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Definition of -ARY

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  1. of or pertaining to; adjective suffix appended to various words, often nouns, to make an adjective form. Often added to words of Latin origin, but used with other words also.
  2. [mathematics] having the specified arity.

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Google previewOutlines of the Globe: The view of Hindoostan ; western Hindoostan (1800)

by Thomas Pennant

The estu-ary is a mile broad, but so full of sand banks, that it is with great trouble a vessel of thirty tons can work up to the town, distant twelve miies from the sea. The river rises far up the country, washes the foot of the hill-of Malacca, and ...

Google previewReport of the Commissioner of Education (1877)

by United States. Office of Education

iln-ary is an admirable collection of the best books in all departments of literature, ...

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