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Junior Vocabulary Exercises (1999)
by C. C. Crew
A sharp, sudden pull is a jLDD. EXERCISE 4(b) Find the word (roost, thrive, empty, ...
Dictionary of Homonyms (2007)
by David Rothwell
jay see J jean see gene jerk A sharp sudden pull is a jerk, though the word can also be applied to involuntary movements of the face or limbs. It is also a slang word for a useless and unproductive man ...
The New Modern Webster Dictionary of the English Language for Grammar and High Schools and General Use ... (1903)
by E. T. Roe
a sudden pull or jerk; a twinge. Twitter (twit'tër), n. a tremulous broken sound; v. to make a succession of small tremulous noises. Tympam (tim' pan), m. a frame covered with linen or parchment, on which sheets are laid for ...
Literary, Scientific, Encyclopedic, Pronouncing and Defining by C. M. Stevans
— u, A sudden pull with a Jerk: a short, quick pull; a slitirt spasmodic contraction of a muscle. TWITTEH twitter, twll'ier, v.l. To utter small, ...
The Favorite Pictorial Dictionary Defining and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1882)
Based Upon the Labors and Principles of Webster, and Other Authorities : Containing More Than 30,000 Words by Thomas D. Hurst
a sudden pull orjerk; a twinge. Twitter (twitter), n. a tremulous broken sound:-v. to make a succession of small tremulous noises, Two-edged ( too'ejd), a.having two edges. Twofold (too'föld), g. two of the onpanum &tim'pan- um) ...
Based on the Labors and Principles of Webster and Other Authorities ... by Noah Webster
a sudden pull or jerk ; a twinge. Twitter (twit'ter), ». a tremulous broken sound:—», to make a succession of small tremulous noises. Two-edged ( too'ejd), a. having two edges. Twofold (too'fold). a. -.woof the same kind ; double.
by Thomas D. Hurst
a sudden pull orjerk; a twinge. Twitter (twit.'ter), n. a tremulous broken sound:—w. to make a succession of smail tremulous moises. Two-edged (too'ejd), a. having two edges. Twofold (too'föld), a. two of the same kind; double.
Abridged from the American Dictionary of Noah Webster by Noah Webster
a sudden pull ; al Tyre ; being of a purple ...
by Andrew Lee Dyke
To start engine it is sufficient to give a sudden pull to the starting handle at the moment a spark is to take place in one of the ...
Twentieth Century Dictionary (1914)
Containing Every Useful Word in the English Language, with Its Correct Spelling, Accurate Pronunciation and Exact Meaning According to Webster and Worcester. To which is Added An Encyclopaedia of Valuable Information, Also a Complete Supplement of New Words by Charles C. Parker
a sudden pull or jerk; a twinge. Twitter (twit'ter), n. a tremulous broken sound ; — v. to make a succession of small tremulous noises. Twofold (too'fold), a .
The royal standard English dictionary ... To which is prefixed, a comprehensive grammar ... The fifth edition. In which is now added the Scripture proper names, etc (1795)
by William PERRY (of Edinburgh.)
a sudden pull or contraction Twitch'ing, 1. a painful contraction, a pull Twit'ter,vrz. to make a noZ-sc as Twallows Twit'ter, 5. a motion of' passion, a fit ...
A sudden pull; short spasmodic cob traction of a muscle. Twitter, twit'er, vi. To utter small, tremulous notes, as birds ; to chirp.— a. A chirp or continued chirping. T wlxt, twikst, a contraction of betwixt. Two, to, a. and n. One and one together.
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