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A dictionary of the English language. Abstracted from the folio ed., by the author. To which is prefixed, an English grammar. To this ed. are added, a history of the English language [&c.]. (1768)
by Samuel Johnson
To Deal by. To treat well or ill. Locke. 6 To Dial in. To hive to do with ; to be engaged in ; to practise. Alterbury. j. To Dt\l,with. To treat in any manner ; to u'e well or ill. South, Tillolsen. 8. To Deal with. To contend with. Sidney, DryJen.
Encyclopaedia Londinensis (1810)
by John Wilkes
—It is generally better to deal by speech than by letter; and by a man himself, than by ...
A dictionary of the English language. Abstracted from the folio ed., by the author. To which is prefixed, A grammar of the English language. [Another] (1822)
by Samuel Johnson
To Deal by. To treat well or ill. Locke. 6. To Deal in. To Lave to do with ; to be engaged in ; to practise. Atterbury. 7- To Deai with. To treat in any manner; to nse well or ill. South. Tillotton. ft. To Deal u-ifA. To contend with. Sidney.
by John Walker
manner ; To deal by , to treat well or ill ; To deal in . DAY , da , s . 920 . The time between the rising ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations by Examples from the Best Writers. To which are Prefixed, a History of the Language, and an English Grammar by Samuel Johnson
It is generally better to deal by speech than by letter; and by the mediation of a third, than by a man himself. Bacon. This is to drive a wholesale trade, when all other petty merchants deal but for parcels.
Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language, the pronunciation revised by P.H. Phelp (1874)
by James Stormonth
one who : to deal in, to trade in ; to practise : to deal with, to trade with ; to be a customer to: to deal by, to treat well or Ш. deal, n, del (Sw. tau, pine-tree: Icel.
Including Exhaustive Practical Treatises Especially Adapted for Self-instruction in English Grammar, Rhetoric and Literature, Modern Languages, the Plastic and Decorative Arts, Music ... the Theoretical and Practical Sciences ... the Principles of Law, Business Etiquette ... Together with a Multitude of Interesting Facts and Useful Recipes ... by James Edward Homans
Deciding the deal by each player taking up not fewer than three cards, and the two highest and two lowest become partners. In case of ties, the cards must be cut again. CUTTING-OUT.—In case of other person or persons wishing to play, the ...
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