonable, very
great.

~3.~ Immoderate, intemperate, extreme.

~4.~ Vehement, violent.

~Exchange~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Barter, commute, swap, truck, change.

~2.~ Interchange, bandy, give and take reciprocally.

~Exchange~, _n._ ~1.~ Barter, traffic, trade, commutation.

~2.~ Interchange, reciprocity.

~3.~ BOURSE.

~Excise~, _n._ Inland duty, tax upon home products.

~Excision~, _n._ Extirpation, eradication, destruction, extermination.

~Excitability~, _n._ ~1.~ Sensibility, sensitiveness.

~2.~ Irritability, irascibility, passionateness, hot temper.

~Excitable~, _a._ ~1.~ Sensitive, susceptible, impressible, excited.

~2.~ Irascible, irritable, passionate, choleric, hasty, hot-tempered,
quick-tempered.

~Excite~, _v._ a. ~1.~ Arouse, rouse, awaken, stimulate, incite,
animate, kindle, inflame, brew, stir up.

~2.~ Raise, create, give rise to, put in motion.

~3.~ Disturb, agitate, discompose, irritate, provoke.

~Excitement~, _n._ ~1.~ Incitement, motive, stimulus.

~2.~ Agitation, perturbation, commotion, sensation.

~3.~ Irritation, warmth, passion.

~Exclaim~, _v. n._ Vociferate, shout, call, cry out, call aloud.

~Exclamation~, _n._ ~1.~ Vociferation, outcry, ejaculation, clamor.

~2.~ (_Rhet._) ECPHONESIS, interjection.

~Exclude~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bar, debar, preclude, reject, shut out.

~2.~ Prohibit, restrain, hinder, withhold.

~3.~ Expel, eject, thrust out.

~Exclusion~, _n._ ~1.~ Preclusion, rejection.

~2.~ Prohibition.

~3.~ Expulsion, ejection.

~Exclusive~, _a._ ~1.~ Excluding, debarring.

~2.~ Excepting, to the exclusion, not including.

~3.~ Illiberal, selfish, narrow, uncharitable, narrow-minded.

~4.~ Sole, only, special.

~Excommunicate~, _v. a._ Dismiss or expel (_from the church_),
denounce, proscribe, anathematize, expel from fellowship.

~Excommunication~, _n._ Dismission, or expulsion (_from the church_),
denunciation, proscription, anathema, ban.

~Excoriate~, _v. a._ Flay, skin, gall, strip the skin from.

~Excoriation~, _n._ Flaying, skinning.

~Excrement~, _n._ ~1.~ Excretion, excreted matter.

~2.~ Dung, fæces, ordure, alvine discharges.

~Excremental~, _a._ Excrementitious, excrementitial.

~Excrementitial~, _a._ EXCREMENTAL.

~Excrementitious~, _a._ EXCREMENTAL.

~Excrescence~, _n._ Wart, tumor, morbid protuberance.

~Excrescent~, _a._ Fungous.

~Excrete~, _v. a._ Separate, discharge, eject, throw off.

~Excretion~, _n._ ~1.~ Separation, discharge.

~2.~ Excrement, excreted matter.

~Excretive~, _a._ Excretory.

~Excretory~, _a._ Excretive.

~Excruciate~, _v. a._ Torture, torment, rack, agonize.

~Excruciating~, _a._ Torturing, tormenting, very painful.

~Excruciation~, _n._ Torture, torment, agony, anguish.

~Exculpate~, _v. a._ Absolve, exonerate, acquit, clear, excuse,
pardon, justify, vindicate, set right, apologize for, make allowance
for, put in a good word for.

~Exculpation~, _n._ Excuse, exoneration.

~Exculpatory~, _a._ Excusatory, apologetical.

~Excursion~, _n._ ~1.~ Journey, tour, trip, expedition, ramble, jaunt.

~2.~ Digression, episode.

~Excursive~, _a._ Rambling, wandering, roving, roaming, devious,
erratic, nomadic.

~Excursus~, _n._ [L.] Dissertation, disquisition, discussion.

~Excusable~, _a._ Pardonable, venial.

~Excusatory~, _a._ Apologetical.

~Excuse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pardon, forgive, acquit, absolve, exculpate,
exonerate, clear, make apology for, set right.

~2.~ Extenuate, justify, vindicate.

~3.~ Exempt, release, free, let off.

~4.~ Overlook, regard indulgently.

~Excuse~, _n._ ~1.~ Apology, plea, justification, absolution.

~2.~ Pretext, pretence, color, guise, disguise, semblance, make shift,
false show.

~Execrable~, _a._ ~1.~ Detestable, hateful, odious, damnable, cursed,
accursed, abominable, villanous.

~2.~ Offensive, disgusting, obnoxious, nauseous, nauseating,
sickening, repulsive, revolting, vile.

~Execrate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Curse, imprecate ill upon.

~2.~ Abominate, detest, hate, abhor.

~Execration~, _n._ ~1.~ Curse, malediction, ban, anathema, imprecation
of evil.

~2.~ Detestation, abhorrence, abomination, horror, hateful thing.

~Execute~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Accomplish, effect, effectuate, perform, do,
consummate, finish, complete, achieve, carry out, carry through, carry
into effect, work out.

~2.~ Put to death (_in pursuance of a judicial sentence_).

~3.~ Sign, seal, and deliver (_as a deed_).

~Execution~, _n._ ~1.~ Performance, operation, accomplishment,
achievement, completion, consummation.

~2.~ Effect, something done.

~3.~ Mode of performance.

~4.~ Writ or warrant (_for carrying out a judgment or sentence_).

~5.~ Capital punishment, punishment of death.

~Executive~, _a._ Executory, not legislative.

~Executive~, _n._ Governor, chief magistrate.

~Executory~, _a._ ~1.~ Executive.

~2.~ (_Law._) To be executed.

~Exegesis~, _n._ ~1.~ Exegetics, science of interpretation.

~2.~ Interpretation, exposition, explanation.

~Exegetic~, _a._ Explanatory, expository.

~Exegetical~, _a._ Explanatory, expository.

~Exegetics~, _n._ Exegesis, science of interpretation.

~Exemplar~, _n._ Pattern, model, copy, example, prototype, archetype.

~Exemplary~, _a._ ~1.~ Meritorious, good, worthy, worthy of imitation,
fit for a pattern.

~2.~ Monitory, warning.

~Exemplification~, _n._ ~1.~ Illustration.

~2.~ (_Law._) Certified copy or transcript.

~Exemplify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Illustrate, show by example.

~2.~ (_Law._) Make a certified copy of.

~Exempt~, _v. a._ Excuse, exonerate, relieve, release, free, let off,
grant immunity to.

~Exempt~, _a._ Exempted, free, liberated, released.

~Exemption~, _n._ Immunity, privilege.

~Exequies~, _n. pl._ Obsequies, funeral rites, funeral procession,
ceremonies of burial.

~Exercise~, _n._ ~1.~ Practice, use, appliance, application,
performance, operation, employment.

~2.~ Exertion, labor, work, toil, effort.

~3.~ Training, schooling, discipline, drill, drilling.

~4.~ Lesson, task.

~Exercise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Exert (_constantly_), employ, busy, apply,
use, put in action, set to work.

~2.~ Discipline, train, drill, break in, habituate to practice.

~3.~ Practise, pursue, carry on.

~4.~ Task, try, afflict, pain, make uneasy.

~Exercise~, _v. n._ Labor, work, make exertion, take exercise.

~Exert~, _v. a._ EXERCISE, use, put forth, put in action, bring into
operation, set to work.

~Exert one's self~, Labor, toil, strive, endeavor, work, take pains,
bestir one's self, fall to work, work with a will, leave no stone
unturned, do one's best.

~Exertion~, _n._ Effort, endeavor, struggle, attempt, trial, strain,
stretch.

~Exfoliate~, _v. n._ Scale off, shell off, peel off, fall off in scales.

~Exfoliation~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Min._) Separation in scales or laminæ.

~2.~ (_Med._) Desquamation.

~Exhalation~, _n._ ~1.~ Evaporation, emission of vapor.

~2.~ Vapor, fume, effluvium, steam, reek, smoke, fog.

~Exhale~, _v. a._ Emit, evaporate, breathe, emit in vapor, throw off
in effluvia.

~Exhale~, _v. n._ Fly off, pass off, be evaporated, be exhaled.

~Exhaust~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Drain, empty.

~2.~ Expend, spend, waste, squander, consume, destroy, lavish,
dissipate, fritter away, run out.

~3.~ Prostrate, cripple, weaken, enervate, debilitate, disable,
deprive of strength, wear out.

~Exhaustless~, _a._ Inexhaustible.

~Exhibit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Show, display, present to view, offer for
inspection.

~2.~ Manifest, express, indicate, disclose, make known, bring to
notice, bring into view, point out, set forth.

~3.~ (_Law._) Offer, present, propose.

~4.~ (_Med._) Administer (_medicine_).

~Exhibition~, _n._ ~1.~ Display, show, manifestation.

~2.~ Exposition, laying open to public view.

~3.~ (_Eng. Universities_). Allowance, pension, benefaction.

~4.~ (_Med._) Administration (_of medicine_).

~Exhilarate~, _v. a._ Cheer, enliven, inspirit, inspire, animate;
elate, gladden, make merry, make glad or joyous.

~Exhilarating gas~, Nitrous oxide, protoxide of nitrogen, laughing gas.

~Exhilaration~, _n._ ~1.~ Cheering, enlivening, animating.

~2.~ Animation, gayety, hilarity, glee, cheer, gladness, joyousness,
cheerfulness, good humor, good spirits, high spirits.

~Exhort~, _v. a._ Urge, incite, stimulate, persuade, encourage to do
well.

~Exhort~, _v. n._ Give exhortation, offer advice.

~Exhortation~, _n._ ~1.~ Advice, counsel.

~2.~ Persuasive discourse.

~Exhortative~, _a._ Exhortatory, hortatory.

~Exhortatory~, _a._ Exhortative, hortatory.

~Exhumation~, _n._ Disinterment.

~Exhume~, _v. a._ Disinter, unbury.

~Exigence~, _n._ ~1.~ Demand, urgency, necessity, need, want,
requirement.

~2.~ Emergency, crisis, strait, conjuncture, quandary, pass, pinch,
nonplus, critical situation, pressing necessity.

~Exigency~, _n._ ~1.~ Demand, urgency, necessity, need, want,
requirement.

~2.~ Emergency, crisis, strait, conjuncture, quandary, pass, pinch,
nonplus, critical situation, pressing necessity.

~Exigent~, _a._ Urgent, pressing.

~Exiguity~, _n._ Smallness, slenderness, fineness, exility.

~Exile~, _n._ ~1.~ Banishment, expatriation, ostracism, proscription,
expulsion (_from one's country_).

~2.~ Banished person.

~Exile~, _v. a._ Banish, expatriate, ostracize, proscribe, expel
(_from one's country_).

~Exility~, _n._ Slenderness, fineness, smallness, exiguity.

~Exist~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be, subsist, have being.

~2.~ Live, breathe, have life, be alive.

~3.~ Continue, remain, endure.

~Existence~, _n._ ~1.~ Being, entity.

~2.~ Life, animation.

~3.~ Continuance, duration.

~Exit~, _n._ ~1.~ Departure, withdrawal.

~2.~ Egress, passage out.

~Exodus~, _n._ Departure (_from a country_).

~Exonerate~, _v. a._ Exculpate, absolve, acquit, clear, release,
discharge, justify, vindicate, let off.

~Exoneration~, _n._ Discharge, exculpation, acquittal, release,
clearance, justification, vindication.

~Exorbitance~, _n._ Extravagance, enormity, excess.

~Exorbitancy~, _n._ Extravagance, enormity, excess.

~Exorbitant~, _a._ Extravagant, inordinate, excessive, enormous,
unreasonable.

~Exorcise~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Drive away (_by conjurations_), cast out.

~2.~ Deliver from malignant spirits, purify from evil influence.

~Exorcism~, _n._ Spell, charm, incantation.

~Exordium~, _n._ [L. _pl. Exordia; Eng. pl. Exordiums._] Introduction,
opening, preamble, preface, proem, prelude, prologue.

~Exosmose~, _n._ Transudation.

~Exosmosis~, _n._ Transudation.

~Exoteric~, _a._ Public, open, not private, not esoteric.

~Exoterical~, _a._ Public, open, not private, not esoteric.

~Exotic~, _a._ Foreign, extraneous, not indigenous, not native.

~Exotical~, _a._ Foreign, extraneous, not indigenous, not native.

~Expand~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Spread, open, unfold, evolve, lay open, spread
out.

~2.~ Dilate, distend, swell, fill out, blow up.

~3.~ Extend, enlarge, increase, diffuse.

~Expand~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Open, be unfolded, be spread out.

~2.~ Dilate, be distended, increase in bulk.

~Expanse~, _n._ ~1.~ Extent, expansion, expanded surface.

~2.~ Firmament, arch of the sky.

~Expansion~, _n._ ~1.~ Expanding, spreading, opening.

~2.~ Dilatation, distension, swelling.

~3.~ Enlargement, increase, diffusion.

~4.~ Extent, expanse.

~Expansive~, _a._ Diffusive.

~Expatiate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Rove at large, range at will, take a wide
survey.

~2.~ Dilate, enlarge, descant, launch out.

~Expatriate~, _v. a._ Banish, exile, ostracize, proscribe, expel
(_from one's country_).

~Expatriation~, _n._ Exile, banishment, proscription, expulsion (_from
one's country_).

~Expect~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Await, wait for.

~2.~ Anticipate, look for, look forward to, count upon, reckon upon,
calculate upon, rely upon.

~3.~ HOPE, hope for.

~Expectance~, _n._ Expectation, hope, expectancy.

~Expectancy~, _n._ ~1.~ Expectation, hope, expectance.

~2.~ (_Law._) Abeyance, prospect.

~Expectant~, _a._ Waiting.

~Expectation~, _n._ ~1.~ Anticipation, prospect, expectance, expectancy.

~2.~ Hope, trust, reliance, confidence, assurance, presumption.

~Expectorate~, _v. a._ Hawk up, cough up.

~Expedience~, _n._ ~1.~ Fitness, propriety, suitableness,
advisability, desirableness.

~2.~ Advantage, profit, utility.

~Expediency~, ~1.~ Fitness, propriety, suitableness, advisability,
desirableness.

~2.~ Advantage, profit, utility.

~Expedient~, _a._ ~1.~ Fit, proper, suitable, advisable, desirable.

~2.~ Advantageous, profitable, useful, for one's advantage, for one's
interest.

~Expedient~, _n._ Shift, resource, resort, contrivance, means.

~Expedite~, _v. a._ Hasten, accelerate, despatch, speed, hurry,
quicken, precipitate, forward, advance, press forward, urge forward,
press on, urge on.

~Expedition~, _n._ ~1.~ Haste, speed, despatch, celerity, quickness,
promptness, alacrity, alertness.

~2.~ Enterprise, undertaking.

~Expeditious~, _a._ ~1.~ Speedy, quick, hasty.

~2.~ Prompt, swift, punctual, diligent, nimble, alert.

~Expel~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Eject, dislodge, drive out, force away.

~2.~ Banish, exile, expatriate, ostracize, proscribe.

~Expend~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disburse, spend, lay out.

~2.~ Use, employ.

~3.~ Exhaust, consume, waste, dissipate.

~Expenditure~, _n._ ~1.~ Disbursement.

~2.~ Expense, cost, charge, outlay.

~Expense~, _n._ Cost, charge, expenditure, outlay.

~Expensive~, _a._ ~1.~ Lavish, extravagant, wasteful.

~2.~ Dear, costly, high-priced, of great price.

~Experience~, _n._ ~1.~ Trial, proof, test, practice.

~2.~ Knowledge (_gained from trial or practice_), experimental
knowledge, practical wisdom.

~Experience~, _v. a._ Try, feel, undergo, endure, put to the proof
(_of one's own sensations_), prove by trial, have practical
acquaintance with.

~Experienced~, _a._ Practised, instructed, accomplished, thoroughbred,
versed, qualified, able.

~Experiment~, _n._ Trial, test, examination, assay, proof, touchstone,
ordeal.

~Experiment~, _v. n._ Make experiment, make trial.

~Experimental~, _a._ ~1.~ Empiric, empirical, experiential, from
experience.

~2.~ Tentative, in the way of experiment.

~Expert~, _a._ Adroit, dexterous, ready, prompt, quick, apt, clever,
able, skilful.

~Expert~, _n._ Experienced person, person specially versed (_in a
given subject_).

~Expiate~, _v. a._ Atone for, do penance for, make satisfaction or
reparation for.

~Expiation~, _n._ Atonement, satisfaction, reparation.

~Expiration~, _n._ ~1.~ Emission of breath.

~2.~ Death, decease, demise.

~3.~ Termination, cessation, close, end, conclusion.

~Expire~, _v. a._ Breathe out, emit from the lungs.

~Expire~, _v. n._ ~1.~ DIE, decease, draw the last breath.

~2.~ End, terminate, cease, conclude, come to an end.

~Explain~, _v. a._ Interpret, elucidate, expound, illustrate, unfold,
solve, ECLAIRCIZE, clear up, make plain, throw light upon.

~Explain~, _v. n._ Account, give a reason, give an explanation.

~Explainable~, _a._ Explicable, that may be explained.

~Explanation~, _n._ ~1.~ Interpretation, elucidation, illustration,
exposition, description, explication, CLAVIS, key.

~2.~ Sense, meaning, acceptation.

~3.~ Mutual understanding.

~Explanatory~, _a._ Illustrative, elucidative, expository, serving to
explain.

~Expletive~, _a._ Superfluous, redundant.

~Expletive~, _n._ Expletive word or syllable.

~Explicable~, _a._ Explainable.

~Explication~, _n._ Interpretation, explanation, exposition,
illustration.

~Explicit~, _a._ Express, clear, plain, positive, definite,
determinate, categorical, unambiguous, unreserved.

~Explode~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Discharge, burst, displode, detonate.

~2.~ Discard, repudiate, scout, scorn, contemn, cry down, treat with
contempt, bring into disrepute.

~Explode~, _v. n._ Burst, displode, detonate, be discharged.

~Exploit~, _n._ Act (_especially an heroic act_), deed, feat,
achievement.

~Exploration~, _n._ Examination, scrutiny, inquiry, research,
inquisition.

~Explore~, _v. a._ Examine, scrutinize, investigate, search into,
inquire into, pry into.

~Explosion~, _n._ Burst, bursting, detonation, blast, clap, pop,
crack, sudden discharge.

~Exponent~, _n._ Index, representative.

~Export~, _v. a._ Send out (_merchandise from one country to
another_), carry out, send abroad.

~Export~, _n._ Commodity exported.

~Expose~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Disclose, uncover, detect, descry, lay open,
make bare, show up, bring to light.

~2.~ Exhibit, hold up to view.

~3.~ Subject, make liable.

~4.~ Endanger, jeopardize, put in danger, put in peril.

~Exposé~, _n._ [Fr.] Exposition, formal statement.

~Exposition~, _n._ ~1.~ Exposure, disclosing, laying open.

~2.~ Explanation, interpretation, elucidation, explication, EXPOSÉ.

~3.~ Exhibition, show, display.

~Expositor~, _n._ Expounder, explainer, interpreter.

~Expository~, _a._ Explanatory, illustrative, exegetical, elucidative.

~Expostulate~, _v. n._ Remonstrate, reason earnestly (_for
dissuasion_), urge reasons (_against any course_).

~Expostulation~, _n._ Remonstrance.

~Exposure~, _n._ ~1.~ Exposition, disclosing, laying open.

~2.~ Position (_with reference to the points of the compass_).

~Expound~, _v. a._ Explain, unfold, interpret, elucidate, clear up,
lay open, make plain.

~Expounder~, _n._ Interpreter.

~Express~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Squeeze out, press out.

~2.~ Utter, speak, declare, assert, set forth, give vent to, give
utterance to.

~3.~ Represent, indicate, show, signify, exhibit, denote.

~4.~ Send by express.

~Express~, _a._ Explicit, clear, plain, definite, positive,
determinate, categorical, not ambiguous, clearly stated.

~Express~, _n._ ~1.~ Messenger (_for a special purpose_), courier.

~2.~ Message, despatch.

~3.~ Speedy conveyance.

~Expressage~, _n._ Charge for any thing sent by express.

~Expression~, _n._ ~1.~ Squeezing out, pressing out.

~2.~ Utterance, declaration, assertion.

~3.~ Phrase, terms, form of words, mode of speech.

~4.~ Aspect, look, appearance of the face.

~5.~ Lively representation, effective exhibition.

~Expressive~, _a._ ~1.~ Significant, indicative.

~2.~ Emphatic, strong, forcible, energetic, lively, vivid.

~Express one's self~, ~1.~ Speak or write, utter one's self, make
known one's opinions, sentiments, or feelings.

~2.~ Speak one's mind, say one's say.

~Expulsion~, _n._ ~1.~ Expelling, driving out.

~2.~ Ejection, extrusion, banishment.

~Expunge~, _v. a._ Erase, efface, obliterate, cancel, blot out, strike
out, rub out, wipe out.

~Expurgate~, _v. a._ Purify, purge, cleanse.

~Expurgation~, _n._ Purification, cleansing.

~Exquisite~, _n._ ~1.~ Nice, exact, accurate, discriminating,
delicate, refined.

~2.~ Select, choice, excellent, rare, valuable, precious.

~3.~ Consummate, complete, perfect, matchless.

~4.~ Acute, intense, poignant, keen.

~Exquisite~, _n._ Dandy, fop, beau, popinjay, jackanapes, SWELL, man-
milliner, man of dress, vain fellow.

~Exsiccate~, _v. a._ Dry, desiccate, make dry, dry up.

~Extant~, _a._ Existing, undestroyed, in being, in existence, not lost.

~Extemporaneous~, _a._ Unpremeditated, off-hand, extemporary, extempore.

~Extemporary~, _a._ Unpremeditated, off-hand, extemporaneous, extempore.

~Extempore~, _ad._ [L.] Suddenly, without premeditation, without
preparation, in an off-hand manner, on the spur of the moment.

~Extempore~, _a._ [L.] Extemporary, extemporaneous.

~Extemporize~, _v. n._ Speak extempore, speak without notes, speak
without premeditation, make an off-hand speech or address.

~Extend~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Stretch out, reach out, reach forth.

~2.~ Prolong, continue, lengthen out, protract.

~3.~ Expand, dilate, enlarge, widen, augment, increase, fill out.

~4.~ Diffuse, spread abroad.

~5.~ Offer, yield, give, impart.

~Extend~, _v. n._ Stretch, reach, spread.

~Extendible~, _a._ Extensible, extensile.

~Extensible~, _a._ Extendible, extensile.

~Extensile~, _a._ Extensible, extendible.

~Extension~, _n._ Expansion, dilatation, enlargement, increase,
augmentation.

~Extensive~, _a._ Wide, large, broad, comprehensive, capacious,
extended, expanded.

~Extent~, _n._ ~1.~ Expansion, expanse, amplitude.

~2.~ Bulk, size, magnitude, volume.

~3.~ Length, reach, stretch, compass.

~Extenuate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lessen, diminish, reduce in size or bulk.

~2.~ Palliate, mitigate, qualify, excuse, apologize for.

~Extenuation~, _n._ ~1.~ Diminution, abatement, mitigation.

~2.~ Palliation, excuse, apology.

~Exterior~, _a._ ~1.~ Outward, external, outer, outside, superficial.

~2.~ Extrinsic, foreign, from without.

~Exterior~, _n._ ~1.~ Outside, outer part, outer surface.

~2.~ Outward appearance.

~Exterminate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Extirpate, eradicate, uproot, annihilate,
destroy, abolish, root out, put an end to.

~2.~ (_Math._) Eliminate.

~Extermination~, _n._ ~1.~ Extirpation, eradication, annihilation,
destruction, extinction, abolition, excision.

~2.~ (_Math._) Elimination.

~Extern~, _n._ ~1.~ Day-scholar.

~2.~ [_Rare._] Exterior, outward part.

~External~, _a._ ~1.~ Outward, outer, exterior, outside, superficial.

~2.~ Extrinsic, foreign, from without.

~3.~ Visible, apparent.

~Externals~, _n. pl._ Outside, outward parts, things as seen, visible
forms.

~Extinct~, _a._ ~1.~ Extinguished, quenched, put out.

~2.~ Ended, terminated, closed, brought to an end, no longer existing.

~Extinction~, _n._ ~1.~ Extinguishment.

~2.~ Destruction, annihilation, extirpation, extermination, excision,
abolition, abolishment.

~Extinguish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Quench, put out.

~2.~ Destroy, suppress.

~Extinguishment~, _n._ ~1.~ Quenching.

~2.~ Destruction, suppression, extinction, abolition, abolishment.

~Extirpate~, _v. a._ Eradicate, uproot, exterminate, annihilate,
destroy, abolish, root out.

~Extirpation~, _n._ Eradication, extermination, annihilation,
destruction, extinction, excision, abolition.

~Extol~, _v. a._ Praise, laud, applaud, magnify, exalt, celebrate,
glorify, commend highly.

~Extoller~, _n._ Praiser, panegyrist, encomiast, eulogist.

~Extort~, _v. a._ Exact, wrest, wring, wrench, force, get by force.

~Extortion~, _n._ Exaction, illegal compulsion.

~Extortionate~, _a._ Oppressive, exacting, severe, hard, rigorous.

~Extra~, _a._ ~1.~ Additional.

~2.~ Unusual, extraordinary.

~Extract~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Draw out, pull out, take out.

~2.~ Derive (_by chemical process_).

~3.~ Select (_from a literary work_), cite, quote.

~4.~ (_Math._) Determine or find (_a root_).

~Extract~, _n._ ~1.~ Quotation, citation, excerpt, passage quoted.

~2.~ (_Med._) Inspissated infusion or decoction.

~Extraction~, _n._ ~1.~ Drawing out.

~2.~ Lineage, descent, birth, origin, genealogy, parentage.

~3.~ (_Math._) Determination (_of a root_).

~Extradition~, _n._ Delivery or surrender (_of fugitives from justice
by one nation to another_).

~Extraneous~, _a._ Foreign, extrinsic.

~Extraordinary~, _a._ Remarkable, unusual, signal, uncommon, singular,
egregious, rare, extra, out of the way, unheard of, more than common.

~Extravagance~, _n._ ~1.~ Excess, exorbitance, enormity,
unreasonableness, preposterousness.

~2.~ Irregularity, wildness, folly, absurdity.

~3.~ Prodigality, profusion, waste.

~Extravagant~, _a._ ~1.~ Excessive, inordinate, exorbitant,
unreasonable, preposterous.

~2.~ Irregular, wild, foolish, absurd.

~3.~ Wasteful, lavish, profuse, prodigal, too liberal, too bountiful.

~Extravasated~, _a._ Effused, forced out (_of ducts or vessels_).

~Extravasation~, _n._ Effusion (_from ducts or vessels_).

~Extreme~, _a._ ~1.~ Outermost, utmost, farthest, uttermost, most
distant, most remote.

~2.~ Greatest, highest, of the highest degree, of the rarest kind.

~3.~ Last, final, ultimate.

~Extreme~, _n._ End, extremity.

~Extremes~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Extremities, terminal points.

~2.~ (_Logic._) Subject and predicate.

~3.~ (_Math._) First and last terms (_of a proportion_).

~Extremity~, _n._ ~1.~ End, termination, verge, border, extreme.

~2.~ Utmost point, highest degree.

~3.~ Utmost distress, greatest difficulty.

~Extricate~, _v. a._ Disengage, disentangle, clear, disembarrass,
relieve, liberate, deliver, free, set free.

~Extrication~, _n._ Disentanglement, liberation, release, relief,
deliverance.

~Extrinsic~, _a._ External, outward, extraneous, foreign, not intrinsic.

~Extrinsical~, _a._ External, outward, extraneous, foreign, not
intrinsic.

~Extrude~, _v. a._ Expel, eject, oust, dislodge, force out, thrust out.

~Extrusion~, _n._ Expulsion, ejection.

~Exuberance~, _n._ Overgrowth, luxuriance, superabundance,
superfluity, profusion, copiousness, excess, rankness, overgrowth.

~Exuberant~, _a._ Over-abundant, rank, copious, plenteous, full,
plentiful, ample, replete, liberal, lavish.

~Exudation~, _n._ Excretion, secretion, sweating, perspiration,
transudation, oozing.

~Exude~, _v. a._ Excrete, secrete, discharge (_by pores_), throw out.

~Exude~, _v. n._ Transude, ooze, be excreted, be secreted, pass by
pores.

~Exult~, _v. n._ Triumph, chuckle, crow, rejoice (_for success or
victory_), leap for joy, be in transport.

~Exultant~, _a._ Exulting, triumphing, joyous, jubilant, transported,
elated.

~Exultation~, _n._ Joy (_for success or victory_), transport, elation,
delight, triumph.

~Exuviæ~, _n. pl._ Remains (_of animals, as skins, shells, &c._).

~Eye~, _n._ ~1.~ Organ of sight, organ of vision.

~2.~ Sight, view, estimate, judgment.

~3.~ Watch, notice, vigilance, observation, inspection.

~4.~ Perforation, aperture, eyelet.

~5.~ Bud, shoot.

~Eye~, _v. a._ Watch, observe, view, look on, fix the eye on, keep in
view, have an eye on.

~Eyebright~, _n._ Euphrasy (_Euphrasia officinalis_).

~Eyelet~, _n._ Perforation, aperture, eye, eyelet-hole.

~Eyelet-hole~, _n._ Eyelet.

~Eyesight~, _n._ ~1.~ Vision, sense of seeing.

~2.~ View, observation, inspection.

~Eye-tooth~, _n._ Canine tooth, cuspidate tooth.

~Eye-water~, _n._ COLLYRIUM, wash or lotion for the eyes.

~Eyry~, _n._ Nest (_of a bird of prey_).



F


~Fabian~, _a._ Dilatory, inactive, procrastinating, delaying.

~Fable~, _n._ ~1.~ Story (_fictitious_), tale, parable, APOLOGUE,
ALLEGORY, myth, legend.

~2.~ Plot, action, series of events.

~3.~ Fiction, falsehood, lie, untruth, forgery, invention,
fabrication, figment, coinage of the brain.

~Fable~, _v. n._ Feign, write fiction.

~Fable~, _v. a._ Feign, invent.

~Fabler~, _n._ Fabulist, writer of fables.

~Fabric~, _n._ ~1.~ Building, structure, edifice, pile.

~2.~ Texture, conformation, make, workmanship.

~3.~ Manufactured cloth.

~Fabricate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Frame, construct, build.

~2.~ Manufacture, make.

~3.~ Invent, feign, forge, coin.

~Fabrication~, _n._ ~1.~ Construction.

~2.~ Manufacture.

~3.~ Invention, fiction, forgery, falsehood, figment, coinage of the
brain.

~Fabulist~, _n._ Fabler, writer of fables.

~Fabulous~, _a._ Invented, feigned, fictitious, not real.

~Façade~, _n._ [Fr.] Front (_of a building_), face, elevation, front
view.

~Face~, _n._ ~1.~ Surface, external part.

~2.~ Visage, countenance.

~3.~ Front, front part.

~4.~ Look, appearance, semblance, external aspect.

~5.~ Confidence, assurance, boldness, impudence, audacity, effrontery,
brass, CHEEK.

~Face~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Confront, meet in front, meet face to face.

~2.~ Front, stand opposite to, stand over against.

~3.~ Put a face or surface on.

~Face~, _v. n._ Front, turn the face.

~Face-guard~, _n._ BEAVER.

~Face to face~, ~1.~ Confronting one another.

~2.~ Close, side by side, cheek by jowl, in close proximity, TÊTE-À-
TÊTE.

~3.~ Immediately, without any thing interposing.

~Facet~, _n._ small face or surface.

~Facetiæ~, _n. pl._ [L.] Witticisms, jokes, pleasantry, witty sayings,
sallies of wit.

~Facetious~, _a._ Witty, jocular, jocose, humorous, waggish, funny,
comical, pleasant, merry, sportive, droll.

~Facile~, _a._ ~1.~ Easy, not difficult, not hard.

~2.~ Mild, courteous, affable, not haughty, not austere.

~3.~ Pliant, pliable, flexible, ductile, yielding, tractable,
manageable, easily persuaded.

~Facilitate~, _v. a._ Make easy, render less difficult.

~Facility~, _n._ ~1.~ Easiness (_in doing any thing_), ease.

~2.~ Readiness, dexterity, expertness, quickness, knack, ability.

~3.~ Affability, condescension, complaisance, urbanity, civility,
politeness.

~4.~ Pliancy, ductility, flexibility.

~5.~ Means, resource, appliance, convenience, advantage.

~Fac-simile~, _n._ Exact copy.

~Fact~, _n._ ~1.~ Incident, event, occurrence, circumstance, act,
deed, performance, thing done.

~2.~ Reality, act, actuality, certainty, real existence.

~Faction~, _n._ ~1.~ Combination (_against a government_), cabal,
junto, clique, party. ~2.~ Tumult, discord, dissension, disagreement.

~Factious~, _a._ Turbulent, seditious, refractory, given to faction.

~Factitious~, _a._ Artificial, made by art, not natural.

~Factor~, _n._ ~1.~ Agent, broker, substitute, consignee, middleman,
go-between, commission merchant.

~2.~ (_Math._) Multiplier, element of a product.

~Factory~, _n._ ~1.~ Residence of factors.

~2.~ Body of factors.

~3.~ Manufactory, mill, manufacturing establishment.

~Factotum~, _n._ Doer of all work, jack-at-all-trades.

~Faculty~, _n._ ~1.~ Power, capability, capacity, ingenuity,
competency, endowment, gift, virtue, property, quality, talent, forte.

~2.~ Skill, skilfulness, ability, ableness, dexterity, adroitness,
expertness, address, cleverness, aptitude, aptness, knack, turn,
quickness, readiness, facility.

~3.~ Department, profession, craft.

~4.~ (_Law._) Privilege, license, right.

~Fade~, _a._ [Fr.] Weak, flat, insipid.

~Fade~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Vanish, disappear, evanesce, pass away, be seen
no more.

~2.~ Decline, droop, languish, decay, wither.

~3.~ Lose color, lose lustre, grow dim.

~Fadeless~, _a._ Unfading.

~Fadge~, _v. n._ [_Low._] Suit, fit, be suitable.

~Fæces~, _n._ ~1.~ Sediment, dregs, lees, settlings.

~2.~ Excrement, dung, ordure, alvine discharges.

~Fag~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Droop, sink, flag, grow weary, become fatigued, be
tired.

~2.~ Drudge, toil (_in menial service_).

~Fag~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Beat, thump.

~2.~ Compel to drudge.

~Fag~, _n._ [_Especially applied in England to a school-boy who does
menial service for another._] Drudge, menial, slave.

~Fagged~, _a._ Wearied, tired, fatigued, exhausted, jaded, used up,
knocked up, beat out.

~Fagot~, _n._ Bundle of sticks.

~Fail~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Fall short, come short, be insufficient, be
deficient, be wanting.

~2.~ Decline, sink, decay, wane, fade, give out.

~3.~ Cease, disappear, become extinct, be wanting.

~4.~ Miss, miscarry, be unsuccessful, be frustrated, end in smoke,
come to nothing, fall still-born, flash in the pan, miss fire, miss
stays, fall to the ground.

~5.~ Omit, neglect.

~6.~ Break, become insolvent, become bankrupt, suspend payment.

~Fail~, _v. a._ Disappoint, be wanting to, not be sufficient for, not
answer the expectation of.

~Fail~, _n._ [Used only in the expression _without fail_.] Omission,
neglect, failure, delinquency.

~Failing~, _n._ ~1.~ Decline, decay.

~2.~ Miscarriage, failure.

~3.~ Fault, foible, frailty, lapse, error, slip, shortcoming,
imperfection, deficiency, defect, weakness, infirmity, weak side,
blind side.

~Failure~, _n._ ~1.~ Deficiency, defectiveness, shortcoming.

~2.~ Omission, neglect, FAIL, non-performance, non-observance.

~3.~ Miscarriage, botch, ill success, flash in the pan, labor for
one's pains, losing game, wild-goose chase, sleeveless errand.

~4.~ Insolvency, bankruptcy, suspension of payment.

~5.~ Decay, decline, declension, loss.

~Fain~, _a._ Glad, pleased, rejoiced, well-pleased.

~Fain~, _ad._ Gladly, joyful, with pleasure, with joy.

~Faint~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Swoon, faint away.

~2.~ Languish, grow weak, fail in vigor, lose strength.

~3.~ Be disheartened, be discouraged, be dejected, be depressed, lose
courage, be dispirited, be down-hearted, sink into dejection.

~Faint~, _a._ ~1.~ Swooning, fainting away.

~2.~ Weak, feeble, drooping, exhausted, languid.

~3.~ Small, little, slight, inconsiderable.

~4.~ Dim, dull, not bright, not vivid.

~5.~ Fearful, timid, timorous, cowardly, dastardly, faint-hearted.

~6.~ Dejected, depressed, dispirited, disheartened, discouraged.

~Faint away~, Swoon, faint.

~Faint-hearted~, _a._ Timid, timorous, fearful, cowardly, dastardly,
faint.

~Fair~, _a._ ~1.~ Spotless, unspotted, untarnished, unblemished,
unstained.

~2.~ White, light, blonde.

~3.~ Handsome, comely, beautiful.

~4.~ Pleasant, clear, cloudless, not cloudy, not overcast.

~5.~ Favorable, prosperous.

~6.~ Promising, hopeful.

~7.~ Open, distinct, plain, unobstructed, unincumbered.

~8.~ Frank, honest, candid, ingenuous, equitable, just, honorable,
upright, impartial, unbiassed.

~9.~ Reasonable, proper.

~10.~ Pretty good, more than middling, above mediocrity.

~Fair play~, Justice, equity, fairness, equitable treatment.

~Fair-spoken~, _a._ Civil, courteous, oily, bland, smooth, plausible.

~Fairy~, _n._ Fay, elf, pigwidgeon.

~Faith~, _n._ ~1.~ Belief (_that prompts to action_), credence,
credit, trust, assurance, confidence, dependence, reliance.

~2.~ Creed, persuasion, tenets, dogmas, doctrines, religion, system of
religion.

~3.~ Fidelity, faithfulness, truthfulness, truth, constancy, loyalty.

~4.~ Engagement, promise, word of honor.

~Faith~, _interj._ [_Colloquial._] Verily, in truth, by my faith, upon
my word.

~Faithful~, _a._ ~1.~ Trustworthy, trusty, true, constant, loyal.

~2.~ Truthful, RELIABLE, worthy of credit, worthy of belief, to be
relied on, to be depended upon.

~3.~ Exact, strict, conscientious, accurate, close, nice.

~Faithless~, _a._ ~1.~ Unbelieving.

~2.~ Perfidious, treacherous, false, untruthful, truthless.

~Faithlessness~, _n._ ~1.~ Unbelief.

~2.~ Perfidy, treachery.

~Falcate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Hooked, sickle-shaped.

~Falcated~, _a._ (_Bot._) Hooked, sickle-shaped.

~Falchion~, _n._ Cimeter.

~Falcon~, _n._ Hawk.

~Fall~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Drop, descend, sink, drop down.

~2.~ Be prostrated, fall down.

~3.~ Sink, be lowered, be depressed.

~4.~ Decrease, decline, be diminished, become less, die away.

~5.~ Sin, err, transgress, lapse, trip, trespass, commit a fault, do
amiss, go astray.

~6.~ Die, perish, come to destruction.

~7.~ Empty, disembogue, flow, be discharged.

~8.~ Happen, befall, come.

~9.~ Become (_sick_, _asleep_, _in love_, _&c._).

~10.~ Pass, be transferred.

~11.~ Be dropped, be uttered carelessly.

~Fall~, _n._ ~1.~ Descent, dropping.

~2.~ Tumble, falling.

~3.~ Cataract, cascade, waterfall.

~4.~ Extent of descent.

~5.~ Destruction, death, ruin, overthrow, downfall.

~6.~ Degradation, loss of eminence.

~7.~ Apostasy, loss of innocence.

~8.~ Diminution, decrease, decline.

~9.~ Sinking (_of the voice_), cadence, close.

~10.~ Discharge (_of a river_), disemboguement.

~11.~ Autumn, fall of the leaf.

~12.~ Declivity, slope, inclination.

~Fallacious~, _a._ Deceptive, delusive, deceiving, illusive, illusory,
misleading, disappointing, false.

~Fallacy~, _n._ ~1.~ Illusion, deception, deceit, delusion, mistake,
error, misconception, misapprehension.

~2.~ Sophism, sophistry, deceitful argument.

~Fall among~, Come among, happen to be among, happen to be in the
company of.

~Fall away, 1.~ Pine, grow lean, be emaciated, lose flesh.

~2.~ Backslide, apostatize, fall off.

~Fall back~, Recede, retreat, give way.

~Fallibility~, _n._ Frailty, imperfection, uncertainty, liability to
error.

~Fallible~, _a._ Frail, imperfect, weak, ignorant, uncertain, erring,
liable to error or mistake.

~Fall in, 1.~ (_Mil._) Come into line, form into ranks.

~2.~ Concur, consent, agree, assent, acquiesce, go with the stream, go
with the current.

~Fall in with, 1.~ Meet, encounter.

~2.~ Comply with, assent to, come into.

~Fall off, 1.~ Drop, be detached, drop off.

~2.~ Withdraw, separate.

~3.~ Decline, wane, dwindle, decay.

~4.~ Perish, die.

~5.~ Backslide, apostatize, fall away.

~6.~ (_Naut._) Go to leeward.

~Fall on, 1.~ Drop on, descend upon.

~2.~ Attack, assault, assail, rush upon, fall upon.

~Fall out, 1.~ QUARREL, wrangle.

~2.~ Happen, befall, chance.

~Fallow~, _a._ ~1.~ Pale red or pale yellow.

~2.~ Untilled, unsowed.

~Fallow~, _n._ Untilled land.

~Fall to loggerheads~, Come to blows, go to loggerheads.

~Fallow-chat~, _n._ FALLOW-FINCH.

~Fallow-finch~, _n._ Œnanthe, wheat ear (_Motacilla œnanthe_).

~Fall short~, Fail, be deficient.

~Fall to~, Begin, set about, apply one's self to.

~Fall under, 1.~ Come under, be subject to, be subjected to.

~2.~ Be classed with, be reckoned with, be included in.

~Fall upon~, FALL ON.

~False~, _a._ ~1.~ Untrue, not true.

~2.~ Dishonest, perfidious, treacherous, unveracious, mendacious,
faithless, truthless, untruthful, disingenuous, dishonorable, double-
tongued, double-faced, false-hearted.

~3.~ Counterfeit, spurious, forged, not genuine, feigned,
hypocritical, clap-trap.

~4.~ Incorrect, improper, erroneous.

~5.~ Fallacious, deceptive, deceiving, deceitful, delusive,
misleading, disappointing.

~False-hearted~, _a._ Perfidious, treacherous, faithless, false.

~Falsehood~, _n._ ~1.~ Falsity, want of truth, inconformity to fact or
truth.

~2.~ Untruth, lie, fib, fabrication, fiction, false assertion.

~3.~ Imposture, counterfeit, cheat.

~Falsetto~, _n._ Head voice.

~Falsify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Belie, misrepresent, misstate, garble,
represent falsely.

~2.~ Disprove, prove to be false.

~3.~ Violate, break by falsehood.

~Falsify~, _v. n._ Lie, tell lies or falsehoods, violate the truth.

~Falsity~, _n._ Falsehood, want of truth, inconformity to fact or truth.

~Falter~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Hesitate (_in speech_), stammer, stutter.

~2.~ Fail, waver, tremble, totter.

~Fame~, _n._ ~1.~ Rumor, report, bruit, hearsay.

~2.~ Reputation, celebrity, glory, renown, honor, credit, ~NOTORIETY~.

~Familiar~, _a._ ~1.~ Conversant, well acquainted, well versed.

~2.~ Intimate, close, near, friendly, amicable, fraternal, cordial, on
a friendly footing, on friendly terms.

~3.~ Unceremonious, social, accessible, unconstrained, free, easy,
affable, courteous, civil, polite, free and easy.

~4.~ Well known.

~Familiarity~, _n._ ~1.~ Acquaintance, familiar knowledge.

~2.~ Intimacy, fellowship, friendship, friendliness, intercourse, good
understanding.

~Familiarize~, _v. a._ Accustom, habituate, inure, use, train.

~Family~, _n._ ~1.~ Household.

~2.~ Lineage, race, tribe, clan, kindred, house, line of ancestors.

~3.~ Order, group of genera.

~Famine~, _n._ Dearth, scarcity of food.

~Famish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Starve, kill with hunger.

~2.~ Distress with hunger, exhaust by hunger.

~Famish~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Starve, die of hunger, perish for want of food.

~2.~ Be distressed by hunger.

~Famous~, _a._ ~1.~ Celebrated, renowned, distinguished, illustrious,
eminent, remarkable, famed, far-famed.

~2.~ Noted, notorious, signal, conspicuous.

~Fanatic~, _n._ Enthusiast (_especially on religious subjects_),
visionary, zealot.

~Fanatic~, _a._ Enthusiastic, visionary, wild, mad.

~Fanatical~, Enthusiastic, visionary, wild, mad.

~Fanaticism~, _n._ Religious frenzy, irrational enthusiasm.

~Fanciful~, _a._ ~1.~ Visionary, imaginative, whimsical, CAPRICIOUS.

~2.~ Chimerical, imaginary, ideal, fantastical, wild.

~Fan-cricket~, _n._ Fen-cricket, churr-worm, mole cricket
(_Gryllotalpa vulgaris_).

~Fancy~, _n._ ~1.~ IMAGINATION (_as exercised in sportive or whimsical
moods_).

~2.~ Notion, idea, thought, conception, conceit, impression,
apprehension.

~3.~ Liking, fondness, inclination, PENCHANT, taste.

~4.~ Caprice, humor, whim, crotchet, quirk, freak, vagary, whimsey,
maggot, fantasy, odd fancy.

~Fancy~, _v. n._ Imagine, think, suppose, believe, take it into one's
head.

~Fancy~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Conceive, imagine, form a conception of, figure
to one's self.

~2.~ Like, be pleased with, have a fancy for.

~Fancy~, _a._ ~1.~ Imaginative, of the fancy.

~2.~ Ornamental (_rather than useful_), elegant, fine, nice.

~Fane~, _n._ [_Poetical._] Temple, church.

~Fanfare~, _n._ [Fr.] Flourish of trumpets.

~Fanfaronade~, _n._ Bluster, swaggering, boasting, bragging, bullying,
BLATHERSKITE.

~Fang~, _n._ ~1.~ Tusk, pointed tooth.

~2.~ Claw, talon, nail.

~Fantasia~, _n._ (_Mus._) Fantastical air.

~Fantastic~, _a._ ~1.~ Imaginary, fanciful, ideal, chimerical,
visionary, not real.

~2.~ Whimsical, capricious, odd, queer, BIZARRE, strange, wild.

~Fantastical~, _a._ ~1.~ Imaginary, fanciful, ideal, chimerical,
visionary, not real.

~2.~ Whimsical, capricious, odd, queer, BIZARRE, strange, wild.

~Fantasy~, _n._ Caprice, whim, whimsey, FANCY.

~Far~, _a._ Remote, distant, not near.

~Far~, _ad._ ~1.~ To a great distance.

~2.~ Almost, well-nigh, in great part.

~3.~ Very much, in a great degree.

