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by The Educational Company of Ireland
together with eipic [2 epic eipidéìm [2 epidemic eipidéimeach adj epidemic eipidéimeolaí m4 epidemiologist eire m4 load, encumberance, ...
by Vijaya Kumar
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An English Dictionary (1717)
Explaining the Difficult Terms ... by Elisha Coles
Encumberance, f. an hindrance. Encomiad, g. a Praifer of fertues, Encomiaitick, belonging to Encomium.-ion, g. a ß>eech in the Prat je or Commendation of any. Encontreweil, o. prevent. Encrées, o. increafe. Encrochmenr, a yrejfing too far ...
Being a Concise But Complete Alphabetical Presentation of the Present Common and Statute Law, Civil and Criminal of the Commonwealth Based on the Monumental Works of Dr. B. Minor, Etc.; with Forms by Samuel Need Hurst
Encumberance — See Chattel Mortgage ; Conditional Sale, or Reservation Title or Lien; Deed of Trust; Judgment Lien ; Liens of Mechanics and Others; Mortgage ; Vendor's Lien. Endorsement — See Negotiable Instruments ; Promissory and ...
by U.C. Mandal
Encumberance An expense "earmarked" to be incurred in a particular time period . Allows for the accounting of funds to be spent in the future while keeping track of funds truly available on a project. Encumbrance Anything that affects or ...
by James Leslie (of Edinburgh.)
cum- brance, degravation, encumberance ; burden of a song ...
Walkerʼs Pronouncing Dictionary in which the Accentuation, Orthography, and Pronunciation of the English Language is Distinctly Shown According to the Present Practice of the Most Eminent Lexicographers by William Enfield (1850)
by John Walker
ENG ENS Encumberance, en-klin'-brléns, a. a clog, an impediment Encyclopa- dia, en-si-klb~pé'~dyil, s. a complete circle of sciences End, End', 3. extremity, conclusion, design, death [to prejudice Endamagc, en-diim'dithh, v. a. to hurt, ...
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] (1799)
by Samuel Johnson
Weight ; pressure; encumberance, Pope. J. Weight, or violence of blows. Dryden. 4. Anything that depresses. Ray. j. A* much drink aj one can bear. L'Eftr. 7i LOAD. v. a. [hlaban, Saxon.] 1. To burden; to freight. Shakspeare. a. To encumber ; to ...
by Charles Richardson
To remove, to free from — burthen, hinderance, obstruction, impediment, encumberance.
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The value of this 12-letter word is 20 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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