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Johnson's English Dictionary. To which is annexed the pronunciation according to present practice ... With an appendix containing several thousand words omitted by Dr. Johnson, etc. By W. Maver (1809)
by Samuel Johnson
Fortuneless. a. fortune less" (fortune and less J Unlucky. So F. Q. B. IV. C. VIII. st 27. T, Fortunize. v. a. fortun-ize To regulate the fortune of S. F. Q. B. vi. C. IX. st. 30 . Forwe'aried. Aart. a. sorowea-rieds. Much wearied. St. F Q B. J. C. IX. st. 13.
111.716 definitions & 1.55 mill cross-references by Noah Webster
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With an Appendix Embracing a Dictionary of Briticisms, Americanisms, Colloquial Phrases, Etc. ... by Bp. Samuel Fallows
Seedy; hard-up; dowerlees; fortuneless; bereft; bereaved. phr. Unable to make both ends meet; out at elbows; under hatches; not having a stiver, or a doit; dead broke; without a uickle; not a copper; not a red; not having a shot in oue's locker; ...
by Anton Larsen
Uformuende a fortuneless , portionless , poor . ufortrøden a unwearied , indefatigable ...
Finnish-English dictionary (1916)
by Karl Vilhelm Arminen, Eetu Aaltio
less ; weakly ; fortuneless . retailment ; retailing . väijymys s . ambush . vähyys S . littleness , small väijyn tr . lie in wait for , ness , minuteness ; ( ni uk lurk for ; seek . kuus ) scantiness , scarcity . | väijys : olen väijy ksisvähä a . little ...
by Andrew Jackson Graham
Fortuneless [add]; r.«, EP-Rct-Lays. Fortune-teller [add] ; r,*,Efl-Eet-Tee- Lay-Ar, or Fret1 -Tier. Foul-spoken [add] ; r-, Ef-El-Spen. Fbencuman-men [add]; r*, Fren- Chay- Men, or Fren-Cben (In analogy with the contraction for Countrymen).
by P Austin Nuttall
Fortuneless. Fortune - bunting, 9. The seeking of a fortune by marriage. Port'iine-tefl, v.n. To tell fortunes;— x. Fortune-teller, Fortune-telling. Fort' un-Ize, v.a. To regulate the fortune of. Forty, a. & n. Four times ten. Fd'rum, j.
by William Chambers
Fortuneless, sortún-les, adj. without a fortune: luckless. Fortune-teller, for'tún-tel' èr, z. one who pretends to foretell one's fortune.—ze. Fortune-tell'ing. Forty, for'ti, adj. and n. four times ten. [A.S. Jeowertigo—feower, four, tig, ten.] Forum, forum, n ...
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