~Far and near~, Everywhere, far and wide, from Dan to Beersheba, from
Maine to Georgia, from China to Peru, from pole to pole, from one end
of the earth to the other.

~Far other~, Very different.

~Farce~, _n._ ~1.~ Burlesque, caricature, travesty, parody, after-
piece, low comedy, ludicrous representation.

~2.~ Mere show, ridiculous pageantry, empty parade.

~Farcical~, _a._ Droll, ludicrous, ridiculous.

~Fare~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Go, pass, travel, journey.

~2.~ Be situated (_with respect to what may befall one_), be treated.

~3.~ Feed, be entertained.

~Fare~, _n._ ~1.~ Charge (_for conveyance of a person_), passage
money, price of a ticket.

~2.~ FOOD, provisions, victuals, commons.

~3.~ Quantity of fish caught.

~Farewell~, _ad._ or _interj._ Adieu, good-by.

~Farewell~, _n._ ~1.~ Adieu, valediction, leave-taking.

~2.~ Leave.

~Far-famed~, _a._ Illustrious, celebrated, renowned, eminent,
distinguished, famous, famed.

~Far-fetched~, _a._ Recondite, abstruse, forced, strained,
catachrestic, studiously sought.

~Farina~, _n._ ~1.~ Flour or meal (_of grain or starchy roots_).

~2.~ (_Chem._) Starch, fecula.

~3.~ (_Bot._) Pollen.

~Farinaceous~, _a._ ~1.~ Yielding farina or flour.

~2.~ Mealy.

~Farm~, _n._ Landed estate.

~Farm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Let out (_land, revenues, &c._).

~2.~ Take on lease (_land, revenues, &c._).

~3.~ Cultivate (_land_).

~Farm~, _v. n._ Till the soil, carry on a farm, do farmer's work.

~Farmer~, _n._ ~1.~ Agriculturist, husbandman, cultivator of the soil.

~2.~ Collector, tax-gatherer; lessee of taxes, custom, &c.

~Farming~, _n._ Agriculture, husbandry.

~Farrago~, _n._ Medley, mixture, jumble, hodge-podge, hotch-potch,
salmagundi, olio, gallimaufry, olla-podrida.

~Farrier~, _n._ ~1.~ Shoer of horses.

~2.~ Horse-doctor, horse-leech, veterinary surgeon.

~Farriery~, _n._ ~1.~ Art or business of shoeing horses.

~2.~ Veterinary art.

~Farrow~, _n._ Litter of pigs.

~Far-sighted~, _a._ Long-sighted.

~Farther~, _ad._ ~1.~ Beyond, FURTHER, more remotely, to or at a
greater distance.

~2.~ Moreover, besides, furthermore.

~Farther~, _a._ ~1.~ Further, more remote, at a greater distance.

~2.~ Additional.

~Farthest~, _ad._ Furthest, to or at the greatest distance.

~Farthest~, _a._ Furthest, remotest, most remote.

~Farthing~, _n._ Fourth part of a penny.

~Farthingale~, _n._ Crinoline, hoop, hoop-skirt.

~Fascinate~, _v. a._ Charm, enchant, bewitch, enrapture, entrance,
captivate, catch, delight, enamour.

~Fascination~, _n._ Enchantment, spell, charm, witchery, witchcraft,
magic, sorcery.

~Fash~, _v. a._ Vex, tease, plague, harass, torment, perplex, trouble,
worry.

~Fash~, _n._ Trouble, care, anxiety, vexation.

~Fashion~, _n._ ~1.~ Form, figure, shape, make, cut, cast, stamp,
mould, pattern, model, appearance, conformation, configuration.

~2.~ Way, manner, method, sort.

~3.~ Custom (_particularly as respects dress_), mode, style, usage,
conventionality, conventionalism, general practice.

~4.~ Gentility, genteel life.

~Fashion~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Form, shape, mould, carve, make, give figure to.

~2.~ Adapt, accommodate, fit, suit, adjust.

~Fashionable~, _a._ ~1.~ Genteel, STYLISH, modish, in fashion, in
vogue, À LA MODE, the rage, having a run.

~2.~ Customary, usual, prevailing, current.

~Fast~, _v. n._ Abstain from food, forbear eating, go without food, go
hungry.

~Fast~, _n._ ~1.~ Fasting, abstinence from food.

~2.~ Fast day, day of fasting, banyan day.

~3.~ Time of fasting.

~4.~ Rope (_to fasten a vessel to a wharf_).

~Fast~, _a._ ~1.~ Fastened, fixed, close, tight.

~2.~ Immovable, firm.

~3.~ Constant, steadfast, stanch.

~4.~ Fortified, strong, impregnable.

~5.~ Sound, deep, profound.

~6.~ Swift, quick, fleet, rapid.

~7.~ Dissipated, wild, giddy, reckless, thoughtless, thriftless,
extravagant.

~Fast~, _ad._ ~1.~ Firmly, tightly, immovably.

~2.~ Swiftly, quickly, rapidly.

~3.~ Extravagantly, prodigally, recklessly, wildly.

~Fast and loose~, Variable, inconstant, fickle, uncertain.

~Fast day~, _n._ Fast, day of fasting, banyan day.

~Fasten~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Secure, bind, BELAY, bend, tie, attach, make
fast.

~2.~ Join, unite, hold together.

~Fasten~, _v. n._ Be fixed, fix one's self.

~Fastidious~, _a._ Squeamish, difficult, queasy, critical, dainty,
over-nice, over-delicate, hard to please.

~Fasting~, _n._ Fast, abstinence from food.

~Fastness~, _n._ Fort, fortress, stronghold, fortified place.

~Fat~, _a._ ~1.~ Oleaginous, unctuous, adipose, oily, greasy, fatty.

~2.~ Plump, fleshy, corpulent, obese, portly, pursy, not lean, not
slender.

~3.~ Coarse, heavy, dull, sluggish, stupid, fat-witted.

~4.~ Rich, profitable, lucrative.

~5.~ Fertile, fruitful, productive, not barren.

~Fatal~, _a._ ~1.~ Deadly, mortal, LETHAL.

~2.~ Calamitous, destructive, ruinous, mischievous.

~Fatality~, _n._ ~1.~ Destiny, fate, inevitable necessity.

~2.~ Mortality.

~Fate~, _n._ ~1.~ Destiny, destination, fatality, inevitable necessity.

~2.~ Doom, lot, predetermined event.

~3.~ Death, destruction.

~4.~ Final event, ultimate fortune.

~Fated~, _a._ Doomed, destined, appointed.

~Fates~, _n. pl._ (_Myth._) Destinies, Parcæ, sister goddesses
(_Clotho_, _Lachesis_, _Atropos_).

~Father~, _n._ ~1.~ Male parent.

~2.~ Ancestor, forefather, progenitor.

~3.~ Creator, maker, originator, author, inventor.

~Father~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Adopt.

~2.~ Assume the authorship of.

~Fatherhood~, _n._ Fathership, paternity.

~Fathership~, _n._ Fatherhood.

~Father-land~, _n._ Mother country, native country, land of one's
ancestors.

~Father-long-legs~, _n._ ~1.~ Crane-fly, daddy-long-legs.

~2.~ Shepherd spider, harvest-man.

~Fatherly~, _a._ Paternal, tender, kind.

~Fathership~, _n._ Paternity, fatherhood.

~Father upon~, Ascribe to, attribute to, impute to, lay to, charge on.

~Fathom~, _n._ Six feet, two yards.

~Fathom~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Sound, try the depth of, measure by a sounding-
line.

~2.~ Divine, penetrate, reach, understand, comprehend.

~Fathomless~, _a._ Bottomless, abysmal, profound.

~Fatigue~, _n._ ~1.~ Weariness, lassitude, exhaustion.

~2.~ Labor, toil, hardship.

~3.~ (_Mil._) Extra duty (_distinct from that of arms_).

~Fatigue~, _v. a._ Tire, weary, exhaust, jade.

~Fatten~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make fat.

~2.~ Fertilize, make fertile.

~Fatten~, _v. n._ Grow fat.

~Fatty~, _n._ Unctuous, oleaginous, oily, fat, adipose, greasy.

~Fatuity~, _n._ Foolishness, imbecility, idiocy, feebleness of
intellect, want of understanding.

~Fatuous~, _a._ ~1.~ Foolish, witless, drivelling, idiotic.

~2.~ Illusory, deceptive.

~Fat-witted~, _a._ Stupid, dull, heavy, fat.

~Faubourg~, _n._ [Fr.] Suburb, environs.

~Fauces~, _n. pl._ [L.] Posterior part of the mouth.

~Fault~, _n._ ~1.~ Defect, blemish, flaw, imperfection, failing.

~2.~ Misdeed, misdemeanor, offence, trespass, wrong, delinquency,
transgression.

~3.~ Mistake (_of judgment_), error, indiscretion, slip, lapse.

~4.~ [_Rare._] Default, lack, want.

~5.~ [_Geol._] Dislocation, disturbance of strata.

~Fault-finder~, _n._ Censurer, objector, complainer, murmurer, repiner.

~Faultless~, _a._ ~1.~ Perfect, without blemish, without fault.

~2.~ Innocent, guiltless, blameless, stainless, sinless.

~Faulty~, _a._ ~1.~ Bad, defective, imperfect.

~2.~ Blamable, culpable, censurable, reprehensible, blameworthy,
worthy of censure.

~Faun~, _n._ Sylvan, woodland Deity.

~Fauna~, _n._ Animals (_peculiar to a country or to an epoch_).

~Faunist~, _n._ Naturalist.

~Faux pas~, [Fr.] Mistake, indiscretion, false step, wrong measure,
act of indiscretion.

~Faveolate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Alveolate, cellular, favose.

~Favillous~, _a._ Ashy, cinereous, cineritious, like ashes.

~Favor~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Countenance, befriend, encourage, patronize.

~2.~ Support, aid, help, assist.

~3.~ Humor, indulge, spare.

~Favor~, _n._ ~1.~ Kindness, friendliness, countenance, grace, kind
regard, good will, propitious aspect.

~2.~ Benefit, act of grace, good deed, kind act.

~3.~ Patronage, championship, support, befriending, defence,
vindication.

~4.~ Letter, epistle, communication.

~5.~ Gift, present, token of good will.

~6.~ (_Law._) Bias, partiality, prejudice.

~Favorable~, _a._ ~1.~ Propitious, friendly, kind, auspicious, willing.

~2.~ Conducive, contributing.

~3.~ Advantageous, beneficial, convenient, suitable, adapted, fit.

~Favorite~, _a._ ~1.~ Dear, darling, beloved.

~2.~ Preferred, pet, especially liked.

~Favoritism~, _n._ Partiality.

~Favose~, _a._ (_Bot._) Alveolate, cellular, faveolate.

~Fawn~, _n._ Young deer.

~Fawn~, _v. n._ Crouch, cringe, bow, stoop, kneel, creep, dangle, fall
on one's knees, curry favor, play the sycophant.

~Fawn upon~, ~1.~ Cringe to, crouch to, truckle to.

~2.~ Flatter, wheedle, cajole, pay court to.

~Fawning~, _n._ Sycophancy, servility, cringing, mean flattery.

~Fay~, _n._ Fairy, elf.

~Fay~, _v. a._ Fit, suit, join closely.

~Fay~, _v. n._ Fit, lie close, make a good joint.

~Fealty~, _n._ Fidelity, loyalty, allegiance, homage, obeisance.

~Fear~, _n._ ~1.~ Alarm, trepidation, dread, apprehension, fright,
affright, terror, horror, dismay, consternation, panic.

~2.~ Anxiety, solicitude, concern.

~3.~ Veneration, reverence, awe, reverential regard.

~Fear~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dread, apprehend, be afraid of.

~2.~ Reverence, venerate, stand in awe of, have a reverential regard
for.

~Fear~, _v. n._ Be afraid, have apprehensions, live in terror, stand
aghast.

~Fearful~, _a._ ~1.~ Afraid, apprehensive, haunted with fear.

~2.~ Timid, timorous, nervous, diffident, pusillanimous, cowardly,
faint-hearted, chicken-hearted, white-livered, showing the white
feather, easily frightened.

~3.~ Terrible, dreadful, frightful, dire, direful.

~4.~ Awful, to be reverenced.

~Fearless~, _a._ Undaunted, dauntless, unterrified, courageous, bold,
intrepid, brave, valorous, valiant, gallant.

~Feasibility~, _n._ Practicability, feasibleness.

~Feasible~, _a._ Practicable.

~Feasibleness~, _n._ Practicability, feasibility.

~Feast~, _n._ ~1.~ Banquet, treat, entertainment, REGALE, carousal,
sumptuous repast.

~2.~ Festival, holiday, day of feasting, festive celebration, joyful
anniversary, day of rejoicing.

~3.~ Enjoyment, delight.

~Feast~, _v. n._ Eat (_plentifully_), be entertained, fare sumptuously.

~Feast~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Entertain sumptuously, feed luxuriously.

~2.~ Delight, gratify, rejoice, gladden, please highly.

~Feat~, _n._ ~1.~ Act, deed, exploit, achievement.

~2.~ Trick, act of dexterity.

~Feather~, _n._ ~1.~ Plume.

~2.~ Kind, nature, species.

~Feather-boarding~, _n._ Weather-boarding.

~Feathers~, _n. pl._ Plumage.

~Feather in the cap~, Honor, mark of distinction.

~Feather one's nest~, Get rich (_from what passes through one's
hands_), provide for one's self.

~Featly~, _a._ Nimbly, dexterously, adroitly.

~Feature~, _n._ ~1.~ Lineament.

~2.~ Cast of the face, turn of expression.

~3.~ Fashion, make, conformation, aspect, appearance.

~4.~ Outline, prominent part.

~Feaze~, _v. a._ Untwist (_as the end of a rope_).

~Febrifugal~, _a._ Antifebrile.

~Febrifuge~, _n._ Antifebrile medicine.

~Fecula~, _n._ Starch, farina.

~Feculence~, _n._ ~1.~ Muddiness, foulness.

~Feculency~, _n._ ~1.~ Muddiness, foulness.

~2.~ Lees, sediment, dregs, fæces.

~Feculent~, _a._ Turbid, muddy, thick, foul, dreggy.

~Fecundate~, _v. a._ Impregnate, make fruitful.

~Fecundation~, _a._ Impregnation.

~Fecundity~, _n._ Fruitfulness, fertility, productiveness.

~Federal~, _a._ Confederate.

~Federation~, _n._ League, alliance, coalition, union, confederation,
combination, copartnership, federal union, federal compact.

~Fee~, _n._ ~1.~ Charge (_for professional service_), compensation, pay.

~2.~ Feud, fief.

~Fee~, _v. a._ Pay, reward, recompense, give a fee to.

~Feeble~, _a._ ~1.~ Weak, not strong.

~2.~ Debilitated, enervated, sickly, infirm, languishing, languid,
drooping, frail.

~3.~ Faint, imperfect, not vigorous, not lively.

~Feed~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Give food to, furnish with provisions, supply
with nourishment.

~2.~ Supply, contribute to, provide for.

~3.~ Nourish, cherish, sustain.

~Feed~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Eat, take food, take nourishment.

~2.~ Subsist, sustain life.

~Feed~, _n._ Food (_for beasts_), provender, fodder.

~Feel~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Perceive (_by the touch_), have feeling.

~2.~ Be perceived (_by the touch_).

~3.~ Be moved (_in the affections_), be excited, be stirred, be
warmed, be wrought up, be impressed.

~4.~ Have the consciousness of being (_sorry, grieved, hurt, or the
like_).

~Feel~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Touch, handle, feel of.

~2.~ Experience, suffer or enjoy, have the sense of.

~3.~ Be affected by, be moved by.

~4.~ Sound, try, prove, put to the test.

~Feel after~, Search for (_by the touch_), try to find (_as in the
dark_).

~Feelers~, _n. pl._ (_Zoöl._) ~1.~ Palpi.

~2.~ Antennæ, horns.

~3.~ Tentacula.

~Feeling~, _a._ ~1.~ Affecting, moving, touching, melting, pathetic.

~2.~ Sensitive, tender.

~Feeling~, _n._ ~1.~ Sense of touch.

~2.~ Sensation, perception by touch.

~3.~ Sensibility, emotion, sentiment, passion, affection, impression.

~4.~ Tenderness, susceptibility.

~Fee-simple~, _n._ (_Law._) Absolute fee, unconditioned tenure.

~Feign~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Invent, imagine, devise, fabricate, forge.

~2.~ Counterfeit, dissemble, affect, pretend to, make a show of.

~Feint~, _n._ ~1.~ Pretence, clap-trap, false appearance.

~2.~ (_Mil._) Mock attack, pretended movement.

~Felicitate~, _v. a._ Congratulate, wish joy to, rejoice with.

~Felicitation~, _n._ Congratulation.

~Felicitous~, _a._ ~1.~ Fit, appropriate, apt, pertinent, opportune,
seasonable, well-timed, happy, skilful, ingenious.

~2.~ Prosperous, successful, fortunate, lucky, auspicious.

~Felicity~, _n._ ~1.~ Bliss, blissfulness, blessedness, happiness.

~2.~ Aptness, aptitude, propriety, appropriateness.

~3.~ Success, good luck, good fortune.

~Fell~, _a._ Cruel, inhuman, barbarous, ruthless, pitiless, savage,
ferocious, sanguinary, bloody, blood-thirsty, Vandalic.

~Fell~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Prostrate, level, bring to the ground.

~2.~ Cut down, hew down.

~3.~ Hem (_the lap of a seam_).

~Fellow~, _n._ ~1.~ Companion, associate, comrade.

~2.~ Equal, peer, compeer.

~3.~ Mate, counterpart.

~4.~ [_England._] Member (_of a college, participating in its
instruction and sharing its revenues_).

~Fellow-countryman~, _n._ Compatriot.

~Fellow-feeling~, _n._ Sympathy, commiseration, compassion, pity.

~Fellowship~, _n._ ~1.~ Brotherhood, companionship, familiarity,
intimacy, close acquaintance.

~2.~ Partnership, participation, joint interest.

~3.~ Sociability, sociableness, converse, intercourse, communion.

~Felo de se~, _n._ [L.] Suicide, self-murderer.

~Felon~, _n._ ~1.~ Culprit, criminal, malefactor, convict, outlaw.

~2.~ Whitlow.

~Felon~, _a._ [_Poetical._] FELONIOUS.

~Felonious~, _a._ Malignant, malicious, villanous, nefarious,
infamous, heinous, atrocious, cruel, FELON.

~Felony~, _n._ Crime (_punishable by death or by imprisonment_), high
crime, heinous crime, gross offence.

~Females~, _n. pl._ Female sex, the fair, the fair sex.

~Feme sole~, _n._ [Fr.] (_Law._) Single woman, unmarried woman.

~Feminality~, _n._ Womanhood, femineity, muliebrity.

~Femineity~, _n._ FEMINALITY.

~Feminine~, _a._ ~1.~ Soft, tender, delicate, WOMANLY.

~2.~ Effeminate, unmanly.

~Femur~, _n._ (_Anat._) Thigh-bone.

~Fen~, _n._ Marsh, swamp, bog, moor, morass, quagmire, slough.

~Fence~, _n._ ~1.~ Wall, HEDGE, frame of posts and rails, &c.

~2.~ Shield, guard, security, defence.

~Fence~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Enclose with a fence.

~2.~ Guard, fortify, defend.

~Fence~, _v. n._ Practise fencing.

~Fencing~, _n._ Manual defence (_with small swords or foils_).

~Fen-cricket~, _n._ Churr-worm, mole-cricket, fan-cricket
(_Gryllotalpa vulgaris_).

~Fend off~, (_Naut._) Keep off, ward off, keep from collision.

~Fennish~, _a._ FENNY.

~Fenny~, _a._ Marshy, swampy, boggy, fennish.

~Ferine~, _a._ Wild (_as lions, tigers, &c._), untamed, ferocious,
savage, fierce, ravenous, rapacious.

~Ferment~, _n._ ~1.~ Yeast, leaven, harm.

~2.~ Agitation, commotion, tumult, state of excitement.

~Ferment~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Set in motion by ferment.

~2.~ Excite, agitate, heat.

~Ferment~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Work, be fermented.

~2.~ Be excited, be agitated.

~Fern~, _n._ Brake.

~Ferocious~, _a._ ~1.~ Untamed (_like a wild beast_), savage, fierce,
wild, ravenous, rapacious, ferine.

~2.~ Barbarous, cruel, inhuman, brutal, fell, ruthless, relentless,
merciless, pitiless, sanguinary, bloody, Vandalic.

~Ferocity~, _n._ ~1.~ Savageness, fierceness, ferociousness, wildness,
rapacity.

~2.~ Barbarity, cruelty, inhumanity.

~Ferret out~, Search out.

~Ferrocyanate~, _n._ (_Chem._) Ferroprussiate, ferrocyanide.

~Ferrocyanic~, _a._ (_Chem._) Ferroprussic.

~Ferrocyanide~, _n._ (_Chem._) Ferroprussiate, ferrocyanate.

~Ferroprussiate~, _n._ (_Chem._) Ferrocyanate, ferrocyanide.

~Ferroprussic~, _a._ (_Chem._) Ferrocyanic.

~Fertile~, _a._ ~1.~ Prolific, fecund, not barren.

~2.~ Fruitful, productive, rich, plenteous, luxuriant, exuberant,
teeming.

~3.~ (_Bot._) Fruit-bearing.

~Fertility~, _n._ ~1.~ Fecundity, fertileness.

~2.~ Fruitfulness, productiveness, plenteousness, exuberance,
luxuriance, abundance, richness.

~Fertilize~, _v. a._ Enrich, make fertile, make fruitful.

~Fervency~, _n._ Ardor, zeal, FERVOR.

~Fervent~, _a._ Ardent, earnest, eager, zealous, warm, glowing,
animated, impassioned, fervid.

~Fervid~, _a._ ~1.~ Hot, burning, boiling, fiery.

~2.~ Ardent, earnest, glowing, FERVENT.

~Fervor~, _n._ ~1.~ Heat, warmth.

~2.~ Ardor, zeal, earnestness, eagerness, fervency.

~Festal~, _a._ Convivial, FESTIVE.

~Fester~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Rankle, corrupt, suppurate, ulcerate.

~2.~ Become malignant, grow virulent.

~Fester~, _n._ Pustule, sore, abscess, imposthume, gathering.

~Festival~, _n._ Feast, FÊTE, holiday, festive celebration, joyful
anniversary, day of rejoicing.

~Festive~, _a._ Convivial, jovial, joyous, gay, merry, mirthful, festal.

~Festivity~, _n._ Conviviality, gayety, joyousness, joyfulness, merry-
making, social joy.

~Fetch~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bring (_when one goes for the purpose of
bringing_), go and bring.

~2.~ Perform, make, effect.

~3.~ Sell for.

~4.~ (_Naut._) Reach, attain, arrive at, come to, get to.

~Fetch~, _n._ Trick, artifice, ruse, stratagem, dodge, sharp practice.

~Fetch a compass~, Make a circuit.

~Fête~, _n._ [Fr.] Feast, FESTIVAL, holiday, festive celebration.

~Fête~, _v. a._ Feast, honor with an entertainment.

~Fête-champêtre~, _n._ [Fr.] Rural festival.

~Fetid~, _a._ Rancid, stinking, offensive, noisome, mephitic, strong-
smelling, rank-smelling.

~Fetor~, _n._ Stench, stink, offensive odor, strong smell.

~Fetter~, _n._ Shackle (_for the feet_), chain, bond, clog, hamper.

~Fetter~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Shackle (_the feet_), clog, trammel, hamper,
put fetters on.

~2.~ Chain, bind, tie, confine, restrain.

~Feud~, _n._ ~1.~ Quarrel (_especially between families or clans_),
broil, contention, clashing, dissension, jarring, rupture, bickering,
falling out.

~2.~ Fee, fief.

~Feudalism~, _n._ Feudal system.

~Feu de joie~, [Fr.] ~1.~ Bonfire.

~2.~ Firing of guns (_for holiday sport_).

~Fever~, _n._ Heat, flush, agitation, excitement.

~Fever-root~, _n._ Fever-wort, bastard ipecacuanha.

~Fever-wort~, _n._ ~1.~ Fever-root, bastard ipecacuanha.

~2.~ Thoroughwort, boneset, ague-weed, Indian sage (_Eupatorium
perfoliatum_).

~Few~, _a._ Not many, small in number, hardly any, scarcely any.

~Fewness~, _n._ Paucity, small number.

~Fiasco~, _n._ [It.] Failure, fizzle, abortive attempt.

~Fiat~, _n._ Decree, order, ordinance, command.

~Fib~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Lie, falsehood, intentional untruth.

~Fib~, _v. n._ [_Colloquial._] Lie, tell a lie.

~Fibre~, _n._ Filament, thread, staple, pile.

~Fibril~, _n._ Small fibre, slender thread.

~Fibrous~, _a._ Filamentous, stringy.

~Fickle~, _a._ Wavering, inconstant, unsteady, unstable, variable,
vacillating, volatile, changeable, fitful, irresolute, unsettled,
capricious, not steady, not steadfast, like a weather-cock.

~Fiction~, _n._ ~1.~ Invention, fable.

~2.~ Novel, romance, work of fiction, feigned story.

~3.~ Fabrication, figment, falsehood, lie.

~4.~ Fictitious literature.

~Fictitious~, _a._ ~1.~ Feigned, invented, imaginary, fanciful,
unreal, not true.

~2.~ False, counterfeit, spurious, supposititious, not genuine.

~Fiddle~, _n._ Violin, KIT.

~Fiddle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Play on a fiddle.

~2.~ Trifle, dawdle, lose time, waste time, idle away time, fritter
away time, fool away time.

~Fiddle-de-dee~, _interj._ Nonsense, stuff, fudge, moonshine.

~Fiddle-faddle~, _n._ [_Low._] Nonsense, trifling, frivolity, cock-and-
bull story, neither rhyme nor reason.

~Fiddle-faddle~, _a._ [_Low._] Foolish, nonsensical, trifling,
frivolous, trivial, idle, fiddling.

~Fiddling~, _a._ Trifling, frivolous, trivial, idle, fiddle-faddle.

~Fidelity~, _n._ ~1.~ Faithfulness, trustworthiness, RELIABLENESS,
RELIABILITY, loyalty, fealty, adherence to duty, observance of good
faith.

~2.~ Accuracy, closeness, exactness.

~Fidget~, _v. n._ Fret, chafe, worry, be uneasy, be restive, be
impatient, worry one's self.

~Fidget~, _n._ Uneasiness, restlessness, impatience, fidgetiness.

~Fidgetiness~, _n._ Uneasiness, restlessness, fidget.

~Fidgety~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Uneasy, restless, impatient.

~Fiducial~, _a._ Confident, trustful, fiduciary.

~Fiduciary~, _n._ Trustee, depositary.

~Fiduciary~, _a._ ~1.~ Confident, undoubting, trustful, fiducial.

~2.~ Trusty, not to be doubted.

~3.~ Held in trust, in the nature of a trust.

~Fief~, _n._ Fee, feud.

~Field~, _n._ ~1.~ Tract of land (_for tillage or for pasture_).

~2.~ Battle-field, field of battle.

~3.~ Scene of military operations, theatre of war.

~4.~ Surface, expanse.

~5.~ Opportunity, room.

~Fieldfare~, _n._ Gray thrush (_Turdus pilaris_).

~Field-sports~, _n. pl._ Diversions of the field (_hunting_,
_shooting_, _&c._).

~Fiend~, _n._ Demon, devil, deadly enemy, infernal being, implacable
foe.

~Fiendish~, _a._ Malevolent, malignant, malicious, infernal,
diabolical, devilish, demoniacal, hellish, very wicked.

~Fierce~, _a._ ~1.~ Savage, ferocious, ravenous, furious, infuriate,
barbarous, fell.

~2.~ Violent, vehement, impetuous, fiery, passionate.

~Fiery~, _a._ ~1.~ Igneous, of fire.

~2.~ Hot, heated.

~3.~ Ardent, impetuous, vehement, fierce, passionate, impassioned,
fervent, fervid, glowing.

~Fig-eater~, _n._ (_Ornith._) Becafico, fig-pecker, greater pettychaps
(_Sylvia hortensis_).

~Fight~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Combat, war, contend (_in arms_), draw the
sword, unsheath the sword, measure swords, join battle, give battle,
take up the cudgels, couch one's lance, go to war, let slip the dogs
of war, take up the hatchet.

~2.~ Contend, contest, struggle, strive, make resistance.

~Fight~, _v. a._ ~1.~ War against, combat against, contend against,
join battle with, break a lance with, come to close quarters with.

~2.~ Carry through (_by fighting_).

~Fight~, _n._ Combat, battle, conflict, contest, struggle, engagement,
encounter, action, affair, brush, fray, affray.

~Fighter~, _n._ Combatant, warrior, CHAMPION.

~Fighting~, _n._ Contention, strife, quarrel, warfare.

~Figment~, _n._ Invention, fiction, fabrication, fable.

~Fig-pecker~, _n._ (_Ornith._) FIG-EATER.

~Figurative~, _a._ ~1.~ Typical, representative, emblematical.

~2.~ Tropical, metaphorical, not literal.

~3.~ Flowery, florid, ornate.

~Figure~, _n._ ~1.~ Form, shape, conformation, configuration, outline,
TOURNURE.

~2.~ Image, likeness, effigy, representation.

~3.~ Appearance (_as respects action or conduct_).

~4.~ Distinguished appearance.

~5.~ Design (_on cloth, paper, &c._), pattern.

~6.~ (_Geom._) Diagram, drawing.

~7.~ (_Rhet._) Metaphor, trope, metaphorical term or expression.

~8.~ (_Com._) Price.

~9.~ (_Theol._) Type, emblem, symbol.

~10.~ (_Arith._) Digit, number, numeral, character.

~Figure~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Adorn (_with figures_), diversify, variegate.

~2.~ Represent, symbolize, signify, typify, be typical of, shadow forth.

~3.~ Imagine, image, conceive, picture, have an idea of.

~4.~ Make a drawing of, make a representation of.

~Figure~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Make a figure, make a distinguished appearance,
be distinguished, be conspicuous.

~2.~ Show off, cut a dash, make a great show, cut a figure.

~Figure up~, [_Colloquial._] ~1.~ Add, sum up, find the amount of.

~2.~ Calculate, reckon.

~Filament~, _n._ ~1.~ Fibre, thread, pile, staple.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Tendril, cirrus.

~Filamentous~, _a._ ~1.~ Filiform, thread-shaped.

~2.~ Consisting of filaments.

~Filch~, _v. a._ Pilfer, purloin, steal.

~File~, _n._ ~1.~ RASP.

~2.~ (_Mil._) Row (_of soldiers ranged one behind another_), line,
column.

~3.~ Bundle of papers.

~File~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Rasp.

~2.~ Place on file.

~3.~ Smooth, polish.

~File~, _v. n._ March in a file.

~Filibuster~, _n._ [_Modern._] Pirate, freebooter, buccaneer, sea-
robber, sea-rover, lawless adventurer.

~Filiciform~, _a._ Fern-shaped.

~Filicoid~, _a._ (_Bot._) Fern-like.

~File-leader~, _n._ Fugleman, flugelman, leader, director.

~Filiform~, _a._ Filamentous, thread-shaped, long and slender.

~Fill~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make full, fill up.

~2.~ Store, supply, furnish, replenish, stock.

~3.~ Satisfy, content, GLUT.

~4.~ Occupy (_as a place of trust_), hold.

~Fill~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Fill a glass or cup.

~2.~ Become full, be filled, fill up.

~Fill~, _n._ Full supply.

~Fill out~, Extend or enlarge (_to the full size or limit_).

~Fill up~, (_Active._) ~1.~ Fill, make full.

~2.~ Occupy, employ, use.

~Fill up~, (_Neuter._) Become full, be filled, be filled up.

~Fillet~, _n._ Band, bandage.

~Fillibeg~, _n._ [Written also _Philibeg_.] Kilt.

~Filly~, _n._ Female colt, young mare.

~Film~, _n._ Pellicle, thin skin or coating.

~Filter~, _v. a._ Strain, pass through a strainer.

~Filter~, _v. n._ Percolate, transude, exude, strain, ooze.

~Filter~, _n._ Strainer.

~Filth~, _n._ ~1.~ Dirt, foul matter.

~2.~ Grossness, corruption, pollution, impurity, nastiness.

~Filthy~, _a._ ~1.~ Dirty, nasty, foul, unclean, squalid.

~2.~ Impure, gross, corrupt.

~Filtration~, _n._ Filtering, straining.

~Fimbriate~, _a._ Fringed.

~Fimbriated~, _a._ Fringed.

~Final~, _a._ ~1.~ Last, latest, ultimate, eventual.

~2.~ Decisive, conclusive, definitive.

~Final cause~, End, aim, object, purpose, design, intent, intention.

~Finale~, _n._ [It.] End, termination, conclusion, closing part (_of
an opera or a concert_).

~Finality~, _n._ Final settlement, final arrangement.

~Finally~, _ad._ ~1.~ Lastly, in conclusion.

~2.~ Ultimately, at last, in the long-run.

~3.~ For good, for good and all, as the final move.

~Finance~, _n._ Revenue, money, money matters.

~Finances~, _n. pl._ Revenues, public funds, public resources.

~Financial~, _a._ Monetary, pecuniary, fiscal.

~Financialist~, _n._ Financier.

~Financier~, _n._ Financialist, adept in matters of finance.

~Find~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Discover, fall upon, light upon, meet with, fall
in with.

~2.~ Obtain, get, procure, gain, arrive at, attain to.

~3.~ Observe, remark, notice, perceive.

~4.~ Detect, catch.

~5.~ Supply, furnish, contribute, provide.

~6.~ Supply with food.

~7.~ (_Law._) Determine judicially, declare by verdict.

~Find~, _v. n._ (_Law._) Declare a verdict, determine an issue.

~Find in~, Provide with, supply with.

~Find fault~, Complain, grumble.

~Find fault with~, Blame, censure, reprove.

~Find one's self~, Be, fare (_as to health_).

~Find out~, ~1.~ Discover, detect, bring to light.

~2.~ Ascertain, decipher, solve, unriddle, make out, get at.

~Finding~, _n._ ~1.~ Discovery.

~2.~ (_Law._) Verdict.

~Findings~, _n. pl._ Shoemaker's tools and materials.

~Finding-store~, _n._ [_U. S._] Grindery-warehouse.

~Fine~, _a._ ~1.~ Minute, small, little, comminuted.

~2.~ Slender, delicate, CAPILLARY, not coarse.

~3.~ Light, of delicate material, of fine texture.

~4.~ Keen, sharp.

~5.~ Thin, subtile, tenuous, not gross.

~6.~ Exquisite, nice, refined.

~7.~ Excellent, superior, very good.

~8.~ Brilliant, accomplished.

~9.~ Beautiful, handsome, splendid, elegant.

~10.~ Clear, pure, unadulterated.

~11.~ [_As a term of slight contempt._] Showy, gairish, gay, flashy,
airy, sparkish.

~Fine~, _n._ Mulct, amercement, forfeit, forfeiture, pecuniary penalty.

~Fine~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Defecate, purify, refine.

~2.~ Amerce, mulct, impose a fine upon, punish by a fine.

~Finery~, _n._ Gewgaws, trinkets, fine things, showy dress, tinsel
trappings.

~Finesse~, _n._ Trick, stratagem, artifice, ruse, fraud, deception,
cheat, wile, manœuvre.

~Finesse~, _v. n._ Use stratagem, practise tricks.

~Finger~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Handle, touch.

~2.~ Play on (_an instrument_).

~Finger~, _v. n._ Use the fingers (_in playing on an instrument_).

~Fingered~, _a._ (_Bot._) Digitate.

~Finger-post~, _n._ Guide-post.

~Finical~, _a._ Spruce, JEMMY, over-nice, nice over-much, affectedly
elegant.

~Finish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Accomplish, complete, execute, perform,
achieve, do.

~2.~ Perfect, polish, elaborate, make perfect.

~3.~ End, terminate, close, conclude, bring to an end, put an end to.

~Finish~, _n._ Polish, elaboration, final touch, last touch.

~Finished~, _a._ ~1.~ Completed, complete, perfect.

~2.~ Polished, perfected, elegant, highly-wrought.

~3.~ Experienced, practised, qualified, accomplished, thorough-bred,
able, proficient.

~Finite~, _a._ Bounded, limited, terminable.

~Finlander~, _n._ Finn.

~Finn~, _n._ Finlander.

~Fire~, _n._ ~1.~ Conflagration.

~2.~ Heat, ardor, fervor.

~3.~ [_Poetical._] Light, lustre, radiance.

~Fire~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Kindle, set on fire.

~2.~ Animate, excite, inspirit, rouse, inflame, stir up.

~3.~ Discharge, fire off.

~Fire~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Take fire, be kindled.

~2.~ Discharge a gun, discharge firearms.

~Fire-arm~, _n._ Gun.

~Fire-brand~, _n._ ~1.~ Brand.

~2.~ Incendiary, political agitator.

~Fire-cracker~, _n._ Cracker.

~Fire-damp~, _n._ Carburetted hydrogen (_in coal-mines_).

~Fire-dog~, _n._ Andiron, dog.

~Fire-eater~, _n._ Blusterer, swaggerer, vaporer, Hector, Hotspur,
mock hero.

~Fire-fly~, _n._ ~1.~ Elater (_of South America_).

~2.~ Glow-worm (_Lampyris noctilucus_).

~Fire off~, Discharge, fire.

~Fire-new~, _a._ Brand-new, quite new, spick and span new, span new.

~Fireplace~, _n._ Hearth.

~Fireproof~, _a._ Incombustible.

~Fireside~, _n._ ~1.~ Hearth, chimney-corner, place near the fire.

~2.~ Home, domestic life.

~Fireside~, _a._ Domestic.

~Fire up~, ~1.~ Kindle the fire.

~2.~ Fly into a passion, get angry, get mad, FLARE UP.

~Firing~, _n._ ~1.~ Kindling, setting on fire.

~2.~ Discharge (_of guns_), firing off.

~3.~ Fuel, something to burn.

~4.~ Cautery.

~Firm~, _a._ ~1.~ Compact, compressed, solid, dense, hard, not soft,
not fluid.

~2.~ Fixed, fast, rooted, established, settled, confirmed, stable,
secure, immovable.

~3.~ Steady, steadfast, unshaken, resolute, stanch, constant.

~4.~ Strong, robust, sinewy, sturdy.

~Firm~, _n._ Concern, house, company, partnership.

~Firmament~, _n._ Sky, the heavens, canopy of heaven, celestial expanse.

~Firmness~, _n._ ~1.~ Solidity, compactness, hardness.

~2.~ Stability, strength.

~3.~ Constancy, steadfastness, steadiness.

~First~, _a._ ~1.~ Foremost, leading.

~2.~ Chief, highest, principal, capital.

~3.~ Earliest.

~4.~ Primary.

~5.~ Primitive, primeval, pristine.

~First~, _ad._ In the first place, at the outset, in the beginning,
first and foremost, before any thing else.

~First-born~, _a._ Eldest.

~First-born~, _n._ Eldest child.

~First-class~, _a._ FIRST-RATE.

~First cousin~, Cousin-german.

~First or last~, At one time or another, sooner or later, at some time.

~First-rate~, _n._ Ship of the first class, three-decker.

~First-rate~, _a._ Superior, excellent, capital, CRACK, prime, pre-
eminent, of the first class, of the best, of the highest excellence,
first-class.

~Fiscal~, _a._ Financial.

~Fish~, _v. n._ ANGLE, BOB, try to catch fish.

~Fisher~, _n._ ~1.~ Fisherman, angler.

~2.~ Pecan, wood-shock (_Mustela canadensis_).

~Fisherman~, _n._ Fisher, angler.

~Fish for~, Angle for, try to get (_by artifice_).

~Fish-glue~, _n._ Isinglass, icthyocol, ichthyocolla, CARLOCK.

~Fish-hawk~, _n._ Osprey, fishing-eagle, bald buzzard (_Falco
haliætus_).

~Fishing-hawk~, _n._ Osprey, fishing-eagle, bald buzzard (_Falco
haliætus_).

~Fishing-eagle~, _n._ FISH-HAWK.

~Fishing-frog~, _n._ Angler (_Lophius piscatorius_).

~Fish in the air~, Beat the air, make vain efforts, try in vain, lash
the waves, milk the ram.

~Fish-soup~, _n._ Chowder.

~Fissure~, _n._ Cleft, crevice, chink, crack, cranny, break, breach,
gap, interstice, opening, chasm, rift, fracture.

~Fistular~, _a._ Hollow, pipe-like.

~Fistulous~, _a._ Hollow, pipe-like.

~Fit~, _n._ ~1.~ Paroxysm, spasm, sudden attack, stroke of disease.

~2.~ Humor, whim, fancy, temporary affection.

~3.~ Interval, turn, period, spell.

~Fit~, _a._ ~1.~ Qualified, competent, fitted.

~2.~ Suitable, appropriate, apt, apposite, meet, seemly, becoming,
fitting, befitting, proper, convenient, good.

~Fit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Suit, adapt, adjust, make suitable.

~2.~ Become, be adapted to, be suitable for, be becoming to.

~3.~ Accommodate, provide, qualify, equip, prepare, get ready.

~Fit~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be proper, be becoming.

~2.~ Be suited, be adapted.

~Fitful~, _a._ Variable, irregular, spasmodic, impulsive, unstable,
fickle, whimsical, fanciful, capricious, fantastic, humorsome, odd.

~Fitfully~, _ad._ Irregularly, capriciously, in a fitful manner, by
fits, by fits and starts.

~Fit out~, Equip, furnish, supply with necessaries.

~Fit up~, Prepare, make ready.

~Fitchew~, _n._ Fitchet, pole-cat, foumart (_Mustela putorius_).

~Fitness~, _n._ Suitableness, adaptation, aptness, aptitude,
appropriateness, pertinence, propriety.

~Fix~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Set, place, establish, plant, fasten, make firm or
stable.

~2.~ Attach, tie, make fast.

~3.~ Determine, define, limit, appoint, settle.

~4.~ Rivet, direct steadily.

~5.~ Solidify, consolidate.

~6.~ [_Vulgarly so used in the U. S._] Arrange, adjust, set in order,
put in order, put to rights, set to rights.

~Fix~, _n._ [_Colloquial, U. S._] Predicament, dilemma, plight, PICKLE.

~Fix on~, Settle on, determine upon.

~Fix upon~, Settle on, determine upon.

~Fizzle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Hiss, make a hissing noise.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Fail, make a failure of it, fizzle out.

~Fizzle~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Failure, fiasco, abortive attempt.

~Fizzle out~, Fail, FIZZLE.

~Flabbergasted~, _a._ [_Low._] Confounded, confused, abashed, ashamed,
disconcerted, nonplussed, taken aback, thrown off one's balance.

~Flabby~, _a._ Soft, yielding, FLACCID.

~Flaccid~, _a._ Soft, limber, flabby, yielding, lax, drooping, hungry,
loose, not firm, not stiff, not tense.

~Flaccidity~, _n._ Limberness, softness, laxity.

~Flaccidness~, _n._ Limberness, softness, laxity.

~Flag~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Hang loose.

~2.~ Languish, droop, faint, decline, pine, become weak, grow languid,
lose vigor.

~Flag~, _n._ ~1.~ Flag-stone, flat paving stone.

~2.~ Banner, streamer, colors, standard, pennon, pennant, ensign.

~Flagellate~, _v. a._ Whip, scourge, flog, thrash, beat, cudgel, drub.

~Flagellation~, _n._ Whipping, scourging, beating, flogging,
thrashing, drubbing.

~Flagitious~, _a._ Atrocious, heinous, villanous, infamous,
scandalous, nefarious, very wicked.

~Flagrancy~, _n._ Notoriety, enormity.

~Flagrant~, _a._ ~1.~ Flaming, glowing, burning, raging.

~2.~ Notorious, glaring, enormous, crying.

~Flag-stone~, _n._ Flag, flat paving stone.

~Flake~, _n._ Scale, lamina, layer.

~Flake~, _v. n._ Scale off, come off in flakes.

~Flambeau~, _n._ Torch.

~Flame~, _n._ ~1.~ Blaze, burning vapor.

~2.~ Fire.

~3.~ Ardor, fervor, fervency, warmth, enthusiasm.

~4.~ [_Colloquial._] Love, sweetheart.

~Flame~, _v. n._ Blaze.

~Flaming~, _a._ ~1.~ Blazing.

~2.~ Bright red, of a bright color.

~3.~ Violent, vehement, exciting.

~Flank~, _n._ Side.

~Flank~, _v. a._ ~1.~ (_Mil._) Attack on the side, approach on the
side, turn the flank of.

~2.~ Secure on the side.

3~.~ Border upon, stand at the side of.

~Flap-dragon~, _n._ Snap-dragon.

~Flare~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Glare, dazzle.

~2.~ Widen outward, spread outward.

~Flare~, _n._ Glare, unsteady light.

~Flare up~, Fly into a passion, get angry, get mad, fire up, lose
one's temper, boil over with rage.

~Flash~, _n._ ~1.~ Momentary blaze, sudden burst of light.

~2.~ Slang (_of thieves and gypsies_), cant language.

~Flash~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Emit a sudden light.

~2.~ Break forth suddenly.

~Flashy~, _a._ ~1.~ Showy, ostentatious, flaunting, gaudy, tawdry,
jaunty, gay, gairish, airy.

~2.~ Insipid, tasteless, mawkish, flat, vapid, stale.

~Flat~, _a._ ~1.~ Level, horizontal, CHAMPAIGN.

~2.~ Even, plane, smooth, CAMOUS, without prominences.

~3.~ Low, prostrate, level with the ground, laid low.

~4.~ Dull, lifeless, spiritless, unanimated, frigid, tame, prosaic,
uninteresting, pointless.

~5.~ Vapid, tasteless, insipid, stale, dead, flashy, mawkish.

~6.~ Peremptory, absolute, positive, downright.

~7.~ (_Mus._) Not sharp, not shrill, not acute, lower by a semitone,
below true pitch.

~Flat~, _n._ ~1.~ Shoal, shallow, strand, bar, sand-bank.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Simpleton, ninny, DUNCE.

~3.~ [_Scotland._] Floor, loft, story.

~Flat-iron~, _n._ Sad-iron.

~Flatten~, _v. a._ Make flat.

~Flatten~, _v. n._ Become flat.

~Flatter~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Compliment, gratify by praise.

~2.~ Cajole, wheedle, humor, coax, court, STUFF, coddle, pay court to,
fawn upon, curry favor with, try to win by adulation, make much of.

~3.~ Encourage by plausible representations, inspire with false hopes.

~Flatterer~, _n._ Sycophant, fawner, parasite, wheedler, toady,
flunkey, spaniel, lick-spittle, pick-thank, toad-eater.

~Flattery~, _n._ ~1.~ Compliment, insincere commendation, false praise.

~2.~ Obsequiousness, sycophancy, servility, cajolery, fawning,
adulation, blarney, SOFT SAWDER, SOFT SOAP.

~Flatulence~, _n._ Windiness (_in the bowels_).

~Flatulency~, _n._ Windiness (_in the bowels_).

~Flatulent~, _a._ Windy.

~Flaunt~, _v. n._ Flutter, make a show, make a parade, cut a dash, be
ostentatious.

~Flaunting~, _a._ Ostentatious, showy, flashy, gairish, dashing,
fluttering, jaunty, tawdry, gay, airy, gaudy.

~Flavor~, _n._ ~1.~ Odor, smell, fragrance.

