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Google previewThe Rhymers' Lexicon (1905)

by Lorin Andrews Lathrop

restless digesting divesting questioned unquestioned infesting interesting investing nestling pestling wrestling jesting manifesting molesting nesting attestive congestive digestive festive infestive . restive suggestive tempestive mestling ...

Google previewThe Standard-phonographic Dictionary (1890)

by Andrew Jackson Graham

INFESTIVE , infestiv , En - Efs - Tef . IXFAMCSNESS , in famures , En - Ef Emg . INFESTIVITY , infestiviti ...

Google previewThe American Phonographic Dictionary (1891)

Exhibiting the Correct and Actual Shorthand Forms for All the Useful Words of the English Language, about Fifty Thousand in Number, And, in Addition, Many Foreign Terms by Elias Longley

Infesting Infestive j Infestivityj Infeudation Infibulation Infidel Infidelity Infilter j Infiltrate) Infiltrated Infiltrating Infiltration Infinite Infinitely Infiniteness Infinitesimal Infinitive Infinitude Infinity j Infirm! Infirmary Infirmity Infirmness Infixed Infixing Inflam ...

Google previewEvery Reporter's Own Shorthand Dictionary (1882)

by Elias Longley

Infested j Infesterj Infesting Infestive j Infestivityj Infeudation Infibulation Infidel Infidelity Infilter ) Infiltrate) Infiltrated Infiltrating Infiltration Infinite Infinitely Infiniteness Infinitesimal Infinitive Infinitude Infinity j Infirm ) Infirmary Infirmity Infirmness ...

Google previewThe American illustrated medical dictionary. 1916 |8th ed. 1916 printing (1915)

STOMATOCACE 930 STRABISMUS tended with slight fever , fetid breath , salivation , bite the infestive agent of poliomyelitis . Called and frequently prostration . vesicular s . , sto - also stable - fly and leg - sticker . matitis aphthosa . - stomy ( Gr ...

Google previewCritical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1861)

Incorporating the Labours of Sheridan & Walker ... Also a Key to the Pronunciation of Classical & Scripture Proper Names

INFESTIVE, tn-fésittv, a. Without mirth. INFESTIVITY,!n-fôs-riVlt-é, п. Want of cheerfulness. INFESTUOUS,ln-fesUu-As,a.Mischievous ; dangerous. INFEUDATION, In-fu-<UUsh4n, n. The act of putting one in possession of a fee or estate.

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1883)

A Complete Encyclopedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific, and Technological by John Ogilvie

Infestive ( in - festiv ) , a .

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1862)

by Robert Sullivan

Infestive , a . void of mirth or festivity . Influx ' ion , s . infusion ; intromission , Infestiv ' ity , 8 . want of festivity .

Google previewThe royal dictionary-cyclopædia, for universal reference, compiled under the direction of T. Wright (1862)

by Thomas Wright

Infestive, in-fes'-tiv, a. Having no mirth; not festive. Infestivity, in-fes-tiv' -e-te, s. Want of festivity ; mournfulness ; want of mirth or cheerfulness. Infestuous, in-fes'- tu-us, a. (Lat.) Mischievous. — Obsolete. Infeudation, in-fu-dd -shun, s. (A. N.) In ...

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Scrabble value of I1N1F4E1S1T1I1V4E1

The value of this 9-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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