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Definition of the noun Accedence

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noun - plural: accedences

  1. The act of acceding

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Google previewAuthors' & Printers' Dictionary (1912)

A Guide for Authors, Editors, Printers, Correctors of the Press, Compositors, and Typists, with Full List of Abbreviations by Frederick Howard Collins

accedence*, a giving consent. accelerando ( mus.), accelerating ; abbr. accel. acoelerat/e, -or*. accents and diacritical marks : acute ('); cedilla (9); circumflex (A); diaeresis (") ; doubtful length mark(a); grave (') ...

Google previewAn Universal Etymological English Dictionary; Comprehending the Derivations of the Generality of Words in the English Tongue, Either Ancient Or Modern, ... and Also a Brief and Clear Explication of All Difficult Words, ...together with a Large Collection and Explication of Words and Phrases Used in Our Ancient Statutes, Chartes, Writs, Old Records, and Processes in Law; ... Containing Many Thousand Words More Than Either Harris Philips, Kersey, Or Any English Dictionary Before Extant. To Wich is Added, a Collection of Our Most Common Proverbs, with Their Explication and Illustration. The Whole Work Compil'd and Methodically Digested, ... By N. Bailey, Philologos (1757)

accedence, an approaching to the Grammar; or from accide, q. accidents, as containing the Flexing of Nouns and ...

Google previewThe Dimwit's Dictionary (2006)

More Than 5,000 Overused Words and Phrases and Alternatives to Them by Robert Hartwell Fiske, Joseph Epstein

An ascription of meaningfulness for those who unhappily speak it, it is an accedence to meaninglessness for those who sadly hear it. Along with in the right place at the right time (SEE), this phrase is evidence of what reason has been reduced ...

Google previewA Geographical Dictionary of Milton (1919)

by Allan H. Gilbert

Accedence Commenct Grammar. HIRELINGS. Considerations Touching the Likeliest Means to Remove Hirelings out of the Church. HIST. BRIT. The History of Britain, that Part Especially Now Called England. IDEA PLATON. De Idea Platonica ...

Google previewDictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous English Literature: A-C (1926)

by Samuel Halkett, John Laing, James Kennedy, Dennis E. Rhodes

Privately printed, Edinburgh, 1889 ACCEDENCE commenc't grammar, supply'd with sufficient rules, for the use of such as, younger or elder, are desirous, without more trouble than needs, to attain the Latin tongue ; the elder sort especially, ...

Google previewSchirmer's Complete Rhyming Dictionary (2010)

by Paul Zollo

defunct disjunct dunked funked flunked injunct junked plunked skunked UNS abeyance abhorrence abidance abscondence absence abundance accedence acceptance accidence accordance acquaintance acquiescence acquittance ...

Google previewDictionary of Medical Vocabulary in English, 1375–1550 (2016)

Body Parts, Sicknesses, Instruments, and Medicinal Preparations by Juhani Norri

accedence, accedens, acatarthies* → catharticum. accedente → accident. access. Forms: accese, access(e, accyse, acsesse, akcesse.

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Video shows what accedence means. The act of acceding. accedence pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition by Wiktionary dictionary. accedence ...

Scrabble value of A1C3C3E1D2E1N1C3E1

The value of this 9-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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