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A complete dictionary of the English language, both with regard to sound and meaning : one main object of which is, to establish a plain and permanent standard of pronunciation : to which is prefixed a prosodial grammar

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LIBRARYTHEOFTHE UNIVERSITYCALIFORNIAOFLOSANGELESGIFT OFWilliam MatthewsCOMPLETEADICTIONARYOF THEENGLISH LANGUAGE,to SOUND andBoth with MEANING:regardaOne main of which is, to eftablifh andObject plain permanentof PRONUNCIATION.STANDARDTO WHICH IS PREFIXEDA PROSODIAL GRAMMAR.THOMAS A.M.SHERIDAN,ByMINUS 9VNT FERENDI HANCCJUI ARTEM UT TENUEM ACQtJO JEJUNAMNISI ORATORI FUTUROAVILLANTURJ QUJE FUNDAMENTA F1DELITER JE-StJPERSTRUXERIS, CORRlTT.T.ERIT, qXJICQUID NECESSARIA PUERJs, JU-DULCIS SECRETORUMUNDA SENIBUS, ETCOMES; VELQU^E O'MNESOLA,PLUSrUDIORUM HABET OSTEGENERE, OPERIS, QJJAM NTATlONJs.Qi'INCT. L.I.C. 4.THE FOURTH EDITION,andE.EVISED, CORRECTED, ENLARGED.IN TWO VOLUMES,VOL. II.LONDON:PRINTED FOR CHARLES DILLY ;5. LAW AND SON; W. RICHARDSON; SCATCHERDJ. ',AND T. N.* LONGMAN.AnnexStackA COMPLETEAR Yv.3-DICTIONOF THEENGLISH LANGUAGE,with toBoth SOUND and MEANING.regardint. for. for ad. for ad-verb forftands ; ; ; interjection ;conj. conjunttiona adjectiveforfor for for ; /I; ; preterite fubjlantwe/r/. participle /r. prepo/ition />rf/
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