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Google previewA Compleat English Dictionary Oder Vollständig Englisch-Deutsches Wörterbuch, Anfänglich Von --- Hrsg. U. Verb. Von Anton Ernst Klausing. Etc. 4. Aufl (1771)

To Pálliate, pallier, plätrer, colorer, colorem inducere, bemänteln, beschönen; verkleistern. Pálliated, pallié, bemäntelt. Pálliating, Pacion de pallier, die Bemäntelung, das Bemänteln. Palliation, deguisement, die Bemäntelung Mc. + Pälliative, ...

Google previewA Compleat English Dictionary (1788)

Oder Vollständiges Englisch-deutsches Wörterbuch, Anfänglich Von Nathan Bailey Herausgegeben; Jetzt Aber Fast Ganz Umgearbeitet, Vermehret und Verbessert Von Anton Ernst Klausing, ... by Nathan Bailey

To Pálliate, pallier, plätrer, colorer, colorem inducere, bemänteln, beschönen; verkleistern, Pälliated, pallié, bemäntelt. Pälliating, Paotion de pallier, die Bemäntelung, das Bemänteln, Palliation, ...

Google previewAn Universal Etymological English Dictionary (1783)

... A New Edition, Being the Twenty-fifth. ... By N. Bailey, ... by Nathan Bailey

P A L To PAL'LIATE [pallier, F. of palliatum, L.] to disguise, to colour, or cloak, to extenuate. - To PALLIATE [among Physician: ) to patch up a distemper, to cure it but imperfe&tly. - PALLIATION, a cloaking, covering, daubing over a matter.

Google previewCyclopaedia, Or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences... by Ephraïm Chambers (1743)

PALLIER, or PArLLmR, in building, a landing-place in a stair case; or a step, which, being broader than the rest, serves to rest upon. See STAlR-CASE. The term is pure French, and not much used in English. In perrons, or large stair- cases, ...

Google previewA General Dictionary (1739)

Historical and Critical: in which a New and Accurate Translation of that of the Celebrated Mr. Bayle, with the Corrections and Observations Printed in the Late Edition at Paris, is Included; and Interspersed with Several Thousand Lives Never Before Published. The Whole Containing the History of the Most Illustrious Persons of All Ages and Nations Particularly Those of Great Britain and Ireland, Distinguished by Their Rank, Actions, Learning and Other Accomplishments. With Reflections on Such Passages of Bayle, as Seem to Favor Scepticism and the Manichee System by Pierre Bayle

Pallier, have lately very humbly befought and intreated us to ...

Google previewМорской техническій словарь ... Polyglot Naval Technical Dictionary ... Dictionnaire Technique Polyglotte des termes de la Marine, etc. Pt. 1., livr. 1-5. Eng., Fr. and Russ (1863)

by Andrei Mikhailovich ENGEL

masquer, cacher, déguiser, dissi~ muler, pallier. masqué, caché. masse; gros, amas, monceau. javeau. faux-cul, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Artists who Have Exhibited Works in the Principal London Exhibitions of Oil Paintings from 1760 to 1880 (1884)

Pallier, L Palmer, Miss Charity . Palmer, Miss Charlotte E. Palmer, Miss E Palmer, G. H Palmer, G. H Palmer, H Palmer, Miss H. . » . Palmer, H. S. Palmer, John Palmer, Miss M Palmer, N Palmer, Samuel .... Palmer, Mrs. S Palmer, T Palmer, ...

Google previewA Pocket Medical Dictionary (1911)

Giving the Pronunciation and Definition of the Principal Words Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences ... by George Milbry Gould

For tests see Capranica, Cunisset, Dragendorff, Dumoni- pallier, Fleischl, Gluzinske, Gmelin, Huppert, Jolles, MarS- chal, Le Nobel, Rosenbach, Smith, Stokvis, Trousseau, Ultz- matm, Vitalli. lharzia ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Niger (2012)

by Abdourahmane Idrissa, Samuel Decalo

July: Lieutenant Pallier, who took over the Voulet and Chanoine ...

Google previewPocket Oxford English Dictionary, Lapis Lazuli, 2002 (2002)

Oxford Dictionary by Oxford University Press

New Search pally adjective (pallier, palliest) informal Back Back having a close, friendly relationship. Back New Search palm [1] noun 1. (also palm tree) an evergreen tree with a crown of very long feathered or fan-shaped leaves, growing in ...

Google previewMilitary Dictionary. Eng.-Germ. and Germ.-Eng (1837)

by Friedrich Wilhelm STREIT (Major.)

Ruheplatz, der Treppe; Pallier, Paillier. Ruhe fetzen, den Hahn in; to uncocq.

Google previewLexicon Technicum ... Second edition (1723)

by John Harris

Pallier. Pallification. Paradigrammatice. Parasta. | Pargetting. Pedestal. Peers. Periptere. Peristyle. Persick Order. Perspe&tive. - Lineal. Areal. Pračtical. Speculative. Piazza's. Piazza's. Piedouche. Pied-droit. Pilae.

Google previewA synopsis of the origin and progress of architecture: to which is added, A dictionary of general terms (1831)

by William J. Smith

Pallier. — The landing-place on a staircase. Parapet. — A wall breast-high raised on the sides of bridges, or on the tops of houses, as a defence. Parastatae. — Insulated pilasters. Parquetry. — See Marquetting.

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Scrabble value of P3A1L1L1I1E1R1

The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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