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Under the Patronage of the Government of Ceylon by Benjamin Clough
Inconsiderableness, s. too, escoese), ...
by Thomas Sheridan
Smallness, littleness, inconsiderableness, unimportance. PETTISH, pët-tish. a. Fretful, peevish. PETTISHNESS, pét'-tish-nis. s. Fretfulness, peevishness. PETTITOES, pèt'-ty-tóz. s. The feet of a sucking pig; feet in contempt. PETTO, pèt'- tó. s.
With 45 decorations, from the works of Shakespeare by John Sharpe
unworthy of notice Inconsiderableness, s.
In which the Words are Not Only Rationally Divided Into Syllables, Accurately Accented, and Their Part of Speech Properly Distinguished, But Likewise, by a Key to this Work ... : to which is Added the Scripture Proper Names ... by William Perry
smallness, inconsiderableness Pét'rīsh, a. fretful, peevish, iii-natured Pot'ish-nēs, s: peevoshness, fretfulness Pet' --Geo, ...
The New Spelling Dictionary (1780)
by John Entick
trifling Inconsiderableness, s. a trifling value Inconfiderate, a. in attentive, careless Inconfiderately, ad, thoughtlessly, carelessly Inconfiderateness, Inconfiderátion, J. a want of thought, rashness - Inconfistency, s. a disagreement, absurdity 3 ...
by John Oswald
inconsiderableness, m. prepossess'ing, a. besieger, n. inconsidera'tion, n. prepossessi'on, n. besieging, n. & a. inconsiderate, a. preside', v. consessi'on, n. inconsiderately, ad.
Compiled for the Use of Common Schools in the United States by Noah Webster
of no moment Inconsequent, a not following Inconsiderable, a unworthy of notice Inconsiderableness, n. a trifling state "Inconsiderate, a.inattentive, foolish ...
by James Nye
NKNNKL–uncanonical NKNSDRBL–inconsiderable NKNSDRBLNS- inconsiderableness NKNSDRT-inconsiderate NKNSDRTLY—inconsiderately NKNSDRTN—inconsideration NKNSD RTNS-inconsiderateness NKNSLBL– inconcealable, ...
And Expositor of the English Language... by John Walker
smallness, littleness, inconsiderableness, unimportance. PETTish, pétitish, a. Fretful, peevish. Pettish Ness, pétotish-nés, s. Fretfulness, peevishness. o PFTTitoes, pétot&-tóze, s. The feet of a ...
Both with Regard to Sound and Meaning ... To which is Prefixed a Prosodial Grammar by Thomas Sheridan
Smallness, littleness, inconsiderableness, unimportance.
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Scrabble value of I1N1C3O1N1S1I1D2E1R1A1B3L1E1N1E1S1S1
The value of this 18-letter word is 23 points. Since it has more than 15 letters, it can be played on Super Scrabble board only.
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