~2.~ Taste, savor, smack, relish, zest, gust, gusto.

~Flaw~, _n._ ~1.~ Break, crack, breach, cleft, fissure, rift,
fracture, rent.

~2.~ Blemish, spot, speck, fault, defect, imperfection.

~3.~ (_Naut._) Gust of wind.

~Flawy~, _a._ Faulty, defective, full of flaws or cracks.

~Flax-comb~, _n._ Hatchel.

~Flax-seed~, _n._ Linseed.

~Flay~, _v. a._ Skin, excoriate, strip the skin from.

~Fleck~, _v. a._ Spot, streak, dapple, speckle, variegate.

~Flecked~, _a._ Spotted, streaked, striped, dappled, mottled,
variegated, piebald.

~Fledgling~, _n._ Young bird.

~Flee~, _v. n._ Fly, run, decamp, escape, abscond, hasten away, run
away, make off, TURN TAIL, cut and run.

~Fleece~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Clip, shear.

~2.~ Strip, rob, plunder, despoil, rifle, steal from.

~Fleecy~, _a._ Woolly.

~Fleer~, _v. n._ Gibe, scoff, mock, jeer.

~Fleet~, _n._ Flotilla, squadron, navy, ARMADA, company of ships.

~Fleet~, _a._ Swift, rapid, quick.

~Fleeting~, _a._ Transitory, transient, ephemeral, temporary, passing,
evanescent, fugitive, flitting, flying, brief, short-lived, here to-
day and gone tomorrow.

~Fleetness~, _n._ Swiftness, quickness, rapidity, celerity, velocity,
speed.

~Flesh~, _n._ ~1.~ Muscle and fat (_of animal bodies_).

~2.~ Meat, animal food.

~3.~ Pulp, edible part of fruit.

~4.~ Body (_as opposed to spirit_), flesh and blood.

~5.~ Carnality, sensual appetites, bodily desires.

~6.~ Kindred, stock, race.

~Flesh and blood~, Body, human system.

~Flesh-color~, _n._ Carnation.

~Flesh-eating~, _a._ Carnivorous.

~Fleshiness~, _n._ Fatness, plumpness, corpulence, corpulency,
EMBONPOINT, obesity.

~Fleshly~, _a._ ~1.~ Human, of flesh.

~2.~ Carnal, sensual, lustful, lascivious, lecherous.

~Fleshy~, _a._ Fat, plump, corpulent.

~Fleur-de-lis~, _n._ [Fr.] Yellow flag (_Iris pseudacorus_), flower-de-
luce.

~Flexibility~, _n._ Pliancy, pliability, flexibleness, limberness,
litheness, suppleness.

~Flexible~, _a._ Pliable, pliant, limber, flexible, lithe, supple, not
stiff, not rigid, easily bent.

~Flexibleness~, _n._ Pliancy, FLEXIBILITY.

~Flexile~, _a._ Pliable, FLEXIBLE.

~Flexuous~, _a._ Winding, bending, tortuous, sinuous, sinuate,
crooked, serpentine.

~Flexure~, _n._ ~1.~ Bonding.

~2.~ Bend, crook, turn, fold.

~Flibbertigibbet~, _n._ [_Low._] Imp, sprite, demon, malignant spirit,
little devil.

~Flicker~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Flutter.

~2.~ Fluctuate, waver, float.

~Flickermouse~, _n._ Bat, flindermouse, flittermouse.

~Flight~, _n._ ~1.~ Flying, soaring, mounting, volitation.

~2.~ Fleeing, hasty departure.

~3.~ Flock (_of birds_).

~4.~ Volley, shower.

~Flighty~, _a._ Giddy, wild, volatile, light-headed, without ballast.

~Flimsy~, _a._ ~1.~ Slight, thin, unsubstantial, of frail texture.

~2.~ Weak, feeble, trivial, frivolous, foolish, trifling, light,
puerile, shallow, superficial, trashy.

~Flinch~, _v. n._ Shrink, withdraw, retreat, swerve, wince, draw back,
hold back.

~Flindermouse~, _n._ Bat, flittermouse, flickermouse.

~Flinders~, _n. pl._ Splinters, fragments.

~Fling~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Throw, cast, hurl, toss, dart, pitch, flirt,
chuck, shy.

~2.~ Prostrate, overthrow, throw to the ground, throw down.

~Fling~, _v. n._ Flounce, wince, fly into violent motions.

~Fling~, _n._ ~1.~ Throw, cast, toss.

~2.~ Jeer, gibe, flout, scoff, sneer, taunt.

~Fling away~, Reject, discard, throw away.

~Fling open~, Throw open, open suddenly.

~Fling up~, Relinquish, abandon.

~Flippancy~, _n._ ~1.~ Volubility, fluency.

~2.~ Pertness, boldness, impertinence, sauciness, impudence.

~Flippant~, _a._ ~1.~ Voluble, fluent, glib, talkative, nimble of
speech, of ready utterance.

~2.~ Pert, impertinent, saucy, malapert, forward, bold, impudent.

~Flirt~, _v. a._ Throw (_with a jerk_), toss, fling, pitch, hurl,
chuck, shy.

~Flirt~, _v. n._ Coquet, philander, make love, make a show of love,
affect to be in love, play at courtship.

~Flirt~, _n._ ~1.~ Coquette, jilt.

~2.~ Jerk, sudden fling.

~Flirtation~, _n._ Coquetry, affectation of love.

~Flit~, _v. n._ Fly rapidly, dart along.

~Flitter~, _n._ Rag, tatter, fritter, shred.

~Flittermouse~, _n._ Bat, flindermouse, flickermouse.

~Flitting~, _a._ Fleeting, evanescent, transient, transitory, passing,
fugitive, ephemeral.

~Float~, _v. n._ Swim, WAFT, be buoyed up.

~Float~, _v. a._ Buoy up, bear up, keep afloat, bear on the surface.

~Float~, _n._ ~1.~ Raft, floating mass.

~2.~ Buoy.

~3.~ Float-board.

~Float-board~, _n._ Float.

~Floccillation~, _n._ (_Med._) Carphology, tilmus.

~Flock~, _n._ ~1.~ Collection (_of sheep, &c._), company.

~2.~ Lock of wool.

~Flock~, _v. n._ Congregate, herd, gather in crowds.

~Flog~ _v. a._ Beat, lash, whip, thrash, drub, scourge, flagellate.

~Flood~, _n._ ~1.~ Inundation, deluge, overflow, freshet.

~2.~ Great flow.

~Flood~, _v. a._ Overflow, inundate, deluge, flow.

~Flood-gate~, _n._ Sluice-gate.

~Flood-mark~, _n._ High-water mark.

~Floor~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cover with a floor, put a floor on.

~2.~ Overthrow, bring to the floor, knock down.

~3.~ Prevail over (_in argument_), get the better of.

~Flora~, _n._ Plants (_of a country_).

~Floret~, _n._ Floweret, little flower.

~Floriculture~, _n._ Cultivation of flowers.

~Floriculturist~, _n._ Florist.

~Florid~, _a._ ~1.~ [_Poetical._] Flowery.

~2.~ Rubicund, of a bright red color.

~3.~ Ornate, rhetorical, figurative, highly embellished.

~Florist~, _n._ Floriculturist.

~Flounce~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Fling, wince, fly into violent motions (_as an
animal in a passion_).

~2.~ FLOUNDER, toss about.

~Flounce~, _n._ ~1.~ Jerk, throe, spring.

~2.~ Frill (_on a gown, &c._), furbelow.

~Flounder~, _v. n._ Struggle (_as an animal in the mire_), toss,
tumble, wallow, flounce, toss about.

~Flour-box~, _n._ Dredging-box, FLOUR-DREDGE.

~Flour-dredge~, _n._ Dredging-box, flour-box, dredge-box.

~Flourish~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Thrive, grow.

~2.~ Prosper, succeed, be successful, go on well.

~3.~ Boast, brag, vaunt, vapor, gasconade, bluster, make a show, be
ostentatious, show off, cut a dash, make a flourish.

~Flourish~, _v. a._ Brandish, wave.

~Flourish~, _n._ ~1.~ Ostentation, parade, show, display, dash.

~2.~ Bombast, grandiloquence, flowery speech, high-sounding words.

~3.~ Fanciful strokes (_of a pen, &c._).

~Flout~, _v. a._ Insult, mock, jeer, gibe, deride, taunt, chaff, scoff
at, sneer at, treat with contempt.

~Flout~, _v. n._ Sneer, be contemptuous.

~Flout~, _n._ Insult, mock, sneer, scoff, taunt.

~Flow~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Stream, run, pour, roll on, sweep along.

~2.~ Issue, emanate, proceed, come, grow, arise, follow, spring,
result, be derived.

~3.~ Glide, move along easily or smoothly.

~4.~ Wave, float, undulate, waver, hang loosely.

~5.~ Abound, be full.

~Flow~, _v. a._ Flood, inundate, deluge, overflow.

~Flow~, _n._ ~1.~ Stream, current, flux.

~2.~ Abundance, copiousness.

~Flower~, _n._ ~1.~ Blossom, bloom.

~2.~ Best part, finest part.

~3.~ Prime, early vigor.

~4.~ Figure, figure of speech, ornamental expression.

~Flower~, _v. n._ Blossom, bloom, be in flower, put forth flowers.

~Flower-cup~, _n._ Calyx.

~Flower-de-luce~, _n._ Fleur-de-lis, yellow flag (_Iris pseudacorus_).

~Floweret~, _n._ Floret, little flower.

~Flowers of sulphur~, Sublimed sulphur.

~Flowery~, _a._ ~1.~ Bloomy, full of flowers.

~2.~ Ornate, figurative, florid.

~Flowing~, _a._ 1~.~ Running.

~2.~ Fluent, copious, smooth.

~Flowk~, _n._ Fluke, turbot (_Platessa maximus_).

~Fluctuate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Oscillate, be unsteady, rise and fall, move
to and fro, move up and down.

~2.~ Waver, vacillate, be irresolute or inconstant.

~Fluctuation~, _n._ ~1.~ Oscillation, unsteadiness, rising and falling.

~2.~ Wavering, inconstancy, vacillation, hesitation.

~Fluency~, _n._ ~1.~ Smoothness.

~2.~ Volubility, glibness, readiness of speech, ready utterance,
command of language, facility of expression, GIFT OF THE GAB.

~Fluent~, _a._ ~1.~ Flowing, gliding.

~2.~ Smooth, not harsh.

~3.~ Voluble, glib, ready (_in speech_).

~Fluff~, _n._ Nap, down.

~Fluffy~, _a._ Nappy, downy.

~Flugelman~, _n._ File-leader, leader, director, fugleman.

~Fluid~, _a._ Liquid, not solid.

~Fluid~, _n._ Liquid, liquor.

~Fluke~, _n._ ~1.~ Gourd-worm, fluke-worm.

~2.~ Turbot, flowk (_Platessa maximus_).

~Fluke-worm~, _n._ Fluke, gourd-worm.

~Flummery~, _n._ ~1.~ Adulation, sycophancy, obsequiousness,
blandishment, flattery, empty compliment.

~2.~ SOWENS, porridge (_made of the dust of oatmeal_).

~Flunky~, _n._ ~1.~ Lackey, livery servant.

~2.~ Mean fellow, mean-spirited person, obsequious person.

~3.~ [_Colloquial, U. S._] Dupe (_in buying stocks_).

~Fluor-spar~, _n._ Derbyshire spar, fluoride of calcium.

~Flurry~, _n._ ~1.~ Flaw, squall, gust of wind.

~2.~ Agitation, hurry, bustle, confusion, commotion, perturbation,
disturbance, flutter, ruffle, hurry-skurry.

~Flurry~, _v. a._ Excite, confuse, disconcert, disturb, agitate,
fluster, hurry.

~Flush~, _v. n._ Glow, redden.

~Flush~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Redden, color, cause to glow.

~2.~ Animate, elevate, elate, ERECT, excite, make proud.

~Flush~, _a._ ~1.~ Glowing, bright, fresh, vigorous.

~2.~ Affluent, rich, wealthy, opulent, well supplied.

~3.~ Liberal, free, generous, lavish, prodigal.

~4.~ Level, even, plane, flat.

~Flush~, _n._ ~1.~ Redness, ruddiness, rosiness, glow, bloom.

~2.~ Sudden impulse.

~Fluster~, _v. a._ Excite, heat, hurry, agitate, confound, confuse,
disconcert, disturb, flurry, pose, nonplus.

~Fluster~, _n._ Agitation, FLURRY.

~Fluted~, _a._ Grooved (_as a column_), channelled.

~Flute-player~, _n._ Flutist.

~Flutist~, _n._ Flute-player.

~Flutter~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Hover, flap the wings quickly.

~2.~ Flaunt, make a show, make a parade, cut a dash, be ostentatious.

~3.~ Be fickle, be inconstant, be unsteady.

~Flutter~, _n._ ~1.~ Agitation, tremor, quick motion.

~2.~ Confusion, hurry, commotion, perturbation, flurry, fluster, hurry-
skurry.

~Flux~, _n._ ~1.~ Flow, flowing.

~2.~ Mutation, change, transition, shifting.

~3.~ Looseness, diarrhœa, dysentery.

~4.~ Fusion, melting.

~Fluxion~, _n._ (_Math._) Differential, infinitely small quantity.

~Fluxions~, _n. pl._ (_Math._) Calculus, differential and integral
calculus.

~Fly~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Soar, mount, hover, take wing.

~2.~ Flutter, float, wave, undulate.

~3.~ Burst, explode, be scattered, break in pieces, be broken to pieces.

~4.~ Flee, escape, decamp, abscond, make off, pack off, slip away,
steal away, slink away.

~5.~ Pass, elapse, slip, glide, flit, roll on, flow on.

~Fly at~, Assail, attack, assault, rush upon, spring upon.

~Fly~, _n._ ~1.~ Winged insect.

~2.~ Fly-wheel.

~3.~ Compass card.

~Fly-bane~, _n._ Catchfly.

~Fly-blow~, _n._ Fly's egg.

~Fly open~, Burst open, open suddenly.

~Fly-wheel~, _n._ Fly.

~Foal~, _n._ Colt.

~Foam~, _n._ Froth, spume, spray.

~Foam~, _v. n._ Froth, spume.

~Foamy~, _a._ Frothy, spumy, spumous.

~Fob~, _n._ Watch-pocket.

~Focus~, _n._ Central point, point of concentration, point of
convergence.

~Fodder~, _n._ Forage, food (_for cattle_), provender.

~Fodder~, _v. a._ Feed (_cattle_).

~Foe~, _n._ Enemy, adversary, opponent, antagonist, FOEMAN.

~Foeman~, _n._ [_Poetical._] Enemy, foe.

~Fog~, _n._ Haze, mist.

~Foggy~, _a._ ~1.~ Misty, hazy.

~2.~ Confused, dazed, bewildered.

~Fogy~, _n._ [Written also _Fogey_.] Conservative (_in an ill sense_),
old fogy.

~Foible~, _n._ Frailty, weakness, failing, defect, infirmity,
imperfection, fault, weak point, weak side, blind side.

~Foil~, _v. a._ Defeat, frustrate, balk, disappoint, baffle.

~Foist in~, Interpolate, thrust in, insert wrongfully, introduce
surreptitiously.

~Fold~, _n._ ~1.~ Pen (_for sheep_), enclosure.

~2.~ Flock of sheep.

~3.~ Plait, double, doubling, folding, PLICATURE, gather.

~Fold~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Double, lay in folds.

~2.~ Wrap, inwrap, envelop, infold.

~Folding~, _n._ Plait, double, FOLD.

~Foliaceous~, _a._ ~1.~ (_Bot._) Leafy, foliate.

~2.~ (_Min._) Lamellar, laminated, lamellate, lamellated, scaly,
flaky, foliated, schistose.

~Foliage~, _n._ Leaves, clusters of leaves.

~Foliate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Leafy, foliaceous.

~Foliated~, _a._ (_Min._) Lamella, laminated, lamellate, lamellated,
schistose.

~Folks~, _n. pl._ [_Colloquial._] People, persons.

~Folkland~, _n._ Copyhold land.

~Folk-lore~, _n._ Popular superstitions.

~Follow~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Come or go after or behind, go in the rear or
in the wake of, tread in the steps of, tread on the heels of.

~2.~ Succeed, come next, tread close upon.

~3.~ Pursue, chase, run after, go after.

~4.~ Attend, accompany, go along with, keep company with.

~5.~ Obey, heed, observe, be guided by, conform to, yield to.

~6.~ Seek, cherish, cultivate, strive for.

~7.~ Practise, pursue, attend to, make the object of pursuit.

~8.~ Imitate, copy, pattern after, copy after, take as an example.

~Follow~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Come or go after.

~2.~ Succeed, come next.

~3.~ Ensue, result, arise, proceed, flow, spring, issue.

~Follower~, _n._ ~1.~ Pursuer.

~2.~ Attendant, retainer, dependant, companion, associate.

~3.~ Adherent, disciple, partisan, pupil.

~4.~ Imitator, copier.

~Follow up~, Examine, scrutinize, investigate, sift, inquire into,
look into.

~Folly~, _n._ ~1.~ Foolishness, imbecility, fatuity, stupidity,
shallowness, dulness, doltishness.

~2.~ Absurdity, extravagance, imprudence, nonsense, indiscretion, act
of folly, foolish act.

~Foment~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Stupe, bathe with warm lotions, apply warm
lotions to.

~2.~ Excite, encourage, abet, stimulate, brew, stir up.

~Fomentation~, _n._ ~1.~ Stupe, local bathing (_with warm lotions_).

~2.~ Instigation, encouragement.

~Fond~, _a._ Doting, over-affectionate, foolishly loving, excessively
tender.

~Fond of~, Taken with, attached to, much pleased with, delighted with.

~Fondle~, _v. a._ Caress, pet, coddle, cosset, treat with fondness,
make much of, make a pet of.

~Fondness~, _n._ ~1.~ Warm love, childish affection, excessive
tenderness.

~2.~ Liking, partiality, predilection.

~Font~, _n._ ~1.~ Baptismal vessel.

~2.~ Fount, assortment of types.

~Fontanel~, _n._ (_Med._) Issue (_artificially caused_).

~Food,~ _n._ Aliment, nutriment, nutrition, sustenance, BREAD,
nourishment, meat, provisions, victuals, viands, diet, regimen, fare,
cheer, commons, pabulum, subsistence, rations, GRUB, PROG, FODDER,
PROVENDER, FEED, FORAGE.

~Fool~, _n._ ~1.~ Dolt, witling, driveller, idiot, simpleton, ninny,
nincompoop, blockhead, DUNCE.

~2.~ Buffoon, harlequin, droll, punch, antic, jester, zany, clown,
mountebank, merry Andrew, scaramouch, jack-pudding, pickle-herring.

~Fool~, _v. n._ Trifle, toy, play, play the fool, play the monkey, act
like a fool.

~Fool~, _v. a._ Deceive, cheat, trick, dupe, gull, delude, circumvent,
cozen, overreach, beguile, hoodwink, chouse, cully, impose upon.

~Foolery~, _n._ Absurdity, nonsense, buffoonery, folly, tomfoolery,
mummery, foolish conduct.

~Foolhardy~, _a._ Rash, venturous, adventurous, venturesome, reckless,
desperate, hot-headed, hot-brained, hair-brained, headlong, precipitate.

~Foolish~, _a._ ~1.~ Senseless, idiotic, silly, weak, DAFT, simple,
irrational, insensate, shallow, brainless, witless, thick-skulled,
buffle-headed, shallow-brained.

~2.~ Unwise, unreasonable, absurd, ridiculous, nonsensical, ill-
judged, preposterous, indiscreet, imprudent.

~3.~ Idle, trivial, trifling, vain, childish, puerile, contemptible.

~Foolishness~, _n._ ~1.~ Folly, silliness, imbecility, stupidity,
fatuity, shallowness, dulness, doltishness.

~2.~ Absurdity, extravagance, nonsense, imprudence, indiscretion.

~3.~ Puerility, childishness, triviality.

~Foot~, _n._ ~1.~ PAW.

~2.~ Base, bottom, lower part.

~3.~ Twelve inches.

~4.~ (_Mil._) Infantry, foot-soldiers.

~Foot~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Add a foot to (_a stocking, boot, &c._), supply
with a foot.

~2.~ Add up (_figures_), sum up.

~Foot-boy~, _n._ Runner, footman, livery servant.

~Footfall~, _n._ Footstep, footprint, footmark, track.

~Foothold~, _n._ Footing, place to stand on.

~Footing~, _n._ ~1.~ Foothold.

~2.~ Basis, foundation, ground-work.

~3.~ Rank, standing, grade, state, status, condition.

~4.~ Settlement, establishment, stable position.

~5.~ Sum total (_of a column of figures_).

~Foot it~, [_Colloquial._] Walk, go on foot.

~Footman~, _n._ Runner, footboy, livery servant, man in waiting.

~Footmark~, _n._ Footprint, footstep, track, trace.

~Footpad~, _n._ Highwayman, brigand, robber, freebooter, bandit.

~Footpath~, _n._ Footway.

~Footprint~, _n._ Footmark, footstep, footfall, track, trace.

~Foot-soldiers~, _n. pl._ Foot, infantry.

~Footstalk~, _n._ Petiole, leaf-stalk.

~Footstep~, _n._ ~1.~ Footprint, footmark, footfall, track, trace.

~2.~ Token, mark, sign, vestige.

~Footsteps~, _n. pl._ Example.

~Foot the bill~, [_Colloquial._] Pay the bill.

~Foot-traveller~, _n._ Pedestrian, traveller afoot.

~Footway~, _n._ Footpath.

~Fop~, _n._ Coxcomb, dandy, exquisite, beau, jackanapes, jack-a-dandy,
macaroni, popinjay, SWELL, man-milliner, man of dress, vain fellow.

~Foppery~, _n._ Coxcombry, dandyism, foppishness, showy folly, vanity
in dress.

~Foppish~, _a._ Dandyish, coxcombical, dandified, vain of dress.

~Foppishness~, _n._ Coxcombry, foppery.

~For~, _prep._ ~1.~ Because of, by reason of.

~2.~ On account of, for the sake of.

~3.~ In the place of, instead of.

~4.~ Concerning, with respect to, with regard to.

~5.~ Toward, towards.

~6.~ Conducive to, beneficial to.

~7.~ Against, in opposition to, as antidote to.

~8.~ During, during the term of.

~9.~ According to, in spite of, as far as.

~10.~ In favor of, on the side of.

~11.~ In quest of, with a view to.

~12.~ As being.

~For~, _conj._ Because, since, on this account that.

~Forage~, _n._ Food (_for horses and cattle_).

~Forage~, _v. n._ Wander in search of forage.

~Forager~, _n._ BUMMER, raider.

~Foramen~, _n._ (_Anat. & Bot._) Hole, orifice, perforation.

~Foraminated~, _a._ Perforated, foraminous.

~Forasmuch as~, Since, whereas, inasmuch as, because that, in
consideration that, seeing that.

~Foray~, _n._ [Written also _Forray_.] Inroad, irruption, raid,
piratical invasion, hostile incursion.

~For aye~, [_Poetical._] Always, FOR EVER.

~Forbear~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Stop, pause, cease, desist, stay, break off,
leave off, give over.

~2.~ Abstain, refrain.

~Forbear~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Shun, decline, avoid.

~2.~ Omit, withhold, abstain from.

~3.~ Spare, treat with indulgence.

~Forbearance~, _n._ ~1.~ Forbearing, shunning, abstinence, avoidance.

~2.~ Patience, lenity, indulgence, long suffering.

~Forbid~, _v. a._ Prohibit, inhibit, interdict.

~Forbidding~, _a._ Repulsive, abhorrent, odious, disagreeable,
unpleasant, offensive.

~Force~, _n._ ~1.~ Strength (_regarded as active_), power, might,
energy, vigor.

~2.~ Efficacy, efficiency, potency, validity, cogency, virtue, agency.

~3.~ Violence, compulsion, coercion, constraint, enforcement.

~4.~ Army, troop, legion, host, squadron, phalanx, regiment.

~Force~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Compel, coerce, constrain, necessitate.

~2.~ Impel, drive, urge, press, clap.

~3.~ Ravish, violate, debauch, constuprate, deflour, commit a rape on.

~Force from~, Extort, wrest from.

~Forced~, _a._ ~1.~ Compelled, constrained.

~2.~ Strained, unnatural, catachrestic, far-fetched, studiously sought.

~Forcible~, _a._ ~1.~ Powerful, strong, mighty, weighty, potent,
impressive, irresistible, cogent, all-powerful.

~2.~ Violent, impetuous.

~3.~ Energetic, vigorous, effective, efficacious.

~Forcibly~, _ad._ ~1.~ Powerfully, mightily.

~2.~ Violently, VI ET ARMIS, at the point of the sword.

~3.~ Energetically, vigorously, effectively, with might and main.

~Forcing-pit~, _n._ Hot-bed.

~Ford~, _v. a._ Wade through (_a river_).

~Fore~, _a._ ~1.~ Anterior, preceding, prior.

~2.~ Front, not back, not behind.

~Forebode~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Foretell, predict, presage, portend, augur,
betoken, foreshadow, foreshow, prognosticate, prefigure, be ominous of.

~2.~ Foreknow, be prescient of, have foreknowledge of, have prescience
of.

~Foreboding~, _n._ Prognostication, presage, omen, augury.

~Forecast~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Foresee, anticipate, look forward to, provide
against.

~2.~ Contrive, plan, project, devise, scheme.

~Forecast~, _n._ ~1.~ Foresight, prevision, forethought, anticipation,
provident regard to the future.

~2.~ Contrivance, scheming, planning.

~Foreclose~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Preclude, prevent, stop, debar, hinder, shut
out.

~2.~ (_Law._) Deprive of the power of redeeming (_a mortgage_).

~Foredoom~, _v. a._ Predestine, foreordain, preordain, doom beforehand.

~Forefather~, _n._ Progenitor, ancestor, father, foregoer.

~For effect~, To make an impression, for the sake of effect.

~Forefend~, _v. a._ [_Rare._] Avert, prevent, hinder, forbid, ward
off, keep off.

~Forego~, _v. a._ Relinquish, resign, surrender, cede, yield, abandon,
give up, part with, let go.

~Foregoer~, _n._ ~1.~ Precursor, forerunner, herald, harbinger, avant-
courier.

~2.~ Ancestor, forefather, progenitor, father.

~Foregoing~, _a._ Preceding, previous, antecedent, prior, former.

~Foregone~, _a._ Predetermined, decided beforehand.

~Forehanded~, _a._ [_U. S._] Beforehand, in comfortable circumstances
(_as respects property_), well off, well to do.

~Forehead~, _n._ Front, brow.

~Foreign~, _a._ ~1.~ Alien, outlandish, exotic, not native, not
domestic, from abroad.

~2.~ Remote, not allied, not pertinent, not appropriate, not
congenial, not connected, not belonging.

~3.~ Extraneous, extrinsic, adventitious.

~Foreigner~, _n._ Alien, stranger.

~Foreknow~, _v. a._ Foresee, forebode, know beforehand, be prescient
of, have prescience of, have previous knowledge of, have foreknowledge
of.

~Foreknowledge~, _n._ Foresight, prescience, previous knowledge.

~Foreland~, _n._ Promontory, cape, headland, point of land.

~Foreman~, _n._ ~1.~ Presiding officer (_of a jury_).

~2.~ Overseer, superintendent, BOSS, chief workman, master workman.

~Forementioned~, _a._ Aforesaid, above-mentioned, forenamed.

~Foremost~, _a._ First, most advanced, front.

~Forename~, _n._ Christian name.

~Forenamed~, _a._ Aforesaid, above-mentioned, forementioned, above-
named.

~Forensic~, _a._ Juridical, judicial.

~Foreordain~, _v. a._ Predestinate, predetermine, preordain, foredoom.

~Forerun~, _v. a._ Precede, go before, come before.

~Forerunner~, _n._ ~1.~ Precursor, harbinger, herald, foregoer, avant-
courier.

~2.~ Prelude, prognostic, sign, omen.

~Foresee~, _v. a._ Foreknow, forecast, forebode, see beforehand, have
prescience of, be prescient of.

~Foreshadow~, _v. a._ Prefigure, foreshow, foretell, predict,
prognosticate, presignify.

~Foreshow~, _v. a._ Prefigure, FORESHADOW.

~Foresight~, _n._ ~1.~ Foreknowledge, prescience, prevision.

~2.~ Forecast, forethought, precaution, prudence, anticipation,
provident regard to the future.

~Foreskin~, _n._ Prepuce.

~Forest~, _n._ Wood (_of large extent_), woods, woodland, grove.

~Forestall~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Anticipate, foretaste, antedate, take in
advance.

~2.~ Engross, monopolize, regrate, get exclusive possession of (_in
order to enhance prices_).

~Foretaste~, _v. a._ Anticipate, FORESTALL.

~Foretaste~, _n._ Anticipation, antepast, prelibation, forestalling,
presentiment, taste beforehand.

~Foretell~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Predict, prophesy.

~2.~ Prognosticate, foreshow, foreshadow, presignify, betoken,
portend, augur, bode, presage.

~Forethought~, _n._ Foresight, forecast, anticipation, precaution,
prudence, provident regard to the future.

~For ever~, _ad._ Always, perpetually, eternally, endlessly, ever,
evermore, AYE, for aye, at all times, to the end of time, time without
end, through endless ages.

~Forewarn~, _v. a._ Caution, admonish, advise, warn.

~Forfeit~, _n._ Fine, mulct, amercement, penalty, forfeiture.

~Forfeit~, _v. a._ Lose (_by some offence, by neglect, or by breach of
condition_).

~Forfeiture~, _n._ ~1.~ Loss (_by some offence, &c._).

~2.~ Fine, mulct, amercement, penalty, forfeit.

~Forge~, _n._ ~1.~ Smithy (_for heavy work_), iron-works.

~2.~ Furnace (_to make iron more malleable_), shingling-mill.

~Forge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Beat (_metal_), form (_by heating and hammering_).

~2.~ Devise, invent, frame, coin.

~3.~ Falsify, counterfeit, fabricate.

~Forger~, _n._ ~1.~ Maker, contriver.

~2.~ Counterfeiter, falsifier.

~Forgery~, _n._ ~1.~ Counterfeiting, falsification.

~2.~ Counterfeit.

~Forget~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lose the remembrance of, let slip from the
mind, not remember.

~2.~ Think no more of, consign to oblivion.

~Forgetful~, _a._ ~1.~ Apt to forget.

~2.~ Negligent, inattentive, neglectful, careless, heedless, mindless.

~Forgetfulness~, _n._ ~1.~ Aptness to forget, failure of memory.

~2.~ OBLIVION.

~3.~ Negligence, inattention, carelessness, heedlessness.

~Forget one's self~, Lose self-control, commit an indiscretion.

~Forgive~, _v. a._ PARDON (_especially for a small offence_), absolve,
excuse, acquit.

~Forgiveness~, _n._ PARDON, absolution, remission, acquittal.

~For good~, Finally, as the final move, for good and all.

~For good and all~, FOR GOOD.

~Forgotten~, _a._ ~1.~ Gone from one's mind, out of one's recollection.

~2.~ Buried in oblivion, sunk in oblivion.

~Fork~, _n._ Branch, division, divarication.

~Fork~, _v. n._ Branch, divide.

~Forked~, _a._ Furcate, furcated.

~Forlorn~, _a._ ~1.~ Deserted, abandoned, forsaken, friendless,
solitary, lost.

~2.~ Wretched, miserable, pitiable, destitute, helpless, comfortless,
disconsolate, woe-begone.

~Forlorn hope~, ~1.~ Vanguard, skirmishers, advanced body of troops.

~2.~ Desperate case, doubtful enterprise, hazardous adventure.

~Form~, _n._ ~1.~ Shape (_with especial reference to structure_),
figure, configuration, conformation, mould, fashion, cast, cut,
TOURNURE.

~2.~ Mode, method, formula, formulary, established practice.

~3.~ Manner, system.

~4.~ Regularity, order, arrangement, shapeliness.

~5.~ Ceremony, formality, ceremonial, conventionality, etiquette,
conventional rule.

~6.~ Empty show, mere appearance.

~7.~ Bench, long seat (_without a back_).

~8.~ Class, rank of students.

~9.~ Type in a chase (_ready for printing_).

~10.~ Mould, pattern, model.

~Form~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fashion, shape, carve, mould.

~2.~ Make, create, produce.

~3.~ Contrive, devise, invent, frame.

~4.~ Constitute, compose, make up.

~5.~ Arrange, dispose, combine.

~Formal~, _a._ ~1.~ Express, explicit, positive, in due form,
according to established form.

~2.~ Regular, methodical.

~3.~ Ceremonious, precise, punctilious, stiff, starch, starched, prim,
affectedly exact.

~4.~ Constitutive, essential.

~5.~ External, as mere form.

~Formality~, _n._ ~1.~ Custom, established mode, settled method, rule
of proceeding.

~2.~ Ceremony, conventionality, etiquette, mere form.

~Formation~, _n._ Creation, production.

~Formative~, _a._ ~1.~ Plastic.

~2.~ (_Gram._) Derivative, not radical.

~Former~, _a._ Maker, framer, author, creator, constructor.

~Former~, _a._ ~1.~ Previous, prior, anterior, antecedent, preceding,
foregoing.

~2.~ Quondam, ci-devant, late, old-time.

~3.~ Past, gone by.

~4.~ First named, first mentioned.

~Formerly~, _ad._ Heretofore, anciently, aforetime, of old, in times
past, in days of yore, long ago, in past ages.

~Formidable~, _a._ Fearful, dreadful, terrible, REDOUBTABLE,
frightful, terrific, horrible, tremendous.

~Formula~, _n._ Form, rule, model, formulary.

~Formulary~, _n._ ~1.~ Book of forms.

~2.~ Form, model, rule, formula.

~3.~ Ritual.

~Fornicate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Arched, vaulted.

~Forray~, _n._ [Written also _Foray_.] Inroad, irruption, raid,
descent, partial invasion, hostile incursion.

~Forsake~, _v. a._ Leave, quit, desert, relinquish, abandon, renounce,
forswear, drop, give up, give over, cast off.

~Forsaker~, _n._ Deserter.

~Forsooth~, _ad._ Certainly, truly, really, in truth, in fact, of a
truth, in good truth.

~Forswear~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Renounce (_upon oath_), reject, leave, quit,
desert, forsake, abandon, drop.

~2.~ Deny, abjure, recant, retract.

~Forswear one's self~, Perjure one's self, take a false oath, swear
falsely, bear false witness, break one's word, break one's faith, play
false.

~Fort~, _n._ Fortification, fortress, stronghold, bulwark, castle,
citadel, fastness, fortified place.

~Forte~, _n._ Peculiar talent, special gift, strong side, chief
excellence, strong point, that in which one excels.

~Forth~, _ad._ ~1.~ Onward, forward.

~2.~ Out, abroad, from retirement, from confinement.

~For the best~, To secure the best result.

~For the better~, For improvement, for greater good.

~For the nonce~, For the occasion, for the present time, for the
present purpose.

~For the present~, For the time being, for a while.

~Forthwith~, _ad._ Immediately, directly, instantly, INSTANTER,
without delay.

~Fortification~, _n._ ~1.~ Military architecture.

~2.~ Fort, FORTRESS, stronghold, castle, citadel, bulwark, fortified
place.

~Fortify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Protect by fortifications.

~2.~ Strengthen, confirm, brace, add strength to.

~Fortiter in re~, [L.] With vigor and firmness in action.

~Fortitude~, _n._ Endurance (_with courage_), firmness, resolution,
patience, strength of mind, passive courage.

~Fortnight~, _n._ Two weeks.

~Fortress~, _n._ Fortification, fort, stronghold, castle, citadel,
fortified place (_of great magnitude_).

~Fortuitous~, _a._ Accidental, casual, contingent, incidental,
happening by chance.

~Fortuity~, _n._ Accidentalness, chance, contingency.

~Fortunate~, _a._ ~1.~ LUCKY, successful, prosperous, favored, happy.

~2.~ Propitious, auspicious, favorable.

~Fortune~, _n._ ~1.~ Chance, accident, luck, hap, fortuity.

~2.~ Livelihood, means of living.

~3.~ Estate, substance, property, possessions.

~4.~ Wealth, riches, opulence.

~5.~ Destiny, fate, destination, doom, lot, star, future condition.

~6.~ Event, issue, result.

~7.~ Success, favorable issue.

~Fortune-teller~, _n._ Augur, soothsayer, prophet, seer.

~Forum~, _n._ Tribunal, court, court of justice.

~Forward~, _ad._ Onward, progressively, not backward.

~Forwards~, _ad._ Onward, progressively, not backward.

~Forward~, _a._ ~1.~ Onward, progressive.

~2.~ Front, fore, at the fore part, near the fore part.

~3.~ Ready, prompt, willing, eager, earnest, zealous.

~4.~ Bold, confident, presumptuous, presuming, impertinent, pert,
flippant, brazen, assuming, brazen-faced, BRASSY, CHEEKY.

~5.~ Early, premature.

~Forward~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Advance, promote, further, foster, support,
favor, encourage, help on, help forward.

~2.~ Quicken, hasten, accelerate, expedite, speed, despatch, hurry.

~3.~ Transmit, send on, send forward.

~Fosse~, _n._ (_Fort._) Ditch, moat, graff.

~Fossil~, _n._ Petrifaction.

~Foster~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Nurse, nourish, feed, support, sustain, bring
up, rear up.

~2.~ Cherish, encourage, favor, promote, stimulate, forward, further,
advance, help on, help forward.

~Foul~, _a._ ~1.~ Impure, nasty, squalid, dirty, polluted, filthy,
unclean, soiled, tarnished, stained, sullied.

~2.~ Disgusting, loathsome, offensive, noisome.

~3.~ Base, scandalous, infamous, vile, scurvy, unfair, dishonorable,
sinister, wicked, dark, abominable, detestable, disgraceful, shameful.

~4.~ Obscene, vulgar, coarse, low.

~5.~ Abusive, insulting, scurrilous, foul-mouthed.

~6.~ Stormy, rainy, cloudy.

~Foul play~, Injustice, unfairness, dishonesty, wrong.

~Foul-mouthed~, _a._ Abusive, insulting, insolent, blackguard,
scurrilous, foul.

~Foumart~, _n._ Polecat, fitchew, fitchet (_Mustela putorius_).

~Found~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Base, set, fix, place, ground, lay the
foundation of.

~2.~ Build, construct, erect, raise.

~3.~ Establish, institute, originate.

~4.~ Cast, form in a mould.

~Foundation~, _n._ ~1.~ Basis, base, groundwork, footing, bottom.

~2.~ Establishment, settlement.

~3.~ Endowment.

~Founder~, _n._ ~1.~ Originator, institutor, establisher, planter.

~2.~ Caster (_of metals_).

~Founder~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Sink (_as a ship by filling with water_), go
to the bottom.

~2.~ Fail, miscarry.

~3.~ Trip, stumble, fall.

~Foundling~, _n._ Abandoned infant.

~Fount~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Poetical._] Spring, fountain.

~2.~ Font, assortment of types.

~Fountain~, _n._ ~1.~ Spring, well, font.

~2.~ Jet, JET D'EAU.

~3.~ Source, original, origin, cause, first principle, fountain-head.

~Fountain-head~, _n._ Source, original, origin, cause, fountain, first
principle.

~Fourfold~, _a._ Quadruple.

~Fourfold~, _n._ Four times as many, four times as much.

~Four-handed~, _a._ Quadrumanous.

~Fourierism~, _n._ Socialism, phalansterianism, humanitarianism, Saint
Simonianism.

~Fourscore~, _a._ & _n._ Eighty.

~Foursquare~, _a._ Quadrangular.

~Fowl~, _n._ ~1.~ Bird, winged animal.

~2.~ Poultry, barn-door fowl, domestic fowl.

~Fox-shark~, _n._ Thrasher, sea-fox, sea-ape (_Carcharias vulpea_).

~Foxy~, _a._ Artful, wily, cunning, crafty, sly, subtle.

~Fracas~, _n._ Uproar, tumult, disturbance, row, outbreak, noisy
quarrel.

~Fraction~, _n._ ~1.~ Part, portion, fragment, section, piece, bit,
scrap.

~2.~ (_Arith._) Part of a unit.

~Fractional~, _a._ Broken, fragmentary.

~Fractious~, _a._ Cross, captious, petulant, touchy, testy, peevish,
fretful, splenetic, pettish, snappish, waspish, irritable.

~Fracture~, _n._ ~1.~ Breaking, rupture.

~2.~ Break, crack, breach, cleft, fissure, rift, flaw, rent, opening.

~Fragile~, _a._ ~1.~ Brittle, frangible, easily broken.

~2.~ Frail, weak, feeble, INFIRM.

~Fragility~, _n._ ~1.~ Brittleness, frangibleness.

~2.~ Frailty, weakness, feebleness.

~Fragment~, _n._ Remnant, scrap, chip, detached part, part broken off.

~Fragmentary~, _a._ Fractional, broken.

~Fragrance~, _n._ Perfume, aroma, redolence, balminess, incense,
pleasing scent, grateful odor, sweetness of smell.

~Fragrancy~, _n._ Perfume, aroma, redolence, balminess, incense,
pleasing scent, grateful odor, sweetness of smell.

~Fragrant~, _a._ Aromatic, redolent, balmy, odoriferous, odorous,
perfumed, sweet-smelling, sweet-scented.

~Frail~, _a._ ~1.~ Fragile, frangible, BRITTLE, easily broken
(_across_).

~2.~ Weak, feeble, fragile, INFIRM.

~3.~ Liable to err, easily led astray, of infirm virtue.

~Frailty~, _a._ ~1.~ Weakness, feebleness, infirmity, frailness.

~2.~ Fault, foible, defect, imperfection, failing, weak point, weak
side, blind side.

~3.~ Liability to err, proneness error, want of moral strength.

~Frame~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Construct, build, put together.

~2.~ Form, compose, make, constitute.

~3.~ Invent, devise, plan, contrive.

~4.~ Fabricate, forge.

~5.~ Put into a frame.

~Frame~, _n._ ~1.~ Skeleton, framing, framework, carcass.

~2.~ Form, structure, fabric, system, scheme, constitution.

~3.~ Condition, state, temper, mood.

~Framer~, _n._ Former, maker, author, creator, constructer.

~Framework~, _n._ Skeleton, frame, framing, carcass.

~Franchise~, _n._ ~1.~ Right, privilege.

~2.~ Immunity, exemption.

~Frangible~, _a._ Brittle, fragile, easily broken.

~Frank~, _a._ Artless, candid, open, ingenuous, free, sincere, frank-
hearted, unreserved, without disguise.

~Frank-hearted~, _a._ Candid, open, ingenuous, FRANK.

~Frankincense~, _n._ ~1.~ Gallipot, Burgundy pitch.

~2.~ OLIBANUM.

~Frantic~, _a._ Furious, raving, raging, mad, distracted, wild,
infuriate, frenzied.

~Fraternal~, _a._ Brotherly.

~Fraternity~, _n._ Association, society, company, circle, brotherhood,
sociality, league, clan, united body.

~Fraternize~, _v. n._ Sympathize, harmonize, consort, coalesce,
concur, associate (_as brothers_), COTTON, make common cause, HITCH
HORSES TOGETHER.

~Fraud~, _n._ Deceit, deception, duplicity, imposition, imposture,
guile, trick, cheat, chouse, artifice, stratagem, wile, COLLUSION,
humbug, hoax.

~Fraudulent~, _a._ Dishonest, knavish, treacherous, deceitful,
deceptive, false, trickish, TRICKY, crafty, wily, collusive, covinous.

~Fraught~, _a._ Filled, stored, freighted, laden, charged.

~Fray~, _n._ ~1.~ Combat, battle, fight.

~2.~ Broil, quarrel, riot, affray.

~Fray~, _v. a._ Rub, wear, fret.

~Freak~, _n._ ~1.~ Whim, whimsey, caprice, fancy, humor, crotchet,
maggot, vagary, quirk, WRINKLE.

~2.~ Gambol, antic, caper.

~Freakish~, _a._ Whimsical, capricious, odd, humorsome, erratic.

~Free~, _a._ ~1.~ Independent, unrestrained, at liberty.

~2.~ Released, delivered, emancipated, liberated.

~3.~ Exempt, clear.

~4.~ Allowed, permitted, open.

~5.~ Unobstructed, unimpeded, unrestricted, open.

~6.~ Frank, ingenuous, candid, artless, sincere, unreserved, frank-
hearted.

~7.~ Generous, liberal, bountiful, charitable, munificent, free-
hearted, open-handed, not parsimonious.

~8.~ Prodigal, lavish, immoderate.

~9.~ Ready, eager, prompt, willing.

~10.~ Gratuitous, spontaneous, willing.

~Free~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Liberate, emancipate, manumit, release,
disinthral, enfranchise, deliver, set free, set at liberty.

~2.~ Rid, clear, disengage.

~Freebooter~, _n._ Robber, plunderer, pillager, despoiler, highwayman,
footpad, brigand, bandit, marauder.

~Freedom~, _n._ ~1.~ LIBERTY, independence, exemption from restraint.

~2.~ Scope, range, play, swing, free play, full play, full swing.

~3.~ Franchise, immunity, privilege.

~4.~ Familiarity, license.

~Free-hearted~, _a._ Liberal, generous, bounteous, bountiful, open-
handed.

~Free play~, Freedom, range, scope, full play, swing, full swing.

~Free-spoken~, _a._ Frank, unreserved.

~Free-thinker~, _n._ Sceptic, unbeliever, infidel, DEIST.

~Free-will~, _n._ ~1.~ Unrestrained will, power of choice.

~2.~ Spontaneity, voluntariness.

~Free-will~, _a._ Voluntary, spontaneous.

~Freeze~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be congealed, be frozen.

~2.~ Be chilled.

~Freeze~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Congeal, solidify by cold, turn to ice.

~2.~ Chill, benumb.

~Freight~, _v. a._ Load, lade, charge.

~Freight~, _n._ ~1.~ Cargo, lading, load, burden.

~2.~ Freightage, freight money, charge for freight.

~Freightage~, _n._ Freight, freight money.

~French-pie~, Great spotted woodpecker (_Picus major_).

~Frenzy~, _n._ [Sometimes written _Phrensy_.] Madness, rage, fury,
distraction, raving, insanity, lunacy, derangement, mania, delirium,
aberration of mind.

~Frequency~, _n._ Oftenness, common occurrence.

~Frequent~, _a._ Common, usual, oft-repeated, every day, of common
occurrence.

~Frequent~, _v. a._ Haunt, visit often, resort to frequently.

~Frequently~, _ad._ Often, repeatedly, many times, at short intervals,
not rarely, not seldom.

~Fresh~, _a._ ~1.~ Now, recent.

~2.~ Blooming, nourishing, unfaded.

~3.~ Good, sweet, of recent growth, in a good state, not stale.

~4.~ Florid, healthy, well, hearty, vigorous, hardy, strong.

~5.~ Vivid, lively, not dulled, not impaired.

~6.~ Just received, just arrived.

~7.~ Not salt, without salt.

~8.~ Pure and cool.

~9.~ Brisk, strong, forcible.

~10.~ Raw, uncultivated, unpractised, untrained, unskilled,
inexperienced.

~Freshen~, _v. a._ Make fresh.

~Freshen~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Grow fresh.

~2.~ Grow brisk (_said of the wind_).

~Freshet~, _n._ Sudden flood (_in a river from rains or melting snow_).

