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Google previewAn Accurate New Spelling Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language (1777)

Containing a Much Larger Collection of Modern Words Than Any Book of the Kind and Price Extant: ... By A. Fisher, ...

sickishness, nauseousness Mawks, n, a boyish romping girl Mâw-worm, n. gut-worm in the flomach Maxillary, q. belonging to the jaw-bone Max'im, n. a general principle, an axiom May ...

Google previewThe New Illustrated National Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Etc (1868)

by NEW ILLUSTRATED NATIONAL PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY.

Sickishness, (sik'ish-nes) n. the quality of exciting nausea. Sickle, (sik'l) m. a reaping-hook. Sickliness, (sik'le-nes) n.state of being sickly; unhealthiness. Sickly , (sik'le) a. unhealthy; faint. the body; disease. Side, (sid) n. the broad part of a thing; ...

Google previewFuldstaendigt Dansk og Engelsk haand-lexicon (1824)

udarbeidet efter de bedste og nyeste ordbøger by Christian Friderich Bay

Upasselighed, Indisposition, Illness,"Sickishness, a Fit or Spice of a Disease.

Google previewEvery Reporter's Own Shorthand Dictionary (1882)

by Elias Longley

Sick-er Sickest Sicken 1 Sickish J Sickishness Sickless Sickly j Sicklei Side-ed Siding Sideboard Sideling ( Sidelong) Sideral Sideration) Sidereal ) _ Siderography ...

Google previewThe Standard-phonographic Dictionary (1890)

by Andrew Jackson Graham

SICKISHNESS , sik ishnes , Skay - Ish - Ens . Ged - Steeshon . See Constitution .

Google previewFuldstændigt engelsk og dansk samt dansk og engelsk Haand-Lexicon. 2., forbedret Udg (1807)

by Christian Friderich Bay

alielighed , Indisposition , Uregelmæssig , irregular , anoIllness , Sickishness , a Fic malous . or ...

Google previewThe American Phonographic Dictionary: Exhibiting the Correct and Actual Shorthand Forms for All the Useful Words of the English Language (1882)

by Elias Longley

Silkiness Sickishness Signaling silk - mercer 6 Sickless Signalize Silk - worm Sickly oirei Signalized Sill - abub Sickle Side - ed vp up Signalizing SiLlier } Siding Signally Silliest Sideboard Sillily Signature ani Silliness ) Sideling Signet Silt ...

Google previewThe New Universal Etymological English Dictionary (1775)

Containing and Additional Collection of Words, with Their Explications and Etymologies ... Also an Explication of Hard and Technical Words, of Terms, in All Arts and Sciences ... To which is Added a Dictionary of Cant Words by Nathan Bailey

sickishness at the flomach, propenieness to vomit. QUEERNESS, oddness, fantasticalness, C. QUEINT 7 (incert. Etymologia) odd, unQUAINT S common, humorous, as a queint Expression. QUEINTNESS 2 uncommonness, huQUAINTNESS S ...

Google previewThe New Excelsior Dictionary (1887)

á Sickishness , ( sik ' ish - nes ) m . take on the shoulder ; to range of ropes in a ship ; the quality of ...

Google previewFavorite Illustrated Dictionary (1887)

Containing Over 32,000 Words and Phrases

a Sickishness , ( sik ' ish - nes ) n . take on the shoulder ; to rango of ropes in a ship ; the quality of ...

Google previewCraig's Dictionary (1882)

A Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language. Based Upon the Works of Webster, Worcester, Walker, Johnson, Latham, Smart, Etc., Etc by Charles H. Craig

a Sickishness , ( sik ' ish - nes ) n . take on the shoulder ; to range of ropes in a ship : the quality of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1862)

by Robert Sullivan

Sickishness , 8 . a tendency to sickness .

Google previewThe Winston Simplified Dictionary (1922)

sickishness , the finer from the coarser parts of a substance . ( sik ' l ) n . a reaping instrument ( sift ) , 1 . t . to separate the fine parts of e consisting of a curved steel blade from the coarse with ...

Google previewChambers's English Dictionary, Pronouncing, Explanatory, and Etymological, with Vocabularies of Scottish Words and Phrases, Americanisms, &c (1893)

by William Chambers

SICKISHNESS, sikish-nes ...

Google previewRoutledge's pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1867)

by P Austin Nuttall

Sickishness . side ; to move to one side . Sickle , ( sik kl ) s . A hook for reaping grain ; a Si ' dling , ad . In a side or sloping way . reaping - hook , Siēģe , ( sej ) s . ( Fr . ) Act of besetting a fortified Sio ' kle - man , + Sicʻkler , s . A reaper . place ...

Google previewWalker remodelled, a new critical pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1836)

by Benjamin Humphrey Smart

Rather sick : hence , Sickishness . SIGHT , site , 115 , 162 : s .

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