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Google previewThe New and Complete Dictionary of the English Language ... (1775)

To which is Prefixed, a Comprehensive Grammar by John Ash

REDENT (s. in fortification) A kind of indented work with salient and re-entering angles. - Redevable (adj. an old word) Indebted, obliged. . . Sc. Red' gum (s. from red, and gum) A disease incident to infants. REDHIBITION (s. a law ...

Google previewSells' Dictionary of the World's Press (1886)

FARMER AND ROGERS IMPORTERS 117 AND TO REDENT STREET A SRARN 10 EXISTENCE SCOTT ADIE . CHERRY to attentionem . BLOSSOM , SELL Correio DICTIONARY : WORLD ' S PRESS .

Google previewTHE POLITICAL TEXT-BOOK OF ENCYCLOPEDIA (1860)

by M.W. CLUSKEY

names , vouchers , and answers to the presiThese particulars shall be redent , who shall cause them to be read aloud , corded by the secretary in a book ...

Google previewA new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1859)

by John Craig (F.G.S.)

( sometimes written redent , and the Red Summer - bird , Tanagra æstiva ; the Red redens , from recendens , lying at a distance , Lat . ) tanager , Tanagra rubra , the Baltimore oriole , or In Fortification , a kind of rampart placed in adHang - nest .

Google previewChambers's etymological dictionary of the English language, ed. by J. Donald (1867)

by Chambers W. and R., ltd

redent . ) See Redented . Redbreast , Red - deer , Redden , & c . See under Red . Reddition , red - dish ' un , n . , a giving back or returning of anything ; surrender : a rendering of the sense ; explanation . ( L . redditio - re , back ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Twentieth Century Architecture (2004)

by Stephen Sennott

The redent blocks, taken from Hénard, represented the wall-less, “antistreet" idea . They were to allow for a maximum of open view, lighting, variation, and rhythm. This open-city idea would culminate in the Ville Radieuse (Radiant City), ...

Google previewChambers's Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1878)

by William Chambers

for old Fr , redent . ) head master of a public school ; the chief elective See Redented . officer of some universities , as in France and Redbreast , Rod - deer , Redden , & c . See under Red . Scotland : the head of a religious house . - ns .

Google previewTHE AMERICAN DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (1899)

by PROFESSOR DANIEL LYONS

redent . See [ Fr . re - doubler .

Google previewA Dictionary of the Derivations of the English Language (1872)

In which Each Word is Traced to Its Primary Root. Forming a Text Book of Etymology. With Definitions and the Pronunciation of Each Word

redent, a double notching, as in the teeth of a saw, from L. re, again, back, and dens, a tooth.] A fortification having two faces uniting so as to form a salient angle toward the enemv. Reddition, (red-dish'un) n. [L. red- ditio, from reddere, ...

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