~Freshman~, _n._ ~1.~ Novice, tyro, beginner, learner.

~2.~ Student of the first year (_in colleges_), student of the lowest
class.

~Fret~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Rub, chafe, wear (_by friction_), wear away.

~2.~ Vex, tease, irritate, gall, provoke, nettle, affront, make angry.

~3.~ Variegate, diversify.

~Fret~, _v. n._ Chafe, fume, rage, be vexed, be irritated, be chafed,
be peevish, be fretful, be angry.

~Fret~, _n._ ~1.~ Agitation, irritation, vexation.

~2.~ Herpes, tetter, ringworm.

~Fretful~, _a._ Peevish, petulant, touchy, testy, snappish, waspish,
pettish, splenetic, spleeny, captious, irritable, ill-humored.

~Fretfulness~, _n._ Peevishness, petulance, testiness, ill-humor, ill-
temper.

~Friable~, _a._ Crumbling, brittle, crisp, pulverable, easily crumbled.

~Friar's lantern~, _n._ IGNIS FATUUS, will o' the wisp, jack-a-lantern.

~Fribble~, _a._ Trifling, frivolous, silly.

~Fribble~, _n._ Trifler, frivolous fellow.

~Friction~, _n._ Attrition, abrasion, confrication, rubbing.

~Friend~, _n._ ~1.~ Patron, advocate, confidant, adherent, associate,
ally, intimate, good genius, bosom friend.

~2.~ Favorer, encourager, well-wisher.

~3.~ Quaker.

~Friendly~, _a._ ~1.~ Amicable, fraternal, neighborly, kind, well-
affected, on good terms, on friendly terms; on a friendly, familiar,
or intimate footing; not hostile, not inimical.

~2.~ Favorable, propitious, salutary.

~Friendship~, _n._ Friendliness, amity, amicableness, fellowship,
attachment, intimacy.

~Fright~, _v. a._ [_Poetical._] Frighten.

~Fright~, _n._ Alarm, affright, terror, dismay, consternation, panic,
sudden fear.

~Frighten~, _v. a._ Alarm, affright, terrify, scare, dismay, daunt,
intimidate, shock with sudden fear.

~Frightful~, _a._ Terrible, terrific, GREWSOME, fearful, alarming,
dreadful, direful, dire, horrid, horrible, awful, shocking.

~Frigid~, _a._ ~1.~ Cold, cool, GELID, not hot, of a low temperature.

~2.~ Dull, unanimated, lifeless.

~3.~ Forbidding, formal, prim, stiff, repulsive, chilling.

~Frigidity~, _n._ ~1.~ Coldness, coolness, frigidness.

~2.~ Dulness, lifelessness, want of animation.

~Frigidness~, _n._ FRIGIDITY.

~Frill~, _n._ Ruffle, edging.

~Fringed~, _a._ Fimbriate, fimbriated.

~Frippery~, _n._ ~1.~ Old clothes, cast-off dresses.

~2.~ Trumpery, second-hand finery.

~Friseur~, _n._ [Fr.] Hair-dresser.

~Frisk~, _v. n._ Leap, skip, hop, frolic, romp, gambol, dance.

~Frisky~, _a._ Gay, lively, playful, sportive, frolicsome, coltish,
full of frolic.

~Frith~, _n._ ~1.~ Strait.

~2.~ Estuary, inlet, arm of the sea.

~Fritter~, _n._ ~1.~ Small pan-cake, doughnut, fried cake.

~2.~ Fragment, piece, shred.

~Fritter~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Slice, cut into small pieces.

~2.~ Break into fragments.

~Fritter away, 1.~ Diminish, pare off, reduce to nothing.

~2.~ Misuse (_time_), waste, idle away, fool away.

~Frivolity~, _n._ Levity, puerility, triflingness, triviality,
frivolousness, folly.

~Frivolous~, _a._ Trifling, trivial, worthless, petty, flimsy, idle,
puerile, childish, trashy, foolish.

~Frivolousness~, _n._ FRIVOLITY.

~Frizzle~, _v. a._ Curl, crisp.

~Froghopper~, _n._ Frothworm.

~Frolic~, _n._ ~1.~ Gambol, escapade, spree, lark, bender, wild prank,
flight of levity.

~2.~ Fun, pleasantry, drollery.

~3.~ Scene of merriment.

~Frolic~, _v. n._ Be merry, be frolicsome, play pranks, cut capers.

~Frolicsome~, _a._ Sportive, playful, DAFT, gamesome, gay, lively,
frisky, coltish, full of frolic.

~From far~, From a great distance.

~From hand to hand~, From one person to another.

~From hand to mouth~, Precariously, as want requires, by spending the
wages of to-day for to-day's necessities.

~Front~, _n._ ~1.~ Forehead, brow.

~2.~ Van, fore-rank.

~3.~ Forepart, forward part.

~Front~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Face, stand over against, stand opposite to.

~2.~ Confront, encounter, oppose, meet face to face.

~Front~, _v. n._ Face, be opposite.

~Frontal~, _n._ Frontlet, brow-band.

~Frontier~, _n._ Confine, border, boundary, COAST, marches, limits.

~Frontier~, _a._ Conterminous, bordering.

~Frontlet~, _n._ Frontal, brow-band.

~Frost~, _n._ Rime, hoar-frost, frozen dew.

~Frost~, _v. a._ Ice, cover with frosting.

~Frost-fish~, _n._ Tom-cod (_Morrhua pruinosa_).

~Frosting~, _n._ Icing, concreted sugar (_for coating cake_).

~Frost-weed~, _n._ FROST-WORT.

~Frost-wort~, _n._ Frost-weed, rock-rose (_Helianthemum Canadensis_).

~Frosty~, _a._ ~1.~ Cold, icy, wintry.

~2.~ White, gray-haired.

~Froth~, _n._ Spume, foam.

~Froth-spit~, _n._ Cuckoo-spittle.

~Frothworm~, _n._ Froghopper.

~Frothy~, _a._ ~1.~ Foamy, spumy.

~2.~ Trifling, light, empty, trivial, vain, frivolous, unsubstantial.

~Froward~, _a._ Fractious, perverse, refractory, untoward, unyielding,
ungovernable, disobedient, wayward, peevish, petulant, cross.

~Frown~, _v. n._ Scowl, look stern.

~Frown~, _n._ Scowl, stern look.

~Frowzy~, _a._ ~1.~ [_Low._] Fetid, rank, noisome, slinking,
offensive, ill-scented, strong-smelling.

~2.~ Rough and tangled (_as the hair_).

~Fructify~, _v. a._ Fertilize, make fruitful.

~Frugal~, _a._ Provident, economical, saving, sparing, choice, chary,
careful, thrifty; not profuse, prodigal, or lavish.

~Frugality~, _n._ Economy, thrift, thriftiness, good husbandry.

~Fruit~, _n._ ~1.~ Produce (_of the earth for the supply of man and
animals_), harvest, crop.

~2.~ Product, result, consequence, effect.

~3.~ Offspring, issue, young.

~4.~ (_Bot._) Matured ovary.

~Fruitful~, _a._ ~1.~ Productive, abounding in fruit.

~2.~ Prolific, fertile, fecund, not barren.

~3.~ Plentiful, plenteous, abundant, rich.

~Fruition~, _n._ Enjoyment (_in the possession or the use of any
thing_).

~Fruitless~, _a._ ~1.~ Unfruitful, unproductive, barren, sterile,
unprolific, unfertile, infecund, addle, ACARPOUS.

~2.~ Useless, unavailing, bootless, profitless, ineffectual,
unprofitable, vain, idle, futile, abortive, without avail.

~Frush~, _n._ (_Farriery._) ~1.~ Frog (_of a horse's foot_).

~2.~ Thrush (_disease of the frog_).

~Frustrate~, _v. a._ Defeat, disappoint, balk, foil, baffle,
disconcert, bring to nought.

~Frustrate~, _a._ Vain, useless, ineffectual, frustrated, of no effect.

~Frustration~, _n._ Disappointment, defeat.

~Fry~, _n._ Small fishes, swarm of little fishes, small fry.

~Fuddle~, _v. a._ Intoxicate, inebriate, muddle, make drunk.

~Fuddled~, _a._ Drunk, intoxicated, inebriated, muddled, corned,
tipsy, crapulous, GROGGY, boozy, tight, high, SLEWED, muzzy, NAPPY,
disguised, mellow, in liquor, HALF SEAS OVER, in one's cups, the worse
for liquor, three sheets in the wind, has had a drop too much.

~Fudge~, _interj._ Nonsense, FIDDLE-DE-DEE, stuff, moonshine.

~Fudge~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Nonsense, stuff, moonshine, balderdash,
twaddle.

~Fuel~, _n._ Firing.

~Fugacious~, _a._ Transitory, transient, evanescent, fleeting, FUGITIVE.

~Fugitive~, _a._ ~1.~ Fleeing, flying, escaping.

~2.~ Transitory, transient, evanescent, fleeting, flying, fugacious,
flitting, passing, momentary, short, brief, temporal, ephemeral, short-
lived.

~Fugitive~, _n._ Runaway, deserter.

~Fugleman~, _n._ File-leader, leader, director, flugelman.

~Fulcrum~, _n._ Support (_of a lever_), prop.

~Fulfil~, _v. a._ [Written also _Fulfill_.] ~1.~ Accomplish, complete,
effectuate, realize, effect, execute, bring to pass.

~2.~ Observe, perform, discharge, keep, meet, satisfy, answer, adhere
to, comply with, be faithful to.

~Fulfilment~, _n._ [Written also _Fulfillment_.] ~1.~ Accomplishment,
realization, execution, completion, consummation.

~2.~ Performance, discharge.

~Fulgurite~, _n._ Thunder-tube.

~Fuliginous~, _a._ ~1.~ Sooty, smoky, fumy.

~2.~ Dusky, dark.

~Full~, _a._ ~1.~ Filled, replete.

~2.~ Abounding, well stocked or provided.

~3.~ Satiated, sated, glutted, cloyed, saturated.

~4.~ Complete, entire, perfect.

~5.~ Abundant, plentiful, copious, plenteous, sufficient, ample.

~6.~ Loud, deep, strong, clear, distinct.

~7.~ Comprehensive, capacious, broad, large, extensive.

~Full~, _ad._ ~1.~ Quite, to the same degree.

~2.~ Completely, fully.

~3.~ Exactly, precisely, directly.

~Full~, _v. a._ Thicken and cleanse (_cloth_).

~Full-drive~, _ad._ [_Colloquial._] At a furious rate, as fast as
possible.

~Fuller's thistle~, _n._ Teasel.

~Fuller's weed~, _n._ Teasel.

~Fully~, _ad._ Completely, entirely, abundantly, largely, full, to the
full.

~Fulminate~, _v. n._ Explode, detonate.

~Fulminate~, _v. a._ Utter with a menace, proclaim with denunciation.

~Fulminate~, _v. n._Utter, threaten (_as by ecclesiastical
authority_), hurl denunciations.

~Fulmination~, _n._ ~1.~ Denunciation, threatening, anathema, ban,
curse, malediction.

~2.~ Explosion, detonation.

~Fulness~, _a._ Plenitude, completeness, copiousness, repletion,
abundance, profusion, affluence, plenty.

~Fulsome~, _a._ Nauseous, offensive, disgusting, loathsome, revolting,
repulsive, sickening, rank, gross.

~Fulvid~, _a._ Fulvous.

~Fulvous~, _a._ Yellow, tawny, fulvid, yellowish-brown, dull yellow.

~Fumble~, _v. n._ Feel about (_awkwardly or childishly_), make awkward
attempts.

~Fumbler~, _n._ Bungler, lubber, lout.

~Fume~, _n._ Smoke, vapor, steam, exhalation, effluvium, reek.

~Fume~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Smoke, reek, emit vapor, throw off vapor.

~2.~ Rage, rave, fret, bluster, storm, chafe, flare up, be in a
passion, be in a rage, get mad, fly off at a tangent.

~Fumigate~, _v. a._ Smoke, expose to smoke, cleanse by smoke.

~Fumy~, _a._ Smoky, fuliginous.

~Fun~, _n._ Pleasantry, drollery, sport, merriment, frolic, gayety.

~Funambulate~, _v. n._ Walk on a rope.

~Funambulist~, _n._ Rope-dancer, acrobat.

~Function~, _n._ ~1.~ Performance, execution, discharge, exercise.

~2.~ Province, business, office, duty, employment, occupation, part.

~Functionary~, _n._ Office-holder, incumbent of an office.

~Fund~, _n._ ~1.~ Stock, capital.

~2.~ Store, supply.

~Fundament~, _n._ Bottom, seat.

~Fundamental~, _a._ Essential, primary, important, indispensable,
radical, constitutional, organic.

~Fundamental~, _n._ Leading principle, essential part.

~Funeral~, _n._ ~1.~ Burial, interment.

~2.~ Obsequies, exequies, funeral solemnities, funeral rites.

~Funereal~, _a._ Dark, dismal, mournful, sombre, sad, woful, gloomy,
lugubrious, melancholy, sepulchral, suitable to a funeral.

~Fungosity~, _n._ Excrescence, fungus.

~Fungous~, _a._ Excrescent, fungus-like, spongy.

~Fungus~, _n._ ~1.~ Spongy excrescence.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Flowerless plant (_as the mushroom, toadstool, &c._),
cryptogamous plant.

~Funicle~, _n._ Fibre, filament, small cord, small ligature.

~Funk~, _n._ [_Low._] Stink, stench, fetor, bad odor, offensive smell.

~Funk~, _v. n._ [_Low._] ~1.~ Stink, emit a bad odor, emit a stench.

~2.~ Shrink back, be in fear, be frightened.

~Funnel~, _n._ ~1.~ Tunnel.

~2.~ Chimney-flue.

~3.~ Stove-pipe.

~Funny~, _a._ Comical, droll, farcical, ludicrous, sportive, humorous,
laughable, diverting, amusing.

~Furbelow~, _n._ Flounce, frill.

~Furbish~, _v. a._ Burnish, polish.

~Furcate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Forked, fork-shaped.

~Furcated~, _a._ (_Bot._) Forked, fork-shaped.

~Furfuraceous~, _a._ Scurfy, branny, scaly, scabby, lentiginous.

~Furious~, _a._ ~1.~ Raging, frantic, infuriated, frenzied, mad,
violent, fierce, very angry.

~2.~ Vehement, impetuous, tempestuous, stormy, boisterous, tumultuous,
turbulent.

~Furlong~, _n._ Forty rods, poles, or perches; eighth of a mile.

~Furlough~, _n._ Leave of absence.

~Furnish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ provide, supply, equip, fit out, fit up.

~2.~ Give, bestow, present, contribute, afford.

~Furniture~, _n._ ~1.~ Movables, chattels, effects, goods.

~2.~ Appendages, apparatus.

~3.~ Equipage, ornaments, decorations, embellishments.

~Furor~, _n._ [L.] Fury, rage, madness.

~Furrow~, _n._ ~1.~ Trench (_made by a plough_).

~2.~ Channel, groove, fluting, chamfer.

~Furrow~, _v. a._ Hollow, cut in furrows.

~Further~, _a._ ~1.~ Farther, more remote (_from the starting point_),
more in advance.

~2.~ Additional.

~Further~, _ad._ ~1.~ Farther, more remotely, more in advance, to a
greater distance (_from the starting point_).

~2.~ Farther, moreover, besides, furthermore.

~Furtherance~, _n._ Promotion, advancement, helping forward.

~Furthermore~, _ad._ Moreover, besides, furthermore.

~Furthest~, _a._ Farthest, remotest, most remote.

~Furthest~, _ad._ Farthest, to or at the greatest distance.

~Furtive~, _a._ Stolen, stealthy, surreptitious, clandestine, secret,
sly.

~Furuncle~, _n._ Boil.

~Fury~, _n._ ~1.~ Rage, frenzy, madness, FUROR, violent anger.

~2.~ Impetuosity, vehemence.

~3.~ Goddess of Vengeance.

~4.~ Vixen, virago, hag, shrew, termagant, beldam, Xantippe, turbulent
woman.

~Furze~, _n._ Gorse, goss, whin (_Ulex Europœus_).

~Furze-chat~, _n._ Whinchat (_Saxicola rubetra_).

~Furzy~, _a._ Gorzy.

~Fuse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Melt, liquefy (_by heat_), smelt.

~2.~ Amalgamate, blend together, make homogeneous.

~Fuse~, _v. n._ Melt, be fused.

~Fusel-oil~, _n._ Hydrate of amyle, grain oil, potato-spirit oil, oil
of grain, corn-spirit oil.

~Fusiform~, _a._ Spindle-shaped.

~Fusion~, _n._ ~1.~ Liquefaction (_by heat_), melting.

~2.~ Amalgamation, blending together, making homogeneous.

~Fuss~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Ado, bustle, fidget, hurry, worry,
flurry, stir, excitement, agitation, PUCKER, much ado about trifles,
or about nothing.

~Fuss~, _v. n._ [_Colloquial._] Bustle, be in a fidget, be in a stew,
be in a pucker, make much ado about trifles or about nothing.

~Fussy~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Bustling, fidgety, busy about trifles.

~Fust~, _n._ Mustiness, mould, mildew.

~Fustian~, _n._ Bombast, nonsense, rant, rhodomontade, inflated style,
swelling or pompous phraseology.

~Fusty~, _a._ Musty, mouldy.

~Futile~, _a._ ~1.~ Trifling, frivolous, trivial.

~2.~ Worthless, valueless, profitless, fruitless, bootless, vain,
idle, unprofitable.

~Futility~, _n._ ~1.~ Triviality, frivolousness.

~2.~ Uselessness, worthlessness, vanity.

~Future~, _n._ Futurity, time to come.

~Future~, _a._ ~1.~ Coming, to come, yet to be, that will be.

~2.~ (_Gram._) Denoting futurity.

~Futurity~, _n._ Future, future time, time to come.



G


~Gab~, _n._ (_Low._) Prate, prattle, gabble, idle talk.

~Gabble~, _v. n._ Prate, prattle, babble, chatter, jabber, talk idly,
rattle on.

~Gabble~, _n._ Prate, prattle, chatter, clack, cackle, gossip,
palaver, gab, idle talk, small talk.

~Gabbler~, _n._ Prater, prattler, babbler, chatterer, tattler, gossip,
gadabout, rattle-head, gadder, idle talker.

~Gad~, _v. n._ Rove about idly, ramble without definite purpose.

~Gadder~, _n._ Gossip, tattler, babbler, chatterer, gabbler, prattler,
prater, idle talker.

~Gadabout~, _n._ Gossip, tattler, babbler, chatterer, gabbler,
prattler, prater, idle talker.

~Gadfly~, _n._ Breese, horsefly.

~Gael~, _n._ ~1.~ Scotch Celt, Scotch Highlander.

~2.~ Irish Celt.

~Gaffer~, _n._ ~1.~ Goodman.

~2.~ Old rustic, old fellow.

~Gaffle~, _n._ Artificial spur (_for fighting cocks_).

~Gag~, _v. a._ Silence, stifle, muzzle, muffle.

~Gag~, _v. n._ Keck, retch.

~Gage~, _n._ ~1.~ Pawn, pledge, security.

~2.~ Challenge.

~Gage~, _v. a._ Pawn, impawn, pledge, give as security.

~Gain~, _n._ Profit, advantage, benefit, emolument, lucre.

~Gain~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Get, (_by effort_), acquire, obtain, procure,
achieve, secure, carry, win, earn, get possession of.

~2.~ Conciliate, persuade, enlist, get the good will of, prevail upon,
bring over, win over, gain over.

~3.~ Reach, attain, arrive at.

~Gain ground~, Increase, advance, prevail, make progress.

~Gainful~, _a._ ~1.~ Advantageous, profitable, beneficial.

~2.~ Lucrative, remunerative, productive, paying.

~Gain on~, ~1.~ Obtain influence with, win the favor of.

~2.~ Gain ground upon, gain upon.

~3.~ Get the advantage of, get the better of.

~Gain over~, Gain, enlist, persuade, conciliate, win over, bring over,
prevail upon.

~Gainsay~, _v. a._ Contradict, deny, controvert, dispute.

~Gain upon~, GAIN ON.

~Gairish~, _a._ [Written also _Garish_.] Glaring, flaunting, showy,
gaudy, tawdry, flashy, gay, FINE, airy.

~Gait~, _n._ Carriage, walk, manner of walking.

~Gala-day~, _n._ Holiday, day of festivity, day of rejoicing.

~Galaxy~, _n._ ~1.~ Milky Way.

~2.~ Splendid assemblage.

~Gale~, _n._ ~1.~ Breeze, current of air.

~2.~ Hurricane, tempest, storm.

~Galena~, _n._ Native sulphuret of lead.

~Gall~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Anat._) Bile.

~2.~ Bitterness, rancor, spite, malice, maliciousness, malignity.

~3.~ Nutgall, gall-nut.

~Gall~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Chafe, fret, excoriate, hurt by rubbing.

~2.~ Provoke, vex, irritate, tease, exasperate, incense, affront,
harass, annoy, plague.

~Gallant~, _a._ ~1.~ Gay, showy, fine, splendid, magnificent, well-
dressed.

~2.~ Courageous, brave, valiant, intrepid, valorous, heroic,
chivalrous, fearless, bold, game, daring, high-spirited.

~Gallant~, _n._ ~1.~ Beau, spark.

~2.~ Suitor, wooer, lover.

~3.~ Paramour.

~Gallant~, _v. a._ Wait on (_ladies_), be attentive to.

~Gallantry~, _n._ ~1.~ Bravery, courage, valor, intrepidity, prowess,
heroism, boldness, fearlessness, chivalry, contempt of danger.

~2.~ Courtesy, politeness, polite attention (_to ladies_).

~Gallery~, _n._ ~1.~ Corridor, passage.

~2.~ Collection of works of art.

~Galley~, _n._ Cook-room (_of a ship_), caboose.

~Gall-fly~, _n._ Gall-insect, Cynips.

~Gallic~, _a._ French.

~Gallican~, _a._ French.

~Gallicism~, _n._ French idiom.

~Gallimanfry~, _n._ ~1.~ Olio, ragout, hash.

~2.~ Medley, farrago, jumble, miscellany, salmagundi, hotch-potch,
hodge-podge, confused mixture.

~Gall-insect~, _n._ Gall-fly, Cynips.

~Gallinule~, _n._ Water-hen, moor-hen, spotted crake (_Orex porzana_).

~Gallipot~, _n._ Frankincense, Burgundy pitch.

~Gall-nut~, _n._ Nutgall, gall.

~Gallon~, _n._ Four quarts.

~Gallop~, _v. n._ Canter.

~Gallowses~, _n. pl._ Suspenders, braces.

~Gall-stone~, _n._ Calculus, bile-stone.

~Galvanism~, _n._ Voltaic electricity, galvanic electricity, chemico-
electricity, dynamic electricity.

~Gambier~, _n._ Catechu, cutch, Terra Japonica, Japan earth.

~Gamble~, _v. n._ Game, play for money, practise gaming.

~Gambler~, _n._ Gamester, blackleg.

~Gambling~, _n._ Gaming, playing for money.

~Gambol~, _v. n._ Frisk, frolic, romp, caper, cut capers, leap, hop or
skip (_in sport_).

~Gambol~, _n._ Frolic, prank, escapade, skip, hop, caper, romp.

~Gambrel-roof~, _n._ [_U. S._] Curb-roof, mansard-roof.

~Game~, _n._ ~1.~ Sport, play, amusement, pastime.

~2.~ Plan, scheme, enterprise, adventure, undertaking, measure.

~3.~ Animals of the chase.

~4.~ Quarry, prey.

~Game~, _a._ Courageous, brave, resolute, unflinching, fearless,
valorous, chivalrous, dauntless, intrepid, gallant, heroic.

~Game~, _v. n._ Gamble, play for money.

~Game-leg~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Lame leg.

~Gamesome~, _a._ Gay, sportive, vivacious, sprightly, frolicsome,
playful, lively, frisky, full of frolic.

~Gamester~, _n._ Gambler.

~Gamin~, _n._ [Fr.] Idle boy, blackguard boy.

~Gaming~, _n._ Gambling, playing for money.

~Gammer~, _n._ Goody, good woman, good wife.

~Gammon~, _n._ Imposition, CHEAT, hoax, humbug.

~Gammon~, _v. a._ Deceive, cheat, humbug, hoax, chouse, trick, dupe,
gull, cozen, overreach, outwit, bamboozle, circumvent, delude, diddle,
beguile, mislead, inveigle, impose upon.

~Gamut~, _n._ Scale.

~Gander~, _n._ Male goose.

~Gang~, _n._ Company, crew, band, horde, party, set, CLIQUE, COTERIE,
CABAL.

~Gangrene~, _n._ Mortification.

~Gangrene~, _v. a._ Mortify.

~Gangrene~, _v. n._ Mortify, be mortified, lose vitality.

~Gangue~, _n._ Matrix (_of an ore_).

~Gangway~, _n._ Passage-way.

~Gannet~, _n._ Booby, noddy, Solan goose.

~Gaol~, _n._ [Written also and usually _Jail_.] Prison.

~Gap~, _n._ Cleft, crevice, opening, chink, cranny, crack, interstice,
breach, rift, break, hiatus.

~Gape~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Yawn.

~2.~ Open the mouth (_as in staring_).

~3.~ Open, dehisce, be opened, be separated.

~Garb~, _n._ Dress, clothes, habit, apparel, garments, vesture,
raiment, attire, habiliment, costume.

~Garbage~, _n._ Refuse (_of flesh_), offal.

~Garble~, _v. a._ Mutilate (_a quotation_), falsify, pervert, corrupt,
misrepresent, misquote.

~Gar-fish~, _n._ Greenbone, horn-fish, sea-needle, gar-pike, sea-pike,
long-nose, gore-bill, sword-fish, mackerel-guide, snook (_Esox belone_
or _Belone vulgaris_).

~Garget~, _n._ (_Bot._) Poke, poke-weed, pigeon-berry (_Phytolacca
decandra_).

~Garish~, _a._ [Written also _Gairish_.] Flaunting, glaring, showy,
gaudy, tawdry, flashy, gay, FINE, airy.

~Garland~, _n._ Wreath, chaplet, crown, coronal, bays.

~Garment~, _n._ Dress, article of clothing.

~Garner~, _n._ Granary.

~Garner~, _v. a._ Gather (_for preservation_), store, hoard, deposit,
save, husband, reserve, collect, garner up, treasure up, lay in, lay
up, lay by, set by.

~Garner up~, Garner, gather, collect.

~Garnish~, _v. a._ Adorn, decorate, embellish, deck, beautify, grace.

~Garniture~, _n._ Embellishment, decoration, ornament.

~Gar-pike~, _n._ GAR-FISH.

~Garret~, _n._ Attic, loft, cock-loft, upper story.

~Garrulity~, _n._ Loquacity, loquaciousness, babble, babbling,
talkativeness.

~Garrulous~, _a._ Loquacious, talkative, prattling, babbling.

~Gas~, _n._ Aeriform fluid.

~Gasconade~, _n._ Boast, brag, vaunt, bravado, vaporing, great cry and
little wool.

~Gasconade~, _v. n._ Boast, brag, vaunt, swagger, bluster, vapor.

~Gasconader~, _n._ Boaster, braggart, blusterer, BLATHERSKITE.

~Gash~, _v. a._ Cut deeply.

~Gash~, _n._ Deep cut, gaping wound.

~Gas-holder~, _n._ Gasometer.

~Gas-meter~, _n._ Gasometer.

~Gasometer~, _n._ ~1.~ Gas-meter.

~2.~ Gas-holder.

~Gasp~, _v. n._ Pant, puff, blow.

~Gassy~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Inflated, bombastic, pompous.

~Gas-tar~, _n._ Coal-tar.

~Gastric~, _a._ Of the stomach.

~Gastronome~, _n._ Epicure, glutton.

~Gastronomer~, _n._ Epicure, glutton.

~Gastroscopy~, _n._ (_Med._) Abdominoscopy.

~Gather~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Collect, muster, assemble, congregate, bring
together, draw together.

~2.~ Accumulate, amass, hoard, heap up, gather up.

~3.~ Pluck, crop, pick, cull, reap, glean.

~4.~ Infer, deduce, conclude.

~5.~ Plait, pucker.

~Gather~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Muster, congregate, come together.

~2.~ Collect, increase, thicken, be condensed.

~Gathering~, _n._ ~1.~ Acquisition, collecting, procuring, earning,
gain.

~2.~ Assemblage, assembly, company, meeting, collection, concourse,
congregation, muster.

~3.~ Abscess, sore, ulcer, fester, imposthume, pustule.

~Gaud~, _n._ Trinket, gewgaw, bawble, trifle, toy, worthless piece of
finery.

~Gaudy~, _a._ Showy, gay, flashy, dressy, tawdry, finical, glittering,
flaunting, gairish.

~Gauge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Measure (_a cask, &c._), find the contents of.

~2.~ Measure (_as to ability_), estimate.

~Gauge~, _n._ Measure.

~Gaunt~, _a._ Lean, thin, lank, emaciated, meagre, slender, spare,
attenuated.

~Gavel~, _n._ Mallet (_of a presiding officer_).

~Gawky~, _a._ Awkward, ungainly, clownish, boorish, rustic, clumsy,
raw, green, uncouth, ungainly, loutish.

~Gawky~, _n._ Clown, boor, lout, bumpkin, awkward fellow.

~Gay~, _a._ ~1.~ Showy, gaudy, flashy, finical, tawdry, flaunting,
gairish, dashing.

~2.~ Merry, lively, cheerful, gleeful, jovial, sprightly, blithe,
blithesome, airy, sportive, frolicsome, gladsome, jolly, buxom,
vivacious, hilarious, light-hearted.

~Gayety~, _n._ ~1.~ Show, gaudiness, finery, tawdriness.

~2.~ Liveliness, cheerfulness, joyousness, joviality, sprightliness,
mirth, blithesomeness, merriment, glee, hilarity, jollity, vivacity,
animation, good humor, high spirits.

~Gaze~, _v. n._ Stare, gloat, look intently.

~Gaze~, _n._ Stare, intent look, fixed look.

~Gazette~, _n._ Newspaper.

~Gazetteer~, _n._ Geographical dictionary.

~Gear~, _n._ ~1.~ APPAREL, dress, furniture, accoutrements, ornaments,
TOGGERY.

~2.~ Harness, caparison, rigging, trappings, equipments.

~3.~ Gearing, toothed wheels, series of cog-wheels.

~Gearing~, _n._ GEAR, toothed wheels.

~Geld~, _v. a._ Castrate, emasculate, glib, deprive of virility.

~Gelder-rose~, _n._ Snow-ball tree.

~Gelding~, _n._ Castrated animal.

~Gelid~, _a._ [_Rare._] Very cold.

~Gelidity~, _n._ Extreme cold.

~Gem~, _n._ ~1.~ Jewel, precious stone.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Bud, germ.

~Gem~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Adorn with gems.

~2.~ Embellish, bespangle.

~Geminate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Doubled, twin, in pairs.

~Gemini~, _n. pl._ [L.] (_Astron._) Twins.

~Gemmule~, _n._ (_Bot._) Small bud.

~Genealogy~, _n._ ~1.~ Pedigree, list of ancestors.

~2.~ Descent, derivation.

~General~, _a._ ~1.~ Of the whole (_genus, class, &c._), catholic, not
partial, not special, not particular.

~2.~ ECUMENICAL.

~3.~ Common, usual.

~4.~ Vague, indefinite, lax.

~General~, _n._ ~1.~ Whole, total.

~2.~ (_Mil._) Commander-in-chief, generalissimo, captain-general.

~Generalissimo~, _n._ Commander-in-chief, general, captain-general.

~Generality~, _n._ ~1.~ Universality.

~2.~ Bulk, mass, greater part, main body, common run.

~Generally~, _ad._ ~1.~ Commonly, usually, in general, in the usual
course of things, as the world goes.

~2.~ In the main, without particularizing, without details.

~Generate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Beget, procreate, engender, breed, propagate.

~2.~ Produce, form, make.

~Generation~, _n._ ~1.~ Procreation.

~2.~ Production, formation.

~3.~ Progeny, offspring, succession of descendants.

~4.~ Family, stock, race, breed.

~Generosity~, _n._ ~1.~ Nobleness, disinterestedness, magnanimity,
high-mindedness.

~2.~ Liberality, bounty, bounteousness, bountifulness, charity,
munificence.

~Generous~, _a._ ~1.~ Noble, magnanimous, honorable, high-minded.

~2.~ Liberal, bountiful, beneficent, munificent, charitable, open-
handed, free-hearted.

~Geneva~, _n._ Gin.

~Genial~, _a._ ~1.~ Fostering, cheering, enlivening, inspiriting,
encouraging.

~2.~ Cordial, hearty.

~3.~ Cheerful, pleasant, merry, mirthful, jovial.

~Genitals~, _n. pl._ Sexual organs, private parts.

~Genitive~, _a._ Possessive.

~Genius~, _n._ ~1.~ Bent, turn, aptitude, aptness, capacity, faculty,
endowment, talent, gift.

~2.~ Invention, ingenuity, intellect, sagacity, brains, parts, wit,
mother-wit, inspiration, creative power, power of invention.

~3.~ Adept, proficient, master, master-hand, man of genius.

~4.~ Nature, character, disposition, peculiar constitution,
characteristic quality.

~5.~ Spirit, demon, tutelary deity.

~Genteel~, _a._ ~1.~ Refined, polite, courteous, polished, civil, well-
bred, gentlemanly or lady-like.

~2.~ Fashionable, stylish, elegant (_in dress, style of living, &c._).

~Gentile~, _n._ Pagan, heathen, worshipper of false gods.

~Gentility~, _n._ Politeness, courtesy, urbanity, good breeding, good
behavior, refinement of manners.

~Gentle~, _a._ ~1.~ Mild, bland, moderate, clement, lenient, merciful,
kind, tender, compassionate, indulgent, meek, soft, humane, of a sweet
disposition, not rough, not harsh.

~2.~ Tame, docile, peaceable, quiet, tractable, pacific, dove-like,
not wild, not refractory.

~Gentle-folk~, _n. pl._ People of good family and good breeding.

~Gentle-folks~, _n. pl._ People of good family and good breeding.

~Gentleman~, _n._ ~1.~ [_England._] Man of good family (_above the
rank of yeoman_).

~2.~ Man of good breeding, well-mannered man, refined or polished man.

~Gentlemanly~, _a._ Polite, courteous, civil, refined, urbane,
genteel, well-bred.

~Gentlemanlike~, _a._ Polite, courteous, civil, refined, urbane,
genteel, well-bred.

~Gentry~, _n._ [_England._] Middle class (_between the nobility and
the vulgar_).

~Genuine~, _a._ ~1.~ Pure, uncorrupt, unalloyed, unadulterated, true,
real, veritable, authentic, not spurious, not false, not fictitious,
not apochryphal, what it purports to be.

~2.~ Native, unaffected, sincere.

~Genus~, _n._ Group (_subordinate to a class, tribe, or order_),
assemblage of species.

~Geodesy~, _n._ Land-surveying (_on a large scale, as when the
curvature of the earth is taken into account_).

~Geometer~, _n._ Geometrician.

~Geometrician~, _n._ Geometer.

~Geoponic~, _a._ Agricultural.

~Geoponical~, _a._ Agricultural.

~Geoponics~, _n. pl._ Agriculture, rural economy.

~Georgium Sidus~, [L.] (_Astron._) Uranus, Herschel.

~Geranium~, _n._ Cranesbill.

~Germ~, _n._ ~1.~ Ovary, embryo, seed-bud, young bud.

~2.~ Origin, first principle.

~Germane~, _a._ ~1.~ Related, akin, allied.

~2.~ Relevant, pertinent, apposite, appropriate, suitable, fitting, to
the purpose, to the point.

~German-silver~, _n._ Packfong, white copper.

~German-tinder~, _n._ Punk, spunk, amadou.

~Germinate~, _v. n._ Sprout, shoot, vegetate, bud, push, pullulate,
put forth, burst forth, spring up, begin to vegetate.

~Gestation~, _n._ Pregnancy.

~Gestic~, _a._ Legendary, traditional, historical.

~Gesticulate~, _v. n._ Make gestures.

~Gesticulation~, _n._ GESTURE.

~Gesture~, _n._ Action (_accompanying oral utterance_), gesticulation.

~Get~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Procure, obtain, acquire, gain, win, earn,
achieve, realize, secure, come by.

~2.~ Learn, memorize, commit to memory, get by heart.

~3.~ Beget, generate, engender, procreate, breed.

~4.~ Procure or cause to be.

~5.~ Persuade, induce, dispose, influence, prevail upon.

~6.~ Have, have possession of.

~Get ahead~, Proceed, progress, advance, get on, get forward, get along.

~Get along~, Proceed, GET AHEAD.

~Get among~, Come among, come into the company of.

~Get asleep~, Go to sleep, fall asleep.

~Get at~, ~1.~ Discover, determine, find out.

~2.~ Reach, make way to.

~Get away~, Depart, go away.

~Get away from~, Quit, leave, disengage one's self from.

~Get back~, Return.

~Get before~, Come in front of.

~Get behind~, ~1.~ Lag, fall in the rear.

~2.~ Take a position behind.

~Get between~, Come between.

~Get by heart~, Memorize, learn, learn by heart, commit to memory.

~Get clear~, Be released, disengage one's self, get free, get loose,
get off.

~Get down~, Descend, come down.

~Get drunk~, Become intoxicated.

~Get forward~, Proceed, progress, advance, get along, get ahead, get on.

~Get free~, Be released, get clear, get loose, get off.

~Get head~, Gain strength, make progress.

~Get home~, Reach one's home.

~Get in~, (_Active._) Put under cover, gather into a storehouse.

~Get in~, (_Neuter._) Come in, pass in.

~Get into~, ~1.~ Mount, climb into.

~2.~ Be admitted into.

~Get into a mess~ Get into difficulty, GET INTO HOT WATER.

~Get into a muss~ Get into difficulty, GET INTO HOT WATER.

~Get into hot water~, Get into difficulty, get into trouble, get into
a mess, get into a muss, fish in troubled waters.

~Get loose~, Disengage one's self, get free, get clear, get off, be
released.

~Get near~, Come near.

~Get off~, ~1.~ Escape, get clear, get free.

~2.~ Depart, go away.

~3.~ Alight from, descend from.

~Get on~, (_Active._) Put on, draw on.

~Get on~, (_Neuter._) Proceed, progress, advance, get along, get
ahead, get forward.

~Get out~, ~1.~ Come out.

~2.~ Be extricated.

~Get over~, ~1.~ Climb over.

~2.~ Surmount, conquer, overcome.

~3.~ Recover from.

~Get quit of~, Be freed from, get rid of.

~Get rid of~, ~1.~ Dispose of, shift off, cast off.

~2.~ Be freed from, be relieved from, get clear of, get quit of.

~Get thee gone~, Depart, go away, haste away.

~Get the hang of~, Understand, comprehend, get acquainted with, get
accustomed to, get used to, become familiar with, see into, know all
about.

~Get the start~, Be first, be ahead at the start.

~Get the start of~, Be ahead of, have the advantage of in the outset.

~Get through~, ~1.~ Pass through, go through.

~2.~ Accomplish, finish.

~Getting~, _n._ Acquisition, acquirement.

~Get together~, (_Active._) Collect, assemble, muster, convene.

~Get together~, (_Neuter._) Meet, convene.

~Get up~, (_Active._) ~1.~ Prepare, make ready.

~2.~ Print and publish.

~Get up~, (_Neuter._) ~1.~ Arise, rise.

~2.~ Ascend, climb.

~Gewgaw~, _n._ Bawble, trifle, trinket, toy, plaything, gaud,
worthless piece of finery.

~Geyser~, _n._ Boiling spring.

~Ghastly~, _a._ ~1.~ Pale, wan, cadaverous, death-like.

~2.~ Dismal, hideous, grim, horrible, frightful, shocking.

~Ghost~, _n._ ~1.~ Spirit, soul.

~2.~ Apparition, spectre, sprite, phantom, shade, GOBLIN, hobgoblin.

~Ghostly~, _a._ ~1.~ Spiritual, of the soul.

~2.~ Spectral, phantom-like.

~Giant~, _n._ Monster, Cyclops, Colossus, Hercules, huge man.

~Giant~, _a._ Huge, GIGANTIC.

~Gibbering~, _n._ Jargon, gabble, jabber, idle talk, empty babble,
empty sound.

~Gibberish~, _n._ Jargon, gabble, jabber, idle talk, empty babble,
empty sound.

~Gibbet~, _n._ Gallows.

~Gibbet~, _v. a._ Hang on a gallows.

~Gibble-gabble~, _n._ Prate, prattle, GABBLE.

~Gibbon~, _n._ Hylobate, long-armed ape.

~Gibbosity~, _n._ Convexity, protuberance, gibbousness.

~Gibbous~, _a._ Convex, protuberant, swelling, rounded.

~Gibbousness~, _n._ GIBBOSITY.

~Gibe~, _v. n._ Sneer, scoff, jeer, fleer, flout.

~Gibe~, _v. a._ Flout, taunt, deride, ridicule, jeer, twit, scoff at,
sneer at, jeer at.

~Gibe~, _n._ Sneer, scoff, taunt, flout, biting jest.

~Giddiness~, _n._ Vertigo, dizziness, swimming of the head.

~Giddy~, _a._ ~1.~ Vertiginous, dizzy.

~2.~ Changeable, fickle, inconstant, unsteady, mutable, unstable,
irresolute.

~3.~ Careless, heedless, thoughtless, wild, reckless, headlong,
flighty, hair-brained, giddy-brained, light-headed.

~Giddy-brained~, _a._ Hair-brained, heedless, giddy.

~Gift~, _n._ ~1.~ Donation, present, benefaction, boon, gratuity,
grant, offering, contribution, subscription, donative, largess,
SUBSIDY, allowance, endowment, bounty, bequest, legacy, dower, demise,
dotation, DOUCEUR.

~2.~ Talent, power, faculty, capability, capacity, ability, endowment,
genius, FORTE, turn.

~Gifted~, _a._ Talented, able, ingenious, sagacious, inventive,
intelligent.

~Gift of the gab~, [_Colloquial._] Fluency, volubility, glibness,
readiness of speech, command of language, facility of expression.

~Gigantic~, _a._ Huge, vast, enormous, colossal, prodigious,
Cyclopean, Herculean, giant, very large.

~Giggle~, _n._ Titter, silly laugh.

~Giggle~, _v. n._ Laugh (_in a silly manner_), TITTER, CACKLE, CHUCKLE.

~Gild~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Coat with gold-leaf.

~2.~ Adorn, brighten, make lustrous, make bright.

~Gill~, _n._ ~1.~ Quarter of a pint.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Alehoof, ground-ivy (_Nepeta glechoma_).

~Gimcrack~, _n._ Trifle, toy, knicknack, JIGGUMBOB, knack, trivial
piece of mechanism.

~Gin~, _n._ ~1.~ Geneva.

~2.~ Cotton-gin.

~3.~ Trap, snare, net, toils, noose, springe.

~Ginger-beer~, _n._ Ginger-pop.

~Gingerly~, _ad._ Cautiously, tenderly, carefully, daintily,
fastidiously.

~Ginger-pop~, _n._ Ginger-beer.

~Gingle~, _v. n._ [Written also _Jingle_.] Tinkle.

~Gingle~, _v. a._ Tinkle.

~Gingle~, _n._ Tinkle, gingling, gingling sound.

~Gingling~, _n._ GINGLE.

~Giraffe~, _n._ Camelopard.

~Girandole~, _n._ Chandelier.

~Girasole~, _n._ (_Bot._) Turnsole, heliotrope.

~Gird~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Girdle, bind round, bind with a girdle.

~2.~ Surround, encircle, encompass, enclose, environ, engird, begird.

~3.~ Clothe, invest, equip, furnish.

~Girdle~, _n._ Band (_for the waist_), belt, CESTUS, cincture.

~Girdle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Gird, bind round.

~2.~ Environ, encompass, surround, enclose, embrace, girt, shut in.

~Girdled~, _a._ Girded, cinctured, belted.

~Girl~, _n._ ~1.~ Lass, lassie, damsel, miss, maiden, maid, virgin,
young woman.

~2.~ [_U. S._] Maid-servant, servant-maid, servant-girl, female
domestic.

~Girt~, _n._ ~1.~ Belly-band.

~Girth~, _n._ ~1.~ Belly-band.

~2.~ Circumference, distance around.

~Girt~, _v. a._ Environ, encompass, GIRD.

~Gist~, _n._ Essence, pith, marrow, substance, main point.

~Give~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bestow (_voluntarily and without compensation_),
accord, CONFER.

~2.~ Furnish, supply, afford, spare, accommodate with.

~3.~ Impart, communicate.

~4.~ Pay, exchange.

~5.~ Permit, allow, vouchsafe, deign, GRANT.

~6.~ Utter, pronounce, render.

~7.~ Produce, yield, show as a product.

~8.~ Cause, occasion.

~9.~ Devote, apply, addict, give up.

~Give~, _v. n._ Yield (_to pressure_).

~Give a handle~, Furnish an occasion, give an opportunity.

~Give away~, Transfer (_without an equivalent_), make over gratis,
part with gratuitously.

~Give back~, Return, restore.

~Give chase~, Pursue, follow on.

~Give ear~, Listen, hear.

~Give in~, (_Active._) ~1.~ Hand in.

~2.~ Abate, deduct, discount.

~Give in~, (_Neuter._) Yield, surrender, give up, cry quits, cry
quarter.

~Give one's self up~, ~1.~ Resign one's self, devote one's self.

~2.~ Addict one's self, abandon one's self.

~Give one the lie~, Charge one with lying.

~Give one the lie in one's throat~, Charge one with lying outrageously.

~Give over~, ~1.~ Leave, quit, abandon, cease from.

~2.~ Consider hopeless, consider lost, give up.

~Give out~, (_Active._) ~1.~ Emit, send forth.

~2.~ Proclaim, announce, report, publish.

~Give out~, (_Neuter._) ~1.~ Fail, come short.

~2.~ Be exhausted, spend one's strength.

~Give place~, ~1.~ Withdraw, retire, recede, retreat, give way, make
room.

~2.~ Yield precedence.

~Give up~, (_Active._) ~1.~ Resign, relinquish, yield, surrender.

~2.~ Abandon, forsake, leave, quit, cease from, give over.

~3.~ Consider hopeless, consider lost, give over.

~Give up~, (_Neuter._) Yield, surrender, give in, cry quits, cry
quarter.

~Give up the ghost~, Die, expire, depart, decease, leave the world,
draw the last breath, cease to exist.

~Give way~, ~1.~ Withdraw, recede, retire, retreat, make room.

~2.~ Fail, break, be broken.

~3.~ (_Naut._) Row, bend to the oars.

~Giver~, _n._ Donor, bestower, disposer, DONATOR.

~Glacial~, _a._ ~1.~ Icy.

~2.~ Of glaciers.

~Glad~, _a._ ~1.~ Pleased, delighted, gratified, rejoiced, happy, well
contented.

~2.~ Cheerful, joyous, joyful, gladsome.

~3.~ Cheering, animating, gratifying, pleasing, exhilarating.

~Glad~, _v. a._ [_Poetical._] Delight, GLADDEN.

~Gladden~, _v. a._ Delight, cheer, gratify, rejoice, bless,
exhilarate, GLAD, make glad, please highly.

~Gladiate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Sword-shaped.

~Gladiator~, _n._ Sword-player, prizefighter (_in ancient Rome_).

