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Definition of the adjective agone
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adjective - degrees: -
- gone by; or in the past
Agone is an epic fantasy roleplaying game based on novels by award-winning fantasy writer Mathieu Gaborit. Agone is set in the land of Harmundia – also known as the Twilight Realms. The game was published in French starting in 1999 by the now-defunct company Multisim, which also translated five books into English starting in 2001. There are over 30 books and supplements for the game published in French.
- genre: Role-playing game
AGONE is an Aviation waypoint.
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A - D by Hensleigh Wedgwood
Agone. Here the initial a stands for the OE. y, G. ge, the augment of the past participle ; ago, agone, for ygo, ygone, gone away, passed by ; long ago, long gone by. For in swiche cas wimmeu Lave swiche sorrwe Whan that AGHAST. AGONE. 31.
by James Orr
71b cf Hattil 1343b Agone 71b Agony 71b (Pratt) ...
by Jessica Kuper
agone«. when it has disappeared. Appreciation of object permanence, an obvious prerequisite for attachment by infants to those who nurture them, requires the ability to perceive multiple continuous events, retain memory of the succession of ...
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As you speak him long agone * :- - - - - - - - .*.*. . . Ben Jonson's Fairy Prince. ." Agono'. See Hen BANF. . . . . :...
A New Universal English Dictionary: or, a Compleat treasure of the English language, etc. [With plates.] (1759)
by William RIDER (A.B., of Jesus College, Oxford.)
past ; whence fome counties ftill pronounce it agone) past. “ Sometime ago.” AD bi s. *.* When we reckon past time, to tvara's, or ending with the present, we ufe since; as, “ It is a year fince it hap“ pened.” But when when we ...
by Samuel Ball Platner
Agnese in Agone or de Cryptis Agonis (Arm. 383-384; HCh 68), the word agon being used both for a gymnastic contest and for the place of its celebration (Lydus, de mens. iv.
AG'ONY (Agone, F. Agonia, L. of Afavia. Gr.] Extremity of Anguish, the Pains of Death, an Horror or trembling Pasfion. AGONYCLITES, Hereticks in the seventh Century, who condemned kneeling at Prayers Gr. AGOUTY, a little American Beast ...
by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson
See Agone. AGOG, (a-gog" ) ad. In a state of desire ; in a state of warm imagination ; heated with the notion of some enjoyment. AGOING, (a-go'-ing) part. a. In action ; into action.
Including ... I. An Explanation of Difficult Words and Technical Terms ... II. A Pronouncing Dictionary ... : to the Whole is Added a Chronological Series of Remarkable Events ... by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.)
sm: counties hil pronounce it agone] past. shtromblin: or allusion of one word to anoflowhin sound and sense. 'AGNES DEl, s (Lat. the Lamb of God] in the Roman church, a flat piece of white wit of in wilform, flampt with the figure of tithm, and ...
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Scrabble value of A1G2O1N1E1
The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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