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Definition of the noun Accedence
What does Accedence mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: accedences
- The act of acceding
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by Paul Zollo
accedence antecedence credence impedance supersedence Long ED-ENT antecedent credent needn't precedent ED-EST deadest reddest Long ED-FUL heedful needful unheedful unneedful ED-HED deadhead redhead ED-HEET dead ...
Body Parts, Sicknesses, Instruments, and Medicinal Preparations by Juhani Norri
accedence, accedens, accedente. İ. accident. access. Forms: accese, access(e, accyse, acsesse, akcesse. [OF/AN acces (FEW 24, 73a, AND s.v. accés) and L accessus (OLD s.v.). Cf. axes, accessum.] A. Simple term. 1. Attack of ...
by Bertil Sundby, Anne Kari Bjørge, Kari E. Haugland
A plain and complete grammar of the English language; to which is prefixed the English accedence: with remarks and observations on a short introduction to English grammar.
by Eugene Ehrlich
Related words: accedence and acceder bothnouns. accouter (eKOOter) verb attire, equip, outfit; generally seenas accoutered, its past participle. Related word: accouterment (eKOOterment) noun. accumbent (eKUMbent) adjective reclining, ...
by Stanley Newman, Daniel Stark
reachable, receptive, unblocked, unguarded 10 attainable, convenient, employable, hospitable, obtainable, up for grabs accession: 6 assent 7 arrival, receipt 8 addition, kingship 9 accedence, accretion, admission, agreement, enrolment, ...
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 (') ...
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 ...
Mil - Nav
Accedence Commenc't Grammar) a short skeleton of Latin grammar, possibly prepared many years before, though not published till 16G1. 2. The History of Britain, that part especially now called England, from the first Traditional Beginning, ...
The 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 ...
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, ...
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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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