~Gladness~, _n._ Joy, joyfulness, joyousness, happiness,
gratification, delight, pleasure.

~Gladsome~, _a._ Pleased, delighted, cheerful, joyful, joyous, glad,
gay, blithe, blithesome, gleeful, jovial, jolly, merry, lively,
jocund, airy, vivacious, sprightly, sportive, frolicsome, light-hearted.

~Glair~, _n._ White of an egg.

~Glamour~, _n._ Witchery (_applied to the eye so as to make things
seem to be what they are not_).

~Glance~, _n._ ~1.~ Glitter, gleam.

~2.~ Glimpse, transitory view, rapid look.

~Glance~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Glitter, gleam, shine.

~2.~ Flit, dart, snatch a momentary look.

~3.~ Dart aside, fly off obliquely.

~Glance at~, Take a glimpse at, look at cursorily.

~Glance-coal~, _n._ Anthracite, hard coal, blind coal, stone-coal, CULM.

~Glare~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Flare, dazzle, glitter, glisten, gleam, sparkle.

~2.~ Glower, look fierce, look black.

~Glare~, _n._ ~1.~ Glitter, flare, dazzling light.

~2.~ Fierce look.

~Glare ice~, Polished ice, smooth ice.

~Glaring~, _a._ ~1.~ Dazzling, glittering.

~2.~ Barefaced, notorious, conspicuous.

~Glasses~, _n. pl._ Spectacles.

~Glass-wort~, _n._ Salt-wort, marsh-samphire (_Salicornia herbacea_).

~Glassy~, _a._ ~1.~ Vitreous.

~2.~ Hyaline, crystal, crystalline.

~Glauber's-salt~, _n._ Sulphate of soda.

~Glaucous~, _a._ Sea-green.

~Glaze~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put glass in (_windows_), furnish with glass.

~2.~ Cover with a glassy substance.

~3.~ CALENDER, polish, gloss, burnish, furbish, give a glossy surface
to.

~Glaze~, _n._ Glazing, enamel.

~Glazing~, _n._ ~1.~ Setting glass.

~2.~ Calendering.

~3.~ Glaze, enamel.

~Gleam~, _n._ ~1.~ Ray, beam, glimmer, glimmering.

~2.~ Lustre, brightness, splendor.

~Gleam~, _v. n._ Glimmer, shine, glitter.

~Glean~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Gather (_after reapers_).

~2.~ Collect, cull, pick up.

~Glebe~, _n._ Soil, clod, sod, turf, ground.

~Glee~, _n._ Merriment, mirth, gayety, joviality, jollity,
exhilaration, liveliness, sportiveness, jocularity, hilarity.

~Glen~, _n._ Valley, vale, dale, dell, dingle.

~Glib~, _a._ ~1.~ Smooth, slippery.

~2.~ Voluble, fluent, ready, talkative, flippant, nimble of speech,
ready in speech, of a ready tongue.

~Glib~, _v. a._ Castrate, geld, emasculate, deprive of virility.

~Glide~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Slip, slide, move smoothly.

~2.~ Flow, lapse, run, roll on.

~Glide~, _n._ Lapse, slip, continuous motion.

~Glimmer~, _v. n._ Shine (_faintly_), gleam, glitter.

~Glimmer~, _n._ ~1.~ Gleam (_of faint, unsteady light_), ray, beam.

~Glimmering~, _n._ ~1.~ Gleam (_of faint, unsteady light_), ray, beam.

~2.~ Glimpse, glance, transitory view, faint view.

~Glimpse~, _n._ Glance, glimmering, GLINT, transitory view, rapid
look, momentary perception.

~Glint~, _n._ [_Scottish._] Glance, GLIMPSE.

~Glisten~, _v. n._ Sparkle, glitter, shine fitfully.

~Glister~, _v. n._ Sparkle, glitter, shine fitfully.

~Glitter~, _v. n._ Glisten, glister, sparkle, gleam, flare, glare,
make a splendid show.

~Glitter~, _n._ Sparkle, glister, lustre, brilliancy, splendor,
brightness, shine, radiance.

~Gloat~, _v. n._ Stare, gaze, gaze earnestly, look intently.

~Globate~, _a._ Globular, globose, spherical, round, spheroidal, globe-
shaped.

~Globated~, _a._ Globular, globose, spherical, round, spheroidal,
globe-shaped.

~Globe~, _n._ ~1.~ Sphere, ball, orb.

~2.~ Earth, terraqueous globe, terrestrial ball.

~Globe-fish~, _n._ Puffer.

~Globose~, _a._ Spherical, globular, globate, globated, round, globe-
shaped.

~Globosity~, _n._ Sphericity.

~Globular~, _a._ Spherical, globate, globated, globose, globulous,
round, globe-shaped.

~Globule~, _n._ Spherule, little globe, small round particle.

~Globulous~, _a._ Spherical, GLOBULAR.

~Gloom~, _n._ ~1.~ Obscurity, darkness, dimness, gloominess, cloud.

~2.~ Sadness, dejection, depression, despondency, melancholy,
heaviness of mind, low spirits.

~Gloomy~, _a._ ~1.~ Obscure, dark, dim, dusky, dismal, cheerless,
lowering, lurid.

~2.~ Sad, dejected, depressed, dispirited, disheartened, despondent,
desponding, melancholy, downcast, crest-fallen, chap-fallen, down-
hearted, glum, heavy of heart.

~Glorify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Extol, magnify, bless, honor greatly, praise
highly, give glory to.

~2.~ Brighten, make bright, add lustre to.

~Glorious~, _a._ ~1.~ Illustrious, renowned, celebrated, famous,
famed, eminent, pre-eminent, distinguished, excellent, noble,
conspicuous.

~2.~ Resplendent, splendid, bright, brilliant, radiant.

~Glory~, _n._ ~1.~ Honor, renown, fame, celebrity, praise.

~2.~ Splendor, lustre, brightness, brilliancy, effulgence, pride.

~3.~ State, pomp, parade, magnificence.

~4.~ Heavenly bliss, celestial happiness.

~5.~ Boast, occasion of pride, something to be proud of.

~6.~ (_Painting._) Halo, aureola.

~Glory~, _v. n._ Exult, vaunt, boast, take pride, triumph, be proud,
pride one's self, plume one's self, pique one's self, perk one's self,
pat one's self on the back.

~Gloss~, _n._ ~1.~ Comment, note, explanation, interpretation,
scholium, annotation, commentary.

~2.~ Pretext, pretence, specious plea.

~3.~ Lustre, polish, shining surface.

~Gloss~, _v. n._ Comment, make notes, make explanatory remarks.

~Gloss~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Varnish, make lustrous.

~2.~ Extenuate, palliate, color, apologize for, gloss over.

~Glossarist~, _n._ Scholiast, commentator, annotator.

~Glossary~, _n._ Dictionary (_of obscure, antiquated, or local words_).

~Glossology~, _n._ Glottology, linguistics, comparative philology,
comparative grammar, science of language.

~Gloss over~, Disguise, varnish, color, make plausible.

~Glossy~, _a._ Smooth and shining.

~Glottology~, _n._ GLOSSOLOGY.

~Glow~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be incandescent.

~2.~ Shine brightly.

~3.~ Burn, be hot.

~4.~ Be ardent, be warm, feel intensely.

~Glow~, _n._ ~1.~ Incandescence, white heat.

~2.~ Brightness, bright color.

~3.~ Ardor, vehemence, impetuosity, fervency, fervor, enthusiasm.

~Glower~, _v. n._ Stare (_in anger_), glare, look black, look fierce.

~Glow-worm~, _n._ FIRE-FLY (_Lampyris noctilucus_).

~Gloze~, _v. n._ Flatter, cajole, wheedle, fawn, cringe.

~Glucina~, _n._ Oxide of glucinium.

~Glucine~, _n._ Oxide of glucinium.

~Glucose~, _n._ Grape-sugar, starch-sugar.

~Glue~, _n._ Gelatine (_impure_).

~Glue~, _v. a._ Cement (_with glue_).

~Gluey~, _a._ Viscous, viscid, GLUTINOUS.

~Glum~, _a._ Sullen, moody, sulky, morose, sour, crabbed, crusty,
grum, glowering, frowning, spleeny, dogged, stubborn, intractable,
cross-grained.

~Glume~, _n._ Husk (_of grain and grasses_), hull, outer covering.

~Glut~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cloy, satiate, sate, surfeit, pall.

~2.~ Gorge, stuff, cram, overfeed, fill full, fill to repletion.

~Glut~, _n._ ~1.~ Repletion.

~2.~ Superabundance, over-abundance, overplus, surplus, redundancy,
superfluity, over-stock.

~Glutinous~, _a._ Gluey, viscous, viscid, sticky, gummy, adhesive,
tenacious, clammy.

~Glutton~, _n._ ~1.~ Gormandizer, gourmand, gobbler, GREEDY-GUT,
voracious eater.

~2.~ Wolverine (_Gulo luscus_).

~Gluttonish~, _a._ Voracious, given to excess in eating.

~Gluttonous~, _a._ Voracious, given to excess in eating.

~Gluttony~, _n._ Voracity, excess in eating.

~Gnarl~, _v. n._ Growl, snarl.

~Gnarled~, _a._ Knotty, knotted, gnarly, full of knots.

~Gnarly~, _a._ GNARLED.

~Gnash~, _v. a._ Strike together (_the teeth_).

~Gnaw~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bite, nibble, champ, nibble at, keep biting.

~2.~ Corrode, eat away, wear away.

~Gnomon~, _n._ Style (_of a dial_).

~Gnomonics~, _n._ Dialling.

~Go~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Move, pass, proceed, advance, make progress, go on.

~2.~ Walk, go on foot.

~3.~ Travel, journey.

~4.~ Depart, set out, go away.

~5.~ Reach, extend.

~6.~ Contribute, concur, tend, avail, have effect, be of use, be of
service.

~7.~ Fare, eventuate, turn out.

~8.~ Be considered, be reckoned, be esteemed.

~9.~ Be about, be on the point.

~Go~, _interj._ Begone, avaunt, aroynt, get you gone, be off, go
along, off with you, get along with you, go your way, go about your
business.

~Go about~, ~1.~ Endeavor, attempt, undertake, set one's self about.

~2.~ (_Naut._) Tack, change the course.

~Goad~, _n._ Prick, point.

~Goad~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Prick with a goad.

~2.~ Incite, stimulate, instigate, urge, impel, spur, arouse, stir up,
set on.

~Go ahead~, Proceed, advance, go on, push on, press forward.

~Goal~, _n._ ~1.~ Post (_set to bound a race_), mark.

~2.~ Object, end, design, destination, aim, height of one's ambition.

~Goatish~, _a._ Like a goat (_especially in smell or in lustfulness_).

~Goat-sucker~, _n._ Night-jar, wheel-bird, churn-owl (_Caprimulgus
Europæus_).

~Go away~, Depart, go off.

~Go a wool-gathering~, Go on a fool's errand, go on a wild-goose
chase, go on a sleeveless errand, reckon without one's host.

~Go back~, Return.

~Gobble~, _v. a._ Swallow (_greedily_), bolt, gulp.

~Gobbler~, _n._ ~1.~ Gormandizer, glutton, gourmand, greedy-gut,
voracious eater.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Turkey-cock.

~Go between~, Mediate, interpose.

~Go-between~, _n._ Agent, broker, factor.

~Go beyond~, Transgress, overstep, transcend.

~Goblin~, _n._ Hobgoblin, spectre, sprite, frightful apparition, evil
spirit.

~Go by~, ~1.~ Pass near.

~2.~ Pass beyond.

~3.~ Act by, act according to, act in obedience to.

~Go by~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Passing by, neglect to notice.

~God~, _n._ ~1.~ Jehovah, Lord, Omnipotence, Omniscience, Providence,
Heaven, The Creator, The Maker, The Deity, The Godhead, The Infinite,
The Eternal, The Omnipotent, The Preserver, The Father, The Trinity,
The Holy Trinity, The Supreme Being, The First Cause, The Author of
all things, God the Father, Sovereign of the Universe, The eternal and
infinite Spirit.

~2.~ Deity, divinity, idol.

~Goddess~, _n._ Female divinity.

~Godhead~, _n._ ~1.~ Deity, divinity, godship.

~2.~ [With _The_ prefixed.] GOD, The Deity.

~Godless~, _a._ ~1.~ Irreligious, impious, profane, wicked, ungodly.

~2.~ Atheistical, given to atheism.

~Godlike~, _a._ Divine, heavenly, supernal, celestial.

~Godly~, _a._ Pious, holy, righteous, religious, devout, saintly,
saint-like, heavenly-minded.

~Go down~, ~1.~ Descend.

~2.~ Be swallowed.

~3.~ (_Low._) Be received, be admitted, pass current.

~4.~ Fail, come to nothing, come to nought.

~Godsend~, _n._ Windfall, unexpected gift, good luck, piece of good
fortune, piece of good luck.

~Godship~, _n._ Deity, divinity, godhead.

~Go for~, ~1.~ Pass for, be taken for, pass current for.

~2.~ [_Colloquial U. S._] Favor, support, be in favor of, GO IN FOR.

~Go for nothing~, Be of no use, have no effect or efficacy.

~Go forth~, ~1.~ Issue, go out.

~2.~ Get abroad, become public.

~Goggle~, _v. n._ Roll the eyes.

~Goggle~, _n._ Stare, owlish look, strained look.

~Goggled~, _a._ Staring (_as a full or prominent eye_), rolling.

~Goggle-eye~, _n._ ~1.~ Rolling eye, staring eye.

~2.~ Strabismus, squinting.

~Go halves~, [_Colloquial._] Share equally.

~Go hard with~, Be disastrous to, have serious consequences for.

~Go heels overhead~, Make or turn a somerset.

~Going on~, ~1.~ Proceeding, advancing.

~2.~ Progressing, in progress, in hand.

~Goings on~, [_Colloquial._] Proceedings, conduct.

~Go in for~, [_Colloquial._] Favor, support, GO FOR.

~Goitre~, _n._ [Written also _Goiter_.] Bronchocele, enlargement of
the thyroid gland.

~Go it blind~, [_Low._] Act without caution, proceed recklessly, leap
without looking, leap in the dark.

~Gold-cup~, _n._ King-cup, buttercup (_Ranunculus bulbosus_).

~Golden~, _a._ ~1.~ Of gold.

~2.~ Bright, shining, splendid, resplendent, brilliant.

~3.~ Yellow, of a gold color.

~4.~ Excellent, precious, of great value.

~5.~ Auspicious, favorable, opportune, propitious.

~Golden-robbin~, _n._ Hang-bird, BALTIMORE ORIOLE.

~Goldylocks~, _n._ Cudweed, everlasting, IMMORTELLE.

~Gonorrhœa~, _n._ (_Med._) Clap, venereal disease.

~Good~, _a._ ~1.~ Advantageous, beneficial, useful, profitable,
serviceable.

~2.~ Suitable, fit, proper, convenient, admirable, not bad, well
adapted.

~3.~ Virtuous, upright, religious, pious, righteous, worthy, dutiful.

~4.~ Excellent, valuable, precious, sterling, capital.

~5.~ Kind, benevolent, humane, friendly, favorable, gracious,
merciful, obliging, well-disposed.

~6.~ Unblemished, unimpeached, untarnished, unsullied, immaculate,
fair, honorable.

~7.~ Companionable, social, genial, lively, cheerful.

~8.~ Able, skilful, ready, expert, dextrous, well qualified.

~9.~ Competent (_pecuniarily_), of established credit.

~10.~ Pleasant, agreeable, gratifying, cheering.

~11.~ Considerable, great, not small, not insignificant.

~12.~ Real, true, serious, not feigned.

~Good~, _n._ ~1.~ Benefit, advantage, profit, gain, utility.

~2.~ Welfare, weal, prosperity, interest.

~3.~ Righteousness, virtue, moral qualities.

~4.~ Just actions, moral works.

~5.~ Abundance, richness, best fruits.

~Good-breeding~, _n._ POLITENESS, civility, courtesy, urbanity,
affability, good manners.

~Good-by~, _n._ or _interj._ Farewell, adieu.

~Good-bye~, _n._ or _interj._ Farewell, adieu.

~Good cheer~, Bountiful fare, high living, plenty to eat and drink.

~Good fellow~, Boon companion, pleasant companion.

~Good-fellowship~, _n._ Companionableness, sociability, merry society,
pleasant company.

~Good fortune~, Prosperity, success, good luck.

~Good graces~, Friendship, favor.

~Good heed~, Great care, due caution.

~Good humor~, Cheerfulness, cheer, joyousness, good spirits, cheerful
flow of spirits.

~Good-humored~, _a._ Cheerful, buoyant, good-natured, good-tempered,
of a placid temper.

~Good luck~, Prosperity, success, good fortune.

~Goodly~, _a._ ~1.~ Beautiful, graceful, comely, good-looking.

~2.~ Pleasant, happy, agreeable, desirable.

~3.~ Considerable, pretty large.

~Goodman~, _n._ ~1.~ Gaffer.

~2.~ Husband, master of the house.

~Good-nature~, _n._ Benevolence, kindness, amiability, benignity, good
will, good feeling, kind-heartedness, fellow-feeling.

~Good-natured~, _a._ Benevolent, kind, amiable, humane, obliging,
benignant, benign, kind-hearted, good-tempered, good-humored.

~Goodness~, _n._ ~1.~ Excellence, value, worth.

~2.~ Righteousness, virtue, integrity, uprightness, probity, honesty,
principle.

~3.~ Kindness, benevolence, good will.

~Good offices~, Mediation, intervention, assistance, aid, help.

~Good opinion~, Approbation, esteem, regard, favorable opinion, golden
opinion.

~Goods~, _n. pl._ ~1.~ Movables, effects, chattels, furniture.

~2.~ Commodities, wares, merchandise.

~Good sense~, Good judgment, sound understanding.

~Good-tempered~, _a._ Amiable, GOOD-NATURED.

~Good turn~, Service, kind office, act of kindness.

~Good-wife~, _n._ Good-woman, goody, gammer.

~Good will~, ~1.~ Benevolence, kindness, GOOD-NATURE.

~2.~ Earnestness, heartiness, ardor, zeal.

~3.~ (_Law._) Custom (_of an established place of business_), patronage.

~Good-woman~, _n._ GOOD-WIFE.

~Goody~, _n._ Gammer, GOOD-WIFE.

~Go off~, ~1.~ Depart, go away, be off.

~2.~ Explode, be discharged.

~Go on~, ~1.~ Proceed, advance, go ahead, move forward.

~2.~ Progress, make progress, get along.

~3.~ Continue, persist, persevere, keep on, hold out.

~4.~ Be put on (_as a garment_), be drawn on.

~Go on a fool's errand~, Go on a wild-goose chase, GO A WOOL-GATHERING.

~Go on a sleeveless errand~, GO A WOOL-GATHERING.

~Go on a wild-goose chase~, GO A WOOL-GATHERING.

~Go one's way~, Depart, take one's departure, move on, set forth, jog
on, be off.

~Go on tick~, Run up a bill, run up a score, get trusted.

~Goosander~, _n._ Dish-washer, wagtail, dun-diver (_Mergus merganser_
or _Mergus castor_).

~Goose~, _n._ ~1.~ Tailor's smoothing iron.

~2.~ Simpleton, fool, DUNCE.

~Goose-grass~, _n._ Cleavers, hariff, catch-weed, scratch-weed
(_Galium aparine_).

~Go out~, ~1.~ Issue, go forth.

~2.~ Go abroad, go out of doors.

~3.~ Expire, become extinct, be extinguished, be quenched, be put out.

~Go over~, ~1.~ Read (_cursorily_), peruse, run over.

~2.~ Examine, review.

~3.~ Study, revolve, think over.

~4.~ Pass over, change sides.

~Gopher~, _n._ ~1.~ Mulo, pouched rat (_Pseudostoma bursarius_ or
_Geomys bursarius_).

~2.~ Prairie squirrel.

~Gor-cock~, _n._ Red grouse, red ptarmigan, red game, moor-cock
(_Lagopus Scoticus_).

~Gor-crow~, _n._ Carrion crow, common crow (_Corvus corone_).

~Gore~, _n._ ~1.~ Blood, clotted blood.

~2.~ Gusset, triangular piece (_of cloth, &c._).

~Gore~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Stab, pierce.

~2.~ Piece with a gore.

~Gorge~, _n._ Ravine, defile, notch.

~Gorge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Swallow, devour, eat heartily.

~2.~ Glut, satiate, cram, stuff, fill full, fill to repletion.

~Gorge~, _v. n._ Feed, eat greedily.

~Gorgeous~, _a._ Showy, splendid, shining, glittering, brilliant,
dazzling, resplendent, magnificent, fine, rich, superb.

~Gorgon~, _n._ Spectre, hobgoblin, ogre, POKER, BUGABOO, HYDRA,
frightful object.

~Gormand~, _n._ [Written also and usually _Gourmand_.] Glutton,
gormandizer, epicure.

~Gormandize~, _v. n._ Gorge, stuff, eat greedily, feed ravenously.

~Gormandizer~, _n._ Glutton, gourmand, epicure.

~Gorse~, _n._ Furze, whin, goss (_Ulex europæus_).

~Gory~, _a._ Bloody, ensanguined.

~Gosling~, _n._ Young goose.

~Go snacks~, Share together, share and share alike.

~Gospel~, _n._ ~1.~ [With _The_ prefixed.] Christianity, revelation by
Christ, Christian religion, divine revelation, the cross.

~2.~ History of Christ (_as given in the New Testament by one
evangelist or collectively by all_).

~3.~ Doctrine, creed, principle of action.

~Goss~, _n._ Furze, GORSE.

~Gossamery~, _a._ Light, flimsy, unsubstantial.

~Gossip~, _n._ ~1.~ Tattler, babbler, chatterer, gadabout, idle talker.

~2.~ Chat, chitchat, tattle, prate, prattle, cackle, clack, small
talk, idle talk.

~Gossip~, _v. n._ Chat, tattle, prate, prattle, gabble, clack, cackle,
talk idly.

~Gothamist~, _n._ Blunderer, wiseacre, witling, pretender to wisdom,
man of small wit.

~Gothic~, _a._ Rude, barbaric, barbarous.

~Gothic~, _n._ Gothic language.

~Gothicism~, _n._ ~1.~ Gothic idiom.

~2.~ Rudeness, barbarism, incivility.

~Go through~, ~1.~ Execute, accomplish, finish.

~2.~ Bear, endure, undergo, suffer.

~Go through with~, Do thoroughly, execute effectually.

~Go to loggerheads~, Come to blows, fall to loggerheads.

~Go to pot~, [_Colloquial._] Go to destruction, be destroyed, be
ruined, go to the dogs, go by the board, go to rack and ruin.

~Go to war~, Fight, war, contend (_in arms_), take up arms, take up
the cudgel, appeal to arms, wage war, draw the sword, unsheath the
sword, come to blows, measure swords, give battle, join battle, enter
the lists, couch one's lance, take the field, let slip the dogs of
war, fight it out, take up the hatchet.

~Gouge~, _n._ ~1.~ Hollow chisel.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Cheat, trick, imposture, imposition, deception,
fraud, stratagem, artifice, chouse.

~3.~ [_Colloquial._] Trickster, impostor, rogue, knave, swindler,
sharper, cheat, cheater.

~Gourd-worm~, _n._ Fluke, fluke-worm.

~Gourmand~, _n._ [Written also, but less commonly, _Gormand_.]
Glutton, gormandizer, epicure.

~Gout~ (_goo_), _n._ [Fr.] Taste, relish, flavor, smack, savor, gusto,
zest.

~Gout~, _n._ PODAGRA.

~Gouty~, _a._ Podagric, podagrical.

~Govern~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Conduct, manage, supervise, regulate, have the
direction of, have the charge of.

~2.~ Direct, guide, steer.

~3.~ Control, restrain, curb, bridle, rule, sway, command.

~Govern~, _v. n._ Rule, have control, exercise authority, hold the
reins, bear sway, have the charge.

~Governable~, _a._ Controllable, manageable.

~Governante~, _n._ GOVERNESS.

~Governess~, _n._ Governante, instructress, tutoress.

~Government~, _n._ ~1.~ Rule, management, regulation, conduct.

~2.~ Direction, guidance.

~3.~ Control, restraint, sway, dominion.

~4.~ Polity, commonwealth, state, form of sovereignty, body politic.

~5.~ Administration, body of executive officers, ruling power, powers
that be.

~Governor~, _n._ ~1.~ Ruler, director, manager, comptroller,
superintendent, overseer.

~2.~ Executive, chief magistrate.

~3.~ Tutor, instructor, guardian.

~Go your way~, Avaunt, aroynt, begone, be off, get you gone, go along,
off with you, get along with you, go about your business.

~Grab~, _v. a._ [_Low._] Snatch, clutch, seize violently, gripe
suddenly.

~Grace~, _n._ ~1.~ Favor, kindness, condescension, benignity, love,
good-will.

~2.~ Divine goodness or favor, divine influence, God's love.

~3.~ Piety, devotion, devoutness, holiness, religion, sanctity.

~4.~ Pardon, forgiveness, mercy.

~5.~ Elegance, polish, refinement, accomplishment.

~6.~ Beauty, symmetry, comeliness, gracefulness, ease.

~7.~ Short prayer (_over food at table_).

~8.~ (_Music._) Embellishment (_appoggiatura_, _shake_, _trill_,
_turn_).

~Grace~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Adorn, decorate, beautify, embellish, deck.

~2.~ Dignify, honor.

~Graceful~, _a._ ~1.~ Elegant, comely, becoming, beautiful.

~2.~ Easy, natural, unlabored.

~Graceless~, _a._ Depraved, degenerate, corrupt, profligate,
reprobate, dissolute, abandoned, lost, shameless, obdurate, hardened,
incorrigible, irreclaimable, wicked.

~Gracious~, _a._ ~1.~ Benevolent, benignant, favorable, kind,
friendly, merciful, condescending, compassionate, tender, lenient,
mild, gentle.

~2.~ Affable, familiar, courteous, civil, polite, easy.

~Gradation~, _n._ Regular progress (_step by step_), regular
progression.

~Grade~, _n._ ~1.~ Rank, degree, step, stage.

~2.~ Gradient, rate of ascent or of descent (_as on a railroad_).

~Gradient~, _n._ Grade, rate of ascent or of descent.

~Gradual~, _a._ Regular (_step by step_), progressive, slow.

~Gradually~, _ad._ Regularly, slowly, by degrees, step by step, little
by little, by little and little.

~Graduate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Mark with degrees, divide into regular
intervals.

~2.~ Adjust, adapt, proportion, regulate.

~Graduate~, _v. n._ Take a degree, receive a diploma.

~Gradus~, _n._ Dictionary of prosody, prosodial dictionary.

~Graff~, _n._ Ditch, moat, fosse.

~Graft~, _n._ Shoot (_inserted in another tree_), scion, sprout.

~Graft~, _v. a._ Ingraft.

~Grain~, _n._ ~1.~ Seed, kernel, matured ovule.

~2.~ Corn (_wheat_, _rye_, _oats_, _barley_, _maize_, _&c._).

~3.~ Particle, atom, bit, scrap, jot, whit, mite, ace, iota, tittle,
scintilla, trace, spark, shadow, glimmer.

~4.~ Twentieth part of a scruple, twenty-fourth part of a pennyweight.

~5.~ Fibre, texture.

~6.~ Temper, disposition, humor.

~7.~ Dye, tint, color, stain, tinge, hue, shade, tincture.

~Grallæ~, _n. pl._ [L.] Waders, wading birds, grallatores.

~Grallatores~, _n. pl._ [L.] GRALLÆ.

~Gramineous~, _a._ Grassy.

~Graminaceous~, _a._ Grassy.

~Graminivorous~, _a._ Grass-eating, phytivorous, phytophagous.

~Grammar~, _n._ ~1.~ Accidence, science of language, laws or rules of
language, theory of human speech.

~2.~ Propriety of speech, right use of language, art of speaking or
writing correctly.

~3.~ Treatise on grammar, manual or handbook of grammar, grammatical
text-book.

~Grammarian~, _n._ Adept in grammar.

~Granary~, _n._ Garner, corn-house.

~Grand~, _a._ ~1.~ Stately, lordly, princely, august, majestic,
exalted, elevated, dignified, eminent, illustrious, great, high in
power, of great dignity.

~2.~ Magnificent, splendid, superb, glorious, noble, sublime, lofty.

~3.~ Principal, chief, superior.

~Grand-duke~, _n._ ~1.~ Sovereign prince.

~2.~ (_Zool._) Great horned owl (_Bubo maximus_).

~Grandee~, _a._ Nobleman, noble, lord.

~Grandeur~, _n._ ~1.~ Greatness, sublimity.

~2.~ Majesty, loftiness, stateliness, state, dignity, pomp,
magnificence, augustness, splendor.

~Grandfather~, _n._ Grandsire, grandpapa.

~Grandiloquence~, _n._ Bombast, fustian, turgidity, lofty language,
high-sounding words, lofty style of speech.

~Grandiloquent~, _a._ Bombastic, turgid, tumid, swelling, inflated,
stilted, pompous, declamatory, rhetorical, high-sounding, high-
flowing, HIGHFALUTIN.

~Grand-juror~, _n._ Grand-juryman.

~Grand-juryman~, _n._ Grand-juror.

~Grandmamma~, _n._ Grandmother.

~Grandmother~, _n._ Grandmamma.

~Grand-vizier~, _n._ Chief vizier.

~Grant~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Admit, allow, concede, cede, yield.

~2.~ GIVE (_in answer to a request_), bestow, CONFER, vouchsafe, deign.

~3.~ (_Law._) Convey (_by deed_), transfer, make conveyance of.

~Grant~, _n._ ~1.~ Gift, boon, donation, benefaction, bounty, largess,
present, concession.

~2.~ (_Law._) Conveyance, cession.

~Granulate~, _v. a._ Form into grains, reduce to grains.

~Granulate~, _v. n._ Be formed into grains.

~Granule~, _n._ Small grain, small particle.

~Grape~, _n._ Fruit of the vine.

~Grape-sugar~, _n._ Glucose, starch-sugar.

~Graphic~, _a._ Vivid, lively, picturesque, well drawn, well delineated.

~Graphical~ _a._ Vivid, lively, picturesque, well drawn, well
delineated.

~Graphite~, _n._ Plumbago, black-lead.

~Grapple~, _v. a._ Seize, gripe, grasp, catch, clasp, clutch, lay hold
of.

~Grapple with~, Struggle with, engage with, close with, contend with
(_in close fight_).

~Grapple~, _n._ ~1.~ Close hug, close fight.

~2.~ Grappling-irons.

~Grappling-irons~, _n. pl._ Grapple.

~Grasp~, _v. a._ Clasp, gripe, seize, clinch, clutch, catch, grapple,
lay hold of.

~Grasp at~, Catch at, try to seize.

~Grasp~, _n._ ~1.~ Clasp, gripe.

~2.~ Hold, possession.

~3.~ Reach, power of seizing or of comprehending.

~Grasping~, _a._ Avaricious, covetous, miserly, niggardly, penurious,
parsimonious, close, stingy, mean, sordid, close-fisted, with an
itching palm.

~Grass-eating~, _a._ Graminivorous, phytivorous, phytophagous.

~Grass-plot~, _n._ Lawn, green.

~Grassy~, _a._ Gramineous, graminaceous.

~Grate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Rub, scrape, abrade.

~2.~ Rasp, comminute, reduce to particles by rubbing.

~Grate~, _v. n._ Be irritating, be disagreeable, be offensive.

~Grateful~, _a._ ~1.~ THANKFUL, obliged, indebted, beholden, under
obligation.

~2.~ Agreeable, pleasing, pleasant, gratifying, acceptable,
delightful, welcome, charming.

~3.~ Delicious, palatable, savory, nice, luscious, cordial,
refreshing, invigorating.

~Gratification~, _n._ ~1.~ Gratifying, pleasing.

~2.~ Delight, satisfaction, enjoyment, pleasure, fruition.

~3.~ Reward, recompense.

~Gratify~, _v. a._ Please, indulge, satisfy, humor, delight, give
pleasure to, make glad.

~Gratifying~, _a._ Pleasing, agreeable, welcome.

~Grating~, _a._ Harsh, irritating, displeasing, disagreeable, offensive.

~Gratis~, _ad._ [L.] Gratuitously, freely, for nothing.

~Gratitude~, _n._ Thankfulness, feeling of obligation, sense of
obligation.

~Gratuitous~, _a._ ~1.~ Voluntary, free, spontaneous, of one's own
accord.

~2.~ Unwarranted, unfounded, groundless, without proof.

~Gratuity~, _n._ Present, gift, donation, benefaction, bounty,
largess, grant, free gift.

~Gratulation~, _n._ Congratulation, felicitation.

~Gratulatory~, _a._ Congratulatory.

~Grave~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Engrave, imprint, infix, impress deeply.

~2.~ Carve, form by cutting.

~Grave~, _n._ Pit (_for a dead body_), sepulchre, tomb, ossuary,
charnel-house, narrow house, long home.

~Grave~, _a._ ~1.~ Important, weighty, momentous, cogent, of great
consequence.

~2.~ Sober, serious, sedate, thoughtful, demure, staid, solemn.

~3.~ Plain, not showy, not tawdry.

~4.~ (_Music._) Deep, not acute, low in pitch.

~Grave-clothes~, _n. pl._ Shroud, winding-sheet.

~Gravel~, _n._ Sand, grit, small pebbles.

~Gravel~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cover with gravel.

~2.~ Puzzle, embarrass, perplex, bewilder, stagger, pose, nonplus, put
out.

~Graver~, _n._ ~1.~ Engraver.

~2.~ Burin, engraving tool.

~Graveyard~, _n._ Cemetery, necropolis, mortuary, churchyard, burial-
ground, burying-ground.

~Gravitate~, _v. n._ Tend by gravity.

~Gravitation~, _n._ Gravity, centripetal force, attraction of
gravitation.

~Gravity~, _n._ ~1.~ Heaviness, weight.

~2.~ Gravitation, centripetal force, attraction of gravitation.

~3.~ Sobriety, seriousness, sedateness, thoughtfulness, demureness.

~4.~ Importance, moment.

~Gray~, _a._ Hoary, black and white.

~Grayish~, _a._ Grizzly, grizzled, somewhat gray.

~Graze~, _v. n._ Eat grass, feed upon grass.

~Graze~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Feed with grass.

~2.~ Feed upon, eat grass from.

~3.~ Shave, scrape, skim, touch lightly (_in passing over_).

~Grease~, _n._ ~1.~ Unctuous matter (_lard, tallow, &c._).

~2.~ (_Farriery._) Scratches.

~Grease~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Smear with grease.

~2.~ Bribe, give a douceur to.

~Greasy~, _a._ Unctuous, fat, fatty, oily, adipose, sebaceous,
oleaginous.

~Great~, _a._ ~1.~ Large, big, vast, huge, bulky, ample, immense,
gigantic, Herculean, Cyclopean, enormous.

~2.~ Much, excessive, high.

~3.~ Numerous, countless.

~4.~ Considerable, important, weighty.

~5.~ Distinguished, eminent, prominent, exalted, elevated, excellent,
noted, illustrious, celebrated, famous, famed, renowned, far-famed.

~6.~ Grand, august, dignified, noble, majestic, sublime.

~7.~ Magnanimous, generous, chivalrous, high-minded.

~8.~ Sumptuous, rich, magnificent.

~9.~ Hard, difficult, onerous, burdensome, grievous.

~10.~ Chief, principal.

~11.~ Superior, pre-eminent.

~Great~, _n._ [With _The_ prefixed.] Great persons, persons of rank,
people of distinction.

~Great bear~, _n._ [With _The_ prefixed.] Charles's Wain, The Wain,
URSA MAJOR.

~Great-bellied~, _a._ Abdominous, large-bellied, big-bellied, pot-
bellied, tun-bellied.

~Greatest good~, Supreme good, SUMMUM BONUM.

~Great-hearted~, _a._ Noble, magnanimous, generous, chivalrous, high-
spirited, high-minded.

~Greatness~, _n._ ~1.~ Largeness, magnitude, size, bulk, dimensions.

~2.~ High degree.

~3.~ Distinction, eminence, elevation, fame, renown.

~4.~ Dignity, augustness, majesty, sublimity.

~5.~ Magnanimity, generosity, nobleness, disinterestedness, chivalrous
spirit.

~Grecian~, _a._ GREEK.

~Grecian~, _n._ ~1.~ Greek, native of Greece.

~2.~ Adept in Greek, proficient in the Greek language, Greek scholar.

~Grecism~, _n._ Greekism, Hellenism.

~Greed~, _n._ Eagerness, longing, GREEDINESS.

~Greediness~, _n._ ~1.~ Voracity, ravenousness, gluttony, rapacity,
excessive hunger.

~2.~ Eagerness, longing, greed, avidity, intense desire.

~Greedy~, _a._ ~1.~ Voracious, ravenous, gluttonous, rapacious,
insatiable, insatiate, very hungry.

~2.~ Eager, very desirous.

~Greedy-gut~, _n._ [_Low._] Glutton, gormandizer, gourmand, gobbler.

~Greek~, _a._ ~1.~ Of Greece.

~2.~ Grecian, classic, classical, after the Greek, in the manner of
Greece.

~Greek~, _n._ ~1.~ Grecian, native of Greece.

2~.~ Greek language.

~Green~, _a._ ~1.~ Verdant.

~2.~ Flourishing, blooming, fresh, undecayed.

~3.~ New, recent.

~4.~ Unripe, not fully grown, immature.

~5.~ Inexperienced, unskilful, inexpert, ignorant, raw.

~6.~ Unseasoned, not dry.

~Green~, _n._ ~1.~ Blue and yellow.

~2.~ Lawn, grass-plot, grassy plain.

~Greenbone~, _n._ GAR-FISH, sea-pike.

~Green-broom~, _n._ Green-weed, dyer's-weed (_Genista tinctoria_).

~Greenfinch~, _n._ Green grossbeak (_Coccothraustes chloris_).

~Greenhorn~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Novice, inexperienced youth, raw hand.

~Greenhouse~, _n._ Conservatory.

~Greenness~, _n._ ~1.~ Verdancy, viridity.

~2.~ Vigor, freshness.

~3.~ Unripeness, immaturity.

~Green-sickness~, _n._ CHLOROSIS.

~Green-vitriol~, _n._ Copperas, sulphate of iron (_crystallized_).

~Green-weed~, _n._ Green-broom, dyer's weed (_Genista tinctoria_).

~Greet~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Salute, welcome, hail, address, accost.

~2.~ Compliment, send greeting to.

~Greeting~, _n._ ~1.~ Salutation, welcome, salute.

~2.~ Compliment, expression of goodwill.

~Grewsome~, _a._ [_Scottish._] Frightful, ugly, terrible.

~Greylag~, _n._ Wild goose (_Anser ferus_).

~Grenatite~, _n._ Cross-stone, stanrotide, stanrolite.

~Grief~, _n._ ~1.~ Sorrow, regret, affliction, distress, tribulation,
woe, sadness, bitterness, anguish, misery, agony, heartache, heavy
heart, bleeding heart, broken heart, pain of mind, mental suffering.

~2.~ Trial, grievance, cause of sorrow.

~Grievance~, _n._ ~1.~ Hardship, wrong, injury, burden, oppression.

~2.~ Grief, trial, cause of sorrow.

~Grieve~, _v. a._ Afflict, pain, hurt, or wound the feelings of, make
sorrowful.

~Grieve~, _v. n._ Sorrow, mourn, lament, bewail, feel regret.

~Grievous~, _a._ ~1.~ Distressing, afflictive, afflicting, painful,
sad, deplorable, lamentable, hard to bear.

~2.~ Hurtful, injurious, baneful, noxious, mischievous, detrimental,
destructive, calamitous.

~3.~ Atrocious, heinous, flagitious.

~Grim~, _a._ ~1.~ Fierce, ferocious, ruthless, cruel, savage.

~2.~ Frightful, horrible, hideous, grisly, appalling, dire, horrid,
terrific, dreadful, of forbidding look.

~Grimace~, _n._ Distortion of countenance, wry face.

~Grim-faced~, _a._ Grim-visaged.

~Grim-visaged~, _a._ Grim-faced.

~Grin~, _v. n._ Show the teeth (_in laughing, expressing scorn, &c_).

~Grin at~, Ridicule, deride, mock at, scoff at, jeer at, laugh at.

~Grind~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Triturate, pulverize, bruise, bray, CRAZE,
comminute by attrition.

~2.~ Sharpen (_by rubbing_).

~3.~ Grate, rub together.

~4.~ Oppress, harass, persecute, plague, trouble, afflict, be hard upon.

~Grinder~, _n._ Molar, molar tooth, jaw tooth, double tooth.

~Grindery~, _n._ [_England._] Shoemakers' materials.

~Grindery-warehouse~, _n._ Finding-store, store for the sale of
shoemakers' materials.

~Grip~, _n._ [_Low._] Grasp, gripe, clutch, clasp.

~Gripe~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Seize, clutch, grasp, clasp, snatch, lay hold of.

~2.~ Press, compress, squeeze, pinch, hold fast.

~3.~ Pain, distress, pinch, straighten, give pain to.

~Gripe~, _n._ ~1.~ Grasp, clutch, hold, seizure.

~2.~ Affliction, distress, griping, pinching.

~Griping~, _n._ ~1.~ Seizure, grasping.

~2.~ Colic, gripes, pain in the bowels.

~3.~ Affliction, distress, gripe.

~Gripes~, _n. pl._ Colic, griping, belly-ache, pain in the bowels.

~Grippe~, _n._ [Fr.] Catarrh, influenza.

~Grisly~, _a._ Frightful, horrible, horrid, terrific, hideous,
appalling, dreadful, grim.

~Gristle~, _n._ Cartilage.

~Gristly~, _a._ Cartilaginous.

~Grit~, _n._ ~1.~ Bran.

~2.~ Sand, gravel, small pebbles.

~3.~ Gritstone, gritrock.

~Gritrock~, _n._ Gritstone, grit.

~Grits~, _n. pl._ Groats, hulled oats, or hulled wheat.

~Gritstone~, _n._ Grit, gritrock.

~Gritty~, _a._ Sandy.

~Grizzled~, _a._ Grayish, grizzly.

~Grizzly~, _a._ Grayish, grizzled, somewhat gray, a little gray.

~Groan~, _v. n._ Moan.

~Groat~, _n._ Fourpence.

~Groats~, _n. pl._ Grits, hulled oats, or hulled wheat.

~Groceries~, _n. pl._ [_U. S._] GROCERY, grocers' commodities.

~Grocery~, _n._ ~1.~ [_England._] GROCERIES.

~2.~ [_U. S._] Grocer's shop.

~Groggery~, _n._ Grog-shop, dram-shop, liquor-shop.

~Groggy~, _a._ [_Low._] Tipsy, intoxicated, inebriated, DRUNK.

~Grog-shop~, _n._ GROGGERY.

~Groom~, _n._ ~1.~ Waiter, servant, valet.

~2.~ Stable-servant, hostler.

~3.~ Bridegroom.

~Groove~, _n._ Furrow, channel.

~Grope~, _v. n._ Feel one's way (_as in the dark_), pick one's way.

~Gross~, _a._ ~1.~ Large, big, bulky, great.

~2.~ Dense, thick, not attenuated.

~3.~ Coarse, rough, rude, unrefined, indelicate, sensual, impure,
vulgar, low, broad.

~4.~ Enormous, flagrant, shameful, unseemly, unbecoming, outrageous.

~5.~ Palpable, manifest, glaring.

~6.~ Whole, total, entire.

~Gross~, _n._ ~1.~ Whole, total, aggregate, gross amount, sum total.

~2.~ Twelve dozen.

~Grossness~, _n._ ~1.~ Greatness, bulkiness, bigness.

~2.~ Density, thickness.

~3.~ Coarseness, rudeness, indelicacy, vulgarity, impurity, want of
refinement.

~Grot~, _n._ Cave, cavern, grotto.

~Grotesque~, _a._ Fantastic, fanciful, odd, whimsical, extravagant,
unnatural, wild, strange, BIZARRE.

~Grotto~, _n._ Grot, cave, cavern.

~Ground~, _n._ ~1.~ Soil, earth, clod, turf, sod, loam, mould, surface
of land.

~2.~ Region, territory, country, land, domain.

~3.~ Estate, acres, field, real property, landed estate.

~4.~ Foundation, support, base, basis, groundwork.

~5.~ Motive, consideration, reason, cause, inducement, account.

~Ground~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Place on the ground.

~2.~ Found, establish, base, fix, set.

~Ground~, _v. n._ Run aground, get aground.

~Ground-hog~, _n._ Woodchuck, American marmot (_Arctomys monax_).

~Ground-ice~, _n._ Anchor-ice.

~Ground-ivy~, _n._ Gill, alehoof.

~Ground-nut~, _n._ ~1.~ Pig-nut, hawk-nut, earth-nut, earth-chestnut
(_Bunium flexuosum_).

~2.~ Peanut, earth-nut (_Arachis hypogæa_).

~3.~ Wild bean (_Apios tuberosa_).

~4.~ Dwarf ginseng (_Aralia trifolia_ or _Panax trifolium_).

~Ground-plate~, _n._ Sill, ground-sill, groundsel.

~Grounds~, _n. pl._ Lees, dregs, sediment, grouts, precipitate,
settlings.

~Ground-sill~, _a._ Sill, ground-plate.

~Groundsel~, _a._ Sill, ground-plate.

~Ground-squirrel~, _n._ Chipmunk.

~Groundwork~, _n._ ~1.~ Base, basis, substratum, foundation, support,
bottom, ground.

~2.~ Source, origin, first principle.

~Group~, _n._ Cluster, collection, assemblage, clump.

~Group~, _v. a._ Arrange, dispose, assign places to, form into groups.

~Grouse~, _n._ Heath-game.

~Grouts~, _n. pl._ Lees, GROUNDS.

~Grouty~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Sullen, moody, sulky, surly, morose,
cross, glum, grum, spleeny, cynical, crabbed, out of humor, out of
temper.

~Grove~, _n._ FOREST, wood, woodland, thicket, copse.

~Grovel~, _v. n._ Creep, crawl, sneak, fawn, cringe, lie low, lie prone.

~Grovelling~, _a._ [Written also _Groveling_.] ~1.~ Creeping,
crouching, squat.

~2.~ Low, mean, base, vile, abject, servile, slavish, cringing,
fawning, beggarly, sneaking, earth-born.

~Grow~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Enlarge, increase, expand, extend, be augmented,
become (_by degrees_) greater or larger.

~2.~ Vegetate, sprout, germinate, shoot, pullulate, put forth, shoot
up, spring up.

~3.~ Advance, improve, make progress, make improvement.

~4.~ Become, wax, come to be, get to be.

~Grow~, _v. a._ Raise, produce, cultivate.

~Grower~, _n._ Producer, cultivator.

~Grow fat~, Batten.

~Growing~, _a._ Increasing, enlarging.

~Grow out of~, Issue, proceed from, come from.

~Grow up~, Come to maturity.

~Growl~, _v. n._ Snarl, gnarl, grumble, murmur.

~Growl~, _n._ Snarl, murmur.

~Growth~, _n._ ~1.~ Increase, expansion, development.

~2.~ Produce, product.

~3.~ Advancement, advance, progress, improvement.

~Grub~, _v. a._ Dig, eradicate, dig up, root up, root out, grub up.

~Grub~, _v. n._ Dig, be meanly employed.

~Grub~, _n._ ~1.~ Catterpillar, larva.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] FOOD.

