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Google previewRegister (1876)

An emeute is a far gen- teeler word than a riot. A farmer prides himself upon being an agriculturist." 26. Make a list of the Anglo-Saxon words, and of those of French origin in the preceding quotation. 27. Make a list of the symbolic and the ...

Google previewTurkey, Greece and Malta (1837)

by Adolphus Slade (sir.)

A female emeute is a puzzler, for one does not know what course to take to disperse it, (unless it be with fire-engines,) and therefore the bread riots in Constantinople are frequently successful. After that, plague came on us breathing hot and ...

Google previewDictionary of Phrase and Fable (1880)

Giving the Derivation, Source Or Origin of Common Phrases, Allusions and Words that Have a Tale to Tell by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer

Emeute (French). A seditious rising or small riot.

Google previewThe Dictionary of Every-Day Difficulties in Reading, Writing, and Speaking the English Language; Or Hard Words Made Easy, Etc (1862)

by Edward SHELTON (Miscellaneous Writer.)

Emeute, ay-muht (French, emeute, from Latin, e, out of ; motus, '' A. seditious commotion; a riot on a limited scale; a mob. Emication, emik-ayshun (Latin, e, out ...

Google previewA Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms (101-)

by Samuel Fallows

KEY: Insurrection SYN: Rebellion, riot, rising, anarchy, tumult, mutiny, sedition, emeute, pronouncement, revolt. ANT : Law, peace, order, obedience, government, submission, subjection, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Etymology (1865)

by Hensleigh Wedgwood

recel, bruit, gaite, emeute. To the same root belong Lat. rabies, It. rabbia, rage, madness; Gael. rabhd, idle talk, coarse tiresome language ; Fr. rabacher, to keep repeating in a tiresome way. See Revel, Riot, Ribald, Rove. To Ravel.

Google previewEtymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of Difficult Words (1882)

by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer

break, -brake, an emeute, eruption. (0. E. fit brtcc.) Ouf -building, an outhouse . (Old English fit byldung.) Out'-burst, an explosion, a breaking out. (0. E. Ct berst.) Out'-cast, a vagabond, an outlaw. (Old Eng. fit ceasttr.) Ouf -come, the effect, ...

Google previewA complete dictionary of synonyms and antonyms or synonyms and words of opposite meaning

by S. Fallows

Rotation, periodicity, return, change, alteration, revulsion, revolt, reconstitution, emeute. ANT. Fixity, permanence. stability, conservation, allegiance, stabilitation, perpetuation, suppression. Revolve. SYN. Contemplate, turn, consider, weigh.l ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Romance Languages

by F. Diez

Emeute _ melde. Elnoi _ твороге. Emousser _ mozzo. Вырваны- _ pnoeiare. Empan -- зрима. Emperor emparer _ parere. Вправе:- 0. Sp. Pg. to injure, with dat. or acc.; for empedeeer from impedire, or, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Modern English Usage (2010)

The Classic First Edition by H. W. Fowler, David Crystal

ry EMEUTE inverted commas below are taken, & which recognizes as the criterion not any pedantic canon, but the usage of most writers) would be a sensible & democratic concession to uniformity. embed : * e. is now the more common form ...

Google previewWalker's Rhyming Dictionary of the English Language (1983)

by John Walker, Lawrence H. Dawson, Michael B. Freeman

'Emeute: toot: put. XV. Due: queue: ewe: Hugh; Ayscough: ieu: adieu: emu: view: new: Clarenceux. U D. Prets. and past parts. of verbs in -il: feud: lewd: nude .

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Scrabble value of E1M3E1U1T1E1

The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.


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