A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations by Examples from the Best Writers. To which are Prefixed, a History of the Language and an English Grammar, Volum 2
T. Tegg, 1832
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Whatever renders the motion of the blood lanid, disposeth to an acid acrimony;
what accef. the motion of the blood, disposeth to an alkaline acrimony. Arbuthnot.
No space can be assigned so vast, but still a larger may be imagined; no motion
If leiger ambassadors or agents were sent to remain near the courts of princes, to
observe their motions, such were made ... Thus a kind imagination makes a bold
man have vigour and enterprize in his air and motion; it stamps value and ...
As it is in the motions of the body, so it is in the thoughts of our minds: where any
one is such, that we have power to take ... Libration is the balancing motion or
trepidation in the firmament, whereby the declination of the sun, and the latitude
They have no motion of life and fire in fancy and in words; and any thing that is
just in granimar and in measure, is as good oratory and poetry to them as the
best. elton. Not with half the fire and life, With which he kiss'd Amphytrion's wife.
Aptness to glide over any part, or to facilitate motion. Both the ingredients are of a
lubricating nature; the mucilage adds to the lubricity of the oil, and the oil
preserves the mucilage from inspissation. Ray on Creation. 3. Uncertainty;
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