~Grub-axe~, _n._ Mattock, grubbing-hoe.

~Grubbing-hoe~, _n._ GRUB-AXE.

~Grudge~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Grant with reluctance, give unwillingly.

~2.~ Envy, begrudge, repine at.

~Grudge~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be reluctant, be unwilling.

~2.~ Repine, murmur, grieve, be envious.

~Grudge~, _n._ Hatred (_secretly and persistently entertained_),
pique, spite, malice, rancor, malevolence, ill-will, inveterate dislike.

~Grudging~, _n._ ~1.~ Envy.

~2.~ Reluctance, unwillingness, disinclination.

~Gruff~, _a._ Rough, churlish, rude, uncivil, uncourteous, ungracious,
impolite, bluff, blunt, harsh, BRUSQUE.

~Grum~, _a._ ~1.~ Sour, surly, morose, sullen, crabbed, glum, GROUTY.

~2.~ Guttural (_voice_), rumbling, deep in the throat.

~Grumble~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Complain, murmur, repine, croak, find fault.

~2.~ Growl, snarl, gnarl.

~3.~ Rumble, roar.

~Grumbler~, _n._ Murmurer, complainer, croaker, censurer, fault-finder.

~Grumbling~, _n._ Complaint, murmuring, repining, fault-finding.

~Grumous~, _a._ Clotted, concreted, thick.

~Grunter~, _n._ Hog, pig, swine.

~Guarantee~, _n._ Surety, security, caution, guaranty.

~Guarantee~, _v. a._ (_Law._) Warrant, insure, guaranty, become surety
for, be responsible for, answer for.

~Guarantor~, _n._ (_Law._) Warrantor.

~Guaranty~, _v. a._ (_Law._) Warrant, GUARANTEE.

~Guard~, _v. a._ Protect, defend, shield, shelter, keep in safety.

~Guard~, _v. n._ Watch, take care, be cautious, be vigilant.

~Guard~, _n._ ~1.~ Defence, protection, shield, security, bulwark,
rampart, ægis, palladium, safeguard.

~2.~ Sentinel, sentry, watch, watchman.

~3.~ Convoy, escort, conduct, body of defenders.

~4.~ Circumspection, care, watchfulness, caution, attention, heed.

~5.~ Conductor (_of a coach or of a railway train_).

~Guarded~, _a._ Cautious, wary, circumspect, watchful, careful.

~Guardian~, _n._ Warden, keeper, protector, defender, preserver,
guardian angel, tutelary saint.

~Guardian~, _a._ Protecting, tutelary.

~Guardsman~, _n._ Watchman, sentinel, sentry, guard.

~Guerdon~, _n._ [_Poetical._] Recompense, remuneration, requital,
reward.

~Guess~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Conjecture, divine, surmise, suspect, mistrust.

~2.~ Suppose, think, believe, fancy, imagine, take it, dare say,
venture to say.

~Guess~, _v. a._ Conjecture, divine.

~Guess~, _n._ Conjecture, surmise, supposition.

~Guest~, _n._ Visitor, visitant.

~Guffaw~, _n._ Laugh (_boisterous or loud_), horse-laugh.

~Guidance~, _n._ Direction, leadership, lead, conduct, government.

~Guide~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lead, conduct, pilot.

~2.~ Direct, rule, govern, manage, regulate, control, steer, preside
over, have charge of, take the direction of.

~Guide~, _n._ ~1.~ Director, conductor, pilot.

~2.~ Mentor, monitor, adviser, counsellor, instructor.

~3.~ CLAVIS, clew.

~Guide-post~, _n._ Finger-post.

~Guild~, _n._ Fraternity, association, society, company, corporation,
corporate body, joint concern.

~Guile~, _n._ Cunning, craft, subtlety, artfulness, artifice,
duplicity, deceit, deception, trickery, fraud.

~Guileless~, _a._ Artless, honest, sincere, undesigning,
unsophisticated, frank, pure, truthful, candid, ingenuous, open,
straightforward, single-minded, open-hearted, simple-hearted, simple-
minded.

~Guillemets~, _n. pl._ Quotation points or marks, marks of quotation,
inverted commas.

~Guilt~, _n._ Criminality, guiltiness, culpability.

~Guiltless~, _a._ Innocent, sinless, spotless, unspotted, unpolluted,
immaculate, unsullied, untarnished, blameless.

~Guilty~, _a._ Criminal, culpable.

~Guinea~, _n._ Twenty-one shillings.

~Guinea corn~, Doura, Indian millet, negro-corn (_Sorghum vulgare_).

~Guinea-fowl~, _n._ Guinea-hen (_Numida meleagris_).

~Guinea-hen~, _n._ GUINEA-FOWL.

~Guise~, _n._ ~1.~ Appearance, aspect, garb, dress, form, shape,
figure, fashion, manner, mode.

~2.~ [_Poetical._] Air, mien, demeanor, behavior.

~3.~ Practice, habit, custom, manner, mode.

~Gulch~, _n._ Ravine (_made by running water_), gully, CREVASSE.

~Gules~, _n._ [_Her._] Red (_represented by perpendicular lines_).

~Gulf~, _n._ ~1.~ Large bay.

~2.~ Abyss.

~Gull~, _v. a._ Deceive, cheat, dupe, trick, chouse, diddle, cozen,
overreach, circumvent, beguile, impose upon.

~Gull~, _n._ ~1.~ Cheat, trick, deception, imposition, fraud.

~2.~ Dupe, CAT'S-PAW.

~3.~ Mew, cob, seamew, sea-cob.

~Gullet~, _n._ Œsophagus.

~Gullibility~, _n._ [_Low._] Weak credulity.

~Gullible~, _a._ [_Low._] Credulous, easily duped.

~Gully~, _n._ GULCH, ravine, CREVASSE.

~Gulp~, _v. a._ Swallow greedily, BOLT.

~Gumbo~, _n._ [_U. S._] Okra (_Abelmoschus esculentus_).

~Gum-elastic~, _n._ Caoutchouc, india-rubber.

~Gumption~, _n._ ~1.~ [_Colloquial._] Shrewdness, TACT, address,
sagacity, discernment, skill, cleverness, ability, common sense.

~2.~ Magilp.

~Gum-rash~, _n._ (_Med._) Red-gum.

~Gum-tree~, _n._ ~1.~ Black-gum, sour-gum (_Nyssa multiflora_).

~2.~ [_U. S._] Sweet-gum, liquid-ambar (_Liquid-ambar styraciflora_).

~Gun~, _n._ Fire-arm, BLUNDERBUSS.

~Gun-cotton~, _n._ Pyroxyline.

~Guns~, _n. pl._ Fire-arms, CANNON.

~Gurgle~, _v. n._ Ripple, purl, murmur.

~Gush~, _v. n._ Spout out, burst forth, rush forth (_as a liquid_),
flow out suddenly.

~Gush~, _n._ Rush (_as of a liquid_), sudden efflux or outflow.

~Gusset~, _n._ Gore.

~Gust~, _n._ ~1.~ Taste.

~2.~ Relish, zest, liking, gusto.

~3.~ Blast, squall.

~4.~ Burst, outburst, fit, paroxysm.

~Gustable~, _a._ Relishable, savory, pleasant to the taste, sapid.

~Gusto~, _n._ Relish, zest, liking, gust.

~Gusty~, _a._ Stormy, tempestuous, windy, squally, blustering.

~Gut~, _n._ ~1.~ Intestine.

~2.~ Strait, narrow pass.

~Gut~, _v. a._ Eviscerate, disembowel, embowel, take out the bowels of.

~Guts~, _n. pl._ Viscera, intestines, entrails, bowels, inwards.

~Gutta serena~, [L.] (_Med._) Amaurosis, drop-serene.

~Gutter~, _n._ Channel, conduit.

~Guttural~, _a._ Of the throat.

~Guzzle~, _v. n._ Drink (_greedily or much_), carouse, tipple, tope.

~Guzzle~, _v. a._ Drink (_greedily or much_), quaff, swill, swig.

~Gymnasium~, _n._ ~1.~ Place for athletic exercises.

~2.~ School, seminary, academy, high-school.

~Gymnastic~, _a._ Athletic.

~Gymnastics~, _n. pl._ Athletic exercises.

~Gypsum~, _n._ Sulphate of lime (_native_).

~Gyrate~, _v. n._ Rotate, revolve, whirl, turn round, wheel round,
move in a circle.

~Gyration~, _n._ Rotation, whirling, revolution, circular motion.

~Gyves~, _n. pl._ Fetters, shackles, chains.



H


~Habiliment~, _n._ Dress, garment, clothes, apparel, raiment, vesture,
garb, habit, costume, vestment.

~Habit~, _n._ ~1.~ Condition (_of the body_), constitution, temperament.

~2.~ Custom (_of an individual_), usage, wont, practice, habitude,
way, manner, second nature.

~3.~ Dress, garb, HABILIMENT.

~Habit~, _v. a._ Dress, clothe, array, attire, accoutre.

~Habitable~, _a._ Inhabitable.

~Habitancy~, _n._ Inhabitancy, residence, legal settlement.

~Habitat~, _n._ Natural locality (_of a plant or an animal_).

~Habitation~, _n._ Abode, dwelling, lodging, domicile, quarters, head-
quarters, dwelling-place, place of abode, place of residence.

~Habitual~, _a._ Usual, customary, accustomed, wonted, common,
regular, ordinary, familiar, every-day.

~Habituate~, _v. a._ Accustom, familiarize, inure, use, train, harden.

~Habitude~, _n._ Custom, usage, practice, wont, HABIT.

~Hacienda~, _n._ [Sp.] Plantation, farm, estate.

~Hack~, _v. a._ Cut (_clumsily_), hew, chop, mangle, hackle.

~Hack~, _n._ ~1.~ Notch, cut.

~2.~ Hired horse, worn-out horse.

~3.~ Drudge, over-worked man.

~4.~ Hackney-coach.

~Hack~, _a._ Hired, mercenary, hireling, hackney.

~Hackee~, _n._ [_U. S._] Chipmunk, striped squirrel.

~Hackle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cut (_clumsily_), hew, chop, hack, haggle.

~2.~ Hatchel, dress (_flax_).

~Hackmatack~, _n._ Tamarack, American larch, black larch (_Larix
pendula_ or _Larix Americana_).

~Hackney~, _a._ Common, hired, hack.

~Hackney-coach~, _n._ Hack.

~Hackneyed~, _a._ ~1.~ Worn out, much used.

~2.~ Common, commonplace, threadbare, trite, stale, beaten.

~Had as lief~, Would as willingly, gladly, or freely, would as lief.

~Hades~, _n._ Grave, invisible world, region of the dead.

~Had like~, Came near, had nearly, came little short.

~Haft~, _n._ Handle (_of an instrument_), stock.

~Hag~, _n._ Fury, beldam, she-monster, Jezebel, virago, vixen, ugly
old woman.

~Haggard~, _a._ ~1.~ Wild, wayward, intractable, unruly, refractory,
untamed, not domesticated.

~2.~ Gaunt, lean, meagre, spare, worn, wasted, rawboned.

~Haggish~, _a._ Ugly, deformed, horrid.

~Haggle~, _v. n._ Higgle, chaffer, be tedious in a bargain.

~Haggle~, _v. a._ Cut (_clumsily_), hew, chop, hack, hackle.

~Hail~, _v. a._ Salute, greet, welcome, call to.

~Hail-fellow~, _n._ Intimate, associate, companion.

~Hair-salt~, _n._ Native sulphate of magnesia.

~Halcyon~, _n._ Kingfisher.

~Halcyon~, _a._ Placid, calm, quiet, still, peaceful, tranquil,
undisturbed, unruffled, serene, palmy, happy.

~Hale~, _a._ Healthy, sound, strong, hearty, hardy, robust, well, in
good health.

~Half~, _n._ Moiety.

~Hallelujah~, _interj._ Hosanna.

~Half-note~, _n._ Minim, half a semibreve.

~Half-seas-over~, _a._ [_Low._] Fuddled, disguised, boozy, muddled,
tipsy, mellow, corned, crapulous, GROGGY, tight, SLEWED, MUZZY, NAPPY,
high, somewhat drunk, slightly intoxicated, in liquor, in one's cups,
the worse for liquor, THREE SHEETS IN THE WIND, has had a drop too much.

~Half-wit~, _n._ Blockhead, simpleton, DUNCE.

~Half-witted~, _a._ Dull, stupid, stolid, doltish, foolish, soft,
silly, shallow, sappy, weak-headed, weak-minded, feeble-minded,
shallow-brained, blunt-witted, dull-witted, thick-skulled.

~Half-yearly~, _a._ Semi-annual.

~Half-yearly~, _ad._ Semi-annually.

~Halicore~, _n._ (_Zoöl._) Dugong.

~Hall~, _n._ ~1.~ Large room, chamber.

~2.~ Entry (_of a house_), entrance.

~3.~ Manor-house.

~Hallabaloo~, [_Low._] Racket, clamor, din, uproar, hubbub, outcry,
vociferation, disturbance.

~Halloo~, _v. n._ Shout, call, cry out.

~Halloo~, _n._ Holla, shout, call.

~Hallow~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Consecrate, sanctify, dedicate, devote, make
holy, invest with solemnity.

~2.~ Reverence, honor, respect, venerate, pay homage to, render honor
to.

~Hallowed~, _a._ Holy, sacred, blessed.

~Hallowmas~, _n._ Feast of All-Souls.

~Hallucination~, _n._ ~1.~ Error, blunder, mistake, fallacy.

~2.~ Illusion, delusion, monomania, self-deception, phantasm,
aberration.

~Halo~, _n._ ~1.~ Ring (_of light_).

~2.~ (_Painting._) Glory.

~Halt~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Stop, hold, stand still, stop short, pull up,
take breath, lie by, LIE TO.

~2.~ Limp, hobble, walk lamely.

~Halt~, _a._ Lame, crippled.

~Halt~, _n._ ~1.~ Stop, stand, stand still.

~2.~ Limp, limping gait.

~Halve~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Divide into two equal parts, bisect.

~2.~ Scarf (_as timbers_), join by a scarf.

~Hamadryad~, _n._ Wood-nymph, nymph of the woods.

~Hamate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Hooked.

~Hamlet~, _n._ Small village.

~Hammer and tongs~, [_Colloquial expression used adverbially._]
Strenuously, vigorously, earnestly, zealously, resolutely,
energetically, with all one's might, with might and main, TOOTH AND
NAIL, PUGNIS ET CALCIBUS, through thick and thin, through fire and
water.

~Hammer-fish~, _n._ Balance-fish, hammer-head, hammer-headed shark
(_Zygœna vulgaris_).

~Hammer-head~, _n._ HAMMER-FISH.

~Hammock~, _n._ Swinging bed.

~Hamper~, _n._ ~1.~ Crate.

~2.~ Fetter, shackle, clog, chain.

~Hamper~, _v. a._ Shackle, fetter, entangle, clog, encumber, restrain,
hinder, impede, clog.

~Hamstring~, _v. a._ Hough.

~Hand~, _n._ ~1.~ Palm and fingers, PAW.

~2.~ Palm, four inches (_in estimating the height of a horse_), hand-
breadth.

~3.~ Side (_right or left_).

~4.~ Skill, ability, talent, faculty, dexterity.

~5.~ Handiwork, workmanship.

~6.~ Mode of procedure.

~7.~ Agency, intervention, participation.

~8.~ Possession, control, power.

~9.~ Laborer, workman, operative, EMPLOYÉ, artisan, artificer,
craftsman.

~10.~ Index, pointer, indicator.

~11.~ Chirography, handwriting, style of penmanship.

~Hand in hand~, Conjointly, unitedly, in union.

~Hand to hand~, In close fight.

~Hand and glove~, Very intimate, very friendly, very familiar.

~Hand~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Give (_with the hand_), transmit, present, pass
by hand.

~2.~ Lead, conduct, guide.

~Hand down~, Transmit in succession.

~Handbook~, _n._ Manual.

~Hand-breadth~, _n._ Palm, hand, four inches.

~Handcuff~, _n._ Manacle, hand-fetter.

~Handcuff~, _v. a._ Manacle.

~Hand-fetter~, _n._ Handcuff, manacle.

~Handful~, _n._ Maniple.

~Handicraft~, _n._ Manual occupation.

~Handicraftsman~, _n._ Artisan, mechanic, artificer, workman, hand,
craftsman.

~Handiwork~, _n._ Hand, workmanship, manufacture.

~Handle~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Touch, feel, feel of.

~2.~ Manage, use, wield.

~3.~ Treat, discuss, discourse on, treat of.

~4.~ Deal with.

~Handle~, _n._ ~1.~ Haft, stock.

~2.~ BAIL.

~Handmaid~, _n._ Maid-servant, female servant.

~Handmaiden~, _n._ Maid-servant, female servant.

~Hands~, _n. pl._ CLUTCHES.

~Handscrew~, _n._ Jack.

~Hands off~, Forbear, desist, keep off, don't touch it.

~Handsome~, _a._ ~1.~ Beautiful (_with dignity or grandeur_) comely,
fair, PRETTY, well-formed, well-proportioned.

~2.~ Generous, liberal, disinterested, noble, magnanimous.

~3.~ Ample, sufficient, plentiful.

~Handwriting~, _n._ Hand, chirography, style of penmanship.

~Handy~, _a._ ~1.~ Dexterous, adroit, ready, expert, skilful, skilled,
clever.

~2.~ Convenient, near, at hand, close at hand.

~Hang~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Suspend.

~2.~ Execute (_by the halter_), hang by the neck.

~3.~ Attach (_so as to swing_).

~4.~ Incline (_the head_), decline, bend down, let droop.

~5.~ Drape, adorn with hangings.

~Hang~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Depend, dangle, be suspended.

~2.~ Incline, droop, tend downwards.

~3.~ Depend, rely, be dependent.

~4.~ Rest, cling.

~5.~ Be held in fixed attention.

~6.~ Hover, float, play.

~Hang around~, Loiter about.

~Hang-back~, Demur, hesitate, be backward, be reluctant.

~Hang fire~, Be long in discharging (_said of a gun_).

~Hang on~, ~1.~ Rely on, depend on, wait on, dance attendance on.

~2.~ Continue, last, be protracted.

~3.~ Stick, cling, keep hold, hold fast, hold on, stick to.

~Hang out~, Display.

~Hang over~, ~1.~ Project at top, lean over.

~2.~ Threaten, impend over.

~Hang-bird~, _n._ Baltimore oriole, golden robin (_Icterus Baltimore_
or _Oriolus Baltimore_).

~Hang-dog~, _n._ Mean, base, or scurvy fellow.

~Hanger-on~, _n._ Parasite, dependant, minion, vassal.

~Hanging~, _n._ ~1.~ Suspension.

~2.~ Death by the halter.

~Hangings~, _n. pl._ Drapery, tapestry.

~Hang one's head~, Feel ashamed, take shame to one's self, hide one's
face, hide one's diminished head, draw in one's horns.

~Hang together~, ~1.~ Keep united, stick together, hold together.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Be consistent (_as the parts of a story_).

~Hang up one's fiddle~, [_Colloquial._] Quit business, shut up shop,
give up one's occupation.

~Hanker after~, Covet, long for, lust for, desire ardently, have a
strong desire for.

~Hankering~, _n._ Longing, craving, strong desire.

~Hap~, _n._ Chance, fortune, accident, haphazard, luck, casual event.

~Haphazard~, _n._ Chance, hap.

~Hapless~, _a._ Luckless, unlucky, unfortunate, unhappy, wretched,
miserable, forlorn, ill-starred, ill-fated.

~Haply~, _ad._ Perhaps, perchance, possibly, PERADVENTURE, by chance,
by accident, maybe, it may be, as luck may have it, as it may turn up,
as it may happen.

~Happen~, _v. n._ Chance, occur, befall, betide, come, take place,
turn up, fall out, come to pass.

~Happily~, _ad._ ~1.~ Luckily, fortunately, by good fortune, as luck
would have it.

~2.~ Successfully, prosperously, in a happy manner.

~3.~ Gracefully, dexterously, skilfully, felicitously.

~Happiness~, _n._ Felicity, bliss, beatitude, blessedness, enjoyment,
welfare, well-being, prosperity.

~Happy~, _a._ ~1.~ Joyous, joyful, blissful, blessed, blest.

~2.~ Pleased, gratified, delighted, rejoiced, glad, gladdened, charmed.

~3.~ Lucky, fortunate, prosperous, successful.

~4.~ Ready, apt, skilful, adroit, dexterous, expert, able.

~5.~ Seasonable, opportune, befitting, pertinent, felicitous, well-
timed.

~6.~ Auspicious, propitious, favorable.

~Harangue~, _n._ Declamatory speech, public address, popular oration.

~Harangue~, _v. n._ Declaim, spout, make a declamatory speech.

~Harangue~, _v. a._ Address (_in a declamatory style_), make an
harangue to.

~Harass~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fatigue, tire, weary, fag, jade, exhaust, tire
out, KNOCK UP.

~2.~ Vex, plague, worry, tease, distress, trouble, molest, disturb,
harry, drive from pillar to post.

~Harbinger~, _n._ Forerunner, precursor, herald.

~Harbor~, _n._ ~1.~ Asylum, refuge, shelter, covert, sanctuary,
retreat, resting-place, place of shelter.

~2.~ Port, haven, harbor, destination.

~Harbor~, _v. n._ Take shelter, find a harbor.

~Harbor~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Shelter, lodge, protect.

~2.~ Entertain, cherish, indulge, foster.

~3.~ (_Law._) Secrete, receive clandestinely.

~Hard~, _a._ ~1.~ Firm, solid, compact, impenetrable, unyielding, not
soft.

~2.~ Difficult, embarrassing, perplexing, puzzling, knotty, intricate,
not easily understood.

~3.~ Laborious, arduous, toilsome, fatiguing, wearying.

~4.~ Unfeeling, unkind, insensible, unsusceptible, cruel, oppressive,
rigorous, severe, unyielding, inflexible, callous, obdurate, hard-
hearted.

~5.~ Grievous, distressing, calamitous, painful, disagreeable,
unpleasant.

~6.~ Inclement, stormy, tempestuous, cold.

~7.~ Harsh, rough, sour, acid.

~8.~ Coarse, unpalatable.

~9.~ Unfavorable, unprosperous, unpropitious.

~10.~ Stiff, constrained, forced, unnatural, ungraceful.

~11.~ Excessive, intemperate.

~Hard~, _ad._ ~1.~ Close, near.

~2.~ Laboriously, diligently, earnestly, incessantly, energetically.

~3.~ With difficulty, not easily.

~4.~ Distressfully, painfully, severely, rigorously.

~5.~ Vehemently, forcibly, violently.

~Hard-a-lee~, (_Naut._) Close to the lee side.

~Hard-a-port~, (_Naut._) Close to the larboard side.

~Hard-a-starboard~, (_Naut._) Close to the starboard side.

~Hard-a-weather~, (_Naut._) Close to the windward side.

~Hard biscuit~, Cracker.

~Hard by~, Close by, very near.

~Hard coal~, Anthracite, glance-coal, blind-coal, stone-coal, CULM.

~Harden~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Indurate, make hard, make callous.

~2.~ Habituate, inure, season, accustom, form, train, discipline.

~3.~ Strengthen, fortify, steel, nerve, brace.

~4.~ Sear, make callous, render insensible.

~5.~ Make obdurate, confirm in wickedness.

~Harden~, _v. n._ Grow or become hard.

~Hardened~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Indurated, made hard.

~2.~ Confirmed, inured, accustomed, habituated, seasoned, trained.

~3.~ Deadened, seared, steeled, unfeeling, benumbed, callous,
insensible.

~4.~ Depraved, reprobate, obdurate, impenitent, lost, abandoned,
incorrigible, irreclaimable.

~Hard-favored~, _a._ Ugly, ill-favored, homely, ill-looking, hard-
visaged, of coarse features.

~Hard-featured~, _a._ Ugly, ill-favored, homely, ill-looking, hard-
visaged, of coarse features.

~Hard-fisted~, _a._ Avaricious, covetous, penurious, miserly,
niggardly, sordid, stingy, mercenary, mean, close-fisted.

~Hardhack~, _n._ Steeple-bush (_Spiræa tomentosa_).

~Hardhead~, _n._ Menhaden, pauhaugen, moss-bunker.

~Hard-hearted~, _a._ Cruel, unfeeling, merciless, unmerciful,
uncompassionate, unpitying, ruthless, fell, pitiless, relentless,
unrelenting, inexorable, barbarous, savage, ferocious, inhuman.

~Hardihood~, _n._ Firmness, fortitude, resolution, pluck, mettle,
manhood, courage, bravery, intrepidity, boldness, audacity,
determination, resolution, decision.

~Hardly~, _ad._ ~1.~ Scarcely, barely, but just, almost not.

~2.~ Severely, rigorously, unkindly, cruelly, roughly.

~Hardness~, _n._ ~1.~ Firmness, solidity, compactness, impenetrability.

~2.~ Difficulty, perplexity.

~3.~ Scarcity, penury.

~4.~ Hardship, suffering, tribulation.

~Hards~, _n. pl._ Tow, refuse flax.

~Hardship~, _n._ ~1.~ Toil, fatigue.

~2.~ Grievance, suffering, trial, affliction, calamity, misfortune,
trouble, burden.

~Hard-visaged~, _a._ Ugly, homely, hard-favored, hard-featured, ill-
favored, ill-looking, of coarse features.

~Hardy~, _a._ ~1.~ Bold, intrepid, resolute, brave, daring, valiant,
heroic, manly, courageous, stout-hearted.

~2.~ Strong, robust, firm, stout, lusty, rigorous, healthy, hearty,
hale, sound.

~Hare-brained~, _a._ Rash, reckless, headlong, heedless, careless,
wild, unsteady, giddy, volatile, flighty, giddy-brained, HARUM-SCARUM.

~Harfang~, _n._ Hawk-owl (_Surnea nyctea_ or _Strix nyctea_), Canada
owl.

~Hariff~, _n._ Cleavers, goose-grass, catch-weed, scratch-weed
(_Galium aparine_).

~Hark~, _interj._ Hear, listen, give ear.

~Harlequin~, _n._ Buffoon, jester, droll, mountebank, merry-Andrew,
punch, clown, zany, scaramouch, fool, antic, jack-pudding, pickle-
herring.

~Harlequinade~, _n._ Masking, mummery, masquerade, buffoonery,
foolery, tomfoolery.

~Harlot~, _n._ Whore, STRUMPET.

~Harm~, _n._ ~1.~ Injury, hurt, detriment, damage, prejudice,
disadvantage.

~2.~ Evil, mischief, wrong, criminality, wickedness.

~Harm~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Injure, hurt, damage, do harm to.

~2.~ Maltreat, molest, abuse, ill-use, ill-treat.

~Harmful~, _a._ Injurious, detrimental, mischievous, pernicious,
deleterious, noxious, baneful, prejudicial, disadvantageous, hurtful.

~Harmless~, _a._ ~1.~ Innoxious, innocuous, not hurtful.

~2.~ Inoffensive, unoffending.

~3.~ Uninjured, unhurt, unharmed.

~Harmonic~, _a._ ~1.~ Harmonious, concordant, consonant.

~Harmonical~, _a._ ~1.~ Harmonious, concordant, consonant.

~2.~ Melodious, tuneful, musical.

~Harmonious~, _a._ ~1.~ Concordant, harmonic, consonant.

~2.~ Melodious, tuneful, musical, dulcet, mellifluous.

~3.~ Correspondent, consistent, congruent, symmetrical.

~4.~ Friendly, amicable, cordial, brotherly, fraternal, neighborly.

~Harmonize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make harmonious.

~2.~ (_Music._) Set accompanying parts to.

~Harmonize~, _v. n._ Accord, agree, correspond, chime, comport, tally,
square, quadrate, cohere, be in unison, be harmonious.

~Harmony~, _n._ ~1.~ Concord (_especially of sounds or tones_),
accord, accordance, consonance, concordance, unison, agreement, chime.

~2.~ Adaptation, correspondence, consistency, congruity, congruence,
fitness, suitableness.

~3.~ Peace, amity, friendship, good understanding.

~Harmotome~, _n._ Cross-stone, staurolite.

~Harness~, _n._ Tackling.

~Harness~, _v. a._ Tackle, put in harness.

~Harp~, _n._ Lyre.

~Harp~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Play on the harp.

~2.~ Dwell (_tediously_).

~Harping~, _n._ ~1.~ Harp-music.

~2.~ Dwelling, repetition, iteration, reiteration.

~Harping-iron~, _n._ Harpoon.

~Harpoon~, _n._ Harping-iron.

~Harpooneer~, _n._ Harpooner.

~Harpooner~, _n._ Harpooneer.

~Harpseal~, _n._ Greenland seal (_Phoca Grœnlandica_).

~Harpy~, _n._ ~1.~ Duck-hawk, marsh-harrier, moor-buzzard (_Circus
æruginosus _).

~2.~ Extortioner, sharper, plunderer.

~Harry~, _v. a._ Worry, annoy, molest, plague, torment, trouble,
tease, vex, harass, fret, gall, chafe, bore, incommode, disturb.

~Harsh~, _a._ ~1.~ Rough.

~2.~ Sour, acrid, tart, crabbed, hard, biting, sharp, caustic,
corrosive.

~3.~ Grating, discordant, jarring.

~4.~ Crabbed, morose, stern, severe, austere, acrimonious, ill-
tempered, out of humor, out of temper.

~5.~ Rude, uncivil, bluff, blunt, gruff, ungracious, churlish,
bearish, brutal.

~Harshness~, _n._ ~1.~ Roughness.

~2.~ Austerity, rigor, severity, sternness, crabbedness, moroseness,
churlishness, ill-temper, bad blood.

~3.~ Rudeness, incivility, bluntness, bluffness.

~Hart~, _n._ Stag, male red deer.

~Hartshorn~, _n._ Carbonate of ammonia (_in solution_), spirit of
hartshorn, liquid ammonia.

~Harum-scarum~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Volatile, HARE-BRAINED, rash,
precipitate, wild.

~Haruspice~, _n._ Diviner, SOOTHSAYER.

~Harvest~, _n._ ~1.~ Ingathering.

~2.~ Produce, crops.

~3.~ Effect, product, result, consequence.

~Harvest~, _v. a._ Gather in.

~Harvest-fly~, _n._ Locust (_popularly but erroneously so called_).

~Harvest-man~, _n._ ~1.~ Laborer in the harvest.

~2.~ Father-long-legs, daddy-long-legs, shepherd-spider.

~Hash~, _v. a._ Mince, chop.

~Hash~, _n._ Minced meat, hashed meat.

~Hasp~, _n._ ~1.~ Clasp (_to be put over a staple_).

~2.~ Hook.

~Hastate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Spear-shaped.

~Hastated~, _a._ (_Bot._) Spear-shaped.

~Haste~, _n._ ~1.~ Despatch, promptitude, quickness, expedition,
celerity, speed.

~2.~ Hurry, precipitance, vehemence, precipitation.

~Haste~, _v. n._ Hasten, be quick, make haste.

~Hasten~, _v. n._ Haste, hurry, move quickly, move speedily, be quick,
be in a hurry, make haste, mend one's pace, lose no time, lose not a
moment, make the best of one's way, wing one's way, crowd sail, clap
spurs to one's horse.

~Hasten~, _v. a._ Expedite, despatch, speed, accelerate, quicken,
precipitate, press on, urge on, urge forward, push forward.

~Hasty~, _a._ ~1.~ Quick, swift, rapid, fleet, speedy, fast, brisk.

~2.~ Cursory, slight, hurried.

~3.~ Rash, precipitate, headlong, reckless, thoughtless, indiscreet.

~4.~ Passionate, irritable, touchy, testy, pettish, waspish, petulant,
peevish, fretful, fiery, choleric, irascible, excitable, hot, peppery.

~Hat~, _n._ Beaver.

~Hatch~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Breed (_from eggs_).

~2.~ Quicken (_by incubation or by heat_).

~3.~ Concoct, devise, plan, contrive, plot, design, scheme, project,
brew, lay out, chalk out, meditate upon.

~Hatch~, _n._ ~1.~ Brood.

~2.~ Hatchway.

~Hatchel~, _v. a._ Hackle, dress (_flax_).

~Hatcher~, _n._ ~1.~ Incubator.

~2.~ Contriver, projector, deviser.

~Hatchet~, _n._ Small axe.

~Hatchway~, _n._ Hatch.

~Hate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bear malice to, owe a grudge to.

~2.~ DETEST, abhor, abominate, loathe, nauseate, shrink from, recoil
from.

~Hate~, _n._ Hatred, detestation, animosity, enmity, hostility,
antipathy.

~Hateful~, _a._ ~1.~ Malignant, malevolent.

~2.~ Abominable, detestable, execrable, horrid, shocking, damnable,
accursed.

~3.~ Loathsome, disgusting, nauseous, offensive, foul, repulsive,
obnoxious, revolting, vile, abhorrent, repugnant.

~Hatred~, _n._ ~1.~ Hate, enmity, hostility, disaffection, disfavor,
alienation, estrangement, odium, animosity, ill-will, great dislike.

~2.~ Abhorrence, detestation, abomination, horror, loathing, disgust,
antipathy, repugnance.

~Hattock~, _n._ Shock (_of corn_), stook.

~Haughtiness~, _n._ Arrogance, disdain, loftiness, HAUTEUR.

~Haughty~, _a._ Arrogant, disdainful, supercilious, assuming, proud,
lofty.

~Haul~, _v. a._ Drag, draw, pull, tug, tow, lug, trail, take in tow.

~Haul~, _n._ ~1.~ Pull, tug.

~2.~ Draught.

~Haunch~, _n._ Hip.

~Haunt~, _v. a._ Frequent, resort to.

~Haunt~, _n._ Retreat, resort, den, place much frequented.

~Hautboy~, _n._ Oboe.

~Hauteur~, _n._ [Fr.] Haughtiness, arrogance, loftiness, stateliness,
disdain, superciliousness, conceit, pride, self-importance, self-
conceit.

~Have~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Hold (_whether one's own or not_).

~2.~ Possess, own, be in possession of, be seized of.

~3.~ Be favored with.

~4.~ Be the subject of.

~5.~ Regard, consider, esteem.

~6.~ Require, wish, desire.

~7.~ Obtain, acquire, receive, get, gain.

~8.~ Be obliged, be under the necessity.

~9.~ Accept (_as husband or as wife_), take.

~10.~ Beget, be the parent of.

~Have a bee in the head~, Be a little crazy, be cracked.

~Have a finger in~, Have a share in, be concerned in, have a hand in.

~Have a hand in~, Be concerned in, have a share in, have a finger in.

~Have an eye to~, Pay particular attention to, have especial regard
to, not overlook, not lose sight of.

~Have at heart~, Be deeply interested in, be specially anxious about.

~Have done with~, Have no further concern with, be through with, have
ceased to be concerned with.

~Have in hand~, Be engaged upon.

~Haven~, _n._ ~1.~ Harbor, port.

~2.~ Shelter, asylum, place of safety.

~Havoc~, _n._ Ravage, devastation, destruction, desolation, waste,
ruin, spoil, pillage, rapine, spoliation, slaughter, carnage.

~Have on~, Wear.

~Have one's hands full~, Have much to do, be very busy, have much upon
one's hands, be under a press of business.

~Have on the hip~, [_Colloquial._] Conquer, subdue, vanquish, defeat,
overcome, overthrow, overpower, get the better of, prevail over, get
the upper hand of, get the whip hand of.

~Have to do with~, Concern one's self with, have concern with, deal
with.

~Haw~, _v. n._ Hesitate (_in speaking_), stammer, stutter, falter, hum
and haw.

~Hawfinch~, _n._ Grossbeak (_Coccothraustes vulgaris_).

~Hawk~, _n._ Falcon.

~Hawk~, _v. a._ Cry, sell by outcry.

~Hawk-eyed~, _a._ Sharp-sighted, quick-sighted, keen-eyed, eagle-eyed,
lynx-eyed, Argus-eyed.

~Hawk-moth~, _n._ Death's-head moth.

~Hawk-nut~, _n._ Ground-nut.

~Hawk-owl~, _n._ Canada owl, HARFANG.

~Hawthorn~, _n._ Whitethorn (_Cratœgus oxyacantha_).

~Hazard~, _n._ ~1.~ Chance, casualty, accident, fortuitous event.

~2.~ Danger, peril, risk, jeopardy.

~Hazard~, _v. a._ Venture, adventure, risk, jeopard, peril, imperil,
endanger, put in danger, put at hazard.

~Hazardous~, _a._ Dangerous, perilous, RISKY, unsafe, fraught with
danger.

~Haze~, _n._ ~1.~ Fog, mist.

~2.~ Obscurity, dimness.

~Hazel~, _a._ Light brown.

~Hazy~, _a._ Foggy, misty.

~He~, _a._ Male.

~Head~, _n._ ~1.~ Seat of the brain, NODDLE.

~2.~ Top, summit, CAPITAL, upper part, acme.

~3.~ Fore part, front part.

~4.~ Commencement, beginning, rise, source, origin.

~5.~ Chief part, principal part.

~6.~ Person, individual.

~7.~ Chief, chieftain, leader, principal, corypheus, commander,
master, director, superintendent.

~8.~ First place, place of honor.

~9.~ Understanding, intellect, mind, thought.

~10.~ Topic, subject.

~11.~ Class, division, section, department, category.

~12.~ Height (_of water applicable to the driving of a water-wheel_).

~Head~, _a._ ~1.~ Chief, principal, highest, first.

~2.~ (_Naut._) Adverse (_said of the wind_), contrary.

~Head and ears~, Completely, entirely, wholly.

~Head and shoulders~, ~1.~ Violently, by force.

~2.~ By far, by a great deal, by the height of head and shoulders.

~Head~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lead, direct, command, govern, rule.

~2.~ Put a head on, fit with a head.

~3.~ Get in front of (_in order to stop_), intercept, head off.

~Head~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Form a head (_said of a plant_).

~2.~ Tend, be pointed, be directed.

~Headache~, _n._ Cephalalgy.

~Head-foremost~, _ad._ ~1.~ With the head first.

~2.~ Rashly, hastily, precipitately, headlong.

~Headiness~, _n._ ~1.~ Rashness, hurry, precipitation.

~2.~ Obstinacy, stubbornness.

~Heading~, _n._ Title, CAPTION.

~Head-dress~, _n._ Coiffure.

~Headland~, _n._ Promontory, cape, foreland.

~Headless~, _a._ Acephalous.

~Headlong~, _ad._ Rashly, hastily, precipitately, head-foremost,
thoughtlessly, without deliberation.

~Head-master~, _n._ Principal (_of a school_).

~Head-money~, _n._ Poll-tax, capitation-tax.

~Head off~, Intercept, head, get before.

~Head-piece~, _n._ Helmet, helm, morion.

~Headsman~, _n._ Executioner.

~Headstone~, _n._ ~1.~ Corner-stone.

~2.~ Gravestone.

~Headstrong~, _a._ Stubborn, obstinate, dogged, cantankerous,
ungovernable, unruly, intractable, heady, self-willed, cross-grained.

~Head-voice~, _n._ Falsetto.

~Head-work~, _n._ Mental labor, intellectual labor.

~Heady~, _a._ ~1.~ Rash, impetuous, hasty, precipitate.

~2.~ Stubborn, HEADSTRONG.

~Heal~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cure, remedy, restore, make sound or whole.

~2.~ Reconcile, compose, settle, make up.

~Heal~, _v. n._ Be cured, become sound.

~Healds~, _n. pl._ Heddle.

~Healing~, _a._ Sanative, curative.

~Health~, _n._ Soundness, freedom from disease.

~Healthful~, _a._ Wholesome, salubrious, salutary, healthy, health-
giving.

~Health-giving~, _a._ HEALTHFUL, wholesome.

~Healthy~, _a._ ~1.~ Sound, hale, hearty, vigorous, well, in good
health, in good case.

~2.~ Wholesome, salubrious, salutary, healthful, health-giving.

~Heap~, _n._ Pile, mass, collection, accumulation.

~Heap~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Pile, lay in a heap, throw into a heap.

~2.~ Amass, accumulate, heap up.

~Heap up~, Amass, HEAP.

~Hear~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Perceive by the ear.

~2.~ Give audience to, listen to, attend to.

~3.~ Regard, heed, give heed to.

~4.~ Try, examine judicially.

~Hear~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Enjoy the sense of hearing.

~2.~ Listen, hearken, attend, give ear.

~3.~ Be told, be informed, have an account.

~Hearing~, _n._ ~1.~ Sense of hearing.

~2.~ Audience, opportunity to be heard.

~3.~ Trial, judicial examination.

~4.~ Hearing distance.

~Hearken~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Listen, hear.

~2.~ Attend, give heed, pay regard.

~Hearsay~, _n._ Rumor, report, fame, bruit, common talk, town talk.

~Heart~, _n._ ~1.~ Seat of life.

~2.~ Centre, interior, core, kernel, inner part, vital part.

~3.~ Disposition, mind, will, inclination, purpose, intent, affection,
passion.

~4.~ Courage, spirit, firmness, fortitude, resolution.

~Heartache~, _n._ Grief, sorrow, distress, affliction, woe,
bitterness, broken heart, heavy heart, bleeding heart.

~Heart-broken~, _a._ Disconsolate, inconsolable, woebegone, forlorn,
miserable, wretched, desolate, cheerless, comfortless, broken-hearted,
in despair.

~Heartburn~, _n._ Cardialgia, cardialgy.

~Heart-burning~, _n._ Grudge, resentment, spleen, gall, rankling,
animosity, secret enmity.

~Hearten~, _v. a._ Encourage, embolden, animate, inspirit, enhearten,
cheer, incite, stimulate, assure, reassure, comfort, console, buoy up.

~Heart-felt~, _a._ Deep, profound, hearty, cordial, deep-felt, home-
felt.

~Hearth~, _n._ Fireside, home, hearth-stone.

~Hearth-stone~, _n._ Fireside.

~Heartily~, _ad._ ~1.~ Sincerely, cordially, from the heart, with all
the heart.

~2.~ Vigorously, earnestly, eagerly, ardently, warmly, zealously, with
ardor, with zeal, with resolution.

~3.~ Freely, largely, with good appetite.

~Heart's-ease~, _n._ (_Bot._) Pansy (_Viola tricolor_).

~Heart-shaped~, _a._ Cordate.

~Heart-stirring~, _a._ Inspiring, animating.

~Hearty~, _a._ ~1.~ Zealous, earnest, warm, affectionate, cordial,
sincere, heartfelt, unfeigned.

~2.~ Healthy, hale, sound, strong, well, robust, in good health.

~Heat~, _n._ ~1.~ Caloric.

~2.~ Warmth.

~3.~ Degree of temperature.

~4.~ Excitement, flush, vehemence, impetuosity, violence, passion,
fever.

~5.~ Ardor, earnestness, fervor, zeal.

~6.~ Contest, struggle, race.

~Heat~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make hot.

~2.~ Excite, flush, make feverish.

~3.~ Warm, animate, rouse.

~Heather~, _n._ [_Scottish._] Heath.

~Heath-cock~, _n._ Black-grouse, black-game, blackcock (_Tetrao
tetrix_).

~Heathen~, _n. & a._ Gentile, pagan, heathenish.

~Heathenish~, _a._ ~1.~ Heathen, pagan, gentile.

~2.~ Barbarous, savage, cruel, inhuman.

~Heathenism~, _n._ ~1.~ Paganism, gentilism.

~2.~ Barbarism.

~Heath~, _n._ HEATHER.

~Heathery~, _a._ Heathy.

~Heath-game~, _n._ Grouse.

~Heathy~, _a._ Heathery.

~Heating~, _a._ Calorific, heat-producing.

~Heat-producing~, _a._ HEATING.

~Heave~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Lift, hoist, raise, elevate, raise up.

~2.~ Breathe, force from the breast.

~3.~ Throw, toss, hurl, send, fling.

~Heave~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Pant.

~2.~ Swell, dilate, expand.

~3.~ Retch, keck, try to vomit.

~4.~ Struggle, strive, make an effort.

~Heave in sight~, (_Naut._) Appear, come in sight, become visible,
come into view, open to the view.

~Heave~, _n._ ~1.~ Swell, rising, swelling, heaving.

~2.~ Retching, effort to vomit.

~3.~ Struggle, striving, effort.

~4.~ Fling, throw.

~Heaven~, _n._ ~1.~ Firmament, sky, welkin, empyrean, celestial
sphere, starry heaven, vault of heaven, canopy of heaven.

~2.~ Paradise, Elysium, abode of the blessed.

~3.~ GOD, Jehovah, Lord.

~4.~ Exalted state, state of bliss, great felicity, supreme happiness.

~Heavenly~, _a._ ~1.~ Celestial, of the firmament, of the visible
heavens.

~2.~ Divine, angelic, seraphic, cherubic, godlike.

~Heavenly-minded~, _a._ Devout, pious, religious, godly, reverent,
spiritually-minded.

~Heaviness~, _n._ ~1.~ Gravity, weight, ponderousness.

~2.~ Oppressiveness, grievousness, severity.

~3.~ Languor, dulness, stupidity, sluggishness.

~4.~ Dejection, depression, sadness, melancholy, despondency, gloom,
low spirits, depression of spirits.

~Heaving~, _n._ ~1.~ Panting.

~2.~ Swell, rising, swelling, heave.

~Heavy~, _a._ ~1.~ WEIGHTY (_with reference to one's strength_),
ponderous, not light, not easy to lift.

~2.~ Oppressive, grievous, severe, burdensome, cumbersome, afflictive.

~3.~ Dull, sluggish, inert, inactive, stupid, torpid, indolent, slow.

~4.~ Dejected, depressed, sorrowful, sad, gloomy, melancholy,
despondent, downcast, down-hearted, low-spirited, crest-fallen, chap-
fallen, in low spirits.

~5.~ Onerous, difficult, laborious.

~6.~ Tedious, tiresome, wearisome.

~7.~ Loaded, burdened, encumbered, weighed down.

~8.~ Miry, muddy, cloggy, clayey.

~9.~ Clammy (_as bread_), not well raised.

~10.~ Stormy, tempestuous, violent, boisterous.

~11.~ Loud, deep, roaring.

~Heavy-spar~, _n._ Sulphate of baryta (_native_).

~Hebdomadal~, _a._ Weekly.

~Hebetate~, _v. a._ Dull, blunt, stupefy, benumb, make torpid.

~Hebrew~, _n._ ~1.~ Israelite, Jew.

~2.~ Hebrew language.

~Hebrew~, _a._ Jewish.

~Hectic~, _a._ Habitual (_as the fever attending consumption_),
constitutional.

~Hector~, _n._ Bully, blusterer, swaggerer, noisy fellow.

~Hector~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bully, threaten, menace.

~2.~ Vex, tease, annoy, fret, harry, worry, irritate, provoke.

~Hector~, _v. n._ Bluster, swagger, play the bully.

~Heddle~, _n._ Healds.

~Hedge~, _n._ Fence (_of bushes or shrubs_), hedge-fence.

~Hedge~, _v. a._ Enclose with a hedge.

~Hedge-born~, _a._ Obscure, of low birth, meanly born.

~Hedge-fence~, _n._ HEDGE.

~Hedge in~, Enclose, environ, surround, shut in, hem in.

~Hedge up~, Obstruct, bar, shut up.

~Heed~, _v. a._ Regard, mind, notice, mark, observe, attend to, give
heed to, pay attention to, take notice of.

~Heed~, _n._ Regard, notice, care, attention, caution, heedfulness,
watchfulness, wariness, vigilance, circumspection, observation.

~Heedful~, _a._ Observant, observing, mindful, regardful, watchful,
cautious, careful, wary, circumspect, attentive, provident.

~Heedless~, _a._ Unobserving, unobservant, inattentive, careless,
thoughtless, negligent, neglectful, unmindful, regardless,
inconsiderate, unwatchful.

~Heedlessness~, _n._ Carelessness, thoughtlessness, inattention,
inadvertence, neglect, oversight.

~Heel~, _v. n._ (_Naut._) Incline, lean.

~Heft~, _n._ ~1.~ Handle.

~2.~ [_Colloquial, U. S._] Weight.

~3.~ [_Colloquial, U. S._] Bulk, greater part.

~Hegira~, _n._ ~1.~ Flight of Mahomet (_July 16, 622_).

~2.~ Exodus, departure, going out.

~Heifer~, _n._ Young cow.

~Height~, _n._ ~1.~ Elevation, altitude, TALLNESS.

~2.~ Eminence, summit, apex, acme, culminating point.

~3.~ Hill, mountain, high ground.

~4.~ Utmost degree.

~Heighten~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Exalt, elevate, raise.

~2.~ Increase, enhance, augment.

~3.~ Intensify, aggravate.

~Heinous~, _a._ Flagrant, flagitious, atrocious, infamous, villanous,
nefarious, crying, very wicked.

~Helamys~, _n._ Jumping-rat, jumping-hare (_Pedetes capensis_).

~Helical~, _a._ Spiral, winding, cochleary, cochleated, screw-shaped.

~Heliotrope~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Bot._) Turnsole.

~2.~ (_Min._) Bloodstone.

~Helix~, _n._ ~1.~ Coil, circumvolution, spiral line.

~2.~ Snail-shell.

~Hell~, _n._ Gehenna, purgatory, limbo, abyss, Tartarus, Hades,
Avernus, Erebus, place of torment, bottomless pit, everlasting fire,
infernal regions, shades below, realms of Pluto, the lower world.

~Hellenic~, _a._ Grecian.

~Hellenism~, _n._ Grecism, Greek idiom.

~Hellish~, _a._ ~1.~ Of hell.

~2.~ Infernal, diabolical, fiendish, devilish, demoniacal, fiend-like,
atrocious, detestable, abominable, execrable, nefarious, very wicked.

~Helm~, _n._ ~1.~ Helmet, morion.

~2.~ Steering apparatus.

~3.~ Direction, control, command, rule, reins, post of command.

~Helmet~, _n._ Helm, morion, CASQUE, cask, head-piece, armor for the
head.

~Helminthagogue~, _n._ Anthelmintic, vermifuge.

~Helot~, _n._ Slave (_of Sparta_).

~Helotism~, _n._ Slavery, servitude, serfdom.

~Help~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Relieve, succor, serve.

~2.~ Assist, support, aid, second, back, abet, co-operate with, take
part with.

~3.~ Remedy, cure, heal.

~4.~ Prevent, hinder, withstand, resist, repress, control.

~5.~ Avoid, forbear, refrain from.

~Help~, _v. n._ Lend aid, contribute assistance, give one a lift.

~Help~, _n._ ~1.~ Assistance, aid, succor, support.

~2.~ Remedy, relief.

~3.~ Helper, assistant.

~4.~ [_U. S._] Domestic, house-servant (_particularly a maid-servant_).

~Helper~, _n._ Assistant, ally, auxiliary, coadjutor, aider, abettor,
colleague, partner.

~Helpful~, _a._ ~1.~ Useful, beneficial, convenient.

~2.~ Wholesome, salutary.

~Helpless~, _a._ ~1.~ Weak, feeble, powerless, impotent, imbecile,
disabled, infirm.

~2.~ Exposed, defenceless, unprotected.

~3.~ Irremediable, beyond help.

~Helpmate~, _n._ Wife, consort, partner, companion.

~Helpmeet~, _n._ Wife, consort, partner, companion.

~Help on~, Forward, further.

~Help to~, ~1.~ Help to get or obtain.

~2.~ Supply with, furnish with.

~Helter-skelter~, _ad._ Pellmell, irregularly, disorderly, in
disorder, in confusion.

~Helve~, _n._ Handle (_of an axe or a hatchet_).

~Helvetic~, _a._ Swiss.

~Hem~, _n._ Border, edge, margin.

~Hem~, _v. a._ Border, edge, skirt.

~Hem in~, Enclose, confine, environ, surround, shut in, hedge in.

~Hematite~, _n._ Bloodstone.

~Hemeralopia~, _n._ (_Med._) Night-blindness, day-sight.

~Hemisphere~, _n._ Half-globe, half-sphere.

~Hemispheric~, _a._ Half-round.

~Hemispherical~, _a._ Half-round.

~Hemistich~, _n._ Half a verse, half a line.

~Hemorrhoids~, _n. pl._ (_Med._) Piles.

~Hence~, _ad._ ~1.~ From this place, from here.

~2.~ From this time.

~3.~ Therefore, from this cause, for that reason, as a consequence.

~4.~ From this source.

~Henceforth~, _ad._ Henceforward, from this time forward.

~Henceforward~, _ad._ HENCEFORTH.

~Hep-tree~, _n._ [Written also _Hip-tree_.] Dog-rose, wild-brier
(_Rosa canina_).

~Herald~, _n._ ~1.~ Proclaimer, publisher, crier.

~2.~ Forerunner, precursor, harbinger.

~Herald~, _v. a._ Proclaim, announce, publish.

~Heraldry~, _n._ Blazonry, emblazonry.

~Herbage~, _n._ Herbs, grass, pasture.

~Herbal~, _n._ Herbarium, herbary, hortus-siccus.

~Herbalist~, _n._ Botanist.

~Herbarium~, _n._ Herbal, hortus-siccus.

~Herbary~, _n._ Herbal, hortus-siccus.

~Herb-paris~, _n._ Truelove, oneberry.

~Herculean~, _a._ ~1.~ Strong, mighty, powerful, puissant, vigorous,
sturdy, athletic, brawny, muscular, sinewy, stalwart, able-bodied.

~2.~ Difficult, toilsome, troublesome, laborious, operose, very hard.

~3.~ Large, great, gigantic, strapping, huge, colossal, Cyclopean.

~Herd~, _n._ ~1.~ Drove (_of the larger animals_).

~2.~ Crowd, rabble, multitude.

~Herd~, _v. n._ Associate (_as beasts_), keep company.

~Herd's-grass~, _n._ ~1.~ [_New England._] Cat's-tail, timothy-grass
(_Phleum pratense_).

~2.~ [_Pennsylvania._] Red-top (_Agrostis vulgaris_).

~Here~, _ad._ ~1.~ In this place.

~2.~ In the present state, in the present life.

~Hereafter~, _ad._ ~1.~ In time to come, in some future time.

~2.~ In a future state.

~Hereafter~, _n._ Future state.

~Hereby~, _ad._ By this.

~Hereditable~, _a._ Inheritable.

~Hereditament~, _n._ Inheritable property.

~Hereditary~, _a._ ~1.~ Ancestral, patrimonial, by inheritance.

~2.~ Inherited, transmitted (_from ancestors_).

~Herein~, _ad._ In this.

~Heresiarch~, _n._ Chief heretic, leader in heresy.

~Heresy~, _n._ Heterodoxy, error, unsound doctrine.

~Heretic~, _n._ Sectary, schismatic, nonconformist, dissenter,
separatist.

~Heretical~, _a._ Heterodox, schismatic, schismatical, sectarian.

~Heretofore~, _ad._ Formerly, before the present time.

~Hereupon~, _ad._ Upon this, on this.

~Herewith~, _ad._ With this.

~Heritage~, _n._ Inheritance, portion, patrimony, estate.

~Hermeneutic~, _a._ Exegetical.

~Hermeneutical~, _a._ Exegetical.

~Hermeneutics~, _n._ Exegesis, science of interpretation.

~Hermetic~, _a._ Air-tight.

~Hermetical~, _a._ Air-tight.

~Hermit~, _n._ Anchorite, anchoret, recluse, solitary, solitaire,
EREMITE.

~Hernia~, _n._ Rupture.

~Hernshaw~, _n._ Heron, heronshaw.

~Hero~, _n._ ~1.~ Brave man.

~2.~ Principal character.

~Heroic~, _a._ ~1.~ Brave, valiant, courageous, intrepid, bold,
daring, gallant, fearless, dauntless, noble, magnanimous.

~2.~ Epic.

~Heroism~, _n._ Bravery, valor, courage, gallantry, prowess, daring,
intrepidity, magnanimity.

~Heron~, _n._ Hernshaw, heronshaw.

~Heronshaw~, _n._ Heron, hernshaw.

~Herschel~, _n._ (_Astron._) Uranus, Georgium Sidus.

~Hesitancy~, _n._ Uncertainty, doubt, suspense, hesitation.

~Hesitate~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Pause, delay, demur, doubt, waver, vacillate,
be undetermined, stop to consider, be in doubt, be in suspense, be
doubtful.

~2.~ Falter, stammer, have an impediment in speech.

~Hesitation~, _n._ ~1.~ Uncertainly, doubt, suspense, hesitancy,
vacillation.

~2.~ Faltering, stammering, difficulty of utterance.

~Hesper~, _n._ Hesperus, evening star.

~Hesperian~, _a._ [_Poetical._] Western, occidental.

~Hesperus~, _n._ Hesper, Venus, evening star.

~Hessian-fly~, _n._ Wheat-fly (_Cecidomyia destructor_).

~Heteroclite~, _a._ Irregular, anomalous, abnormal.

~Heterodox~, _a._ Heretical, not orthodox.

~Heterodoxy~, _n._ Heresy, error, unsound doctrine.

~Heterogeneity~, _n._ HETEROGENEOUSNESS.

~Heterogeneous~, _a._ Unlike, dissimilar, different.

~Heterogeneousness~, _n._ Heterogeneity, dissimilarity, dissimilitude,
unlikeness, difference.

~Heteropathic~, _a._ Allopathic.

~Heteropathy~, _n._ Allopathy.

~Hew~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Cut, chop, hack.

~2.~ Smooth (_with an axe_), fashion, form.

~Hew down~, Fell, cut down.

~Hexahedral~, _a._ Cubic, six-sided.

~Hexahedron~, _n._ Cube, six-sided figure.

~Heyday~, _n._ Frolic, play, exultation.

~Hiatus~, _n._ Opening, gap, break, interval, chasm.

~Hibernate~ _v. n._ Winter, pass the winter.

~Hibernian~, _a._ Irish.

~Hibernian~, _n._ Irishman.

~Hibernicism~, _n._ Irishism, Irish idiom.

~Hibernianism~, _n._ Irishism, Irish idiom.

~Hidden~, _a._ ~1.~ Concealed, secret, latent, occult, clandestine,
close.

~2.~ Abstruse, recondite, mysterious, mystic, mystical, dark, obscure.

~Hide~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Secrete, conceal, cover, bury, keep from sight.

~2.~ Shelter, cloak, screen, veil.

~3.~ [_Low._] Flog, whip, beat.

~Hide~, _v. n._ Lie hid, lie concealed, be concealed, conceal one's
self, lie in ambush, keep one's self out of sight, be withdrawn from
view.

~Hide~, _n._ Skin (_of the larger animals_).

~Hideous~, _a._ Frightful, dreadful, appalling, horrible, terrible,
horrid, ghastly, grisly, grim, shocking.

~Hie~, _v. n._ [_Poetical._] Hasten, go in haste.

~Hierarchy~, _n._ Ecclesiastical government, ecclesiastical
establishment.

~Hieroglyphic~, _a._ Emblematical, symbolical.

~Hieroglyphical~, _a._ Emblematical, symbolical.

~Hieorophant~, _n._ Priest.

~Higgle~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Peddle, hawk.

~2.~ Haggle, bargain, negotiate, chaffer.

~Higgledy-piggledy~, _ad._ [_Colloquial._] Confusedly, disorderly,
pellmell, in disorder, helter-skelter, topsy-turvy, at sixes and sevens.

~Higgler~, _n._ ~1.~ Peddler, travelling trader.

~2.~ Chafferer.

~High~, _a._ ~1.~ Lofty, elevated, TALL, heaven-kissing, of great
altitude.

~2.~ Eminent, prominent, pre-eminent, distinguished, superior,
exalted, noble, dignified.

~3.~ Abstruse, recondite, occult, obscure, dark, transcendental,
profound.

~4.~ Proud, haughty, arrogant, supercilious, lordly.

~5.~ Boastful, ostentatious, bragging, vain-glorious.

~6.~ Oppressive, domineering, over-bearing, tyrannical, despotic.

~7.~ Violent, boisterous, turbulent, tumultuous.

~8.~ Great, strong, extreme.

~9.~ Complete, full.

~10.~ Dear, of great price.

~11.~ Acute, sharp, shrill, high-toned, not flat.

~12.~ Somewhat intoxicated, TIGHT, fuddled, boozy.

~High~, _ad._ ~1.~ Aloft, on high, to a great height.

~2.~ Profoundly, powerfully.

~Highest good~, Supreme good, greatest good, SUMMUM BONUM.

~Highfalutin~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Pompous, swelling, inflated,
turgid, tumid, bombastic, pretentious, stilted, grandiloquent,
declamatory, rhetorical, high-flowing, high-sounding, sophomorical,
spread-eagle, high-flown.

~High-flavored~, _a._ Pungent, piquant, high-seasoned.

~High-flown~, _a._ 1~.~ Proud, haughty, lofty, supercilious.

~2.~ Extravagant, turgid, bombastic, HIGHFALUTIN.

~High-handed~, _a._ Overbearing, oppressive, arbitrary.

~Highland~, _n._ Mountainous region.

~Highlander~, _n._ Mountaineer.

~Highly~, _ad._ Extremely, exceedingly, very much, in a great degree,
in a high degree.

~High-mettled~, _a._ Ardent, fiery, spirited, bold, daring, high-
spirited.

~High-minded~, _a._ ~1.~ Proud, arrogant, haughty, lofty.

~2.~ Noble, honorable, elevated, magnanimous, high-toned.

~Highness~, _n._ ~1.~ Loftiness, altitude, elevation, height.

~2.~ Eminence, exaltation, dignity.

~3.~ Violence, vehemence, turbulence.

~4.~ Greatness.

~5.~ Acuteness, shrillness, sharpness.

~High-priced~, _a._ Costly, dear, high.

~High-priest~, _n._ Chief priest.

~High-reaching~, _a._ ~1.~ Reaching upwards.

~2.~ Ambitious, aspiring.

~High-road~, _n._ Highway, public road.

~High-school~, _n._ School (_of the first class_), academy, seminary,
gymnasium.

~High-seasoned~, _a._ Pungent, piquant, high-flavored.

~High-spirited~, _a._ ~1.~ Spirited, bold, daring, high-mettled.

~2.~ Proud, high-strung.

~High-strung~, _a._ Proud, high-spirited.

~High time~, Quite time.

~High-toned~, _a._ ~1.~ Acute, sharp, shrill, high.

~2.~ Noble, honorable, high-minded.

~High-water-mark~, _n._ Flood-mark.

~Highway~, _n._ High-road, public road.

~Highwayman~, _n._ Robber, footpad, bandit, brigand, freebooter,
marauder, outlaw, highway robber.

~High wine~, ~1.~ Brandy.

~2.~ Pure alcohol.

~High words~, Strife, contention, bickering, logomachy, war of words.

~High-wrought~, _a._ ~1.~ Impetuous, vehement, intense.

~2.~ Enthusiastic, impassioned.

~3.~ Highly finished, nicely elaborated.

~Hilarious~, _a._ Gay, jovial, jolly, joyful, merry.

~Hilarity~, _n._ Gayety, mirth, merriment, jollity, jovialty,
joyousness, exhilaration, cheerfulness, glee, high spirits.

~Hill~, _n._ Eminence (_less than a mountain_), mount, rising ground.

~Hillock~, _n._ Knoll, mound.

~Hilt~, _n._ Handle (_of a sword_).

~Hind~, _a._ Back, hinder, posterior.

~Hind~, _n._ ~1.~ Female deer (_of the stag or red deer_).

~2.~ Peasant, swain, boor, lout, rustic, clod-poll, bumpkin, clown,
ploughman, bogtrotter, clodhopper, countryman.

~Hinder~, _a._ Hind, back, posterior.

~Hinder~, _v. a._ Prevent (_temporarily_), impede, obstruct, stop,
interrupt, retard, check, thwart, oppose, embarrass.

~Hinderance~, _n._ [Written also _Hindrance_.] Impediment, obstacle,
stop, obstruction, interruption, check, restraint.

~Hindmost~, _a._ Last.

~Hinge~, _v. n._ Turn, depend, hang, be dependent.

~Hinny~, _n._ Mule.

~Hint~, _v. a._ Suggest, intimate, insinuate, allude to, refer to,
hint at, glance at, just mention, give an inkling of.

~Hint at~, Suggest, HINT.

~Hint~, _n._ Intimation, suggestion, insinuation, allusion, slight
mention.

~Hip~, _n._ Haunch.

~Hipped~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Melancholy, hypochondriacal, blue,
dejected, depressed, low-spirited, in low spirits.

~Hippish~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] Melancholy, hypochondriacal, blue,
dejected, depressed, low-spirited, in low spirits.

~Hippopotamus~, _n._ River-horse, seahorse.

~Hip-tree~, _n._ [Written also _Hep-tree_.] Dog-rose, wild-brier
(_Rosa canina_).

~Hire~, _n._ Wages, stipend, allowance, salary, pay, remuneration.

~Hireling~, _n._ ~1.~ Mercenary, hired soldier.

~2.~ Hired servant.

~Hireling~, _a._ Mercenary, venal.

~Hirling~, _n._ Salmon-trout, sea-trout (_Salmo trutta_).

~Hirsute~, _a._ Hairy, shaggy.

~Hispid~, _a._ Bristly, rough.

~Historian~, _n._ Chronicler, annalist, writer of history.

~History~, _n._ Account, narration, narrative, relation, record,
recital, story, CHRONICLE, ANNALS.

~Histrionic~, _a._ Theatric, theatrical.

~Histrionical~, _a._ Theatric, theatrical.

~Hit~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Strike, strike against.

~2.~ Attain, reach, gain, win, secure.

~3.~ Suit, accord with, be conformable to, be suitable to.

~Hit~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Clash, collide, come in contact, strike together.

~2.~ Succeed, be successful, be crowned with success, come off
successful, carry the point, gain the point.

~Hit~, _n._ ~1.~ Stroke, blow, collision.

~2.~ Chance, venture, fortune, hazard.

~3.~ Happy remark, apt expression.

~4.~ Lucky venture.

~Hit off~, Imitate, personate, mimic, take off.

~Hit upon~, Find, discover, find out, fall upon, light upon.

~Hitch~, _v. n._ Go by jerks.

~Hitch~, _v. a._ Fasten, tie, attach.

~Hitch~, _n._ ~1.~ Catch, impediment, obstacle, hinderance, check.

~2.~ Jerk, jerking motion.

~3.~ (_Naut._) Knot, noose.

~Hither~, _ad._ To this place.

~Hither~, _a._ Nearest.

~Hitherto~, _ad._ Yet, till now, to this time, up to this time, until
this time.

~Hitherward~, _ad._ This way, towards this place.

~Hive~, _n._ ~1.~ Habitation of bees, bee-hive, apiary.

~2.~ Swarm of bees.

~Hive~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put into a hive.

~2.~ Store, collect, gather, HOARD.

~Hives~, _n. pl._ (_Med._) Croup, rattles.

~Hoar~, _a._ Hoary, white, gray.

~Hoard~, _v. a._ Store (_secretly_), deposit, save, garner, husband,
hive, accumulate, amass, treasure up, lay in, lay by, set by, lay up.

~Hoar-frost~, _n._ White frost, frozen dew.

~Hoarse~, _a._ ~1.~ Husky, raucous.

~2.~ Rough, grating, harsh.

~Hoarseness~, _n._ ~1.~ Huskiness, raucity.

~2.~ Roughness, harshness.

~Hoary~, _a._ Hoar, white, gray.

~Hoax~, _n._ Deception (_for sport_), cheat, fraud, imposition,
practical joke.

~Hoax~, _v. a._ Deceive (_jocosely_), cheat, impose upon.

~Hobble~, _v. n._ Limp, halt, hop, walk lamely.

~Hobble~, _v. a._ Fetter, hopple.

~Hobble~, _n._ ~1.~ Limp, halt.

~2.~ Perplexity, embarrassment, difficulty, strait, pickle.

~Hobbly~, _a._ Rough (_said of a road_), uneven.

~Hobby~, _n._ ~1.~ Hobby-horse.

~2.~ Favorite object, favorite pursuit.

~Hobby-horse~, _n._ HOBBY.

~Hobgoblin~, _n._ Goblin, spectre, sprite, frightful apparition, evil
spirit.

~Hobson's choice~, That or nothing, no alternative.

~Hocus-pocus~, _n._ ~1.~ Juggler, trickster, impostor, cheater,
swindler, sharper.

~2.~ Cheat, juggle, trick, deception, imposition, imposture, delusion,
deceit, artifice, finesse, circumvention, chouse.

~Hodge-podge~, _n._ Medley, farrago, jumble, mixture, miscellany,
salmagundi, hotch-potch, gallimaufry, olio, olla-podrida.

~Hoe-cake~, _n._ [_U. S._] Johnny-cake.

~Hog~, _n._ Swine, porker, SOW, PIG.

~Hoggish~, _a._ ~1.~ Swinish, brutish, filthy.

~2.~ Mean, selfish, greedy.

~Hog-nut~, _n._ Pig-nut, broom hickory (_Juglans glabra_).

~Hog-sty~, _n._ Hog-pen, pig-sty.

~Hoiden~, _a._ Rustic, rude, inelegant, uncouth, ungenteel, unlicked,
hoidenish, rough, rude, ill-taught, ill-behaved, ill-mannered.

~Hoiden~, _n._ Romp, tomboy, romping girl.

~Hoidenish~, _a._ HOIDEN.

~Hoist~, _v. a._ Raise, lift, elevate, heave, raise up.

~Hoist~, _n._ Lift.

~Hold~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Grasp, clutch, clinch, gripe.

~2.~ Possess, retain, have, occupy, keep possession of.

~3.~ Restrain, confine, detain, imprison, shut in, shut up, hem in.

~4.~ Bind, fasten, unite, connect.

~5.~ Stop, stay, arrest, suspend, withhold, keep in check.

~6.~ Maintain, support, continue, sustain, prosecute, keep up, carry on.

~7.~ Embrace, entertain, cherish, take as true.

~8.~ Think, regard, consider, believe, judge, esteem, count, account,
reckon.

~9.~ Contain, admit, take in, have a capacity for.

~10.~ Celebrate, solemnize.

~11.~ Assemble, convene, call together.

~Hold~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Be firm, be fast, continue unbroken, not break,
not give way.

~2.~ Continue, remain, persist, last, endure.

~3.~ Adhere, cohere, cling, stick, cleave, remain attached.

~4.~ Be derived, derive title.

~5.~ Think, believe, be of opinion.

~6.~ Stand, be true, prove good, hold true.

~Hold~, _n._ ~1.~ Grasp, gripe.

~2.~ Support, stay, prop.

~3.~ Footing, vantage-ground.

~4.~ Fort, castle, fortress, fortification, fortified place.

~Holdback~, _n._ Hinderance, restraint, check, obstacle.

~Holder~, _n._ Owner, possessor, proprietor.

~Holdfast~, _n._ Catch, hook.

~Hold forth~, ~1.~ (_Active._) Offer, propose, exhibit, hold out.

~2.~ (_Neuter._) Harangue, preach, speak in public.

~Hold good~, Stand, be valid, be true, be applicable.

~Hold in~, ~1.~ (_Active._) Check, restrain, repress, rein in.

~2.~ (_Neuter._) Restrain one's self.

~Hold on~, ~1.~ (_Active._) Continue, maintain, keep up, push forward.

~2.~ (_Neuter._) Cling, stick, hold fast, keep hold of.

~3.~ (_Neuter._) Continue, remain, endure, last.

~4.~ Persevere, persist, be steady, be steadfast, be constant, go on,
keep on, keep one's course, keep or maintain one's ground, stick to
it, not give it up, stand fast, stand firm.

~Hold out~, ~1.~ (_Active._) Offer, propose, hold forth.

~2.~ (_Neuter._) Last, endure, continue.

~3.~ (_Neuter._) Not yield, not be subdued.

~Hold one's own~, Maintain one's position.

~Hold one's tongue~, Be still, keep still, keep silence.

~Hold one's peace~, Be still, keep still, keep silence.

~Hold together~, Remain united, keep together.

~Hold up~, Clear up, cease raining.

~Hole~, _n._ ~1.~ Perforation, aperture, opening.

~2.~ Cavity, cave, cavern, hollow, concavity, excavation.

~3.~ Hovel, kennel, den, mean habitation.

~Holiday~, _n._ ~1.~ Festival, anniversary, celebration.

~2.~ Day of amusement.

~Holiness~, _n._ ~1.~ Sanctity, piety, purity, devotion, devoutness,
godliness, religiousness.

~2.~ Divineness, sacredness.

~Holla~, _n._ Shout, halloo, loud cry.

~Hollow~, _a._ ~1.~ Vacant, empty, void, cavernous, not solid.

~2.~ Insincere, treacherous, false, faithless, hypocritical,
pharisaical, deceitful, false-hearted, hollow-hearted.

~3.~ Deep, low, rumbling.

~Hollow~, _n._ ~1.~ Depression, low spot, low place.

~2.~ Cavity, concavity, depression, excavation, hole, cave, cavern,
dent, dint, dimple, pit.

~3.~ Groove, channel, canal.

~Hollow~, _v. a._ Excavate, scoop.

~Hollow~, _ad._ [_Low._] Wholly, completely, utterly.

~Hollow-hearted~, _a._ Insincere, false, false-hearted, HOLLOW.

~Holocaust~, _n._ Burnt-offering (_wholly consumed_).

~Holy~, _a._ ~1.~ Pious, devout, religious, good, godly, saintly,
spiritual, pure, saint-like, heavenly-minded.

~2.~ Sacred, consecrated, hallowed, blessed.

~Holy Ghost~, Paraclete, Comforter, Holy Spirit, The Spirit, The
Spirit of God, The Sanctifier, Spirit of Truth.

~Holy Spirit~, HOLY GHOST.

~Holy thistle~, _n._ Blessed thistle (_Centaurea benedicta_).

~Holy week~, _n._ Passion-week, week before Easter.

~Holy Writ~, _n._ Bible, Scriptures, Sacred Scriptures, Holy
Scriptures, Old and New Testaments.

~Homage~, _n._ ~1.~ Fealty, allegiance, loyalty, fidelity.

~2.~ Reverence, obeisance, respect, deference, duty, service, honor.

~3.~ Cult, worship.

~Home~, _n._ Domicile, dwelling, residence, abode, place of abode,
abiding place.

~Home~, _ad._ ~1.~ To one's home.

~2.~ Close, closely, pointedly.

~Home~, _a._ ~1.~ Domestic, home-born.

~2.~ Close, pointed, direct, severe, poignant.

~Home-born~, _a._ ~1.~ Native, natural, home-bred.

~2.~ Domestic, home, not foreign.

~Home-bred~, ~1.~ Native, natural, home-born.

~2.~ Domestic, not foreign.

~3.~ Unpolished, uncultivated, unrefined, uncouth, rude, plain.

~Home-felt~, _a._ Inward, private, heartfelt, deep, profound, deep-felt.

~Homelike~, _a._ Domestic, homely.

~Homeliness~, _n._ Plainness, coarseness, uncomeliness.

~Homely~, _a._ ~1.~ Domestic, homelike.

~2.~ Plain, coarse, uncomely, homespun, inelegant.

~3.~ Ugly, ill-looking, of plain features, not handsome.

~Home-made~, _a._ Homespun, of domestic manufacture.

~Homesickness~, _n._ NOSTALGIA.

~Homespun~, _a._ ~1.~ Home-made, of domestic manufacture.

~2.~ Plain, coarse, homely, rude, inelegant, unpolished.

~Homeward~, _ad._ Towards home.

~Homewards~, _ad._ Towards home.

~Homicide~, _n._ ~1.~ Manslaughter, MURDER.

~2.~ Manslayer.

~Homiletic~, _a._ ~1.~ Of homilies or sermons.

~2.~ Hortatory, persuasive.

~Homiletical~, _a._ ~1.~ Of homilies or sermons.

~2.~ Hortatory, persuasive.

~Homiletics~, _n._ Art of preaching or sermonizing, art of delivering
homilies.

~Homily~, _n._ Sermon, discourse.

~Homogeneous~, _a._ Cognate, congenial, kindred, akin, uniform, of the
same kind, of the same nature, of a piece.

~Homoiousian~, _a._ Of a similar nature, of like essence.

~Homologous~, _a._ ~1.~ Of the same ratio, of the same proportion.

~2.~ Of the same type, corresponding in structure.

~Homoousian~, _a._ Of the same nature.

~Homophonous~, _a._ Unisonous, of the same sound, of like pitch.

~Honest~, _a._ ~1.~ Honorable, reputable, creditable, right, proper,
equitable.

~2.~ Upright, virtuous, conscientious, just, true, fair, faithful,
trusty, trustworthy, as good as one's word.

~3.~ Sincere, candid, frank.

~Honesty~, _n._ ~1.~ Integrity, probity, uprightness, fairness,
justice, virtue, equity, veracity, truth, trustiness, faithfulness,
honor.

~2.~ Sincerity, candor, frankness, plain dealing.

~Honey-combed~, _a._ Alveolate, cellular.

~Honeyed~, _a._ Sweet.

~Honeysuckle~, _n._ Woodbine.

~Honor~, _n._ ~1.~ Reputation, repute, fame, consideration, esteem,
credit, glory, good name.

~2.~ Dignity, distinction, elevation, high rank, distinguished position.

~3.~ Veneration, reverence, respect, homage, deference, civility.

~4.~ Integrity, probity, honesty, magnanimity, high-mindedness,
nobleness of mind, manly virtue.

~5.~ Nice sense of right or justice.

~6.~ Ornament, boast.

~Honor~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dignify, exalt, glorify, raise to distinction.

~2.~ Reverence, revere, venerate, respect, pay respect to, pay
deference to, render honor to.

~3.~ Commemorate, celebrate, observe, keep.

~4.~ (_Com._) Accept and pay (_a draft_).

~Honorable~, _a._ ~1.~ Illustrious, noble, great, of high rank.

~2.~ Upright, just, honest, fair, trustworthy, trusty, true,
conscientious, virtuous, magnanimous, high-minded, as good as one's
word.

~3.~ Reputable, creditable, estimable, right, proper, equitable.

~Hood~, _n._ Cowl.

~Hooded~, _a._ ~1.~ Covered with a hood.

~2.~ (_Bot._) Cucullate, cucullated, hood-shaped.

~Hooded snake~, Cobra, COBRA-DE-CAPELLO.

~Hoodwink~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Blind, blindfold.

~2.~ Deceive, cheat, delude, dupe, gull, cozen, fool, befool, trick,
circumvent, overreach, chouse, diddle, beguile, impose upon, make a
fool of, play a trick upon, pull wool over one's eyes.

~Hook~, _n._ Catch, clasp, HASP.

~Hooked~, _a._ Bent, curved, curvated, hamate.

~Hook-nose~, _n._ Aquiline nose, hooked nose.

~Hoop~, _n._ ~1.~ Ring.

~2.~ Farthingale, crinoline, hoop-skirt.

~Hooper~, _n._ Wild swan (_Cygnus ferus_).

~Hooping-cough~, _n._ [Written also _Whooping-cough_.] Chin-cough.

~Hoop-skirt~, _n._ Hoop, farthingale, crinoline.

~Hoot~, _v. n._ Shout, yell, cry out.

~Hoot~, _v. a._ Execrate, denounce, hiss, cry down, cry out against,
hoot at.

~Hoot~, _n._ Shout, cry, outcry, yell.

~Hoot at~, HOOT, cry out against.

~Hop~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Leap, bound, jump, skip, spring, CAPER.

~2.~ Dance, trip.

~3.~ Limp, halt, walk lamely.

~Hop~, _n._ ~1.~ Leap, bound, jump, spring, skip, CAPER.

~2.~ Dance.

~Hope~, _n._ ~1.~ Trust, confidence, faith.

~2.~ Expectation (_of something agreeable_), expectance, anticipation.

~3.~ Reliance, dependence, ground of confidence.

~Hope~, _v. a._ Expect (_something agreeable_), long for, hope for.

~Hope~, _v. n._ Trust, expect, believe, indulge or entertain a hope,
feel confident, rest assured, flatter one's self, be in hopes, live in
hopes, look on the bright side.

~Hope for~, HOPE, long for.

~Hopeless~, _a._ ~1.~ Despairing, desperate, forlorn.

~2.~ Remediless, irremediable, incurable, past cure.

~3.~ Impossible, impracticable.

~Hop-hornbeam~, _n._ American ironwood (_Ostrya Virginica_).

~Hop o' my thumb~, _n._ Dwarf, pygmy.

~Hoppers~, _n. pl._ Hop-scotch, scotch-hoppers.

~Hopple~, _v. a._ Fetter (_an animal_), hobble.

~Hopples~, _n. pl._ Fetters (_for animals_).

~Hop-scotch~, _n._ Hoppers, scotch-hoppers.

~Horde~, _n._ Gang (_not living in fixed habitations_), troop, crew,
clan, migratory company.

~Horizontal~, _a._ Level, parallel to the horizon.

~Horn~, _n._ ~1.~ Trumpet.

~2.~ Drinking-cup.

~3.~ (_Bot._) Spur.

~Hornbook~, _n._ Primer.

~Horned-screamer~, _n._ Kamichi (_Palamedea cornuta_).

~Horn-fish~, _n._ Greenbone, sea-needle, gar-pike, gar-fish, sea-pike,
long-nose, gore-bill, sword-fish, mackerel-guide (_Esox belone_ or
_Belone vulgaris_).

~Horn of plenty~, Cornucopia.

~Horn-pike~, _n._ HORN-FISH.

~Horn-pout~, _n._ Cat-fish, mud-pout, bull-head (_Pimelodus cattus_).

~Horny~, _a._ Corneous.

~Horologe~, _n._ Time-piece (_of any kind_).

~Horoscope~, _n._ Ascendant.

~Horrid~, _a._ ~1.~ Frightful, terrible, terrific, horrible, alarming,
portentous, formidable, appalling, dire, horrifying, horrific,
harrowing, dreadful, fearful, awful, hideous.

~2.~ Shocking, offensive, disgusting, revolting, repulsive, odious,
disagreeable, unpleasant, vile, abominable.

~Horrific~, _a._ Frightful, HORRID.

~Horrify~, _v. a._ Frighten, terrify, fill with horror, strike with
terror, make one's blood run cold.

~Horripilation~, _n._ (_Med._) Shuddering, horror.

~Horror~, _n._ ~1.~ Fright, affright, alarm, fear, dread, awe, terror,
dismay, consternation, panic.

~2.~ Abomination, abhorrence, detestation, disgust, loathing, hatred,
antipathy.

~3.~ (_Med._) Shuddering, horripilation.

~Horrors~, _n. pl._ [With _The_ prefixed.] Delirium tremens, MANIA A
POTU.

~Horror-struck~, _a._ Dismayed, horrified, terrified, appalled,
frightened, panic-stricken.

~Hors de combat~, [Fr.] Disabled, out of condition to fight.

~Horse~, _n._ ~1.~ STEED, CHARGER, MARE, FILLY, COLT, PONY, SHELTIE
(or SHELTY), PALFREY, NAG, BARB, COB, PAD, ROADSTER, TIT, PUNCH.

~2.~ Cavalry, horsemen.

~Horse-armor~, _n._ Caparison, bard, trappings for a horse.

~Horse-fly~, _n._ Breese, gad-fly.

~Horsefoot~, _n._ King-crab, horse-shoe, horse-shoe crab (_Limulus
Americanus_).

~Horse-jockey~, _n._ Jockey, dealer in horses.

~Horse-laugh~, _n._ Guffaw, cachinnation, boisterous laugh.

~Horse-leech~, _n._ Farrier, horse-doctor, veterinarian, veterinary
surgeon.

~Horse-mackerel~, _n._ ~1.~ Bonito, albicore (_Thynnus vulgaris_).

~2.~ Bluefish (_Temnodon saltator_).

~Horseman~, _n._ ~1.~ Rider.

~2.~ Dragoon, CHASSEUR, chevalier, cavalier, equestrian, mounted
soldier, horse-soldier.

~Horsemen~, _n. pl._ Cavalry, horse, horse-soldiers, dragoons,
chasseurs, chevaliers, cavaliers, equestrians, mounted soldiers.

~Horse-shoe~, _n._ King-crab, horsefoot (_Limulus Americanus_).

~Horse-soldier~, _n._ Dragoon, CHASSEUR, cavalier, chevalier,
horseman, equestrian, mounted soldier.

~Hortative~, _n._ Incitement, exhortation, persuasive.

~Hortatory~, _a._ ~1.~ Persuasive, homiletic.

~2.~ Encouraging, inciting.

~Horticulture~, _n._ Gardening.

~Horticulturist~, _n._ Gardener.

~Hortus-siccus~, [L.] Herbarium.

~Hosanna~, _interj._ Hallelujah.

~Hose~, _n._ Stockings.

~Hospitable~, _a._ ~1.~ Kind or attentive to strangers.

~2.~ Generous, liberal, bountiful.

~Hospitality~, _n._ Hospitableness, kindness to strangers.

~Host~, _n._ ~1.~ Entertainer.

~2.~ Landlord, innkeeper.

~3.~ Army, legion, armed force.

~4.~ Multitude.

~5.~ Consecrated wafer.

~Hostile~, _a._ ~1.~ Inimical, unfriendly, warlike, at variance.

~2.~ Adverse, opposite, contrary, repugnant.

~Hostilities~, _n. pl._ WAR, warfare.

~Hostility~, _n._ ~1.~ Enmity, animosity, hatred, unfriendliness, ill-
will.

~2.~ Opposition, repugnance.

~Hostler~, _n._ Groom, stable-servant.

~Hot~, _a._ ~1.~ Burning, fiery, scalding.

~2.~ Irascible, excitable, impetuous, passionate, hasty, choleric,
furious.

~3.~ Ardent, vehement, fervent, eager, glowing, animated, fervid,
violent.

~4.~ Pungent, piquant, sharp, acrid, biting, peppery, high-flavored,
high-seasoned.

~Hot-brained~, _a._ HOT-HEADED.

~Hotch-potch~, _n._ Medley, farrago, jumble, miscellany, gallimaufry,
salmagundi, olio, hodge-podge, OLLA PODRIDA, confused mixture.

~Hotel~, _n._ Inn, tavern, CABARET, public house, house of
entertainment.

~Hot-headed~, _a._ Violent, rash, precipitate, vehement, furious,
passionate, hot-brained.

~Hotspur~, _n._ Madcap, blood, wild fellow, hot-brained fellow.

~Hough~, _v. a._ Hamstring.

~Hound~, _n._ Dog (_for the chase_), hunting dog.

~Hound~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Incite, urge, spur, set on, urge on, spur on.

~2.~ Hunt, pursue, chase.

~Hour~, _n._ Sixty minutes, twenty-fourth part of a day.

~Hour-circle~, _n._ Meridian, great circle of the sphere.

~Houri~, _n._ [_Term of the Mohammedans._] Nymph of Paradise.

~Hourly~, _ad._ ~1.~ Every hour.

~2.~ Frequently, continually.

~House~, _n._ ~1.~ Habitation, abode, dwelling, mansion, residence,
domicile, dwelling-place.

~2.~ Building, edifice.

~3.~ Family, household.

~4.~ Lineage, race, kindred, tribe.

~5.~ Legislative body.

~6.~ Firm, partnership, company, concern, commercial establishment.

~7.~ Hotel, inn, tavern, place of entertainment, public house.

~House~, _v. a._ Shelter, protect, put under cover (_of a roof_).

~House~, _v. n._ Abide, dwell, reside, lodge.

~House-breaking~, _n._ Burglary (_when committed at night_).

~Household~, _n._ Family, house.

~Household~, _a._ Domestic, home.

~Householder~, _n._ Master of a family.

~House of correction~, Prison, jail, bridewell, workhouse, penitentiary.

~House of God~, Church, temple, meeting-house, house of worship.

~Housewife~, _n._ ~1.~ Mistress of a family.

~2.~ Huswife, female economist, thrifty woman.

~Housing~, _n._ ~1.~ Horse-cloth, saddle-cloth.

~2.~ Covering, protection (_from the weather_).

~Hovel~, _n._ Shed, hut, cot, cabin, mean habitation.

~Hover~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Flutter.

~2.~ Hang about, hang over.

~How~, _ad._ ~1.~ In what manner, in what way, by what mode, by what
means.

~2.~ To what extent, to what degree.

~3.~ For what cause, for what reason.

~4.~ In what state, in what condition, in what plight.

~How far~, To what extent or degree.

~How far forth~, To what extent or degree.

~However~, _ad._ Howsoever, in whatever manner, in whatever degree.

~However~, _conj._ Yet, still, nevertheless, but, though,
notwithstanding.

~Howl~, _n._ Cry (_as of a dog_), yell.

~Howl~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Cry (_as a dog_), yell.

~2.~ Wail, lament.

~3.~ Roar.

~Howsoever~, _ad._ However, in whatever manner, in whatever degree.

~Hub~, _n._ Nave (_of a wheel_).

~Hubbub~, _n._ ~1.~ Uproar, clamor, din, racket, hallabaloo,
HULLABALOO, outcry.

~2.~ Tumult, disorder, confusion, disturbance, riot.

~Hubbubboo~, _n._ [_Low._] Cry, howl, howling, wailing, ululation.

~Hubby~, _a._ [_U. S. Said of a road._] Rough, uneven, hobbly.

~Huckleberry~, _n._ Black whortleberry (_Vaccinium resinosum_).

~Huckster~, _n._ Retailer, hawker, peddler.

~Huddle~, _v. a._ Throw together in confusion.

~Huddle~, _v. n._ Crowd, press together in confusion.

~Huddle~, _n._ Crowd, tumult, disorder, confusion, disturbance.

~Huddle on~, Put on in disorder, put on in a hurry.

~Hue~, _n._ Color, hue, tint, tinge, shade.

~Hue and cry~, _n._ Shouting, clamor, outcry.

~Hueless~, _a._ Colorless, uncolored, untinged, achromatic, free from
color.

~Huff~, _n._ ~1.~ Miff, pet, tiff, rage, passion, fume, fit of anger,
angry mood.

~2.~ Boaster, braggart, braggadocio, BLUSTERER.

~Huffish~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] ~1.~ Angry, petulant.

~2.~ Blustering, arrogant, insolent, hectoring.

~Huffy~, _a._ [_Colloquial._] ~1.~ Angry, petulant.

~2.~ Blustering, arrogant, insolent, hectoring.

~Hug~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Embrace, clasp.

~2.~ Retain, hold fast, cling to, keep hold of.

~3.~ (_Naut._) Go near, keep close to.

~Hug~, _n._ Embrace, clasp.

~Huge~, _a._ Vast, bulky, enormous, immense, stupendous, gigantic,
colossal, elephantine, Herculean, Cyclopean, very great, very large.

~Hugger-mugger~, _n._ [_Low._] Secrecy, privacy.

~Hugger-mugger~, _a._ [_Low._] 1~.~ Secret, clandestine, sly.

~2.~ Mean, unfair, base, contemptible.

~3.~ Confused, disorderly.

~Huguenot~, _n._ French Protestant.

~Hulk~, _n._ Hull (_of an old vessel_).

~Hull~, _n._ ~1.~ Husk, outer covering.

~2.~ Body of a vessel, HULK.

~Hull~, _v. a._ Peel, strip the hull from.

~Hullabaloo~, _n._ [_Low._] Racket, din, clamor, uproar, hubbub,
outcry, vociferation, hallabaloo.

~Hum~, _v. n._ Buzz, make a buzzing sound.

~Hum~, _v. a._ Sing (_in a low voice_).

~Hum~, _n._ Buzz, buzzing sound.

~Human~, _a._ ~1.~ Man's, of man.

~2.~ Common to mankind.

~Humane~, _a._ Kind, benevolent, benignant, obliging, accommodating,
tender, sympathetic, charitable, compassionate, clement, gentle, kind-
hearted, tenderhearted, good-hearted.

~Humanist~, _n._ Student of polite literature.

~Humanities~, _n. pl._ [With _The_ prefixed.] Belles-lettres, polite
literature, elegant literature.

~Humanity~, _n._ ~1.~ Human nature.

~2.~ Kindness, benevolence, benignity, philanthropy, tenderness,
sympathy, charity, kind-heartedness, fellow-feeling, good nature, milk
of human kindness.

~Humanize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Soften, make humane.

~2.~ Civilize, cultivate, refine, polish, improve, enlighten, educate,
reclaim from barbarism.

~Humble~, _a._ ~1.~ Meek, modest, unassuming, unpretending,
unobtrusive, lowly, submissive, not proud, not haughty, not arrogant.

~2.~ Low, not high, not great.

~Humble~, _v. a._ Humiliate, shame, mortify, degrade, crush, break,
subdue, snub, abash, make ashamed, bring down, put down, take down,
put out of countenance.

~Humblebee~, _n._ Bumblebee.

~Humbleness~, _n._ HUMILITY.

~Humbug~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] ~1.~ Imposition, imposture, fetch,
deception, fraud, trick, cheat, gammon, dodge, gouge, blind, feint,
chouse.

~2.~ Charlatanry, charlatanism, quackery, mummery, cant, hypocrisy.

~3.~ Impostor, charlatan, quack.

~Humbug~, _v. a._ [_Colloquial._] Deceive, cheat, cozen, swindle,
trick, hoax, befool, diddle, chouse, impose upon.

~Humdrum~, _a._ Dull, prosy, dronish, stupid, wearisome, tiresome.

~Humid~, _a._ Wet, moist, damp, dank.

~Humidity~, _n._ Moisture, dampness.

~Humiliate~, _v. a._ Humble, mortify, shame, abash, SNUB, put to
shame, put down.

~Humiliation~, _n._ ~1.~ Condescension, resignation, submission.

~2.~ Humility, meekness, humbleness, lowliness, lowness, submissiveness.

~3.~ Abasement, self-abasement, self-denial, mortification.

~Humility~, _n._ Humbleness, meekness, submissiveness, lowliness,
modesty, diffidence, self-abasement.

~Humine~, _n._ (_Chem._) Humic acid.

~Hummock~, _n._ Hillock.

~Humor~, _n._ ~1.~ Moisture.

~2.~ Cutaneous eruption.

~3.~ Temper, disposition, bent, bias, vein, propensity, predilection,
turn of mind, frame of mind.

~4.~ Mood, fancy, whim, caprice, freak, vagary, crotchet, whimsey,
maggot, WRINKLE.

~5.~ Pleasantry, facetiousness, jocoseness, jocularity, kindly wit.

~Humor~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Indulge, gratify, give way to, consult the
wishes of.

~2.~ Favor, suit the nature of, meet the requirements of.

~Humorist~, _n._ Wag, wit, Joe Miller, droll fellow, funny fellow.

~Humorous~, _a._ Facetious, jocular, jocose, droll, funny, sportive,
comical, witty, pleasant.

~Humorsome~, _a._ ~1.~ Petulant, peevish, snappish, waspish, crusty,
captious, perverse, wayward, cross-grained.

~2.~ Capricious, whimsical, fanciful, fitful, fantastic, odd.

~Humpback~, _n._ ~1.~ Crooked back.

~2.~ Hunchback.

~Hump-backed~, _a._ Hunch-backed.

~Hunch~, ~1.~ Hump, protuberance, knob, bunch, lump.

~2.~ Punch, push, shove.

~3.~ [_Colloquial._] Lump, hunk, large piece, thick slice.

~Hunch~, _v. a._ Punch, push, shove, jostle.

~Hunchback~, _n._ Humpback.

~Hunch-backed~, _a._ Hump-backed.

~Hundred~, _n._ Century.

~Hundredth~, _a._ Centesimal.

~Hung-beef~, _n._ Jerked-beef, dried beef.

~Hunger~, _n._ Craving appetite (_for food_), craving for food.

~Hunger~, _v. n._ ~1.~ FAMISH, feel hunger, feel hungry.

~2.~ Long, have an eager desire.

~Hungry~, _a._ Craving (_for food_), famishing, ravenous, sharp-set.

~Hunk~, _n._ [_Low._] Lump, HUNCH, large piece, thick slice.

~Hunker~, _n._ [_U. S._] Conservative, fogy.

~Hunks~, _n._ Miser, niggard, curmudgeon, codger, lickpenny,
skinflint, scrimp, screw, muckworm, sordid wretch, mean fellow.

~Hunt~, _v. a._ Chase, pursue.

~Hunt~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Follow the chase.

~2.~ Search, seek, look.

~Hunt~, _n._ Chase, pursuit, hunting, field-sport.

~Hunter~, _n._ ~1.~ Huntsman.

~2.~ Hound, hunting dog.

~Hunt for~, Search for, seek for, look for, hunt out.

~Hunting~, _n._ Chase, HUNT.

~Hunting leopard~, CHETAH.

~Hunt out~, Search for, HUNT FOR.

~Huntsman~, _n._ Hunter.

~Hurl~, _v. a._ Throw, fling, cast, pitch, send, toss, sling, chuck,
flirt, shy.

~Hurl~, _n._ ~1.~ Throw, cast, fling, toss.

~2.~ Tumult, commotion, turmoil, confusion, bustle, disturbance, HURLY-
BURLY.

~Hurly-burly~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Hurl, turmoil, tumult, commotion,
confusion, bustle, disturbance.

~Hurrah~, _interj._ Huzza.

~Hurricane~, _n._ Tornado, violent gale.

~Hurried~, _a._ ~1.~ Driven (_by work_), over head and ears, pressed
for time.

~2.~ Hasty, cursory, slight, superficial.

~Hurry~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Drive, precipitate.

~2.~ Hasten, expedite, speed, despatch, urge or push forward, urge or
press on.

~Hurry~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Act precipitately, be in a flutter, be in a
flurry.

~2.~ Haste, hasten, move quickly, be in haste, be quick, be in a
hurry, make haste, mend one's pace, lose no time, lose not a moment,
wing one's way, make the best of one's way, crowd sail, clap spurs to
one's horse.

~Hurry~, _n._ ~1.~ Precipitation, flurry, flutter, agitation,
confusion, bustle, perturbation, hurry-skurry.

~2.~ Haste, despatch, celerity, quickness, promptitude, expedition.

~Hurry-scurry~, _n._ [_Colloquial._] Flutter, flurry, agitation,
confusion, hurry.

~Hurt~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Injure, harm, damage, mar, impair, do harm to.

~2.~ Pain, wound, give pain to.

~Hurt~, _n._ ~1.~ Harm, injury, damage, detriment, mischief,
disadvantage.

~2.~ Wound, bruise.

~Hurtful~, _a._ Injurious, detrimental, mischievous, pernicious,
deleterious, noxious, baneful, prejudicial, disadvantageous, harmful,
baleful.

~Husband~, _n._ Spouse, married man.

~Husband~, _v. a._ Save, economize, spend frugally, manage with
frugality.

~Husbandman~, _n._ Agriculturist, farmer, tiller of the ground,
cultivator of the soil.

~Husbandry~, _n._ ~1.~ Agriculture, farming, tillage, geoponics,
cultivation of the soil.

~2.~ Frugality, thrift, domestic economy, management of domestic
affairs.

~Hush~, _v. a._ Still, silence, calm, quiet.

~Hush~, _interj._ Silence, whist, be still, keep quiet, make no noise.

~Hush-money~, _n._ BLACKMAIL, bribe to keep silence.

~Husk~, _n._ Rind, bark, hull, glume, CHAFF, outer covering.

~Husk~, _v. a._ Strip off the husk from (_as from Indian corn_).

~Husks~, _n. pl._ Hulls, glumes, chaff.

~Husky~, _a._ ~1.~ Dry, shrivelled.

~2.~ Hoarse, rough, raucous, harsh.

~Hussar~, _n._ Light-armed dragoon.

~Hussy~, _n._ Jade, queen, base woman, sorry wench.

~Hustle~, _v. a._ Push, jostle, justle, elbow, crowd.

~Huswife~, _n._ Housewife, female economist, thrifty woman.

~Huswifely~, _a._ Thrifty, frugal, economical.

~Hut~, _n._ Cot, cabin, shed, hovel, poor cottage, mean dwelling.

~Hutch~, _n._ ~1.~ Chest, coffer, bin.

~2.~ Trap (_as for rabbits_).

~3.~ (_Mining._) Box (_for coal_).

~Huzza~, _interj._ Hurrah.

~Huzza~, _n._ Shout, halloo, holla, hoot.

~Huzza~, _v. n._ Shout, cry huzza.

~Hyaline~, _a._ Glassy, crystalline, transparent.

~Hyaloid~, _a._ (_Anat._) Vitriform.

~Hybrid~, _n._ Mule, mongrel.

~Hybrid~, _a._ Mongrel.

~Hydra~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Myth._) Many-headed monster.

~2.~ Spectre, hobgoblin, ogre, Gorgon, bugbear, POKER, BUGABOO,
frightful object, raw head and bloody bones.

~Hydrant~, _n._ Discharge-pipe (_from the main of an aqueduct_), water-
plug.

~Hydrargyrum~, _n._ Mercury, quicksilver.

~Hydrate~, _n._ Hydro-oxide.

~Hydraulic press~, Bramah press, hydrostatic press.

~Hydraulic ram~, Water-ram.

~Hydrocephalus~, _n._ Dropsy of the brain.

~Hydrochlorate~, _n._ Muriate.

~Hydrochloric acid~, Muriatic acid.

~Hydrocyanic acid~, Prussic acid.

~Hydrogen~, _n._ (_Chem._) Inflammable air.

~Hydro-oxide~, _n._ Hydrate.

~Hydropathist~, _n._ Water-doctor.

~Hydropathy~, _n._ Water-cure.

~Hydrophobia~, _n._ [Med.] Canine madness.

~Hydropthalmia~, _n._ Dropsy of the eye.

~Hydropthalmy~, _n._ Dropsy of the eye.

~Hydrostatic press~, Bramah press, hydraulic press.

~Hydrosulphuric acid~, Sulphuretted hydrogen.

~Hydrous~, _a._ Watery.

~Hyemal~, _a._ Brumal, wintry, frosty, icy, cold, chilling.

~Hyena~, _n._ Tiger-wolf.

~Hygeia~, _n._ (_Myth._) Goddess of health.

~Hygiene~, _n._ Hygienics, science of health.

~Hygienics~, _n._ Hygiene.

~Hylobate~, _n._ Gibbon, long-armed ape.

~Hymen~, _n._ (_Myth._) God of marriage.

~Hymeneal~, _n._ Hymenean, marriage song.

~Hymeneal~, _a._ Nuptial, connubial, matrimonial, bridal, conjugal,
CONJUGIAL.

~Hymenean~, _n._ Hymeneal, marriage song.

~Hymn~, _n._ Song (_of praise_), devotional song, spiritual song.

~Hyoid bone~, (_Anat._) Bone of the tongue.

~Hyperbaton~, _n._ (_Rhet._) Inversion, transposition of words.

~Hyperbole~, _n._ (_Rhet._) Exaggeration.

~Hyperborean~, _a._ ~1.~ Most northern, far north.

~2.~ Very cold.

~Hypercritical~, _a._ Over-critical, captiously critical.

~Hypercriticism~, _n._ Captious criticism.

~Hypnotic~, _a._ Soporific, somniferous.

~Hypnotic~, _n._ Narcotic, soporific, anodyne, opiate.

~Hypnotism~, _n._ Sleepiness, lethargy.

~Hypochondria~, _n._ (_Med._) MELANCHOLY, spleen, vapors, depression,
dejection, ~hypochondriasis~, low spirits.

~Hypochondriac~, _n._ Seek-sorrow, self-tormentor.

~Hypochondriac~, _a._ MELANCHOLY, splenetic, dispirited, dejected,
depressed.

~Hypochondriacal~, _a._ MELANCHOLY, splenetic, dispirited, dejected,
depressed.

~Hypochondriasis~, _n._ (_Med._) Melancholy, HYPOCHONDRIA.

~Hypocrisy~, _n._ ~1.~ Pharisaism, formalism, sanctimoniousness, cant,
pietism, assumed piety.

~2.~ Dissimulation, deceit, deception, imposture, pretence, false
profession.

~Hypocrite~, _n._ ~1.~ Pharisee, formalist, pietist, religionist,
canter.

~2.~ Dissembler, deceiver, impostor, pretender, cheat.

~Hypocritic~, _a._ ~1.~ Pharisaical, canting, sanctimonious.

~2.~ Dissembling, insincere, false, hollow.

~Hypocritical~, _a._ ~1.~ Pharisaical, canting, sanctimonious.

~2.~ Dissembling, insincere, false, hollow.

~Hypogene rocks~, Primary rocks.

~Hypostasis~, _n._ ~1.~ Substance, subsistence.

~2.~ Person, personality.

~3.~ Principle, element.

~Hypostatic union~, Incarnation.

~Hypothecate~, _v. a._ Pledge (_as ship, freight, cargo, &c., without
delivery_), mortgage.

~Hypothesis~, _n._ Supposition, theory.

~Hypothetic~, _a._ Conditional, that involves an hypothesis.

~Hypothetical~, _a._ Conditional, that involves an hypothesis.

~Hysteria~, _n._ (_Med._) Hysterics.

~Hysteric~, _a._ ~1.~ Spasmodic.

~2.~ Affected with hysterics.

~Hysterical~, _a._ ~1.~ Spasmodic.

~2.~ Affected with hysterics.



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~Iambic~, _n._ ~1.~ Iambus.

~2.~ Iambic verse.

~Ibex~, _n._ Stein-boc (_Capra ibex_).

~Ibidem~, _ad._ [L.] In the same place.

~Ice~, _n._ ~1.~ Frozen water.

~2.~ Concreted sugar, icing, frosting.

~3.~ Ice-cream.

~Ice-cream~, _n._ Ice.

~Iceland crystal~, ICELAND SPAR.

~Iceland spar~, Calcareous spar, crystallized carbonate of lime,
Iceland crystal.

~Ichnography~, _n._ Ground plan, horizontal section.

~Ichor~, _n._ ~1.~ (_Myth._) Blood of the Gods.

~2.~ Serous humor.

~Ichorous~, _a._ Serous, watery, thin.

~Ichthyocol~, _n._ Isinglass, fish-glue, CARLOCK.

~Ichthyocolla~, _n._ Isinglass, fish-glue, CARLOCK.

~Icing~, _n._ Frosting, concreted sugar (_for coating cake_).

~Iconoclasm~, _n._ Image-breaking.

~Iconoclast~, _n._ Image-breaker.

~Icterus~, _n._ (_Med._) Jaundice.

~Icy~, _a._ ~1.~ Glacial.

~2.~ Cold, chilling, frosty.

~3.~ Frigid, indifferent, cold-hearted.

~Idea~, _n._ ~1.~ [_In the Platonic philosophy._] Archetype
(_conceived of as existing from eternity_), pattern, model, exemplar,
form, essence (_common to many individual things and represented by a
general term_).

~2.~ Universal, concept, conception, notion, general or universal
conception.

~3.~ Object of thought, image in the mind, mental representation of an
object.

~4.~ Impression, apprehension, thought, fancy, conceit.

~5.~ Opinion, belief, supposition, judgment, sentiment.

~Ideal~, _a._ ~1.~ Intellectual, mental.

~2.~ Imaginary, unreal, fanciful, fantastic, fancied, illusory,
chimerical, visionary, shadowy.

~Ideal~, _n._ Imaginary standard, ideal model of perfection.

~Ideality~, _n._ Imagination, conception, invention, fancy.

~Idem~, [L.] The same.

~Identical~, _a._ Same, selfsame, very same, one and the same, exactly
the same, not different.

~Identify~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Prove to be identical, prove to be the same,
ascertain to be the same.

~2.~ Make identical, regard as one, consider the same.

~Identify~, _v. n._ Become identical, be the same.

~Identity~, _n._ Sameness.

~Ideology~, _n._ Metaphysics, psychology, pneumatology, mental
philosophy, science of the mind, science of ideas.

~Id est~, [L.] That is.

~Idiocrasy~, _n._ Peculiarity, idiosyncrasy, peculiar temperament.

~Idiocy~, _n._ Foolishness, imbecility, fatuity, feebleness of
intellect, want of understanding.

~Idiom~, _n._ ~1.~ Peculiar mode or turn of expression (_sanctioned by
use in any language_).

~2.~ Genius (_of a language_), characteristic quality.

~3.~ Dialect.

~Idiomatic~, _a._ Peculiar (_as respects any mode of expression_).

~Idiomatical~, _a._ Peculiar (_as respects any mode of expression_).

~Idiosyncrasy~, _n._ Peculiarity (_of constitution_), idiocrasy,
peculiar temperament.

~Idiot~, _n._ Fool, natural, natural fool.

~Idiotic~, _a._ Foolish, sottish.

~Idiotical~, _a._ Foolish, sottish.

~Idle~, _a._ ~1.~ Unemployed, unoccupied, unbusied, inactive.

~2.~ Indolent, lazy, slothful, sluggish, inert.

~3.~ Vacant, unused.

~4.~ Useless, ineffectual, bootless, fruitless, unavailing, vain,
futile, abortive.

~5.~ Trifling, trivial, unimportant, trashy, foolish, unprofitable.

~Idle away~, Waste, spend in idleness.

~Idler~, _n._ Drone, sluggard, laggard, lounger, dawdler, trifler,
doodle, slow-back, inefficient person.

~Idol~, _n._ ~1.~ Pagan deity, false god.

~2.~ Falsity.

~3.~ Favorite, pet, darling.

~Idolater~, _n._ ~1.~ Worshipper of idols.

~2.~ Adorer, great admirer.

~Idolatry~, _n._ ~1.~ Worship of idols.

~2.~ Excessive love, excessive veneration.

~Idolize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Deify.

~2.~ Adore, reverence or love excessively.

~Idyl~, _n._ ~1.~ Bucolic, eclogue, pastoral, pastoral poem.

~2.~ Short poem (_highly wrought_).

~If~, _conj._ ~1.~ Suppose that, admitting that, allowing that.

~2.~ Whether, whether or not.

~Igneous~, _a._ Fiery.

~Ignis fatuus~, [L.] Jack-with-a-lantern, Jack-a-lantern, Will-with-
the-wisp, Will-o'-the-wisp.

~Ignite~, _v. a._ Kindle, set fire to, set on fire.

~Ignite~, _v. n._ Kindle, take fire, catch fire.

~Ignoble~, _a._ ~1.~ Plebeian, vulgar, untitled, base-born, low-born,
mean, low.

~2.~ Worthless, insignificant, mean, contemptible.

~3.~ Dishonorable, disgraceful, infamous, base.

~Ignominious~, _a._ Dishonorable, disgraceful, shameful, infamous,
scandalous, disreputable, opprobrious.

~Ignominy~, _n._ Dishonor, disgrace, discredit, disrepute, shame,
infamy, obloquy, contempt, opprobrium, odium, scandal, abasement.

~Ignoramus~, _n._ Sciolist, smatterer, novice, wiseacre, greenhorn,
simpleton, numskull, DUNCE.

~Ignorance~, _n._ Illiteracy, nescience, darkness, blindness, want of
knowledge.

~Ignorant~, _a._ Unlearned, uninstructed, uninformed, uneducated,
untaught, unenlightened, blind, illiterate, unlettered, dark.

~Ignorant of~, Unaware of, unacquainted with.

~Ignore~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Regard as unknown, shut one's eyes to, leave
out of view, not recognize, not take into account.

~2.~ (_Law._) Reject, set aside.

~Ill~, _a._ ~1.~ Bad, evil, unfortunate, unfavorable.

~2.~ Wicked, wrong, iniquitous, naughty.

~3.~ Indisposed, ailing, unwell, sick, on the sick list, out of sorts,
out of health, laid on the shelf, laid on the back, under the weather.

~Ill~, _n._ ~1.~ Wickedness, depravity, evil.

~2.~ Misfortune, calamity, misery, pain.

~Ill~, _ad._ ~1.~ Badly, not well.

~2.~ With difficulty, not easily.

~Ill-advised~, _a._ Injudicious, unwise, imprudent, ridiculous,
absurd, foolish, ill-judged.

~Illation~, _n._ Inference, deduction, conclusion.

~Illative~, _a._ Inferential.

~Ill-bred~, _a._ Impolite, uncivil, uncourteous, discourteous,
uncourtly, unpolished, uncouth, rude, ill-behaved, ill-mannered.

~Ill-breeding~, _n._ Impoliteness, incivility, rudeness, discourtesy,
ill manners.

~Illegal~, _a._ Unlawful, illicit, unlicensed.

~Illegality~, _n._ Unlawfulness, illicitness.

~Illegible~, _a._ Unreadable, not readable.

~Illegitimate~, _a._ ~1.~ Unlawfully begotten, born out of wedlock.

~2.~ Spurious, not genuine.

~3.~ Unauthorized, unlawful, illicit, improper.

~Ill-fated~, _a._ Luckless, unlucky, unfortunate, ill-starred.

~Ill-favored~, _a._ Ugly, homely, plain, ill-looking.

~Ill-flavored~, _a._ Unsavory, unpalatable.

~Ill-humor~, _n._ Fretfulness, peevishness, petulance, testiness, ill-
temper.

~Illiberal~, _a._ ~1.~ Parsimonious, stingy, miserly, niggardly,
penurious, ungenerous, sordid, covetous, mean, selfish, close, close-
fisted.

~2.~ Uncharitable, selfish, narrow, self-seeking, narrow-minded.

~Illicit~, _a._ Unlawful, illegal, unlicensed.

~Illimitable~, _a._ Boundless, infinite, unbounded, immense, vast.

~Illiteracy~, _n._ Ignorance, want of learning, want of literary
culture.

~Illiterate~, _a._ Uninstructed (_in books_), unlettered, unlearned,
untaught, ignorant.

~Ill-temper~, _n._ Moroseness, sullenness, sulkiness, crabbedness,
crossness, perverseness, ill-nature, bad temper.

~Ill-judged~, _a._ Unwise, injudicious, imprudent, ridiculous, absurd,
foolish, ill-advised.

~Ill-looking~, _a._ Ugly, homely, plain, ill-favored.

~Ill-mannered~, _a._ Impolite, uncivil, uncourteous, discourteous,
uncourtly, unpolished, uncouth, rude, ill-behaved, ill-bred.

~Ill-nature~, _n._ ~1.~ Malevolence, unkindness, hatred, enmity, ill-
will.

~2.~ Moroseness, sullenness, ill-temper, bad temper.

~Ill-natured~, _a._ ~1.~ Malevolent, unkind, disobliging, unfriendly,
unamiable.

~2.~ Morose, sullen, sulky, cross, churlish, crabbed, sour, perverse,
wayward, crusty, petulant, cross-grained, ill-tempered.

~Illness~, _n._ Disease, sickness, indisposition, ailing, ailment,
complaint, disorder, distemper.

~Illogical~, _a._ Sophistical, inconclusive, inconsequent, fallacious,
incorrect, unsound.

~Illogicalness~, _n._ Inconsequence, inconclusiveness.

~Ill-proportioned~, _a._ Misshapen, misproportioned, shapeless, ill-
shaped, ill-made.

~Ill-provided~, _a._ Ill-furnished, scantily supplied.

~Ill-spent~, _a._ Wasted.

~Ill-starred~, _a._ Unlucky, luckless, unfortunate, ill-fated.

~Ill-temper~, _n._ Moroseness, ILL-NATURE.

~Ill-tempered~, _a._ Morose, ILL-NATURED.

~Ill-timed~, _a._ Unseasonable, untimely, inopportune, inapposite,
irrelevant, out of place.

~Ill-treat~, _v. a._ Maltreat, injure, abuse, ill-use.

~Ill-turn~, _n._ ~1.~ Unkind act.

~2.~ [_Colloquial._] Slight illness.

~Illude~, _v. a._ Mock, deceive, disappoint, cheat, balk, dupe.

~Illume~, _v. a._ [_Poetical._] Illuminate.

~Illuminate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Enlighten, illumine, illume, supply with
light.

~2.~ Adorn with lights (_as a building_), light up.

~3.~ Adorn with colored letters.

~Illumine~, _v. a._ Enlighten, illuminate, illume, supply with light.

~Illusion~, _n._ Delusion, hallucination, deception, error, fallacy,
mockery, fantasy, phantasm, chimera, false show.

~Illusive~, _a._ Deceptive, deceitful, delusive, fallacious.

~Illusory~, _a._ Deceptive, deceitful, delusive, fallacious.

~Illustrate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Elucidate, explain, exemplify, make clear,
make plain, throw light upon.

~2.~ Adorn with pictures.

~Illustration~, _n._ ~1.~ Elucidation, explanation, exemplification.

~2.~ Illustrative picture.

~Illustrative~, _a._ Explanatory.

~Illustrious~, _a._ ~1.~ Glorious, splendid, brilliant, bright, radiant.

~2.~ Famous, famed, noted, distinguished, renowned, celebrated,
conspicuous, eminent, signal, remarkable.

~Ill-will~, _n._ Malevolence, unkindness, enmity, hatred, rancor,
uncharitableness, ill-nature.

~Image~, _n._ ~1.~ Statue.

~2.~ Idol, object of worship.

~3.~ Likeness, effigy, figure, similitude, resemblance, picture,
representation of an object (_real or fancied_).

~4.~ Trope, figurative expression.

~Image~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Form an image of.

~2.~ IMAGINE, fancy, picture.

~Imagery~, _n._ ~1.~ Phantasm, phantom, vision, dream, fanciful forms.

~2.~ Tropes, figures of speech, figurative language.

~Imaginable~, _a._ Conceivable.

~Imaginary~, _a._ Visionary, ideal, fancied, fanciful, chimerical,
dreamy, unreal, shadowy, wild, Quixotic, Utopian.

~Imagination~, _n._ Conception (_united with the faculty of
recombining ideas so as to form a new creation_), invention, ideality,
FANCY, creative power, plastic power.

~Imaginative~, _a._ Inventive, creative, poetical.

~Imagine~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Conceive, image, fancy, picture, picture to
one's self, figure to one's self.

~2.~ Think, apprehend, suppose, believe, deem.

~3.~ Devise, contrive, plot, scheme, project, frame.

~Imagine~, _v. n._ Suppose, think, opine, fancy, dream, take it into
one's head, have a notion.

~Imbecile~, _a._ ~1.~ Weak, feeble, infirm, helpless, decrepit.

~2.~ Foolish, witless, drivelling, idiotic, fatuous.

~Imbecile~, _n._ Dotard, feeble person.

~Imbecility~, _n._ ~1.~ Weakness, feebleness, debility, infirmity,
helplessness.

~2.~ Foolishness, childishness, idiocy, fatuity.

~Imbibe~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Absorb, take in, suck in, suck up, swallow up.

~2.~ Receive, gather, acquire, gain, get, pick up.

~Imbitter~, _v. a._ [Written also _Embitter_.] ~1.~ Make bitter.

~2.~ Make unhappy or grievous.

~3.~ Exasperate, madden, enrage.

~Imbosom~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Hold in the bosom.

~2.~ Enclose, surround.

~Imbricate~, _a._ (_Bot._) Overlapping.

~Imbricated~, _a._ (_Bot._) Overlapping.

~Imbroglio~, _n._ [It.] ~1.~ Intricate plot.

~2.~ Complication, complexity, entanglement, embarrassing situation.

~Imbrue~, _v. a._ Wet, moisten, steep, soak, drench.

~Imbrute~, _v. a._ Brutify.

~Imbue~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Tinge, dye, stain, tint, tincture, color.

~2.~ Impregnate, inoculate, infuse.

~Imitate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Copy, follow, pattern after.

~2.~ Mimic, ape, mock, personate, impersonate, take off.

~3.~ Parody, travesty, turn into burlesque.

~Imitation~, _n._ ~1.~ Copying, imitating.

~2.~ Copy, resemblance, likeness.

~3.~ Mimicry, mocking.

~4.~ Parody, travesty.

~Imitative~, _a._ ~1.~ Imitating, copying.

~2.~ Mimicking, aping, apish.

~Imitator~, _n._ Copyist.

~Immaculate~, _a._ ~1.~ Spotless, unspotted, stainless, unsullied,
unsoiled, untainted, unblemished, untarnished, undefiled, clean, pure.

~2.~ Innocent, guiltless, sinless, faultless.

~Immanence~, _n._ Inherence, indwelling.

~Immanent~, _a._ Intrinsic, inherent, internal, subjective, indwelling.

~Immaterial~, _a._ ~1.~ Incorporeal, unbodied, spiritual.

~2.~ Unimportant, insignificant, unessential, non-essential, of no
importance, of no consequence.

~Immateriality~, _n._ Spirituality, incorporsity.

~Immaterialness~, _n._ Spirituality, incorporsity.

~Immature~, _a._ ~1.~ Unripe, crude, green, raw, unformed, unprepared,
rudimental, imperfect, unfinished.

~2.~ Premature, untimely, unseasonable, out of season.

~Immatureness~, _a._ Unripeness, crudeness, crudity, incompleteness,
greenness, rawness.

~Immaturity~, _a._ Unripeness, crudeness, crudity, incompleteness,
greenness, rawness.

~Immeasurable~, _a._ Illimitable, limitless, boundless, unbounded,
measureless, immense, infinite.

~Immediate~, _a._ ~1.~ Proximate, close.

~2.~ Direct, without other agency.

~3.~ Instantaneous, instant, present.

~Immediately~, _ad._ ~1.~ Closely, proximately.

~2.~ Directly, without any intervention.

~3.~ Instantly, INSTANTER, forthwith, just now, without delay, this
moment.

~Immemorial~, _a._ Beyond memory, that cannot be remembered.

~Immense~, _a._ ~1.~ Illimitable, boundless, unbounded, unlimited,
measureless, infinite.

~2.~ Vast, enormous, prodigious, huge, gigantic, colossal, Cyclopean,
Herculean, very great.

~Immensity~, _n._ ~1.~ Infinity, infinitude, boundlessness.

~2.~ Vastness, hugeness.

~Immerge~, _v. a._ IMMERSE.

~Immerse~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Dip, plunge, immerge, submerge, overwhelm,
douse, souse, duck.

~2.~ Involve, engage, absorb.

~Immersion~, _n._ ~1.~ Dipping, plunging.

~2.~ Engagement, absorption.

~3.~ (_Astron._) Disappearance, occultation.

~Immesh~, _v. a._ Entangle (_as in the meshes of a net_), ensnare.

~Immethodical~, _a._ Unsystematic, irregular, unmethodical, confused,
desultory, disorderly.

~Immethodically~, _ad._ Irregularly, confusedly, pellmell, helter-
skelter.

~Imminent~, _a._ Impending, threatening, impendent, near at hand.

~Immitigable~, _a._ Not to be mitigated, that cannot be mitigated.

~Immobility~, _n._ Unmovableness, immovableness, immovability.

~Immoderate~, _a._ Inordinate, excessive, unreasonable, extravagant,
exorbitant, intemperate.

~Immodest~, _a._ ~1.~ Indelicate, indecent, shameless, indecorous,
gross, coarse.

~2.~ Impure, obscene, smutty, lewd, unchaste, filthy.

~Immodesty~, _n._ ~1.~ Indecency, indecorum, grossness, coarseness.

~2.~ Impurity, obscenity, lewdness, unchastity, smuttiness.

~Immolate~, _v. a._ Sacrifice, offer up, offer in sacrifice, kill as a
victim.

~Immolation~, _n._ ~1.~ Sacrifice.

~2.~ Sacrificial victim.

~Immoral~, _a._ Wicked, vicious, sinful, unprincipled, dishonest,
unjust, depraved, corrupt, profligate, dissolute.

~Immorality~, _n._ Wickedness, vice, sin, dishonesty, depravity,
corruption, demoralization, sinfulness, criminality, profligacy, want
of principle.

~Immortal~, _a._ ~1.~ Undying, deathless, ever-living, imperishable,
incorruptible, unfading, indestructible, enduring, never-dying.

~2.~ Eternal, everlasting, endless, perpetual, ceaseless, never-ending.

~Immortality~, _n._ ~1.~ Exemption from death, endless life.

~2.~ Perpetuity, unlimited existence.

~3.~ Perpetual fame, exemption from oblivion.

~Immortalize~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Exempt from death, make immortal.

~2.~ Perpetuate, make everlasting.

~3.~ Perpetuate in memory, exempt from oblivion, make ever famous.

~Immortelle~, _n._ [Fr.] Cudweed, everlasting, goldylocks.

~Immovable~, _a._ ~1.~ Fixed, firm, stable, not to be moved.

~2.~ Steadfast, unshaken, unalterable, unchangeable.

~3.~ (_Law._) Real.

~Immunity~, _n._ ~1.~ Freedom, exemption, release, exoneration.

~2.~ Privilege, prerogative, right, liberty, charter, franchise.

~Immure~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Confine, shut up.

~2.~ Imprison, incarcerate.

~Immutability~, _n._ Unchangeableness, invariableness, invariability,
constancy, permanence, stability.

~Immutable~, _a._ Unchangeable, invariable, unalterable, undeviating,
constant, permanent, stable.

~Imp~, _n._ Sprite, hobgoblin, FLIBBERTIGIBBET, little demon or devil,
malignant spirit.

~Impact~, _n._ Impulse, collision, shock.

~Impair~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Deteriorate, injure, vitiate, make worse.

~2.~ Lessen, diminish, decrease, make less.

~3.~ Weaken, enfeeble, enervate.

~Impalpable~, _a._ ~1.~ Intangible, very fine, not palpable, not to be
felt, not perceptible by the touch.

~2.~ Imperceptible, shadowy, unsubstantial.

~Impart~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Give, grant, bestow, CONFER, share.

~2.~ Communicate, divulge, disclose, reveal, tell, make known.

~Impartial~, _a._ Unbiassed, unprejudiced, disinterested, equitable,
just, fair, honorable, even-handed.

~Impartiality~, _n._ Disinterestedness, equitableness, justice,
fairness, honor, honorableness, fair play.

~Impassable~, _a._ Impervious, impermeable, impenetrable, pathless.

~Impassibility~, _n._ Impassiveness, insensibility.

~Impassible~, _a._ Impassive, insensible, incapable of suffering.

~Impassioned~, _a._ Passionate, vehement, impetuous, glowing, intense,
excited, animated, fervid, fervent, zealous, warm, ardent.

~Impassive~, _a._ Impassible, insensible.

~Impatience~, _n._ ~1.~ Disquietude, restlessness, uneasiness.

~2.~ Vehemence, impetuosity, haste, eagerness, precipitation.

~Impatient~, _a._ ~1.~ Unquiet, uneasy, restless.

~2.~ Hasty, precipitate, vehement, impetuous, eager.

~Impecunious~, _a._ [_Rare._] Moneyless, penniless, out of money,
short of money.

~Impecuniosity~, _n._ [_Rare._] Want of money.

~Impawn~, _v. a._ Pledge, pawn.

~Impeach~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Accuse, charge, indict, arraign, criminate.

~2.~ Censure, denounce, call in question.

~Impeachment~, _n._ ~1.~ Accusation, indictment, charge, arraignment,
crimination.

~2.~ Censure, blame, reproach, imputation.

~Impeccability~, _n._ Sinlessness, faultlessness, immaculateness,
innocence, purity.

~Impeccable~, _a._ Sinless, faultless, immaculate.

~Impede~, _v. a._ Hinder, obstruct, stop, clog, check, retard, delay,
interrupt, thwart, restrain, block.

~Impediment~, _n._ Hinderance, obstruction, obstacle, check, bar,
difficulty, stumbling-block.

~Impel~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Drive, push, urge, put in motion, press on, urge
forward.

~2.~ Induce, move, persuade, influence, instigate, incite, actuate,
set on, stir up.

~Impend~, _v. n._ Threaten, hang over, be imminent, be at hand, be in
store, stare one in the face.

~Impendent~, _a._ Impending, threatening, imminent, near at hand.

~Impenetrable~, _a._ Not to be penetrated, not to be pierced.

~Impenitence~, _n._ Obduracy, hardness of heart, seared conscience.

~Impenitency~, _n._ Obduracy, hardness of heart, seared conscience.

~Impenitent~, _a._ Uncontrite, unrepentant, obdurate, hardened,
seared, lost, recusant, relentless, graceless, shameless,
incorrigible, irreclaimable.

~Imperative~, _a._ ~1.~ Commanding, authoritative, peremptory.

~2.~ Binding, obligatory.

~Imperceptible~, _a._ ~1.~ Invisible, undiscernible, not to be
perceived.

~2.~ Fine, minute, very small.

~Imperfect~, _a._ ~1.~ Defective, incomplete, faulty, not entire.

~2.~ Weak, frail, erring.

~Imperfection~, _n._ ~1.~ Defect, fault, blemish, stain.

~2.~ Weakness, frailty, foible, failing, vice.

~Imperial~, _a._ Kingly, regal, royal, sovereign.

~Imperious~, _a._ Dictatorial, magisterial, domineering, tyrannical,
despotic, overbearing, lordly, haughty, arrogant.

~Imperishable~, _a._ Indestructible, everlasting, unfading, eternal,
perennial, immortal, never-ending.

~Impermeable~, _a._ Impervious, impenetrable, impassable.

~Impersonate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Personate, imitate, ape, mimic, mock, take
off.

~2.~ Incarnate, invest with personality.

~Impersonation~, _n._ Incarnation, bodily manifestation, investment
with personality.

~Impertinence~, _n._ ~1.~ Irrelevance, irrelevancy.

~2.~ Rudeness, intrusiveness, impudence, insolence, incivility,
sauciness, forwardness, boldness, presumption, effrontery, pertness,
assurance, face, front, brass, CHEEK, brazen face.

~Impertinency~, _n._ ~1.~ Irrelevance, irrelevancy.

~2.~ Rudeness, intrusiveness, impudence, insolence, incivility,
sauciness, forwardness, boldness, presumption, effrontery, pertness,
assurance, face, front, brass, CHEEK, brazen face.

~Impertinent~, _a._ ~1.~ Irrelevant, inapposite, not applicable, not
to the point, not pertaining to the matter in hand, not pertinent.

~2.~ Intrusive, meddling, officious, insolent, rude, impudent, saucy,
forward, pert, bold, malapert, unmannerly.

~Imperturbability~, _n._ Calmness, coolness, composure, collectedness,
equanimity, placidity.

~Imperturbable~, _a._ Calm, cool, composed, unmoved, undisturbed,
tranquil, unruffled, collected, placid, inexcitable, sedate, not to be
disturbed.

~Impervious~, _a._ Impermeable, impenetrable, impassable.

~Impetuosity~, _n._ Vehemence, violence, fury, precipitancy,
precipitation, haste.

~Impetuous~, _a._ Vehement, violent, furious, fierce, passionate,
precipitate, hasty, hot, over-zealous.

~Impetus~, _n._ Momentum.

~Impiety~, _n._ Irreverence, ungodliness, irreligion, wickedness,
unrighteousness, sinfulness, iniquity, unholiness, profanity.

~Impinge~, _v. n._ Strike, hit, fall against, strike against, dash
against, clash upon, collide with.

~Impious~, _a._ Irreverent, ungodly, irreligious, blasphemous, wicked,
sinful, unrighteous, unholy, iniquitous, profane.

~Implacability~, _n._ Malice, vindictiveness, rancor, inexorableness,
relentlessness, cruelty.

~Implacable~, _a._ Malicious, vindictive, inexorable, unrelenting,
relentless, rancorous, unappeasable, cruel.

~Implacableness~, _n._ IMPLACABILITY.

~Implant~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Engraft, infix, set, put, place.

~2.~ Instil, infuse, inculcate.

~Implement~, _n._ Instrument, tool, utensil.

~Implicate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Infold, entangle.

~2.~ Involve, make participator, prove to be concerned, bring into
connection with.

~Implication~, _n._ ~1.~ Involution, entanglement.

~2.~ Tacit inference, necessary conclusion.

~Implicit~, _a._ ~1.~ Implied, inferred, understood, tacit.

~2.~ Unreserved, unhesitating, firm, undoubting, steadfast, unshaken.

~Implicitly~, _ad._ ~1.~ Impliedly, virtually, by inference, by
implication.

~2.~ Unreservedly, with unshaken confidence, without hesitation.

~Implore~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Entreat, supplicate, beseech, pray, pray to.

~2.~ Crave, solicit, beg, pray for, petition for.

~Imply~, _v. a._ Involve (_as a consequence_), include (_by
implication_), import, signify, mean.

~Impolicy~, _n._ Imprudence, indiscretion, folly, bad policy.

~Impolite~, _a._ Uncivil, uncourteous, discourteous, unpolished, rude,
ungentlemanly, rough, boorish, savage, bearish.

~Impolitic~, _a._ Imprudent, injudicious, indiscreet, ill-advised, ill-
judged.

~Imporous~, _a._ Close, compact, dense, solid, without pores.

~Import~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Bring into (_a country from abroad_).

~2.~ Imply, denote, purport, signify, betoken, mean.

~3.~ Concern, be of importance to, be of consequence to, be of
interest to.

~Import~, _n._ ~1.~ Signification, meaning, purport, import, sense,
drift, gist, spirit, bearing, tenor, intention.

~2.~ Imported merchandise.

~3.~ Importance, consequence, weight, moment, significance.

~Importance~, _n._ Consequence, weight, moment, significance, import,
concern.

~Important~, _a._ Weighty, momentous, grave, serious, material,
significant, of importance, of moment, of great weight.

~Importation~, _n._ ~1.~ Importing.

~2.~ Import, merchandise imported.

~Importunate~, _a._ Urgent, pertinacious, pressing, teasing, busy,
earnestly solicitous.

~Importune~, _v. a._ Press (_by entreaty_), urge (_by repeated
requests_), beset, entreat, dun, solicit earnestly.

~Importunity~, _n._ Entreaty, urgency, insistence, pressing
solicitation.

~Impose~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put, lay, set, place.

~2.~ Prescribe, enjoin, appoint.

~3.~ Obtrude, palm, pass off.

~Impose on~, Deceive, cheat, chouse, trick, befool, hoax, dupe,
delude, circumvent, diddle, play upon, put upon.

~Impose upon~, Deceive, cheat, chouse, trick, befool, hoax, dupe,
delude, circumvent, diddle, play upon, put upon.

~Imposing~, _a._ Grand, stately, august, majestic, impressive, noble,
commanding.

~Imposition~, _n._ ~1.~ Imposing.

~2.~ Constraint, oppression, burden, charge, injunction, levy, tax.

~3.~ Deception, fraud, trickery, artifice, IMPOSTURE, cheating.

~Impossibility~, _n._ ~1.~ Impracticability.

~2.~ What cannot be, thing impossible.

~Impossible~, _a._ Impracticable, unfeasible, unattainable,
unachievable, not feasible, not possible, out of the question.

~Impost~, _n._ Tax, duty, custom, excise, toll, tribute, rate.

~Imposthume~, _n._ Abscess, gathering, ulcer, fester, sore, pustule.

~Impostor~, _n._ Deceiver, pretender, cheat, rogue, trickster,
tricker, knave, hypocrite, Pharisee, quack, charlatan, mountebank,
double-dealer.

~Imposture~, _n._ Cheat, trick, deception, imposition, hoax, fraud,
delusion, artifice, ruse, dodge, wile, deceit, stratagem, BAM, chouse,
clap-trap, crafty device.

~Impotence~, _n._ Inability, disability, incapacity, incapability,
incompetence, inefficiency, weakness, feebleness, imbecility,
infirmity, frailty.

~Impotent~, _a._ Powerless, unable, incapable, incompetent, disabled,
incapacitated, imbecile, weak, feeble, infirm, frail, inefficient.

~Impound~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Put into a pound.

~2.~ Confine, incage, imprison, shut up, coop up.

~Impoverish~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Make poor, bring to want, reduce to
poverty, reduce to indigence.

~2.~ Exhaust the fertility of, make sterile.

~Impracticability~, _n._ Impossibility, infeasibility,
impracticableness.

~Impracticable~, _a._ ~1.~ Impossible, unfeasible, not practicable.

~2.~ Hard to deal with, hard to get along with.

~3.~ Impassable (_as a road_).

~Impracticableness~, _n._ Impracticability.

~Imprecate~, _v. a._ Invoke (_a curse or some evil_).

~Imprecation~, _n._ ~1.~ Invocation (_of evil_).

~2.~ Curse, malediction, execration, denunciation, anathema.

~Impregnable~, _a._ Unassailable, inexpugnable, not to be taken by
assault, not to be stormed, secure from capture, tenable against all
odds.

~Impregnate~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Fecundate, make pregnant, get with child.

~2.~ Imbue, infuse, saturate, fill, tincture.

~3.~ (_Bot._) Fertilize, make prolific.

~Impregnation~, _n._ ~1.~ Fecundation.

~2.~ Infusion, saturation, tincture.

~Impress~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Stamp, print, imprint, mark by pressure.

~2.~ Inculcate, fix deeply.

~3.~ Press, force into public service.

~Impress~, _n._ ~1.~ Print, imprint, stamp, impression, mark, seal.

~2.~ Device (_as upon a seal_), motto, cognizance, symbol, emblem.

~Impressibility~, _n._ ~1.~ Susceptibility to impression.

~2.~ Sensitiveness, sensibility.

~Impressible~, _a._ ~1.~ Susceptible of impression.

~2.~ Sensitive, easily affected.

~Impression~, _n._ ~1.~ Printing, imprinting, stamping.

~2.~ Mark, stamp, impress, brand.

~3.~ Sensation, influence, effect.

~4.~ Notion, opinion, idea, fancy, indistinct recollection.

~5.~ Edition (_of a book_), number (_of copies_) printed at once.

~Impressive~, _a._ Affecting, touching, moving, stirring, powerful.

~Imprimatur~, _n._ [L.] License to print.

~Imprimis~, _ad._ [L.] In the first place, first of all, first in order.

~Imprint~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Print, stamp, mark by pressure.

~2.~ Impress, inculcate, fix deeply.

~Imprison~, _v. a._ Incarcerate, immure, impound, confine, commit,
shut up.

~Imprisonment~, _n._ Incarceration, confinement, commitment,
restraint, constraint, duress, durance.

~Improbability~, _n._ Unlikelihood.

~Improbable~, _a._ Unlikely, not probable.

~Improbity~, _n._ Dishonesty, disingenuousness, unfairness, baseness,
knavery, faithlessness, bad faith.

~Impromptu~, _a._ Extempore, unpremeditated, off-hand.

~Impromptu~, _ad._ Extempore, off-hand, without premeditation.

~Impromptu~, _n._ Improvisation, extemporaneous effusion.

~Improper~, _a._ ~1.~ Unsuitable, unsuited, unfit, unapt, inapposite,
inappropriate, unadapted, not proper.

~2.~ Unseemly, unbecoming, indecent, indecorous.

~3.~ Inaccurate, incorrect, erroneous, wrong.

~Impropriety~, _n._ ~1.~ Unsuitableness, unfitness.

~2.~ Unseemliness, indecency, indecorum.

~3.~ Inaccuracy, incorrectness.

~Improve~, _v. a._ ~1.~ Amend, mend, better, meliorate, ameliorate,
make better.

~2.~ Use, make use of, turn to account, avail one's self of.

~3.~ Make a good use of, turn to good account, employ advantageously,
make productive.

~4.~ Apply practically (_as the doctrines of a discourse_).

~Improve~, _v. n._ ~1.~ Mend, become better, get better, get on, gain
ground, pick up.

~2.~ Make progress, take a step forward.

~3.~ (_Com._) Increase, rise, be enhanced.

~Improve on~, Make better, make improvement in, bring nearer to
perfection.

~Improvement~, _n._ ~1.~ Amendment, melioration, amelioration,
betterment, progress, proficiency, advancement.

~2.~ Good use, beneficial employment.

~3.~ Practical application (_as of a doctrine_). ~Improvidence~, _n._
Shiftlessness, imprudence, want of forethought, carelessness of the
future, neglect of preparation.

~Improvident~, _a._ Shiftless, imprudent, prodigal, wasteful, without
forecast, without foresight, careless of the future.

~Improvisate~, _v. a. & n._ Improvise, speak extempore (_in verse_).

~Improvisation~, _n._ ~1.~ Improvising.

~2.~ Impromptu.

~Improvise~, _v. a. & n._ Improvisate, speak extempore.

~Imprudence~, _n._ Indiscretion, heedlessness, carelessness, rashness,
inconsiderateness, improvidence, want of forethought.

~Imprudent~, _a._ Indiscreet, inconsiderate, incautious, injudicious,
improvident, careless, rash, unadvised.

~Impudence~, _n._ Insolence, assurance, presumption, boldness,
shamelessness, effrontery, rudeness, impertinence, sauciness,
pertness, flippancy, brass, front, face, CHEEK.

~Impudent~, _a._ Insolent, insulting, presumptuous, bold, shameless,
impertinent, rude, saucy, pert, flippant, cool, brazen, forward, bold-
faced, brazen-faced.

~Impugn~, _v. a._ Attack, assail, oppose, resist, contradict, gainsay,
call in question.

~Impulse~, _n._ ~1.~ Thrust, push, impelling force.

~2.~ Passion, instinct, sudden thought.

~3.~ Incitement, instigation, motive, influence.

~Impulsive~, _a._ ~1.~ Impelling, moving.

~2.~ Passionate, rash, quick, hot, hasty.

~Impunity~, _n._ ~1.~ Exemption from punishment.

~2.~ Exemption from injury.

~Impure~, _a._ ~1.~ Foul, unclean, dirty, filthy, feculent.

~2.~ Obscene, indecent, lewd, smutty, ribald, bawdy, coarse, immodest,
gross, vulgar, indelicate, loose.

~Impurity~, _n._ ~1.~ Foulness, uncleanness, feculence.

~2.~ Obscenity, indecency, immodesty, ribaldry, smuttiness, smut,
bawdiness.

~3.~ Coarseness, grossness, lowness, vulgarity.

~Imputable~, _a._ Attributable, referrible, chargeable, traceable,
owing, to be imputed, to be charged, to be attributed.

~Imputation~, _n._ ~1.~ Imputing, attributing.

~2.~ Charge, accusation, censure, reproach, blame.

~Impute~, _v. a._ Ascribe (_especially to some evil cause_),
attribute, refer, charge, consider as due.

~Inability~, _n._ ~1.~ Incapacity, incapability, impotence,
incompetence, incompetency, inefficiency, want of power, want of
capacity.

~2.~ Disability, disqualification.

~In a box~, In a perplexity, in a difficulty, in a dilemma, in an
embarrassing position.

~Inaccessible~, _a._ ~1.~ Unapproachable, not to be